The former is to be tried at Edwardsville next month—the latter at this place in April.
For Edwardsville, see Flint's Letters, volume ix of our series, note 92.
Edwardsville was incorporated in 1819 and received its present charter in 1872.
Run down one of the poll-books of the Edwardsville precinct, and take the first hundred known American names.
I also had the pleasure to receive at Edwardsville the pamphlet you were so good as to enclose me by mail.
Hough's company frum down Edwardsville way—greener then grass, most ov 'em.
Edwardsville, near the Mississippi river, has a land-office.
Take for example, the Edwardsville district, in which the writer resides.
He then moved in 1819 to Edwardsville, Illinois, where he emancipated his slaves.