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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 4 July 1838

If t THlE SLEEPING' FOI1E. 7 CHIL D. BY bliss Ji.:WSiURY.1 The morn is waking in tie woods, t The birds are glan'ine by, A ml there are flowers where late were buds, Young slecper! ope thine eve! Tie dark treo-tops wave gallantly C Against a pearly sky, Their leaves are iwinklin!m plea;esantl Youn sleeper, opo thine eye! The dews are dying fast away, (The dianevnds of the dawn,) From covert now, for food or play, Steals fotrth the dark-eyed fawn: The bee is gone lorth muirmnringly, Tho rill flows through the lawn, in silver sonnding revelry, Oh why is thine withdrawtn! Thy ltagh vould drown the streainlet's voice, Thy step outspeed'itt bound, Thy glee, a thing or lea.t ad choice, Wotihl scntter glee around. I know there's music in tho skV, Bright lossomis on the grotuild, Yet, yet, young sleeper, ope LiuC eye, For more in thee is found. Thy clcek is growing in the grass Wji Ib deep exot'e bltl!oom, Atnd thou might'st !-cem to all that pass Throngh the greci forest's gloom A sunbeam ...

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. — 12 July 1838

4.L1ND , dtr We will cling to the Pilla." a temnple of our liberties, - ~and if it must fall we sh amidst the ruins.,,PB"HE E K Y * L.JUE 3. -DE BEoDom,. .)Jy ,188 -mo.b.. The Edgefield Advertiser, 1.4 PUBLIsulCD EVERY TIIIURSuXY MORNING. TERMS.-Three Dollars per annum if paid in advance,-Three Dollars and Fifty Cents if' paid before the ,expintion of Six Months fron the oate or Supsertption.--and Four Dollars if not paid within Six Months. Subscribers outof the State are required to pay in advancc. No subscription received for less than one year, -and no paper discontinued u.itil all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. All subscriptions will be continued unless oth erwise ordereif, at the end of the year. Any person .procuring five Subscribers and becoming responsible for the same. shall receive the sixth copy gratis. ADaVWRTIsWI.M4T conspicuously inserted at - cents per square, for the first insertion and :43' cents for each co-tinuance. Advertisements not hav...

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 July 1838

iiOMAWNICI 3IONSO -roR TU ADVZRTINsy1.] "You are thought here to he the most senseless' and -fit Man for the Constable of the watch.; therefore bear you the lanistern." Much ado about Nothing. Wa. EDITOR, It was% with emotions of mingled admira tion and delight, that I lately read the pro found, patriotic and statismantilike views of quire llolmes as contained in'hit Reso lutians. i find myself at a loss, however, which most to admire, the mere beauty and elegance of the coniposition or the profound and philosophic views of this embryo states I man. old Edgefield has long enjoyed a merited reputation for generosity, bravery and public spirit; but it was left for Squire HIoltnes to establish for his country, honor and distinetion in the field of letters; and for himself a name and statiot among ihe Literati of the earth. How deeply is it to be regretted that the retiring modesty of this modern Circinnatus should have de. prived his country so long of his services in her National Coun...

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 July 1838

4. ing evesay -inuto tp si pr n" re as.follows: ' Uaytaitnthduder,.(Cfarlds.) Firt Mate. William.ila. secohd Idq.. Henov Loton. 'Psasengems-Senoro do Ia Soto, and two seriiantsI Rev.' Mr. Simpson, Minionary. SeAmien-Johli Boyd Jacol Allier, Peter Williattis,- 'hedote Yunes, Jesus Santo %ariit . - C.ook- 3oh~n --. - Steward--ieiery 'Phine. Should we -ink our fate will be -known bythi.finder of this bottle; the finder will please write -to Triest, to the fifin of Be Soo y'Gualado Calle del Sol. No. 45.. EDGEFIE[D.C. I - THU-RSDAY., JULY 12, 1838. The Communication from Red Hill was not received until Monday, ahd cannot he publish'ed un'il olir next. 'Our Correspon - dents are ififornled that our- Paper is made up.by Tuesday evening gknd afruck ,ff on lVedesday.. Monday and Tuesday are j isually devoted to the' Editorial and .Ad - tilk'8ing coluinus, and no Conmunications unless yery sbo't or. on some pressing sub jtect. are published, unless sooner received. . We have been asked by ma...

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 July 1838

From Ahe Vicksburg Sentind. TO ISS -, Daqce while thou may'st. on life's glad stream, Whil'st hope's gay, bright, illusive dream Throws now her fairy spell around thee, Whil'st every leaf, and every flower Rise tp in Flora's beauteous hower, To fling their fragrant sweetness round thee. Laugh while thou may'st-each pu ling rilI Shall, to thy towering hill, Ifear the joyous sound urbroken. And dancing sunbeams on the breast Of every rivulet shall rest, Of thy young heart so pure a token. Sing while thou may'st-oh! blit hely sina! Now youth's gay morn but joys doth bring Unclouded as the brow or heaven. Yes, with the wild-wood choiristsjoin, And sing our native twiligit song, Where love was pure as summer even. Oh! lady, thou dost pleasure see In every shrub, leaf, flower and tree, And every gushing, pearling fount. Thy melting eye-that beauteous cheek, The wooing breeze will gently greet, And then on joyous pinions mount. With love, oh! may thy paths he crown'd, Nor sorrow's blight i...

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. — 19 July 1838

Wo will cling to the pillars I templo or our libertics, and if it must fall Iwe w, arish amidst the ruins." PUB LISH D W EELY. VOLU E - EDE:EFIrELmD C. E *.).July 19, 1N38. -VOL.ME4.. The Edgefield Advcrtiiicr, 1s PUnListsn ;o .VF.IY TIIURSD\ Y MORNING. TPERal S.-Three Dolars per tannm if paid in advance-Three 1)ollu:s nid Fifty cents if paid before the expiration (if -Six M'onths frot the datt of SFbeription.-and Four Dollirs if nol paid within Six MIouths. Stliesiihers ountof the St:te nre required to pay itn adranre. No ibscription received for less thtan our year, and no paper di.continued i.itil all arr"1narages are paidexcpt Ilt the option of Lhe Editor. Iqil- - e i'ontihted tiliCs oiut. Al sbsriptions will be cniadni~soh erwise ordere I, at the end oi* thei' i':ar. Any person proentring five t4bscribers rind becoming responsihle for the same, shidl reeci. 4. the sixth copy grahis. Ai)vFRT1sV1iViTxrs consictnsly inwerted it -0. cents per square. for te first inser4lion. and 43...

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 1838

COMMUNICATIONS. WoUtth of July Celebration. . Pursuant to previous arrangements, a large number of the citizens of Edgefield District assembled at Perry's X Rollds, on July the 4th, to eclebrate fle63rd Anniver sary of American Independence. ,.At 12 O'clock the Declaration of Independence was read bfV. IV. Winhish, Esq. procede'd by some exi Alent and appropriate remarks, after which, the audience listened with de light and profound attention to an eloquent und patriotic Oration delivered by Milledge L. Bonham, Esq. The company then re paired to the Spring and partook oft sump tuous Barbacue, prepared by Bennet Perry, Esq. After the cloth was removed from the tnble provided for the ladies, the fol lowing Toasts were drunk wit great spirit and applause. Our old fellow-citizen, Col. Z. S. Brooks, one of the few surviving soldiers of the Revolution yet among us, was called upon to act as President of the day, and Col. John iluiet, as V. President. REGULAR TOASTS. Ist. The 4th of July-I...

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 1838

Ibe ftD er tiser. EDGEFIELD C. 11. TnutsDAY. JUr 19, 18:38. To CO iRsPONDENTS.-The aIcceInn of the 4th of July Celebratiou nea'r Green wood, was received too I.tte for insertionl this week. We owe an apology to Capt. Parker. His Communication will be pub lished in our next. We commence the publication of the late Speech of our Congressional lRepresentn: tive, and ask r' it a careful and attentive perusal. It gives us pleasure to annoutce his safe return to his residence near this place. We omitted to mention in our last, that the three Regiments of Infantry of this Dis -trict, and the Regiment of Cavalry from Edgefield and Abbeville, paraded, in ohe -dience to orders, for Drill and inspection. His Excellency the Governor, and Adjutant Gen. Jones, were present. It affords us pleasure to say from all that we have heard, that the several Regiments acquitted them selves handsomely. As unpatriotic as it may seem, we must :make the honest confession, that of late .years we have been so li...

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 1838

k5/ From ile Phailadelpiia Saturday Nes. TIE CIOCTAW ClHIEF. Loud as the ocoan's trouh'lous roar, When high its waves the tempests swell, By forest deep and craggy shore Rolls a wild shou:-the chieftain's knell! And fiercely gleams tioo wrathaful flame From that dread pilc-ithe blazing pyre, Yet quails hn not of warrior Cinme, Nor fears to brave its kindled ire. 'With check unblanch'd and fearless eye, Nor sheds a tear, nor vents a sigh, But calmly views the deatliful scene; And round him crowd a fiendish throng, Eager their demion thirst to sate While wildly swells their savage song, In triumph of the captive's fate. But hark! a voicc-'tis Ochlow spenks, Breathing defiatce prtid and stern; "Aye. fanl your flames, yo dastard Creeks, And let the faggots hlireely hurn But dream ye, that my soul will quadi, Tho' furnace-like your fires may glow ? Say, dream ye, Cools, that I will wail, 'hio' keenet pangs may pierce me - throutgh?" "My sotl disdainq it-I shrink not From death by tmrd'ro...

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 1838

* - w - ~ -.-~ -I. LA IMORDE, Editor. * vill cling to the pilars of tmple or our liberties, and ir it must rail we will p"*.h amidst the ruins." VOLUME 3- EDGEFIE ED V. E. (S* 4J7 20, 18;8. 1s PuuLIsH-:n EVERY TIIUlRSDXV MORNING. TERM5.-Three Dollars per annum if paid mn advance,-Threo Dollars and Fifty Cents ir paid before the expiration of Six iniths frot the date of Siibscription.-and Four Dollars if not inid withiti Six Months. Snthscribers outor the State are reqntired to pay inl advance. No subscription received for less than one year, and o -paper discontinued nitil all :rrearages are paid. except at the option of the iditor. All subseriptiotis will lie continied inless oth erwiee ordere-1, at the end of the year. Any person proenring five -4ubiscribers anud becoming responsible for the saine.'shall receive the sixth copy gratis. ADvRaTISEME'ers conspicuously inserted at 624 cents per square, for the first insertion. and 43 ceits for taci c-ottinnance. Advertisemtuents not ha...

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 1838

It is utapleasant to be arrayed, as I am, a gaist the supposed interest of any clas. or any p arty, and to encounter their tierce hobtility. ut viewing things as I do, he who titerb is false to his dut'.. Thmose who stlppoos that I hav taken my course froim any eartisan flelings, lit tle undtesutnd die emoti-ns o nay heart. I would not turn on my heet fur all the part3 tr.iniplhs ol the day. I took my position without consulting any politician living; and dere are those arounid toe who khow that I took it immediately tatter the suispension of specie payments. Ishould never have dieviated' fronm it. if I had stood alone; and. under existing circunwtneces I aim it'rolved to maintain it, be the consequonces what they uay. Thank God! [ ask no frvors oftny inan, or set of men living, save my ownt constitnents. I scorni and defy power, whether itcomues Iromn this Gov ernment or from the banks. All I ask is ia fair hearing; and if the caise I advocate is to ie van luished, let it be done b...

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 1838

TURSDAY. JULY 2G, 118:13 Mr. Pickens' Specel is conelutlel this week. We owe him an apologry for tie unintentional mutilation which it hassi cred, in passing through our hands. The reader will hear in mind that there is always a Derilain a Printing Offiie, and t hat the temptations to sin cud error, are not few, nor easily resisted. We will attend to our frictds at Green wood, in our next. Nolice for Ken lucIkians and Tennessecans. -The People of this part of the woarld are a Meat-rating People when thev cn et it The home crop of liog-, we sare itforned, is a very bad one, and Pork will coatm:and, we Ihink, a g.Ood and steady price this Vall. A friend tells us that it is now selling in Augusta at 7 cents. Bl estc.-We had thie pleasiirc on Friday evening of altending another Eihibitioan of Mr. Bacon's Musical Class. The reader ,will remember that we attended tin a lnitrier occasion, and gave a passinag notice. It was our pleasnre then to indulge inl n mild criticikan, ill fle hope fl...

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 1838

CHI LDIHOOD. Childhood is like the laughing hours Of early spring The very cloud that o'er it lours A charm can bring; For, like an April sky, A shower, a sunny ray, Ho the bright tear in childhood's eye A smile can chase away. But even whilst we gazo Those early days are gone, And soon the glowing rays Of sunitner hasten on: The bud hath opened to tho flower, The boy to manhood sprung, And front his heart sin's hardening power, Its bitterness hath wruing, Ile dreans that he can win from fatme An honored deathless name; And by following glory's banner bright, He finds an early grave; But memory ensbrouds in night The last hope of the brave. Io is forgotten-o'er his bier No nation's tears are shed; Nought, save a widowed mother's tear, Laments the hero lead. The poet strikes his lute Sweet thrill its golden strings; But public praise is mute His lay no rapture brings. And mournfully his heart, Echoes its tender utne, Vis airy dreams depart. His hope of fame has flown. Like an expande...

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 1838

T e BE LABORDE, Editor. and if it mnust. fall we -will' mlis h un. VOLVE 30 EDGEEL C. El. (S. .- - . NO. 26. HUne Eimag ielt A(ivertisie, is i'Uni1isuito . EVERY TIIURSI)\Y MORNING. TERMS.-Three Dollars per amin if pai in advance,-Three Dollars atd Fifty Cents paid before the expiration of Six Mlntlis froi the date of Suibscription.-and Four Dollars -not paid within Six Months. Suiscribers out the State are regnired to pay in advanrr. .No subscription received'Ier less than onicIg and no paper disconitiued t.til all arrenracr( are paid, except at the option of the Fditor. All subscriptions will he conitintued nuless oil erwise ordere't, at the end of the veur. Any person procuring five ''neibsrribers aij becoming responsible for the same. -shall receiv the sixth copy gratis. ADvEn-riSFIEcNTS conspicnonsly inserted c 2A cents per squaere. for the first iin'rtiont an 43j cenits for each continnance. Ai vertisement not havinathce unmber of insertionis marked m them. will be contintied ...

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 1838

SLAIOrla)," , E~ 0' 'c will cling to tihe joill irs of tO~l"Plej of our liberties,_____________ ""( ti l u IiI~ ~ll wet -will I ] II idstt the ruiat.I'J 3 I I g) U E i Y VOLIPTH9. 3.- - - _ E~t~E?3E1.3)V. E. (Ncf4)A.Us"al~ta IS380~ 0 TERs.--T~ree Dli6rs per ano if paidi n advance,--Threellollarslnitl Fifty Centts il paid belbre the iexpiration of Six lotiths from the date of Stthbscription.--ad tFotr I)olhars it not tnid witliin Six .Montiis. Stubscrilers out of the State are reqpuired tit pay inl ar/edncr. No stibscriptio received'lfor Ieankii oe yrar. and no paper discontineil itil all :iirvarat'nL,.es are paid, except at the opioti of the' IEditor. All elbscriptii.s will be cotitnit ted i nutle:s oth erwise ordere-1. at the end ifl lhe va:tr. Anvy perst plroentrite five -tlserlt'rs atd heemnin responible flor the satie. shall teceive the sixth eopy ' gratis. AnlvFtlrisr irTs cotuipienionsl v ineiirtod at 61 cets per squtare, for the first itetionul : and 411 cetisforeach coti itu...

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 1838

k~oqutstit NftW a 4.olnfortni ~fdadyco'uiiiitneoiic.inon lN'mt%- cen* this-city and (.len'Ie~IIl, al iM lotle [)(I-orl ci''l it 1 'ivtii'l ('NleriLtictil giirfif u lorlyi In winitor, Wtw filre itifilk (or gi'le * ~~~from the.' Nuoirli fur j his4 vtity it li~ iit xn -kt iles~pic(h ai v ol w' c evi1,4lirs flu Wiuiingtiiii 'wiiinh* '%flhm h rail ril-ad iif * DI evt-n G(jeelovtuvt', Se . Ili i'tup XLo:~t~ t t'il our liott '.1ivit iii I. etldl len t Svain14 ib d C l1StIL"r ii ili S. i'01 :1 - ~ ~ ~ While. fit) ,.irv'li'vit :.s ii.t 4)9N C~iroiri or -, igw" 1.'15.O for Lille i t'jc iti vI* the* utill huttwer:l' :lpl . v im111 Cli iilestoWn 'hss oitdin' "eciven 4o iiii. propi solrs' .Or tll4'e. Steioii Bl~i' 41)1. thIii iii'i Wou.ldi tife,, h]*~iir'i4'crrh.t~L I' irri * i~oniil fiar(fil ti merfyinmihi rlilIitil~it if' 1oth .4-tuie a allipie little to ;aiiswe'i'' lette'r- by I~~~~~~~ clir i' etni he eontivmoii'i~'i To Ike' - nercliit i *itrjilr :luit. 11h,1'itii's I* llii Itll (.!tip* ',~ou...

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 1838

a~~~~ ~ tit .. ;41,-it. 11214t Pojt~tt i l i1111?tt iar~ ' )1r1D- Aio s .ii 12, I Pvter !'. Grce1n 1 uwolte 'n flittttei .aea t - eit , hill ,a Rtaiu L: dishari' uastlrti~t i.%%l tast.erP trilereltn fiar tb )icCostrgjm niof LIhe U: St i. Till. Jill* No. of lie ..wtet Tvtra ry tJournti hitrs lerii *(tie1 '(.(.4,-i v. t ed.es Javorhaveit 1oeatm~- i I'k % p ovl'ie ~i;, jt ciiijj po ri.'L iti rten 41at ii,14 tt Ile e hig Pulikte; ta tL40tt leillj tit ilj 'ratEAUtGUSTA Al.. it i~ 1 t F gust.4, Cr'orithi -.pii lIet. na a.Cir butri tfilty'oi it. 51"A 'UiI ~l4e 'ed hm Cc ttiiho- lt ~Ofi13 I titp'fte.. tel of1pI loe iiptt ed inier i.reuivrer-eae wh'ic- 30)lFe tI iiti-tr wihe til 1.9 l atfllitti liUitibtise l-~ ttiIutitim Iy at pairl-L m1Aalpk ell!4 It srit .ti i ci e ly.1 do iu a. tcouaieattaal if tic ourIsa a iti tile 1)uteltL et 4 t) IV. e P14i lson 1.4c -!i al zall t l 'a l-w cSlite* h.1*A;1ltt ti'id Alit hi-r tvaats. r upnit ci,ent.: s ihtaatil)iiI'ai'ae i bou 't g gwijriwq .t w, -and th...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 2 August 1838

SOLITUDE. 1BY RICH.ARD ntttWlT. Ii early youth. I shunned imal:ind, From hook. :tlone to store ily mind: In w4o(Is and ruins muss. o'ergriwn, I sat, and rend, and thought alone. An impulse did I feel, a flnme, 1 never questioned whence it came: A fieeling as poneitrful as unknown, That urged mei still to lie alone. - I clotbi the mounain through ihe cloud. Mlidst lighti..; .m111 the thno11lers loud : Thence louked around as trom a hrone. And triumphed I was ttere alone. At midnight deep in torrent caves, I listened to Ihe dI-sh of warves, Down horrid cla'nn da rkly ilirownt, And flelt an awful joy alontic The earliest flush the niori;n2 2:ave, Soflt trembling o er tit otceai V.,: Thence crimson'd, tirough the darknes, Ibist flying mnists, I met alone. E ver in d arfiness and in lg ht, tcheerful noon, at piici ilig:t, Around me like in Irai-i Iin no at, Was joy, that still I wallsed alone. In sleep was heard the sound of* 'f iris, The sun-bet mingled wi atb m3 dreuii; The weliering o...

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 1838

-. . -- --. - - - --. - - -~- -.. 4- 4 4 - -* - - --' " .n' to the pill . 0 P . C. E . - - * 4- ..-- . - afauridsi the uins." PUBLISHED WEERIY. - VOLUME 3. - -DGEFEELE . E -M TF' NJ Z.-Three lOollarA per amatnm if paid iln advnice. ---Three Dollars and Fifty Cents if paid befort- the expiration 'f Six ,lenthas from -the lat of Sub4criptinm.-and Four i)olharg ir not "aid within Six \tontlhs. Subscribers otitor the State tare reqoaired t, pay in adcance. No subcription receivel for less than onr year, and il) paper discoitinuted itil :ill :irrearages are paid. except at the otiot of tho f.ditor. All settacriptimis will be eontiuil ninless oth erwiae ordere-1. at tie end or thi Year. Any persola procurinut five -tlserilers :ad becnoit g responsible for the seit. shall ree.i-veI the sixth copy grais. Arvsarisram rs conspicutouslv inserted at 621 caitst onar sqitare, for the first lasertinn :ntl :43 co-sts or each coitttanace. Alverti'mems tn havitiethe mimber of insertions taired iln th...

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 1838

- - - - - -. -. -U 4k4 fro* . .. . ........ "We will cling to the. pi.la of our liberties, 1- - -.LADIORDIE, Editor. - and if it mustfall wbw amidst the- ruius." -L M * VOUYL3. - ED.GEtFURLD .J El ( qua9,a8..iO27 Thme Ed'fieid .%dIetiser, .~ ~~I - .i1U HLAsnED EVRY THiURSl)Y MOTRNTG. - rr A] 4.-'hree l)ollars per animn if paid i advance. ---Three * Dollars and Fifty Cents if* paid-hefore-the expiration of Six doanths firon the dats- of' nbscription.-and Four )ollars ir not onid within Six \lfonths. Subscribers out of the State are requiired to piy ill adcance. No subscription received ffor less thian oner year. and no paper discontitned naitil all :irrearages are ptid. except at tle toption of tIhe .ditor. All sat haeriptiosut will be natinued nuless oth erwise ordqre-i. at the end! nr tlit year. Any person procurina five --itnbsribnrs and bee-niing respionsible for the sante. shall recve the stixth colpy gratis. -tsovaarsv - r4 conspienously inserted at 6'21 centn ter square, for t...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
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