'Die Ãirst nutnber of the Union Missionary Ã¯lerald has reauhed na, published at Hart ford. Cl, We have apprised our readers thut a new Mis.-ionary society hasreccnlly been fornied at Hartford, designed to cnncentrat'j the contnbutions of the coloreil Christians, and of thul larg.i and jrpcwmg class of meralicrs in the Evangelie-al ciiurehes, vvho cantiot conscientiously contribute to the funds ofnny society lliat solici.s conlributions from slavtilulders and (nrk-' thotn momboroof ito missionary boardd and ts coÃ¼itnittees, anJ tl.ereby proclaim. ihat holJing property in man is uut conlrary to tlmt Cbristianiiy wnich it propÃ¡gales. The object of the sopiÃ©tji ia dcclared by the constitulicn tobe 'to evangelizo (liosa portions of the globe whidi are most deslitute of the Gospel." Any tniÃ¯inber of au eva'ngolical churci3,not a slave lioldor, moy become a inember of ihe society, ly aigriiÃÃg the constiiutior), a; d paying .Ã¼jiiiinily nol lss ihan onf3 dulhr. The rirst proj-ctod Missionory station ie iVIendi. Cinqu'j and iiia compaÃ¶ions are anxious to return. to tiicir native country, and are desirous oÃ having a eralion established there.:Ji63ions nol cunnoctsu ivith slavery havo been established by the American Wesleyan Missionary Society, among tho fugitive slaves in Canada, by the FrcewÃ¼l Bapti3tsin Brilish India, and self-supportinganÃ¼-slavcry missions have been onginated and eustaincd in Canada, Jamaica, aud Oregon. The American Ikptitil A. S. Coovcntion liave also appointcd individuÃ¡is to receive the iiinds of tljose who cannot consistently transmit them throug!) the exisling chanDels.