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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 1 March 1851

orainnuAia v.: Departed this life, on 12th ult. at 4 o'clock a. m., at the residence of her mother in Pickens District, Miss JMUry P. Gaines. With chviatinn SM| , , It 'U . > ' : .-r-r patience she bore a most paujful illness offonr weeks;^ she leaves an aged mother and many relations to lament her early death. The siibjcct of this notice was nn ornament to the church of which she was, for many years, an attentive member, and durinar her illnn ? nrnvn - many evidences of a strong faith in the christian religion. When much enfeebled she would often sajiw^^l have enjoyed the spring of life,?endured the toils of summer,?culled the fruits of autumn,?am now passing through J ho dreary winter, nnrl am not forsaken of my God. I see tliedawnofa new day?1 lie first of a spring that shall be eternal,?it advances to me,?1 hasten to embrace it. Welcome, welcome eternal spring! hallelujah!?COM. 1 ' fjiiiardiaiis, Trustee*, and others, liable to aooouht before me, will take notice that they ar...

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. — 1 March 1851

" ; 1 POKTTBIV. I'M WITH YOU ONCE AGAIN, MY FRIEND. JCra with you one? again, my fr?mda, No more my footsteps roam; "Where it began my journey ends, Amid the scenes of home. No other clime has shies so bluo. kjt si renins so broad ana clear. Ahd whore are hearts so warm anil true, As Uioho that meet 1110 here! Since last, with spirits wild and froe, I pressed my nativo strand, I've wandered many miles at sea, And many miles on land. I've seen fair realm? of the earth, By rude commotion torn, Which me how to prize the worth Of that whero I was born. in other countries when I heard Tho Ling nag u of my own, IIow fondlveach familiar word, Awoke au answering tongue! But when our woodland bongs were sung, Upon it foreign mart, The vows tlmt fultor'd 011 tho tonguo With rapture thrill'd iny heart! My native land, I turn to you, With blessing and with prayor, "Where man is br?ve and woman true, And free as mountain air. TAirier mnv mif flnrr !n o J ? to * "?>C A gainst the world combine...

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. — 8 March 1851

""stx." r v S'.t jjtmk , <* '% i *& . * . -x ' ' - ' -' u 9 4fr ' > ,?, ....ill., ^L^r r itti Migirai m i r?iir t . a.. * * -^ - -< & ?* . '"^QBL jts^2h"' ' "" "" ^ ' ii "" HI '^.' ^"",| y i i 1 |^: ^8 i I I 1 I g|j|JJsgf | ft m 1 ^pig I & S"B*e,B<^fcJ 1 ^ti^||^^^S9S9^^<Wa|?^T0^jI Jk owksku uk^iuk, , i) rr must follow, as tiik xiuiit tub n.vr, thow cam'st hutthkx n? false to Asr man." i i " -k "' "-"r J ' . --m-J-l . J. . i aaommmmmmrnmmmmmm^m^mmttmmmm yOh. 2. . ,"' PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1851. NO 42 I #* ?' 1 % ' ?a?m?rm ? - ^ ' ^ - THE KGOWGE COURIER, ratmtko and ruBLisuxn Weekly by trimmier a LEWIS. W. K. Ea8I,ry, Editor. I ' 1 I ! I TffJRITIS. Ono t>oltnr ttnd Fifty Cents for ono yonr's nub script ion when paid within tlneo months, Two 'dollars if payment is delayed to the closo of the subscription year. . ' | All subscriptions not clearly limited, will be considered as made for an indefinite timo, and continued till a discon...

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. — 8 March 1851

KEOWEti COURIER. Saturday, March H, 1881. The Difference.'?" What is the North? what is the South?" cxcla im the aroused mutuah. "We know no North, no South! We know noth-1 ing but the Union, and for its honor and its interests stand we up. One scction is as (mother section to us*, the whole country is our countryits diversity of climate and variety of soil? its boundless domain, its rivers, lis iuuumauis ami seas? its peaceful hamlets and magnificent cities, this it is we love, and not the fraction of a part." In rhetoric like this, it is the delight of the conservatives to spout on occasions when the interests of the South are to be sacrificed, and thus in medio gurgite decern!i, they overwhelm the narrow minded few who are mean enough to stickle for ' the rights of the minority, when they stand in the way of the aggrandizement of the majority. The men professing to ho imbued with this enlarged and liberal patriot ism are'all powerful in the country; at the lifting of their little...

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. — 8 March 1851

On Thursday evening tin; l20ili nil-, i>y ihultev. T. M< Wilkea, the Rbv. Ii. R. L. Jennings, of Pendleton, S. O., to Miss Sai,i,ie E. Stow, nf ITnt. onton, Ou. OntheGth inst., by Rev. VV. McVVhorter Mr. Joseph M. DbveNeau to Miss Caroline M. Howard. ^rci?l-rrTr~rrn?rrr?ntr 1 Pendleton IjoiIkc, A. M. F. A-REGULAR Commuhiontion of Pendleton Lodgfe, No 34, A.'. F.-.M ?\ will lie heldon Monday eveninfr. the 17ib i?aiun? n?? -* ~l , _ -r- Wtuiai* JL?T UH CI Ul the W. M. W. II. D. G1LUAHD, Sec'y. 1 March 5, i noticeT ALL persons are forewarned from trading for a Note of hand given by me to Francis Greenwood, for $50, and due the 25th of December a : t i . next, as i oo not intend to pay it unless compelled by law. J. B. LEATHERS. March 8,1851, 42 4t Bridge To Repair. Twill attend at Allgood's Bridge nn 'Pwiflyo Mile Rlvtf, on Saturday the 15th inst., and let*to the lowest bidder the repairing of said Bridge. A. S. KR1GGS, /? v n * ?^um n noaas. .March 3,1851. 4*2 2is . ? 0 ' r i % ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 March 1851

PnpM Aggression. la lilt) House of Comings, February 6th, Lord J. Russel proceeded, amidst profound silence, to explain the nature of his measure on the Papal Aggression. The noble lord commenced by alluding to the deep responsibility of his situation. As to re trogration, he only pioposed to recoil a step backwards, out be would defend himself from attack. The pope had last year departed from the usual policy of the Vatican in the appointment of an Irish Catholic Arch bishop. The prelate appointed knew much about Rome, but nothing about Ireland. With government, on the contrary, he took a prominent part ?n the nrOCf!ndinir? r?f flio - ,, ~-'0 w iv k-'J IIV/U) T* illl/ll denounced as godless llio coleges estalish by the crown, and in general tried to rouse the feelings of the country againstthe Protestant proprietors. Thepe matters were symptoms of encroaching the intentions and tendencies. Concomitant with these proceeding had taken place in several Europaan countries manifesting t...

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. — 15 March 1851

" TO TUINE OWK8KLF BB TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TUB WIOHT TUB DAY, TBOTX OAIf'ST HOT THB* OS FALflB TO AWT iXkX," V<>I- 2- PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, MARCH 15,1851. NO 43 n~a iw in ? i g=r=g? i rrnT"i THE KEOW12I* (COURIER, PI&INTKD AND f UDLIBIIKD WEEKLY BY TRIMMIER <fc LEWIS. W. K. Easley, Editor. T IS It MS. One Dollar and I'ifty Cunts for one your'* ^ub Hcriptlon when paid within three months, Two dolSarsif payment is delayed to the close of the subscription year. All subscriptions not clearly limilfd, will bo ooruiderol an inadc for an indefinite time, and continued till a discontinuance is ordered and all arrearages pai l. Ail?4rtl*e>*cn(s inserted at 7fi cents per square or Mm fir.t illa?r?;n.. n?.l 1 rt *? - % ... ...uv. auu VI t-? UVP. iur UilCIl c mtimiud insertion. Liberal deduction* miulo to those advertising by tl?c yenr. IW All GoininniiiciitioiiM should bo ftdd-essed to the Publishers post paid. POETIrtY. ?? BULIEVE NOT. Oh, believe not, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 March 1851

>?M&St E?^ 0 >IMJ &Ls Correspondence of U?<! Charleston Courier. Washington, March 3. This is ihc last day of (he session. A Sunday sitting was proposed, hut almost by acclamation. mln#?iori 'n>? - HVi House did as well, on Saturday as could be expected. They were sober and orderly, and considerate eDCUih to reject or rule out some extravagant propositions. Radicalism found no favor; but money taking pro jects, however plausible, found even less. The Navy appropriation bill was passed?but all the new projects for steam lines were defeated. 'I here "Were propositions to break up all the steam lines, but they bad few votes. The Senate postage bill passed, but with unimportant additional amendments, wlucb remain to be confirmed b-v the Senate. The movement in the Senate, on 4&e subject 6f the river and harbor bill, is one of the most ?xtm/j^'mary, under all the civMiivie?o?,? '? ... v??idi(iucU3) 111 II1C history of Congress. The combinations in favor ot the bil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 March 1851

z5$6)u mwTioojjrr" | at ?j ALEXANDER <k UAllTON. pickensvilLk, s. c. ninrcii IU, 1801. 413?tf Just as you rtcasi1, pay, ou uk1suei>. r H MfOSK indebted (o n^o prior to .1. the first ilay of January last can *pny without costs until the last of xxnirt week. I want the money and 1 will have it. K. Mi KliilTH. TUtlrch i:>, '51. -13?21 SOUTH CAROLINA. J PlCKEN DISTRICT- IN EQUITY. Jas. Mulliken ) 1. >r Partition wile Malinda vs > o' 1 al Estate. ' Martha Norton, } llobt Wilson & / wife Sarah, et al. $ The complain nts having filed their Bill in my office, and it appearing to lny. satisfaction that tl\n heirs of Zipporah Forbes, deceased, viz Ii'lmina, Auplphus, Nelson Forbes and others and the heirs at Jaw of Martha For. boSf deceased, viz: Joptha, Klizn, Oeorge, Forbes and others, reseda from ami without tho limits of this State, oil motion of Perry & Keith, comps-, sol1^., It is ordered that the above named Defendants, the heirs at law ofZip porah Foirbcsand Mar...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 March 1851

Komnnce mid Tmigcdy. Many of our readers will remember a series of articles enfrTOd 'Three weeks on a Cotton Plantation,1 which appeared in the Republican a twelve month since, or more. In one of those articles the romantic lustory of ine planter, whose hospitalities the writer so gratefully recalled, was briefly given, lie landed at Natchez, ahoy, lie had come down the Ohio and Mississippi on a Hat boat, with his father and his father's partner. There his father died, and was buiied, and there the boy was left by the heartless partner, without a picayune. Naturallv shrewd, he soon picked business?sold tickets for the theatre, did errands, peddled knickknacks, &c., until he grew up to be a proper size for larger operations. He then became owner of a dray, then a number of drays, then of negroes who drove them, then of a small plantation near Natchez, then of an immensely large plantation at Millikei^s Bend, at*>ve Vicksburg. Here he went into speculations, and before ! the cr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 March 1851

/ * ?Mna?? LU-uuiL^jj.j'--i U'JU- i - . 1 - --"' '- 1 " ..' u...Li^JtwaKj-gggrig^tsneT-isaHgawH^ . -a^^jjajuauBgjBapgaHgBegBBBggBwaBBgtMaMBMeBwaBMHMwMaaggEMawMaawB^^ ^ -,:! | 1 '> ' ** -> ' . Jjrwllivoto r Ql fl - >!,: -h1 il , , .' V ri' ' : W-W.l ? ,l or 'rt'-Ui"*- '> ti,? 1 " TO THINE OWKBBL? BE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS Tllli NIGHT Till} DAY, THOU 0An'8T NOT TUB* DB t'ALBK TO ANY MAW." '' i '' tl |' i ' . ii 11 VOL.2. PICKENS COURT HOUSE,; S. C., SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 18S1, NO 44 * M ' I n<HII f/ ?<M ' 7 11 ' i THE KEOWDffi COUlUKtt, P&INTKD AMU rUDLIftilKD WKEKLV BY TillMMIEll ?t LEWIS. VV. K. E\3ley, Editor. TKK.1IS. One Dollftr and Fifty Cents for one year's sub tcription when pnid within throe months, Two dollars if payment is doiavijrl to the chwo <>f the subscription year. All iub*oriptions ftot dearly limited, will he Qonstdere'l as, made for an indefinite lime, a.u' ca.itinviml; till u di laouiiiuuuice is orilored and all anef.rajjes pai l. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 March 1851

"The Union: It must be Preserved.'' Of late, especially during the few ! months past, since plotting politicians ! thought that wliigs and democrats j are about to unite, and that the base | amalgamation would be a safe refuge j lor mediocrity and dereliction, and , cover up, in the confusion, a mnlii-' tude of sins, and even the want of brains anil of principles?of late, we i say, many persons have been aping, i and imitating, and patterning after | this celebrated toast. But there! is a mighty chasm between them and Andrew Jackson?a gap which, tho' they had had the winjp of Mercury, oiiu uiu uuvfwieHguo doois ot Jack the Giant killer, they ran never leap. We do not like to hear any one as* tempt a parallel between Washington?unapproachable and peerless in his moral ^fRiKiuer?and auy body else- And if is quite as disgusting lo see fifth-rate personages aping Andrew Jackson, and aping hup too in < one of the loftiest and most memora- i ble sentiments that man ever uttered;! a sen...

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. — 22 March 1851

SOUTH CAROLINA. In Equity?Pickcns District Isaac HoUInn antP wifo, Jane, Bill for Partition Vs. V I O _ t r n I Jane Nicholson, flu,M 1UMU widow, Ev?n Nic ; holson, et. ill. THE Complainants having filed their Bill in niy Office, and it appearing to toy satisfaction that r.vnn Nicholson, J a ibos Loveless and wife Sarah, William Holdeu and wjfe Martha, William Nicholsrtn, Bfordcciii Cox and wife Maiinda, parties Defendants to the said Biil of roinpiaim, on motion oi l'erry <fc Keith, Comi). Sol's., It is Ordered, That the above named Defendants to the said Bill of complaint do appear, plead, answer, or demur to the aforementioned Bill ol Ccoi. /hunt within three months from this date, or otherwise the Bill will be taken as them pro confesso. MILES M. NORTON, C. E. P. D. Commissioner's OITiee, \ Pickens, 15 March, 1801. $ 44?lt3 ha i/r in t) it K i? uiivri rciT Ink rfflaimfiictory. Tho Rubsci'bcr, agent fortho sale of' Ihia INK. would invito th<? attention of Printers and publi...

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. — 22 March 1851

Lii'e of St. iflnrk. j This Evangelist was of a Jewish : family and of the tribe of Levi.? Eusebius tells us lhat he was sent into E<rypt ' y St. Peter lo pre&ch thdgos- j nel, nrt$ that he planted a churcn in i Alexandria, th? capital of Eujypt. St. j \fv i*lr rliil iiaI r?nnfma !/\ A lov. I audria and tho orieuiiai parts' of Egvpt, hut removed west ward lo Lybia passing through the countries of Me iiitcia, Peuiapolis, an 1 others adjaoeir wh.M-e, though the people were both barbarou> in their manners an I id ?/itfou4 in their worship, yet he p evaded on the:n to embrace the tennis of the gospel. After this long tour, he returned to Alexandria, where he preached with the greatest treedom. but the ruthless enemy ;?f the>?ouls of men would nut suffer the apostle to continue in peace anil quietness, tor while he was assiduously laboring in the v'.iuyard of his master, the idolatrous inhabitats, about the time of leister, when they were celebrating the solemnities of Serap...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 March 1851

^ - - .[J. 1 <...< _ . J. j. ,)ll i?Li.'!1 jw.-j ? UJ-JI T.?. m-y.s?^^.iilli bbs--< -<. >> .". _ m. ii'imiu i .jjjuujej'i.i . _i_ai_ji_jL^ .1 iiiiiiiaiu ie?^^ ' ' V 1 TO TUtttU OWN 0KLV um THl'K, AND IT MUttT VOLLQVf, AS TUB MIOIIT TUB DAT, THOU OAM *T NOT TUB* BB FAL.9B TO AIT MA*/ """"" '" J ^ r?, X.. .... rrrtrr ~ ~ ~~~ ? ' ' you 2* > PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C.t SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1851. HO 4? T -v i . - {.?!? Mil . .^lu J Uw'A-* ' m >n vuig^ d>u .nita. itwhg'Wi {, ,llll| I UrtWIILiUP... JJ .... ..... ? txv Mil THE S'- I kkwweh tounixn, U TftiMMlEH A LEWIS. fouboi'.i-oi * j >"?i twooV , W. K- Eaglet, Editor. <?l u* '> *' 1 nQ'm f v >* - TERML#*' One DolUr nnd Fifty Cents for ono jrcei'* ?nl> eription when paid within three months, Two dollars if pnyffieftitie deUytd to tho close oftliu eub*eripih->n year. '' rirY"?* not cltfarljr t!mtted, will ho <}on?idered *s rande-for an indefinite time, stud continued till a discontinuance is Or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 March 1851

The Recent Elections in Ohio and New Hampshire-Prevalence or Anti-Slavery Sentiment.?'The Abolition Whig papers of the North are rejoicing over the election of Judge Wade, a Freesoil Whig, as United States Senator from Ohio, (or six years, and over the Whig gain in congress and in the Legislature by the recent election in New Hampshire with the indication that a ma jority ot the peonle of that St^tt: are opposed to tne I1 ogitive Sift v ft Law. Ine abolition organ in this city, the Tribune, appears to be excessively delighted at these results, and looks upon them as indications of healthv viflor in the l>ody politic. We take a different view of the . results of these elections, and of the . indications of the public mind in the North and fVesU which they exhibit. We can see nothing in them but the gorms of disaster and ruin to the American republic, the seed3 of civil war, anarchy, and insurrection, atfnong the people, in the distance. If the whig parly of the North identify itca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 March 1851

The Louisville Varieties lias hoistieri its flag, Jane Swisshelni. President, tiiui Grenley Vire President. ' T, E>< On Thursday Evening, 27lh inst., by Rev. Win. Mc.Whorter, Col. E. I R. Doyle to Mis9 Susan Dendy, nil of- this District. Hon% or Tempcmnce. PICKENS DIVISION No. 21 will appear in Regalia on Moofifty night of Court, next, and he atl' I dressed by Judge O Neal in a pnl> Sic speech.*?Members of the Order are invited to unite with the Division, i and the public to attend the nleeting. March 20th AI L NKBKTINO! THE Members of Pickens Division No. 21, S. of T., will meet in Division Room on Tuesday Even'w# (next, at which lime the O. W. P., Judge O Nisal. will address them. ----By order of fV. P. W. D. STEELE, R. S. March 29. NOTIOK ? T LEVENA KELLY, wife of William Kelly, residing in Pick ens District, hereby give notice of I my intention to become Sole and to enjoy nil the privile^ 0f B Free Dealer, in the ?CxiiijStion of Basket<rioal'er? &<? f after th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 March 1851

r it ova eijropg. The steamer Asia arrived at N. York on the, 14lh inst- Shf brings* Liverpool dates to March 1st, and London to February 'iSth, being one week later fronT'aM parts of Europe. Tl.n nr?liti/'iil iui?'o ^ |^ui dvhd HUM nut. possess much interest. .-'y #W The Puke of VVelttp^tou isppok^n of as tlio next PM'hiifcr to succecti Lord John Russell. HP J France remains tranquil. jTluvpoTit ical news generally is withoujTanything of very striking interest. It is denied in the Monitenr tHnt Napoleon designed reviewing (300000 troops.on the ..Boulevards. The anniversary of the French re volution was vnry general'y .observed and passed oil very quietly thro'utit France. Theplan of ilia Austriau intervention has been cli -nus.sec in the Cabinet Caunckl. The Federal Fortress is lobe occupied by an Austrian corps. it was rumored that an. Austrian expedition was about proceeding a* gainst Switzerland. Trift Into liimnra r>f ???^v-lU*? ??? ' ? ? v/i cvi _iirv\j i?iv;clsures in Prus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 April 1851

, ,rt K, *n& * <* " ~ - - - . aesssMagi - - ? aemmmmmmmammmmBf* " TO TMINE OWN 8KLF DK TllUK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TUB MIGHT TUB UAY, THOU OAll'iT NOT TIIBN OB FALSB TO ANT HAW." VOL. 2. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1851. NO 46 7 ~~7 ~ *> ! THE i KEOWEE COURIER, I'KIMTXU XSTt Jpu HI.IAIIKD WKKKI.Y UT TRIMMIEIt A LEWIS. w ir it* ....? * > TT . IV. liASIibl, AjUIIUI. TERIS. On? Diillar nml Fifty Cents (<rr one ycnr's nub eription when paid within three months, Two dollar* if payment is delayed to tho closo of the nubscription year. AH itfltbacriptlftn* not clearly Untiled, TVill he considered as made for an indefinite time, nnd continued till a discontinuance is ordered and 11 arrearages pai.l. A inerllteinenlt inserted at 75 cents per square 0r the first insertion, and 37 1-2 ets. for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made _ i I 1... ?i. vw shvo ?iitciuoiii^ ujr iiiuji'iii. or All CoinmutiiciUiom should be addressed i to tlie Publishers ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 April 1851

From llayti. Port nu Prince, March 5.?Within flic last few weeks a very deep laid plot has been discovered, which had for its end the dethronement of the ! Emperor, the overthrow of the pres- j ent GoVfirnnmnt. mwt ihn noiol.lloU. ment of another more mild and Republican in its form. Mr. Francisque, Chief Justice of > the Empire, is implicated in the conspiracy, has been arrested and com* | rtiitted to prison; and if there should appear sufficient proof of his connec- j tion with the affair, he will most probably l>e shot with several others. The Minister of Finance, M. Sa-! ? i ? . . juiiui, nas already been, or is soon to be superseded; and none of the old ministry will remain in office except , M. Dufiere, Minister of Foreign Re . lations. There has been a commission appointed to meet the agent of the three commercial powers, who held a conference this day with them; but, as far as is known, to very little effect. J The Kmperor is very unwilling to give iiii what he conside...

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