It is obvious that tlio adoption of i fundamenta], moral and economicnl Principie as ihe basis of n man's politie?, will gradually mouldand color all bis politi-' cal ideas, excopt wherÃ© its influence may be counferacted by some power ful interest. The Democrat of Pennsylvania jV not a Freo Trader, simply because Pennsylvania is fully impressod with the beiÃ¨f that a Protective Tarifl'is essentiaf to her interest. The Democrat of South' Carolina upholds Slavery, the Democrat of Louisiann. 0te3 for a Tariff on sugar, botli grossly anti-Democratic, becnuse the indvience of their Principie iscounteracltd by dcep-rooted prejudice and apparcntly formidable pecunÃ¯ary interest.Slill, as a general rule, ono great Pin' ciple in politics, especial!}' if k hÃ¡vÃ© llic combÃned sancÃ¼bn ofpolitical econÃ³niy, morÃ¡is and religions, vvill dolennine llie whole of a man's polifical creed. l:s opperation will be gmdual ; producing under snine circunistanceF, and Ãn son)e individual.sits completo results,moro speedi." ly than in others. Some will bo clearsighted enougli to comprehend its general benringal the moment of its adoption, and enndid and sclf-dcnying cnough lo harmonizo all ihcir policy with tliis comprchension. Otliers, from want of a philosophicn! in'ellrct, will seo no applÃcation of tho Princ'ple bevond the par-'ticular question on which thcir attention is fust directed to it. Ãtbers, in vol ved in Ihe mists of old beliofs, will bc able to clear thcÃ¯r mental horizon, very slowly, catching at first mero glimpses of innumerable practical questionsto be solved and setiiod by itsauthority. Sometimos, a peculiar concurrencc of circtimstances may bring to light an applicaÃ¼on of the .Vinciplo, not foreseen by tho most prescient intellect. The Liberty party has laid down cor: ain great Principies ns tbo basis of its" nction, which are at once?, IÃ¯elfgiou?, floral, Pojiticul and EconÃ³mica? Periaps they may be thus summcd ;ip : - The Kqual Righis of all men to Frce fhoughi, Freo Speech, and Freo Action, - the Protection of these Rights, the solo object of all Human Luw, and lio Human a v binding which violatcsthem - lloncsv, the bist Policy - no compromiso witli V rong. These Principies Ãhriy have laid dowti1 s tho basis of their action agaiost Slavcy, which san attempt toannihilato all lose Riglits, - agaifist Sla very, all the iws in .support of wliich must bs invnliu, ecouse designcd to subvert ihosc rights, - against Slavcry, becdyse it is a lying ssumptioh that real prosperity can ba chieved by a perpetual vioÃatiori of Ãatual - nga'inst SÃaVÃ©ryj beeause tho ivoritc policy pÃ¼rslied by tlie Governientofthi. lli'public, rts Religious Beevolent and Liierary Institiition?, its' Ã©ctariair und Politica! Organizations, rom Uie forniation of tho Constitution to' this hour, bas been one of Compromiso' wilh Wrong. These piinciples, True, Sublirnft artd'