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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 19 October 1850

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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. — 19 October 1850

SUBSTANCE OF REMARKS I OF HON. JAMES L. OUR, ok south carolina, Jit Ihe House of Representatives, ' Saturday, September 28, 1850, On the proposition to release the present Contractors for the Public Printing. Mr. Our said: Mr. Chairman; I propose to sub-1 mit a few observations on the subject now under discussion, and commence by stating* some facts, elicited by I he investigating committee on the pub Jic printing. 1 do this more readily, since tho Mouse this morning re ft is- i cd to allow that committee the privilege of reporting, and thus bringing ; the result of their labors officially be-; fore it. Tho testimony taken (level- i opes a series of facts which the Ilouse cught to know, before deciding upon this proposition. The< facts I am resolved shall not he stiffled, when disclosed, if the House takes tlie responsibility of not only relieving the present contractors, but of paying them a bonus for the nonI?erlormance of their contract in conformity with written s ipulations,...

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. — 19 October 1850

NOTICE IN FULL! AS part of the Store the subscriber had in Cheohee was a copartnership business, those indebted to the subscriber previous to the 25th of December, 1849, it' not paid according to promise, will find themselves pestered! yes, pestered, either by myself or the proper officers, until all is settled up. JE. WILLIAMS. Oct. 12, 1850. 4 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA lMCKENS DISTRICT. Whereas, W. S. Williams has filed a notice in my oflice requiring me t ) take charge of the Estate of Thomas Smith, late of Pickens District deceased, I will sell the Estate of the said Thomas Smith at his late | residence on the 30lh inst. Terms* six months credit. W. I). STEELE, O. P. D. Oct. 14, 1850. Ordinary'* Salt. By order of YV. D, Steele Esq., Ordinary for Pickens District, will he sold onmle day in November next, before the Sherift's Ollice within t!te legal hours, A Tract of Law1 belonging to the Estate of Joseph Taylor, dee'd., lying on the waters of Golden s creek, adjoining lands of Knn...

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. — 19 October 1850

MASSACHUSETTS. A convention of the whig party of j Mass k husetts, assembled at Wor-1 cester last week to nominate candi- j dates for State offices. Their pro-1 ceedings were unanimous, and the j address and resolutions adopted ; without a dissenting voice. This1 address reviews the proceedings ot the last Congress, touching point by point the several measu.es of the Clay compromise. It signalizes the admission of California as a great northern and anti-slavery victory; it maintains that, though the form of the Territorial Governments of Utah ind New Mexico was not such as Massachusetts preferred, yet in effect ho North has now secure possession >f those regions and urges the importance of securing their admission into the Union with Wilmot Proviso constitutions, at the earliest possible day. It exults in the majority which the North has now effectually acquired in both houses of Congress, by which the equilibrium of the two sections is forever destroved and all possibility of th...

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. — 26 October 1850

~ TRTTrrrft^ r^rTkn^m T>r5irnr~~' " ? LM \55^dJ sM J iVi J WJ i v-k N^MHaliaw * '. fWTixBHHk ^BMI c- >.*(t i! .f i * ' u -, : , 11,-,. i(V;?-|. 'i ifMu*1? t 'i .^r? I Ijlfc vjt?*??'>^fc (Kht ' ^ vv?b " .lilli i ll' ii I -- i- | || || ii i M 11| || | i i n i ^iii ii.iim"i i ? ii i ?Ui"a m.|i..m-l L i_ju ,lll .'i?l_I_illl_h .1. ' ' )uui_u llui. .Ui_a_H? . , " TO THINK OWN SELF DE TRVK, AND IT 1IV?T FOLLOW, AS TUX WIOHT THK DAT, 1IIOU CAN'BT NOT THKN UK FAL8K TO ANY MAN." VOL. 2. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., s* ATUIIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1850. NO 23 !' !' ' ! .''i!3BBagHesgBMBH^tar?wsraw,,M^^ggay?igegMBBHaagw*i!gggHWBgBeegMWB*^^wM", ""|>iM* 11 111 ? THE KEOWEE COURIftUt, fWiriD AND PUBLISHED WKKKI T BY TiUMMIER <fc LEWIS. \V. K. Easley, Editor. TRR1I8. Onn Dollar nnil kift.v n?"<? -l "cription when p lid within thrt-r months, Two if oiiyraont is dolave 1 to (he clo e of die ?db??r5plio? yenr. \ll subscription* not clearly limited, will be coiui lerel a* mu le for all indefi...

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. — 26 October 1850

so she gan to throw off plunder, till i fiothin was left but her saddle and close, and the spurs kept telling still. I The old woman commenced strippin to lighten, till it wouldn't bin the clean thing" for her to have taken olT one dud more; and then she found it war 110 use while the spurs lasted. Hiegoi cantankerous. 4i'assun,' .said she, 'I'll bo oust if its fair or gentlemanly, for you a preacher of the gospel, to take advantage of an old woman this way, usin spurs when you know she can't wear 'em?taint Christian-like outlier! and she burs intocryin. 'Wo! Miss Hibbs! Wo! Stop! Madam! Wo! Yoor son!'?he r.tteejpted to say, when the old wo nmn hick mm on the back ol the head, and iillin his mouth with right smart of a saddle-horn, and stoppin the talk, as far as his share went for the present. uliy this time they'd got nigh on to the meetin-house, and the folks were Imrkin away on Old Hundred, and woudorin what could have become of the passun and mam Hibbs. One sister in a long bre...

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. — 26 October 1850

Pidkeus ? 41 Oftices $*20',X) J Marion in 1847. new jail $.501)0 } ISi'J ,? ? ^300^ 3300 I 1 11 i <*'Y S ' $25;3C0 TKe special attention of all grum bier# at the small appropriation made \ to this District is particularly invited to the above tabic., From which j they mny lenm :hat the smallest do-1 nation was'to Pihkens?that three* 1) f^lricts have eadi received mojk J than four times, and two more than.I tw'c<> the amount ours did; and yet j we have never heard tile citizens of either of those Districts comp'uiu'ng i that the Legislature was too liberal to them, nor grumbling that "'Cir representatives voted un approj lion to them. Blit in our rase revere the facts, and ?:up|)Osc our representatives had voted ngi'nM the donation, what j would have Ix-en the fong of the , grumblers/ Why. sir, those ie|??c-' s^n'a'ivcs would Jiavo been ostra-l cise 1 by the'country,' rojfcc'c;l by the fii'iimblcr-h abij:ed, htftved down and denounced ay the vor.est traitors on . earth. Sore...

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. — 26 October 1850

Extract from a letter to the Southern Pkes? bv 4lA Northern Man." I tell you, plainly, the South was never before id such imminent danf^cr. It is now placed in a helpless, I lopeless minority, which will bo for over perpetuated by the principle of exclusion lately foisted into the Constitution by the despotism ol the majority. Besides this, the peculi r political portion of the country has never before l>enn so adverse to the preservation and maintenance of South- | ern lights. Both the party in power,! and mat out or power, arc equally arrayed against them and whichever remains in the ascendency, their fate will he (he same. Both must equal* j ly sacrifice on the altar of fanaticism, where alone they can conciliate the gods who preside over their iletinies; and their most grateful offering is the riirhts, the Dronertv. ihn existence of the South, which is thus placed betwixt a pair of shears, and will be cut by both blades. In a Idition to this, the Constitution, the only defenc...

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. — 2 November 1850

i ^BSI^^ ' '. "lU*'.'".1. >:>--J. IL1 -"t... -I?-J.. ?' "'-l' ','JI . -', f/f Jil1 J ?_ '.J, JJ.'JIJJlU.il- .. - i'l JJUBH.' JILL'ij^M*;--, X. . .l.llil1. ??''..l.l .'M^i'-LMLH '-"BMl . '- " i ' " iI'-''-' ' i' U-IUU Li. I 1 1 ! ' J?U! A. iU ^fJJ^lgggaagWWB .v 'I: >' i ' ;-. . . ,, ? * ' * '/!*' 'ifif' ' , ''?J}9 T1UNK 0\\.N BELF 1JK TRUE, AND IT Ml?T JTOU.OAT, JIB THE i\ic:HT THE DAT,-JUdU CAN 6T NOT THK> Bfc 1 AMK TO AN* MAN. 4%,\>1<H riT?* *itV* vk?o 4?ii :h MA * Jlil iUuuivH o*n.' 1.? >-,. * -Vl .*<*mtuii>U < *>i &f $*?**> t^./i hw'tu ^mJ i,*1#6 ?m?rtio *ma *> y*?? 1 b*io?^??o?> ?ou fc^bwiai?il?qf Jujl. i k#tv*i . tin!,>.-.??? ? ,<., .|<m If 1i<> V ?*ia> t-vl (nh. \!L> N ' tA .! >, ;.!>/ <?jwiilMflftiii idUMi 'iiiI - >*' till t*w,n 0| unifia IeiIlL'MITiu '?* Jfi<|l WU! I:>* Rfrfl lo :>W*?**wj Ml ] tlitwlw ,ltDlJB /i t'-1 ?? nmrnsMCa <rroam? VOL. 2. PICK EISS COURT HOUSE, S. C.r SATURDAY, O...

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. — 2 November 1850

j, . , ^ TTjr,^' ~rrz^rr BOUN^fY JLANI> BILL. i5fe enacted by the Senate and Howe qf Jfapvflm Hn'tw <2/* Mc United j Stoic* of America in Congress at- } That each of the surviving, or the widow or minor children of deceased commissioned and non-commissioned officers, musicians, or privates, wheth ?r nf regulars, volunteers, rangers, or n.ii'tia, who performed military self ice in anyTegiment, company, or detachment in the service of the United States, in the war with Great Britain, declared b? the United States oil the 18th dav nfJnnn. 1S18 or in any of the Indian wars since 1790, ami each Of the commissioned officers who was engaged in the military service of the United States in ! the late war with Mexico, shall be entitled to lands, as follows: Those who engaged to serve twelve months, , or during the war, and actually serv- ( ednine months, shall receive one him , dred and sixty acres; and those who , engaged to serve for any* or an indefinite period, and actually served o...

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. — 2 November 1850

TEMPERANCE. 4 MEETING of the friends of jl\. Total Abstenancte will bo held ^ next Monday at Pickens C. H., the , object of which is to re-organize the i Pickens District Society and appoint i delegates to the State Convention. It is hoped as many of the members J of the clifferent Societies as can, will ^ meet. Come and help in the good wc;k. JOSEPH GRISH AM, Prest D. T. S. Oct, *25 24?It LAND FOR SAIiG. s THE subsetiber offers 100 acres j I of well improved land lying on | 1 the East side of the West prong of i Little Iliver for sale on terms favor a- < ble to purchasers. < P. S. Application must be made i on the premises, between this time ' and the $5th December. 1 EPPES WILLIAMS. c Oc.t. 1M.MV ?*C I ?wv? ll? LANDS FOR SALE i CHEAP. GOOD Lands on Ramsay's Creek \ and Changa; good Mills and [ machinery?all my lands on Fall, . Oconee, Crooked, and other Creeks, hnd on Chatuga River. 1 will sell low for cash, or on time l?y being secured. My object is to get my business toget...

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. — 2 November 1850

(i'Vy/Atfrc AT ins ft] { J jf^TlfQaWlO* This is the question now; and every friend of Hitman progress and republicanism, who will allow himself t inie to think, is asking himself j this question, anxiously, every day. YV? bftnnot get away " fVom it, close rtiiheyes as Wo will. Resistless as fate, events are sweeping on, and gotr.ething startling must and will lake place. Something must gr*)W out or the long continued, constantly increasing, ntid'now fearful atid appalling, tmolrtioti excitement. Society islteaving with spasmodic throes. Things cannot remain as they are. IsSuds ftte rising, and issues are to be metv The long gathering flood is rnminA flnw>< .m, nu. ???? A Mvrru-yu vidj ?IIU UIC k|UCO~ tion now is? whpre its force wiil break and what will be its consequences. t A word here. We have never attempted to alarm this republic. We hud no interest in doing so. We never shall have. For fifteen years, we have foretold the inevitable result of the' slaViery agitation. Eatl...

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. — 9 November 1850

1-1-llllU.J. Ui-^i-JUa Jl.: 1.'.. II.1 iU01_.l " I'U t" I'. U"HH ML . M i ' 11 - . - -P-UI .i.l . J U... _L.L J.WP 1_1 -!>! .11 L I JJ.i i i^i I I ID $>tn4 i tJUl 111 l'!9 IT?! if *. ') SMI) if- 1. >-.> m'.s. J Joo UKW ,f(l jjsfi t>t ')*t . off * J" ji ,| :f: * *i(> ' >., ; " TO THINE OWN 8KLF BK TRUK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, Ail THE NICDT TI!K DAT, TUOV CAN Yr KOT Til IP IlK FALSE TO ANY MAS." vOL, ?, PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1850. NO 25 ?U-lLftL..J '.l A-UJLL..1. J.I.. I.l I T11E - * . KE81VEE COURIER, rtlSTCU .U,|> I'UDLlfelIKU -W*KKI.V BY Tan/SlIKR ?t LEWIS. W. Iv. E\su:y, EdUc . "y-/ . 0;\Dollar ?n<l Fifty CeuVt for, t?c v< pi's m>1> wyj^ipij, tv|?'jn p.u ) ,\v^lua Oi)?ir nmnlliM, Tw<. *Vi^V l,;V?'mPnt''f Uy'J 1 to the .cl?'0 of the fu'i'.er'iyc.ir. ! ./ / ? AU ? iv> scripjions not c\c;*i'lv limited, will lie cj'ul ti're 1 a-*'ma lo For :? iiidofuiito tjme, nii'l en itin m I till a .Incoii'.inuuiico is ordered an ! ...

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 November 1850

KEOYVEli COl' HIE 11 im'.i ?' ' ? Saturday, IVorenibe* 9,1880 With a vmv of accommodating our Su Mribera who live at a distance, the following gentlemen *r# authorised and requrrted tc act aa agents in receiving and forwarding Sub criptons to the Kkowes CocaiKa, vis: Maj. W. S. O aim am, at West Union. Kdwakd ncOaxe.Ksq., " Home Shoe. K. P. VKitNCR, E*?i., " Bachelor's Retreat M. F. Mitchell, Lsq.. " Pickensville. J. K. Hauo?t>, " Twelve Mile. T J. W?m. for Anderaon District. "The commons here in Kent nre up in arm*." Pursuant to notice on Monday last " ' l large number of the citizens of our .District met in the Court Hons* tn hear their able and indefatigable llepresentative, Col. Orr, give an account of his stewardship. Th? Colonel, in a spcech of two hours length, to which we listened with nil diminished interest ran over tin nets of injustice which had been per petrated by the ruling majority in Congress, and sketched in a graph it and forcible manner their disastrous conseq...

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 November 1850

A fVisc Landlord-?Otic night a 1 judge, a military officer, and a priest, |( nil applied for iodgiug at an inn where J there was but one spare bed and the landlord was called on to decide ,( which had the better claim of the 5 three. 1 4I have lair .fifteen years in the gar 1 rison'at B,1 said the officer. *1 have sat as judge twenty years ' in .K,' said the judge. j 'With your leave, gentlemen, I've ' stood in the ministry twenty-five years at N,' Haid ihe priest. 'That settles the dispute,' said the landlord. 4You, captain, have la n fifteen years*, vou, Judize. have sat i twenty years; but the aged pastor . has stood five and twenty years, so he certainly hcW the best right to the r bed.' Among the passengers in the stea- | mer Euro pa, which left New York ; on Thursday lait for Liverpool, were ] the brothers Montcsquiou,. who had i . been confined at St. Louis tor some ! , time on the charire of murder. Onu ! . was proved innocent, and the other | declared a maniac. < 1 ?"<...

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 November 1850

X ' . rOSVUV. j j SILENT SONGS. BY B. . BTODDABD. \ If I could over (Jug the songs, \ Vitliirv me day and night, ( Tfc? only fit atcempanicment Would t? a lute of tight I j A thousand wordless melodieo, Begot with pleaeant pain Like wicrdest incantations, fill The chambers c f my brain I #*3$ ji> tt'i < ;?f But when I yearn in utterance, ( \ .Tfcey mock my feeble art, ylni I am silent, with tlio thorns Of music,in my henrt I .; } ? 11 THE STEP DAUGHTER. Bbo is not min?, and to my Itcnrt Perhaps ?V? in less dear Than those who of iny life arc part? This is the sin I fear; And ereriu the dread to err, My loving tho*c the best, More gentle have I been , j her, Perhaps tlmn all the rest. lias any little fault occurred, That may lcbuko demand, Ere I can speuk a hasty word, Or lift n chiding hAnd, An *ngel face comes <?iit:ng by With look so sad and mild? I voice tloats softly from the *ky? "Wouldn't h*rm my orphan child!" No?-witness ihou and nil nbore, I'll cherish her ft* mine...

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 November 1850

' aja*Kf bttft rr . '" . , ! ,; " TO THINK OWN 8EI.F BE TUUK, AND IT MU6T FOLI.OW, A8 TUB NIOIIT THE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT Til UN BE FALSE TO ANT MAN." ^ , - | i ' J - ~T~ ~ ; " ' ' ' V~ " ' 1 " - l<^' "* n V01'- * IUCKENS COURT HOUSE. S. C., ATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1850. NO 36 ' ' ' ' THE * KJBOWKU COtKIFJl, rUIN rti) AMD I'UBl.lSIIKU WEKKLY BT ? TRiMMIEft <fc LEWIS. W. K. E.\sll;y, Edlt?r. ? > ! k >M; i . -A* . 'i 1 ' ? TfiH IIS. On* t>ollar nn?l Fifty Cents for cnr yrfllV f?ul> Kcription when prtid within three n.?.nth*, Two didl.tr? if nsiybient is d*laved to the cloyc of tin* subscription year. ' AH subxeription* not clehrly limited, will be ^considered ?? ?u?>lo for an indefinite thne. and continued till a discontinuance it ordered an I all arrearage* pm.l. ddveWi.ttfmenf* inserted at 75 cent" per ?quare r th i IrH insertion, and 37 1-2 ct-<. for each : t :i i w-mkiii kvu unvi viuii. Liiurriii uuuuciioiis IlUlill* to thcue ft'IvortUing by tlie year. All Oo...

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 November 1850

KEOWEE COURIER Saturday, I\or. lO, I8CO. With a riow of accommodating cur h'u soribers who lire at n distance, tlio following gentlemen arc authorized and requested to acta*agentsiu receiving nnd forwarding Sub criptous to the Kloavkk Cotitiirn, vi?: Maj. W. S. Orihham, at West Union. Edward Huuiiks, Esq., " 1 lorro Shoe. JJ. P. Vkrnkr, Esq., 41 Bachelor's Retreat M. P. Mitcukll, Esq.. " Pickcnsville. .J. E. 11 A<io?r>, " Twelvo Mile. T J. Webb. for Anderson District. 0^7" The absence of the Editor will account for the want of editorial in this week's paper. Cor re*, of Journal of Commerce. San Fiianci9co, Oct. 1, 1850. Since the last fire there is but little show of pecuniary means, and the few building ? oing up on the rums are of the very poorest and frailest character. Depend upon it, we shall have bodily suffering here this winter, and not a little pecuniary difficulty ? Things arc by no means settled here since the failures a few weeks since. Confidence is very week ; at...

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 November 1850

GeorgE IV. a Hack Driver.?A London hackney coachman, giving ttn jiccount qf his "life and times" in thirMorning Chronicle, relates the ^ following story: (< "Ah, tne old times was the rackety a times! I've often laughed and said ' that 1 could say what perhaps nobody, or almost nobody in England, can say now, that I'd been driven by a King. He grew to be a King afterwards, George IV. One night, p you see, sir, I was called off the F*and j? and told to take up at the Brii.sh ^ coffee-house, in Gockspur street. I was a lad then, and when I pulled up at the door, the waiter ran out and said: 'You jump down, and get inside?the JPrince is going to drive himself.1 I didn't much like the notion on it, but I didn't exactly know ? Vvhat to do, and wr.s getting off my seat to see if the waiter had put any tiling inside, for he let down the glass I am1 just as I was getting down, and had my loot on the wheel, ?iat came the Prince of Wales, and four or five tl rattle-brained fellows like him...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 16 November 1850

POjtTJt V. . ** * * ?1 \ * *i ?' ^ J " ' ' ' i I'foiptho Tempor.uuk' Advocate. i LINES CK TUB OF.ATB OP TUB BO*. JUDOE O.VtfTT. What though imaginary theme* Ot yuke the Poet's Lyre, j|ndFftitCj'? visionary drenrns Uis lofty lays inspire. What though the Minstrel's plaintive vcrw May oft bo heard to flow, Ground thfe heartless despot's hearse, to mockery of woe. He whom the artless tributedrawe C JWn this poor rustic hand, Ne'er sought through life for such applause ? ' ^ds.iU-pota would commnnd. His lifo, liko his Redeemer's here, To us was kindly given, To wipe nwny the culprit's tonr vlnd poiut tho vde to Ilcnven. With guileless innocence, once more IT,. I ?1 _ notuivu munmi ? uiiilll, With Jurists skilled in legal lore, jfVtnr serene and mild. A Judg^.who calmly funk to ro?t An doth the sotting s?tn, A i Int received amongst the bleat, With plaudit* of "\V?ll done!" Caroi.av. EARTH A A* D HE A VJbW. "Flftwcra flint bloom to wither fn?t, (Light whone bonint nro soon o'orcast, Frie...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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