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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 19 July 1843

We willWINEto ldo Fill=" or do TempI Of o V iEYle s m of W"'aut full, a wib Piam idUst sbe Bal"." .VOLUME o,3 MDGMIULDMAID#WETISIEB W. F. RDISE.PROPRIETOR. 'Flde Dolltrspes annam. if paid in adownet -Thrse Dlati and Frcet. if not -paid befor the aspiration ot8:x Nomb froi The date of sbription-and Pos.r;Dala if IM t paid wib twelve Montis. Subsriheru out of the State rAuitsed to payin dvac No subscription receire r lets than one year. and no paper discontinnad until allarrear ar paid. ecept at the option of the Pub All subscriptions vill be continued vinle"s -otherwise ordered before the espiration of the year. Any person procuring five Subseribers, and becoming responsible for thesame,h4llreceive the sixth copy graris. Adsrtismueats daspicuonusy inserted at 621 cents per square. (it lifes, or le9.) for thefirst insertion, and 431 cents. for eaeb &ntiaasese. Th nu aed Monthly, or quartetly wdl be S e $1 per h ip gurst for etSbiomon Ad versoments "ant having the nuibe of inuer 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. — 19 July 1843

-Pri he Nadat Intreoga=ecr. THE SANDWICH ISLANDS iiti be gratifying, we believe, to all er rederlis to learn that our anticipations of tlii trsedieBritish Goverement, in relation to the late seisure of the Oand wich Islands by one of its 'commanders have been fully realized, so (ar as regards the sovereignty of those islnds. They are to be restnret. to the possession of their righful owners. The London Timues thus aunotces the tact: It appeursihat, certain claims having been preferred against the Government of the ,abdwich Islands in behalf of British suibjectsand by 1li Biitish Admiral, tihe Sovereign or those Islands proressed his inabilityto moeu the demands in quesaion, but o'tedito divest himself-of the sove reignty of ii dominions in favor of the Queen ofEngland. The British Admiral. emalous pexhps..of tho recent policy of Fra Jaintiho groups of islands south of the lioeigacceprcd the ceuSion of these ter ritoriss conditionally; but he acknowledg ed at the same time, that be. ...

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. — 19 July 1843

dh; until 3iondaL 31t; and fra il thence- k rbho ~cn' at'Spartaub d Angusttnd. Ar. C. has numerousivitalions from.other pab of theState, which will all beattended to as oon as practicable. Naus.-Inthiteun conties in the State of AMichigan, ther are no less thanthree hunired and eighty.ui rinaig and saw mills. Lasisiman.-Au pleueion was laekli on the 3d ist. for four members of Congress. in Louili aan, and from ihe ietuns which have.come to hand. being only from thecity of New Orleans there is no doubt hut that the Democratie ilt will suce in electing all four of thelraiad dates. .4i .*Harry of the Wht ay to hone'ofhir'stand bye's." deserting him. ly returns received. sines the abo+e.was in type, we f tat the democio fdiduas for Congtes Mhe44ee elected: Slidelt bya ajoltyef 347 in theirat district; Labranuche bye majority of9I'in the second district: Daw. son, by a majority of about 6d0 in ihe third dis. toict, and Booir, by a sajority 6f about 400 is.4he fourth district. A voe sas t...

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. — 19 July 1843

6V Te Ciuirh Dell* lingering toll I bear. % 9h wind blow chill; -AnJt~ing: , wafts the parson's prayer, O'er moor. and distant-hill. How dear to me the Sabbath chime. low gladdoning every peah; That sounds along the welkins Iwe, And o'er inysenees steaL Ar d~e nonat clmoseo day, With-iqq beart I growt; And straight those sacred sounds obey, God's summons, oh! 'tis Sweet. Unlike resounding notes that went, Full saddening through the air; Proclaiming life's expected end, Death's dread ampire wear. Their echoes, mildly wandering wide, - Their invibng neururra sprad, Inspiring every heart with pride, To bin ad folly dead. From clime to clime. those sated swells, Ye breeses, gently bear; on earth, id many a hovel dwells, A welcome fraught with praser. VILLAGE. A PICTURL 3n C. 0. NAs5x"Al. The fanner sat in hiIsA chair, Smaking bis pipe of clay. While his ihale o *ie with busy care, . Was clearing the dinner away. A sweet little girl with her fne blue eyes. On her grandpa's knee was catch...

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. — 26 July 1843

~7 -~4 ~.4. We will cling. to he Pillars of the Temple of our L~lberfles, and if it most (all, we will Perish naladss the Ruins."v -V*V I vm . M iL- A f LCOU SCC) 3D.EPrELDADVEi3c'SEasa - - ST - W. F. DURISOE.PROPRIETOL T*RNS. Tbise DoTiwsper annum. irpaidin edeJmc .nireo Dollars and Fifty Cents. if not paid be the epiation of Six Months onthe dae o Subscriptioand. Poor Dollars. if not ad withbi twe Months. Subcribers out ofthe Stat. artreqnsed to pay in dMaa="W . No subscriptioo received for less than one yar, and no paper discontined until allarrear ago are paid, except at the option of the Pub All subscriptions. will b. 'ontinued unles otherwise ordered before the expiration of the year. - Any person procuring five Subscribers and behanagtesponabls for thesame .shalt receive heAixth copygrt. _M2 ojnseicuoms inverted at 6W4 Mentsp J12lines. or ) )fortherit hsertios, and cents, for each ontinuance. These Published Monthy, oquatnesl Will be $1 per qare foreac ns Ad. $vfiie gats not-...

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. — 26 July 1843

iletkjargre a~ercuarg. I3a oss r:Toa saar- ti, 4 ."oATIO .- - 30aWon. 0 4Ilgtlg-g ma~y sTine dl misdirection whib have embarrassed or imp d my progress In marching for marl an h Carolina, there hade occurred s many cases of one general class, that it is found,netsary to publish the following remarks with th view of preventing fu ture unnecessary trouble on this score, ti all' patief'Concerned. I allude to the many suosed discoveries of deposites o marl, of which speciments have been sen -T'itde-'to b; imtminid and analysed, a which I have been induced to visit by er renemOs reports, and which deposites i very little labor. ii. digging could have shown to the discoverers to be the uses ime ofold and. forgottan Indigo vats. a .opaotheriqu.aliya i5rial depoites, no e*sslisste i1 amount, and of which the rai characters were equally obvious, o opn to easy detection. In sundry case I ave been called upon to examine wha proved to be such deposites, either insita at much waste of my time 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. — 26 July 1843

For the Adp 4Lert Daars or =z Rav.5A = r&RTano@. nis with foeonng Q46 iae an. - fDonne1 i ntanqrA as and acquain tances, the desat or this vensM*. soldier~of tRvn,anibthfi Hinleter of the GospeloCI.9Niriy.@NAitimd-been to falfil yan a nnsgmtmelji coifbia'gsty, Georgia. S O..aina4 eithe segthbrhood, his Je 47etook-Wight, ran of with hii, and the old thr,blgunabl, by him nlrnity, to ma ae the eature, was dashed with great vio bece to. the earth, and. in hIalan bour anir wards expired, on the 13th inst., without hav. ing spoken a single wdrd. He breathed his lst in the bouse of Dr. Crawford. to which he had been veyed. He received all the at untion. which that kind and hospitable family could bestow upon him, who were deeply pon etrated by the solemn and, unexpected event i He wat buried in the fimily burrying ground I of Mr. James Cartlidge, of Columbia county. Geo., aged 93 years, lacking two days. At an early age he entered the Revolution. was pre sent at the siege at Savandiah,...

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. — 26 July 1843

aai bet Mc lb~~~~ - fie_~ $$ cor sal '7WHO IS THY NEIGHBOR? kn -TY neighbor? iIt is he wisom thou Bo ILasOwnrto aid aid bless; Whoa i "heart and liurning brow Thy soothing hand may pre. Thneighbor? "I'i the fainting poor, base eye with want- is dim, Whoinhngersendsfromdotodoori ter Go tbou and succr him T aiighbor? i0 the weary lan, oe -are at the brim, -Bat low sikne cares and pai Ge'tad and-comfort him. ct cbi neighbor? "rsthe heart bereft Wa ecvery earthly gem; Widow said orpa helpless left; UP Go hou "ndstaser them- a When'en thou meet'st a human forut Lon favor'd than thine own, Ramember 'tis dth neighbor worm Thy brother, or thy son. see Opssnot, asnt heedless by; Tel a Cana redeem bul The breai heart from mitseiyi fl Gebow love to him. of. THE- OLD MAMD. I iko tree that hah no fruit, an NeresolitarY sho stands she there' ba An. i maid,starched and staid, . W chesi and teeth decayed, or And grey hair. . in, Yet fst % are lank and long. rat Was the me of nMIy a song, nW Long ag...

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. — 2 August 1843

We will cling ge the Pillars of the Tespe of our LIle, and if is mUNI fall, We will Perimi amidst the BuIln.y VOLUME VIII. E glil Ucuiri 1Iouse, .. C., Aungust 9, 1s4. NO. 27 EDGEFIELD ADVERTISER my W. F. DURISOE.PROPRIETOR. aT E RMS. Three Dolarsper annum. irpaid in adeanot -Three Dollas and Fifty Cests. if not paid before the expiration ar Box Alonths from the date al Subwri 'n-end Ponr Dollars if not paid withis we Months. Subscribers an: of the State are requited to pay in adrawre. No subscription received f'.r le. thatn une gear. and no paper diconhitiued in! nit1 :arear ages :e paid. except at de option of the Pub. iber. All subscriptio& will be continnted unless atherwise ordered before the exparation ofrthe -year. Any perscon pcuring five Sibttsriher.- and 'becoming respeodibic i'a the aane, shall receive she sixth -copy grtis . -dwnriisebts conspicuoualy iuserted at Uj -cents oer-eqare. (12 linere, or fem,) for the first -in1tb, and 43V conts. for each contiuuaice. Thes...

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. — 2 August 1843

A Ucg3g IN T1E DOUsE or Loa.Ds OTbipsday evenlng the 27th alt. the fueneeimgetraordInary scene took place I In sthe most dignified assembly in the em CsuacU or SCOTLAND Br.zriczs BILL. ~Lord Brougham said. iaconsequence of too noble earl (Aberdeen.) whom he did not see in his place, being determined to with this measure on Thursday, should postpone the second reading of his Slave-trade Suppresion Bill from that day until Tuesday next. At the same tme that be gave this notice, he must take the opportunity of expressing his regret and disstisfacnon' that (he noble earl, a gainst this remonstrance snd contrary to his solicitation, should hive insisted on proceeding last night with a measure which could only have for its object to insult and a'ontihe judges in their lordship's house, is order to give some sort of self-impor tance to certain otberjudges elsewhere. "So ucb." said the noble lord, passion aiely, "a much for having a relation in the Cabinet! For my part, however, I ashall no...

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. — 2 August 1843

(Commnsaicated.) Ua, Ezro.-Pleae announce Brig. Gent. N. L. Boxhax, as acandidate fur the officeof ISbjor General of the Fizst Division. (Infantry sad Cavalry.) comprising the Judicial Districts -of Edgefeld, Abbeville. Anderson. Pickens, and Greenville, and oblige MANY OFFICERS. Lightai.-The Pendleton Messenger of the 2th ait . states that on the evening f the - 26th uit., a barn belonging to the estate of Jar. C. Gridin, deceased. about two mies from the village of Pendletor,. was struck by li;htning, and notwithstanding the Win which was inces. sant for some hours. it was entirely con cumed. A quantity ofwheat, oats, &c., the crop of the present year, was burned. The loss, of course, is very considerable. Fres sin Cherao Mreary. -rs Ay i Jn . -laee.'-It is cheering. in the midst of inone usive wrangling on all subjects. to meet with an argument ehich swallows up an Citare question and leaves no more to be said. The Providence Crca ie= turned the Presideutial dispute into a su...

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. — 2 August 1843

TREES. I TUOLAIS V. .MG45LI. Hov g!urious are Ii, w.brk. of God! HowAeak they unto m.. Who se'girit sleep aot it K.o clod Flngrounditfora span The morning ;-e-e breeze, A sea beclmd by nigt. .ro glorious dahnge: but va't green tree. Are loveier to my si;ht. Een in their wintry skeletone, i 'in winds that trugale low, W'ill hring 'o n. rarth's Ia ansuent eons, X voice from whore w na; 'Twos thus, at midnigits s.,aann hour, I lov'd to talk wit., themr To lean a knowlh-dge, and v power, Uknown to sensual MIn. It has been thus is every tine, With men of eves land: The've boete to pagan yine-i a ainine, With richest inicense tati'd. Oh! Ir f.ch rites. our pitv chain, The Brahmtin's sure Is firt: Who worships in iiis lig-trek Ifune - The Power his temple nurt. . M~.Engand' kin oneshelter gas c. When sorely pre. Ml Binwwick qpe.o, And one was uaifiu.s l iliiam's grnve, Though not as felons die-li therii. All lands have theirm-fro.o Phs shore To Ein's Oak. more dear to i-e Than all the tree...

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. — 9 August 1843

- "We will cling to the Pillars of the Tenmple of uer Liberties, and If in mat fall, we will Perish amidst the Rains." VOLIURE TIE1ef ort os,* C-, RsC 9, 15 ADGREEI.LD ADVERTISER -Sir W. ..DURISOE.PROPRIETOR. TERMS. Three Dollars per annmu, if paid in advamo --Three Doll.is and Fifty Cents. if not paid before the expiration of Six Months from the data of Subscription-and Four Dollars if no paid withis twel Months. Subscribers ou ofthe State are ' 1ed to pay in adhrace. No subscriptios received for less than one ger, and no paper discontinued until all arrear are id, aept at the option of the Pub All subscriptions will be continued unless ohrwie ordered before the expiration of the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers and becomin reposibleforthesame, shall receve 'he six* copy grats. A-srtiussatsonspicuously inserted at GI osat per square, (12 lines, or less,) for the first insertio, and cents, for each continuance. Thes' ^blished onthly, or quarterly will be ehsp $1 per seuar...

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. — 9 August 1843

MSCELLANEOUS* Lasu,.4ei nd Defamation.-A high nte'l itfriend, whose redective'm'ind - has been tunted to the defects in obr law of hl, has drawn our igention to the owing, from -he report of the Commit oS of the English House of Lord, on the Law of Libel, of which Lord CampbelLon laying it en the table of the House. gave s swe:et sum mary.-AMany Argus. With a view to allord protection to fair fame, to guard bonorable men from vein tios lrigatio'addfectually to put down tram in calumny, the committee have com togbilowing resolutions. viz : . . Thatan aeton for defamation should be maintainable for any words spoken withoutjust cause, tending to injure the reput n of another-e. g. words im puting want of chasttty to a woman, or want of courage or veracity to a man. 2. That in so action for words, unless the words impute an indictable offence, it shall be. to the jury, under the plea oget = or, nos dais4jfcalus. to con vider wCe ', under the circumtstances when the words were spoken. tf...

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. — 9 August 1843

02'The following Decree of Santa Anna. is published in the Diaro del Gobierno ofthe 96th afJane last:. Nijistry of War and Meris&-Antonio Lo pez de Santa Anna. meriting well of his c-un try. General of Divisoi. and President provi sional of the Republic of Mexi:o to the inha bitants of it-Know ye, that .un-siderng the eriminal and detestable practice of foreigners. belonogug by birth to ntious now livizg in Peace and amity with the Mexicans. 16 usury' ag their territory. in invading it with arms an band, by atackian the troops of the Republic, by despoiling thiur pro rty. and by commit tiang exceses worthy obands of robbers and pirates, that act without the pale of the laws of nations, and in e: that the tiate has arrived Is put an end to tse evils and scandalous pro ceedings. Ezereising tlie use in similar cases, because those whom tha geserosity and clean oney of tho Government ms pardoned. have returned to commit now agressions and to ear ry forward their injurious views,I ha...

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. — 9 August 1843

SVn Beadey's MiseLany. RAISING THE DEVIL An bagtbou nerve enough I' he said. That Old Man, above whose head Unaimnber'd years had roll'd - 'And but thou nerve to view,' he cried. .90 incarnate Fiend that Heaven defied I Aft tio indeed so bold ? t6ay, camst thqn with unubrinking gaze. Sasiin, rash youth. the withering blaze Of that unsartbly eye, Thea blasm wher'er at lights,-the breath '%at, like the Simoon. scatters death On all tat yet oa die! Dar'st thon confront that fearful rman, That rides the whirlwind and the storm la wild unholy revel? The termos. of that blasted brow, Arehangel's one. though ruain'd now Ay,-dars't thou face Tux Davn.I #Idere, the desperate Youth replied. And phseed biumsh that Old Man's side. n fiere and Irantic glee. UTbleached his cheek and firm his limb; -~atry nQe go In all his Gorgon terrors clad,' Is worst, his fellest shape! tie kad 'ined un reckless tone. 'la hen thy wish!' Albertus said. Aid sigh'd. and shook his houry head, With many a bitter gro...

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. — 16 August 1843

We will cling to the Pillar. of the Temple of our Liberlies, and if is mnass faU, wewill Perish namids the Ealam.. VOLUME ViI. E fou-t ouse, S. C., August 16, 1843. No. 9 IDGEF1ELD ADVERTISER BT W. F. DURISOE.P1[OPRIETOR. TERMS. - Dollars per annum, if paid in adrance '-Three Dollars and Fing Cents. if notpaid before the expiration of Six blonths from the date of Subscription-and Four Dollars if not paid withis twelve Months. Subscribers out ofthe Stale are requised to pay in adevace. No subscription received far less than one par, and no paper discontinued until allarrear ages are paid, ecrst at the option of the Pub All subscriptibas will be continued unless otherwise ordered before the expiration of the year. - Anyperson procuring five Subscribers and becoming responsible forthesameshall receive the sixth copy gratis. .dAeriwmca conspicosly inserted at 621 cents per square. (12 ines, or ess,) for the first insertion, and 435 cents, for each continuance. These published Monthly, 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. — 16 August 1843

Irp..hoU-bv a soldier's grave; hispmepoqy ofl ill Gring the Sol di,-tis.4 the same ill-fated spot ame the orfpooir Brenham, than whom a noble s ~rit never lived. Thei also. P..yaw'.in and desolate plain, are the 'reisof Fitgerakl, Ogden, Jones,East aad. ad others-names which shouhl be ebiished and eve -remembered by the constry of.1their adoption.. Alas! poor fellows ! though. met by a frte aisabappy and nomerited, without a mouinment or single besp to mark the fatal spot, and show to th passer by the destiny of the brave, "Fon memory ne'er wili be con trolled-tbey ne'er can be forgot." For several weeks we enterta;ned bright hopes of liberation, Ihaving been assured by the U. S. Minister, and others high in adtbority; thaLuesbonld be released on the 19th of Jose, which, we are told, is Gen. Santa Anna's birth day, and which time has passed, as you will- observe from the date of my lotter ; and more, all hope as ied .We have again resumed our f ^ 'ofC'inddifienee and despair. at 100...

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. — 16 August 1843

Franki. Couge-Mr. PickeaaVOra fon.'-The correspondent of the Savan nab Georgian thus adbe i'tlh' aiduding teremonies of t co omicemel At Atbens. At half pas 9A. M. Thursday, the two1 Societies, DemtheniaO and Phi Kappa. ,met in their respectiye' balls. and thence I marched i procession to the chapel, i where. after prayer by Rev. .tr. Brant oy, arn sratien was pronounced by the BoesF. W. Paekens of South Carolina. a memb'r i othe Phi Kappa Society. The abject of tb orator seemed t be to show j tbe superiority of American over ancient eiilization, and the causes which pro- g duced this difference. He iketched with a master's hand, the great elements of modern civilisation-the iuse of artillery- I t bs inventionofpeindag-the enfranchise-in meat of mind-the trial by jury of the i aligna Charta.-the noble principles ofr: true liberty, as laid down in our Declara- I ioe of Independence.-and last. though I greatesit of all. the Christian Religion.. It was charatteriszed throughout by elev...

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 August 1843

AA - &A CALL TO THE PEOPLE. Sons C. PuLez. Awd ~ ~ oeft Cries -b ire und son: Pim~lug, deganding sleep arise, gv-in be begun: y -elo ofyomr name, shadow of your fame, _jjaaspm*ymbatde won; - ca s~op o wat yeare T 2 mjad~asauersof OPPressiOn's car! health and life, nuborddi brunt of strife, ae walli. ye not bled for wortbless things, ntConebines and kmngt? llaiwe not toiled for all? A$ il thissadz hour. W~i the grap of power I 'Awake! but not in mpeid your breath In unavaili i;e Awake! bt giMo-deal in death. rtiue, cainage, blood and fire; Awakel but Uikto hurt the brand onu round the land. all our hope expre; LeTnageafce rise amidst the gloom, To u.ye to a deeper doom. ~~~e beare - ti-bre'si knaves. - thii ein thle air viegated Slaves. who, J0as4ike. I-etray, igh Anarchy. 'he way Tdaeons and tip gravesf; k no great reform. taid lne tonet quell thle stortu imorAl nhood ,hSong. with ental might. warm ersuasion on vour tonguie. To the cause of lbgb:; Leteases. cenete in the soul, Y...

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