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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 29 May 1844

. 190 *" a% will cling to the Pillars of the Temple of our Liberties, and if it must fail, we will Perish amidst the Esius." - L b VOLUMEII IX Edg idou'rt~ouse, S. t., Io 2 , X844. O S... EDGEFIELD ADVERTISER BY W. F. DURISOE, PROPRIETOR. NEWV TERMS. Two Dollars and Fifty Cents, per annum If paid in advance-Three Dollars if not pai before the expiration of Six Months from th date of Sbscription-and Four Dollars if no paid within twelve Months. Subscribers ou of the State are requited to pay in adrance. No subscription received for less than on< jcar, and no paper discontinued until al ar ?rearages arc paid, except at the option of tih Publisher. All subscriptions will. be continued unless ot'herwise ordered before the expiration of the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers anc becoiing responsible for the same, shall re ceive the sixth copy gratis. Adocrtisements conspicuously inserted al 621 cents per square, (12 lines,orless,) for the first insertion, and 431 cents, for e...

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. — 29 May 1844

CONGbRESSIONAL Coriwqpondence of the Charleston Patriot. WASHINGTON, May 16. In the Senate this morning, there were a'susual, petitions in favor and against the annexation of Texas. The Select Committee appointed on the case of Mr. Niles, made a long report, setting forth that Mr. N.is of sound mind, and in every way qualified to take his seat. The report was unanimously concurred in, whereon Mr. Niles was sworn, and took his seat. The remainder, of the day was spent in Executive Session'on the Texas treaty. The message of the President last night,' .relative to the Military and Naval demon. strations he has ordered on the frontiers of Texas, and at Vera Cruz, has created great excitement. In such a state of things t'is uncertain when the session will ter minate. Mr. Adams asked leave, to present a memorial setting forth that there are gross errors in the-compilation of the last cen sus, relative to colored ptrsons in the free States. Leave was refused, whereon Mr. A. moved ,a suspe...

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. — 29 May 1844

press our views on a question, in our opin ion, of greater importance to the United States, and particularly the southern por tion thereof, than any which the country has been called to ilecide, since the De claration of ludependence-that, if there over was a time imperiously demanding the sacrifice of.all party viens and univer sal devotionto the public safety, that time is the present, when the most imminent danger threatens the tranquility and con tinued union of the confederacy. "That we regard the people of Texas as our brethren in every respect, but chief ly emigrants from our own country, who carried with 'them to the far West the same love of freedom, and the institutions for its preservation, which distinguish the Unied States-that whatever may be their destiny, we can but feel a lively interest in their welfare. and sympatbise with them, as we have dpne, in all the events of their fMture history. " That we consider the re-annexation of Texas a matter of national policy sus...

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. — 29 May 1844

* 1YSCELLA1,EOIJS. 'A -Projected Elopement Nipped in the Bud.-There was quite an alarm and a very pleasant Bare up in New York on Sunday evening, growing out of an at tempted elopement of a.very respectable young lady with a young gentleman equal Jy respectable. Some persons passimg a street was alarmed by cry of murder; the y ce that of a female. Several persons went towards the spot, and saw two young 12lies running front the house, minus their bonnets screaming at the top of their voices for help. When they got to the scene of action two young mhen were found grap pling in the area by the basement door. They were soon separated, and on making some inquries they learned that there had been an elopement planned and brought to maturity between one of the young gentle man and one of the ladies: but the arrange ment had leaked out through the treachery of a jealous sisterof t he-heroine, & the ot h ergentleman was the brother of the ladies, who, anticipating the arrivalof t.e he r...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 5 June 1844

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Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 5 June 1844

.- A S YA5UwdThiI y D severaL on s jj ivf~ :f htanatton. " iiseu aeat anid et~~u w eas adooted iig te dily. meeting of .Mr; McDutie having R exeidv 5O3 ui esterdayt sbmid a ;jint resol u tion for 1".:gnoer of hi s tentio. t trasfer i.L e i5atie Session A toh - ho w ever- o'-Mr. Berrien, at .erd''that tebnotice should-be given wnib' aOaUtirVe Session. br.Pi'oVidilg for theredemption of a! icancelled Treasury Notes, fraudu .ilt~y ut in circulation, but in the hands nocent holders, was, after debate, read a thrd time and passed. The.Senate then ,went into Exectve Session and-resumed the; consideration of . . .Texas-Annexation question-. - ebe Housea considerable time was - aci ' "in disposing- of a motion of Mr. . bo print:certain resolutions adopted : na eetiag .in.Georgia,.in favor of the immediate annexation of Texas He did not succeed TbeosQff ie, appropriation bill was then{Aakecnupithe. question being on an -amendment of the -.Committee of -the Whole, abolishing the office of Spe...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 5 June 1844

~ -xS=7. + O~ .; 1 - ".**t -'3 luked by his * l censi triotism 4e, - 5IesodTe e favorable to annelbatroi bi" to all legitiniate ejhbit for the datigyi ofg isr and diat e'ort'th asseiil ' to mane nexationof of thetim; ~ , supportli au' -? doess no ucar - wst' teim t st t of ~ ~ ~ u tu e ett ie d r m ' tte. gravaina th:,, I'igbf$ 1&2 an et eon ti' thlo to i6 a -i a !3#ilnW WiBAghd e~ by 01 * 'to~ted ade Vit ' jsoasaderabla, z- mow- . as soy " t epen i tIposof own Trriteinae e batt of San Jacinto, - -itseldontisasiVe been removed, by the ltimiotis, and many respects, eloquent . cital of the prowinent facts and citdumstancee connected si er-ietneresting struggle for in' riepen 'e'mee : hatldabtesoevessay have existed as tiithe'true1olicyoft-the States in rela.hti -geb t teyede oLved in a iity, hiih neustiitrike egery patriot:withi irre aitible fotce It= is'not a question between Mexico and Texas; as preteiided by the op poneuts of Annexatirdibutit is agreat Amer zanbqiest6ii th oit3...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 5 June 1844

-. Y gYOU& DiT o -.The foio k -. Wdurseless. it~tfo aster o - -on aiisrti 6tpais every relder of ,your papdr'y'tcreadi o p say over it and: Bi to ib tat, does- not make a man n othing.t I'a man pr s Utai. ei-Chrstain aid defrauds his= =. h bbr,thatmian's. religion is vain. And Sfho.ithholda romh anoth . that .branch which- is his due, .wben his power toipay it.' .... e;>nfiiihsi:666iry,'haeacquifedi'ada aime .abroad. -for our State repudiation, '- "b hinothis ordhich we tsrto'speak -"enty 'nhf rt is dtibisfasess,6t". cat'l 4 i n wsaoPf nia'y professors ,who seldom er neter ,pa.y their alit tfteiiieing called 'pYop agdih ad perhaps finally threatened -at law There are some suelt meaihsiist evye corn matltg.. - MhSt*Se(i)Oe dt'thesei now in our eg'e H is very ami le, easy ma, -who tiever'tr hes o - quarrel .with'his neighbors aid isalw ays willing to do then favor when they:.are in want of hli. But ho 'never pays hin.debts if he can avoid it: His bills atihejtbre, at'the slOps ...

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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. — 12 June 1844

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Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 12 June 1844

' r'J e a s n-_-ful ntt e9 ojl i e of Coiangeh tog - tbe ecent 'xcitesn b o n rtiamiasi dexmcIb'twtAp$e a43Y@-t~1 te "'4 different to uatnes. :deep regrt is-nan eisted at: -ewi ~f-Mr Wriglt to-run as Vc,' fridt en the Democratic . lc t '3LisUdertoo--d that Mr. Dallas cdP orllbse:'.; :itiSOed to day, that Col: it. M Sob isten has been solicited, by.he.Tyler eCitraitTee to rie'asVice,-on that ticket -The Col. thinks he has not- bees :reil ed by his own friends. Y rnrthbe 8nate, numerous -memorials is favor of annexation, were presented and -tekrarid...- - - .' SAfter: thediiposat of num uDtm- - 4por it mattermthe Senate resumed. the - tferaio?6Tth; tanff'resolution'. r. MDulchaving the'floor, spoke at ; gteai length in reply to the arguments e eu adduced- against the intreduc - boe iSbjbili. -; - i ainder of the was spent in xe i jisioo t(he Texas treaty. . Tbejoint resolution fixing the .17thof one,:as' theoa7 of adjournment, will be agaliatiken-p to morrow. Itis said there - xill-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. — 12 June 1844

- - 6 of -n enders to aAL e u of enDe ibuo tooj erto ~ ~k~ii~5r ~ ay's inipar, hich cotitains. g rithe nonm'nee~ of the Dem-M, o Peietad f ch~c off ices fPeidn n 't cVoj res eitif theWnited: States,: and the DcstoSfiePkcFre of the Demo - rat ai nthe United States. ~$ - a l nic5 Total Abstinence So i ' e Vilage e:at , meeting i d -ng he;6t appointed n I r. il n Eqr; and the ^> Rte s . obs oni, as Delegates to hie hate 71014 M-e $Ia Cettto ueO eiton. Th tbtra he. ocietF are requested. 'to meatt ;iCortHonse, n Thuirsday(to morrows eveniugeat arycandle light A fulf fletn of~eSociety -is earnestly :desired,.~as aisOotheapis-ac.in A WnirWa -b boe -before thei: g of the Uni6n Bion e -, 1j A ii vlf e and Edgefield Districti Au t4he;Amerca ate Foireii Bible eld at.Turkey Creek Church on the;Tuesdsyaferthe rd uly next. Elder A. Rice - ' : clien on the occasion, and in "aeS.4 'Chiles. The Executive llhold asneetiag atethe same plcee ayy-previo Mnda ,) Elder W w' $.UARRIS Secry. Softhe gentl...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 12 June 1844

" e~bhDt'= - -.-,~te 1. s' _- ~ t *tiigh St vr ar , o a-eat ' 1 for. t.ile oyer3 yru 'old, bred ' . ,r lvzcop, ]4100. -Mlle under 3 :years old, -- a eer,~ -asler'a1021Q0 : Ioe ear o ast f.or thebest 1I,uader iyer o1a. selver cup, d0 00OO c bettt~geifr n 1 par o1d. be tsoar, ier ' year old; a 1000 " hhv no ruder 'year old, a .t eheset~err;siner cupar, a 0 .FortEle liest Ewe a silver cup. 6 0 At ciei ofrthe : tae paying, ',dll rs -.before; the. hour of eibiiionj' be thereby constiutted a memnber, and emtI toonijipete 1it the _premiums. - JAMES B AM1S,ec'y. Al zjtaiocal Societies'ae emdtosd * 'ei iapitdt d.elie edtoeud -Plantera re requbsted zQ add to "the interest of the-ezbibition, by -sendingt stock to-She *fair . frule,to which the Secretary wiil ciscwfudLy The'fo1Iowinjare awards oiliired at the" nulmeigo teSan-tcitrlScey , . to. -be held as. usual-on. theist Wednesdlay-'of tihe seuiton, in Columbia -Fopthte best mnanaged Farmn, a: Oiver . upj," ; t - _ :00 0 -Fot'the greatest pro...

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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. — 19 June 1844

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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 June 1844

conk~ . mos . a statin~ .usi e ftee: prsentation p;Z'.bt:oa' ;gejun a owive sati uaers in - is; ',n'diars :anaw .proteting against theennatao oegf;1as "out the ground of Oan epi o laver - M.rne ppose( b reception of - b .d~ission, 'however,' the1 - pligivte of-27; to 12, rev sideon-the table. y f' ppafrom. the LibraryCommtit-: ' nee a bill providing for the estab-= ant f ItBanithtenian institution. :. the Bouse,.a commgnication was ree 'ed'from thie 'Treasury Departint_ ti [niogrepoirt re1lie to Morse's Elect - tr:>ltsnot e Telegrapht.The communs Saksn aryhih' terms- of the athat s. utdity and practi ben fully established The D e wi- as origially appropria - d to ' i orkfrom this city to-Bal timoud o a r ibat the cotper mile ",. " byrealds . "in :tob~eiunier ground, 5M nhilen 64lO5eresent plan of fxing he'wires o post,is hut- $3;500 which Mr. Morse thinks may still be wanted for sustaining the line until provasir on- at - shill billbpovdin forthora athen esta telegrapho bureauwhi...

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 June 1844

bf the 8th it tnurdeiqd M.5)eg'afienreid on Cleaveland- county; -e. through our dIstrict'on Thursai"'-. terville. Report says that Mr. 'Pntt '" accidentally upon- the o itit * readily concluding liecould do AI3pt head him; appaient1y ents Ji)t -lohn hiving offered Mr;Pu 1Z 13e# dollara6nthe conditions at) .Mineo1d c enyhim to lindianaPu ttia asentedf. appointed. aplace to ini.: Aeemhn g his copsniiy4nutm tihit nighbors= ceudedinsgatch-of thobtS- -roundiii--e b the company.,siot h9'ht bitingl with several.Bdck hgb heatb+ he.wa-tken.- Jo wl t or the wounds will jjo - At a neeting o trheclu4ElotO1Vfl District ;;$ C-,, t 1folkii inp nnexton iothi olu4 ien a eCt of re - T ard themmnediate anneiii 4 j nal measure; likk produive. H ofi cab rid ~t~ee ;t puti-C ederacy -. - ::s ladd t ti sthin war, and to ourslititn .tiei i iltyif- tie of Peace. . -Resolved -fitIsve cannot call in-question the-rigll tbrlojale of Texas to cede their teriitor3tIo us ag1 . acquired by suicessfu t warfare-t titl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 19 June 1844

4 - I oft ithuifac tot giform, - Thatlilphalongiin life'. decline, Oaeebole-a heart aasyoung, as watin, A-eldle thoughts as mine; - AnckEhas had his dream ofjoy -iswn 'unequalled pure romance, imnincing. when the blushing boy -ira thiills at woman's lovely glance And each could tell his t'ale orjouth -.Would think its idenes of loveevince M ore passion, more -unearthlj truth;:.. yTiu.any tale before or since. Ye cf talfer tender lays, . pigttpenned, in classic shades; -re bright than modern days* Otmaids nmore fair thatt-modern maids. Of whuuici . lhng ear, -ld o ablushng cheek-= Each kias n"hihisper, far too dear For oioden lps't give or speak; - Oifprospect too; untimely crossed, Of passions slighted or-betrayed Ofkindred pirits early lost, And buds that blossomed but to fades . Of beaming eyes and tresses gay, Elastic form and noble brow. -n'dtcharms, that all have passed away - - ..,And left thei-wrhat we see them note - And it is thus-is human love So very light and frail a thi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 26 June 1844

FT~- / ~~. - ~ ~ ~ 4~~:~~4 ..e wrill .1migW th4tlr rtene le df 0u L1beU4c, s itt mum: taU,.wewig PeihUI B h uium$ AS b VOE~iYI6 I ERMS ;Do aityCents, per annum, _d iee Dollars if not paid :nof Si Morths from the n j $ ou r-Dollars if not ;p iltbt tw elive Months. Subscribers out SS ente to pay u vstaeance. - No sibstcins- receivedfo less than -one ne tteal until all ar rtearage~b1L eet agthe option of the -I -A be continued.unleri ,otherwise o adesfore the ezp iration ofthe Any persfliprocnring five Subseribers and *4ecoming responsiblefox the same, shll re ceive the sixth copygratss Advertiseindl ;ionspCuotslY inserted at -621 cents per eguar'e 12 lines,orless ) for the irst inserti, and 43 cents foreach co nton nce ..ThIos ,plikhed Monthly p-quartcily " ill beerg -tI $ pr sq qare -or'each inser ion. ""AdverbstlefnltBot igthe number fnsertioi5 markeo thn W be contin. 'uedl until ordered out, and charged accord All Job work done for porsons living at a distance, must be p irdfor at ...

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 June 1844

S allefi LGiopiierdthe' S atinMof numerou it nessi acid WOMB e rd~e a ipieb'ifi tiee hours, after whchL* ba vote of- 25-to.2O he bill was' laid on 1e sa l .r no'usore of.t at. paesert sesson.. In te Housethe Britibisines's was ile ~$i~ appea M ii. Adams from-tlie decision of the- (ilieast evening, that; a motion; to ossda te vote on.the rejection of-the ,e td ia ortil,'could not heeitertained. -Adams took the floor and made a : oeech'i support of the appeal, and ~"a nunciain- qf the veto po-*er. eSjieaker=defeided his decision, ter'-which Messrs. White, Baily and - ~esaetheirvieus. - Ie austion was then'put, and the de o :ia-.o the Chair was sustained. - Thebill appropriating $600,000 for or earages due on works commenced at the. variona0 y'yards by the late Secretary ofthe'Iaey' was then taken up in com-. mittee of$heiWhole. - Mr. Barnaid moved :o amend the title. soas to make it show thai-t'he money ex pended'was expehded. ithout authority of-la*. This was agreed to. . Mr. Dean sp...

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 June 1844

dre tha 'one. within-any dT~tritIsi .4 one iear-sachl iutto be4 If8 " hiin m-~refereice~wfe ding business a ad at such term.. ri4'br and Atiestionis ii:oolticft 'agreed tpon;rtO he~4c)1courier: ctkaraine in the eio te a .reg:ardsh nf~f~ our interai'r Bankse.we deem4 ac rofjusceto thgsei isttutions ad'thes poleo, t jnhl tha fUiwiig~ extrac fton IhetAbartes frinwhi:e -it willbe sapjptii-aniot unmposibl fort iheolder iieir Bills isisiainloe by them, even ifthe {anke were badly managed, whichis it<ihe ease. .The .Boanks >eaw.- Georgetown, Camde aH .Cormnercial Banknf l a clause toithe f6lldwi~iuffct IfCharters "That ncase ,6 t.t the said .Bank .each StoCE toership,. or body poli - - gng rot~ares therein at.Jhe _tmeq( g ui ltt *4 of who sh'all have beenanterte dthierCfat anytime within aii onthsp eif eto-such failure, shall be liable and held bound individually, for sy tnjannor exceding twice the amount of his, -ler or their-shsare orfshares." -The Stokilderasain the .ank or Charle...

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 June 1844

M &C THiVPPOAN :RlIAID ,. OR THE PEALOF TEXAS. J pir'e Maid mitng her Che " ilbnbima, beh'old the fair maiden, ~ baicomes in her grief from afar ith sorrows -and woes heavy lade Ltke'a dim and'a desolate star - Se conaes with a filialdevoio1, -To thee as her Parent and Friend And asks thee with tender einotion; Her tights to mnaintain and defeind. She comes with her beauty unfded, roiBondage hath inared not her face J*ioiow and grief-have but aided, e tenderappeali ofeach grace; She eiies from-hir deep tribulation, - ;,, snaallied, untarnisbed in Fane',. --And mentions with just extiltation. 'W aeineadaod much honored name. The Maean-seeks to prevent her. From' looki.g aliroad for'relief, And many a threat he liath sent her -To addifo-le sum of ergrief; His slave in-despieofherhn'ighbors' - le proudly declaies'she shall be< And fuile will be beriendeavors To sever her bonds-and be free. Tht e Queen of the Isles doth assure her. Protectitn from her she shall fin ; And mninions...

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