The Charleston Mercury from Charleston, South Carolina on February 23, 1822 · 1
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cam I 10Ticu ltural Premiums rpliE Farniers Society of Barnwell District will award the following Premiums each to consist of Twenty Dollars or a Silver !Aug of that value at the option of successful candidates at their stated meeting in Jane sr 1823 :1st For the greatest quantity of Grain the produce of one acre of High Land 23 For the greatest quantity of Cram the produce of one acre of -either Swatn:p or Pine hand 3d For the greatest quantity of Rice the produce of one acre of either "lige or Low Land 4th For the greatest quantity of Root or sNp Potatoes the produce of one acre of either High or Low Land the acre to be square and not more than 210 feet square the crops trust be planted and harvested stithin the period of 12 months 5th For the best Calf one year old raised by the competitor and exhibited at the said meeting in January this premium to be con tioued annually until the animal o reach the age of five years agq 1)1 II 6th Also a Premium of Ten bollarsi-or Silver Mug of that value for the best Hog- raised by the competitor not more than one year old this premium to be awarded annually until the animals reach the age of three years Should the animals exhibited not be deemed above mediocrity the Society will not award a premium Relative to the Crops a detailed account of the mode of culture and preparation of the land is requested It is expected all candidates will produce such testimony as to prevent any doubts relative to the correctness of their statements in regard to the age of their Animals and the Produce of their Fields JOHN S BELLINGER Preeident JENNINGS O'BANNO: Seery Parnwell Court House Jan 28tli 1622 Cr The Editors of Newspapers throughout the State disposed to advance the Agricolture of South Carolina art requested to give a few insertions to the above in the respective Journals Feb 11 To the Public in General T HE undersigned with plettsu e announces to the Public that he did commence on the 2d of July last to erect a Tomtn named HAMBURG in South-Carolina opposite An- F plata onthe Savannah river and has succeeded with the ad and assistance of his friends to erect seventy-eight Buildings: among which t there is a Ware House of 50 by 300 feet for a Cotton and Tobacco—also a spacious and tonyenieot Building 50 by 70 feet for a Public noose and a number of snacions Stores some of whicti are su by 60 feet all of wmen arc calculated for different branches of business The Stores and Ware House are from 2 to 3 feet above the level of the streeks in Augusta and considered perfectly safe from all damages of freshes The Ware House ranges up r and dowtt the river within 80 feet of the river bank thirty Storts are fronting the f Ware House in the same direction between which there is a street of 200 feet intended I for a Market-street By the construction of t the Ware Home there will be no expense of drayage There is a good and safe boat landing at present and substantial wharves will ere long be erected to facilitate the loading and unloading cf boats The Ware House is also considered free from all danger of fire and two more are now building of the same dimensions and in the same direction on the bank of the river in which there are de 'partments calculated for close storage of Salt Groceries Iron gm There is also a Post Office established out of which letters can be received earlier than in Augusta and which will be kept open two hours later than the office there which will afford great convenience to merchants as they can an-'wet their letters by- the retnrn mail— There will be also a saving of sales at Auction of 2 to 3 per cent less than in Augusta The rate of storage of Cotton Tobacco Sic is about half the rates as charged in Augusta In about one quarter of a mile from the river the ground elevates about 60 feet which affords handsome anti healthy situations for summer residence otv which there are a num ber of springs of as good viater as this country affords 2500 bales of cotton have been purchased and stored in the ware-house from 29th October to the 23d ult and goods have been sold in proportion There is also commenced a spacious building calculated for a church to which a liberal sum has already been subscribed As Hamburg will attract the atttention ef the citizens of South Carolina North Caro Jim and Tennessee and nature having done much for it ifassisted by art the undersigned has not the smallest doubt it will become a place of great importance IIENRY SHULTZ N IL—The Editors of all the yapers in South Carolina also those in Augusta and Savannah will insert the above three times and foward their accounts to me in Hamburg' for payment U S January 11 New Publications A NNALS of the Parish 87 cents Memoirs from 1754 to 1758 by James Earl of Waldegrave 87 cents The Expedition of Orsuia and crimes of Aguirre by It Southey 75 cents - Geraldine a Tale 1 75 ''' Calthorpe or Fallen Fortunes a Novel 2 dolls Giovanno Sbogarro a Venetian Tale 2 dolls Martian Worm& and othfv Poems by Barry Cornwall 62 cents Brande's Manual of Chemistry American edition 5 dollars' Per Sale' by JOHN MILL February 5 No 34 Broad-street Second Edition MILLER'S ALMANAC 11 0 31 ass 0 Ts just published and for sale at his Pr ing Office No 4 Broad-street also bound - arid interleaved Copies at 25 cents each January 1 CHARLESTON (S C) SATURDAY MORNING FEBRUiRY 239 1822 authonl of the State of South Carolina) GRAND For the Benefit ofthe Sount -CmlouNA ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS" FIRST CLASS S 83 31 ALLEN 85 CO MANAGERS OVMD1 I Prize of fr20000 is 1 do 10000 ' 2 do 5000 10 do 1000 20 do 500 50 do 100 - 200 do 20 3100 do 10 5384 Prizes 6616 Blanks AILIIM1109 S20000 10000 10000 )0000 10000 5000 4000 31000 is 100000 10000 Tickets at siol is glool000 STITIONARY PRIZES First drawn Number Ististay9 1000 First drawn Number 3d day9 1000 First drawn Number 6th day 1000 First drawn Number 10th day 5000 First drawn Number 12th day WOO First drawn Number I5th day 10000' First drawn Number 17th day 20000 All other Prizes floating from the commencement of the Drawing Prizes only to be drawn—Twenty Days Draw n'S 914 1 '41' The day of Drawing wilt' soon be announced All prizes payable in Cash—subject to the usual thscount of fifteen per cent Tickets Halves Quarters and Eighths- may now be had at the original cost at Lottery & Exchange Office First Door North of the Custom-House and Post-Office 41 S & IL ALLEN have sold more Capital Prizes in the !pace of five years than any of the Brokers in America The following are among the number : - No 3320 tonntwaa31 100000 dolls r!vt Nett 50000 dolls paid at sight 1536 50000 dolls paid at sight 19506 30000 dolls paid at sight And a great number of Prizes of 25000 20000 and 10000 dollars too numerous to be mentioned in an advertisement for all of which they had the pleasure of paying the fortunate holders the Cash Orders for Ties ets in the above Lottery by mail (post paid) will be promptly attended to if addressed to S & M ALLEN & Co Charleston (S C) on All Prizes in ths above Lottery will be paid at either of the Offices of S FL M AL!P1 & CO viz : at Savannah Fayetteville Rich- mond WairAington City Baltimore Phiiluteiphia and Vew-Yoric GO' Editors of papers throughout the State are requesied to insert the above advertise ment hi their papers six times and forward their papers containing the same together 'with a bill of the expence to S k M ALLEN k CO February 4 mirf6 The Directors AND STYANGEP'S GUIDE r Ott the city of Charleston I also a bit ItECTORT for Charleston Neck between Boundary street and the Lines—likewise for the c&oured Persons within the city and another for coloured' Persons residing on the Neck for 1822 to which is laded an ALMANAC the Tariff of du'ies on all imported into the United State anrt Rates of wharfage weighing storage dock age and drayage MI Just published and for sale by SCHENCK No23 Broadst sign of the Ledger January 4 Say Political -Economy t TREATISE on political economy or the production distribution and consumption of wealth by Jean Baptiste Say translated from the fourth edition of the French by C it Prinsep with notes by the translator to which is added a translation of the introtittc tion and additional notes by Clement CRiddle m 2 vols 8 vo--price SS4 For sale by JOBN KILL 34 Broad-street January 3 ValerhlM ROM AN STORY in 2 vols Price F2 1 The North American Review for Oct 1821 reviewing this Novel says II We have before us a Tale of rest intereM pewits In many parts we think the hand of a first rate master may be traced and much learn ing and power are visible throughout" For Sale by JOHN Mitt Jan 1 34 Broad-street Saimaa s Journal frITIE AMeitiCall Journal of Science anti Arts con(loctetl by Benjamin Sillirnaft of Yale College vol 4 part 1—pr4ce SSI 50 Mao a f$w conies of the fir4 three vols— price 159 For gale 11 JOIIN MILL 34 Broad-atreet January 7 ltellishs' Maps t ET MTV) STATES Traveller's Directory All of the latest editons For saleby JgliN MU4L1 Vindice nullo) Sponte snap sine lege)fictee rectumgue colentur The Pirate it ROMANCE by the author of Waver Iy Ivanhoe Ike in two volumes price 1 dl1ar75 cents at J R SCHENCK'S book store No 23 Broad-street February 18 3 The Pirate Si 75 14 Y the Author of Waverly Pm Minstrel Love The Si:t The Mourning Ring The Solitary The Recluse Annals of the Parish Memoirs of Queen Elizabeth For sale by W P BASON corner of King and George Street February IS mw2 Atheneum OR Spirit of the English Mabrazines Nos 112113 ani 114 Just received by all 301IN MILL No 34 Broad-street Where Subscribers are requested to c in future for this work Jan 18 The Recluse A TRANSLATION of " li Soliaire" by 111 M Le Vicomle D'Arlincourt Price 75 cents For Sale by JOHN MILL February 2 No 34 Broad-street New Novel MillSTREL LOVE from tile German of ie author of Undine by George Sosne price 1 dollar ALSO Part 12 The Percy Anecdotes Imagination price SO cents Por sale by JOHN mru 34 Broad-st Februpxy 19 New Publications C HA LMERS' Lite of Mary Queen of Scot's price 4 dolls The Cavalier a Romance by Lee Gibbons 2 dolls Tom lins Life of Pitt S dolls Italy by Lady Morgan 4 50 France by do 2 75 Narrations of the Br Itish Campaign at Wash ington and New Orleans 2 25 Calthorpe or Fallen l'ortimes a Novel 2 No Fiction a Novel I SO Marcian Colonrta and otherlictems by Barry Cornewall 62 cents Views of Society and Manners in America 2 Army Regulations published by authority 2 Perrys Voyage with the North Georgia Ga sette 2 50 Commencemea liner 6esnd Italy 2 York Cannls to unitelotvima or the 'New-Atlantic Ocean with a Map six feet long 3 50 Ten years exile of Madame De Stael 1 Expedition of Orsua and Climes of Aguirre ' by R Southey 75 Generaldine or Modes of F4th and Practice a Tale by a lady I 751 Ttle Wonderer a new origilal work 87 End'ess Amusement 87 1 Percy Anecdotes ten Nil published 50 each copy Lord BYTOR'S Don Juan altos 1 and 2 75 Do 3 4 and 5 75 I The Scrip Book contain ig a collection of amusing and striking Trees in proie and verse I A Diannid 1 For sate by TIN MILL JantIRTV 1 No i Bmadstreet ' t Dictionary of hetnistry O q the basis of Mr Nic sons's in which the Principles of th ience are iaves- 4 tigoted anew and its appl ions to the Phe- nomena of Nature M e Mineralogy Agriculture and Mannf s detailed by Andrew Ilre M D Pmf r of the ndersonian Institntion Memil of the Neologl- ) cal Society cc tcc w I an Introductory Dissertation i cnntlining tructions for con verting the Alphabetical 11 ngement into a Systematic Order of Stu 0 ALM A Treatise on some ctical Points re lating to the Diseases he Eye by the late John Cunningham ders Demonstrator of Anatomy of Sai homas' Itospitai Founder and Surgeon he Loudon Inflr mary for citring disease the eye i ' Just received I J R SCIIENC 3 Broad-street I lanuarY 3 1 New Mizine MHE Recreative Mcne or Eccentricik ties of literature life No 1 Conditions of publication : mber will be published once a month miter Subscribers will pay five dollars fo Ty 12 numbers— Subscriptions receives JOHN MILL 94 Broad-street January' 18 1 Ladies and ptiejnens NNIIAL POCKE KS for 1822 for It sale by fOHN MILL January 1 4 Broad-street Assize Oread From 11f9talap the 111Monday the 25th Februar sive The average pric operfine FLOUR being ceven Dollars half per barrel of 196 lbs nett w he Loaves must weigh as follows vi WHIT AD 7d Loaf to weigh 2 lbs 9 oz 314 1 41 2Ad - 111 la 0 WHEA EAD 7d Loaf to weigl 2 13 d 4 1 61 211 0 121 0 64 HOUSEItiREAD 7d Loaf to weigl 3 5 3id ( 1 10 214 ' 1 13 id 0 74 W ROACICkrk of etulatit t - Charleston Merenry M (For the Mercury AN INTERESTING SUBJECT Mr Merfird--The following extract is from an address delivered before the " yeio-Bed11 ford Societyor Me iuppreosion of Intemperance" by Wituto Wttlas Ego I have understood that the author has consented to the re-publicl cation of it and that the profits arising from the sale are to be given to the " Lady' Ilene — volent Satiety" Pleased with the author's views I take the hberty of sending yoó this 11 extract that those who have never thought of the subject may have some idea of the importance of attending to the suppression of — an evil which if suffered eb continue unheeded bids fair to overload our jails our tentiariet our poor-housee and our orphan es5 tablishments with its spoils " There is no part of the conduct of legislators and rulers of the present day more inexplicable than that of the f loose manner in which they permit ar- ) dent spirits to be imported fabricated or used among those people whose healths and morals it is their most sat- cred duty to guard as its baneful effects on both body and mind are too obvious to admit of dispute yet they are very particular in framing regula- tions to prevent the introduction and spreading of diseases which endanger the body only—How is it then that they permit this demoralizing poison to be circulated through the land and brought into common use and how is it to be accounted for that magistrates who are vigilant in executing the laws k against the careless introduction and spreading of those contagious male-dies which endanger the body only are so negligent in carrying into effect the Y too mild laws against the more bane 2 ful contagion of intemperance ? Can 2 all these inconsistencies be accounted L- f- in any other way than that a ma-1 jority of legislators and magistrates are either interested inthe profits aripoiscl-nous taltfieheincolsumitt ion of or mai iney have their judgments blinded and their p moral sensibilities quilted by its stu'' pifying effects ? But whatever may have been the causes that have led to the mighty evil it is time for every friend of humanity and religion to a-' wake from their lethargy and to en- ' deavor to check the torrent of internperance before it overwhelms our country with ruin " The alarming extent of the consumption of ardent spirits in our countryand the vast amount paid for it by the Consumers is appreciated by but few and is sufficiently enormous to stagger belief But however incredible it is a melancholy and disgraceful fact that upon the most moderate calculation there are upwards of forty millions of gallons of this poisonous and demo ralizing ingredient drank annually in the United States the cost of which to the consumers is at least thirty millions Of dollars ! And if we take into the calculation the time which is spent by tipplers in tavern and dram shops together with all the losses which the public and individuals sustain in consequence of its inevitable effects which cannot be less than twenty millions I more this added to the former swells the amount to the enormous sum of fifty millions of dollars ! Could the go- I vernment of this Commonwealth 'raise the sum annually by a tax upon the people even for the most important interests of religion and humanity ? No t And yet this immense amount is volun- 1 tarily contributed every year to the set- ta vice of Satan But this peat waste of wealth is less than a gram of dust in a balance when compared with its dread- t' ful demoralizing evils—and it is to be : feared that upwards of six thousand P souls in the United States are annually c consumed by the fire ' of intemperance w upon the altars of Belzebab" The above estimates were made four years ago upon sa supposed amount of population and consumption but it is evident at first sight that the calculation of hiss of property and the loss of life from the improper use of spiritousliquorb is far short of truth With regardto the amount of consumption I am confident that if it has increased in the same ratio for the last ten years that it did the preceding ten it will not WI short of 60000000 gallons Ecery one who reads Is left to form his pwn ideasof the great waste of property which succeeds such a consumption The late census rates the number of jabsbitants in the United States at 9637734: nosy if 60000000 gallons of spiritous liquors be divided among that number it will leave a lit tic more than six gallons fer the use of each No 461 individual per annum To make this exhibb tion more forcible —if as Dr Franklin sup poses every marriage produces eight births and four out of these eight die then every' famil in the country would be left in the quiet enjoyment of thirty-seven gallons!! The pmgreu of vice is in the same ratio $4 the increase of intoxicating liquors The question therefore is an Interesting one for pubic discussion and for fires 'e meditation Who imprestion is made open the risi g gone ratiom by the irregsfiar habits resulting' from the use of to much shun! drink ? The exhibition of those lieu which restik frotn intemperance must make some impres lion upon the three millions of immortal Ie ings wider the age often years who daily boob-up to us either to copy the follies of the agli or to be governed by our examples of moral excellence ' - I respectfully recommend that this subject be seriously considered—there is no subject so important and yet our philanthropists pear to have settled down into it cold stupull ty with respect to it I have read the address with much plea tire and take this opportunity of reconMend )0 ing it to the notice of others and I doubt ey not if it be considered that it will awakes a- the benevolent feelings of many to the adop tion of some measures which will be oppose4 er to the progress of intemperance Bstally at ossogm-- d INDIAN EtoqueNes—The follopng -i$ specimen of elegiac pathos wasde ver:- s ed by an Indian over the contiguou e e graves of her 'husband and infant " The father of Life and Light hat a taken from me the apple duty eye and ' re the core of my heart and hid them is le these two graves I will moisten ills one with my tears and the other witti the milk of my breast till I rueet then3 d again in that country where the sue never es ing directions are given in a MS rev RoYsaet sets" ReouLaTionsThe &Rowe - Fulating the household of the atrocious ev v111—His highutsses bikkei ti'r shall not put alum in the bread or mix v rye oaten or bean flour with the same ay and if detected he shall be put into the to stocks—His highness's ittendantg see ry not to steal any locks or keys table oa f rms cupboard or other furnitare 1out of noblemen's or gentlemen's hclusee 1: where he goes to visit—Master-cooka ir shall not employ such scultious as ge about naked or lie all night before the kitchen fire —Dinners to be eat at teit and suppers at four-The Officers Of his Privy Chamber to be loving tot gether no grudging or grumbling nor 0 talking qf the Kingpt King's barber is enjoined to be cleanly 't! —not to frequent the company of Mise guided women for fear °Manger to the King's Royal Person !--There shall be no romping with maids on the stair- n case by which dishes and other things are often broken—The Pages shall not interrupt the kitchen maids—Thg brewers not to Rut any brimstone in their ale r WHIMSKAL CONTRITIUTIOL—A bent volent Quaker was lately applied to by : a respectable gentleman one of the society of Wesleyans for the purpose of soliciting a subscriptron towards enabling them to complete a new ehapel built upon the site of an old one but which could not be finished for want of funds Obadiah hoard him very at: tentively at length breaking silence with a deep groan he began thus :—" tell thee what friend my purse is alweys open to succour the distressed and to do good to all our own sect but friend my religion thou knowest dif- fers from that of thine we do not think thee right and it is against our religion to help others to build ult Mad' pcia therefo-e friend thou seest I cannot assist thee" The Methodist was about departing and was nearly out of the room when the -Quaker called him back—"Hark'ee &WWI how ranch bast thou kid out ?" The Methodist replied " Sixteen hundred pounds" " And how much more dost thou want to complete it ?" a About 1400 more" " Well friend (said the Quaker) here is 1001 to defray the ese pences of pulling down the old chapel" INTIMATE ANTJAINTAWDIA British vessel with the I3ishop of Quebec on board touched formerly at an island in the possession of the French and prin cipally inhabited by savages The shop being missed for several hOUrip a party of sailors went up the island in search of him In their progress they met with a savage and inquired of hint whether from their descriptions he knew any thing of the Bishop of Q(e bec ?—" Sife le connois )7ex al mange" " Knoao him ?" said be---" I've cat him" - Mk O 10 i t 1 10 Emogig I ' k - Vindice nullo I Sponte sua sine lege fidee rectumgue colentur ' 0- d awa ' --------- ----- — - -- -- - - -- - ---2 individual per annum To make this exhibda loTicultural Premiums (By authonl of the State of South Carolina) The Pirate : i Charleston 'Wrenn' fainnodgeilef::er: 07: emooraniutnhiresewoepiurogildtubediceelse rilitE Fanners Society o f Barnwe11 District GRAND ROMANCE by the author of Waver- tion more forcible -if as Dr Franklin sup 4 ' I- will award the following Premiums each -- 1y Ivanhoe &c in two volumes price -- to consist of Twenty Dollars or a Silver Mug TA lar 75 cents at J R SCIIENCK'S book (For the Mercury i - o of that value at the option of si!ccessful II i lir RT store No 23 Broad-strcet AN INTERESTING SUBJECT ' candidates at their stated meeting in Jane February 18 3 ara 1823 For the Benefit ofthe 46 Sourtt-Cmiouna ' Mr Moyfird-The following extract is from i 1st For the greatest quantity of Grain the ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS" The Pirate SI 75 an address delivered befere the "Aews-Bed et enjoyment of thirty-seven gallons!! o produce of one acre of High Land FIRST CLASS Tpt Y the Author of Waverly fee Minstrel ford Societ y for Me 'suppression of Intemperance The proven of vice is in the same ratio at 2ol For the greatest quantity of Cram the clime done acre of either Swami) ) or Pine The So - P" Ss 83 31 ALLEN E5 CO 11 Love The S ro The Mourning Ring litary The Recluse Annals of the by Wituan Venus Dot I have understood the increase of intoxicating liquors The h i and 3d For the greatest quantity of Rke the ' JILINAGER S Parish Memoirs of Queen Elizabeth For that the author consented t the publi has o re- e nteesting one fo question therefore is an irr sale by W P BASON corner of King and cation of it and that the profits arising ubic discussion and for tireai 4e meditation left What impression is made wpm Me rising gone g from I produce of one acre of either Age or Low Fb tgregUnffirrA George Street i ration by the irregular habits retaking from the Land ROW Qtalltt a --- eruary 18 mw2 the sale are to be given to the " Lad ' ' volent Society" Pleased with the you B theneor's i t 4th For the greatest quantity of Root or 20 000 is 000 a i rrize 01 5 S20 sNp Potatoes the produce of one acre of Atheneum 1 o 13000 10000 views I take the liberty of sending yoó this use 41° l'11" atrtmr drilsk 1 either High or Low Land the acre to be R Spirit of the English Magazines Nos extract that those who have never thought sqare and not more than 210 feet square 2 do 5000 mow 0 112113 and 114 Just received by all front intemperimee must make some impres ''rhe exhibiti u on of thote vices which resuk the crops roust be planted and harvested 10 do 11000 10000 JOHN MILL No 34 Broad-street of the subject may have some idea of the im ion upon the three millions of immortal be- l within the period of 12 months 20 do 500 10000 'Where Subscribers are requested to c ings wider the age often years who daily boob- - 5th For tbe best Calf one year old raised SO do 100 5000 in future for this work Jan 18 portance of attending to the suppression of an evil which if suffered lb continue unheed- by the Competitor and exhibited at the said 200 do 20 4000 ' meeting in January this premium to be con- The Recluse tioued annually °until the animals reach the 3100 do 10 31000 ed bids fair to overload our jails our up to us either to copy the follies of the agle tenuanet our poorhouset and our orphan es age of five years — A TRANSLATION of " I've Solitire" by 111 NI Te Vicomle D'Arlincourt Price 75 or to be governed by our examples of moral Silver fith Also a Premium of Ten Dollars or a 3384 Prizes gloopoo a excellence ' i raised by the competitor not more than one i Mug' of that value for the best Hog cents For Sale by tablishments with its spoils - 6616 Blanks JOHN MILL Ther February 2 - No 34 Broad-street " e is no part or the conduct of legislators and rulers of the b el sreerisopuesict3f respectfully reni:enremdm-tidietrehatiathis no sallbubijel a o! ' 1 year old this premium to be awarded annu- 1 10000 Tickets at gm gloopoo day more inexplicable than that of stet: so important and yet our philanthropists ip ally until the animals reach the age of three ) I years Should the animals exhibited not be ST1 TIONABY PRIZES New Novel loose manner in which h ! : deemed above mediocrity the Society will First drawn Number 1st gay 1000 STREL LOVE from the German of dent spirits to be imported fabricated ty with h t ey permit ar- pear to have settled down into a cold stupid not award a premium Relative to the Crops First drawn Number 3d day 1000 Mntlhe author of Undine by George &Nine or used among those people whose detailed acconnt o he f t mode o cu ure First drawn Number 6th day 10 price 1 dollar yo °O i t respect to it a 1 have read the address with much pleas d Number 0th It ' s and preparation of the land is requested First drawn umer 1 day S000 ALSO healths and morals it is their most sa- Part 12 The Percy Anecdote Imagina- cred duty to guard as its baneful ef 1 it is exoected all candidates will produce take this opportunity of reconlihend '' ( such testimony as to prevent any doubts re- First drawn Number 12th day 1000 tion price 50 cents fects on both body and mind are too ing it to the notice of others and I doubt ure and - lative to the correctness of their statements First drawn Number 15th day 10000' For ule by obvious to admit of dispute yet they not if it be considered that it will awaken li in regard to the age of their Animals and the First drawn Number 17th day 20000 JOHN mru 34 Broad-st are very particntar in framing regula- the benevolent feelings of many to the adv - Prodace of their Fields All other Prizes floating from the commence- February 19 ' I JOHN S BELLINGER President ment of the Drawing — - Prizes only to be d bon of some meuures which will be oppose4 tions to prevent the introduction and spreading of diseases which endanger 1 JENNINGS O'BANNO: Seery r awn-Twenty Days Draw New Publications Barnwell Court Muse Jan 28th 1822 snT Vita- to the progress of intemperance Baena? y t CHALMERS' Life of Mary Queen of Scot's the body only—How is it then that Ci The Editors of Newspapers through- 61' The day of Drawing will' soon be an- g poison ----1111 60 woo— out the State disposed to advance the Agri- flounced All prizes payable in Cash-subject price 4 dolls they permit this demoralizin to r ' colture of South Carolina aye The Cavalier a Romance by Lee Gibbons be circulated through the land and requested to to the usual ohscount of fifteen per cent 2 dolls brought into common use and how is INDIAN ELNCENCL—The folloirng specimen of elegiac pathos wasde ver- - give a few insertions to the above in the re- ed by an Indian over the contiguoutt spective Journals Feb 11 Tickets Halves Quarters and Eighths' Tomlins Jife of Pitt S dolls it to be accounted for that magistrates - may now be had at the original cost at Italy by Lady Morgan 4 SO who are vigilant in executing the laws graves of her 'husband and infant t I: To the Public in General France by do 2 7S " The father of Life and Light hall as Itishillampaign at Wash against the careless introduction and k rpHE undersigned with pleasu e announces spreading of those contagious male taken from me the apple ()tiny eye and ' F ington and New Orleans 2 25 1 to the Public that he did commence on a Allang39 Narrtion of the Br the core of my heart and hid them its the 2d of July last to erect a Toasto named Lottery & Exchange Office Calthorpe or Fallen Fortunes a Novel 2 dies which endanger the body only are r these two graves I will moisten ths - No Fiction a Novel 1 SO HAMBURG in South-Carolina opposite Au- e us om- House and First Door North of the Custom H Mercian Colonna and other'Paems by so ne&ligent in carrying into effect the ed with the told and assistance of his friends S AL kt - rota ontheSavannah river and has succeed- Post-Office Cornewall 62 cents too mild laws against the more bane t one with my tears and the other wit to erect seventyeight Buildings: among whch id the t l & AL - Views of Society and Manners in America 2 ful contagion of intemperance ? Can the milk of my breast till I meet there n ! i Priaes in spaLEN ce of have sold more Capt : V five yeaThe rs than Army Regulations again in that country where the su Cotton and Tobacco-also a spacious and ton- ng are among the number : published by authority 2 all these inconsistencies be accounted ! there is a Ware House of 50 by 300 feet for any of the Brokers in America follow- Pys V y a e with th North Georgia Ga- f- in any other way than that a ma never sets” ' 1 I - err sette o 2 g50 e Yen ' in a M cS VI- yenieot Building 50 by 70 feet for a Public No s000 iontowsam --A -4-44 ROYAL REGULATIONS jority of legislators and magistrates The tORONr - !! muse and a number of spacious Stores some 4 ? 1 r as cra28888 P "1t ht t RIT to uniteoaa o ii p a lug Commencemeet ma- sssnd Ita of ly le 2 liewa are iriticvr litnctil!!uscmted ilnalthriesimtfiltillar!t iulating the household of the atroio l - in g gt al 17elainisflour ww in t the h e sa biniAtai nteiT of which are su by 6U teet all cot wmen are 3 York Canols m ti judgments blindte'ndr and thneelyr 1 shall not oaten put are um in the Vn I b l h h c s calculated for different branches of business 1536 50000 dolls paid at sight Atlantic Ocean with a Map six feet long I 10: The Stores and Ware House are trom have "the to 3 19506 30000 dolls paid at sight 3 50 i feet above the level of the streeks InAu gusto And a great number of Prizes of 25000 Ten years exile of Madame De Steel 1 bre d ' or l ' I and considered perfectiy safe from all dame- 20000 and 10000 dollars too numerous to be Expedition of Orsua and Climes of Aguirre mora sir ensibiliti Si es quitted b y its stu- rye ges of freshes The Ware House ranges up mentioned in an advertisement for all of ' by R Southey 75 pitying effects r u t whatever may and if detected) he shall be put into the- t and dowit the river within 80 feet of the which they had the pleasure of paying the Generaldine or Modes of F4th and Practice have been the causes that have led to stocks—His highness's ittendantg are 1 river bank thirty Storts are fronting the fortunate holders the Cash a Tale by a lady 1 751 the mighty evil it is time for every not to steal any locks or keys tablets° ' Ware House in the same direction between Orden for Ticiets in the above Lottery by Tee Wonderer a new Wonderer work 87 friend of humanity and relii forms p bo er furnittirea cuard or oth which there is a street of 200 feet intended mail (post paid) will be promptly attended End'ess Amusement 87 I wake from their leth gon to a- argy and to en- out of noblemen's or gentlem ' for a Market-street By the construction of to if addressed to Percy Anecdotes ten N published 50 en s is houes the Ware Home there will be no expense S & M ALL EN & CO each copy aeavor to check the torrent of intern- where he goes to visit —Master-cooke 1 of drayage There is a good and safe boat Charleston (S C) Lord Byron's Don Juan Ckitos 1 and 2 75 perance before it overwhelms our shall not employ such scullions as ge ' landing at preoent and substantial wharves 077 All Prizes in the above Lottery will be Do 3 4 and 5 75 1 country with ruin nirt about naked or lie all be” t g I e 1 r will ere long be erected to facilitate the load- paid at either of the Offices of S Ft M AL! Xis The Scrip Book containig a collection of " The alarming extent of the con- kitchen fire —Dinners to be ea ore th t at ten ' i r ing and unloading cf boats The Ware House & CO viz : at Savannah Fayetteville Rich- amusing and striking Tece ption of ardent s in proie and sum s Nuts in our coun- and suppers at fourTh e 0 fficers at is also considered free from all danger of fire mond Waithingtan City Baltimore Philadelphia verse I A Diannid and taco more are now building of the same and New-York ' Par tee by TIN MILL tryand the vast amount paid for it by his Privy Chamber to be loving dimensions and in the same direction on the co- Editors Of papers throughout the State January 1 Ne Ilmadstreet the consumers is appreciated by but gether no grudging or grumbling nor i bank of the river in which there are de- are reqeested to insert the above advertise - ' few and is sufficiently enormous to talking cif the enjoined pao time-Tho partments calculated for close storage of Salt ment in their papers six times and forward t Dietionarv of' hetnistry stagger belief But however incredible King's barber is enjoined to be clearly Groceries Iron &c There is also a Post their papers containing the same together 0 V the banis of Mr Nic sons's in which 9 't 1 is a melancholy and disgraceful fact —not to frequent t i'compaq of mip ' Office established out of which letters can with a tun of the expence to the Principles of th ience are inves- that upon the most moderate calcula Euided women for fear ofdanger to the be received earlier than in Augusta and ft k M ALLEN k CO which will be kept open two hours later February 4 micf6 fielded anew and its appl ions to the Phe- lion there are upwards of forty millions lib' nomena of Natore M e detailMineralogy ing's Royal Person 1—There shall be than the office there which will afford great gallons of this poisonous and demo romping with maids on the otair ! i Agriculture and Mannf s ed Y ralizing ingredient ran k annually d convenience to merchants as they can an- The Directors Andre Ure M D Prof r of the tnderb of no y in case by which dishe s an other things J own their letters by the retnrn mail- AND srYINGE ws GUIDE sonian Institntion Memb of the Neologi- the United States the cost of which to ften broken — The Pages shall not There will be also a saving are 0 of sales at Auc- A - interrupt the of Charleston i also a bi- cal Society &c &c wl an Introductory the consumers is at least thirty millions kitchen maids—The i tion of 2 3 t lss than in Augusta r Ott the city t Dissertatio cont 'n sining truction f o s or eon of dollars ! And if we take into the cal- brewers not to Rut any brimstone its The mte to of per cene storage of Cotton Tobacco Sic L itEcreaT for C h ri sto a e rirl Neck between Rewise for verting the Alphabetical ngement into c I their ale 1 is about half the rates as charged in Augusta Boundary street and the I the time which is s a u anon pent by : 1 '' - e the ' city and Systematic Order of Stu Yv DISMAL COISTRITRITION—A bent- - In about one quarter of a mile from the river the c&oured Persons within pre resi i4 on atm - tipplers in tavern and dram shops to- the ground elevates about 60 feet which af another for co oBit2ret2 t esvh?ich is saddea ast A Treatise on some ctical Points re gether with all the losses which the volent Quaker was lately applied to by fords handsome and healthy situations for the Neck for 1 o blic and individuals sustain in conse- a respectable gentleman one of the ifr f duSes on all goods lating to the Diseases he El-e by the pu munmer residence on- which there are a num ALMA NAC the Tar United o st te and the late John Cunningham ders Demonatra (pence of its inevitable effects which society of Weoleyans for the purpose I 1 ber of springa of as good viater as this coun- imported into the at l' dock t r of Anatomy of Sal hom'as' It'oso'tai cannot be less than twenty millions of soliciting a subscriptrw towards I ' 'try affords 2500 bales of cotton have been Rates of wharfage weighing storage and - o nd and Surgeon he Loado 1n 1f ' en bl them and stored In the ware-house from age and drayage &c Jut pit s ld Fou er n tr more this added to the former swells enabling em to complete a new chi- 29th October to the 23d ult and goods have for sale by purchased 3 H SCHENCK mary for curing disease' the eye the amount to the enormous sum of fit' pel built upon the site of an old one 1 No23 Broadst sign of the Ledger Just received I but which could not be fin l dollars ! Could the go- aw for want i c beee sold in proportion There is also corn- J R SCHENC 3 Broad-street ty millions of menced a spacious building calulated for a ' iannarY 4 lanuarY 3 vernment of this Commonwealth Iroise of funds Obadiah heard him very at- - church to which a liberal a hlrdy ---- o tentively at length br eaking s ilenc e 1 the sum annually by a tax upon the peo- been subscribed um as a ea SltV9 POlitical -Economy 1 As Hamburg will attract the atttention ef New 31 zme pie even for the most important inter- with a deep groan he began thu : s —" I - t TiEATISE on political economy or the tell thee what friend t- the citizetls of South Carolina North Caro HF R tive M e or Ece t 'IL production distribution andconsumption 111 o ecrvi 1 en rim- ests of religion and humanity ? No my purse is al aina and Tennessee and nature having done 1 ties of literature de No 1 Con- And t h mese amount s voun- n )e t to imn is treys open to succour l distressed Lie stressd 1th by Jean Baptiste say translated much for it ifassisted by art the undersigned 0f we" damns of publication : ber will be pub- tartly contributed every year to the set- and to no good to au our own sect but from the o t urtb edition of the French by C has not the smallest doubt it will become a b the translator t lished once a month timer Subscribers vice of Satan But this friend my religion' thou knowest : ' R Prinsep with notes y e trans a or o Feat waste of s di place of great importance SHULTZ which is added a translation of the introduc will Pay five dollar! fo ry 12 numbers- wealth is less than a gram of dust in a fers from that of thine we do not ' 1 ' HENRY and additional note Forsale by religion to help others to build ult ch s by Clement CBiddle SubscHptions receive think thee right and it is against our South Carolina also those in Augusta and n 2 vols 8 B road-street JanulrY 18 ful demoralizing evils—and it is to be N IL-The Editors of all the yapers in tion a ss JOHN MILL 94 Broad-street balance when compared with its dread- & ' i vo--price 34 I g JOHN MILL Savannah will insert the above three times 1 feared that upwards of six thousand pcia th i erefo-e friend thou seest I t ' and foward their accounts to me in Hamburg January 3 Ladies and ptleinens souls in the United States are annually cannot assist thee" The Methodist - ) for payment U S - A NNOAL POCKE KS for 1822 for consumed by the fire ' of intemperance was about departing and was nearly January 11 Valerins It sale by 01IN MILL upon the altars of Belzehub" out Of the room when the -Quaker ' I New PubliCations A ROMAN sToult in 2 vols Price 2 1 nua 7 1 IL h A merican 11 : ort evie w for oet 4 Broad Street The abo I ve estimates were Made four years called him back—" Hark'ee frietid file N The A NNALS of the Parish 87 cents 1821 reviewing this Novel says 6 We have Assize -Oread ago upon so supposed amount of population Methodist replied " Sixteen hundred It Memoirs from 1754 to 1758 by James before us a Tale of great interest an" pewits t '' Earl of Wahlegoave 87 cents In many parts we think- the hand of a first AVM 11fotsday the 10-ifonday the 25th and consumption but it is evident at first pounds" " And how much more dost 1 The Expeditioo of Orsuia and crimes of mte master may be traced and much learn Februar sive sight that the calculation of 'tiffs of property thou want to complete it ?" a About Aguirre by R Southey 75 cents - mg and power are ble thmughout" The average pric uperfine FLOUR 1400 more" " ( 1 Geraldine a Tale 1 75 ' ! I ' ' For Sale by JOHN MILL being ceven Dollars hall per barrel and the loss of life from the improper use of Quaker) here Well s 100 to defray the ex sat t e d h ) friend Calthorpe or Fallen Fortunes a Novel 2 dolls Jan 1 34 Broad-cteeet of 196 lbs nett iv he Loaves must spiritousliquora is far short of truth With (Natt Giovanno Sbogarro a Venetian Tale 2 dolls - weigh as follows vi pences of pulling down the old chapel" i Martian Worm& and othor Poems by Barry ' Silliman's Journal WHIT AD re g ard-to the amount of consum tion p I am INTIMATE ANUAINTASICE--A BritiSh Cornwall 62 cents 11'd Loaf to weigh 2 lbs 9 oz confident that if it has incre ued in the same vessel with the Bishop of Q be - t k Brande's Manual of Chemistry American rpm American Journal of Science and aid 1 43 ue c on a o for e last ten years it did re- board touched formerly an is at land in edition 5 dollars' - 1 Arts conaticted ba Beramin Sillirnah of 2 Ad - 8 113 mti the that the p i t th For Sale by ' JOHN MILL Yale College vol 4 part 1-price SS1 50 la 0 st ceding ten it will not &II short of 60000000 ion of the French and prin ' February 5 - No 34 Broad-street Also a frit conies of the firOthree vols- WHEA EAD gallons Erery one who reads is left to form h ci e possession inhabited -Y savages The bl — price 159 For sale las 7d Loaf to weiglt 2 13 shop being missed for several hours '' Second Edition JOHN MILL 34 Broadstreet ft3 d - 4 1 63 his own ideasof the great waste of P roperty a party of sailors went up the island in MILLER'S AL3IANAC 2d ' ' 0 12 which succeeds such a consumption ' search of him In their progress they - JaTrItig 3 i II () 33e tiSSBQ Ntellishs' Ma s HOUSE t P 4READ The late census rates the number of inba met with a savage and inquired of hint 7d Loaf to weigl 3' ' 5 bitants in the United States at 9637734: nosy whether from their description he i I TNITED STATES 3d 1 10 ( knew ' any thing of the Bishop of Que if 60000000 gallons of spiritous liquors be do Ts just published and for sale at his PrInto t) wa 3 it 23d - ' 1 13 bec ?—" Sift le connote ?fend mange" ' 1 ing Office No 4 Brood-street also bound Traveller's Directory I !Ailed among that number it will leave a lit- f - ' by - ld 0 74 ' ic naIss him ?" said be—" I've cat - end interleaved Copies at 25 cents each All of the latest editons For sale January 1 J0I1N bait W 1110ACICkrk of Council tie more than six gallons for the use of each him!! 1 ' i - t i ' 'k t ' t :i - v ---4----- orre'-1 ' i tr' ' 3 ‘ — - - - - - ' ' s 'kr' 1-- ' ' 7 0 i- ' 1 i irmr- 2'111' P lit oncu A A 4 4 0 l' 1 1 ' ' fir 1 - ETTL nila t i yt 1-A 217 410 A 0 k a 9 A a 4 4 s 40 411P - e" - " ' 4 1 I 1 cjI ksiftji" k 'It 14111 W09044::'6 CI:" 1 so 1 i 10 b - s00''''''''''''''''''"''''"'"'''''''''"'"''''' mokoom VOL I 0 46 c I CHARLESTON (S C) SATU A 0 1 RI)AY MORNING FEBRUARY 239 1822 0 - -- - Vindice null° — 0 0- Sponte suit sine legeIldee rectumgue colentur mn---- lt 1 Premiums I ( auto loTtraura By inl ofkhe State of South- Carolina ) The Pirate I I individual per annum To make this exhibb r dir'sm Irli A 10r111 1 - i ------ Argh n lel 0 0 t At ltilossa2a Ina n

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