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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 April 1848

; i '' e 'V ' . B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFICE, CORNER 01 CENTRA ALLEY & MARKET STflKET. SI iTamfla iittospaptv 33cotct to Jjolftfcs, aftrouurf, ittornlHj?, jFowfflii an-J.Bcmestfc ltas, Scfciuc sn the Slrts, aorftttUu'rr, iftarfuts, amusements, fcc. SUNBUUY, NOimiUainERLANl) COUNTY, -PA., SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 184S. OLD SERIES VOL. 8, NO. 27. TMWIS OF fKIllClAlV. run AMRBICAN i pnUi'iel nhy at TWO 1)(f.l.AKiK!raninwiti I pl hall yearly in advaecu. .V. paper dineonlimi-d mil" "rrc.'iniSrs ore p-iid. All e.ninmnieutioiiii " tellers on hri rebuilt In Itic piVe, to inin.re oil-"" "' '""" ' (,f?i PA1U TO Cl.VBS. Tlircc copies to one address, Stf el) .s,vni 1' l,r "l 00 Fifteen D" 90 0I1 f i e dollnrs in ndvnnce will pay for three year's sulatrip IKii to the American. hie Square (if 18 lines, 3 limes, -Kverv surffcipicnt insertion, 1 (Ine fqnnre, JFtiionllis, Six ITlolltUl. One -ivafj- -' PuiwicsflrijwlA o" Five lines, per annum, Alerehnnl i and otliers. ndverlUini; by tlm year...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 April 1848

li taut Ik DnehMs ef Orltwns had arrived It tat pke with hot two sons. Tha Prin ttea 4009 ftppMNd t Um left door, tccotnpa Bbtd bj tb ft prince and the Dukes de Nonoura and Moarprasier. The young Court do Paris entered first, lied by one of the membejtt of the House. He penetrated with difficulty as far as the semicircle, which was crowded with officers and soldiers of the National Guard. His presence produced a UtelT unbrenion on the assembly. Almost immediately afterwards the Duchess entered and seated hrolf in an arm chair between her two sons. The hall was then forcibly entered by a multitude of armed men of the lower orders and National Guards. The princess and her children then retired to one of the tipper benches of the centre, opposite the presiden tial chair. . The greatest agitation and uprdar prevai led, and when silence was restored M. Dupin rose and announced to the assembly that the King had abdicated in favor of his grandson, and conferred the regency on the Duchess o...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 April 1848

ITEMS EDITORIAL and SELECTED. Bl'SIXESS NOTICES. Our young friends, Porter & English, Commission Merchants, No. 3 Arch st. Philadelphia, inform their Wends, through our columns, that they are well prepared to supply them with articles in their line. They are business irfen of the right stamp. Wm. G. Maso, Engraver &c, 46 Chest . nut st. has may useful and fancy articles for sale, that cannot be found every where. P. R. Mc'Ncille, 103 Chestnut street, ofl'ers to the public, great inducements in the purchase of clothing, of which he al ways has on hand splendid assortment. Charles Adams, No. 19 Arch st. Phila delphia, has a handsome assortment of staple goods, particularly linens and furnishing goda, and a number of other splendid ar ticles, as descrsbed in his advertisement. His establishment will well repav the trouble of a visit. Watkinson & Hall, No. 7J south 2nd st. also advertises an elegant assortment of spring dry goods. They are well prepared to accommodate the la...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 April 1848

GEMS OF. POESY. tax ktuulVq . Bf J. O. Wkittier. feapkiffcltearant wintry bcmf : II as taa th fUa tnta ! iU gift be aotatrs posnd ricam Wr Itviabrsi bora ! Utisfts- leas), cnl gtan " Thkln trtoatae, Ttecnnf iU soaty pn T i I ri.l baa the via. W tctasr am Ifca kardy u Tj rftnr aa rhea the atona and drift Ova knol Seaf witst eow. Ami arasaua fnra ad rnf, Aa) aamr Dotsink la ttaa wwal, Wa aVerTed ate arcd o'er hi3 and phi in, Bmaarta ake u of May, Aad frtyairaul froea out tpruotiiif aimin TW r UBamniT. AJ1 throak lb bnf brigM daya of Jun Its leaves ar w gmai aad lair, ad waved at k.t nuiteunzner! Bona ha suit and ytB-wksur. Ami anw witst Autumn's mot niirfit cyca luaamt bote amesae. Wt srk away the buatcd taaraa, And bear the treanere toe. Their richer fan the tabled girt Ot" f-jfcka aianren of usd, Fair basal, the br-jken grata aholl shirt, Anrl knead its meal of g-jU L rapid alters LA in (ilk Ar mad (hat stly btanl, tstvt- aa t!:e b ivri of aimp ami milk By kmuasyoa fceaaty p tared. ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 April 1848

t V NB 10 A M l". B T ifi A : ti i tin ii it ii it ii 11 j 11 i II. B. MASSEll, EDITOK AND PltOHUETOR. NEW SERIES VOL. 1, NO. 2. TERMS OF THE AMERICA'. "Till! AMERICAN 1 pnl.lWied every &ituniy at TWO DOLLAHS per annum t le paid hull yearly In advanru. Mpipaper diacmtinucd nmil all arrenmiri- are pniil. Aii communimttlnna iir Icttern on btifinera relating to the office, In Uuure altentinn, main lie POST I'AID. TO. CLUES. Three copica to one addrcaa, 8', 00 ievcn lo Io 10 no Fifteen Do Do auiio ; F ive dnllara in advance will pay for three year", mbacrip 'tion 10 the American. - One Square of 1(1 line, 3 time., ' Every aubacqncnl him-rlion, One Square, 3 mouiha, month., Ono year, tusinca Card, of Five line, per anmim, Mcrchanta and other., arivcrtndns; by the year, with the privilege of inserting dif ferent advertiacmenta weekly. tS" Larger Advertisement, a. per agreement. f 100 as S.TO 375 cito 3 00 1000 H. B. MASSES., ATTORNEY AT LAW, 8UITBTJRV, PA. DuslnMia eitetideil In in ih...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 April 1848

V VXIOHT 9T LOUS "HIIAiPPE A1TD FAMILY, j The official statement (hat the ex-King of ths French end his family had tended in Eng. lend, hee been fully Confirmed, end it now appears that their arrival took p lnce t New haven, on Friday, the 3d of March. The i following details of their escape, landing, end subsequent journey to Clateniont, will be Interesting : The King reached the chateau, at Drcux, on tho night of the 24th. It was stated that on hk arrival there he had only a solitary firs-franc pieco in his pocket. That he had Ten this was owing to the presence of mind of the Queen, who, remembering in the hurry of leaving tho chateau that they were with out money, returned, at some risk, to a bureau in which were few hundred francs. These, however, scarcely ssrved to defray the expen ses of the journey. A letter from Dreux says " Louis Phillippe mrrived at the chateau here. A si ppcr was sent out for amongst the public eating housor of the town. Ho slept at the chateau, after hav...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 April 1848

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SttAMOKIN JOURNAL. ITEMS EDITORIAL md SELECTED. BUSINESS NOTICES. Sunbury Ferry. Messerg. Speece and Lenhart, give notice, that they are prepa red and always ready to convey passengers, teami &c., across the ferry at this place. They are obliging and careful men, and re provided with excellent crafts. Persons in want of Fire and Thief Proof Iron Chests, Refrigerators &c, would do well to call on Evans Watson of Philadel phia, who have a large assortment always on hand. See advertisement in another -column. Pianos. Conrad Myer's celebrated Pi anos, are so well and so favorably known among musicians, that we will only say to those who want a good instrument, to try them, which can be done by calling on the editor of the American who is an agent for the sale of these Pianos. See advertise ment. ET' The Poem, entitled the "Harvester," in another column, is a well written pro duction. It is a new theme, descriptive of a wonderful invention. KF" Lindsay Priest...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 April 1848

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. GEMS OF POESY. THE RATE OF BOftAPARTE. As sung by the Eddy Family. On a lone "barren isle where iho wild waving billow, Assails the item rock and the loud tempest rave, The hero lies still, while the dew dropping willow, Like fond weeping mourners, leaned over the grave. The lightning may flash, and the loud thun ders rntllo lie heeds not, he hears not, he's free from all pain :. ' - Ho sleeps his last deep, he has fought his last battle, No sound can awake him to glory ngain. 3h shade of the mighty, whero now are the legion 1 That rushed but to conquer when thou led'st them on, Alas ! they hare perished in far distant re eiotvs, . And all save ths fame of their ttinmplt is gone. The trumpet may sound and the loud can non rattle, They heed not. they hear not, they're free from all pain, They sleep their lust sleep, they hare fought their lost" battle, No sound can awake them to glory again. Yet spirit immortal, the tomb cannot bind thee ! For l...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 April 1848

1 urn A M W D T iH k m i vi iv II II ii n ii ii . i 1 1 0 H. B. MASSES, EDITOR AND PKOl'BIETOB. OFFICE, CORNER OF CENTRE ALLEY &. MARKET STREET. 3 SFamUn ilctospaprr-artotrt to Dolftfcs, attcraturr, jworalftg, jFovtlgn an Bomcstfc jictog, Scfcitct anb the swa, acrfcttlturr, .fttarttcis, amusements, e. SUNIIUJIY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA., S ATUR D A Y, ATR IL1 3, NEW SERIES VOL. I, NO. 3. OLD SERIES VOL. 8, NO. 39. 1 AL 1YJL JUJ.-JL-U; JL i iL TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THE AMERICAN ia publialieil every Batimhr ut TWO IKII.I.AItt per nmmm tu be paiil hall jrenrly III ailvnnre. No naier diwaitinned until all arrrnroirra nrr iri. All cimniiinieationa nr Icttera "n laieineea r.-taling 1 1 the office, to iiuure attention, mum be POST l'All). TO CI.t'BB. Three copies to one aiUlrcaa, eVIOU K-vrn lo in mi Fifteen 1 l)o 4000 Five rliUm-a In advance will pay for three year'i fubscrip liun to the American. One Stqunra of 10 linca, 3 timra, Kverv auheeqnent inwnion, One Square, 3 montha, Hi ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 April 1848

1 " SUNBURY AMERICAN AN D SH AM0K1N J O U B N AL. ARRIVAL Of THB STEAMSHIP WASHINGTON. WISE HAT tvJaTE WEtm. HIGHLY IMPORTANT. u of HUSCE M'ftPENDF.D CASH AT. VemtESCfJiFRST OF A FIXASCIAL REVULSIOX IS FRANCE. Peaceful Progrt.it of the Revolution in F rant Riot and Revolution in Vienna Resigna- ' " tton and Flight cf Print Metternieh Riot and Destruction of kit House Riot and Jtrvolttfton in Berlin Contest between the Mlilar) and the Peo)dc-Tke King 0 Prus sia Frightened and ObtinateAll Europe " in a Stale of. Revolution Accouchment of the Qwen of England Stale of the Mar kets. Af., $r. - New Iorl, Aptil 7. Tin Steamer Washington has just arrived villi Liverpool dates of the 21 at of March. will receive from our hands the new-born Republic. From that flay all will be saved. When the nation, by the hands of iu repre sentatives, shall have seized the republic, the republic will be strong and great, like the nation; holy, like the idem cf the people; imperishable, like the country, pat...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 April 1848

'7-','-r' . SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHaMOKIN' JOURNAL. ITEMS EDITORIAL ind SELECTED. BUSINESS NOTICES. Green's Oxygenated bitters roa Dy9 pETSln.1 In our advertising colums, our readtTS'will find me certificates of the great Taloe of thi new medicine, for the cure -of dyspepsia. These certificates are from the Tilghest sources, and can be relied on as authentic Daocbrhbotytos We refer our readers to Messrs. Collin's advertisement. We need say no more than that Mr. Collins wants no dther recommendation than an inspecfion of his rorV. It will spnak for ttseK. IE? Mrs. Follmer, in a card, calls the attention of the public, to her Milinery and other goods, jnst received. ThX:. S. Senate and the French Rppubllr. A joint resolution tendering the congratulu- tions of (he TJnited States to the puople of France. Resolved, ly ihe Senate and House of Repre sentatives of the United States of America in 'Congress assembled, That in the name and be lialf of the American people, the congratula tions ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 April 1848

I SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. &vmtvt Department. aapajiaois. ' ""This moat valuable root. "Ho who has a food bed of asparagus," says an old adage, , b hi peas ready sown, and may pluck an tarlier mess than ha who sows in the spring." ' The young asparagus plants are . the best vubatiruto for green peas of which we have 'any knowledge. The cultivation of the root is txtrernely oasy, an vast quantities are rai- ' aed annually t small expense. Being a ma rine plant, salt is ono of the best stimulants that can be applied. In weeding asparagus ', we never apply the hoe ; we make the weed ing and manuring one labor, as the salt which we applv, (in solution, very strong,) while it acts as a healthy and invigorating stimulant to the plants, destroys effectually by its sa line properties, all the weeds in the bed. We usually apply a dressing of old, well rotted manure in the fall, and in the spring, as soon as th5 plants make their appearance, com mence watering, the solution,...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 April 1848

N.B AMEE J, . JUL 1 10 H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR' OFFICE, CORNER 01 CENTRfc ALLEY & MARKET STREET. ft jramfls flctospaprr-Pcbfttcb to aiolftfcg, aftcratttrc, jworalfis, jTorccpn an Domwtfc iletos, Scfntce an the arts, aortcurturr, tfrmets, amusements, c. NEW SERIES VOL. I, NO. 5. SUNUUHY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, APRIL 89, 184S. OLD SERIES VOL. 8, NO. Ul, dsmftvs.jf rt .wrists vjfissr ea a a J2 TUItlrlS OF '11112 AMERICA. THE AMERICAN It puMished every Saturday at TWO Aflf LbAnr, per annum w uc pmu nan yearly 111 nuvance. No paper diK mtltiueu until all arreamgea are paid. All cormnunlcatiuns or Icttera on buniiicNi relating tj the office, to insure attention, must be TOST PAID. TO CLUBS. Three copie to one address, Ski 09 Hcvcn i lo vo 10 00 I-'ittc-n Di Dj so 00 Five dollars in advance will pay fur three year's sulscrip. ti n to the American. , h Squnre of 10 linn, 3 times, ' Rrerj eobBeqeenl Insertion, 'One Squnre, 3 month!:, 'Stk m mtha, t . One Tri ll...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 April 1848

ARRIVAL OF THE SARAH SANDS. II DAYS LATHI FROM ECROFC. tub R6vdLtrnariN lombardy sue CESSFUL-AUSTtUANS EXPELLED. OF SARDINIA PROCLAIMED KlSQ OF LOMBARDY. DECLARED AOAiNST AUSTRIA. MtTMHtt c"r FrekcB ap Rumiam Troop. JUaroUaf ettrte Ireland. Entope in IW Vmwrrf WaI Tar be tween ln7rf Germany and Russia Poland tk Battle Ground Warsaw Destroyed. The news it tery important, and a European war seems inevitable Poland seeinsdeMined to bo the battle-ground of a war between Germany and Russia. . Francs is getting along as well as can be expected with so important experiment, in spite of Iho misrepresentations and sneers of the London press. The elections had been postponed till Sunday, the 2,1 day of April, and the National Assembly was to meet on the 4th of May. Italy is in a state of revolution. The King of Sardinia has declared in favor of the Inde pendence of Lombard), and has mad.i war against the Austrians. Prussia is quint. The reported proclama tion of a Republic is not confirmed. T...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 April 1848

ITEMS ' 1 EDITORIAL and SELECTED. 07" An apprentice lo the Printing Busi nest a lad about H years old, would be taken at this office. One who could read German would be preferred. ; K? Press for Salr. As we have enlarged our paper we offer for aalea good second handed Washington Iron Press, the same on which the American has been printed. The platin measures 21 by 30 in ches full.. It will be sold simply because we nave no lunner use lor it. IE?" PtttNTiNO Ink.- We have received a fresh minnlv nf nrintino Snlr. aviSirti will XI J 1 O J . . . . r ii i be sold at city prices, for cash $5,25 per KCg OI XV 109. A new Counterfeit. . Five dollar notes, purporting to be on the Bank of Delaware, are in circulation. Thn vignctto is an Indian sitting on a rock, view- Jngtho improvements of the whites ; on the right and left cars, locomotive and canal boat. Very pale not mentioned in the detector. mree oi tnem were passed in Market street 'pn Frieay, 21st. Signed, S. Floyd, Cashier; II. Latime...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 April 1848

V ifarmrre Bepirlmrnt. Wrilttn for the Gtrmantom Tllcgraph Ctt WOR.M. "To ths remark that "cut wotu'1 may be destroyed by continued tillage and an open soil.'tVfe'Wssy- that the cut worm would net be found in torn were it not planted in award or od land. "They are the pnxreny of a pe cies of OMllfer othor insect which could nev er propagate) ' without the benefit of dunp, which is foun8 in gtws fields that have been fed by horses or cattie, and in this they un close thoir egg or eggs, and sink them a given distance below the surface; hence nn au ttftnnsi or winter plowing of such lands, des troys them by exposure to the rains and frosts of that inclement season a doctrine which at last has mot with the concurrence of every practical man among us." The beetle which produces this destruc tive insect, deposits its eggs in compost heaps and animal excrement wherever it is found, 'and when these substances are conveyed to the field of the farmer, and spread broadcast, or deposited in the...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 May 1848

TRY Mm amii V ... H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, CORNER OF CENTRE ALLEY & MARKET STREET. a JTamlla Xlftoflpaprt-Debotfj to JJolWes, atterature, iaoKilfts, jTortffln aiH Dontrsttc fietos, Stfntte anU the arts, StQrtcutturr, aarHttB, amusements, vc. NEW SERIES VOL. 1, NO. 6. SUN BURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, MAY 0, 1848. OLD SERIES VOL. 8, NO. 39. i : ; .... I- : .. . OF THE AMERICAN. " THE AMERICAN la pobliahed every fletorttay t TWO 1WIXARB per aniinnt to be paid Mr yearly in advance. : No paper eeontinned until all arraaraf ea ara paid. t- AK eoaaatanieatkana or lettera on business relaUnf la th. ogice, to insure attenUon, man ba POST PAID. U i TO CLUBS. r Threa copies to one addrees, 8500 Seven Do Do 1000 (fifteen Do Do SO 00 Five dollar, in advanea will pay rot thtaa year's subsorip- tion to the American. Ona Bqnar of U lima, 3 times, Every subsequent insertion, ' On. Square, months, Six montha, On. year. Business Cards at Five line., par annum, ' ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 May 1848

ARRIVAL OP THE A M l A . .'- 'BEVErsDAYS LATER Great Chartist Meeting, and Tremendous Ex r ttfffrunf in London and th Provinces ; Movements of the French Republic Revo lutionary Movement on th Contintnt, and . Continued Commercial Embarrassment! Politic! Cotmotiotts in the United Kingdom Bftl for Jht Protection of the . British " 'Crown and Government Repeal Movements in Ireland .and Progrees of Sedition in that ' Country- Alleged Disaffection of tht Army -Protestant Repeal Association ' i The latest dates received are : From Liv- erpool, April 15th. .The intelligence from England is highly favorable in a political point of view The great Chartist demonstration at London pas sad off without disturbance. In Ireland, how ever, sedition was making Tearful progress, hostilities had already broken out between , Denmark and her revolted provinces, resul ting thus far in favor of the Danish govern menL Vast military preparations were in progress ., iu Russia and France. . , . A revolution ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 May 1848

SUNBURY. AMERICAN AN t)SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL. aI ni SELECTED. . rs '"' " ,, ' " " t Jprentice to the Printing fitui about H yeari old, would be ihii office. One who could read would be preferred. ' 47" Press pok Sale. At we have alarged out paper we offer for tale a good tcond handed Washington Iron Prets, the ime On which the American has been tinted. The platin measure! 21 by 30 in het full. It will be aold limply because 'e have no further uaeforiu 03 Pnmtfa Ink. We have received fresh supply of printing ink, which will i told at city prices, for cash 5,25 per eg of 20 lbs. , ; .u NEW COUNTERFEIT. A new 3 counterfeit note on the Western ante of Baltimore has made its appearance i that city. The note is well got up and is ilculated to deceive, as the signature are to similes, being engraved. It is only ne issary, however, for the public to recollect tat the bank has never issued a three dollar ote. Virginia Election. Returns from four en counties in Virginia, show a Whig loss of tree ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 May 1848

Conlimud from first page. M to do it reverence. An occasional occur renco may give it a temporary importance. Some one may take hold of il, aa heretofore, "to give himself a local popularity or a gener al notoriety. He may be encouraged by a recent appointment here, which aeems like a .. reward for haring agitated this question, and procuring the instructions by a legislature to her Senators to vote for it in this body. But " that wil amount to rery little in the end, and will die forgotten aa a dream. I move that ' the Senate adjourn. " The motion being temporarily withdrawn 7 Mr. CALHOUN said : I rise simply to state upon what grounds 1 made the assertion that the aot of Penns)dvania was similar to the act of New York, but did not go so far. The act of New York makes It penal even for the citizens of New York to aid the federal offi cers. The act of Pennsylvania does not, but makes it illegal for her magistrates and citi zens to cb-operote, except with the federal officers. Now, t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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