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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 14 February 1846

-HJij.i-i uu--a i mil , , .jx . ; TEHMS OF THE AMERICA!?." II. B.MAS8ER, ) rHtiiiiun JOSEPH EI3ELY. S Paorat.To. H. BMJISSEn, EdiUf. Office in Cenir$ Mey, intke rear of H. B, Mas ser't Store.) THE" AMERICAN" ipublhed every 8aUir day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to "be piiJ half yearly tn advance. IV o paper discontin ued till itt artearagea are pa'iJ. No uberiptfon received for a 1pm period than it motm. All communication or letter on business rcUllna; to the office, to iniure attention, must be POST PAID. ATTOli NEY AT LAW, suitbury, r a. TBuslneM attended tn in the Counties of Nor Yhuml erland, Union. Lycoming and Columbia. Heier to I P. & A. PnVUUIlT, Low mi fc 13 i niton, JSoHKHS iV SsjollOBASa, 'liluJ. RkTSOLIIS, McKaRLASH At Co, Sr-KittNn, 'inoii At t'o., ALEXANDER L. IIICKEY. TRUNK MAKER. IV o. 150 4 licKitut .Street, PIIXXiADC LFHIA, WHERE all kinds of leather trunk, vidian and carpet hags, of every style and palleen are manufactured, in the best manner and from the best mat...

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. — 14 February 1846

ar rut-t. pArtTicoLARs op Tn .Battm or tfib Paiuu Gallant Db fknck or tb Repibmcacu. A mercantile firm in New York has received an account of the battle of the Parana, which we find in the Commercial, of that city. Th nm of the present war is as follows :Orihe, Governor of Montevideo, and son-in-law of the President of the Argentine Republic, Rosas, wis some time ago, in consequence of domestic im-.t -reef ion, expelled. Rosas lent Oribe an rmv of 10,000 men, with which he has besieg ed Montevideo (or more than three year, and also, fleet to blockade the town which fleet. h vievr, the French and English captured and sent into Montevideo. The object of this war cm the part of the Allied Monarchies ( Frnrce, England and Brazil) ij to force an en t.i.nre into the intetiorof the Argentine Repub licby the River Parana and its tributaries, which are navigable for about two thousand miles, to unite with domestic insurgents in the interior and erente disscntions in the Republic with a view ...

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. — 14 February 1846

subsequently became the target for the invisible assassin. Hit letter conclude! thus : "With reference to the rontenti of the papers, I will take the liberty to remark, that they were of a nature to enable me to predict, more than six months ago, to the Hon. David Henshaw, Messrs. Clinton De Witt of New York, and Gran ville Parker of Worcester, my counsellors, and many others, the present state of affairs in Mexi co; and I now confidently state, that within twelve months from this date Santa Anna will be Viceroy of Mexico. And further, let the Spanish government look to it, or Cuba will change masters. With reference to my predic tions as to Santa Anna's position within twelve months, I wish to insert this clause ; Providing he doe not sell, or has not told, hit knowledge of English intrigue to the Spanish government." This is certainly an extraordinary epistle, and as regards the prediction now verron). Ccmors Eitectsj of Water. A late num ' ber of the Water-Cure Journal, among a v...

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. — 14 February 1846

THE JOURNEYMAN PRINTER, .f tnpntal lamp, hung out by life's vcayside, I.'nnoticed ; yet its unpretending- ray Shines clearly en mnn' intellectual way, A proves to pilgrim's an unfailing guida. II ha'h within n worthy sort of pride, And knows his worth though lome allow it not ; A f.tatl (Tio th'nkmg mind abort hit lot. Hk I' man ! With coffers ill supplied, Yet wnnt nr.d virtue seldom ak in vain, Lo! !im1 wi'li enre a life of various pain i nrc his days; the rose that freshly bloomed Or. boyhood's cheek, assumes the hue of death I 7 toil nf life within hini's soon consumed; l.ii two score years and ten he yields kit breath. MATRIMONY. lThe man must lead a happy life, U Who's free from matrimonial chains, IS Who is directed by a wife, 4 Is sure to suffer for his pains. 1 Adam could find no solid peace, I When Eve was given for a mate, 3 Until he saw a woman's face, 4 Adum was in a happy state. J In all the female face appear 0 Hypocrisy, deceit and pride : . "Truth, darling of the he...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 21 February 1846

TERMS OF T11K AMERICAX' If. B. MA88KR, I Posusritfti JOSEPH EISELV. S PansaiaToaa. . it. JIJtSSKH, fVr' OJlce in CcntreAllty, in (hi t trof IT. D. Hat ter's Slorf.j THE" AMEBIC AtV'ls public e very Satur day nt TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a less period than IX months. All communications or tetter on business relating to the office, to insure attention, mustbeJ'OST PAID. ATTORNEY AT LAW, SUITBTJRY, PA. Business attended to in ihe Counties of Nor thurrl trland, Union. LvrnminK and Columbia, liefer to I UNB1JR AMERICAN. PIRCPI OF A DTFWTf fHIIf O. t stjttar I insertion, 0 f 1 da do . 78 I do 9 do . 10 Every auhseqtierit Insertion, 0 Srt Yearly Advertisements! one column, $36 half column, $18, three squares, $13; two square, $0 one square, $!S. Half-yearly t one column, $18 t half column, $13 t three square, $8 two square, $5) one squats, $3 RO. , Advertisements led without dir...

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. — 21 February 1846

u m in fii'tfrni" -i if" " T-r ir-rrr The Mmr Tariff Bill. Te nsw Tariff bill prepared tinder Mr. Walk ri't direction has been tent to the Committee of Ways and Means. The general clement of the bill is the establishment of the ad valorem prii;. riple on abolition of the specific anj minimum Untie which have existed for many yean. The following are its principal features, which may be slightly modified by the Committee in whose bands it now it. The debate on It will ba Img, ami the interest not less than that upon the Ore eon question. The following s'ynoposis of the tiew bill, shows what the proposed duty is on the principal articles, and the present duty on simU I ir Articles, so far as a comparison can be made : rorio red end Present Tariff of Ihe V. State$. rrnpn.ifd Tariff. Present Tariff, prr ct. 1? randy and other spiri tuous liquor! 75 60 ct toll per gallon (.V dial 75 CO cts pr gallon ".'in- of a'l fc'VU 30 C to CS cts per gallon an IN'! a':e!-- -vr-n bv i""!'. w.Miii.'n an...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 21 February 1846

i . IW. i ' .Ui 1H . I. i.. til) JJ i ajaiji jsjsj Tha Ore (an Ceuntry. T the Editm- of The tnion i Dar Sir: Having treated n fully n lime m il! admit upon the gearal feature! of Oregon, and touched upon all parts save the louthern dis trict, we M ill now briefly glanee at that, and then proceed to consider its past ami present con dition, and anine of the causci that have led to this remarkable change. So far as we are informed concerning the coun try from California to the Valley of the Willamet te, considerable portions of which M-e have visi ted, it must be tegarded, 'm a whole' as an' un even, hilly, or. mountainous district well water ed, heavily timbered, and the prairie portions admirably grossed. The Umphqiia Valley is extremely verdant and beautiful, and a most inviting district to the agr iculturist, as well as to the herdsman', but un fortunately, it is not of great extent, and the riv er is too rapid tor easy or safe navigation. Most, then, of this southern district, fr...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 21 February 1846

From the N. Y.irk Spirit of tha Timei. The. Right Old Arm.uml" brought the HT the rrnr roriwi 'km. I.o-.VNDrsnono, A' ' o. Q.", 1844. A thn Prrndoutial cmtr of '44 via draw- i '2 'n its cI-sp, end t!. 'returns" from respec l v S licit bcjrin cntninp in, the f xcitement t. 'ii. h I) o ft been rrrcwin: with the prnwth of the ijjn, a ml Mrenrriheniiir with it strength, 'i''f now no looser be restrained, but ahowed i n'f a well in ilic oner f mmtcrmnrpp, a in i hrrr word nnd hnty action nf men. Pu-ip-s in thi.-i part nf the. country w otinn-t " iiirpiy lo-t nifrlit cf ; men noted for their .pvo. i .1:1 tu their pursuit nnl their interest, micht '' li-en fnon nt any hour of the day, only I'liicrinc a limit, discussing the probable) i-stie 'ii r. much vehemence ns thnnh their whole f"'nnfs depended npnn it. Thousand noon 'ii'Miindmif dollars worn Flaked upon there- i ; nr! whrn it becamn known that the vote ' '.N'cw York w.is to decide the conflict, the r i a of t!,e whole people were tur...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 28 February 1846

win asi - I am. iii i mi iiina j-n PHlCrS OF ADtXHTISPfC. I square I insertion, $0 M 1 do do . 0 7S 1 do 3 d.i 1 Every subsequent insertion, OW Yesrlv Advertisement I one column, f 85 1 half TCRMS OF THF. " AMERICAN." BUNBUffiY AMERICAN. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL: H. D. MASSER, JOSEPH EISEI.Y. PuaitSHtftS 1VI PnormiTont. . B. JUJISSEn, Editor, Office in CtntreAilIyinthe rear of II. B. Hat ter's Store. THE AMERIC A N" in published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to b psid hnlf yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till a Lt arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for a lens period than atz mosths. All communications or letlera on business relating; to the office, to Insure attention, must be POST PAID. 11. 3 . 1 AG SEP., ATTOKNEY AT LAW, SUIIBURY, PA. Business attended to in the Countie of Nor thumlerlsnd, Union. Lvrnming and Columbia. KelVi- to I column, $18, three squares, f If t two squares. f0 one square, f.V Half-yearly t one column, i I half column, 13 J three sq...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 28 February 1846

Wmim mm contextioi t I'uMisant to a eall of the Standing Committer, be ftHowi delegate from the different town m'lpa, atutoMad'in the Court House at Sunbory. -viMonlay, tne 23(1 inst.', fortbs porpoie cTelee 'in t delegate to the Democratic State Conven f utTt W heU at Harrlaborg, en the 4tb of March, "'Mha purpose of nominating a candidate for Ca 'u'l Commissioner. Oil motion, SAMUEL T. BROWN, Esq , Wa Wted President, and Aatunsx fmrauR and I ao I). Raker , Secretaries On motion, AVoW, That the delate pre sent, hand in their credential; when the follow "ip person were found to have been dulyelected and took their seats : Lewi fohn Montgomery, Thomni Barns, Mcnry Reader. Hols ware .Tames Campbell, D. II. Vfaton. Tiirlmt. Wm. Waldron. Wm. Follmer. Mitten. Samuel T. Brown, Frederick Stich ter. t Chil:qnaqne Joseph Kline, Wm. Irwin. rvpt Daniel Robins, Wm. Lemon. Northumberland. Wm. T. Forsvth, Geo. A. Fri.l;. Bush. Jacob Cearhart, Wm. D. Gearhart. '.unbt.ry. Major Wm. L. Dew art, Fila...

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. — 28 February 1846

By William Rockefeller. -George Washing, ion The father of hit country, firtt in war, Bret In peace, and tint in the heart of hit country tnen. By Edward M Hail -When Adam first created wit He felt just like anew man God took fromHiim a spare rib, and Created lovely woman. By John P Pursel. Gen CameronThe esti mation in w hich he iiheld hy hi fellow demo cratic Senators, is a most signal rebuke to those actions spirits who sought to overthrow him. By Peter J Adams. Major Wm L Dewart A young democrat of true and tried principles let him but be true to himself and the nnmeol Lis friends will be Irg'on. By Capt J H Zimmerman. Our host and host ess May they always have as good fare as they have this day afforded us, ana' may they live long, happily and contented. Cj A Washington correipondeiv t relates the fol lowing, as something rare, we persume, in that place of primitive virtue : "A curious case of 'horse-whipping.' 1 am told has occurred in this city within the last few days. The p...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 28 February 1846

era mmmfsan f.s:'..r r . ...J' rA" I WANT A BEAU. I went bcnn ! t want a liati t 'Ti swet, at lcat they tell me ao, T.i waltz or walk or sail or row With him yon mvan to rr.arry. And Ihfn tut 0! it mint br aweetl To have one kneeling at one'e fret, Ar. 1 hnr him there hit vows repeat ! By Jnve, but I will marry ! I'm r.M enough to have a bau ! Anil oft I tell my mamma ao : A oi'ie'i sh fvii!, 'Oh no! Tit'i ar? too young to marry !' O M Z"-nk ! 't' r.lwsys thin with those Witlvr. wlintp bosom coldly flowa Th strums of love, to Li-lles anJ beau Who have a mind to marry. M,vi' w ho have their hearts for tat ?-ti' fmly year whose charm ara atale, ." iv nn J they have came to rail At those who wish to marry ! And ma'n who. by experience fsrrht, nov all the U:s with which is ftaught Th wrihlnl lifej T think should nought Object when girl would mairy. From the Xew Orleans Delta. I an State House mlilnktu for tits Insane A ay I u nt. 1: i? to lis regretted that there dors not cxint 1 i!-k o...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 7 March 1846

TERMS OF TIHB AMEIUCAN" ft. B. MASSER, JOSEPH EISF. I Paoeaisroaa. .: i ;.. J". B. tmJtSSKH, KdtUr-- s.u.b "See lit CentrtHJfey, in tht rear of H. B. Mat--i t i,-:. i . - -atr'e Start. . i.y.t .,.,.. ., I , THE" AMERICAN" if pubHshed every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly tn advance.' Ixo paper discontlri Bed till Att arrearages are paid. ' " ' ' ' ' ' '"" - No subscription received for, a leea period than atx kohtbs. All communicationa or letters. on business relating to the office, to insure attention, muat be POST PAID. ATTORNEY AT LAW, , u SUIT BTJHV, PA. ' 'Business attended to in the Countiea of Nor Hhurolerland, Union. Lycoming and Columbia. ' , . , Hefer toil P. & A. .KoroiTDT, , I.nwtn A BtKnoir. ' . . ' Romsss & Hsjodqsass, 1t - RitKoins, McFarlaud & Co. Sesatno, 'Jnon 6c Co., ALEXANDER L. II1CKEY. TRUNK MAKER, IV o. 150 Clicanut Street,' ' PBZZ.A9CX.PHXA. WHERE all kind of leather trunk, valises and carpet bam, of every atyle and palte...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 7 March 1846

"- 0" . Ttia tttAoeor. at ntcnMoao. A" Death Mr. WMM. ' ' T" ' .', , We larn that John II. Pleasants, Esq. for tr.eny yi.rs the able and distinguished editor of the Iticlynond Whig, and more recently connected 'lth the Richmond Star, died on Friday last, at i A- M., from the wounds received' en'Wednes ity In the dreadful rencontre with ,Tboe. Ritchie, jr., Esq., editorof the Richmond Fnqui fr. It seems that the conflict took place on the Manchester tide of the river, that Mr. P.' receiv l five wounds vig : in Lit arm, a boulder, upper art of the left breast, left hand, and opper and .inner part of the thigh of, which, the last two were the most serious. . Mr. Ritchie ,.wa not seriously hurt. They met with pistols,, short svords, and sword canes. The agreement was that they should take their stations two hundred yards apart, to lire approaching, and cut as they pleased. ' If this account be true, a mare san guinary affair Is not recorded In the annals of duelling. Mr. Pleasants, was ...

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. — 7 March 1846

. t'lJ m.ia.uwwwBae.Lx.ijijijmB V . . s.. it U r- .. t, , . fc .... -j. J Two Rocky Mountain wolves escaped from their cage in the managerle of Hen Drieabach at . ZaneeytUe, Ohio, on tbe nth, and the Gatette gives the following account of the conflict loae- i cure them v :- .i At the time, there were four men in the build ing, Herr Drieabach, Paul Morgan, Abraham Sbt .liter, and Arthur Crippen ; bat accustomed aa they were to such animals that were fattened in different parts of the building, without appro ' Jiending personal danger to themaelrea., Crippen ran out of the building to get pitchfork, when losing tbe door after him, it fastened itself, which ( kept him out. Morgan hastened to take care of i the riding monkey, when oneofthe wolvea at .tacked him and got him down, and aa Sbimerran to hie assistance, he was attacked and overpower ;ed by the other wolf. At this moment, Dries bach was the only one disengaged, and picking up a chair, he dashed it to pieces, to obtain a found ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 7 March 1846

ll'JWI-.J.J.WLI Death of Dr. Braalee. the Mall Rebwer, '- ""We tear, tot Hlie Commercial7oTirns1, of rittbar,Tharwi Prida t,U1TRtorfcu(.; Old id many tespccta, emarkable mm, died i In cll, in the Western Penitentiary. He whi 'rwnvrcvHtwTOuDinjr tne mstvnna impriwe V, itl remembered, fajiSilurgua'nt tpaen. ,tence, by Judge Baldwin, for tee years. The 'Jonrr eeissi' j,J ii .! it .'- ' .V.' "S'lnrtljr after his incarceration, he conceived , tli idee of procuring bis liberation bysimiils--'me- a decline of health." , rr this porpdee1 he 'wnbM "rjrlck' his rVutns' with fin awls, which .were (upplie4 fo jiim in tie ocatPU h had chosen, that fif shoentsker, end hsvinp esfurt litl hi towel with blond, was'fcrwaye prepared '? the stefeiJ visit of physician or chaplain, with thin evidence oft dangerous hemorrhage from the htg,lo which he wae always careful to adu a (f 'flicult snc! painful respiration, . tl is physi cian was able, sometimes, to engage the Buffer in? doctor in conversations, i...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 14 March 1846

TERMS OF THE " AMERICAN." rater of AnTTTttprcev , "1t; b. Nasser, ? Pcstttaafct ika .'f I S POPIITOi. ft JOSEPH EISELY, 1 uo a ., .do ?m eir. B. JHASSKH, Edifr. Vjiet in CcntrttIfcyTTntt rear of V. B. Vat ;,', .v.! far' Sfort.) "f-' t ,, TflE" AMERICAN" i.publi.her, g.lur lav at . TWO DOLLARS per. annum, to be filJ half yearly In advance. " No paper dieconUq ed till Alt arrearages are paid. :' .( i No-eubscrlption received fot lesrperied Uian six xovtb. , All communications or, letters on buaineea relating to the office, to inture attention, tinaf.be POST PAID ' ? ' " ' A TTORNRY-AT LA W,' , 3 v , nrxTBtraT, pa. - (- BuilneM attemled to in ibe Counties of Nor . thumt erland, Union, Lycoming and Columbia. Refer toi do 1 '. 1 4 Efery ttbaoqunirt nmmlonf ; r f t Yearly Adveitiaementai one (joltnra. tftS I half column, $18, three aquaree, f 15 j two equate I one aquare, f. Half-yearly t one column, f IS f half column, lit ( lhreqpart,M t two equoryi, $5 1 on equate, $3 BO. . . : i , Abe...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 14 March 1846

a rwitUKut!rst?rixtee Ceraiec.,1. Potomac.' ihe lble 'mrerondent l jthe 'jj$im'or jNjriftl, ; lollotfring oesorip 4mn of scene whitli eeourred el Washington WMonJat.r;; r'-' ; The proceedings of Congre being dull I accepted an invitation to emit the room of the House Committee on Post Offlcee end Pott '.Roaris, we're 1 found iMf. Homer, troihe fid 8id. "iiey Homer, whore anti-Tariff; letter appeared 'in the lat number of tho Union," exhibiting q bmit 200 speefmens of poods' of EnglUh manu facture, with like gtiode of American production, "end prices attached to eacn-in order to con vi.iue members of Congress that our Tsrifl ought jn be struck down I , , . , ,, I don't know when I ever enjoyed in hour' dine more heartily, Mr. Homer is gentle manly person, who seema to nnderatend the wiint of the English Manufacturers admirably -well. Indeed be told those present that he bad reeided in Manchester, England, (or ten years, unpaged in sending British goods to this coun try, and that he l...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 14 March 1846

r 4 made apeech, in which his remarks wert not tempered by much moderation. He waa ?ery aevere, and at time personal and earcaetic Such war must certainly be injurious to the party to which both Mr. Haywood and llanne gan belong.' . . By the news brought by the lint arrival, 4 daya later, you will see that different views are entertained in England on the giving of the notice. While the Times believes that the giving of the notice will have a tendency to bring the Oregon question to a settlement, the Chronicle assumes a different position, and aays it will be the cause of bringing the two govern menta in collision. lis article, was, however, intended for the consumption of this market. The President gave another levee on the night of the 4lh of March, just one year since his inauguration. A report was circutsted it wss to be his last one, which congregated more persons in the White House than would have gone, had it been otherwise. , The "Columbia fountain," a new daily tem perance ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 14 March 1846

A Km Bona:, bat an Otil Unrj; S ' ";r TcNt." Tfle GVeal Sta'Snak: ' M" , ! T : ' - f.-.n-i.l 0ht p'rapt you may bava heard, and if not, tl ; -1 linjf ''. I r , 'l '.i - Vt 'Of the Britith Lion free, :" ' ' ' ' ' ' That was constantly a-going for to make a spring t, Upon hit en -tnt. ' ;,; ; f vv flnt who, being rather grocgy at the knees, v ' Broke downValway', before; ;', ' ; And generally gave a feeble wheese , " ' ' Instead of a loud roar. . Right toor rol, loor rol, fee few furs.) The Siitish Lion bold ! .;,...' ' Ibat was always agoing for to do great ; thirgs, And, wot always being "soldi" , ' Io wit earned about in a carawan, And wat shew'd in country part, j Tnd ifioy salt! ''Walk up! Ee in time I lTeoun Knt Corn-Law-League like tartt ! ". j .And his hliownien, tliotiting there and then, j To pnfThim didn't fail, ' , ..v . - f ' 'And thy said as they peep'd into his den, ' Oh, don't he wag hit tail n ' '"" ' ' ; ' Now, the principal keeper of this poor beast, .Wan Humbog wat...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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