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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 4 November 1846

New Groce Y " PEARSON Iwlesale and Retail I (coRNRa OF.COBB AND CENTRE STREE RE now receiving from New York, Char selected stock of Groceries, consisting -BAGGING. Hemp Bagging, Hemp Rope, Manilla Rope, Twine. SUGARS St. Croix, Porto Rico, Msuscovado, N. Orleans, Clarified, Loaf, Crashed, Powdered, COFFEE. Old Government Java, old Cuba, new crop Cuba, Rio. choice Laguira, MOLASSES. Trinidad, New Orleans, Sugar house, Syrup, BACON. 'Hams. choice brands, country cured Hams, country cnred Shoulders, western Shoul ders, western Sides. SALT. S.tck, Table, in boxes and sacks. NATLS. Nails, assorted sizes, SIIOT. Shot, assorted sizes. Lead, TEAS. .Hyson, Imperial. Gunpowder, Black Tea, PICKLED FISH!. Kitts Mackerel, barrels Mackerel. Nos. I,2,& 3. Salmon, in, kitts and barrels, Pickled h errings, sPickled Shad, SEGA RS, TOBACCO S SNUFF. Choice brands Segars, Thomas' Nectar Leaf Tobacco, Oronoco, Jones &. Co's. and cheap Tobacco, 'Cut and smoking Tobacco, Snuff, in jars and bottles,...

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. — 11 November 1846

.I *.~ ry +.. ," + r V4,yi h' tt' 1.: ti i ;y Js. 7")ij{I'. i v 1" ' 11.1 jry;l "r1 I.i -N,14a l.,,r rrl _."r .,., ,"i fl y . I I:.'' r 'll ! Ir I1 I" (i {i :I,:I:r . . . " ;:' < 1/.r Y' 4 .,, ..- li '1r1J t7 1. _ ? .. " . Si. ;i ,,. .. t t M' ' ' ... , , "r ," "" " r'iVe trill cling to. the'Pillarspf the Tempe of our Ltb rtzta it miza fallzae zo ll Perish amidst the Iuf s. I'm PU YSHED--EVERY WEDNESDAY. f P 4 0 P iSO t . TWnD6ticasitnd FiFT CEN'S, perannum. if paid inadVance.43if not paid within six mouths from the date of subscription, and $1ifnot-paid before the expiration of the year.. at sabscriptions willbe continued, naless etjierwise ordered before the expira ti fith year t but 'no paper will be dis contiein nli art'arrearsgges are paid, un les;sat thetention-of-the:_Pubishera - . A roparing fve respenable Subscai bas,#~aflt ,roceivthe. gaper for one year, :Aa rstrisescoR icuoislyinsertedat75 cents 6r sqiare,-:'2lines, or less,) for. the ..Arstineo -andSThfer each continu...

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. — 11 November 1846

From t&Chrlstois C~Oirit THE MEXICAN WAR. The heroic bearing and gallantry of vue arm} have ei n13thacountry-wita glory. The noble Imanner in.t hich volunteers have 'offered their services, has attracted the adutiration 4f-Europe. The vigor and.gower'of a Republican government have .been felt ..m all-our operations. But notwithstadding all this thjte are some :qestions of domestic policy springing up, connected with the roar, which are calculated in their pro, giess, to produce a profound itpression upon our institutions. i other ws, the, heavy disburse rmets of Goveiinniont wore made in the N rth and on t&e Lake frontier ; our fortification, harbors and navy, have all. been built up in the North. This dmade a constant drain,' whilst we felt the operation in nothing but taxation *ithout any return. In the present war, all this is t eversed, and we yi'see the effects in exchanges,,sedtting in fasr of New-Orleans. The spete funds requi red :fur go erniegte will force .the curr...

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. — 11 November 1846

e,1 tel it As, From aA& .hTaltoiLCeuitievr THE MEXrCAN WAR. The heroic bearing and gallantry of our~umphtJ1 her thacountry With glory. The noble ,manner in, hich volunteers have offered ikeir services, has attracted the dniiration of.Europe. The vigor and power of a Republican Government have been felt-..n all our operations. Bt -. ngtwithstaAding all this thbre are soine ,questions of domestic policy springing up, connected *ith the erwh~gbge calculated in. their pro, g-ess,.to produde a priofound ib~pression upon our instirtions. - 1 doo her wars the heavy disburse meal Governmient were madein the Nrth nindon tie" Lake frontier ; our fortifcation, harbors and navy, haVe all, beeu built up in.the North. Thissuade a constant drain,' whilst we felt the operation in nothing but taxatioa *ithout any return. In the presnt. wdr, all this is eversed, and w.o wili'se :the effects in exchanges,,efing in fabor of New-Orleans. The spec ie funds requi red .fur goernet4 .will ~force .the cu...

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. — 11 November 1846

N-C the subject of conasutI!1 a. R. oad from that plac0 IW6ie L4 atiii The Uomuiitteedht. at a-.vials -' the E~ultia t tt '"i 1 sI eaor to procure ajointg rim" the 14il?> ores.fldrh and pOarD1ing }e pirpposed rail reade;.whtc . .passed. :F ; IFrans the-Cors pn ea.ef adutiratr - isltCGoo, Nov:,?3. We have had'a severe storm here -from the N.-E. for two days.' -" j 'We hav~e intelligenceo tifq yd'fi'att. ne: nited"rifle regimot. under' the dijutant4 j - ge, us .aor 'derpd to join General Taylor. The Cot r oneldrthe-regimentPercifer P Smith, of Louisiana. is now. aMlonterey. 'General Wool'scolumn is on their march to 'Cbihuahaa. General Kearney has -mahehod with' noirly all'hisforce to Cali tornia . : . :,. . Ato za'operations in the golrot Mexico we dears nothing more concerning. them. Bdtit appears now tobe quite certain that no expedition from:Tampico'will be under nkee, this- fall., crintiiin toopen -a corm mnunegidaQ frotm that pointto San, Las .?otosi.. c. :Its,an.eeter tise ....

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. — 11 November 1846

E DISTICT . iidoaesfin , in this iapas1r 81t. at ddeield 'Goirt Hle- fonday a De eee zd'bed,' ~.ia uftid 'lielonfgg tltii a'b Sinm il~inp Sear, z isac't 'nd Stai. ag ; tlie tract of'lind whereon. 'she pc edesided at the . time of his; deajhscotaining, four . hundred.-and two acree;+hiure or -les, t lyi-g on Stepheo's Creek, and adjoinitg landsof rithe estate of Then ompkinsSenr deceased, Jas.j B ockwo11U, Joihn Briggs.a6d others.' - ids t illb66 sold onlacredit of .oo year, except as toa it i'ls s .at'till.pay, the cost of this.uitp.tothat time. .Whepurchaser to'tgi sedoud) with' gabO aedpersonal eecurity, and a inortgage: of th'e pi-ensisea .io .. .ecuose .the :pturchase: ,.ltE ELD'DISTRICT-4 Jqn..Hil ~Ordinary.y oe~li~ ;vs,, Pore lostre. Lewis Eltuey, . N~Tucevs erey g'veh,~hatby virtue of an :- rder fr6.t 'the Court'qf -Fqnuity, in this -case, I shall sell at Edgehikl-( uril ouse, on. the first Monday in December next, the mortgiged .premises described- in the bill, viz - A ti dt...

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. — 18 November 1846

.lem - -,f We will cling to Ike Pillars of the Temple of our Liberties; a* i tmust fall, ce will. Perish amidu the Ruins."' * L*. -L V AME IL ,. * *e ._ - -A. -_*-_-_-- -*-*-.-*-I-. PTOLTSHED1 EVERY WEDN.SDAY. *BY WM.J~ F. DURIISOE, DiTOR1 & PROPRIET'OR. 7EW TERMS. oW arLLAfr and FIFTY CN'Ts, per annum, . if paid in advantee-$3 if no paid within six tyonths from the date of subscriptinn. and $4 if not paid befbre the expiratim: e te year. All sahsbriptions will be enatinned, unless dtherwise drdered before the expira. tion of the year i but no paper will be dis 7intinfted until till arrearages are paid, un. leus at the option of the Publisher. A'Yy perhon proenring five responsible Subscri hers, hafl receive the paper for ogle year, gratis. A vs-rskatsiTnnCOSpiCitonsigyifnletera at75 eents per sqnare, (12 lines, or less.) for the Ilrstinsertion. and 37.J for each enntitananee. Those pi blisheti monthly or irnatterly. will be c!arge:1 $t per square. Advertisefments not hiving the...

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. — 18 November 1846

* - - I t; . t ".1r u ". . ie will cling [o lw-Pilars the Temple of our L beraic iiF'Rumt fal; we will Peish . 1 . . th Ruins 10 - I OLJ11I XLM ye 44 PU Su ED tVERY WEDNESDAY. -BY -W . F. DURISOE, D1LTOR & Pit0PI E.TOR. IVEIV TERMS. - ro DarL.ng and FeFt CsTs per atnum, if paid in-advahe--$3 it not paid within six r onths from the.date of subscription. and . if not paid beaire the expiration -f the .yer.~ All substriptions will be continned, w'nleis therwise ordered before the expira tion of the year i but no paper will. be dis %o.iinied'nfil htll artearages are paid, ua %edibt the option of the: Piblisher. .Krgperhon proering fire responsible Subscri ber, ehall receive the paper for. one year> 'graliu. MvEiaisi schasplenonS)-gineerted atin Sentspcr sqOare,. (12 lines, or less.) for the tinsertion. and 37i for eai enntinaneo-. Tliose'pnblished Monthly oi natte'y, wil be-chargO:t $1 per square. - Adverisements not fraving the number of insertions marked in them, will ba eontin...

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. — 18 November 1846

' ' ZGEFIELD C. 11. .y. ss tA.-NoVEMaE 11 S -816. U We omitted to state in our last. that the Mwi t es of the efield Baptist Association, weyready r eliery. 3 i.The Legislature of South Carolina will - s si'ble'at Columbia on Monday next. 'iWeereindebted1 thbe Hamburg Jouc ' nei, fdraii'extra containiog important news from Mexico - *.-We are indebted to-D- J. M'Cord, Fiq. -4for acopyof an article entitled .M1r Cal . ..boon ahlrhe'Mississippi," published in the "'last'u inlei-'of' the' Southern Quarterly ietew, .'We have not had liesure yet,-to peruse th's article, bu: will do so as soon sa possible Netc Pper.---W.e have receivea- the two fttt 'nunbers of a paper called the -1urper Banner" edited'by W. J. Fran cis''. It aweekly sheet of neat appearance nd contains valuable original and select d anatter- .The principles of this paper are Democratic.. The. iWeaer.--For several days during the,.past week, the weather was open and beautifuL~and there:, was .a .blaudness in theatinosphere...

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. — 18 November 1846

'nn ttgucy-of. the South Westets Rail RoId'ank is tq be-established in kaint burg "Thir tvilI, we hope; give more exztgtiSeVircdasiotr to money than; has peene4tienced in this place hereto. fuze; find we think that it will have a tendency to renider the arranemont-for huyingcotton easier, and faciliate trade in all its various ramifications, and nd vance tho price of our staple conmodi ties.-Rpublckan. " - HA asutt, Nov. 14. Colton,-Since "ou 'regular issue, of Thursday, e e hae -received the Brttan nia's 'accounts from 1Liverpool up to the t'Dth Oet. which show an advance in that market offull 3 S1 Awit'h. an upward ten dency in'the market. and heavy sales. On yesterday n matket was tighply excited, and sales were made in snme instances tr-'n al'tanceof 3-4c. on oar quotations of Thursday. Yt itpeers, however. that 41he effects of those aceountt in the Cbarlesion markets has not een'segreat as was expected, and prices here have in consequence otrie*.hat receded. -We' quote 'the mar...

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. — 18 November 1846

*., .DECEMBER,S846. " YVrtue of sirdry-tritt~er-Fieri Fa-. Wastoame dgeatsd, I wil4lroceed td sel ' awEdgefielT Codrt Houise.- o thi First- Monday. andTuesday tfllowing in. Deced ber-ext..ihe-following-property in thp.foiesiow'g ehined teases, tl-wit : A.Tract,r. Land, contaming seventy 'eres diore or less. adjoining -Landi of John Rinehart, William Corley, William Charles, Geoire1Watkins, and'J. B. Sdiith ;iad-also, another Tract of Land contain ing' ggty.acres .more or less, adjoining Lands6f-J. B. Sttiilh William Charles, and-Mrs.-Newton. each leavied on as the Property of Robert A. Price,,ads of Joseph Lawton & Co.. and others, Severally. A Tract of Lund, whereon. the Defen dantlives,. containing, two hundred and seventy five acres, more or less. adjoining Lands of- John Lott, Emdey Lout, Vil Iiam-"Bouknight and others, levied on as the Preri y of Stephen-.'yWhahley ads John M. ,Cogburn and others, Severally. A Tract of Land, whereon the Defen dantl'ives, contaiting one nund...

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. — 25 November 1846

- - - u - We will dling to the Pillars of the Temple of our Liberties, anid if it wlte will Perish amidst the Rus";fr, -- ." VOLUME XL %C - :; j . V-0 -..... U ;1. ED. EVERY W EDNESDAY. 11 WM. F. DURISOE ED I'OR & PRO-PRIE T OR. - NEW TERMS. TwODoL.AUs dIud FIFTVCESTs. perannum, d paid'irtidva'nce --$3 if not paid within six onnthsfroin the date of subscriptinn, and if not tiaid before the expiration of the year; All subscriptions will be continned, unless otherwise ordered before the expira ion of the year.; but no paper will be dis continned:nnila'l arrearages are paid, un b t-as atlhe option of the Publisher. Any person procuring five responasble Subscri bers, 'ha1 receive the paper for one year, gratis. .A DvERTSMENTS conspicuonsy inserted at75 cents per square. (12 lines. or. .s.) .for the firstinsertion..and 37.1 for each ootinuance. Those. published monthly or quarterly, will be charge $1 per square. Advertisements not having the iumber of insertions narked on thein; 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. — 25 November 1846

'i0y, regarded as s0, srnhy i&uI viuase, 'witboutthoslightest refeteuce t the p culiar political orgauisa'ion of our sta or even an attewmpt to adjust the p r of appoiuling'the electors so as to arm to it. But ete assumption, that the 'ople are the stalein'That sense, is as unfounded, as the first hit which it rests that the Con stha pjlM ives Wieipp iir'eI totrem. But even this unfounded assumption, 'rdits. on another equally, so; that the @t4inerical majority is the people, and on that rests, the conclusion, that the aduprion of.thegeneraLtieket;_whirh.-A'l& give the son er to it would be ibe smite as giving it to ' li And ibis bribgs hs -to the final ati i'aaieel assumptiou, which lies at the bottom of the whole st'vies, that the lt ijtt his-'tie ittfr1tinherent and indefeasible right o'f govering,-an as Arinptioantonlytaerly :unlunded,'but of tie 'most dangerous character, and in:iMt k en'tlict with tite Constitutiounof this state-and that of the:union. All .at n tdibght...

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. — 25 November 1846

Ifarth, I"q..'he sales n which amoirnted to S3,553.-150 Negroes brouhti16,174, an average of -about 30S rouid The Plantation, being an odt one, with -all the timber trees cleared. brought $3,500.; 'rite Provisions. &c. sold at very reduced prices. Commvration of Sentence.-His Excel lency -the Governor has commuted the punishment of Abrahair, slave of Alen. Rbnhersou, Eq.. who was to have been executeil on Fiiday next. for stabbing { white man. The governor has directed !that itplace of death, he shall suffer sol itary couninement. for 3 tonths, receive 100 lashes and he set; out of the State. -The Legislature of North-Carolina con - vened at Raleigh 6n Moenday last: Col. Andrew Joyner, df flalifax. was elected Speaker tf the Senre..and Hinn. Eward 1tiley, of Ileaufort. Spea'kerof the house orRepreseotatives-bLuh whigs. 'Indufstry.-If industry is no more han habit; 'tis at least an excellent one. "If you ask me which is the teal hered itary sin of human nature, do you imag ine I ...

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. — 25 November 1846

Ifartl, iq.,'he sales r whih el mounted to 851.553.-150 Negroes brognlt 46,174, an average of -about 30S round. The ,Plantation, being an old one, with .ll the timber trees cleared. brought $3,5U0.-- The Provisions. &c. sold at very reduced prices. Comnaation of Sentence.-lIis Excel lency the Governor has commuted the punishment-o Abraharr, slave of Ale-. Roherdson, Elq.. who was to have been executed on FIiday next. for stabbing p white man. .The governor has directed that in place of death, he shall suffer sol itary confinement, for 3 months, receive 100 lashes and he sen: out of the State. The Legislature of North-Carolina von vened at Raleigh on Monday last. Col. Andrew Jvoer, 1'f 1'lalifa., was elected Speaker of the SeniN ane Hon. Ehvward tanley, of Bleaufort. Speaker of the 'louse of Representatives-buth whigs. anhstry.-if industry is no more than habit, 'tis at least an excellent one. "If you ask tme which is the teal hered itary sin of human nature, do you imag ine 1 sh...

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. — 25 November 1846

Ifarth, 1aq.,'ho sales o whici :tmounted to $31,53.-130 Negroes brouhit 4G.174, nn average of -about 308 round. The Plantation, being an old one, witft all the timber trees cleared, brought $3,500.-' The Provitions. &c. sold at very reduced prices. Commutalion of Sentence.-His Excel lencv the Governor has commuted the punishment of Abraharr, slave of Ale*. Itobertson, Eeg.. who was to havo been executed on Friday next. for stabbing p white tman. -The governor has directed that in place of death, he shall suffer sol itary confinement for 3 mouths, receive 100 lashes and he sen: out of the State. The Legislature of North-Carolina run vened at Raleigh 6n tiinday last. Col. Andrew Joyner, of llaiifax. was elected Speaker, ot the Sein. anra 'ion. Edward Atanley, of 'leaufor', Spea'kes of the liouse of Representatives-buth whias. nladustry.-f industry is no more than habit, 'tis at least an excellent one. "If you ask me which is the teal hered itary sin of human nature, du you imag in...

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. — 25 November 1846

Sterif's Sale. UD E R. 1846. . Yvirtoe of 4undrv writs of Fieri Fa c a iio mie directe't. I w'ill proceed-to spit no E ge;kld Cturt douse. on the F-:s r'Is;d&y ..ud T cituay Iollowing in Decemt-r.uext. the following property ill the to!!oivit niamtd cases, to .11. A Tr:ict of Land, . containing seventy acres more. or less .tadjoining Landls of oJohn Rinehrt. Wilgam. Curley, Witltam Charles. George Watkins, and J. B. Smith and also, another Tract of Land contain iug eighty acres more or less. adjoining Landgod&JI:B. Smith;. Villiad Charles, atd. Mrs., Newon, each leavied on :as the Property of Robert A. Price, ads of Joseph Lawton & Co., and others. Severally. A ;ract of Land, whereon the Defen lantilives, containing, two hundred and .. aventy.five acres. more or less. adjoining Lands of John Lott, Einsley Lott, Wil liam Boukoight and others, levied on as the Property of Stephen G. Whatley, ads John M. Cogburn and others, Severally. A Tract of Land, whereon the Defen dant...

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 December 1846

-.4 " .ir il:ng to the Pillrs o the- Tmwp.ou Liberties; and if $ui al ewl eihaittteRis rOLIJME XI.I~J ~c "_______ OWE~ PULIJSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. BY WJl. F. DUIIJSOE, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. NEW TERMS. Two DOLLARS and FrrTi CENTs, per annum. if paid in advance --$3 if not paid withinsi.s months from the date of suiscrption, and $4 if not paid before the expiration of the year. All subscriptions will be contined, unless otherwise ordered before the expira tion of the yeari but no paper will he dis continued until all arrearages are paid, un 'ess at the option of the Publisher. Any person procuring five responsible Subscri hers,shall receiverthe paper for one year, gratis. . A OVERTSV.IE5TS cons picuouslyirserted at75 cents per square. (12 lines, or less.) for the first insertion, and 37. 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 be continned until ordered out and...

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 December 1846

'resiguing' his seat in ihe Senate of theUai . ... cThb?'rretirement of this distinguished tatesnian, 'from a post in which h' has not only served' the State which he repre sented, but t'nkind in general, is not less to be deplored, for reasons of public con . ~rt1&lgifar for th causis which per-~ sonally influence his detertniuation. The illness which renders this siep unavoidable, -withdraws from the counsels ofthe country -a patriot, whose abilities have been surpas -sod by ,nothing but his fidelity jand free domri froii all impure and selfish motives. ie * cam with him the undivided confi bce ind gratitude of tbepeople of this Siate, to whose service he has devoted so.Jlptareportiote-of-hislife, .wit4-- their. warmest wishes that he may find' in the * epose.gf retirement,- the health and. hap plineesh.e'su eminently deser.ves. l transmit various documents from oar sis.er Stat, for all which'l invite .your - 'onsidoration.. ,. :concltsiot,;permit me, Gentlemen, to express a h...

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 December 1846

O'Neali.- The Temperance Clioii favored the audience with a number of beautiful songs. A large assetnblage of ladies and gentlemen were present, on the occasion. I cannot now notice any thing nore, but must bring this letre' to a close. rortle :lduertiser. EDOIIaLD, Nov. gO. 1846. According to -he Order of the Captain, the "Old '96 Boy" assembled at the Court [louse this morning. - The meeting was organized by calling Captain P. S. Brooks to the. Chair. The Chairmac explained the object of the meet ing in a manly. spirited and impressive address, and was followed in the same strain, by Lieutenant Maragne, Sergeant Simkins, Corporal Abney and Whitfield Brooks, Jr. of the Volunteers. Most feel ing and eloquent ad.lresses were made by other of the older citizens, Col. Pickens, Col. W. Brooks, Col, lill, Gen. Bonham and others, and the young men wor ex horted to rally under the standard of their -country, with an earrestness and exhibition -of feeling 3eldom wi:nessed on such an oc casi...

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