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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 29 December 1841

wtch te resolutiou OropOs 10 reduce. chaSges the State with an iuteresror x i per cent, and-is to be loaned out 1o individ uals, sulject. to all the hazards of baul'ing i operations. 5. Because.ihe borrowing of money on the public credit to land out to indlividuals whether by means of a bank or otherwise, is a policy dangerous to the best iatere.t.s ofthe State and contrary to the principlcs of Republicdn Government. 6. Ilecause the property ofevery citizen, of tbe country becomes pledged to pay the public debt,udt ,whlen money raised by i 1mans of such debt i% loanied out to indi- I viduals, every ci-izen of the Stu is virtu- I ally made the intlorer of the notes of tile favored few to whom the money is luatied. 7. Becausc thelsauk of the : :hena firsit etatblished. was bansed upon luids I which the State had acquired as actual I cpital. the loss upou which, through ban- I king operutionss. could only uzlket surh ca p. ital without injury to the public treasury : but the new policy...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 29 December 1841

tP ~ECTUS, pow roUaTS VoLUNK Of. TUE .L FAGNOLIA. T HE December number closes the 3d Volume of this p'riodical. and in cal lig the attention of-our friends to a new vohume.it is our happiness to state, ahat having overcome, in some measure. the dif*icul*iesincident m the transfer of onr -work from the interior to this city. and other changes, we are naw enabled to as aure our subscribers that the "sLagnolia." is placed upon a permanent roundation its eireuition is efttabilished.naid its cronin uanceseenred. Toeff'ect this mare eer. lainly, one-half of the '-ork has been dis posed of. under -ucih terns and csntracts as willpiksentially suh. rve its iterest. It will4hencefortm. he ienued iti tn etil.rged form, having a makonily addition (f 16 pa ges handsomely prited on superwor pat per. matkinr,. at the el--se of ie. year. a toleame- (i ne-rly $O ....itii- tolamted pa ges. It wvill h,-~1uect.ally issued, positive arrangement. u that re'ect have been made nih the publi.her. and the m:...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 5 January 1842

"We will cling to the Pillars of the Tenpic of our Libertiss, a" we wil Perish amidst the fuus.f 'ANDCUETO Mk~di'la our uane2 S C 7 BDEWIELDa ADVERTISERs BY W. F. DURISOE, PROPRIETOR. TERIS. Three Dollars per annum, if paid in edanat-Three Dollars and Fifty Cents if not paid before the expiration of Six Months from the date of Subscription an&'Four Dollars if apt paid witbin twelve Month. Subscribers out of the State are eq ired to pay in advance.. No subscriptip' received for loss than one year, ad no paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. except at the op tion.of the Publisher. All subscriptioni will be continued un fois otherwise ordered before tbe expira tion of the year. Any persoC proc.urini five Subserisers and becoming responsible for the same, ehall receils the stiIth copy gratis. uertisemnts conspicunusly inserted at 6& eqots per square, (12 lines, or lesr,) or the first insertion, and 431 ets. ror each continuance. Those published monthly. or quarterly ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 5 January 1842

f over eieaten milions the numbers engaged in mmn actures and trades of all hinds, was only 791000. Deducting from this the mecbaoles, wb wer as much op. pressd by the system asthe agriehun sts, hour= 8m asnumber were left wb were, fiends of the manufacturing inter est. caled the people of the United States, nde-wben-s -the other classes Of the e manity were to be taxed, under the pretence ofencouraging American in dustry. What righ: had the Government li tal one portion of the people for the ben 0 doasotherl When gentlemen told him that Europe had done it, Vhen they Point ad out the example of the rotten, festering, a&d corrupt systems of F.urope, that were - ing down their people to the dust, to Efollowed by this free and happy coun bt- be would turn from it with scorn. It was our duty to act upon nobler principles. -ft , our tduty to legislate for the happi a nd prosperity of the whole country, and not seek to beuefit a favored class, by ressi all the rest. He denied that Pgl...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 5 January 1842

fsas qf Akaia.-To female ser- . a. Wte property of Jdge Stanard, of Rich- 1 niend. Va.,has ~ y been decayed off fro c their master by a northern abolitionist, and ta ken from the very beart of the city of Rich- i and, on the Rai Road to Philadelphia. i he is oeIb theimost barefooeidobberies we I ,eollet over to have read of, and which calls i lumay for serious investigation by the authori ies di Virginia, and that for:hwith-for as lotg as it is sutiered to go unnoticed, it gives them renewed energy and enc.,aragenment for the .,misuio. of snuilar crinses. They. me among us in the South.into our fami with all the hospitality imaginable, and no sooner is their welcuoo reception observed by them than they, by tkeir persuasions and cun ning inducemaenta. entice our slaves to leave their owners, with the promise of freedom and equality. We have. in common with th press gesteahly, from time to time. warned the slave. holders of the South. of the danger to be a prehandad from these fanatic...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 5 January 1842

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Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 12 January 1842

'I "~~~~We wiU ling to the Pillars of &be Temple of our LibertkS i I inial uU VOLUME V-11 EDGEFIELD ADVERTISER,, air W. F. DURISOE, PROPR IETOR. T ER M S. Three Dollars per annum, if paid in advane.-Threo Dollars and Fifty Cr-io if ont paid before the expiration o % Months froin the date of Sobirr ),t1.; and ForDollarsif not paid w; n V - Months. Subscri!r'ot of th L? r alzoid to paei osubscriptiu-i e'i one ye'r, and no paper di coatir. all arrearapOs are paid. *xCe - tion of the Publisher. All sfmhscriptions will Ie ,'ii' n.1 less otherwise ordered l,.fore Ine - . tion of the year. Any person procuringr Iva i .11 r and becoming rosponsible fur th - -i.-e shall receive the sixtb copy ;-aut:s. Advertieents conspiicuousY -n-btr--d 624 cents per squarc, (12 line.s, or It. . for the first insertion, and 131 ets. Ior c:,c; continuance. Those published mnonthiy. or quarterly will be charged $1 per squ are for each insertion. Advert isements not having the umber of insertionq marked on...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 12 January 1842

ACTS PASSED AT TII LATE SESSION S. U. LEGISLATUR E. AN ACT to extend the righ't of challenge to Juror. 1. Be it enacted, by the Senate and House of Representauves. now met and sittig in General Assenbly. aud by the authority of the same. That bereafter. in all civil cases iu which a jury 'shall be imn panneled, before they shall oc charg-lailth the trial of any issue, each party shall Wave the right tchallenge, w ithoutcause alhuwti two of d.e Jury so impunaoNled.; and in all criminal case, in the Courts of Gene ral Sessions, wherein cballenge without cause is not aflowed by law, the defendant shall have the right to cltallenge, without cause sbow. two of the Jury. before they are sworn to try the traverse; and the pla ees of the Jurors so challenged, shall be supplied as now provided by law for com pleting a panuel. AN ACT to prevent the Eiancipatiou of Slaves, and for other purposes. 1, Be it enacted, by the Senate & Ilouse of Representatives, now met audksng in General Assemb...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 12 January 1842

By the Muit*ifle Paper we reev ed infgmation of the sudden death of the lute Teasurer of Georgia, Col. ThoMas llayn,-s. on the morning of the 3rd inst. by appoplezy, in the ftly..ixth year of his age. The Federal Union of the 4th inst. contains the followingbrief inkh of time or ices of this valuable ofirer and god citien. whos loss will be severely felt by o ist State. - Col. Ilaynes was a Virginian by birth, but bas resided in this State from his child hood.--Endowed by nature with a power ful mind and with snanners suited to the democratic principles he hits ever chertsh ed: few men have exerted more imflucnce on the public mind than le.-His zeal and activity as a ncutbor of the Legislature, to which be was for mauy years returned from Hancock county, and his services as Trea surer of the State in which ofice ho died, bear testimony of the confideuc-: tho peo ple reposed in him. For several years past the Standarl of Union has owed to his ge nius the lacy and soul stirring articl...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 12 January 1842

P4ROSPC''US. * vonas 559ot, o J4UIRNAL. - ;, IE pablication of thisJournalwill be cinued-the Second Volume com tmeneing on theist of January, I842. It will be issued in numbers of sixteen pages each, three times a month-on tho first. tenth and twentieth-.instead of the first and Bftsenth, as hithert; thus furnishitng our Subscribers with the -same amount of Matter. and .sealig them about Aivff the postage. It will contiitue to be the on compromising advocate of the principles and practice of the Thomusonian system, which tends, as we believe, to the best temporal interests of the bumnn family, in instructing themin the art of preserving health and prolonging life; and will we trust, contribute its share in the progres site march of Medical reformation now taking such rapid strides in every section ofour beloved country. Our best ener gies shall be devoted to render it one of the nost useful and entertainiug publications i. the kind now publishing. -TERams: Subscripdon price for a si...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 19 January 1842

4- -5 -OPo *4% atulWe il Perish mds the Dalns. -n. 1 8r -A .AN. -IE . EDGILD ADV*TRYSR ST mae~:,Pa.1a aJ4 & === - W. P. 00M4g1. Pit,0-PRIET ' ;. M tur o toi p W p Ih ov if erontoftheState are 'Wubsci 4o roes 92s th one- year, ana no paper itseopt1ne'd mu as arrearages a ept atbe tia of the Puh Alt sahscription 1 bco'ti10e les~s ihdriseo~rdgtfore the ex 4 tio tfid Oyar. . perso procrng live Subscri il becoanutMg resgpdssible for the . shall receive th'esat copyiWt42 .. N Joertiseseat ff8onpir-noislfinaet cents per'siaaf t linesf or lee,) for thq.iI isrtionm, ,43 etc. foreach coMMUiGoUace. T'ose .Itished monthly. oq igl wilb h Elp~~ re for agh s 'ioa. . veitisment 0not bana tue a i of insertbonr marked on temn, will be cotijuned antil ordered "@ot, ad. char' accoringly. All eqdanu (ion addreissed to the be promptly and strictly attended 1b -~ -7-4 *R - ro -roS ascon , -JOURNAL*4J T HE'publiftlion uf.thitaaPurnalill be coitsoned-ethe Secondl Vola Ni04ing on theis, of January. . Swi...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 19 January 1842

Santa fe-a ture of the *L_ ON edizp ion conrfiem Iudignity Wtt an Consal and the resident Amer in Santa paiful telkgence nta Fe, and news cuo . firmatory of the capture of the reaas e - dit lou x EuiDzs Ics, Dec. [6. taij tr,--We. hav new agaiU =n I west, but of aaelancholy nature. Signor Alvarez, our Amercan Causul in New lesx'i,,willhidA or six other gentle mea, arrived here day before yesterday, qft a tedious tri of fifty days from Su. ta'Te. 'They a -re much ~anoyedwith cold weather and snow, shrouglaut nearly "twbuoleroute. 'Thecompany consisted of tweh~e or fifteon when they left Mexico: Avm, of these separated frein the party about 300 uiles fron here, and took a more southern route to avoid the cold. Of tie uestagaeaGermau from thiseeighborhood, were frowna to dath; three Puler. are at "oUOR Wee4Fork, one so much Irozen: .tat' he -canot travel. one sick, and the thirl compelled to remain and keep the -two tmm staration. They had some %mules left in their pemsessiun by Mr. Al...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 19 January 1842

a "Pw ~tF~iL Was rpaid, - is wot admitted aso 'ig*be And further - 0 werM to wit. to increase the the Bank, and so it is ated, else loans are ,n. the Bod. outl tzken up; the fre loan bi-r te( years, a"d - run twentv e tihiriv yars, leaving the Bank ten and -e wny yea.& - Because. the statement of the security 4 dade forAfect. and gives no informatom oeessed by the the Legislature, whc drfi ibe money to become part of tb Sank, and of course secured as othercapi 4 Bicautw, the5th ground is a mere stract proposition. not disputed by say-one and quite idle at this time, wbp the Stan ha.alreadyborrowed Owe end out and'has created a Bank a mortgagied pay ber- .esid, ml it kl -adieb = 8 to boweo" PJon the gedral ~ .d oarni Bak o o. ly "9 .06a.n..aabtesa and me ilaanics ulab. itaate.-bau to subscribe a 'she , talsMijidone $MU)t:a Rail Ret ; 800,0W to py in advan Road Ofbares, 'aod a plh they publie laith fmr two mil MOregi .ct company-of ladividu. 1 'by the advice asio co-opeat e of tho...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 19 January 1842

* se lin.Nffttane ' t 14CA ~ dy'fJa 1)'fly - to~e the~ reh ket 2 Lsilany to .k ua tike. J orjI ook '3 3)c~lcordon Allen' C~lirk" A it oesNo~.Asl ~r~U~is ~i Ogilvie~na3. PSS r Bsu E~ u, ke M Foig i - OgiSpun. HS 1" r Glatcnck.trath r.un E~~l JoAzW Hol,.. ie6 WnL1 Es IT' Gric. 12 -1cP 3. R3tole 3 Johnston; 2t ixteoi W Surp.. ,Oivr & Bveawn,s k.Stat.. r Ilatche,.iuriudwe To ofn. two - ili EW crW li rJ i su n (4111t o U er of 1Aln'..1c Cos~ 2.du tott whs odlr sM Jfmi Of.11. 1;ryit~f.(ile? d 1 1Vcolbfut .3~ll enly S:l 6'z. il.tofrelb t ta6~g iCE.vo of. hernm omid' Olivteyrioo ifztLtso tilernrin tim pimi 4a sair T-isn 'Nos. 1151: M21' 3.-a ol', 54.1.:ta 15.daf''. 139.a 1W. 161aa.r ~~ w nd Si t 102, h-u o- Neiai by1 Clon tur Jthe ijI thu by ut of~i mir s. - twt!a.d the wta two sIl3Wbor~a~ wit. l6tt ,. me rac wtWan a tr thm~ To%:. lt. ~i.~ th aqdmil two piquarms. 'vis~ tfrmthou saore Nperiy. ini th.- Viciniy Iat 1&1nmhtaa',. lei bmncaagflr. Sisultz'&F1tto4pl, sAlwre goual. convi...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 26 January 1842

0.~- ,, - * ~ .*~- r F j$E~~2*A ' . We wi1, ll g to the ]Files of do. Temiple of our LlbaierO mUwW' V OLU1IVIEV1 VA &g V~V-UU~ t 4uit EDGEFIELD ADVENTISED, ST W. F. DURMdE. PItOPRENR . TER S. Three Dollars per annumw f paid ii advance--Tiree Dollars and Fifty Cent if not paid before the. st iratlon of Si M-nths fironu the date-of Sub'iription an-I our Dollars if not paid within twelv Months. Seueriberotitofthe State ar requir4to pa int'adeaIce. - o- sOiscripton received for less thai oe sear, and no paper di-seontinued uni all arrearages are paid. except at the op tion of the. Publisher. All .ubscriptiou4 will he confinned in l.S.otherwise ordered before the expra tioaf the year. Any persol procritig five Sthscrjher and becomi~g resp'aisible forthe same shalu rocoive the sixth copy grnaia. Adaertisemxaz conspicwuinsly inserted ai . cents per square, (12 .lines, or lest, for the first insertion, and 431 ets. for eaci coatitauaom. rtse publshed monthly or quarterly wilt be clar6cd...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 26 January 1842

S4-2 k.w *s hahqaet [o and th wear. Unter -' -patl y~etl an.lemnt whieh en. -a theyolO It. is ~vious that the pro ~mobe and mahCtieng. waraleek iagu wate Ojily ~ n tof hsd. u betsoa. -s t w ies; that he willr leek's camp asd let hi.i tro . od. g we mst say - nowbagiteftbas worked well - al . ap ae tos tat bs .fully tiB fo~llog nt - . -Our orsodn at Plt . bi relLa ere at in mt so s a all in-hopes that the "5e a cadm. Swndoubtes - d it ather to be Ad dia.star eoi by n a bshmeaselS bly do ss ur-5 nt outbreak vntyo does not seem t the lep t1le'ards'of the gal tieasdroeed hepromp uotatiaio 3rahn.,t'qurrc or aey of-b th at Ifnty wo u jstv dayrX s itO Ilet. - -month, with companies "B .lsry, leflt :yteI - (e : accomps Smith 'n ~ enrose sfmd lli. A 'd or igaO l - and s t~oceed itr canoes and ther i y he ote co -' ~opeSdagB with Lieut. C Riley,j n a sogetAef with their chic tbe arch band a7leek Tustemgge, r now known beosereted on the ens P bank of th St. Johns. Eas-r F at , ad 8 The news fr...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 26 January 1842

gbt gsemsev. VOGFIELD C. H. - W qs~oAsATa JA&UAaT 9A, 1842. NM &eL-In oar columns to-day will be ound the Report of the Commissioners ap pointed at the late session of the Legislature, ibr the opening of a Road from the town of Hamburg through Beach Island, accompanied by the remarks of the editor of the Hamhurg Journal. We feal gratified in finding the Coin missioners have so promptly executed the duty asgigned them.and hope om neighbors in Ham burg will be greatly benefitted by this improve uneut to their fourishing town. James Kuykendall, Esq. has been re-elected Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for York District. Apportioeat.-The Baltimore American says: e we learn frm Washington. that the Se lect Committee have reported WM00 as the ra tio of repremtation in the House of Reprcen aves, caisdn qf slmakeadrs.-A Convention of Slaveholders convened at Annapolis. Mary. land, on the 13th int., to devise measures for strengthening the slave institutions, and net traliaing the ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 26 January 1842

-he IhaN - - -o jom Dowms " by ae., 'f wattee.hs a ogcan in their employ had made wlay wijth a considerable amount of Money beongng-to the Arm. The firm, Mennr. * - q ut 4 a en, isisted upon know* - a be jtd 'dune with it,. when he told. Ie had list it by gmbling. T save a criminal prosecution against him erlqhe agreed to te I whers the difterent gambling establishments were, and also to give a list of those who visited them. se that witeesses might he obtained. TAiis wa% done, and we perceive by, the Star. that the prosecution" are now in Progress. An incident occurred soon afnfer the disclo surogf the names, which created soseo thing of a breeze. A'igtdemian whoise nane tas on the list, feltAhat behad.bee:n muckxtggived byshaving his name thus made public, aiad his deeds blazmnend to Ahe world. H4 ittempted to sake the law inthl.is. hands, and with a cowhide proeseded toahe store of Messrs. D, &A. abd commenced a flagcellation of one of the partners. He met with poor success, ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 2 February 1842

-VW Ar. -e - I* - t 1thd rh ae to 1k i- th N iar npas paper I ieont n ed until M an Kr paid. except at the 2P .ablisher. . . to -el1,,ght 5 wil beontinued en A- .ordered before the espira -es -& . tion of the yer.* Z e scriber A6 7 .on procu K bie fo si sae gaa becoming r**po*~l o~i0sw nahlf rebeive the sibtb cop ed at - - beetisests consS i r esd 62A nts Pe' sA 12 . ro lesc for theirst iestteiN~(or . ih cansianance. T -c - or quarteri 'ill be charge S1 per for Ge IfherUOn. q Advertisemenits 3~I1the, oi f lw 0eas out.d charged4eOL d to 11111(immuniIa 0 Vlureed' . amate promptly and Editor post Upr - iA POCKET. Greiwer by er ahd uear, c ihiefest. d nobk't part, y real dignity thou art, My Pocket r 'What =Mw it ho0w teare or Seek wean distinctiona5 al demp ii thee aldetrS meit ltr.e MyP th truthuamh When I was poor and Tompkins fine, Why was I never asked to 'line? Alas! alas! the fa-lt was thine. My Pocket! Or. if I made a morning call. Whyv did I shaver in the tall? This was my ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 2 February 1842

" Erttcs-4*r - r dw ad Money MVe is- p) ofteCotton Brokers- it rnc"Chambers-Speeck it intel gece from iad Syria-sae of Tratoe caarkets, M. Ti.. rojal Mail Steamer Britannia, & Capt. Hieiu, arrived at Boston last eve ning at 5 o'clock. Our. ever faithful f'rien., Mr. Roberts. of the Boston Times, promptly despatched an Express locomo tivo with our papers. which reached Prov idence at 7 o'clock, and there conneetd t %with the steamboat New Haven, CupJ i I Dunstaid, which brought our etpress through. and arrived here at half past 6 this morning. We have full files from London to the 3d, and Liverpool to the 4th inst. -The news will be found highly interesting and important. The aspect of financial and commercial affairs is decidedly more favor able than was generally anticipated, as will be seen by reference o the state .of the markets. Foremost in importance is the intelli gence of the appointment of Lord Ast buiton as a special Minister to the Unied States, for the purpose of 'In...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
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