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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 27 September 1843

"We will cling so bc iUnre of tb Temple of our Liberile, and if it must fall, we will Perish ansidst the Ruains." VOLUME Vill. EUehl Ou nt t ouse, *. U . Selptemiber C"1, 1843. N .3 EDGEFIELD ADVERTISER~ nT W. F. DURISOE.PtOPRIETOR. TERMS. Three Dollars per annum, if paid in advanae -hree Dollays and Fifty Cesits. if nit paid before the expiration of Six lonths firomt the date of Subscription-nd Fousr Doulars if not paid withis twelve lioitlis. Su,*crib--ra out of the State are requiied to pay M act nue. No subscription received foir le . ths. one year, and no paper disconti nuwd uiti! klizartt.nr Sare paid, except at the option of the Pub lisher. All subscriptions will be continued unless otherwise ordered before the expiration ofthe year. Any.person procuring five Subsc-ribers and becoming responsible forthesame. bhall receivc the sidl copy grtis. . Adverd,i.re conspicuously iserted tt 621 cents per square. (12 lines, or ess.) for tl:t first insertion. and 435 cents, for each cout...

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. — 27 September 1843

311 SELLAEOUS. S CRaaLsTon. Sept. 14, lb 13. To the President and Managers of the 6 'seral Bible SocieiCs in South Caro- 1 'ina. OUNTLEScEN:-The Executive Com- i mittes of the Bible Convention. address- ' ed a circular under-date of 1st May last, b tothe several Bible Societies of out State, refering to the journals ofihe Conventionb of December last, (packages of wItich were sent to eub Society.) and requesting their adoption or rosecution of the mnensures recommende in the Resolutions of that d Wody .b& year being now far advanced. the Cotmmittee beg leave to remind the several Societies, that the day fixed by the sixth resolution for the next meeting of 'he Bible Convention, is Tuesday the 2Sth day of Neembier next, and in reference to that meotiug, respectfully ask their attention o the Mwing tuatters, viz: First. That in order to enable the Ex ecuoive Committee to submit a Report of the operations of the year, each Society wil favour the Chairman, in confurrnmoy with the 7t...

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. — 27 September 1843

ANEw O.jaVs, Sept. 12. Lates from Teras.-The steamer Sa rab Burnes. Captain Franklin, arrived yesterday from Galveston. From ihe pa penswhich she brought we make the rot wing synopsis of news: The Texan re venue cutter Santa An na, from Matamoras, has brought despat ches from Mexico. Their contents are are not publicly known, but it Is believed they give ground to anticipate a peace favorable to Texa. Col. Warleld has arrived at Washing . ton, and reports, that after following the traders some distance on the Santa l''e road. be ascertained that they had formed ajunction with the army, and as they numbered five or six hundred, and he had only sixty men, he deemed it prudent to return to the settlements, % hich lie effec ted wtb safety. The colonel expresbes himself to be familiar with the country, and that the command of Col. Saively has also arrived in Fannin county a few weeks since. He isabout to publisha re port of the whole expedition. The British sloop of war Scylla return ed ...

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. — 27 September 1843

8URERIFF'S SALE. Y virtue ofsundry writs of Fieri Fa cias, I -will proceed to sell at Edge field Court- House, on the inst Monday and Tuesiay in October next, the fulloWing property: Benjamin McCormick vs Catharine Tankerslcy and George TauLeriley, the tract of laud, where defendant Cathanne Tankersley lives, containing one hundred and fifty acres, more or less. George Lomax vs Pugh Nix; Jerome Con vs the same, and Jehu Mouchet; Branmon & Mondy vs Pugh Nix, Wil. Bailey and James Builey vs Lugh Nix; one negro girt, Nance, the property of Psgh Nix. Vose. Hempstead & June vs Marcus Upson and Adua Johnmson,t wo negroes, viz: Edmund and Martin, the fellow Edmund is said to be a good Blacksmithand coarse Shoemaker. . Steedma3 & Merritt vs Benjnniia Bar ton, four hundred acres of laud,.more or less, where defondant lives, adjoining lands of Charles Hiolley. and others. James Eidson vs John Bridwcll, one wagon, two mules, and one mare. B. F. Gonedy, T. C. vs John Matrsli.one tra...

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 October 1843

-We will eUMg to se Pillar of the Temple of our Liberfles, and If Is mues fall, we wli Perish amidas she tains. vbev 4 t84.9 Ageftel vot os,8.Ccttr4,14.q.a IEDOZIpUBLU ADVEBTISIER at W. .DURISOE.PROPRIETOlO. TERMS. Thee Dollarsperanaum, Irpaid in edewue amaThre Dellas and Filly Cents. if not pail beare the * ation of Sax Months from th ida Sahus( . oud Por Dollars if ae Ysi' i twelwe Months. Subscriber. ou 6taeawi are requited to pay in adesae. te aSii*a received for less than o gVV, and nop per isconaued until all arrear a are p ' ,except at the option of the Pub -An sabenipliss will be continued unle. @haWs Edeued befoe the 6zpiration of the Procuring 6we Subscribers anC V rsq tsible for thesame,Shallreceive , ith copy gretis. "AdesildassattcoDpicuously inserted at 62 esto per square.(8 lnes, orless, ) for the fira inertion, and 431 cents, for eacb continamace 'lass bliished Monthly, orqnarterly wiil be ' i 1 per square for esetS insertaOn. Ad vsrtiementa ntot haviug the number of...

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 October 1843

,V LATER FROM EU IT Psa SAmsa Vac-res.eA LosnozSept.443. arlimment wa prsued by the - a . ugust wene Was more thah Odtaarily imp. siug' frsm behbubei ifbrlliantly dre ,; - - t." The Duke was loudlq 9' down to -the House ol alker entering the House eover to where the roreign am. baadors were stationed, apparently fot th'peed~o ofbpeaking to Mr. Evereti, they cordially shakitsg hands and entering into conversation. . The led buzzI outsideeannued'nh arrival oithe Queen and herconsrt. All risesor ue, on ifer Maijesly's entrance, an a remain sta'ading untill she says. "My 'rdbe seated.," i'riflos show the-fee lings oftbe unman. Har Majesty cannot psbe Prince Albert her equal in the eg othe law, but an aditional seat has thU year lieen erected to correspond with that of HlsMajesty for the use of the Prince, fi'rder, U is to be supposed that they Iay as least look equal. Amongst her other accomplishments the Queen is a singularly - heautilul rea de, so that the Royal speech. bides be og 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. — 4 October 1843

WEIIasDAT, OcToha 4. Sviai ding to C6h Pi"r of ts Tieple of -" LOOiMer defitaesstfaul, W wil A PrisA JOHN C. CALHOUN. *&Jst'is tae decsies of the Democratic Repuicwa Cmeiatios, to assemMUc i MayI14, uspvecemmeaded by the states ;fMarylasi Micigua,'eittucky. Lou a6na, N HuaMpshire. Masachauseus. g,4 a4U Missisuippi. b he Court of Commnon Po and Go eral Sessions of thi4 Dis:rict, commenced its asgalwFal Session on Monday lat, Judge ?vs presidiag. - W5'ti5fer NJsr. Geaurs.-We have ro sised thafollowing weturns, which we do not gi ea enti* ronret, of the votes polled at e'dectio held on Saturday the 30th ult. for i Major General of the First Division S. C. 3M., so fll the vacancy ocaesioned by the rhhlpta dae of General George McDuISe. DrFANTRY. - DouuM, Ons. Edgel-7th Reimeat, 41 1 - Mt " 27 3 19th 53 0 ,A 9e---8th a . 49 10 h '- 196 14 Gseenvil--3M 4 13 12 3dU '18 15 andlieta.-49d U 8 3 .5th" 8 30 2d" 0 46 4th" 4 54 CAVALRY. Greenvlle. I Ist Reginent. 38 3 42A 31 1 General Bohaim'...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 4 October 1843

-. W_ es i M t -A .-HAnBURGO dW to inona teir he p. their NE0MAITER Ro REM'aE, with large conue. . a I oar atache; is now completed s sh he prtbi street leading imaandesparofthid-own. rour feet thef2ii es a oarb actualsurvey, all buililings, whih ind convenietly situated . s and t a unloading wagne.. _1jasy ame now permaneutly located in this plaMe, and pledged not to speculate in Cotton en thir wen account, but to give their undive ded attention to te interest of their Cutomers, ad sa full opaed to attend to the Se, -- pW J -JeinANDMbE. --Tbeir will .b a*fuilows:-For sel Cott eenf perbale; Shiping do, ..- eem 'per ba*e - Couitaiion for buytag-o Merchasdse sad Producc 24 per oast. and Starage, in acordane wills the estab' sates, All Cotton. Floor, &c. isesived by the riverfe from wharfage. Lt. bereWedvanc' wil 'be naade when requiredl, ft auf '' ntl made to them. -',..burg,'Septr.9 if 33 Liecuter's Siale. . LL BE 8LD. at Edgedvld C H..on 4V "the first Hoiday in .ovember next, by...

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. — 11 October 1843

"We will cling s he Pillar"eOf the Tesple of our Liberties, and It Is limo fall, we will Perish amidst the RaIs." VOLMUME ViII. * .dUOUt11OUS, Seoey i, 1s48. NO. 37 IF DZOEFIELD ADVERT15EU ST W. F. OURISOE.PROPRZIETOR. TERMS. Three Dollars per annum. if paid in advance -Three Dollass and Fifty Cents. if not paid before the expiration of Six Months fro an the date of Subecription-and Fou ollarsa if not paid witbis twelve Montims. nthiserdewrs out if the State are requited to pay in adrante No subscription received fiar leps than one a., and no paper discontiued antil allarrear " are paid, except at the option of the Pull Al subeeriptioas will be continued unless Wherwise ordered before the expiration of tite year. Any person procuring five Subscriber* and becoming responsible for the same.s*hall receive the sixth copy gratis. Ad@_,e_-l=hs conspicuously inserted at 624 cents per square. (12 lines, or less.) for the first inserteon, and 431 c.-nts, for each contatuasce. 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. — 11 October 1843

.RE&GlIdU3. CIRCULAR LETrER. Tax EnoseatIn BArTIST AssoctATtoin To TUs Cuomncuu waruts uma 1-uiTS &cde Chrisialaints sazovaO Baurmars: . In sending forth this oar antnual epitek' permit us to cail your attention tothe principle of expediency as ezhibted-in the lne" of emeiie rfnrsvp a $d that which is set forth in the eiptures of Truth. Expediency, implies t.e adoption. or eefoer mansm. most proper or best calcnlhted to c somplish the rend desired; volition on the part of th actor, velative so the instrunentalities to be used, and the perTormance or oniissiou of ertain acts. with respect to aitendaunt circmu stances. and the-consegnenct'. most likely to re stlt from sch perTortmance or oumaison. That this principle is partially recognized by the revealed will rl'God is udi denied'; but that it is cretited within very narrow limit' is evident. While therefore, its being received and acteden in S*criptaralboainds has been and will be productive of the meet happy and bene fitia...

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 October 1843

1be.-The Greenvifle tiaaa:War ofthe inst., staes, that the Thrasher and Gin Hou of Edmund Waddill, Esqr.. was, with a larl guantity of straw and halef and about one hu dred b.arrcl6 of unshucked corn. destroyed t Are 6a the ight previous. MIr. W resid about two miles from the village of Green" ill The loss is estimated at ; or $600. and the f1 supposed to have been the work of an ince aNy. - The same paper states, that a negro nu belonging to the Wi-dow Green, three mit from Greenville, was runs over by a pass exen attached to a cart on Saturday the 30 Ilt., and almost instantly killed. gy The Phi~adelphin pal era state There h been serious Negro riots of late at LA isto fa. On a Stnnlay night. the loatmuenu nuse bied in considerable numbers anid attacked if art of the town in whicle tie negroes re-id Us order to disperse the rioters. the Shiemi 6omnd it r.ecesvary to order out two ronipani4 qlr volunteers, Awho scattered the mob and ca ared six eing leaders. WEATIER. CIOPS, &r....

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 October 1843

R EMAINING in the Post Office at Edgefeld C. H., on the 30sh of Sep tember, 1843. gr Persons *pplying for letters adver Uised, will please ment iou it. A, Attoway, William Bird, Eldred N Brunson, William Broid, Miss Emma Bonwell. David Butler. Seth Brooks. Samuel Briant. Robin Brooks. Mrs. Ann Balen, Esq. Brown, William, Beall, Jeshua C. Cloud. John Clegg. James 11. Carey. J. F. D. Derm, Miss E. Dav. Julius Daniel, William Deloach, L. E. Evans. Hand J Elsmore, S. or C. Evans, Capt. Benj. Fay, James G. Gibbs. Jasper Gardner. S. E. Glover, D. N, Galphin. Geo. Gilbert, Jno. Grifin, Richard Gearthy. L Glover, R. D. Gaiger, Dr. W. W H. Hill, Mrs. Mary 2 Homes. Wyeut Harris. Jo. 2 Hiallingqwovrth. J. 11 Hagood. Miss E. Hatcher, Benj. w. Harvey. Thomas B Harrisan, D. J. Janes, Boliver Janes,D. P. K. Key, T. B. Koos. Uriah Keith, Dr. T. F. Koon, Miss Mary A Kivniard. A. P. L. Ldrord. Eli Littleten, William Lewis. William Lowe. Dennuis Lake Thomas Lanhato. T. W. Lake, Dr. A. M. Marvin. D. 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. — 18 October 1843

"We will cling se the Pillars of the Temple of or Liberties, and if it muss fall, we will Periah amidst the RUins." VOLUM E VIII. VA1 XItU .tUi olu usiet, %. v ., O ct 'tT NO. 38 EDGEFIELD ADVERTISEXI W. F. DURISOE.PROPRIETOR. TERMS. Three Dollars per anmsn. if paid in adranre .-Three Dotlata asid Fitti Cei.ts. it nti paid before the expiration of S:tx Mlonths fruan the date of Subhicription-and Four Dollar o amot paid withic twelve Mloths. Suha!,wridwers out of the State are requited to pay it: adraare No tubscription received for less Oh:en vae year, and no paper discootntued until all arrear ages are paid, except at the option of the Pub lisher. All subscriptioas will be continued uiless otherwise ordered before the expiration ofthe year. Any perison procuring five Subscribers anad becoming responmsiblle for the ame. shall receive the sixth copy gratis. Adartiseaseats tennspicuously inserted at (24 coats per square. (12 lines., or lev..) for the first insertion, and 4.1 cents, fo...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 18 October 1843

Frms he carlatea Vercury. , . NEw Yona Oct.8& Ana~st oir Tt OGRMAT WasTX. The Gueat Western. Captain 1. from Liverpool 23d alt., arrived y. Moning in the harbor at 101 o' bet usual punctuality. The disturbances in Wales centinue, and are becoming more serious, leading te the loss of several lives. * The account from the Manufacturia Districts cotinve to be favorable. There has been a grand review at Her li, at wbicb the King or Prusisi. the Emperor of Russia. the Prince Royal ol Sweden, and his daughter, Princess Euge ala, whb many other distingushed per sees were present. Two English Quakers. Aloxander and Wigen, had arrived at Compenhagen, ts convince the Danish.tGovernment or the expediency to abolish slavery in the Dan Ish West India Islands. The'National German Gasetie, or the 9th instant, announce' that a nen conspi. racy had been discovered in Warsaw, and that more than 100 persons had been ar 1eaL4 These is no news yet of the long mis. sing Indian mail! It is now more th...

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 October 1843

tales a wrench fell and hrca agles datlaijohn C nOUsg sprits of tcrpont ne; I wiped up as sch as I could; -1 the went down to 'he e=linder whore they were at work to see how much of the sparits had run down. I was on my way to the Chief Enginecr to report tim ejacewarances of bleaking the demijohn, and had just got outhe besttA deck ladd-r. ahd had not reached the spar deck. before I heatd the cry uS l:e. I turned round unmedately, anod aw e gatmes brstun far urough ine grut - a aboe the .team chewt'; I ran onl deck. got a becket, and eideavored to exting uish the "Wlliam J. Williams states--I was tiy the staang bar in the engine room at work on the ouoide of the cylinder; we heard sinethintg drippling do Vn, and we sung out to SuSt-- nut to be droppiag his wates here. (lor theme its ssually a bucket of water kept in ie stoure room above;) he said you need not lie araid, no more would be coning down; %%e went on in our work, and the frat thing I heard Clum sing out tre; at the saume...

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 October 1843

UST met r o opening. a splear did stceeks - DRY GOODS. suitable fur the seasonatveomprising the 0100 v" ipy of articles ti ia iu. or huiAnes'Th J. 0. B. FOJJz. N1tamuhrg, Septr. 22 tf 35 Blankets. Kersey. & Linseys B Y the pie.-e or larger qu!tit. . of suiPe i i->r quality and low irces.just received and for sale low, by J.d irm1 J.0. B. FORD. tAinerg Septr 2- tf 35 New aNl &~Winter Goods. TIE Subscribeis are now receiving and opening tleeir Stock of Fall and Winter ?~d; Coanpisinag a ecsuplete atutn aent of Fancy & St aple Dry Goods. Hardware, Cotlerv, Crockery. Hats. Shos, Wud Saddlery. Blanketiand Kerpeye. and almost every aiele that is usunly k.r in this ranrket, they call the attention of their friendi sad the pubohgencrally to examine their .tick. KPRESLEY & BRYAN. s.-ept.6 f 35 elRew FaIl & Winter Goods. riberMrespectfuilly iurorn. their a'ad the public generally ing a large- and -pe-t. did fel' nd wint,-r Gods. pur. l*h in NW York. Philaidelpah:. and C...

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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. — 25 October 1843

TM' A "We will cling tos be Pillars tor the Temple of our Librice, and if is mmmle fall, we Will Prerish amidst the Ruinus.91 VOLUMYE VHiOi "1?&ViAC& IQUYiL 11O)1A~t,~.L ~ I~~~O S2N .3 ZDGEFIE.LD ADVEBTISEC, aT - W. F. DURISOE.PROPRIETOR. TERAiS. Three Dollars per annum. if paid in adeouaA .-Three Dollars and Fiftj Ceats. if nut paid iore the expiration of Sax Mothav rroo: the date'ti Subscription-and Four lollars if not pakawithin twelve Miontim. Subseribers -aut of the Stae are requiied to pay i. adverce No subscription received f..r less th:n one year, and no papetrliscontinued until all arrear ages are paid, except at the uptiot. of the Pui. lisber. All subseriptions will be continued usaless otherwise orderedhefore the expiration of the year. Any persoti procuring fire Subscribers and becoming responsible fo the same, shall receive the sixth copy gratis. AdesfriseumatsconsOpiCUOUsly tuserted at 64 cents per square. (12 lues. or less,) for the first inmertion, and 431 ce...

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 October 1843

IeLITICAL. Fro theN. o.a f Come. MR. CALHOUN. Tbe palioicaBIposition of this gentlemla' is, ancfalways has been, peculiar. Re ha commanded the voiesof the whole cOon try'at an election, and been close, by 6 unaimous acclantion, Vice President 0 the United States yet h never had a par t1, in the common neceptatinn of that term 'bere never has been, between him an any set of politicians through the country any arrangeevnt fur mutual support. I bGwcr.elected President tomorrow, thee would not be a man in the whole counir to whom. he sould owe the least obliga - ion, or % ho could claim any thing of him 1r. Calhoun has never taken any part it arranging elections; he has never had wire to pull, or machinery to manage. but bai been a mere spectator, and has alwayi treated his own prospects, whseu he ha been a caudjiate, with less interest that altost any other man has treated them. His friends have uaever done much to or. *aizo -themselves. They were in oh times the whole country. and so ...

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. — 25 October 1843

slort one. The bls are wanting, and the %Wdobe idppose wiN be cuto 'itthe frost which a- And this moraisg. The gilanters with whomi have conversed in this neighborhood, ay that the clop will be shrt at Ist one. fparth td olle-third t what it was last Year." The @am paper states, that " by a gentle man wie arrived from Lexington District and St. Nathew'es Parish, we learn that there was a kiling frost on the night of the 14th instant. Cotton, Pas, and 1otatoe vines were killed." - -The same paper of the 19th inst., contains the following extracts from letters received in theatcity. the Art of a recent date from the up pe part of St. John's Berkley, and the othe' rom Black Oak, dated the 15th inst. "I regret to say that the picture of the Cot ton crop is more dark and dreary than any that has been presented to a St. John's beholder fos many years past. I have visited and examined most of the plantations in Upper St. John's fro'. the Eutaw Springs down, and have re. eived information o...

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. — 25 October 1843

SHEIIEEFJ'S SALE. B y 'utue ol snadry writs uf Fieri Fa ias, I wll proceed to sell at Edge: field Cuurt1louse, on the first 31onday Mad Tues lay in November next, the fulloiang property: tpawsuo Atkinson, vs Martha Prior; William i% ilzou, vs the same. 70 acres - land, more or less. adjoinlip lands of To. bias Prinir, the tract tof land wbere Murtha Prior lies, aud the lauds ofL the Estate ol John I Gray. , Elijah Wh1son. sen., vs Orasha Haney, one hunitdrrd and *evtt) Ii %e acres of laud, soe or les, adjoiniug lands of Natihau .Nurr Obed Dunue und others. Parks & Barker, vs Williain Strom; the same, vs the saie, one hundred and eigh ty acres of land, more or less, % bere de fendant now lives. adjoining lands of .lary Strum, Eda:ood Boyd and othets. Unuries Lamar, vs terhug Powell and James Powell, the tract of land w bare the defendant James Pooeil lives, adjoining ands at Jacob Waie and others. Samuel Stevens .,nd Ephraim Andrew,. Vs William Waguer. one hundred acres of lan.t....

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
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