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that no debt sall be renewed.
ThatqiL shall not-at time loan ihe United
States qi.rethaa three millions of dollars.
nor a e'Steore than 100,000 dollars,
aor i ber for a longer time than one hun
dk sunless authorized by law.
VSi :itshall contract no-debt for a longer
-tiam than oneyear.
That it shall issue no note of a less de
nomination than ten dollars.
That the officers of the institution shall
not be permitted to borrow money from, or
contract any debt therein, in any manner
. hatever; a note or bill of which such offi
Wis maker, drawer, endorser, or accep
tor, is forbidden to be discounted. The
.directors of the branches not to he consid
ered officers within the meaning of this
.. reveut or expose any fraud or indi
e2ctio-in the management of the institu
ion; t- prevent, also, large and-improper
loans to individuals, to the injury of the
, 1stockholders and the public, and to prevent
likewise, false imputad6bs when such ir
regularities do not exist, it is proposed that
the books of the institution, including the
accounts of all individualsgtherein, be at
all times opened to the iniection of the
Secretary of the Treasury of the United
States; to a committee of either House of
Congress; to-vach of the directors of the
,Bank, and to a committee of the stockhold
ers, with power to make public whatsoever
they think fit.
It is proposed to provide that the branch
es shall not issue notes :or bills adapted to
and intended for, circulation, but may sell
drafts, not less in amount than fifty dollars,
for the purpose of transmission and ex
That the Bank shall-not suspend specie I
payment,,that. it shall not pay out any
thing but coin or bullion or its own notes.
That its existence as a corporation continue
for-twenty years-but that it be allowed to
.useits corporate name for two years longer
in settling up' its affairs.f
Tbat no other bank be established by
Congress during the existence of the char
And providing that it shall not be deem
ed an jpfringements of the privileges grant
-ed by -the charter, if Congress shall order
the said corporation to place offices of dis
.countand deposite wherever thesame may.
be necessary for the collection, safe-keep-b
ing, and disbursement of. the public reve
nue. All which is respectfully submitted.
Secretary of the Treasury.
Mr. Clay.-This present leading parti1
zan, tho for full quarter of a century, liest
been twisting and turning, to suit emergen- ]
cies, has, at length succeeded in gaining
somewhat of notoriety, in coercing the
members of the Senate, belonging to the
Whig party, into such measures, as may t
best please his fancy. The CharlestonI
Mercury gives the following specimen of
his Dictatorial abilities.
Frm de Charesto*n Mercisy.
4DRESSED -IN A LITTLE BRiZ|EAUTHORITY.
IfMr. Clay were notrepatiiga se
rios of measures of thgn1sV corrupting
I. . . ... - ;t 1.,-ii.1.
hi 'rungw and' Mgitt
it te~ate'ennfl ilmsid
farce, and the docility with whichthe tame
poultry of his party flock on .at his heels,
by no-means detracts from'the ridicule.
We subjoin some specime~ns from the pro
ceedings of Monday, embracing every in
stance in which the Dictator took any part.
"Mr. Ker also presented a memorial of
Littleton Dennis Teackle, proposing a
plan of a cational currency; which he
moved might be referred to the Select Corn
mittee on the subject, and ordered to be
"Mr. Clay, of Kentucky. I hope it will
not be printed. We have fifty projects of
the kind, which have as much right to be
printed as this. Ioppose the printing.
The memorial wvas not printed.
Next came up Mr. Benton's Resolution
calling on the President for informationi as
to the receipts and disbursements of the
Treasury during the months of March,
A pril and May, &c.-an important inqui
ry, considering the abominable state .in
which the finances are reported to have
been on the 1st of Jane.
Mr;Clay, of Kentucky, know ofno prac
tical result to be accomplished by adopting
the resolution, and moved to lay it on the
Mr. Woodibury asked him to withdraw
his motion for a moment.
Mr. Clay. 1 withdraw it.
Mr. Woodbury then offered an amend
meat to the resolution, which being read.
Mr. Clay said, I now renew my motion
to lay the subject on the table.
'The motion was carried-ayes 22 noes 19.
Mr. Walker then moved a Resolution
instructing the Committee on the Public
Lands to inquire into the expediency of
engrafting on the Distribution Bill, cer-.
tain amendments embodying pre-emption,
graduation, &c &c..
Mr. W. asked its consideration at this
Mr. Clay, of Kentucky, asked if it was
a resolution of inquiry ?
Mr. Walker answered in the affirmative.
Mr. Clay. :Ihave no objection.
The iesolustion was accordingly agreed to.
We pass over two other eases, in the
first of which Mr. Clay dismissed one of
his own resolutions on the ground that it
had got addled-by lying over too long, and
it was no use to try to hatch it, and the se
cond, a resolution by Mr. Sevier, calling
for the grounds on which the Secretary of
:War had impreached the character of an
Indian Agent, in which Mr. Clay .merely
intimated his wishes and left it for a couple
of his understrappers to stiperintend the
burial of the resolmion, which was accord
ingly laid on the table, ayes 24, noes 22.
Next came up the McLeod -debate, and
Mr. Preston and Mr.'BDenton having spo
ken -t length, Mr. Buchanan said that as
his remarkson.Thursday had been honored
with a reply from four distinguished Sena
tors, be felt bound 'to make some answer.
He asked the Senate to adjourn and allow
him to make his reply to-morrowv (Tues
Mr. Clay of Kentucky. Ob,.certainly.
I have no, oetion.
A mdthe nafe adiournted.
FAOM THE CHARLESTON MERCURY-..
To the President of the Agricultural
Societies of South Carolina.
Gentlemen:-I ask your attention to the
ollowing resolution, adopted by the State
Igricultural Society at its last meeting,
ield at Columbia:
" That the District and Parish Societies
>e invited to present to this Society, at its
text annual meeting, an essay or memoir
ma the subjects to which their notice may
-espectively be drawn by the President,
tvhose business it shall be to designate the
opics on which information is needed."
There is perhaps no member of the con
ederacy more dependent on agriculture
han South Carolina, and hone where that
mportant branch of industry is more neg
ected. Of the States composing the
inion, twenty have deemed it necessary
.o aid the cause of the husbandman by
egislative enactments. South Carolina
ias so far steadily refused to lend even the
nfluence of her name to the upholding of
hat pursuit on which her wealth and pros
>erity so intimately depend. In this exi
;ency, when too the moral and political
:lemeuts have assumed a sombre hue, it
oecomes the Southern tiller of the soil to
rouse from his lethargy, and to direct his
florts to the divising of means best caleu
ated to promote the true interests of his
rocation. Accurate knowledge concer
dig the defects of our agricultural practi
:es, and the remedies that are accessible
ind certain, is what is now mainly wan
ed. In furtherance of this object, and the
oetter to attain the end substantially aimed
it by the Society, I now respectfully sub
nit the selection of the topics for the essay,
o your better judgements, in the confident
kope, that such subjects may be chosen,
dapted to localities, as will afford light
nough to guide us to the goal of useful
ind profitable labor.
It is conceded,. that there exist .ruinous
rrors in management, and great neglect
neans and facilities for agricultural im
>rovemeut. The fault is too common for
he planter to look exclusively to the annu
ii income from his crops, without taking
nto the estimate at the year's end, wheth
r his plantation, regarded as a permanent
nvestment of capital, has been improved
Learned or abstruse dissertations on hus
andry,although they would assist in bring
ig about correct opinionson many points,
erhaps essential to our calling, are not at
his time the surest means of accomplish
ag our purpose. Plain practical essays
he necessity of the occasion alone impera
ively requires. .*
If the service, designated in the above
tesolution, be faithfully performed, I
carcely need say to you, that an impulse
vill be given to agriculture in this State,
f vast and paramount utility. May I add,
hat this is a cause in which all can em
oark. Here there are no collissions of in
erest or of opinion to overcome, and no
notives at variance with private feelings
>r public incentive to action.
I have'the honor to be,
Your obd't, servant,
WHITEMARSH B. SEABROOK,
Pres. S; A. S. of S. C.
Edisto Island, June44,1841,
The&dgee Caie, 8,-This important
aw-vit was bD6tight up'b'eforeothe Court
fPEqaity tor Edgefield DistrictOS. C. on
L'esday of last week, but- ivas continued
t the request ofthe defendants. The comn
>lainants Henry Shuhtz and the State
3ank ;rei'sus The Bank of the State of
3eorgia, G. B. Lamar and the City Coun
:il of Augusta, used every exertion to bring
he case forward, and although the defen
lants had upwards of three mqnths time
a prepare for Court, they urged for an ex
ension of time to answer, which wasgran
ed until the first of September next. The
turn in question is aver a half million of
Mr. Shultz with groat perseverance had
~very thing ready to meet the case; falter
nog not, but relying on his talent, a good
anuse, and the benefit of his crcditors,
ioldly puished forwvard, and did hope that
he other party would lay aside all scruples
tnd meet him with such titles, deeds &c.
ts they pretended to have, and settle the
;uestion at once. Still wvith all their ta
ent and money, a bad cause &c. they pray
d for an extension.
Our oplinion is, and many will coincide
with us, that they should have been first
o urge a final decision of the controversy,
ud forever silenced the claims of Mr.
hultz, for surely it wvould be an easy
natter, if good titles are in their possession,
a have protducedl them at once. The pub
ic will say now, that they fear an investi
;ation of the mat ter.-Hamnburg Journal.
PIRATEs OF THE GULF.-The New Or
eans papers contain accounts of piracies
iviug bleen committed near the Balize,
nd of several individuals having been ar
ested, as concerned in the murder of the
rews and passengers of several vessels.
Thu ship Charles, Capt. Gorham, bound
or'Bordeaux from New Orleans, with
nany passengers on board; wvas found at
en,2.5 miles to the wvestward ofthle Balize,
vith all sails set, and without a soul on
>ard. The Captain's and sailors'effects,
ogether wvith the passengers' baggage
~vere all taken off. This circumstance
birew New Orleans into the greatest con
ternation, and immediate measures were
aken to discover and arrest the scoundrels
who had no doubt murdered the crew and
passengers, and robbed the vessel of all
We published last week the capture ofa
ichooner with arms on hoard, snspected of
iing a pirate. It is possible that this yes
el is one of t wo or three which are hover
ng in the gulf for piratical purposes.
Several small vessels have started from
New Orleans, with volunteers on board, in
arch of the villians, and it is expected
~hat they wvill be captured, as well as their
essels. A pprehensions were entertained
a New Orleans for the safety of several
vessels, which had left that port; one of the
vessels had $160,000 in specie on board.
Hail Stonn.-We regret to learn that
the upper part of St. John's, Berkley, was
visited, on Sunday last, by a severe -hail
,torm. rThe plantations mentioned as
having suff'ered injury- were Loch Dhu,
Lausanne, Mount Pleasaat, Wood Pond
. From Our Correspo'ident. '
From Forida.-By-ire steamer .in
dAnati, Captain Smiilh i ei
the following information: Os
Col. Worth arrived at ForiXing.oD the nact
rth-made a dash, with abobut2 m nm .-un ri- _
ted men, at Hulluck Tustenugee's camp hav
-found it in the Panesuf-kee Hamhock;
louses afl standing, -Indians gone. The OP
DoloneLarrived at Pilatka, on thi5th inst. "-d.
n his ay to St. Augustine, accompanied the.
)y Medical Director, Dr. Harney, Major lid
Capers, Disbursing India'niigent, Capt. era aJ
Wright, Acting Assistant- djutant Gen'l, bettet
ind Capt. Myers, A. Q. M. bowe
Surgical Operationfor Stuttering.-We
earn from the last Carolinanih at Dr' tic E
roLAND of our Town, has operated-sue-oC
.essfully for stuttering. The Editor re
narks, that he has conversed with the boy av
ince the operation, and that nothingof the: etpr
ate impediment in speech remained, - Fe
Phis is said to be the first operation of tEd' 0"34d
Lind that has been performed in Ameru*,. 34
md we hope it will be reported by.. ' and (
roLAND for some of our, Medical diffb
ials.-Temperance Advocate. a
We copy the following froin the'Soliih
estern Georgian of the 1stlinstant. Opl
The crops of this section never presen- Dahi
:ed a more flattering appearance than'they equir
lo at the present time. We were so', i
few days since, a field of corn b'longing
:o Col. John Woodbright of Palmyra
rhicb in height would measure from 10.t
Li feet, and as far as we can judge isafair
pecimen of the corn fields through Lee
md Baker. The cotton crops are eq.ually
romising. If the seasons continue . as,
hey have been, no doubt that our farmers
ill. get out of-debt next viinter.- -i
Hail Storms.-We understand the neigh- .
iorhood of Hopewell, in the western-sec
ion of this county, was visited by a severe
tail storm on Wednesda'y evening last.
rhe growing crops were injured very much - ,
specially coru, wheat, and cotton. A like I
risitation passed over a part of the county7 aF
few miles south of this place on Turs- --
lay evening, accompanied with..a strong bt
Vind, almost ruining many flourishing r i
lelds of wheat.--Mecklenburg Jefeisont- ',
in June 15. _
The Crops in this section of country, are.
uffering very much, in consequence of th W'
rought and hot weather,. wliich we have O.:s
ad for some time past-; and if there is not pe
sin shortly the Corn Crops.will turn out frca.
ery bad.-Cahawba Democrat June 15. tio-.
From de Baltimore Republican.
JOHN BULL IN MEXICO.
Mr. Packenham, the English minister at
dexico, has beeu making himself rather
idiculous of late. His erratie movenients
ire amusingly'detailed iitthe followiig ex
ract from a private correspondence:
Msxico,!27th March, 1841. w
"It appears as if Englandisstrying to at
ick a quarrel with this country, and that 7i
rovernment hasgiven orders totheresident 41.
'niiister' t'ot embrace every o~~it~.
werrit, igaue. -2!ji' me
bd. -%b~i not ki
)f-probaiiLy. Asubscriptioi iadnessi not
ot up to give a public dinner to the"Pre i th
lent in the large saloon of the Theatre.-- guilty
all the bion ton was invited, and likewise, coID
is a matter of course, the corps diplomati
rue. Mr. Packenham, the:English Minis
er, having observed thadhe.British -flag tern
was on the left of the National Colors, ing ii
svhilst the French flag occupied the right firm
ide, thought it proper to call the at tention the b
f the mastcr of the ceremonies thereto, er, ai
md insisted at the same time that the en. sy
igu which he represented should be placed co
o the right. To this the master of ceremo- prett
lecs objected, saying that a French tapes- whbic
ry maker had been employed in decora- nessi
ina the saloon, and that without his hay
og received any orders he had placed the
lag of his nation on the right side of the Di
exican colours. Mr. Packenham replied ed 11
n an arrogant tone that ifthe psihion of bia whoa
usign was not altered according to his Ma
wishes, within a quarter of an hour, he Wep
would himself take it down. General ty
Canalizo, the master of ceremonies, gave ber
arders to send for a soldier to protect the most
:rophy, but without waiting atny longer, who
Mr. Packenhiam, with the assistance of his care
secretary of legation, went up to the third tothe
.ir of boxes, tore down the colors, and and
icattered them in shreds over the assem- fathe
ly below-He theni descended and gave wit
>rders to all the Etnglishmeni present to Chiri
etire, which they did wvith becoming grav- a livi
"General Canalizo sent a challenge to were
Mri. Packenham on the morniing following, illne
which the latter refused to accept, and here and
~he matter rests," noet
-' of pi
T HE SUPPREssED LisT.-The suppres- twel
ion of the names of the politicians and taine
solvents who are indebted to the Banks whic
f the United States-that is. to say, who buti
hve got the money of the stockholders in hesti
he Bank--is an act which calls for thielaw
loudest condemnation. Tyler's committee
in 1834 refused to publish the list, but we I
made a tabular statement to involve the, -atto:
innocent as well as the guilty. The pre-t ed h
sent managers of the Bank utterly refuse wi
to publish it. The reason of this refusal is .I Y
elear. The list cannot be published, they . r I~
say, without deatruction to the stock of the
Bank-without ruin to the politiciani, wh be
are now at the head of aff'aire-nor with- ioww
out killing up the scheme of anew Nation- T
al Bank. The publication .of the list might wer
show the stock to be worth nothing, and
would put an end to the stockjobbing tricks
by which that stock is kept in market, and
shoved off~ upon innocent and~ ignorant
purchasers; and therefore it ought to he
published. The publication would show
the indebtedness of the Secretaries, Con
gressmen, Editors, &c. whoe are now baw -_
ling for an~oth er bank, having devoured one
of thirty-five millions; and would consign 'I
these gentry and' theii- motives to theo- fr-on
tempt which they merit. The puabllbation dou
would also show how theBank has been
managed, what use itwas to ide'&eo.
and would ewplode the argument foV~i new
one. All this is ikopwn to the inanagers :"
of.the Bank. They~ere&Eederalists, and' j
know that the publication Qmdruin Eed- S
eralism;-and, therefere, rbedetermineto G
r neraly mains a, state of
ave Nge toj6tejin the
Sales during past.,ee
as buyers areduwilling to
T. ', 7
at decline Of-i" , which
r to reduce the price, and hold.
e vious rates, in'auIiicipation of
by the Steamer at If
uld bring no improve ment in
-.must be a stillgreter decline.
e haataken place'in Domes
Sight Checkas ew York,
e Notes; paisbi -at Athens,
uring te pa week at 12' ier
3m. harleston atil] r ct prom.a
oal ,terB which pay-specie,
. on New Yord for ity
ads, 3jaljper, rem. .The
eon Excange on-New.York
isaboutope perct. There is
i -demand fon'iDien money, ex
e Branch Bank at
oivsnowayiug apecie or its
In e surprising, that this institution
Ir' :; htve been permitted to
h . e for the lat- ten or
u the.publicwhile the
3 chdrter,ieserved to
age-of tiling away
- refused to pay spe
TD the institution will
.: :th a.total loss tothe
c - -m' by-all who haveany
e omt. The soon i ere.
t - rfor the community.
* ' is exceedingly dull.
4 'a reiry light, and prices
- > which they are sold,
Fraived for them. We
j- of money-here, good,
-for-riinag. It is im
c :umstances, 'and with
a %tated prices for goods.
ced-a little, in conse
article in the market.
re at 9 Corn and
h agons 62icts.
a~was sold yesterday
-7 eta. The transac
k conf to smalllots,
-.1 reported in the coun
and is again visited
1Ohether there are any
-:n in your section ofthe
ailly authdrized to say
- nd.that our city never
ason of the year,than
-.- -,'conversation here to
4* ' S --Ou r. lwes, who itia sup
ng on e n n t
in n. Ohoulia ies be found
b also share.the fate ofhis colored
ade . ARGUS.
HalXnaO, June 16.
e ta received by the Great Wes
rny last, has strengthened the f'eel
I our et mn a measure, and prices are
:o-day thout a disposition on the~ part of
aye?. to vance. Our quotations, howev
a carrie 'up a little from last week's sales,
j.to 1 An extra choice Jot might
e irr n o the past week have been
Pfir o the dull meason at this time,
we'al ys look for, and a tolerable busi
atl niamongst us, and has remnov
oniouimber, one whose virtues ar~d
e piutaetieared her to all whoknew her.
s. MA* onerroN, departed this lire on
nthe 9th of June, aged for
rs egtnyasa worthy mem
a4W naly has been deprived of a
af4i oand tender parent; a family,
pa ' at this time needed maternal
wd 'I; but he who ternm era the wind
'sboer , has said, leav our orphans
ra T ildcien to me, audI will bena
i He is wise in all his dealings
us jp ust submit. ,
the - and death of Mrs. Thornton, the
iti~ liright example of the.poveer of
ffaith in his glorious doctrine.
* patiene, and fortitude, wvhichc
dispp during the long- course of her
is, is of consolation to her family
'ri truly enables them to mourn.
a th. out hope, but because they
epriv 'alivingand a shining example
sty, . de and submiasion. For nearly
,e ~bse was almost helples, yet re
di flif on of all her mental faculties,
h w reised not in useless repinings,
n ado aild calm submission to the be
ofi hem she had put heritrust. She
aid *ahaffections and devout in her
e bid her faniily. cease to mourn;
no osbut'we would direct their
tio source from whence she deriy
ir her firmness and hier hopes;
hi ter of anguish into smiles of
et lean on the Lord 'oi- safety, and
mdl d be assured that although she
ad, five again ;-let them wait'with
Inca change come, when.thiszmor
iall i haa orfality, and death be uwal.
di e iot in the following linec
The af departure's come,
I -vbtce'that calls me home,
At ird, let trouble cease,
An irant die in peace. .
I've fight, I've won-theirize,
Jth oian the skies ;
o.rd, that thou didat give,
Ma behd forever live.
'rp iekiowledgelthe. Receip
~th' *jg'ersohn to th. time pu
n to ,e names.:
rm3 ,Esq,- to 8th Feb 1842.
!iB Mto ihMay. 1841.
~ 8h.ly, 1841.
j ~ 1849 .
1 t F e b 8 42~
1 1. -
T Morton to We*42.
- .B. Gifliu, to 8ih Febdi(2Y -
e, to 7th January1842
to 8th October, 1840.
Rfrothro,to 26th Deer. 1840.
F.A. Cochran, to 18th Feb. 1842.
Win. Mobley,,to 15th May, 1842.
yehna Bursiitd2nd January, 1842.
Lake Culbreiath, to'8th Feb.1842.
Di*.G Tennent, to 8ti Feb. 1842.
Reve Thous. Morris, tCo lt Jan. 1842.
IeiviHolmes, Esqr., to 10th June. 1841.
D;E. Davenport,to 24th June, 1842.
Rev. W. P. Hill, to 8th Feb. 1842.
E. J. Youngblood, to 8th Feb 1842.
Lewis Sample, to 13th May, 1T42. -
(FORiERLY KNOWN AS GLOVER'S.)
IN EDGEFIELD VILLAGE.
T HE SUBSCRIBER having' purchased
the aboveestablishmenti and been at much
expense in fitting it up for-the seomodation
of Families, ahd -,transidnt "Boarders; would
now call public atteiitioi to it.
His Hotel is new' and spacious, situate near
the Court House, in a very diry situation, and
his Table he flatters himself, willbear a comp i
ison, with any one found in an inland town. For'
health, the villiage'is notorious; and he has
made such arrangements as be feels confident
will give satisfaction to Families that may pay
him a visit during the Sumamer season. The
village is surrounded by numerous Springs of
His Stablesare under the superintendance of
a careful Hostler, and ate large and airy.
TERMS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
Regular Boarders, per month, $15 00
Chldren and servants halfprice,
Day Boarders, 1 50
Horse per month, 12 50
"t per day, -75
C. H GOODMAN.
June 25. tf 21
Brought to- the Jail
0F this District, a Negro Man by the name
of SAUNDERS, about six feet high, dark
complexion, and about 24 years of age. He
says he belongs to Mr. Win. Anderson,-of Ab
beville District, S. C. He says he had a (bro
ken knee) Mare, when he left hotie, which he
sold to a wagoner for $18. The owner is re
quested to come forward, prove property, pay
charges, and take him away.
C. H. GOODMAN,
Jailor, E. D.r,
July 24 . f 21
State of South Carolina.
HEUMEL NICHOLSON, Sen. fi8lig8.
E ijies north of. Edgefield Court House;
Tolled before me onebay mare Mule, judged to
be twenty yearsold, thirteeen handsthreenche
high, a b ackspoton the left hip.; Appraised at
twenty dollars. Appraised by Andrew Ransay;
J2A. Mitchell J. McNeill
JOHN KIRKSEY, Magistrat.
June2 tf 21
-CLRManDxon, 4th June, 1841.
ORDiis No. -
THE following Regiments will parade for
reviow and drill,- at the times and places
herein stated, yiz:.
The 25th Regiment at Winnborouigh, on
Tuesday, the 13th day of July next.
The 24th Regiment at the usual parade
ground, on Thursday, the 15th of July.
The 6thi Re'iment of Cavalry at Yongue's,
on Satuirday te 17th of July.
The 26th Regiment at Chesterville, on T~ues
dythe 20th of July. ersoqFile
The27h Rgiment at Olivei' l ilo
Thursday, the 22d of July.
The 46th Rogiment at Ebenezer, on Satur
day. the 24th of July.
The 34th Regiment at Yorkville, on Tues
daT, the 27th of July.
1'ho 35th Regiment at Union Court House,
one Thursday, the 29th of~luly.
The 9th Regiment of Cavalry at Mc~ride
ville, on Saturday the 31st ofiJuly.
The 37th Regiment at Wilkin's Old Field,
on Wednesday, the 4th of August.
The 36th Regiment at Timmon's Old Field,
on Tuesday, the 10th of August.
The 45th Regiment at the Burnt Factory, on
Thursday, the 12th of August.
The 41st Regiment at Park's Old Field, on
Saturday. the 14th of August.
The 40th Regiment at Mrs. Boyd's, on Tues
day, the 17th of August.
The 10th Regiment of Cavalry at Boyd's,
on Thursday, the 19th of August.
The 3d Regiment at Toney's Old Store, on
Saturday, the 21st of August.
The 1st Regiment at Bruton's on Thursday
the 26th August.
The 1st Regiment of Cavalry at Pickehiaville,
on Saturday, the 28th of August.
The 5th Regiment at Hunter's, on Tuesday,
the 3lst ofAugust. -
The 2d Regiment at Hail's on Friday, the 3d
The 42d Regiment at Minton's, on Tues
d'y, the 7th of September.
The 4th Regiment at Verrennes, on Thur'
day the 9th of September. -
TIhe 8th Regiment at-Morrow's Old Field, on
Tuesday the 14th of~eptember.
The 6th Regiment at, Lomiax's, on Thms.
day, the 16th of Septeti&i.
The 2d Regiment of Cavalry at Lonigmire's,
on Saturday the 18th of September.
The 9th Regiment at Lowe's, on Tuesday,
the 2lht of September..
The '7th Re 'ment at the Old Wells, on
Thursday, th'e 2dof September.
The 10th Regiment at Richardson's on Sa
turday, the 25th of September.
The 38th Regiment at Killer's Old Field, on
Tuesday, the 28th of September.
The 39th Regimnent at the usual parade
ground, oi Thursday, the 30th of September.
The commissioned and non-commissioned
officers will assemble at their respective Regi
mental Muster grounds, for drill and instruc
tion on the day previous to their review.
The., Major Generals and Brigadier Gen
srale will, with their staff, attend the review. in
'Sh# Brgaier Generals are apecially charg
ed-rith tie extension ofeso mnuch of this order
as relates to their own Brigades.
The Commandants of Regiments will malle
their annual returns to their Brigadier General
et suchktimes as they may direct; to enable tlbit
.tii ke teir returns to'the Adjutani Gheral
by thfiteenth of October n'ext.
Af~of th Coimar -n-Chie,
Ti une 24p'2
i '-e of
pared,b inconsequence ofihe i
beCommisvionerpBenj 'A' i
iolden at Abbeville Co sefo A v
District, on the third h Aou nez
mdhit this notice b ouzudci0
eiswve weeks in the Edj te P
ished at Edgefield C. H., Mitithe-So
>inian, published in Columbia.
(Signed) DAVID JOHNSC
4Iune 24 - d
1 01 LLBS. good Midd
0 F-BACON orsalelo
. for C4 - i' -M. E~
State of SoutI4CaroflJ1
Ulen Anderson, -
WILL BE SOL op the firsy ayad
W July at Elgeeld Court e
tegro girl, eziTah,
S. CHRISTIE, g: z. n
June 24 b 21
State of South Carolina.-.
KN Y OLIVEui"OWLEs,Esq
LIP nary of Edgefield DIstrict. - -
Whereas, -Robert R. Hunter, widi t .
mnnexed, hath applied to me for LenetsAo(AA
ninistration, on all and singular the and
:hatels, rights and credits of B a on, lie
>f the District aforesaid. deieked. '
These are, therefore, to eitaii idImonish ald
mnd singular, the kindred ande i6ditori"f the
aid deces e',t6 be and appear before 'me;at
mur next diua's Court for the said District
a be holdenat' dfield Court-House on te
ith day of July, 1 1, to show cause, if
Nhy the, said Administration should. nt
Given under my hand and' -
af June, one thousand 'eihtiti' j d ed
orty-ore, and in the _ixty- 'y'irof Am r
0. TOWLES, 0. E. D.
J une 24 1841. ($212A) b 2
B Y Virtue of sundry writs 'of Fier
Facias. I shall proceed to sell s
Edgefield Court House, on the first Mon
Jay and Tuesday in July next,'the 61.
owing property viz
Obed. H. Morris vs. Andrew Harterone6 ' -
Lact of land, con(aining 'eighteen ere,
ore or less; adjoining tabdsof WtnTims
m.riman, and otherb.
lDsi-ling J. Walker vs. Sterling P tAL
Wi:-H. McClain'vs. tlhe sime .'i
W;iidstiuiin 2-Aieres _
6^ ijning. A WWandrt
less a sjiiig'Jiob ht1 iude 5anQ -
G' CfhohC60ibrab ye:. -
tt . haid ice ef'e-nd'a '
one 6th tieknowi on e
lys stri siini e N
*Ci r &.' Desidi.SydeyM *f
John Kio-vs. the same,- one bay
Win. H.;Yeldell vs.-John Robertsi -
lames lYeldsll, aid .Edmun'd chito, -~ ~
l5O acres ofland, -mio's or les don'
Bendersonand-others, also one bay -~t
th~ertri of John Robertson. - -
Beverly Burton; 600acres oflan , "re
less,-adjoinirig S. He'Mundy .and atodir
Win Spires vs. N, 3. Black, 50 acres'of
and whei-e defendant now lives, adjoining
Win. Hightower and othersi. . ''' ~,
.Johnson Sale vs. the same, the abibve
leaCribed property. - -. -'
Robert Carlisle vs. the same, the above
John Loften vs. Sanders Rearden, one
rbgw woman, Cate.
Lewis Collins vs. Robert C. Jones & Jo
siab King, one bay' Horse, and one black
Mare, the property of R. C. Jones.
Jue17 .. CHRISTIE, 5. E. D,
Jue 17, 1. cI-1
T HE Semi-annual meeting of the Board of.
Trustees of this Institution, will be held
nt its seat near Winnsborough, on the Satur
Jay before die first Sunday tn July. .J. B. 0.
Darean, to preach the introductory. aormonr
C. ~1. -Breaker his alternates. Business af
great importance will come before the Board;-'
after. the Board shall rise, a Conference of its
members, and. of all the members ofthodenom
iniation present,.will be requested, to ralie-into ~ '~ ~
consideration some general inatters otinterest ~ T
to the denomination. A fulliattendance is re
07~ Exchange piapers in'S. C.-, are requestedt
to give the above one or two insertions.
June17 c 20
State of South -Carolina.
Thomas E. Colenian & Wife, Appliat~ ,
B. F. Bland & Wif'e, and others, Defts ),
in the above case,.reside without the limite of
th is State, it is ordered, that they dolaj
and object to the division or sale~ ~ .fiuf -e
tate of Marian Adasmadeceased,''oior betif.r
the sixth day of September next, or their conr
sent to the sanie will be entered o'iecori.
Given tinder my hand, at my ofie6, tfiis15th
day of Jutie, 1841.
OLWVER TOWLES, or. p.C
June 17 - 1.20
Niotice to Brtdk e Bnitd
EALED PROPOSAL S Will rieit - '
~by the Commissioners er dii -odj.6r '-.
the tower Battallion, 9th RegimentS~'' ~ -
Militia, for the buildingof a EW Bh1q,~ -)
across Stepheus' Cekna.ni e
kins Mills, (where the Brid~ no
Proposals will-6e receied tobad *%
Bridgeroas Turkey reon i' ,.IL4
read, (near N. Lowe's, -
now stands.) The pla ' frdee au
seen by application to iiWfteCotauk
sioners. Proposais-will beee'vedat~o'
P. 0., until the .3dday oggJiy.
By or d o heC
nsistl84L - -