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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 2 March 1852

44 .J ri.._.... ... ... ....- - - I)DE VOTED TO SOUTHERN RCIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, N EWS, LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS w~~~~~a,~~~1 'p.l un P-1r.ieo.n5Tm --w ur e 1~ in Advance. V .V T IV. C., AROH 2 N U wien WIL... : -MAN. R- It- ' o. 31arioin C. 11., Jan. 29, 135-3. TO ite Stodkhho)<!ers of, Mhe I IVinmingtoni . una'1anch ester Reail Rowd ondpany. SDirectors heg leave to submit their Fourth Aimal Rlport upon the coni dition Zf your C.-inpainy, the progress if the work, and the prospects before you. For tle finanicial condtion of the Cmipaiy's alities, you are rfolerred I'o the Reiport of the Treasurer, here. with shumittel, which sliews the ex penditiures on account of the work, to the first iistant, to aniounint to *397,800 42. This sum inie~ud.2s ill pay meints male for excavatitini a1d (mbaIkieits, lbrid.es and trestle work, as well as palvmenti for Iron, muachjinery, suip ersltructure, and all other expenses. The am mot colecei as reported unon the caital stock ot the Coimipa...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 2 March 1852

Wid Cougre.11 1imn iI umaqnet fit )Eomor of thi Iirtildlaiy of 'ils feto took place on1 'Sattirday night, at Willard's Hotel. Among the invited guests, were Stuart, Hall, Crittenidenl, and A.ajor Gren't Winifield Scott. A large number ol'members of*CI gress were present on the mteresting luccnsion. The Hon. R. F- Stockton. of thelt Senate, presided, and was ais;isted by Venable id Taylor. After tlae reimoval -1f the loth i.. R. F. Stockton ide a spveech, fiu which the followingr is ail extrat.: Frieud s and tllow-eitizeits, th4lo14 wiig inl thle foot-steps. of Washingtonl. let us cherish his precepfs, id let uts benefit by his experietice wmil -wisdom. Mlembers of noth bt 14 tuses if Congress, let its keep this Governewt within its presribed cntstititional limits, Lapplatiuse, preserve it A n111 econoineial and ftrugul Govenuillnlt. drawing from the people nit) more 1h111 is absolutely nece-ssary ftir all liest. frugal adininistration. Let not tenlta tion, however great or magnifiet...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 2 March 1852

Il!FnCa.woN..-hr is at sudd IteI ai n linexpected fillw of eni 4grntioll fann this portin to lCha.gres and :i .l1at, the Itltilliate destiltationi of which is Taitbria. The Meteor, usu alrunninig in, the rglrTexas, title, has beeii takei out. if it to ieet this dermail ihrtanprtto to) the I 11milst I. Shie is a1 siuperior vessel. and Imives tol-day VWitli it lea- three hunii dred aveners.Another steanner ()r Ko 0ould be pro4fitah'y employved julst 11Ow in 11ho same tnle. And as t LaItest netws; from1 thitIuanIIIS intb1rmsI i I lhat pvovisin are ext rel iy high heire, particularly salt heet. a pretty speu-tilation nm i be ilatle. petrhaps. bY smle 1,rip11t adventure inl [it, linte This siddeni increase inl this einigrt tionl fi oml this piort nusy bei attrilluted4 ito Ihe alnl noltlitiel iet that it is of lit) ise gtoilg to New York to secur transir tatiol ill tIlte reguiIr stealiers to the Istliiut. s a the rt. h I lear tihroughl )nI the roitte are takeni fhr soie tIlie tto comelC. ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 2 March 1852

POETRY.__ m .1TUE lAIIELOR.4 WISDOI Tlho' baees' mayi beu ink 'o bratis," Arid la'e inl .ud sechision, Tiey're wNse Ito lor as they roefrain Fromn young loves .:d delumi:Ion. The're li itw ri bwt.en-coment with sweet.,' Nor seek leir 1 bower thtier," Till portenis warnm iivin if tin-v slay. They'd find ihl gc~s'.ro'ie, They knov thst ofii.i ist '-bral, -"Mong chsn lwers ry ; And for iht -- ord " tit so-ms a d.vo. i " citied " ii.ih prove a * cay." A "el i mII.i I hi" ni 1!ure .sce, In sitti lngw b ile , 1 Anti watches wIfe. wOilst cooking grol, Ur sconrimigI up U Iad'.e. lie lw, nbut wh f rice of-, y , No t oublesoie conljeci umn; And if he .-tay out iLate I' h: ,' lie fers-, not ' curicl fectrswu.. 11m knows that fa-h'.on low- go Discarled Irue devo1I;I That Love's becoinc in ;.nroduri tv, Ani ubmolut~emotion lIearts now seein but tr.ial things, Not worth c.uider ou, Atndl ot nre w-il tirn preuious gol, , Vitih cool detberdt;oun. And hippy sn)!di3 ! you are inuch too u e "'O w.ant ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 9 March 1852

MIN DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, SCIENCE ANTI A MVIi. .J. IRANCES, Proprietor. 64" ou( E S-Tuo Dotart ver AVnuu V( .i irs. SUMITE.J RVI LL E,) S. o. MARCIII I'l,0 1852.v! For the Sinmteg r Hantier. Translations from the French. DY w. K. S. Tac Exiles5 of 'aiJadenk. W" By an inconceivable fatality, by an obstinate caprice of fashion, Wisba den hainever been treated according to its deserts. Situated one league from the Rhine, between Magence and Frankfort, Wishaden is a delight ful town, and far surpasses Baden, its fortunate rival. But B3aden is nearer France, and this neighbour - hood notes its fortune. The Russian Lord3, who are not permitted to come to us, approach cur frontiers as near as possible : for want of better, they find at Baden a reflection and an echo of France ; Baden, then, will enjoy its reputation until it may please the Emperor of Rissia to for bid this sojourn to his noble shores. If you would find at once, and at your pleasure, compa...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 9 March 1852

TFI1El SumTFER BANLNEII * ll'BV W. J. FINAN(Ti. vor 'iThreL )uuiiatrs at iii.. cli1 (of ti.. \evlr. *-^KO T4~ A I DI). ttVI~. lit th Iii,)il It it if' I It.w Pi'iitf oi r. F_'4W' Adversiseniattt izite a ' ' 1'1I' - F11V ,Y l'~ entsiit r illtr. 1* n- 4 tj.- r it,....) doir * tile firmt, ia I ll ' -11 timt ..t111 6r veachitttltseiitelt Alitil trd ro to. h E~-7i ONE D L)(L~AR ip;rutqtlirefliti igle mtttiimi %vill lie citargzei tiiw Fisw' *.,, it iiigk' inl trtionl, aitd iitino til thu mue as.- new i i:Vi -Fr'itn tile I'ligoefhld Veirist-r, 2ij r1 tilt. Mria. '%Viie, tilv ie 11 _Wi~C I'Cf' Ultl' 1eiLS t M I. ,.10titles coliT lZ iticivtloi,? ill tI iik ie t i d nr * . ~ il ~ )p r e iij ler ic. to) [ll'. t lai v- tili iii ~t Ii~t ittuilii ji -S.i l ie su ill 0 111 tt 111 1w . il ilbis.k1 Othet M r.t J . l**. '. it (,.t Li"!iwititfit, ~iinI ~ A ti ttl tsat.ct 'wih hvin ~iscti.' Iot lilt, !o ti& A ;' 11;3 WI 1d Clatt u i.;:"a i'viirtvic'v vt US't lie21,1 tinwil hI() lvti-i.111:1v ttothe...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 9 March 1852

Sim tP it is N .w Yilth..-T l lirr or says it i- 4iJch-4 to di-gike tilo thet, the Ship 1ever i; raging il New Yorlk-a disease its I'ul a; lt- sinall posi .11n11 yellow aivr,.nd nio(re i*.t al thtan the chlera. It is not4 coninelil to) Ilhe statiinl houses ail the h-vels (I' t.hu iplo r, but Ili-i enttt'lVl it. dalaci-es (I' tile welthyiv. The wiititry air 't:ys its progress t lei thl.. m wari e ei, anti it Will be 1lcm a dIreaJf'li brate t ughoum lIt thll. at e;nt e ( ' he emlpi.1ire, the cmp le i..i efr thonlSamI'th e-ir ' i2ia i I .xite n : whiet will i! li pt With :11 ill t in r tAane d to ilte inip 1it: c.e . ilt' eveit. Th.. i t U-;siat emp iiwt stlil r111 eI 'l wi 1 g 1i 1. - ! ;it , it ta hiasrn theavi a.r~-anl i ltm ihe allerls tit wd v I. * li:4 ,.a \ I E I th r els ol' the 2!)thi. w l \Iii! 6h a ifK-citt a v fliv wt-tIi. I m ~ k )(le" . I uniry T hi 1'.:i .t h ' Y : thereay i l' e fer,- ylu hn hatu 1 1N rleurga, ine Vmti 1880 . ThrOwlwb sen 29;ths l' Februauy I <s1.u i...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 9 March 1852

Mirror sit%-.- it isl4eee tol d~i ,gliie ELLL tClet, tile ship li vcr i ; rgiiig ill New (.ian1 the. tl'i. It is 1hut eeIntillekll tI( i he stttlin ~ lie eelte.' mill I b a~ee et..is (T 'Lhu bun' ltt lutzi vii turid l ilt-, 'ulcces (I1*t I welthliv. ilie wiitirv lit- 'utv itS jiegi.is. t let Iii . e~e'l V .cset. ill, . md it lviN bcon a ieltt ~i cJi tI)eU go. Irati ti.-!l~lllt il %.14I~~2~ cIIs (T~1.. heir emphire, the' vmI lh-Ile ievea T f er tholl -MilteIth 1 cl it'ln~i Ill vxistclvte; whiilil will lit! kept with .01 1tl ileil.. t~ii (h1." toe thle' iilIPAl.)I 10 01,ie dw* CVeIuit. l I "I l~is*i: I I Ic iwe 'eVIU f Iih&Led ii852 ; ill %l:vIl Ne.;ii tOe J1,ui.exilaiu- eIale tl~r npl"' eelct. 'm~ (flie LWhlelve. 4Wtth li .lc u;~ ' i:u:i go ~ ~ ~ ~ . I U: 4. --hn( ~l~lV ti l~e. iday %%.I-- e tilt E. L11 el 'rc.C'A.AgIeiIa linitil leti~so. "'lee.; mil. l lee. * litei' 'lil, fill! (eely tilet. e 1:1 wil Cl I 1 ~igiieillpel S) Illllav . Ymi val !1e (.1" the sevvii Impe ensr.,)I h 2,...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 9 March 1852

ENGINEER'S REPORT. .rNGINEE1:t's OFFICE WILMINGTON & MANCIJlN'TI.R It.. IL JANUARY 27, 1852. ( . GENERAL. W. W. IIARtLLEE, Presideni 1i/mntwn 4- Alinchesler Rail Road Com1pa1y. Sln: -I have the honor to sulifit, For the iiuorimation of the hoard of Directors, the Fourth annual Report 6f this department. '.The great demand for labor, consequent upon the high prices of cotton the prosecution of so many works of Internal improvements in this d the adjoining States, has retarded the progress of the Graduation du *ing the year. Owing to this cause the contract at the western terminus , was abandoned early in the summer and tihe work prosecut-ed and com eted on Company's account. Between tho junction with the Camden Branch and Lynches Creek the Graduation is finished and ready for the track; qud from the latter point to the Pee Dee river Road, but few con. 'tracts remain uncompleted, and they are in such a state of forwardness as vill got retard the laying of' the rails. A contract wa...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 16 March 1852

- - - - p -,. - ;O -'W-" - - r { , I. DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS DEMOCAC R MTS DEOIAY N-W-85 LITER1ATURESCECE1 Wit. j. r.~ x1vc i-, Propralor. a rs~ 'Sa if 4ii-p---- -- - ----- - ---- V.0Z * I ~ Alm M. C LEMENS OF ALABAMA, Qt ee resolition declaring the Com. prmmise measures to be a definitive - ettlement of all the questions grotinq out of the subject qf do emiestic slavery. Delivered in the enazte, December 24, 1851. Mr. Clemens said: -fr. President: If it had been left h mne to determine whether this rea Motionihould be introduced, I would tfi0t p'obalsly have answered, no. Notvtat'r doubted its propriety, nor thatl cieer had any fears of- the con "eqces which might flow from it. t ome of those with whom I have en accustomed to act did entertain .e opinion that it might result in .vi1, nd I am always willing to pay notne respect even to the fears of an aly.. The ' resolutien, however, is how here, and the question is not upon the propriety of its introduction, but qpon, the duty ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 16 March 1852

Y.YWITE BtANNER IS PUnLasthaD 5 BYW. J. FRANPAt - - TEIR IS 1 TWO DOLLARS in p.aneTwo Dollar. A Cnts at the ex ilon otsix months, or e IDollar at the end of the year. No ,Oer discontinued until all arrearmtges avg a~ajIaem at the option of the Prop nor. ;0 Adverdsemento inrerto- at 8 EVEN l'Y. F 1 Cents per square, (12 lines or les,) for ite il-.and half that sum for each'aubsequent IZSP I henumber of insertions to lie narked AA~ertimeuts or thpy will be publialed until'ordored to be discontnued, and charged Af it i:'mrtie for a ingle insergion. Quarteri and. Monthly Advertise inent. will be charged the same an a single it ida, itid seni-Inonthly the same as new o::en IXi'l Road M11-ntiUtg. SUUTrRVILL di. C. urgday March4th 1852 e "'urth annual 'in'eting of the tioders -of the'. Wilmington & %Iircheter - Railroad Company, as .ergbled at Sunterville S. C., on ta the 4th- of -March 1852, * n6"Wd:tto adjournment from the 446eting called at Marion C. H-., on 2 -Jnua.y last. - i0wmot...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 16 March 1852

lId J'TER BANNER Is PtUL:'tD - rgTg , 'U0!DAT1.!ORN ING By W. J. F A411., TERMS, TWO DOLLARS in advance, Two Dollars tnd Fliay Cents at the exltration of soix mouths, or Three Dollars at the end of tie year. No paper discontinued until all arrearages ae pAW. auis at the option of the Proprtitor. 9W Adverdsements iurerte-1 at 8 EV:N l'Y FIVC Cents per square, (19 linen or less,) for The first, and half that sutn for each subsequent insertion.. E The number of insertions lo lie inarked on tAdvertisements or they will be publishied until ordered to be discontinued, and charged 1'OLLAlt per %qunre for a Pingle insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise inents will be charged the same am a Aingle in Ntildi, *Wd semi-monthly the sante as new a rem Raill Road Meetitig. SUMTEaVILLE . C. Thurqday March 4th 1852 Ta inrth annual mecting of the Stbbkholders of the Wilmington & ItA'rhjs'eter Railroad Compaty, as senobled at Sunterville S. C., on T1i-da ' the 4th of March 1852. aghibly ito nd...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 16 March 1852

'IM~ifai'dOi1KgArIoNs.--There seeing to be a.pert'etiupnia.at this time to get rid oft the public lands of the iit s , . Propositions to give tQm\nesettlr with a finnily 160 awrelsot certain conditions, to give raijr6adf companies .30,000 000 acres, and to give to a national free school sy'stein 100,000,000 acres, are all now pending in Congress. There is still another, -which we are inclined to ioins on-be urged with ias great pro. pgty. is, any of those uentioned, viz: to make an appropriation of this kind foe "the"ondowinent of asylums for tlie indigent inane in the several Stats. It,may be rneinbored that a bill fr thi' purpose pas-e.1 the Uniited 'A Se'iSenate during the last session Ur Coiigress, but failed in the House. if tyf 1ito public lands are to be - away. such an appropriation we 'thik would be more beneflicial than yvnlug .it to railroad corporations and-monopolies.- (aro1;ian. NYELMxT'TURNED MINISTER.-J. II. jnvrahointhe widely known anthor of L-fltte "The Qotdroon,"...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 16 March 1852

'~R 'C L E M E N S. COrTMUD iMon FMIST PAGE) denied.lt Tho Constitution Oar from the States some Oat and. most essential at' sovrijgnty. They cannot md ey-they cannot emit bills of fl, qit; they cannot punish treason thm el they cannot go to U th am ot. enter into compiets other States. Nay, moi, the Sand-laws of the United shall be the supreme law -of the ny thing in. the coustitutiini or oftany State to the contrary not Now, who ever heard 6savwreinty with. the laws of an ,4dj-power superior to its own within b Wnimits I The States are sover jr some purposes, and for those only. Wherever thi.r sov =has bn takei away by the they are. not sovereign; t right of secession is one that takea away - re is ouerpoint, Mr. President, .I musthere be periitted to a ThesegeUtlemnan. who are so ,l anxious to establish. the aceful right of'secession are the 'ex M " chivalry of the laul. With t iw exceptions,, they are allwrg r r9." is it not a little sin that with these propeisities for war and ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 23 March 1852

I 4.. . - I some 4#. DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS. DEMl~tOCRACY, NEWS, LIEAUEICECEADTl RS - - - -a A-rae)S V-OL.'J3 FR_ iINCIS, PELroprietorL ou -., fiAI1 - T EMN T - - SUMITE RVILL E, S. O,MRH2982 MYISCELLANEOUS. Ilia nnia nJad NaItoI!oa. Scarce any one, at all fiifiar with t history, canl have failed to observe the extraordinary paralleisni between the calupaigns, the military conduet, and the fortunes of lnlamiil and Napol edit. 'That paralleisin is Ctrikingly touched upon by Arnold. "Twice," hosays,"in hi.story, lat- there been witnessed the struggle of the highest in dividunal genius aIgrinst the resouIces and institutions of a great nation; and in both cases the nition has been victorious. For seventeen years itan miibal strove against Rome; for six teeti years Napoleon Bionaparte strove against Englaitd, the efi~ets of the Ir'st ended ill Zaii, those of tlie see Oeil in Waterloo." ihe extraordiii arv similitude of the genius, condtcut, and iilitary character of these two giants...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 23 March 1852

MTER BANNER Is PruIiistED - ~RVEVEi~DAwiztlNIlIo v .-J. F itA'NCIS. nbLIRS n'nadvnnce, Two Dollars eAj4ita 'at te exprlMtiO' of Pi moials, -er' Dollata 'twie-j'd of-the year. *NdpaPes direntitred ;Until all arrearages %re *Us unless at t.nistion of the Proprietor. OAdvo jniepts inserted at SEVENl'Y FP .CatInl' O re6f, (12 lines or les,) for thfstu, analifthat sim for each subsequent TisaA'U ~~'iii'qertions to I~e markedl I vo 6N miriW) un Ativb JJ.or, they 'will be publishedl until e iered to dscontinued, and chargel t LAW per.rquare for a single - insertlonu. Hy-,And Alontily Adlvertino sonntsrill beohargqd 1he mnie as a single in "Olion, and seini-in'thdly tiW sanid as new oges U~owghe South lost her Direct Foreign -Tgade? This question is answered by Lieut. Maury, in the following. extract from 4'.magnificent-n-ticle of his which lately ppeared in 'the L'Southern Literary Messenger, The -extrat is one ofnut little historleal interest: Th. cQurse ofwavigation from Eu. opo to this ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 23 March 1852

EXTriAoRDtAitY FISAT.-On Mon. day evening, at ci'ght o'clock, the great foit- of walking sixty consecutive hours without. sleep or rest was aecnmplislhed by Captain Tompkins, at White Hall, onl Saint Louis stre-t. Now Orleans. Vast erowds assenbled to witiess the conchision of the perlibrmance. The trial was instituted by the Medical Faculty to.test the fill ext.ent of Na ture' endurance. . For this feat, which has vtrer beforp been nceompilished. Capt. Tompkins was awarded the sum 11f *5,000! So- says the Now Orleans Daily Times. iieceiptts per Rail Road. AUMTEtt DEPoT. March 20, 1852. Merchanndize to E. D. Pringle & Co., L. B. Hanks, Thos O'Connor, Brown. .ee & Co., E. Spencer & Co., W. flrogan, D..T. Meine, J. F. McIntyre, H-. Brogan, E. A. Fleming. H-. IT. Wil son, P. Moses, William Tiaynsworth, Noah Graham, John O'Connor, J. M. Dargan, Black & Jones, Miller & Brit ton, J. IT. Britton, Mrs. McFadden, * J. 1). Blanding, W. Nettles, ). A. Brit, R. B. Wilson, AT...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 23 March 1852

A e rep ordoyV~ Iti e hrtethat is tendor unil kind, tisat.,kiv& tt.wgiys with tile 'I c tifik i'sftly- t6ljienl. with the lug: eykpoanaud verdtue and beauty 4Vljoiqe5- thftepths of the bowl, cl i91hjitiihis l thefire of the soul - ugl.iuakabai e'ed tinLt will quicken and t icr grief und dispaLir. ,, IrJa't yelliIng yildti not the blisa we desire, O4kitl ptsi liasVe mullg in iUP prase to hlie Ivre; pi Il;fiws in a tiU silent stre'ana, Addiep tra sono fummnly dreaim. It is founl iniepbae atid the comf irts of ionie, It is flot to the lIwa-t wl'om in exile 'we ruum ; s qjpijpedjrs ho sltuiltes of the fave we love, siitat* . beiag forth fron its station aibovo. NBult blesse -not those ivho atre britwled with re i ry' or fur blond idly spilt; it flies (foin the hmier, the sellili, tle pnitid, And eltides their' pursuilt till they-lie in the shrind. - Be kind';oity eighlior, uit stern' to thyself, Gatt freelft6 wire'i.ielus the ai of thy p-lf PGa .hopefuly forward- the treutture is th...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 23 March 1852

~ti(~l~~d ii thea t;ue andlboaity 4*of6'e' bowl, a ~ ~ ~ h a le -Of~ie sodl - e lbd Liat will quickeni iid e n ~ uledsif tie :blin tw w -desiru, Whisef Ain itm pralso to the lyre; sU,4,Iumio roidy jdreami. $d (RU uidartf hbme, . 1 m to the, Wi in exile -we roam; r:itjir - fave wo luvo, 6r J- asLaiouabcovo. 6eNWidt h6Eire -birniled with 4a d,.ur.for blood idly spilt; C ec.n-h eL njam tin, aladtuii'il'terd i-oeoiitly in u A . 1 drw the fllywing pic. 1kiljo the vauity of w -omn! Is Where anity inamt? ihow eni ig4iith ighd0 pretty lhead stulled cceit gfibi- ilJelity and n'' aid lihow y ou 11fy 0% lips .the simall III Inuol1iqng, Las ventured A a. I (Iured di-oluto d.m pha 1 facial crop of spontano 9ozsgrowth, who. are inore perfectly p id .with i ..sAtisfied estia I tion;'fttheir own irresistible charmas ~than'ann-iss in her 'toens. Each of Q7 11niees. every m qpels tgeneuounter, orIi) of.him, and is u d _.M!d1- rpiud that b Xeth sdian rela hich the lute-Capt. Martin Scott d to-the race...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 23 March 1852

r n the .heart that is tender awd kind ft ain tht kines tni woyj with th 1 .d Ila mlesofily t6' blend with tlh Sred4itg frelapos ad verdue and beaut: otAk foI joi\ the depths or it howl tl~btrNq'itar t Iiti' isnoh tIIe fire of the sui kasIT draugli le s usa seed tlat will qiticken aat : i to vitier grief uni d pasl:tir. 'No'! ruelling yields not lte bliss we desire - ~ wugl poets lhive suig in itt- praisi to It liy Ire r* ue hpnpmutess flow~s jin a rtill sitiii t stre.am i hirlinil eddidtie. as soinu foitlly dire.unl It is found ik ihe pence and tile comf arts of homit It is lost to tite heart whea in exile 'we rouni itis glitupsed lir tho smaies of tu te ec lot-e to stat beaniiag furthi fronm its stationi abuve 'Bu-it blesses not those who tire brainled witi or t viciimn- btray'd, or for blomui illy spilt 1; flies fr m tle nui-er, tlie sellish, the priptmil And eludes their pursuit till tlhey he in thu aardti. Be kind to thy neighbor, but stern to thys-If Gmrnt freely to Wretches t...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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