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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 21 July 1849

' S!?L!?LgJ II' - - ^?i I HliW FOREIGN NEWS. Telegraphed for Charleston Co urier. The Act of Parliament in force in reference to Smith O'Brien, is said to be defective. The Queen is nbont to visit Ireland, and it Is supposed will extend the royal pardon. The latest accounts from Home, state ?%?-* luul tKn r??ttr nf 1?io tv?nfnir Ultlb vuuiuvv *?*v liv IIIO ( and in ordor to save car nag o, had proposed terms to the triumvirs, which it wag thought would be accepted. The English Government is reported to I have presented a friendly remonstrance ] against'the bombardment of Home, urging the French Government to proposo terrtfr Schleswig affairs are drawing rapidly to a conclusion, and a final settlement was oxpectcd to take place in a fortnight. The Hungarians were partially defeated by tho Austrinns on tho 21st ult., and , forced to retire beyond Wagg, where, 1 from the nature of tho country, they will r he able to repel tho invading army. Oth- f or rumors announce a victory for the H...

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. — 21 July 1849

- ... ,, . & m*. ggt i" i L'gaaeiJA'jeg ...... . ua POETRY. p WHY DON.T YOU TAKE THE PAPERS! V BT N. r. WILLIS. J Why don't you tako tlio papers! S They're "the lift of my delight}" Except about election time, n And then I read for spite. d Subscribe, you cannot low a cent? g Why should you bo afraid! For cash thus p&id in money lent a On interest four-fold paid. t Qo then, and take the papers, y And pay to-day, nor pray delays And my word, it is inferred You'll live till you are gray. p An old newspaper friend of mine, J1 While dying from a cough, * Desired to hear the latest news, c While ho wm going off. X took the paper, and I read 1 Of loue now pills in force: He bought a box?and he w?(toed! > No?-hearty m a horse. t I knew a printer's debtor once, Racked with a scorching fever. * I Who sworo to pay her bill nest d*y j If hi* diatrcB.3 would leave her. j "Hare, Jessie, take these 'silver wheels,' Oo pay the printer nowl" t She spoke, aho slept, and then awoke ( With ...

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. — 28 July 1849

KEOWEE COURIER. "?TO T1IINK OWN SELF UK TRUE, AND FT MUST FOLLOW, A8 T11K MOIIT TIIK DAV, THOU CAN'ST NOT TURN BE FAlSE TO ANT MAN," VOL. L PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, JULY 28, 184'X NO. 11 the KIIOWKG COURIER, i'lllntcu and ri'bmthikd wkeki.y dv W. II. TRIMM1ER w. norrtsT7r7 i miot. E. M. KKITH, ] ^,0r8TERTttS. . | One Dollar iind Fifty Conts for one year's subscription when paid within tliree montlis, Two dollars if payment in delayed to the close of the subscription year. All subscriptions not clearly limited, will 1h> considered as made for an indefinite time, and continued till ft discontinuance is ordered and j all arrearages paid. Advcrtitfmcnt? inserted ftt *75 cents per | square for tho first insertion, and 37 1 -2 etn. for i each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to those advertising by the year. .ear AH Communications should be addressed to the Publisher post paid. For the "Keowkk Courier." PICK ENS DISTRICT?HER PROSPECTS. But I pass on to the capa...

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. — 28 July 1849

A PRAYER BY KOSSUTH. The following prayer vifc-rcd by Kossuth will be interesting to our leaders. ;It was offered by htm kneeling amid the multitude, at the grave of the Magyar heroes who fell in the battle of itapoylna, and was originally published in tlie"'Opposition,' a journal of Pcsth. We trnn> late from the German.?N. Y. Y*ibinie. "Almighty Lord ! God of the warriors of Arpad i Look down from thy starry throne upon thy imploring servant, from whose lips the prayer of millions ascends to thy Heaven, praising the unsearchable power of thine Omnipotence. O God, over mo shines thy sun and beneath me a1 V * ~ - ivputw wu rcncsoi my laiien iierotc brethren ; abovo my hea.l the sky is bluo and under my feet the earth is (lyed red with the holy blood of the children of our ancestors. I<et the animating beams of the sun fall here that flowers may spring up from the blood so that these hulls of departed beings may not moulder unadorned. God of our fathers and God of the nations! h...

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. — 28 July 1849

I From the Washington Union. ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER CALEDONIA. BKVKN DAYS J.ATKH FJtOM KUltOI'E ! 8t. Johns, July 20?noon. The jS'tcamcr Caledonia, Cnpt. Lec' o, nrrived nt Halifax about 7 o'clock on Thursday evening. LOSS OF THE BAKQVE CHARLES BARTLETT. The C/aledonitt has 45 passengers for Boston, exclusive of 18 of the 42 survivors of the ill-fated barque Charles Jiartlett, of Plymouth, J/ass., Wm. Bartlett, master. This vessel, on Wednesday, 27th ult., at half-past 8 o'clock, p. m., about 700 miles to the westward of rape Clear, was run down by the steamship Europa, and sunk in three minutes, wiih i - J her passengers and crew. Tne catastropho occurred during a dense *bg, nnd although the boats of tbe Kuropa wore instantly lowered, and every possible assistance rendered, only 43 out of the 176 souls were saved. The captain, mate, and ten of the crew are among the survivors. Tho TCtimna is acquitted of nil blame, not only by tho survivors, but by the unanimous voice of the Britis...

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. — 28 July 1849

POETRY. i^OO^rALWAYS ON THE SUNNY BIDF What littlo tilings may sweeten life If wc but view them rightly 1 Our drakest moments oft are rile With pleasures beaming rightly. The mind that wraps itself in grief Anil vents it* vma in [ir.unin,. ? 5>vau*u^, Would never gain one hour's relief, For Rges paso'd in moaning. Look always on the sunny side? The sun is ever shining; The shadow may be dark and wide, But 'tin no u?c repining. Nay, tho' the huh seem vawish'd quite, We are not unenlightened. The glittering stars show bc?t At night, As though by darkness brightened. i our path may bo thro' deserts drear, But springs e'en there aro flowing, Keep up your npirits, never fear, Heaven utill in joy bestowing. Ah a bright ttower that may bo found Where all besides is dreary, Bcems to shed sweeter fragrance around, In comfort to the weary. Just bo, a joy the mourner sees Am. 1 the gloom of sorrow, t>~ ' a uuvikvd uouoic power to please, And strengthens for the morrow. Then let us alwo.y...

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. — 4 August 1849

TO THINK OWN SKLK UK THl'K, AND 11 ML'ST FOLLOW, AS "111K NIC!Ill' THK DAY, THOU CAU-KT NOT TI1KN UK l'Al.SK TO ANV MAN." VOL. I. PICKENS COURT IlOIiSJE, S. C., SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1819. NO. 12 THK i HOllsintlO no J' KUOWEI) COI1K1EK, rniNTKn ani> i'Iibmaiiiio wi^ki.v in W. II. TRIMMIKK. T. W. NORMS, Jr., ^ r.... 13. M. KEIT11, \ E,1,to,s TKRiTIS. One Dolkr and Fifty Cents for one yoftr's subscription when paid within three inoiilln, Two dollars if payment i* delayed to the c'.ose vi imi Huoscription year. All subsciiplioiiH not dourly limited, will bo considered R8 pintle for nn imletiuito time, and coi.'litued till ft discontinuance is ordered and i all nrrenmjrofl pnid. Advertisoncttlf inserted at Ift cents pe square for the first insertion, ami 81 1-2 cts. fo ouvh continued insertion. Liberal deductions innde to those advertising l>y the year. All Communications should be adtlross,cd to Uic Publisher post paid. GEN. CASS ON THE WILMOT PROVISO j Tlio following extracts from...

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. — 4 August 1849

KEOWEte COU1HEll.| Saturday, Augiwt 4, 18<IW. I With a view of accommodating our Suhncribors who live at a distance, the following fpnllomon nrn nuiluiriyorl nml rnnii<iw4<iii #* act Ud agents in receiving and forwarding Sub fcriptioivs to the Keowki: Courier, viz: Maj. W. S. Grisuam, at Went Union. Edward Hughes, Esq., " Horse Shoe. E. P. Verner, Esq., " Bftcholor's Retreat. M. F. Mitcheli., Esq.. " Pickensvillo. J. E. Hagood, " Twelve Mile. T. J. "Webb, for Anderson District. J. M. BARRETT. Wo find in the Spartan tlic following letter addressed to the Hon. H. C. Young, was taken from a letter addrcpscd to Barrett: Mn. Young?Sir: Study your covin try's good. "Give freedom to your negroes; and do not go to the expense of building negro bouses. Let the negroes look to tbeir own interests and build houses for themselves. They will not be so liable to be burned down. Hire them. Pay them wages. When you die they will bless your memory. Your influence can do something to the ben...

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. — 4 August 1849

is again present again visible! The past also may not only be recalled, but it may be kept before our eyes. If n ray of light travels at a certain rate, as wo know it does, that is, about two hundred thousand miles in a second, wo have only to move at the enine rate to keep any trans wiwu i,.\uu ueiorc any icngtn 01 ume. One may be in this way placed before his own evil deed, and liis eye kept upon it, as a past recalled and rendered permanent. OBITUARY. Departed this lift', on Monday evening 1 <3th July, at his Futhc-rs residence in Anderson District, Major Joux Jamks Non kik, aged 25 years 0 months 27 days, of typhus fever, by which ho wns confined to liis chamber about three weeks. Previous to this attack, he was almost on entire s1 ranger to disense of any kind; and his prospect for a long and prosperous life was doubtless equal to any he left behind him. Having seen him several times during his illness, I saw but little appearance of a change, till within u short period of t...

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. — 4 August 1849

POETRY. from the American Courier. THK IMMORTALITY OF THE SOUL. BY MR*. M. II. WILLIAMS. For this corruptible must put 011 ineorrnn lion, and thi-i mortal must fa* "on immortality. ?1st Cor. xv. 63. And ?<}iall this mortal body e'er l?c changed? This weak receptaelc of dust and cloy Yet benr tlic stamp of immortality f Hball wc, the changing bcingn of nn hour, Who rise and full with futo and fortune's tide. "Whose life is worse than vanity at host, "Who strive n moment with the ills of life, And then, exhausted, droop, decay, and die, E'er bo transformed to an unchanging statu? And shall this spark of Deity within The soul which ever roams on restless wing Through the extended space of things below. Striving in vain to satisfy itself With mortal objects and with mortal hopes, At length attain the happiness it Keeks? ' I'is even so, for Inspiration's page Declares there is a perfect rest reserved For all the pure in heart, and when the fouI Shall leave this earthly tenement below,...

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. — 11 August 1849

m * m KEOWEE COURIER. ' " TO THINK OVfH SELF DE TUUE, AND IT MyaT FOLLOW, AS TIIK NIGHT THE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN." VOL. I. PICKENS COUIIT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1849. NO. 13 . ... , 1 ' ' ' THE KEOWEI5 COURIER, TRIHTEp AND PUBLISHED WKEKLY BY W. fl. THIMMIER, J, W. NORMS, I If Ijlnra K. M. KEITH, f Editors, rrnii* -oh kj JL JUa?lTH.>T9? Ono Dollar and Fifty Cents for one yearn subscription when paid within three months, Two dollars if payment is delayed to the close of the subscription year. Ail subscriptions not clearly limited, will bo consid-jred as made for tin i 11 do fin i to timo, and continued till u discontinuance is ordcrod and all arrearages paid. Advertisements inserted at 75 cents po fquaro for tho first insertion, nnd 37 1-2 ct?. to cue 1 continued insertion. Liberal deductions mauu f . ;ivw uu> vi iipiii^ uy mi; 5sr All Communications should be addressed to the rubli*her post paiiL FOREIGN NEWS. BY THE EUROPA. [Telegraphed fo...

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. — 11 August 1849

KEOWEE COURIER. Saturday, Aug. tl, 1849. With :i view of accommodating our Subscribers who live at a distance, the following ircntlcmeu are nutlxiriKMl anil - ^ ?M*V* 1 VkJUVOWU IU act as agonist in receiving an?l forwarding SubHcriptiuivs to the Kfowee Cocbier, viz: M.u. W. 8. Grisiiam, at West Union. Edward IIlohls, Es<j., " IlorsoSlioe. E. I*. V sine a, Esq., " Bachelor's Itetrc.itM. F. Mitchell, Esq.. " Pickcnsville. J. E. Hauood, " Twelve Mile. T. J. Webb, for Anderson District. GEN. TAYLOR'S ADMINISTRATION. '1 am a whig, but not an ultra wliig. If electcd I will not bo the mere President of a party." No doubt can now remain as to what Bort of Administration we have at Washington. This "no party" has fully shown that ho is solely influenced by paity principles, prejudices, and schemes. His DiedE*eH beforo nlpiWinn n.-.,i and at his inauguration, have been shamefully violated and broken, and he hos given uncon. trovertible evidence of his entire subserviency to hia Cabinet. W...

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. — 11 August 1849

sticks of wood, in tlic neighborhood of . Bennett's lumbor mill, we nrc told, wero flying about in the air as if they were bo many reeds. It passed over Ashley river, took tho form of a water spout, follewcd the bank of the river, and exploded T T_1 1 i/OIIIUS AS11U1U. Vfc have heard of several other incidents ccnnectcd with this phenomenon, but not with sufficient particularity as to warrant us in attempting to detail them. F<ro>n the South Carolinian. FOREIGN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE CAMBRIA. On Friday night we received the following despatch, which wo issued in our extra, on Rnfur^otr ~ * ? v*..y uiui '"uy w uur wwn subscribers t The most cheering intelligence is the continued advance in cotton, which has not only gone up one-eighth since the last steamer, but is still rising. In consequence of the advance in the raw material and a consumption greater than ever known, [the words of the do- | i i - ' * * u|jnv\zii,j o^iKitvra nitve uuvancea a Halfpenny on the price of their good...

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. — 11 August 1849

? POETttY. Ttin POETIC SCRAPS?TIIE MAIDEN- f Tia true, that once I loved to nee A mju<Vn fair and beautiful, . Vtd. 1.W.L- . ~r ,.i? ( 5'W, I m In simple dress, or fanciful; Littlo mattered it to mc, I?' her brow wore only fair, MHd her eye, and soft her hair, If a blush camc o'er her check, q. "Whenever she essayed to speak. If her lip, so soft anil red, ]}l Mellow'd every word she said; I wished tbat she Might always be So very pure and beautiful, a He fair to see 1 n ^ But when I found earth's chilling air ' ^ A blight o'-et all i?er beauty threw. But when I saw that maiden fair, Disappearing Like the dew, To see her like, I did not care Nay! 'tis sorrow to mc now, To look upon a lovely brow; I cannot praise a blooming cheek. For it fadcth while I speak; ( The sight to mo is pitiful, And deeply makes mc sigli, For when they grow so beautiful. They always diel MISCELLANEOUS. ?J?WOK9 UXVX All O IlUUl* Evciy man, worafin and cliild In Pickens oounty knows Jess Bryan. And to these...

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. — 18 August 1849

KEOWEE COURIER. " TO THINK OWN 8KLF UK TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIGHT THE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN BE FALSE. T& ANY MAN." VOL. 1. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1849. NO. 14. TUP 1 - JL illi KEOWEK COURIER, PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY W. II. 7.HIMMIEH. J. W. NORRIS, Jr., ) ? E. M. KEITJI, j Editors. TERMS. Ono Dollar and Fifty Centa for one year's bubscription when paid within thrco months, Two dollars if payment is delayed to the close ; of tho subscription year. AH ? ?- ' -J" ..W.I^HUIIO liut VICIIIIV IITH1ICO, Win DO considered an made for an indefinite time, and continued till a discontinuance is ordered and all arrearages paid. Advertisement* inserted at 75 cents pe square for the first insertion, and 37 1 -2 cts. fo each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to those advertising by the year. .or All Communications should be addressed to the Publisher poet paid. [From tho South Carolinian.] THE BANK?ANOTHER FALLACY. But another fallacy ...

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. — 18 August 1849

-J I ! I! JLlllll KtiOWK# COURIER. Saturday, A lift. 18, 1849. With a riew of accommodating our Subscribers who live at a distance, the following gentlemen arc authorized and requested to I act as agents in receiving and forwarding Sub- ' Kcriptions to tho Keowek Cou&ikb, viz: Maj. W. S. Ghisiiam, at West Union. IRdvard Ik'aiiw. Esa.. " HorseShoe. E. P. Vkrnfb, Esq., " Bachelor's Retreat. M. 1'. Mitchell, Esq.. " Fickensville. J. E. JIacood, " Twelve Mile. T. J. Wjcm, for Anderson District "A little reflection" no far from having satisfied the Courier, that there is no difference between the resolutions of the democrats and and whiga of Iowa published, and upon which we commented in our issue of the 4th inst, j has but confirmed our first impressions. Wo j hare constantly advocated that all party tics should be obliterated by the question of Slave. I ry, and in our own State, we have the pleasure to know that such is the case, and that we pre- j ?ent an undivided front to our en...

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. — 18 August 1849

kept a hopeless watch by tho sufferers couch ; unexpectedly, however,the fever leaving him lie began to recover, and by and by went back to dwell by the dend ones grave. But he was no more the l/lad hearted man of formor times. hut n crushcd and a withered thing, and liko ono lost in a strange land, who wanders hithor arid thither and looks into evcy face as if expecting each moment to hnd the conntenance he loved ! his reason wan.1 I i. 4 l! > il - I uuiuu lit tuuut*, UIIU MIOIl no WOllKl talk to shadows that none could sec, and answer voices that nrne could iicar but himself, voices that were bourn about after him by the winds ; ho could hour too, low wailing sounds, liko the sobs of departed spirits, rising up from the bosoms nf ofi-Anmo otwl ?,*? 1.. ?.? ? ? ? ???$ ont.n^uiy with the murmurs of the riphng waives; nnd nil the shadows that floated on the darkness, and all the sounds on the winds ntlfl J)in TOdl'AO onnlm in l-!~ I" ?' " of the dead crying for vengeance. Then lie...

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. — 18 August 1849

POETRY. / ?w.., .?. . [Prom Kichard'a Weekly Gasctte.] TO Tia out of fashion, -now, I'm told, to marry without plunder, And folks that haven't eot the dimes, their lores are rent asunder, 80 wagd the avaricious world, and merit lose i station. Compared with wealth, no matter what the moral situation Of those who well'tla known have pewter in r"-*""! "Whoso Ma's and Pa's, by fortune's luck, just shoot 'em off like rockets; And when in air, and nhining there, with a brightness new begotten, Are much admired, but, coming down, are instantly forgotten. Rut T am nno wKn irk onoV favors ever, And what in more, (youH trust mc, sure-,) in wiving 1 phall never Ten times the Rothcliild'n wealth, with more? ton thousand years of life, I'd give up for an humble lot with for my wife. HOME?A SONNET. T<*^\ /?<% fn1r\no? *>'! 2* -* ? ? 1 a wigvkiUiiiviW ouu CKU IV DIWU, Insensibly, its gliding way Upon my soulf The Jove I feel For home-scenes, where I loved to stray, In ltappy boyhood's mi...

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. — 25 August 1849

. I ? " TO THINK OWN SEI.K Illi TRUE, AM) IT ML'AT KoI.LOW, AS THE NIOIIT TUB 1)AV, THOU CAN'bT NOT THEN HE FALSE TO ANY MAN." VOl.. 1. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, !8 I9. (?*. ift THIS KfcOWEE COURIER, FEINTLO AM) FirOMSIIKD WKEKI.Y BY W, II. TRIMMIER. J. W. NORMS, Jn.( ) ..... E. M. KEITH r E?l?t<?'?. 1TEKWIS. One Dollar ami Fifty Cents for one year's subscription when paid within throe months, Two dollars if payment is dolayou to the closo of the subscription year. All subscriutions not elonrlv "-'ill considered as made for iui indefinito time, nnd continued till a discontinuance is ordered and all arrearages |>aid. Advertisements inserted at 15 cents per square for the lirst insertion, and 87 l-i5 cts. for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to those advertising by the year All Communications should be address- I cd to the Publisher post paid. FOREIGN NEWS. [From tho Columbia Telegraph.] AltUIVAI, OFTHE STEAMER HIBERNTA J COMMERCIAL. Liver...

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. — 25 August 1849

From the 1*a!nirtfo State Banner. EXTENSION OF SLAVERY. The Whig* of the North seem to reirard The ex tension nf >?<-> ~e ?..W K4.nikUwiV/lI Ul slavery, as morally impossible. They contend that the existing laws in California and new Mexico prohibit it, and therefore bend excry nerve and use ever)' means in their power to extend over tho.-e Ifirritmios ll<n ? - c *"" VIUIIIUIIVC U1 IIOI. 1 lie Constitution and the J/issouii Compromise are to be set aside, though called into cxMtencc at n later period, with a view to a Dcnnnnent nftUlcmoni #.f ?i?? .isar?' v...v.mvi?v vi iUV UUUUUl" tics then existing on the subject of this vexed and disturbing question. And why do they occupy this position ? If it m morally impossible that the institution should exist in these territories for tlio mnsnn signed, why distract the country by these insidious movements? Why do they not content themselves, and leave undisturbed the institution where it docs exist, in good faith ? Abandoning ev...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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