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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 26 February 1851

A -- DEVOTED TO SOTHERN RIGITS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE SCIENCE AND TIE A1TS L I T E R A J-R W i t ! . J. F R A NC I S , P r o p r i e t o r . I I W O t t V E8 ' . VOL. V. SUIMTERIVILLE, S. C. VE BR JA1IY 26, 1~1 12 1von Dollars in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty-cents at the ex.)iration of six anonths, or Three Dollars at the end of the year. No paper discontinued until all arreara gs are paid, unless at the option of the prietor. t-rAdvertisoments inserted at 75 cts. per square, (12 lines or less,) for the first and half that sum for each subsequent insertion. E TrTho number of insertions to be mark edon all Advertisements or they will be Oublished until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. ' One Dollar per square for a single insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Adver tIsements 'will be charged the same as a single nserLion, and semi-monthly the same as new ones. . All Obituary Notices exceeding six linos, and Communications recommending Candidates for public offic...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 26 February 1851

- ,' . -, *~ ", ! i1 i4J~ ? -' l I DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE SCIENCE AND THE ATS. , . *.**l , ft4 WVO. 3. FRANCIS, Proprietor. *. TEEBR.TWR YIar e A26, VOL. v.SM IILS.C.FBRUIARIY 26, 1851. Ne 0 Woo Dollars in advance, Two Dollars %nd Pilly-cents at the exairation of six anonth-, or Three Dollars at die end of the year. No paper discontinued until all arreara a are paid, unless at the option of the Proprietor. e-TAdvertisements inserted at 75 ets. per square, (12 lines or less,) for the first and half that sum for each subsequent insertion. E'TThe number of insertions to be mark ed on all Advertisements or they will be iublished until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. TOne Dollar per square for a single insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Adver tisements will be charged the same as a single nsertion, and semi-nionthly the same as new ones. All Obituary, Notices exceeding six lines, and Connmunications recornmending Candidates for public o...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 26 February 1851

Tlairty-Firut Congress. Second 8esqion. VasnuG'role; Feb. 17th, 1851. SeTam. Mr. Fitch presented the credentials of Mr. Cass, re-elected for six years from March next. Petitinns were preented for and against tle.aas dmoents of the patent laws. MJlIiller presented a petition that naval voes -ho sent to California to bring home emo Amoricans now there. ir. lihmlin presented a petition from Maine, praying for a repeal or mioditication of the Fugitive Slave Law. lie mnoved tta,it, be rofcrrod to the Judiciary Con. mttto. No objection being mWade, it was referred Mr. Bu:i-t slid he did not care whether the petition was referred or not, he woula hdive nothing to do with the subject. The aw. might be repealed or not. 'Mr.' Atchinson moved that the vote referring the petition be reconsidered. There was no reason why the petition -presented by the Senator from Maine, ahbuld be referred, and the same petitions, presented by the Senator from New York, -should he laid on the table. M Mr. Imlard...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 26 February 1851

TIsq Iz;tj.s.--'he lullowing ext r.dcs .irt m letto'r wvritten by a gentletnan resid. in in Vail l)ietnnn's land must he inte resting to the hiiilica, friendis, and adanir ea-odf the exiled Irish leaders: . 1it your anst you itju'red anxiotusly for IMeagher. I must now tell you that we are on the most inti n,-te terms with all the exiles. We have met Meagher, Martin, Mitchell. The two latter are stationed but A$!qv ruinutes' walk from this. As to 3leig. .her, we went twenty-five miles to see him, to the lakes, the trysting-place, where the three districts ieet: but, alter all, were 'diappointed. It seems hard of the Gov. qinmei.t to conflute each to one district, aif ter they hid given thLeir parole not to es Cape. l{owever, they do not adhere strict ly to the wishes of the (overntnent. 'Sooun after our excursion to the lakes Meagher visitel Blothwelt, w:th his friends Mitchell and Martin. We thon made his acquaintance. lie hans been ge:ting a fine iibat built, to beguile his tine o...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 26 February 1851

The Son of Temperance. - BY PROF..INtRAIHAM. "Where this evening, Charles?" ask. eda lovelv tn rried woman of her hus. biud. 'ihe tone wus slightly sneering though she smiled us.slho spoice. "in n En the visiting committee, and have to cull on a sick lbrother," ens. we.red MA r. as ho put on his The lady pouted. -le took ipl his lint and approached her with n playful smile. "Ah, Mary, I fi-ar you will never 'overcome your hostility-it is no longer 'prejtudice, but hostili.y to our Order.' "And 1 do not wish to. here you Were nwav onl Monday night it til ten o'clock. rd now you are off agnin.' "But I have duties I owe to others as well as to yourself, Mary! I give you 'fivo eveninrgs, and often six in every week, and you have a grent portion of my lime during the day. We must r cerifnce some things for others. As members of the great community, we have duties external to those due to our immediate families.' ''13ut you had no such duties until you becanme a Son of" Tmperance.' "I did...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 12 March 1851

4 4 DEVOTED TO SOUTIIERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY NEWS, LITERATURE, CEC N H W.1. J. FRANCIS, Proprietor. cf 44RTR STo olhfr n .n dvace DOOL. V. SUTERVILLE, S. . MARCH 12,T151 - lPwo Douars in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty-cents at the ex)iration of six "mnonths, or Three Dollars at the end of the !year. -No paver discontinued until all arreara es are paid, unless at the option of the Proprletor. a-rrAdvertisements inserted at 75 ets. her square, (12 lines or less,) for the first and h-ilf that sun t'or each subsequent insertion. IrJThe number of insertions to be mnark ed on all Adlvertisenments or they will he published until ordered to he discontinned, .and charged accordingly. 0-One Dollar per square for a single Insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Adver tisements -vill be clarged the same as a sitigle nsertion, and semi-monthly the Saie as new ones. All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and Comnnunmications recomnending Candidates for public oteices or trust-or puffing txhibitions, wi...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 12 March 1851

V ' - av~w'.pondenoe of the Couriers .., - VASHI TON, MARCII 4. Tito Senate as Poon as it met, yesterday, resuned, on motion ofMtr. Clay, the con. sidertatien of the Rivel and Harbor Bill, by i vote of .30 to 24, though it was evident to all, that the bill would occupy exclusivoly, the last day of the session. , Mr. Clay ie tarked that there was a decided majority for the hill, but that he would prefer to have it laid aside, to the defeat of all the other hills. ,1r. Hunter remarked that the ma jorily of the Senate who were responsible "" bor thuc' public business, sbould look to the fact that they would, by persisting in the consic Lion of this bill, render necessary an extra session. Mr. Foote again called the attention of the Senate to the fact that fliro 'r6 treaties to be considered in Exe. cirivo. tiession. .Several Senators in the timority, said that they were prepared to go on with amendments and discussion. "The Friends of the bill have taken one day," said a Senator, and i...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 12 March 1851

be tate Convciition. ''he fullowii g We bedic vu to~ lie a corn PIee list of the 1)e~. euaiu e&t~et.d to the ~t ite (.uveittioi. Ini flurry, wvo are iin Iuraim!i. mU elat ion ryas hl(iti, thl people: of 'that Dl;scrirt, beinig perfectlIy wvillizir to aliie. by the I dion of till. other portionis of the S~tate~. NA1i1:7 OF TtIlE DELiEG.TE!~; EI.E~cr. Cag*1'.csun -J .;ti'doga (1,'er, WV. IP. woard F~rost. It. 1t'. 11IrgceIssl, Charles M. Furmn, D. lP, I [uger, (lis.. Macbthl, B 1'. I )u'tkciu, A. 1'. hller, l;:aue W. I layite. 1 )r. -Jo~hn Mlellinger, Mitchell Fiiog,' lhoi. L.(llre, Mbctrady. J. ('uiingllziii. A\. (. A'l :igratI, {Gregg, \V. F. I)c wusure, A. 11. Utladezi '(i. ilunklter. l~i;ill.G ~ro .. I I. Meads, \\. A. 'O~ven31, N A. I tyi, J. itleil iwoa. Acireberry._Dr,vion Nan~ce, Peter Moon, Leatinglmn.--Gen1. Ileisry Arthur, J. C. .Jey, Isaiiah M~uhlev, WV. A. Ronslsirnught. 'Viora.-.-J. Si. Simts, LB. II. Rice, (;en 'Gndberry W. J Bobo. 6'recnrilte.-B. F. Perry, IP. lE. ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 12 March 1851

.h-'.-PrIr; eto ly i llaiui to bidle th t l ntli4 o lie or ue At__ j TZI PELF.QA1TJ tiE~at. r sfn-I tn~ dn.Chaeves, <1V: P. WV IFji~t.~ IVB:rnwe ' 1, Chatrles NU. tt'I? L lua lger, Chas. Mactbeth, I3 Fi. i9w4 ;P. lluttlor, Ls:ao W. Iliygi Dr. . Qi~rt Mlhiger, .Miteheln Kill,, T'hos. Lehiro, 1F~Z, imone, C. G. h1emnniiinger, 1Edward ,4ichiand .-..Jjuiies U. Ad~uias, M1axcy 'Gregg, W.FDeSaussure, A. I. Gladden, Y:. Iiooktej.. . + rzss1.-G;iwornor J. 11. Ileatis, V.-A. viJwb!N',t A.Plenv, J. Biuchanan. Ask? rry.....Drsiytotil Nance,il'cter Moon, "J: h1. WIinnmdi F. "B. Il iggiiis. !'.. o~~. h;Henry.MArhur, J.. . n t +i nmnet MCAIn @yfaaih MbluV%';A.Rn~sbomugli. a&.-'t: kr-Dt'ry .~ ucn T '!i rockman.V. A.Mdliee, .Jesse ,enter. ....range.4..-Donald Itowe, 11L 'Gratbig D1~ F. Jnniiton. abig c ~out. --%V. Ilny ns~onh, 'T. It. :.I3humtor, A. C. S a. ~Irndo3n...-J. P'. Iticiiardaon, D. St P. * ubo S. W.'Wil herspoon. 'al. Mtihllews.--O. M. Iantzler, 11. A. Ilaigler. '8.AndrCics.--Josu...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 12 March 1851

ti a; pa theFM th ily)h-South lna -R te t ton of the biprs but atie f pueteioe opinidnetu will find' in' atirthor celumn an p:iram the Charleston Moroauty on ..u Jeek whioh is or.:the, cbheter fArsto,iatd which show ;tha the E". oltat stion is-considered in the light 8f NetA give tihe President the p wer "inmploying the'rny and navy at his 4.shkre, not againsatethe mot) infRoston gwgip tthe peoplofSouth parolina, event oeir of the aking ay steps tou ardeo rryisig their threats of secs S"aionr into eff'et. In this light it is looke -it tinoalled, and as a- piee of ulin--that in laruing it, M r. Fill ioabted as the Thumps wherrymen - eoking one way und .roing the s YT p thot t desiring to impugn, or even t6 dobbt the intentions of Mr. Fillmore Si dhie cabinet, wie are free toasainy, that lhwrdyumitnteis unter which that satbsnh was istieti, -are certainly "a loatod- to prode the impression ehsic we sec, has been . formed in Sith hern States concernin it. The ,.w.. ,fSouthern peop e as...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 12 March 1851

" Th i tdel . ttd~hand the; a Prses, he t1thhg ich'President Fill. More sent a short. tete sinde td' Con- ' gross, in reference to ilp rto6te of the fugitive slave, Shadrach, from the officers of justice in Boston, by a mob of black and white people, does not, meet with much favor in some parts of, the South, and especially in South Carolina, if we take the tone of the public press Ax a reflection of public opinion. Our readers will find in another column an i ple from the Charleston Mercury on I 1he subject, which is of the character i we refer to, and which shows that the proclamation is considered in the light I of a ruse, to give the President the power of employing the army and navy at his pleastare, not against the mob in Roston but against the people ofSouth Carolina, in the event of their taking any steps towards carrying their threats of seces sion into effect. In this light it is looked upon as uncalled, and as a piece of duplicity-that in lssuing it, Mr. Fill. more acted ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 26 March 1851

. J .ew4aZenu- "T '". . 4 p 1t -,I low~p DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, SCINCE AND THE ARTS wn .FR N ,3rpieo.nTERMS--Two oars Pow4m p W.I. J. FrNANCIS, Proprietor. C'NOV 1111In Advanacer ja A VoL. v. SUMITERVILLE, S. C. IARC 26, 1851. N 'l'wo Do~la ~in aidvance, Two Dollarm tind Pil'ty-cents at the ex )iration of six 4nonths, or Tiree Dollars at the end of the year. No paper. discontinued until all arreara ges are paid, unless at the option of the Proprietor. fljAdvertisements inserted at 75 cts. per square, (12 lines or less,) for the first and half that sum for each subsequent insertion. (rTThe number of insertions to be mark ed on all Advertisements or they will be publislid until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. aTOne Dollar per square for a single insertion. Quarterly andL Monthly Adver tisements will be charged the same as a single nsertion, and setni-mnonthly the same as new ones. All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and Comm...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 26 March 1851

Cosepndoeo Ore Now York Sub, - t~sfiaiA Feb. fkh, 15.' sd" and ure-r ris-of~w, the soit ~-A e.l and gold mines---Texaj This is ae of ite celleoiN catalogue of border doings arid.events-and you nadat cull from it whatever may be, if such there It. to mur taste. I believe you and every bod e knew before, that there re wcoal of fine quality on'thle Rio P , but-ve the pleasure of stsating hiced &JVtuminous coal outceops oni ofthe rier;o:about aml eo H nean, and that it burns, as I have freely and well even in a common Art; lace. A steamboat plying tip aid down this river, as Harry Love proved by practice, and Capt. Kingsbury by science, -s prscticable-can be supplied with con. venient and superior fuel very cheaply. So much for the most necessary weapon for regulating the Indians-a floating sentinel, Gold'and silver has been found by the gunsilitkof Fort Duncan, some six or eight miles from Eagle Pass; but the whole aiThir is kept very quiet, for some reason or other. There are abun...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 26 March 1851

-d1hielif ate'lilbri*le *nd recognise ,lpp .obi ion 4f sharity, and love, aid good w'ii, tlh'r fiomes ashall 'be open to weliemei the btnted fugitive as he passed theirrdoor, i his flight * from the 16natal blood hotinds who are'baying on his track. . Thiy comtnend to every fugi live froin,slavery lite glorious sentiment of Henry Patrick-"Givo me liberty or give me death.", R aliX9e-A Pounds, .hUn- and Pence Romance. . It is some time ago-the exact date is of n- consequence since a teller in one of the binks in town,-found, at the close of the day q transactions, that his ensi was deli Cient to the extent of I1000. After much fruitless search, a reward of. 20 was ofler ed for. the recovery of the missing utt, and by amd by an anonymous letter caine pro posing to restore it if tie rewaid wore rais id to.Cid0. It immediately occurred to the teller to conpire the disguisedhand vriting with that of every document which ,%ad passed through his hands on the day in ,qiestion. In the proces...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 26 March 1851

1rom the Now York lIlerd. The Celestial Empie. "CTUR Y Dn. nX-r- rAt'OSE rCAL.. On Wednesday evenhg,o Dr. Ilett. ner deli-ered his secoful lecture on Ori. ef'ill life, and tlhoso China us his sub. ject. Considering the advantageous po. sition ofChina, he said, its high stlate of Vultivation, the extensive commerce and 'temenipriso of its people, their curious stoms and habits, China, the oldest - (still the newest nation in the world, c land standing, as it does, face to face to mour own contient, must form a subcjct of peculiar interest to everf one of us. -'he aspect of the country is beautiful, diversified by hills and valleys, and in. tersected by navigable rivers, mnd nit. inet-ous canals. The whole of China is In fact, one extensive garden. It pos - ises the greatest population of any nU. tion Oni the globe, being, according to the eisus of 1847, about four hundred and filiy millions. Ili order to supply such a vast number, all kinds of grain and vegetables are extensively cul...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 2 April 1851

DEVOTED TO SOUTHlERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND TE ARTS WM. J. FRANCIS, Proprietor. C. TERMS-Two Dollars-Per Auntn V O I. V e FR A NTS, Pr priet r. Y) E - O A dvance. 4 A VOL. V. SUMT1ERVILL E, S. O.~ APRIL 2, 1851- N02. Troo Dollars in advance, Two Dollnrs ;and Iifty-cents at the ex iration of six Anonths, or Throe Dollars at the end of the Cyeas. No paper discontinued until all arreara ,ges are paid, unless at the option of' the Proprietor. OTAivertisenents inserted at 75 ets. per square, (t2 lines or less,) for the first and half that suin for each subsequent ins'e'rtion. 0 The number of insertions to be tisirk -ad on all Advertisements or they will he publis ihd until orderel to be discnitinued, and chsargod accordingly. OcTOne Dollar per square for a single insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Adver tisemonts 'vill be charged the samte as a .single nsertion, and seii-montlly the same as new ones. All Obituary Noticbs exceeding ,ix .lilnes. al Conmmunications r...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 2 April 1851

4.Jratnia andt South Carolina. V o re gratilled to annotince that tih Irepolutions reported on Mon-lay from Ill tiect Committee of w3, vAe 'at evenin, dopted w*Ili romarkablo unnniy by th Uhnosa of lklegates. They dAdie clearl and jnstly tho position of Virginhi, At p. i. th:: honr assigned for their considera I ion, tle resiolutions wero taken up. M ii r.4Miartz called for tle previous qpuestiot w hich wa s tstaiiied; Mr. Taliaferro aske tlc iies and nues, and Mr. Darman, for kr!t .vote on each resolution. Durin voe, "Mr. I harrison asked leave to mak in , explana.tion, and Mr. Tonliii moved t at :mendment to the,-- seconl resol io -hut they were each, overrulend by the dr cijion of the Speaker, sustained by th H oisn-e, that t previotns (t Stiol appliC to the while -eries of resolutions. We rc pubIIh t hem, vitih tle vote oi each: Whre:us, the L'gislaturc of the State< south Crii: Inahs passed ail nt to provid for ihe api,oistinteit of Delegates to SimherL(ngress, "to be entrus...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 2 April 1851

It 'u: ot.n's F.ii:.-It is proopose~l to neMl out 3a first clas. ilip. 10 reiain sixi. weeks at Imilion, wvith visithors to fihe Fair, encon ragntent be j thereL. The patt. Will ive fill bor:1 il the vesscl l'roi their *jrp-rttire till tiheir return. ~ Collection of Claims. -li " T. Gr1 ee, Agernt for tihe ttdjttsi "it W n1 ctol oft eoluti'nary, fll Pity, 1l'lmion an Undgmu:y I:al (i ui i rityily amtti! to all lSUC at, n1y bie nru! htesl to his c::re. I has secured gr -atvr lacilities and exinlit ion in tihe ad .1Instmnit o clfaina liy haviigr forned ia con. nettohn wh. a col leting Attorney inl tihe Citv of Washin -ton. nte'irviltie, S. C. A pril 2, 1851 23 tr *".iteilnan Copy. $100 REWARD. R UNA\AY in, Nvemrer last a black nIoy nanneil [ lCNiT ; kez t is about 30 years N1l, is 'Hin inade, b!aevk with rather loing ht tir tfor so dark a comple-xion it ie lhis, lie has very white tleeth r..tlher pointed, is :-:iiart spokeln, anil hms a pleasant Couintel aneQ ; his latis are atall and...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 2 April 1851

To Which the rasl vouith replied inl a o distinct voice. '1 will. lie thein hiit the fiatal ring on Miss v Gale's finger, tie hyienial noose was ' tiijusted, anl the 14o0r Fellow was laiehed into znatrituony.-Lzondon I' Puncht. A Rat munon RattcaniAkes. S We visited on londay aftel'110011 I three o'clck , the St:te' Cological I 11,1ll to nitti _Ss al interesting and ' gratiitou exhiitioi, got ui> hy the clfn11pet ent :.11 ie t lem kanly M Ir. Johnt Gbr.,jr, so dleserbedlly a favoritc wti~h tlhe crovds o' ladies 11111 geitltiIitele. to wholta lie shows such a p-lite :no1l geil-rous l Yspitality Oln visiiti.'; tait (stah ishment. In a st roig glass war enge in u\Ilich there I :1-% 1t u-1 large rattlestiakes, two ol' I theii six Ivett lo1g:ito fourteen smual I ones of vari s siz's, a large rat nas iacedI. A\ - S on ::s it, entered their dell, tlhe 1:n-ger saal:., raisel . thetius.elve.s 1t0 wi1th their Coal-ilack eyes lokn n the. intnrier.1 dropped their lie~is, <tining liim ain ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 2 April 1851

2&2 O singie dentleman. MorningNovember 11, at irpeast 11-0 olok prebsely an un. te young Man, W.:divar 0 11 (y .underwent the extreme *e ' infuation, by expiating attachmen to Mart Ann Galein -" t of the aitsrraiings of St. Ma - '.6huob? Islington. Ilb In the recollection of all p6i. frieids of the parties Who were *VJoi~e's party at Brixton, two years a9i,,that Mr. Pinknoy was there Ahfd thlt.first introduced to Mary SGaleto hom ho instantly began to diect particular attentions, dancing with her no loss than six sets that evening, and handing her things at supper in the most devoted manner. From that period commenced the in tima6y beween tiem which termina todi this mo-rning's catastrophe. Poor Pinckney had barely attained .Ai.s .twenty-eighth year; but there is i-eason to believe that but for rea sons of a pecuniary nature, his single life would have come earlier to an yntimely end. A change for the better, however, having occurred in his circumstances, the young lad v's frie...

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