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ad the' Sout
-ever since th
1 and divide Ekea
a dia.olution of ii
.~innrators will find t0
it as-difficult to dividoi
pople of the North or til
if ever necessary to be arreste
tresonable plots. the Great We
the power to do it, and can be relic
- times. .
- Regded, That the anniversary of II
birthday of George Washington. the Fath
er ofhis Country, (in connection with hi
noble compeers.) will be forever held ra
cred and inviolcble by every American an
patriot, in the contemplation of bs ill u
arious character and services.
Resoved, That this meeting look upo
JMha Q. Adsas of Massachusetts and J
J. Giddivgs of Ohio as the mouth-piece
and ringleaders, in and out of Congtes&
of the domineering policy of the Britis
Government-hat both of them are husil
employed in hatching secret treason to cai
ry out, (affiliated with English pimps an
emissaries) the treacherous,. jacobinica
revolutionary. and sacrilegious doctrine
of the -World'i Abolition Convention bet
in Loadon in 1839."
From the Rateigh Register.
Mr. Gales:-In an old Ne%'spaper.
find the following curious.Rule:
To find on what day of the week an
given day of month fell. or may fall. ft
any year-partpresent or future.
To the given year, add its one fourtl
and one tour hundreth part (omitting frac
tions) also, the number of days, from th
beginning of the year up to given date in
cliasie. From this amount. sutract th
one hundredth lart of the given yeat
throwing off fractions. Then divide th
remainder by seven; and if, aler shis di
vision, there be any remaining. the numhe
of the remainder will be the number ofr h
dayofth week s required. Thus. irthe rc
mainder he one t he dav is Sundayt if tu.
the day is Monday. and so on. but if ther
be no remainder. the required day will h
QuasvIos? On what day of week lid th
2d of may 1708-al?
1794-the given year.
419-14th ofthe given year, fractions omit:
4...4001,partof theativenyear. fractino
L--the nambe of days from the Ist.Janai
ry, the 2d offay.
17-1-100th part of the given year. rrac
336-4. The temainder. (Anitwer, 4:
NOTE -If the given yearbhe Lear Yea
the unit must be substracted front ont
fourth of the civen year. Thus if ilh
given year be 1820. The firs quotiet
will 454 instead of 455. the proper que
tient. If whe given year is exatctly divisi
ble by 4, it is Leap Vear.
Witome one give the "rationale"e
the above rule, for it is both curious an
useful. A merican Independence was de
cared on Thursday, na may he seen k
calculating it by the rule.
Inrns the Geergia Argus.
Southern Botanico Medical College.
The above young, hut rising and flourish
ing institutiun, is located in the village
Forsyth. Mouroe counaty, of thi' State.
Having hadl the pleasure of being pre
sent at the cl<.se tat the l:st term. whic
ended on the 9th of February. and ha:
ig been permitted to witness the ex
amination of students. &c. &c. I hav
thought that a statement of a few pzarticsi
tars in regard to it. would, without doubl
be interesting to moany of your readers.
'The Gra Term of the tanetitution -om
mened N.v. 1840. at which, there wer
in attendantce, about 28 students.
The 2d term commenercedl in Nov. 1841
and termsinated as above wtated durn,
which time, some 45 geatemetn attende<
the lectures: 12 or 13 ofwabomn. after hav'
ing attended two courses of lectures, ani
undergoing a close and critical examina
tioaby the Faculty, were approved, ani
had conferred on them the titl of M. DI
Some of these young gentemeu atten
dodeone course of lectures at somn institu
don, but the majority of thorn attendeo
both courses at the new school of Medicine
-The examnination of the students wa
highly creditable to themselves and rh
institution; at which they received alhe:
- medical instruction.
was remarked hy a distinanishae
agentleman fro' Boston, wvho wa
'ag the examination; that they sus
vs as well at least nas hi
a any students to doi in ati
~ieat the north.
'eii,'ot only in reganrdt
ta~oin regardl to die stn
-'c on, they were
"in. their do
b aclass. eve
!bWC if ewsers
c alsthe names
n1aa1~ and ofar (Trustees.
S. Balliuger, Dekalb County,
h ot Unity of disease.
* Warren S. WilUiamus, Russen county,
* Alabama; Congestive Fever.
-s Jasper Bryan, Monroe county, Georgia.;
h Josiah Ansley, Pik- county, Ga.; Func
* tions and diseases of the Liver.
o Alathew H. Means, Pike county, Ga,;
L. lniermitting Fever.
e Alfred P. Harp, Upson country. Ga.;
e Functions and diseases of the Liver.
r Afred B. loore, Milledgrville, on.; Su
o perioriiy ofthe New over the Old prac
it Thomas Edwards, Chambers. countv,
i Alabama; Amasarcous Dropsy.
Dickson Evans, Fayeneville, N. C.;
James F. Besry, Anderson Dist. S. C.;
John C Thomas. Green county Ala.
0. L Shivers and J. S. Barrett. of
Grecue county. Ala.. Received honorary
FACULT- OTAmIC CoLL.U.:s.
H. Lee. 31. 1, Ains:-tn y ad Surgery.
bl. Marimon. MI. D.; Phfii.,to-y.
A. N. Wtorthy, ., D.; Theory and
L. Bankon. 3. D ; 3arerin Medica.
,and Medical Jurisprulenpce.
L H, Quinn, .. D.; Ob-sretics aind Dii.
eases of Women and Ctiild,-eni.
s John Darby. A. M.; Chemistry and
BO1AID OF TRUTEES.
Ilon. A. M. D. King, President.
A. Cockran. W. \I. Pope, Jes,e Du- n.
A. Baldwinm; A. Broos,ki. J. Dawdle, D.
Eddius, nud J E. Nunnally..
r The undersigned. Siockholders in the Baink
of the State of Georgia to the extent nt ostwards
of Fourteen liundred Shares. (1400.) and in
I rumber,-Thirty.hereby give noticefora meet.
ing of the Stockholders, to be held in the Bank
s of the State f Geor;ia, in the city of Savanmah,
on Wednisdav, tihe twenty-seventhm dty of
L Apri next. The objects of which meeting are
It. To examine into the nature. kind, and
e extenat of tIme debtis due to ani front the flank:
- ben contracted. when lie. and how secured.
r - -od. To examine the .intes of tie pfro
Sceedinv- cof the Board of Drectors. and all the
book. papers. and correspondence oftie rmne,
both to, and by its officers.
-r3d. rTo a'certan if there lie any Dir-etor or
Director- elected ins said Bank on ite part of
the Stockholders. who are not bonaifde, entitled
in Ias own right tom the reniiite ntusber of
shares toii qualify him or them as siech.
a 4th. I o revise and arnend the By-Lawss.
15th. To regulate votinsg by prusxy in ordet
to forbid officers of the Bank prncuring.acquir
-ug. or rating proxies. either to themselves or
a "6th. To revine the compensation (fixtel by
the Stockholders hitherto) of the Prs.xilent,
- and conider the propriety of reducing the si.
laries and the number of the ilfficers generally.
and to exanmine the securities given on their
-"7th. To consider time propriety of applying
to thme Legislature to alter and amend the Char
ter of the lstitutio~n. an.i isn what respecst.
-5th. To investigatse the affairs oftheo Bank,
and the manmagemenst of them. ii. every particu
t tar sinice the last smeeting of tihe Stnckhmolderus.
"Inasmuich as no asnthorit y euists in the Char
rl tefothoersin are proxy, except in elections,
Stend ii. person. anmd voate' on questiomns wvill be
" takenm as cordings tos the scale in the Charter.
it' The Premsidentma. Cashiers, and Agents of
-thme Brancmhses are respectfully requested to p re
- pare statements ofeachm givinug exact particm
har-. of all the ass.ts amid property of eac'h, their
Sliabdlities. &c. &c., to be then and thete laid
before thme Stseckholmders.
-i In conf..rmity with time foregoinig, they here
hyv give pubailic no~ttco mhat a 3lecting ot' all time
SStockhmolderas of thme sai Bank sif thme Statet of
IGeorgia is hierebyv called and sutmwmned to Ibe
held int the Usmksmn-.: lionme ini time city of Sa.
i'anneah. onm Wesdnes.ay tt.e '.fth daym of A-piril
nmexl, comimentingl~ nt4 .'ttingm? at It0 A. 31.
C. P. Rtichardssn. tionidt & Bulkley.
G. iR. fiendriel'oon. Jame,. .il'awm.
N.lJ l. npp, G. ii. Ctnmmmning Prmen'
.:utor estate ot V. na~h Imsuransce andI
- 1Inginm. rust i immpansy,
I J. .t'l smunald, Jamei's Dick'son,
L. F ilasrnis. hiiram Roberts.
- ,). IR. Roltse. Ja net Evauns per Attair
e F Porchmer, ney.
Linle Chsriustie. C. P. llichardson,
Francims Foley. J P. Sereve'n.
'T. J. Parmoelee. .Maithma lIines,.
John .1!. Turster. Ad- D). O'hiyrnme.
- mnstrator..f JacobJohn Bradley.
C Ahbrahams. (a. WV Wyley, Tr't,
H. Ii W yer. M1. hlsipkiss
C. B. CarhiartCatiesr. Jas. .it'Laws, Trustee.
of thmo .l.-chanics Jamnes .M' Laws, Att'y.
Bank. for W. W Mlontgo.
James WV. Dmvis, mmery, Tm tute
Feb. 24. 151g.
i Jooa. WV. Yarborotngh i
.I Trustee, and
. The State Bank,
. vs. Bill for :4cuount,
jThe Batik sof the State 'oc
The CIty Council of
e G. B. Lamar.J
r The Coomplainants having made an amen.
ment of their Bill. confirmable to the smit".
I tion in thse first ground of the demurrer. filedi by
time Diefendants: On nmotion of Ward.mw &
Wardiaw, for the Delcndants. after argummett
sirdereud that the Defendsants have leave to with.
draw their demurrer, and have lurthier time, un
til thn first day of September next, to file their
a' swers, pleas or dsemurrers, not deumrreura
1. James Terry. Com'r. in Equity. do here
by certify that the above is takomn romi time Mm
r ie nertyhn the 24th July. I841.
3 . TERRY. c. r.. ?. n
TRUT~I 18 POWERFU L, AND JUSTICE
1Adeto Pralidence anlono could pre'vail
ty twty yes st act of a mnonie.d
Th Itwl a by the abovepr.
soaatockhzolders of thme
~1~."ta~a4eorga, have called a
rto examine the
~j.~se tgN the pub
e~n both eides of
qysuon i Not only the otockkiers, but the
bill bolders of said bank likewise on,the one
band, and the Bridge bill holders. my creditors,
and myself on the other hand. It is therefore
just and proper that the truth, in this grave*sf
rair, should go before the public. w well as '
Court of justice. so that cech one may take
such a course as his interest may dictate.
By the foregoing certificate of the Commis
ioner in Equity. it will beseen. how the Bridge
case, at the present time stands before the
Court. The claim by the plaintiffs against the
defendants in this caise, is $6, Ite 91.-John
McKannie and Henry Shultz.jointly built and
pa'd for the Bridge its question: and John Me
nnio and Henry Shiaiz jointly acted as the
Bridge Company of Augusta. Ga.. and issued
bills, commonly called bank no:es, or Bridge
hills, under that name.
I emphatically and peremptorily deny, that
John McKinnir and Henry Shultz, as the
Bridge Company, ever borrowed one dollar
frons the Bank of t St e of Georgia, or any
other Bank, during their operation as hankers,
or alterwai di. And if said Bank ofthe State of
Georgia, ever fusrnsished said Bridge Company
with any sum of monev. thev. according to all
bankin principles., mast have their ohligations
in blac-k aind white. to prove ouch demands,
and if sucth be the frtc. John McKinnie and
Henry Shultz, as said Bridge Company, shall
and will hon.rably discharge said obligations.
I therefore call on said bank for the production
of such obligations.
The ultmt vigilance will be used by the
Complainanse to bring the case before a proper
tributial, at Edgefield C H., ins June next.
I shall further proceed in lbriirng all the
fact.4 in this matter before the public as well as
before the Cout.
Hamburg, March 31t. 1842.
-The silken tic that binds itro scillin: hearts"
11.\ R ElD
At Beach land. on the 17th unt., by ti fler
A. N. *unningham111. tie ReV. Jot FA4CH
1r't?.AUi, .iionary of the A. B. S. F. 31.,
Jerusalsm. to 3i%. JC.i llset.., sccond
daugihter of tIe late John J. Gray, Emq.
07 The friend of Capt.
J. j. : \Ti LI. ..annonnnce him as a r-indidate
for the .lli.- of heri'. match 121 9
07 The f1riend of Scar
BOROU ll 11 Bt.AWATEIL, announce
him a. a candidtate for the oftice of Tax Col.
lector. march 9 6
07 The frien IsofCol. W.
11. 310( S, aiounre him as a endidnate
for the nifice of Ordinary of Edigefield Di
07 The friends of Wiley
('Ulhll.-4 Tl. annoui ce him a.% eandidate
for the offlce of Ordinary, of 1;:elield District
Septemetwr :10 if :z
C7 The fdeeu"s of Capt.
W. L. COL.\lAN. innsO1t.nC lh1,11 .1- ni
eandidate for Ordinary of Edgeficl Dis
J11n 19 ir 51
U'The friend of Wm. J.
SIM KINS. '-q., ahin.tie him as a candidate
for the office of Oidinarv, of Ed::efield District.
Sepiember 2. tf 31
The friends of Colonel J.
IJLL.. aninotnce him as a candidate for the of
fiee of Orditiary. of Edgefield Diatrict.
August 2G tf 30
D URING Court Week. a leather POCK
ET BOOK. with the name of the sub
scriber written in it, containing two Deeds for
Lanid. conveyed to him by Jqhn Proctor, and
4witwoon two as.1 skro J41r in cna. Any
person who has found so-id Book, will be lihe.
rally re warded. uipoi leaving it with Mr B. J.
itvan. at Fileetield C. II.
Arilt i f 10
List of' Lettre
R EilA INli iG m t, Post (Jlice, at Edge
tield C. II.. "in the tir-t day) of A priliait2.
gIf Persons einirinug for Ietters on this list
will piensec mtention it.
A Lansdrum. Clarrism ..
Allen. Iliram & Allen. 31
R. D3. Aloley, John
A bney.Dr. Masthew WV Mims Bcnj T1
Attawa y, WVilhamn S. Melton. Wiley
B Mitchecl. A braham
lkkem. Wtalier Morgana. John
Bry a. Ro(bert M"itchtel. Caleb
Br'tdford, Robert .Mtartin,. Gil.-,,
C 3hitchel. Josephs
Cloy. Rev RL Maths,, Jo-.i~h A
Cur'ry. Williamt 2 Maytson, Ihesury A
Calhouns. J Edward af cCane. A M1
Collev.Ciment 3M<: Bride. John
D) Nobles', Perry
De!,iaach. Mfiss E. D. Rt
D.sv. Willi.im W 2 ltoedy,J C
linnnoody. Rev 8 Ro'slhel. John
ifowd. C A ilopier. Emuily E
lmach, WV F Rtiplev. Amhers
Dav'is. E T Ithsodh. ('ehmn
Ga locll., Jsbn WV
Gondy, 1' S
G(ii. i Span. DJr. R J
Goodewitn. William Skaunnal, D~r Abel 4
Glvr. Wado or Johnt Star ke. Theo
II Swearinsgen, Sloses
h!l-sl.onhack. Danis'l T1
Iliarrison. iI ary Talley, N ichiolas
Hlac'hser. L~ucmsd.i Tlillmans, P'assb.d 2
J Timmsermn, Jeusie
Jay. Joseph Turner, II L
Jos-s. Mlaralha Tenant. Dr. G
Johna-ton. Stainmuore Tillman, John
Jteyner RL We V
Jones, James Villard, L D
Kennecrly. Rev Willev. Iliram 2
K~teemore, Johim 31 Walker, William G
Kilcrease, Williams Watson. Col.
V. Williamson. WIlliam 2
Lamar, Charles B) Wigfall. Arthur
Laodunm. Franikhsn B Wever. J IR
Lanhlamt, Thsos WV
M1. FRAZIER, P. M1.
Aprd6 [__ '1j tf 10
BYOL IVERL TOWLE8, Esquire
Ordinary of Edlgefield District.
Wherens, R. B Book night, hath appli
eds to me for Letters of Admijnistra'ion,
doe ionus nein, on all antd singular the goods
and chattels, rights antI credits of Martin
Sense, Into of the District aforeaidl, die
These are. therefore, to cite and adlmon
ish nil and 'singular, the kindred andt credi
torts of she staid deceased, to be' andl appentr
befr-e me. at our next Ordisary's Court
for the -wmid District to be holden at Edge
field Court House on the 18:1h day of
A pril 1842, to show cause if any, why the
said Administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal this 4th
dany of' A pril one Ihousand eight hundred
ails forty -t wo, and its the sixty-sixth year
of' American Indeptenence..
0. TIOW LES, O.E. D.
A pril 4, 1842. [S2 124) ?t 10
State' ofiutiti Carolina
EDGI ' ILD DISTRICT.
Dr. Jabi JIfabo
LL E SOLD on the 19th instant
adi latiresidence of John Tay.
lor dehu dt f lowing property, viz:
e old nee*4 a* Sarah,one.wagou and
a paratus.1bWhead of horses, eleven
head of Caq, 4GPy-tbe .bead of bugs,
one clock, forte. one gun, plan
tation '10114 hold and kitchen furni
tore. cori imcW: and many other articles.
H IRISTIE, s. r.. t).
ApriI6 18 ($1 50) 2t 10
State 6%South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Stewart & CO Dcetdox
vs. on Auachwct.
Kuf&J .t~ ASDedration
Vs. . - en Attachment,
John Sea . . Debt.
HE iban this dav filed iheg de
ce.nd the defendant
having no w iW ttorwy known to be wit n
the State, on a copy of thi same, witha
rule to plead . bM e served. It is ordered,
that the deW l pilead to the.said declaration,
within a year a4 a day, or fieal and absolute
judgment willMgiven against him.
GEO. POPE. c. c. r.
Edemi C. r-_
A N Election vill be held in this place on tie
eleventh (lth) of April next. to till tIhe'
racancy oncasie.ed by the resignaoiin of E. J.
31iam, Warden. H I Spanis. C. A. Mesge.
iud J. G. Wili im, will act as Manager.
'P LABORDE, Iniendant.
march 30 2: 9
A LL persons are forwarned fiom digging
and bauljg Sand or Clay, oil f at tract of
land of mine. lately purchased by myself. oiC.
Rhode, Eq.. kaou u by many pbersons w* ho are
in the habit of ising it. as the Griffin Sand. ly
i'ng (in the road leading from Fdgeoield C. It.,
to Pie House, under the penalty of the law.
march 30 d 9
TINHE increa.easl lemailnd for BRICK,
I while we possess the best materials for
unking. together with an opporiunity of burn
ing them in the Furnace. hau indnead us to in
rur the expense of procnring a 31achine, for
kneading the clay, and at"e a superior qanlty of
Mlnkads. Weshll endea~vr tokeep a goodstock
)n hand, of ruch as will please onr custoners.
J. GIBLS & CO.
Pottersville, larch 29. 1at2. tf 9
T L E subscriber respectiily informs his
friendot and the public, that he has coin
RECEIVING & FORWARDING
ofDgodsand puduce. Iis liest exertion will he
made for tiear intere.t. . 3r. George 'arrott
baa declined the above bieinaes iii has favor.
JOHN E. .icDONNALD.
Ilambumr, MachI 2, -142.
T TIll E uhscriber ias declined time lleceiv
ing .nd rorweins of aemlandi-e. All good.
rar ca, aill be attended to by
Mr. McDontid isan nldcitizen.a worthy anid
bn-eieuws anar, and I taku pleasnae in recom
inenidinig him to my frienids and thae publlic as a
Cotton and other prnecasent to me for sa!e!
wi ll hjaie my gztention as hera-eofire.
Hamburg, Miarch 24 2t 9
AYOftY BLAN D a.t-foe me an eatrav
MALtE, taken up at Is plant.xaion liv'e
mnstes nofth cast of Edgetield Court llouase,
wiitht nn old Saddlei.and Biridle on; lher colouri
is a dark brown, with twoa smiml s:.ddle spots onm
'he' left sidetv her beack; nao otemar maarks or
ramnds periceivrable; shle is four feet tenl icheS
Iigh. auppoised to be twelve years old. Ap
praised at thirty dallar-s.
L.\NIEL hlOLLAND, Majdstrate.
amarchm 30) me it 9
.state of S~uth1t1 (aolia.
gsY OLIVERL TOWLES. Esquire,
iOrdlinar of Edg-eeld District.
Whereas, 'elix E. Iladie, hiath applied
to me for Letaers of Adaministiration de h,
nos unnn, oan all nid ingmular the ganos and
chaiels, rights and credlia. of Dac idi Iliei,
late ofathe District aforesaid, dlecease'd.
Thtese are, therefore,. to cite and adaaon
lih aill and singular, the kimndred and credli
ors of te said deceased,. to he andI appear
bfore mec. at our next Ordinnry's Court for
the said District to be holdena at EdlgefieldI
Court House on the Iliih day of April.
l812. to show eause, if anly, why time saui
Admaiisraion should not Ihe granted.
Givemn under my hanid ad seal thui-, 28ith
inay of March, one thousand eighit lhoiN
dred aid forty two. nnd ini the sixty-sixth
year ofA mriana lndependenace.
- 0 O TOWLES, o. F:. D.
March 23 I842. $2 12j ii 9
NE W S TOR E.
T IlE Subscribets have ju.st opened, arnd
are' still receivinag. as hate a
STOCK OF GOODS,
ts ever were brought to tis aiket, mobst of
which wets bought for cash, which enables
theml to sell oni very reasonable termns; theay
wroeld thereforo invite their friends andl the pub
lic generaly.(the mnonpaying excepted,) to call
mand examine thean. anid we will.-atisfy them.
ihat Goods can he bought us cheap in Edgetield
village, as HIaburg or Auguasta.
FRAZIER & ADDISON.
march 23 -if 8
rgs'llE Subscriber. bas laid in a fine sup
C lHCASSIMERES, DRA DE
ad other Sammter C LOTrHS, and hare em
played Mr. Jousn CoW.AN, t0 spereniteind alme
mcd womuld ivite their friends to call and see if
tey canlnotbe suited, both itr price and qiuality.
O FRAZIER &ADDISON.
march 23p t(i 8
* qrond Pepper,
A SUPERIOR article, put uap in small
jpaes for family use~just received amnd
for sale by
iSCRANTON & MEIGS.
marcha 23 2 8
U. S. Marshalfs ShbMN,
8OUTHI CAROLINA DISTRICT.';,
B Y virtue of a writ of Fieri Facis, to Mi
directed, from the Honorable The Circu
Court of lthe United State*, for South Carolirn
District will be sold in front of Edgefield Couw
House, on Wednesday the 6th day of Apr
next, at 12 o'clock 31.
A valnaloi Negro fellow, named
Leid on, and to be sold as the propery
Iohn Thuruond, at the suit of Ciarle- U. lit
of Georgia. for the use of the Gcorgia Ra
Road and Baiking Company.
Conditions cash. plnrhasers to pay 11-r title.
Ti108. D. CUNDY.
U . .Marshal, S. C. Instrirt.
l2th1 March. l94'1 4t 7
U. S. Marshal'm %ale.
SOUTH! CAROLINA DISTRICT.
B Y virtue of a writ of Fieri ' arias, it m
directed. from the ilnnorable the Cirit,
Court of the United States. for -4nuth Carolin
District. -A ill be sold ins front of Edgetield Conl
House. on Wednme..day the tih day of Apr
next. at 12 o'cleck. 31.
4 Negro Slaves,
Viz. Lucinda. witlh her three childrenm. name
Winny. Mary. and Charles. Levied onl, am
to be so'ld as the property orfRtandal DelangI
er. at the suit of Charles U. 11itt. of Georgi:
ror the ue of tie Georgian lail Road aid Bani
Conditions cah,purcan.serto paI yir title.
Timos. I) CONDY.
U. S. Marshal. S. C. District.
12th March. 1842. 4t 7
11. 8. Manrshal'm Sale.
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRiCT.
B Y virtue ofa writ of Fieri Farin.. t) etc
directed. frou them lionornble the Cirr
tecnrt of the United Statee, fI.or South Carollit
livtrict, will he told onm Wedlnesday the 6,th i
April unext, at 12 o'clock, 31.. in tfromst of Ige
field Court lcMm. the fobllomwini valitil
SLAVES. vm. omce wgro womanto Milly, wit
er two chikiren, 3ary unid Liddy; one ne:r
wonman Cate; also, one negro girl named Beti
Levied onl. anf to be sold a te- propeyrty r
Genrge W. Thurniond. al ie snit ol' Clsarle
B. liitt. f Georgia.
Conditiou-i cash. pnichaer to p1n-i- 1r uitle.
1'110S. D. CO6NiY.
U.S .Iarsha!. S. C. DUlrict.
12th 3trch, 1-42 . 4t 7
SCO1100L .VOT ICE.
MISS CAItOLINE .11. CARTFR i, nos
Teachiig Scio..I at dis- ItCJme n thi
[)istrict; her preienit term wi!! etir.- on the
ws of Apeil next, at vilch timehe well romle
nence again ati continule the b:laince cf th,
ear. 31il. C. hes twcl tearsing .4-Ve ail years
"o years in tleib Litrite. ail i% highly recomee
eiended. and Well seaIasd as ' !eachetr.
Gocod Bo.ard cane be had ice time virmiitv ano
1acr the Sichool lioneee, at from $5 to 7 pc
emarch 23 c 8
CtV.r .NDos1. Febt. 2th, 1A-42.
Order N.. -
T II E retignaiecn uf.\ajor General Thonma
T . Jone4. having tbe neccjiepte. lIrig.
ier Jamiesc J. Caldweill %%ill cmemanad the -t
Division uitil the vacaney is tilled.
By order ocf thme Cocnme m nerin-Chie .'r
J W. CA NTEY..\d'm. & Ine. (ene'l.
march 23 I 8
Oruderi No. -
1 1 'III:olloweinlg Re gi:neint anid C'.rpse ar
ordered to pdaradme (ir rev amnd deil
at the times aned pl.eces' heein ment~cioedc'l. vih
Thle Idmth :md lIth eim ~ eente ocf mLtantrs
lee Aencent LBaettlion of .\rtillery. aced the
Charieston Lighet I ira:oon..., near Chearlstce
ai time 9dmhc Al:\ril ni"..
'Thm Up pe~r ithuah.,inof th-- 3lst Regiumceni
cn Thumcrsdalmy. th.' 21-t oft .\pel, at a pinmt tie
Birigadlier emay edeeam immet a~a.cenientmt whi
aereby ..rdered: to reporct immetidiately. to tih
'The lower Ba.ttalione. at Gereon i:
rI'e.-dy mime t'ci Af.pril.
Thie :."rd lIeg. imict t mlComnwa'. hm uromghc. a
FrIday, time T~iih eof .\pr it.
Tlhe ;l2nds lReimcen: at 3Marion Court liensc
ric Satmcrdav. mime 7thm *f .i~a
Th'ie( ~Coi e'tCn' ifry nell paradle withml thm
Rt' eic'nt, or Beaitalio-: mem-it coeenict.
Th'Ie counmei.sioned~e Offe:s of m "the t Br
gado wimll encmp~m~ els .Mondays, thme 'dnd c'f .Mai
nest, .t Godccfre'w''s 'e'rrv. ine 3earionm istrmct, o
The 29th Reimenrt ect lenftry, at Dar lime;
lonm (omt I lucse. onm Tuim'edy thm" Ithh i lact3
Th'le 20thl anmd 4 1ieh Remgiments~ at SumlteraSl:,
unm Fridasc the 1;im emtf Mamy.
Trhe connmmi-iomned tOlicr:: of time 'ird i
gadle eof lifantry. n i encammemp mear 11arnwe
CorI iomnse, onm Mlonday. the 23rd of' 31:
In accordancece with the arranmgemets of Bc
gadier Geeralcm Jatniicson, time 'ommmissioed~ ci
ricers of thme 2mnd *i::ade ot' Cavalry are abl
ordered tom encaump at the samem isume aned pcc
Thle 11i1. ande 4:trd R~eimenmt< mof Imufantr
wviil parade a: Bacrem'n.elI Court llonne unti
imrdacy, tihe 'th ofn Ma:y.
B~rigadie~r Gtseeral J~mmnic'n will order nm'e <
the Trecopsc or Squmeairon-,. of hsis Brigade to p
radle at the samce eimec and place.
'Tie commesissioed mand non-eccommssiont
(Jle'ere ccf mime Rogiemets and Cuorps ordlere
f'or review. wimll aiseeembcle ihe day' prey 'ins, ii
drill and in.trmuctionm at themr respmective Iclac'es
Thme .Major Generals ande Brigadier Genera
will. withm their Stat), attend the reviews withi
Brigadsie~r Gener:als hlanna, Schnierle. Ilan
rmomnd. Ileopkmnc. Jamieson, aend lliarlic a
charged itit the eatenesio'n of so muech of t::
order asa relates to their respective Brigades.
By order of hme commnderin-Chief,
J. W. CANTlEY, Adj't. & lees. Genm'l.
march 23 I' 8
II. L. JEFF ERS,
GENERAL CO3MISSI8UN M ERCIIAN'1
11.- MRURG'. S. C.
"U'1L.L attend to Receiving and Forwari
V ineg Gooccds to time 'cntry; to receivin
aced selling or shippcimer Cottonm, flour and 1D:
ron, and will mnakec liberal advances on all arm
eles conigned to im for sale. Will also a
Ltend to the buyineg of G;oods foer Merchants ani
Planters, for wyhich his coemmissions will be ace
mnarchc 9im 6
4SPLENDID new PIANO FORTE, o
a. terms to suit tdme times, apply to Mr. E.
Bacmon, or Mr. A. A. Clarke, at Edeheld C.11
march 6 f
WO yyears hase
JOURNAL Grit 11del11 up
the pnblic, and awd only A M
rtrnage from its friends, untilth
arrive when confidence: could be -paafi
suecess. The editor hap now the pleasair
annoneing that this desired perinoas arrivi
ed ; and he no earnestoly solicits a 6iberal siP
' oot from The reading commuldby, acid the b
siness portion of thoise. who imay favor hia
with their support. The first number of the 4
third volume will bc issued on or before the
lisat day of April next.
When the JOURNAL was ahoat to be issued
two years a , promises were made by the pub;
lishers to file public, thait they would exert -
themnselves induasrioidy and enploy the best
efl;rs of their humble alifies to naLie their
.puter enteotaining, useful mod instructive.
rhese things have bees fulfilled; our time and
money spent to st~stain our promisesm, and bring
out a paper every way worthy of the growing
prosjenycf HaHnatrg A nd, now ihat these
piroeaes have been accomsplished. and the
Journal pased lt gaol at which such enter
pi.es, either falls or rises, may not a ftll mhard
of support be expected by us'from iuic who,
should give a helping hand I
Many believed that the Journal was esta
blished for restaini private, party purposed. ant
we have consteited 'aurielvcs too ti hem renatma
in this belief. knowinog that Ti(Ui'l will work
its6 way and frown down every thing that letants
to errr. But. now that we have surinummouied
every difficuly and spre.td our pentul to the
,i, eeze. we fearlessly proclaim. that the goml of
Ilaiaburg aloie iii every and any rawe. has beeni
our eartest desigti. lier interest deanAAds i
f public piper. arad we have sapplied her tant.
Here aall the Press the Prolole 's rigsli
'nawed Iy influence unbribed by gai.;
, Ilere PaI mrioti ruti Is glI.e4msion precetaI draw,
Pileged to Retligion. Liberty amid Law."
Proni:- were likewiat made lay the publish
, es. thwl their rohtnas shoild not be billthemed
with the partizan .ssays and speciltaios of Ihe
day. Tneoe proamises hI:ame been adhered to,
ad althoingh we have no great desirte to launch
uaa on the troubled sea of politics, we shall
Sspak that wlicla we may reel bound to, do-con.
dena the wrong. and hold up Ught to the p..
ple. let onr woard offend what patty it may. It
1n the duty ofithe presa to watch osaer the'liber.
fat; tor one, common, enorntry, and warn the peo.
pile whenever dnger is sasible. We nahlvr
to the Demscray o' this couttry, yet if thi1
aeirry goel etray, we shall endeavor to brin
It back by t imely and virtnonsn reproor.
The dnty of an edlilor is a distinct and lotiy
proli-.4ion, exercsig great ildnecre over s
emety- It is a poawer that has never been ien
snmrel. and we shall endeavor to sustain and
r cheri-hm the motal agenries which the functions
;f ediorhip holds atung the world. and en
deavor if lier.iade air co-iemnporaries to imn
prove Ilse character of the Pr." tan rescue it
from inidelity to itelf, amd froin the indiller
elce tond conteupt of' ithe pimlilic; aSiet it's
claims. vindicate iura dignity and etoirt it to its
duty. by a straight tirward virtnimos Comirse
The'e nditnonairaains we laie le-arned fratim wrie
a1d experienced heads@, and we will prodit bay
The cobaimne or floe Journal ire dovoted to
1isrri-n and Domestic Narsa. the MarLets. .ite.
rature. Scicace. ric. Our aeadera n wIl be fur
tmshed with Cols reat itifoirmationl inl relation to1
pansg e tns m every quarter of the gloube
,he .tate for the mnrkets at hote and .throad.
:amai avery decription of bsiiiess iitelligence,
1 besidei a great vartery ml icellaneons< matter.
The great increawe of trade to liannburg, bet
I natural advataitago, fur lienh anud hneinesa. nnst
ler fl.,ari-lia;' corditimon. reandera a paper in
dapniba~..ly tnecessary Ihere, as welIl tao thme cii.
etaa a< the plisatera and others whos trade to this
a--e-- sll of whoaam tahoii d patruonize a paper
ofthaeJnrmial knmows thaat he ran send mont o
weely-d~ett as waa wrthyv of patronage as
aniy themr stow biefiare the pamblic-. lIe rispect.
fig uobecns fromum a hheivram atnd enillghten~ed
1' aomuisty. that increase of patronage which
. he belie:to his work d,-serves.
II1'nhrslar. Fitb in tf 6;
.To :Mewapaper Edilorns,&c.
II F. Advertisar (atn cxperieniced practical
- Prinater.) n nld ltae charge mmf thme a.
Ci enstert. Dr-ars:ar oft a Nensipaper eas.
~ alushmaent. or Book aned Jaubbinag OJfice, eithear
am thae mipper p art oi thi.s State. G$eorgia. Alaba
nit. ar 1 iirida; or nsecept anvr saverrisas cur
mceaed with item, whelare lhe tnay obtaim a fair
srmnearationa far hais serv iceS.
l.b.'erences can: I-- givmen (if neceasary) (or
thae mrarltad prifet-ian al character of thae adl
-a~ vetz--r. to iaembetars -aaf thei. corps cditosriai in
Iahis t:atet aand (;'rar.;ia. whoa have knownvi haitm
for ith. la-i fonm: ye-ar.. .\d-ress A. P, .itu
ry oter. (Chi a-li.tn
ar i-e he rf will cinfe-r a favor by ;;i ing
thaa aboav,- itata or two t n..ertmaits.
iara-h Iti tf 7
Tan Bark Wanted,
- The ubscribecr, liting near nilonuit Vini.
I tage. re'spectibilyv imafrms the Farmners ouf
adgillid District thu ihe wishes to pmurchams lhe.
r twe.-in tiftv iad onie hundtiredl cora's oif Tanm Batk.
lIe wilt j'my ini Cash, IAcathecr. or 4lhos for
good Rsted, White, or Spaisha Oak Bark.S3 per
cardl, at the I'arasmr- panatationi. if witin sevenm
0 ilialvereil at his 1zTan Yard, rarmner. who are.
or may bea clearinag lands, would final it to their
iteresit tsa save alIh their UJak hark fair htim. A
aginod hand catn gel a cord if bar k per day. anal
twoa corals cani be hauled att a load. if a 'ratnae is
ma:ade to hmold it. Trhm hark ahauildl be- covreda
evecry evetuing with boardls or leaves, to pre
dl aeil the rtaina fraat injuring it.
-r Marcha 9, l812 6 t1 Kenez Mi. Vtuutage.
fState or South Carolitua.
I L' DGEFIELDDSTC.
D A n n a Sfa ri T e r . ill f i r .p- uife
e ailBrunaoin. anJ others, .V
IT appearing to anyaaatis-ewtion thai Stephen
1Terry and Jane his wife. thet children of' -
John Parkman by his late write Elizabeth. lor
merly Elizabeth Dutckhalter. Fuigitt and
Polly hisa wife. somne of the Defendants in this
case are without the limits of dais State. On
maotion by I'. HI Wardlaw Complainants So
licitaor. brdermal that said absanat defendant~sdo
appear in this Hlonorabile Ciourt,and pleadl.an
.- awer and deniur to ilhecomplainatasill within:
three months from the pmahkematimon of this order,
.or Ihe said Bill will be taketin-owccafssagains&.
I..- TERRY. c. t. gt.p7
d Contmnissier-s Ofce, Martk 5;19
,. marchb9 - - -.3 -
- 200 SHI,84e
. Cah Apl at t~e