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A ROMANCE OF CAROLINA.
BY THE AUTHOR OF
“GUY RIVERS,” “MARTIN FABER,” &c.
“Thus goes the empire down-the people shout,
And perish. From the vanishing wreck, I save
IN TWO VOLUMES,
No. 82 CLIFF-STREET,
Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1835,
By HARPER & BROTHERS, the Clork's Office of the Southern District of New York
SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON, M.D.,
PROFESSOR OF THE INSTITUTES AND PRACTICE OF MEDICINE IN
THE MEDICAL COLLEGE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
This Romance, meant to illustrate a period of time, and portion of history, in a region, for which neither of us can feel other than a warm attachment, is affectionately inscribed, in proof of the esteem for his high character, and the regard for his approved friendship, entertained by
THE AUTHOR. · Summerville, South Carolina.