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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 7 October 1846

HI3CELLANEOIJN. Rail Road Convention at Cherau.-A Convention coa-iting of a largeinumber f Delegates froh partssof Virginia, North am'ua- an South Carolina, was held at 'londaytb2lstuit.: -William Boylan, Esq. was elected l'resident. Letters were read from--the President and several of the Directors of the Green ville and Roanoke Rail Road Company, expressing deep interest in the object of tbeCibifeutieiigaliUtheir-confidence that thipobjec must ultimately be accomplish edigenI, '-tit will be done now if suita -ble charters shall be obtained. Er -followinmg."preambnle an~d~resolutions. were unanimously adopted : Wibe s alppiug thQ-,Rail . Road eonueclinp between .the North 'and' the 89S.1733 li ie iMetrri~i n rotite il -.proyea certdttu ,Lmtiei of .promoitib the 4yosperiy of t exteosivo region of, coun: -ty, odfstrengtnening thenationai.defences. .stibdu tuug.sectiural prejttdces, and p-rpet uaing the uion f(be ataie-Therefre' Resolved That .i Cpnveauou .are deeply impressed n;. 1ti...

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. — 7 October 1846

for his produce ia, bjW1of great, im" pottt:);?iia~tis mai <,Upou'4he o#,enibtice ol at res+ ustevlu ofdandik.comqucdeet,odg*itouta ipftr * ket, are valueless bt tacI~al 'is not'es= n~ary asj a t n ti;fsnblsistence: .The planiter" W'anlsblss tor'fift' .miles, certaiiuly.h u~pjjnder greater'dis'advaaia. ges than hsetw yhauls .itwenx}-fve miles, and ?ite~ai s Q 't latter~e.al~tirgq else *beitsp equal,.uqonlcertainlyt tavt.;re ad" vaeti I np~tinvof~- value; rot tlnisc cir* -cnuiisti~ce oloTet''Phb T lwhdidwolaRail Road1rm Akilgpi'toti~la se, L would; to' all ipt6ai i rjhs , remqve the plat. - tatiot) of every-ma, who-lives inbove th. Court Hlouse, 23 stulges aer, to market' .affilhgt silt4Gmles of.1ravoe1of' his wva= go ~and~twai besides 'two or- three. days. time::DeW1N01a~i5 pIttiwthaUt dh "greater. c6aveniehree-*~markceJ not -for cotton on ly; rt6bnxna -y.otber"" things,; .which-are. not now sources from wvhich "the .planter. deriv3mox. .thctncrbaseI value of real estate, i~d a: ...

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. — 7 October 1846

THE NE-W-YQRK SEItITIFI 44IElRICAN '1e ddvocit'6Y lidisiiia'd Eterprise: and - Jogrndt d}' "eshanica add'otir Improvements, - bltsbdWeekly by linn&, Compaay. SECOND YEAR.! Thib Second.Volpme.of. the :SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN will be commenced on Satur tirday, Sept. 26th, undera system of entirely newO arrangement. ., The paper willappear in asiandso . QUARTO FOIM! -nitable fo gpieservation Aid,Binding; it will be printed on beautiful. SNEW TYPE4 aridinepaper, the Whole'rendering it one of the best printed papersever hssued in America. - CONTENTS. The'contehts of the Scientific American are probable more varied and interesting, than tholdiol any 'other 'weekly - newspaper in the United States, and certainly more useful. It coritains'as much interesting intelligence.as six ordinary daily papers, while fur real benefit it is unequalled b) any thing yet nublisbed - Each number regularly contains from TH.REE to SIX= ORIGINAL ENGRAVINGS," illus tritive of NEW INVENTIONS,-American '& Fo...

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. — 14 October 1846

r - ~1 ~ - "-#O - - .- . SWe will cling to 1he Pillars of the Temple of our Libertes. n~i ust fall w wilPerish& amidsu ke Ruins." eNO.3 ;O - - -X PUJBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. dBV W1. ~F. DURISOE, UDITOR & PROPRIETOR. , . .: NEW TERMS. Two DoLiAas and Firrv CEN-TS, per-annum, jfpaid in advatce --$3 if not paid withinsix tnointh*.frotr the date of subscription, and $4 if not paid before the expiration of the .ear. All sabscriptiops will- be continned, naless otherwise ordered. before the expira tion of the year ; bt-no paper will be dia 'coatinnaa until all ariearages are paid, un 'lrss at the option of the Publisher. Any person procuring frveresponsible Subscri bersqhall receive-the paper. for one year, A DviRT5SrNTsConspicuously inserted at75 cent per square, (12. lines, or less,) for the frst-insertion. and 37 foreach continuance. T ss-publishedmontlily or quarterly, wil becharge $1 per isitre. Advertisements iu having the numberof insertions marked uit them, wilfba contitin...

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. — 14 October 1846

%hrinttia to the 22d, all inCIusive, have been receivid at Ne w York. The proprietors of the fsland of.Grebada, have been addre'ssed by the Aporuey General of Barba36es on the subject of ihe evils under which the owners of estates are abofintg. He.uggests.as a retsedy< that all the estatesoo the island ie vested in a joint stock company, which thall establish central manufactories in two or three dis 'tricts, with raiirohdd for the transportation of the canegand the busineis of the wholo island thus tobe'car'ried on under one di rectiou. Tbe'Cooliesth've not gi'ven satisfaction, as they want spitit and energy. . .ord Harris had assumed the govetnmeut in Trinidad. The Parliament of Bermuda closed 'is session on the 10th Septenmber. The storm of the 16th and 17th Septem ber, in which the Great Western was 6'f fetted, had;been felt with great severity at these Islands. The wind blew with great violence in trerenido'ns gusts for a whole day, but no serious--injuary was done. From Por...

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. — 14 October 1846

Bnrmttda to the 22d, all inclusive, ave been received ate lc York. The proprie tors of the fIlarid of Grebada, have been rddre'ased. by the Attorney General of Barbaades on the subject of the evils under which 'the owners of estates are laborinfg. He~s ,ggests as a rernedy. that all the estates on- theislana ie 'veted in a -joint stock company, which hhall establish central mamdfi etortes in two or three dis tricts, with raih'oid't or the transportation of the cane,,and the busines of the whole island ihus io be'earied on under one di Vection. The Coolies y.ve not gi'veb satisfaction, as they want spirit and energy. lord H arris had assumed the government in Trinidad. The Parliament of Bermuda closed its 'session on the 10th September. The storm of the 16th and 17th Septei. her, in which the Great Western vas buf fetted, had;been felt with great severity at these Island'. The wind blew with great violence in treit endo's gusts for a whola 'lay, but no serious--injtkalry wals done. F...

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. — 14 October 1846

have som ritflapillary ir, We do not intend, liowevei s porta:pair of buge whir. kerstmnaistachesai ii s beai under the -chin. Weintend als'oboprese vo our peaceable, in offensivecharaitef. EDGEFIELDA ND AIKEN RAIL - lr.Editor:- W#ypro.mised .in our ar tide in the last number o1 your paper, to throw out a few hints on the profits likely to arise to this, community, by the Rail Road, when cotm leies, ,fffni Edgefield Village t. 4iken.j =ii our desire to be brief, we will shiply furnish an alalysis of the jeci'eaviogitto the practical men ofthe District-to make their own calcu la tions, and lraw.their:own deductions. The profius-n ay ,be ranked under two classes. Firstathose arising directly from the. Road as frnm'passengers, freight, carriage of ti mud,.and from convenien eies opuariouskandi. ,Secondly, thbose aria tg iirectq y the ieihancement of real estate, &c. t Under the frst head, let us consider let, r the prospecad-orpassengers. Evet now the amostof theiaravel to.Charlest...

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. — 14 October 1846

si;e.4&- $ lw 43O. 'Viwteside and. RetailA (coazsLa of COBS AD c -r1E aTKE REU now receiving from New York, t:itr Relected.stock of Groceries; consisting BAGGING. eui i Hemp Pope Manila Roil StiG A RS St. Croix,Porto Rico, Mtiacuvado, N.Orleans. Clarified, Loa,; Crashed. Powdered. CUFFEE. Old Government Java. old Cuba, new cr;p 'Cuba, -Rio; hoice Laguira, - IMOL.ASSES. Trinidad, rewy, rleans, Sugar House, Syrup, BACON. Hame choice-brands, country cured Hams, country cured Sloulders, western shoui ders, western Sides. SALT. Sack, Table, in boxes and sacks. NAILS. Nails. adiotted sizes, SHO T. Shot, assorted sizes, Lend, TE.AS. Bys1A, Imperial, Gunpowder, Black Tea, PICKLED FISH. Kitts Mackerel, barrels Mackert , Nos.1,2,& 3, Salmon, in kitts and barrels, Pickled Herrings, Pickled Shad, SEGA RS. TOBACCO . SNU/"'!'. Choice brands Segars, Thomas' Nectar Leaf Tobacto, bronoeu, Jones & Co's. and cheap Tobacco. Cut and smoking Tobacco, Sutf, in jars and bottles, (E'Ve would say...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 21 October 1846

- AL "~ *.~* We uiltetang to th&e Pllars o-. e -'-4fuu ibr~s;Y MID qa UBGt BED EVBRI' bNESDAY _pit E 1!?TER III S. '1'wuo tr RSand"I?iFrYCRaTS, perannum. of aidiri'ad'vaiice 3 if not paid within six P iton.tbsl rdhj,%the;,dnte of suhsctiptiou, and $4 if not pit -.before the expiration of the year. : 4ttsn'bscr'lplions,_ Will be_ continned, .unlidterwi3e ordered: before the expira "t ea ,oG.thewear but no...paperwill. e. die tatiitetd antttall',arrearages.. are paid;;uti es at, 0,0Rtion of hes" Pu lisher." Aii peraoii;pro,,a aring fige reepnnsible bub!Ctt berg, shalt "lreee?tve"'the.: paper fat one year " grtttitt:-' t ...:rte - ...... .. vaR a '. ' eonapicaauslyiwerted at75 ceat , per'iQ.u er= (L2 l hes or let*.) for the firtitinserttnn. and 37. foreiclt continuance. "l oat} pt4blislied monthly or.quaXterly:,,will be:Ot U fjl.$tper square. Advertisements riot having tlhennmber of insertionsmarked u n ei wtlt.bpi continued until oiderdd otit aa3'ciiar aaccordiugly. Cotomuatcalong...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 21 October 1846

ODGEFIELD DISTRICT. dg eld Court House, Longmires, R.Iidg :Colhze'-s,4 Cherokee Ponds . P Haisse, - Towles', t D.bn's, s Sheppard'si Smiley's, - amburg, Moun: Willing, ': ighardson's, Coleman's, Parkes', Perry's, 1Mogre's. Shaterheld, Allen's,. - Powells Long's, Nail's, Dornes's, Randall's, Bouliare's, Red. Hill, Rochell's, Kraip's, Rehioboth, Eiheridge's, X. TOTAL. St PHILIPS & ST. MICHAEL'S. for Senator-John A. Ashe. For Represeniatives. i V. D. Porter, John Philips, James Simmons, P.-D;T'orre," J. M. Walker, .W. A. Pringle, .G. Meminuger, G. C. Geddes, F. D. Ricl:ardson, - -..E. Care, -A. H. Dunkin, 'lenry Horibeck, B. F, Hlust, E. Huger. C B. Northrop, Thomas 0. Elliott, Nelson Mitchel. " ST.. TH EA S. For Senator.-Maj.;John Huger. For Represeniaties-W. J. Bull. - .. RICHLAND. For. Senator-Joseph-A. Black. For Representatives. A R. Taylor, Ad P4Vinson, - 4William F. DeSaussure, anes D: Tiadeweil. ABBEVILLE. For enator-T. C. Perrin. ' :For Repressetiatives. S-Smith, - asimnsn...

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. — 21 October 1846

~th ai ero hii 19-640fa 4 . b einJ'bfesides thse i ttten ''lad River srpeuside 'rsosil Broa4 Ikj$in that b t~4egie tevafra~l it ht t s e'o stii rhesieciarte R Svil then'ueRad will - . Eptuaiburg or, Aiken toGreeu .,, ,taiur charter becomes im e,.:as we'now have one to. , te e~n or H amburg,. and this i'ther.nterest'i. the Greenville Road will 3E6dc ~e tio unite.with uson terms whithwean cintrol.Undler these circur - 6) t es;t- iist' othingjbut prudent to wait e eott aft eimestingf the Le .giturea {hi-arter does not.. expire, :} v fifege toi}open our - a ao ve e rofive yers.from its T iauifas inserted tith -a view " * ja'aiqggf what rmiiht. occur. ;:Endoiom ee I hope we will move s lt1Ier*aUlty.ofsuiccess and not make d Our charter is:safe for four years ut take care not' to open books, aan~ithingfiil i the'subscription. This wei tls au's " Let every man who feels . teresitedist thescheme;draw up a paper fieiotl il fborin, and take it round to cish asiabet iid getthem.io pui down as ...

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. — 21 October 1846

S aerif's' Sale. NDYM ER, 1846. 't viitui'relitdrg 'writs of Fieri Fa - cun tone directed, I will proceed to bell at Edgefield Court house. on the First 'Mo iaind' Tuesday i Nnvember next, the folIwing propertyin the. foulow ing nated.cases, (o-wit - . 'he iotelist ofihe- defendant in. eight huudre.l acres.of land, more or less, ad joining . Ladsf"George: Tilliman. James Rainsford, .engy Addison and 'other,. levied .oi sh property- of James 11 Hf rrison,ads of C. J. Glover. Tio .:undred and fifty acres of ia, inore or)less, edjoining lands of Mrs. Ma. Buter. Sainuel ttfarke and others, levi on as the. property of Milledge Galpl't:. ads of Charles Hall, Peter Smith and wi; find bthers -eeverally. Four huridred and twenty acres of In d. more or less. adjoining lands of Derric-k H olsombake. }l Possey and others, levied on as the property of Daniel Posey, ad. bf S. F. Goode and others severally. One hundred and eighteen acres of land, more or less, whereon the defendant lives. adjoinin...

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. — 28 October 1846

- - A ' ws, 2~ I - - ----.; |II - ] 464 ~ We illclig t th Pilarsof he empe o ourLzbrtlOfdf~wewillPersh ~idt te rin9 S:PUBLuHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. * $YS WM. F. DURISOE, -E PDO R & PR c PRIET OR'. - - NEW TERMS. Two DOrLLRs and FIFTYCENTS, per annum, ti paid in advance.-$3 if not paid within six months from the date of subscription, and "$4" if not paid before the expiration of the year. All subscriptions will.be continned, ttess.otherwvise ordered before the cxpira tionl' ti1e'vear ;but no paper will Ire dis -'oafihued ;itiltail'errearages are paid..un less au.the option of-the Publisher. Auy.person.procuring five'responsib1e Subtcia hers, shalt, receive the papier for one year., *gratis.. A Di'ERTsg rss coespicuously inserted a .i -cents-per square, -(1Z lines, or less,) for the firstittsertion, and 37k-for each continuance. 'Those published monthly or quarterly, will _be charge $1 per square. Advertisements not-having the number of insertions marked on-them, will becontinued unti...

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. — 28 October 1846

t i e CharLesta Courier. r -.- ; 9411A on,Aelt.3:5. the South ft i ourdayofcourse, are with out further iiteli eiis from. Monterey. We learn, b. thb westein tmailr that our tro tinder Gen. Kearney, were fortify jog aata'Fe, and that a-portion. of them were aoglito move towards California. I is the ipntioii of thie Government to push the war with all possible vigor. The. 'ristice or eight weeks" has been disapproved of by the Government, end Major Graham. will, -in fifteen days form thi dY. -deliver to Gen. Taylor or derQ bead"to attack and destroy Ampli '5,arty, and advance towards San. uis~PotsI I-ars taiothAmpudia and Gen. Taylor acted under the impression that there was a prospect of a speedy termina tion -fblie war. They must have been agnOFai 'that: the Mexican Government 'hid declined our overtures forinnaediate negotiation.. L'he Governmient, itseems, is dissatisfied .. with Gen. Taylor's leniency towards the Mexicans;- They would have preferred ,iat he should have taken -or ...

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. — 28 October 1846

Ctsi daliC5. .M th CI'5Lt Courier. +.,-v sgt iaoN, Oct.15. We hav, admoTmififrom the South fot tNheWriTosdays, of course, are with out further iatellieneeiotu' Mont'erey. We learn, b thWt'estarn 'ails that our troop, udder Gen. Kearney, were fortify ingSantaiFe, and that a portlon of themr were'soouto pnbve towards California. Itis the intenttobof the Government to push the war with all. possible vigor. The 'rnistice for eight weeks" has been'disapproved of by the- Government, and Major Graham t will, -in -fifteen days fto-athis'day -deliver to Gen. Taylor or deitk' gahead "-to attack and destroy Anm aiia'S army, and advance towards SanLiS Potosi -Itappearethaboth Ampudia and Gen. Taylor acted under the impression that tbere was a prospect of a speedy termina tion of the war. They mitst have been ignorant That the Mexican Government ie d declined our overtures 'for 'immediate negotiation. The Gover-nment, itseems, is dissatisfied r' with Gen. Taylor's leniency tovards the Mexicans: ...

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. — 28 October 1846

the eoC I a c id ain and of the propui ib the C~t~ti. Ts'seig moiWe-haveitie -pleasu'ro tostate;- ithtW 1iWva rP iosvho is inter ested itn,eisifird: otithi 'ery valnable ' : I un h iieikie'aorin"at this tirni to increase thenimlisieof its subscribers, can be oeen ompyiefotl. :Hetwill probably gc* main,jpheslageloaabouta week.? TAWAltstsCoa=Eveing News! isyt'neat and handsoereApaper, ofcvedient saiser atid of cxellsetuirt ibi edbee trai klyat 4 4 per andnie ,nili at6 -det'sitias not tg. the skill railiiien at it .ow4:s sogeneral and Jder p lipo u, claia ;to have some g natseo.fI this kind, and -t n* qjthat' it is unsurpassed, at liu this State, for its high piiora1rtae,!orita general truthfulncs',a nd for the carfda-ad labor'ious selection of its matter Wheienirecerveoir exchangss, it is. among the-st toi/o ebed. and the last to be dis. misse'from oar printer's desks. Mr. Cardo - zo, b great diligenc~and by a wel culti. vated j tgeent,has succeeded -in. giving his paper petieal;-a -b...

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. — 28 October 1846

S EDGEFIEL D W sTICT: Edgefield Court House, ognghes, Ridge,. Collia 'Cberokee Ponds, Pirs House, Towes', Duuton's, Sheppard's, Smiley's, Hamhurg, Mount Willing, Richardson's, Coleman's, Parkes', Perry's, Moore's; Shatterfold, Ailen's, - Voivell' Long's, Nail's, Dort es'e, Randall's, Boulware's, Red Hill, Rochell's, Krepp's, Rehoboth, Etherilage's, TOTAL. REPORT O F the Commissioners of the Poor fo Edgeaeld District, to his Honor *ndge A. P. BUTFa, Fall Term, 18=16. From the 30st September,1845, includio" the expenses of Pensioners, boarding with Their friends, and Poor House ex penses; the different quarters of the year, berein stated up to the 30th Sep. tember. .186. PAID OUT 1st QUARTa, OCT. '6, 1845. Penstoners Names. An't Paid .Cheater Hester, $10 Francis Benton, . 5 MTry Rowe, 4 Martha Franklin, 5 Jonathan Catton, 7 Rachael .Temple,. 7 ElizabehiPrice and grand children, 7 Eleanor Lowe, (2 draws,) 10 Reuben 'Lybrand, 5 .Martin Sheppard, . 5 Join Kirlktand 5 .Kiney4.1athes . 5 -...

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. — 4 November 1846

-, We will cing t0 the Pillars of tenl of o' Ldh~te dif it must fall, we will Perish amidst the Ruins." --VOL*ME- -10.41 PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. BY W11. F. DUIIISOE, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. NEW TERMS. Two DOLLARS and FIFTY CENTS, per annum. if paid in advan'ce-$3 if not piid within six months from the date of subscription, and '$4 if not paid before the expiration of the year. All subscriptions will be continued, unless otherwise ordered before the expira tion of the year ; but no paper will be dis -continued until all arrearages aree paid, un -less at the option of the Publisher. 'Apy person prodarinag'fve responsible Subscri 'bers,shall receive the paper for oneyear, gratis. .&DvERTssEETSconspicuouslyinserted at75 cents per square, (12 lines, or less,) for the first insertion. and 5? for each continuance. Those publishe'd thonthly 'orqtiarterly, will 'be charge I $1 per square. Advertisements not having the number of insertions marked on them, will be continued until order...

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. — 4 November 1846

RIYSCELLAIN EOUS. From tA Charleston Evening News. THE COMMON SCHOOL SYSTEM While the people of South Carolina are contemplating the expediency of construe ting new rail roads, or erecting manufac tories-of extending their commerce, or improving their agricultural resources, as meansof increasing their population, their wealth and political power, there is one subject upon which we hear but little said, notwithstanding that by it alone, that pop ulation can be rendered happy, that wealth .advanta;eous-to the State, or that pulitical power safe in the hands of the people. Itswere idle to expatiate on the advan tagesor'evn'the necessity in a popular government of a general diffusion of the blessings'of edueSttui. 1rom the days of the Romans, when one of their brightest philosophers expressed his doubt whether the man who administered justice to the people was of more value than he who taught the youth the principles of virtue and lnowledge, to this age which delights to call Itself mo...

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. — 4 November 1846

' aayalistricts. .-%e are pleased:to see gentle then oflearningaud experience-in thege matters, their attention'to them, and- endeavoring, as far as lies in their power,t develope 'the re sources of their own farms as well as those of their neighbors. ft give.us great pleasure also, to see in otit exchanges w ell written essays on any.subject connected with agricultnre.: They cannot but produce beneficial results. We know that there is'aauong a large class of ihr mers, a. strong-prejudiceegainst what is vul garly -called "Book learning," ii farming. They think that it is all tIeory,aud nothing else Because some of those gentlemen who write learned essays on a'grieniture, are very indiffer ont practical plasters, they thitik that sci'enti tic knowledge on this subject is utterly useless. Never was there a greater error. Ulrtil science is applied to agriculture it never can advance to tnuch extent. But for scienco.the agricultural resources ofthe country, never coa!d be deve loped. Th...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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