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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 September 1866

VL11WINNSBORO, S. C., WED)NESDAY M'0RNING2 SE PTEBR 9166 NO THE ] FAIRFIELD HERALD, - IS FUnLISI111D1 .YPtKLY BY Ga. Ila rd Despo r Wte Vo Terms.-Tns HnToLD is publihol Week ly in the Town or Winnsboro, at 93.00 in - areably in advance. AW All transiont advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Nutices and Tributes $1.00 'per square. The Burnling of Columbia-letter from Han. Alfred lluger. CHAnLESTON, S. C., August 22. To the Editor of the World: Slt :. I most unwillingly leave the retirement and obscurity which oki age and circumstances have provided; but a remark in your paper of the 13th seens to doinand it. A writcr signed "S.," replyitg to au artielo in lIurper's Maga. z ine for August, introduces my name in tiese words "'lhcy nitist --fer toAl. fred Huger, for many years postmaster at Charleston," &c., &c. I ti .n 'o O'he Magazine., and to my supriso finO a con. 'tributor whose pirposes and motives it is not my business to define, niking a capital out of so batren...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 September 1866

WiNiNBO0RO, , C., SEPT. 19, 1866. ';. A. GAILLAID EIDITOR. D. B. McCRUEIG H, AssocIATP ED'R. The following gentlemen are re quested to .ot as Agents for the Hrn ALD: Major A. D'. IALIARD--Rooky Mount, Bosier Patri'41r,. ]ia.. T. P. SADER-Chuirleston, S. C. 11.'S.- DEsPORTEs-Rlidgoway, S. C. Major Wbi. ELL--Monticello, S. C. II B. B.Mc!AsmTE-RosSviile, S. C, Dr. J. L. MARTI-Jaokson's Creek, S. C. & J)AviD Th.rcirAllston,85. 0. J.- W. McCI on-T-Salem Church, S. (C. Legisiature. The Legislature is still hammering atthe StawLaw.-vainly striving tosat isfy the clamors of their constituonts by dovisilg some eh10o not obnox inns to court it uitional objeotions. The most plausible so far and one that un doubtedly vill pass the Senate, if it has not already- done so, is. tho-hill iu tiuducod by Senator TOWNrs of Greenville, providing for only one term of Court each year. In the House the Stay LaIw sentiminut has concentrated upon no plan as yet., and it is thought the Bill from the Sctia...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 September 1866

Excitement Concenhtg the Feninl, NEW YOnK,Sept. 15.-The Herald's Canad.a cUorrespnIoudenee says no abate miont'.in excitement concoerning the Fenians. It is also said the Cana. dial s' aire organizing squads to make raids upon the American border towns in revenge for Fenian raids upon Canada. Negroes Organizing ii New York City. Nxw Yonic, Sept. 15.-Tho World muakcs the exciting announcement that four regiment of negroes are being or ganized in this city, and that African Loyal Leagues ire organizing and Armed in 'every ward. The negroes are being instructed in drill, &o., by Col. Hawkins. The World asks, "Are we to have a taste of San Do mingo V" From WshIngto rr the Pres! donlt niil Secretary Seitrd -Entthtisi. astlic Delimoilstra tioil, cie. WAsHINGTON, Sept. 15.-Secretary Sward arrived here at 2 o'clock on special train fromt Harrisburg. Since his arrival he has been gradually im proving, and strong hapes are enter tained of his entire recovery in a few days. Thle President ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 19 September 1866

We frequently hear of a protty t m, but we lxtvo one here that is su erleively pretty-in fact, in it the i rtty is pretty well used up, although there is "pretty little" in it A pretty little maiden HIad a pretty little dream,, A )retty little wedding Was the pretty little thone. A pretty little bachelor To win her favor triod, And. askod her how she'd li ke-to- be Ris pretty little brido. - ith some protty little blushes, And a pretty little sigh, A lid some pretty little glances From a pretty little eye N ith a pretty little face Behind a pretty fan She smiled on (lhe proposals Of this prety fittle man. Sino protty little "loves, And sonme protty little "dears," 'oine pretty little smiles, And some pretty little tears pretty littlo presents, And a pretty little-kiss, Werosome pretty little prolades To some pretty little bliss. 'This pretty little lady Xnd her pretty little spark, Met the pretty little parson And his pretty little clork A rotty little weddiIg rig - nited then for l...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 September 1866

b -- - -g- ------- VOL. 1] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAT MORNING, SE PTEMBEI 26, 1866. [NO. i5 FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 PtUBI.SIICD WICEKLY BY GAILLARD, DESPORTVES & 00. Teris.-Tus 1R:ALD is published Week, ly In the Townx or Winnsboro, at 93.00 in. vareably in advance. ftgi All transient advertisements to be Jaid in advance. Obiitary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per squaro. Passage by thle House of t lie Bill Postponl ~ Ing the Courts of Mlimon Pkeas Until TuRSAna, Sepitember 18. The agitation of neasures for the relief of the people continued yesterday, but was ao. companied with more practical results and less elocutionary display titan might have been expected. Thu Bill before the House was that rdporied by the Senate, to Which Mr. liagood ofered the following subs.tiLtut for all after the enacting cl.ause: A 11111 to alter and fix the timo of holding tihe Courts of Common Pleas in this State Sso 1. lie It enacted by-the S5enate and House of Representat ives, now met and sit. ing in ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 September 1866

S-iphen A. Douglas, This distinguished statesnan and parti. an still lives in the hoarts and momory of is coiintirymon, and will continue to do so hife the present generation shall live; and he.n it shall have passlecl aivay, Coming. enorations will see him I lirougl (lie mout. onut.whiceh is now being crocted at Chicago '). his frienda and polit icil admirers. We tako (he :ollowing bi graphioal sketch f this m'an from the NeW York Tribune: The President of the United Statos, first General of the Army, the first Admiral of .he Navy, and .aniy thousands of their 'elIt4-citiens, will assemble tooday on tle beautiful shores of Lako Miohigart to do honor.to the late Stephen A. Douglas it is not often'that statesmen find their culo. gists among men of their own goneration. Tihe then who stand around the grave of Douglas were his companions. They linow 'in well. In the course of nature he should still be with them--for Douklas died com. paratively young, in the veey fullness of his life. ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 September 1866

Oholera in Nashville, NASHVILLE, TENN., Sept. 23.-Fifty cases cholera for 24 hours ending yqs tordayr Every body leaving the bity that are ablo ; business etagnant. Bank Failur. CuCAGo, Sept. 23.-:The failure of the Produce Bank, with the develop ments, causes groat sensation. Lia bilities nearly $2,000,000; assets $111,000 including four notes for $24,000 each. * From Mexico. NEw YoRic, Sept. 23.-Vera Cruz intelligence to the 12th. has been re ceived. The French are erecting fortifica tions on the land side of the city, Swhici is seriously threatened by the Liberals. The J1%(a.Tfe says, Gen. Urwan will proceed to Europe on a mission and accompany the Empress back to Moxi CO. The new commander from France to uceeod Bazino has not yet arrived. The French will attempt to retake Matuamnoras. The Mexican Minister Romero has advices stating that Juarez and Cabi npt awo about to remove from Chlihua hua to Monterey, to occupy it as the capital. European News. DRESDEN, Sept. 21.-Peace was c...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 26 September 1866

UY PEHTITH, Twilight shades are deepening round me; Musing-wrapt in thought-alone Vroamily I watch the moonbeams, Hear the gentle dove's low moan. 'Fancy thirows her mantle o'er me; Weird like forms aind visien bright Tako the place of dusky shadows Chanige the gloom to matchless white. Fairy soon. ad realms of beauty 'lise before te. Limpid strehams, Bearing si)very waters onward, Catch the sunlight's golden benims. Boul-like muslo lingers sweetly 'Mid th'e fair enchanted bowers. Oders sweet are wafted near me Fragrance breathing from the flowers. Fleecy oloudiets float above mo; Whispering breezes klis my brow. Rising-now muy footsteps wander, Scarcely heeding where or how. Lo I What fornsadvanco to meet me Fron' yon myrtle-shaded glen? Friends-long absent-fondly cherished, Clasp me in their arms again. Loved ones from the bright home-circle Friondship's treasures-these are near. Those, too, who in death have slumbe-ed Groot me gladly; all are bre. Hark I Methinks I heard a whispe...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 October 1866

- - - * - - - -- - .-.. - -.- .-... ., WOL 1] TNIVSBORO- S. C., WEDN'lgAoY 1NG, OCTOBER 3, 1866. [NQ. 1 FAIRFIELD HERALD 15 PUnILiSICD wEIKiY nY OAILLARD, DESPORTES & 00. Terma.-Tnii HERALn to published Week iy In the Town of Winnabors, at 93.00 in C ,areably in advance. Arti All transient advertfsements to-be taid in advance. * Obituary Notices And Tributes $1.00 per Square. Interview with the President. eo Editor of the Petersburg Index: To return to my theme, and to begin t, tih beginning, Mr. Davis wisdressed. n a plin, twat, somewhat worn suit of black, w hich itmag ratier loosiy upor his jersoi. 1lit dress, frock coat espe. tiallv, seemiied too large for him As lie leaned upon my arm I could mons nre by my own muscular sense, with toleratblo accuracy, the great decline in his physijne. All his serwes seemed to Me to be preternaturally acute, especial. )y his hearing., lie has-idst the use of one eye; the otl r i; quite. acute. His whole being-t , ly, soul, and spirt seeine...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 October 1866

WITTNl?-OjRO, 3, 0. The .oll wilglf t' eI C ii llro re -.1'esiod to noet 08 AgIts for the .iHrn M.jor A. 1). I1br.lAltl)--tookky Mont', lBosier Parish1, La. 'I'. P. Sr.n - hIrle'stoin; S. C. IL. M . :-ou'ris--t i()gtway, S. C. - .1.U ca-r~-Rsvle S. Dr. J. L. MIFA-vriN -JaICck QS' Cre ekC, DAvIn EI.xI{.-Allston, S. C. J. W.' McCaiumir--Salem Church, S. C. The late Act of Relief for Dobtors. The extra Session of the Legisla. ture was called by the Ezxccutiv'o for two specific purposo.s. Neither of these was that to which most of.the time of I hat body wais devoted.- "The peuro ot their colstitulency influ Seed thie rp itiv th peo ph.. in their on is c'apac.ity, to discuss aID' lilIdlyiV )MS 1as01) 11upomesureLs of io relief to t)he 1ihncially distressed. The Goverinor, ill his first message, plainly expreossed Ill's njaquieseinso in - Itli decision of tle Court of Errors on the Joustitutioudlity of the Stay Law, - but recommended some modo of relief to which thero would not be the sam...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 October 1866

The marlets-Foreign and Domestio. NEw ORLEANS, September 28.-Cot' ton sales 1,800 bales at 35a86. Ohts 63. Pork 35. . Bacon- Shoulders 18 ; ribbed Sides 22. Gold 145 ; Sterling 50. MOBLE, September 29.-Cotton sales to day'500 balej; Middling 35; demIand good in the morning but Liverpool ad. o41-iecs reporting a decline stopped sales. LivuEPooL, Septom ber 28.-Cotton sales for the week 133,000 bales - at about 181119 for Middling Uplands. Sales to day 25,000 hales, closing at -{d advaceo. SLck 40,000 bales belV the etimate. Breadstul's active. Mixed Western Corn 30s. Consols 891; 5 20's '1(. From Washington. 0ASIHINOTON, September 29.-The Secretary of War has publishe4 an offi cial order in which lie .refutes certain un truthful charges of enemies of the Ad ministrotion, relating to the, payment of bounities to soldiers under the late act of Cogress. Ile says, thU pay iment ia" not been delayed by any action9or inte . ff-rentiebc the Pres:dent or Stecretary of the-Treasury ; nor was ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 3 October 1866

1 4 1 a ,,duo e sub- J ...' ., ,. al'.cdl i i la suo onn /our.. a. of ar \e u 7- 'illIis, a little povan -irt.st'itack a at lit lthle :ty thea gtaceful I .ht a;t gave t rah, atd the elegant Vai.'Ib oitshyr. i's Tirt)erd..y Wefound it iatn .ag atbott i- uno idited and tnclaited. i w'e are not mistaken it Is the offspring ofi Fred. S. Cozen's dainty fancy. lent my love a book one day 13he brought it, baok : I laid it by ;. 'Twas little oiltier had. to say - Shte was so strange and I so say. ]it yet we loved indifferent things Tiho sprouting bude, the birds .in tuno And Time stood still raid wreathed his wings With rosy links from June to June. For her, what task to do or dare ? Wlhat peril tempt ? what hardship bear ? Jiul with her--aa ! she nover knew. My heurt, tand what was hidden thoiro And she, with me, so cold and coy, 6eeimed a little iaid bereft of sensoe; But in the crowd, all life and joy, And full of blushful luipudeno. Site narried--woll-a woman needs A matiae, her lire an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 October 1866

- K I. V K I S S. C., WEDNESDAY M*RN1NG, OCTOBER 10, 1~6b'. THE FAIRFIELD HERALD IS PUniatilED wE.KLY BY GAILLARI, DESPOITES & C0. Ters.-Tus IInarALi is pubHlished Weeke ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 in A careably in advance. ftQW0 All transient advortisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 por square. [From the IHouston (Texas) Journal.J . The Gallant *Pelham,. Where m there a sobber of the old -army, Who Was on tlie heights of Fi de rick4burg, b--it* can recollct Lite. hero, yonnd Pe'lhiam, fighting his guns in front of Franklin's corps. One thrill of ad miration ran throughult the army, and the great hero, as brave as te was mod est, had his reward .in the general orders of Gen. Lee, of the battle, when he styl ed hint "the. gallant. Pelliam." a uamo that wasqt once adopted I hroughoit the tirmy. 'ie 'sublimity of this compli. mont. is enhanced by a fact lhat he . was the only one. ever mentioned by Gen. Lie in General orders, under the ran...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 October 1866

WINNSBORO, , . WINN SORO0, S. c'., OCT. 10, 1866. '. A. G A I L LAl 1), 1",IronI. 1). 1. McC11f lIT, ASSOCAE Ei n. Thei o fol lowing gentlemen are re questod to act as Agents for the I [.nI Major A. 1)- HIt-LlAnn---ROCky Mount, 1Bosir Parish, La.. T. P'. '-,'LIDER - lliftris i .O R. S. DSnsronfis-R idgewa y, S. C. Major W'Dr. Bal-Mont ice)lI, S. C. I. B. 0)cMasan-tussville, S. C. Dr. J..L. iIARTIN--,J lCkSol's reck, S.C.. DAvin Er.KJN-Allstoni, S. C. . J.W. McUIAIr-Sitlom Church Tho District Court, The illitiitory Stc) towards the or ganization of this Couirt was tiken on, aituirday last, 1-y the lion. Wat. 11. n vERTsON beiing CoJilinissiolned as Dist rict Jidg. The jurisip0tion of tli Court is ox tensivelii u important. it. has e.re/ die jurisdiction1 over all crimiijia1 of Iiences"except, Ilrso, bu rgliry, homi vile ain4 rape ; al1so inl ca.sQ of vagrani (y,'Istairdy, amd in in attoe i' of' con (racts betweci cmpil(yer and em ployee, Imasto1r'aid a pprenitice, Where the ainoulit ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 October 1866

Form -New York. Niw YORK, October 5.-A Paris letter a-. horts that all French troops will be withe drawn from Mexico at once, during the fall. Time eatuennisip Persia hasarrived at this port. A. T. Stowart, at a private dinner last evening, indicated his purpose to dunatb e million dolh1rs to build tenomnt houses for deserving indigent, provided the ground was furnished. Statement of the Publio Debt, WVAsu it.o.ro, October 5.--The official Ftatement of lhe public debt. to the first of Oktober ahows.it to ha Iwo thousand five iindred and sevenly-tlhrce millions, thm'ce hundred and thirty-six thousanti dollars lIs cas in tretvsury,' which is :)no htundre-d And11 twenty-eight mi1lllion two hirmimeOd and 4<hirtoon thousand. o this there is coin'amounting to eighty nmi nnd a quarter million. A comparison of this with the statement il the first of September shows that during fhe month the debt has been deereased to t ie amount of $2.23.4,022.611 Admiral Daldgren Oi-dered to the' Oom ma...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 10 October 1866

[Foa TUE IElALD.) OUR PRESIDENT, BY PETITE. ,r fallon hero I Can thy people's moan, oir stifled wall--as crushed beneath the yoke *inrelenting tyranny, they writhe :rgony-bring back thy former power ? las I the strength thou hadas lies buried deep ithin thy Qountry's grave, and thou art left oart-hroken-holpless-in1 captivity. S. silently thou .bearest all thy grief * oo-prord to groan-thou'art a hero stilli N.t thino the lip to suo for meroy ; no, oet thine the heart to quail before thy doota; thy sencs of honor rtr too high to tico As coward Colon fi on, the dungeon walls. 'I by wasted frain and pale wan ohook alone Are tokens of thy inward agony. thy fato than ours oweo dark, we love theo still As when the fay-wreath crowned thy hope ful brow. As obloftaln then, we almost worshipped . thee, Whein ithy care our infant nation lay - As child in arms of watchful sire; and nqw, We cannot love thecless when, for our sakos m Thou hast n prianu only, for thy liona. ' The thirsty blood-ho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 October 1866

44 t- 4 VOL. 1] WINNSBOR O, S. C., WEDNiESDAY MORNING, OCTOIBE 17,1866. [NO. 18 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD I8 l'UnLI,81D w.1:KILY nY GA ILLAR), DESPORTfES & 00. Terms.-Tit. i inALO is pubi 3l1ied Wedk ly in ihto Towin O' Wininsbor.), nt. 63.00'in tjrraiblyin adrunce. j1.-I) All tritsient advortienents to be Obituiry Notices And Tribulos $1.00 per Ohargo of Judge Aidrich, G:MI-ruT o-N - TiH JeUy.-I 11d. momsh you it) 1 bear inl mild the ciroun :tAices by Which y-oul ar suirrontied. 1 call .. I you to recollect that the law ,.4 S.tt Carolin-I is nlow w11 ht it always has been 1t:nmely, that the n0gro shall be protected from viole-eu' olfered against his person. It. Is beei a lav of our State for many year-;, that if a negro is 8us1anitted, 11.0 purty cominitiing tie is suiilt be punished ; and if tho -life'. ofi a negro be piken wit th malico afori't.hought. tie law has alwa y. regardi thtt i Aut as m8urder. It ii therefore i..) inw thi'fr that i at nt should lho indicted for tihe killi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 October 1866

Tho Eluoation Needed No.,w. Thep f all-> wr:I aid anab articlo we fin'l in ant ex,:hang, credited to at New Orb-:it pp..r. \Ye me c a mrq i it to hIIe C fri d1 cosidei :tion of' our reaIera : T114. peoplei of .r Stato are in a likl predicn iaanwnt ri with the maonl who 8Is the h-1i' s d..14 , 0 yed 11r0o11w Over lI;s h.III ad. Wev e' to rbudd'a hovme for ourselves ai famiie . Tht old lome wias a migha y emfortable onae.,its low; hipped roa, Ir kr'- wry 'moroi atai xletnive pi hai.iered parl-icos, galve I: It (itrajun, anaid yet com)fortabteI,. appearainice, as well Is realily. The comifonts wi. uxuirbvs of the past are iencefotth oily the .weaihn of ;the tuaginration. Memtory maly ltiger with fond rt**rospective glairee-, ail revel inl iden lit.is io) lingi-r to be realized. 1 't the stern realoa ies of Iisw presenit ardse usI tt ;Iviinal ile- :aml hi I Its lay asil't all roild fm.61les." a.111d ea 1 j w thg 11 ItiCaa"aa I( i#of lohv hour. t bIi etilirely altered Coahe at tal. .1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 October 1866

THE ASE OF. MB. DAVIS, Oorrespondenoo of the President and Attorney General. WAsnilN-rsN, October 18.-The IPresident has addiessed the following letter tm the Attornoy General in regard to the trial of Mr. Jofforson Davis,: Exsou-rvA MAyrox, WIAsIIINOTON, October' 0, 1860. 4. &# i' & eoial term of tid Circuit Court of the United iStates wis atppointed for the ir'it 'l'uesdaly of. Ootober, 1866, at, Itich. mond, Virginia, for. tie trial of Jetl'erson Davis, On thle1 charige of trololl. It now 'ppeatrs that Ihere will be Ito session p' that Uotirt, at Richmtid during the preseit mointi, and doubts aire expressed whether lte rogulair torm, wihich by linw shouli cot. mieae-oui thlie *tteth *6Mond:y of Novembor next, will he ield. III vi ew of t his obstrul)3 Itoli, 11ad 1110 cllseien.VIt d'lay in pr1oceedl Ing with tho vlt,6- (t Jeffersoi Davis tinder t10 prosec-t ifor 101 treaol nOW pelldinig in twitt Court, amd tlhete beitg. so fari a1s t le PyLesitit., is inoretited, nt good ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 17 October 1866

THE SWORD OF ROBERT LEE. The folluwinag polem, by "Moina," (Rtov. Abraim ityam.) out hor of "The Conquered I anuer," will be read with pleasure by tie a Imirers of tlie latter sweet lines : 1' orth from its sentbimrd. iro anl bright, Flashed tie sword of Lee I Far inthe t'fLront ol'the deadly fi it, I igh o'er the br'ave. itn tlhe cauio of right, 1 stasininless sheli, like a beacon light, Led us to victory. - Out of its scabbar'd, where full long It slumbeved poaoofuly - Itousod froomits rest by the battle-song, Plieldinig tie feebl, smiting the strong, (luarding tho right, revenging tie wrong Rlamed the sword of LeeI torth from lio scabbard,'high in air, Deneath Virginia's sky And they who saw it gleaming there, And know who bore it, knelL to swear That where th amt sword led they would daro To follow and to dio. Out of' its sCabbr'd ! Nevoer hInd Wave] smord from Psitin as froo, Nor purer sword hed briver baind, Nor braver bled or at brighter land, Nor b ight or land lnd a causo a...

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