The Rev. W. Capers, D.D., after expressing his conviction that 鈥渢he sentiment of the resolutions was universally held, not only by the ministers of that conference, but of the whole South;鈥?and after stating that the only true doctrine was, 鈥渋t belongs to C?sar, and not to the church,鈥?offered the following as a substitute: So equal all her Looks, her Mien, her Dress, 鈥淲ho, then, is 鈥榯he God-bearer鈥?鈥?asked Trajan. 鈥淪ire, when are these two pictures to be exhibited?鈥? Southern Standard, Oct. 16, 1852: If a man has been waylaid and robbed of all his property, it would be very becoming and proper for his clergyman to endeavor to reconcile him to his condition, as, in some sense, a dispensation of Providence; but if the man who robs him should come to him, and address to him the same exhortations, he certainly will think that that is quite another phase of the matter. 鈥淭he Protestant Episcopal Society for the advancement of Christianity (!) in South Carolina鈥?thought it expedient to republish Mr. Freeman鈥檚 pamphlet as a religious tract! 鈥淩un quick and fetch him and take him to his parents. I shall not go to bed till you tell me he is safe at home.鈥? In the horrible dungeon in which T茅r猫zia was shut up, she could receive no communications from without; but after a day or two she was told by the gaoler that she had leave to go down into the courtyard in the evening, after the lights were out. To whom she owed this consolation she was not told, but the first evening as she stood enjoying the fresh air, a stone fell at her feet, and on picking it up she  found a paper with writing fastened to it. As she could not see to read it by the light of the moon, she had to wait till after sunrise next morning, and then, although the writing was disguised, she recognised the hand of Tallien as she read these words鈥? After a few days at Parma, Lisette went on to Modena, Bologna, and Florence, under the escort of the Vicomte de Lespigni猫re, a friend of M. de Flavigny, whose carriage kept close behind her own. As M. de Lespigni猫re was going all the way to Rome鈥攁 journey not very safe for a woman with only a governess and child鈥攖his was an excellent arrangement; and they journeyed on pleasantly enough through Italy; the calm, sunny days, the enchanting scenes through which they passed, the treasures of art continually lavished around them, the light-hearted courtesy of the lower classes, the careless enjoyment and security of their present surroundings, contrasting strangely with the insolence and discomfort, the  discontent and bitterness, the gloom and terror from which they had so recently escaped. JAILER鈥橲 NOTICE.