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LATEST FROM ENGLAND.
[BY THE STEAMER ACADIA.)
The English papers received by the A
cadia, does not contain so much talk of
war, as those which were received by the
Queen, but, they still appear to be dissa
tisfied with the McLeod proceedings, and
make hard threats, in case he should be
We extract the following items from the
New York and Charleston papers:
"The arrival of the packet ship Eng
land, on the 10th of March, and that of the
steam packet Columbia on the 16th, re
vived the alarm and angry excitement oc
casioned by the report of Mr. Pickens ear
lier in the month. The former carried
out the proceedings in Congress relative
to fortifications and other preparations for
war, and those of the Maine Legislature on
the subject of the boundary; among the
news by the latter was the letter of Angus
-M'Leod, denying his brother's presence at
the affair of the Caroline, which the rabid
journals of course laid hold of as disposing
ofthe whole question,taking M'Leod away
from the tribunals, and making it impera
tive on the Court and the Government to
order his immediate discharge. Queer
notions of law these journalists seem to
But before the Acadia left England, two
new subjects of newspaper controversy
had sprung up, and were in the full tide
of discussion; these were the action of the
Canadian Gove rnment in relaion to the
Cat halic Seminary of St. Sulpice, and the
division among the Oxford divines respect
ing the famous "Tracts for the Times,"
which seems to threaten very serious con
sequences, not only to the University but
the Anglican Church itself.
" The rumor current when the British
Queen left England, concerning divers
ships and squadrons being ordered to the
United States, soems all to have died away.
Touching the ships named as being under
orders for immediate equipment, it is now
said that their destination is China. But,
per contra, the Hampshire Telegraph has
"We have this day learned that our Go
vernment, in order to prepare for any
emergency that may spring out of the case
of M'Leod, (and if the republic execute
him, we do not think that there is a man
in this United Kingdom but will demand
justice,) have directed six regiments to
hold themselves in readiness to embark for
North America-two of which are the 19th
and 8th regiments, now in Ireland. It is
also stated in private letters from the first
circles in Paris, that Lord Granville, on
the 27th uIt., offiially announced to M.
Guizot, that the English government would
find it necessary to send ten sail of the line
to the same quarter. Of course a fleet of
steamers will form part of such an expedi
The boy Jones," who had already
been twice detected prowling about the
apartments of the Queen, in Buckingham
Palace. was a third time found there on the
16th of March.
The case of M'Leod.-We chronicle as
a remarkable circumstance, the fact that
ndon has taken a reasona
ble and common sense view of the M Leod
esse-perceiving that it has come properly
and in order before the judicial iribunals,
anti must there he disposed of in the fiest
place , while its disposition there. otte way
or the other, interposes no obstacle to such
final action as may be consonant with na
tioual justice. national equity and national
honor. The Londotn Spectatorsays:
" Every thin; seems to conspire to ag
gravate ill feeling and to neutralize better
dispositions. What is Lord Palmerstont
doing? Rumor says that he has sent out
peremptory demands for M'Leod's dis
charge, and orders for ships of the line to
back those demands on the American coast.
To what cnd has that been done ? on what
ground ? in what fashion ? Has Lord Pal
merston consulted the law officers of the
Crown, and made quite sure that the Uni
ted States can be called upon to give up
Mr. M'Leod, before, he has made his ap
pearance before the tribunals, on a charge
which, being formally, however ground
lessly made, 'must be legally disposed of?
Has Lord Paltmerston chosen the proper
time and mode of urging the demand to
secure success ? The most reasonabile de
mand may be so put as to make it impos
sible to accede: the country would be glad
to know how Lord Palmerston had man
We give another extsact, of a different
character, hut perhaps equally remarkable,
from the Dublin Pilot, understood to be
Mr. O'Connell's pa per:
"War-Engand vs. Ireland.
"The time approaches when England
must be humiliated or just, and Ireland
may he free. * * England may declare
war, but who will war for England ? Ire
land? What! pay taxes, and shed our
blood! And for what? *** Why should
Ireland war against France ? There is no
Irigh feeling to be gratified, no Irish inter
est to be promoted, by such a war. What
has Ireland done to France, or France to
Ireland, that we should shed each others
blood ? * France invades Ireland
well, where in her complicated embarrass
ments will England find troops to defend
Ireland, and preserve her province? Will
* Ireland defend herself, or leave the battle
t6 the belligerents, and make no choice be
tween tnasters? It is plain that England
does not calctulate on Irish co-operation.
*** A war against America is a war
against friends. WVere England never our
- tryrant, nor Ireland her slave, we would
war with reluctance; but as it is-no 4ve
cannot war with America; our hearts for
bid it-our hands would be powerless. We
cannot swell tho ranks of sutch a battle
aid for what? For love of England !"
We copy the following from the Nat ion
al Intelligen cer of the 9th inst.
We are atuthorized to say that, under
the pressure of the public btusiness, increas
ed hvy recent events, as well as by the ap
arnchi of an extra session of Congress, the
Presidlent finds it indispensable to make
an arran;:ement for the employment of his
time. He proposes. thterefore. hd see his
Fellow-Citizens, wvho may wish to call on
him, from 10 to 12 ro'clock overy day in
the ee, eept %,nrinfl.
From te Camden Journal.
Fhe Court of Common Pleas and Gene
ral Sessions closed its Spring Term ro
Lancaster District, on Saturday the 10(l
inst., the Hon. Judge Butler presiding. A
this term, the most important cas.e was th
State against John Sweat, for the murde
of Thomas Pickett. Sweat was convicte
of murder, and sentenced to be hung on th
2d of July next.
The offence was committed on the 141
ultimo, at Hill Island, on the Catawba ri
ver, in Lancaster District. In our notic
of the event, a few days after it occurrec
we attributed it to intemperance, and w
since learn, that on the trial, it appeare
that nearly every individual present on th
occasion, including the murderer and hi
victim, were more or less, uudet the influ
ence of drink. flow powerfully do sue
instances ef crime appeal to the friendsc
Temperance, to redouble, instead of, as w
fear is too much the case, relaxing thel
effort in a cause, than which, there is non
more deserving, for its advancement, th
most persevering exertionsof the Christia
and the Patriot.
John Sweat, we understand, is abot
thirty years of age, and has a wife and on
If you cannot avoid a quarrel with
blackguard, let your lawyer manage it ra
ther than yourself. No man sweeps hi
own chitnuey, but employs a chimney
sweeper, who has no objection to dirt;
work, because it is his trade.
During the recent inundations in the ri
ver Rhone, there were seen on the bank
orsand in the middle of the water, numet
ous wild bulls, horses, foxes, polecats, ral
bits, rats, and other animals usually hostil
to each other, congregated together, with
out doing each other any harm, and amon
them was a great number of snakes.
A Confession.-A young convert in th
country recently got up and was making
confession somewhat after this sort, viz
"I have been very wicked, indeed I have
I have cheated many persons, very many
but I will restore four fold ;" when he wa
interrupted by an old lady thus:-" Well
should think before you confess much. you*
better marry Nancy Stebbins, as you agree,
The population ofthe State of New- Yor,
is2,429,476. Of this number there ar
employed in the pursuit of agriculture 45(
475; in commerce 28,595; in manufacture
and trade 102,576; in navigation of th
ocean 5,560;in mining 1830; in uavigatio
of the canals, lakes and rivers 10,061; i
the learned profesbions and as engineer
Hon. Martin Van Buren Ex-Presiden,
will reside principally hereafter at Kindet
hook, his native town, where he has put
chased the mansion of the late Judge Wi
liam P. Van Ness, occupyingt a retire
and eligible site. He will, howevei
spend a part of his winters in New Yor!
Is General Gaines in his dotage, that h
is permitted to tote his wife about ih
country in the disgraceful manner he i
doing?- If so, he had better 'be remove
from the service, that the reputation an
character of that at least may be preserN
Yes! there is no donhlt of it. They ha
better diress Mrs. Gaines in uniform, se
her astride a horse, and send her to fight th
battles of her country in the everglades<
Florida. As to the old1 General we fen
he is past the age of his vigor and his mat
hood. It is really too bad that one of ou
Brevet-M ajor-Generals should be lecturint
about the country at 25 cents per head, ani
we are glad to hear that he has been ot
dlered tn Floid,--there he will have a
opportunity with the Indians.-Boston Nt
It is really shameftl, that a man posse!
sing the character which we trust Genera
Gaines has not yet lost, should be found
miserable and penurious as not only to er
gage himself in such pitiful business, bt
to allow his u-ife regardless of the finer feel
ings of her sex, ever to lecture before
public audience for 25 cents per hteat
Shame! Shame! should be the motto o1
the escutcheon of that General, whio allow
the fair partner of hisborrows and his joyt
like a poor actor. to
"Fume and fret her hotar upon the stage
And then be hteard no more."
[ Spirit of thse Times.
TALLAHAssEE, March 26.
A wful Occurrence.-A few nights sintce
we learn that P2 negroes belongina to th
Rev. Wesley Actamts, of'Jeff'erson Couinty
were bttrnt to death. Tfhey wecre alli
one building, and it is supposed were suffo
cated, and rendered insensible, as the;
gave no alarm, an~d whten the doors wet
opened, uttered not a groan. The buill
ding was entirely destroyed. The loss c
Mr. Adams is truly severe and dlistressin~
atnd lhe has the sympathies of a large cir
cle of friends.
Death of an' Esteemed Citi::en.--Th
Philadelphia papers announce the denti
of James Ronaldson, wvho expired o1
Monday night, in the 73d year of his age
rThe Philadelphia Gazette pays the follow
ingjust tritbute to his wonrth as a citizeti
and excellence of his character.-Brothe
"Mr. Ronaldson will be remnemeed a
a particip~ant in almost numtemless benefi
cial enterprises in this city-a sa friend ani
counsellor of his emigrant cotuntrymel
from Scotland--as the Philadelphia type
founder for a long period-the indefatiga
ble horticultturist-and more especially a
the founder of the celebrated and mos
beautiful Cemetery bearing his tname
but last and not least, as ajpost utpright
frugal, and honest man. 11 reaped rh
rewards of his course as ho passed onwari
to death, in a condition of ease and itnfil
etce, unmarked with either arrogance a
dictation He lived by many beloved
he has died by many lamented.
IIAM2BURG, April, 17.
Cotton.-Since the accounts hy the Acadi
have beent received, our market has becn gc
ing dowvn, and we now notice a redttctionc
~ill ( cents front last wcek's quotation. W
however think, that prices have reached thci
level, and that our market will retmain in tht
ccived. Sales boVever, are readily made at
present prices. We quote-cotton 7 to 10.cts.
- Principal sales 9 cents, Carolina money. Ar
r rivals large for the season.
t AUGUSTA, April, 15.
3 Cotton.-The business in this article during
r the past week, has been very moderate in a
I mount; and up to Tuesday evening, when the
ncws hy the Acadia was received, our quota
tions of this day veek were maintained,except
for ordinary and middling Cottons, which were
sold j cent per lb. lower. Yesterday there was
rather more disposition to purchase, but, as the
M views of holders generally had undergone no
change, ilk consequence otthe news, the transe
e actions were contined to a few small purchas
j es, which were induced by a slight concession
on the part of sonic small holders. In giving
the quotations which follow, it is to be remark
s ed that purchases to any considerable extent
could not be made without pushiag them up a
little. as the principal holders ask higher rates.
Extremes of the market 91 a 1 cents per lb.
e Exdange.-South Carolina at par, except the
r notes of the Bank of Camden, . a 1 dis.
D Georgetown, . a 1
Commercial Bank in Columbia, - a 1
Merchants Bank at Cheraw, . a 1 "
Augusta,Insurance and Banking Comp'y. par.
Bank of Augusta,
Branch State Bank ofGa., at Augusta, .A
B Agency, Bank of Brunswick, "
Branch Georgia Rail Road,
Bank of Darien & Branches, 20 a25per ct. dis.
Bank of Hawkinsville, 13 a.16 "
Bank of St. Mary's, : a 5 "
Bankof Milledgeville, 3 a 5 "
- Bank of (oluinhus, 13 a 15 "
f Bank of the State of Ga. at Sav. 1 a 2 "
Branches of do. in Athens, Mil
ledgeville, Washington, Eat
tonton and Macon, 3 a 5
e Agency of do. in Greensboro, I a 2"
Batik of Brunswick, 3 a 5 "
Commercial Bank of Macon, 2 a 4
Central Bank of Georgia, 13 a 153
B Central R. R. &. Bk'g. Co. Sav. I a 2 "
Branch of do. Macon, 3 a 5 "
; Chattahoochee R. R. & Bank'g
Co., Columbus, 13 a 153
Georgia R.R. & Bk'. Co Athens, 13 a 14 "
e Insurance Bank of Columbus, at
A Macon, 2 a 4 "
Marine & Fire his. Bank, Sav. 1 a 2 "
llranch of do. Macon, 3 a 5 "
Monroe R. R. & Bk'g. Co. 30 a 50 "
Oaiulgee Baik. 3 a 5
s Planters Batik. Savannah, 1 a 2 "
t Planters & Mechanics Bank Co
j lumbus, 13 a 151 '
Western Bank, 13 a 151 "
Ruckersville Banking Comp'y., 12 a 131
Drafts on New York, 1 a 1. prem.
Charleston, par a j "
Savannah, 1 a 2 dis.
B Philadelphia, 3 a 4
I Died, on the 9th inst., in this district, Mrs.
I ELIZA JANE, wife of Marcus Upson, of Pulmo
6 nary Consumption. She left her husband and
two small children to mourn their loss.
Died in this town, on the 10th instant, Mrs.
Caroline H- Branthwaite, wife of the late E.F.
Branthwaite, Esq., aged 24. Amiable in her
character, she performed all the duties of life
- with faithfulness, and was a pattern for imita
tion as a daughter, a sister, a wife, and a friend;
i But what avail all these virtues with the fell
-, destroyer death ! We deeply sympathise with
her afflicted relatives.-Suthern Chronicle.
New Goods! New Goods!!
e 75 HE SUBSCRIBERS are now receiving
s.1 and opening at their Store, a complete
Stock of Spring ui=Summer-Goodi: Shoes,
Hardware, and Groceries, composing almost
every article usually kept in a Store. Among
their Stock, is
4-4 & 6-4 bleach'd and unibleach'd Sheetings.
LI 10-4 Linen do.
4-4 bleach'd and unbleach'd Shirtings,
Plain and Striped Linen Drills, *
Moleskin and Gaimbrouns,
r Bl1k Astrican and Thibbett Cloths,
r Fine Satin Striped Paris Muslin,
iiEnglish and American Prints,
French and Italian Lawns,
Second Mourning do.
Gloves and H osierv. of all descriptions,
A variety of Shawls and Scarfs.
They respectfully invite their Customers and
the public to call and examine their Stock.
I They are determined to please. Their prices
oshall he such as will suit-the terms very low
.for cash, or on time, to punctual customers.
~ Ari 2, 8-1.BLAND & BUTLER.
A pri 22, 841.tf 12
-ORD ERS NO.7. FuLTrOs, March 23, 1841.
H1 1-E Rtegiments and Corps of the 3d Brig
s ..ade,( (nfantry,) will piarade for Review
,and drill at the times and places following, viz:
The 15th Rcneimt, at WVilliamison's, on
Thursday, the 1; th of May next.
The 14th Regiment, at Orangeburg C. H.,
on Saturday, the 15th May.
The 13th Regiment, at \Valterboro', orn Tues
day, the 18ith of May.
The 12th Regfiir.ent, at Gilhisonville, on Fri
day, the 21st of May.
B'1'The 43d Regiment, at Buford's Bridge, on
Tuesday, the 2->th of May.
'I'Tie 11th Regiment, at Ashley's, on Thurs
1 day, the 27th of May.
-The Ciolonel of the 3d Regiment of Cavalry,
Swill order his Regimtent to paradle, either by
a Company or Battalion, with the Infantry Regi
-meits most coniveent.
f The Otlicers and non-commissioned Officers
will assemble at their respective Regimental
'Muster Gr,,nnds, for drill and instruction on
~ the day previous to their reviewv.
The Major General of the 2d Division will,
with his b:taff, attend the Reviews of the 3d
1 The Commandants of Regiments will make
Stheir annutal returns to the Brigadier General,
at such times as lie may direct, so as to enable
'him to make his return to the Adjutant General
- by the 1st of October next.
'By order of the Commander-in-Chief.
r JAMES W. CANTEY,
A djutant and Inspector General.
s A;,ril 12, 1M41. f 12
-- Admiinistr'ator's Wale.
ILBE SOLD at the late residence of
SBenj. F. Nicholson, deceased, on Fri
- day, the 7th of May next, the following prop
- erty, viz: The Household and Kitchen Furini
s ture, consisting of valuable setts of Tables and
tChairs, Carpets, &c., a carriage andl sulkey,
. the stock of Sheep, and eight or ten milch Cows,
a quantity of Lard, suplposed to be about one
'thousand pounds. Also several Bales of Cot.
- ton, and many othier articles too tedious to men
iion'. The ternms of sale will be on a credit uin
- til the 25th of December next. A Note with
r two approved securities, will be required.
-JOIIN 0. NICHOLSON,? d'e
DAVID STROTH ER, Ad'5
A pril 22, 1841. ,c 1-2
a71 H E Subscribers are now roceiving their
- .Spring and Summer Stock of Goods,
f which they will dispose of on reasonable termns,
and invite their customers and the public, to
r call and examine before purchas'ng elsewhiere.
F~lofiltl BRYAN & MINOR.
. IN~nti . ., Aprli 1.1, 18t. tf f 1
Tf RIS ESTABLISHMENT is now in
Sepmnplete order for the reception of visit
ors, and is extensively provided with every ac
commodation and comfort which persons in
search of health or recreation, can desire. Mr.
and MIs. Lawhow, who are charged vith its
superintendance, are eminently qualified to
give uatisfaction, and the Directors ca'ii prom
ie that-as good a table and as clean and com
modious rooms will be furnishedl, as are to be
lad iiany watering place in the Uniied States.
These Springs are situated in a healthy and ro
manti region in the North Western corner of
Abbiille District, near the Anderson line, and
the place is as perfectly exempted from autum
nal fevers as any place in onr Mountains. The
waters are confidently believed to be equal to
any-in the United States, in all cases of chronic
diseas' or the liver and other glands, and of
chronic inflammation in any part of the system
-in ases of dispepsia and sick head ache they
have Vieen singularly eflicacious, having invari
ably given relief whenever adeqntely tried.
In these cases they may be almost considered
a specic, as well as in diqenases ofthe skin and
urinaryorgans. A Hack will be regularly run
during tbe season from Abbeville C. I., which
is 24 .i les distant, to carry passengers coming
to that place in the Stage.
BY TIlE DIRECTORS.
I hereby certify from personal observation,
that the water of the Abbevifle Mineral Springs
is singularly serviceable in all cases of chronic
inflammation and glandular obstructions. It
does not appear to possess any highly stitnnla
ting or-direct tonic properties, but imparts tone
to the whole system indirectly by its wonderful
effect ii wearing out inflammation, and in cor
recting the secretions of all the glands of the bo
dy. Afew Summers ago, I sent a patient to
the Sprimigs labouring under chronic gatretis,
which I found very difficit to treat to advant
age, and to my surprise the case was speedily
cured by the use of the water alone. Subse
quently to the above case. I sent another pa
tient to the Springs who was reduced very low
by uterine obstruction and chronic inflamma
tion, witli a pulse up to about 120 beats in the
minuite; she was soon entirely restored to
healtt by a light diet and the use of the water
ivitliout any Medicine whatever.
A. B. ARNOLD, M. D.
Lowndsville, S. C., April 3d, 1841
1 hereby certify from personal experience,
that the-Abbeville Mineral Springs Waters are
excelltnt for Dyspepsia and Liver Complaints
-I was taken there itr the last stages of Dys
pepsiasend Liver Complaint, when given out
of all hopes of living, both by my relations ani
several- Physicians who had attended me-I
stayed dt- the Springs six or seven weeks each
year for.three years, and now I am able to at
tend to the most of miy domestic affairs. I con
sider the Abbeville M ineral Springs preferable
to any 6f'the East Tennessee Waters, for I
had tried them well previous to attending the
Given under-my hand this 5th day of April,
1841. JAMES HUEY.
April 22, 1841. f 12
E I The Ah-nsta Chronicle, Washington
News, Edgeficd Advertiser, and ColumbiQ
South Carolinian, will publish the above six
times (4eckly) and forward their accounts to
Lowndatille. to M1. Young, Treasurer.
. -PAiT RAYED
F R' ' the Subscriber's plantation, on Tin
ker Creek, on the 0th instant, a dark bay
horse Mule. three years old. He had a black
streak across his wethers, anrd his inane was
trimmed. Whoever can give atny information
of said Mule, will confer a favor, by writing to
the subscriber at Willington Post Otfice.
ELIZA BETH HJICKSON.
BarnWell, A pril 20, 1841. d* 12
State of South CarOlina.
Mary Tomnkins. Applicant.,
vs Wm.- Hill and wife, and
IT appearing to my satisfaction that William
kHill and wife, Eliza, Defendants ini this
case, reside wvimhout tile limits of this State. It
is therefore ordered, that they do appear aiid
object to the division, or sale of the real estate
of Stephetn P. Totr.kins, deceased, Ott or before
the second day of Augtust next. or their consett
to the samte wdil be entered of record.
Given under my hand, at my Oflice, this 19th
day of April. 1841
OLIVER TOWLES. 0. E. D.
A pril 22, 1841. ($10 874) at 1-2
State of South Carolina.
B Y OLIVER TOWLES, Esquire, Ordi
nary of Edgefield District.
Whereas, Eli Clark hthl applied to me
for Letters of Admniistration, on all and sin
glar the goods and chattels, rights anld credits
f Rebecca A. Mosley, late of thne Listrict afore
These are, therefot e. to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred atnd creditors of the
said deceased, to be atnd appear before me, at
oulr next Ordiniary's Court for the said District,
to lie holden at Edgefield Court lionse on the
3rd day of May, 1841,. to show cauae, if any,
why the said Administration should not be
*Given under my hand and seal this 17th day
of April, otne thousand eight hutndred and
forty-one, and in the sixty-fifth year of Amneri
0. TOWLES, 0. E. D.
A prni 22, 1841. ($2 124) b 12
BY OLIVER TOWLES, Esq., Or
Ldinary of E dgefield District.
Whrereas Ann Hull, hath applied to me
for Letters of Admintistration, with the will
annexed, on all and singular the goods and
chattels, rights and credits of Gideotr 11.
Hull, late of the District aforesaid, de
These are, therefore, to cite end ad
monish all and singular, the kindredl arnd
creditors of the said deteased, to be and
appear before me, at our next Ordinay's
Court for the said Dist'i-ict, to be holden at
Edgefield Court House on the 26th (lay oh
A pril, 1841, to showecause, if any, why the
said Administration should not be granted.
Given under tmy hand and seal this 8th
day of April, one thlousandt eight hun
dred and forty-one, and in the sixty-fifth.
year of American Independence.
0. TOW LES, 0. E. D.
A pril 14, 1841. ($2 124) h 11
F ROM the snbseriber, on the twenty-fiflh of
March last, an iron grey Horse MULE,
two years old; with black rings around his litre
legs, and I think one over his wcet-s; also, a
dark colored Horse MULE, one year old, ino
other marks recollected. A liberal reward will
be paid for their recovery Any information re
sectitng the above Miles, direCted to Lees
vilfo, Lexiington District, wvill he thankfully re
ceived by WILLIAM GASTON.
April 1.4 dl1
B Y Virtue of sundry writs of Fieri
Facias. I shall proceed to sell a
Edgefield Court House, on the first Mon
day and Tucaday in May next, the fol
lowing property viz:
Ramey, Rhodes & Co. vs Joseph Pat
terson. one hay Mare.
A. Al. Wade vs Alner Whatley, D. At
kinson and L. Elze), one tiact of land,
called the Flat Rock Tract, levied on as
the property of A. Whailey.
C. L. Goodwin vs Staninore B. Ryan,
one negro woman, Louisa. and child
Stephen Wharley vs Richard Hazel,
one tract of land, containing two hundred
and forty acres, adjoining lands of Daniel
Rodgers and others.
Martin Posey vs John Bridwell, one
Wagon, and one yoke of Oxen.
F. W. Pickens for J. H. Calhoun, vs.
T. G. Bacon, and Eliza Bacon, one Negro
Man, Henry, the property of T.- G. acon,
and one Girl, Mary, the property of Eliza
S. C[IRISTIE, s. F. D,
April 15, 1841. e 11
State of South Carolina.
Daniel Bird and wife,
W ILL BE SOLD at the house of Mrs. Ma
tilda Addison, on the 27th of April, inst.,
one Bed and Bedstead, one Clock, and other
articles. Ternis cash.
S. CHRISTIE, s. r. v.
April 15 ($1 50) b It
State orSouth Carolina.
Jasper Gibbs. bcarer, vs.
Nathaniel Raney, Collin Mortgage.
Rhodes, & R. W. Mlathis.
B Y art order from the Court of Common
Pleas in the above stated case, will he
sold on the irst Monday in May next. One
tract or land whereon Joseph Patterson now
resides, containing three hundred acres, more
or less, and adjoining Whitfield Brooks, Mrs.
Blalock, and others. The land will be sold ont
a credit until the first day of January, 1842, for
one half of the amount dte, and till the first day
of January, 1843, for the other half due except
so much as will pay the costs. which tmust be
paid in cash; the titles to be signed, but not de
livered until the money be paid according to
the terms of sale. and if the amount of the ptr
chase money be not paid when dune, the and
will be resold by virtue of the same levy, on ac
count of the former purchaser for cash.
. C H RISTIE, S. E. D.
April15 L$3 00) c 11
State of South Carolina.
A. S. Dozier, vs.
William Yarborou h. Attcdmcat.
Miller, Ripley & uo. c
vs. the same. I
B Y an order from the Court of Common
Pleas, in the above stated cases, will be
sold on the first Monday in May next, at Edge
field Court House. One tract of lan con
taitning four hundred* and thirty acres, re or
less, adjoining John Inlow, and others. Termns
S. CHRISTIE, s. .. D.
April 15 [82 25) C 11
State of South -Carolina.
Caleb Mitchell adminstrator,
vs. Jolbb Johnson.
The same vs. the same.
G. L. & E. Penn & Co. I Atachment.
vs. John Johnsron.(
The same vs. thte same.|
G. L Penn & Co.
vs. the same. J
B y an order from the Court of Common
Pleas, will be sold on thte first Monday int
May next, at Edgefield C. I. Ontetract ofland,
conaining three hnndred and one acres ntore
or less, adjoining Johtn H. Berry, Johtn Hamil
ton, and others. Termis cash.
S. CHRtSTIE, s. E. D.
A pril 15 [$3 00] c 11
State of' South Carolina.
A. D. Addisomn & Johnm Seam. Pro. Pi. Pa.
Edward Williams. Mortgage.
B y ant order frotm the Court of Common
Ple*as. itt thte abhove stated case, will he
sold at Edgetield C. H., on the tirst alonaday in
May next. Sev'enty-five acres orft.md, miore or
less, ott Shtaws Creek, adjoining Johnt Presley,
amnd others. Termts cash,.
S. CIRISTIE, s. E. D.
A pril 15 [.'1 50] e I I
State of' South Carolina.
Rathbone & Blaker. Foreign
vs. Richmond Baker. Attachmenat.
B Y yan order from the Court of Commoon
Pleas, in the above statedl ease, will he
sold at Edgefield C. H., on the first Mlonuday in
May next. Otte Negro SIlave. Wintney. Terms
cash.?. CHI~STIE, s. E. D.
State of South Carolina.
G.I-H. Hulil, Jr., to oga.
M. Gray. Admnutastrator. Mrtae
NIVWILL proceed to sell in thte above crase,
1.at Edgetield Court House, ott the first Mon
day in May next. One Negro Womnan, Eliza,
and her t wo children, to satisfy the tabovo stated
case. Trermis Cash.
S. CIIRISTIE, Agent.
April 13 [$1 50J c 11
State of South Carolina.
Rt. C. Baldwin & Co. vs. Foreignt Aunch
Grady & Mcfteynolds. ment.
BYamn order from tlte Conrt of Commorr
Pleas, in thte above stated case, will be
sold at Edgefield Conrt H onse, orn thne first Mon
day itt May ntext. Snudry articles of Melurchan
dize. consristing ofSnugar, Cotfee, and othter ar
ticles. Terms cash.
'S. CHRISTIE, s. E. D.
April 15 [$1 50] e 11
JOH1V 0. B. FORD,
H A S Jutst received from New York, a full
stock of fasltionabla
Spring and Summer Goods,
Containing, beside his ustual supply of Staple,
Domestic Goods, a handsome assortment of
fine Lawns, Mttslins, and' Lace Goods; Super
London Light Prits, ashnions of 1841; Prun
ted Swiss Muslints, and Printed L.awnst Dam
ask Satin, Etmbroidered Lace, and Filet Shawvls;
and of all kinads of Pattev Goods, his assortment
is mnore thtatn ever varied, atnd complete. To
thtose acquainted with his estimate of "an as
sorttmnt," hte deems this sufficient wvithoumt nn
enumeration of articles-fresh sutpplys being
received by almost every arrival.
Counmtry Merchants supplied at tnutstually
Hambner Apnril . 11.f 10
Strayed or Stolen
F ROM the Subscriber's place, on the night
of the 5th instant, a small yellow bay
inare Mule, six or seven years old.
April 14, 1841. d 11
List ot Letters.
R EMAINING in the Post Office at Edge
field Conrt Ifouse, S. C., on the 1st of
A prd, .1841.D
A &. D.
Adams, James Attaway, W. & S.
Brunson, Wn. 2 Brunson., Aatthew
lird, Villiamu Bird, Mrs. Behethland
Bird, J. B. Bonham, Al. L.
Berry, Jassa Blocker.B. M.
Burwell, F. W.
Corley, J. C. Corley, J. 11.
Corley, Mrs. Al. A. Collier, Miss Caroline
Coursey, John Crain, Lucretia
Coletmtan, Ann Cruilird. Win.
Cloud, Itenhen Coats, B. F.
Courtney. V. C. Chendnnlt. Waller
Dunken, Charles Duwd, MissElizabeth
F, 0 &1H
Field. R. J. Feagin, W. H.
Frans, II. C.
Golenon. John Glover, Wiley
Greegg, William Galman, W. G.
Ilollister, Jnlius Hunt, David 3
IHamilton, John Iolson, Leroy.
J, K & L
Jones. Perin Jones, Joseph
Jones, James Kilcreaqe. Elizabeth
Keip, Mr. Kennerally, Mlary G.
Lowery, Coonrod Landrun, Eliza
Lowe, Basil Littleton, Wut.
Lake, D. G.
ai, O, P & Rt
AeCullough. R. 31. McDaniel, Wul.
Mitchell, Abram Mitchell, Elizabeth
lyres, David AcClure, Mir.
Miles, Sarah Meriwether, Nichola -
Montague, George Martin, Bartley
alrphey, Oswell . McCarey, Temple
Ogden Matilda Park, James
Patterson, Alexander Roper, E.
Roper, G. Al. Raiford, J. D,
Riddle, J. G. Rochell, John
Ripley & Douglass. Reynolds, J. M.
S, T & }V
Simpson, 0 Stevens, Samuel
Swam, T. T. Strom, Mary
Squeers, T. G. Sentell, J. G.
Trap, John Thompson, 8. V.
Williams & Griffin, Williams, Thos.
Winni. Peter Walker, Emeline
Persons wishing Letters from the above list,
will please ask for advertised letters.
Al. FRAZIER, P. M.
April 7,1841. Letters 85 e 10
ALL ersons who have demands against
A Richard A1 Todd. deceased, are request
ed to present them, and those indebted, to make
payment to the subscriber.
WILLIAM EDDINS, Adm'r.
April 6,1841. d 10
T HE Friends of Capt. E. W. Perry,
announce him as a Candidate for
Tax Collector for this District.
March 4. tr 5
Look at this.
M Y JACK, formerly owned by Capt. .
Weaver. will stand at Edgefield Court
H ouse the Spring Season, at Eight Dollars to
insure, and Six Dollars the season, &c.
C. J. GLOVER.
April 6, 184L c 10
. State of SouthfCai'olina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
R. C. Baldwin & Co. vs Attachment
Grady & MecReynolds. Assumpsit.
T H E Plaintiff' having this day filed hisde
.chiration in the above stated ease, and
the Defendant having no wife or attorney
known, to be wvithin tIs State, upon whom a
copy of'the said declaration with a ruleto p lead
can be served. It is ordered that the said De
fedant do appear and plead to the said declara
tion, within a year anid a day, from the publica
tion hereof', or finaland absolute judgment will
be awarded against him.
Clek'sOJ~~cGEO. POPE, c. c. P
March 22,1841, rr e $750 agel10
DO hereby forewvarn all piersonr from tra
~.ding for a note of hand given by me in
Nov. last, payable to - Evans, (or to Ev
nns & Co.,) for the sum of' one hundred and
fifteen dollars, due the first of' January 1842..
Sid note was given for a Picking and Spi.'
ning machine, which was warranted by said
Evans to perf'orm well; and as said machine
has entirely f'ailed to do so, I am determined
not to pay said note excep~t compelled bylaw,'
JO HN DOR~ Jr.
A pril 6, 1841. c 10.
L 0 S T
I N Edgefield District, onl the 14th instant,
one Note on Charles Nix, for two hundred
aad eighty' twvo dollars and seventy-five cents;
one Note on Talbert Cheathmam, for one hun
dred dnllhtrs; one Note on Dates Wren, for thir
ty dolla'rs ; anad one on John 8tinaker for fifteens
ollatrs. Any person trading; for the above Notes,
will do it attheir own risk.
H. AM. NICKS.
March 25.. i 8
CLARERDON, March 20, 1841.5
J'AMES W. CANTEY, having been ap-.
Jponinted Adjntant and Inspector General
ofthe South Carolina Militia, with the rank of
Brigadier General, will be obeyed and respect
Ini thus suipplying the vacancy occasioned by
the resignation of' General James Jones, the
Comandrin-.Chief', cannot omit the occasion
of' expressing his high sense of' the ability atnd
fidelity with which the duties of' that officer
have been discharged, and his deep regret for
the ross of' his valuable and efiicieat services to
By order of thme Commander-in-Chief.
JOHN L. MANNING,
A pril 3, 1841. f 10 Aid deCamp.
Garvin~ & laines,
Al thre Yellow House, Hamburg, S. C.
A RE now receiving, (direct f'rom Philadel
Iplhin,) in addition to their stock on hand, a
splendid and well selected assortment of Maw
CANiZE., in their line.
They now invite country Merchants, Plhy
sicians, and .others, wishing to prhs
Drugs & R~edicines,
to call and examine their Goods and prnces, as
they intend to ofl'er'such indtucements as cannot
f'ail to secnre to thetmselves a liberal patronage.
Hunnrg February 16,.1841,