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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 26 April 1850

THE BRIDAL ii V E. , B V OAltf KNTIB. Tis tl>t? night before the bridal, And to-morrow >he must wear TL? emblenu of affection Amid her eunny hair, But not the orange blossom", Nor tlio diamond's co-ttly blaze, Can give her back the brightness Of her girhood's happy daye. Tia the night before tho bridalThere arc no sounds of glee, And tlie young ones are clinging Around their father's knee; Their smiles are changed to sorrow, Now the morrow is so near, That must part them, and forever. From their gentle sister dear. Tis the night before the bridal? Ah, do not chide her tears, Tis no slight twntr to sewr 0 g o From the friends of earlier years* To leave that homo forever, When all seems bright and blcss'd, Where all was mirth and gladness, And a mother's smilu earess'd. SINO THAT SONG AGAIN TO-NIGIIT. Oh 1 ping that song again to night The song of other years; Tliov'H brintf atrain some oast dolicht. J o u , V In eun^hino nnd in tours; They gild tl?o gloom of present care3? They...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 3 May 1850

KEOWEE COURIER. " TO TII1NE OWN SELF HE Tltt'Ey AND IT Ml'HT FOLLOW, AB U1K NIC.IIT UIK DAY, UIOU CAN'sT NOT 111LS UE FALSE lO ANY MAN." VOL. 1. PICKENS COUltT IIOI SE, S. C., FRIDAY, ftlAY 3, 1850. " the KEOWEI2 OURIi:K, j Pai.HtlCD AVI) rUBMSIIKD WEKKI.Y BY V*\ II. TRIMMIER. J. W XO'lRltf, Jit., ) E. M. iCRITU, \ KJltor9* THIS ?IM. CHo D^llnr nnl Fifrv Cent* fi r one yonr's nnh-Mrlptimt when pni.l within three n.?.n'h?. Two idllur? 'f niyiuent i< ilelaved to the clo^e of the tiuh^cripHon venr. AH 4iiS<Ariptiun<< not clenrlv HwllrJ, will he con*i l<>ro 1 iu n>? '? f"" " '"e ' .... .ul Iivl'llllf iinio, nwi co.itimu* I till a ti'continuance if* ordered and all arrt>?rn'{C-? pai I. A in-cr'ed at 75 cento per square for the ftr?t in-sorf i?>n, nnd J17 1-2 etc. f< r each co'itinucil insertion. Ijl'cral deduction* , nia le to tliojf aIverti-imr by the vc r. AM Communication'^ should be a K!rc?<ed to the Pnblisl er pn?t paid. T ilO FLORIDA INDIANS. The st...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 3 May 1850

" TO THINK OWN SELF he TItCE, and IT MUST FOLLOW, as HIE MCI1T iiik DAV, HIOU CAN'sT NOT THEN BE FALSE lO ANY MAN." Vof'- < PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., FltlDAY, MAY 3, 1850. THE KEOWFJB COUKIRR, j raiNTCD WD PUOM&IIKD WEEKLY UV J W. II. TRIM MI 1211. J. W VO'UUtf, Ju., ) V lit urn E. M. KKITH, J huitors. THK1IM. fl ic Di?llt?r nn 1 Fiftv CenN f??r one year's s'lbv.ription when pni'l within three n.?-n*hs, Two .ul'.ur? 'f n ivnicnt in deliweil to the clo-o of :he subscription year. All -tu'uoriptiotw not clear\v limited, will he con-u lore 1? ? mil le for fin iii'lePtnite timn n??.l co ititi'ic I till;? li "continuance if? ordered ami all Rrrii irn^n pal 1. A lo*r'i*nm>nt* in erfo?l nt 75 rents pi?r nqn-irc for tin* fir<f insertion, nnd 37 12 cti?. IVr e:ich co'Uimled insertion. Liberal deduction* , ma le to tlio^o B'lvcrti-iiv.' hv 'lie vp. r. .Ml C.i'HWiiinlcivtii'H- liouid be aiurc8? c?l t?> the I'ublisl it |>o?t paid. , T IK I'M/) It IDA INDIANS. The steamer Mo...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 3 May 1850

Mob and Outrage upon the Swedish Colony of Illinois.?We learn from Henry county, Illinois, that a series of outrages have recently been committed upon the Swedish colony located in that county, and that they are threatened with extermination from the county. The men engaged in these outrages number about seventy, from the town of Cambridge and Hock River, in the same county, and they are headed by John Iloot. This man, it Bccms, married Char I lotto Louisa Johnson, but they did not j live happily together, she left him, and lied to her relations for protection against his violence, vlbout the 20th of March, Root visited the colony with a mob, with the intention of regaining possession of his wife, but she had left and gone to a place of safety. Root, irritated by this | desertion, determined to avenge himself upon the innocent members of the colony, ?collected a mob, paraded the streets armed, and threatened to burn the houses and kill the inhabitants. They search?,l ? - - - v;u i.u...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 3 May 1850

I Singular JCnacthr; of the Crucifixion. ?A Berlin paper state, that there is in Russia a place callcd Annerdale, where a most singular custom exists. Every ten years the nWful scencs of the crucifixion are enacted by the villagers. Somo ar? dressed to represent soldiers nnd Jews, some as Pharisees, nnd many men, women nnd children stand around as the crowd of spectators, while on the tliron crosses nro naili d figures in wax, ami at the feet kneel women who represent the Marys. The whole scene is gone thro' with in ali its details, and lasts all day. This very singular performance, which has been kept up since tho middle nges, is announced to take place again in the month of June of this yenr, and strangers are invited to witness it. A Traitor's Reward.?The office of postmaster at San Francisco is probably the most lucrative one in the gift cf the Government. 7hero are about 1,000 boxes, which aro rented at $2 per month for each occupant, some of them beimr * t ?- o held by six or ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 3 May 1850

[r&CM TITK Cll ARLKttTOX MltiCIItT.] IN MEMOR V O F J. C. CALHOUN. Mourn, Carolina, mourn! thy State annn lie) In cold oblivion'* fin.il, drcamleja sleep; Forever nuudored from terrestrial ties. The non.iiicl no mur? hi< watch -hail keep, Like some tall pharos towering o'er the deep In legislative lmllr. no more tlic t-age, From the deep wisdom of experience .1 year** | ?hall -jicak in iuiie* to move and mould tlie ufcc' Hit .ervue, fruu't wiih lifu-cuii uuiing carets Demand* the gu lung tribute of a nation* tear.*. I Amcng-t l.h country'* brightest stnn lie lwine A bun?w ith rvgul vtrength and (-jjleiiior fiauglr; Of all his mighty rirali there wai noaa \\ lu> to ihu lnU i f n.eiiiul cunjb.it brought /Such depih an J matclilvM energy ol ihou^hl. In (trguinem piofounJ, conclu. i. o, e.e-r, Ail tiub^ecu to iboir uep.It* Lo probeJ anJ Htirrod? In longuHgo uinip'e, cliastc, conci-e, severe? lie . j)>'ko, iho h i.niu luulieJ upon his w> 1 .? - Ana listening Ueuaios in uU...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 10 May 1850

KEOWEE COURIER. m * - ,t< . " - '{r " TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUK, ANU IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TUK NIOIIT THE DAY, THOU CAN'BT NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN." VOL. 1. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1850. NO 51 wn?p?wmcmm?mmtmcmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmr* THE KEOWEE COURIER, PRINTKU AND PUDM.4HKD WEEKLY BY W. H. TRIMMIER.' J. W. NORRIS, JR., ) ... v. xr v pi'pir J- r-uitora. TER1TIS. Ono Dollar and Fifty Cents for one year's subscription when paid within three months, Two dollars if payment is delayed to the close of the subscription year. All subscriptions not clearly limited, will be COtlsidflrp.il no mo/1o fill- '?? 1 - ^ - .....MV *VI mi UIVIVIIIIIIC unit', llllll continued till a discontinuance is ordered and all Arrearages pai.l. Advertisements inserted at '15 cents per square for the first inaertion, nnd 37 1-2 ots. for ?ncl? continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to those advertising by the year. ttsr All Communications should be addressed to the Publisher post paid. ~ po...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 10 May 1850

A ffairs in Washington?A Ft to? j i Probable Recall of Mr. lluhocr, <Cv,?A j Washington correspondent of the Express I writes, ylpril 24, as follows: U nplensant rumors are beginning to 1 find circulation again, Ono is that President Taylor has staled to a prominent M. C. (who, in turn, has r -pealed it in public) that in case the California bill is dovetnilcd to the Territories, he trill not sign it, i l..i 1 *- ' ^ uuv wnu u oacK to Uotv_rress. Beoton has had a conference with Gen. Taylor. This id looked upon as suspicious. There is mischief brewing, and there may he an explosion of some kind on board soon. i However, the Compromise Committee in the meanwhile in working industriously. There are many difFe enccs of opinion, it is true, but 1 can nssuro you the very Knct oninf ni'Ai'olla ? 1 ..w. |j|v<nim, j^uui tl'CllOll Will I labor on, until this important enterpiise I is executed. The Oalpin business will all end in smoke. A/ark that. The probabilities of any immediate cha...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 10 May 1850

Charleston, May fl. The convention of delegates for this Congressional District have elected as delegates to tho Nashville Convention, Geo, 11. Trenholm nnd Win. DuBose. Cotton market heavy, with no buyers* Qnliui inn -.4 ' < < " 1 ~ - un ovw imivi", IIV 1 1 I-Z lO JZ i>-4 ? being fully 1-8 decline. Delegates to Nashville.?Wo understand that the Delegations of this Congressional District, which met at Camdem yesterday, have npp tinted Cols. James Chesi.ut and Maxcy Gregg as to llu< NiitlHrillu ? I -?.V VUinVlllIUII. They arc both true and able men, and nre of the flower of Young Carolina.? Carolinian. A High Trfc and Tall Story.?A California correspondent of the Salem gazette?Joseph S. Wallis?says that _ 1 ? fW * - V/Uiunei irrnpie /eODeis, formerly of; Lewiston /'alla, cut n tree of tlio redwood species in in California which was two hundred nnd fifty four feet high, and measured at the top I wo feet in diameter, and at the butt twelve feet in diameter; the tree was wor...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 10 May 1850

THE VILLACB PRIZE. a talk of washington. In one of the lovfiest villages of oli Vir ginia there lived ia the year 175-, an old wan, wv.orc daughter was declared, by universal consent, to be the lovliest maiden in all the country round. The veteran, in his youth, had be?'' .thlctic, and muscular above all his fellows; and his breast, where he always wore them, could show the adornment of three medals, received for his victories in gymnastic feats when a young man. His daughter was now eighteen, and had been sought in marriage by many suitors. One brought weal.h? another a fine person?another this, and another that. But they were all refused by the old man, who became at last a bv V - f V word for his obstinacy among the young men of the village and neighborhood. At length the nineteenth birthday of Annette, his charming daughter, who was as amiable and modest a? she was beautiful, arrived. The morning of that day, her father invited all the youth o' he country to a hay making frolic....

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 17 May 1850

" T? ,I"N': "WN bl:"' AND ,T MlST *? * XI0I1T THE UAV, THOU CAs'sT SOT THEN M PALSR TO ASV MAS." ^'1PICKKNS COURT HOUSE, S. C., FRIDAY, MAY 17, I860. NO 52' MIE ! AlcX'linrlni* Mi milinn . r v ... v? i " KKOWEKO COlESi BOES, TRINTKD ANl) I'l'DMSHlD WULKLY CY W. II. TRIMMIEIt. J. W. NOKRIS, J it., j E. M. KEIT1I, } IvJ,tor8TRtlCiVlS. One Dollar and Fifty Cent* for out; year's Bllbserin?i??? ? ! ' 1 .. .n;ii |>:n i within three months, Two dollars ;f luvinent is delayed to the close of the subscription year. All subscriptions not clearly limited, will bo considered as made for an indefinite time, and continued till a discontinuance is ordered and all arrearages pai l. Atlrfrtiscmrtits inserted nt *-r> Rouare for the tir-t insertion, and 111 12 ets. for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to those advertising l>v tin- venr. car All Communications should he addressed to the l'ublisher post paid. From the Charleston Courier. L4THK rKo.^D KOPI:. sirnval of tin Niaga...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 17 May 1850

CALIFORNIA ITEMS. By the steamers we have received San Francisco papers to the 1st of April. Passengers by the Georgia report that gold is moiv plentiful than ever, mid that property has somewhat fallen in prices. * lutijivius jiim l'veil luxuries are very abundant in San Francisco. The Legislature.?The day previous to the sailing of the. California, the collector of the customs in San Francisco was notified that the money collected for duties must be paid over to the State 1 - uu.viiiiuvuv in incuiiiiiucv 1111 h resolution pas-.ed by the Tlegislature, and steps are being taken to form an independent Government. Commodore Jones il is said is about to take active measures to prevent it. A law has passed the Legislature imposing a tax of 25 dollars a month on every foreigner who wnrh< in ^ O ----- ? . .. . V..V- I1ILIIV>0. A bill has been introdueod in the Assembl)' to provide for (he inspection of steamboats at San Francisco Also, a bill to suppress gambling. A resolution was a...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 17 May 1850

Important i? trub?Conurks.s and California.? If'c copy from the NewYork Herald of the Hit inst. the annexed intelligence?and from all the indications which have recently fallen under our observation, as well as from the tone of our own private corresnoiulence from ilmt. point, are induced to believe that there is foundation for the hope that the Califoinian speculators may yet ho caught in their own trap. A regard for justice, precedent, and common decency, requires : that California should have a territorial government, which is all to which she is J entitled?and that her preposterous Statu project should he treated as it, deserves. Whether there is firmness enough in the majority of Southern Itenrcsentatives to insist upon this, wo shall soon see. TFe hopo there may be. The Iferahl says after alluding to the light reccmly let in on the proceedings of the wire workers in the Coiifornia Convention, says:? | Telegraph. "Our Washington ni'ivnfn ("nrrnenAml O I ~ , ent telegraphed to u...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 17 May 1850

POETRY. LINES TO MARY. Tho RUTMCt's Bwoet and holy blush 19 imaged iu tho sleeping stream, All nature's deep and soli-inn hush I* like tho sileaen of .1 ilmnm And peace seems brooding like a dove O'er tfceue? to musing spirits dear? 8weot Mary 'tis the hour of love, And I tvere blest if thou wert here! 'I'kio mw'irtil ' f ? * ? uv iiMiUlU UUM CIS vn UVl'lJ I1UU Aro sinking to their evening reit, Each with a timid drop of dow Soft folded to its sleeping bre&3t, The birds within yon silent grove Aro dreaming that the spring w near? Sweet Mary, 'tis the hour of love, And I were blest if thou Wert here! On yon white cloud the night wind furls Its lone and dewy wing to sleep, And the Bweet stars look out like pearls Thro' the clear waves of heaven's blue deep Tlitfpule mi9ts float nround, above, J-.1KC spirits ot a holier sphere? Swee/ Mary, 'tis tlie hour of love, An J I wcro blest if thou wort here! The pale, full moon, in silent priile, O'er yon dark wood is rising now, As lovely ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 24 May 1850

^^ OWN BK|J,. ,1K TKUB AM) IT AS THK 'XIIOU CANVr Til UN UK FALSE iO ANY MAN jf __ -HB?_ '*' ?- ' . -JSt-- - - - ?' -- _ VOL. 2. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, & ti, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1850. N O I ' [ THE *jjjUQf*Wl&]3 COURIER, I t FKINTKD AMD rt'BLISIIKP WEEKLY UT W. H. TItlMMIER. W. K. Easily, Editor. TJEBRIS; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for one year's *ubscriptioti when paid within three months, >ISvo dollars if payment is delayed to tho closo of (he subicript ion year. All subscriptions not clearly limited, will bo considered as made for an indefinite time, and continued till a dhcontinuanco id ordered and ell arrearages pni.l. ' {(i Adoertixemcntt inserted nt 76 cents per quarc for tho first insertion, nnd'37 1-2 ct?. for ?ach continued insertion. Liberal deductions wade to those advertising l>y tho year. >, ' * taST All Communications should be addressed to the Publisher post paid. From the Charleston Courier. Washington, May 8, 1850. k SENATE. 1 Mr. Davis, of Mississippi, ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 24 May 1850

"Does tub oiiymisfuy Heksri.f."? Sir Henry liulwcr is very popular nt Washington; nnd, moreover, Lady I?ulwtr, the first lady that has been lu-re with our embassy for years, has won nil hearts. S!ie is a pleasant, ngrebta wom'in mid nf llu> nimt cniitii'iiliiKf nv?nnf?r? .S'he lins established (he good old English ttilo of dinner and tea. At the latter meal, she presides nt her table, and floes the chemistry herself, and lnads over to the guests. Her dinner parties are more nleas;\nt and easy than anv thincr we have seen for 20 years jYitth. Cor. of the Montreal Pilot. The London Exhibition.?Tee Nalioniil Intelligencer publishes an ofilcia correspond! nee between Sir Henry L. Bulwer and secretary Clayton, with very lnnrflKi* nppAmnMmMinr rliwMii)WM.I< rr?l*l. ...o live to the jjre:;t industrial f;:ir which U to t ike place in London. /Sir llciuy ti'esl that the managers have allot led 10 the United /Stales 80,000 square feet in the proposed exhihiion. One halt' of this space i...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 24 May 1850

I I I * pcrfcot bliss tin (I quiet beyond tbo gruru. Wordbwrrlh, when hediod, wns the pootlaureate of Knghmd, us tho successor to Houthoy; and ho wiw ulsotlio Distributor of Stomps for tbe.counliosof Westmoreland ?nd Cumberland, jtMcli witli a sinnll income from tlio earnings j- . rf vi in* j/ru, kuvc mm u very comiortuOlo HlipI port.?N. Y. Expresn. English IIob8E8.?liy a Into census of EngI lmui. the number of ht>r*os in England lias boon ' found to lmvo diininiahod from 1.000,000 to 2,- j 00,000 within the lust ton years; in other won Ik ! tlic mil roads have dispensed with (he u-e of . 800,000 horse.'*, uiul tjieso aniinidx, as wt'll us oxen ore now scarcely liecd for trait*portatiog, I and thus (lie grain and food of the 800,000 hor- | Be?, formerly consumod have been dixpon-ed I witn, Ana (he land used for (ho growth of lmy , and grass i? devoted to the growth of irrain alouc fur (ho supply of bread, fef The Hostun pnper3 announce that Mr. Olid* dou is about to un\vi u}> ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 24 May 1850

[Concluded from iiwt Pjigo.] ion of the three measure*, ow.ry question of difficulty and division which hnsnrisen out of the Territorial Requisition* fitrni Jfuxieo wil', it is hoped, be Adjusted, or pl tced in n trniu of intisfactoiy adjustment. The committee, availing themselves of the arduous and valuable labors of the c:>mmittce on Territories, report a bill, I ? ? - ? i / i i \ ! iterewiwi inncxuu, ^luurnvu. a,| viiiuinaing those three measures, tlio passage of which uniting them together, they recommend to the Senate. The Committee will now proceed to the consideration of, and to report upon, the subject of pet sons owing service or labor in one State escaping into another. The * ?!.? r^nchhill^n it nuitrt clo-jr ICAV \Jl HIU VUIIOIHIIIIWH I" V|W.?V vivto . "No person held to labor or service in one Dtate, under the laws thereof, esca ping into another, shall, in consequence ' of any livCv or regulation therein, be (lis- j aKov/*a/1 fr*Am phaI* CAIHM/IA n?' 1'lllOt* llllf !...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 31 May 1850

JB jjjstf "?rot 1111X8 ow* ?ba? bk ikm., axd If most fomow, at imb XIOFIT till! WAT, THOU oas'?r kot TIIKK IIE bauw to akt VAX.''' , ;yol,. 2. PICKKNS COURT HOUSE, S. C., FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1850. NO 2 S-OWEE COURIER, J ratNTKO AND VUi?t.l8llES Wtfc'KI.Y BY I -W. H. TRIMMIEU. i W. K. Kaslky, Editor. I THIMIS. Ono Dollar and Fifty Cunts for one year's I inscription when paid within throe months. Two dollnrs if payment is delayed to tlio cioso ofthc sul>scriptiou your. All subscriptions not clearly limilcil, will bo ! considered as nuulo for au indefinite time, und continuedtilladiscontinunr.ee is ordered and ell arrearages pai.l. p Advertitcments inserted at 75 ccnts per Iqtfafe-for the first insertion, and 37 1-2 eta. for bach continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to those advertising by tho year. All Communications should bo address- . fed to the Publisher post paid. i.i f ? ; From the Carolinian. ittiMARKS OF Mil. OllR. Wc nro indebted tci ttoil. James L. On* for n copy of b...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 31 May 1850

' '^v C ON?KESS. In the Senate, on Wednesday, the 23d instant, the compromise poheme was taken up, and Mr. Upham, of Vt., replied to that part of Mr. Soulo's speech which relates to tho constitution of Vermont, lfu O 1 1.1 -1- 1 . < niiiuii ntr. smu tuii'ruieu !i soi l oi pconngo, Mr. Upham explained the opemtion of the laws of Vermont. Mr. Soule replied, showing that the provisions of the constitution of Veripont established the same Plate of things which prevailed in J/c.\ico. lie did not wish to say nnytlung disresp?ctful to Vermont, but to relieve poor j/exico, by showing that she was sustained by libertv-loving Vermont. The practice in Vermont might not conform with her paramount law, which could bo nt any time enforced by law. Mr &oule, in reply to Mr UEham's remarks as to the constitution of lOuisiana, said that the original constitution of that State was silent as to slavery. it nmn .ivn iiimii uuuii. I ml I 111; constitution which the Senator had road from was not in...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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