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Message No. 1, of His Excellency, F.W. Pickens

Message No. 1, of His Excellency, F.W. Pickens

to the Legislature, at the regular session of November, 1862

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Published by Charles P. Pelham in Columbia, S.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • South Carolina -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 4575
    ContributionsPickens, F. W. 1805-1869
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination30 p.
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14676306M

    a. UENAL OF THE CONVENTION OF THE PEOPLE OF SOUTH CABOLNA. ' _ WEDNESDAY, SEPTEM Pursuantto the proclamation of HisExcellencyB. F. Perry,.Provisional Governor of-the State of South Carolina, providing for the calling of a Convention of the people oT the State, to assemble in Columbia, on Wednesday, the 13th of September, A. D. , the . HIS EXCELLENCY HIS EXCELLENCY “Cavalry officer”* was written all over those arched legs, that slight build, and aristocratic profile. Tight-corseted, he wore a monocle* and false teeth, and the thought struck me of how convincing, after all, is our racial destiny. What else could a man like that become if not a general? WithFile Size: 74KB.

    In the preface to this ambitious and largely successful biography of George Washington, Joseph J. Ellis sets the tone by calling his subject "America's greatest secular saint" and "the Foundingest. Message No. 1 of his Excellency tho Governor was read und received as in formatiou. A bill authorizing and directing tho Comptroller-Geuorul and County Com? missioners to levy cortaiu tuxes, after a very exciting debato, was postponed until Wednesday. Frederick W. Ford, Esq, au ostiraablo oitizon of that County, died at his plan?

    Phyllis Wheatley "To His Excellency General Washington" Personification- Mother Earth, Autumn Reign, Britain Droops its pensive head, Heaven has a fair face, columbia is personified, and more Similes-Americas armies are as powerful as the wind and as thick as leaves. of-. Message-No. 1 of tho Governor, which had been matte the Special Order of. the Day, for this day, atone o'clock P. M. Mr. ORR introduced the following resolutions; which wore agreed to: Resolved, That so much pf tho Message of his Excellency Governor Perry, as relates to the abolition of slavery in this State, to the Treasury.


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