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Arrival of tlic Caledonia.
fifteen days later.
The British Parhamct was expected to
adjourn on the 10th of July.
The armed intervention of fhe British
Government in the affairs of Portugal, had
excited warm debates in the British House
of Commons and the trench Chamber of
Deputies. The Duke of Wellington and
Sir Robert Peel sustaining the Russel
Ministry, while M. Guizot justified the intervention.
All attempts to reconcile the differences
between the Glueen of Spain and her husband
The grain crops throughout every part
of Europe are most encouraging.
The English ten hour factory bill has received
the royal assent.
The king of Belgium is reported to be in
a yery precarious state of health ; which
v/h the advanced age of the King of the
French, creates considerable uneasiness in
European political and monetary circles.
The National states that two expresses arrived
in Paris on the 14th from Belgium,
announcing that the life of King Leopold
was despaired of. His Majesty was afflicted
There was promise of an early harvest
m-n vu j.'i C|;aiuinilia ULU mil IV 111^ Ul 1 U1 IS~
mouth, for Sir John Richardson's expedition
to the Arctic regions, in search of Sir
John Franklyn, and several seamen have
already been engaged.
In Irelandj apart from the contradictory reports
respecting the poiatoe crops, the anticipations
ofan abundant harveslare cheering.
Fever is still awfully rife and malignant,
but the general downward tendency
of provisions and the ample stores now
pouring into this country, with the prevalent
fine, dry, bracing weather, will, it is
hoped, prove effectual means to check the
progress of this destructive cpidemic. Emigration
proceeds very extensively?during
the last two months one hundred and twenty
thousand persons left the shores of these
kingdoms, chiefly Irish, and remarks the
Belfast Northern Whig, ''the extent of the
exodus seems only to be getting away."
Murders and outrages are unhapply multiplied
until they are regarded as indigenous
to Irish society, and effectually to cure this
plague spot is doubtless one of the great difficulties
for any government.
Messrs. John arid Morgan O Connellhave
succeeded their late father in the leadership
of the Constiliation Hall Repealers. Tom
Steele has retired entirely from active service.
Dr. O'Higgins, catholic bishopofArdah,
has, in a letter to the Association, developed
and avowed what was well known
to have previously existed, a system for converting
every priest into a collector of, and
the chapels or chapel-yards as receivinghouses
; on the other hand, Archbishop
Murray strongly denounces such a prostitution
of the sacred office and uf the sanctuary
The Irish Confederation consider themselves
insulted, by a very direct exclusion
nfthp tnornhf^rc frnm I Via nrnnrtuo/1 nnKIm
neral of the members from the proposed
public feneral of the late Mr. O'Connell?
ttemall section of that body are about to form
a third section of Ropcalers, and among
these dissensions it is considered very proable
that the entire agitation will spend its
Marshall Bugeaud has resigned the post
of governor-general of Algiers. His successor
has not yet been appointed, but a report
is prevalent that the Duke d'Ainaule
will nrnrfipd tn AI criers nc Virnrmr
I ? ? ?& ? " "J
Marshal Grouchy, who commanded the
ihe French corps (Varme.e, which was destined
io employ the Prussian army, while
Napoleon attacked the Duke of Wellington
at Waterloo, died on Saturday week at St.
Etienne, on the-Loire, in his 82d year.
It is stated in Paris that M. Theirs has
proposed and carried in the bureaux an important
modifications of the project of law
of the tariff. This modification has been
adopted almost unanimously in the
bureaux. It includes the following heads
?1. A reduction of coffee and sugars. 2
A duty to be laid on unwrought British cop
per, with a view to favour the importation
of copper from South America.
New Fire Arm.?We witnessed some
experiments on Saturday made with a new
piece of musketry?we had almost said
ordnance?recently completed at the U. S.
Armory, in this town, got up as an experiment
by Maj. Ripley from a modle prepared
by_ Mr. Cyrus Buckiand, the skilful master
machinist of the Armory. It is called a
Wall Kitle, and is the first piccc of the kind
ever manufactured in the United States.?
The length of the barrel is 36 inches, calibre
3-4 inch; diameter at the breech, 1 1-4
inches; diameter atthe muzzle, 1 3-4inches;
weight of.barrel 30 lbs and of the whole
piece, about 35 pounds.
The charge of power was 178 grains,
and the weight of the balls or slugs, 2 1-4
02. A piece of canvass, 7 1-4 by 8 1-2 feet,
With a painted ring at the centre, 14 inches
in diameter, was pierced by the balls at a
Stance of half a mile, 21 times in 24?
: ! ? i ? ?1 -
uii?o ui ujciii juercing mc ring in inc centre,
rifle is designed for light mounting
'^flhb?wall or parapet, or even upon the
jMHtt^^rtrse or mule) whence it might do
upon the straggling
Ky|^^^^^^HHBfcuy?parties an enemy.
(REPORTED KOR THE ABDEVIL.LE BANNER.)
OF THE COMMITTEE OK
Examinalion of llie Uokcsbury Female School.
The Committee respectfully offer to the
public tliier report of the examination which
came off on Friday the 25th of June. They
paid strict attention to the examination made
by the Principal, they examined several ofthe
classes,and arc therefore prepared tospealc
correctly, and will endeavor to do it impartially
and candidly. In the opening ofthe
exercises the Principal, Mr. S. L. Heller,
announced that it was a very general impression
that young ladies had a Icssoji assigned
them for the examination ; but lie
wished to disabuse the minds of the audience
of any such impression in regard to his
pupils. They had reviewed a certain number
of pages, and the Committee were at
liberty to take them on any portion of it.
They did so, and were pleased to find them
prepared equally as well on one portion as
another. They were likewise gratified to
witness but little of that parrolising, if we
may so call it. which is too cammon in female
examinations, and which is the bane
; of all successful and useful instruction. The
j Committee took the liberty of asking questions
in a different form from those laid
down in the texts on Philosophy, Chemistry,
I &c., ami found, from the general promptness
' and accuracy of the answers, thai they had
! learned the idea as well as the words. They
| would notice particularly an English gramj
mer class, with which they were much
; pleased. They highly approve the method
j of instruction, adopted by the Principal, in
this very important branch of education.
; He required them, in parsing a word, to give
1 a reason for every answer made ; and
j would likewise propound all other necessa1
ry question connected with that part of
l speech, and thus develop the whole subject
i ?r t. . - -
I ui ijirtiiiniur. ii imparls a correct awl thor!
ough knowledge of the science, and trains
; the mind to a habit of inquisitiveness.?
There were examinations in the other
branches usually taught in female schools,
except one or two which were necessarily
crowded out for want of time; and in every
! one the pupils answered with great prompt:
ricss and accuracy. We must notice a
: class in Virgil, composed oftwoyoungladies^
! Miss Mary Thomas and Miss Cahomnr
| Maury, both because it is an unusual study
for females, and be cause they acquitted
s themselves so creditably. They read the
! beautiful poet fluently, pronounced the Latin
I correctly, and analyzed with considerable
1 accuracy. Why may not more of our fair
; daughters emulate the worthy example of
i these two? We hope it will become more
common for the timid but gifted female to
; enter the splendid temple of classic literature,
and pay their homage at the altar before
which the other sex delight to how. But
; we forbear to dwell upon this point for fear
: of becoming: too lensrthv.
! A number of excellent compositions wore
read by the young ladies. The performances
upon the piano were tolerable, though
they had been talcing lessons, in this departj
ment, but a short time. Those who had
! been studying music longer performed very
! well. We confidently recommend this
school to the public patronage. It is
not one of those splendid humbugs where
so much is professed lo be taught, but really
so little is taught. They professed to teach
no more than what they actually teach.?
Although it is not bolstered up by a long
catalogue of untaught stidies, disting ii ihed
Trustees, and entitled professors, yet we
j would leel well assured, in trusting our
] daughters to it, that tliey would be thoroughj
ly taught in all necessary branches of education.
F. G. Thomas, F. A. Connor,
J. H. Stokes, A. A. Roberts,
S. M. G. Gary.
July 1. 1847. i
A Curiosity.?Some eight months ago
it was reported at New York that an enterprising
Yankee had purchased a Chinese
Junk at Canton, and sailed or was about
sailing to this country. It appears that ho
has carried this design into execution, as
Capiain Lloyd Slemmer of the schooner
Mary Augusta, which arrived at Baltimore
on Saturday from the Rio Grande, reported
that he spoke on the 28th of June, off Cape
Henry, 200 miles distant, a Chinese Junk,
with the Emperor's flag flying, three hundred
days from Canton, bouiid to New York
The object of the voyage is to make an exhibition
of the vessel, and we have no doubt
that the speculation will prove profitable.
More of the Prospcts of Peace.?
Thfi PhilnHfllnhin T.pH(?>k
?wtiiaiua mtt I01<
u We learn from a reliable source at Washington
that there is a prospect of a speedy
peace with Mexico/ The letter comm'unibr?:
, . '
eating the information says it muy be in |
less than twenty days. The Mexicans have
had the whole text of the treaty, which Mr.
Trist carried with him, communicated to
them, and they are satisfied with it. The
President will call an cxria session of the
Senate, and this news will probably shorten
his visit to the North. This is an important
fact, and we have no doubt from
the source whence it came that it can be relied
There probably is some foundation of
truth in this statement, although \vc imagine
that the short term of twenty days. in
which to conclude a peace, is mere matter
of random conjecture, especially as General
Scott has not yet reached the city of Mexico,
and it is generally admitted that he has to
fight at least one more battle before he can
place himself in a position to negociale.
A Prkdiction Partially Fulfilled.?
The following prediction was uttered by
I Don Thomas Gener, in the year 1828, when
1 applied by Bresson, an agent of Luis XVII I.
| who was sent over to sound the views of
; the chiefs of Spanish America, in relation
i to the possibility of constitutional inonarch;
ies throughout this continent, and, if possble,
i to induce them to come into the measure.
J "Let France and all monarchical Europe
1 consider well, that if tliey whiten Mexico,
if Mexico does not regenerate herself soon,
. she must become a part of the United States
of the North, and that before twenty years ;
and thenceforth Mexico will not consume j
! tllA nrnr1lir*l> nnd r\ f V.ifAnn I
, U. UU.U|^, |
but those of the great cofederacy to which
i she will belong." |
; Sahbatii in London.?At a public nice- :
; ting recently held in England, it was stated |
' that out of a population of more than two :
1 millions, there was an attendance of only !
: lour hundred thousand persons on the ser- j
vices of the Sabbath, in the churches and j
' chapels of all denominations ! " If inquiry j
! was made as to the occupation of the rest, j
the crowded state of steam vessels, rail-way I
| carriages, public house, tea gardens, club j
and gaming houses would furnish a reply." i
" Tis iho silver link, the silken tie
That heart to heart and mind to mind,
In body and in soul can bind."
| MARRIED, at Greenviiin, Alabama,
j on the 1st inst., bv the Rev. F. W. Moodic,
i Mr. A. F. POSEY, of this village, to Miss
FLORELLA E. YOUNG, formerly of
i Laurens. S. C.
HAMBURG, JULY 8.
j Cotton.?We havo no change to note. Foreign
I news has not yet arrived.
. Flour.?By a typographical error we made to
ntintfl this arliMn ton low last wi>nlr Prlnoc
: have been from 5 to G extremes, which wo quoto
j as the prices this week.
Corn.?Wo notice sales from wagons at 65 cts.
CHARLESTON, JULY 7. j
COTTON.?Wo quoto as extremes, 9 3-4 to 12 j
J 1-4 conts per lb.
For Tax Collector.
j We are authorized to announce JOHN M. i
i GOLDING as a candidate for Tux Collector
| at the ensuing election.
I We are sjiithorized to announce JAMES ;
j iVl. *JAL?ViiK'r? us a candidate tor TAX I
j COLLECTOR, at the cnsning election.
i The friends of Capt. E. G. MARTIN,!
i ^nnounco him as a candidate for TAX COLLEC- I
i TOR, at tho next ensuing election.
The friends of WILLIAM J. HAM- |
! MOND, take pleasure in announcing him a
! Candidate for TAX COLLECTOR at the
j ensuing election.
The Friends of JOSEPH S. D. WETH!
ERALL. announce him as a Candidate for
j TAX COLLECTOR^ at the ensuing elec!
The friends of the Rev. JAS. MOORE
j respectfully announce him as a candidate for
! the office of Tax Collector at the ensuing
The Friends of W S. HARRIS, announce
him as a candidate for re-?*Iection to the office
of tAX COLLECTOR, at the ensuing I
we nre authorised to announce JUHN
CUNNINGHAM, is a candidate for TAX
COLLECTOR, at the next election.
The friends of EZEKIEL TRIBLE
announce him as a candidate for the office of
Tax Collector at the ensuing election.
We are authorized to announce T. T.
CUNNINGHAM as a candidate for Tax
-Collector at the erisuing election.
1TT? T ? r\ I* . -
vv nrreas, jonn i^avis applies to me to administer
on the Estate of Theodore J. Ba
These are therefore to cite the kindred and
creditors of the dec'd to appear before mo in
the Court ot Ordinary on the 3d Monday in
July, inst, to show cause why said administfa.
tion should not be granted.
Given under my hand and senl, 5th July 1847,
At Abbeville C. H. DAVID LESLY,
July 7 19 2w. Ordinary.
Sherod H. Smith tolls before
m'e the subscribing magistrate,
> U t r a dark bay or brown horse, right
fore loot white up to the fetlock, a small blaze
in the face, a Roman nose, fifteen hands and
two inches high, and appraised at thirty dol.
larn supposed to be twelve years old, no other
marks visible. Appraised by Jacob Hill,
Saml. Hill, and Sam). D. Speed.
A, F. WIMBISH, Magistrate.
July 7. 19 3m.
Valuable Lauds for Sale. |
Will bo sold, at Abbnvillo C. H., oil Salo Day iu j
September next, in two separate tracts, that part
of tho Real Estate of tho late Thomas W Williams,
dec'd., tiituuta on the waters of Kooky river, near
Loundesvillo, Abbeville District, cucli tract cousinting
of about eight or nine hundred acres, the plots
and surveys of which will be exhibited on the day
Purchasers will bo required to give bond und approved
Possession will bo given at the close of the pre
m.m year. wwvi. j. WILLIAMS, Ex'or.
July 14 2U-8t
Tho subscriber offers for Halo his PLANTATION
aiul MILLS, situated on Rocky River, four miles
above Louudcsvillc, in 0110 of the healthiest sections
of Abbeville District. Tho Plantation, coni
laiuing about 40U acrcs, is in good repair, most of
j it strong, productive land. Tho mills are a Corn,
Wheat and Saw Mill, all in successful operation.
The water power is not surpassed by any in tho
surrounding country, being sufficient for all manufacturing
purposes, and possessing tho rare advan
j ?)i iiui uumg uiuicnauy cnccictl t>y either lugli
or low water. All who may wish to make such a
' purchase, are requested to call and examine for
i themselves. JAMES I*. LESLY.
July 14 au-tl'
llouse and Lot for Sale.
? r. Tho undersigned intending to
f*InoV? West this lull, offers for sale
J*? ^Sliis HOUSE and LOT, situated in the
village of Due West Corner, 011 which
is a largo and coinfortablo Two-story Dwelling,
with a number of separate rooms intended for
boarding. 1 will also sell a large portion of tho furI
niturc to tho purchasor, if desired.
j Also?all persons indebted to the Iato firm of E.
&, J. W. Agnew, by note or open account, arc requested
to settle the same against tho 15th of September
next, as I am desirous to close up my business
beforo I leave. JAS. W. AGNEW.
Duo West Corner, July 14 20-tf
Tlio subscribers have this day made an assignment
of all their effects to Mr. Jas. C- Spronfl, who is duly
authorized to collcct all debts due tfio concern.
PEARSON & SMITH.
Hamburg, July 2, 1847.
[Hjj In my absence, Messrs. Jefter.s &, Colli rah
are duly authorized to receivo any debts duo Peareon
t Smith. JAS. C. SPROULL.
July 14 20-2W
Aii persons indebted to tho estate of Sarah E.
Child, late of Abbeville District, deceased, are requested
to make payment; and thoso to whom the
estate is indebted to present thoir demands, properly
attested, for payment.
PATRICK H. EDDINS,
Adm'r. with Will annexed.
T..1 i a in -
juiy i*, lOtl. SJU-4W
The State of South Carolina,
Asbury R. Itamey, Adm'r., v. Mary Donald,
et al.?Bill to Marshall Assets, Sf-c.
By order of tlio Court of Equity, the Commissioner
appoints the first Monday in October next, within
which time the creditors of the estate of John A.
Donald, deceased, are required by said order to establish
their demands against said estate.
H. A. JONES, c. P..
Commissitfncr'n Office, July 7, L837. 20-13t
Male and Female Acaderriids,
In Greenwood, Abbeville District*
(under tub control of the baptist denomination.)
The Board of Trustees would take this opportunity
to express their high gratification at the succcss
with which their efforts h?vn m#?t in pnrfpnvnriinr tn '
establish the above school. Having labored under 1
much inconvenience tho past session for want of
comfortable buildings in which to accommodate the !
Instructors and their pnpils, they aro happy in be- !
ing able now to announce to the former patrons o ';
thoir school, and to tho public generally that (ho I
largo and commodious building, situated in a con- |
venient part of the village and on a most delightful :
spot, which they have crectod, is ready for the oC- J
cupancy of the Female school, the past session having
closcd in it. -The Male school will also be conducted
in a convenient and comfortable house pleasantly
situated. Tho board would avail themselves
of tho present opportunity of returning their most
cordial thanks to the friends who have bo liberally
paironizeu tlicin, and solicit a continuaiico of thoir
patronago : At tho same time, with great pleasure,
repeating, what they have on a former occasion
announced, viz : there entire confidence in the high
moral character and literary qualifications of the
several Instructors in both department of theso
Tho 2nd session will commence on the 96th
Instant, and from the number of pupil tho past session,
(40 in the Female and 26 in tho Malo department,)
and from promiso of others, the Board feel
assured that tho schools will be more prosperous
than during the previous session. Mr. and Mrs.
Nicholls, tho principals of tho Female school, having
expressed thoir determination to locate perminontly
iu this place for tho purposo of imparting instruction
in tho various branches of Fomalo Education,
tho Board would respectfully command them
to the favorable notice of all frionds of Fomale education
and bospeak for them that liberal share of
public patronage, which they so justly me Having
determined also to employ every year in the
malo department, an Instructor in every rospectj
worthy of public confidence, (as has beon their good
fortune tho present year in the person of Mr. W. L.
Harris,) they feel confident that the schools undor
their control will prosper boiug established upon a
Good bdard can be obtained at $8 per month.
Terms of Tuition, in the Male deportment,
per session of five months.
Orthography, reading,writing and arithmetic, $6.00
Tho above, with geography, English grammer,
composition, and declamation, 9.00
The above, with natural, mental and moral
philosophy, logic, rhetoric and history, 12.00
The above, with chemistry, the higher mathematics,
latin and Greek, 15,00
JAMES M. CHILES. Pres't of the TWH.
W. P. Hill, Sec'ty.
ILr The Edgefield Advertiser, Hamburg Journal
and Temperance Advocate are requested to copy.
Greenwood, July 1, 1847. 19 2t
I would refer my frien^fcand client* to John H.
Wilson Esq., with whdmx have left my wholebusiness,
and who, daring my absonce, will give all
necessary information and assistance to those who
have hitherto given, or who may hereafter be desirous
of extending to me. their patronage and encouragement
JOHN B. MOkAGNEDec.
f/ . ' ' \v
A List of Letters,
Remaining in the Post Office at Abbeville C.
H., S. C., June 30th, 1847.
Atkins, D Janus, care of Mr HaaAbrams,
Anderson, Mary Mr3 Kennedy & Patton
Anderson, W W Ktrkpalrick, Mary T
AndrrHon, J N Lee, Augustus
Boyd, Ann Mrs Lomax, VVm
Burnet, Ilalph Murray, James 2
Barrett, Henry Morrow, James Dr
Brady, Andrew Miller. J.ine Mrs 2
Buchanan, Jane Miss Morris, Joseph
Bowers, A C Martin, Freeman
Bradford, James Mcllwain, Wm
Bradley, P H Nolley, James N
Baines, Charles Nash, John
Conner,Margaret MissPettigru, Thoa Capt
Cowin, John Perdue, Macen L
Charles, Pet^r Palmer, Joseph
Campbell,'Daniel Pelot, C A
Cannon, Henry Read, J S
Coopt-r, J W Dr Roche, E
Calhoun, James E Ray, Silas
| CharlcH, Henry F Richey, Wm H
| Davis, John Robertson, Wm
Davie, Robert Redden, John
Drennap, David H Stewart, N W 3
Davis-, Jane Miss Strain, A T
Davis, Sarah Miss Stewart, Nimrod
Evans, Allen Swain, James N
Eakin, Benjamin Scaf, Charner
j Elmore, Providence Stot., Henry 2
| Ellison, Anth< ny Stevenson, E Miss
I IT* ..lr '111? T " 1 *
j.'uiiwh, 4 itu-i j oieveusun, Aiex r
Fortiscue, Thomas Slaughter, A
Fansbroolc, H Sharp, W M
Gibert, J F Scoggin, Frances Mrs
(Jibert, J A Dr FerreJl, Thos J Dr
Grice Samuel Vann, Edwardj
S Griffin, It L Vann, Emry
! Hamilton, E E Willson, Wm
Hooper, Samuel Williams, James
Harriston, White, L J
Hampton* Win Williams, Jo9epli
Hamilton, L H Whitman, J W
Johnson, Harvey W Widenmn, Francis
Jones, Sarah B Mrs Wilson, Martha W
Jennings, John T Watson, John
If the above letters are not taken out dfthis
prior to the 1st clay of October next* they will
j be sent to the General Post Office, as dead
letters. JOHN McLAREN, P. M.
| July 14 20-3\y
Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills,
Ami Tonic and Restorative Bitters.
As a proof of the popularity of these medicines*
we subjoin the following:
A. Campbell, Sumpter District, So; CaJfwrites,
ordering fresh supplies, and states that
Judge Richardson, and others of that District,
have n^de use of them for dyspepsia, liver
complaint, jaundice and general debility,- With'
John T. JSrvin, of Darlington, S. C;, thai
lie is all out of the Bitters, nml nrrfprfl a frpsh
supply?that wherever used they are approved
ofj and their popularity fast increasing.
Thomas Fletcher, Telfair co., Ga;, writes,
he is all out, in less than two months after taking
the agency, and orders a new and large
Win. B. Beaieley, Barnwell, District, S.
C., G D Collins, Anson co., N, C.i M A Santos,
Norfolk, Va., and lar?re numbers of othj
era, write for fresh supplies, informing us of
the rapid sules and incieasing popularity of
these Pills and Bitters.
As proof the efficacy of these Medicines,
read the following":
Nathan G. Cully. Johnson to'.j N. C., was
I cured of a case of the measles, followed by a
I lnnrr nrntp/?ntnil n!tn/?lr a'KiIIo on#l
I .w..^ ^tvv?"v?wv* M%?uvn VI V# II11IO uuu igvci| UJ
the use of one K">x of pills and One bdttle of
Stewart Beggs, Druggist, of A.ugusia, was
ciired of a long protracted case of the Piles,
by the use ot two bottles of bitters,
Mr , one of the Judges of Jefferson
co., Ga., was cured of dyspepsia dnd Piles, by
use of two bottles of bitters taken in connection
with th? Pills.
Col Sherwood, Tallahassee* Fla., was cured
of dyspepsia and liver complaint in four weeks
alter commencing the use of the pills and bittors.
And thPRf nrn nnlv n fniu iarilnfoil r>noaa
amori^ the many which nre daily coming to
our knowledge. To the afflicted we say,make
trial of Spencers pills and bitters before giving
up your case as incurable; Many hayd
been cured?many Others may be.
The above Medicines, Fresh and Grenuine*
are for sale by Wardlaw & Dendyj and at the
For certificates of rccdmnrtendatiori and
other information concerning the aboye Medicines,
see future advertisements* also paro*
phl^ts which may be obtained of the Agents.
July 14 20 loi
The iVotns and Accounts due Livingston &.
Gilmer, on a settlement all falling into the
hands of the subscriber; those indebted will
be required to make payment before the middle
of September next, as they will save cost,
for aftrr I lint timo T u/ill Iftilrfu nil : il>/>
- ikuiii an iu iiiu
hands of a suitable officer for collectfen.
June 30 I8-4t S.GILMER.
Land for Sale*
The subscriber has two sma!
TRACTS OF LANE* he wishea
lo dispose of; the land is situated
^^JL^^two mi Irs Bast of tfokesbury, and
joining lands bf Robert Smith. This tract
of land, consists of one hundred and seventyfive
acres mbre or less, and the other tract is
joining the same, and James, and John Cochran.
Persons wishing to purchase would do
well to come and examine for themselves,
WM. S. SMITH
July 7th. 19 4t
The! State of South Carolina,
In the Court of Common Pleas.
James Cochran v James Fish.?Attachmenii
The Plairitiff in this case haying filed his
declaration in the Clerk's office this day: And
the defendant having neither wife or attorney
known to be in this State. Ordered that faid
.defendant do plead to tho said deoferatijra
within a year and a dav from this d?t?. iftthew
wise judgment by default will be avirainted
against him T V SP1ERIN, C. C. PClerk's
Office 20th April 1847 ly 14
11 ' ii i' ii ii J. ?i i .i- lifiifc ? i tfn)\
LAW BLANKS FOR SALE THIS
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