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Life South Carolina.—The New York Times publishes the following extract of a private letter from lady South Carolina, received in

Life South Carolina.—The New York Times publishes the following extract of a private letter from lady South Carolina, received in

Life South Carolina.—The New York Times publishes the following extract of a private letter from lady South Carolina, received in that city: "I fear,that secession and revolution are, with our people, foregone conclusions that we have gone so lar retraction
January 12, 1861 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
SOUTH CAROLINA STERLING BONDS.—THE DIVIDEND WARRANTS falling due the Ist JULY next, the STERLING BONDS of the STATE SOUTH CAROLINA,

SOUTH CAROLINA STERLING BONDS.—THE DIVIDEND WARRANTS falling due the Ist JULY next, the STERLING BONDS of the STATE SOUTH CAROLINA,

SOUTH CAROLINA STERLING BONDS.—THE DIVIDEND WARRANTS falling due the Ist JULY next, the STERLING BONDS of the STATE SOUTH CAROLINA, which were negotiated through BARING, BROTHERS, and Co., will be PAID on that any succeeding day (Tuesday and Friday excepted)
June 25, 1847 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
SOUTH CAROLINA. Late and important intelligence was received yesterday from South Carolina, by way of Boston, which shews the increased

SOUTH CAROLINA. Late and important intelligence was received yesterday from South Carolina, by way of Boston, which shews the increased

SOUTH CAROLINA. Late and important intelligence was received yesterday from South Carolina, by way of Boston, which shews the increased determination of that State not to succumb. A Belligerent Bill had been reported by a Committee of the South Carolina
January 16, 1833 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Aerial Invasion or South Carolina.—A descent has been made upon South Carolina. Piofessor T. S. C. Lowe, aeronaut, conducted the

Aerial Invasion or South Carolina.—A descent has been made upon South Carolina. Piofessor T. S. C. Lowe, aeronaut, conducted the

Aerial Invasion or South Carolina.—A descent has been made upon South Carolina. Piofessor T. S. C. Lowe, aeronaut, conducted the expedition, or rather, was unwillingly conducted it. He is represented as stated that he ascended from Cincinnati on the 20th
May 25, 1861 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
An Aerial Invasion" of South Carolina.— A ..esoeiit has oeen made upon South Carolina. Professor L.S. t_. Lowe aeronaut, conducted

An Aerial Invasion" of South Carolina.— A ..esoeiit has oeen made upon South Carolina. Professor L.S. t_. Lowe aeronaut, conducted

An Aerial Invasion" of South Carolina.— A ..esoeiit has oeen made upon South Carolina. Professor L.S. t_. Lowe aeronaut, conducted the expedition, oi as Uti^hT} lllngly C r! U^ teii *■ He b^tentcd as stat -ing that lie ascended from Cincinnati on the
May 27, 1861 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
South-Carolina La-ws for confifcating and amercing the Property of Loyalijli. [From the Royal Gazette of South Carolina, of Saturday, 13th

South-Carolina La-ws for confifcating and amercing the Property of Loyalijli. [From the Royal Gazette of South Carolina, of Saturday, 13th

South-Carolina La-ws for confifcating and amercing the Property of Loyalijli. [From the Royal Gazette of South Carolina, of Saturday, 13th July 1781] To the Printers, Gentlemen, AFter much difficulty and trouble, I have at length obtained a printed copy
December 1, 1782 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Hugo hammers South Carolina HURRICANE Hugo battered the US state of South Carolina today with winds of 140 miles an

Hugo hammers South Carolina HURRICANE Hugo battered the US state of South Carolina today with winds of 140 miles an

Hugo hammers South Carolina HURRICANE Hugo battered the US state of South Carolina today with winds of 140 miles an hour. The storm knocked out power to tens of thousands of people, flooding streets and snapping trees. In Charleston, where the hurricane
September 22, 1989 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
THE SOUTH CAROLINA VOLUNTEERS. South Carolina has supplied a large force to the Confederate army in the Potomac, and still

THE SOUTH CAROLINA VOLUNTEERS. South Carolina has supplied a large force to the Confederate army in the Potomac, and still

THE SOUTH CAROLINA VOLUNTEERS. South Carolina has supplied a large force to the Confederate army in the Potomac, and still has a good supply of local defenders though they will be hard pressed should the Federalists make good their footing in the State
December 7, 1861 - Illustrated Weekly News - London, London, England
 
THE HEW FLAG OF THE STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA. The particular flag known the sovereignty flag of South Carolina which

THE HEW FLAG OF THE STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA. The particular flag known the sovereignty flag of South Carolina which

THE HEW FLAG OF THE STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA. The particular flag known the sovereignty flag of South Carolina which that State has recently adopted is represented in the annexed Engraving. It is formed of a red ground, with dark blue cross, on which axe
February 2, 1861 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
Rhode Island 4 South Carolina South Dakota 4 ......

Rhode Island 4 South Carolina South Dakota 4 ......

Rhode Island 4 South Carolina South Dakota 4 ...... Tennessee. Texas Utah Vermont.... Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin 12 Wyoming ...». Total . Mom—Total number votes in Electoral College 447 Number of votes necessary to a choice - DOUBTS SUGGESTED
November 4, 1896 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England