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ngth of lnit
uenee; and w
intellectuil and lite]
city. As a prelate, I
cmvii anid eccleiastical affair.<
(om amn Ca'holic) with consni
a -hasslt behind him many il
- n1en1pWftlof '[ionand benevolence, the frui
of his ce'administrati and utvearr
Xe0. Devoted as he was to the inmerests of 11
Chil-to which he owed his imitre. he was y
a aa of fiberal princililes and feeiei;:s. alive
th iiouse of public spirit.and to the intdue
Sofuiversal charity. ~During :4 hit ze
dince am n s, his liigh andl merit'd mtluem
over his dfock was ever exercised t6r goo.I. at
- $hi deportment was such as tit wn:: Iar i-imt:
esteen and regard of the comoatuiy AisouA
his -naivecounit wasever gre nt ito ionnnew
ry and dear to his heatt. ht* alle-mam to I
adoyted country was rm-isfgntzavd .a I,,. 1tgt
duty, as weil from inclinatman as pritIep.:- 11
."pathized deelsly wit the frr. amiti1'Uo
-'vad~gloriousdesiniesofthe Atnermctat tmo
* a 'tsilR~t as the home of hip oppreA-w.d a&i e
l ow-countryueu. and tir chosen temptf
orgational liberty. OU Nh soth he was atri
friend and an able champism ; fearlessly thro,
ing tie weight of his character, influence at
invallect, in avor of mner aucli nmiunidersto
ind much reviled domici institutions, at
vindicating thei both at haue and abroad. I
the death of ote thus eniluent in his calling at
useful in hisgeneratiou. his Cziumclh ias susta
ed a loss, which can scarcely be repaired. a
our community owns the bereavemnent of a g:1
ed and valued citizen.
The funeral obsequies of this lameeted por
lae was celebrated at the Cathedral of St. Fonl
bar, at 10 o'clock, A. M , on the 13th: and it
clery of all denoiniuations. the iffere:t souc
ties of which he was a retni.er. 11t3 frends at
aequaintan'es ,and the citizens generaly, we
invited to attend the suletu tceemoay, and p:
the Inst tribute t departed waos' Ut.
"6The bell o1 L Michate.s tolled. and
shipping in the harbor wore thei coloursi
lftuast in honor of tie deceaswd; and a
farther testimony'of respect to his memory.
general review of troops. which whieb
have taken place on the day of his funeral4
postponed, by order of Ilis Excellency the
vernor, until the next day."
from the Soawk Caina.
COLGIss, S. C.. Aprail .
TO OUR PATKLNS.
The 'severe calnamity which has visited &
Town. sweeping away, in a few hours, ti
fairest portion of Columbia, has leal undestitu
ofthe measeof immediately and successli
carrying on our business. We hart los a
5r pRA pspeieaipq g stones. and agre
of type, Nsd ali ue llice fmunure. U
ewirnuastanaes a 'short suspenaon
-pulhcation of the dthi Carolinian wit I
necessary. Tn ostsife form had been. c ocks
off'the evening before the fire, and we now pm
sent it to oar reader, togaher with the iside
the " Southern Chrouiele," wich the publia
era of that pape have been kindenough to la
us, together with the use of their-pres.n
Our readers were informied a iw wet
ago, of the temporary absence of the Editor
thme S oath Caroliaias. ile has not yet
turned. He left berte int the possesis
a handsome property itn hotuses-the most col
plete printing~ establi:,bment in the Southe
country-a handsme and well supplied Lib:
ry, and every convemience a reasinable a
could desire. But now where in mt I All.
swept away! Under such cirratins~ance, c-an
be aec-sary-is it not an mnsu4t to their :.- I
of justice, to urge those nbha a.n- .e n rr..rw
hia,. nasilitateltg to settle lter xcunats i
deem it unnecessary toi'ay mit':
' Fror the Tempersarc ..11eocaie.
A Destrace Firc.--tm Mloinde tnight. tj
11th inst., about nme .i'clac.k. that alarn,. of fi
wvas given. The fire occurred iis a hilackama
shoin the rear of. Mr. Davis's Carriage eca
.bs'mnopposite Brick Range. anid tepre
on both sides. Every hous,- on that square 'e
burned down, except Mrs. Waddell's dw'ellin
which was staved with great ditllienity Fri
the Southern corner, (J. N. Cutaninigs & Co,
the fire spread ta the opposite corner of Bri
Range, and swept every honse oni 3iin-stre
up- to:North dr Gibbes's store; leavinmg on
two houses on our beautiful Brick Riange. TI'
amount of pre rty destruyed ca'imot bele
them Two Hundred Thoqsanad Dollama. atndo
own opinion is, that ta will prove to be mat
snore-perhaps not tar sbort, if' any. omf T,
flpndred and Fifly Thoeusanad Abouit one hat
dred thousand of thias s covered hy Insnrat
. 8ev'enty-tve thousand dollarse by'the Geor.
Inuaranee and Banking Cotmpauy of .iiui
.Ahoaateight or tnthousand by the Georgian
surance and Trust Company. ad six or eig
throusand by the Charleston rust a' d inse
- asee Comspany. There may be other in.-ura
ces, but,.thes are all we leave yet ascrtam
'1(e caimnot clos.e this melancholy n:agrati,
withiit. -uoticing.- the gallant. heramic co~ndt
l'cisplayed by Mrr Wade Hawmptone. Jt.. amid .a
Thoinastsiriml'heymotunted to the 1
esmidby Melaers. North
au.were swee.pingt dlo
the very edJw of :1
seized tIse hose
nd bhim and
as an all
- ad Groey-in
noaisuranfce, and al.
1 ~S addlery.
ordecai's Auction store. in Davisis
vary Dais's Carriage establishment-in
rel $3.00 on Stock,40.A000 on buidings.
A S. Johnston'ts Printing estaliahmat at-Do
i-urance; lofs about$5.000.
aItuch's Livery Stables, in the rsia of Davis'
buildinigs-los heavy, and no insuwance.
es N. Emanaunel's Confectionery-$1,500 stock,
4' H Bruns & Co.. Shoe stere-no insurance.
g. Ellas Polock's Dry Usod store.
as Two stores ndjoining-unocerpied
a- Itarnet & Anderson's Clsdnng store-insur
It ed 86.000.
or Chandler & Holliger, Saddlery-no insur
- N. S. Catmmings & Co.. Hardware & Gro.
to cerA-insu d $10.000
.4 Scou & Johnson. (in Dr. Wel's Brick build
le ing ou UrickRange no insurance ona stock;
et bulding insied ror S000.
LI Sievensokn & Walker, Merchast Tailors. in
- Dr. Wel ls hailding-building &stockinsured.
I- Thorton's Carnage store-4huiloling insured
V for %15 000, (belonging to L Shernman.) sttck
ad r.,r *'5.000.
e Keckley'sGrocery-insured $3.000 on stock.
:11 ntotwerp & Frank. Mlerchnt Tailoi. ia
3lrs. ltlack's building. on whicl ther. is no in.
Maarinaee. F. 31yers. is same building-no in
suranlce oa stock.
J. I. Gracey. Dry Goods. iaa Botnwright &
Yning's building-stock insured for $0,0,( .
Young & SOn's, Jcwe!ery. (- iling)
e -insured $6.00 on stock
e is. Weaver, Mhillnery. in Thomas Beard's
v- building- not insurance on tMock. and the IOa
ad heavy; $2,000 on building.
ad Cohen & iel. Urs G.UJa Cohen's build
ad Ing: up stai.asecupied by 1r. Ikl as a dawel.
In ling-buildint inased; $4.000 stock insured.
ad ir. ?sell Ist ust of lus t'urnitulre-no inaur.
-d North & C(o.. Dr% Goods- insured for $15.
t- 000 on stuck Tho' fiare w as arnrested at this.
SLVt.A. April 9.
e Tezas Emigrants -A smaall conpany con
swstia- of 14 or K' latrintic citizen-a o .Mario.
arrived here on %V ednara.y last. , their way
to Texas. They are a patraotic little band. and
Y inaspir-d in a high decree m itlh ahat patriotic
wlist i felt and evinced over our whole
in behalf (it our nvaded $ister lepub.
a ia evidence of the feelig existilg
an bielialfofthe cause in which they have
ritically embarked. our ciaizeas made a
pt ctintribution of about $l8is to aid in
ng the expeiseo of their expedition.
y etnbarked %esterday upon the sieamner
Gen, Gaines to Mobile. wiaenace they will pro.
ced with the greatest despatch tao Calveston.
Whilst the compa6aany etce here in waiting fur
a boat. they received from the Ladaes o .'ari.
on (whl have hardly their -qual any where for
patroisan) a beiutiful Texian Flag. in defence
of which they have einbarked.-Frec Press
te AGRICULTURAL CoXasTvOX 115 9 ozoROa.
ly The ''ieanings of Hsabandry," contaas a
recommendatinu 11r an Agriaultun Conven
tion in this stato Tih imuportnee of the iea
at sure wi iio doubt he appreciatedby the planters
a- and fanmers of Georgaa. especialy as this time.
of The editor nys. "it would be most desirable to
n e the nteiligent fiiaming class, thsote who are
aactulally engaged an Agriculture, sully repre
d aented oan such ant occasiaon." "Cottona at three
e- or tfour cents a pound, that too ini a ,depreciated
fcurrenacy perhaps, will awsake the lanterst froms
the caustoan mtaiia, that laa too intsag enclaitned
-their ene:;ies. and arou..o ithems to unite their
Ut endcias or.. and an'ociateihear ehts to imiprave
".the soil as well as their annual inacoine in the
ks moat encuuragiang and profitah mlannser.'' As
such a convention every sutbject connected with
agriculture mtay be discus-ed. anad county as.
e* .oaajtins lornui and argiiiiized. to promote
oaf tihe agreenitusral intere'st of the State To ac
. cuominis the objhtet, acounity meetings shuld he
--ailed danunag thae sutmmier. ;and daegases ap.
r" ptointe.d to mteei ini coveniont in Novemsber
a- next at .\lilledgeville, say on the seconad Mion
a day of thbat moth. 3lenbe'rn elec to ta the e
g islatuare. if palanters, could be appuinited dele
se Extract of a Ilter fo the Editors of th
16 nnsy lvanian. dated
aVW AsaH.NGTON. .April S lSI2.
L'ard Ashblurton conmes amedl-with the
mats esmesaiaor, dispaosition,. some'&Amer
ican smpathy, ad. as fiar is paeronally to
bae toask--d sa. a paciflc ininisse'r. iiis dilt.
mnatie famuily cati-.isas of Mr. 3lildmay, a
di brother of~ Lo..rd A's saiu-in-law, ands Mr.
a. Speddangs, laoth of themi experienced path
dlic servant. ini the Foreigna office, andl Mr.
* lBruce a braother oI Lord Elgin. The comn
- smanderof alae Wazrspite in Loard Johan Ilny.
" naot Sir John H ay, ;i ananounced in the Ru
ktelligencer; she saim who ats Commaodore
e liay, we have reatd of latterly as command
ly inw theC Uraiswh fore' which assisted the
se Spani-h Cristinos ini repelling she force of
sa D'at Carlus. The) ,:iideasvored to lnaal as
uir Newv York. but were carried to thC mnoush
of tt the Cbheasaiatke.-hen alhought it as well
*to linad at Annisaolis. Whnast the spaecial
miisia er's in-trucsionas are. of cour'eci.bs
a knowna toa himself. Itut, pe-rsonaiiv. I re
a. prait, is i', believed that he is peaceably
lit -' feelng generally parevnilb, however it
ir mat hie puseially smothered, that slae oddis
"-are .uain st us, in the ne'gotiation. No
membe-'aw tat she cabainae, inicluding~ ahe Pre
etsadent, ha hadl any es perienice in it excepi
r. . he~ Att rirey General, asnd while the prat
,p leisesnzal emainenaces of the Secretary of
& Sawe a, caaa-edbed, yes his fiineiss faar a wise,
art man!., aiL pautr'-tac, or. an a wourd, .Amer
e- icana mianaaemenit ..f the vass ianterests ade
voy~lved ona him pecr -as-. iis genserally doaubsed.
*No refleeruag man enna fail to, feel slant the
state ofi ithais betweisaen thle twao countraes
ai critical. Ii many anut end ini imms~ediate
re or early haoeilities; but to settle puerma
'a nsently whoat l in dispaite, requaires a riant
,heart as well as head, and to make chronic
att is perapaa nio curable, will do no
.Mr. Werbaster has one great advan
~The Elnglish conisider him their
df may pe'rhiaps the rather :rush
- than another For one, I
~ He is supposed so look
ence, as the paso
whaich never hay
i the affair of McLeod, which
y ruined-turned clear right inic
treenverable wrong-some timidity,
as or misstep. will enable the Bri
once more to hold us up beford the
world as ir. the wrong, when we are over
This is a painful reflection. Alany think,
Mr. Adams. I understand among others,
that war is inevitable, the only relief of
our embarrassed c.ndition-that the tur
moil of conflict and its possible triumphs
will be our best relief. Such has often
been the desperate result of desperate dif
[Framthe IrAuc (Ala.) Taner,#f Agri8.
Three vagabond-looking fellows, came
into our city yesterday afternoon ii U two
horse wa ton. accompanied-by three likely
looking negm frellows, which they offered
for sale. The conduct of the men at once
excited suspicion, and they were closely
watched by severa! of our citizens. Afr
ter making several ineffectual attemptb to
sell the negroes, they took them to the op
posite side of the river where the steamboat
Gen. Gaines was lyin, for the purposc of
embarking for lobile. The suspicion of
our citizens becoming confirmed that the
negroes were stolen, the three men were
srreqcedi, aud on examination befre a
magistrate gave their names as flenry G.
Jones. lenry Dillard and Joseph Dillard,
of 3lonroc Co., Gen., and confessed that
the negroes in their possession were tihe
property of Peter Randall ofthe same coun
ty. The inegroes ackknowledge themselves
tihe prmperty of Randall, andi that they
were enticed away by the above named
persons. They were all committed-he
theives to take their trial, and the negroes
to await the demand of their owner. Thev
also acknowledged that the horses in their
possession were stolen, und among their
"oplunder" was found a small pair of bridle
hits. with a peice ofeotton plough line at
inched. nicely rolled up, so as to be easily
cariied in the pocked and ready fur use.
From the Southern Pauter.
AD aICULTURALsOCI ETT or TtIt. U. STATF5.
On the 15th day of becember, 16I. a
meeting was held in the Capitol. at Wash
intgton, for the purpose of organizing a
grand National Society of Agriculture.
The lion. James 31. Garneti, of Virginia,
was chosen President. and a Committee.
A ppointed for the purpose, reported a Con
stitution, of which the fullowing arc the
"Article 1. This Society shall consist
of such memuers as shall, ut the formation
of the same, sign the Constituton,-and
p:y to the Treasurer two dollars, and one
dollar annually thereafter as long as they
shall coutinue meribers.
" Article 2. Any citizen of the United
States maytecoea a member of this so
ciety by paylug the foes required for mem
" Article 3. Any agricultural society in
tie United States shall become ni auxilia
ry society upon paying to the Treasurer
the aunt of ten dollars, upon nppication,
and five dollars, annually thereafter; and
each auxiliary societ) shall receiye no less
than five printed copies of the aniual pro
ceedings of this Society, and shall also be
represented by s-ich dele.aie or dilegies
as they may appoint to the annual me
ting ofhibs Society, and on iall questions
to be decided by the Sociemy,such delega
sion, shall be entitled1 to ten votes.
-Articlc 4. Any person paying to the
Treasurer men dolkars, aball receive a diplo
ma of meimership for life.
SArticle S. Thme officers of thi.: Socity
shall consi'.t of one President, one Vice
President fromt each State and Territory,
and one froma District of Columbia, a Rec
cording Secretary, a Correspondfing Secre
tary an-I Treasurer, and a Uaard of Cont rol,
couasishing of fire members, three of whom
shall constitute a quorum.
-A rticte 10. Tne Bonrdl of Control shall
consis' of five tmembers, living in, or at
convenient distance fruom this city, who
shall perform all the executive duties ne
cessary mu the purposes of the Society, not
spectiically assignied to other officers.
They shall avail thenmselves of all the
manas in their pot er i ecotme acqaiamed
with the agriculture ot foreign countries,
and through socih aid as they may be able
to receive irotm our dfiplomiatic agenta
a broad, as well as our consuls, shalt, if con
sistent with use pecuniary means of the So
ciety, introduce from, aubroad whatever
they may think materially calculated ts
improve the agriculture of tIs counmtry,
whether it conistts of information as to new
and aprovedf modes of culture, seeds,
plants, addumnal articles ofetiltivatiun, ag
ricultural imnplements, or dtomestic animuals;
the dtteposittont of w hich shall be made ali
the first annual mtae-ting of the Society.
*Article II. Theliuard of Control shall
also use the necessary menus of having a
large exhibit ion, at each ainnual meeting,
of impujroved agricultural implements andh
imahery, with full and public trial of' the
samne;-o imparoved stocks of all kinds,
and particularly of itnvaiig the cxhihition
of such animals as haveC taken ptremiumts
at other agricultural ..hows, with a view of
testing the superiority of pirize animals
thiemselves; also, of the different breeds of
animals, fur the pups ofcomp~aritig the
ads antages of each. They shall allix to
such exhibitions soch p~reimiumns asthey
shall adjudge suitable, appointing such
judges as they may select to award the
same, w hich judges shall not only assign
their preferences, but shall dtraw up a. de
tailed report of their several examinations,
settitg forth fully a descriptiotn of the arsi
ctes or anials adjudged, atid the grounda
uponi whirlh their preferences are awarded,
-Article 12. It shall fuirthier be the dout
of the Board of Control, when they think
it expedient, to procure a model of such
imnplemenits, and umachinery as may have
received a premium, to be kept in some
suitable and convenient pla5c, selected as
an agricultural repertory, for the lnspetioni
of thu public, and particularly of'zmetnbers
of the Society.
-Article 13- The said Board maiy also
award premiums for prize essays, to .be
read before the Society, for well conduc
ted and. well reported experiments in agri
culture, having reference in the same toi
the prevail iing agricultural psroductions of
the different sections of the Union.
." Article 14. The said Board shall give
tue notice by adveortisemnent, of the tinie
urns to be awared,and the coulmittee b1
whom theymfe to be awarded, aid for tii
expense attending the tischarge orthe du
ties herein imposed they shall draw requi
stions on the Pesident, setling forth, say
orally, the itetm of expease, which re.
quisitions shall bb recorded by.tbe. Recor
iiig Secretary.-nnd the President, if he
approves the same, shall thereupon iistl
hIs draft on-thi Treasury fbr the amount.
"Article 15. The said Board shall alst
be instructed .tomake ef'orts to obtain
funds for thsestafilishmelt of-tn Agricl
tural School, in the Distriet:of Columbia
and appurtenant theretois.ourse or Pub
lie Lectures on Agriculture. Chemistry
Botany, Mineralogy. Geology, and Ento
mology, as appropriate sciences to the
great bausiness ofAgriculure, which, wi:h
the buildings and improvements thereon
shall, in the language of Snitheon, be set
apart foreer "as an establishment for the
increase anddijasion of kaesvkdge amona
-Article 16. The Boardor Control Abal
procure an appropriate seal r the Socie
ty, to be attached to diplomas or other doca
meats or instruments which may be issue
to honorary members or other persons, on.
der the directions of the Society. They
shallfill all-vanocies that may occur bJ
death, resigntuion or otherise, either ir
their own body. or the list or the officers,
to continue until the next general meeting.
Aticle 17. Lt further aid of the pur
pose of this Society, the said Board shall
invite some suitable persons to establish an
agricultural publication in this city, and
shall also petition Congress for the incor
poration ofthis Society.
"Article 18. The first general meeting
of this Society sball be in the city of Wash
ington, on the first Wednesday iu'Mlay next,
and thereafter at such times as the Society
" On aotion of Mr. Turry, of massa
-- Resolvit, That the Board or Control
ofthe Society be instructed to present a
petition to'the present Congress of the
United States to set apart the Smihamuian
bequest fur tile purpoze ofearryitg out the
SThesikecntethat biadY two trillinge hearts.
In Savannah, on the 7th inAL, by the Revd.
Bishop Elhou. Co1. Jaxr4 P CAnn.ILL. Ot
Edgefield, S. C.. tofliss E.izi ANCAex.damgh
ter of the Hon. Jio. MlcPherson lierrien of the
Receipta for saubscription,
The Publtsher acknowledges the Receip'
from the foIlowing persons,to the time put down
to their respective names.
Wat Elam, to February 16. 1843.
Capt. M. Walker, to February 8, 1843.
Mrs. Elizabeth Garrett. to February 9, 1813.
James Rainsford. to February 8. 1843.
Jamnes 8 Harrison. to Deer. 12. 1842.
Bennet Reynolds. to April 1, 1842.
Azaria Abney, to Febmuary I. 1843.
Capt. Jesse MI.Cogburn, to Feb. 28.18813.
Rev. A.-Wigfall, to February 8. 1843.
E. B. Belcher.to Fehnary , 1843.
Col. John HUset, to February s, Im4:1.
Dr. W. D. Jennaings. to .il'relh 1I. 1842.
Maj TilmanWatmsn. to A pri 13, 3842.
Wtn. S. Howard, to Jaiuary 19. 1843.
Robert Brsjew. to Mlaach 4. 1843.
James-Mynaid, r.sq , to March 4. 1843.
J. LMobley. Seur.. to Fehruary d. 1S43.
Stlaj. J. S. Jeter, tio February 8. 3813.
P Searles, ho Febr.ry 8, I1842.
11. C. Turner, to February 3. 1843
Mloody ..arris, to Jatnuary 10, 1842.
Bryani & imro:, tn February 8, 1843.
Win. B. 3faja, to February 8, 1343.
IR. C. Jon., to July 13..182.
B. I.. Hobbs to February 8. 18413.
J. Kit key. Esq., to Fehr-nary P, 1843.
Capt. A. J. tlammo~and. to Feb. 8. t1.3.
Jnat S. Po.pe, to Jiely 9. 18.42.
J. Seade.r, to February 8, 184:.
John Lott. to February 8. 1843.
tam. Cuibreath, Senar.. toa Feb 8. 1842.
Dr. A. W. tUnrt. toe tktabrr 17. 1832.
inj. S. C. Neoat. to Februanry 8. 1'42.
Elias Lagroa'n, toe Juanuary 9. 184'1.
Capt. J. B. Smith. to 1'ebrunay 8. 1943.
31aji. Wmn. Daniel. to Febrary 8, 143.
A. r'. Trraylor, to October I10. 1842.
Dr. Thorn, to Febru.ary 8. 184:3.
S. Stalinaker, to January. 28. 1833.
Joshua lisrris. to F'etbruary 8. 1843.
G. L. & E. Penn & Co.. to Feb.$. 1842.
E~dmund Penn. to Febraaary 8. 1842.
Capt. J. 3. Sentelt, to January- 2. 3842.
finaj. A. Jones, to Febaruary 8. 1843.
i.,aac V'ansant, to February :3. 184:3.
Georg, Gmetzen. ta Mfarch 28.1843.
lIzaac Boles, to Janunry 2, 314:3.
Elbert liarding. ta. May I:;. 1842.
C. Rhodes, to February 8. 1843.
Capt. John S. Adatus, toe August 8. 3841.
A. A. Clarke, to February 4, 1842.
Thmoma, S. Bates, to Febrauary 8. 1843.
Heaery C. Turner, to February 8. 1843.
lHeut-en Drake, to March 8. 1842.
Stephen Mlay., to Msarch 23, 1843.
John Curry, to February 8, 184:1.
Thomas L. Sbaw. to Februar 8, 1843.
Elia~s Like, to Febrtuary$, 1843.
Robert Tturner, to January 19. 1843.
Bienjain Richardson, to'February 8, I14
Mfark Black, to November 12. 1842.
Dr. St. Galphint, to Februaary 8. 1i843.
Jarrott Nobles, to Janua.ry 1. 1843.
H. Nobles, to February 8, 1S43.
Luke Cuibmeath, to February 8. 1843.
John Ii. Grifis, to February8. 1813.
John P. Self, to January 7, 1843.
L. B. Freeman, to March 9. 1843.
Nathaniel Corley, to February 8. 1843.
B. T. Bnatwright, to August 1, 1842.
James thilland, to Jone 11, 1842.
D. F. Hllinssworth,. to February 8, 1843.
[Rev. Win. WVatkinas, to January 16, 1813.
N. Lowe, to February 8, 1842.
R. Kenney, Esq.,to Deer. 5, 1842.
A. Cockeroft, to February 25, 184.4
SPR ING TF.RM. 1842.
WI is Ordered that a Courtof Cotmmon Plea
..anid General Sessions, for the Trial of the
Cases naot disposed of at this Term, be heldI a
Edsgefiel Court House on the fret Monday ii
J. S. RICHIA RDSON
G::na Porc, e. c. e. & Pr. i s. ucc
April20 11t 12
State of' South Carolina.
JOHN FOY, living in the Fork of Wilson'
Creek anid Saltida river, tolls before me
one bright bay HORtSE, ten years old. som<
whaite in his face. one white spot on each sid<
ef his back and his wathers, mean bangs on th<
left side, fourteen and a half hands high. Ap
praised by David Harden, William Biuckhahter
and Olirer Heden, at twenty-llve dnllars.
THOS. NiCHOLLS, Magistrate.
April290 m~tt 12
ield C. H., on
May next, for three
fill the vacancies occast
resignations of James Hu
Covar, and A. Deloes.
B. 0. Bryan. C. A. Ifeigs. a
Edmund Penn. will act as Manaera.
By order of Col. L. T. Wigal
J. M. COGBURN. Capisia.
April13 d 11
LaaraTV IlL:.. 5th April. 142.
T IE Edgefield Siundron of Cavalry.
is hereby ordered to parade at Edgefield
C. If.. on Saturday the 7th day of May next,
at half pa-t ten o'clock in the forenoon. armed
and equippaed for review and drill. The re
peetive Captains of Companies are charged
with the extension of this ordet to their com
wnand. The commissioned and anon-commiin.
sioned officern will meet the day previous for
instruction and drill.
L If. 31UNDY. Lt. Col. Cnmd'g.
E. S. Caratry.
April13 d il
Y viritc tit osuindry wrois or Fieri F.
eias, I shall proceed too sell at Ealge.
field Court hIouse. ona ie firs Mtinday und
Tuesday of May next, the followijn, poro
Penn & Brannon vs. Edinund A tchis-on.
3rnrmion & Munly vs. the same, the tract
of land %% here defindant lives.
N. J. Black vs. S. Sainsimnus, one
house and loit in the town ol liarnburg,
on the corner of Centre and Rtobertson
Streets, known as lot No. 103.
C:ahcrin- Griffin. vs. Rudolph Carter,
Wright, P '-. & Co. vs. the vaine, one
negro man Dick.
W. T. Minter v- Mary and William
Sirome. Admn'rs. j acres of laud inore or
less where defendaWilliam Strotne lives,
aljoining Win. T. Bird and others.
The President & Directors cif the Hank
of the State of South Carolina. vs. john
Evans, seveny acres or land. lying on the
North side of the Martisssown Roand ad.
joining lands uof Coud. .deigs anl othern.
Jesso Kent adinitustratur, vs. Andrew
Butler, two horses.
Commniissinter in) Equity vs. Lewis Ell.
zey one ihousand acres of landi more or
less adjoining Thomas Morris, Elizabeth
Carter. and others.
Commi-sioucr in Equity, vs. Ahrnm
Pond, three hsundred acres of land, snore or
less adjoininsg Thonas Morris John Day,
Goodwin, Harrington & Co. vs. Daw
son) Atkison0, G4J0 acres of landI, more or
less, where dlefenan~tt lives, adjoiiing Ahm
nier W~hatlev anal othecri.
Allen Anidersasn, vs. Rtanl Deaahlter,
fotur ne.groen, Sindly and three children,
Charles Wianney andsal arry.
C. M. Faarmana vs. II. W. Sullivain for
negroes lleuary. .lary sad her twoa Chail
dlren, oe Lot and Ware llse san Caosk
Street knowsn as lot Noa. 1:31, fronating 50
feet, 300 feet deep, knoiwn as Sullivatns
Trhomas~ 0. Buarne'tt vs. Taslbeart Chen-.
sham; 1. 0. Chaeattat vs. the ssnmea, thraee
Negruacs, Sarah. N ilumn. and' Richmond.
J:snes I. Spillmaan. for Geoarge. Pasrots,
vs. Johin Pierce Wan. Weir anid James J.
Kenanedy. sixiy acres of~ land maore or less
adljoinitng A. J. Ramsbsa. IF. H. Wardlaw
anal oshers the propilerty of Wm Wcir.
S. CIIRISTIE. s. r.. 0.
A pril 11, 1m2 e il
State of' southa Carolinai.
B Ya order fromn Caourt in the ;taove
B case,. will be~ sold ;at E;dgeneis~i Court
Ilonuse, on uhe first Monay isa May next,
oneL negro girl Bett y. 'I erms Cash
A pril 1!, 18-12 ec11
Benjamin J. Ryana, Ajappplicant,
Stanmore II. Ryaaa, & others Def'ts. S
abov sttedeas, Ishall proecedl to
sell at Edgefield Court llouse, on the fGrst
Monday in May next. landas ofshe estate of
Capt. John Ryan dec., sit unte in said Dis
trict, on the waters of Horns Creek, ad
jsoining lands oft Moses Swearingans andl
others, containing i wo hundred acres more
or less. oan a credit unatil the second day of
January eighteen hundred end forty thre-e.
Purchaser to give bandl and personal se
curity anal a Mortgage of the premises to
the Ordinary af requmread.
Cost~s to be paid in Cash.
S. CHRISTIE, a. .. D.
A prilI1, 1842 ec11
D URING Court Week, a loather POCK
ET BOOK, with the namea of the sub
scriber written in it, containin'. two Deeds for
ILand. contveyed to hint by Io n Proctor, and
between two and three dollars in cash. Any
person who las Conand said Book, will bo libe.
rally rewarded, upon leasing it with Mr. B. J.
Ryan, at Edgefieldl C. LI.
BIJlHIEL$ Seed Potatoes of the
beast quality, for sale low,
Cash. A pply at the subscribers plani
miles NE. of F.dgebekd C.
it of six Il
pay costs, whii
' itles to be signed
til- -,tertne of sale he co
if mount of pttrchaso
paid ni'en due, the property wi
on that day for Cash.
S. CHRISTIE. s, r
April 11, 1812 e 11
State of South Carolina.
Thomas flarrisou, )
Various other plain
tifl's against the
W ILL be sold at Edgefield Court
House, on the firat Monday in May
,4ex, Several Loisin the town of* 1am
)urg, known in the plan of said Town is
Lots No 163, 170, 172; he above Lot%
Nill he sold oon account, and at the risk of
D)liver Simpson. former purchaser, who
ailed to comply with the teris of satie.
S. CHRISTIE, s r. D.
April 11, 1842. c 11,
State of' South., Cairolirta.
Dr. John E. Buoo
vS. Fi. Fa.
IT I L 11E SOL) on the 19th insttant
V at ihe late residence of Johnt Tay.
cor decensed, the ihllowing property, viz:
tMe old npgro woman Sarah.one wagon and
ippmratus, three head of horses, cleven.
iend uifcntile twenty thiec head or hous,
noe clock, one piano forte. One in, lan.
ation 'tools, houschold and kitchen fiurni.
nre, corn, baron, and many otcr articles.
S. CHRISTIE, s. v. p.
AprilG IS' ($1 50) 2t 10 e.
state of Solith Carolina.
Y OLIVER TOWLES, E.uirc,
BOrtlinary of Edefield District.
Whereas, John T. Mitcheill hati ap.
plied to mse for Letters of Administraeion0
ie houus non, on all and singular the good.
andclintels. rights and credits of Jouim
Mitchell latc of the District aforesaid, de
These are, therefore, to cite and admon.
ish all and singular, the kindred and credi.
tors of the said deceased. to be and appear
before me. at our next Ordinary's Court for
the said District to be holden at Edgelield
Court House on the 25it day of instant.
1wt2. to show cause. if any. why the said
Adminstration should not lie granted.
Given under my hanoi and seal this I Ith1
dlay of April, one thouanud eight hutn
dred and forty two. and ini the sixty-sixth
year of A tnerican Inde wndence.
A pril 11 l11. $2 124 b 11
NE W S TOR E.
T ar' stilbreiving, asfi'net pea e,-a
fas ever were bsrosught to this ma: ket, most of
which were bon;:htl for caush. which enabdes
utheum to sell on very re'asonable term,; they
would therefore intvmre their friends andi the piub
tic generamlly (the non-payinrg excepted.) tio cail
ansd'exannnfe ihemi.sad we will satisfy tha..e..
that Goods cnn be bought uss ch,-'ap in l-.dgetie;
village, as Iamuhor: or Augusta.
FiLiZIER & ADDISO.
manrch 23 f ea
C LO0T HING.
Tji1E Subscribers has laid in a fine sup
CL.OTHIS. CASSIMERES, DRA DE.
L AS. L INENS,
and othier Summiger CLOTIis, ands have emt
layedt .ir. Jons Cor.GAIr. to supheriiitenid thus
and would invite thseir friends to casll and see i
they cansnot be s'uited. boths in price and ginalit
FitAZIER - ADDiSJN.
march 23 'If 8
T lIE inicreaseid demand for BRICK.
whbile we posseas the best materials fur
msaking. tog~ethier with an opporininity or burn
inig themo in the Fiirnsee, han indnaeed ins to in
eur the capense of procuring a Machine, for
kneadhing the clay, and also a superiorquiality ot'
3 oilds. We shall endeavor to keep agood stock
ons hand, of such as will please oner customers.
J. GIBIDS & CO.
Potterwville, March 29.18-42. tf !t
FRENCH FRUIT TREES. ROSES AND
T liE subscriber has just received from Pa
ris, by the ship Olvympia. a choice coillec- '
lion of PEARS. AP PLL'S. PLUMS. PEACH-'~
ES. CHIERRIES, APRICOTS. A .MOND
and MIADEIRA WA LNUT3. which he
(or male either singly or by the bund
bundle contains 10) Pears, 5Apples.5
5 A pricots, ti Plumns. 3 Cherrnes
and 2' Madeira Walnuts, and.*
packed. The Trees, as e
among the fittest ever i 4
and are well .W?
wishing to ob