The Slave Torrence
- The Newburnopectator, chronicles, 'with ali the honors,1 tho return of the Wellington, Cnnt. lliggins, to that port, in ballast, bringmii back the slave Torrence. It states Capf. ÃiiL'giris had refused to take any compensaUpo for returnmgthe runaway, altlroÃºaÃÃ a large reward had been i.ffered, and hU ind.vidual loss, in returninir for thjs e?pc_ cial purposp, was considerable. The town commisdotiers had passet! and tronsmiÃ¼ed to Capt. Higginfcii vole of thanks. Liberator. Six uegcoes, advertised iÃ¼ the Ba!timore papers on Mominy qs ha ving BfK.-ap ed from iheir owner in that city on Satur(Ã y lar, wcve arrested on Suniiay evenii?, nenr the Bluck Horse Tavernjn iMarsalia rÃ¼slrict, Hartford couwtv, maiii;. their vi;h wny (fue speed and Ã± hih -Wee towarÃ¼s tho Pcnnslvania line. A 6". Standard. Professor li.il, one of t!lt; S:a:e GuolÃ³gists of New York, narrowty escaped a inching at Maysville, Konincky, a fev days BincÃ¨, in consequence of boin mistaken by the people for an abolitionist who did not uiiderstand for what purpese he was loi.ering about iho suburbe of ihe town. ÃrHon. Juhn Sergeant, of Penn., has been appomted iMinister to England, vice Mr. Stevenson, who wishes to be relieved.