Mr. Charles Buxton, in an able letter to last Saturday's
Standard, recapitulating ealmly all the reasons for disapproving the conduct of the Jamaica -authorities, states what we are bound to repeat, as we recently fell into an error on the subject, that he is not on the Council of the Anti-Slavery Society, and is not responsible for those unwise proceedings of Mr. Chamerovzow on -which we have often commented. Well, but why is he, and sensible men like him, who "seem to be pillars" in. such mat- ters, not upon the Council of that association? If Mr. Chame- rovzaw be left at theheltn, the society will soon be a wreck.