Dear BkktÃiucn: - Volt are awarc that nt our Jale Anniversary, Iiold ni Marshall, prorfÃ³slÃidnÃ¡ werc ninde (o enErraft other principies than ihose of Anti-SInvcry upon the Liberty pnrly creed. This was rrgnnled Ijv tnyself nnd soine olhcrs ns nolliing' Ies3 flÃ'nfl fuivalont to n projiositioiÃ lo abandon theprÃ«sehi Li! erty paity, in(' to organi.e u riew party out of its ruins; cinbrncing, t is iruo, Anli-slavery tis ohc of its principies. - lint Ã©Ãse cotila it bc? Vou are tflsÃ¶ iware (lint the propricly ui' doing this was discussed somewlirU at lengih by all ho delogatfs presÃ©Tll w lio clio.e to particÃpate in tho diseussion, and t'hnl liv nn il most miarriifious volc, in n l'irll tfelÃ¨gaion, the? nroposilion was n iccln!.'Ã'ho Sociciy flien Ã³ppoi'utetTn cÃ³cnmÃ¯lco, of wliom I was one, fo sel Ibrth ils views as ilu-n expressed n'y Ãts io'f dli rliis subject. Om mucH esieeintd (Viejui, C. (I. Stewnrf, from mv Ã¼vrn nomÃnÃ¡tiÃ³h, was nppoinled cliainiian Ã³fÃhis Commillee by iftÃbrri iba adihoss was natural ly oxpecled lo he ivrittefi; Bixi as il uppenrs his views, ers t&pfesÃ¯sÃ«d nt tliai timo, hnve nee urfdÃ¨rgÃ³fitf sÃ³lÃ±esligh't modification, nÃ© mny be the case also wiili some oÃhers ot the commiite, Ã fcel mvself rio lon;cr Ãit Liberty to withhold tiy own views )n lilis most irtipoi'tant sulject, from our riends artd tho public. Ã decm them also ubstanlially the views as expressÃ©d b he State Society with tuuch uuanirnity.More especially do Ã regard this duty as imperativo upon me sincc learning mucÃi to tÃ±y surprise tliat our only organ ihe Signat of Liberty, has not copied inlo into ts columns any of the maÃly very ablo ru:d lucid nrgÃÃmeÃ±ts frorri most of the Liberty presses ngainst this new "dollar and cent" scheme to abolish one of the most gigÃintic moral evils in tho world, corrupting as it doc3 to ihs very coro, boih church and the state.' And more especialÃ¯y do I feel col led upon to speak out on this subject without further delay as one of tho com.niÃteÃ©; siricÃ¨ learning that such is the impalience of some of our good brethren, that they are now nddressing circular letters to friends fuvoring their own views to get petitions up to the State Contra! Committee Ão cali a State Convention to be held at Ann Arbor on the 8th of July, for tho purpose of inducing our friends, if possible, who might be present to adopt this new plan and by thiÃ¡ means cÃ³mmit the whole Liberty party in tliis Sfato Ão this policy. I trust, however, that our State Conimiltee will not be in too nuich baste, and that they will cali no' such convcntion, unlil our friends Ãn tho State shall first have the benefit of all the light in the columns of the Signal, which has emanalcd from somb of the most ablo and comprehensiva minds enlistcd in our cause. This light can easily bo nfforded by our organ by jtist copying those very able produclions from iis cxchaiVgc Liberiy papers. I have also another reason lor exprcssing m'y views at the presen? lime: ShotÃld such a meeting be called, for such an object (which t do sincÃ©rily liope and trust will not be the case till all our Liberty friends have had ampie time and mcans for lookfng at a!l sides ofthis vila] (iicstion) my appointm'ents as the travelling State Agent would probablydcprive me of the privilege of altending it. s painful ds fi Ã©vÃ©r1 is lo me lo bc compelled' t'o difler from brethreri hÃ¶' have long been endcared to me as fellow Iaborers and fellow sufferÃ©rs while passing through the fiery ordeal together, yct the stern mandato of dÃ¼ty - even at the loss of valued friends- propÃ«rty - nny, life ilseif, C need be, must bo obeyed.' The tendency with all men engnged in any cause, howevÃ¨r high and sacred, is to "go down lo Egvpt" or lo descend on to' the plaius of Orio for help.. Why should vo theiefore suppose ihat mcmbei's of the Liberty party should be entirely above those evident tendenoes of our Irail human nature? Those who have read the Signai hav'e seen my views brieflv out decidedly oxpressed at the l'ate mening cl our1 State Society outirely ogainst this proposed new plan, as suicida! to our enteijirise. Sincc that time, m Hir from sfieing n. , ren'son whatyeÃ fnj t'hcir sTigblesf iriodification, I have socn almndruit cauc, as I lliiiik for 1 heir doublÃ© con fi r mat iir;: Nay, more: such is rtty setllÃ¨d opiniÃ³n on the subject that in any eVenf sliouKl eon a large majority ofoia' brethren (of whicii 1 have no great fcÃ¡rs) be inducid by tÃay extrancous induencei; m 'iahver to s-codc Irom the suve, an'd ns I conceive (he only feÃºsible Antislavcry groutid upon wliich theLiljerfy party first organizct, 1 hope nnd trust I should stijl he luiuid even il' alone, on the oÃd and stalde platform. No newly organizeiJ parlv, even though it be cal red the relormed Liborly parly an, of coursc, over havo any claim whatever on my support lili [ givc my voluntary assent to membership. I trust 1 shall never ngain be a meinber of any party that will takc my [rollier man from ihe high rank â¦.vhere his Creotor piacini liim - a little lower than ihe Angels, and put him on a par witl four footed be.ist?, orany ol her species of human propÃ³rtj . This any party would virlually do that should etabiisit is au oijual test of membership, financiai with antislavcry principies. And to my niml it is fnr aapte tlmn probable, (ha? the ritottÃ¨y would Ãmuu bury ihe MAN enkolv otil of -siijlit past hopo of J3.iurrf.elion. No parly 'hut wil! not Ã¼ioai cheeriillv l.ny all these comparatively paltrv tiloresls on the comnion aliar of! Libertvbr the linÃ¯e being, can, frorn the very tature of I ha cas?, bo fitied and quiilificl br su grcat n inorai work as ihat olabol sliini; .-lave -ry ii lhis cuunfry.Tlic inonlinato love of â "noney of Urn ni.MÃc;in pcojilc above ibnt of any oiher )Ci)]ii in the uu;)il, staruls tnoic rn tiio vay of ihis enterprise than any thing pise. Tfien wby euinmend onr argunehta lo ibeir vÃ¡rice - their covetousios, wbich is idulatiy ? liCt DS intrue aitlil'uliie.ss nial lovo lacher r1 prove Ui pirit, and t-how to iho peop!e that the gods ihcy worsbip, aro goiis of sjlver and rÃ¶]d,whileon the other hand we. hold p to beu) the tcup God of Liberfy and Justice "or their liomage. uFaUhfÃ³l are ÃtQ wounds of a friond, but the kisos oÃ nu enemy are deceitful."