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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 22 December 1866

SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 18(56. "Th* Marmon "Tithing" System. Tho Salt Lake Union Vedette gives tho follow? ing: When a man joins tho Mormon Church, as it cx i?ts in Utah, ho is required, as a proof of his sin? cerity, to donato to the tithing omeo one-tenth of all his possessions, no matter what they are, or how extensive they maybe. Aman with $lo0.000 in money must, upon his entry into fellowship, give the tithing office $10,000 "of ic. This is the first grand principio of Utah Mormonism. If the man, during the year, makes $40,000 by a judicious investment of hie remaining $90,000, he must give the tithing cilice $30,00 of the amount. This" is the second grand principle of Utah Mor? monism; and upon these two principles hang all the law and the profits. If a man has no money or otherpropcrty, he is required to give one-tenth of his labor to the tithing ?Juice; thus he Labors nine days for himself, and the tenth ho gives to the church in such manner as ho may be directed. In ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 22 December 1866

f Jw( J aila, %m*. SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1866. State Items. NEGRO MOVEMENTS.-We are ad vised that. Gen? eral Ely. of Freedmen's Bureau fame, is again amo'sc us, engaged in the philanthropic work of engaging negroes to go, and providing transporta? tion for them (for a consideration), to Florida, with thc view of pcttiug tho eighty-acre land grant made bv the United States Congress. Our inform? ant 8 tates that more than five hundred freedmen have "put down their names to go" from this city, and others from the adjacent country. Some of the freedmen look with suspicion upon all such movements, whenever they emanate from thc latitude from which Gen. Ely hails. They Lave had too much Northern assistance already. [ Yorkxiile Enquirer. FREED?IEN LEAVING ron FLORIDA.-I? we are not niisinforrncd, there will leave for Florida from this district, in a few weeks, about eighty families of colored people. Theso have advanced ten dol? lars and seventy-?vo cents each, to secure for thems...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 24 December 1866

VOLUME III-NO. 407.] CHARLESTON; S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC Oar Caljie Dispatches. LONDON, December 22-Noon.-The opening pnce for Five-Twenties of 1862 ia 724. Consols .89J. Monday will be observed as a hobday. LTVEBPOOL, December 22-Noon_Tho Cotton market opens firm, but unchanged, at yo-terday's prices. The sales of to-day will roach 12,000 bales. LONDON, December 22, P. M.-The Fenian troubles in Ireland have' entirely abated. The Island is tranquil, and confidence has returned to the people. LONDON, December 22, P. M.-Tho Daily News of this: morning, in an editorial, savs Groat Bri? tain will certainly require thc Spanish Govern? ment to justify the seizure of the British ship Tornado. The News, after reciting history of the case wherein it appears that the Tornado sailed from Liverpool on the 27th of September for Callao, Peru, and when near that port was unlawfully seized by the vessels of the Spanish navy, and her crew subjected t...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 24 December 1866

MONDAY MORNING., DECEMBEE 24, 1866. Legislature of South Carolina. , ADJOURNMENT. UST 'JF ACTS PASSED). The Legislature adjourned Friday, at 1 o'clock P M. Tue following is a complete hst of tho Acts ratified bv the General Assembly and ap? proved by tho 'Governor. The Appropriation and Tax Acts are appended in full. An Act making appropriations for the year com? mencing 1st Octobor, I860. - An Act to raiso supphes for the year comnionc intr 1st October, 18G6. An Act to amend tho Criminal Law. An Act to amend an Act entitled "An Act to amend the District Court Act." An Act to incorporate the Charleston and Savan? nah Bailroad Company. An Act to regulato thc fees of Sheriffs for dieting persons confined in jail, and to provide for the more expeditious payment. Au Act to incorporate the village of Bennetts villc. An Act to incorporate the Winyah and Santee Canal Company. An Act to renew and amend the charter of the town of Sumter. An Act for the bettor protection of seamen and immigra...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 24 December 1866

MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24,18G6. COMMERCIAL. Exports. LIVERPOOL-Por Rremen bark Everhard Debus-57 bales Sea Island and 1581 bales Upland Cotton. SEW YORK-Per steamship Quaker City-148 tierces Rice, 161 bales Sea Island and 360 bales Upland Cot? ton, 8 bales Yarn, 38 packages Sundries, and 80 Emp? ty Barrels. PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Whirlwind-83 bales Upland and 23 bales S I Cotton, 57 casks Rice, 10 bales Yarn, 5 bbls Liquor, 15 rolls Loather, 40 pkgs "Mdzo, 36 tons Springs. Charleston Cotton Market. OFFICE OF THE DAILY NEWS, ) OHAELESTON, Saturday Evening, December 22. ) Tho staple continues its down wi rd course, caused largely by the rapid iall of gold, and consequent uncer tainfe- of money matters. Tho market was very unset? tled, and prices fell off fully 1 cont ty H5. Sales almost nominal, say about 106 bales, as follows: 4 at 28; 13 at 30; ll at SI; 24 at 31>?;. 16 at 32; 31 at S3 cents. Under the existing 6tato of tho market, wo are unable to quote re? liably. Augusta...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 24 December 1866

THE C;:::L2ST?N mx ra, G. R. CATHCART, EDITOE, CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON,' PROPRIETORS. No. 18 KAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMS GASH. SUBSCRIPTION X>AILY-TWELVE MONTHS. DAILY-SIX MONTHS. DAILY-THREE MONTHS. SINGLE COPIES. TO NEWS DEALERS. NEWS SUMMARY. There is a brisk demand in England for steam? ships to load grain for tho Baltic and Sweden. About two thousand milos of telegraph poles have already boen erected in Asia and America on the Overland International line. Massachusetts has three negroes in her Legisla? ture, and taree hundred and thirty-four in the State Prison. At the late session of the Legislature of Ala? bama six new counties were created, namely : Baine, Bullock, Clay, Cleburne, Crenshaw. and Lee. The editor of Good Words aBkod Miss MULOCH the other day, to write a tale for him, and she re? plied that she would do so if he liked, but not for a less sum than $8,500 in gold Tho sum of $70,000 per week ?s paid to mechanics employed on the buildings now erect...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 24 December 1866

ffcg flails %mz MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24, 1866. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULOT IN THE CITY. a-THE LIST. OJf .'uR?TERS RE- | 3VLA[^IN"Gr in. the Postoffloe at the end. of eaoh -week is published, offi? cially- in T BC K DAILY NEWS1 ever j' UTriclay mornins. LOCAL MATTERS. CHBISTMAS.-To-morrow being Christmas, no paper will be issued from this office on Wednesday morning. Advertisers will please take notice, and leave their favors to-day for to-morrow's issue. WE PUBLISH on our second pago the titles of the j Acts passed by the recent L?gislature, as also in full tho Tax and Appropriation Acts. PONTIFICAL HIGH MASS will be celebrated by RightRev. Dr. LYNCH at the Cathedral Chapel, on Christinas morning, at ton o'clock, instead of half past ten, as announced. SJ?NOERBTO'?.-The Association nf German Sing? ing Birds will give an entertainment to-morrow | night. The programme has several choice pieces of music, to be followed by a comedy, "Charlie's First Love," whi...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 24 December 1866

BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC. MiTOERN HNIVEHSIT? SERIES, BY Prof. GEO F. HOMES, LL. H., OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. C1OUTHEBN READER?, DART TTRST O Southern Raiders, Part Second Southern Readers, Part Third Southern Readers, Part Fourth Southern Elementar}' Spelling Book Venable's First Lessons in Numbers Richardson's Law, Voh 13 J IN OA0 YOL Richardson's Equiry, Vol. 12 J Simms' Historv of South Carolina Holmes' Southern Farmer sud Market Gardener Carroll's History of the United States, new edition, revised and enlarged. jg?? TRADE SUPPLIED, E. J. DAWSON & CO., No. 155 Meeting street. OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL. November 4 su8 [12] wfm2mos AG R i CULTURAL. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS OF ALL KINDS, AT LOW PRICES; IRON AND Steel Ploughs, "Wheelbarrows, Trucks, Straw and Stalk Cutters, Corn Shellers, Fanning and Grair Mills, Cotton Gins, Corn and Cotton Planters' Seed Drills, Plough Casting, Gin Gear and other Castings, Horse Power Threshing Machines, Guano, Bone Dust, Phos? phate of Lime...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 24 December 1866

MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24, 1366. State Items. The editor of thc Lancaster Ledger, -who recently made a : visit to our city, thus speaks of tho Mills House, where he says it was his good fortune to sojourn; The present proprietor. Mr. Joseph Purcell, well sustains the ancient reputation ot the establish? ment. The entertainment which tho houso affords is of a character both splendid and substantial, presenting all the comforts and elegancies and delicacies which the most fastidious could desire. The servants are as polite and attentive as when slaves. .and the place lias all tho characteristics of a well-ordered establishment. Visitors to the city, whether cn business or pleasure, will find it well deserving of their patronage. NEW.SECOND-CLASS CAE.-Wo ara pleased to no? tice the addition of a handsome second-class car to the Cheraw and Darlington Railroad. This car is from the hand of Mr. A. M. Corrie, Superinten? dent of the N. E. Railroad shop. It is not the first notice we have...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 24 December 1866

GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS. CHOICE LIQUORS, WINES AND SEGABS. trr\ DOZEN CHOICE BEANDY, GIN AND WHIS? KI ) KEY. warranted pure and genuine -5 cases "kuscat do Frontignan" Wine, a very supe? rior article. ALSO, 10 OOO SEO ARS, "J. J. Garcia's" Talisman Brand an OOO Seaars various other brands. ' For salo in quantities to suit purchasers, iorsaio i G. FOLLIN, Agent, December 24_1_No. 131 Meeting-street. CABBAGES ! CABBAGES ! ON CONSIGNMENT, A FINE LOT OF CABBAGES, landing this day at Brown & Co.'s Wharf, per steam? er \dele from Baltimore. For sale low from the wharf, in lots t? suit. Apply to D. LILIENTHAL5& CO., Southeast corner Market and Church-streets. A fresh supply will be received by every Baltimore steamer. _T*_December 24 RAISINS ! RAISINS ! A \ BOXES, CONSISTING OF WHOLE HALF \J AND QUARTER BOXE8. of superior quality. For sale by E3AAC E. HERTZ & CO., No. 201 East 3ay, cor. Cumberland street. December 22_2, FOR SALE. 1 AAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE MARYLAND IUUU CORN. ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 December 1866

VOLUME III....NO. 438.] CHARLESTON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 25, 1866. [PRICE FIVE CENTS. TELEGRAPHIC. [SPECIAL TO THE CHARLESTON DAILY STEWS.] Mexican News. WASHINGTON, December 24.-Matimoras advicos to thc 19th state that a courier from Monterey last night reports tho possession, by tho Liberals, of San L( iis Potosi and Seacatccas. Col. GOMEZ, comnin ling at Tampico, declared in favor of OB TEGA, i ..o is supposed fco bc in tho interior of Ta maulip.'. v CASALES and COSTINA pronounced in OMEGAS favor. GALVESTON, December 21.-The gunboat Talla poosa, from Brazos yesterday, reports that CA? NALES had hung CABEDO, and that OBTEGA is be? yond pursuit. GALVESTON, December 2i-Further Fer Talia poosa.-CABEDO was executed on the 21st, and CA? NALES assumed command, as the representative of ORTEGA. -. A general insurrection is expected at Matamo ras, and preparations are making for a general fight. Chaos rules the hour. Washington News. WASHINGTON, December 2-JL-It is stated, on m...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 December 1866

MARKED DOWN Being aware that there is au im-j pression in the mind of the public that all kinds of merchandise has greatly depreciated in Taine within the last few weeks, although that de? preciation is confined principally to j fancy and undesirable goods, we haye decided to MARK ALL OF OUR GOODS at such prices as will insure an immediate sale of our large and well assorted stock of CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS. We earnestly recommend buyers to ex? amine Our stock before purchasing. Below is a partial list of our For? mer and Present Prices : ? yAP-W EB y^-V-Ku:^!' t FSICE. PEI CB. FINE FRENCH BEAVEB OVERCOATS. .$47.00 $40.00 FINE IRISH FRIESE OVERCOATS. 30.00 25.00 HEAVY MTX OVERSACKS.. 18.00 15.00 HEAVY MIX OVERSACKS. 12.00 10.00 FINE TRICOT SUITS. 48.00 43.00 SCOTCH CASSEMERE SUITS. 45.00 35.00 FINE BROWN ANT? GOLD MIX SUITS... 40.00 32.00 FINE FANCY BUTTS...... 40.00 30.00 DARK MIX CASSEMERE SUITS.35.00 80.00 FINE SILK MLX SUITS. 35.00 30.00 FANCY SUITS.15.00 13.00 MIXED SACKS...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 December 1866

TUESDAY MOIiirCNG, DECEMBER 25, 18GC. CALENDAR FOR 1867. 00 January Feb'ry. April. May. Juna. 5 0 12|l3 1U12;; 26 27 M 00 <? JuiyTTT August, Sept'or. Octob'r. Nov'cr Doc'er.. 13(14 0 21 18 19 26 COMMERCIAL. The C?isrlo??ai? Cotton Market. Buyers arc still indisposed to enter tbe market, hold? ing off to sec the turn that Gold may take ; the demand ia consequently very light, and the market in favor of the buyer ; sales about 175 bales, viz. : S at 29 ; id at 31 ; 51 at 3VA ; 57 at 32, and a choice lot of 15 bales at 33J?C. fl Ss. Thc transactions were generally on tho basis of 32c. fi Bs. Tor Middling Cotton. Bnrfeailcics Lamber Market. [FKO?l OUR OWN COBEESPOKDENT.] BRIDGETOWN, November 23.-PITCH PIKE LUM? BER is quito nominal, and dealers supplied for .-tomo little time ; tale of a cargo from Jackson? ville on private terms, supposed to be about S24 M. rJ ?ingles of all descriptions saleable. Stocks have come .'jrward freely, and, in the absence of Staves, have been tiikeri ct ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 December 1866

G. B. CATHCART, EDITOI:, CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MOUTON, PROPREET01.3. No. 18 HAYNE STREET. CITY PRINTERS. TERMS GASH. SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY-TWELVE MONTHS.?10.00 ' DALLY-SIX MONTHS. 5.00 DAILY-THREE MONTHS. 2.50 SINGLE COPIES.5 cents TO NEWS DEALERS.-.3 cents NEWS SUMMARY. -j There are one hundred and fifteen miles of paved j streets in Cincinnati. Reverend J. C. ?-'TTLES hag been called to the j Presidency of Oglethorpe University, Ga. There was a Bale of negroes at Annapolis, a fe? days since. See particulars in our telegraphic column. The amount of property owned by negroes in Kentucky, and subject to taxation, is $96G,95G, upon which the tax is S36G1. A large quantity of gold is arriving at Frcdor icksburg, Ya., gathered from the gold mines in tho surrounding counties. Tho Paris Universal Exhibition is to be oponod on Monday, April 1, 18G7, and the Imperial Com? mission will have a review of the Exhibition com? plete on Thursday, March 28. Quilp thinks it rather remarkable that w...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 December 1866

TUESDAY MORNING-, DECEMBER 23, 1SG6. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TUE STATE. LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TUE CITY. ?-THE LIST Oir> IjTOTTKXiS KK MLASLNHSTG- in. til? Po-stofaoe at the encl of each week is? v>xaolisIiecl ofri Oially i-.x rJC T? E3 DAILY NEAVS every Friday morainT. OUR SHIP ADVERTISEMENTS will bc found on the third page, and the last day's proceedings of the South Carolina Confei once, with ibo appointments of Ministers for tho next year, will be found on thc seventh pago of this morning's issue. THE POSTOFFICE will bs open this (Christmas) day only from 8 A. M. to 10 A. M. EDITORIAL VISIT_Mr. D. B. MCCEEIGHT, of thc Wmr.sboro' Tri- Weekly News, paid us a visit yes? terday. Crrr EAILWAT.-We aro requested to 3?ato that thc City Railway cars will run from 9 A M. until 1 P. M. to-day. PERSONAL.-We had tho pleasure, yesterday, of a visit from Mr. J. D. B. DEBOW. We wore grati? fied to leam from him that his colobrated "Re? view," which is now published in New York, ia in a mos...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 December 1866

DRUGS,CHEMICALS,ETC. Market and King Streets. ALFRED RAOUL, M. D.A.M. LYN AH, M. D. ABE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING FRESH AND Trell selected stocks of PRUGS AND MEDICINES SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS PATENT MEDICINES TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES PERFUMERY, SOAPS CO?13S, BRUSHES, kc, kc, Which they offer to the Public and the TRADE in gen? eral at tho LOWEST CASH PRICES. Call and examine our stock. PRESCRIPTIONS put np at all hours, day and night, with the greatest care. gg- Country orders solicited. thstu November 8 A Treacherous and Deadly Foe! PAIN AND NOISES IN THE HEAD. Dr. Norton's New Eemedy] FOR CATARRH, AND MODE OF TREATMENT IS TELE ACME OF PERFECTION. TT BE EARS UP THIS TERRIBLE DISEASE AT ITS I Fountain Head, and removes at once all the wretched symptoms of this loathsome malady, such as Pain in the I Temples, Offensive Discharges, Obstruction of the Breath? ing Tubes, Repulsive Breath, Snapping Sounds in the Ears, Absent-Mindcdncss, Mental Depression, Dimness ol Vision, Sore Throat, Hackin...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 December 1866

?JM( $?U% gros* W TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 25, 1366. THE SOUTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE OF THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL. CHURCH. PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIFTH DAY. j [FEOil OUR SPECIAL BEPOETEB.] MARION' C. H., Dcccmbor 23.-The Presbyterian as well as-Methodist Church were occupied to-day by members of the Conference. I lu the Methodist Church, after an able and stir? ring sermon, Bishop WIGHTMAN, aided by mem? bers of tlie Conference, ordained the following per? sons to Deacon's orders: ROVE. S. DANDEE, C. FEL? DES, G. W. BYRD, A. M. BUSH, J. E. TTJCKEB and J. M. BAKES. In the afternoon, Revs. S. A. WEBBER, J. H. TART. E. C. OLIVER, J. C. HABTBELL, R. R. DAG I ITALI., G. ET. WELLS aud War. THOMAS, were ordained Elders. ^ At night the appointments were read, and the Conference adjourned. Tho following appoint? ments were made: APPOINTMENTS. GHABLESTON DISTBICT-F. A. Mood, P. E. " Trinity-E. J. Meynardio. . " ." Cumberland-to bo supplied. " Bothel-J. T. Wightman. " . Spring street-to bo supplied. ...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 December 1866

TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 25, 1806. From the Federal Capital. [SPECIAL COBBESPONDENOE CHARLESTON DAILY. NEWS.] VTASIUKQTON, December 21.-The dobate in the Senate on the bill to admit Nebraska, has revealed the fact or rather oonfirmcd it, that tho Radicals have no intent en of adhering to their plea for ?'human righta," wben it is for their interests to rosort to expediente. GBATZ BROWN'S amendment to the bill mako3 ne? gro suffrage a fundamental condition to the ad? mission o? Nebraska a's a State. It requires tho people of Nebraska lo allow Congress to dictato its constitution, and to submit Ihc reserved rights of the State^to its keeping. But this extraordinary doctrine, strange au it may appear, does not meet an unanimous response even from thoso who have embraced thc fanatic il faith. There is no division of sentiment upon this question, when considered with reference to the Southern Stiller, as exemplified in tho speeches of those members who have defined negro sufirage as a c...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 December 1866

CHRISTMAS SUPPLEMENT TO THE DAILY NEWS. CHARLESTON? S, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER SQ, 1866. ~~ fig flails |m$. TUESDAY MOHNTNG, PBCBMKBB 25, 1886. CHRISTMAS. WAH POETBT OF THE SOUTH. Y. J have already drawn attention fco the beautiful volume of the "War Poetry of the South," which .. vfe owe to the editorial care of Mr. STWTCB,; bat we ' hare scarcely done,: justice ito' the volume--to the superior character ol ita contents-whether as ex? hibiting poetry, per se. the beautiful play of fancy and imagination, its utterances of patriotism, or its jost and sometimes profound philosophy. The editor has evidently exercised a certain degree of method and design in the arrangement of his ma? terials. His preface states his objects simply, and justifies them forcibly. He opens with a poem of Mr. TEBBOD, a vary happy and graceful performance, which exults in the birth of a new nation-a na? tion based upon justice and right principie, pure in its conception, sending abroad, doctrines pf peace...

Publication Title: Charleston Daily News, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Charleston daily news. — 25 December 1866

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