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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 August 1850

j. .".'ii ' !.- una n? .in , i . mi- "i-nwiuiii .V" i > ??,....,.,. . ,T .,r n LiuiL.t^^grrsgMa : " TO THINK own HKI.T DK 1 KVK, am) IT Ml'st V'OLI.OW, as the nic 11t IIIi: day, THOU C'An'sT NOT TItKN UK I'ai.sk TO any man." VOL. ^ riCKii.XS COURT HOUSE* <C., Fit IDA Y, AUGUST 9, 1850. NO 12 fm-M..,.- - - .a. _ r r , ^ , -- ; _^=_?i_-: :? - ^ ? ? ? ? ? - - ? Tllli fK 12 O W ? : 1.'? U Kt fi Si 35, >RI>t::D A.fn riuLibiu.-b WICFKI-Y MT TRIMMI llR <fc LEWIS. \V. K. Kasley, Editor. T SO KISS. iVi? Dollar mi.! Fifty Cent* for one yrni's *i>b , itiip inn vr!ien paid within tlnho n.ohtli*, Two I jp>!!.ir? '.f payment is delayed to thu closo of the -lip'itin yctfr. * All sulMoriiiiioiH not clearly /iwita/,'frill bo f 'co.iutfered as made for an indefinite thno, and | 'eon'.inued till a dHCuntimikwfo is ordered and i '*11 artoarnyos jmi 1. fr: A.iierti temntt* inserted at 7?r> eent^in'r square |1ii? Iir :i if*?.-ft inn nil.) 3*7 I ??* u fni* .??? !. ! jn'.rittod i;ui...

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. — 9 August 1850

T'komTknas.?The fallowing preTmib'e and resolutions were adopted by tho citi/.ors of (?alvostcn, in a mass mooting hold on *2tH 1 i u!t., to tnrke into consideration (ho Santa Ft a flair, (ion. I'aschal presiding. m,d A. 1>. Shelby, vrolary. Judge .TiOve was chairman of the commit toe: Whereas (lie title ?'f Texas to the v.hole. of her territories, its set forth in the act of the Te\an C'ongres-s of 1831:, was fully a.i.l distinctly iccivriiized >;/ the ( over.juneMt of the X nitod States in the annexation resolutions H!i ! thus formed an essentia] part of the term- on which Texas ueewdod to annexation : and w hereas attempts have been made, and are now makinjr. hy persons residing in the Santa IV district? aetin-r under the order and with isc a:d. rmnvil and advice of lite 1 tilled Slates officers bt'ittio'z^d tlvffc. to wre-t from Texas the portion of her territory in question, thus working damage, injury, wroiur, aiul {la/ivanl iiiu iiee to Texas; and whereas the duly appoi...

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. — 9 August 1850

Ci:uious Peg is (ox 9.?The English law papers report one or two strange (iiyisions that nnVCi lately been made | liy the Vice Chancellor. In one ( f the crises,it appeared l>v the evidence tendered on the trial, that, a Mr. Hartley, deceased, in 18-13 left uncciions in ins wiil that ?^00should be set apart as a nrize for the best original essay "0:1 NaturalTheology ?treating it as a substantive scienre, and demons!rating the truth, harmony, and infalliWty of the evidence 011 which its ibundatipns are laid, and th<* perfect accordance of such evi-: (Jfenre, with reason; also demonstraUr.4 the aderjuary of natural the"?lo/;y when treated and taught in this, r.eicn't iicform to constitute a true, perfect, and philosophical systom ofj l'eU/rion, (anuio^oits 1o other un'verh\1 system of sc'encc, such a.- ast;'diomy; (X fuunde 1 on hnum'ablo : facts ami the works of creation, beau- j t fully adapted to man's rt a-onand! n ituro, and tending as other sciences do, hut in a higher dog....

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. — 9 August 1850

tHi; COXGUESSIONAL BL'UI W.-CROl/ND BV ROUi.lft CMb^EU., JR. "It is liolifr to tco tlio liotifc of inouriiinsf iliftn to 1^0 tIro liouso of fnistinir: for iliat Utiicutrlof n'! iii' ii, and the living will !;?> it to heart."?SolCMO.V. During* a visit fo Washington, I Ytule nut to the Congressional 13tirialGrotuul. Thouirh I have s\ sort of monomania for prraveyaivi.'. my idiosyncrasy is not of a gloomy or morose character. I love to stroll thro' the paths and avenues of cemciries, and peruse the often touching inscriptions to the departed, because they a fiord more instructive material for meditation than any oilier places whatsoever. The Congressional Hunal-C.ound js situated about one mile and a "half or.si of the capito), near the waters of the Anacostia, and comprises about ten acres of ground. The situation is rural and pieturesoue in the extreme. Nature and Art have combined to beautify and adorn this final resting-place of mortals?the former, by the location, and by coveri...

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. — 16 August 1850

r " TO THINK OWN Rtl.F CU TRCE, AND IT MIST FOLLOW, A8 TllK NltiflT TIIK DAT, TIIOC CAN'bi NOT TIIKN UK TAl.Hr. VO ANV MAN." VOL. 2. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1850. NO 1# Tnrrr-in i mi? i n Tmmrj- . i -j?rf. i n r m r iw. 1 t- .,' ML^i^>-*-u-..u>,.^ Ttiji JKUOWEP* COURIER, l*Kl.Srk0 AMD PCBLlSnED frZEKLT HT TRIMMIEIl & LEWIS. ^ H XV. K. Ficirv - - - MnkWMCfl) JUUJU/1* TKIfrJlS. Ono Dollar Mid Fifty Cents for one yenr'* ?ul> rription when paid within threemonth*, Two dollar* *.f payment is delayed tu the clo*e of the ubicrlption year. All subscriptions not clearly limited, will bo considered as made for an indefinite time, and | continued till a discontinuance is ordered and all arrearage-* pni.l. Advertiieinrnir inserted ut 7f> cents per square for tho fir-it insertion, and 37 1-2 cts. for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to those advertising by the venr. ur All Communications should be addressed to the Publishers post paid. P?L ...

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. — 16 August 1850

hes?,V?K. O!F THE J PRESIDENT OK U. STATES* (IN THE TKXAS P.Ol'VIMRY Ql'KSTION. 7 V) the Senate a fid House of Represent aiivc : I herewith transmit to the two I louses of Congress a letter from his excellency the (Sovemor of Texas, 1 il... i i nam v? 11 I lit* I'HII OHV OI J MHO lUSt, addressed to the late President of ihe United States, which, not having ljccn answered by him, came into my hands, on his death ; and I also transmit a copy of the answer which I have felt it to be my duty to cansc '.o lin m nrln 4l?nl IIIIIMV << ?licit I UllllllllllinilllMI. Congress will perceive that the Governor of Texas officially states, that I?y authority of the Legislature of that Stale, he despatched a sperial ('ommissiom r, with full power and instructions to extend the civil jurisdiction of ihe State over the unorganised countries of F.I I'asso, ortll. l'l'osirlin. mifl IA. *.! <? * . ? *?*. K^UIIIU I. V1 OIHl" ated on its northwestern limits. Ho proceeds to say that tlie Commissio...

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. — 16 August 1850

- J . ? ' '? *. -r UNITED STATES AND FCRTt-GAL. We have received from a correspondent abroad a copy of the Courier de Marseille, of. the 8tli of this month, in which we find, among the local news, some lhat will interest our readers. We translate it as follows: 4,T1|I<3 A mni'irtn ?-* ?? * - ^ ? A * ' i iiv iimviaiui lliglLIU VOnSlilll' tiou, Captain Couover, of iiftv-four guns, entered our port on Friday evening. At (lie moment she arrived, Mr. Hodge, Consul of the United States, repaired on board, where he received a salute of nine guns. The next morning the Constitution saluted our port with 21 guns. 'Thisfriga'e constitutes a part of the American squadron anchored in ?u_ m i--f *' .... uif xa^ua, oeiore ijisuon, which is composed of the frigate Independence, of sixty g'tns, having on board Com. Morgan, the frigale St. Lawrence, fiOv-four gnns, and the steam frigate Mississippi of twenty guns. 'The object of the presence of this squadron In the Tagus is to support the demand o...

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. — 16 August 1850

pdttTfcy, A BEAUTIFUL riCTURE. BY l.ii. 8AUX. "Alii well I mind uic of n child, A gU-esome, Imj >j?y ruaitl, Who chiuc with constant step, to church. In comclv garb nrrayed, j And knelt her down full solemnly, And penitently prayed. "And oft, when church was done, I marked That little maiden neiir This pleasant spot, with book in hand, As you aro Kitting hero? She read tho story of the Cro?s, And wept with grief nincere. Year* rolled away?and J beheld The child to woman grown; Her cheek was fairer, and her eye With brighter luatro shone; But childhood's truth and innocence Werw still the maiden's own. ~x ncvur rung n uicmur [H'ni, That when joyous bride, She stood beneath the mcred porcli, A noble youth beside, And plighted liiin her maiden troth, In maiden lovo and pride. "I nover tolled ft deeper knell Than when, in utter yean, They laid her in tho churchyard here, Where this low mound appears? (The verv mrave. mv bov. tlmt vou Arc watering now with tei?rs!) "Is this thy mother...

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. — 23 August 1850

Jl'i.. ! II I'lULjmuai' nw im mil' I n hji ?I hiimii i mi i i I ?- ! mi 1 n?n i I iw*wwwmbhmp_ >. "**> 1 ?i m l ,mi ibhih mmiwiii ! n.i???-n nwuiiiiiiK'i . 6 r ;k- ' ji-: . ir7 " TO THINE OWN BKLF BE TKUK, AND IT WU8T FOLLOW, Afl THE NIOHT THE DAY, TIIOU CAN'JIT NOT THEN HE FAL8K TO ANY MAN." VOL.2. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1*30. NO M THE ) ( IKEOtVETO COURIER, fltXTKD AMD PL'Bl.lBHirii W?CKL? IT ^ TRIMMIEH ?fc LEWIS. d * VV. IC. Easley, Ed'for. TKKiflS. I One Dollar nnil iPifty Cents for one year'* sup tl scription when paiil within tHree months, Two t< dollnr* if otwuent ia delayed to the close of the ll flu'or.cription year. y All subscriptions not clearly limit id, will be s considered as mu le Tor an indefinite time, and '< continued till a discontinuance is ordered and p All arrearages pai.l. a Xrfvfrh'wmMtiInserted at 75 ccnts per square ^ for tl*o first insertion, and 37 1-2 cts. for each v continued '. .sertion. Liberal deductions made s to...

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. — 23 August 1850

_? oNQ Ot K *"&JI0WA Li Washington, Aug. 13, 1850. SENATE. Th" bill to make donations of pub-! lit* land': loactual settlers was taken up, a id Mr. Walker spoke at length in ?ts support. Tac bill was postponed till to-nior-' row. The California bill was taken up on its third reading. Air. Jefferson Davis, who had taken the floor yesterday, addressed the Senate at considerable length.? He stated his objections to tl e bill on several grounds. \V hv. he askfd. wrp Nnrfhnrn men urging the admission of Cali- j fornia? Jl was not to promote their manufactures, for Oalfornia would ; he free trade. It was not to preserve j political power, because the North had a majo.iitv already. The only purpose was, therefore, to commit an aggression upon the South. If thsrewas now dangler to the Lnion,, it was because the North had acted unjustly to the Souih; and this was the healing measure that was pro-' loosed, The remonstrances of the' South were met with indifference 01 | contempt. This was ...

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. — 23 August 1850

THE POLITICAL SIN. For the past twelve months, we have, with all our ability, advocated ilie South agaittst all the aggressions and onsets of any and all parties; Very frequently against the misrepresentations of the Whig press in this State. Under those circumstances, after Manly publicly opposed j osilions we have battled for and striven to sustain as the only ones for the South, how could it be expected that we j could vote for him? We could not have done so without giving the lie to nearly all we have said and written linon the ruination. This \v?^ wow not prepared to <lo, and we willingly voted for Reid as much loss objec- j tionable, as far more sound. If by this we have sinned, vvc are willing to meet all the just, punishment that ; awaits us. If by this vvc have sinned, i we arc willing to sin more, by following up the course twice as strong.? If this be sin, there is no political virtue at the South. It is gone. \Vehave advocated the Southern J course, and had to vote in...

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. — 23 August 1850

_^?,OKY;(Y, pt WOMAN?A SATIRE. J? Oh, woman, fair to evil turiK-d, ?y God ami n?l*?nly ?ur;ols npurr>cd, rp Man's greatest friend and grentest foe, ^ ttfs chi.'fust jojr Arid direst to, Hi* burden, prize and precious gem! ' .' Ilia glory, slmtne and diadem ! So pretty, poli.-hcd, pleasing prim 1 " So gaudy, gitldy. grhrvous, grim ! So lovely, perfect, faultier, bright I So wicked, hateful, worthless, liglil! Coy, modest, meek nnil full of swnv, til Sw.tn, pigeon dovo und bird of prey, I'M 5cold, vixen, termagant nd shrew, ! sa Thorn, thistle, nightshade, nettle, rue, ^>C Aflccted, witless, froward. pert, Coquette, gossip, prude and flirt! ?l! Wi h eyes so tender, languid, mild, 11) So fierv, eloquent and wild; d( With voice so soft, and suiile so sweet, Antl heart where nil the graces meet; I] With taper waist, and graceful air, t<3 With wheedling tongue, and shoulders bare! p< In sorrow, patient, tender, kind, tl) u..? -i-i ? .? ? vm m-mens mo cimnging win-.i; j to All ...

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. — 30 August 1850

mi ?J1.. . ! 'LiiMiJgaBaaggep..iii. M w ... in I! LLL-iLixuji. n 11 ? win hi a imu < ? 11 tii i^.i.i.jhi 1 wnw m " TO THINB OWN BELT BK TRUB, AND IT MUST FOLLO^T, AS TUB NIGHT TUB DAT, THOU CAN'ST NOT TIIKN BK FALSE TO ANY MAN>" VOL. 2. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1850. NO 15 THE KK20WEE COURIER, PRINTKD AMD I'UBLISUKD WEEKLY ST tkimmikr & lewi". W. K. Easley, Editor. I TiERlWS. wno uoiiar and Fitvy Cents for one year's sub Bcription when pnid within three months, Two dollnrs if payment is deli\yc?l to the close of the ubscription yenr. All subscription* not clcarly limited, will bo considered as made for an indefinite time, and continued till a di ^continuance is ordered and all arrearages pni.l. Advn titementa inserted at 75 cont* per square for the first insertion, and 37 1-2 cts. for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to those advertiftinir bv tli? - o """ tr AU Communications nhnuld be ftildresscil to the Publishers iwst paid. ??(*9? ...

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. — 30 August 1850

Interesting Letter from Kossuth to Gen. Cass.?Tlio expatriated Hungarian Chief, Louis Kossuth, has written the following striking letter to General Cass, in return for the seuliiueiils of sympathy fori Hungary expressed by the latter in ! his speech in favor of suspending di- i ploinatic intercourse with Austria: ic .rr,, tv. /a ,at:. \ i JVC k JXkj .'M llliUUl^ f May 25, 18.")0. 5 General: It is already ton months 1 that 1 have the anguish of exile to endure* Nature lias man's mind with wonderful elasticity endowed. It yields to many changes of fate, and gets accustomed even to adversity. But, to one thing the patriot's heart never j lonrns to innro itsnlf?tnllm nrmcreoft I C>~ I exile. j You remember yon patrician of i Venice* who, when banished, feigned high treason, that he might at feast from the scaffold cast over theRialto a glance once more. This fond desire I can easily 1111 uersianu. 1 can so me more, ne-! causo yon Venetian, 1 hough exiled, knew his fatherland to he ha...

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. — 30 August 1850

GEORGIA. TJ e people of the State of Georgia have good and suflicien4: cause for exultation, in view of their iron minces gold minos, cotton factories, cotton crop, general improvement, educational advantages, and general prosperity. Well may the Recorder ask, 'Who would leave Georgia to vo 1 1 H T. ? * ? any wnere ciscf' it is a rare circum stancc now to meet a Georgion moving to a new country. Emigrants may be met from aii the other States east of us, but it is a rare circumstance to meet a family from Georgia. Iler citizens are contented at home. By diversifying her labor, developing her varied resources, and drawing on her immense mechanical power and mineral wealth, Georgia lias opened up to her peopled a future of such promise as to fasten them wit hooks of steel to the soil upon which they were born. She lias adopted a nolic.v which rvpi v 4 W (" I Slate South of Mason and Dixon's line should have acted upon years ago. But it is not yet too late, and we trust to see a like po...

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. — 30 August 1850

PQBTBV, THE COMMON LOT. Once in the flight of p?sf> Thi n* lived Man.?nhd who was he f ?UorUl! how>r thj lut be cut, Tfc?t Man resembled thee. Unknown th? wgion of his birth, The land in which ho dirt! unknown. Hn name h*s perished from the earth This truth survives alone:? That joy and grief, and hope and fear Alternate triutnph'd in his breast: )IU bliss and woe,?a smile, a tear! ?Oblivion hides the rest. Thu kmindmcr nnUo <K? I??wmhM Iirr?K r ? TWchanging spirits' rise and fall; We know that these were felt by him For these were felt by all He suffered,?but his pangs arc o'er, Ei V?but his delights are fled: Hat da, ?hi* friends are no more; Ant- lov-r-,-?liLs foes are dead. lie loved,-?but whom he loved the grave Hath lost in its unconscious womb: O she was fair-?but nought could save Her beauty from thu tomb. He saw whatever thou luist sron; Encounter'd nil that troubles thee; He wn?,?-whaiover thou hnut been; He is,?wlint thou shall be. The rolling season*, day and ni...

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. — 6 September 1850

l?aJj^ll<M^J>lJ-!iLLL-JlJJ^X-JijJ.I?IJ.L.J1 jljux.l. . l!?mi.?!?U.ji.M ?M>xn. i;i-i. .1. I jMi'y'ia.u,,. _1 ii < ii .j11jui.I 'I, III, w .. .L.JJI J'^ii'ilj . m I p I " 1. 'jj_uj.j_._u.ij.nl .i .. JILL-''" i i * .in I _ .1 i I ' " TO Tit IKE OWN BKI.F BR TRUK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NI0I1T 1IIR DAY, TI10U CAN'bT NOT THEN BE FA1.BK TO ANT MAN." VOI.. 2. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER C, 1850. NO 1? ... -S ? ,.l, . . .. ... , _ , tiie kkowefi courier, rai.XTKI) AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT trimmer a lis wis. \V. K. Easley, Editor. TlGRWS. On? Dollar nnd Fifty Conts for one year's sub scription when paid within three months, Two dollars if payment is delayed to tho close of tho subscription year. All subscriptions not clearly limited, will be considered as made for nil indefinite time, and continued till a di ^continuance is ordered and nil arroira^es pai l. Advtrtixemcnts inserted at 76 cents per square fur the first insertion, and 37 1-2 eta. for each contin...

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. — 6 September 1850

ttl SSIA AND THE CAUCASIANS. The recent arrivals from Europe bring us further intelligence of the Miccesses of the Caucasians against the troops of Russia. \\ t? nave not ai hand the annals of the present war between Russia and the inhabitants of the Caucasus, so that we can Mate the length of time for which it has lasted, but we believe it is six or seven years, it may be more. It appears to have been a series of successes on the part of that brave but semi-barbarous people. They have successfully resisted every attempt on the part of the Russian to make himself master oi their countryi and beaten him back in almost every attack. Thousands of the ltussion soldieiy have left tlioir bones in the passes of the Caucasus; vast sums have been expended by the Russian government in recruiting forces to be beaten, in purchasing munitions of war to be wasted. and in casting guns to be captured by the mountaineers. The Polish insurrection has been put down;andthe Polish race reduced to passiv...

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. — 6 September 1850

This occurrence has created a pro- i digious amount of talk and speculation. The Cabinet had the subject before them, yesterday, but came to 110 understanding as to a successor to Mr. McKennon. I was inclined to think, at first thought, that Pennsyl ! > uina. wuuiu ut? cuuea upon 10 designate a successor, but I do not so learn the probability, upon inquiry, this evening. There has been much inquiry as to the cause of the brief career and j hurried departure of Mr. McKennon. ; The answer given by (he Whigs is j f lint I' 1 ^ >uui i v <.'ii iU'l'UUIll en II1C "unsettled condition of the Department," difficulties and perplexities having arisen, which he did not chose j to encounter and be harrassod by. This will have to do for the present, but I predict that it will be discovered that the difficulty was much more ; serious, having reference to Cabinet ' affairs. Mr. Webster is understood i to have been "l ulling the roast" to I an extent which was not expected to | bqjqp agree...

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. — 6 September 1850

POIETT^V. V 0 U K T S li I 1'. ItV X. P. WILLIS. "0!i. L/vnrh! will nothing I bring tliee KVr coftrn tlio-o looks of dizain} Are (lie song* ofnffcctiou I sing tlieo All tl.mmcil to boning llice in vain? . otl'or the?), fairest niv.l dc vrest. A lr?v.fliiret th? richest I'm worth; I oftVr thee lovo the siucerest, The wannest eYr glowed upon earth!" u'. the maiden it haughty look flingh'g, Said, "Cease my coin passion to move; For I'm not very partial to singing, And they're poor whose solo treasure is love!" ".My name will ho sounded in story? I oJf'er t lice, dearest, my name; T havo fought on the proud field <;f glory! Oh! Laura, come share in my fame! I bring tlioo a notil thai adores thee, And loved tliee wherover thou ai t; Y. 1.. a thrills as its tribute it biinga tlieo Of tenderness frebh from the heart*" l?;it tho niaid said, "Cca?c to importune; Clivc '"'lipid the use of liia wings; T"oi fain but a pitiful fortune? Ami hearts such valueless things" "Oh Laurn forgive if I'...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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