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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 January 1846

TtlUIS Or TIIK AMEKICA1V H. B. MA8SER,. "' I Pi)iuitiMi ,., JOSEPH EISEI.Y. ) pNoraiBToas. . iQJiee in Centre Alky, in the rear of It. B. Mat tcr's Sloft.) .1 THE" AMERICAN" ii puulUheJ utf mr lay at TWO DOLLARS Mt annum (t be 1J half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages ate paid. . ' ' No subscriptions received for a leaa period linn six mortri All communication or letter on business relating titlho office, to insure attention jnuttbe POST PAID. ''ATTORNEY AT LAW, SVUBUMT, PA Business anxialed to in the tonnties of Nor thuml trland, Union. Lvcnminir, aiul Columbia. Itrivr to P. A; A. Pcivoi'DT, Lovtn fc Btaaox, Sox mis At. SaonnwAsa, I'M la J. ti k t noliis, Mi- Fa a l t ft n Sc. Co . NrrtHl so, 'innvt & Co., ; Aj.KXVNDKU Ym MICKEY. TXllTNIC MASER. Wo. lhC C'licsiiiit Sired, 'HERE all kind of t " U, K. raruet l.ae, of every sij ' end pattern ate j mnufictured, in the In t mannrr 4tiJ,lr "'a 1116 "c'" tnn'erifll'', and tM at the I eil r te. t Philnl Ipl....

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 January 1846

111J- CSdVEUXOtl'S MCS9AGI3. Ti the Senate and Houn of Hrprettnlalivrt UtxTt. The gencnl health orthe peo the rich reward nf husbandry, the quicken , in if spirit that pervades trade and induct jr, the enlarged prosperity (dour country, end ha ad V ice in moral arid intellectual etlairtiieiite fliese, under a jnst acnee of out dependence, e-vell nur grateful acknowledgements, at thia tune, to Him from whose beneficence they all proceed. Nothing haa occaned atnee the ad journment of the liegislettJre, to interrupt the liarmony or check the energise 01 tmr Cofnmou Wfjatth. On the contrary, intelligent enter prise? u been every where crowned wrtfTauc Ceae, Tue exertion of our people to meet the en gagement nf the State have thou lar lieen sire Ci4hI. Tne payment, ty a number of Conn lie uf the whole amount t their taxes fur several month liefoso the time at which they have Ii.re1ufiire been collected, added move tltMii CfcKKVKW In the effective revenuea of the year; and the lout Leg-is...

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 January 1846

ji - . m ji ,u i Cirrtipoadeoe of the Sunbory Amrriti.. , WAtnistJToa, Jan. 4, 1840. Oregon Question-Excitement through, ut tht Ceunhy-Hannegan's litm.htiimi and Ihe Went Prtsidcnd boute thrown open on the 11 itist. Mrs. Maditvn'i and Mrs .1 Jams' also Milium, tU Chaplain -Tike Weather. , NUMBER II. Oregon her and almost every where, is at this time the ell abaorbiiif, topic. Uarnlet. village and n'tjr, have all their anxietiea, expectation! and fears, relative to theconirquencei that will ensue from this question. 'Every person who is able to frtgdle a pro to take the stump to give an pirin on this quest ion, seems to regard it as 'dirtlit.ouutry, to flood it with the fame. Here, as H nnitrt iloubf be with you, it is the com anon conversation t.'ftl' multitude. To take a -etroti down -the Ponn;vlania Avenue, one. has ie ears filled with the' doleful sound of war ! soar War .' This, if therV vo reality in 1h suppositionef turn.y perso. conn to ouolaswiH. upon i.bjCt with heai.'-i) "...

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. — 10 January 1846

- A Mlt.fcltRtTia MltlACLC. ' 'r'r In n liltJilajfotii h State or lloosiorans,' iu iho yecl31L there' wae'all aorta' of nxc inf luent cmici rninjf the doctrines and prophec,ies ,rf thnt reh "deceiver Miller. 'For months, the Midnight Cry, Mowed by the Morning' ilowl nail the Noonday Veil, hail circulated tbrongh the vilisjre and surrounding counties to an ear tent not even retrU led try Dr.! Duncan's cele bested Coon Speech,, Men , disposed 6f their property for little or nothing. .The women were frie and ghostly from watching and pray ing, tnti in fact, tho whole population, or at least those who believed in the coining 'ascension, lnoknd as if they Were about , half over an at tick of the chills and fev.t. . There, wore, liownvcr, . some "ciioice rpirtt., wiuv natwirn etsnding the .popularity of :he rjeruoirirt ' would m1 enlist littler the bofjners of the ascensionict ml smong these waf a wild liaruni ecarum blade from' 'Down EaV by the name of Cape iJawlaw. Now Cape was as hard ...

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. — 17 January 1846

TERMS OF TUB AMEniCAK." -H. B. MAS8ER, : . ! h I Poetise JOSEPH EISELY. . r.,,rM. " , awifri 1 Of in Centre Mlley, i the fear tf tt. B. Mat- ,. j lery Slore.) ... "" THE" AMfiBTCANM1iibiUKedwy Pitor dsf at TWO DOLLARS per annum to b paid half yearly in advance. No paper diacontin- neil till Ait arrearage are paid. No subscription received for a ten period than ix Kojiths. All communication or lettora on business rolattnf to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. . ' v ; . E. Be MASSEP. " ATTORNEY AT LAW, etJITBXJRT, TA. "Duainea attended to in the Counties of. Nor thurt'l vrland, Union. Lvcoming and Columbia. ' ' ! - Kefer toi - P. & A. FoVOUDT, Lowxn St Uahhojc, RomrRg & 8sjoneA, ' y-l'Mlad. Rctsotna, McFarland & Co. , Spxauio, Goon 6c Co., , ALEXANDER L. 111CKEY. TRUNK MAKER, Ko. 150 Chesiiut Street, PHII.ADSX.FKXA. ' VTTHERn all kinds of lint' er trunk. vlies ant) carpetbag, of every style and pattern sip nunuftctiue.l, in the hrst manner and from the bes...

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. — 17 January 1846

on Rao jr. tsra.rv w'4?.Sptcii or titt lion. -Jean WuicvAdas. (i, -w( While w sit tarklng 1ief about regiments of rifilemsn, and regiments ot infantry, and stock ade forts, and tippers ud minerl, and pontoniers, Rrrst Britain is arming bet tem-vescl., equip. pint tiff frigate and lihe-of-battt ahipl, and tending troop over her to be ready. , J would jut a resolution giving the notice tin t, If I hoped that a majority of the House could be ob tained to effect th measure. ' 1 Mr Wsstwoftr her, moved that thernlrs ho eiip'n led to afford an opportunity for such a motion; hut th motiou. was pronounced lobe out of order . . ,.T MrABAV resumed. 1 feci myself scarcely authorized to hop that I should he successful shonld t make the motion. But for this I would have moved it on the first ly of the session. Be Muse I have so profound sense: of the duty Of . I n IherihR to treaties, I feel debarred from the I 'git art of hostility, or even from meeting hos tility manifested elsewhere, till not...

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. — 17 January 1846

tattatta f Coal Region. ' ' The last number of the Pottsvill Jonrnal it filled with coal itatiatict and the cenint of the towns So the coal regions, from which we ga ther the following facta I . ., - The town of Pottsville had at the beginning of the present year, a total population of 5,221, an increaleof 887 in five years. The rate of increase ha not been to great in Pottaviile a it ha been ia come of the neighboring mining town, but it ha assumed more the character of a business place. ' The' number of licensed hotel baa de creased to 13ince 1835, when, with a popula tion ol 3 117, the number of inch hone wa 20. The number of stores, dwellings, office and (hops In Pottaviile is 10(30. There are in the borough 13 churches, of which even are English, three Welsh, and three German. There are also a Friends' meeting house, and an African church. There are nine public school in the borough. The number of pupil taught in these school a verage about 708: There is also a public school fo...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 17 January 1846

! ' from the Evening Mirror. Tli Praam the iHnT ' 1 ! mot er JM AOtnoR op 'mi bream op iuoinr -' ' m ' , : - ' i a ' TwM in the prlmt of winter time, An evening calm sntl eeM, ' ' When In hit room the printer tat, ' A care worn man and old; , TVilb'look o meek that h did teem -. A theep within a fold 1 ' ' ' ' ' 1 i y - : . .' i A melancholy man waa lie, 1 Aa ever trod the aoil ; -Small pleasure had he in hit 1ll, ( For it wa one of toil ; .And dimly burnt the printer's lamp; For why ? It wanted oil ! lie leaned hit head open hit hand, Hit mind wat ill at ease, '' " And wltile through many a broken pane, , In rushed the horrid breeze; "With eager look be read a book That laid upon hia kneea. And ttitl he read, nor turnad hit bead, To hear the thtittera flap, Xut like some marble statu teemed, So motionless he taj ; r iStuch fasting made him very pale. And anything but fat ! . ' At last he sbut the dusky book, . ' Clore, with a audJen fling, AVlth fervid grasp he tloted it last,.:' V...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 January 1846

TERMS OF Till? " AMERICAN." If. B. MA88ER, i roUME JOSEPH EI8EI.Y. SPofnitTont, . B. .yt.1SSf:nf Editor. Office in Centre Altcf, in the rear of II. B. Mas ler't Store. THE" AMERICAN" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discuntin tied till all arrearages are paid. No subscription received Tor a lea period than aix mouth. All communications or letters on business relating tit the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID ATTORNEY AT LAW, SUXTBTJRY, PA. Business attended to in the Oounties of Nor thuipUrland, Union. ycnming and Columbia. Uefer toi P. Ac A. Povoi'iit, Lowsn iV. UiHitnN, Cojihi ft fononAs, l'.hilad. Rktnomis, Mcl'AnnNii &. Co, SpKntNo, 'Jnnri t.'o., ALKXAMIKR Ti. MICKEY. TRUNK BI A 3' E R . Xo. l.'iO CiicKiiut Street, PHILADELPHIA. WHERE all kinds of lender trunk", vnlisrs and carpet baes, tf every style and pattern are manuf icture.l, in the heat mariner and from the beat material, and ald nt the Inv...

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. — 24 January 1846

1 t HIGHLY IMPORTANT , , . FROM jjp EUROPE. aniTAL fv ti hip liobrtt, PROM LIVERPOOL. Fonr Dara Later. From the New York Herald ) The Liberty railed from Liverpool on the 13tb nit., Kin! brings paper to that date. The newt which we hare thus received, it of the behest importance of more consequence than any we have received in the last ten yeara. It i no more nnr than Iht resignation nl .v Robert reet, and the organization of a new Cnbnft by Lord John Kuttell.' The announcement of thi important fact im portant to the United States, in a commercial point ot view, ai well, perchance, in political as pect, threw the whole English public into a slate of the ereateit excitement. Ita eflVct was tremendous. n addition to this, and a a necessary conse quence, Parliament had been further prorogued as the following exhibits: "At the Court at Osborne Ilo-sse, Isle of Wight, the 10th day of December, 1845, present the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Council. It is this day ordered by her Maje...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 January 1846

Fiom the N. O. Picayune, Oth inat. Important front MxlcR-laitUn at last I Warlike, By the Mexican schooner Josquina. Marti net, mister, which left Tampico on the lit inat we have late and important intelligence from Mexico. The rumors which have been for some weeks in circulation, that Gen. Paredes had at last declared against the Government, appear at length likely to be verified by the course be is pursuing. A revolution is now on foot, or has already been consumated. This arrival being from Tampico, we have not our usual files, so as to be able to give t continu ous narrative of events; but from the extracta of newspapers and placards before us, we are enabled to form some opinion of what is going on. The revolution in progress commenced with the 'Army of Reserve' stationed at San Luis Potosi. The agitstinn and ferment preliminary to an outbreak, probably pave occasion to the rumor which was in circulation in Vera Cruz on the 1st Pec. when the British steamer left for Hivsnna. It...

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. — 24 January 1846

V 0 SS 7 PtOtT-lTAt IIKS. Hi p"rlulii dedicated t thone trtm finvr "ore hair upon the face than brtint in the I: r!(t. His tawny beard wan th' equal grace, Rot!, of liis wisdom anil Lit face. llimra V. hit's them are tiling grow-in? out of your tipper Hp, Mister !' asked a country Yankee, hi coxcomb, whnm ha mel with the other day. 'Sr.' exclaimed the dandy, fiercely raising lis r.-ifnn, and bristling up to tiin interrogator 'what business, in that to yon, ar.' . ., 'Oh, no business nf any enns-quenee, to speak on,' implied the? Yankee ; 'I just axrd for infor in . 'ion, not being much acquainted with them it r t !i ; ' 'W'd!, sir.' returned the gallant a r jrily, whit i' yn-i Hint acquainted with cm.' Must a follow 1 nf your cloth have the impudence to question n i;iit ,ci!Kin of mine V N-t.'i if really your cloth, Mister, or ia it the tailor's,' asked tlie countryman. 'The tailor's' exclaimed the coxr.omb, fierc'y 'what do yon mean by that V aOn you mean In insinuate t.'iat I a' d...

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. — 31 January 1846

r. BIM-Jt J... l L '!Jf ., I I li I . iijxik. ...M TER1LS OF TUB " AMERICAN." " i lain i a mwi i . j 1 BUMBTOT AMBBICAN. riHCKW OF ADTrilTILCI. 1 iquar 1 insertion, fO 60 I do 8 do 0 75 1 do 3 do ' 1 09 Every subsequent insertion, . 0 2S Yearly Advertisement: one column, $25 ; half column, $18, three squares, $12; two squares, $9 ) one square, $5. Half-yearly: one column, $18 half column, $12 ; three squares, $8 ; two squares, $5; one square, $3 f0. Advertisements left without direction a to the length of time they are to be published, will be continued until ordered out, and charged accord, ingly. rjj'Sixteen line or les make a square. win prodigious creature, who looked like a . ... ii ii- H. B. MA8SER, JOSEPH EI8ELY. 7 PcaLisaia knm ) PftOmilTOM. JT. B. JMSSEH, Editor. Offia rn Centrelilley, in therearof H. B. Mat ter't Store. THE14 AMERICA "TiTubliaed every 8atur lay at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued til ill arrearages are paid. ....

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. — 31 January 1846

ArivUVAL OP TUB IIIBERXIA. .? tvrntjrtwa Day Lmr From Knglsnri. t;Teel ffiht president'! Menfngt Dissolution of l'it Huturl SknUtrif and liesturation of the Vttl M'nitlry, Since the publication of our regular edition on Saturday, we received the important news by fti Steamship Ilibernia, which airived at Boston st 8 o'clock on Friday. It wat immedaitely is. urd in an Extra Ledger, which, with extra ftnm the U. S. Gazette and the North American l!Wt, gratified the anxious desire ofth public tit learn its import The effect of the news has W tt hiehly favorable on stocks. The restora tion of the Peel Ministry and the moderate tone of the English press upon tha President's Mes .ijf. are believed to be positive indication of a s'rong deposition to preserve the present peace ful relations between Great Britain and this conn try. V copy to-day liberally from the London papers the expressions of opinion upon tha sub ject in which this country is most interested. Th TLbernia arrived off Hali...

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. — 31 January 1846

ome changinj;, may be pure, but to believe that kll are actuated thus, if no oasy matter. To litical advancement, with many of them, has been an object ol no little importance. This chanpf, however, is only verifying the predic tions of soma of the leading men, that all would ultimately be united upon this question. The foreign news, by the Hibernia, has at lit arrived. Extras, with the new, were in great demand on the arrival. All were on tip toe, as to the stand of Great Britain and not unfreqnemly would one hear the interrogatories of "what stand has the Times taken ?" "is there any danger of war!" &c,&c. Jut upon perus ing the extracts of the foreign papers, all come to the conclusion that war is not our lot yet. The Chronicle, of London, assume the most de cisive stand. The Times ar.d Spectator, in their remarks, are, indeed, very conciliatory. All however, condemn the general tenor of the Message, as natural with persons having a ha tred as well as a prejusdice to the ...

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. — 31 January 1846

Forgive and Forget. cv mi AtTiioa or "frovcrbial philosoph-." When streams of unkindne-, as Utter at gall, Hobble up from the heart to the tongue, Am! Meekness ii risintt in torment ami thrall, fv tl, hands of ingratitude wrung, In tin bent of in justice, unwept and unfair, While the anguish is festering yet, None, nona but an angel of God can declare "I now can forgive and forget." I'.-it if" the bad spirit it chased from the heart, .And the lips are in penetence stccp'd," With th wrong- so repented the wrath will depart, Tlionnh scorn on injustice were heaped; Tor tin? best compensation is paid for all ill, When the cheek of contrition is wet. And every one feels it is impossible still, At once to forgive and forget. To f.Kjrct ? It is hartl for a man with a mind, However his heart may forgive, To blot out all perils and dangers behind, And but for the future to live ; Tii -n how shall it be? for at every turn T-rnlleotion the spirit will fret, And 'lie ashes of injury smoulder an...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 7 February 1846

terms ojL'rninAMKnicAx.' JOSEPH EISELV. PnoP,Ton.. ' II. n. MA WBH, Editor. Office in Centre Mey, in the rear' of JI. li. Mas ser's Store.) THE " AMERICAN""!; published every Satur Jay M TWO DOLLARS per annum to he paid half y early in advance. No paper diseontin ued till Att arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for a less period than six hohths. All communications or letters on business relatinir tothn office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. - - 1 - - i . . i H. B. 1.53E?,. ATTOIJNKY AT LAW. SUXTBTJIIY, PA. Business attended to in the Counties of Nor xhumlerland, Union. Lvrnminn and Columbia. KcTrr tut P. A KoToriiT, I.owrn & Uahhox, Homkrs &. tSttontiRASs, l',hilad. Kktnolik, McFahusu k Co, Spkrixo, 'Jnnii & .Co., Ai7i:XAM)KIJ L. lllCKKY. TRUNK MAKER. io. l.'tO f liosnut Street, nilLADELPHIA. VIIERE all kinds of leafer trunk, valises and carpel hae. f every style and pattern are manufactured, in the best manner and frjm the brut materials, and aold at...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 7 February 1846

Important Prom Mx. By the arrival nt New Orleans, of the Perio, ' frTi Tern Cmt, which place she left on the 13th tit., we have important advice. The account of the entire success of the revo- lutionory morement under Parcdes, are confirm ed. That officer has established himself in the capital, and has been elevated to the Presidency ; (:d interim.) He entered the city on the 3d ult,, and a meet lrt of the principal officers was held, which pro vided among other matters for a temporary go vrtmcnt, that a Junto of "notables," represen ting each Department, should assemble and elect n person to exercise the executive function. The .1mit accordingly assembled on the 3d, an:! unan imously elected Paredes. Much discussion was ! a 1 as to the form of the oath that should be ad ministered to the President ; tome of the Junta !i-.iiing 'bat in addition to the usual obligations, he should swear to repel the usurpations of the t'lut-d States. This proposition did not prevail; fin oath varying...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 7 February 1846

Among the "thousand and one" rumora that tiro in circulation here, in one that the Hon. James Buchanan will receive the nomination of the vacancy on the Supreme Bench. This can hardly be possible, for Mr, Polk thinks that there re few at well qualified to discharge the ardu ouedutiea of the Slate Department as Mr. Duch anan. Such rumors as these are daily put afloat ty persons regardless of the consequences per haps with home object in view which they are desirous of accomplishing. The "Union" in answer to this rumor, and the charges of in trigue brought against it, says: "Every one acquainted with the facts know that we have lesired, and now desire no change in the cabi- net, and that there has not been the slightest in- trigue at all." The country demands Mr. Buch anan's presence in the cabinpt. James K. Polk, would not part with one willingly, who has gi ven the country ample evidence of his ability to fl! any station that he might be called to, with '.honor to himself as well as...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 7 February 1846

Crrf sponilrtise of tha It. T. Hi 111 lerald. i ... ..- Washimuto, Jan. 15, 1 S 40. There is grant ilrtnnnd Tor patriotic poetry in the Mouse! of Representatives, about this iinn In the progress of the debate upon lhf Orojrnn question, members have indulged in quotations nf poetry, who are nmonjr tlic Inst men we should have enCpectpd of beinj? accrasnry to Hip Inct. It only shows that while! we are the innM nltnrian pimple in the world, there is a n' i.l of "music in our soul," when you bring tin to the (est. IVtry on tho Oregon debate Hy Mr. Adams "'Your father lias given you a groat army ; but oiir troops have seen the wolf ; yours have not.1' 'Well, well," said Frederick, I will give them an j portnnify to ace the wolf." , By Mr. J.C. Ingr-reoll "Fear in all public council, betrayt like treason." A land of "Antres vast, and deserti idle, Rough quarries, rock and hills whose heads touch heaven." Thin was Orepon, as Mr. I. understood it. I!y Mr. Winthrop "En ammo temper ftti.ut in...

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