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The last chapter in the history of Reconstruction in South Carolina. By F. A. Porcher, President South Carolina Historical Society. Administration of D. H. Chamberlain. Paper no. I. [We deem ourselves fortunate in being able to present the following graphic picture of Reconstruction, so called, in South Carolina, from the pen of the accomplished President of the South Carolina Historical Society, who writes of what he himself saw, and knew, and felt. We only regret that we are compelled to divide this interesting and valuable paper into several numbers:] The history of South Carolina during the period of Reconstruction, from the passage of that act of revengeful hatred, until the liberation of the State by the election of Governor Hampton, is a story so full of horrors that it is not easy for the mind to imagine its reality; and even though one might faithfully report the enormities which were perpetrated under the name of law, (and the bare mention of them would fill a