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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 23 July 1840

By the Cwtmmittee. The late Governor Nole- le is dead. but his renory liveth. South Carolin:- never lot a son, who. to purity of mo'ive, united a warmer zeal in the discharge of many and ardouns paullic d uiies. [To which the dead march was played, by a good ban-1 of mnusic.] VOLUNTEER TOASTS. By Capt. J. J. Sentel. President. The President of the United States- For his Open and manly course on Abolition and the Sub-Treasury, he riehly merits the support of every Southern mant. By John S. Smzl.-y, Vice-President. The Orator of the Day-The sentiments he expressed, are the sentineuts of the people; and we trust that the sentiments of the people nre faor him. By Cot. J. P. Carroll, Oraior of the Da v. The Sub-Treasury cause-The -canse of liberty and the constitution. By Lieut. J. R. Werer. one of the Committee. Modern Whiggery and De mocraev-The contrast between them is as strongly marked as betieen truth and falsehood. By Benj. Stevens, Esq., one of she Committee. 'Messrz. Wright. Owy...

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 July 1840

From the New York New Era. QUESTIONS FOR TIE BRITISII WHIGS. We submit the following questions ic those who are crying out against the a. mihistration and the Democra:ie party, for the enlightened course pursued by them (in the curreuty question; and hope they vill reply in such a manner as will throw sorec light upon tie importnot principles iuvolv ed n their elucidation. Why did renlestatte, which cost, in 1817, gl,500,000,-bring only $ .00.000 in 18191 Was it the want of a U. S. Iant? Why was it .that flour sold for from Itweilve to thirteen dolktrs per harrel it 1817, -antd only four and a hail in 1819? Was -it Gen. Jackson's "tinkering with the cur rency!" Why were our imports sixty millions more than our exports in 1626? Was it the "specie humbug?" . Why were thousands and tens of thous ands thrown out of employment itn 118 find 1819? Was it the ".Suh-Treasury?" vihv was it that in 1816 &1817 % ild and .reckits speculations were engaged in, and wanton extravagance and luxu...

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. — 30 July 1840

"ye wvill cling go the P'illrs of the Temtple of our Libvrtirx, ad if it rnust full, we will perish amidset the Ituns.." VOLIUME V. CO-Sat 1X0"VxSP, S. U., 3UIX mi, isko. .2G jeoGEr IELD ADVERUTISER, By W. F. DURISOE, PROPRIETOR. TERM S. Three Dollars per annum, if paid in ardvance-Three Dollars and Filty Cents .if not paid before the expiration of' Six 11Iouths from the date of Sulscription aud Four Dollars if not paid within twelve lonei hs. Subscribers out of the State are -required to pay in advance. No subscription received for less than one year, and no paper discontinued until all airrearages are paid. except at the op tion of the Publisher. All'subseriptious will be continued un legs otherwise ordered before the expira tion of the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers and becoming responsible Ior the satie, sbdll receive the sixth copy gratis. . ;dvertisements conspicuously inserted at 624 cents -per square, (12 lines, or less,) for the irst insertion, and 431 Cts. fbr...

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. — 30 July 1840

Conumunications. For the Advertiser. TlE EDGEFIELD MALE ACADEMY. The examination of the students of thiz Institution took place on the 16th and 17th of the present month. The Trus'ees were very much pleased with the perrorm ances of the young men, generally, and particularly with those of the higher clas ses. To t his opinion they have the pleas ire of adding the testimony of Mr. Leslie, the very worthy and excellent principal of the Greenwood Academy, who was present, anti aided in the exatmination. Whatever may have been the objec tions to the manter in which our school has been heretofore conlueted. and it se possible there may have been cause of complaint-the Trusteesearnestly recom mend the Edaeield Acalemy, inder the direction of Mr. W. C. Moragne, as an in stitution eminently entitled to public con fidence and patronage. The profiteietcy of the pupils in iteir respective studies; the good order maintained in the school; and ihe decided amelioration ofthe tnorals and general d...

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. — 30 July 1840

I CoU!TTY Po1TtrcS.--icjamin F. Perry, Esq. of Greehville, well known as a gentleman of hight character and talents and one of the leading membersof our Le gislature has published in the Mountaineer an address to the people of Greenville whichb we have read with great satisfac tion. Mr. Perry wAs the main support of Gen. Thompson in that district-favoring him we believe almost solely on account of their bei. g both opposed to the Sub Treasury. lie is still opposed to that measure, but he is a1lso opposed to a N tional Bank, to a Tariff, to a System of Internal Improvements-in short to all the Federal and Consolidation principles which he believes would triumph in the election of Harrison. He therefore will support Van Buren, and is letter is an able and sufficient vindication of his deter mination s. to do. We are glad that Mr. Perry has relinquished his intention of leaving the Legislature where his ability, industry and high charactergave hiujust ly so distinguished a position. We...

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. — 30 July 1840

From the Southern (IWetumpka) Criis. GENERAL HARRISON'S VOTES AND PRINCIPLES. In June 1798, fie w as a ppointed Secreta rv of the North Western Territory-by old John Adams: the great party leader of the Federaliats. We u)ust judge of the light in which be viewel the political character -6f-liairrison by the well known fact that "he choose oficers exclusive from men of his own political opinions." 'lie received his appointment in the same month, that Adams signed the odious Alien and Sedi tion Law. .1n'December, 1799, ie came into Con -gress as a delegate fion the Territory. -rite organ or the Republiyau party, at that day, the -t\rora, says. "Mr. Harrison, of the North Western Territory, is a Fed eralists!" On the 12th May, 1800, John Adams appoint,-d him Governor of the Territory of Indiana. .Jonathan Dayton, a Federal. .ist.a5d-supporter-ol Adams and a speaker of the House of Representatives, was an applicant for the office. Harrison. how ever, succeeded in obtaining it; and that ...

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. — 6 August 1840

"We will cling to she Pillars of the Temple of our Libertie, and if it must fall, we will Periah amidst the Ruins. VOLUME V. iP f ioela Uwt House, s. c., August 6, 1S4:0. NO.27. EDGEFIELD ADVERTISER, BY W. F. DURISOE, PROPRIETOR. TERMS. Three Dollars per annum, if paid in odvance-Three Dollars and Fifty Cents if not paid before the expiration of Six D1ontls from the date of Subeription and Four Dollars if'not paid within t welve Alonths. Subscribers out of the State are required to pay in advance. No subscription received for less than one year, and no paper discontinued until I all arrearages are paid. except at the op tion of the Publisher. All subscription-t will he continued un less otherwise ordered before the expira tion or the year. Any person procuring five S.ubscribers land becoming responsible for the samte. shall receive the s.ixh copy gratis. Ad'rti.moacuns contipicuously inserted at 626 cents per square, (12 lines, or less.) for the first insertion, and 43i ets. fhr enc...

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. — 6 August 1840

From the Soumtern Crisis. MR. VAN BUREN-IJIS VOTES AND PRINCIPLES. We continue a brief view of the political history of our distin.gnished Chief Magistrate. We have seen lhm ump to tihe concliusiona of tihe war. to have been naot only its ardent supporter romt tihe coimimiencetent to its !!lorionq tvrmm utioni, blit to have been i-ivariab:y chosena by the Se-nnte of Ne w York, as its war Spcakcr omn all occasions where it was necessary. We have seen him, the" active snpporter of Jeffe'tsou am of the Jelrerson Party, in Nen. York-and an active and decided opponent or the tCnited States Baik. Let its now notice his course after the war. lit February, 1815. the State showed itself gratettil for the servie-es already rendered to the country by Mr. Vian Buren, by siecting him Aitorney General ol State. Tht Legisture, during tihe sane ses sion, elected hint Regent of the University of New York. In 1816. a still further degree of confidence was repoised in him !.y ihis constituents, by re ...

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. — 6 August 1840

EDGEFIELD C. 11 THtURst)AY. AUGUST 6, 1840. We have now coImenced the 27th Number of our paper, and take this opportunity, as a boy writing a letter would say, to infovrn our pa trons, young and old, rich and poor. male and female. and all without exception. that we re quire, their assistance. In plain words, WE WANT MONEY! Bread is the staff of life, but monev is the soul of business, and we can not go on without it. We earnestly tequest all our friends who are indebted to ns, for ad vertising. job-work or subscription, to pay us that we may pay others. Six months of the present. volume, have now elapsed and many have not yet complied with our terms. If they will pay us shortly. we will not enforce a rigid exaction or our published ternis; but if they do not. weshall be compelted to resort to this step. 'Many have not paid us for years; some have never paid us a copper, and probabl nerer trill. We again entreat all such. to hand us the several amounts which they owe us. otherwise w...

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. — 6 August 1840

sMiseslafgeOUS. ARTICHOKES FOR HOGS. A correspondent in the Mississippi Far mner. says. .-One oft he chiapest articles which can be raised. as fond for hogs, a little experi ence has proved to me to be the Commoii ground artichoke. This swce and nut ri oue root is so thrifty in our climate tait it may be produ-ed abun'rtly with no othertrouble than that of pintiiig it. In deed so thrifty and hardy is it known to be, that I have heard several farmers insist that it yielded better without, than with cultivation. It may he prtpagatod either by the seed or the root, thotrgh by rhe root the most speedily and safely. On the exa inination of one of the roots, it will be found covered with germs, or 'eves,' anid from each, ifplanted separately. there will spring a stalk. Hence one of the roots may be cut into a great ttimber of small pieces for planting; and from the rind pai red offhy the cook when the vegetable is used for the table, (where it is very fine) the plant will spring as well a...

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. — 13 August 1840

"we will cling to the Pillars of the Temnple of car Liberties, and if it MSt fal, we Will Perish amidst the uins." VOLIME V- YAgPAIX& COuiA XOuse, S.~N U Aug.st 1, IS4.08. EDGE]FIELD ADVERTISER, 13Y W. F. DURISOE, PROPRIETOR. TERMS. - Three Dollars per annum, if paid in advance-Three Dollars and Fifty Cents if not paid before the expiration of Six Months from the date of Subscription and Four Dollars if not paid within twelve Months. Subscribers out of the State are required to pay in advance. No subscription received for less than one year, and no paper discontinued until ll arrearages are paid. except at the op tion of the Publisher. All subscriptions will he continued un less wtherwise ordered before the expira tion of the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers alnd becomio- responsible for the same, .shall receive the sixth copy gratis. Advertisements conspicuously iuserted at 62J cents per square, (12 lines, or less,) for the first insertion, and 43J ets. for each cont...

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. — 13 August 1840

.Hiscellaneous. CATCHING A TARTAR. Whoever has visited Washington city, has observed near the Capitol, a strin;. of book stores ftlled with carricatures of the prottinett Detmoerats of the co wry, whi,:h,attractina thlt pa,4ing crowd, ur. alwavs surrounded by a hevy or lmker, on. A ti-ew weeks by.gone, one of our ol utjhioned Democratic L-:tcater County farmjers, while ott hi.< a ,,,teal vi.it to tll Capitol, halted -mion the rest before one of these pictutre shops. to see what catied so much curioity. Anused at the tra v *rs' of men whom he had always es teeined, he walked into the store, and wa soon most politely greeted by a little geun - tenan behind the counter, who opening his a.sortnent of carricatlures to our ol.l friend, explained them in a very satisfac tory Way. - ,Tlisid Mr. Calhoun embracing Mr. -Van Buren, and is intended to burlesque the recent union of the Presideut and Johnny C." IThis isold Tom Benton pursuint his gold hu nbug-t hat gilded butterfly which he can...

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. — 13 August 1840

EGEFIELD C. I TuMAar, AUGUST 13, 1840. The counnication of "A Caroliatian" is unavoidably )stponed this week, on account of our abasenk and the sickness of sone of otnr I hands. It 11 certainly he published in our next. We have frstently heretofore. at the request of individualspuiblishaed essays from other newspapers co-eying political opinions entire ly opposed to o own. The result lis been to exclude inanarticles which we desired to present to our rders, and to bring into ques tion the politicabenring of our paper. We shall continne tfublish cheerfully snch origin al cotnuticatio, as may be well written and decorous on all sif of the prominent political questions of the ay, tmt hersafier we shall make our own sections fromt -her news papers. On the 10th inL William Tailor and T1, thy Horn, who were confined in prison. at thi place, for petty lateeny, broke jail, and ellected their escape. Another present of Peachs.-An elderly lad y a few days since, presented us, some delicious p...

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. — 13 August 1840

[BY ILEqUEST.) From the Charteston Courier, JuY 18. To TH i. HON. JOHN P. RLICHARDSON: ' The manner. in which the discusqion ol your conduct and opinions has been coni ducted heretofoje, has been neither just to yourself nor sttifactory to the public. The habitualintervention of third persons be tween a candidate and the people, offi ciously assuming to be his interpreters, subject him to distrust, either of not hav ing opinions of his own, or of being reluc tant to express them, and to give his on u reasons for his conduct. As to you, I reel sure such impressions would be unjust. While your independence would revolt at the bare suspicion of being "gagged and guarded" through a canvass, your pure and perfect democracy would incline you to a direct communication with your fel low citizens. When it is insinuated by one writter that you was connected with the military organization of the Union party in 1834, and charged by another that the proclamation was your standard ofcon..titution...

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. — 13 August 1840

[BY REQUEST.] From the Charleston Courier, Jldy 18. TO THai. HON. JOHN P. RICHARDSON: ' The manner. in which the discuscion ot your conduct and opinions hat been con dueled heretofole. has been neither just to ourself nor satsfactory to the public. The babitual intervention of third persons be tween a candidate and the peopie, offi ciously assuming to he his interpreters, subject him to distrust, either of not hav ing opinions of his owu. or of being reluc tant to express them, and to give his ow% n reasons for his conduct. As to you, I feel sure such impressions would be unjust. While your independence would revolt at the bare suspicion of being "gagged and guarded" through a canvass, your pure and perfect democracy would incline you to a direct communication with your fel low citizens. When it is insinuated by one writter that you was connected with the military organization of the Union party in 1834, and charged by another that the proclamation was your standard ofcon.titutional...

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. — 20 August 1840

"We will cling to the Pillars of the Temple of our Libertics, and if it must fall, we will Perith amidst the Pnins.Xt VOLUME V. EgnlCRiE36%U- ags 2,14.N.9 EDGEFIELD ADVEII SE, BY W. F. DURISOE, PROPRIETOR. TERM S. Three Dollars per annum, if paid in advance-Three Dollars and Finty Cents if not paid before the expiration of Six Months from fite date of Stbscription - and Four Dollars if not paid within I welve Months. Subscribers out of the State are required to pay in advance. No subscription received for less than one year, and no paper discontinued tintil all arrearages are pnid. except at the op tion of the Publisher. All subscriptions will be continued un less otherwise ordered before the expira tion of the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers ad becoming rer4ponsible For the samne, shall receive the sixth copy gratis. Advertisements conspicunonsly inse'rted at 62J cents per square, (12 lines, or less.) for the first insertion, a 4nd i ets. for each continuance. Those pub...

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. — 20 August 1840

From the Grecuril MAuuaincer. Let mt :ow. iel!ow-citizens. give you my . su!,ret which is hopainitg to 'g1 ta2ea.lce'p:~ Xcil!- on. coin t. aind which I believe i of ifinite impo:i:.. i ever1 Soithlerni m .ll', to C cY oie . Lo cheri'ii. love for tile Uni'n al wio . w4ie. to see maintained the dolesctie n.itn in of the South. 1 will promise, however, hetoic I toil-' (nt the Piresidan-ial electotin, that Imly seimienit. an. opinions relativc to the cnrrencv. against the Su.'Treasury and a National 11:'uk. and .n favor of State lainks, onno-d oin a specie ba sis. have ide.rgoune no chanige du2rimy the last two veurs. I lave seen ith.mliig to alter or weafen mlly opillions oll ties,4e subje2ct". hnt mch to strenigthen adl confirm them. int ultlhonh I til o), posed to tie present Adinims tratioi oil the subject of the Sub T'lreasury, I nm untiwillinl to see Mr. Vane Unren sumeursed by Genera llarri.,oi. Uccaulse i ditiel With tIhe ne on a mnot important ine-ire of public i)nliev, it is ...

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. — 20 August 1840

was reported to the Senate. by the late .1inde .m: h rf:li tate, froim the Judi ciary Coinniitee of live, of whmn (ur were- slaveholders. (Iv. Wriglit of ilMary land, and .hekzoni nnd Bal-lwin of Geor gia ieside Jailge Smsith:::ml1 that lawvs, con titinitg a si-ii!nr "prothibition," to "the iltrodnetion ofslaves, except by Ci '/z.ns of the Uiiiied States. removing t 1er;io n nctual stdcrs," (or liv their own citizen,. for their own ue.) have lien p.tsned. and npt.- ieemelve'. hiv et ery Ssonthlern p~erhiaps."lissou(-ri-by- Alai-yand, ign, N--16Ca GnSOUt C.-rolinla, Georg;inl. Louisiann-All haviiig very properly dil Counite.)anwced, more or less, the ntilimlitl ed introductioi of sla ve3 hv slire-radeirs, aindl nerelv for slave-tradiii purpose, ? .kAn d thii what Col. I rhv ealk votini "noainst the eitizeus of the Terriitory of Florida holding slves."!-A t,l as to the "War" natti-r. it has been cleay .lievn that Mr. Van Buren was n iiiot' zealous and eflicient spo liirter of the late...

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. — 20 August 1840

Fromp tke Indiana Fareri. AGRICUL'U - l -''IA-UF.C'TURE AND EDUCATION. Agricuhure is said to he the huetis upot which the whole structure of civilizaim nud society reposes; and to- such is 'he miost important Voctioti oif ma Ti. a away the sience and business of agricul itre, and tie whole falbrac of civilization would soion crumble to the dust, and man Would vergc iuto a st.ate f harbarism. But however importati the professimn o agriculture. it is not complete witihout tile inerianic arts. Agrientlure soupples the bread for the wholo civilized world. an inuchof tite raw material of isanuofar tures; b'it iantfiacttires furnish iln a great aasture tle rmeanse of obtainainf from the soil its prodeilnits; besides tihe con forts and conveniencesof life. Thus with out the mxechattnic saris, sigrictltore would form an incomplete basis; anel ivilization would he but half accomplished; but im their union and co-operation oft ihe present state and condition of civilization and so ciety in th...

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. — 27 August 1840

"We will cling to the Pillnrw of the Tempse of our Liberties, and if it musit fall, we will Perish amidst the Ruins. VOL yME . V-geel Co-t House, . C., August 9l 84. *O.80. E DG;EIlE:LD ADVERTISER, BY W. F. DURISOE, PROPRIETOR. TERMS. Three Dollars per annum, if paid in <admnncc-Three Dollars and Filiy Cents if not paid before the expiration of Six Manths fromt, the date of Sahberipton and Foir Dollars if not paid wittin twelve Months. Subscribers ont of the State are required to pay in advance. No suheription received fror less than one year, and no paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. except at the op tion of the Pulisher. All subscriptions will he continued un less otherwise ordered before the expira tion of the year. Any person procnring five Subscrihers and becoming respousile for the same, shall receive the sixth copy gratis. Advertisements conspicuously inserted at 621 cents per square, (12 lines. or les.) for the first insertion, and 43.1 etc. for each contin...

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