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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 16 November 1842

does of treaties; and then the commercial class of this country will be cnabp so to shape their operations as to conft to the regulations which will have been esieb ied by the European governments. If then our planters are compelled to make sacrince this season, % hich they did not expect tosuffer, they should not be dis cooraged at the prospect before them. lowever low they may be obliged to sell their produce this season, we believe that with patience and perseverance, fortitudo andrenewed industry in varying the pro ductions of their lands, their seasons after this present disastrous one will prove more remunerating to their labor and capital. The fact is, that this country is undergo ing a benefical change in its relations ewith fruign nations. Until now, all comiaer cial revulsions in Great Britain weie felt more or less on the contitnent of Europe and in the United States, so influential: was the commercial power of Ecglaud. But the time is advancing when we, in the! United St...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 16 November 1842

iE Anoent of bolv aod mental IMers Aris'n fron a neglect of sailll e'.iiplats i acalrulbble, and it is therefore of i.e utiatOi' iiapr:auce that a btric: r, e-iotnv tu 'he least and ngst tri flinig hode:? infirmi:iti s should be had; for diseases ..f th body invariably affeet the mind. Dr. Mo4fal's Vegetrble Life Mledi cnes, in everv usitaneo where they have been thorouglhly used, have Triumphed over Disease in almost all its diversified forms. The salutary efects of the Life liedicines have, in fact, been so universal ly experienced. that in the short space of ve years. they have become fully estab lished as the most easy. safe and perfect mode of treatment ever offered to the public. It is unnecessary, here, for Dr. lofiat to recapitulate all the reasons uhieb have induced him to arrive at this conclusion. It is sufficient for him to say, that the di, interested testimony of his follow citizens who have been iuduced to use the Life Medicines, will freely be offered to any fine who...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 23 November 1842

Ae; 404 LWe will cling to the Pills, of gin T- ,pe b. P 8s Iim sai ui s.g VOLUME II. 1M&cfftI court nouse, F.V SE. .3 EDOEFIELD ADVERTISER BY W. F. DURISOE. PROPRIETOR. TERMS. Three Dollars per annum. if paid in adaran -Thre Dollars and Fifny Cents. if ntau pak before the expiration of Six Months fron the date of Se6acription-and Fgur Dollars if xto paid within twelve Ieeonths. Subshcribere out Ofgthe State are reqited to pay in adrance. -No sohacription received ror leps than au pw, and no paper disconatinutted until ail arrear are paid, except at the optiona of ite Pub. lisber. All subscriptions will be continued unsless otherwise ordered before the expiration of the Any.person rnerinr five Suiscribers and becoiang resp iea for thesnume shnll receive hesthcopy nm Ad9rtiseets conspicuously inserted at &14 eents per square. (12 lines. or less.) for lhe lirnt inserton. and 431 cents. for each contianace. Those puiblislsed M1onthly. or quartely will be charged $1 per square fo...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 23 November 1842

TEXAS. 1me the N. 0. Bee, Nov. 7. TEXAS. BRy the arrival of the steame: Neptune, captain Rollins, from Galveston, we have received papers up to the 2nd November. On the 17th October, information was ven at Head Quarters, by Mr. John W. mith, that Gen. Woll was positively on the Nueces, and that on the 8th he had re. ceived a reinforcemnent of about 500. and that all the militia of Eastern Mexico w1 ordered to his essistance, and would reach the Nueces in less than ten days from date. The Mexicans living in and about San An tonia, are quite ipdependent, and directly boast of their defence against the troops, to wit: That Gen. Woll will came for the remaioder of them, &c.; that contrary to their customary hospitality heretofore ex tended to the troops at that point, have clandestinely drove their beef and stocks some 25 or 30 miles south, to secure them on their march to the Rio Grande, and speak more free of the matter than for merly. Mr. Smith is rully satisfied of the fact that...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 23 November 1842

usually falls to iis lot, instead of often a tersg aarnings and threats from the ma erd desk, be would at times be enabled to ay ,*eDl done.' &;many years since, it was thought that is our cities and large towns only, could a proper education Ie obtained, it epssquence was, that a large majority 4 ourstatesmen. and the leading men of all professions came from our cities. The op mutniiy and facility of procuring book th fur study ard emusement constituted the principal diffinence. Though it is hardly possible that equal opportunities and equal facilities, can be ailhrded in the country, yet much more een be done, than what is generally done; and where a neighborhood is ini any degree densely po lmed a very near approach. other means '0eguaL can be made to a city educa tion, at comparatively a small expense, by establishing a select public Library. It is at least worth the trial, and if your sons do not become statesmen. or rulers of the State, they will at least be more useful an...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 23 November 1842

Sherifs Sale, By virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa cias, I will proceed to sell at Edge field Court Hose., on the first Monday and Tuesday of Decenber next. the fol lowing property : L. H. Monday, vs. James Morris jr, George Sybert, vs, The same. Brannon & Munday. vs. the same. Penn & Bran eon, vs. the same. John 'Hearst, for Brannon & Munday, vs. James Morris, jr. and E.G. Robertson, Abner Peari, for Penn & Brannon vs. James Morris, jr. George Henderson and William H. Dorna, four hundred and thirty acres of land, more or less, known as the mill tract, ad joining Smuel Lassiter and.othera., also oneoter tract, known as the Lyon tract, containing two hundred and thirty nine acres more or less, adjoining Daniel Itoun tree and others, also three negroes, Jim, Betty and Matilda, two horses. and one wagon, the property of James Moris, Jr. William B. Dorn. for A. Burt. vs. Ab ner White and William B.-White, the tract of land, where Albner White lives, containing two hundr...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 30 November 1842

"We will cling so the Pillars of The Tensple e mass Shia, we will Perish amidst $he lulins." VOLUME Vil. E e l o t o e - 184. NO.44. EDGEFIELD ADVEIETISER Sr W. F. DURISOE. PROPRIETOR. TERMS. Three Dollars per annum. if paid in adaare -Three Dollas and Filly Cesuts, if not paid befoea the expiration of Six Months fiom the dats of Subscription-and Four Dollars if not paid within twelve Months. Subscriber. out if the Stwa are requited to pay in advaxce. No subacription received far leps than one per, and no paper discontinued until all arrear ag are paid, except at the option of the Pub lisher. All subscriptiols will be continned unless otherwise ordered before the expiration of the Ydw.I Any person procurnl five Subs-ribers and 'becoming responsible fru the same. shall receive the sixth copy gratis. Advertiweets conspicuously inserted at G21 seats per uquarn. (12 lines, ir leas,) for the first inseron, and 435 ceuts, for each contianuance. Thow blished Monthly. or quarctly will be ch...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 30 November 1842

Nxw Yonx, Nov. 10. Vary iprtgal from the Pacivc.-M received a8e0nnxed very important pie0 by the Panama. whicii arrived yesterds from Canton. in lat. 25, long, 60 N. be spoke 11 whale ship Ontario. of Nantucket, fro a craise-the Captein of which report that a French squadron had taken posse aimn of the Marquess group of Island landed troops on them and fortified tv of the largest.-The commander of ti doet had sealed orders, which he did u open till te arrived off the lalands. Our whale shipa made the Marques their halfway house in the Pacifie. Th' - stop there for water and provisions. Th are important for that purpose. This in an extraordinary movement 4 the part of the French. What does mean! This group is com posed of fi islands, which are named Christina. E Pedro, Hood, Maglalona, and St. Domi aea. They are in about lat. 9 50 S. as loug. 1M0W. The inhabitants are of larl si-e, tawny, tattoed from head to foe The men go naked and the women near sa. They cook snd eat all persons k...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 30 November 1842

big reputation hot so much to Il seboarship, us in hi% advocacy of the ra soone) system. his defence of the ' divirr rigbtof govenmeet, in contra distimctrt from the rigbs of the State and the I'm pie, and the active and most uiustiiabl stand he took against the suffrage part in L. 1. during the recent difliculties ther -deascratilig the pulpit mn the Sabibait with his anti-repubileau doctrines. an tenderiug the use of the College building .as barrackd for the troops of King Charlci -Governor King. But we forbear further remarks ;-sim .ply referring to Iis somewhat celebrate work on Political Science and his sermo delivered about the time of the R. 1. dil .culties in which he contended virtuall that suanissiox to tyrants was a C tristin duty, for ample verification of all * e ha said concerning him. In concludinj however, we cannot forbear to mentio ibe names of Orestes A. BrownpAn Boston, Capt. Alden Parridge of Norwic Vt. and Doct. -. S. Patterson of Phil -delphia. as gentlemen wh...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 30 November 1842

BY virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa B cia, 1 will proceed to sell at Edge feld Court House, on the frat Monday and Tuesday of December next. the fol lowing property : L. H. Munday, v,. James Mlorres jr, George Sybert, vs. the same. Brannon & Muonday. vs. the same. Penn & Bran non, vs. the same. John Hearst, for Brannon & Munday, vs. James Morris, Jr. and E. G. Robertsoo. Abner Pcrriu, for Penn & Brannon vs. James M1orr, Jr. George Henderson and William B. Dornt, four hundred and thirty acres or land, more or less, known as the mill tract, ad joining Snuel Lassiter and others, also one other tract, known as the Lyon tract. containing two hundred and thirty nine acres more or less, adjoining Daniel Roun tree and others, also three negroes, Jam, Betty and Matilda, two horses, and one wagon, the property of James Monisjr. William U. Dorn. for A. Burt. vs. Ab ner White and Wilham B. White. the tract of land, where Abner White lives. containing two hundred acres more or ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 7 December 1842

"We will cling to the Pillare of the Temple of eur LburidSU MRSapt, we will Perials amidst the Rhlas.V VOLUME VII. EUgefitltl 1 - er 184. NO. 4. EDGEFIELD ADV ERTISER by W. F. DURISOE. PROPRIETOR. TERMSt Three Dollars per annum, if paid in adrnce -Three Dollass and Fifty Cests. if not paid before the expiration of Six Months frot the date at Subscription-end Four Dollnrs if not "f paid within twelve Months. Subscribers out ofthe State are requited to pay in adrance Cc No ubscription received fr less than one gm, and no paper discontiuied until all arrear ags are paid. except at the option of the Pub- A. lisber.Hi All subscriptuona will he continued utiles otherwise ordered before the expiration of the year. Any peran procusing five Subcrilier and becomig responsible fur theasaue,.-lhall recene the sixth copy g-ratis. Ade-rfiserstis conmpiction-ly insertcd at 62.1 cents per square. (12 line,. .,r lcs.) for the first insertion. and 431 cen:v.. for each contionisaice. Those published 4...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 7 December 1842

(Concluded.) no er But, perhaps "A Parent" did not desig to give to his language such a latitude of meaning. but to cunline it to the one case of Abolinonisim. And thou the extent of his meanin would be, that any work, which should be tainted with Abolitionism. ought to be banished from our seats of learning, lest the pupils should be convert ed into Abolitionists. I now take the liberty of calling the at tention of"A Parent," to the fact, that there is in the South Carolina College. a text book of Moral Philosophy which has been used from the commencoment of the Iastitution to the present day, which is as strongly tainted with Abolitionism. as he supposes the Professor's Moral Science to be, and that it was in the hands of a New England President,who did notown aslave. This work is "Paley's M1oral and Political Philosophy." and yet I have never known that a single Abolitionist has been made by its meas, much less that a den of such characters has been formed by its teach ings. But ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 7 December 1842

o yongofonder was ever reclained witnessing the heroism of a dying vie: of the law; and % hilo his syi;:sithices at too apt to be enlisted fir the Iouff'erir hieb he witnesses, has imagitation is r es likely to be exeiled by the ims poti importance of a scene, in % hich the set ,oferime is lost in admiration of the for tide, or in commiseration of the ugon df the offender. Our legislation should also be direc1 to discourage the rasth and criminal ind cretins of youth ; among the most I quent and fatal of which. i.# that whi arises out of the t'oleratiin (if not the pr teetion) which our jurisprudence, or i mode of adnauskring it. has hi herto t tended to the practice of dueling 1.u'0 ded in the most deeply ruoled prejudie as well as upon thie nolest and in, honorable incentives ul the hunan ni thejudicious correction f its evils and at ses as an object of as much itmportance the peace and harmony of society, as t manner of effecting it must be ackno ledged t% be both dillicult and d...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 7 December 1842

nderuigned Trusteesof tbis ist tunol, take this method or informing the public that they have engaged, to take chare o1 the School the next year. Mr. Joan W.Lts lie, a graduate of the sontI Carolina College. and brother to the gentleman who, wth so Mach credit to himself, and beneft to the public, earduct the Greenwood School in uAeville Disrict. Mr. Lesly takes charge of our School under a pld that he intend: to devote some years o.his ife to the busines of teaching. and in such a pledge the Trustees flatter themselves ahe found, a sure guaranty that the School wil be re.established upon a sound basis. Aware of some of the objetions to Village Schonl, the undersigned asure the public that they will useevery exertion to remove such as are well founded. They will use all pioper measures to restrict the expenses ofthe stdents, within the limits of rigid economy. guarding with the strictest scrutiny. against al estrava lance and disaspation: and they beg co-opera taon of parents and gu...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 14 December 1842

We will cling to the Pillars of she Temple of our Liberties, and fall, we WSi Peris amid.; the R.aimJ. VOL'UME VH.E gtil U one t ilousse, 6 enbr1,14. EDGEFIELD ADVERTISER BY W. F. DURISOE. PROPRIETOR. - TERMS. a Three Dollars por annum..if paid in aden -Three Dollais and Fihy Cents. if nit pai before the expiration of Six lonths fron th date of Subscription-and Four Dollars if a paid within twelve M1onths. Subscribers ut of the State are requited to pay in adratrc No subscription received foir less than on gear, and no paper discontinued until alt arreni ags are paid. except at the option of the Put limber. All subscriptions wilpe continued unlei otherwise ordered before the expiration of thi year. Any person procuring fire Subscribers an becoming responsible fort the same. rhall receiv the sixth copy gratis. Adertiswents coaspicuonely luserted at 6 1ents per square. (12 lines. or less.) for the (ir insertion, and 431 cents. for each continuanct Thsslepublished Monthly, or quarteuly...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 14 December 1842

prospects, or blighted the dcstinies of the10 South. - The tariff-f'28, while-it extended pro- a tection, and conferred bounties, at the ex- 6 pense of one section of the Union. for the I? benefit of another, still preserved more jusi r and wise discriminations,-operated more a =quall on the consumers. and accons- a plied at least one or the ligitimte ob- 2 joets of the Constitution, in supplying an adequate and liberal revenue. It derived a plausible pretext from the requirements of a national debt, and fonaded some claim a to favor in the eircemstances ard induce-. meats which had lcd to the early. and per- a haps premature development of the roan- a afecturing enterprieto of our country. It I operated when ourcurrency was compara tively sound. and our credit firm and ex panded, our produ,:e high. our industr re warded, and our prosperity in the Iood vide of success; and ir it hat converted all these evidences of happitess and improve ment. into scenes of desolation and diesor- I ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 14 December 1842

EDGEFIELD C. H. V1 WEDNs SDAY. DEcnteiDn 14. 1821. e gi bi ire cling to the Pillars of the Temple of I our Libertws.and if it nst fall, we trill Perish *=ids( the Ruins."Y FOR ?ftrSITnF.T: U1 JOHIN.C. CA L HOUN. e Kot subject to the action of any Conrntion. It FOR coNarEe. Ct Col. WHITFIELD lROflKS. pi di ST Remontl.-Our office has beern removed E to the upper part of tihe house at pre-.ent oc cupied l'y Mr. Pressley as a Dry Good Store. The entrance to the oflice is by anl out ide b Sightof steps. Mr U We acknowled;e the receipt of a copy of the Daily Journal of both liuuue, of the Le. al gislature. and some other pub!ic documnc's. 0i from our friend Dr. R. C. Griffin. i - Li To Correepoiendats.-"A Parent." and "A Teacher," has bern received, but we will not be able to publish them untill after the adjourn ment of the Legislature, as our colunmns wi. is bo crowded with the proceedings of that oody- P It At a meeting of the Board of Trustees of the 1 South Carolina College, on the e...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 14 December 1842

Sherifs Sale. B Y virtue of sundry n rits of FieriFa Beiam I will proceed to sell at E-dge field Court Bone, on the first loOday and Tuesday of January next, the follow ing properly: Wilham Eddings, bearer, vs. Joln Mlime. William Hacket, vs. the same, three hundred acres of land, more or less, where defendant lives, and adjoining N. L. Griffin, and others. Also ove negro bo Dave, uand two Horses. enn & Brannon, vs. Edmund Atche son, be tract of land where defcndanL lives. John Jones. vs. James D. llammond, J. W. Glover, vs. the same, John Jones. vs. the same & Wim. Garrett. J. D. lam' :ond's interest in three hundred and fiftv Deres of land. more or le-s, adytining . Vance. and others. also hisinterest in one cbehr tract, con.taininO onte -uodred ad -even'y acrez of land. hnore or les', ad joing lands of the estate if Charles l1am inona, and others, two uegroets Daniel. and Artony, and three horses. Parks & Barker. vs. Kindred liarvley, onehundrel and fily acres of laud...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 21 December 1842

- " We wHi cling to the P~lars of the Temsple of our LibcRsses tnast ftt we winl Pe*rsh a 00dt h Bnbw VLM - VOLUME lH. .Egeeaontos,8 e be . 8 .N.4 EDGEFIELD'ADVERTISER BY W. F. DURISOE. PROPRIETOR. TERMS. Three Dollam per annum. if paid in advance -Three Dollon and Fitiy Ceuts. if not paid before the expiration of Six Months front tle dAe of Subscription-and Four ijollars if not paid withia twelve Months. Subscribers outl of the Stae are reqited to pay in adranre No subscrapion received f,,r lem than one yer, and no paper discontinued until all irrear Sare paid, except at the option of the Pub Woof. A subscriptioass will be continted iili otherwise ordered before the expiration of tihe year. . Any person procuring fie Subscribers and bacomng respinsible lot thesame. shall receive the sixth copy gratis. Adesstam-za conapiconsly inserted at 64 cents per sqnare. (12 lines. or lesT.) for the first insrtao-, and 431 cents. for each continuance. Those blishted Monthly. or qnarterly will-b...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 21 December 1842

Wabaei its ~Asae Oahuc mome pres" 4wimilrS, d-33 hE eeutie did no rAg , as proper to waive all the advanta5' I of an hualrable adjustment of othe -I1 eskies of great magnitude and import because this, not so immediately presang, a gland in tb way. Although the difficulty F 10t- g gt gg-severa'esi7 o r come involve peace of the two cout- I tris, yet I shallOt delay to urge on Great I Britain the importance of its early settle- I uea. A-.ith the other powers of Europe our relations continue on the most amicable I Sothic.I Ocgbe 23d of April. last, the Commis sioners on the part of the United States, i under the Convention with the Mexican 4 W GltelG'I the 11t ofAprit; 1839, made i to the proper department a Gual report in i Ylatfowto the proceedings of the commis- i sida.fom this it oppears that,. the total i amoudcaartldetto thd clailnants by the i cOMIissionwer and the umpire appointed i under that congmutioi, was two millions I twesty-sixi thoniand and seventy-omio 1 - dollars ind ...

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