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The Daily Dispatch: March 30, 1861., [Electronic resource], The trade of Charleston since Secession. (search)
he appearance of this gentleman, as a spectator, in the Hall of the House of Delegates yesterday, attracted the attention of members and visitors. Mr. Cralle was a daily visitor to the same Hall twenty-eight years ago, during the debate on Federal relations, growing out of the South Carolina nullification movement; he being at that time the editor of the "Jeffersonian and Virginia Times." the organ of the Calhoun State-Rights party of this State. Mr. Cralle was afterwards associated with Duff Green in the control of a State-Rights journal at the Federal capital. He acquired an enviable reputation as a vigorous, classic, and caustic writer, and an original thinker. He is extensively known as a "star contributor" to the political and literary journals of the country. He was a confidential friend of the great Calhoun; was connected with him in the State Department during Tyler's administration, and is now the literary executor of the great Carolinian, in accordance with his last will