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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 10 May 1838

-MIN OLD ENGLISH POETRY. The Kunvarie of the Worlde, sette forthe in homelie verse, by Cornelius May, from "Tho Seven Stars of White," 1647. Ah me, throughonto the worldeo Doti wickedness abounde! And well I wit on neither hando Can honestic be founde. The wisest man in Athens Aboute the citie ran, With a lanthorne in the light of Waie To find an honeste man; And when at night lie sale him downe To reckon on his gaines. lie onely fmnde-nlack, pooro man! His labour ir his paines. A ndoe thou now shalt finde Alle men of alle degree Striving as if their onely trade . Vere that of cheating thee. Thy friend will bid thee welcome. His servantes at thy calle The dearest friend he has en earthe Till lie has woune thy alle; lie will piny with thee at dice Till thy gulde is in his hande, lie will meete thee at the tennis court Till lie winde alle thy lande. The brother of thy youth, 'When yo .slared blooke and bedde, Would cat himself the sugar-plums, And leave the barley bread; But growing u...

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. — 17 May 1838

. LA BORDE, Editor. "We will cling to the pillars f the temple of our liberties, and if it must fall we wiliperish amidst the ruins." VOLTMi E 3. EDGIRFIELD C- ff. LO. C.) May 17, Is3S. * i~o. ii. IS PUIISilED EVERY THURsDAY MORNING. TERMS.-rhree ollkars per annni if pai< in advance,-Three Dollirs and Fitiv Cents i paid before the expiration orsix % onth- Irmn the date of Subscription.-and Four Dolhlars i S tot paid within Six Monti. Subsc'ribaers ontto the Stmte are reqiuired to pay in adraner. No subscription receivedflor less-r etan one year and o pape'r discontinued util all arroarage; areI ad, except at tlit option or the Editor. A stbs'criptionas will he -orintinled unles otlh erwise ordere-. at the end of the y'ear. Anyv person procurimr live Sidbscribiers arnt becOmani respisible (r the saume, shall receiv the sixth copy g!ralis. AnvMwTasaIts:Nirs conspicuously inserted a 621 cents per squnre, lor the first insertion. an( lit cents fr each continua. Advertisment tiot havi...

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. — 17 May 1838

c vince you, that the spirit of public improve- a' mnent was indeed "abroad in our land," and t that Charleston was about to assume that f high station which belongs to her as the s chief city of the South. Already had we f begun to realize the first fruits of these pa triotic exertions. The eyes of the lihole I South, and of a large portion of the West. were turned towards us with an interest I which promised the happiest results. While < grand sceleisof inprovenient werein pro "ress, looking to the advancement of our intercourse with the interior, and the ex tension of our direct trade with all foreign I nations, we were striving- to improve the health of the city, and to furnish the neces sary facilities for an enlarged and extending commerce. Your Excellency 'must have i seen) with satisfaction the fruits tif this sys ten so strongly illustrated in the spirit of industry, which was every where dilaycd inl the crection of noble public edifices. the Multiplication and iiproment...

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. — 17 May 1838

Fron thle Corrspadent of the li. A , riran. WASItoToN, May 8. As soon as the journal of yesterdiay*., proeeedings was read in the Iloubo of Re prese) tat ives, Mr. Lyon orAlabarna, rose and announ ced the death it the lon. .oah Lawler, a nealuber oft the llouse of Representatives from the State of Alabama Mr. I.awler has been ill but two er three days, and I believe was well and in atiendiace of his duties when the House adjourned on Thurs (lay last. lie died about 9 o'clock this mor - ing of bilions aleurisy; the saie disease which carried o your late Itepresentuative, Air. McKim, which is still prevalent inl tie city, and which has carried ol' several t iti zoens before this. The city is not very oln healthy, but alnost every body is suffering with a severe cold. AfterlMr. Lyon had concluded his eulogy V upon the death of' the deceased, the usual resolutions were offered to wear crape upon the left arm fir thirty days, io) attend the funeral firon the lall of the lilou of Ite. pre...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 17 May 1838

Till: F..NE OF8 1 M. LEVICOM111,-: Wt: C11IIATC il'I ANi). Onl the death if 11di. Eli-a Fri:ale, in .Inei I ,321 TMNaSs..vrto Bv J. ma' ?ON0sones:. A. st., -r. - 1). Descends fit e hier, with its sta;inless trose. The parent's tribmte ill lie----wine hour: Grave! tham receivest-symbii. bi- W(os Into tIh noiseles eIamber to repoie, A itir oane aid a llower. From this vain world orsin,and grif. -inulshamo, -eenre repose' Iher ia a lav-ol hIlywr : Throanih vermal brevoie.s Iw esaI-d ylr thea - l ', And smuns- su eSSive. tin witah breatli ofHI'lie The liir on. anid time lowe.. Thou sleep't8 alas tioti ' thfnr I;ad ew of vears il:izam!-.ld renardest not tt pnvwer 01 stl, or Ireez-. aor frir iship'.I - hl liin: lears, Or aght which lif's sad chegtnere'l lear oin Thou thirer t haln the fIlower. Hu11. ianly ! sleeps ilhv sire? Alas h i.-: I irowv 1.nrrowe-d by-, car.<h14-o 11t'. i . yrant's4 power, amly shaI rt h v aliar-,l- hii, miw TI'l ttooplliil. where11 )u'>- if - liIbelow His fh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 24 May 1838

D d4t .7, templo of our liberties' amidst the ruins." SVOLUPE 3E W E1EL3. .l . TI Sgi*W'A dvertiser, Ewr Y T URSDk MORNING. T.Ratj . 6~Diifs-_Dper ourun if pii in advntice djtr* Dollars tid tityCeats i .pisid .be for'l piration -uf "Six Montha froai the ditte of bscrition.-and Fonnr Dollars i flot paid withindii. onThs. Stbscribers outt the Stae are 'lired-toipay in advince. No nulbsciptibireeived Cor less than *-ne ym and no papjr -liotinued -.til all arrerarwy tire prii.-etpptrt i'to option of-the r:ditor. Al! s1i.eripti'onl* will b4oia nid inie.es oth, em wi4 otdeg.Q1,~at tile aid'of the year. Any personp 'Pr"irinr five Susiiribqrs ani .(he.-ming rsponsiblo for the sune. shalitreceivc the Sixth copy grqts. AfivECRTisatYN'Trs conspiciisly imnort6d n (2. eents ier sait'e, for the. first insertion. an 43:} cenitfor each contiinstance. Adv ertient,nt not having the uiiaber of inanrtions marked ni them, will bcoritiouod ilittil:o-dred out, an elined accordiigIy. - All 'Advrtisoininta ...

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. — 24 May 1838

7 . w il A R cliug to th" pillars op templo of our liberties, and if it must fall we will p*i,h amidst the ruins." VOLUNYE 3. EDGEFIML] ] . l . C- I . yL 1, y 21 N38. The EdgeficId Advertincr, IS PULILSI1.) M"E.RTY T11URtSDA-Y M1VORNING. T .'i..-T7hree I)ollirs per mum ir pad an ndv:mie.-Three Dollars und riay Cenmts ir p:id helore tho expiration (' Six Miontis fio the d Ite of Su1 bscriptio.-il Fotr Dollars if itpt Imid widhiii Six Months. Si!;cribers outaof the Stte are required to Iay iii armnre. No siligcriptiol receivedl or le?ai thfl one yeiar. aid ino pipor discontinised .i it -iil iini 1r1 t1hl. except at t1e optio 4. 0' - :h . AP -0hr-pto: w1!h-re IXes (2.1 ti im- ordut--O, ait tihe end of tie yi nc iIiaI TV 'rn-,iiii 5%.t i *!-.. :! b. c :a' ri.'jenle~. 1'r tree. hll ecive the 4ixth copy grat6s. Aiiv i:trTI-.stysrs entiipiettottcly in er'cd nit 6-11 et; !-er sqacre, for thei first inserfin mnid 4 e c ii,c for eh cnti neinace'. Ad vertiseewnt. not L.vin the nunher of iniser...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 24 May 1838

Romestle News. From th Talahassem Floridian, May r. We learn that the remnant of the Creek Indians who, for same months past, have been collected at Walker's Town on the Apalachicoln, preparatory to their removal to the wustj have again taken to the woods. They left: in a body on Sunday nig,. lit, about one hundred it till, ad procedc(I down the river in a flat a few miles, and landed on the eastern hank of a river firom which n large heaten trail leads into the forest. Considcrable apprehension prevails 1among the settlers it the neighbuorlrnod of the deprodations of these litgitives, %%ho have noother mians ofr obtaining ststenanec than by plndering the white settlemenio. -The following- facts .were comtmented to us hy Capt W. L. Lyon, as having, oc curred otn hi voyage from Liverpool to St. InArks. They evmtiareckless disregard Of life and propety; scarcelv exceedled by the attack of the lawless ucanver which It tery'mueh resembles. What exeise Buslihy could allelan ;Ir enniilonl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 24 May 1838

DoMestIe News. Fom hk. TaUahassee Floridian, May r. We learn thal the. remnaut of the Creek Indins who, for some months pass, have been collected at Walker's Town oi thle Apalachieoln, preparatory to their removal to the westi. have Ogain taken to the woods. They left In a body on Sunday night last, about one hundred in all, andi proceeded down the river in a flat a fewi miles, and landed on the eastern hank of a river from which n- large heaten trail leads into lite forest. Consider: ble appreheniision prevails "mongthe seitlers in the neighhorinod of the depredations of these itilives, who lnve noother means or obtainini, SustennneC than by plundering the white settlemenis. The following facts were comin-mmented to us hy Capt W. L. Lyon, as having, oc curred on hi8 voyage froin Liverpool to St. inrks. They evince a reckless disregard of life and property; searcely exceded by the attack of tho lwl,-ss Ienneer which it very'much reseubles. What excnse Capt. . BusIIy could alled--e N...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 24 May 1838

years. nd we have every reann to liciieveI tha1t the nehula of Hercules is- at a much greater distance from us eveti than-this. What then must have been the magnitude of a body so great as to he visible" to the unassisted eye of an indiiviual on this carth, itt a distance so inctinceivable? Had all the celebrated comets of antiquiity, and all that have been observedf ini modern times, been combinod, they would not h7ave formed one that othl have been seen over - one hundreth purt the distance. No comet has ever yet beo seen as far otT as the orb of Saturn, with ine best telescopes, and few an far as Mars: and wihat anust have been the angular velocity.of the comet, if indeed it was a comet, which lie saw. io have swept over such a vast section or the hen veus, and that too in perhaps less than one minute of time? li wits certainly the first heavenly body whose angular velocity was suflictntly great to be appreciated by the naked eye; for the angular motion of a hea venly body must e...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 24 May 1838

From the Blacktwood's Magazine. TilE HUNTER. Merrilv winds the hunter's horn, And' lod tie banof dogs replying, When before the shout of the fleet-foot morm The shadows of night are flying. Sullen tihe bear in the deep green wood, And proud the sta' that roams the foreat, And noble the steed ivith his warlike blood, That exalts when the toil is sorest. Fair is the land of hill and plain, And lovely hills and inisty mouintains; And the brags where eagles in tempest reign, Aid glittering lakes and fountains. These are the joys that huntets find, iate'er the sky that's bending oer them, When they leave theircares on their beds behind, And earth is all fresh before them; Day ever chases away die night, Aml wind piursties the waves ofocean, Amid thie stars aire brothers like huters bright, And ail is in ceaseless iotion. LiG! is a choa, amid so 'tisjoy, Anl hope foretell, the lhunter'si morrow; 1'Tis the skill of man aind the bMiss of boy To gallop away fromsorrow. FILIAL DUTY. Gricre no...

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. — 31 May 1838

jirr IV. LAIORDE, Editor. We will cling to tilae pillar, of the 0piple or our libcrties, and if it must rail we will perish 'anidst the ruius." VOL ME 3 anED(hFEEfD 0. UE (U. C.)RsKy 31, 1838. VOLUME 3.( nna--17 1s PtJiiL1SnF.D EVERY TIIURSDAY MORNING. TERM*.-Three Dollars per annium ir paid in advance.-Three Dol a, and Fii % Cem- if paid before the expiration of ix mmn. lid na the date of Subscriptioti.-and I our Dollars if not paid within Six 3outhis. Submciiers ontof tie State.ure reilt0red tv pay in adrance. No subscription received lor less li i on year, and no lpaper discontimned nstil all arieniages are paid. except a tie option of time Eliior. All subseriptions will bes continuted. nitiless oth erwise orlere-1. sit the end or the vear. Any.person proenring five S'bscribers andiu becoming responsible for the saine. shall receive the sixth copy gratis. ADvuxa1r11EICSTrs smpienomsly inserted at 6m cents per sqenre. for the first imsertion and 4:3.1centsforeachcoliintinanre. Adv...

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. — 31 May 1838

POLITI,CAL. From the Correspondentof Char. Afercury. WASuErGTOS. May 17, 1838. Tn the House, lat night. the previous question was called on the Treasury Note Bill, and the main question was ordere,i to be put. by the Speaker's enasinti vote, making the vote, Yeas 100, Nays 99. The Bill war then ordered to a thrd n ealing, 106 to 99. So it was evident that some membiers were wavering and iindecided as to their ultinito vote, and endeavored to shin the question, until it shiu lIhe ascer taitned wthicl way it was going. The Bill was passe'd ', anti the Mr. Rariden movedl a reconsideration. The motion to recoisider was taketi IuIp this morning. and the provious question was ordered, it) cut Wl' debthe. A fter a call (if thi I lonse, which brought every one in tile City to lis seut, the question otn the tuotion to reconsider wtas takcn, and there toppeared. Yeas 110, Nays 109. So the motion to reconsider netually prevailed, whihi, for a mmnent, prO(nced ilite a sntation in the I lonse. 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. — 31 May 1838

FMn6 te pow"rrp..deserqf CAr. Mrsary. WAsuIeGo. May 17, 1838. Iathe iouse., ist nigkht, the previous question wais called on the Treasury Note Bill,- and the naii questin 'was ordereJ .o be put, by the Speaker's easting vote, making the vote, Yeas 100, Nays 99. The Bill.wan then ordered to a third reading, 306.to 99. So it was evident that -some miotbers Ivere wavering and undecided as to their ultimate vote, and endeavored to shun the question, until it should he ascer tained which way it was going. The Fill was passed, and -then Mr. Rariden ikovedt a reconsideration. The motion to i. tsider was taken up this tnorfing. and ovious question was ordered, to cut 6a1b. After a call of the House, which ;ht every one in the City to his seat, the question on the motion to reconsider was taken, and there appeared. Yeas 110, Nays 109. So the motion to reconsider actually prevailed, which, for a mouent, ptod ced quite a sen--ation in the House. I tut the question was not decirled yet. The Spe...

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. — 31 May 1838

The intelligence furnished in the report of the Board of Managers in reference to all Ihe Missions under their charge, with the exception of that to France, was that of the most pleasing and encouraging character. The informatiou of the Rev. Mr. Malcolm, who had been sct as agent to Asia, for tie . purpoie of looking mnto the state of the Mis sions in that regi-v, gave full satisfaction. lie is abont to prevpare a volume for the press, in which he will give an account of his labors. lie is appointed additional Sec retary to the Board, for the ptrpose of' be ing employed in travelling through tihe U. States, to excitd a more Missionary spirit among the people,. that greater efficacy may be imparted to Missionary eilrts at home and abroad. In all the deliberations of the Body, the most delightful harmony of feel ing and unity of sentiment and purpose pre vailed. The next meeting of Convention will be held in Baltimore on the last ned nesday in April 1t41. The following abstract front ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 31 May 1838

MUTE COURTSHIP. BY THOMAS MOORE, ESq. Love hath a language of his own A voice that goes From heart to heart-whose mystic tone Love only knows. rhe lotus-flower, whose leaves I know Kis- silently, Far more thian words, will tell~thee how I worship thee. The mirror. which to thee I hold Which, when inprest With thy briht look. I turn and rold To this fond breast Doth it not speak, beyond all spells, Of poet's art, How deep thy hidden imnge dwells In iis bruised heart ? Ak atiCULTURAL. From the Souisrn.-Igriculturist REPORT OF TI1 -: P.TITIONING C031 MITTEE. To the iontiello Planters' Societt At your last mecting, a Comm1ittee was A ppotiteld to petition the liegislature, on beWhalfof this Society,that it be incorporated, mid such other enrouragement given, as the State Assembly, in its wisdom, might deeml) proper. It surely is-within the ordinary range of legislative business, to grant Act. of lacorporation: but what is mealnt whenl the planter asks f1or letislative eneourage ment! Ot...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 7 June 1838

M. LABORDE, Editor. "We will cling to the pillars of the tem o of our liberties, and if it must fall we will perish a Ist the iuins." P U IIED WEEKLY. VOLUME 3. EDGEFEt'EI1D C. Il. iM. C.)3 J 7, -_3. o. Ns. - I==8 u'Ii-LiSIIEs EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. TERMS.-Three Dollars per annum if paid in advance,-Three Dollars and Fifty Cents if paid before the expiration of Six Months fon the date of Subscription.-and Four Dollars if -tot paid within Six Mouths. Subscribers out of the State are required to pay in advance. No subscription received for less than one year, and no paper discontinued natil nil arrenrages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. All subscriptions will be continued unless oth erwise ordered, at the end of the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers and becomng responsible for the same, shall receive the sixth copy gratis. ADVERTISEME sTS conspictonsly inserted at f2.&.cents per square, fbr the first insertion. and 4: 1 cents for each continnance. Advertis...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 7 June 1838

Demestic News. Pr'eedngs of she Leogllature of 8e1t86 Caena. SENATE. Monday, May 28, 1838. Agreeably to a Proclamation of his Ex eellenev, the Governor, the Senate met the in. P. Noble, President, took the chair, and called the Senate to order. The President announced the death of Hlon. T. Poole. On motion of Mr. Bauskett, ResofIre-, That in testimony of respoct to the memory of the lion T. Poole, late Senator from Spartunlurg, the Senate wear the ns.l nolrning for thirty days. A itessage was sent to the ! ouse, in formning thee that the Senate had formed a quorum, and procee-ded to business. On motion ofr Ir. Caughuman, a.eoitmmit tee wa"s114appointed to wait on theGovernor, and infor, hint that the Senate has formed a ciuorum and proceeded to business, and were ready to receive communications fron hum. Messrs. Canmian, Rhett and -Smart w*ere appoiltrd tle cotmittee. 111r. Canghinan. from the committee, re portel that they had performed their duty, and that he would send in a commu...

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 June 1838

or our su lTring city, is now in the midst of debate on the great currency question. The very pressing character of our politi cal afifirs, in the opinion of the majority of the House, demand an imniedinto and energetic nelion. The .atinimi before the !louse will, by many, be regardd as iden tical with instructions, although our Repre sentatives are but earnestly requested to carry out our Currency Resolutions of the last Session, by voting for the Sub-Treasu ry Bill now before Congress. It is the im pression of n'any that instructions have never before been attempted in South Car olinn, and that we are now making an in novation upon estnblished usage. This however is an error. In 1S27 the Legisla ture passed liesolutions instructing our Senators in Congress, and requesting tmr Representatives to vote in n particulir way upon the Tariff. It is certainly false ground to assume, as has been done by snme,,that there is a material difference in the resoli tions. So far as the principle ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 7 June 1838

[For TE AnvERTISEI.] TIHE PILGRIMS AND TIlE OYSTER. As 0.1) FAnlru.. ('I'ranaslutcd fromt the French.) As two young clodpolesjotgg'd along, And with loud laugh and comic song, Contriv'd to cheat the tedious way, They halted where an oyster lay. They look'd at it with eager eyes; Each forward leap'd to sievz' the prize, They fought-it will sullice to tell, Each heat the other's carcas.i well. As out of breath. they both gave o'er, A lawyer rode their eyes helflre. To himi, the nmatter was relerr'd, And when both sides were filly heard, Ile said he wish'd the prize to ree. They ialded it-" "I'is may decree" lie spoke, "for each to have a shell; * So get you guie anti think it well, 'l'hat you're not siripp'd unto your hides, And of youtr very teeth besides. Remember this-to sue is vain; The clients loose, the lawyers gain." The following poetical udvertisemient is taken from the Alabtna Journal NEW GOODS, CIli'AP FOR CASI! Of all the shops that " Sell for cash," And sell good goods, a...

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