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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 9 August 1838

0'. ' 0 '0 a*411 . 'I o-zkstic N.SiwIV A'%e t'arn Or It few (tai eagokin.'Yurk *.Diprict, S4Ouil, 0C11iulast.. s wo youung nit-at % .I1C!drellIAM :4" lIN- in, la, rsfiC"v. " IoU' imnt-i'flis t'seiihli t.i mtliuir'ttl.ansd kmo bu't MI) trAutbi Jre .1his 1iui a rii' is'ti Isfo e(u attempij~ (~ it it ii lwt% .r i ilere. - it isv&.(O 1j I)~l I,'lier tile*ttlt trit (1/tarlblki A% C. Joe lrnl' MOR111SW BtuWN AND A~~t~i- ur. * * ~tp ba tomowlat lli-,(l);lit-A~it atit nd osrn mfe; ueil iii die 'co.r1pe t~Jif 01-4 ill 11:141 -'rpuwa the 1?lmiliem lw." Int l~jt Ai *1tJr 1 i in*4oo 111uIa 'IitI. H Iarris nnd wcl t~pl ll tl tii I)i ~ a fp~util*iim ati M~r. II 4 ie ivr I " : * niuu l l ;it he r '1111 ti -'ri lmiii ban. io ci oswh'P i ial v i: I' vie'A nl pnreuIt stilliliili, butI inV~lI"Iie'tvily 1014-1.' 4(tiui('CIlt hit i i iti Ie iut'r );it rt thie' 'ihdit needi Atdibiedt.hiliii i l pip r pat~i I ii hi ;iII *aoiiin.' J4,hn.theii wloV' i-' 'ei'e n'iaofien 111ev were' ileiji: ryv" -I hir *J...

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. — 9 August 1838

-W . -** 4ft .. . . 9 * .% * I * - U. t.oilCIoilt, w ~m i Thlue Nit *. ~*i;Por s.b~i:fj Jorhfate iqui NIf fej%)O-tlar 6114W a fl~t IlA 11:1 ca e n. 1ta DAr(I s-t b Sotil Ctftrulim-t, lic,~ t n i* m,*0t Tiieueci 8tu 0c A~nl Hr 1 A Vt I c i i 90411c.y eentc'slclz mu.,v Inlat. 1 riicc'm "ib.tV cl u l dilq Ii'' li i' z il e .-~ Icc2t iliil* Clw i el 'Cc crlw 51 :1 trill %.Ihe. ; chbv 10 i c;.1 f uiliia iiin rr eat' Iie~ :i l'-.i sircc h % tt'Ii f BIM hotiguhla ifq c micIwo aih-t. i aih %%hihc' Htrrji-1'z' (Iratte dom. *1( C.11'ni bi'K& incaos .Jicca-c 'hmr'lli w~itc View -to R * . stmuti sbic.a lcwesiocrg rc'a i ivlaA rircc %Vi l 4c gointliar-mrt c aacj~ ~ct 11' et~ic i ;miig 'ti (111 la t t hi ll) i;i i c'Ac 1 .11 Llti sIrfIl i icl menizi"R W ii t ely 111211c a tiiiC. athim w'ithr a lm~ihol Ilioi 011c.11 lieh:' aajriiilcalg. i cil and iK~c c n iimol lel i-f ar oMr.1 ;o7ic~ ao n'* I- h'rs Iedwmitc6 urtl~piifit hcis te (-ae. Staill it.. no ~viiLh bei' in Ii aj~inei Mr.heai - ti celca...

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. — 9 August 1838

r.4b %7. I.-..li Wd-he ..di ) rin" ice of tlie Pifiuiuag;~ 1puplr. nuoiuit i..~ al 1)ppidAi ,6 rw el C 1:. 13s lay: '.rhuttloin: *- BAntim' ieea flv~iwee. till*i-lhiijji$ aj.j SI~etIi oT lr Clhiy's Ilii.IUljait' olt.* .It will Wtnpy .4taeCi. "issn-i-s a!*. rehisit.tlj IN!$ lllJ~qgne, i'. i,hio IIIt -wky -Vt itaoz ii vn.' Sow (ir*0- ioi nr C gynmr an'l .1Aik*; i inm ~Wthe 1~ili of 4lri e -r~d Imm tc'ler 141 ju~a Af lexait r. Plth&aeliorlih soM. ;f he.11,1ifiif -w Apt-it, .h1838 ta pr ~Iirn lL -part* ini. the rp~ ~-tiSlttive* 16 tilt- Ibr Hisc~ 111 vln tilajer? us 4na .. 3)rsvelit * spetchies at ihe loullk ludlttLifig-i 0)3111t.. fib the Nai-oi.t-l Pirlta iry rox 1811 there -iis Ra extendled IBi)_,ft;11lt Ir. Mr.. Cla r"( 70c4faR~va*j~ .'? 'lien i lie people of Ititnucky Were prelviring It)lrame* a Conl'tutott Cr rh- -Stitc, ;a- pla~ill3a prapietl for ie uflt' CllYiiipilli f *Lavtis AMr. Cly- eau C, PX..-111, ekvte 43 i$ talenits *ji .favor *t, if. 'U --%v'rwii- frn' tiv Phe~.- Ij...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 9 August 1838

- * -- e -- - -0-On the WIeck of the Pulaski. BY MISS F. W. nA.L. Morn on the waters! anid beautifull there Rides a'bold-vessel; her banner im-air .Sre8aus with a no;ion. wild, grace.Iui and free As onward she Lakes her glad course. o'er the sea Rich are the.treasures .-he bears o'er the deep: Chllilhood is there. in its innocentt seep; Tie arm of'the motiher ctcireles her [toy, While the fither regards Himl with triumph &.joy - And youth with its !olly aspirings is there, And beumty is fli.,gmitg her cis om the air; No sorron liath dmun'd tie eear light of her eye And what mmu.i is like her voi -e-a rich nm*lodyl Tie aged, whose locks are bianch'd for the grave And the firmness of manhood, are met oil the vave: And the truth &. the softness of woman combinc To light up the scene, and its p leasures refine. Swiftly and joyousl) oiward they keep: Deauty and gladness ae over tie deep; uliusic and mnirth Iloat amoing on the- breeze; And a iunset of giory gletams wide o'or the s...

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. — 16 August 1838

Irek 414 "We will cling to the pillars p e of our liberties, IV-LAIJBORbE, Editor. AIILSIE EKI and if it must fall we Wal hilst the ruins." VOLIUME. 3. EDGEPREoLD 3. o . . liiO. 28. The Edgefleid Advertiser, is PUBLISIII EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. TERMSi.-Three Dollars per nnnin if paid in advantce.-Three Dollars and Fifty Cents if paid before the expiration of Six \lontlhs fromn the date of Subscriptioni.-and Four Dollars if not 'aid withini Six Mlonths. Subscribers ontof the State are required to pay in advanec. No ubscription received i'or less than one year, and no paper discontinued t.itil all arrearages are pai , except at the option of the Editor. All sabacriptions will be continned nuless oth erwise ordere-l, at the end of the year. Any person -procuring five usubscribers and br-otning responsible for the same. shall receive the sixth copy gratis. AVInra-satIC wrs conspicuously inserted at 62 cents ner square. for the first isertion. and 431 cents for each co-itintuace. Adverti...

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. — 16 August 1838

POLITICAL. m'ons the Colunmbia WTescope, A ug. 4. The Barbacue Disser advertised lOr last Satur'day took place nc'ordiig to ailppoint went, and was attentded by ih -tlargest iunsd most respectable collection o' 'citizets tlat we have seen in.this lhere for somtne ve;r-,. About 12 it'clock l he comaniiy' ne'mbld in a sli lot :t stui npper end of the townp, ni uidpartook of iced drinks of variou% kitil., uotil 1, when thev sat domwn to a1 suit5p tuous dinner laid 1'1pon five long rantPe-s (if tables, conspsjicotst ailike lhr ite exce'llece of the naterial and thuy handsoime sivie inl whirh it n% as prepared. Much credit is du os) the comtuittee of nrranteninents for the judicious mainner in which tile proceesfdinlis were conduceid ; 1nd a.so its .\lr C. Nst: - fer under whose dirteerion thi nner nla( preparcd. ,Sas ntcellor David 3iohnsonia n1ote nIA President, aid CUol. A.f labii. Dr. Rohert 1lsrv, :nd Joel Ashiis, 0,q. *I, Vice Preide'scs. REGULAR TOASTS' 1st, 'he ne ofs Sunth Ciaro...

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. — 16 August 1838

--'T PO0LITICAL.__ Fron th Columbia Telescopo, A rg. 4. The Barburue Ditner adverlised lbr ast Saturday took place ricording to appyoinml. ment, and was attenmted by th.largest und most rcesectlable collectio to c itizems tht we have seen ini. is place for smite years. About 12 o'cloci Ilie Compiit-any iseibitedi in a shiadv lot it the lpper ent of the town, nnd partook of iced iri:ks of various jtind 1mtil 1, when they m t Sldowin (to a1 sumptli tuous dintier laid uipin live Imig rtties tit tables, coIpienotn4 ilike fir Ithe l(xlene of tile material 'Ind the-lli, hnd.mtsoie Style inl whieb it %n' prepared. Much credil is d. 10 ile conmmittee of arrangements for the judicious maimer in which tlie portei iti2 were condueted ;d an -,o to ir C. Net: I for itder whoso direciion thie( dintiir a;vs prepared. QhnnecIlor Did Johnson ated n Presidnt, nitd Col. A. ianchn . )r. Roiert Ilenry, and Joe1l Atims, Eq. n. Vice Presidei'ms. REGULAR TOASi'S. I.s, The meof' Stii Carolina-She c.ntnot jo...

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. — 16 August 1838

SAvr.tt Aug, 4. -Lut from Florida.-Iv tle "tethoat Chatrleston, Capat. - lIblird fritn Bl:ack Crek, wo tare indebted to our attentive cor respudeunt for the followiln . FORT, KinO, 1,' Flor, Autg.* 1. tr.-. hanve,' is usual, but little newsv to cmtmaunIieate. Last week two sildiers were killed by ihe Italians. in the viciniitv of Fort M icanolpy. Tie y hall gono oti w tlout the permission or kinowm ledge ofthe contaua- ding olicer. -Severnl rut emt niar ders laive oceutred, at vari( its pin'id III. frontier, and it is coin;mted "that lbout 30 persois have fallctn ly ahe rifle, since Gen cral Jesup relinjuished Ie ommnand of the nrny Not anore than lhraee or imir pcruoas wero killed by indians, during tIhe whiole tinile Geneeral J. wvas in coilnaandl o tat he uaniy-a period of* nearly two j (ctars. Irdiians hiat e lately ei'n ..oliii TamlipaI Mny. in smill paries. Exertins were in vain imiade to Cath themIa. Cal . Fowltar entiae ill sight of aleiat. an[d captured their poItes, clothe...

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. — 16 August 1838

H OME. In early clays when childh'od's charm H aigs swe. tly ronil our happy hearts, Wlen' love,s caress is wild and warm And pure th' ioy tihlat life impartsa. When home is home, an id friends. thao' few When o'er our wesil with noxiis eve 'Tis Ilien life wenrs its hriglitest hte, And memory takes its deepes dye. Lone yenrs may lifi their leaden tramp Atd chequer life with hopes and fears, lisfiortie liaht her ltiridi laip, A nd feed ils flame with nmiogit but tears. Or friendship bles. or fortune somile, or- pleasure wieu where'er we roam, Siill-still will memorv 4r& beguile From each. from all, a thought of' home. ,Twas there our sun of beitti rose, And there we Itii wollin hve' it set, There many a shrob and flowrot grows Witli d r r an, th;t linrlaers yet. Like mid-day drops where II itnlls repose. By yew-tree's bougli or eypress shaded, Or like some n ihl atitmal re, Freshest whiiien all ar ionm is ('filed. I woulb not that a stranger lautd Should iill flit mi.. the ., dre...

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. — 23 August 1838

W. LAwi cln to the l)illars of Editor;iPe of our liberties, - d.tLA Obe ruiito..--PUBILISH E W E LY anti ir it mus fall weo willp. - idst file riim. VOLUIE 3. EDGECFREE D C. Ce. (M..! -e A%, _aas EVERY TIlURSDAY MORNING. TERM 4. -Three Dollars per amntm if paid in advance.-Three Dollars and Fifty Cents il paid heliore the expiration of Six \t'unths ironi the date of Snbscription.-and Four Dollars il not paid within Six .lonths. Stuhseribers out ol the State are required to pay in adrance. No sibescriptioni received for less thai one year, nd no paper discontinued i.itil all arrearagt* are paid. except at the option of* the Editor. All sibscriptions will lie eoitimied Itinless oth. etwise ordore 1. at the end of' the year. Any person procnring live Snlp.srilbers and becoming responsible for the saue. shall receive the sixth copy gratis. ADV rts .iITs ConUspicinotIily inserted at '2? cens jeer sqtnre, for the first inisertioni. and 43j cents for eaclh coitinutance. A'dvertiseents liot...

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. — 23 August 1838

POLITICAL _ EXTRACTS FROM Ti: StPl:Ctl op H N. i.. It. R i l''.'1s"I' On the Indepen e.h T rea..ri/ Bill. deirr red in the If of RepreearnL.iVis.. Jui 25. 163.4 At the commencement of I-1 mIove.n metit, two t_,r4it pirtis ait, to tle- p#;I cy 411 its atat.-anon,--th.- 1' -lera .ni 1publicnn parties. 'lh ona, leai ll "h it aS toao we:nkl-th OlteI, 11hm11 it w16*.a-I a.. strong. The-ont. striing blyv consIrte tli. o aMid to its powrs.r-le thi- r. inain 1tht it sh11o 1huld bi kept within the l w er pl-tiatly granted bV lhe cottit itt T h one. vtdleavorinit Ito ltiln tp nytn1 -.a renlai1theani the F-deral lenI..a.-the other iecml it I It. support of [lte e revd right ol, Ihe at, rhe oane, claiiiunag jtriliciota over wection a intter- stir,-t telr. limitin.ag its le-i"!n tina to those interest-t-ai a i 1r1 to the " hole c-nftle-nev. Now, sir. f l. metasure, necorling to athe:-ife 'l-r;nt prinei. pies is not n1 X .piliia;: St ite ltii.t, m-n, Igim preaired 1to ah:1rndon1aa it. it h fle fi...

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. — 23 August 1838

HiCKIoi G niovE, Aug.13th, 1819. Mr. Editor. In answer to a nall made oi the Candid rttes l'or a seat in th next Iegislature lor this District, to say % hellher they nre in flu vor of a National Bank or again it, I. as one of that number will anmi; er that ca. in if few vurds As to at Nationil Batik I deen it unconstimtiontal, which i mili cient reason forl my oppoition inndpedem of nay other. The unmmctieisitutioniality eifsuchl -M) I1itutution, makes it impolitie, and11 iWim politie. inexpediet for Congress to eltarter such a d-ingerous mnompoly, as I believe no emerapney can ariae thnt ivilil jtify n dv parture fron the strict letter of lite Conti tution. If Ailon aie in this calse as e.xpLdi aCIl or politie,you set it dangcrous precedent tint designing politicians mnny pursue in every instrinec, un the gromiu of policy. or expediency. I hoild fint the Constitui tion should be ilf-M sinerei and iiviolilie. Respt'ly, T1lOS. J iilBBLER. EDGF.FII.LD,0. 11. Aug. 1.1, 1838 Genthm nen,...

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. — 23 August 1838

-VV.Rf . 7'ritten in an old Church un.1 lurinl-gtround. We passed the low sotone wa:1. nod s.ood ileside the hecdiera dead. Tha' lay'unknowing and uki.own' Each in his narron, bed O'er which the melow sumeimr sun its ov'nting g ories se.ed. And fn the sIee!% and vcrdlaint -od, A lengthened shttditw threw; Where o'er it unpri tendiig stone Or hillock rose to %lew: Trophies thait proved dt ah,zs king!y claim, Beyond ali pkuadiig, trite. And there, the church y ard path beside, A dial stood. to show How, flecter than the li;;ht-wisg'd wind's. Our inuiites come and go. And ceraini and ttn ceasinig change Avuit on ull bilow. SWo gazed upon its tar ished face, Just a-s tae solemn chime Rocked the grey tow'r whose sun-lit walls Rose on our gaze stiblime And to the wtl-tim'd heart it seem'd '.o say-"itedeem the tiime." We sat withiin its qum .0 shad, And on the sntim. scene. More lovely by the cmitras. iade, And pl- asmn;l setene, Gaz'd wth a joy we scarce had known, Since life was yountg a...

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. — 30 August 1838

-- . . - * g4 . LABORDE, Editor. "We will cling to the pillars o tcluj1 ofouriierti, and if i must fall wo Iiid't twiins." VOLIIRIE 3. EDGEFZELD . . The Edgefield Advertiser, Im PUnLnisHVat EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. TF.RMS.-Three Dollars per atmmm if paid In atlvance,-Three Dollars and Fily 'Cemits if' paid before the -expiration of Six Months Croi the date of Subscription.-and Four Dollars if nut paid within Six Mont)im. Subscribers ont of the State are required to pay in adrance. No sibseription received for less than one Year, nd no paper discontinued u.itil nll arrearsges are paid, except at the option of the Editor. All subscriptinis will lie contimned unless oth erwise ordere-1, at the end of the year. Aniy person procuring five Subscribers and becotimig responstible for the same. shall receive the sixth copy gratis. AyivJY1TISEMENTS conpicumousIly inserted nt 624 cemits per sq uare. for the first insertion, and 43.j cents for each continuance. Advertismenmts not havingthe numbe...

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. — 30 August 1838

* 130 .4~~bcIip,atirr ut all, ns it cjou circim * .I~o~u~D8C~ritV nlv.. '1ii, woului be* it i. deri4 iteel pralIMerue' over. spteie cir batgik 'ill-. If the (ovriiciat were to Ilse Itaukibills i1. - sides be'iti p)Iee1colyI~ its t!'Di lv ;Iii'l iil Spcpt&ie, ii'ct ilie~t.t ili ivc'; I'iits itlic Peopleg to) lifet.?~zar'ts eai* i,iz ao ieivit. tir haink silivtii-Amai . Alorcmi vr. Ii--~i~ * duet ol ti' 1,1i111(kt' '!ia~i y : -wich' k.1 ver vtc lir aiaa roiltI. !I-( han;h ;t'. il' til' itllr' to iilthe i t c , !, tzz 1% i. till lillev ~ 1'- 110 Suc efitls T 0v.l' pa putsiii is l 11- II trvi ii iivi iia lt tetU. I. ni,1: I irrizii voli %%, h h c, I,; .11;~*ii tle~ll c'~ilxii s civE .; The wi,-It4:-ri I 11,' c O, i s It(. i l t- 'I 1obul re' : v Ii.: i-w -il' pli*pcr otva 1~:ii- I"n~. 'i-'u; -notw jIieia Intlgej Ii~i A d ~ alciii;i110 1lu' 1j.au (jalpju' iiiil 'hia tiiii l i a~'.I t'i' L ili" ! i i ht e 'i 4~~. of'Ii ;I'f~u c ' cii u * iil 11,11 '.t aC Vk fior :_'ii ' tIt ' -,. it v...

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. — 30 August 1838

Vainetto Fort, will los as savnor, Stndl tiho never dysag naiaes of a W bington Pinicknev, at Alarion, a Pit kenu. nad n uit ler, will sound in our enr; fut to remitid.us aif our degradedI'sinte, and liumble coundi tion. Yes. sir, our liberties will bo gone. aind gone 1forover. The long ud ardnoiis struggle between Federl'iem, in all its vari onl. lacks and- disgui.,ss.nis epb calisl will ie Irautl to a final clo.-e by n complet. rnd tritniphiant %ictorv af tie former over tile latter. All future 'electionr for President of' [lie United StatmeA will le it complete iockery. Trhe Pre Sidicul will Staitilan tbe Uilk, and the Bank will -n.0:tinl the Preident. The fat,: of lihe Itic United States Bank will be a warning, loaz onl loudl, to all future ] ilks, tntiever agam in Il. fnnd in Oppositionl 1t !he LhEetillve nn tiiority of tre Geracrl Gaivertnment, baut onl thle contrary, to exert ina fiavor f wthi an ihorily all their power, which like ilh aitr rows of [Herctle, the Serpcnrrts of...

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. — 30 August 1838

Frona ie U. Staics Ge-:etur. .-Tim WiFi- TO lEtt SLVI:ING I lUSBAND. - The tin that hiias lie Iappy liV i e dear, but that which hn1iks the uIforitnale is teltaderness untitti rabnle."' Four lustics, love, hive pad awny, Since nt fhe ailtt's side', Thy nuptial promise' bles'l mine car, And Iwas call'd thiv bride : Up sprung a thoni aaas-anal'hnds a'f h1opC, 'To certe that honr, Alas ! a thousanad liea nat-ous buds, That :overcame to flower. For thou last eel, inl frt'ione's strife, A thing for sorrow's aim. Thv peerliess miid amnl noble haeart, h'Py proud u-anllie na ine unt vainly serv'd to ase;k-c atar, The( ills that ihremii aroiid, AnId ove ry dreamn of lraiti'd baiss, A canue oaf .rie was, ihinaid. The church-vard shows its litile nodi(k. Wlere loig have dwelt beteath. Dear phn its that inl tiheair ve nlalablootn, %Vero stricken don a by uteath Anal friends we lov'l urew cold and -tern As, riehaj" look their II;ihi', Anal aill, to the, Ias < luin to glonom, Where thou didst ...

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. — 6 September 1838

"'We will cling to. the' pillars 0 temple o our liberties, and if it must fall we wI amidst the ruins." PUBLSISED WEEKLY. VOLUME 32 EDGEFUmbLD U r. (6. taabce6, 235.g iTO. 31. The Edgerueld Adveritser, 1S PUnLISKD EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. 'fett.M.-Three Dollars per annum if paid in advance,-Three Dollars and Fifty Cents if paid before the expiration of Six ionths froma -he date of Subscri ption.-and Four Dollars if Lso said within Six Months. Subscribers outof the State are required to pay in advance. No subscription received for less than one year, ad no paper discontinued u.stil all irrearages - paid. except at the option of the Editor. .Il subscriptions will be continited unless oth erwise orderef, at the end of the year. Any.person procuring five Subscribers and becoiming responsible for the same. shall receive -the sixth copy gratis. AnvEnTIS1asTs conspicuously inserted at 'a cents per q unre, for the first ii--ertion. and 43.j cents or each continuance. Aiviertisenemnts 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. — 6 September 1838

POLAITICAL. From the Gremeile Mountaijeer. Aug. 31. TIlL CALHOUN ilNN Et AT SANDY SPRING. Wo ntetnded tih iininer given to Mr. CALIOUm in this District on Tlfstlay la't. and shold'liive atemlpted a descriptin oft the proceedings. had not the Committee of Arriwgements firtished its u ith tie follow. ing-, which it% done inl at m1twh1 more minute, and, we douh not. correct mauniner, tlau if that duty had devolyel upaon us. We will imerc'Iv sttik that after the ora tors had coneided their remarks, a getneral luvitation was civen to repair to the dinner table, in a pIleasait arove not Air dlisiatit. urhere a vety fine litarheeue had been pre pared bV the ('mmittee, 11f %% hieh nit least 1000 persons partook. We have been pre sent otn several occasioins of' ihe kitid, h-ut never before have we seen the preparatitins on so large a scale, the pirovisions so well prepared, and as good order presc ved. Mr. Calhioun arrived on the grouid at 12 uaelock, accoIianied by tle Coimmiliittee of Arra...

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. — 6 September 1838

atlong-rts theiforth hdw the fofitrdl of'the currency; Andilastiy ~give ovhis institu tion the keeping andl use of the Public Rev enue.-andmake it the flstal agent of the Government and you at once create an im menso influence in favor or high Taxes. be cause the higher the taxes the greater would lie its share of the spoils. In this crnade, the Munnfacturers or the north would most cheerfully co-operate for the anme object. And even fhe the labouring class believing that they would pay so small a proportion, and receive much in the form of disburse snents, increase of wages, &c. &c. would vociferate for high Taxed, and we should be again ground down by the Odious Tariff. Sir, we shoul * in the contaiintting in fluence of ihis mnster, as we would the touch of Leprosy. IIAM PDEN. Mr.' Editor. Since writing my answer to the call tiponi the Candidates, by the late meeting of Ci tizens, at Edgefield Court House, for their opinions in relation to a National Bank, I have observed ...

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