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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 29 November 1860

political". Extract From a Speech delivered by Hon. F. B. Rhett, at Charleston on the 12th hist., at a meeting of the citizens to endorse the ac? tion of the Legislature in calling a Con? vention of the people of this State. Fellow-citizens, I have gone through all this detail of the various sectional is? sues, .which have arisen between the North and the fcMfch, that you might un? derstand your true, position, and weigh well your future destiny. After twenty seven years of steady and unscrupulous effort to obtain, the rule over you?will the North surrender it when acqitired ? After the characteristics the Northern people have developed, in all their sec? tional contests with you, what hope can you have of any justice or safety under their domination ? Selfishness, ambition, avarico, faithlessness, or fanaticism, have marked their contests with you; whilst on your part you have exhibited a* gene? rosity, confidence, disinterestedness, and a devotion to your compact of union with the...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 6 December 1860

^it fitkpeitknt Iranral-gtfrottb to fffMcs, literature, P?s, gtcrats, ^gricnltnre, ^cicnee arir gut. BY JAMES A. IIOYT. ANDERSON COURT HOUSE, S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, 1860. VOLUME 1.?NUMBER 17. i. At twenty I was considered rather a handsome man than otherwise; in fact, whatever may have been the opinion of certain of the envious and malignant, I had myself no doubt whatever on the subject. I was not rich, it is true, but my family was as old as the conquest, my father a baronet, and myself a cornet of dragoons. I have no doubt that the generality of people would consider my position?ex? cepting the fact or" possessing au elder brother?an exceedingly enviable one. They arc mistaken. A younger son. with an estate strictly entailed is no such en-j viable personage after all, as he himself soon discovers. Still I was happy. It was Christmas time, and Lady Maria Temploton was on a visit to my mothers and sisters. I never did and I never shall again see such beauty as hers.. I...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 6 December 1860

GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Tho annexed extracts comprise that por? tion of Gov. Gist's annual message touch? ing upon Federal affairs: In obedience to the Resolutions passed by the General Assembly of this State at the last regular Session, expressing the opinion that the slavoholding States should immediately meet together to concert measures for united action, and instruct? ing the Governor to appoint a Commis? sioner to Virginia, "to express to the au? thorities of that State the cordial sympa? thy of the people of South Carolina with the people of Virginia, and their earnest desire to unite with them in measures of common defeuce," and also to transmit to all the Southern States an invitation to meet in Convention, to consult and mature measures for the safety and security of the South and their institutions, I imme? diately appointed to that ollice the Hon. C. G.'Memminger, the mover of the Res? olutions, a gentleman not only of a high character and literary attainments, but who was g...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 6 December 1860

acter there looms up the reality, which is the true, genuine disciple of Christ. lie has sincerely re? pented of his sins?has found peace in believing, and uses all the powers of his mind, body and soul to serve God according to the best of his ability. Prompt in his obedience to the require? ments of the Gospel, he feeds the hungry, clothes the naked, visits the sick, the widow and father? less, and never lets an opportunity pass of doing good; not to be feen of men, but for the glory of God and the good of his fellow man. lie is hum? ble in his deportment, temperate ih his habits, constant in Iiis devotions, preferring others to him? self, and continually exercises that charity which Covers a multitude of sins. His household is or? dered aright, all his work, and all his duties are controlled by system, that everything may be done ''decently, and in order." He makes no parade of his profession, yet that profession is backed up by h spotless life and orderly wulk?stands out in bold...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 6 December 1860

Love in a Cottage. They may talk of love in a cottage, And bowers of trellised vine, Of nature bewitchingly simply, And milk maids half divine, They may talk.of the pleasure of sleeping In the shade of a spreading tree, And a walk in the fields at morning, By the side of a footstep free I But give me a sly'flirtalion By the Light of a chandalier, With music to play in the pauses, And nobody very near, Or a seat on a silken scia, With a glass of pure old wine. And m; mma too blind to discover The small white hand in mine. Your love in a cottage is hungry, Your vine is a nest for flies? Your milk maid shocks the graces, And simpUcity talks of pies! You lie down to shady slumber, And you wake with a bug in your car, Andyour damsel that walks in the morning _ Is shod like a mountaineer. True love is at home on the carpet, * And mightily likes his ease? ? True love has an eye for dinner, And'stories beneath shady trees, His wing is the fan of a lady, His foot's an invisible thing, And hi...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 13 December 1860

In litkroibcirt $owd---?Mti> iff politics, ptrato> Itctiis, gtab, ^ritnltet, Stititcc aft %? BY JAMES A. HOYT. ANDERSON COURT HOUSE, S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 1860. VOLUME 1.?NUMBER 18. %n Interesting ?>kq. mm wmmt_ &?ws* I II. The next day, and one ov two that suc? ceeded, were spent in riding, driving, walk? ing, or in home amusements, according to the state of the weather. But no matter "what the occupation which took up our time, I continued my assiduities to Lady Maria, the daughter of a poor earl, but the heiress to a distant relative's wealth ^nd estates. Tom was equally attentive, but I am bound to say that hils attentions were not "equally well met. My heart began to beat as I found myself the favorite. Wild "visions of the future began to cross my brain. I wanted a few months of bein<>: ? of age, when I should become my own master and that of a small property I had from my mother. No selfish reflection on the folly of mar? rying on three hundr...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 13 December 1860

Delegates to tne State Convention. Asbeville.?T. C. Perr'in, Edward No? ble, John H. Wilson, Thomas Thomson, D. L. Wardlaw, John A. Calhoun. Baunwell.?L. M. Aver, W. P. Finley, _Braham,-Lawtou, Gen. D. F. Jamison. Chester.?A. Q. Dunovant, Thos. Moore, John McKee, sr., Richard Woods. Charleston.?A. G. Magrath, W. P. h Miles. John Townsend. R. N. Gonrdin, H. W. Conner, T. 1). Wagner, R. B. Rhett, C. G. Memminger, G. Manigault, J. J. Pringle Smith. 1. W. Havne. J. II. Hon? our. SR. DeTroville, T. M.'Hanekel, L. W. Spratt, A. W. Eurnct, W. Middleton. T. Y. Simons. F. D. Richardson, Benj. H. Rutledge, Edward McCrady, F. J. Por cher. Christ Church.?Peter P. Bouneau, W. P. Shingler. Darlington.?E. W. Charles. J. A. Dargan, Rev. J. M. Timmons, I. D. Wil. son." Edgefield.?F. II. Wardlaw, R. G. M. Dunnovant, J. P. Carol 1, A. J. Hammond, James Tompkins, James Smiley, W m. Gregg. Fairfiei.d.?Ex-Gov. J. H. Means, Maj. W. S. Lyles, H. C. Davis, Gen. J. Buch? anan. Greenville.?Dr. James C. Furman...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 13 December 1860

A number of working men in Hartibrd have caused to be made a very handsome cane of Charter O.dc Wood, and mean to prosent it to Vice President Breckiuridge as a testimonial of their just appreciation of his chivalrous character, exalted patri? otism, and commanding ability. The New York Tribune says : The President s Message insults rea? son, outrages humanity, falsifies history, and defies common .sense." It calls Pres? ident Buclmnan a liar. At a meeting held at BeantoWD; Charles comity, Md., on thei'ith ult.. a resolution was passed requesting those who voted for Lincoln, at the recent Presidential election, to leave the county before the first of January next. ?A flag was displayed from the -Republi? can headquarters in Newbnryport, Mass.. on the 21'st ihst.. with hut fifteen stars on it. The Augusta Chronicle says that Col. John A. Ehnore. of'Montgomery, has been selected by Gov. Moore, of Alabama. :is Commissioner to South Carolina. In Michigan petitions are in circulation pra...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 13 December 1860

Pausa and Think. , Oh! how many souls are sorrowing In the suniit world, to-day, Because Sin, heaven's livery borrowing, Leadeth trusting souls astray ; Because men, aU thoughtless rushing, Dance along on ruin's brink, And the voice of conscience hushing, Will not for a moment think! 'Tis the lack of thought that bringetli Man to where there's no relief; '4^'Tis the lack of thought that wringeth All his inner self with grief. Would he give a moment's thinking Ere his every step is made, He would not from light be shrinking, Groping on in Error's shade! Think, immortal.' thou art treading On a path laid thick with snares, Where a thousand fiends are spreading Nets to catch thee unawares. Pause and think! the next step taken May be that which leads to dea/h: Bouse thee ! let thy conscience waken ; List lo, heed the word it snithI Think, ere thou consent to squander Aught of time in sinful mirth ; Think, ere thou consent to wander, Disregarding heaven-winged truth. When the wine in bea...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 20 December 1860

BY JAMES A. HOYT. ANDERSON COURT HOUSE, S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, 1860. VOLUME 1.?NUMBER 19. %u |ntmstiitg. j?ttt$: ?HS ?1? A Tale of the Carolinas. hi a small farm-house, towards the fclose of the year 17S0, sat an old man, his wife and only son. The face of the father appeared troubled; at times he looked thoughtfully on the floor, and then he- Would gaze long and wistfully at his son, a fine, manly youth of twenty. At j length he said: ''David, this.is disastrous news from Oamden. God knows -what will become of the country now! Congress needs ev? ery arm that is capable Ah, me ! I wish this old wound I got in the French war bad not lamed me; but for it, I sliould be how shouldering my musket and march? ing to defend my country." ? iJoth the son and wife looked up at these words. The old lady ceased knit? ting and gazed inquiringly at her boy, and it was evident, from the expression of her face, that patriotism and motherly affection were at variance in her bosom. The s...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 20 December 1860

lorn "Washington, 'ashin'gton, December 14.?There is good reason to believe that Gen. Cass nr tends to resign as Secretary of State. Indeed, it is reported that the President has his resignation before him, but trill endeavor to dissuade him from resigning. This is probably true. Later.?It is said that the principal eause of Secretary Cass' resignation was the refusal of the President to srengthen the fortifications in Charleston Harbor; the former believing that the present force there was certain to be sacrificed to the fury of the secessionists. The Presi? dent said he was well assured that no at? tempt will bo made on the fortifications, unless reinforced. He, therefore, consid? ers that Col. Anderson and his men stand in no danger of attack. "Washington, Dec. 15.?Tho Hon. Dan? iel Dickinson has been tendered the post of Secretary of State, in the place of Gen. Cass, resigned. Great regret is expressed in all circles at the resignation of Gen. Cass. Gen. Scott has expressed the ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 20 December 1860

The Charleston Forts.?A corres? pondent of the Charleston Mercury, speak mgof these fortifications, says: Hundreds of men arc at work upon Fort Mo.ultrie; among them some/ree ne? groes! -A moat, ten feet wide, and proba? bly as deep, is being dug around the en? tire rumpart, and filled with water. New bastions have been hastily erected at the projecting angles of the Fort, armed with cannon, and loop-holes for musketry to sweep the ditches with bullets and grape shot. One of the bastions has been hur? riedly finished with wood, armed at the summit with iron spikes. On the ocean side of the Fort, beyond the moat, a breast-work of sand, fifteen feet high, has been erected, which gradually slopes to? ward the beach to the width of one hun? dred and seventy feet. On the land side, a high rampart of wood prevents outsi? ders from seeing what is going on in the interior?but signs of great activity are there evident also. The barracks inside the Fort, where they rise above the ram? part; h...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 20 December 1860

fodrg. A little Ehyme for Christmas Time. Long time ago, in Northern France? So monkish legends sav? Upon a certainmoi^irn^jusi^ Before ih.eyCnrlstmas Day, -4foTmonk" of good Saint Francis came, Upon this winter's morn, A widow, weeping, des/Jnte? A mother, wiM ??d loan The day beiote, a cruel band Of rol?DCES stole her boy? (Fe 'hose were lawlesB times)?they stole Her pride, her hope, her joy. These cruel robbers surely sware, They would her darling slay,. Except the wretched mother would A fitting ransom pay. And being very poor and weak, To the good monk she came, To beg that he would pay the price, In his Great Master's name. "Good Father, I beseech thee, by The hope thou.hast of good, I' the precious name of Him who died Upon the Holy Rood? "Of Him who drained the cup of. woe, That we might taste of joy, -Good Father, I beseech thee, save My hopeless captive boy." "Poor woman," sadly said the Monk, "Thy sorrows I deplore, , ^ And it grieves my heart to bid. thee go Unaided from...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 3 January 1861

|it Inkgeitkitt $ounral-#l)otci) to fafiiics, literate, $tfc| gflirrals, |?,nculte, gcitittt anb |rt. BY JAMES A. HOYT. ANDERSON COURT HOUSE, S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3, 1861. VOLUME 1.?NUMBER 20. THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER, IS -ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY, AT ONE DOLLAR A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. * ???" If delayed six mouths, $1.50; and $2.00 at the cud of the year. JAMES A.. HOYT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Advertisements inserted at moderate rates; liberal deductions mado to those who will advertise by the year. ?????????n?ma^??? Meet Lizzie at Six. That was all the dispatch contained. Four little words; yet what excitement they caused in the household at Maple Cottage; the quiet, so sober household, whose members, at the moment of its re? ception, were 011 the point of yoing to rest ibr the night. " Meet Lizzie at b\x." Was our darling indeed so near us ? Two years and three months* had passed since our eyes had been -gladdened, with licr girlish beauty, since her voice had mingled with t...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 3 January 1861

Military Defence. "We give below the Military Bill, as it ' has passed the General Assembly, and has become an "Act to Provide an armed Military Force:" Ax Act to Provide ax Armed Military Force? Sec 1. Be it enactedby the Senate and House of Representatives, now met and Bitting in General Assembly, and by tJle authority of the same, That whenever it shall appear that an armed force is about to be employed againsi the State, or in opposition to its authority, the Governor be and he is hereby authorized to repell the same; and for that purpose to call into the service of the State, from time to time, such portion of the militia as he may deem necessary and proper, .and to organize the same on the following plan : Sec. 2. That immediately after passing this Act, the Governor shall be arithoriced and required to call for one Volunteer Company of Infantry from each Infantry Battalion, and to receive two Rifle Compa? nies from each Infantry Brigade in the State, to consist of one Captain...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 3 January 1861

?were fired, and at (he time of visiting the fort yesterday, were nearly consumed, and the guns thereby dismounted. These guns, as well as those constituting the cntiro armament of the fortress, were spiked before it was abandoned. This is the only damage done the fortification, further than cutting down the Hag staff, and the breaking up of ammunition wagons to form ram? parts on the walls of the fort. tue evacuation. The fort was found to be in barge of two offi? cers and four men. who had been left behind mere? ly to act as a watch. The place was scaled to all but the watch, and none but these were allowed to enter. From the officers in charge it was learned that the evacuation of the fort commenced a little after Rundown on Wednesday evening. The men were ordered to hold themselves in readiness, with knapsacks packed, at a moment's notice, but up lo the moment of their leaving had no idea of abandoning the post. They were reviewed on earadc, and were then ordered to two schooner...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 3 January 1861

^nHPHroaress 01 iSWWH^j H^^^^ Pickens. Gentlemen o f the Senate and Souse of Bep - resentatives : You have called me to preside as Chief Magistrate of South Carolina, at a critical juncture in our public affairs. 1 deeply feel the responsibilities of the position I am about to assume. .For seventy-three years this State has been connected, by a Federal compact, with co-States, under a bond of union, for great national objects, common to all. In recent years, there has been a powerful party, organized up? on principles of ambition and fanaticism, ?whose undisguised purpose is to divert the Federal Government from external, and. turn its power upon the internal, in? terests and domestic institutions of these States. They have thus combined a par? ty exclusively in the Northern States, whose avowed objects not only endanger the peace, but the very existence, of near one-half of the States of this Confedera? cy. And in tho recent election for Pres? ident and Vice President of these Stat...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 10 January 1861

% Mmnbtnt Immral-Motti k %Ma, ptrahi, $tfos, glarals, Agriculture, Stielt? anb $rt, BY JAMES A. HOYT. ANDERSON COURT HOUSE, S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1861. VOLUME L?NUMBER 21. THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER, IS ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY, AT ONE DOLLAR A YEAS, IN ADVANCE. If delayed six months, ?1.50 ; and $2.00 at the end of the year. JAMES -A-. HOYT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Advertisements inserted at moderate rates; liberal deductions made to those who will advertise by tho year. ran Jonimcnfs. The Report t)P THE COMMITTEE ON RELATIONS WITH SLAVEHOLMNG STATES. The following is the report of the Com? mittee on Slavcholding States, as adopted by the Convention on Monday last: The Committee on " Relations with the Slavcholding States of North America," beg leave to report that the}' have care? fully considered the three several proposi? tions contained in the resolution referred to them, which were submitted iu Con? vention by three several members from St. Phillip's and St. Michael'...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 10 January 1861

rapla. llaiiassek, January 5.?Judge Mc Gehee, of Madison, has been elected per? manent President of the Convention.? The morning session was consumed in perfecting an organization. At the after? noon session, resolutions were offered de? claring the right of Florida to secede; declaring that cause existed for the exer? cise of this right, and that it was the du? ty of the State to prepare for it. Much discussion ensued on the policy of the immediate passage of the resolutions, and they were finally made the special order for Monday. The Convention then ad? journed until Monday. "Washington, January 5.?In the Sen? ate to-day, Mr. Mason introduced a reso? lution calling on the President for orders in relation to plans given or submitted in regard to the occupancy of forts on the Atlantic coast, South of the District of Columbia. Mr. Slidell withdrew his motion for the expulsion of the reporter of the Associa? ted Press. The Pacific Railroad Pill was debated and amended, after which th...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 10 January 1861

The State Convention. last dat. Charleston, Jan. 5.?President Jami? son received a- dispatch from Mayor Mon? roe, of New Orleans. He says: "New Orleans fully sympathises with Charles? ton in the perils to which t?hc is exposed, and will not fail to support her when oc? casion requires action." Mr. Ilutson inti*odueed an ordinance that all power necessary to make postal arrangements and enact postal laws be vested in the General Assembly. The or? dinance was passed. Mr. Keitt introduced a resolution per? mitting officers in any force, regular or Volunteer, raised under an order of the Convention, to hold seats in cither House Of the General Assembly, or any other of? fice. The resolution was adopted. Mr. Curtis offered a resolution that the late Commissioners to "Washington be re? quested to propare.at their earliest conve? nience, a written statement of their oral communication to this body, and commu? nicate their recent attempt at negotiations with the President of the United Slat...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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