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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 21 December 1842

Th Speaej a eJt asrie:u lar. He decided that the Hoase must deter , mine whether the proposition of Mr ;Bott sholed be received as a privalelied question. Mr Granger was anxions to be heard. Al - were turned on him as an ex-member o Ca'6binet. The Speaker would nt suffe; him to proceed without general assent. Ur. Wise objected. unless he were permitteo to reply. Mr. Granger said. that considerin.g the pecu lbrp'sition of the gentleman as a friend or Mt r, he would take hi seat under his (51r Viie's) objection. Mr. Wise exclaimed. how eve, that he cnaied a full discussion and inti mated that a time would come for it The House, by a vote of 86 to 99. refused to receive the pruposition of Mr. Butts. Mr. Bons then remarked that he considerei tis yote as a dcelaration, on the part of th< House., that they believed the charges in Mr 's letter to be untate. Mr. Everett's bill repealing the Bankrup Act was intr'dnseed. Leave was grunted b. the overwhelming vote of 1:7 ti 63. This bill ta...

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. — 21 December 1842

Sirde of-sundry. wnts of Fiert Fa .eias.4 ta JIProceed so sell at Edge ald Cour Ro*e, on the fire Monday -ad Tusday sf January next. the follow lug properly: villmar Eddllngs hearer, vs. John lms. Wjnramlaeket, vs. the samc, tiee bndred acres of land, more or less, where defendant lives, and adjoining N. L, GrIffin, and other.. Also one negro bof Dave, and two Horses. - enn & &rannoo, vs. Edmond Atche sen, ibe tract of land where defendant fives. joliJons, vs. James D. Hammond, 5. W. Glove,. vs. the same, John Jones, vs. the same & Wm. Garrett. J. D. 11am .mond's interest in three bundred and fifty acres ofland, more or .less. adjoining W. Vance. and others; also his interest in one other tract, containing one hundred and seventy acres of land, mose or les. ad joig. lands of the estate of Charles-Ham moinil, and- ober, two negroes Danel and Antuny. and threc horsed. Parkis & Barker, vs. Kindred ISaroley, ornhttdtil and fifty acres of land .mo:e leR~dj4iig Shurley Coo...

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. — 28 December 1842

xi . 44NDGEFI3~ IDVERTISEB sTwNDlp- rpaidin -d ~ Tbimeii Dollara, asid 7ents. if not paid tsliirtbo expliathon oSgaz Months from, the d.zsaieut-Sariptio-snd Ponr iollars if Xo m within twelve -Montbu. Subscribers out 4)f the State are requbied to in adcaace No 'ptiont Ar lep than Me wa, to paper disonetineed untitallarrear - es paid. except at de option of the Pit. Att tiots will be co ned .nless 4hrwcb ordered before the espiration of tae Any person procuring ftlrSubseribers and becomisai responsible fo the same. .hall receive the sixth copy gritir. Ad -tiascaIts conspicuously inserted at 624 as"* per square. (12 lines, or l1s,) for the first ! insertzon, and 431 c'nit, ra each contintuane. Tbolepulishaed Mouthly.or quarterly will be coerged $1 per square or each insertiont. Ad vertisements not having the number of inser tion nmarked on them. will be continued until ordered out. and charged accordingly. All Job worl done for persons living at a dtstance, m'ust be paiel fr at the ti...

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. — 28 December 1842

ab tho patros e ousi - a tletu tivate that or barmony, peace,and reconcilistion, which yourowm generots and laudabl efforts so much coatributed to produre; and of whlf&, we have already enjayed the rich and happy fruits, In the result of a wise legislation. an . ehl-and eqkable jedsprndence,. and an unhed aOausecessful support of thi eher ished rihts and true interests of the State. Forget that pssiles. prejudice, or tsis had em divided tboes, whose - s' and patriotism accord so well ose, sad let the rude and impious hand that wld p me ta tear open afresh these .which so much time and generous feeling have been expended to .staunchhand to ciestuise, be doomed by ,sa ..cra.o.r his country toam infamy anddegradation.ahich noradiance of char octet, or ofintellect. can eMr relume. With the most sincere, and ferveqt wishes, Geatlemee. for your happiness. and my.country'swelfarC with 4. gredsul and miduring sense of your kindness, to sol6'theV SY of my retirem' f.and the e i1 Ii dec 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. — 28 December 1842

t'aid witt die principis to whlac they stand so dIstinctly pledged, and should, if clected rest hs administration ofthe Government upon the broad hise of '' Fm 7Vwk. Low Duties. No Dmt, Ia CZa6sisseU wit Boaks. Eannsny, Bbtrhlgment, anda strict adherence to the Con. Sauld aNadonal Convention, so timed and so orgised ato ensure thatthe matured opi aimon othe Democracy of the Union shall he Clearl iscertained and fairly expresmed, be. stow tr preference on any toher Member of the Democratic Party. as a Candidate, than his who is the pre-emnent choice of the Peo -e of this State, South Carolina will be per. minata submit her wishes to the general goud.ad render to the candidate selected, her cordiw support. 'Be it u n antimously Rslaed. by the seat eAnd r/ VPRrmta in Gaesral =@4t Thati n considertin of the ogfiThu service, the unsullied private honor, the political integrity, distinguished abilities. fearlesvirtue. and sound constitution al plinciples of their (eluw-citizen,Joux CA.L w...

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. — 28 December 1842

B Y-11r168 of n writs of Fieri- Fa -els, I willproceed to sell at Edge gold Court Hoose, on -the first Monday qa ruesday ofJanuary next, the follow Wa ptropsrtry:.' W~iuauii Udi bearer, vs. John diom. ~ Willlti acket, %s. the same, thre hundred acres o( land, more or less, wher defendant livessand.;adjoining N. L Griffin, and others. Alio one negro bo# Pave, and two Horses. Penn & Braunon, vs. Edmund Atche son, th'e tract of land where defendant lives. John Jones. vs. James D. Hammond, J. W. Glover. vs. the same, John Jones, vstho same t Win. Garrett. J. D. Ham meod's idterest in three bundred and fift agq4s of laud, more or less. ad,oinngW. Vance, and others, also his interest in one other itact,.containing one, hundred and soeGtye'ra of land, more or less, ad joing.1suds of.the estate.of Ciarles Ham ,nondy andother, two at s Daniel, and Antony, and three ba Parks& Btaker. vs. Ki rdi reley, one hundied and yilly actes ofl mo-o less. adjoining Shurley Cook and others. N. . B...

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. — 4 January 1843

7t 9 *~ 41* g,.w~Icv I cl0n to th PUIu of doe Temple or .msd t* hl we wil peria amldm the Dmaat "Use I VOirmiS vii 4 * 309 EDGEFIELD A DVERTISER 2T W. F. DURISOE. PROPRETOR. TERMS. Three Dollars per annum. if paid in admsees -Three Dollaxe and Fig Ceants. if not paid before the expiration of M oths from the date of ebecription-and Por Dollars if aot psid.webim twelve Months.' Subcribers out [ the Stats are requited to pay in Adeac. ' No Unheription received for less than oe per; and no paperdiscontinued until allarrear ar. pait, except at the option or the Pub All subscriptions will be continued unless otherwism ordered before the expiration of the year. - Asy person procuring five Subscribiers and beconmiung responsible foi the sane. shall receive the sixth copy grais. - Adiartismscats conspicuously iuserted at 624 cents per square. (12 hues. or leaN.) for the first inswtsa,and 435 cents, for each contiasnaice. Thew. pblished Monthly. or quartetly will be Ced41 per square for each ...

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. — 4 January 1843

Foreign Extracts A M c N. V c- - JdNhit. Doc V1POR4 ANT FRO-1 CHIN Ner-dy thec das Lata-Operid p ef the srapJ*-CUaptre of Nankt..7 Anotber ship hasjust arrived from Cao vmn--the 1elea. Capt Benjamin. .:She sailed thence or. the kh of September. > - The news Ahe brings is of an important character. Itis that the British have cap tared Ise city of.Nanking. It was taken on the 23rd .fJaly, aud rantomed by the CIrns for several millions of dollars. A W ogin to the papers. the Emperor - is in great tribulaiton.. He is a rare phil osopher. After his cities are captured, be immediately ranaams them.-and to work afresh to whip the barbarians. It appers that the Chinese become more warlike every battle. Their defeats teach them the art afighting. -A w week has elapsed, and wo are stil : definite intelligence from the Exeedii'ot. Three vessels have arrived dng tbeweek from the north bt bring - onlvrbal reports that Nanking had - captured, and ransomed by ilia Chinese for several millions o...

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. — 4 January 1843

d had . d an ll*whebf 6y to the .gh; that you 'ieaoIgtgstily mlted to joilge. hadete Judgut ad bung aronud an elf torturing ctiots, from I yvou found no e and which t'well make you e claim, '1 have no peace." It is a part of the beau I harmonv 4f God's providence, that stingS l xuiilt form a portion of the '7 amt hourly punishment whih pur m e man of blood. from the moment ofhis crime, and thus furnish aid to the imperfectionof human tribunals. As you ea have no hape of escape frot the pun Ishmet which those are about to infiet, ad which will elose your career in this world, let me implore you to banish from your siad all other thoughts thea those which arise out ofa habitual eottempla aies of the ebange that awaits you. and he urrible event which has brought it aboa. - When, by thorough self-exami a t'u. and deep and entinual reflection. ou- have brought your mind to a full sense of your great transgressaom, and its couse gaeces to vourself and others, approach the tbrone ;( Grace ...

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. — 4 January 1843

til A pI.latutres of South Caria . W ImO at its bast Sension passed a Bill al mr.,nmctamm the Gv ernmr and Commander-ins zaf to Ctrorgan li do Itar Schools at the Ar seus in P.lumbia. and.at the Citdl int Char lesmnu and n!-o. t I apint a Board, to calsst of ive pervons, who toether with he A doitant and Inspectoa Gem-ml, shall constit-uctn cIrd of Vitromar lte ad 31ilitar Schnools. In conformity thwrewith. 1. J. H. Ilaimond. Go vernor ai'd 'ommnder-in-Chief of th State of Caa rolia, do hereby ippoint hAs Jo.'W. I'. Janseos. W. J. H LCAs . DuAN us. WA:.Acs. nd Jons It. Sir..us, to co::titute' en xilluatd of Visitor. ! G Given under mny hand and the Seal or the .on Stawe. at Columbia. the 21st Drcember, u one thouscand eight hundred and forty- d., twvo. and in the 6ath year of our lutle- In, pendenice. J. 1I. HAMMOND. Ilte 31. L A souv, Sucriary of State. lit bec 2z- 2t 48 Di kxecutive terpartmnt.u u .COLUMxAu, Dec. 13thi, 1c642. ot tel 31 lol tu by cl !I',;.! Excel ency JAx~s 1I os....

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 11 January 1843

4{ - n orximin entate', 3nuay it 183. a-go ggdSELD ADEaRTIUER W.F. DURIOZ. PROPRIETOR. Time* Ddlmper ann , if paid in adSie Disil .VY17 Cets!.if not paid af six Nom& from uhe *Amg th pour Dollars if ait 4wid w we onths, Subscribers out of setae a abqu'aed to pay Indeace. o0 nsw iptio reelv for Ion than on 16& mfu per discontinued until all arrear agessareexcept at the option of the Pub Aj sabmmriptions will be continued unles mthwismerdred before the expiration of the Amy peson procuring fie Subscribers and spiblm foxthebame, sball receive *m.Sw sahcqOy goi. Ado ss.al e- tonspicuonsly sserted at 62n Sen per Oruarn. (12 lines, or es)fo the frst 1 msrte, and 431 cemts, for each coutimuanca. elbdo'- dMeabl, or quantly will be a pee quae r g atcb isertson. Ad not having the number of iner ing md n them. llt be contiaued until *imed out. and eharate accordingly. . job work dome for persons iaring at a dlanw, mtast be paid for at the tine the work A &e%&eQr the xvment.meur...

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. — 11 January 1843

EDGEFIELD C. H. WEDNSDAT. JANARY 11. 1842. - ire will cling to ed Piwas of k Temple of our Libertes.aud if it mastfall. = will Perish amidsa the Rains." FoI PKIISDENT: JOHN C. CALHOUN. Noe subject to the action of any Convention. ran coNBasan. Col. WHITFIELD BROOKS. 07 In consoquence of the length of the Advertisement respecting the Conracts forearrying the Mails, in this State, we have been forced to i over a variety of other matter, and snme advertisements. which will-be attendel it) in im: next. (7WTemperance Mree:c.--A Meeting of the Mechanics Wa,":aigmaian Society, will be held in the Court louse, on Mon day evening the 23rd inst., being the firs: evening of Court week; at which time Dr. Was. B. Jonssox, will delirer a New Year's Address, and Addresses may be ex pected from several other gentlemen. A full attendance of the Members is re quested, and the Ladies and Gentleneni of the village and country u.4 respectfully irvited to attend. We have heen requested to give the fol. l...

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. — 11 January 1843

P ROPOSALS rde carrymg me is or the United Stwas, frion the 1st July-.183 to the 30tb of June, 1847. includiov. So"?t Cat olina. wil be'received at Ile Contract UWt'- of 1 the Post OiLO.eerartwe, i,, :he ciy .r' WasMriton, until 3 d'ctek 11 M of th' 13:h day of 1843, (to be decided by the first day of May.) en the ro-utes and the manner and time herinspeciied, vix: SOUTM CAROLINA. 9 61I Fminm Columbia by. Camden, Tiller'. F y to Cherni 92 miles Wd bck, six tines a weiekn two-htorscoacbes, - Leave Colambia daily, except Sunday. at I a M, aruriveat Cheraw pame days by l Ip in. Laeve Churaw drwly, -except Lunday, at I a marmineatColumbianame dayeb i pim. Proposa&b ase invited to carry the great Nor thern and Sealiern mails daily. on this route, by the flkowiug schedule, in wagons or such other vehicles as the catntractor :any select. so construted as'to secure the mails and protect them against the wdather. Leave Columbia daily at 6 p m, arrive at Cheraw next day at I0 a m. Leave C...

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. — 11 January 1843

"et of Leftere 11EIAINIG to the Poft Office, o R Edgefield C. H.. 9u the thirty-frs day of )ocember, 1842. (7- Persons enquiring for letters on thi lit will please mention it. .A Attaway, William B Branaw, George Blair. James BIrd, Eldred M. Brooks, Mrs A. C. C Chuach, H. Commissioners of Fre Crawford Jaos. Schooh. 2 Crittenden, Caiter D Daniels. DIun, Win. V. Dorn, Wi. B. E Elder, Herbert B. Earle. Hon. B. J F Freeland, Messrs J. M. C. & D. G Griffin, R. C. 7 Green. Cinda Garner, Mrs. Joanna Grosham. L. D. Griffin. James B. Galman, Henry B. H Hatcher, Benj. W. Hardin. William Helm, Marquis or Wm. Holloway. G. W. Baily. Hill. Miss Huff, hrs. Sarah D. Hugh*, David 0. Hlolms. William Hatcher. Miss Lucinda Heard. Isaac T. Harris. Moses Harrison. Wiley 5 'lay & Daniel, Jill, Mrs. Mary Jentry. Jordon Johnson. Joseph J. K Kelly, John M. Kirkland, Mis Eliza Key, J. C. G. Kennerly. S. W. Key. R. Iee. Franklin Lanham. Reason Lanbam. Thos. W. Low. Mr. 31 Alartin. George P. Miller. Jam...

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. — 18 January 1843

AAO - i - " We wilt cling so the Pillar. of the Temple efr n ajUy i ist n tll, we will Periah amidst the Rluinsl . VOLU.IIE II. E?eie OR . .1a EDGEFlELD ADVEl-'1SE R W. F. DVLRiSOM. PitWEPRILTOR. TERMS. Three iollars per annum. irpaid in adraare -Three Dollar and Fifty Cents. if not paid bWfue the expiratiou of:.Sx Montihs from lthe date of Snbscription-and Four Dollar-4 it not paid within twelve Months. Subscribers out ot' the State are requited to pay it. adrance. No sub.4cription receiVed 1.r I-,4 than oue pea-, and no paper discontinuied until .l arrenr ages arc paid. except at the option of the Pub. lisher. All subheriptions will be contianued unless otherwise ordered before the expiration of the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers and b.zv:nin% responaibple rut thame, slall receivc the A,5th -opy gratis. Adv.-ra'senutets catn4picut-ly iv ;sted toil at 62A cent-i jer . ,. (11 lines. -.r :'-- .' tsr thw first insertion, and 43.1 cents. for .':. a tinnece. Those published...

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. — 18 January 1843

rrom csf chade ma C-iare VABIOTO. Januaty 4. Although more than one-unrd of the session is past, niothig has been done in r elatiuu to The chief objects of the session. The w arehousio& bili has not yet been. ta ken up. and the iaankrupt Act is not yet repealed. %e have some little doubt abetber the bankrupt Act may not be re tained under more modifietions. Every day's delay operates against the uncondi tional repeal. Mr. Calbeen, ihis morning, in present. ;ag a memorial 1e he repeal of the Bank rupt Act, tok occasion to say that be was in favor of the epeal. as be held the law to be inexpedient mad uncousitutional. Mr. Tallmadge therespna presented two re moctranes against the repeal. and said that be hoped the committee on the judi ciary would so modify the law as to ran der it both constitutional and ex dinet. "An efbr:2 is to be made to retain th prom pbetive fetures of the Act, aud the cam to-day. settled ohe Oregon bouuary.question, by passing ibe bill for the atcupaion an...

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. — 18 January 1843

HYMENEAL. - 71c siUa tic ghat i ads ume wi ing Aearts." M ARRIED, On Tuesday the 27th uh., by the Rev. J. Trap. Mr. WILLIAm RusITON to Miss DxAxaias E. HoLLowar, all of this Dis trict. T e ftlen.'s of Colonel P. C. CALDWELL announce him as a Can. didate to'represent the Congressional Dis trict composed of Abbeville. Edgefield. Newberry and Lexinrgton, in the next Cou gress. Jan 9, 1843 6: 50 Notice. ALL those indebted to the Estate of John Guodell, deceased, will make immediate payment. and all those who have been acting as Agents for said John Goodell, and have Alum Springs Pills in; their possession. will deliver then up anti pay for what they have used without de lay, as the Estate mus: be settled. WM. B. MAYS, Adm'r. Jan 18 4t 51 NiOT'It . T HIS is to forwarn all persons fron trading for a Note of hand givea by mneto James- Wright or bearer, fr thtrt five dollars, given on the 5th of Junu.ary inst., and payable on or before the 25th of December next. !he property for whichi aid ...

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. — 18 January 1843

W~iifl~nLs Ibr carrying ase Meisor d - 'abdienie States, from tthe1stguhlyI83,d tn thefhbr Jim, 1847inshmive;Soth Ct-i .IapydI bae~seeived at th. t oniract Ofice of We tN O a 3 eet oc r, o ibeth d8y4o 183, (eibdecided by tG frst a day-of the roates and the hanner and 0 time herein Go~d R i?(: ! UTH CAOLINA. 3101 From Colombia by Camden, Tiller's d pr 1 0 Chelrs . miles and-back.six times a iawo"bosaombes. :. . asean Columbia daily, eacept Sunday, at 1 a marrive at CheaW5 ame days by 1 ph m. Leave CheraW'daily, except Sunday, at I a m, ardve at Coinhbia same days by I1 p m. Proposals are invited to carry the great Nor thern and Southern mails daily, on this route, by the Galowing schedule, an wagons or snch other vehicles as the contractor msay select. so consaructed is.to secure tie maits and protect them against the weather. Leave Columbia daily at 6 p in, arrive at r Charaw next day at 10 a in. Leave Cheraw dail at iO a m, arrive at Columbia tie daby a m. PrOpond are ar invited fo...

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. — 25 January 1843

V@LUMSE Vn, -~fti coW3, iS42.t NO.. 'DUEFIELD ADVERTISER ur W. tURZSOE.PROPRIETOR. TERMS. Three Dollas petr aasa. if paid in imiarwe .-Tbee Dlas and Fiy cpts. if not piid befes, the aion of SIf N the fom the dafta - PorDollars if nm IWa Emt,. ' bscribers out 49e ~is thanes r~iseaionpued unti allarrear iesne ~Mthe option of the Pub. Aft will be aantinued unlem the espiration of the Amy person p'roeig five Subscribers and bee..ngireponhible iforthesame,shall receive ahe uib* cspy gnetis. Adstin o icu ly isrted at 24 e, nes, or less,) for the irst insertis, andcents, for each continuance. 'h ablihed othyMo , or quartetly will be $1 ger square for each insertion. Ad wmlsemes not having the number of inser lloamaksashd them. will be coninued antil ordered oat, and charged accordingly. All Sob work. dome for persons living at a da e; aetm be paid for at the time the work is done, or the payment secured in the village. All comuniations addressed to the Editor; ppid, wdl be promptly and str...

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. — 25 January 1843

.Vexko ded Texav. r OA N . 0. P ica nuae of 12 1h in 1 FROM TEXAS. L.'e and Important.-By the *vrival ve.t'crlay of the steam packet Newlork, 4,apt. Wright, we have received Gal 0sion dates up to Monday. .,. be-principai news of.interest is the ac count of the proceedinsof the army ofthe other side oF the Rio Grande, It appears that the troops under Gen. Somervell tok posssesso of LAredo, a small town on the Rto Grande, on the 10th Of December. As the Texans approached the place. the few Mexican troops aMa tioned there Bed without making the least resistance. Gen. S. immediately addres sed a note to the Alcalde for ncceSaries, stating that if his requistion was complied with, the private property of the citizens would be repected. Upon this the sup plies were promptly furnished. Noiwithstandilg the positive orders of the offices. some of the Texan soldiers af torwards commenced pillaging the citi zens. General Somervell then drew up a paper, the purport of which was that no one shou...

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