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ARRIVAL. OP TllE
Iftyas understood that the Queen would
in jf-rson announce the closc of this seven
yefs Parliament on Thursday, (July 22d,)
aftt which the Queen and Prince Albeit
vl\ pass some time in Scotland.
The King of the Belgians, it is confidentO
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} stated, contemplates the abdication of his
irown on account of his increasing ill .Ilea 1th.
This subject has formed his principal errand
to England, and now to Louis Phillipe, at
whose instance King Leopold consents to
/' retain the nominal title for twelve months,
/ until a regency can be arranged, in behalf
i of his son.
I The King of Sweden has created M. M.
Schonbein and Bottigciy the inventors of
gun cotton, Knights of the Order of Vasa.
The Angsburgh Gazette say that there
i? no truth in the statement of the probability
of an early conclusion of a treaty of
commerce between the United States and
The Cork Examiner, of Monday, an'
nounccs the arrival of seventy-four corn laden
vessels, containing about 23,35.0 tons
of food,"during the week.
nil _ I ^ . i 1
ine personal properly 01 me laie :vir.
O'Conn"1! fcns been sworn under ?25,000.
" He has left ? 1,000 to Mr. Ray, Secretary
of the Repeal Association.
At the; op'eaThg of the Swiss Diet at
Berne, on the 5th inst., he President, Colo/
. elUlriek Ochsenbein, urged the reform of
thv>.federal compact, so as to give a more
solid general confederation, a proposal hostile
to the defensive union recently agreed
on between the seven cantons where the
Roman Catholic religion predominates, and
and where the Jesuits have settled establishments.
The health of the Emperor of Russia
continues unsettled. lie had just matured
a great strategic project for the construction
of a vast line of rail.ways to unite the three
^ nnitn Ic nf W:irM w Mncinm mw
burg. The country being flat, it is estimated
that the, whole many be completed at
100,000 francs the English mile.
The Turkish government have yielded
to the claims of Fiance the sum of 100,000
piasters. The emissaries of the French
government have been very active in the
^ elections, which have just terminated in
Greece. A large majority has been secured
in favor of M. Colletti's administration.
* - ; IRELAND.
The late Liberator's son, Daniel, has
signified his intention of retiring into private
life from the representation of'Dundalk.
The Roman Catholic Bishoo of Ardnorli
t o ?
has addressed a letters to a Dublin paper,
stating that the Pope has forwarded a sum
of ?o0 for the relief of the poor in his diocese.
The Corlc Constitution notices a rumor
that in Skibbereen .?2,000 of the relief fund
remained unaccounted for, and that an inquiryjs
ordered by government.
The Limerick Examiner says, '( We
have been told that in a certain country in
Cannaught JC10,00C of the relief funds remained
Duplin, July 17.?The green crops, so extensively
sown, arc in a most flourishing
state. With regard to potatoes the accounts
arc not at all favorable. Whilst the
general crop is still unaffected, there are
further well authenticated statements of the
existence of a disease similar to that of the
two preceding years, and occurring in variousparts
of the country about the same
vi The Corlc Examiner, which devotes
much attention to this subject, contains the
following resume of the intelligence from
that country : .
" We have received accounts from all
. parts of this country, as well as from other
countries, and from various gentlemen;
and we can assert that the general state of
- the crop is that of the greatest promise ancj
luxuriance. It is true that in some places,
somo few ridges or beds have beeq blasted,
that is, the leave and stalks have been
fiYirivollo/1 fin nnrl ' Knf Una
w?4? a ? v?*up uauvnvuvu j vub kuio IIUO
been attributed, by experienced farmers, to
. Intensely hot sun in the day time, and cold
. dews at night.; as well as to certain elec
trie agencies natural to the atmosphere at
j this particlar season of tho year. But of
tfce disease, we are enabled to state that in
^y'/r; / very few instances has it made it appear\
,.^'iance; and where it has appeared, it is con/
firW/.o spots high up on the italic; a mat.
.itlle consequence jo the early planted
potato, for the potato Vill be fully ripe befpre
the disease can reach the tubfcr. Ti
ail cases, whether of blast or disease, the
potato, when dug now, is found to be healthy
and large. We, have asserted that the ge-.
: xieral condition ot loo crop is promising in
Tiie London Peace Society have addressed
a communication to President'Polk,
and another to,Santa Anna, entreating them
to bring to an' immediate close the present
war. Also to the Prime Minister of England,
the.King of France, the Emperor of
^ /Russia, soliciting their friendly influence
for the same result.
??r < *11*1 _*rre~^
Sufferings of California Emigrants.
?Horrible Story.?Tho St. Louis Republican
in noticing the arrival in California, of
m the emigrants from Missouri, under Colonel
A Vinnt lift 24th nf Pf'lll'llnrtt dun wninnn
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j and two men arrived at Captain Johnson's,
! the first house of the California settlement,
entirely naked, and their feet frost bitten.?
They stated that their company had arrived
at Turky's Lake, on the east side of the
mountains, and found the snow so deep that
they could not travel. Fearing starvation,
j sixteen of the strongest, (eleven males and
| five females,) agreed to start for the settle
ment on foot. After wandering about a
number of days, bewildered, their provisions
gave out. Long hunger made it necessary
to cast lots to see who should be sacrificed,
to make food for the rest, but at this time
the weaker began to die, which rendered
the taking of life unnecessary. As they
died, the company went into camp and made
meat of the dead bodies of their companions.
Nin 3ofthe men died and several were eaten.
! Onn nf tlin tYipri wnc In Tnlincnn'c
j on the back of an Indian. From this state|
ment, it would seem that the women eni
dured hardships bptter than the men, as
, none of them diod. The company left be;
hind numbered GO souls, ten of them men,
j the rest women and children. They were
! in camp about 100 miles from Johnson's,
j Revolting as it may seem, it is stated that,
j one of the women was abliged to ent part of
i the dead body of her father and brother, and
| another saw her husband's heart cooked !
Tun Purchase of "Cun.v.?The New
: York Sun again alludes to this subject, anil
| We wish it distinctly understood that in
i our advocacy of the purchase of Cuba, we
do it with the best feeling toward the Spa,
nish Governnient, between which and the
United States there has ever been the most
friendly understanding. We have proposed
j the purchase from a sinccre conviction that
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10 Willing IU jiai L M ILll VjUUH IU1 i I 1UII
consideration and from a personalknowledge
; that the purchase and aunexation of that
I Island by the United Sta'.es, are earnestly
desired by the great mass of its inhabitants,
j We would purchase it as we did Louisiana,
with only this difference?the purchase
money is not asked from the National Troa:
sur}-, but lies ready in the hands of the Cubans
the moment the bargain is made.
We believe Spain is anxious to sell, for the
disaffection of the Islanders to their present
masters is every day increasing, and promises
eventually to end in a revolution which
must dispossess Spain of the Island unless
she wisely disposes of it while there is a
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uutunc. i n? \_/Uu;iiis arts ueiernnneu on
freedom, either by purchase or force."
Vicksburg. (Mi.) July 27.
Army Worm.?Our friend, Mr. Edmond
i Whaley, showed us yesterday a specimen
| of a reptile which has made its appearance
in the cotton, and is committing alarming
ravages. It wa? sent by one of his correspondents
from Madison county, and he
writes that it is there in some parts sweeping
everv ffreen thino*. bolls, leaves and
t? 1/ CJ O /
buds from the fields.
The worm showed us was not the army
worm of last season, and is not a catter pillar?or
at least does not hang by a web
when shaken off the leaf, as catterpillars do.
It seems a genuine cut-worm, of some of
the grasshopper tribe, though to first view,
it very much resembles the army worm.
Whether army worm or not however, it
eats cotton, as we had occulai demonstration,
and if it comes in any numbers will
perhaps do as much' damage by one name
as another. The destruction will be immense
if-this early and in the state the recent
rains have left the cotton plant, its
great enemy now, appears upon it.?Scntinel.
A New State.?Somo of the citizens of
Brooklyn, which has a population of nearly
70,000"inhabitants", are in favor of making
Long Island a State, with their city at the
Trade with China.?A house in New
York has just purchased $200,000 worth of
cotton drills from the manufacturers in
Massachusetts,to send out by the Sea Witch,
which is to sail again in a few days for
Great Snake.?The Clermont county,
Ohio, people are . draining a mill pond on
the east fork of the Littkv Miami, for the
- purpose of getting at a monstrous snake,
some 25 or 30 feet nf whnsA Ip.noih has bann
seen/by six or seven persons.
Sbasonble Hint.?A New Errgland
journal suggests to clergymen the propriety
of short sermons in hot weather.
TnE Pittsburg Gazatte mentions a hard
case?that of a lady who recently came
from the old world, in search of her husband,
and found him in this country married to
Lead.?We see it stated that there is an
amount oflead now lying on the wharves at
Galena Illinois, to the va|ue of twelve
million* of dollars. \ f
Some idflft may be imagined of our Western
Grain, when an Oswego paper states
there is building at that place & warehouse
to contain 300.000 bushels of grain, 6r over
100,000 l&hrels of flour.
" Singular Fact.?The wallers of Lake
Superior and the upper la keg, generally,
are decreasing, whilst Lake Ontario is on
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DieiJ, on the 13th of May last, in the |
Hospital at Vera Cruz, Mexico, in the 19th j
I year of his age, JAMES LEONARD ;
j WATSON, of company E. Palmetto Re
It is with sorrow, moderated, we trust }
with submission to the sovereign will of j
Him who gave, and hnth taken away, that j
we record the death of one who was young '
?talented?liberally endowed with those j
gifts which would recommend him as a j
! man and a Christian,?which would endear j
I him as a companion and a friend. But es- ;
J pecially is it a mournful task, when with
, ^ uuiu iiicic is (idsucuucu wuiu an: ruiiiiuuiui. I
: ing in the qualities of mind?ennobling in
l the virtues of the heart. InJeed, it is with
reluctance, we can even realize the fact, i
that Death has removed him lVom us,?that
we are debarred the privilege of inter- j
course with him?that our reciprocal in- j
terchanges of thought and feeling are for- j
ever at an end. We could have Avished i
that the sun of his existence, which arose I
with promise, had attained its noon of bril- ;
nancy?113 gradual decline, and at last Have
set where around it were gathered the
clouds of the evening in all their gorgeousness
and glory. We lament, but may r\ot j
murmur at this dispensation of Providence, !
which has taken from us, one, whose life j
was of the strictest propriety, one, so ad mi- .
i rably qualified to exert an influence for j
good, one, who was so widely, so deservedly j
esteemed. Never was the tyrant mossen- 1
ger, Death, more insatiate,?more tmcoin- I
promising?nothing short of such a mind !
would satisfy?no sacrifice but of such an j
age, acceptable,?no spirit, but one so gen- i
tie, could appease the King of terrors.? '
| Such an one has left us, and we can but re- j
momhfr nrul niniirn. ff.nm !
[EJ'iYoliee.?As I will be absent from th^r'
Village for the space of two months, thopo whfc
have work in my shop, can get it by applying to
H. A. Jones, Esq. E. S. BAILEY". '
Abbeville C. II., Aug 11 24 tf
(Eir Although I have declined attending to a
Ware House, I still continue tho Commission ;
Business in this place ; and have safe md convenient
storage room for Goons to be Received :
j and Forwared, Cottox, Fr.ouR, Bacon, &c. ?vc. |
| Cotton consigned to inc will bo stored on the j
I most advantageous terms, or sold on arrival, as
j may bo directed.
Consignments of Cotton and other Produce, of |
j Merchandise to bo forwarded, and Ordkrs for
j the purchaso of Goods respectfully solicited.
J. F. GRIFFIN.
Hamburg, July 21, 1847. 21-3m
j The Edgefield Advertiser will pleaso copy.
HAMBURG, AUGUST 7.
Cotton.?We have had two arrivals from Eu|
ropo sinco our last issue?the Washington and tho
i Hibernia?neither of which bring any material
change in the price of cotton. Wo thoreforo couj
tinue our quotations of last week, say from 10 1-2
j to 11 3-4.
CHARLESTON, AUGUST 7.
Cotton.?We quote as extremes, 10 1-2 to 13
conts per lb. i
1 fifi OZS- QUININE for sale low
1UU . COTHRAN & STEPHENS,
Aug 11 24 4\v Abbeville Dis.
WHOLESALE BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS,
No. 30 North Fourth Street,
Hnve for the supply of Booksellers, Country
Merchants and others, a large and complete
assortment of BOOKS. STATIONERY.
and FANCY ARTICLES,
H, & T. are the publishers of School and
Standard Books, Manufacturers of. Blank
Books and most of the articles of American
^Stationery ; and keeping also a handsome assortment
of FOREIGN FANCY STA>
TIONERY, they are enabled to offer extra~
ordinary inducements to purchasers, in the
prices, variety, and extent of their 6tock.
Having recently become the Commission
Agents of some of the most extensive Paper
A/Tot.- * ? -
ivxutitsru, uiey can oner 10 wnoienaie or reian
dealers and to printers and binders, LETTER,
CAP, LEDGER, WRITING and
PRINTING PAPERS, at very low prices,
They will also keep constantly on hand a
stock of WALL, WINDOW, & SCREEN
PAPERS, of tKe most beautiful patterns and
brilliant colours, at manufacturers' prices.
BLANK BOOKS of their own superior
make, are always kept in quantities to supply
orders, or made up to such particular patterns
as may be required.
MERCHANTS' SHOW-BILLS, or Ad.
vertising Cards for New Goods.?-H. & T.
have been printing these Showbills for the
last year or two for their customers in a very
beautiful Btyle, but for the approaching: season
they have had some New and. Elegant
Designs engraved, which will make a more
showy and attractive advertising sheet than
has before been printed, and they particularly
invite ..the attention of merchants to this article,
which will be furnished ut a very moderate
price. ... '
Desirous of retaining their old customers,
and of adding as many' dew ones as possible
to their list* W. & T. will endeavor always to
nave such a stock of articles in their line as
is to be found io any other establ^hraent, and
their prices will be found to range 14 low as
any other bouse, tbey hope, therefore, the ?ui?
vantages which they can offer will induce alf
dealers in these articles to call at NO. 30
NORTH FOURTH STREET, whenever
thejf visit Phjiidelphia,
Augqstli 24 U
Win. Ketcham & Co.
Have retrieved their stock of Dry Goods to
the store under the American Hotel, (late
Hubbard's where it is their purpose to keep
a full assortment of
American, French ami English
>ve woiuu iaKC mis opportunity lo reiurn our
thanks to our numerous friends for the very j
liherul patronage bestowed on ns lor the Inst [
six years, and would solicit a continuance of \
We wotdd also invite nil persons buying
Dry Goods in Hamburg1, who are not already
on our list of customers, to give us a trial.
Our slock will consist of a much larger and j
more general assortment than we have here- !
tofore kept. We will ah o continue to keep i
our usual assortment of CARPKTTING,
OIL CLOTII, F L O O 11 MATTIN G,
BONNETS, and Lndies' and (Jhildrens'
N. B.?Just received n full assortment of
all numbers of D U T C H B O L TING
CLOTHS, which, together with all articles
in our line, will be sold as low ns they can be
procured in Hamburg or Augusta,
VVM. 'KETCHAM & CO.
Hamburg, Aug II 24 tf
To The Public.
The undersigned WQuld respe ctfully announce
to Travellers and persons visiting Hamburg,
that he has taken for a term of years, the HO.
TEL, long known as HUBBARD'S AME.
RICAN HOTEL, which it is his purpose to
keep as such a House should be kepr, and will
only promise to an who lavor mm witn a call,
that he will do all in his power to please; and
where ns much Comfort and Q,uiet may be
expected a3 can bo found at any Public House.
i\ careful and attentive Hostler will be
kept constantly in the Stable, and Horses
shall be attended to in a way that shall give
A liberal patronage is respectfully solicited.
VVM. KETCH AM.
Hamburg, Aug II 24tf
The undersigned returns her most grateful
i i i r ? t i;t 1 i
acKno vieugmema ior me nuerui puironugu
long bestowed upon her, and takes great pleasure
in recommending to her friends and for-?
mer patrons,_ Mr. WM. KETCHAM^ in
whose management of the House she has the
utniost confidence, and would soKcit for him a
continuance of their favors. . &,=. /
: ? 1 ^~ r77.-- . ? <>
House and, T<5r Sale.
jb The untlersignetl intending to
move West this fall, oflers for sale
n k irriiTCT? n..,i TYYP *i.?
[I S I Un! iiwuoiLi uiiu juv i , ouuaiuu in uir
SSHbSSvillage of Duo West Corner, 011 which
is a largo and comfortablo Two-story Dwelling,
with a number of separate rooms intended for
boarding. I will also sell a large portion of the furnituro
to the purchaser, if desired.
Also?all persons indebted to the late firm of E.
& J. V/. Aguew, by note or open account, are requested
to settle the sumo against the 15th of September
next, as I am desirous to close up my business
before I leave, JAS. W. AGNEVV.
Duo West Cornor, July 14 20-tf
AT/~kfir? ia nhoonf
1 tw UUOV/11 l> J AV1A o WVy
All persona having demands, or owing', the
Estate of Samuel Foster, senior, deceased,
will present them by the first Monday in No??
vember next, at which time the estate will be
; eetiJed'and closed in the Ordinar'y Office, at
Abbeville C. H., at which time and place the
heirs will apply for their shares of the eHlate.
E. DAVIS, Ex'or.
August 4, 1847 23 3m
Tho subscriber offers for Balo liis PLANTATION
and MILLiS, situated on Rocky River, four miles
abovo Loundesville, iji ouo of the healthiest sections
of Abbovill? District. Tho Plantation, containing
about 460 acres, is in rood repair, most of
it strong, productivo land. Tlio mills aro a Corn,
Wheat and Saw Mill, all in succossful operation.
Tho water power is not surpassed by any in the
surrounding country, being sufficient for all manufacturing
purposes, and possessing tho raro advantage
of not being materially affected by oither high
or low water. All who may wish to mako such a
purchase, aro requested to call and examine for
tnemsoives. jaiviujO u.
July 14 ^ 20-tf
Valuable Lands for Sale.
Will bo sold, at Abbeville C. H., on Sale Day in
September next, in two separate tracts, that part
of the Real Estate of tho late Thomas W Williams,
dee'd., situate on tho waters of Rocky river, near
Loundesville, Abbeville District, each tract consisting
of about eight or nine-hundred acres, tho plots
and surveys of which will bo exhibited on tho day
A credit of one and two years will bo given,with
interest from day of sale. .
Purchasers will bo renuired to iriun hmwl nnrl an.
proved personal security.
Possession will bo given at tho close of tho present
year. MAT. J. WILLIAMS, Ex'or. .
July 14 20-8t
$10 Reward !
Stolen from the subscriber on the night of the 25th
July, a horso MULE, 4 years old, of middle size.
No particular mark recollected, except a lump on
tho paster joint of his fore foot. I will give the
above reward for his delivery, or thankful for any
information diroctcd to Lebanon P. O., Abbeville
Dis. L. J. JOHNSON.
Aug 4 23 It
the Jail of ibis District on the 2d instant, a negro
man who says his name is GEORGE, and that
he belongs to James Steele, of Anderoon Pis.
George is about 5 feet 3 inches high, yellow complexion,
spare made, and weighs about 135 lbs.
The owner is requested to come forward, prove
his property, pay charges and take him away.
TIMOTHY STEPHENS, Jailor.
August 4 23tf
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The State of South Carolina,
ABBEVILLE DISTRICT. n
T at n/\?Trm* t
iXV J]UW.UIJL X.
Asbury R. Ramey, Adm'r., v. Mary Don.
aid, et aL?Bill to Marshall Assets, $
By order of the 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 r^uired.by'said ordejr ta-jNt^'
tablish. their demands agauist said estate, v
. ' ' P...'*
Land for Sale.
subscriber, desirous of emigroWest,
offers foi' sale his tract
of LAND, situate in Abbevillo Dis.
1 Vienna road, 6 miles from
Liberty Hill, containing 487 acres, 250 ot
which (is clcared and in cultivation. The
place is well improved with all necessary buil- * ^
dings ; also a Gin and Screw,
Those wishing to buy, will do well to call ^
and yiew the premises, ns a bargain will be
given. For further particulars, call on th<w^
subscriber livinor on the place.
VVYATT C. HOLMES. '
The Mdgefiold Advertiser will copy and
forward account to Liberty Hill.
Aug II ^ 24 4w
John Gray tolls before me a bay
^ JWi Mare, some white in her face,
f( & HP low in flesh, about 14 1-2 hands
nnd supposed to be between 15 and 20 years
old, has a mule colt about 3 weeks old. Appraised
at twenty dollars.
W. P. NOBLE, Magistrate.
August 4 23dm
AH persons indebted to tha estato of Saruh E.
Child, lato of Abbovillo District, dcconsed, aro requested
to mako payinont; and thoso to whom the
estate is indebted to present their demands, properly
attested, for pay ent.
I TT?ICK H. EDDINS,
'r. with Will annexed.
July 14, 1847. , 20-4w
NOITCEI xN EQUTTT;
Lands for Sale. \ ,
The State of South Carolina.
ABBEVILLE DISTRICT. > ' i-,
Susannah Brooks, v. W. H. Brooks, and
Rv nrilpr nf thi> f^nnrt nf T?nniln 1 ...ill ?'
? J ? - ? - W. ?..w -w VV.E vr? J JVJUJUJT | 1 tv ill OCI J| at
Abbeville Court House, on Sale Day in Sep-*1'
tcmber next :
FIRST?The John A. Calhoun Tracts
situate in Abbeville District, on Calhoun's
creek, containing 335 acres, more or less,
bounded by lands ot A J Clinkscales, John L
Boyd and others.
SECOND?The 'William Henry Calhoun
Tract, situate in Abbeville District, on
Calhoun's creek, containing 139 acres, more
or less, bounded by lands of John L Boyd and
mnn irr? av **' - ^ * """""
jl junius?u/l a credit of Une and Tvco
years, except as to the costs, which are to be
paid in cash. Purchasers will be required to
give bonds, with good security, in penalties
double the amount of the purchase money,and
pay for titles. H. A. JONES, c. e. a. d.
Commissioner's Office, July 28, 1847 23 5t
The State of South Carolina. J
ABBEVILLE DISTRICT. 1
John Gray, v. Margaret Burton, and others.
I ?Bill for Partition. "$j
i By order oI the Court of Equity. 1 will sell, at ?
i Abbeville Court House, on Sale Day in Sep|
tembcr r.cxt, the land mentioned in the Bill
\ as the <iBrick House Tract," situate in Ab- '?
beville District, on Long Cane creek, containI
ing four hundred and seventy-two acres and }flm
: three quarters, more or less?the boundaries
! of which will be given on the day of sale?on
j a credit of one and two years, except as to tha
costs, which are to be paid in cash.
purchaser to give bond, with good .surety, in .,_V-..:Vv$
a penalty double the purchase money, and^V^^
pay for title. H. A. JONES, c. E. a. d.
Commissioner's Office, July 28,1847 23 6$p?' .;f, ^
The State of South Carolina^ #
ABBEVILLE DISTRICT, '
In Equity. ^ ^$?1
A linildil? C\ r!n&r an/1 'I'knmnti T nnfn.
AA.Mgt4Ut.uw v/ WWAV* uiiu A UVIllUO JL4* VUiUl 9 "
v. Didama Anderson, and others.?PartilioW
By order of the Court-of Equity, I will sell, at :
Abbeville Court House, on Sale Day in Sep*
teniber next, the following- tracts of Land, i;i '
No, 1, delineated by the lines A B C D E P
G and H ;_tract No 2, by the lines D E and .
K, represented by plats thereof by A. \V
Shelllto. Ean- D. S.. sitnnth in A Khonilln ri!a_. J
? ~ JffiV.
trict, on waters of Savannah river; the num. i ^
berof acres, as well as a more particular de*> MI
scription thereof, will be given on the, day of ;
sale?on a credit of one year, except the costs
which are to be paid in cash. Purchasers to
give bonds, with good [sureties, in penalties
double tlTe purchase mo-ney, and pay for titles,-;?!;
H. A. JONES"c. e. A,_d,^
Commissioner's Office, July 28,1847' S8 bi
The State of South Carolina,
. ABBEVILLE DISTRICT. ' ! :
it* j&qutiy. - ;
Elizabeth Richey, v. John B. Itichey, and.^
By'order of the Court of Equity, I will sell at
Abbeville Court House, on Sale Day in September
next, the lands mentioned in the Bill,
viz: First, the Home Tract,containing 356
acres; Second, the Mountain Tract, containing
3394 acres; Third, tho Yarborouglt Tract^^^SB
containing 345 acres, more or less, situate in
Abbeville District, on'Flagreed and Calhoun's
creeks, waters of Little 'River ; ,the part ic^ S;'
sar oounaanea anadesqnptionaol whicft>
be given on the day^of^fiab.
One half acre lot in^ Abbeville village, tho. ^
boundaries of which will also be given onAhe^SiMHB
day of sale. \
TERMS.?Ori a cfedit of one and ,
years, except as to tho coata, which are tO odSffiHH
paid in cash. Purchasers vihll be^ requ^e^wHHHH
give bonds, with- sood surelie*. in nenalffi^ -^^^^
aouMe the " /
Commissioner's Oflfice^ J / ,