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Super black & mixed Satinetta and Kentuc
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fine wool dye andl Frendc black Clutls,
blue. invIsible gree4 & mixe.d do
Black. blue black. Iancy colored & mixed
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Bomabasin. Ilerin,'s. and MuInlin de Lainaes,
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Bloa black Gro d'At'i1ue,
2nd Mlouriing do
Gro d ' irmre. anid Rep. Silks.
Black. Pekin anl strped Chinie & Gelacc do
Plain & 6G'ured Satins & Bonnet -4ilks.
With every new style itn market. plaini,.uarip
ed and figured.
Thread & Lace Fdgings & Ilsertinigu. with
a general assortmeut of all kinds of Lace
New and Fasioable fine (aris work'd Col
Bonnets, a variety of the best & newest styles
Silk. Florence, anid Straw.
7-4 & 84'heavy changeable Silk Shawls.
Nett & p laid wool and Chtinie 8:lk do
Chinie Scarf. & l'ancy Silk Shawl,.
Whimo & black Silk Hlie & i Hose. Frenech
Of Glove..sery. Rtibbons. Braid. Tapes.
Cord. Binding. Fringes. Collars. Scarfs.
Hakis. &c. . a general variety,
1000 pieces Paper Hangings.
ScoechGinghama.Cafabrie &Siitt Umbrellas,
White & blue laid Lvtter & Cap Paper.
Envelope. and aD kinduolPaper used im Print
Printine Paper of any alze and qualhty. tsnr.
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T'ae above, with almost every variety ofiarti
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Hiaumburg. Nov. . 1841. f 401
Sta~te of' South (snrolina.
E DGEFIELD DISTRICT.
IN THlE COMMON F LEAS.
C..A. Dowd. 's. ,, pa.,,
m ~ Ferseg Ancchmnt.
T he Plaintif's having this day Gilad his Do
-elaratioan in my olice, and the Defendant
having no wifa or attorney known to be within
the State. on whom a copy of the sante. witha
rule to plead. conild be served. It is ordere'd
that the defendant plead toa the tuaid de-clartion
within a year and a day, or final anad absolute
judgment will be given against him.
GEO. POPE, c. c. r.
Mtay 90, 184..v- w. w- age 16
F OR SALE whieb may be seen at tho resi
dence of Dr. Geiger. Cherokee Pondes. in
this District, where his age, pedigree, and price
,nsyalso be a-,ertamd.
State of South Ca: olia. I
Wjason L Moaoley asd
wife, anad others. vs. Bill for Partdon ad
Wima. Fortune, Ann
Fortune, and Jesse
O N rending de afIiday it fled it- this cause,
on motion of Patterson. it Is or:eredi that
he defendant Jesse McCleary. whi reside
sithout ihe liiits ofmthe State do answer, plead.
> demur to the wthin Bill, withlin three momlius.
>r judgment will be taken against himls pro con
A. P. ALDRICH, c. r. 3. ID.
September23,18-41. its 34
State of South Carolhna,
IN THE CO.tIMON PLEAS.
C. J. Glover. Declaraioniiin .4tachment.
W I ER EAS the Plaintiffin the above pta
ted case. hast this day liled his declaratimti
agaistt the iiefenanit. who is absent frotu. and
witiout thi liuant, of tmi. State, as it israid. hav
mig nieither w ire nor attornr , known withisi the
'ame, on whom a copty of the declaration with a
rule t ple-ad tim-retit. might be slerved: th der.
ed. that th,- Delendant plead to the said dec.ara
tion. within a ye.sr atnI a day, from the date
thereof.l otherwise fiil and absolute judgnsent
will he awarded ..pinst hint.
clerk's Ofice, GEO. POPE, c. c..r.
Oct Id. 1441. aqe 3e
State 1of South Car-olina,
IN TIlE COMMON PLEAS.
3ittein Mimtni. va. Declarationin AUach.
11111m,-4 & 61ncair 1 Ment.
W HEREMAS the PIamititin the above sta.
ted case. has tiis day tiled iis declara.
losn against the Delendaitts, wh o absent froti,
1114 ithiui1it tlit hiitts of this statae. :x, it is said.
mnving neither wife nor .attiorney. known within
he same. ons whaio a capy of the declaration
with a rile t- pleat thireto ight he sieved:
rdered. that t heiDeldait.- peaid to the ,ail
Ieclaranin. withits a year and a day. fromti th,
late thereof. utherwie final and absmolute judg.
netit will be awarded agaiint then.
('Jerk's Ofie. GEO. POPE, c c.rP.
Oct. 18. I41. Ma1e 38
tate of South Carolina.
IN TIlE C0.1MON PLEAS.
amuinel Kt. Fuller, vs. D1eclaratio in A4t
Jones & 4cnty. I iachment
W IIEREAS the said Plainti'ts the above
stated case, lmsthiiday tiled Isis Declar.
tion a Uainat isaid DeI'endant whit is absent
i. and witlient the limits of tle State. (as it
1aid,) having neither wife norattorne.knows
rihah'sf~uwilo.mfa o. .~t. De
laratis' lia rule to plea iierttj i,
rved: Ordered. that the said Del'endantjilead
i the said Declaration. withmin a year and a
ay froin time date tberet'. otiierwime tial nam
bsolute jndgnmment will b-- awarded agaiist him
JN). F. LIVIN'STON, C. C. P.
ay 4. 1441. 1. & T. aqe 17
SIat,- of S4,otith Carolint
Samuel Butler & wife., Applicans.
Thomas Carpenter & ither- Destri.
[r Appearitr. to may ati'faetion tien
. Taais. C'arpeter. I. Carpenser. J:ame
rav and hi. wife Mary. reside witihout
hie limit-s ir thiis State. It ; therefire or
lered that they do nppe;sr ani object to
eit- ,livi-sion or sale of time real E-tate of
teuh. t Carpeiter. deceased, ont or befin t
he third dasy ofilanaumry next.osr their con
eit to the saimie he eme.s1mred or resord.
U. TOWLES,o i:. D.
Oc't. 5. 1841 alh 36
.atae of Soth (otioli.
Amiy Rteynolsda and w tie. A picanmits, rs.
Ur.ze.amhii Edns ard- & whim. A ntmiera. eLlsia
T' appieartng to myi .aatssinctni, that N. wel
Tu''illis anid wife i.nbethi. Thomia Gans
ett am d wife Nanicy, atnm lirmat .MJeek anidwife
blnrtisa. i.Deendantls in time nhsave case. maside
rataotm the limits oh' this Stat. it is or.ieredi
hat they do apphear andi dbject ti mime diiatn
ir sale ofi the real eistate~ of Heimecca Itunev. de
eaed. sim or bef'ore' them sixth day~ mt' Ilecestmer
ext, or thiser contiessmm to th,- .stme wilI beo enter
i of reserd. mite' mmnder my hatnd. mit my
llice, thi. 7th diy oh Se'ptember. 1541.
OL~iER I UW LES, mm. r.. n.
September ai i :32
BARNELL DEI iCT.
IN TltE COMM1ON PLEIAS.
William Rt. 7owler. Aa
'r 11 E- plaintit iin the above case, having this
d say tiled his mectaratimon in tmy allie, ami
he deheunat havn11g nteithmer wife mar atrneyv.
auown tia ism its ibis State. on whiomt a col9 cant
so ervcd: Oim imstin-Ordeeed, hat the mde
rendant do pleamd, withii as year and a dasy iroms
Isis date, or hnal amid absoliute judgmenat will
s awarded asgammat line.
OILSM U.S I). A LL EN, c. c. r.
Ojire of Common Nelcms, aqe
Barawell Distriet, ~s ptr. 241. I81 3
STITE OF X. ('C.OLINA,
MAU(KEING( BROWN. tolls b4wfore mes a
sm il brialh dismis liase 3IUL- . with a
sar ain the righst hip~~naa.an pposeto 13) enre old.
apprisesd sy Pleasanit $ears. Isaae Hlawse,
mid Mitchell Cox, at tive dollars.
.L. ii. FREEMAN.J r.
October28 m4t" 39
AL L perasas indebted to the cetate of Sarah
Buirtm, Iite of' Edgefield Dtistnet. dec.. are
reqested to make immedcaiate payment, and all
whim have denmanda acainml the r'sta'are roepret-t
ed t~ n-nder thes iim io the subscribers properly
attested. within the time prescribed by law.
J. F. BURNS, 4s's
State of South Carolina.
BARN WELL Dl T'T
James D. King, lulfor c. i i
Benj. It.Jenkin..&othe, t Jax ? 841.
O N readmi: .he affidavnl filed in this case it
is ordered, that the defendammis Benijalnin
ti,. .- nk .s. and the legal reiree ntative of Paul
Fzimziimois, whao reside without the limits al
lnii, .teitL di answer. pleast or deumo, to the
abou eltted hill within three muitivs or judge.
ment will be taken againt ites pro confieo.
A. P. ALDRICH. c. a. .a. D.
Commissioners Offe, Buratcel
DiArict, Atgust 16, M41.
Angust 19 ac .0
stitt' OA *-wiitIh t :aroh a.
I N Tlr. 031O.310N ILEAS.
Josiah King vs. toreignI Attachmnent.
Beinay roctor, Dcelaration in Assumpsit.
-Hf l laiititTlhaving this day tiled his declvi
ation in mny olice. and the lierendant hav
ing no wire or attorniey knowts to be with it the
State, on whom a copy of the same, with a rule
tu plead, could he served. It is ordered thai
ue Defendant plead to the .aid declatatimi
within a year anid a day, or final and absulute
jndgeneut -vall be give.n against him.
GEU. POPE, c. c. r.
May 13, 1841. aqe 16
State of South arolia,
EDGEFIELD DIS ,LICT
IN TIlE COMMON PLEAS.
H C. Baldnin & Co. vs Attachment
Grady & 3leiteyn,,ids. 4ssumTpsi.
1HE Plaintitf having this day fiLed hi. de
claration in the above stated case, at
the Deetendant tiaviig no wit'e ot attorney
vnown to be within this State, upon whow a
copy ofthe saiddeclaration with a ruileto plea
cn be servcd It is ordered thiat the said De
rendant do appearaid plead to the said declara.
tion, within a year and a day. rrois the publica.
Lion hercor.or finalanmd .bsolute judgment wdl
be awarded against hint.
( EO. POPE, c. c. P.
.lerk's Offire. (
fare 22.1641, j J T O $7 50 aq 10
State of South 4 arolini-a,
IN THE COMMON 'LEAS.
Beverly Durtoin AttacAment,
Wto.A. Steifle. Debt.
HE Plaintilrhaving this day
Declaration in my olfice, and
nt eaving no Wire or Attorney
within the State.on hom a cop
wite a rule to lead, could be'serv
.artion within ayear ad a -day,
.eisoutejudgement will begiven a
GEO. POPE, c.
Dec. 18. 18-10. a $7 5O
Statt- of Solith Carolina.
IN TIE CLO..U3IY PLEAS.
lery Willi Frin ttacment
4 ,tithrigr VVilli:,. o'~g
Si IE Plaititiar havitg this d.ty filed his
Declamation gen my offire, and the De
;eudant haviig n- wire or attorney known to
moe within the State. nit wvl.oina it oply of the
sane. witha tle to, plead. etnld be served. It
1- ordered that the Defeddam plead to the said
declarntions within a year and a day. fr titin-i
anad absolute judgesent will he given agammat
hitmn. GEO. POPE, c. c. r.
Clerk.- Office .
.iMay 20). 1M4l. W. U. aqe i
State of 'outh Carolina.
A BE VILLE DISTRICT.
IN TilE CotlMMON PLEAS.
William Chnstain. a-signee. ( Dclaration in
%s. Edward Collier. Sr. A Attachment.
I lEREA the plaintitfintheabovestated
ease has this dy tied his Decarno a
::nat tiahehenantt.woi ab :ienmt from.aad with
ont the limits o.f this State.. (a.s it ils said.) having~
neither iie nor attoranev. known withain thme
saime. mmn wi honm ai ceo I te De'clarntomn. with.
a rule to plead thereto might he ,se,. ved : Or
dered. that the De'fendia.-t plead t the said lDe.
clarationi within~f a r and a day from the date
thiereolf, othaerwie' tial an.! absonte judgmett
will tbe awarded again..t hitn.
JN". F- LIV1.\ 4STON, C. C. P.
M av 15. 1841 . a. & -r. aqo 17
State of S"outh ('niolna.
IN T IliE CO).ilIlON PLE AS.
AI51hEVIL LE DIS I RICTI.
.iurninig S P..ttersoni, Dedarauinn
Exernmtrix. vs. &y rlaitant in
A. V Cox. A4ttachmnent.
I ~HE Plaintiff having thia dayv tiled his de'
Eclaratio in. iny otice.anid thme [Defendanm
having no wife or attornmey known to be with.
ini tiw. State up,,nm w hom a copy conkd be served
with a rule to plead. O.nimotioma. ordered
tham tie Defe'ndanat do plead to the said declar
ationa within a year andi a daty 'roma thi. date, or
final anal absolute judgment shall be awarded
J F. LIVIlNGSTON, c. c. r.
Sept 30. ht84l. a sa age m
A LIL persons indmbted o thae Latte B. A. WVa
lace. are reajine-ted to imake paynment, and
-all tauee having deimands agaiset thme estate, are
requesatedl to remndar them properly atteste-i te
N. I.. Grilli. Esqr., my attorney with whoom
wvill be plhacod all notes and acemnts due the
estate. ELLEN T. WALLACEF
October 14 tI' 37
LLprsone toa whaoma the Estate of' 0. F.
Nich olsoan. decaeased. is ipdeate d, are re'
qumestede to present their .aecotti. anti thos,- whcb
owe the saine, au regnisued to pay themt de
D. RL. STROTH ER,
m nCL ei.iDx, 8:h Nov. 1641.
One s No. -
1U I of. 3d Brigade of Cavalry,23d Regimen
LIfanety, DeKalb IRifle Guards. anc
Ariand M zine Guards. will parade a
'oin~ , otn We'diesdna the tith of Deertn
her nov, at II o'clock A.' M.. for drill and re
.wito high sense of the landolable spirit o I
emIsUton and improvenent manifeswed by thI
Cnmn ; of the 6th Birigade. wh'..w service
har voluntarily tendered for the occas4ion
the CA~riander-in-'hi' I dire-t that the Quar
rer M General, shall make the nsecessari
provl ol Tent and Camnp Equippage. toi
their o idation
Tb ijr General of the 1st Division wil
take, d of the Troops on the day of re
view. card of the Evolutions to ise perforn
ed, w previously be furnioebed thronalh thil
Ite'n: nt, to the respective corps and de
Thei ajor Generals and Brigadier General:
.f dM plate. with their espejcietiviti Statfis. an
theErAdjutat Geueral. are reqe-sted to at
tend i1munimanider-in-Chiel on the field.
The of tihe Coiniander-in-Chief wil
repQrt*. duty at flead Qutiarters. previous If
the d review. Lemat. Col,, Eii-t lh. Miuan
ning a TIylor, are detailed to select and tr
pfarea,gitable field for the exercise of tIe
Tits arter.-Maser-General with the Qnnr
ter-M of the' 3d Brignde of Cavalry. ant
5thn h Brizade of o'infatry %wIl atteod it
duo lime. lore ceive and distriute to theo re
spectiv*-Corps, the necesary Arm:. Cam
Ei* andA Ammunition- for the ecenioae
whimiill be furuihed by the Armenal Keepci
ni Collijhis, upon the requisitiomn of the Quar
TbeComnmanler-in-Chief will present a snit
able Egblem of Distinction to the best drillet.
infiiant: Light Iufautry. Rifle. or Artiller)
o'm p . on Thurmslay the 9th of December
Thei iurit ofreach to le decided by a rolpe
tent 8fWd otoflicers. detailed for that purpmoe
The 'gadier Generals of the 3d Divxioln
with the extention of tihis order
' coanmands, anl are required to at
ir respective Stafis.
J. W. CANTEY,
Adj't. and Insp't. Geil.
received. in addi
k. the tollowing anr
Mouse de Laines. for LU
a double width Italiani and otler blarl
Faaecv Satin. Monm-- de L.ine. .erinti. an,
other varietiee Setawl.
A good amartmn t 'llosiery. & C.
LiIde%'A1't tlk m Carsmese IHowe.
Genlemnean'< Lamb' Wool halt if re.
Men's & L ndies' Ktt. Ilokin. Buck en,
LAdies Cravatim. Tiltooni Scarfs. &c.
A r.Coisu MaanvtTaMI.NT or
H.ITS M, '44P8, At.
Fteblracing I'mmr C::p . '..lesth and Se:ai Cny
Gentleien'.4 fle tem. (fashion:ale and brom
himt"n.) Wool linto. &c.
I ease heavy Plaiim.. Kernev. &c.
Whitney islankte. ni'o Ne-ro I-nkets. &C
A om'l tock of sioe- ltaen's, lliiys. am
Ladie fGame Sloes.
.\Wo-1 eine Mem' , aier Calf cMots.
All the above on accomrn.de.latinmg tere
Nov. 4 d 40
- E dGEFIELD DIST'R IT.
Yj OLIVELR TOLE(I~r~ S, Emjmnire
Orditnri et F~dge-tmeld Di'erIet.
edito tme faor Ltter'.ofAdmnitratio~n, watl
thme w-ill annemtxedt, onm nll andi "ingmhar the
gmaodas and cha.'ttels, rights amnd c'rediis 0
Nathman !aidie. Seumr.,* late of them Distric
These are, theare'fore, to acite andt nman
imh nll and singular, thme tei';dredl and~ cre'di
tor.i or te itmidi de~ceaei teo be amnd aippen
bmeore moe, ni o'ar next Omrdinri',, Cour
foar the samid Distric't toa lie hoiden.' at Ee
fie-ld Cimner Himane on the 6mh dlay of De
cmber1841, tao shmw cause. ifaany~why tim
said A dtainisera tiont shtauldl not be granted
Given uander any huanda and seail thin 17t!
dlay of Nov'bner, one thotusand eight hun
dfred and torty one. and itt the sixmy-sixtl
year of A merienmt inmdependletce.
0. TOWIL ES, o. .. D.
Nov.25. 1841. [$2 124] h 4:3
EDGEF hELD DISTRICT.
Y OLIVER TOWLES, E'.quire
1)ordinary of Eudgefieli District.
Whereas, Samsan C. Mlitchmell, hath anp
plied to nie fear Letter'. of Adtti'mmitratin
on all and .itmgular inlie goods andl chattels
rights .nd credits of' Green 11. Mstchell
lame of thme Di--trirm atore-said,. dvce-ansed
Thmese are, thcreiore, to cite anti adltmon
imh all atnd singular, the kindred andi credi
tors of the said demceased. to lhe tad atppe
before' tme, at our new-i Ordlinniry's Conarm l'
time said Diatrict to be' hoilden at Edlgefieli
Court House on the 6ilh day oaf Decemi
her, 1841, tao ahow case, if ay. why tim
saitd Admimstration should not h~e grnmtecl
Given under iny hamnd and seal thmis l9t
day of November, one hous.and eight hut
dred andi forty one. and. ini mhe sixty-siat
year of American independene.~D
Nov. 25. 1841 182 J241 b 48
Coilumbna. Nov. 23. 1841.
Fellow Citizens of the Senate,
and House of Representaties:
I congrauUlaiC you on the recurrenre of
twis occasion of a"ssemblingy iln the service
of your conswtiueut<. utder circumst aurei
t' aueuipicious to the neful dischar-jr of
your duties. as I truit they will be conu,
cive to the harmony of yow -ichlieratiuns.
While, in the- general.eIlth of oar citi
zens. ande the abundance of the iarveot,
%e have experienced the umunal bie.,etfice.it
distribution of the blessing sit an overru
ling Providence, we btv"oe. one e." ' h ;-).
congratulatidn in the reivimg pr'sp.eriy
of our people, freii the u:anl ..de
pression and embarrasimicit f 'tie tvioe.
Already has credit begaa. m regain rotifi
dence and stability-capnit ti seek p-r
minent inve twients-iinmerce to pur
sue it6 accustomed channel-plriuiq to
resume a fixed and renna-uitiie value-ntid
the energ) and enterprie f our peopl.- i-a
embark with new and inrvignrated hope, it
its varions enploymets, andi pursuis.
Not the lea-It grntif iig reflectiin arsimg2
from the'r cheeritig nuguriesofonr coindli
tion, is derivei fraom thy consciousnoess that
they are tih remlis. not if any pimpering
ptiroinae of the Govermnel-not 'l the
Sartificial stimulanti of I.e-ilative aids or
interference-ht of a wie still vigilant
econoty in the peosple, awakened by the
disastrous experienre of the p'ast. to ins
prove the permanent an:d enduinng wotrccs
of their prosperitv. It* 6om3e o tei hiager
ing effects of the late derangerent i thei
muiei::ry affairs of our rotitry are -till
i patfillv experieticed. ill the reduced value
of protperty.-din.iieud as it inutt be
from the intolled sttand:rl o,' ai depreriated
and expaniled enrretcy -or in the difficul
ty rfiistairuinZ debts., itcurred in ihr
flool-tide of -irvavnennt pr:ees. and a re
d undnt circulation-ithey are' to he regnr
ded as the unavoidable coiseinences of
former errors and lelwsioins. aund perhapais
the surest iniication.4 ofna progressive state
of convalescene and ianproveimnt.
Nor have we less raii-w to exult in the
hope. that our Guvernenit may note he
regarded as having ptaa-ed in security,
through t.e most trying and difficult exi
gences, that ever tried its virtue, or tested
In the events of a single year, the sudden
ascendency of a pary. ;ctuated by it high
_m ahlbusiasi " h d hedis
and rasby imputing I m to a
of our Rulers-seemed to ehreaten the sub
versionef the we-lienrtablished principles
of *98 arid''.J. anol of the republican poli
r i of tie Gmo renvitlnt't, n n well as the oser
Itiron o he e% ponien t4, 1-y whom ih-y were
I admlfinistered. But -I 4.w weeks ex;eri
enee of power l, han ao suddenty disnn
ed, ditsipated. nimi re"'dlvei thaw m-igni/i.
cietai arraty ot pa-virty j,.wer and organiza
I lon into its dirinct awl orginal elemnc'mt-i.
Tie- deliberalijons lof the late des'ion of
Conlge-'s nave .:ispe'Ild thI dleliasions of
p3army ze-al will ferstor. Its impiraeticable
expedients and distracted cotieils hi.mve I
tr.sa, again gathereal und n seoablel the
Republican portiot of the nation, i. mm tho
unrity and stremgti of one fold, and onr
conviction. Anad if the g'ea men-ure of
"deliverauce and hbeirty." imhourtit a%
I e smil regned it to ilet lI brifil, is n ell a.s
eeo-titi adiniistratioi o'if the tiaaecil
.irw ofilhe counit r;. Iia~s beet repeait l. a
form aunl in namic namar. we h.ve .till tie
unques;iiialie ai-urnee o.1 its fina mc
re%,%, inl 1..e mi et-radinajg nveel. ity resuliing
from the sigual laule ut ecr) Other sub
simltem tar devic'e.
Aamu2n thiese abortive expce'dient,. none
"oringa~ solicatue,; lham, i thepropvo--imioni to
re-estabbsht a Naio1..t Banik. On )n ape '
ca-in hats the exerca3e oif rhe conmserva~ive
poer vesied an :e Fedieral ExSec emive,
buemn re-ei vedl unhd is..airer aplprobation
bay the pele ot thi-. btiu,-e or beeno mmere
wsecly amis borta tely iterposed, to larrest
the mocest daunge'reus, andai most eobntoxu-'-,.
wf all the preemid.ned vio:tionm' e<d the
,Const iui. OI all the ,,rea;t meca,-ar es
oh nationral peahey. pirodet ve oi'4f thle team --r
est conitenitmona iaiing thce grea.t panrtie u ofc
thins union, amnd wich lhas cmlrug:s ;mamd just
ly beenh regarded as fraught wmmh thme most%
powverful uluecmes(foar pseod o'r for evil.)
on our p)oitical mth ulton-s. the estabi lilh
mtenit oif a Nataonal lBanak, is certainly mihe
mos:11 obvious and imptantltit. if itiehl ham
beenm thet exper-ienmce at the contiry . in t he
primritmve~ and purter age-, of the R~epublfic.
under the regulaiows oaf a Banmk. nri--mg
out of the embhuarrassments cof the-frst wamr,
andi the exigenciems of Ihe last-af comara-t~t
tively ljimiteed caipir.u . aand directed by thle
iv inest tad ablest oflicers-ws hast w ere we
to auticipate ftrmtt aistituamorganiiedt
as time instrumnta ofim party then in pi~ a.e
operating! amidsi th. ruinas eat a di-areredl
currency. and( 1he wsreck. wean'e. anda
dismasy, oft dae indh local inustit ution..
Thej exposinmi struggle- of the bitte Untited
sittts Baank. tea perpetrate it-c existence
against the 11am ofl the pe-ople, aind the comn
smatuted authorities of the counttry, are re
cent in the reccllecmion ol nil of u-,, an.]
form an important epmich in the history ofl
our. Gojvernmieni. I)oubmiul as thai con
test must be admitted to have been, waged
eveni as it was against an Administraion.
perhaps the most efficient and energetic
that has ever conttrollced the destinies of
tis nation, what wcere ise to aniaticiatP,
iwhen taur Rulers themselv.rs shaouid have
ben~me its alhmes, ias pare y. or nma pageants.
in this view, it would have changed dhe
Ie b .......r ...... n.....-.. b.s.........
of our political insitutions, and erisuma'ed
the greatest of all the door.-rated '-vls '1
could befall a rountrv--me mnion of purs
and sword, in the Fprcderal bead".-.orVere,
in the hands ofr a Fetraal jaray A -.4
may such an ititltutiont bo sup;,ed'-.
have had the pwaer to regu!ata inc our
reney: hit it would have tbeen with Ihe
iron role ofdeposisas-reiramine ol --
terets. absorbinl all capihtq. meastiri : all
profits. overpowvring all cimpetition, and
atirarinz the weaith and ,mp.s 41f
every oliter prtion of the union, to thecen
tre of its operations.
it w*4an hanct citon atfa-sinn. of one ofrthe
able.,t nre.fi :..tiiers of the late United
.-ites itink, hoeare a commniiitee atsip'unt
tai liv Co7wereva tri in' -%ona'e it, :lfaire.
t i I % a% at anv time within its power to
crusch Sente and local i-msitutions! What
in n -i'llitig raefr .'ie a l ti..:: ..
the Sovereign States4 of the Union! What
a rophertic warnig to the matitutisns
ionsunfhr country to be uprooted and
erased a the hieir; of a heaIrlr. soaul.
!e t crut. per cent. calculating corporation!
The rights ofthe Sintes. and the liberties
or the people. to lie subjectcd to the domin
ion ofa %ordid monied Autocracy ! And
vet. such is ihe su prerilcy over la w. liber
It. aind the econstittlioui.to which such an in.
stitition woatuld ine, itably have atntinedl.
E.,croachments upon the liberties of the
people. in other tiries and nations, were to
be apprehsended fron the swords of cou
querors. ad the usurpations. of ambitions
rnler-s: hmt experience has shown that in
our own age and cnuunry. the strongest
comest to maintain constitutional, and
even 4svereign ri2h, have been waged
atgainst anl arbaijtins Dtoneoly ptaCer, in all
it, variou fiorw.orBink monopolies, and
proteetive iariitn. Well, thercfore, may
We conerniulate the country on having
eswnped the ambitious pretensions cf an
intifitoi wrhi;ch. aft-r impeiouly dicta.
tin tho bumiliating duty to the Federal
Eteenive. of violating his constitutional
abbldratione, now threatens. throtigh the
vengennee of a lisappoitited party, the
rash and iniquitons retribution, of abolish
ing the most useful -and conservative, of
all the promatives of his department.
The revision of the duties on imports,
justly reenrded by the people of this State
with a solicitude proportioned to the bur
dens which the Protective Policy has hith
erto imposed on them, has been made,
neither in that apirit of equity. or or co=
promise, which we had just reason to anti
cipate.,from thePribelie ind concessione
lk is 0 theop
tectin", can neither be oblite'raied or fr
gotten. Anal ime high considerations
n hich actuated her, in consenting to com
pmmise tier interehts 10r a termn of Tears,
to the pence antl nfety of the Union,
shouil he a warning. as well as anu induce.
netnt, to respect tier rights, as well as her
forbearance. %% hile the government is
acknowledlged to be disembarrassed of
debt. and the manufacturing interesv per
haps the le-ast oppressed aid the moso pros
perons of any in [ie Union, the renewal of
n policy by indirect means, which is now
univer-ally admitted to bear uneqnally
upon the productiva industry of different
portions oit the Union. is a most flagrant
abuse of power, as well as a most wanton
violation of faith. The living generation,
who were the witnesses of the struggles
and pledge, in the late contest for her
constitutional rights. have not yet passed
away.-he mottaanumeits of the times have
inot yet p,-rihed.-the very altar conse
crated boy her vows, still stanl before us
even her preparations for defence, are still
in readmiess and reqnisition,-fhe age, its
records, .mnd recoallectiimas, have scarcely
becoaime a parmt of'history. befure tihe very
b~alure amnd ujppres-tuns which they were
inended to resist, are raenewed with a
h~taettl inlndelity. -which seeks neither
preter t air justifncation. A hauome valuation,
cush~t tatuie., amid aim tattreasunaule and ea
aritant reve'nue aof imoure than thirty mil
hunna, it is baelieved ore little less ouerous
itn amount, aor unconstitutiotnal int ehlect,
thatnthe etinoos forty per cent, duties
wimmch the sovere-igumy of this Stiate was
so ,,ternla interpiosed to resist. Aud if,
upon the principle of all prnote. tive duties,
they ae dretined to increasr to an extent
a, a enormtiity to whient our experiencee of
mte p)tt. as well as the tendenec- of the
lle,;most emphatically fonreboes, Iheni
Swlbefaor you to say, whether South
C-rolina thna sot fallen from her high emi
murea airovereigmy amnd indepemiaence. as
to admit by a silent acquiiescence in these
wroug. and greances, that there is no
-amodne, noi remied', no mensure ol'redres#s,"~
1t she was sutlicienat than for the aemegen
cy, she is doubly ndegnate anal fortified
now in the union and stre gthi af al! hen cit
izemns. mu meet aggressions up .a her rights,
come from witat source they may. Nor is
it less becomting the dignity and character,
f a trce 8tnte. in assuming a position of
defence wiciht she is resolved to maintain,
to mtanifest a dlue and timiely regard lair all
thet meanis and appilantc's of rendering
tuat pamtin, as strong and impregmiahle itt
fact, as it us ini equaity. anal in argument.
i'-regaring all theories, that so otten con
found the con victions of ihe best anti pu
res mid, anid resoringu to the resources
which she can so iampjly cammand through
her organzed novernment, and wimiw whaich
Goad and the Peoplo bavo enmdowedl her.
here can eu emercgenicy arise. iin n huch the
-hands aid the heart' oif heir cc z-ns. would
not he invincibly nu,':-d in ;ter dlefence.
Another topic, of a 't ;-i impaortane-- in
itself, or o'fde,-p am.uine'.t t. the citizen. --
thts dSte. is the act detraitinet the pro
ceeds of the public lands, Ais a soiu'co og.