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RAMBURG, SOUTft CAROLINA.
ij 1-. undersigned begs lave to inform his
T friends and the public in general, that
this Hotel has undergone thorough repair, and
that he is now prepared for the receptionaind ao
commodation,of amen Borders., as well as
Travellers and Transient
lie would observe. that those who may faivor
him with a call. shall find themselves agreeably
and comfortably provided for. His iabl is sup
plied with all t e substantial reuisiates good
. . mq,gether with every delicac d varety'
that the markets of Augusta an- amburg can
afford, with the attention of adiseraxnits and a
Adf Aostler. His Bar is stoied with liquors
of e choicest kind.
With the confident assurance of giving full
satisfaction, he solicits his old friends, and the
public in general, to favor him with a call.
Drovers can be accommodated with #f ables
and lots for stock.
De 15, 1838 t'-f46
The Greenville Mountalneer,and Pendleton
andisend thena sccbunte'ro thel=shir=-Ad il
Hamburg. A. K.
HAMBURG, S C.
HE Subscriber takes great pleasure in in
J forming his friends & the public general.
I that he has opened his largi and commodious
oust-, and will be verv thankful to them for a
liberalshare of their patronage. He flatter, him.
self, ths from the experience ofgthe Lady who
has charge of the domestic affairs of the Hlouse,
also his Servants ai:d Hostlers, togetherwith his
own will and disposition to please, that general
satisfaction mnay be given. The situation of the
House affords i convenience,particularly desira
ble to persons who may have business to attend
to. or who may wish to take the Rail Road Car
for Charleston: and his Stable lots are large and
well prepared for the accommadation of Gentle.
men who may have Stock for saile.
G. W. MAYSON.
Oct.24, 1838 tf 38
Village Property for Sale.
Will offer for iale, on
the first Monday in
January next. to the high
ent bidder, the lioeu in
the Village of Edgefield,
now occupied by SMarH &
Faauaxa as a Dty Good Store. Psession to
be~given in a few days. Teamsb one'and two
years credit, with note and approved security.
B. A. WALL,%CE.
* Dec. 18, 1838 e 46
NOFFFER at private sale,
m5 ny Residence, in the
corporate limnits ot the town
of Edgefield. There arec18
acres of land, on which are
a go"od l)welling Hlouse. re
contly repaired anid imcproved, and all necessa
ry out-buaildlings. The terms will be made ac
ebmniodatting to an app,rovedl purchaser. For
further pairticuilars apply on the premises, or at
mny office. __GEO. POPE.
Dec 0,I . d 45
A NID for sale by NIe IlOLSON &.PRES
LEY, one cask good fresh CIhEESE.
A few fine Diouble barrel Percussion Guns,
"" "Single '* do.
Also, a good assortetnt Men's fine Saddles,
Bridles,, .ilartinegales, Bridlo Mountings, &c.
Also, a splendid assortment Croc kcry and
J)ec. 18, 1838 tf 41'
Cloaks andi Overconts.
L ADIES' Cloaks &Men's Overcoats made
up and for sale.
. COT INGuof all kinds made ngo
at the shortest tnotice.ingd
NICHOLSON & PRESLEY.
. Dec 4, 1838 tf 4
Insproved Surgeoms' Trtusti
FOst the radical eure of H ERNIA, invenmted
by H r.aF. CwAsE. M. I). Philadelphia.
(wearranted te cure.) All orders bymail or other
wis will be promptly attendd to. Add res
eitheur D)r. II. BURT.
Dr. M. LA BOR DE,
D, E. J.miuMS,
V.dgcefield C. H. B'. C, tf 21
El Have the pleasure of informing our
W riends anid thre public in genepral, that
the exercisea of these 1nstitUtio,. will recom
mence or& 2nd Mot,day in January next.
To meet the increasing patronage of this De
partment, we have added another Tencher, it
will therefore Oe condticted it future, under the
joint control Of Mr. JAncs LOWSLt, our former
Teacher,and Mr. Wzi.LIAM C. MoRAoN,late of
the i--olish Academy; both graduates of the
S.Caroiia College, ind experienced Teachers.
Engish Mak Deartment.-This Depart
mient will be under the nanagement of Mr.
JA4-s GILaS, a gradutie of Franklin College,
and of several years experience in teashing.
emale D rtmusit-Will be conducted by
Mr JA8.M. E Rn(llandyd,andAil O'IARO,
late of the Sumrerville Academies. distingiished
alike for their literary qulaificalions. and ex
rienee as Teachers. Mrs. Fenn and Mims o
Haro, the forner distinguished as a Musical &
French teacher, wid the latter .in Puimiings.
I'heste bra chles will tiherefore he taught in the
most improved aid perfect system.
The Public will discover that we are incur
ring can iitmienhe expense for the benefit of the
youths ol'the comtry, and all we ask is anm ex
aininatiovi into the merits of our, Institutions,be.
lieving that they will lie patroniz--d if known.
For we are bold to assert that in no one point
tare our Schoolk surpased by any in the South
erim States. No Studenit will be adaitted into
army ofthe Schools.uiless lie comee recomusen
led by a good moral character, and iWl.e comes
from another School, he shall firing with him. a
:ertificate of his character and standing. A
chap-1 is now buildieu in the ilace, in onded
ror the exclusive henefitof the Schools. Terms
if board and I'tuition are as moderate as else
where in this District
E. R. CALHOUN,
L \RKIN GRIFFIN,
TIIOMAS B. BYRD,
Greenwood, Dec. 15 183 ' 46
' E, the undersigned, invite the attention
ofthe Publi, to the new regulations in
lie Classical School-at Greenwood. Abbeville
District S. C. IVe have agreed too take charge
>ftis Academy in connexion, and. privided
we can obtain a sufficient share of the Public
atronage, we expect to continue together for
leme years. We will give inalnctions in all
he branches requisite for entering the South
warelina College or any other in the United
Itates. The prncipnilorthese will be the Greek
and Lain Languageii. Mathematics. History
nd Geograh . Composition, Declaimation.
10. a swe atYwaiwti Sge
es, that each. one of us can devote his excln
ive attention to particular braiehes, we flatter
Ilmrselve that they will be thoroughly tausght.
We pledge ourselves to use our tmnost efforts,
lot oily. to facilitate the progress of onir pupils
n their mdien. but also,to instil into their minds,
orrect principles of m,ira'ity
W. C. MORAGNE.
J. L. LESLY.
Greenwood. Dee 1.1 I-"A e 46
1 1Lexercises of this Institution will I.e re
suimed on the iecomd Monday in Jaimarv
text, under the care of the Rev. 1i-iain i.
Ffurrias, as Principal and Classical Teacher, amid
%Jr. Abraham Cunningham. as Teacher of the
le Trustees feel no hesitation in saying,
hat these gentlemen are as competent to the
lischarge of the duties of their respective de
'artmens, as any tis he found in the upper
:muntry, -nd that they will spare no pains to con
inue to merit the high stand, whic-h has bmeen
awarded to lemt) as Teachers.
As the impression abroad, respecting the
l-alth of Abbevi-le District, is unfavitrable. we
lerm it necessaury to say. that Lowneeville
Lad its vicinity, are us healthy as any section of
lie ip per country The Village iW.-ituated on
,ig and dry ridge, remote from any standing
water, as weIl as all causes of disease; it must
herefore continue to he healmhv.
In point of morality. we b--lieve it is geier.
illy conceded, tha tIfere is no section ifeotin.
ry more exelmipt, from all induce, ment to vicistis
mbits, than this. We would hazard the aser.
ion. ihat we stand unrivalled in this partieular.
Exedlent Boarding eai he- had ii. the Village
and vicinmy. tat $S per tonith.
The School will contintue the cmmon Scho
The Classics, $16 per session.
The Natural Sciences, 16 e. c
English Grammar, Geog- c
Reading, Writing, Aith- 6""
D)r. A. B. A RNOLD, Pres. B. Trne.
" W. R. SA NDERS, Vice Pres.
W. C. COZOBY, Treasurer.
J. MOFFET SIMPSON, Truistees
S. J. SHIACKILEFORD,
By order of the Board.
3. G. C \LDW ELL, Secretary.
Dec 19, 1838 c 47
The Pendletoni Messentger, and the Weekly
Chronicle &. Setinel, nf Augusta, wvill copy
the above three timnes, anti forward their ac
cotnnte for envmnent.
A LL persons are forewarned from tnading
for a niote of handI for One Thousanad Dot.
airs. ,iited by Jouts M.Aasm. payable at sixty
dlavs fromi the 1ath or l4th~ of November to the
llaombuirg Bank, payamblo. to thme order of Dlaw
soin 'ba iuon, Alford Hfolley,anid L. J. Trottt,
hIinld-erms. Trho above note wvas lost or mispla.
ced h.1 A. Hlolley. JOHIN MARtSII,
L. J. TROTTI,
16.818 dl 4-t
' ~Ol.12ID hefore me by E. S. Maya, a
. stray Horse, taken tip byhim at his 'plan.
taition. near Horn's Creek etleting House, otn
the itIth inust.--hay color. mhiotut I5 haneds high,
10 or 11 years ole, bald face, three white feet,
right arm roan, appraised at 6ifty dollars.
OBERT WVA'T-r, .J Q
South Carolina Legislature.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
FRIDATr Dec. 14. 1838.
Six O'CLOCI, P. M.
Mr. Perry called up the report of the
comnitee of Ways and Means. on a bill
to nuthorise the South Western Rail Road
Bank to establish Branches and Agencies
in this state, and the bill was read a see
ond time. and ordered to the Senate.
The Report of the committee on In
corporations, op the petitions of sundry
vitizens Of Cheraw and its viciuity, for
the establishment of a Rail'toad from the
NorthCarolina line, to Columbia, bv way
of Cheraw. and on a bill to incoiporate
the Metropolitan Rail Road Cmupany,
was agreed to, anvd the substituted hilT,
under the above title, was read a second
time, clause lby clause, amended and or
dered to the Senate.
The Report of the Committee on Ways
a1 Means on a hill to atithorise a sub
ucriptioni il behaif o the State, to the
South Western Rail Road Bank, was
:,ken up for the secont4 reading, and read,
clause by clause. Mr. Elinore proposed an
anmendmneit to the 3rd section, providing
that the amount subascrihed be raised by
issing State Stock. Mr. Memminger op
posed the atendmitent, and advocated the
Iassage of the hill, which was also sup
ported by Messrs. Desaussure, Perry and
A. W.'I honmson, and opposed by MeAmrs.
Colcock and Bellinger The following
motions were then made; By Mr. Bellin
ger, to postpone the till to the 1st January:
withdrawa: By Mr. Elmore, to lay the
hill on tie table, and print his amendment;
rejected: By Mr. Colcock, to strike out
the enactitng clause,negatived. On the
question of sending tie bill to the Senate,
Mr. Elmore called for the Yeas and Nays
which were ordered by the Hou-, and
were Yens 60. Nays 46,
So the bill was ordered to be sent to the
The Senate met pursuant to adjourn
Mr. Huger submitted the report of the
commuttee on incurporations. on the ro
port of the committee of the House, on
the hill to incorporate the Pendleton Man- I
ufacturing company; ordered that it be u
placed among the orders of the day.
onih-F-O"? dd.Ae.ognt,e '1
litan Rail Road company; ordered that it
be placed among the orderma of the day.
Mr. AI,ton submitted the report of the
comimlittee On Banks. on the bill framu the
ihouse, to authorise the South Western
Rail Road Bank to esiablihh Bramnches
and Agencies imn this State; ordered for
con,Aideration fan Mondav.
Mr. Glover submittedI a Resfolutiol an
thorizing the Chair to nootminate coimnit
tees of inmlection for the Bank orf the
State or South Carolina, and its branches;
and that a nmessage lie sent to the House t
of RepresentatiVe-s. requesating the ap
pointment or similar committees,. to act in
coninction with tie committee of tie
Senate; ordere* for consideration o Mon
The President called the attention of
the Senate to the following report from the
The report of the committee of Ways
and Means, of the House, on that part of
the Governor's nessae in relation to the
sUibscription on the part tif tie State, to
the South Western Rnil Road Bank, andt
a hill to authotise the subsription of the
State to the South Western Rail Road
Bank ; read the first time and referred to
te (omm1ittee ott finance.
On Motion of Mr. De'reville. Ordered
Thai a imessage he senlt to the House pro
plising to go into un election for President
and irectlrs of the Bank of the State
of Soamth1 Cart)lina, on Mo9lday, at twelve
A mie-sage was receive from time house,
propaosing tea the Seneate to en inuto ana e
lect ion fear Presi dtent anad D,rectors of the
Bak of thie Stare of Seauth (Craoitn, at
I c'cloack, to-clay, andi immnedhiately there
after, to the electioan of Lieutennt Govern
or; urdered to lie oan the tnale.
On itnorion of Mr. Verdier, Ordered,
that the Senate proceed to the orders of
th~Aj1il entitled -A Bill to prevent the
tse of dea-dly wea ponas," was read the see
end time, clause hclauItmse. amnd bay snudry
anmendments, the yeas and nays be-ing re
quired conor-dering the bill to the Hoauseof~
Replresaentatives, were Yeas 27, Nays 13.
So the lii was ordered to the House for
"A hail entitled "A Bill tea prevent in.
temperance," was thetn called up for con
Mr. Jeter moved that the furt her consid
eration of the hill he paost honed to the 1st
of January next, anti the yeas and naays
being required. w-ere as foallows:
YF.As-Alesars A lstoan. Reammy, Cannon,
Gtaod wyn Grimaball, Geourdin. Jete-r, Jones
Liawton, Littlejhn. Massey, Miess, Peay
Powe, Qua'thsud Stone-20.
NAYs-Hoan. A. Pattersona. President,
Messrs. Bennett, Crawford, Dawson, Do
Tr-eville. Eniglish, Evans, Glover, Gregg,
Herit, iligginas, Norris, Rheti, Scott, Ver
dier, Smart antd Wilson.-ly.
So the bill was postpioned.
The Senate took a recess until six
Sax O'er,OCK, P.M.
Thme Senate met again and proceeded
Fh. es te Committee on Pi.
nance, ot, 0 loan the credit of the
State to Y loan which may be
made to tb ent and Directors of the
LouisvIlle, atti and Charleston R.
Road CoP 1 as ordered for consider
ation on Mo
A Report . committee on Federal
Relations, o ort from the House,
on that part Governor's message in
relation of a payments, and the trade
and comme he country, ordered for
consideratio .Monday. Adjourned.
H. OF PRESENTATIVES
SATURDAr, Dec, 15.
The Hlonlte t purstat to adjournment.
The Speai. brought to the view of the
House a cor unicatiou fm Dr. Thomhs
Smith. Lieu,nnt Governor, declining
the accepta" of that office; laid on the
The Seria.sent with its concnrrence, a
Resolution a 1i ing a committee to ex
amine the gbks and Records in the-office
L)f the Secr ry of State and Comptroller
General, azto provide ir the re airs of
the same. & A Iro, the report of h e com
tteeon F ral Relationa, otn the con
trover$y en the States of Georgia
sd Malue' ferred to the House: also 'he
roliowing s., whi.-h were read the Arst
time and oJered for a second reading on
A Bill to'*uthorize the President ind
W)irectors 'T the Louisville, Ciucinnatti
lud Charle on Rail Road Company to in
-rease the ,Xtes of compensatian at the
.harlestonlnd Hamburg Rail Road. in
ertain c 4e and to grant certain vacant
ots in the t wn of Columbia.
A Bill inore e'ectually to prevent Cam
TVhe Sete also returned a Bill to au
borize thi formation of the Charleston,
JeorgetoA and All Saints Rail Road
;oipuny, which received its third read.
iig; was pr-esed. the title changed to "an
ket" and saU to the Seqate
The ordrs (if theday were-taken up:
Tlefolu,WinIg hills were read a he second
itue itud rilert d to the Senate, together
vti the t'js.ots on them,
A Bill t# establish the Santee Bridge
A BU?, t.- provide for the: increase antl
ireservilg-u of the Lihrary of the Cout
rApipeeih in Charleston,
A Bill: authorise the Commissioners
f Pull Buildings of Gerorgetown,- to
e*n prascribe into suitable books
if recosd.' .- and the report of the J udi
iary nneiuttee against it, was, on mo
tot of Mr. Middletn. lail on the table.
A Bill fron the Senate; direetiog a cen
tis to be taken of the free white inhabitants
il the State, was read the seconl time, a
tiended, on timotion of Mr. Bellinger. and
irdered to-tie returned.
Ont motion of Mr. Elmore, a message
vua ordered to the Senate proposin to
iroceed at I oclock to day, to the election
f President and Dar.-cors of the Bank of
lie State of South Carolina. and imnnedi
itely thereafter, to that of Lieutenant
On inotion of Mr. Phillips. the special
rder of the day. a Bill t) -stablish a Toll
iridge over the Savannah River sear Au
,usta. and the report of the committee oto
toads, &c. on the saine subject, were ta
en up. anl elicited a debate hetween
dlessrs. J. A. Calhoun. Perry. Memminio
;er, and Desanssure. in favor of. anl Mes
irs. Phillips, Burt, Warllaw. Dawkins:
iellinger, and Frost, against the hill, after
& hich, on motion of Mr. Ph,llips. the eta -
acting clause of the bill was stracken out.
iy time lollowina vote; the yeas and nays
aving been ordered, on motion of Mr.
,uhoun; aid the Speaker, Mr F. II.
ioardlaw, uad Mr. Gritlin. h.aving been
-cused from voting, because they had ,ic
edt as counsel im the case het ween the par
ies; Yeas 75d- Nays 31.
Tihae Senate -ent a amessage proposing
o go mito the election aof P'resiadent and
I)irector-s of the Bamnk of the State of Saouth
U'arolina, at 10o'cluck on Monaday; Iniad on
A Bill concernaing the Thompsonian
systemn of dhe practice of Medicinec; was
read the secmnad time, and hiavinag heena
lisenssed by Messrs. Whaitefielal andl h. HI.
Trhomson, in the afirmative, and Messrs.
it U. Palmer, Perry, Colcock, anal Phil
lips in the negative, a motion was inade
by Mr. Colcock; to amend by strikinag ouat
the Bill, in aorde'r to insert anaither undmer
the titleof a Bi, to repeal the petnalties
imtposed upon the practice of physic or
murgery, anad the sale of druecs without Ii
sense. On the questmn of so naending;
he ayes and noes were orderead, nad are
Yeas-Hon. D. L. WVardhlaw, Spenker,
Messrs. Aikena. Allison. Meaty, Belin,
Bayee, Bradley, Braickman, Brown, Burt,
Qaldlwell. J. A. Calhoun, Calmes. Col
ek, Cox, Crockett. Daviad, Dawkins,
Desaussure, James Douglas. Elmore, E
vans. F. N. Garvina, Gavin, Huae. Hlibben,
Hlibbler, Evitns, Ervin, Fair, Fripp, Finley
Frost, Ho7, Huger, Hunt, Ingrahatm, Ja
cobs, Lenoir, Love, 10cDowel, McKinney,
Marsh, Memaminger, Moff'eit, Moore, M~oo
sly, Neel. O'Bryan, S. J. Palmer, Putile.
Porcher, Puwell, Wma. RIeedl,J. B. Reid,
I. B. Richardson, J. S. Richardsuon, Sati
on, Schanierle, Sims, Smnith, A. WV. TIhom
son, H. HI. Thomp,an, Tyler, WVardllaw.
Whtitefield,Wildler. Willias, 'Williamson,
Wingats'. Witherspoon, WVoods-yl.
Nays-Messrs. Alston. A rthnar, Bellin
ger, B3lakeney, Buchanan, Busfordl, Bull,
Carroll, Davis, Eckhard, Elfe, Elliott,
Faljmore. Gape, Griban.liendema. H.
ward Jamison, Ker. Lyles, Magrath, Mar
tin, Middleton, Maye. Murray, E. U. Pal
mer, John Palmer. Patterson, Perry. Phil
lip, Seymour, Taylor, Walker, Washing
ton, Whaley. Wimhish-37.
The amendment of Mr, Colcock, acor
dingly prevailed. The question of send
ing the Bill, thus substituted, to the Sen
ate; was taken by yeas and nays, and do
cided affirmatively, as follows:
Yeas-Hon. D. L. Wardlaw, Spoak
Messrs. Aiken, Alston, Beaty. Brade
Brockman, Brown, Bart, CaIwell, 1. A
Calhoun, Calmes, Cantel, Colceck, Coi
Crockett. David. Dawkns, Demussaire
James Douglass, Elmore, Evans. Evins
Ervin, Fair, Fripp, Ent; Fulmore, F
Garvin. Gaiei, Hanoe, Hibbler, Hoy,N
Ingraham, ackson, Jacobs, Lenoir; Love
McDowell, McKinney, Marsh, Memmin
ger, Moffett, Moody. Murray, Neel, O'B
an. S. J. Palmer, Patterson: Powell. J.P
Reed, Wm. Reed. J. B. Reid, J. B. Rich
ardson, J. S. Richardson, Mabon,Schnieric
Sims, A!'W. Thomson, H. H. Thomson
Wardlaw, Whitefield, Williams, William
son. Wingate. Witherspoon, Woods-67
Nays--Messrs. Allison, Arthur, Belin
Belliuger, Blakeney. Buchanan. Buford.
Bull, Carroll, Davis, Eckhard. Finley
Griffin, Henderson. Hayward, Jamison
Ker, Lyles, Magrath, Martin, Middleton
Moore, Moye, E, 11, Palmer, John Palmer,
Perry, Phillips. Porcher, Taylor, Tyler
Walker. Washipgton, Whnley, Wilder
Consequently the Bill was ordered tc
the Senate. .
Mr. J. P. Reed recowed his vote in the
negative, on the amen'dment of Mr. Col
- The House took a recess till taelock
Six o'clocit'P, Me
The two followirg Bills ,which . hoo
ceived two readings in the Senate. were
read the first timei and <0hered to the see
ond reading on Monday
A 13111 1ovest the reversionar re
of the Statl in the Calowba Indian Laad'
to lessees thereof,and secure the sustenatce
and support of the remnant of the tribe o
Catawtva Indians: - -
A Bill to prevent the 'use of deadly
weaUus; the lastordereV-o be printed, or
motion of Mr. Deusaussure.
On motion of Mr. Phillips, a Bill to es
tablish certain Roads, Bridges and Fer
ries, was taken up, read tie second time
elanse by clause, amended, on tuotion o
sundry_nembers, agreed to, and ordered
A Bill te likthe fiiits -rnnamny -c
Courts of Equity fcjr Williamsburg. wat
called up by Mr. Desautsure, read the
second time and ordered to the Senate.
The tbllowinig Bills troms the Senate
were read the first time, and ordered to be
read again on Monday.
A hill to amend tlhe tenth section of at
Act giving to Masters and Commissionjers.
in Equity, the power to grant injunc
A Bill to increase lhe penalties of the
onds regnired of the Sherill and Ordi
nsries of Mlarlboroth.
A Bill to render Auctioneers, Broker
and Veudue Ma-4ters, linble in certain caset
A Bill to1 prov.ide for the election of Tai
Collectors for each of the Districts of Ani
derson and Pickens,
A Bill to amend an Act entitled an Ac
to prevent obstructions to hlie passage o
fish up the several rivers of this State
passed 19th December, 18:.
A Bill to permit Chancellor llarper te
he absent from the State.
The l'ullowing Bills were read the sec
ond time, and orlered to the Senate.
A Bill ro authorise 'he sale of the rea
estate (if Alexander Downer, and for othe
A Bill to repeal so much of an Act te or
ganise the Courts of this State, passed 2
of Deveiber. 18*t1, as relate.4 to the elec
lion of Commissioners in Equity tir Ches
terfiehl a Marlboroug ,
A bill to enlarge the peowers eof the Re
corder of the city of Charleston.
Adljournied to 10 o'clock A, M. on Mon
MoencAr, Dec 17,
The Senate met at 10 e'clocck, A. M
and thte Clerk read the Journal oef Saetut
A message was rec'eiveed from the Ilous
concurring withc thce cmeessge sent fromn tic
Seunate, proposcing se gee into an ele-cioen
the Presidet acnd D)irectoers of the Bant
of the Stnte oCf Socuth Caroliena ac I o'clec
Mr. Iluager sunbmittedl ihe report of th
comm uittee on inccorporatioans ona the bill
inccorporate the lIiingsville Mantufactucrinc
Compacny ; andc on mtotiona, it " as oerde.re
to ibe iplaced acmotng the orders of the dlai
Mr. Giregg submcitted the report of Iii
Judicicary commit tee, on the hill from lh
House, to provide feer tihe incerease an
preservation of the Liberary of the Cecuc
of A ppeals of Charleston ; ordered for cosa
The Chair called thce ettentionc to the fe
lowing~ papers from the hlouse of itepr<
A Bill to repeal so much of thce 4th sec
lion of the act to organiee thce Ceese
this State, as relates to the Coetmm...ij,e
ers in Equcity, of thce Districts oef 'chestei
field and Marlborough: rend the fcast cim1
and referred to the Commcittee (et the .lt
A Bill to repeal the penalties hereoreec
itRiposed on the practice of Physic, Surge
ry, and the sale of D)rtug without license
rend lthe first time, and referred to ti
COmmtitteeQ on GiWIPness
-ft nimit"s, ti Jdi
bill W* argwthe et
order'fhe.Ctyeof C rlef
ark time; aW ritefovd
on the Jisdic'~r 00~
the bill o( I 8 .
same pW*dM. 0 t tj
*11N, and I
and refered 16,4
Bridges, and P
A bili to1 *
estat of Ale4a'
pnrI; ead e"sg
to I ixbmmittee 0'iS -
A Bill to Incorprte
me,uf cUring COn- u
'fn Act," &c, and ordered p. he
to the Ho
read the third time
Tbe Seate%' bil ~ ~ ii~'
Union 'Insurance onil us-C'mmo
South Carolina. having
the House, was read teh
the tide changed to "asA sent to
the Houhe.: Representais fa don
A bill, directing a ciius to be ken J
the free whIWa Jnhabitants ofr. t 4 -
was r,ead a third time, passed, the-t.te .
changed, to 4an Actt1l and :.ordred fo:' -
aent to.he use for coficra,; aqdbh
three band copies be-pFnted'o. tejw- "
of the menberi.
A j3ill to authorise the Clij cOunbi 4
Charleston, to close and distOitinue Eler '
Street, wts read a third tie, assed.-the
'title changed to. An Act;". ealseat to ihe
House for concurrence. -
Mr Ifuger submitted the report of the
committee on.i0corpotatigns, on the Bill
fton.the House uthorise the sale'Of tbT
real estatAr Do r deceased
and fother purpn6ses o red to lie on
A Bill to le ..credit of the State to
soente n.y -to' "ade by,0be Louisville
Ciaina"i and ewton R. Road.Com..
puny r~a~the We and order"'t
ita ith ~nnd 161t Oue
The Senate then p0ede' ;nthe
esas~ .9 kw.et int- ballotAfr
L"the Bask of th.
t re itreturn,
Mr. Gregg subdoitted the report of the
committee ou the bill to repeal so nucb of
the 4th section of an Act to organise the
courts of this State, as relates to the elec
tion of Couunissimners in Equity, for the
Diktricts of Chesterfield an I Marlborough
ordered for cnnsideration to morrow.
Mr " ilson oflered a resolution, directing
that a correct copy of -in Act, entitled no
Act, to or-inise the courts of this State, be
prouted among the Acts of this session -
n hich was agreed to
The Senate resumed the orders of the
A bill to define the terms on-which the
State will aid in the construction of Turn
pike Roads; real a second iime and ordero
ed to be returned to the House.
f On motion of Mr. Bennett, the orders of
the dav were again suspended. for the pur
pose of receiving the report of the com
mittee on Fimance, on a bill to authorise a
sbascription on behalf of the state, for
stock of the South Western Rail Road
i On molion or Mr. Bennett, the Senate
resolved itself into Committee of the
Whole, to consider the hill, and the Presi
dent appointed Mr. Glover to the Chair.
On motion of Mr. linger, it was order
ed ihat Gen. R. Y. Ilayne be invited to
take a seat in the Senate, Car the purpose
of givi<g infoarmaationa resrecting the bitt,
a ndt after some dtiscusioni
Mr. Rhent stubmxitted an amendment
whicha was adopittedl.
Ott Motion of Mr. iInger, the Com.
niuttee rose. repiorgedl progress, and the
Presideni resumned his seat.
Th'le Senate theta took tip the bill, when
Mr. V'erdier mioved the postponemaent
o)f the bill unatil the first of January, and
the yeas and nays being required are as fol
YI:As-Messrs. ileatty, Can.n, Craw.
Sford. IUnhose, Enaglish, Evans. Goodssyn,
Higgins,% Jeter, Massey, Munrii, Pecay,
k Powe. Seiatt, Stone, Verdier, and W ason.
" aHn . Patterson, P'rs
"~ Messrs. Alston. Bennett, Carr, .' Cauh a
Da)twson. De'Trevitte, Dunovamti. Gilover,
Gregg. Gjrimnhalt. Heriot, Hsge.r. .1 enkinas,
Rhiett ande Smart--21
So t he hill w as not post i.o .at.
tThe hill wias then readl clause by clause
and, af:er sundry amnendmtuents, was a
gre, if to, and ordered ti) be returnedl to the
A hil to nuthorise the South Western
R ail R oad Batnk to estalisha agenacies and
hr,.tohe in. this State; reai a second
tte. i'gr,.'d ti', anad ordered to be return
edat. Act entitled an Act
tui at the City of Charleston; read a
eron tme, agreed to, and ordered to the
A h.ilt to maike appropriations for the
year 1ti10; laid the bill on the table.
IA bill to amend the Militia Laws of
this State ; laid the hill on the table.
A bill to incorporate thle Bivingsvitle
Manufactadng Chwpany. read die lajU4