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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 23 March 1837

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Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 23 March 1837

. .0 41 4 0"' leit 404A -t0- -pii.'e DOTIii - e golwArs in ___vtlAu mJ.fan, LmWit1 ry,' Views * '.~ ma 4 e*- fr i nIi~lft -ark. I'ull'e-4Ile 0.0114votbs..ir ic oua6ple;c ii. ric.. - (6'wity'ja 'ini B~intion) JV4~~'9 ii *, N. 1 ik.. i 1 .~C 4r 4 ns CAI ai LF"4 Ioi clv, W . ttvi in' c4 '~~oiV I '37ii~ xN 81 zx*ii. Die- 2.),1 SM. T i die- C%1u ii' LU. .o Iqli.' ifll the c vo ft I, - i lt lh% I 'cte fill#, Il i' lie Ov.vn ii till- 66ilr'en- 111~ wh~ ill,'h Jill - i4,g , J4 c J.- ir ilpiry Ili~'~~u:,po I. 3 ,'.. for trtkj.,; j1ur ili tbie- Imic-'ft gucve 4irv it C tilit'thu an rdtr '6r i 'be-v 111V 1~ I;:' btti ke-*c ,f'frc"'i Ito eiimar m14 .1 a , M e 1411 14(1i iia, e~4(~. .1 ~~in vs'.j ca'nel U Ac I lor t~e mzu'hiii'zi l ).qu i. Ii I-pul 10 ' 1i ct 44) ~ ty orilur.o th11 Soualrslr' 1.7 t!. ' of Thk'siai.w .!24 *1 k in t t alo le-.4ctlt)(:IW.. 4 1.~$~* crv *at.v %j i ' Tto b i -p.. Le honle. Thqrom- * . -srq Qkle Dvdl~D~gI~t ~a~j ba rne-n c1ij~b *ith 6ny (teSae lr,(.If flne 4661hy'ot. ...

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. — 16 November 1837

PUBLISHED.WEEKLY. NO. 41. . rom the i'esternt Monthy Maga::ine. MY HOME ON THE HILL. 0! my4tomo, my home is beautiful, Beneath the chesnut shade; With the garden of sweet summer flowers ntl "ister Uluved. nP,, 'I ate 'o have a richer green, A deeper gold hath th' e And stars at eventide. HIere is my mother's pleasant eye, And my father's shielding care; And the friend whose voice in household love, Mingles with ours in prayer. By the casement where in girlish years, I conned lmy light task o'er, With my student brother hend I now, O'er a page of classic lore. And here dwelt one with silver locks, lnt he hans passed away! How fondly was that form leloved, These blinding tear drops say. lie held ine oft in his aged arms, ' My head on his kindly breast; I saw him die when he passed away, As a child to its cradled rest. O! my home, my home is beautiful, With its skies and summer flowers; And niany are its innocent joys, And its silent thoughtful hours. And the merry days of childhood le...

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. — 16 November 1837

.. .Conananneations The following i the reply of Mr. CAL _not to a letter-t invittionl froni a Con anittee of our Citizens, who tendered hiin the cmnpliient of a public .uuner, fir his . ble ud patriotic s6rvices at the recent, Oventf'ul session of Congress. Fon-T HILL, Nov. 3rd, 1837. Gecntlemen, It is with very great relctanuce I decline your kind invitation to partake of a public dinner. From to quarter aid on no ocea .ion could an expression of aliprobatiou.be iore acccptable. but so short is tiho inerval i ween this and the next regidar session Ol onigress, and so indi-apensible is it, that I )ik1ildt devote it exelusivcly to lly domestic cerns, preparatory to mly oin, alsenc homse, that I am compelled to decline shonuor intended. ii sayuig that onl no occasiol could the pressi on of oir confilence lie imore wel -.iie, I inleu:d no Ittlillenningr cuitnilon ee.Durn;;the long; period of mly pub-_ lie service, nlever have I seen a more impor Z:!:: crisis, thia fle prescnt, and in ...

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. — 23 November 1837

- "We will -eing to the pillars of the temple our liberties, LABORDE, E tor. -5 and if-.it must fall we will perish amidst the ruins." - VOLUM3E g.o E DG EPRE1LD C. It. (H. C.)Noveanber 23, 1837. e - , * ,.*. 0. .. #4 - 4 The Edgeield Advertiser - IS PUBLiSHED EVERy THULSDAY MORNING. TERMS.-Three Dollars per annun I paid in advance,-Three l)ollars and Fily Cents if paid before the expiration of Six Months froma the dmstt of Subscription,-and Four Dollars if not patil within Six Months. Subscribers out of the St it ::ro required to pay in adeance. No -saber iption received 'or less than one year, and io laer discontinued until all arrr,arages ar: paid. except at the option of' the Editor. All stewriptions will be continued unlss other wise ordered, at the end of the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers and becoming responsib!e for the mine, shall ree ive the sixth copy gratis. Anvarrs.t:s rs eonsp icuously inserted at 62.1 cents per st qaro, for the first imsertion, andl 4:1 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. — 23 November 1837

I - k -, ;Wo give the fullowing .tractu flom the Spdeh of r. P'E.ro.(I olj thli Uivorce aiina rgrt that our limits lrga it~soiiragybt a - My Coller4dte statiis s a to any coinlectiliJi or the bank-, the.0amst1a dter-s r 1cdub iittbe .-urreticy by the action of Govcrient. A Be slays , - 'It followvs.asj a 1e,s~Afry eousqqtpyo. that to lhe exdeat ofilifs'iiietact$Le thle latbes of the baniks expailInyd (tttral%'ith the xpansion ais conrtitoufft.thedise tao - tion of the G ov as, 1t4 v'ithilie hicrAW of itsittlies, tai nIayWtindepetlttfred with tihe delfniostif s '.t-itingrl-s - ad1ditionail capitatlje1. iti~e kusofni iotes, n ithdraWn its Conlequen'ce, froti a! enlation;all of wh ich i-n.st directly' n'et the aiounit of their butsiqpss and issitet, ld bank enrreucy muttst bOcourC, Lortake of all those Vibrati ons tthiclh the fiscal action oi* thei Gternmi-nt is niecessrily expiosed, and whien 'grent andl sudtiefn mist .expose the systeitm to entustrop~bes such as we now witnev. Ini fa...

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. — 23 November 1837

oranin,) a Iteneral coancert in case of emterenc*y or necessitv. One of the reso 1utions d ilms all belief in nny ennso for npprehension of a succesin rebelli., bit .ays that to gard n -i e oit raions oif their adverisaries it wast4 the( bouinden dupty ofz-11 loyal subiject-s throughout thle P-rovit)e' to orgai l thensilves into a-sociati:ons fir thesupport of order, protection of lifi an-J p v nl t lie ntaintailmine of the coui netrio exautingr between the Province and the British Emitpirc. Mr. M'Ginn presen ted I resolution expresittg the abhiorrence f tle Irish popitilatiol of the at temp:s zade to dr.w tli over to the revoltitionary partv, and their rendiness, should it be ne-essar'. to repel by force tioqc "whose every a'iion bespeak:l them the enemies alike of t htei selves and their countryten in general." Afwrr the foregzoing article was written,thc, followin;r pargrnph renebed us by yester day's mnil, from the New York Ex'press. The crisis appeirs to be very rapidly up pron...

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. — 23 November 1837

4. *7 NOTIC16. lbscribeir havitfassociated-Mr illfiu Cpapon witbijjhi bi, iness ms Its customers that, le n1ipeij 4_- nfier be carried on' Under t fiis - - 1ULEY & CRAPO0N1, t is eld at d in Hamburg. ly JOSiAH'SIBLE 4L- 1?or saIlt. e , u hand and daily receiving an eten reassortment or Goods from the 1lorth,{ Mnsiattg in part of the following articlet, e ied by one of the concern vii: V,, ifiels Salt, - 8 I0O'.Swedes Iron, - 40000 " Bacon MAiddlinga, - 000 " anis and Shoulders, I-lO0 Cast and blistered Steel. so astings, consisting of Pots, *Ovens, Skillets, &C. 100 Kegs Cut Nails & Bind. 100 Sl Vio * *. ~ ~ ~ r~ - 11StsWgo&-Cart Boxes, 400 Pieces hemp &Tow Dogging, 100 Coil. Btile Rope. 2u. Pieces S anj., 10 do ()inbn, 500 1auginlo 'lli 10 Chests old Ilyson, IMperial, a1( V (4,tn Powder Tlen, - 40 'd o d0 40U0 Siii.l a 25 Itzs F F F Con Powder, 10 HIM chuice St Croix Sugar (r famnily w.in.,) 40 Do Potttune., do 1000 lbs odle relied Loa& L.mp Sugar, 100 an-si...

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. — 11 January 1838

F'-- ;' - - - - *. "We. will cli to the pillars of the temple of our liberties, T1. LABORDE., Editor. --PBIIE EKY and if it must fall we will perish amidst the ruins." VOL1UME2. EDGEELD 0. . (. C.blouar 1, 13. The Edgefield Advertiser IS PUBLISHED EVERY TIHURSDAY MORNING. TERMS.-Three Dollars per anntm ir pntd an advance,-Three Dollars and Fifty Cents if paid before the expiration of Six Months from the date of Subscription,-and Four Dolhrs it inot paid within Six Mouths. Spbscribers out if the State are required to pay in ad eance. No subscription received 'or.less than one year, nd no paper discontinued until all arrrtages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. All subscriptions will be continued unless other wise ordered, at the end of the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers and becmning responsible for the sane, shall rec ive the sixth copy gratis. AoDvERTISEME.NT5 conspicuously inserted at 62J cents per square, for the first insertion, and 431 cents or each conti...

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. — 11 January 1838

Donestle News. Fom lse Curraspondencc of the ChuedstonaMer. VASUtINoNo, DeC 28. Mr. Calhoun's Resolution--Mexico. In the Semite, to-day, Air. Calhouin call ed up his resolutions relativeto aggressious of States, and or combinntions of their citi v.ens upon the Sliveu4oidigg ssjates of tho South and'\Vest,-im. ibstract o which I sent you inmy' last. Iie iovidthuRt they he poistponed' to Wednieghiext-, and be Made the order of the day f6ir thati day. Solme dilett'sion arosd ondi motion,- in vi,-hi Mr. Calhouin expressed Nis Opinion tha.s onethin g-miiti.....e dn-b : tihe SOUith ol tis sulajUet; Ihmt it' was id9 to, expect nuyi' ellicioieti in'tU linon-Sln1aoding tpr sentatives-they *being embarrasied by .p'liic evRlsideriti i.ms;. that tlhis wvay the great disensc of the country. 'andd it' loid Ie ltter to attempt to zrrest the disorder ti-dayvt to-tuorros', and to , iorrow, than next hy.-.. e .te. Str'ange, was-willing to -oto for the Resolutio'ns. .16 approved of their priu ciples. ...

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. — 11 January 1838

hiJU, they held himu inl the CrCee nt Oak land, Iitil nil ihian tore his scaip friom his - )ead! Such is the lentiency of the toties in Cinsilla. They entered the bouses of those absct, scaltered tit ir private papers, de'troycd their property, and turted women anidl children out of their houses. Sneh is their gallantry ! The lluffaloournnl hopes that the Girand Jtlry, inl session in Nitgnra County, wi'l find n it indictmtent augilst the Briish sol dier or soldiers who, in titter violation ofonir - laws shot al individual wrihinl tile jurisdic tion of tis State, atitough catitiuned and ordered not to do it by a person in the ser vice of the United StaItcs. The greatest excitcment yet exists in Rochester. TuI forces on Navy Islam, it is now reported, amount to 100 men, prCt ty well furnished with arms and artillery. Correepoidencc f the Albany Lnning '.1eMrnal. NIsAARA FAI.i.s Dee, 23. Dear Sir;-Since I wrote you before, Ilit G. overtior of Upper Cntodat, Sir Fralcis llend, has niamt...

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. — 11 January 1838

state'0 out go CaroPai PRLOC LAMA -N. .0 W~rON,* Y P ritCE-). BITLER, G6vernor nod tomniarder. stj-chati in and ovdr thlt tafiI aforcsadid; b -Vjiercus iiforrnatlnt Italbion irecived by.-,tlii ~dart tnentlhat 'an iisdA trociiliis uiur dier witas committed in tivIADa1iatrYil ork, on th vla rist. onl the ibod'lif rth by, a negro muan slave,-.os'anfed Je propserty ol'Carge Me'Alibly,.-id th6 said unro .lack.hlas fled-from jti tic',N Nqw Kn IoiV- Yc, to Ithe iriterit-'thet thlesi Jilck sintly -e lW,6rd~ght, triaf-fbr the stid etrimc I fdo hereby 'offer a-reward of- two ltiidred dolr' for the apprehension io niI JuZiCsad 'in any' Jii of thai Stin.r.rse JI ,feet Ior 1o.IC ui eits thonto tic it ty poinds, completion -y lI,'ibn a loves a dram, talks mtlh, - bgag -ieatIly or his knowledge of Far r ry and Wagoning, of. which it is said thant - ie has been driver -in almost eveiy State south ad west of New York. -110 was sometinio ago pirchansed by his present ow ier from a Mr. Wangh of North ...

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. — 25 January 1838

:~ to..,. ".We will cling to the pillars of the temple of our liberties, and if it must fall we will perish amidst the ruins." PUBLISHED WEEki 1 VOLJU~ 20' \ S 3U03333 D V. W. (GeVC.) January 23, 138. The Edgefeid Advertiser 1- PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. TERMS.-Three Dollars per annum If p in advance,-Three Dollars and Fifty Cents if paid before the expiration of Six Months from the date of Subseription,-and Four Dollars it wot paid within Six Mouths. Subscribers out of the State are required to pay in advance. No subscription received for les than ea'gwar, and no paper discontinutd until all arrearages -are paid, except at the option of the Editor. All subscriptions will be continued unless other wise ordered,.at the end of the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers and becoming responsible for the same, shall rec ive the sixth copy gratis. ADvyaTIssrrS c.onspicuoisly inserted at 621 cents per sqtare, for the first isertion, and 43 1 cents for each continuance. A dverti...

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. — 25 January 1838

Domesic News. THE CANADA DISTURBANCJEW The following letter from the Secretaty of State,.and Secretary of War, acconpa nied the President's Message in relation to Ike disturbances in Canada, communicated to Congress on' the 8th inst. -Mr. Poinselt to Gn. Scott. Dx&r.TMIENT' or WAit. Jan. 5 1838. . Sir:-You will repair, withotat delay, to tile Canada frontier of the U. S. and assume the military Command there. Herewith you will receive duplicaie let ters to the Governors of the States of New York and Verment, reqcuesting then to call 'Into the service of the U. States such a military forcee as y*utt may deem necessary Ifr the defence f that frontier of the United States. Tis power has been confided to you in the full persuasion that you will use it die crectly, and extend the cil only so far as circumstances may seem to require. It is imllortant hiat the troops called into the service should be, if possible, exempt fron that state of excitement which the late violatiou of our ter...

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. — 25 January 1838

EDGEFIELD C. H1. THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1838. Mr. Editor, You seem to be so fond of Shin-plasters that I have concluded to send you 3 dollars worth, for your Paper. I will try to get you some more. I wish that all your sub scribcrs ivould pay you in the same favorite article- Nu Friend to Shin-plasters. Well! We have no ol.jcCtion to all this, and would rejoice if all who are indebted to us, had the same horror of Shin-plasters its the. writer of the above. Do your'best; there's no backing out in us; pour in your Plasters; we wish we had millions. There is no justice however in the insinuation that we prefer them to the old fashioned gold und silver, as we arc pledged to give a pre mium for the precious metals, when amount -ing to as nuch as a dollar. However, it is in vain to talk or write about "these things of old," and pour out our tears of bitter and unavailing regret, because the glory of the country has departed. We can't helpi it, and must take things as the times have inade ...

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. — 25 January 1838

state of Sonth Carolina. PROCLAMATION, B Y PlIRCE- M. BUTLER, Governor - and Commander inchiefin and over the State aforesaid. Whereas information has been received by this department that an atrocious mur dler was committed in' the District of York, on the 14th inst. on the body of Win. Nance by a negro man slave, named Jack, the property of Ceorge Mc'Alliely, and that the sai.I negro JaWe has fled from justicc. Now Know Ye, to the intent that the said Jack nay be brouight to trial fir the said crime; I do hereby oiler a reward of two biandred dollars for the apprehension of said Jack and ldging him in any jail of this 1into. Jnck is about 45 years old, 5- feet 1i or 10 inches high, weighs about one hun dred and tilly or sixty pounds, complexion yellow black, loves a dram, talks much, and brags greatly of his knowledge of Far riery and Wagoning. of which it is said that ho fis been driver in abnost every State south and west of New York. lie was soinitime ago pirchased by his prese...

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. — 25 January 1838

state of South Carolina. PROCLAMATION, Y PIERCE M. BUTLER, Governor - al Conmmaudcr in chief in and over the S:ne aforesaid. Whereas information has been received by this department that an atrocious maur der was coiitited in' the District of York, (in the 14th inst. on the body 6f Win. Nance by a negro man slave, named Jack, the property of Ceorge Mc'Alliely, and that the sai.I negro Jackc has fled from justiec, Now Know Ye, to the intent that the said Jack may be brought to trial for the said crine; I do hereby oler a reward of two thundred dolinrs fur the apprehension of maidi Jack and lodging him in any jail of this mrne. Jack is about 45 years old, 5., feet t or 10 inches high, weighs about one hun dred and tifly or sixty pounds, complexion yelliw black, loves a dram, talks much, and brags greatly of his knowledge of'Far. riery and Vagoning, of which it is said that lie fhas ire driver in alnost every State south ind west of New York. lie was somnteime ago purchased by his pres...

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. — 8 February 1838

F ~ It wimoq, tilts. OWN NO.-. 1~16A ~tit mo aad .tihe act ot A' urngfie .8ubsibers'iw e i for same, _hWllr4ive '&tesix5m~pe - -t -u SADIZssa5 5iTSconspicuonl ivrted .at 0 e If ti itise.w6rs It ~ ~~ 0se rk htie 6eos Aaons adneied theditor F v-~T.Pab walbe pr4mptly a sdyiet .. Qe t dz -p a s-06i hla'refill ~o hi omts .E isTee up .lilne .Wsotti was cuous'ah anu wh1 ki~fdteeraisi dh imft 'ao * tup, n on4fil ,la~ an L-th Od th iBis aim, ~ I& i-p'~.~G_bd;:--iotti'wiW~ v. ,I*tsan*g troh :oevltt eav4 flts'of thei' ideAiAs)t Mnourning fo'r'tbhkj" ay'it 01"4tolpaiaAe 4eall'rAte O 6Ier,' thahvi,b-Cl~~i ep1 .t,, rM td 'm01 if hl 3... ib Byorder of the Commander-in-Chie.f JAMES JONES, Adjutant-and Inspector Gen. Jan. 29, 1838 c 52 Tne Columbia Telescope, Chnrlest, Mercury and-Courier will copy once a wcut for three weeks. Florida Claims. COL. WM. E. MARTIN having beet appointed Agent to colleet account, for Losses incurred in the F160da .Cant paigus, will be at Lancaster C.'H. '0 Monday...

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. — 8 February 1838

-e*4w' FeattWj PA1TZcuJ,AW FaoM FLontAa. - dit-It idition to,wfat we publishejbyeater , 4es COing the Aght o.l etaeb tho do e 'Mnintines,.uqd&;ieNt. Powvfll, fnit4iniiii;eIlthe follow P21r9i s dttittuteated to us. it. Meltea wa .8-0.name of the 6111ce kil i and Lt. flarrison was wounded. 'heris. little doubt that Dr Leitner, for erly of this city, was the Surgeon men 'onedqo killed. The marines lost an mt 1itio hoat, beilgcompelled to abaudon it, 11 their hasty retreat. Cenl Jesup had got on-the trail of a large body of Indians, but wantof provisions caused him to returu 4u Fort Pierce. Geni. licernande and suite had started for St. Augustine. Since writing the above, we received, by muil,-the Savannah Georgian of Monday. from- which w6 inko the extracts which follow FROM FLORIDA. The steain peket Forester, Capt. Dillon nrrived here this mornint from Garey's Verry. Froin Capt. ). we derive the ful Iowinig itelcligence. Lieut. Powell with about cijhty men,in cluding regulars, lau...

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. — 8 February 1838

rnd a apor Gratiot Altth A h-.oj~ltIi; guarded Ify a Ivceing 'rvoliteerb SShnter.-Evet the in ts its quoti. 'eTher6 is eno ,d* Itt V, ilL rnuster at least' 500 dboighisi..;g Island to-morrow. The A ptians h te 6oppose these, 450 draf a:.!,t,ditiljiaani twio comparcies of volunteer tegroes. Therd will be a battii a day or two1. r am not marched offto Dearbon villb ll give you the earliest intormation. SUFFALO,Jan 20. The schr.. Savannah cleared at Buffialo for Dunkirk on the 18tli inst. -ud was pre paring to -sail on thesame evening, whenu it formation having been given to the collector that.shi was destined to take a large num -beir orf men'from some place in tho vicinity, he had her seized. We learn verbally from Buffalo, as late' ts Saturday evening, that the steam boat United States was about to leave that port fhr Detroit, with more or less of the -Navy Island force, (and probably their arms, &c. also) but that Get. Scott had given the par ties notice that he shiould fire up...

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