THE SOUTHERN LITERARY GA
Is published every Saturday, and its Supple
ments on tlielstand 15th of every month, by
Walker, Richards & Cos., at their office,
corner of Broad-street and East Ray, up
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WALKER & JAMES, Book and
Job printers, Nos. 101 and 103 East
Bay, having added to their office, Steam
Power Presses, and large fonts of the latest
kind of Book Type, are prepered to execute
all kinds of Book and Pamphlet Printing in
the very best manner, and at greatly reduced
prices. Also, Job Printing in every variety,
which will be done in the best manner and on
most reasonable terms. Jan 3
TIIE MISSES HATES Seminary wil
reopen on Monday, the sth instant,
Charleston, January 3,1852. 1
COURTENAY <fc YVIENGES, oppo
site the Post Office, Charleston, S. C.,
offer for sale, Miscellaneous Books, Staple
and Fancy Stationery, Cheap Publications.
Periodicals and Newspapers. Orders received
as usual for Foreign Books, Periodicals and
Newspapers, at the corner of East Bay and
Broad-street.. Jan 3
TO TEACHERS AND T R U g -
TEE S . The subscriber offers for
sale a very superior Four inch Condenser
Magic Lantern with Rack-work adjustment
and Solar Burner. He will sell it alone or in
connection with the most complete assort
ment of Astronomical Sliders ever imported
into this region, comprising SIXTY FIX
ED AND TEX ROTARY DIORAM
The Lantern is perfectly new and war
ranted to be unsurpassed bv any in the
South. The whole [or part] will be sold
at a great bargain if early application is
made. Address, post paid,
W. C. RICHARDS.
Charleston, Jan. 3.
SOUTHERN QUARTERLY HIJ-
VIEW. BACK XtMBEItS
The publishers will pay liberally for
copies of the Southern Quarterly Review,
of the following dates :
January and October, 1842-
They can be sent by mail addressed to
“Southern Q-uarterly Review,” Charleston,
’ WALKER, RICHARDS & CO.
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\ AfrS, for the Gazette and School
fellow, the State of South and North Caro
lina, Georgia and Alabama.
Young men of good character and address
can make from SSOO to SIOOO per annum at
the business. Apply personally or by letter,
WALKER, RICHARDS & CO.
References as to character will be
required. Jan 3
CLEVELAND’S Drug and Chemical
Establishment, 207 King-street, below
the bend, Charleston, S.C., has received, in
addition to the former extensive stock, by the
late arrivals from Europe, a large and well
selected stock of Drugs, Chemicals, Perfume
ry and Fancy Articles, which will he sold at
a small advance from the previous cost. The
proprietor now otters one of the most com
plete stocks of French, German, English and
American Drugs, Chemicals, Valuable Fam
ily Medicines, Perfumery, &c., &c. Soaps,
Brushes, Combs, and other Fancy and Mis
cellaneous Articles in this countrv. Also, all
the various Patent Medicines, Pills, Sarsapa
nllas, Liniments, Ointments, Salves, Bal
sams, Syrups, &c., for sale or advertised by
any ot her Drug Establishment in this city.
JOSEPH WALKER, 101 East Bay,
dealer in Paper, Stationary and Ac
count Books, Printing and Book Binding.
Also, Agent for John T. White, Type and
Stereotype Founder : R. Hoe & Cos. Printing
Press Maker ; V. M’Bee & Sons’ Paper Mills,
and ot various Printing Inks. Jan 3
WW. YVILHUR, Auction and Com
© mission Merchant. Charleston, S.
C.„ Merchants and Manufacturers’ Agent.
Collection Broker, Notary Public, &c.
GENERAL ADVERTISING SHEET.
CHARLES SCRIBNER, NewVork,
lias just published Headley’s New
‘Work—The Imperial Guard of Napoleon
from Marengo to Waterloo. By J. T.
Headley. 1 vol. 12m0., with 11 Illustra
IK MARVEL’S NEW YVORK-
Dream Life. By Ik Marvel. 1 vol. 12m0.,
uniform, with Reveries of a Bachelor.
LYNCH’S NAVAL LlFE.—Naval
Life—The Midshipman: Or Observations
Afloat and Ashore. By W. F. Lynch, U
S. A., authorof“Dead Sea Expedition.”
1 vol. 12mo.
‘‘lt is filled with portraitures of naval
life, and must, be read with interest both by
seaman and landsman.”—N. Y. Tribune.
“Teeming with the thrilling eausualties
of hair-breadth ’scapes, which beset the
paths of those who plow the unchafed bos
om of the deep.”—Washington Republic.
“lie narrates many things that occurred
on ship and shore, with a thrilling interest.”
—N. Haven Palladium.
“The incidents are numerous and well
told; the style simple, easy and flowing.”
“Thisis a delightful matter-of-fact, vol.,
for which wepredicta greai many readers.”
“It has all the variety of incident of a
romance, and will draw closely upon the
attention of every reader.”—Courier and
THE CAPTAINS OF THE OLD
WORLD—Their Campaigns, Character
and Conduct as compared with the great
Modern Strategists—from the Persian wars
to the end of the Roman Republic. 15y
Henry W. Herbert, Ivol. 12mo. with Il
“Herbert is one of the most accomplished
scholarsin America, and writes with a force,
precision and elegance, rarely equalled.”—
“Oneofthe most finished and thorough
hooks of the season.”—Springfield Republi
He has done liis work well and invested
the Generals with new interest, which wil!
delight the classic scholar, and give instruc
tion to all who desire to understand old
RURAL HOMES; Or, Sketches of
Houses suited to American Country Life,
with over 10 original plans, designs, &c, —
By Gervase Wheeler. I vol. 12mo. Price,
It commences with first foot-tread upon
the spot chosen for the house; details the
considerations that should weigh in select
ing the site; gives models of building differ
ing in character, extent, and cost; shows
how to harmonize the building with the
surrounding scenery; teaches how healthful
ly to warm and ventilate ; assists inselecting
furniture and the innumerable articles of
utility and ornament used in constructing
and finishing, and concludes with final prac
tical directions, giving useful limits as to
drawing up written descriptions, specifica
tions and contracts.
, “Itis extremely practical, containing such
simple and comprehensive directionsto those
wishing at any timeto build, being, in fact,
the sum of the author’s study and experience
as an architect for many years.”—Albany
“Mr. Wheeler’s remarks convey much
practical information, evince good taste and
a proper appreciation of the beautiful, and
no one should build a rural house without
first hearing what he lias to recommend,”
“Important in its subject, careful and
ample in its details, and charmingly attrac
f ive in style. It gives all the inforr.vation
that would be desired as to the selecting of
sites—the choice of appropriate styles, the
particulars of plans, materials, fences, gate
ways, furniture, warming, ventilation,
specifications, contracts, &c., concluding
with a chanter on intellectual and moral
effect of rural architecture.”—Hartford Re
Y AGAMUNDO j Or the Attache in
Spain. By John E. Warren. 1 vol. 12mo.
INCIDENTS IN THE LIFE OF A
PASTOR. By Re* , Win. YVisner.D.D.
1 vol. 12mo. Price, sl.
UNCLE FRANK’S HOME STOR
IES, By F. C. Woodworth. 6 vols., beau
INDICATIONS OF THE CREA
TOR. By George Taylor, 1 vol. 12mo.
THE EPOCH OF CREATION—The
Scripture Doctrine contrasted with the
Geological Theory. By Eleazar Lord. —
1 vol. 12mo.
For sale in Charleston, bv—
W. R. BABCOCK.
McCARTER & ALLEN.
17EU & II It O TIIE R , Dealer in
w Watches. Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and
Plated Ware, Fine Table and Pocket Cut
lery,and in Fancy articlesgenerally,Madison,
Ga. Jan 3
JOHN V. T A R VER, Exchange
Whart, Savannah, Ga., Factor and
General Commission Merchant, and Dealer
in Grain and Hay. Jan 3
SOUTHERN LITERARY GAZETTE.
A NE W SERIES FOR 2 852,
WITH ENTIRELY NEW FEATURES.
The Publishers of .this popular and well
established Journal, beg leave to announce,
that in compliance with the wishes of hun
dreds of their subscribers, they will com
mence, on the 3d of January, 1852, anew
series of this paper, in a form adapted to
preservation in volumes. It will be printed
upon an imperial sheet, in a quarto form
of sixteen pages, filled with the choicest
variety of original and selected matter. It
will he conducted as heretofore, by Mr. Wm.
C. Richards, aided by an extensive and
efficient corps ofcontributors.
To meet the growing demand for space,
by the awakening talent of the South, the
publishers have determined to publish semi
monthly supplements corresponding in size
with the weekly numbers, thus increasing
the former amount of reading matter one half
during the whole year.
These supplements will be devoted to the
publication of original novels, dramas, and
other important serial contributions, which
would occupy too much space in the weekly
numbers. The first supplement will appear
with the first weekly number, and regularly
thereafter, twice a month. The publishers
are happy to announce as their first great
A SOUTHERN NOVEL, by WM. GIL
MORE SIMMS, LL. D.,
entitled “ The Sword and the Distaff'.”—
Other brilliant original works by Southern
authors will follow in quick successsion, and
this feature of the work can scarcely fail to
find general favour.
To meet the increase of expense occasioned
by these changes; and to warrant the contin
ual improvement of the journal, the subscrip
tion price will he raised to Three Dollars a
year, in advance, for which trifling sum.
eaah subscriber will receive 76 numbers of the
Gazette, making an aggregate of over
TWELVE HUNDRED IMPERIAL
more matter than is furnished by any other
literary paper in the world, for the same
The Publishers will spare no pains or ex
pense to make the new series of the Gazette
surpass its former series, in variety, quality,
and brilliance of material, and they con
fidently appeal to the people of the whole
South to sustain them inftheir purpose and
The Clubbing system will he abolished, as
both inconvenient and unsatisfactory to all
parties. Any person, however, who may
interest himself to procure subscribers,will
he entitled to retain from his collections, one
fifth of any sum under fifteen dollars, and
one-fourth of any sum over that amount.—
Five dollars will be received in advance
payment for two years.
Avery large edition of the new series will
be published and back numbers will be sup
plied to all orders while they last,unlesssDecial
directions are given to the contrary.
Orders must he accompanied by the cash,
and addressed, post-paid, to
WALKER, RICHARDS & CO.,
Charleston, S. V.
N. B. —Editors who will copy,or noticethis
Prospectus, shall receive the Gazette for fke
year 1852. ,
Hymen L. Lipman, importer and
Wholesale Dealer in Fancy and Staple Sta
tionery, offers to the trade at the Stationers’
Warehouse, No. 26 South Fouth-street,cor
ner of Ranstead Place, a full assortment of
the best English, French, German and
American Stationery, including goods from
the celebrated house of Thomas Rhoads &;
Sons, of London, and no pains will bespared
to keep the Warehouse constantly supplied
with Stationery quite as good and cheap as
it can be had either in New-York or Boston.
The newest and most desirable goods will
he constantly forwarded by agents residing
in London and Paris.
Catelagues may he had upon application.
26 South Fourth street.
Philadelphia, Jan 3.
tar NEW VOLUME FOR 1852.
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
MAGAZINE IN THE UNITED STATES
On the Ist of January, 1852, will he pub
lished at Charleston, S. C., the first number
of the Third Annual Volume of
which has been pronounced by some of the
ablest presses and best judges, “The best
andcheapest Juvenile Magazine in the Unit
ed States.” The success of this beautiful
little work during two years has been so
flattering that the Publishers have resolved
to continue it and make it permanent, and
they therefore call upon parents, teachers,
and all interested in the rising generation to
aid them in their efforts to make the School
fellow all that its most flattering judges have
It will he published in the same form as
heretofore and under the same editorial care
and will contain chiefly original articles from
thp nens of Mrs. Caroline Gilman, Mrs.
Joseph C. Neal, Mrs, W. C. Richards, Mrs.
C. W. Du Bose, Miss Tuthill, Caroline
Howard,Miss C. W. Barber,Clara Moreton,
Maria Roseau, Jennie Elder.“ Grand mamma
Hoary Head,” “Mary E.” “E. B. C.’
the Editor, and many other well known
ITS PICTORIAL EMBELLISHMENTS
will be more numerous and beautiful than
before; it will be printed upon finer paper,
and no pains will he spared tomake it a most
charming companion for all good girls and
boys. It will be published on the first of
each month, and will make a volume of
about 400 pages and 100 engravings,
AT ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE.
Any person sending us ten new subscribers,
with the money, can retain one-fifth; if
twenty or more, one-fourth of the subscription
TIIE FIRST THREE VOLUMES,
beautifully bound in gilt muslin, will he
furnished in connection with the third Year
for Four Dollars. To clubs, they will
be supplied at One Hollar for eacn volume.
All orders must be accompanied
withthe cash; if by mail, post-paid, and
WALKER, RICHARDS & CO.
Charleston, S. C.
Editors copying this Prospectus, or
making suitable notice, shall receive a copy
of the work without an exchange. They
will please send marked copies of their pa
pers containing it to the ‘ ‘ Gazette.”
JINGLE XUMfI ER S OF TIIE
£3 Gazette may always be obtained at the
Book Store of Courtenay & Wienges, under
the Office ofthe Gazette.
WALKER, RICHARDS & CO.
Lamps, girandoles, fluid,
feC., N, F. Ripley, 262 King-street,
Charleston, and on Whitehall-fit., opposite
Post Office, Atlanta, Ga,, is now receiving
and will keep constantly on hand, a large
assortment of Fluid or Spirit Gas Lamps,
embracing every variety ol size and pattern;
Girandoles, Vases, Boquet Holders China
Cups and Mugs, Bohemain Glass Wares,
Waiters, Plated and Britannia YVare,, Tea
Setts, Coffee Pots, Urns and Biggins; So
lar, Lard and Oil Lamps, Hall Lanterns,
block Tix and Japanned Ware.
Burning Fluid always on hand of the
Globes, Chimneys and wicks for all de
scriptions of Lamps. Jan 3
HOGAN, PERKINS & CO., Whole
sale Booksellers and Stationers, No.
30 North Fourth street, Philadelphia. Pub
lishers of School, Miscellaneous, Law and
; Medical Books. Manufacturers of Blank
: Books. Inks, Ink Powders, Sealing wax and
! Wafers. Dealers in all kinds of Writing
i and Printing paper.
Wholesale and Retail Booksellers
! throughout the country. Merchants, Public
Officers and Libraries supplied on most ad
Orders by mail, when accompanied with
proper references, promptly attended to.
Jan 3. ts