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surmise. I have at times been three days
without anything to eat?ragged and cold.
From the Buffalo Com, Advertiser, July 12.
Outrage at Niagara Falls.?A most
disgraceful scene was enacted at Niagara
Falls on Saturday afternoon, accompanied
by violence and bloodshed. A Mr. Stephens,
of Alabama, had been stopping at
the Eagle Hotel, accompanied by his wife
and a female slave. After he had got seated
in the cars about leaving for LockDort.be
twcen twenty and thirty colored persons, as
had been previously arranged among them- |
selves, rushed to the cars and attempted to J
take by force the object of their sympathies j
?some throwing obstruction on the track
while others mounted the cars. They were
resisted by the conductor, engineer and
A general melee ensued?stones and
brickbats were freely used, by which a '
number were severely injured, when the
train finally got under way. There was a
good deal of excitement during the afternoon
but no open outbreak. In the eve- i
ning a demonstration was made by some of
the baser sort upon a building occupied by '
a number of blacks who discharged two pis- j
tols at Hie assailant without material inju- j
ry, and then made their escape. After this I
the attack upon the building was renewed !
with icdoubled fury and it was immediately !
razed to the ground. The aflair was to
undergo a legal investigation to-day.
Anecdote of Gi:n. Taylok.?The fol- i
lowing is communicated by a cnrrcspon- ;
dent of the Montgomery (Ala.) Journal,
and is one of the most touching incidents we ;
have ever met:
" The General had oecassion to visit ;
Point Isabel, afier the battle of I5uena"Vista;
and the Captain of (lie steamboat had rcser- i
ved a suite of state rooms for the General's
accommodation. There were several siclc j
and wounded volunteers on the boat, en ;
route for New Orleans, who had to take the i
- way fare incident to a crowded boat, and par- |
ticuliarly so on this occassion. (*en. Tay- j
lor soon saw all'this, and nt once ordered ;
these men to be placed in his stale rooms and
proper attention paid them. It was rather ;
a cold and rainy day when this occurred. !
The deck hands and many others on the j
boat did not know Gen. Taylor. The
wind blew high, and the firemen had raised
a.sail in front of the boilers to protect them- :
selves from ihe rain ; and under this sail ,
there were some old mattresses: here Gen. j
Taylor laid down and went to sleep. At
supper time great inquiries were made for >
the General, and servents sent oil'to look
him up. But he could not be found! At
i ? . - ; ;-.wi ^r
I&LSt fcOiilU Ollt; yuittg UCiUW iuijuav;u ui u
fireman if he had seen such and such a
man?thefireman saidno, but added, "there
is a clever old fellow asleep there, under
the sail in front of the fire!" It was Gnn. I
Taylor! Yes^ sweet indeed must be the i
sleep of such a man, who has the heart to
change places with the poor sick soldier, as
Taylor did on this occasion ;?such humanity
stands out in bold relief and greatly mitigates
the evils incident to war."
Annexation in Africa.-^A number of
the kings and head men of the country surrounding
the Maryland African colony at
CapePalmas, have voluntarily placed themselves
and their people under the jurisdiction
of the colony. The event affords a gratifying
proof of the wholesome influence
which the colonists have acquired over the
native tribes in their neighborhood.
]Vf r WpVlif^r if lito O mr?AV?
?** ? ? ? v w w* f lb i* tlO A U J.'Ul VUU ill X>U31UI1 j
had been severely gored by one of his imported
bu?'s, at Marshfield, last Saturday.
One account had it he was killed. The
report was not credited, though Mr. Flecher
Webster left Boston Sunday afternoon for
Marshfield, to be assured of the truth of the
case. Such was the interest felt in the subject
matter of the report, that more than
one hundred persons made inquiries, on
Sunday, at the residence of Mr. Fletcher
Webster, in Boston, as to the correctness of
Remaiikahle Fact.?The Hon. Edward
Bates, of Missouri, the President of the
ni.! - ?
viucago oonvenuon, said lie had neccr seen
a rail road! When he emigrated, in 1812,
to the French village of huts called St.
Louis, which has now fifty thousand inhabitants,
he was obliged to hire a guard
against hostile savages to accompany him
across the unbroken wilderness which is
now the State of Illinois, with a civilized
population ofsix hundred thousand freemen!
DiplomaticRklation with the Pope.?
It is now a matter of certainty, says the correspondent
of the N. 'Y. Herald that the
Pope has intimated his desire, though not
formally, to open diplomatic relations with
il.:. mi 1 -? ....
uns country. 1 ne cnannei through which I
the overture hns been made, is such that
it cannot be disregarded. The cabinet is
fully alive to the mutual advantages that
would result to both countries, from the
establishment of diplomatic interconrse between
them, and the President, in his next
annual message to Congress, will recommend
the appointment of a Charge d'Affairs,
alterntely near the courts of Rome and Tussany.?Bait.
The crops all over th.e country are comitig
irt; rao're thnll- average. The surplus
Wheat'irt Michigan oflhst year is 7,500,000
buahels almost enough in one Stat*, tb make
upfor?a complete failure this year; and We
presume what is true of Michigan is true
of the whole West.
v . "
, We liave no doubt (says the Bostoriian)
I of the immortality of the reply of Old Rough
and Ready, ns delivered by Crittenden to
4< General Taylor never surrenders!"
' There are periods in the world's history
when a few words falling from the lips of a
great states man or general, will become as
imperishable as Mind itself. What is hallowed
by time will never be forgotten in
eternity. Without refenng to the books
for the sayings of illustrious commanders,
we will note down a few that have occurred
to us. Cajsar made use of the following remarkable
words in a despatch, which are
characteristic of his operations as a great
captain:?Veni, Vidi, Vici!'? (/ cami,
I saw j I conquered." Oliver H. Perry, after
his glorious victory at Lake Erie, wrote to
the government?" We have met Ike enemy
m rv._ *11
c/l<cy 11/f li ULOI a . wui UUUUU J' Will nu- j
ver forget the last words of the lamented i
Lawrence?'* Don't give up the ship ? j
We believe it was before the battle of Tra- ;
falgar that Nelson telegraphed to his fleet? j
" England expects every man to do his duty!" j
When the news of Nelson's victory reached ,
England, the whole nation was in trans- i
ports, and the motto of Nelson was paraded
on every thing, even on the ladies' garters.
A friend of ours in possession of a Kotnan
coin or medal, which is of silver, commemorative
of the intrepidity of Cicsar. He is
represented as embarking in a small vessel
in the midst of a terrific storm. (Ja;>ar was
in great perplexity?the sea being covered
with Pompey's ships, and anxious of obtaining
a sufficient force from another
point to make head against the enemy, ne
ventured to do what the bravest had shrunk
from. Cutting loose from the moorings,
without regard to tempest, he discovnd himself
to the nilot and mariners, and nllavnd
their icars by exclaiming?Ci Quid times,
Cmarem porlas cl forlunam ejus /" " Why
fear, you carry Ca;sar and his fortunes!")
His heroic spirit was infused with the hearts
of the seamen, and they felt that with him
they were invincible, even against the very
elements, We recollect a similar remark
of Alexander to his captains on the passage
of the Granicus?"It is necessary for vie to
cross the river, bu t it is not necessary for me
to live." Crocket's molto was a good one,
and will ever be remembered in this country,
u Be sure you're right, then go ahead!"?
" Take, yon battereycommanded Taylor.
" Boys you must take the battery," shouted
May, and they took it. This reminds us of
an anecdote of General Wayne, "Can you
take yonder fortification?" enquired Wa
shington. "I can, by "the Lord!" "Anthony,
you know I don't like swearing," responded
Washington. l Jknow it, General,
but with or 'ic tfinut. His h.t'ln. VII Inlce. itV
was the reply of mad Anthony. It is said
that the epitaph that Sknonides wrote for
them that full at Thermopylae, was an actual
message sent by Leonidus to his countrymen
by a Scythian shepherd?" Stranger,
go and tell in Lacadajmon, that we fell here
in obedience to her laws !"
Another Requisition ox Georgia.?'
The Federal Union of the 20th inst. contains
another order of the Governor, for a
batalionof mounted men from that Stale, to
serve in the Mexican campaign.
Mr. Longworth, of Cincinnati, has discovered
a plan by which the flowering of
the Night-blooming Cereus can be retarded
so as to expand at any hourdisired through
Iron Business of Tennessee.?An official
report to the Legislature of Tennessee
set down the capital employed in the iron
business of that State as $4,100,000, and
the annual products of the same amount.
Kentucky.?-There arc at this time no
less than thirteen condidates for the Whig
nomination of Governor in this State.
Generous Act.?The Jonesboro' Tenn.
Whig states that when Gen. Worth left for
the seat of war, he mortgaged his farm and
residence for the payment of a debt of &5,000,
which he owed one of his neighbor.s
The property was about to be sold under
the mortgage, when a few whig friends opened
a subscription and paid off the debt without
Mrs. Fremont.?This lady, it appears,
who left Washington with the famous Kit
Carson, designs travelling, under his protection,
for eighteen hundred viites, to a point
whoTA fihp lino a rrronrl #/\ mon* ^.-1
...w.w UMV ??? IU muot XlUi UUdUilllU.
Here is a wife worthy of the young heroexplorer
of the Rocky Mountains.
Marriages at Lowell.?During- the
year ending in April last, there were 590
marriages at Lowell, Mass A greater
portion of the females were factory girls.
Extraordinary Escape Lightning.
?During the thunder-storm a few days
since a servant of Mr. Samuel Cochen, at
Clifton, Staten Island, was wringing out a
towel, when a flash of lightning passed under
her face and struck the towel in her
hand, which was burnt in many places,
without affecting her hands or her person
in the slightest degree.?N. Y. Express.
Longevity in Ireland.?The Erne
Packet states that there is now at Baronscout,
within seven miles of Ormah, a man
named James Taggart, who has arrived at'
the patriarchal age of 121 years. His son,
who is 99, has not' a' gray hair on' his
head.- " '
Prosperity op St. Louis.??-rfiheiVwere
ertected in the city oCSt.J^ouis, during the
year ending on the 1st ult., nine hundred
and thirty-two houses.
' - I
Asthma.?There is no complaint more
harrassing than Asthma. The Newark
Daily Advertiser, a reliable paper, pledges
itself to cure this distressing disease with the
following remedy. Take 1 1-2 oz. sulphur,
1 oz. cream-tartar, 1 oz. senna, 1-2 oz. annisseed,
pulverize, and thoroughlymix the
same, and take one tcaspoonful in about
two table spoonfuls of molasses on going to
bed, or at such time through the day as
may best suit the patient: the dose once a
day may be increased or diminishevl a little
as may best suit the bowels of the indi
Curb for Cancer.?Mr. says
he has effectually cured himself of an obstinate
cancer, " by the free use of potash
made from the ashes of red oak, boiled to
the consistence of molasses, used as a poultice,
covering the whole with a coat of tar.
Two or three applications will remove all
proturbances, after which it is only necessary
to heal the wound with common
Potatoes.?The farmers in main have
been holding back their Potatoes lor higher
prices, but the season gelling late, they are
I now crowding them on the market, and the
supply of common ones is large, and very
null 01 sale?Mo a oUc per bu. is the most
that can be obtained. Chenangoes are
worth 50 a GOc, cash. The new crop promises
well all over New England, and as
yet we hear of no appearance of rot.
Huston Daily Advertiser.
Victor Hugo has spoken in the Frcnch
Chamber in favor of a bill permitting the
l?onapartc family to return into France,
; drawn up in accordance with a petition
. from Jerome.
j Departed this life, at his residence in Abbeville
District, on Saturday, the 17th inst.,
of billious inflammatory fever, J3F-NJA,
MIN II. FULTON, eldest son of Thomas
. Fulton, in the 29th year of his age. The
\ deceased was an acceptable member of the
j Associate Reformed Church, in the com|
munion of which, he spent the last two or
, three years of his life. He has left an afi
fectionate wife and two small children, with
a large circle of friends and relatives to
mourn his loss,?[Cow.
ID3 Although I have declined attending to u
j Ware House, I still continue the Commission
i Business in this place ; and havo safe r.nd convenient
storage room for Goons to bo Received
and Fokwaiied, Cotton, Flour, Bacon, &c. &c.
j Cotton consigned to me will be stored on the
I most advantageous terms, or sold on arrival, as
i may be directed.
j Consignments of Cotton and other Produce, of
i tvt*- i? e? -i- i ?> "
ifftbuviia^moc, iu uu iui wuruuu, una UROERS lor
the purchase of Goods respectfully solicited.
J. F. GRIFFIN.
Hamburg, July 21,1847. 21-3m
The Edgefield Advertiser will please copy.
. 1 . " !>
HAMBURG, JULY 22.
Cotton.?The effects of the foreign news on our
market has not yet been developed. Wo therefore
Flour.?Sales of new are making at $4 50 to
Corn.?We notice sales from wagons yesterday
at 50c. cash.?[Journal.
CHARLESTON, JULY 24.
Cotton.?Wo quote as extremes, 10 to 12 1-2
cents per lb.
\u:u i ?u ? At._ toii. -/ ? ?
vt 111 uu BUIU, UII z-riuuy, lilt! iOUI OI iYllgllSl next,
at the lato residence of Theodore J. Baker, dec'd.,
several likely Negroes, Mules, Cows, Ilogs,Plantation
tools, Household and Kitchen Furniture, &c.
A crodit of fiftoen months will be given.
JOHN DAVI$, Administrator.
July 28, 1847. 22-2t
The subscriber respectfully informs the Planter^
Abbeville District, that he has arrived hero fortlta
purpose of selling Boillllier's UIctllO<l 6f'
making manure, in b short time, and to
savo the soil. The subscriber offers to go to any
plantation, and will instruct tho overseer, driver, or
any other hands on tho place. lie can show numerous
certificates from various agricultural associations,
and from distinguished planters of this
| State. CHAsJ. BAEH, Gen'l. Ag't.
N. B.?Planters wishing to purchase the method,
I and wish to huvo tho assistance of the Agent for
making tho first heap, can leave or send their
names to this oflrco. O. B.
Estate Sale, (in part.)
Will be sold, on Tuesday, July 27th, (instant,) at
tho late residcnco of Mr. Geo. Ilolloway, decoased,
a quantity of
Household and Ritchcn Furniture,
a horse, farming implements, buggy and harness,
an almost new saddle, a lot of lumber, &c. &c., 1
dozen chairs, 1 sofa, 1 rocking chair, 1 side-board,
1 dressing bureau, arc of the latest stylo and richest
materials; tho beds and bedding aro valuable.
l erins maue Known on day oi sale.
H. A. C. WALKER,
E. II. CALIIOUN, Ex'ors.
July 21, 1847. 21 -2w
1 . For Sale.
Tho subscriber offers for sale his PLANTATION
and MILLS, situated on Rocky River, four miles
above Louudesvillc, in one of tho healthiest sections
of Abbevillo District. Tho Plantation, containing
about 460 acres,, is in good repair, most of
it strong, productive land. Tho mills are a Corn,
Wheat and Saw; Mill, all in successful operation.
The water power is "riot surpassed by any in the
surrounding country, being sufficient for all manufacturing
purposes, and possessing the rtfte advantage
of not being'materially effected b^ either high
or 16# water. All w*fio may wish to make such a
purchase, are requested to call and -exartiine for
themselves. JAMES L. LESLY.
July 14 " 20-tf
rn mwM ' n i iim mi inmiiwi 1
I lead Quarters.
LIMESTONE SPRINGS, )
July 1, 1847. ]
Order No. ?
The following Regiments will parade for
Review and Drill, at the limes and places
as follows, viz:
The JiUtli Regiment of Infantry, near
Ruff's Mountain, on Tuesday, the lOih of
The 38th Regiment of Infantry, at Keller's,
on Thursday, the 12th of August.
TllC l()th Itiwrimm it. nC (\w.\\r\? :i t ATm*.
? ... 0 "" J ' ""
I tin s, on Saturday, the 14th of August.
The 10th Regiment of Infantry, at Boyd's
on Tuesday, the 17th of August.
The 41st Regiment of Infantry, at Park's
Old Field, on Thursday, the 19th of August.
The 45th Regiment of Infantry, at the
Burnt Factory, on Saturday, the 21st of
i The 9th Regiment of Cavalry, near the
Glenn Springs, on Tuesday, the 24th of
The 3Gih Regiment ol Infantry, at Timmous'
Old Field, on Tuesday, the iiist ol
The 1st Regiment of infantry,' at Button's,
on Thursday, the 2nd of September
The 3d Regiment of Infantry, at. Toney'.s
i Old Store, on Saturday, the 4th of September.
The 1st Regiment of Cavalry, at l'ickensville,
on Tuesday, the 7th of September.
The 5th Regiment of Infantry, at Hunter's,
on Thursday, the 9ih of September.
The 2d Regiment of Infantry, at Hall's,
on Saturday, the llth of September.
The 42d Regiment of Infantry, at Minion's,
on Tuesday, the l lth of September.
The 4th Regiment of Infantry, at Varennes,
on Thursday, the 16th of September.
rrv.^ n?K T>??: * T..c? i ? ? * T _
jl iiv> uui lic^iuiuin ui xinuiiLi'^y, m J_jOmax's,
on Saturday, the 18th of September.
The Bill Regiment of Infantry, at any
place the the Brigadier General may select,
and report to this Department the point selected,
on Tuesday, the 21st of September.
The 2d Regiment of Cavalry, at Longmire's
on Thursday, the 23d of September.
The yth Regiment of I r? fan cry, nt Low's,
on Saturday, the 25th of September.
The 7th Regiment of Infantry, at the
Old Weiis, on Tuesday, the 28th of September.
The 10th Regiment of Infantry, at Richardson's
on Thursday, the 30th of Scptem
The Commissioned and Non-Commissioued
Officers will assemble at their respective
parade grounds on the day previous
to revifiw, for drill and instruction.
The Major Generals will, with their staff,
attend the reviews, in their divisions, and
the Brigadier Generals will, with their staff,
attend in their respective Brigades, and are
charged with the extension of this order.
- By order of the Commander-in-Chief.
J. W. CANTEY,
Adj't. and Insp'r. General.
July 28 " 22?lOt
Whereas, Jesse W. Norris, of Anderson District,
has applied to me to grant him letters of administration
on the estate of Mary Barmoro, deceased:
These are, therefore, to cite the kindred and creditors
of tho said deceased to appear before me in
the Court of Ordinary, to bo held for Abbeville
District, at Abbeville C. H., on Friday, the 13th
of August next, to shew cause why said administration
should not bo granted.
Givon under my hand and seal, this 20th July,
1847. D. LESLY, Ordinary.
I gsafely 21 21-3w
* ; Ljand for Sale*
gg?y Th? subscriber having deferTmined
to remove VVeit. offers, for
sale his TRACT of LAND on which ho resides.
There is betWeeii 6 and 900 acres, between
5 and 000 cleared and in excellent repair. On the
plantation is two excellent settlements?.TWO
pood TWO-STORY HOUSES at oach place?
Gin houses, screw, and evory necessary out-building.
The plantation lies in two and a half miles of
a good landing on Savannah river. It is presumed
no one would purchase without examination, as
such further description is unnocassarv?a bargain
Will bo givon. ROBERT E. BELCHER.
May 12. 11 tf
Sherod H. Smith tolls before
L me the subscribing magistrate,
OL_adarlc bay or brown horse, right
fore foot white up to the fetlock, a small blaze
in the face, a Roman nose,' fifieen hands and
two inches high, and appraised at tliirty dollars
supposed to be twelve years old, no other
marks visible. Appraised by Jacob Hill,
Saml. Hill, and Snml. D. Spued*
A,.*'. WIMBISH, Magistrate.
July 7. 19 3m.
The subscribers have this day mado an assignment
of all their cffocts to Mr. Jas. C. Sproull, who is duly
authorized'to collect aU debts due the concern.
. . PEARSON fit SMITH.
Hamburg, July 3, 1847.
(nr In my absence, Messrs. JefTers &. Cothraii
are duly authorized to receive any debts due Pearson
Smith. JAS. C. SPROULL.;
July 14 20-2w
LAW BLANKS FORAT* 'l'HlS
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' > ' * * ?* '.I A ' ; ? J-i*' , iva ;' 'rK.ljL
.; - \jj^WVV Wi
t?rw^wwiu ijiwawM?n?tJMtumj?l?KW.?Jt?j irgjyjrtn
Valuable Property for Sale.
or. Will be sold, on Sale Day in
i frii|H& October next, at public out cry,
1 ij^nktflqs'nuesK previously disposed 01, tnc
JBJBsSSl BUILDING, on tho main-street. in tho
lower part of this village, formerly owned by John
Wilson, dee'd. This building is two stories high am!
in good repair, with tho necessary out buildings,
and a fino well of wator upon the lot. The lot contains
about iivo acres.
For further information, and tho terms, persons
wishing to purcaso will apply to Dr. I. Branch or
A. J. Weems.
Abbeville C. It, July 21 21-1 lw
House and Lot for Sale.
[ r. ra Tho undersigned intending to
j move West this fall,oilers for sale
liaShis HOUSE and LOT, situated in tho
' dISSffiiSivillago of Due West Corner, on which
' is a large and coinfortablo Two-story Dwelling,
, with a number of separate rooms intended for
boarding. 1 will also sell a large portion.' of the fur- .
j ?iiltire to the purchaser, if desired.
Also?all persons indebted to the late lirm of E.
| &J. W . Agnew, by note or open account, arc rc
quested to settle (he sumo against tho lath of September
next, as I am desirous to close up my business
before I leave. JAS. W. AtiNEW.
Due West Corner, July 14 20-tf
Valuable J/ands lor Sale.
Will be sold, at Abbeville C. II., on Sale Day iu
September next, in two separate tiacts, that part
of the Real Estate of the late Thomas W Williams,
dee'd., si'uato on tho waters of Rocky river, near
Loundcsville, Abbeville District, each tract consisting
of about, eight or nine hundred acres, the plots
j and surveys of which will be exhibited on the day
A credit of one and two years will be given,with
interest from day of sale.
Purchasers will be required to give bond and approved
Possession v. ill be given at tho close of the present
year. MAT. J. WILLIAMS, Ex'or.
| July 14 i2(J-ttt
! All persons indebted to flir? nC tp
| ('liilti, late of Al?!s ville District, deceased, arc rcj
quested to make nay incut; and those to whom tho
j estate is indebted to present their demands, properly
attested, for payment.
"PATRICK II. ED DINS.,
Adm'r. with Will annexed.
Jnlv 14, 1847. 20-4 w
The State of South Carolina,
Asbury R. Itfimey, Adm'r., v. Mary Don'ald,
ct al.? Bill lo Marshall Asscls, c^c.
By order of the Court of Equity, the Commissioner
appoints the. first Monday in October next, within
which timo the creditors of tho estate of John A.
Donald, deceased, arc required by said order to cs
tablish their demands against said estate.
H. A;'JONES, c. e.
Commissioner's Office, July 7, 1837. 20-13t
Notice^;: ^ %
I would refer my friends and'cliotttfl; tS^JoWiil. Tjjf;
Wilson Esq., with whom I Jkafrre irtft-my ..whole busincss,
and uhc, during my, a?>ftonce^ v^riil give all >.
liavo hitherto given,jor wlioniay Ijbe^alfer bo desirous
of extending to mo their .jjfjftfainago and encouragement.
J OHjsf; o.Mo R A,CrN~E.
l)cu. 30, l!)4u. '' ^
T-.- ~ *
The Co-Partnership heretofore-.existing between >"
the subscribers has this day Been^Ji^yolyed by mutual
consent. JOSEPHpOSAtoON. .. -; <
. v. ..sas^SS^JSfe T y
Male and Feniale^>4^i^^^i!^^^:; III
Greenwood, Abbeffile JjattftV-. *?
(under the "control of
Tlio Board of Trustees would take this opportunity
to express their high gratification at the* success
with which their elKorls have met in endeavoring to
establish the above school. Having labored uuder
much inconvenience the past session for want of
comfortable buildings in which to accoinmodato the
TndriiMtnrfl ;inrl fKnir T-ktiT*ilo liotr nra li<>r?n*f !?
Uivyj U1W 1X1 U07
ing able now to announce to the former patrons of
tbcir school, anil to the public generally that tho
large and commodious building, situatdd in a convenient
part of tho village and on a mast delightful
spot, which they have erected, is ready for the occupancy
of the Femalo school, tho past session having
closed in it. Tho Male school will also be conducted
in a convenient and comfortable house plea- !: T'l
santly situated. The board would avail themselves
of the present opportunity of returning their most
cordial thanks to the friends who havo so liberally fjffiSilSBfcgi
patronised them, and solicit a continuance of thpir
patronage: At the same time, with groat pleasure, ;:JZ
repeating, what they havo on a former occasion '
announced, viz : thoro entire confidence in thehigh
moral-character and literary qualifications of the
several Instructors in both department of these!
The- 2nd sosaion will commence on tho 26th
instant, and from the number of pupil tho past sesstoi)5^(40jln.tlM?
I-'cmale and 26 in the Male departmnnl
S nnrf (Wltn Mmtiiiin of ntln>rs. Itin Unnw)
tion, the Board would respectfully 1coinmniu1nmMi?ZjHuKK^
to the favorable notice oi' all-friends of Female education
and bespeak for tjteih that liberal share of
public patronage, which thoy so justly merit. Ha-. '<?
ving-determined also to employ every year iti the
male department, an Instructor in every respect,
worthy of public-confidence, (as has bccn'their good
i or tune the present year in the person of Mr, \V. L.
Harris,) thoy fool confident that the'schools under . '
their control will prosper being established upon a
Good board can bo obtained at $8 per month.
- Terms of Tuition, in the Male departwient)
per session of five months.
Orthography, reading,writing and arithmoticj $6,00 '
Tho.ubove, with gcogiaphy, English gram- -' a
mcr, composition, and declamation. n.ftft v ?
The above, with natural, mental und moral v
philosophy, logic, rhetoric and history, 12X10 :
The above, with chemistry, the-lygher mathematics,
latin and Greek, 15,Q0 y
Contingencies, 50 yoraSH
JAMES M. CHILES, IWt of the Board. W
W. P. Hilx., Sec'ty. " " ' -M
B^TheJEdgefield Advertiser, Hamburg Journal
and Temperance Advocato are requested to'cppy.
Greenwood, July 1, 1847.; 1.9 J*
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