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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 September 1840

.-J : TEIIMS OF TIIE VAICIIICAIV. lIENRY D. MASEEH,? Ptratisrisa ah JOSEPH EISELY. $ PnortUKTORe. ' 4 - it. B. jn-ASSEH. Editor, . . orrtci i mKRT stuikt, Wfati mil. 'THR " AMERICAN' ia'published every Satur. ,li1ey el TWO itOt.LARS ir annum Id bo paid half yearly In advance. No paper disrontin ' ned ti l Lt r-nragps are paid. No subscription received for a les period thm ix tsniT All rmnmoiiication or letter on busim-a relating- to Ihe office, to insur caitcnlion, Tnnst he POS T PAID "A. -f . HYMX. The following original hymn was sung by llie Vhildren of the Rev, Mr. Pierpnnt's Sunday -chool. Boston, on Monday last, in a sequestered pni in Xewton.to which they had rejiaited futa rural eel cbralioni tii the at ill air rejoice ' i v.B every vouihful Voice ' : k S Blended in nnei . While we renew iUr strain . v To Him with joy again. V V-'VV; Who send the evening rain, t. '.. And m irning sun. " - V Ilia hand in lieauty gives Each flower and i hut that live, Each gunny rill, Springs! ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 September 1840

tno-n fticKfttii a nffontnn. The Trl.il or Dr. LnrAucrs Our London papers by the steamers, arc lordly occupied wiih the eitraord nary 'rial of Pr. Lard, ncr, ihr celebrated writer and lecture t on ihe to,im ergtrio, who tome time tines tan away with tlt wlf.i of Cap. Iteavlside. It wet tlne.1 I y the counsel for tht plain iff, that the unhappy It 'y was the c?iJgMer of Colonel Pp;cer, formerly t,f theJ 12'h hi en, and tince residing tt the Chateau de depicture, in the pariah of Outreau, Dologne. In the year 1823, Mr. Heaviside, ihe plaintiff, whose mother wat a titter of Colonel Spicer't, wcat to Bologne, and for the fi.l time taw Mie Mary 8pi ce hit first Cous!n,"nd the only child of Colo: el Ppicrr. The marriage took p'tce on the 17ih of July. 1P?4, at St. Michael's Church, Bath. It wot a nurringe of pure affection, for Captain Hnvisido hud ample meant to matte him care hut litt'e about the fortune of hit wife. He made a aettltment of XI 0,000 uponMtt. Heavislte, which wat trcured...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 September 1840

linci tho Unki to tn immediate rmomptimi. Like I - h .n iKa imr.n,Iinr .Unonr. tie stood rradv to sacrifice himecif, if ncceassry, to ease the nri-ole. Hi conduct on Uaia occasion t elicited the applauae of every honest and liberal minded man in the country. Where then waa ibe 6unhuiy O trite, and it kindred pint, the Milt, n Lftlftert Did they Ihen come ml aid manfully ninori th. governor in this Irving emergency! No! The first number of the Oatettc, Hfer t:e ni.ri .l mi- - aiienl ai deilh upon the au' I r - lect. waiting to aee its tiTd- upon the people, but M.itv m sinke at the governor wtiencv. r a fav. re e o. onituniiv iniijhl occur. The almuai unanimous rep. n- ol the t rople in hi liiv-r, compi lied hem toretr e iherabpst and in the next number of the G.ite'tc. the gov limr wna mo t elTcctnally iil9min.l with fuinl nraiae " in a mnk '.nil wa'er article, both roi.Uemning and approving 01 n a course In the meanwhile, ttie Ledger, w.tn a ill lea niu.leiice.eoinm.nr.d hi tn-ane ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 September 1840

""Who Could liavo relieved it f a em -hat rxit. There lifcil in Vinn, young mnn of funk and fortune, who bare e strong rescmb'ancc t many other young men of that and every clly, for he was dupe to nil ihe follies of fashion and hgh life, lie combined a flexible heart wl.h a handsome per son j it hul cost hi' rmt er a great dm to rnik him what is a i a p i py ; b t by lnd fmigihlc diligence, ahe ha I at last flV led her ptupn-c. A I the lactic con qi et t'y, loved Mitt, an I he h.vid thorn ail in mr". It is siid ihai mic cr twi- e hi at'achmcntt have even hern of more than n month's i uration. but m v.j did he impo e any re straint upon himself ot tho olject cf hi" iiflTtction, hy nn iikson-e fid liiy. He possosooel the nicet p 'er or perception, whenever any wnr I nr lwk a im nonid him to victory, I ut he always hiid the poo l manners to pny every attention t.i tho clock when it summoned tho hour of parting. With these qualifications he was certain of uc cri wiih the Indies. Me paid...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 19 September 1840

BOTBUffiY ' AMERICAN. rmtiMopAovniTKixo. 1 piara 1 insertion, ftO Erl) 1 do S do .0 75 1 do 8 dj . . 1 oo Every subsequent Insertii n, 0 J5 Yearly Advertisements, with the privilege at HENRY D. MA8HER, JOSEPH EI8ELY. J ri'itiamni abb S PnnrRiKToRt. orrtCt IK KKIIT TRRT, KAR DIER.' THE AMERICAN" U Published every Satur AND SHAXKOKIW' JOURNAL. alteration) one column (23. i half column, 19; three equttri, (1) two square. 9 I onesqusre, $&. Witheul the privilege of alteration a liberal i discount will he nude. day nl TWO DOLLARS per annum lo lie paid half yearly in advance. No paper dicuntin. ued til ALt atrearngr ore paid. No subscriptions received for a less period than Absolute acquiescence in the decisions of the majority, the vital principle of Republic, from which there is no appeal but to force, the viul principle and immodiate parent of despotism. Jrtaso . Advcrtisemonts left wi'hout directions a to t! length of time the are to be published, will bo I continued until ordered...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 19 September 1840

- L - I - I" .11,. J. .'"-. rcisccutloM 'of the Jews la I ho Kiwt. Transition of Hebrew Letter written by Abula rla, father of the individual who if reported by M. Fieri to havo embraced Mahomedanistn whiUt under torture." 'Concerning the calumnies at Dnmnscus, a plot wg hatched, and they agreed to acrid away a priest who belonged to the French quarter, in order to accuse us oi having murdered ium. They alleged 1st, That the priest entered the Jew'e ttreet the day he was missing (the strict was a thoioughfaro,) and was not seen to loave it. The Jews answered, tint he lift the street cer tainly on the other side but this would not satisfy the in. ' The Jewa assembled in nynngoguo, and decried, under pain of excommunication, that any one who knew of, or had seen the priest, should dec-lure it. A Jew, who feared God, answered directly, that he w.,s a dealer in tobac.u, and lived in (he suburbs of the city, one hour's distance from the Jewa' quar ters, and near to dusk he saw the priest...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 19 September 1840

J 1 . - L . - ' . 1 . 1 I'lll and rollfllN, vs. Talcs nml Anecdotes. , The last Sunhury Osr-ette soya, we fill no inlc ret in the success of the democratic party, because we hnve utilised "tales and anecdotes" just before the election, and say nothing of the "reign of lorror," and "Buckshot war." And yet strange aa it may appear, Mr. Youngman haa devoted about one half of hit last pnpei to us. Did lie intend to nply to the tales or the anecdotes! Was it hi design to make war upon them, aa L)in Quixotte did upon the wind-mills t The readers of the Gazstlo have teen guzzleJ o long wilh pills and politics," that the editor big ins to think ihry can swallow uothing else. The truth is, we can give our Traders as much, if not more politics than he daes, and have room enough left for a tale or two, foieign ncw, .See, and at least score of anocdoies. If he docs not like tales, we will give him this week an " Irish Story" to digest. At the some time, we would advise him to tuke care that his...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 19 September 1840

:z7 A1V IRISH STORY. An extract from Mr. leer't laughable Irish St'jrieg, called radily and the Fox, They my, at latt afther many year uf ptospei. ity, Ihnt the oulJ colonel got stricken In years, an J he begun to have roisgivin's in his conscience (or his wicked doin's, and hit heart was heavy a the few of death kem upon htm and, sure enough. while he had such murnful thought, ihu DiviJ kem to him, and towld him, he should go with him. " Wei', to be sure, the ould man was fickencn'-d, lilt he plucked up his courage and his cuenrs and towld the Divil, in a bnnthcriu' way, j iking like, that he had parlic'Iar busiueas thin, that he was going to a party, and hoped an ould friend would'nt inconvaynience him that ivway." " Well," said I, laughing at the put off of going to a party, " the Divil, of course, would take no excuse, and caniod him off In a fl h of fire I" ' Oh no, sir," answered the old man, in some thing of a reproving, or, at least, l (Tended tone, " that's the finish, I kn...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 26 September 1840

TFJMIS OF TIIU "AMERICAN." HENRY n. MA8SER,? PuitusriEiis and JOSEPH EISELY. i PROPRIKTORS. II. H. JTMStWR, Editor. oVflCS IK MARKET TOUT, NEAR ER. THE " AMERICAN" it published every Satur- lay at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearairea are paid. No subscriptions received for loss period thin at mouths. All communications or letters on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. We commend the following beautiful line, which, we presume, judging fiom the delicate hand, are from the pen of a fair correspondent. We truat we tohall hear from hor frequently J FOIl THE AMERICA. THE PAST. I stKP-r, anJ o'er my wandering tenses came A scene of childhood, beautiful and bright ; - Methought I rushed again with joyous bound To groet the coming of the new-born day, And taste her mnrry-scentod otfroue breath. Fair nature spread a rich and boundless store To charm my sight ; the rainbow-tinted flower Unclos...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 26 September 1840

fJov. Porter's Keply, TO THE riTTSDURO COMMITTER. lUunisnvRn, 24ih August, 1810. Oiht,-t:m's' i Previously to my doparturo from Pittsshurg, I hail 'ho honor Id receive yours of the. 13:h inst., in vitirtg mr, on behalf of " the great m-iRn of my uY nucraiic fellowcitizon of Pitubnrg and vicinity, l- paituko of public cnlerlainimlH to bo given in testimony of their reject ami personal esteem, and of their confidence in ma as the Chief Magistrate of tlm commonwealth," I regret that prior en gagements and absence from (ho Kent of Uovern mint for a considerable ptrloj precluded the posi bility of my remaining longer in Tilt burg, I have b. en indeed so piesscd fur time that I have not had on oppoituiiity of acknowledging the receipt of your letter, until my arrival at this place. I beg you to aceppt my sincere th inks for -this miiiifcsta tiou of approbation on the ( art of my democratic ftllowcitizens of Pittsburg Aid its vicinity, nnd to assure thoso whom you represent, haw graifying ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 26 September 1840

Fncfn for Ihc People. The Sunbury Gaxette I trying to make tome f ;ts readers believe that Charles W. Hegins, is well a ourselves, were opposed to Gov. Porter. Now we appeal to Mr. Ynungman himself, and ask him as en honest man, to say whether Charles VV. He gins and ourselves have not always been among tho veiy warmest of Gov, Porter's friends. We ask Mr. Youngm.in,bccBuso he has strong and go d rcnon to know xvhi thcr we were so or not. We ask him whether we have not been even a toarmcr supporter of all his mcasuri a than ho himself. Mr. Youngman knows nil this, and has proof upon proof, and as an honest ninn we dare him to deny it if he can. Dont he himself say, in his last paper, that ". B. Manser brought us an article for pub lication, he mid, at the request of Mr. 1 logins, which was far from being a 'mitk and water' coif cern t there was no mistaking, it was a real fire brand it toek hntd of the PcnnsyhaniqJ&eper ter, Spirit of the Times, and others, and gave them a sound...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 26 September 1840

An Incident foiindctl on Vntt. I I was tilting at my window lo-Jay, (Sunday) and I saw a laboring man passing on (lie sidc-w.dk rather poorly cluJ, and his clothe soiled with wear. 1 instantly remarked the contrast which his person al appearance presented to the fashionable throng that had just awopt along In all the gay atiire of a holiday. I was ahout to philosophise upon the con trial and speculate upon the chrqucred scenes cf human existence, when I saw the man atoop ami pick up two small pieces of coin. A smile or joy seemed to pass ovor hia countenance as he looked at them and placed them in his pocket, t ri joicod with him, for ho seemed to he hoppy. How little thought I, fills the poor man's heart with gladness That was a trifle, the loss of which a rich man would never know, and yet it has made this poor hard lolioiing man happy. Tt rhaps ho had a fami ly In want, and now enjoys the anticipated delight of relieving them. Possibly it was a little Godornil to supply the neces...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 October 1840

TERMS OF THE " AMERICAN." HENRY B. MA83ER, Pcattsiitas ad JOSEFH EISELY. S PaoraiiToiit. It. U. JHJSSEM, Editor, orrici in mitiT itrsbt, kia . THE AMERICAN" ii published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per ennum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a less period than six mohtbi. All communications or letters on business relation to tho office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. rom tbi AMiaiciw. THE JtO H ,V.Vfi STJIHt We are glad to perceive that we have added another name to ihe list of our fair co'respondents. Lines, like the following, will always be accepta ble, and welcome to a place in our columns. Fairest of stars ! last in the train of night, That crown's! the smiling morn With thy bright circlet 1 praise hirn thy sphere." MltTOK. Thou glorious harbinger of day, That coin's! before the earii.v dawn, Dancing amid thy starry way, Arid usher'et in the rosy morn. Herald of gladness! beauteous st...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 October 1840

Corresponacnce. rintiniLrin, August SOlh 1840. To the Hon. M. Vw Burnt, Prrs.id.nt of the UnireJ State TJsa ?m Tle utrdeT-igne.l, a porl'on of your fellow citizens, rrnictt your answer to the follow ing queries : '' Are you in favor of IVtcctive Tsiifl'? ' TJid yoa ote for, or rapport property qunlifl tion fat tut rs, m the convention of New York 1 Are you in favor of reducing the atandarJ of wa ge t ; Whr thcr you are in favor of the Socrcary of War' plan for organizing the M litin 1 These questions aro not mod.' for the tun pose of unfriendly criticism, but only from a sincere with tj have your own view on these subjects. Your f How citizens, isaac lipitnoott, wm. r.poits, G. HAIXS, N. B.EVANM, A. 8. FHEEMAN. JOSEPH FRAVER. Dir.ct to Isaac Lippincott, No. 210 Callow hill ctrcet. Washirotox, Sept 14, 1810. G!Ttl!MK!t , 1 have reci Wed your letter propounding to me evrral questions upon publ c subject, and ensu ring me that they are not put for the purp ee of unfriendly otiticism, h...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 October 1840

tho support of the government of thin common wealth, passed Feb. 7ih. 1814, be, and (he m in hereby revived, to lake effect from the S5lh day of D.r-mher, A V. 1838 Anil on ihe question, will the house agree to the me 1 The yeas and nays were rrqnlicd by Mr. Fcgelf and Mr Miller of D iks, nnd are follows, viz: YEAS. Mwi Brittain, CraMi, Fi-hr, Hamlin, Htoti, Hulchina, Laverly, M Clnran, Ne-hilt, Sheriff, O II. Smith, T. S. Smith, Watts. Wll.ox. 14. NAYS. Messrs, Anderson, Andrew. B irslnw, Broilhoad, Bruner, Butler, Ca. others, Carnvntcr, Casscl Cle, Colt, CoollMUgh, Crrey. Criin. J. Cunningham, T. . Cunningham, Dorr, D llcr, DoiicI.ib. Khr roan, Evans. F it' ly. Field. Flcnni'iin, Fo-tcr, O r en, Craw. H EG INS Hrlff nsh in, U. O. Herr, J. Herr, Hill of Be Its Hdl of Westmoreland, Hoae, James. Jons, Keim, Kcndig, Kerr, Keltlewell, Kin xlc, Konigmachcr. I.on j, Loneaker, Love, Lny, M Done I, M-E'wee, M'Kmstry, M.Mitdius, Morti mer, Morion, Morrison, P.irk. Penniman, Penrose, Tray, P...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 October 1840

TllU WAR WITH i A. Bt TrtOSlS ROOD, 'Mistress of horelf, though China fall." Pope. I can't understand it !" sajd my uncle, throwing down on tho tnblo the pamphlet be had been read Ing, and looking up over tha flre-ptaco at the great picture of Canton, painted by hi elder brother when he Was mam of an East Indiaman. My aunt was seated beside my undo, with her cotton-box, I laying at working and cousin Tom was working at playing, in cornor. Aa for my father and my self, we had dropped in m usual after walk, to lake cur tea, which, through an old connection wiih Cathy, wai certain to bo first rate at tho collage. Why on earth," continued my uncle, "why on rnrth we should go to war about the Opium busi ness quite passes my comprehension." And mine Joo," chimed in my aunt, whose bent was to put in a word and put out an argument, aa often its she had an opportunity ; "I alwaya thought Opium wa a lulling, euothing eort of thing, mora likely to compoeo pceple'e passions than to stir them op...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 October 1840

TERMS OF THE " AMERICAS." UNBUMY AM1KIGAN. li:iES OF AnVEllTlSlXQ. I square 1 Insertion, f0 AO 1 do . do . . 0 75 I do 8 dj a 1 0(1 Every subsequent in erti n, 0 85 Yearly Adveitisemeuta, f with the privilege of) alteration) one eolutnn 25 half column, $18, three auan, $12 1 Iwo squares, f 8 one square, $5. Without the privilege of alle.atioa llboral , discount will be inado. Advtitisemenls left without directions as to the length of time tbea are to be published, will ha continued until ordered out, and chargad ooord ingly. (Sixteen iines make a sqdare. Paixcs Luc is ad His Fihawcxs. The trial of this unfortunate yotiug man, will koep Parisian curiosity alive for the next three months, and will assuredly present a singular prologue to the cert monies thai are to t .ke place in the same capital in honor of the remains of hia illustrious uncle. Il aeeras tbat the Fiench Government was well swats) of ihe projects of Louis Bonaparto, and for long HENHV II. MASSKR, JOSEPH ElsEI.Y. Pl'BU...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 October 1840

FB0 THB lOOTHRBStB. The MUlita Sjatcm. In our last (July 4th) we gave a digest of the various plans proposed for the rc-organixution of the militia, from the time of Washington to that ef Jacks hi, with eome remarks upon each ? and, in oiJer that better comparison may b maJe be tween them end that proposed nnder the present administration j and that fair judgment may U firmrd of the justico or Injustice of Major Camp bell's remarks upon Mr. Poin ell's recommcnuV tiens, we place the whole consecutively together lot. The plan of Washington. The whole militia to be divided Into Ibree clas cat 1st. Claw Advance Corps yourg men IS to 20 year of age. 2d. Class Main Corp men from 21 to 45 years of age. 3d. Clase Reserve Corpa men from 43 to 60 years of ago. The whole of the Advance Corps to be at the expense of the United State An annual Camp of Ducipl no t j be held for tl.ii ty day a. Commissioned officers only to be pai.l. Estimated expenses, $390,000 yearly, which mul tiplied by 6, acc...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 October 1840

4 9w -Remlvtit, That the firsl section of an act, enti tled en del reducing ihe a daiios of -umlry public officer-, nl daily p'y of mcni' of (ha lgi: ture. pawed January 18 h,a. D. 1821, be, ml ihe eame i hereby repealed, ..nd ibe said act, to Wiich tli in i supplement, eniitl.d an act prolding for th support of the government of lliii common wealth, paved Fib. Till, 1814, be, ami Ihe nine l heteby revived, to take effect from the 2 6 ill day of December, A. D. 1838 And on the question, wil. the houte agree 10 ihe Mini1 1 . The yeas nml nay were required by Mr. Feg.ly end Mr Miller of U.-rk, nml are a follows it: YEAH Mes.-e Bri'tain, Cral.h, Fi h 't, Hamlin, Hei..ii, Hulchina. Levari, M Claran, Ne bllt. Sheriff, G. JtSmito, T. . Smith, Watts, Wilcox. 14. - FAYS. ' Me-. Anderson, Andiewe, B-trsmw, Brndhfad, Bruner, Butler, Carothera, Carpenter. Casscl Cole, Coll, Coolh.iiiih, Crrey. Crispin, J. Cunningham, T. S. Cunningham, Dare, D Her, Douglas, Ebr man, Evana, F. rcIv. Field, Flenn...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 October 1840

to tiik rrnijc, i In submitting to the public the firt nrJnVors of I the "American," it may be deemed iiicuinli t on j uk a- tier rsiar jr an J proper lo make few observe- i timi in relation in the etablihment of thia pr.es, Hid ll, course which its conductors inti nd to pur sue in its publication. Tie age in which we live hue been truly styled the age of improvement, whkh no power on earth can arret in in progress. I'he Application of ateam to the various purposes of at i, and the more recent discovery of melt ing iron with anthracite coal, promisee to Pennsyl vania result that cannot be too highly osti mated. The great valley of the Susquehanna I noon dee lined to Income the tlx Aire oft now c ne of en terprize Mid industry, which may well excite the astonishment of thoae who are unacquainted with Li t inexhaustible df posile of Co I and iron. , Her rugged hill and solitary wastes, heretofore deemed worthies, are now eagerly sought after for the coal ai.d iron which they contain, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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