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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 23 June 1866

GENERAL DIRECTORY, Distriot Judge-.Wim I Robertson. Commissioner in Equity-Isano 11 Moans. Clerk of Court-Samil B Clowney. Sheriff-Elisha W Ollover. Ordinary-James Juhnston. Tax Collootor-Robert 1H Jennings. Coroner-l1obert Iawthorn. Escheator-Jacob Feaster. Notary Public-Jae S Stewart. M?Iagistraates. Jas E Caldwoll, Will-ai Crsby, *obert Hawthorn, Daniel J) Hirklafta, UenyGb son, George 11 Miller, James Aiken, Willinx P BrootM, William M Martin, Dr William Carlisle, II1H Counts, Dr D Lauderdale. BOARDS OF 0cM 1ISSIONERS. Comass#soaiers of Ronds. Howell Edmunds, John Lemon,, Edward P Mobly, Robert B Smith, Williant 1 Wood. ward, Dr John ) Palmer, Laban C Chappell, Dr.1 I I MMnaster, Thomas M Lyles. John S Douglass, Robert Ford, John W McMeokin, L .t lookhardt, cit Edward Taylor. Coaaiulssiolaurs of Free Sciooly. Thos J Ii Jones. Jacob Bookman, Arthur K Craig, William Crosh , James A McCro. ry, R L' Ellison, Dr J It McMastor, Dr W E Aiken. -Colunaiissioners to Approve Pub lit, settl...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 26 June 1866

'lllE l'I- E L1 N , Y ST18N(x 1t*Vx. 13 P'UBlLISiED 1VERY TUESDAY, THURS- Ordinary adyertiscluenta, oedupylug ni muore titan ten lines. (one siquare.) will bI DAY AND 8ATURDAY, - ftinsertion andE 76W8 cet sI for h u By Gaillard, Desportes & Co, At Winnsboro,' S. C., at $6.00 per.aw- Lger adverlisements, whenalie contr nitn, in advance. Is made, will be chargcd in -xact propo THE FAIRFIELD IIERALD, Mo rtt oo rtut 1.0 TIER 'AIRFELD DRALD,L 'Marrl*rge, OJbituary Noticer, &p., *;I1 L* SPULIED VY W NESDAY MORN- - cared e sa a advetiement.4, we IN'Gp AT $3-0O0 PE~R ANNUDI. VOL. liq1 WINNNSBORO,. S. (09 T UESDAYt J UNE 2 O, 1866.' 63, ovter teln lines, and 1111a3t be paid for whoa othan in rie,(n ur, will bet nna keing to quit his - wif whenever she had reached a safe portio of. the ogntry, and to bear wesw aqross the Chattvhoochee, The 'ery enifng befre his arrest, bre wad'to have barried out thla 'at'rangemnent, behav lug Mrs. Datis -to -be now sa( but was pre vent.ed by a rport ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 26 June 1866

WINNSBORO. TiIsIeany. Mhariing, Juio 26, 166. -j- T. P3.IS.U, Esq., is the sole 1geil, for t.his paler in Charleston S. C. W e welcome 'Petit-e" ,o otr coliumns, and hope the pen wielded in a !nnner -o facile will continue to grace our paper. Jefferson Davis' Prio Lire. We again give sonio et,racts from CRAV9N?s di.4y of ex-Presidenit. DA via' prisonl life. Every one feels 'kn interest inhimi. This 'id fanaticism of powerful and viidiotivo foes blind.S theiml to the irresistible fact that being what le was;und ' having the honor le had, Ive can feel only the more honor and sympathy for Mr. v IV)s, the More they oppress hiii. "The unkindest eit of all" i that a n ition (we use the word literally) which had over a million men in the field, and ole por old captivo, and that old man captive inl one of the sron:ge,t fortresses5 thley possesse-d, and1( that fortresgs gutrded anuI doubly guair(led, the uildest cut is that he should have been manaolod a< an i ro-ul y conidenmed criiilal,...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 26 June 1866

seful Domestic Receipts. C%INTIIinGTED HY A LADY AimoNi) CAKl:.-One pound of but ter; tine poinid of sugar;'one pound c hour;'ono poind of citronl; two pound of -raisons; one pound of alonds; on nutmeg; 1en eggs. CnACMits.-Ono pound Qour ; twi onces of butte'; mix stiff paste %TitI milk ; beat smio-ith with rolling pin; rol thin; cut in round cakes ; prick wit ibrk and bake in tins. Gml.:FN COHN OYAR:nS.- One pint o grated corn ; one erg; one small cup o -lour ; half a cup of butter ; salt an( pepper. Fry brown. Cream, if con venient, is better than butter. Son A BISCUIT.-Two teaspoonful. cream tartar; one of soda; one quart o water; butter the size of an egg; put thf cream tartar in the flour, and the soda IT the mllilk ; flour to make stiff enough u( roll: CORN 11u.:A.-Twoeggs; one cluarl of inilk; one tablespoonful of saleratn, two tablespoonfuls of wheat ilbur; one tablespoonful of salt ; two-thirds of a cul of onilasses ; Indian meal enough t( anke a stiff batter. YANKI-:P- Pun...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 26 June 1866

GENERAL_IRECTORY, .Jsadiciary. District Judgo-Wm R Robertson. Commissioner in Equity--.isaao U Mesn Clerk of Court-Sam B. Clowney. Sheriff-Elisha W ollover. Ordinary-James Johnston. Tax Colleotor-Itobert R JeQnilng. Coroner-Robert Hawthorn. Escheator-Jacob Feaster. Notary Publio-Jas BStewarg, Blagitem. Jas l4i1O1dwl, WillinA.Cro1by, 'Robert 1Hawthorn, Daniel ]j Iljrkland, U.6ry 0ib. don, Geov%f t Miller,: ; ss Aike, wllam P Bro,s llianI IlM Failn, Dr William Carlisle,~ rMCni, D Lauderd'alo.., BOARDSB 0!' 00ERNBSI0NERS. 13!M8..0Fsonek osRuads. Howell Edmunds, John Lemon, Edward P Mobly, Robert B Smith, William 11 Wood w4rd, i' J6hn ) Palmer, Laban C Chappell, Dr J I MoMaster, Thopas . Lyles. John 8 11ou1glass, Robert Ford, Jbhn W McIeekin, LM lookhardt, GOb Edward'Taylot. Co3asaanissiouaers of Free Sciools. Thos i It Jones.'Jacob Booknisn Arthur K Craig, WVillianm Cl'o."hy, James A McCro, rv, It E Ellison-, Dr .J R McMaster, Dr W E Aiken. Coa111sis4osners to A pjro:ve Pul 1v becatrit...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 28 June 1866

- ~ . A IRTIWSIN G RATE~S. 'TUB. THARWKBLY, AS,ADP 1ILE EV9 ESDY') T Ordinary advert iseTnUDtsA'. occuTYi-ig IS ' 'U I1 I~ II D E ~ R Y U E 5 D Y~ II U R - I B j ~m o re th a n te l lin e s. (o n 6 'sq u t re ,) w ill. ' DAY AND SATURDAY,inserte In THE NE , at $1.00 for t DAY IiDSATUD4Y. Jil' .~-first iniortion and 75 cents fbr 6.ch, ub By Gaillard, Desportes & Co. Aqn insertin t in Winnsboro,' S. Co, at $6.00 per an -.-. . _ ___is made, will be charged in .1act, propor nurn, in advance. t Ion. ~~im~ ~ V ~~ ~ For announoig a candidttoayfic THE FAIRFIELD HERALD, . x Aga of profit, honor or trust, $10.00. Mlarriage, Obituary Notices, &. ilb 19, PUBLISUED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORN- charged the same is advertisenents, wh( ING2 AT $3.00 PER ANNUM. VOL. 111.1 WINNNSBORO, S.,C., THURSDAY, jUNE28,1866. 64: over ten lines, and in'9t1 be paid for whe handed in, or they Will not sppar. THE 8HDIBR'8"REVENGE, A. D. 16, iY TnBOVOitDon! TILTON. This golden legend fir}0as told ich Owodes and, D ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 28 June 1866

fole agent for this ppwr il C :ahI 1:stoII S. C. We wvlo. wtua er sv facilu \%ill c hilli to grau ce our papi~er. COught al Ias t. we learn, ihnt Tiico, o liu whi.t ik .,U1pectcd ino'unIld M1-11r. r. V'& HAWON Of Nr h (aroIM, ha,. Le ply WOUn 11rr1*0th.d inI Auguisfia n tHeC cInirgd of 1-ge () I' n ti ilt: t 11 er, itn r,ile (1n theV pe. W of -- : 1 kN.l . 'Whit Next ? Th, n'gne n vi,wv. :,. by :hel Randicals inl C"nlr. to thle FI Ia 11n4 has led tl:t it poliical Organm atioll ti hold meti ns w h a1 viw to.: N*i!'he Neutralit y lawv o f the unt1lyt ab. ished. The faet i, tie I cIlorous h. trIl Xf the 1.:1li "s gain:t ithe Presi deit js -o v;-m , :it th vy will .'p at "Tired Naltur's S wot lb itarrr." NAMLeLr :t th " Qouth o t- 'e h. ing vni vl : iij titl ,j.ri. j!t r, inl (he deep da. : (e!l whr le iviis nothing bul tile tiroUbinl..f own ONV in h Sr , j)e . '11y::(t am PovertY MeetI'll mw -mnel Imm; he-re. W e..ried Naue]t, n . o-,n le th:u tii1 : .u. thi.- i-s e lm lave Or DeIt...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 28 June 1866

Local Itoms. lew Advorliscments, .Sco Mt.. Zion InAttt - . Also lottiig Cloth &0 TO AdverUers.+-Orders for advortis ig sholild' bo Iaidbd in by ,nobh of Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays., to a cure inisurtion in the IieNt, day's aue. 00 .M F DI 9 R 0 1 A L WINNSnORO, June 27.-Cotton--28 chrrencey. .Flour, $14. a 15. per barrel. La'rd, 27 to 30c per pound. 1orn, 1.85 it 1.90 per bushel. Peas, $1.75 per bushel Bacon, 20 to 25c per pound. Meal, *1.75 per bushel. Sorghum, 75c per gallon. 11, $5.00 per sack. itter. 25c. per poind. Eggs, 20 to 25c. per dozen. TobIacco. -45 to $1.10 per pound (jo]l, 40. . Co'.umhi. June 2G.-Cotton, 18 to 23, gold; 23 to. 32, cnrr(Icy. Corn, $1.C5 to 1.80 per hisihel. Flour, 8 11 to 10 p(ir barrel. Oats, $1. O'to 1.20 per bushel. Peas, *2.00 to 2.25 pe' bushel. I ay, $2 25 to 2.70. Rice, ittifigoon. prime, 1i to 121c; Carolina 12 to 15c. Tobaeco, 40c. to 1.50 per pound. Coill, gold 43 to 45. CUIAIrOTTV, inne 26, l866-.-Cotton. -A few bales sold to-day at...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 28 June 1866

GENERAL DIRECTORY, .Jfadiciary. District Judge-Win IR Itoberlson. Commissioner i,! Ejuity-Isaa 11 leans. Clerk of Court-Saini B Clowney. Sheriff-Elisaim IV Ollever. Ordinary-James Johnst on. Tax Colle,vr--Iobert H Jennings. Coroncr-Iobert Hawthorn. Esoheator-Jacob Feaster. Notary Public-Jp 8 Stewart. MIagIutrates. Jas E Caldwell, Wiliam Crosby, Robert Hawthorn, Daniel V Kirkland; IFoury Uib son, George 11 Miller, James Aikon, William P Brovm, William M Martin. Dr William Carlisle, H Ii Cqunts, ir D Lauderdale. BOARDS OF COMMISSIONERS. Consaissionsacrs of Roads. Howell EImunds, John Lemon, Edward P1 Mobly, Robert II Smith, William B Wood ward, Dr John 1) Pahuer, Laban C Chappell, Dr J It MoNastor, Thomas.M Lyles. John 8 Douglass, tobert Ford, John W 'McMeekin, L M Ilookhardt, Uen Edward Taylor. Conuanalssioners of Free Sclools. Thos J 11 Jones. Jacob Bookmnan, Arthur K Craig, William Crosby, James A McCro ry, It E Ellison, Dr J R MoMaster, Dr W E Aiken. Coin mIssioners to Approve Pub...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 30 June 1866

P 'V.iRY TUESDAY, TH1HJS -- DlAY AND SATURDAY fuent *Gaillard, Desportes &Co. - s' Ill \\ i mlw ro, S. (.1, at $6.00 por a- -- - -h 11 111ii, in ad vance. 7",-a. . - - 4 wii I iltflL lERAbbI,. 1I.ilsl .1 EVEIRY WEDNVIDAt MORN- . * r - AT $3.00 PEnt ANNUMI. VOL. 11.] I INNNSBOWO, . N R , 1. ' ' n - , -M5 A -- - - - - - -. .... . .t -.m . '...n < | b1:11 lef ,. 0 -11 Y llilH L11 1f r ________________.__o_____ hey n n 4 I:u uo non -SOMERIODNh CM B TO-MIGHT. I ial hitWd my hair with the myrtle bough Awl gvm it with budo of white, A.1 irive ihis blshAi rron my burning brow, F,r solinehily'll come to-night. ; . A ad, w tle his eye shall liwoern a graoo In iho brai<d aald the foldl-d flower,. Ile Filunist no9t lind. In ily Iliha,ale face, T''e slpli orii4 womtout power. I an)1-4 <111 1 lie robe wtiih he. fondly 0alhs A olottl ot' enalineing light, ' .l it whi' 1 10he ilowi rig noonlilght falls, I-'or ncli-ho<dy'll cone to.Iiglt ; An I while (Ile rbe aml Ile plitechall seem ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 30 June 1866

WTMNSBORO. kataday loring, Jage 30, 1866. g T. P. S6IDE, Esq., if the sole agent for'this paper in Charleston 8. C. gr We welcome "Petite" to our bolumns, and hope the pen wielded in a manner so fatile will continue to grace our pok' S% We are Iadebtei to the Mes. nonger of the Southern Express Com pany, for renewed favors. Cofetleary. We call attention to the New ton fectionary opened by Mr. GEo. D. LADD in the Thespian Hall (over the Post-Office,) The public will find everything to please the eye and the taste. We have tested the Philadelphia and Newport Ice-Creams, and can say "unrivalled." Uelief for Debtors There are certain stern and inexo rable facts now to be dealt with in the political economy of our country, that demand calm and serious considera tion. These touch the relation be tween debtor,and creditor. It is im possible to divide these into two sepa rate and distinct classes, because the probability is that the majority of in dividuals belong to both. But for this reas...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 30 June 1866

\su tiNUto"v, June 27.--Yesterdny, fio' tle fir1st (ine 'during the session, the Middle States nid WVetern mem. bers of the Houe . .o-opertited as against New England interests-the Latter wore defeated in thir effortsto s;eeiire the N6rthcrni Pacifle Ra ilroad route, the inaj.ority adopting what is terned the central route. Th'is bill tllw 1 t:e Union Pacilo Coli"iny ti) clang their route so am to go by ]kn.. ver City and Colorado. N.w Yoltc, ,iun 27.-ThIe stemnier 1loro Castle brings Ilavania dviees to the. 23d. Estvette says the 313exican Empire depends upon tie Nuems dff the departinetts of war an flhe treas ury, in emtablishing a nattional army ; but whilst .the Empire liui neithir men nor money, its situation is prean rious and endangered. J.u Mexico, Puebla and Queretaro th'6, Emporor has oi'dered a draft. New York Mlarket. Nls E oW n K, Jule 27-Non .-4 oill 55. xcliange I1. ('otton h ill, at 38-40. Sale of thie week, 10,0(m lles. PRIoF:sSOn lioT N (- iO i.:K.-.-.y. f<,,,or...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 30 June 1866

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Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 3 July 1866

- -- - --- --t TilE TI-VEEKLY NEWS s. IS PUBLISHED EVARY TUESDAY) TIURS- ri h ing not -l--'h410a OPO40m will be DAV AND -A RDAY, inserted inIH Eye, at for the Arst asrtion 76 est*ht eacb sub *By Gaiflftd- Deapm~es & Co. O~iA n Winnsboro . ., at '6.O0O per an. a e o g , wh o contract umi in Advance. P h ropor o Iffumsu Aii~.S poffio THE FAIRFIED HERALD, A A4ay ofil VOL if. -I N S O O 3 0 - piUw2. 0 .;I* qfPot.q r, .m*w mi te, will be Is PU AHSHFD EVEgY WEDNErDAY MORN- -a a e i o wen .N,ae.oPN l.U. VL II]WNNBRO. S. C., T UESDAY, JUIX 3, 1866. 66. ove to ieDTIforh - e '- hauded :L*.h1ftL.m d1w. at annear. *A S?AREWPLL, . BY 0LARA V. DAROAli, -fnd who shall guess ry of onr happitess 'hav beon if w9. - .wed." ON. As * ti'ouble4 sea The s .ue ni? - d. mid pralse.. ll pas ah e , d frce. I t i s n o t V t1 i l s , t no c}ange; at PoV1e asti..strange Whic resoe'er we An gives'th h. And fron the y syirIt weas. lit. Yes, weary of our happiiee, Wo yet rmight-be i6w were Wed g. Arni tho' you...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 3 July 1866

WMTNSBORO. T. P. BLx, Esq, is the for t sPper i harlestom Yh Iesktry teruld. Our ieghor, te Newberry verald, hich was recently burned out in the reat Aro in that town, has been re. 'Vived -on a smIll sale. We kope oth entemporary Inay soon be fullj equipped again. Does the top of a wagon wheel rui faater than the bottom I This query we submit for the specu. Isalos of our readers. If any one -aftwers In the ietffifative, lot him a&. ;V t16 toea why. Who will an. owe, i61 - A New ?*per I to be started at Florence, on or kbout the 15th July, to be entitled IdThe lorence aetasue." It will be published by Mr. S. A. BROWN, and will be under the editorial manage. Mnt of MerS JnowRM P, CHAsE sad W. A. DauN4oN. We wish it un. Mlimited sueoess. cave Patria I The Liberals in Mexico have re leased the twenty-eight qonfederaten eaptured near the Southern colony of Ordova. As the arrest in the frat place was unauthOrixed and unnecessa. !y one,it is not at all surprising that the release of th...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 3 July 1866

Congressional Proceedings. WASuINOTON, June 29.-In the Senate, the petition of citizens of Wilmington, W. C., for a light, house, was presented. De. bates ocurred on tho telegraphic and pos. tal bill, and the NiagWas ship oanal bill, but no definite action was taken. Mr. Stevens, from the tomtnittee of Ap propriations, reported a bill making appro priations for sundry civil expenses of the Government, for the year ending June 80, 1807, which was ma1de the special crder for Tuesday next. Aniong the appropriations is one for $00, 000 for cemeteries for deceased soldiers. The oonsideration or the tariff was re sumed, and various sections adopted as reported, except pig iron, on which the duty was to be ten dollars. Washington rtimors were received int.. mating ihat.lialan willleave the Secretary. ship of the interior, to be succeeded by 0. 11. Browning. Democratie Address. WAsIINOTON, June 20--An address to tho people of the United States, has been agreed on by the democratic and Conse...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 3 July 1866

GENtRAL DIREO"RY."' tM.06 d i-Wa e Rdiertso%. Uao KMes. k ot M ob albwney. .~Tawao kg. easteV. . . 2tes. itobet enyGib. William saw IMot, D Williap 1 Cass, 0, LaUdErdale. SCAMS Or ooiM's8oiqLPRs. 0ed.issinet eade. Hewell dm'dbds, Johb Lemon, Edwatd Soy, Robert 13mith Wule.. B Wood vJolks P'sr, Labaa C Chapp J R MoMaster, TMOUM Si fles, John-A D9gusw, Robert oV, Jok Meeekin, 14 A"khardt, GaA fdwat Taylorn te.mimS.ee e of Iree cees. Thox ; Jeao% 4eo l1qqis4an, Arthur SCfta0'V1Ui Crosby, James A MeCro. tY,R 110son, Dr J R MoMaster, Dr W B &kek , . . OMMIseloweristo Approvo Pub Is Securites. Henry L Atiott, James It Aiken, John H Propot, Madsiel Hall, James 8 Stewart. Ceaeemmesf Pesbilo Bu11d. lugs. James B MCa6ts, Hugh B MoMaster, Dr W E Aken, 0 R Thompson, James H Rion, Thomas Jo'an, George H MoMaster. C.nmetss4enr, et thm Peer. Nob 1wthora, Trasurer, Rov, PorigC~k Goa D C66o' t, Kirklalhd. Tewn .81ts.: Inteadat"~ W Il Afkcan.* 11d, Wd.'fW B Creight, L W DuwalL'Joe McElroy. Repree...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 5 July 1866

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Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 5 July 1866

Tharsda Morang, July .6, 1866U,,. OWN T. P Sliiwa, E t. Mp solo agent For this mpcr in (aerIqpang The isirlaa d Prusslan War. *egath'er6tMdiir exchanges Ad adopt the following historical acc6i of the origin 9qj,tgre qiiculty that, promises ftipvolve the whole of Eu.. rope in norial itcife d*o eotn tfollow 'the diqputo t1i '164iafications. woal4fil several..volumes. But the git of It 16 this': The Duchies of Nobleswig and H1olstei; are'-subjdecL.to Ho Sall law,' Which prohib itd a woian from reAguing.,:n I they *ero inhoritbd by the 'King of Den mark, and they reitained in the hands of his:descendants.until the time of Frede'rick *U Who died in l863; with him.the direct. male line tormii nated, and the Duchies legally rivert ed to the young Duke of Augusten burg. In -low of this contiigeney, however, a con4renuo of' the ,great pwbrs waghold in- London, in V852 at W4104 Jft w,a&. resolW" f!oirtnotvn siderations affecting the peace of Eu ibpe atidhe'sro%* d'efeCncO t Russia as, muo...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tri-weekly news. — 5 July 1866

Later from Europo. A ItRIVAL OF TIlE T 1EtlI C., COMMENCEMENTF 1O8TIIATIES. Nrw YonK, July 2.-The steamship Bre. Imen lips arrived with dates to Jupe 20. Prussia and Italy had formally declared wair against Austria. The Prussians entered Iresden June 19, the King of Srxoqy ytithdrawing to Boie. Mn!a. Him army effected a jurotion with the Aus'rin Diplortntid Melattohs h!ve btetr brokUn betweea Prussia and Bavaria. The Prumtsiannsoccupy Ilanovat and thretit en .Fraplsfort. An engagement look place between thd 1'russians and leitins near Frankfort. in whichI a regiment of tihe latter wero almo,it entirely -annihilated. The AuslriaO are hourly expected inl Sax ony. The States of Oldenburg and Anhalt have wIthdinwn from the Confederation. A btitle i. exctel tear Frankfort, lie. fore which pline, are assembled iiil-ty- 1. firty tliusanllid Federal trops.' The te.1eraj plan of operions is said to be for tihe t'e oniest of Holstein. The Allstrians comme1nQjced biotilitie, %tIe IR, by crossi...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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