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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 9 April 1851

,.k A, - 6 4! % -el TGHTS DEMOCRACY, -NEW. LITATUR E K!4 *1Y*. . WRAWkB, roprieotor. O an VOL. V. ~~SYMTE 1IVILLE, .C P I 9,,,.d -Tw& Dollara 1iihdvsed Ti o Dollaks and f -ftyocents at the 'exiration of six unonthg, or Three Dollars at the end of. the year2 , No ndpeardiscontinuel until all arreara . are paU, unles at the option of the 57A4vertisements inserted at 75 ete. per 'e~are, '(12 Iineor less,) for the first a;d half that sum. for each subsequent Ninertion. E OrThe number of insertion" tn be mark -ed on all Advertisements or. they will be published until ordere'd to be discontinued, -and.charged accordingly. rOne Dollar per square for a single insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Adver tisementsavillU'be charged the same. as a single 'nsertion, and semi-monthly the sailmo newon1es. Al Obituary Notices exceeding six linps, and.Communientions recommending Candidates fir-public offices or trust-or puffing. IElxhibitions, will be charged as Advertisentents. !'IrrRev; FRDERic Rus...

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. — 9 April 1851

From the e mw ota e - .od a b o preaclher, a6 - t -oessedof e gif~lted wit .him, pqc( r4 v-any. -: But-' upfortunately r.aped.eb undary of his laken- frund;*the- occup a. phohby a. character of so high is wcll patloulated to prejudice post ltorests, the dearest rights of j$cwnn-1d-the beautiful, the sunny (ulh. he TiCconclusions he draws, as tuof segeshion are wholly and ZV' ip j incorrect. kn st prove ruinous-the General rnment williput it down-Char rd the Stato will be ruined-all sacrificed-the green hills, the egl~ai plains, tho chrystal streams, d o cypress shaded graves efmouldering _ptriots, the, hearth-stone of the wife, .,tryting .treo of the daughter will be ,.Q.1e4 in blood. These are his con. sions. Nw let us examine them a moment. e wo might argue the right of tale to secede, but it is beyond 1hte because, when the conditions uqter which the States entered into . Union -are violated with regard to ''l r. of, them, the State injured is : b- ve d from her allegiance to the...

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. — 9 April 1851

Spring an6uue ,09 TheMunarari floW rsceiv 6i fiii 14PAM;I' STOCK OF.- OOD Which h Oflers to the )ublic at reducid6r0e-, seoznting in part as followef: . 1" -3 Plain EntAton dgiiami - solid Colors 8m1 erfino-Chin~," 4 Solid* Colors Orgaride Awns, 'rinted " .. Ethruidered " Mult ns-, WovoThread lao, Jaconet Edging, " inerting, Swiss Edging, 9" Inserting, Aphia L.ace Capoen, -Su'rliiin" " libbons Trimnied, Lttdics llaloonr sleeves, '- Needled worked Collars, " " - . Mourning; Carnation Braid *" IlarigeTg1rinnings, " lRibbon '*,' " Silk Pendants Trimmings, Neck Itibum ' " a llack and colored Kid Gloves, S-Silk Paramolp, " Cotton " t'rinted Muslins, ig uredl olid :" 4lumbray Ginghnmn, Brown and Drab Linen Drills, Blue Demins, Cotton Ades, Swis and Mull Muslins, Linen Cambrick Hankerchiefi, Marion Plaid and Striped Homespun, Marlboro " " " " Engllih Tong Cloths, Charleston 7.8 atid 4.4 Shirings, Graitville 7.8 and 4-4" DeKaib CUttoU Osnabun. , Spragues Fancy Prints Colors warrented, Vo ld...

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. — 9 April 1851

Wthe cridgea sier 1tory of NapoWeon upon the fLodi may be considered anmat remarkable achieve.. hat diatinguished his military o 1He was at that period lb ia WIkyear, and had but recently received $ coMmifsion as commander-in-riief ofthe army of Italy. Within the-brief K s"astof thirty days from the opening .-, hi, his first oampaig/ he had defrmed the Austrians at Montenotte, - il3kIclmo and Mondovi, ad compelled thetn to evacuate Piedmont, and retire to the oposite bank of the Adds. The Adds Is a rapid and doe) river, ahd is eraoaed at the town of Lodi by a wooden bridge called the "Bridge of'Lodi." On the left bank of this river the A ustrians, under the command of Beaulieu, a vet. eran of '76, halted and posted them. belves In their strength to arrest the progrs of the victorious Napoloon. They planted thirty piece. )f artillery upon the bridge, and statinied 12,000 infantry and 4,000 cava ry upon the groutnd to act iii etfectivo co-operation. ith such formidable means orderence...

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. — 16 April 1851

- . F :v* ' DEVTE TOSURENRGTS EOCAY WIM J. FR NCS. Prpitr CM-TOU4All'a OurC' atl VO sV9S IT R I L 4Sl'.A IIL* 16,9 it S;;. '/to Dollars in advance, Two Dollars and IFifty-cents at the ex )iration of six _1nonths, or Three Dollars at Lbe end of the yeai. No paper discontinued until all arrenra ges are paid, unless at the option of the Proprictor. 9rAlvertiseinents inserted at 75 ets. qper square, (12 lines or less,) for the first and h:lf that sum for each subsequent insertion. OJTho number of insertions to.be mark :edon all Advertisements or they ill be Ipublished until ordered to be discontinucd, and charged accordingly. TU~(0zne Dollar per square for a single insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Adver t:.c:nenls will be charged the same as a single iaerl.ion, and scii-nionthly the same as new ones. All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and Comunications recommendiig Candidates for public otlices or trust--or putli:ig Exhibitions, will be charged as Advertise mets. rrTRev. Fltulnta...

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. — 16 April 1851

Arrival of The Georgia. E3 IdiAYS LATER FROM CALIFORNIA. NEw Youx, April,7, 9 P. M. The steamship Georgia, Capt. Porter, ar rivedj hie evening from Havana, bringire W - the lifornia mails and sixty passengers, a bri kht by the steamer Falo.m. Tihe Fat. " tLoi 1eft Chagros on the 29th of AMarchand a owiing to tile non.arrival of the mails at 't Charges, she left before all the passengers Pr got across. There were a large number ob of vessels at Havana loading with sugar. Tlhio dates from Francisco are to Murch 11th. The Courior says that the 0 ellorts made by time Legislature to elect a c United States Senator, in Itace of Col. a" Fremont, have proved inef'ectual. When " the Convention first met, the prominent whig candidates were lion. T. Butler g King and lion. John Wethered, and the it. democratic candidates were Col. Fremont te) and Mr. 1leydenfelt. Mr. Wethered finally abandondd the contest, and it was narrowed down to the three others etmQd. After nearly 150 ballotings, the w C...

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. — 16 April 1851

lro:W'irs during the w - 'hen Gen. Brown hnd1( fallen ack from iho Falls of Niagarn, afler tin bat lt,.e of Lundy's Littl .rollowed by it Much rorce, hie hrew 'himtself' into Fort Erid whoe hee was esiegod -vithout other hopt ihn that sfcurded by the gintry of his nit comni , 11mtil reinlf'irced by troo.-ps ordered from Pnttsbur , n distance ol'some hundred miles. The besiegters made gradual approlches every night, by throwing 1ur teibankieti and diging entrench ments secured by fthe latrknes of te night. One night it ws discovered, by the sound oflatbor tnd other circum tanes, a thein rky had nipronched sn near oilt, tree, they could be driv n -oT sbefre letu acing their work, their fire would be xceedingly diastrou to our troops within t e fort. Gen. Brown nrAred haittery aier bgtery to open utpon to d e ithout ellot; owing to thle starkness of thle night no proper direc tion could he five to tihe shot. In this dilenna thie gallant Brooke volrun )tered to conrvev to the works oi t...

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. — 16 April 1851

tl e into d '1'1 who re mie tihund rn~11. iraiv era madeX gra i .1nto MN' rd i rro np throy1~o i VIAnt1 iz -' r4r o dirud rloai ip ista-anel f so nre 4q~Th~tta enl di ht bnt i -Y I1 ~ine6tjT iy the dairknesa or the,, nig Oncf iigitt' it wn' discoyere.. b tind 0f'labor and other circuim topproach i . r ihtingctheir work, their 4 exceedingly disastro to 04r ,, ;ithin the fori.. Gen-.Brovn itervp httery to Rkp upon n wit'iout flb:; owing to the irknosa6f3ue n1ight nor proper dire. & d be givcn to the shot. In titllen'tti thi gallant Bronko volun n ivev 'th e works o' the " hidarkifuntorn, withwhich lhe , i t a tree, hanging it some distance -iti~'og t)e enemy's mvork, leaving open Wainal1. apertute facing the fort, 01a.. -bling the guns to be put in proper range fitofwith predision on tih working M A few discharges only, were to drive them oftwiti a loss, $e fort. The siego was O hj niied by' a sortie, Wfk1-,N~h~4M allAht obli4er bore a con. D-Oa Un tudy th 7th is In tle faith of t...

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. — 16 April 1851

AM' Best of Tims,C is Now. hbro i a goort tlne corning, boy Ulto borden of tle Fong; Siltis the potry of yontit, 4enlul lifo tandc hope stru strong: when the Piun) of lif deelines, e crie, 'How clingeti are men! I'llign .Vro t so vi I,;,g . w e e n ts ies: I w as young The beSt of les wuas then.' 'Tliere is a goosd tittle Coming, foym,' Im true, enoitlglh, I trow-.. Anl Flys tile p ill. ttteloutled truth, 'lhre Is a good titte flow. Why not improve the premt, then, is' ero'er tie fotore lend. e.let enc paseioig uiOineut's lpnge, 110i 'proof of thought niui deed. 'Thero i a good tite crning, hoys,' AIakon innny a hietItenn youth, WthotIll forgets the present hour, 'lin rt, tle greateust truit, 'Phht ornil tine ninco eurtl begti, 'i'lio present ik for him Tilt ttge will poo)3 his polwers waste, Amd palsy minti an linb. 1"Tlern Is a good time coming, boy,.,' . Aliil nunty a ote hans paisse For rach loa his own good tiime, Amul will have to the last. Then tarry not, oh! enger youth, - l...

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. — 23 April 1851

DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS. M. J. fFRANCIs, Proprietor.TERR.-TW@ Deles P VOL. V. SUMTERVILLE, S. C. APRIL 23, 181. An Interesting Oriental Story. Vhe Modern Baroun-al-athaschd. In the dietrict of Ferdj Onah, Xlgeria, (which signifies Fine Coun -try) Dives a Scheik named Bon Akas-bon-Achour. He is also dis -tinguished by the surname of Bou. -Djenoni (the Man of the Knife) and may be regarded as a type of %the eastern Arab. His ancestors %conquered Ferdj' Onah, but he has been found to acknowledge the supremacy of France, by paying a yarly tribute of 80,000 francs. His dominion extends from Milah to Rabouah, and from the southern oint of Babonah so within two eagues of Gig-Il. He is forty-nine years old, and wears the Rahlve costume; that is to say, a woollen gandoura, confined by a leathern belt. He carries a pair of piscols in his girdle, by his side the Rahyle fisea, and suspended from his neck a small black knife. Bofore him walks...

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. — 23 April 1851

A .eeaapIiCt Depatlos - Etithe.N %w Yorkun. eff~i $wderer of I 4eTEMEN lN. 6 N .' W to decisio'n of Judge.:Woddbury S o laynigh, that there was.tin ground defre ilia the cgtiicato of Mr. Curtta. -0 rmanding Simms, preparations began to 1twindo to -convey .anm back. The brig sW Voh n hanled to the end of Lrnm i I Eaving been previously fitted up for In nmber of passengers. During t, urt House Square was tilled itb a crowd who were collected in khots, d' iig the matter, and uccasionally ;4=96g. at' the. officerd. There were a -ujnbr-ot, females ainoigat -tem. The *,roedlngs in and about the Court House re-closely %atched by the Abolitionists. At 6aitt three o'clock detachments of thcitt.watch to the number of 150, -,La ame Wth clhbs and hooks, were brought into the peighhorhood of Court Square. Tio.police force under Marshal Tukey, ame with short swords, assembled in the square. went through some evolutions. and fifly formed in a hollow square in front of "bside entrance to the Court-...

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. — 23 April 1851

Toeegaapiale Despatihes3 Fdr tho Now York'Sun. ~; 0OB*A esions thg. ur eder ,of ' Sims." - 9 SC17TEME NT 1NB0M0 T4A110" the decision of Judge :Wobdbury ' riday night, that there was nn grnund Abuitdrrere %% ith the cettlicato of Air. durts, remanding 8imms, preparations began to tio made to convey .im, back. The brig Ii, been hanled to the end of Long atrf, haviiig beei previonsly fitted up for An-atq ansmber of passengers.. During 'the night Court House Square was filled With a crowd who were col!ceted in khots, dileespi'ng tho matter, and uccasionally h6ootuig at the. officeed. There were a untimber of females anroagat- them.. The roceedings in and about the Court House Vere closely vat'clhed by the Abolitionists. At alioit three o'clock xietachments of the,city. ,%atch to the number of 150, armea With clubs and hooks, were brought into the neighhorhood of Court Square. Thepolice forco under Marshal , Tukey, withsihort sworde, assembled in the squhre. went through some evolutions....

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. — 23 April 1851

ltOWIW~A~ URoKr-MINISTER ARRIEST ED IN A PULI.T.---Tho;egociate4 Presby terian Chwrch, in Fraik tird; ROW nea Franklin-street, Kenaigton, was yesterdal the sceio'of tiawmostidisgraceful proceed ing which we have licOj.call upon to chron ic e for arong. tine. ptist, it appears th.a -lth congregation who formerly occupiet the church .have beqonme. divided amon1 thlmselves, and the tWo parties htve beer qnarrelliji as to who shall have possessior oftleipretiises. Yesterday morning, at ar earlyIhotir, some of the members called ai tho Kensington Station House, and statet that thoy.desired a number of officers to b< present it the church, as there. would t doubt be trouble. They were inf. rinet 4bat.itivas a rather delicate matter to ar. rest persons in chuch, and a warrant wai accordingly obtained from Aid. Shooma, ,7ket', forlhe Rev. John Lyon, on the charge of incitingto riot. At half past ten o'clock yesterday, servi. eo were commenced by the Rev. John Ly. n, but thero being a dis...

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. — 23 April 1851

n Xrohshth y "g the bay, On.. mMgtg My thousand giants snoringt O'er t"M e~tt and bog, On woly with Ceasetes7 jog, Every instant something new, Everyiowtit lost to v Ow; Now a tvem-now a steeple Nqw a ewd of gaping people N6* allow, now a ridge, low a eroiway, now a bridge. Grumb%,etitmbie, Rumale tutnble, Folett in a stow? C aueple, gaping people, Ught are lom to view. eye can survey l opsy-turvy. Giptmopey haut and mansion, alimpse of ocean's wide expansion, Glimps of ibundry and of forge, Climpm of plain and mountain gorge Crash g Flash along! On-on with a jump, And a bump, And a toll, thre.n to its destined goal! The Drunkard's Bible. "Mr. President,' said a short, sto man, with a good humored countenn and a florld complexion, rising as ti last speaker took his seat,-"L ha been a tavern keeper.' At this announcement there was movement through thn whole roor and an expression or increased interes "Yes, Mr. President,' he went on, have been a tavern keeper, and many glass I have s...

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. — 7 May 1851

WM. J. FRANCIS, Proprietor. C. O t(.. - -- S. - - - - 2 = --- - -- - e o UMTERVIL ES. O MA 7, 851 Prison Anecdote. In tho year 1834, a widow of good rottune (whom we 'shall call Mrs. Newton) resided with her daughter in ono of the suburbs nearest to the Metropolis. They lived in fashion .4abe style, and kept an ample estab lishment of servants. A very pretty young girl, nineteen years of age resided in this family in the capacity of laidy's maid. She was toleraly educated, spoke wit, grammatical correctness, and was distinguished by a remarkably gentle and fascinating address. At the time Miss Newton was en. gaged to be married to one Captain Jennings, It. N.; and Miss Newton ,(as many young ladies iii the like circumstances have dune before,) employed her leisure in embroidering cambric, making it up into handker. chiefs, and sending them and other .little presents of that description, to Captain Jennings. Unhappily, but %veey naturally, she mado Charlotte Mortleck, her maid, the b...

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. — 7 May 1851

W kOIC 'Daily Tribune, of the 22d inot.,ioAins the anouncement of the ar. est 4fa notorious gang of desperadoes, ;wvho have fo a year or.more ilfested'Jack. oM Couty, Michigan, ani by their lawless. nets reotered themselves a terror to all. Wo iriely, announced on Haturday, says the Tribune, the arrost of a gunig of men in ackon county, who were organized for thevmost nefarious purposes that depravity could sog eat. FAr the last year or two Mh etal Railroad Company haLve been' constantly annoyed along the line by per-. sons whose sole occupation seem# to be the placing of obstructions on lthe road, and otherwise destroying the property of the I eompany.--Some four weeks ago, however one of the persons employed by the Com-. t ipany obtained an inkling of th organiza. tion, and by adroit anagenent succeeded in working himself into the confidence of the ifiltiated. But before they would trust him to any .siderable extent, it was re nirod as proof of his allegiance, that he I should fir...

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. — 7 May 1851

trnit any injury. Whlintever it is tlint causes 1ho worin la deposited on the fruit during the process of lrying.-Southern Cuilira. Itr. 8CSENAToR JEFF. DAVtI.-Vo publish Ihe followingextract (.aV the Mississippi Free trader) 'rom a letter (if oir worthy Sena. lor to his constituwnts at Columbus, onl an utvitation tenderinLi him a dinner, and ap proving of his public acts I lonk forward with contidenie to the ac. tion 6f Missisiippi, and hope it will be aus. tained by general action in the Southl ; up. on which hangs unother hope, that the Un ion of the South will produce reaction in the public feeling or the North, and t 1 our constitutional Union may lie preserved, a monument mnore lasting than brass to the wisdom and virtue of our revolutinary N. thers ; and a temple of true liberty for pos terity through All endless ages. But if this (ondv cherished hope cannot he realised, the Union of th South will in any event on able ts to preserve the principles on which hur Federal Union w...

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. — 7 May 1851

(Protja 1ht London (,lob, April 15.j S4-1 0 1' . 1 11n . l A TI I It'N VISwLR. -'-Thl experinuent ow exhihaaas'l il Paris, liv whtia'h thedi l[ ruutationa of thlist' enuthi is remdersed patpable tle' settnst's, is one or ihii mn4t reinarkaibl of th lie mode ordlcnsieons of theorv. Aith-ongh the det'imnslrution by whichith roat aiion sX Olt thaa rhla i has ben ali h such as to varrv at convictiorn it) Ill.. t i..n & ail -who a1re cap elis' #f comiarehlmaaliig J;, to whichli nothing canl h iatigmai'el toa ad(c itier force, or cliiarness. tmt v.r theluss eve-n the naltural philosohla'r himseirlcannot regntroi ths presenaat I'x. erien..wthut '-lins f profhuII1 interest ati a.islr-iacir , mid to th. great mais, to whomi the caompli:nte l physical phenomenn hv which ie io tation of' the arlh his been staniish ed are iicomiprelhenasibale. this exp ri. me-no is inivinbmlle. At the, centr.e of the damine of the Patlieon a fire m ire' is Oltat ed, fromea which a sphe're of 11m-tl 1, our o...

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. — 14 May 1851

n Advance.A V . SR I DVTiDTSOTENRIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, N~EWS, LITERATURESINEADTEARS . WM-l. J. rFRANCIS, Proprietor. 44 6010-41 IDI InjtV Advance.' VOL. V. SITRITEIIVILLE, SO 'Us M1AY 14, IS51. The Factory Girl. BY T. 8. ARTHUR. There was something wrong about the affairs of old Mr. Bacon. His farm, the best tilled and most pro ductive in the neighborhood, began to show evidences of neglect and un fruitfulness; and that he was going behindhand in the world, was too ap parent in the fact, that, within two years lie had sold twenty acres of good meadow, and, moreover, was under the necessity of borrowing three hundred dollars on a mortgage of his landed property. And yet, Mr. Bacon had not laid aside his habits of industry. le was up, as of old, with the dawn, and turned not his feet homeward from the field until the sun had taken his parting glance from the distant hill-tops. A kind.hearted chcerful-minded man was old Mr. Bacon, well liked by all his neighbors, and loved by his own house...

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. — 14 May 1851

t~ti MTE BNNER. - nterville, So. Ca. IRICHARDSON, - ' a W2F. B. HAYNSWORTH, EntTous. WEDNESDAY, IAY 14, 1851. 7" ssrs. A. WHITE & Co., are r Agents for the lanner in Sumterville. V Te Market. d -CoTToN.-Tho Cotton market in Char- t lebton was quiet on Saturday lust. Sales i 700 bales at about previous prices. The i transactions were at extremes ranging from c 7 to 10 3-4. Fair quality 10 1-8c. t -Vo feel assured that no apology need be i made to our readers for the space which I we havo devoted in this number to the va rious proceedings of the Convention. No I .subject. connected with our weil.heing as a people, can at this day so fully claim the in lerest of Carolinians as that which his teen deliberated upon by this Convention. It is not a question the ,'eision of whirl will temporarily aiflect the State, which will merely advance or retard her in her coursei of prosperity ; but it is one of liberty, of honor, of existence; for without hherty, auch as we have been nectstome-1 ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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