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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 14 June 1843

-' '1 ~ "w~wmellug. no3 P133wvo Ate 21vnpIe of our Liberaiou and If it ="It (ni, we wlU Perlah ailidst theia. before. fdate Of a paid w ofthe No at NNP AnV oaia year tht 31 hsrerk # 1 tb5 - - wee - Ilk * * ;~sir-b ad be fullyth&t aI ad' h l is*matbefredse g be DU5Or t: a~~y bfore the 5th ybe;hroe th Lor's Sneay be-m An 4te dh Lord's -- We hav. ;PctuI~i4M . Lehban and Muin4:.. ne ha~y AsW. 34-- Lord. Day in 08 ile Day 4Jhulbat in t OnI~ 4thbbath~in at --- gao.a - ' Os U ein A - " be th~, j~ip - SWC ENE. IVhig Ceniiema,:with paper and geaciL.-My riend, I suppose you intend to vote thsiWhig- ticket, as usual. WorkLnaf.-Why ;do you wish-to - WAi.--We are now wiiiog out our -isrtobe returned to the-eentral commiit te end WO:.wsu~t; c ta. the true men raszonday in April. aragasa.---4,shalt.vote.-asJ please tejoifrij- h-as. hadsenough of your. seanean.-dA3pigh of -Whigliines. Whig.-Butfriend, you usuprise me idon' abetsyn ,deterniiitil; .how you vote: have theJados:beensein'g you I S.o...

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 June 1843

L-~ a stort p goV92 diye' from Canti -0---~ oha received our r'gularfiles by this c -iNysuce bit fnd notbhiW 'or mozrtance -7 gr -Caito dated 21t Feb. Mt that pw rS war -n are o-in intei 7id ~the foregn f ractorie. and that I -siomuetodeately threatened was Q -W4 1 I;*iwalsahited by .Mesar. Morrison litiOse int.rpreters. Tho anuack, I eording to these rumuars. was to have tak pbj4 Ri dYCor two. but !euers of the state cery thing nutil then to have remain quiet. We hope the authorities. if there shot be any'tristb in se report. will have the Ina * end time will to rm.train the populace, whi sa.speratione ills aid, has of late been aMu 'Arnaed by an !iperial rescript.ensurng go-Canteitiuery mi'ldhy (er-thesparl n.4" eam the factones on ti7t1h Dc.m * ced th inspression t"t a 0 M he outiae's vould be winked A iy the GoverUmCUt. We have reas.n tit I -'ettiiSt tir If. Pottin-d r it byi no mtleans -ysesnti'e observer of theso Storna bodc -asignir, and that be has caused to be pointed a to ...

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 June 1843

aA oWt Wi. 4Li *se 105 ait~ra '.R - iou 4L noirk uS * .. .8a dayaanv have o~undan M,2771-0C%;vaanciy. 4iw - .SOCas coal& i & sa.eC mais ak .~t.caey - mn J S a .o fo 'that 'acancy asss&m n elssltwdhim. -~M~mMa~.. C~q~,wa bo[e i'eerful -ei the.Kationa1 Coe - -~jic le wa nam . S1e,~Coveuion pawed of ,mg.N1ay, .1844, ae the - #hi ationala Convent~ion, of so yegintbo Cornyen -'4-.~ Alee aniche, - oCongress,by * ~jharrepectv s sbamannans -b~bauy har. ~2~IM43hZt rDsonp, riimesimto any - ~ 4~' lie tated mis i~ui.~gm~kvon coon ~Ju~he-Mr-teat MR03 'ig -1. Tha" wepace the - maawhih kmm a h whode * hui, anl * w rae .'are ~a*solicitado &wrm-The* Oera rOes~s of tie yesterday, -- ril. wiols we 0a tothe grow s~iz" of a common w in t , e ll w ith u 1i ~~s~$Aage s ender plants om aa in torriints, a4shing tIse suatci~aad, and in all probahility oca amih dafage. Tim wrea-behsu since warm and scasonable." .-b. Caniden Josual of the 7th just.sya:-" A protracted meeting has been going on f...

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 June 1843

SYMPATHY N e a s wtearidat gently ralls Fr, sideoodssry check. a binkother caIlI, - 0"AfOO keento speak. that f ror riv heart. .7 Vfhands wide spread to bleas, kgoyto his life imparts Too nole to exprea. T'eypatwhy--bow leue known - ow few are moved to hear WTeli&WSp' -the sufferer a roan hTibUlb brelibfHecaven may reni fhund hocats in twain a dGodmlay death and mildew send, da- With sorrow in their train. Wben-bonest worth thus strichen lio, -ad joy and hope are flown, 4hal We refa" OurT Sympathies. And uature's tics dvuwu? -Scomed be the tLought. Let othei's wo Sink deep in'to oit breadt ; ',ailleanve the gratefiul teans to low, And niake as doubly blamed. N1CE YOUNG'AlEN. -Aaoungq *ueme he in one MkWarries all befoe him: hedtion cheek and Aashing 'ye. Ahey meen all to.adore him. o y he-waits.o one who- dunks JUs. e for her i* real Who dreams lo't thit ier future joys tobthig but Ideal. T.-meurW. with -anather, he Anend. somen rhCerful party; She Anciea&hat hi< love is ...

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 June 1843

-,.4 "W wohe P3larst of the Tespe of ese Liberdes, and if it mint fl, we will Perish amidst the Einee." - ~ -*- & WIN . date No of swing- aua lbit r tURm theg asif rd-6 Iarda -t~ (-lw 4fGo ord rth Lome's tiW befLore a '"L Ybefore the 56. - ~ ~ oy o the 2n& lra a j~k ~ IV BG*BW A. susrday er j)Ve 4:', fls& ~ ~ 'n~ ~m0hrm bco'eThe, rear W~smqr PM ms 0aua me MwbhS~fotetbA. M. or' ~~4~*H :HNT;A MI2C4, LIANEOVS. mii d-e v- F. saas, immery. SHOAT- JVATENT SERMON. eor n4oW JR." Ihavaelhoseu my tent fmm the poetical w Wi of Alexander Pope, Esq. These w the Words: 1ipe6m pnn eternal in the human brast Man aver as, but always to ie; blest: '-My borer.-the chief end of man ap peorwio be. to contrive- ways and means Io eajoy -happiness to its fullest extent bujt,-etea bppens that the more ho ex. ns- biaaf- to- gain this desired end, the farther -he .pparnates from if-as the negtfrididwshen be ran after his hut in a walt.ot'wiud We mortakl l'd consider able'enjoy t in drinking the sa...

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 June 1843

-e0tt O'MinWatI Lemocraey of n is i county hoi vane- tai~f.Wl ~:bi siidtliatch irid fil Party 4A e meeting offie Gierfijs of Mr. Cal lioia of amHilontounty.Ohlio. was I.cld on the S -Magat (idaeinati, for the purpose of intigg that geptlemi to viast Ohio. A re portwasadoped.p inIlte preamble ni the re. ais" Is declared to any couelion A**W~D goveruenco; to any distribu ies ofibw land fnod: to any further ianitation o 't a s ower; and. uove all, to any pro AeIi tas Amog the resolutions a pted wee the llowing: 1. iW'r. That for the sake of the cause. as weli areqect for the men, the Detnocr'acy 'offhamilton County -do hereby declare their b' '6 usee. fo6r Me; Calhoun as a Demcturt v has do faithful service throughout an ardseite and briliaat arer in ofces of dhe Ageszson fnd his -uport of 'ith, cie clause" wet to the roo of the eil .fbz iu .years ago-ulasatnothing else can t to the tionth ad -the Wet the fair ac aij of.their intrinbic res-surcem. %nd to the atry at large the integrity...

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. — 21 June 1843

are ahountis, andigp. TheCc oi - ~i~aies Pi(g it~ArAITewyle Of th~sh 5.I P. CIState .A.uaillu i apikmofbi CDrfi ad u Clt d"-,a A ~(bt~bp"i weionh --Q 5i f in thaie - -I' e eocrauc cunM usy - asong I 0 o. 4 "Wih aI, mend the holing o of nfeat KitiaalDaocratic Convention f in pit~ the*it Monday ior May. :' i ppearing to be aialit general 1y acoeptalero' theDemoeracy ortie country. tnid beleing thar it will afford a better oppor llity to ascotain their chsiee of a cadidate if than ifthe convention slaould be held fi No- n vember next."I L'xisiana.-Exirat f-om a letter to the Edi torm of the New Oileanwa Morning Herald. da ted: IIcuxnx.. Mantans Pa1ana1a. i.A. c .-bjay! 5. 1613. 1 ' Gextka: .I am gratified. to infors yolt 1that oni ;political prspects in this quarter are in tha e hiest degre rleering. Mot of the pronii. nont tnezabers or tie Democratic narty in Ner- c -terd L iintim, have declared -their prefer- 0 since, 9r 31r. Callhqpn as their first chice lair ' the f.residency. No 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. — 21 June 1843

theI - effc MyB PAY a-M 14KER'S 1ILL. etill rsg.sOUUENEY. thll Booker's Hill a vener- the3 2,I& on the Geld with hands COT, I novered, and while Ira -roud him. py f gir a copatriots, and e dliver- do .Mwa ranbou tfear nd dnad HIgh rols e bttle-cry, -aumespread iou1 ateugth ia quai amadly burls led Iliciet: jeci ' isu a6ce; anused to tred tual iath of med strie. ~ Che Who but a Savior's e k had fed " the founttof Iife. B~ftni where the black smoke wreathed, nee ihead was bow'd aind bar. ren b r a v land, he breathd Isis The nobsy or prayer. fur rct i with early mor- rel - o'euisaker lieight. e d e a inae Unbrn. Ow thlaher's might; * archuki~nd gay' it U dte &dWd that day, Y, his a as thatbrans or stone1. e hi bcthe h of time. pr uI ~An rcVIr of a raith linu ydd saiblie; a i et fair. awbin sir wax-pale'. no a prayer eye - (E~ IVW 8ONG. p.r - erge 1o0as uodaa, rasq. a&*@ 5jds a6 wild omcnN' con kbuat. call tn~ail but benyant boat LOeLg111 rk andA now Snrene, M loa inuut Goa...

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 June 1843

"We will cling ao the Pillars of he Temple of our Liberies, ad U jt Saus fall, we -will Perish amidast se Vadms." VOLUME VIH. E&ge fiel Cout 11OUSIe . C. 3ien 2Ss iS43 - . EDGEFIELD ADVERTISER as W. F. DURISOE.PROPRIETOR. TERMS. Three Dollars per aninum. ifpaidtt anam -Three Dollas and Fifty Cenu. if not pail .before the expiration of ia Monthe from tx date of Sabecripi aond Four Dollars if wo 'paid witbis twelve Months. Subscribers oul of the State are reqised to pay inedmiace. No subscription received far iess than One ear. and no paper discontinued until all arrenr as are paid, escept at the option of the Pub lisber. All subscripties will be continued unales otherwise ordered before the espiration of the year. Any person procuring five Subseribers noe becoming responsibleforthesame,sha l ece-vl - the asth copy grAtis. - A SeIreiUcinents conspicuou iuserted at Q24 .couts per square. (12 hoes. or".) for theirst 'nserttoe, and 431 cents. for each continuance. rhos. pblished Mont...

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 June 1843

PEILTICAL. 11wd eaConcention--Thelimaeae lng 0"National Cosvention we may con' der s by the geat prepoeadn ofen mn in favor of May, 1843. and the deleru tinaleo of thos who prefeir an earlier perid so acquiesoe in the will of the majority. This i as it ounht to be, and as we are convinced it 'Willbe. on ey other question npon which there may be a 'vesity of seniment among our political friends The inherent love of right, characteristic of the Democratic party, and upon its adberence to which rests its only chanee ofsnecess, cannot fail to govern its ac tion, when time and opportnnity are given to make the riglt manifest. This has been our opinion from the first, and upon it has beets based the conviction that, whatever diversity of views may prevail in the party as to ques tions of secondary importance, or however sto may be the personal preferences of its mem s Tor particular individuals, a full, del berate, and temperate discussion of the points ord4ieretsce. would result in their...

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 June 1843

tl e sane quarter until Thursday an1orning Weare sorry to be compelled to find itwith any of the officers of the Post 0 ment, but such circumstances a tendency to injure, notosry ourown' self, butour patrons, for whose benefit we act; this not being he first time that such a mistake has ocean, we wdald thank the l'ostmater General tonse his influence, in our favor, so as to prevent its again occurring. 07The Whig Convention, of Georgia, as sembled it Miledgeville on the 19th inst. and organized by choosing the Hon. John M. Der rie President, and J. H. Steele and J. S Wright, Esqrs., as Secretaries The Conven tion nominated the lHon. George W. Craw ford, of Richnmond county, -as the whig candi date forithe office of Governor, and the Hon. A. H. Stephets, of Taliaferro counSy,'as a candidate for-Congress. .. The Convention appointed delegates to the National Convention, who were instructed to give their votes for the Hn. Henry Clay as President of the United Statesand a resolution was...

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 June 1843

LAMEli' Oj ItE IRM E311GIN-r A nir 01164 sng with great applauso 1n the principalelties in the U nion, by Mr. Dom p ster. ,t0" the reeliW of an Iriah pea nt,rewo" to his leaving home. callig up tsuemnes urhis youth, 'Under the panfn re &ei- -of havi, buried his wife and child, and What his AbeeUP will be in America: I'm iting -n the stile. Mary, Where we sat side by side. On a brt May morning long ago. yvouawere my bride; The cora was springing frsh and green, And the Lark an loud and high. Anjthered was onthy lip Mary, Anid heJove libtin your eye. tiseplace is little cbanged May; 'rbe day as bright as then; 'The Lark's loud song is in ny ear, And the ora is green agam! But 1 mis the sof-cinsp of your hind. And your breath wari on my cheek, And I still keep list'ning for ite words You -Domr more may speak. ~91'i*a a 'pdown~ 'o::dar lane, the diebi stand* near 'lWebuiast vwkims we were wed, Mary, spire tim here; e-yard lies between, Mary, stp inght ?reak your rest, YOU darlwhg. d...

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. — 5 July 1843

-. U-~I WIt,e will cling to the Pillars of the Temple of our Lberoies, and if it must fanl, we wiN' Perisb amidst the 35R..." VOLUME Vif- enela Q u1tU'flose, S. C., 3,S43 . NO.23 SOGEIELD ADVERTIMS * XT IV. F. DURESOE.PROPRIETOR. TERMS. Three Dollars per annum, if paid in udvunre -Three Dollars and Fing Cents. if not paid before the expiration of Six Months rrom the 9ate of Subscription-and Fonr Dollars if not ,mid withis twelve Months. Subscribers out of the State are renquid to pay In aduaaes. 'No sbscriptioa received for less than one pr, and no paperdiscontinnedantil all arrear are paid, except at the option of the Pub 'risher. All subscriptions will be continued ulrss .oterwise ordered before the expiration of the year. Any person procuring rie Subicribers and hAecomiU sPOGibi(othesaMeall receive the sixth copy grtU- a. AadssatCos Ieeous ured at G2 ,centa per square. (194nes, or es,) for the first insertson, and 435 cents, for each continuanace. Thos published Monthl , or. quar...

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. — 5 July 1843

MINCELLAIVEO S. .- s. ias cart afMnrgm. JeatA of Mr. Legare.-The re a this &vest, most sadden gnd unlooktl for reached hete on Saturday, and filled ,tb city with gloom. Groups ofmen gather edsteaad the announcement, ibrodtbou the day, read and walked away sadly av i each one felt a sense of hereavement. I is iOdeed a loss to South Carlina-oni of her most gifted sons is taken from her one of her brightest lights is quenched for ever. It is, too, an addition to the ecuse of grief, that he had just attained that hig paation whqre all the great qualities ani glorious culture of his nind might ex pam their wing and tCake their flight over th, gaze of the world. AIasi that station ha crumbled under his first step-that pro. wing is folded in the grave. 1iow resisl ressly, comes up to the thought, thIs strong words of Milton : Fame is the spar that the clear spi doth rais (That h la&isy of noble minds) -To orn dell his and live laborious days: Sat the Sir ,aerdon when we hape tu fin...

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. — 5 July 1843

The rar Creop.-The Greeanvile .Mugg ftr, of the 30th uIt., states that the 1hrheqrqina 0km vicinity have nearly Snilhed harvesting their:Wheat, and a more bbnntiful crop, or more beautiful grain, we newer saw. Soveral samples have been want us, which cannot be surpassed by that produced upon the Imous irairies of the West. The dasvillo Pioewer of the 30th uit. sya: The crops havei pver looked beter, except ing oat,.whiebwe are told, are not as good as sommoo. Our farmers are now Setting out a laager wheaterup than has eve: befrure been raised in this counity, and we have no do'ubt but what purchasets will be able to buy lour at two doliars per hundred. The corn crops never looked more promii ig; in fact. to usA the expression of a veteran farmer, our coun nfy, in the coin line, has a good deral the ap pearance of "-Old Kaintuck." Th cotton crop has the organ of go-shead-iiveness fully developed, and will no doubt gladden our far mers bearts by a good yield of pouinds to the -acre."*...

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. — 5 July 1843

-THE SMILE QF INNOCENCE. a? Eica''UAftuA DAViDS5. iysita at ii age offlfera.) 'uis a smils o bitter scorn IN bcOWdJ~h lip, which lights the eye; Thspek a smil in beauty's morn. jograng o'er the miduight sky. There is a srailo of Yithful joy, when Hope's brght star's the transient gpest; '1:ers is-a'sni ofm lidage. Like sunset on the billow's breast. - There is a smie--the iauiac's smile. Which lightstbe void which reason leaves, And like the sanshine through a cloud. Throws shadows o'er the song she weaves. There is a smile orlove, of hope.. Which sin a.eathroughMe'sglom; And there'aa smile, Rel gion's smile. Whicb lghts the weary to the tomb. There is a smile, arrange's smile. -That M Ainted souls behial them leavet There is I snile which shines through toil. And warms the bosom. thiiough. grier; And there's a smile on nature's face, .Wh4 evening aspredls her face around; A peuiresmile when twiiokling atars Are glimmering through the.vast profound. But there'sa sil. 'tis sweeter st...

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. — 12 July 1843

We will cl;ng tothe I ?ilawr of the Trasple of c-r besca ,ie. nad if it must fall, we will Iermh STniDUS the Ruins-" VOLUNIE Vil. V e l u 1nne, -. . --u 3 1 - NO. 24 EDGE]FIELD ADVE19TISEB W. F. DURISOE.PiOPRIETC)R. T ERMS. Three Dollr-i por aninum, if paid in advance -Three ollats ansi Fiay Cenes. if not paid before Use expirattion or Six Montlh% rron th date of Subscription:-3ad Four lDollrs if not paid within twelve tooths. Subscribers unt; ofrthe State are rcquijrd to pay in adreace. No subscription received for ie-ss, than one er, and no paper discontinued unti'all arrear ages are paid, except at the option of the Pub All subscriptions will be continued unless otherwise ordered before the expiration of the Tear. ' Any person. precturing five Subaribers and becoming responsible for the same, shall receive the sixth copy gratis. Adssrtements conspicuously ioserted at &24 cents per square. (12 lines, orIesa.) for the first insertson. and 431 cents, for each co'nitiaoance. Thos...

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. — 12 July 1843

__FOREIGN. Arival of the Gr't Westen. TWa9.Kva DAYS LATER Fs)3t k.NotLAND. From dibaer r snith's Enropcan Timrs, Lt rerpool, June 7. Domestic Summary.-Thae mosti Wpor tant Parliamentary annonucenent of the week is-the withdrawnh, b% the Gern ncut, of the Fuctories' Bill. This an nouncement was made in the House of Commons cu ThurAtiy night, by Sir James Graham. The stortm of opposit'n which this bill hs encountered from tf-e Dissenters, sad the ;ilioist of sigaturs -literally millioun., atmen.ed to petianlas against it"-have compelled the Go.%erns ment to crv percari. The hill n ouli have thrown the educalion of she ri..iag geter alion of the lower classes into the hands of the Church of Ep~lnJ, mnd destroyed the legitimate share' of education, which those who do not agreo Awith the chureb now wicld. The Wc.leyan body have been the chief opponents of the measure. but all classes of Ditsenteri lavt- comtin. ed heart an-] hand to reaist it. The ano nouncement of its %vi'h!rrwnl has gi...

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. — 12 July 1843

E2DGEFIrLD C. H. WDNEs DAY. JULY I2, 1842. Me wiil ding to the Pillars of the Temple of our Lbrte.sdif it mustfal,uw, ria Pcrish amidst the Ruins." FOR PuLtttetDET JOHN C. CALIOUN, Subject to the decision of Ike Democraic Republican Coenrtion. to assemble in May.,844. as recommended by ite States of Maryland. Aichigdn, Kentucky. Lou iassa, yew laspekhire. Massachu. "T. Alabamna and Miaissippi In order to make room for the proceed inp of the different celebrations of the 4th iniut. we have been forced to onit a variety of other interesting uniter. Xy' We refer our realers to the first page of this dada paper, for the correspondence be tween the Freemen'" Torit Al ine''. Srety or Washington City, and Father .Aihew, Wi Ireland. L7 The weather hlas brev. "or the lit eight tar ten dava, w.rfur dhoin has been known ': this section of country for years. The gardens rre in want of rain, but the corn crop .till has a healthy appearance. 7 We undertand that the Augusta Bridge Company have eed...

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. — 12 July 1843

THE DYING MECH AXIST. John Fitch, a native X Cona'ertat was the earliest in% tnter of the St' Sar b tht e year 178(i. wst !le Oe-wr R iv'-r was made hi first surcc-uadu exp, rar-e. ' t from lack oistlicient p-.trnn;,fe. he- av,na a ble to catry ut tho dircovery lIH lI' w:s a oneof hardshaip and penurv. and ended i Is grief and disappointment. lIe waas confideut p however, to the last, in 11ap ntimate s-esof v his invention. and predicte-d a11 it-5 future vast ness and advantages. !!is dying request was, "that he night be buried cn the h ks of the: Ohio. VAre the seg fthe boat'aean migAt eli. CS the stiuSS qj hA. ruting plue, arnd th ksie of the ten-enraa his spsrit the seing passion strong an decath, and it was; e gratified. . It Where broad Ohi's stream goes sweeping a Gloriously toward tie setting sun, 0 He prayed might be his last. long sleeping, a His last wish-his only one. Meet ptayer rrom one whose years were given To work the thou:ht his zeaios ;ave, . Who first beheld his s...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
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