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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 6 December 1838

Mr, Gri.in, from the comiiue to count the votes for Surveyor General, reported that B. 11. -Saxon' was duly elected. The Seunte attended, and joined ita second ballot for See, of State. MeWrs. ligraham, Jackson, and Jacobs, werb ap pointed a couittee on the part of the llouxe, to count the votes, Mr. ingrabau. front the committee to count the -votes for S,ecretary ol dtate,- re ported hi.. Laborde as duly elected. *lForelzun. CANADA WAR. PANSCOTT, %v, 16, 1838. Sir--I have the honor to acquaint you, for the information of bis 'Excehency the Commalidor of the"Forces. that I came do*u here yesterday from Kingston, with 4 0onpanies of the did Regiuent, two IS --:pounders and a howitzer, and made up *01om - the;town to a position about 4uU ards'fi9- thewndmi1l, and adjoining housek'ied by the brigands. Theydid- not move or come out of the houses to oppose my advance. ' The 18 pounders opened with good effect upon the state building near the mill. Capt. Sau don with two gun bouts, in whi...

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. — 6 December 1838

Fiurman IAutiutlm. F OR the classical departuentof aiis Jnstitu tion, the Basrd'if-t'rustees have elected the Rev. N. W. Hodges as Principa,, and the ev. P. T. Mamnmond, tteward and Farmer. The Principal- has also secured Mr. John Davos as Assistant teacher, tor the ensuing year, This school, therefore, will go into op. *ration on the 2nd Monday in January next; under the superintendance of .% r. Hodges. The Principal and Assistant are both experien. sed teathers, and each has prepared dtudents or the SouthCarolina College. Mr lianifnd has served for 3 months past, as steward and planter, and bids fair to fill hisastation with satis faction to all parties, ' The rates of Board Tuition will be fixed 4t the next meeting of- 'Board, with a little varivion from the terinsofla tyear. which were $100 for board,-nud from 2 to $40 per an num for tuition,payable half yearly in advance. Students will be required to labor' two and a half hours in each day, for wiaich they will re eeive reasona...

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. — 13 December 1838

~j~'!RIM 1 I Ir, * ~AN andUD , E d t r it it must f.111 e W2.ll e~ ta ruifts.",Li h D W E K Y VOL~~JiU~jairbaRFNIPIMD C. it. (U X~ s - O The Edgeleld 4dvertimer, VRY THIJR5D %Y MORNING. TERM -.-Three Dollars per annum if paid in advance.--Thre' Dollars and Fifty Cents if paid before the expiation of Six 4unths from the date4 Subscription.-and Four Dollars if isOt paid iithin Sii Months. tubscriberoutof the State are required to pay in w1vance. No subscription received for less than one year, and no paper discontinued ni.til all arrearages are paid, except at the otion of the lditor. All subscriptiois 'will be otiinned unless otherwise ordere-l, at thi' end of the year. Any person proinring five Subscribers and becoming responsible for the same, shall receive thae sixth'-copy gratis., AovaaRsa'RSs conspicuously inserted at 6Vcents 1per- tquatre, for the first insertion. and 4 i cents for each eoutinitance. A-lvortisements Riot having the number ofinsArtioiss marked on them, will be c...

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. — 13 December 1838

"IWO will cling to thle pillari o R, Edior. r b and if it must fall We will Pd.1erbs V OVIWE. E o aINGICILD C* it . ,04*PUBLI ED W EELY. VLUMiYE ,3. XBGFlIEELDE C. BE. (S. C3, 3 ____ ___ ___N O . Att . The Edgeneld 4dvertimer, 18 PUBLISIM.1D EVERY THURSD %Y MORNING. TERM 4.-Three Dollars per annumi if paid in advance. -Three' Dollars and Fifty Cents it' paid before the expiration of Six VlunIths from the date -of Subscription.-and Vour Dollars if neot paid within Six Months. Sitbscribers ont of the State are required to pay in adveece. No subscription received for less than one year, and no papor discontinued n.itil nil arrearges are paid, except at the optioni of the E'ditor. All subscriptiois will be vontiuiel Iuniless otherwise ordered, at the end of the year. Any person procuring five 8xubscribers and beeniing responsible for the same. shall receive the sixth copy grais. AtvICRTISXaMM*1S conspiConsly inserted at 6.1 cents Ier square, for the first insortion. and 43 coets for eac...

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. — 13 December 1838

&T toort by b11 or otherwtpe; tonsIdered and agreed to. Mr. Wardiw presented the memorial cf,G. B. Lamar, proprietor of theAugusta ide ,gs . infringement of hiw ehaW ,''~Img 'I ofa charter for a new ridge ora Fe4 eferred to the commit tei on Roads, B as and Fert ies. Also, thatof Win. B. Villard, setting forth that he has discovered rich beds of Marl, within the State, and offring fur tber services; referred to the comimitie on Agriculture. Mr. Martin, on the part of the Special Committee, to report a Digest of the fees of certain officers, submitted a Report, which was considered and agreed to. and 500 copies of the Digest of Fees published in 1834, ordered to be printed. ir. :\rnold gave notice that he would on Tuesday next, introduce a hill to repeal the 30th, 32d, and 33d sectionsof an Act. entitled an Act, to provide for the Military organization of the State, and for other purposes. Mr. Colcock submitted the following Resolution: Resolved. That it be referred to a Spe cial...

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. — 13 December 1838

EDGEFIELD C. 11 TuuasDAr. DEcEasBER 13. 1.838. To Correepondents.---We have received a communication signed " Edgefield," which shall appear shortldy.' Elet"o for Gocernor.-The Hon. PATRICK NOBLE, President of the Senate, on the 8th inst, was elect6d Governor, by tihe Legislature of Souls Carolina. At the first )alloting, tie vote stood for Noble, 96, fur Col. B. T. ET-ioro, 58. Onl the annoneement of the election 6or Gov erijor, Col. Noble tendered to the 8enate, his resi.nation, as President of tat body, acconpa nied by appropriate remarks ote the occas4ion. On his retiring, Col- Thos. Pinckney was call ed to the Chair; the Senate proceeded to supply thb vacancy; and the Hon Angus Puuer.zain, of Barsewell, was elected President, without op position. Wif learn from the South Carolinian, that Dr. Thonmas Smith, of Darlingtoi, District. vas elected Lieutenant Govei nor. at the first ballot ing, by a majority or one vote over Dr. B. K. Ilenagan, of Marlborough District. S Soa Carolina...

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. — 13 December 1838

Furmnan Iar.6iutionl. F vit e classicua-1epai..lent I ..lid istitu .ou, the Board of Trustees have elected the qWv. N. W. lodges as PrIncpa., und the Rev. p. T. Hanabiond, Steward and Fauier. The Principal has also, securea M1. John Dav;9 'a Assistant teacher. los the en sinog yoar, This school, therel;re, will go anote op etatids on thit 2nd Monday in J1anary next; under tho sperinteiadance of 'r. 1lodges. The Princip asd AlLsislatit are botht experien. cad teachers,. and e-ach las prepared t Sudenits for the South Caroltus og. M r 11ait nont d has served titr .; ioiths pat, as stiwaad and jlanter, and bids ftir to hil hisslatiol w)ith sties faction to all partius, The rates of* Hoard and rsitiops wmill lhe fixed at the next ineeting of thle hloard. witlh little Vartatton tiM the ternsat'la tyen r. n hach were *11) fbr board. naid 1'romi 01'r t4 i per an lnutn ter tution,payaxbi- hall y.-iorl) in ah unce. Studeblts will be required t' labior two) and a half honrs in each day, fir w...

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. — 20 December 1838

6- - L A B o R D E , E d i t o r . "W e w ill c lin g to th e p illa rs o f .o.u r l b e t es and if it mus*'t fall we,wiw t the Ciai."PDL@E WEL. zr IOLUME 3. mnwm. .n .Ies,as I.k The.- Edgefteld Advertiser, IS PU1BLIHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. TERMS.-Three Dollirs per annum if paid in advance,-Three Dollars and Fifty Cents if paid before the expiration of Six Nionths firom the date of Subscription.-and Four Dollars if not paid within Six Months. Subscribers out of the State ore required to pay in advance. No subscription received for les than oneyemr, aqql o paper discontinued .stil all arrearages arp aid, except at the option of the Editor. I subiriptions will be continued unless AhMise ordere-, at the end or the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers and becomng responsible for the same. shall receive the sixth copy grais. ADVERTISCURSTS conspicuously inserted at 64cents per square, for-he first insertion. and 431 cents for each coutinniince. Advertisementq not having the nu...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 20 December 1838

foundatiot than it has e"r oecupiead sine the eablistu,ntoftheGoernment. ThiSeertisry of the Treasury will lay. before heiu additional infutation contain ing new details o,this interesting subject. To these I ask your early attention.* That it should have given rise to great aiversity ofopinion, cannot be a subject of surprise. Afler the collection and custody of the pub. lic moneys had bees for so many years onected with. and made subsidiary to the advancement of private interests, a return to the simple and self denying ordinances of the Constitution could not but be dill! oult. But time and free discussion, elicit ing the sentiments of the people, and aided by 'that conciliarory spirit which has oever charac' -'ed their course on great emer gencies, w ere relied upon for a satisfactory settlement of the question. Already has this auticiptktion on one important point at leasi--the impropriety of diverting public money to private purposes-been 'fully realized. There is no reason to...

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. — 20 December 1838

Governor elect, to ascertain what time he will- be prepared to qualify; and the Presi dent appointed Messrs. Rhatt, Jones and Aeott, as the committee. A message was received from the House, concurring with the messago sent from the Senate, proposing to go onto the election of Lieutenant Governor. On motion ot Mr. Pinckney, the Senate took up the message from the House, in relation to the expediency ofremoving the seat of Government from Columbia to C harleston and again laid it on the table.- -% A4journed. H. OF REPREsENTATIVES. SATURA7r, December 8. The Housp met pursuant to adjourn e peaker announced the following Committees On t.he Resolution of Mr. Middleton, in relation to devising a plan for adding to the comfort of the Senate+and House of RepreviDntatives, chambers. &c.: Messrs. John Douglass, James Douglass, Schnierle and Colcooli; On the resolution of Mr. Perry, relating to the Penitentianry system: Messrs. Per rv, Magrath; Carroll, J. S. Richardson, Dawkins, Helin, E. ...

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. — 20 December 1838

PUNCTUALITY the efe orUefe498. E Atbsersbert ar, determned to sell wir goods on Wt inost reasonable terms at wieeh they can be afforded. In order that they a r be easbied to do so. on the usual terms of .- 'Jg, asey deem it their duty to notify their cus foers, that they will expect promtipt payieut. All accounts are considered due on the first day of January of each year, except by special agreement; at which time they will reqmuire the sate to be closed; if not, they will charge In terest afier that time. - And all accounits due on the first day of Janu ary of each year, and not closed within three mouths after that time, they will consider them selves at libetty to put thom into the hands of an officer for collection. In every well conducted business there should be some principles and rules by which it is gov fened-and by adopting the above rules we shall be enabled to do justice to ourselves and to all concerned. And what will be better, we shall be enabled to sell otur goods t...

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. — 27 December 1838

A.-- - Ale0 A-We will cliug .tab Uar of and-if it must fall e will perisW rI D LIS E E D Wa.a. <s. V.> --* 4b T e Hdg#hNd 4dyertijeri ff. EVE MUR D rMORNING. TEILMsi.--Thve Doil&tspii annitn If paid in advace.,--'jAree Dollars and -Fifty Cents if paid betbre the ekpiration of fix %lonthe lrom Oe date of Subscrtption.-andYour Dollars if paid withi Months. 8ubsribers out of --i Stae are ed topay in advance. No subscri recei or ess than eogar, ad no piaper discotinied 1.i1 all arrearages ati paidi'exett at-the option of the Editor. . All sau4cripitizis will be continued unless Otherwise oidire4,at the end of the year. Any persif; ptocuring five iubscribers and becoming'responsible for thesame. shallreceive the sixth copy gras. fAnvataszusaXT cons icuously inserted at cents per square, for he first insertion. and 43 cents oreachcontinuance Advertisements Thaving-the number of insertions marked on them, will beSogUnued until ordered outi and chirrged accordin,1. -14. A 4dr.-rti...

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. — 27 December 1838

f Sout carouna Leff.issue. . H.aOFdEPRES$ENTATIVES. SaTUa ir, December 8. -eapw submitted, (and ordered conerut on M61onday next.) * By Ir.-F. H. Wardlaw, frusm the com dite on Incorporalions, unfavorable re ports, on the several petitions of t1e Wash Ington Light Infantry Company; of W. L. Tucker and other@; of Willow Creek Bap tist Church: of lMouti Zion Baptist Church - or Marion; of the officers and members of Lodge No. 12, f Ancient Free Masons;of Elias C. Ligh"trr and others; and or in habitants of Greenwich. Mr. F. U. Wardlaw.fromn the same com mi:tee, to whom had been referred the pe lition of James Divings and others,reported a bill to incoporate the Bivingsville Cotton Muntalhcturing Company ; resd the first t.ime and order&l for'the second reading on hlonday, and to be ptitted. 0 * Also, a report on tie bill to incorporate the Pendleton Manufacturing Company. Ar. Wardlaw presented the petition of G. BV- Lamar, Executor ot the Estate of Blizil UL1mar, deveasel, tol pay...

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. — 27 December 1838

Insiel, Im-ttitsris are in order every day o0r oe-30 day* to cotie, and we nany, exp6t. mnany eic'and angry contest btwi*n dii di aret parties, to this great a~nd avershadowitng-iuestion. To norrow we shall have a debate -da the truo constrtqction of Mr. Athert'n's Resolutions. I-Mr. Pickeos' views are correct, then the South has gained a great triumph. in carrying these re-olutions, an,l the abolitiosk,ts and philo-alholitionists will inereaso theireffirts against themn. EDGEFIELD C. 11 TnusnAr., DcxxinzR 27. 1838. The Legislature of South Caroli.na adjourn ed tn Wednesday night last, at about half paost 31 o'clock, after a session of twenty-one days. head Quarters.-The Head Quarters of His Excellency Gov. Noble, will be at his residence, EdgehilU, Abbeville District, near Willington Post Office, till further notice. Lieutenat Governor of South Carolina.-Dr. Smith, recently elected Lieutenant Governor of - South Carolina, has declined the appointment. On the 17th inst.'Dr P. K. HIe...

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. — 27 December 1838

InIed,peitions are it order every day ror ,om e'3U days to cotie, and we may, expect many ' Jerce and angry contest betwien t1fe di rit parties, to this great sind oversh6dowing question. To morrow we shall have a debate upon the tre consutrtCtiou of Mr. Atherton's tesoludns. If Mr. Pickens' views are correct, then the South has gained a great triumph, in crrying these resolutions, un-l - the abolitionists and philo-abolitiouists will - incrensi their elfbrt against them. 10e1 %YUblerti fa . EUGEFIELD C. 1i !'US5)A1r. Du'c naXBa 27, 1838. The Legislature of South Carolina adjourn ed on Wednesday night last, at about half past 31 o'clock, after a session of twenty-one days. Head Quarters.-The Head Quarters of Iis Excellency Gov. Noble, will be at his residence, EdgehiU, Abbeville District, near Willington Post Ofice, till fMrthr notice. Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina.-Dr. Smith, reeently elected Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina, has declined the appointment. - On the 11th...

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. — 27 December 1838

- atc of QuthiWa a EDGEF1ELD &MSTRICT. ValvaMe ReiVAktate ..or Sale. &drew P. Jones, et al. --vs. jBill for Partition. James Jones, etal. OTICE in heteby given, that by virtue of - jL at ocder from the Court of Chancery, passed-ja the loregoing case, I shall oIer for spale t'o te highest bidder, on the Frs MoNodaY 6 J4asa sez=, at dAgefield Court House, the whole Estate of Matthias Jonsl, deceased, situati in Edgelield District, and consisting of iine tracts of lani, vi: -No. 1-; containing 36 acres, more or less, ly in# at the Ridge, being the late residence of the samd M. Jones, bounded by lands of Elijah, Mi ebaeland Tilman Watson and others. No. 2, contaiuing 257j acres. more or less, lying on Horse Creek. bounded by lands of E q i4ah-Watsonand others. No. , cotaining 4371 acres more or less. ly Ing n H Crsek, and bounded by lands of ihe estatib dl. Stark, A. B. Stark, B. Love less, and- by. other lands of the estate of M. #ones. .. No. 4, containing 450 acres, more or l...

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. — 3 January 1839

-.Air Srie a Ed f it snt rall w. will .rie,) . VOLVM1IE 203CVED E .ci s* The Edgeelid Advertiser, 18 PUBLIBHED EVERY THURSDIY MORNING. TERMS.-Three Dollars per annum if paid in pdvance,-Three. Dollars and Fifty Cents if pai before the 4tiiration of Six Mo nths from the date of Sub -so".-and Four Dollars if OW paid within Six Ont edubscribers out of the State are required in adsance. No subscription receiv'r less than one pear, and no paper discontinued uatil all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. All subscriptions will bo continued unless otherwise ordered, at the end-of the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers and becoming re"onsible for the same, shall receive the siath copy grads. ADvavasISIXTTS conspicuously inserted at cents per square, for the first insertion, and 431 cents for each continuance. Advertisements not having the number ofinsertioins marked on them, will be continued until ordered out, and chare accordingly. All Advortisements intended ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 3 January 1839

-seoud time, agoeod to, and orderfed to be naua'rto the House.i Tbe-Senate then took a recess until .6 o'clock, 6 0'c LocK, P. M. The Senate met ad proceeded to bu - Mr. Bennett, from the committee on - conference on the part of the Seuate, in relation to a clause 'pthe bill to raise sup -plies for the year ,.which exempts cer tain villages from n, recomndiled that the clause bi; agreed to. - and ordere be sent to the House infor ri thesaime. A message r frpn the House concurring with the Senate 4a striking out the clause. * l*'he bill was then read a third time, clause by clause. agreed to, thetitle chang ed, and ordered to be returned to the House. Mr. Goodwyn submitted the report of the committee bn Grievances, on the bill from tie House, to repeal the penalties heretofore imposed on the practice of phys ic, surgery, and the sale of drugs without license; ordered for consideration to-mor row. The Senate resumed the general orders of the day. The report of the committee on Incor p...

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. — 3 January 1839

ahould pqo qw4%r. a%i 1dgtn- the fieedom of speech. Could we not refuse to receive - a petition, and yet not violate the Constitu. tio. not making any law against the re ,.Ceptioa of petitions? 'Mr. Legare said that the House upon other grounds had undoubtedly the right to reject petitions whe . enti'to Congress. He could give a thousand illustrations, were it necessary, both.in the Common Law of Great Britain and in Parliamentary examples which had sprung up on the oecasi n-of presentation, it was well known tha 6titions had been burnt. by the common hanIman upon presentation, and this not in consequence of Royal infuence, but by the deliberate action of the House of Commons itself. Mr. Legare was interrupted by the Speaker, ancl called to orler for referring. The members of the House cried, -go on," "go on," ' go on." Mr. L. proceeded, and in the course of his remarks, aaif that if the object of these petitioners should be granted-nay if they did not stop in this matter--he sun of...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 3 January 1839

lVjF%0VBD) PATENT C0KI!G STOVE s c. T IfE undersigned has just received a large supply of improved STOVES for Coal and Wood. of entire new patterns. and of va rioiis sizes. viz: The People's Coal or Wood Cooking Stove Superior to any ierotofbre in use, not only on accouit of convenience. the perfect nanni-r in which the cooking is performed. butalso on ac cont of the econoaty of fuel which it effects. The Patent Grecian Parlor Grati, Which for beauty and economy excels all others, produicing reter effect with less fiel. Te Parlor and Hall Stove, passi nx heat from the basetienit to thet upper part througi flues into the four corners, and through additional columns. The Parlor and Pipe Franklin, with plain and urn tops, for wood or coal, new lv coonstructed with swelled back, sunk hearth, door front, &c The Ship and Steam Boat Stove, esiculated to cook for 50 or 200 persons, with less fitel and greater convenience than any other stove now in use. Also, a Variety of SMALLER STOVES...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
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