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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 20 March 1844

"ole e will cling to the Pillars of the Temple "( our LiIberiemg andi it iu fall.su~ai will Persh amidst the BIin.' SO U"iYE lg... Eaea -. . do se 'S t.*~ , ar c 2 X44. EDGEFIELD ADVERTISER BY~ W.F. DURISOE; PROPRIETOR. NEW TERMS. Two Dollars ana Fifty Cents, per annum, ifpaid in advance-Three Dollars if not paid before the expiration of Six Months from the date of Subscription-and Four Dollars if not paid within twelve Months. Subscribers out of the State are requited to pay in advance. No subsciription received for less than one "ear and no paper discontinued until all ar rearages are paid .except at.tho option of the PtbJisher.t All subscriptions will be continued unless. otherwise ordered before the expiration of the year. Any person procuring five Subscriberd and becoming responsible for the same, shall re ceive the sixth copy gratis. Advertisemcnts conspicuously inserted at 62j cents per square, (12 lines, orless,) for the first insertion, and 431 cents, for each continu ance....

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. — 20 March 1844

'umber as 5tito- wbczte ;Mrassachu-: setts resolutioci epe: referred. An attemptaasimade to introduce reso lotions of jsmillreiinsport from theLegis lture o Jbama: butwithout success. Tli s.aisder of the day was'devoted to the coiideration of the bill of Mr. Dui can, which provides for the=casting of all 'the, ftaor President and Vice Pres.. nt on the sate day. 'o deginite action was bad thereon. l irDuncn has the foor ii continuation to morroW. z ,.- :arch 7. IntheSenatgallr ;the resentation of Petitions, a_--esolition was submitted by Mr. Walkerisuting the Post Office. Committee:teoislder the expediency of providing by law 'for the transmission of foreign letters. Mr.-Archer presented tesolutions of the Legislature of Virginia, similar- to those presented in-the House yesterday, strongly denouncing those resolutions of the Mas achusetts Legislature which propose to cut off the slave representation He moved the printitig of -all -he resolutions on the subject, but at the reqest of....

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. — 20 March 1844

sgia aroUss-Tio St. Augustine News f the 9th inst. contains the followiogextract m a letter received in that city, dated Fort ashita, A. T., 7th January. "The Seminole Chief, Wild Cat, came up ere on a hunting excursion witli-about 30of his party. He expressed himself dissatisfied ith the manner he and his tribe has been trea ted by the Government He said that they were promised good land, but that he had not .yet found that goed land. He looked like a demon when speaking, of his wrongs, and boasted of his attrocities and the blood he had ahed in Florida." Loss -y Fire.-The Savannah Georgian of the 12th inst., states, that on the night of the 6th inst., a fire broke out on the estate of Col James Dunwoody, in McIntosh Co. Georgia, 'which 'destroyed a large three story barn, 50 by -40 feet, which contained the balance of this, and a part oflast year's crop of Rice, provisions for plantation use. &c., the entire eto. k of seed Rice, with one of Darkens' improved thrashers. The con...

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. — 20 March 1844

-i an:. ^. u:tr .'- - _ am;p', SHERIFF'S SALE. Y viite of sundry writs of F:eai Fa 'cias! will proceed to sell; ,,dge field Conrnt fouse, on the fire M dal and Tntie-ay in- April next . o .mg IrptherRolvs Charles a ma bram Alathaes and Samuel M: Mthews vs the same; 'N;L. Griffn vs~b samdand Lewis Elizey, the House -.and it in the town of Hamburg knowo as thde American Hotel, occupied at this time by Robert R. Hunter a..Public Tavern. Also, two: nero slavesn o wit : Charles and Bob. S l iram:Roberts, Trustee of Mary.Rob erts; y s Robert McCullough, the traek of land where the defendant lives, codtaining seven hundred and fifty lactes, tet :or "ess, adjoining Washington \Vise and oth: ers.. 'Also, seven negro slaves, to wit'Tom Luiiday. Ephraim, Viney, Riiter: 'dy and Mariah. Terms, Cash. -H. BOUL WARE sE -" larch 9 4 - 4 C --.SE R F 'S ' S A L E . - y. virtue of an-order from the Court of. B Common Pleas,-Iwilliproceed to sell-in the Town of-Hamburg,~ on'Wednesday t1e. 20th day of Ma...

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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. — 27 March 1844

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 27 March 1844

Mr pennedy, o agnan8, spoke during the morning hour minavorf the:resolution, after which Ae subjecrtf as again postp ed till otmbrrow lrD. Ialoole from the Committee o fWays andue ai sto whom hadbeen ro fcrred the bil repealing so mucf othe pre-eiiptio Act as authorizesa dis ngrbu lion of the proceeds froin the public land oMierodJimesame-with-a recodmi e daoO thafit~ipals. He .accordingy w ed the engrossaOt of theiill A m'otonvas le however, to refer the hi oniitee of the Whole. t Miiobjected He obseiv edbtri ofthe latids at presesnts fari t iy 'hich the:distritifia warx lte4SlTidieing the case, ibdla was infac lyeady virtually repealed lessrs rnard and Henleywarmnl oppo a'J"betolinoclAo engross. :~eyd sired time for debate,; _ . Mr. Bowhr saidt, subject had bees debated by every ,s. $oruto n the co tr ad if e de or a n tb zild fovu ,e ,, of preious question, 6t w itldrew it tn ordes to allow Mr. McClernaid to maje.ori 're The .latter then renewedgb mi rar the previous quesit, A; a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 27 March 1844

EDGEF~~% f t' _ m me,..'. . ea -~aa ". tOit cling ta the Pillars of the 'teap of our Lfibertws and af itmust fall, ecill PcrzA m.Mt the Ruins," -' We are-again reqiested to state, ihattn tes uemberofthe continued absence ofa U nu6mWr. den'tbS wembera of the "Edgefield Debating So ;y, ;who were take part in the debate of last uig, the meeting, which was to have taken plice, was postponed until Friday evening next, "the 29th inst. ; .DQ We call the attention of our renders to the Address and Resolutions of the Central Committee, to the Democratic Republican Par ty of ihis State, which we'publish upon our firstpage to-day. We reqnest all to give them a careful perusal, as w~e feel satisfied that their merits, will amply repay them for their trouble. Ino'ur. opinion, the course proposed by the Coanittee,,relative to sending Delegates to the Baltimore Convention,- Is the correct. and only one, under present circumstances, that they could have suggestedso as to avoid the ch'arge of Incons...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 27 March 1844

-,~ ~ ..................... ............. - r. h ' aLevvis' atplo sElia&WPloUfLath~ r' tey~and' Reubieahlt~i~WflCfa las W alia <e_ _0 rt i~ly; iiiiani lover an iofer& vs Simneon Con ne".I" o. ..,, '~iBOULWA RE, s. :$ o . vir~~!ntue- of sundry writof 'Fin'FT -_ eias, 1 will: proceed to" e1l24It e , 'field Gour Houae, on the 6 s;ba b heh?'ini Aprl nest, t o r~g Luther 11.11 'CManes,.amai4." Cram; 'lla thews acr t e1 .zMuu~ew.y the. . America e o'Icctiiled at this iime~bv Utobtert nnterKss. a :Public Tav.rn Also, two: mbttaVOS,to A &Cb~aea~i l Bob. igam! Robe rr~eeotI.ary -Rob '~ s'Rbbert"MeCulrough ihe tract of 'Ian hi e the defendant lives .containng seve'n buidreid and fifty' acres, more; or, lcs}'adjoit~i' '~ashiagtwn, Wise, antioth, era. Also ;se aiegm ~alaviw to wit. Fern, Lrnoday(.7.kibp Vine , Raitesi, -Judy; N'1ew Spin Summer" * f~HE Subscribers beg-leaive to announce to "3 T their friends. customer, and the public genaerally, that they hiave tiltc.ived; and wil...

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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. — 3 April 1844

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 3 April 1844

high .mo hbIlows, as ii bore ,te.su perip n of ii Godhead? 2il'fg aiuabbndt 'What htave you-done iythat eye, with which he was wom to' l 'erec objiav'len iand se inhis tit rroihii ae of his God what Egyptais .ru haveyou poured into his veins, ataiyuned the ambling fountains of the heat into b1sckt and Gurni tch: Gime .bck usban Undo yourbasilisk spells, an gie ae back the man that stood with thr ailiaer!" CONGRESSIONAL Coarespoadenc of C$rlelonPatric Wass ueToa,-March 21. : in the Senate about a dozen memorials were presented. hMr. Bucbau:fr n 'Pennsylvanie, protesting against any change ia the preseOt Tariff Act. li eaiso presente4 snemorials from col=' oi'red ople o f, yIaga8a; protesting aggnst slavry.. These were disposed of in the uisuaTiumtnary ay. Mr. Evans gave noticeathat .inasmuch as Mr Benton is now able to attend, he tij o,Monday move to take up the reso oniof the FinanceCompttee, recom meding the indefiite ipostponement of MrMIcDuise's TfritfBill. Mr.Evaos also gave not...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 3 April 1844

Roanoke Rail Road post Fnday even'g last. The fats 3Ahus stated-inte 1e tershuri pa#~r :f%' The LocoT oftve, tilla train ofif rtrtij two burden sts,.1efr the Depots of the Petersburg a1 ,-e Ro d at abogt h o'clock.. M ang the 6 ret curve oi theirpad, t was diicorered that one othe. Cars had gotoff h teiraet, and- the. Enghe} was of-course: immediately stopped h Engineer getting dowf u to . a atea the nature of the diflicuty as soon as the Car bad been aria placed onthe track, the Enineer returned thi s'post and put the Eigini in e tibn.W sooetit had he done so; tbigth'e titietLa t ' tearing the engine t2ato and neer literally into h killing a negro .man, b~vai ar irant and injuring another: much. Tbeexplossionwas a tremendous one, _p iiitg been heatd all over ibe town, and producing a shock lika that of an-earth quake. Fragments of it were blon to a great distance. We sawe-a piece of the boiler, weighing at least 200 pounds, which had been blown more than two hundred yards, falling ...

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. — 3 April 1844

" =e' =g ng Sutncalr, 7 BR Subscrbers beg leite to ana iu to 'Mtlo ifriends. enstomiorsa dtbeP L t Renerg it.they ilt. just recei ed and will Ce oenni asplendi-stock'?-Oft B which iii adi heiffrmerstock, will enable thai1 bGv-a beautiful assortment of Goods a!eto sit the season Theirsatop t nl h in part, as follows i : ? w'% n l ORLADtIES ,WEAR,;: A o ment'df FANCY PRINTS, (ev p aety : G traiagd Mourning ditto. Pv ii~li ,inghams, (new style,) Rici .ted Lawns, Balzarisies, (new and handsqne styles.) Fancy Shawls I ddies Cravats. 'A general assortrnit of hosiery, Glove & ?IitIi -DimiCiyinduich worked Mustin"otelars, Cardinal Capes, and large NeI ttshawls, ALSO, 1e rstyle Bounets d&ribbons. " GENTLE3:EN's WEAlt, Line *friI gs, Gambroons. Merinotassimeres, Cottanades, Nankeens,&c, A good assortment of Fine while and black HATS, Palzn eajaid',Le'born, for men and boys. "D-O ESy [C GOODS-' Brown and. bleacled iitings and Sheetiogs, Bed Tickings,'ii per&c. Men's, Boys, and ...

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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. — 10 April 1844

- r *---. - 'a- t We will lun to. thePillars of the Temple of our Liberties, and it a: must fall, we will Perish amidst the Euins -- VOLUME 1. E&dtffeX&ourtfMouse, . C., pril 10, S444 *.1.* EDGEFIELD ADVEII.TISEIR BY W.F. DURISOE, PROPRIETOR. - NEW TERMS. Two Dollars and Fifty Cents, per annum, if paid in.advance-Three Dollars if not paid before the expiration of Six Months from the -date of Subscription-and Pour Dollars if not paid within twelve Months.t Subscribers out of the State are required to pay in advance. No subscription received for less than one year, and no paper discontinued until all ar rearages are paid, except at the option of tie Publisher. All subscriptions will be continued diless 'therwise ordered before the expiration of the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers and becoming responsible for the same, shall re ceive the sixth copy gratis. Adcrtisemcats conspicuously inserted.at 621 cents per square, (12-lines, orless,) for the first insertion, and ...

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. — 10 April 1844

" ndence o pharleston Patriot. WASHIIoGTON, larch 28 'the Senite; as usual, nirnierous me norials in favor of.the present tariff were presented and referred.. 4 Meiorials were, presented frot: the Iron Maniufacturers of Pennsylvania and other places. earnestly protesting against the passage of the.bill to remit the duty on imported Rail Road Iron. rWright presented memorials against the annexation of Texas. sAfter the disposalgf private business. the.Senate resumed the consideration of the Tariff resolution. -Mr. Simmons resumed and concluded his remarks from yesterday, in favor of the present tariff, and in reply to Mr. Ben ton. Tho latter rejoin a. some length, and .re-asserted his forme views. In the House, a report was made from the Committee on Public Buildings, in favor of using the Drummond Light for il luminating the Hall for its evening ses sions. This singular light is produced by themniting of two jets of oxygen and ni trogen, upon a piece of unslacked calined lime, in a ...

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. — 10 April 1844

a wealthy or a sober mn; atid ,showet that in almost every,.instance it obtailed misery, poverty and .disiresss upon their families, andtheir. children. What a corn mentary for those engaged in' this basi: ness, when such are its results. To the ladies he turned -in co-nelusion, uind soli cited their- powerfulinflucuce in. the cause, as those who of all others have most to gain. or to louse. Had not each one of them a father, a husband or -a brother, or per chance, one dearer than a brother,- that by her influence or example she might win to a life of sobriety and virtue ? They might all be sober men now; but were they not surrounded by dage'rous and powerful temptations? na thoughtless moment she might ofTer the firstglass, and thus give her sanction to drinking. That fisrt glass. offered by the band of beauty and incocence, has often proved the "ruin of an amiable and beloved 'husband or brother. The full force of example-who can.estimate ; and where the ladies have taken an activ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 10 April 1844

" :AMst- of ~ er; Roigoiing in the Post. Office, qr Edge= 5ecd'oort House S; C., on the 1st ay Hof April, 1844. A A kins, Thomas Ayres, Win. M. Atttison Mrs. M. - Brooks, J'ohn:'' 'Brogsden, Mr. B~reithauis,~ ' Blaid, Avory C. Cawdes H Colvin, E.. Clark, m. W - Caine, Dr. Sampson Chijly, J. S. Collier, Burwell, Collins, E. S. D. Dunkin, Brantley Doivd, C. A. Delaughter, John Delaughter, Miss E. Devans, John. E. Evans, T. G. Elder, Herbert -Ellzey, Lewis F.ldr, H. B. Fulmiore, John Jr.. Freemnan, L. Farrow Miss J. K, Fair, John H. G. Green. James H. Holmes, S. Hancock, John Harris, Mrs. Hamilton, Lucy V. Harris, Wiley Harrison, Wiley Hodges, Mrs. Julia Head, Miss Geor. Harrison, S. C. J.. Jones, 0. W. Johnson, Adna L. Lipscombe. Mrs. Lipscombe, Julia B. Landrum. Mr. C. Lipscombe, John Lipscombe, Wet M. Mitchell, Abraham Morris, Thomas Mays, Dr. R. G. Moore, Jamrs Morris, Mrs. Jane Moore, Henry Mills, Thomas S. Mair, Edward " eClendon, T. N. Napper, T. D. Michols. Mrs. R. 0. Outes, Ge...

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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. — 17 April 1844

-.-"we will cling to the Pillars of the Temple of our Liberties, and if it must fall, we will Perish amidst the Ruins." VOLUME 11. E&gefiel Court douse, 8. C2. Apr l 184. N. 1 . EDGEFIELD ADVERTISER at . F. DURISOE, PROPRIETOR. NEW TERMS. -.Two Dollars and Fifty Cents, per annum, .fpaid in adeance-Three Dollars if not paid before the expiration of Six Months from the date of Subscription-and Pour Dollars if not . tid within twelve Months. Subscribers out *ifthe-State are requited to pay in advance. ' 14o imbscription received for less than one, ,ar/and no paper discontinued until all ar seaages are paid, .except at the option of the fiblisher. Al~ subscriptions will be continued unless otherwise ordered before the expiration of the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers and ecoming responsible for the same, shal re eive the sixth copy gratis. 4daertiscments conspicuouwly inserted at 26A ceuts per square. (12 lines, orless,) for the sratinseruton, and 434 cents. for each con...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 17 April 1844

cirteagpe 'f charlestoa Patriot. WASHINGTON, April 4. Intiie.Senate this morning, there were as usual; numerous petitions against the annexation of Texas, or any change in theyresent tariff act. fi-. Breeze introduced a bill author ising the sale of the several mineral lands in the Territories. He also gave noice of a bril.to abolish the West Point Acad emy. In. the House, the consideration of the Army Retrenchment bill was received in Committee of the Whole. Ater a speech from Mr. Coles, an amid neet'"was agreed to which. abol ishes punishment by stripes in the Army, and substitute imprisonment at hard labor for a term of years. not less than one, and not more than six. Mr. Holmes moved to amend the bill by providing that in future no private soldier shall be compelled to attend a place of worship where such attendance is prohib ited4by the church to which he belongs. Mr..H. made a brief but pointed speech, in support of his amendment. Mr. Petii, of Ia., followed: He said he was gl...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 17 April 1844

tars, for her inpcarance at the June term. of the District Court. Her husbangi be came her bail and- she was discharged. Subsequently she was compliined of as a common drunkard, and sent to- the house bf correction for thi;iy days. EDGEFIELD C.. H WEDN ESO&T, APRL 17, 1844. fir 4 i lYe will cling to the Pillars of the Temple of our Liberthes.and &fit mustfall, we will Perish amidst the Ruins." IT We are requested to state that the Cam bridge Agricultural Society, will hold its Anni versary meeting on the first Friday in May next, at which time, it is expected, that the Hon. F. W. Picaars will deliver an Address. IE'We are indebted to the politeness of the Hon. A. Burt, for several public documents during the past week. 27 The weather for the last eight or ten days has been extremely warm and dry for the sea son. The gardens are suffering for rain. The fruit trees, which we had feared.was ruined by the frost, are in a flourishing condition, and. barring accidents, we shall 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. — 17 April 1844

SHERIFF'S SALE B Y~viitue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa-. cias, will proceed to sell at'Edge field Court House, on the first Monday and Tuesday in May next, the' following -property: Luther Roll, vs Charles Lamar, Abram Mathews and Samuel M.3lathews, vs the same; N. L; Griffin and others, vs the same, the how e and-Lot in- the Town of Hamburg, known as the American Hotel, occupied at'this-time by Robert R. Hun ter;as-a-Public Tavern. Wade Glover, vs John Scealy, the tract of land. where the defendant lived at the time of his death, adjoining lands of A. Sibley, (formerly the lands of Wiley Mil ton) and others, lying on Big Horse Creek. E. B. Presley, vs Caleb Broadwater, one sorrel horse. Brannon &Mundy,vsJohn C. Thomas, the interest of the defendant in three hun dred acres of land, more or less, adjoining lands of Batte Howard and others. Lewis Sample and others, vs Elias Wal ton. Nathan Riley and Reuben Morgan, one negro girl, Liley, the property of E. Walton. Michael Barr, Admi...

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