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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 2 September 1846

unfi! after the death offits-autltor. Article the rceud.entitled "The Preacher,"evinceslearn ing,.and welldecribes the high cailing and tie cssential qui6centions of a Mlinister of the Gospel. The fon'rth.article gives atiinteresting sketch of the several States and 'he condition of society in mnodern Itaily. The fifth article is a prilosophical- essay upon "The Study of Ilistory," and is a good revien of the able "introductory lecture on modern history." by Dr. Thomas Arnold. It utlords tuch inrstrur. tiont, not only to the general reader, but to the diligent student ofisktory. Article sixth. enti tied, 'The condition of woman," is a review of a work called "Wontan in the nineteenth century, by S. Margaret Fuller "a lady distin guisied for her learning and her talent. The r. viewer is so ungallant a knight, as to tilt a h.nce with Miss Fuller, in the subject of the rights and duties of the Iair'ex. To use the language of-the reviewer, "M1Iiss Fuller i: con tending for wlnt she supp...

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 September 1846

MISCELLANEOUS. A Singular Burial.-The Courier des Etats- Unis from' the "Avenir" of Point Peter, -Guadaloupe, gives the following instance of superstition remaining among the blacks of that island. The occasion *as the burial of a negro cook . A few moments before taking up the coffin. all the cooksofPoint Peter, a pretty imposing number. had arrived at the house of the dead. Each wore upon his mourn ing dress, the white apron, symbol of the profession, and carried in his hand-ono a saucepan, one a frying pan--in a word, all the kitchen utensils accompanied all the cooks. The coffin was followed up by a complete meal-carefully prepared, and which would have been much better for a living, than a dead man. There were fine looking roast fowls-iced hams, plates of baked rice-and the usual compliments ofthese dishes, which, carried with be coming gravity-with their crape cover ing-recalled a distant idea of the capart soned war horse following the last march of his master. At intervals, ...

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 September 1846

We will cling to the Pillars of the Temple of our Liber Te, andif it mut fall, we wi Pcrish amidst the Ruins." VOLU E XI. _Ue a u% NO. 3. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, BY WM.F. DUE1V.-OE, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. NEW TERMS. - 'vo:)omtAs and FtFTY CENTS, per annum. if paid in advance --$3 if not paid within six 4inenths from the date of subscription, and ;,4 if not paid before the expiration of the year. All subscriptions will be continned, .unless otherwise ordered before the expira tion of the year ; but no paper will be dis continued until all, arrearages are paid, un less at the option of the Publisher. Any person procuring five responsible subscti bars, shall receive the paper for one year, gratis. .-. .A >vavstS~EM sconspienouslyinsertedat7> cents per square. (12 lines, or less,) for the fir.t insertion. and 37.1 for each continuance. -Tiiise published monthly or quarterly. will be charge $1 per square. Advertisements not h-sving the number of insertions marked on thea, will...

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 September 1846

191ISCELLA1N VOIS. THE COTTON CROP. The accounts frem the Routh and West (says the..Chharleston Evening News) con tinue to represent the ravages ofthe ator-. -pillar as most destructive - to the Cotton crops. The Louisiana papers state that the Army Worm has ceasedini-destructive course in a portion of the cottob region of that State. In the meantimo the Boll Worm is going on- with its frightful work, destroying the Cotton as fast as. it ma tures. (t Mississippi the same disastrous intel ligence oecupies its papers. The Vicks burg.Whig of the 20th ult. says: "The caterpillar, army worm and boll worm. have attacked the cotton crop in all this region.--We have seen various ac counts in the newspapers. and learn from oar planters that in this country they are committing their .depredations, but they can scarcely form an estimate of the dam ages, as yet to the crop." In Alabatna statements of the same char acter appear in the journals of that State. The Montgomery Journal says: " Anothe...

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. — 9 September 1846

~ 1IeY n en er rr <EDGEFlELD C. 11. - EDN ESDAY, .SETIEMBER 9, .1816 The Court of Equity adjourned on Saturday last. Several cases were tried, but some of -considerable importance were postponed. Edgefeld Association.-This body will hold its next annual session, on Saturday next at Siloam Church, 5 miles North of Cambridge, Abbeville District. We have heard, that some enquiry was made on Monday last, at this place, whether Mr. Jas. -S. Pope was still a Candidate for the Legisla ture. At the request of some of his friends and tieiglibors, we state that Mr. Pope is still a Candidate, and that lie hiss been prevented by serious domestic affliction, from mingling recently as much with his fellow-citizens as he would have donc under other circumstances. The Edgefield Squadron of Cavalry paraded at this place on Saturday last The companies composing it presented quite a brilliant and martial appearance. We were pleased to see, the troupers vere.very generally, well mounted and handsome...

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 September 1846

]ELECTION~ RESO~L'ES FOt 00BEU 1846. SO MUCH AS RELATES TO EDOEFIELD DIS TRICT. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATITES. December 15, 1845. T HE Committee on Privil-ges and Elec tions. to whom were referred sundry 'Petitions, praying the establishment of new places of Elections. and the a poistment of Managers for the next General -Election. have had the same under consideration, and beg leae to submit the followinmg Report; and re commend the adoption of the followimg Reso lutions: Resolved. That the Elections to be holden on the second Monday in October next. and the day following, for Menbeis of C..ngress. State Senators, and .Members of the House of .Representatives, shall be hl at the following places and conducted by the follnwing persons: :EDGEFIELD DITtRICT. At the Comt House-J. H. Mins. G. A. :Addison and M. Frazer. Longmire's-Jasper I. Yeldell, J. P. Perrin and J Anderson. Ridge-S. Watson, -L. Holmes and E W. iPerry. Collier's-C. G. Garrett, William Prescott and William G. laninis'nd. Ch...

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 September 1846

",.: -~'' -r e r ,4-*,+ :*~ ( t 441 We ail'I cling to thze PZilars of the Temple of our Lii ,m fst fall, we will Perish oamidst the Ruins," aVOLuME eI. -aa PUBLIJSHED -EVERY W'1EDNESDAY. B W .Ff;DURISOE, 4D-TO$ Ri PR O P RI E T O . NJIT ER31S. '1WoDo.Lss and Firry CENTS, per annum. . j-aid in advaice -$3 if not paid within six nuonths from the date of- subseiption, and ~$1 if not. paid before the expiration of the tear. All subscriptions will be -continued, unless:otherwise-ordered before the expira ftid ,he year ; buno paper mitil ,dis odaued until all -arrearages -are rd un Its at ibe'option of thie Publisher.., ;Aisjperson procuring five responsibl'e Subscri bezs, shall rocefve the paper foi- oneyear, gratis. . - hxahgtrsssrTsconspicuouslyinserted at75 cents'per square.(12-lines, or less.) for the ftrtinsertion. and- 37& for each continuance. Thse.published monthly . or quarterly, will bee harge. S1 per square. Advertisements not havng the nimher of insertions marked on them,...

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 September 1846

. Fro ' Aicrtca#; Syt asVAL O1-TE it ASA e} We reaei eiby theitetnhoat fast nght from Phil kephia a-cpy of'- lmer f seiihts=Earopin. Tiles. of the 19I I al'. from which.,,w.e,njke tp. the following summary of news-prtacipally~Commer cial-most-oter mtiers of imtcest.coni tained in it having been given in ourTel egraphicdespch. gsterdav morning. Profesiol)ee,% ' William anid Mary .College,oiyirginia, di'ed in Paris a few dayspeiavjpus4l the,ailing of the steamer. He arrivel injnaisity only the day before *hisfieath.' The aitieipa;ed almost total .faildre of the potato.crev in En ;land, Irelant and Scotlandi.has-.ca& ed the price ofr indian Corn to .risefroni 254. to 32s. a .quartet during the last three weeks. The quan tity in t fie 31editeranean is said to be very small. It is expecfeil th at. merica will be enabled.to renip a olden :harvest in the sae of this article iii Elglaod. IComnmnercifL.U-='lie'o'ton. market ham been in a quiet state.;in the fmanufictur :ing districtbUiin...

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 September 1846

('.tearfiul.~* tl ~ torm *a e perien cte'J at ?11i a z s '(rulia.)1'on ?hq' 19th , -he Aurora:.- "c - .:;: "'Three h6I~e ere iVtk' by. a "ingle Don Jose Fbh 'e_ ip had nearly all his #~dress ripped. nen1 by t fuid:: running through. 4.tJT _ifr!, ,Ne.ofon his h str t; ; "lheut- soleohfdwiro in th&lebtti ;y; clek; Don1 sontiago. del Mlonte, eras ssJ i pbsite4nwia and the chair-orr bti~l~ltie- siitog bad nearly atilie brass .t-cks aw'ou-iiru"by the fluid. ..Auothe. I h e~jtd ly: wihtere-. upt aids or forty {rcr to t~eere ; a~semled at ttie" tizne;WaS hLA s riak by the fluid fortunate~y,. uiiiI uig a'' bngleperson, but-destroup ?Ilobkong'..ass-ai4a.rca; ";ortionof" o(ie dot9 s Ieiadows .atn&.t:l13. * eepecialyA3 r any metals we found. The third h N -F!ectet-by the hnck.tas 'the merc De e;-sttbItshmeot of.A~lser. "'Noys an 'tJ pks ''One of their c.erks lttu a parcel~vRts wintch he held in his -tianldat.lto, morment thrown to- a xrcat 'ditaceC'm fit,. Ong of the houses the one 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. — 16 September 1846

~i~i~FSrSALE.: gt8e Q$6i thCarolina, ?DG~IF.Lp DISTRICT. Au tinRv - P icant, - . Summons Nar hwe e&,thers.deft'., Partition.: ' Yen order from John Hill. Esquire Oiipidy of Edgefield District.. 1l "i * ptceailto sell in theabove stated case.a - -Edgefild Court House, on ,the first Mon * day.iti. October- next, on a credit unt '. rthe.first of. Januar neat. lands belongiu: to the estate of William B. Rowe, dec'd. situate in the District and.State aforesaid 'near T. J. Dvson's Mill, containing flifteen acres. more or less, adjoining lands. o . . -William Mays.. T..J. Dysdon and others T1 he -porchaer -will-be required . to giv - bon. anid security. and a mortgage of the remises,. to the Ordinary, to secure th purcaseb money. Costs ton e paid in cash .1. BOULWA RE,S..E. D. September 9 4t 33 .Sherif's Sale. State of South Carolina. - 'EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. " -966i P. Quattlebum, App l't.) - vs.. Petition Rosy 'AnnQuattlebum, and . for others, defendants. Partition. Y an order from Joh...

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 September 1846

*-A* We will cling to the Pillars of the Temple of our L:iberies inust fallwe will Perish amidst the Ruins" VLJIKE XI. art 114h 88. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. BY WIM. F. DURJSOE, 1 DITOfR & PROP1RIETOR. NEW TERMS. TI'wo DOLLARS and FIFTY CENTS, per annum, if paid in advance -$3 if not paid within six Months from the date of subscuiption, and $I if not paid before the expiration of the year. All subscriptions will be continned, unless otherwise ordered before the expira tion of the year ; but no paper will be dis. continued until all arrearages are paid, un less at the option of the Publisher. Any person procuring five responsible Subseri bers, shall receive the paper for one year, A DERTsEMEtTS conspicuously inserted st75 cents per square. (12 lines, or less,) for the first insertion, and 37& for eaih cohtinuance. Those published monthly or quarterly, will be charge i $1 per square. Advertisements not b-ving the number of insertions marked on them, will be continued until or...

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 September 1846

F . 0.Piedyept. 11. LATE D IMPORTANT FRO1 ARRIVAL OF THE ARAB-SA. TA AN ma's MA4ore kr -VRRA CaUz-Coi ytN- BFtNT OF PAREDES AT PKROTE NEw PaRo uNCIAMENTO. FoR PARKE~S- - tie Bihli stepsmne Arab arrived off 'the Balize the night of Wednesday last, the 9th inst., having left Vera druz on the afternoon of the 3d inst.,.; at 4 o'clack. The Arab, it .will be recollected, is the vessel which. conveyed Santa Anta to Vera Cruz' She got aground at the Pass in eight9g' qater, but it was supposed would easily be got off. She is expected to come.uin to the city this morning where jbpe'- is te undgo smiee slight repaires. She encoutered very rough weather on her passage hither and proved herself a fine sea boat., The 'British 'sloop of war During arived. at"Vera Cruz on the 2d inst. frn:etth- Balize : We learn -from a commercial house than the 'Arab left Vera Cruz aI,'fort notice. and no letters or pa pers were received by her. The Aiqst iinportant news by the Arab touches..tiearrival of Santa A...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 23 September 1846

Year be coitiuiieie~sniing, Viz W. P.;Hu r., Preside, t. J.- W..Cut.aste. 1st Vico President. W, Roral '.nd IV S. Iaie;"S'ecretary.; A. WiA.LEa, Tfleastiref.' Who, with whomsoever the Church may ap point for Bethany-. W. 'Smith. for 'Beulah-; E. Lake,'Damas cas; M. Cobb, Providence; T. Payne, Fel Iowship ; A. H. Mclee. Turkey Creek; Jas. Sharp, Bethlehem; W P.' Martin. Broad mouth ; A. Williams., Little, River; Jas. Rich ardson, Siloam; saim. White, Walnut Grove; ant W. .rgok, Penial, the Executive Cum mittee. . . .. - - * 4. Treasu rted thcah IW. P. Hill, which was~ robvind coictirred in.." From which it>ppas there is on hand sub ject to the e'oaety Fno. Boa , ..- : $30 13 Contributionsfaom Churches, 63-95 $94 08 5. The ECeuive, Committee reportedas followst 1. Since the anniversary of. the Society, July 22nd.1815, perchased from A. & F. B. Society Bibles and - Testaments amounting to $98 66 Sold 75 Bibles and Testaments for 80 47 Gave 45 Bibles and Testaments wortli 25 73 O...

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 September 1846

iFF' SALE. OCTOBER, 1846. Svirtue of sundry Writs of Fierl Fa -Bg aqsrO.ne directed, I will proceed .tqeh.at Edgefield Court House, on the First Monday and Tuesday following in -October next,' the -following property in the following named cases, to-wit , The interest'of the. defendant 2ina eight krundred acres of land, more or less, ad jining lands of George Tillman, James Raiasford, Benj..R. Addison and others, levied on as the .property of James H. Harrison, ads of theC. J. Glover. -Eighty. acres of land, more or less, ad joining lands of Samuel Hammond and otherse levied on as the property of J. H. Richardson, ads of B. J. Ryan. Two hundred and fifty acres of land, more or less, adjoining lands of Mrs. Mary Butler, Samuel Clarke and others, levied on as the property of Milledge Galphin, ads of Charles Hall, Peter Smith and wife and.othets severally. Four hundred and twenty acres of land, more or, less, adjoining lands of Derrick Holsombake, H. Posey and others, levied on as tle ...

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 September 1846

o~rl/CiC~t'q~'t~t~f~r--Vf" fa r_: tvJ '' a e + ;J 1 '' ! J. ,i *V 1Ia.. I - r .) ,We olcigt h ilr fteTipeo u ie1s tsns fail ,w il Perish amidst thei Ruins." 4.P -ds VOUAIIYIE~8 Q%~. . 22 PUBI~ED.EVRYWEDNESDAY. ,BY W1U. F. T0 .OE E.D.ITOR & PRO.PRIETO . NEW TERMS.. Two DOLLaRS and FITI CsrNTS per annum, .f paid in.advance---$3 if not paid within six 'months from the date of subsciiption, and '$4 if not paid before the. espiration of the 'ear. All subscriptions will lie continued, unless otherwise ordeted- before the expira tion of the year; b itio-papewill be dis continued until all arreg ages ard paid, un less at the optionef the Puiblisher. Any person p rocu ng jive.responsible Subecri bers,'hall receive tle paper for one year, grats A oVETSaWE -S cnn piCu anslyinserted at75 cents per. square, (.12.lipes, or -less.) for the first inaeetion. and 374 1er eaci -oiitinuance. Thise pablished monthly or quarterly, will be charge I $1 er-qtiare.> .Adveirtisements not having the num...

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 September 1846

, -,XIR f, T" '".'C'ff ;j" {% .r ' 1. " tl .. ;r " 1 .1 i} Jy+ 1 l .J I ,: ,f i" 't.ut"l ti'ii i s 7 't ". .Y " n t" 1 %il. -Al ". f r .w., 1 1 !r 1 a 1 : ~ ' i 1'I M" VP! ! 115 t r 1 .I r. r ,ia f .. it i '- S. "1, 1~iJ i t r. 1. 't . ?( ',,, "A.1 t N'" ; l.r! T .1. r .. . .. .. J_ %) . itr t .., A ) rr .Ir. r ti ;' . " ' ,.. 1 l 1 ). '4" .Q.' " r tom.: 1 . r 1 . fiL wi aa 1 i li i 1 1'. frv v X11 { " t1 k . 1 We tad cling to the Pillars of the Temple of our Liberrita;' ; l l r8t fall:we ioilt Perish amidst the Ruins " An PUBISHiDEVERY WEDNESDAY. BY a W1.F. DURISOE, EDITOR & P . O PR1I E TO I. NEW TERMS. Two DOLLARS and Firri CarTs, per annum. if paid in-advance-.$3 if not paid within six 'months from the date of subscription, and ,$4 if not paid before the expirntion of the year. All subscriptions will be continued, unless otherwise ordeisd before the expira tion of the year ; bt do paper will be die continued until all tarrearages; are paid, un less at the optionof the Publis...

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 September 1846

Wesbingft- .st direct contiabt *ith Wisconsin, Iowa is amongst the most com pact States in. the Union. The breadth rhy. when rthesou ri' boundary ib deided, will not, it is.prob&a differ much for- two huadt'ead miles:: Te mean length from east to west, or be= tween the Mississippi and Missouri rivers, 4.AbOSR. 280. miles;: ireaZ5.00. square mies. By the general method aopted in regard to-Wisconsin, the entire outline 6f Iowa amounts to only about 900 miles, through an area the latter exceeds thefor 'ter 8,000 square miles. Of its outline -towis bounded;accordingtotbe mode of, sneasurement stated, 250 miles on the M ajsippfind 170 on the Missouri. A direct air line from Washington to the _synthe tern aagl oiowa at the mouth of the Des Moines river, bears north 824 west; distance 780 miles. The aggro ate a ea of th'e two States amounts to 1 ,000; and mean extent, 52. 00square miles; and the subjolded ta ble will enable the 'reader to. appreciate the relative extent' of the whole o...

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 September 1846

-6 boltie nei l a e6 nii H beofp pula flipg:ie-ah , jet I" .i.fi sof 1r vSew gaing ainteiiie iea1~~t vv'* y& 3 wh witho:p froesidpaw t p s%.before n frn anI846. S *asimilar iuqui ablIeetie olqnteer Rten mn'Edt>FSo:'Ci-: are but indications of po putarftilig ditrhe satie subjectd. I: piAt were hm ae to aIft lo d oaifueddr pfoHiaio. ' iw very graiiyiugcinteprew t 7tad wthdheI.eaaidret jpst before leadi ag'WVsington. he was frank anduindis gaus~edeia ging me hi amrresagns~ to the pre" tf edeIs should tbe tan pfddretofthi mide pUliin o speedy peace {ail 1t ll s ol firfe tbteatucrevould de theUitentatedpoditc ofaithiAn nab~a~dLperhPS .arge unumber of iron be bcal for..ha :the assurance 'roa1' ent,.4batloir. regiment would bere ,inn g servicetiihould the wa be to ld: t y owtl iisnty is; thrat the har will be pro eid.-the mortified pide of the Mexican atefeat, willoly increase their hatred toward tbejUnitd State,.andit wilt-not be until their donestic altars arein danger;that they w...

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. — 30 September 1846

:ggrso I' sgiih'CenilisteaI tar ' EoR uarni: % s o AND 1RECEIVNJ. TDND'I)RWi.RDI, 6 GE NOCY, ASISURO. S. C. The subscriber be;,s leave toinform his friends and the oublic, that he gas leased the buildings ormerly cms:iplei by the. Rail road Company as a Depot. for the purpose of pursuing the above husiness in -al its various blanches. ConOfl stored. with him, will have the im5 portant advantage ofbeing as it were ON THE RAIL ROAD. and ready for transportation either to Cha rliston or elsewhere, as the Cars load and unload immediately at his doors; whilst its location on this account also presents paramount advantages to those who may wish to sell their Produce in this market. He flatters himself, therefore, from the superior location of his W.rehouse. togethet with his determin' ation to give strict attention to the interests confided to his charge. he will be able to give general.satisfaction to all who may favor im with their custom. Liberal Advances will at all times be m'sde on ...

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. — 7 October 1846

fr' lt L is 1 ,, r'i't '. }. r l >r' {' %~.J 1 n t". .L1 , .L t, D ,. }I r " 3r .+rl . u-' , , 1.n, r.r . f. ;.:: "( '+ .' ::1 v f , i 'i; (" Y '"i " '.,:.' r .:i , .tl .il r".i:;1 1 + yn. <' (:lrii t V' v "r;. I ' " " ,1 LI' t) I .y i. { .rj i :i l' 'I't {r, t l r ;t r t ,I r I f 1 .. .{i' r ' I:f ' r r ice' : i 'R rFJ' " .1} ' !, . '(' _ .. - . ;,t .L 1+7ifi tiF: . I' ,.:! - !.+ S. ":'1 i .. .. ... .. ! y h ": U "S Wt- woill'cling to the Pillars of A e Templc of our Libertus, at Bf 'it-must fall ice will Perish ;amidst the Ruzns!' r 1 i ' r " 'r. .. I - .. :. .. ' 1 " 1,., r.- ' .1. IG ,(i :3 . t . . ..1 "I1+ ., .. .. 'I .. .i. ? . .. __ ') .'i" 'i l! i' I. 11111 ' i,1 '"r' ! .ii, l v,;1, ,I. . J ..i " r i 7 t i 'a mm vt a Q a 1~1O~LP RPRITOR. NEW T E RS. T rd.DOLtiS and FiV C sirs.per annum, 7f paid in advance'-3 if At paid within six imonths from the 'of a ubsciption, nid 44if 6df paid :befoie the'expiration of ,tle year. All sabscriptieris will be continued, unles otherwi...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
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