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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 21 March 1846

THE " AMERICAN." II. B. MAS.),. rtkiiimii Hi ' JOSEPH EUJLY. S Paeraisroae. ft. n. JUASSKH. Oiee in Centri'AUty in the rear of H. B. Mas .1 .. .-v ser's&ore. . .y . , . ., THE" AMERICAN" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly In advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. i , No subscriptions received for leaa period than l mouths. All communications or letters on business relating to the office, to Insure attention, must bo POST PAID, , , - - Z. B. mASSEPLj '" ATTORNEY AT LAW, 8OTTBTJRV, PA. BualneM attended to in the Court tie of Nor lhuolrland, Union, Lycoming and Columbia. Refer to l P. A. FOTOCDT, i. Lowta & Bikroy, . 8oae & Hnonna, P,titad. Reynolds, McFashjcd &, Co. SrmiK, 'Jnon & Co., ALEXANDER L. IIICKEY. TRUNK MAKER, " No. 150 Chcsnut Street, ' PHIL AOS LFHXA. , WHERE all kind of leather trunk, vlies and . carpetbag, of every style and pal lorn are manufactured, in the brat manner and from the best...

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 March 1846

V X ftMMmapatkf , alloemifcr Trrle. Fifty year age t. word komanpathy m the firtt time lisped in an obsenre towa in Germtny, and, from that tlmt to thii, th science designa ted by that word has spread with lightning speed to the remotest corner of F.nrope, and has pene trated the forests of America, even to the Rocky monntatnf, - -. i .1 , 1 .' 1 Fifty yean ago, and to express a belief of the truth of this derided science, was to bring on the rash believer' head th anathemas of In schools, and the propositions of legal enactments, and to the charge of German mysticism, at that time, synonymous almost with being leagued with the foul linff. At first, Contempt, silent and dignified ; next, Ridicule, noisy and confident ; at length, Envy and her offspring Falsehood, have sought, each in its turn, to crash the infant rebel against hoary headed usage. Fifty years have passed, and to! the change ! The houseless wanderer thrown upon the tender mercies of a selfish world, to battle with the...

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

7T the water llfr Jtaquehanna was five feet above ' low water ml ( On Saturday, the 14th, at 7 o'clock A.M. it was 11 feet; at 11, o'clock it waa 13 feet ; at 2 o'clock P. M. it waa 14 feet j at S o'clock it waa 15J feet; at 6) o'clock it waa 17j feet s at 8 o'clock it waa 181 feet; at 10 o'clock it waa 18 feet 11 inches; en Sunday morning the 18th at 4 o'clock A. M. the water had riaen to SO feet 1 inch at 8 o'clock to 20 feet 3 inches; andaf 0 o'clock to SO feet 4 Inches ; at 10 o'clock it atood at the aame; at 12 o'clock M. it had fallen threo fourths of an inch ; at 1 o'clock, P. M. an inch and a hrlf ; at 9 o'clock two inchee and a quarter ; at 5 o'clock it had fallen 5 inchee ; and at 6 o'clock it had fallen 7 inchee. It hat ainre continued to fall gradually. Horrid and AtrocUna .Warder. The Utict (N. Y.) Gazette haa the following particulars of an atrocioua murder, committed near that place : Mr. Van Ness' residence waa about three and a half miles from Auburn, on the west eh...

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

- V" ' V M" i V K ,4' i ' " ' Frpiri the New England Farmer. Reeelpe for Buckwheat Cefc.ee. g Vo desr Jsne, mix op the, cakes, y ,' 1 ! Just one quart of meal it takes? Pour the water jn the pot , Be ratefti! that 'til hot too hot : . . Sift the meal well through your hand ; Thicken well don't let it stand ; ' " ; stir quick clash clatter On whst a light delicious bstter ! Now listen to the next command ; On the dressar let it stsnd Ttist three-quarters of an hour, To feel thegentle rising power Of powders melted into yeast, To lighten well the precious feast, -Soe now it rises to the brim Oiiick, take the ladle, dip it in, So let it rest, until the fire The griddle heats, as you desire, 1 careful that the coals are glowing, No smoke around its whits curls throwing, A pply the suet suftly, lightly The griddle's black face shines more brightly, Now pour the batter on delicious ! Don't, dear Jane, think me officious ) t'tit lift the tender edges slightly Vow turn it over, quickly, spr...

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

terms or TIIEjAireilfcAl. II. B. MASSER, JOSEPH EI8EI.Y. , ? FoBMSRBSI ARB SPaoraisroas.' v. n. jmjssEK Editor, CJiee in Centre AlleyYtn the rear of It. B. Mas ' - ter't StoreA THE" AMERICAN" Is published every Satur uj i mi i uuiibAm per annum' 10 til paid half yearly In advance. No paper disconun tied till all arrearages are paid. ' - ' No subscriptions recalved for a leat period than six worths. All eomniunicau'ona or letter on business relating to the office, to iniure attention, must be POST PAID. 1 ,r ' H.B.laTASSSIi;, : ATTORNEY AT ,LAW. BUITBTJBV, PA. , Business attended to in the Counties of Nor thumberland, Union. Lycoming and Columbia. ' -,r Reihr toi!.,,i .i ,; . , ,. P. & A. POTOCDT, r ,,'.., I.owca & lUaaon," ' ' " ' ' floataa A 8ioioass " ' VMtad. '" R luteins, Moc'abl.hs & Co, ..-( v l Hpsatsa, loon ic UoH . , J "'ALEXANDER L. IIICKEY. v T RUN B'DXA S E R , JVo. ISO C'hcsnut Street, PIIXI.ABEI.FHXA. Ttf HERE all kind of leather trunk, valises and ' carpet...

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

AIUUVAb OF TIMB tjJpKttJflAf Tsrentywtwo Jara Laiir him "tirop. - The eteamer Hiberni U in lit Halifax and Bod ton, with advice from' Liverpool to the 4th In- '' .,.. ';., -! .H ...4 .-..'.'rr .The moat important item of intelligence W (1m vote in the British House of Common, tn 'favor of the hew Corn tawfche'me and Tariff of Sir Robert Peej, by the deciiied majority of 97, .' The Iron Trade was in full vigor, and the iron master were fall of orders.' The trade was con sequently very brik, ! " ' " Cotton up to the arrival of th Packet shin Pa trick Henry, had been depressed in price, but the news brought by her being considered oft somewhat' hostile character, the price rallied and th market became firmer. : t ' Provision and Flour were dull, and the money market, in consequence of the 13 million of pounds sterling locked up by the railway was very tight.; ..... , . The article of Maize or Indian Corn, was be coming very popular amoug the people, The French have met with disastrous ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 28 March 1846

, ,:' Correspondence of the Public Ledget.rVV Jmportaatl Mcssag from the Preside. WaIrinoton, Mnrcli 23, 1!, P. M. '.. ' I learn this evening, from source which 1 think may be relied upon, thit the President of the United State will to-morrow (Tuesdsy) vend to both Houses of Congress "War Meaeage," to use the language of rey informant,' in reply, probably, to the resolution of Mr. Dayton, offer ed in the Senate two or three weeks since, caN liny on the President for an expression of opin ion ae to whether any circumstances in the atate of our foreign relations render necessary an in. crease of our land end naval forces, and if so, what those circumstances are t I have once or twice before alluded to this resolution, and to the probability that it would elicit something of importance to the country. The ihipreasion Jias gained strength, since the arrival of the Hi hernia, that the bill of Mr. Fairfield, providing for the construction of ten war sttam-ships, Sic, ahould be passed ; an...

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

- A Pvtt Waiter General In JMsje.lsav .- , On my way to the North, in 183.f in company-wif ft several gcntleukW from' New' Orleans,' u happened that the stage In which ,wer were presenter, stopped for supper at small village, situated between the towns of Columbus ens) .nwville, on the Cumberland road, in the State ol Ohio. ' ' ! ' ' ' "'" 1 1 " ' 1 ' There waa a grand gathering of militia Cap tains, lieutenants, Etiagns, Sergeants, and Cor li.raht,, will, a; considerable mrinkling-1: pri vates, all of whom had boen exhibiting their pa triotism during the day, by marching lip and iIowji the toad shouldnqiig'arroai carrying ormg, h:i1 charging bayonets, preparatory to intended hostile operations against the neighboring Slate nf Michiu'nn, the authorities cf which and those nf the? Ohio, were at open r alinoat about hnvtUlury. '"""nl ' :' "" ' "' 't For the purpose of trtiuienient, it had been greed that the stage-driver Should be informed, onitkntinUt, that I was Artoa Kf.miai.i., Po...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 4 April 1846

TERMS OF TirR AMERICA!." BUNBUffiY AMEMCAN. P1RCRS OF ADyERTIjlXU. 1 square I insertion, fO tV 1 do J do . 0 76 1 do 3 do - . I Co EvTy subsequent Insertion, . 0 Yearly Advertisements! one column, $25 ; half If. B. MA88ER. 7 rciliaHiiii arb' S pRoraiiTom. JOSEPH EISEI.Y. H. B. JtASSER, Editor. Office in Centre Aliey.'JniereaTof If' B. Mas ser't StoreA AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. THE AMERICAN" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be Column, $18? three squares, $12; two squares, $9 ; one square, $5, Hslf-yearly t on column, $1 t lid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscriptions rereireifor a less period than IX Mohtss. All communications nr Isttftra nn half column, $12 ; three squares, $9 ; two squares, $5; one square, $3 f0. Absolute acquiescence in the decisions of the majority, the thai principle of Republics, from which there is no appeal bat to force, the vital principle anj immediate parent of despotism. Jarraason. Ad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 4 April 1846

.ca.Atim hi II 11 j n ! '. ' Prpsidkst Pot, oft th 90th ult., sent the fol lowing message to tht Senate, in answer to the r.ill upon him, in regard to the increase of our ii ivt and military forces. He says lie has seen 111 ranse to change hi opinion, expressed in. his I ist annual message, in relation to the matter. i ! i K:it subsequent events have strengthened tint opinion. Hi further says : il w.(s a wise maxim ot the Fathpr of lit conn l y, that "'to be prepnred'for war, is one of the iijnst efficient means of preserving peace, ' and jint, "avoiding occasions of expense by coltiva ' -a - p.-aee," we 'should "remember, also, that ! m.'ly disbursements to prepare for danger fre fully prevent much greater disbursements to j i 'Vvtit it." The general obligation to perform ivs duty is greatly strengthened by facts known ;othe whole world. A controversy respecting !' Oregon territory now exist b-tween the I 'niti'd States and Great Pritain ; and while, as Or a w know, the relations o...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 4 April 1846

It 1 . PRICE CURRENT. Corrected weekly by Henry Master. Wbsat, . . ino Rts, . . 63 Conn, . . . ' . fin Oats, . . . 35 Pork, . . . ' 5 FLtxstia, . . . ' M8 BfTTXB, . ; ' '' M Caen, . . . Bxkswax, , 35 Taliow, . 10 Flax, ... .10 Hick tun Flax, 10 Diumi Aerats, .75 Do. rKirRF.it, 150 " Good Intent Tiro Company. " A STATED MEETING of the Company will lie held on Tuesd it evening next, al 7 o'clock, at the Court House. Punctual attpitdanre it re quire!. HENRY LX)NNEL, AprrI 4. 184(5. Secretary. "Washington Fire Company." 'T'llE members of the "Washington Fire Com. - piny" are, requested to meet at tho Slate House, on Monday Evening, April 6, at 7 n' clock, precisely. Piincluiit attendance is required. April 4. SAMUEL J. YOUNG. See. Dyxpepsia of lO Years' Mandinsr. rilllE wife of 'aptin Robert, on Vino Slrcet, A near W'ater, CincitinaUi, ha been afflicted wilh DYSPEPSIA in it niot aggravated form fur the list ten vear, was recommended hi n lehrn. Ifil physician of Boston, New Yoik. Philad...

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

. AFFLICTION WJmt in Affliction T The rod "; By a merciful Father given, To lead our earth-bound souls to Coil, ' ' To mansions pure hased by the blood .' '' Of His only Son, in Heaven. When is Affliction? 'Tis found ' In sickness and cheerful health ;' When joy and peace in our homes abound. And troops of friends our path surround, In poverty or in wealth; Where is affliction ? (where nof ?) In the halls of the rich and proud, In the regal palace and humble cot, In earth's most distant and barren spot, In forest and city crowd. Whence is Affliction? See 'Tis thy Futher'a gracious hand, That fills thy cup up with agony, The rnp he has tnsted once for thee; To him surrendered stand. . VVhu is Affliction? To wean Out hearts from earthly love, T teach us on Him alone to lean, And strive for joys as yet unseen Prepared for us above. Then, mourner, weep no more Thou shult thy loved ones meet, When a few days or years are o'er. And with them worship and adore Around thy Saviour's feet. Th...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 11 April 1846

? rCRMS OFjmiAMGIUCAK'' !I;BSSER' i rnumiuii JOSEPH EISKI.Y. $Pm.,111T0M. K. It. JiJISSEK, Editor. Office in Centre Alley, in thtrearof II. B. Mas scr's Store. THE AMERICAN" in published every Satur day nt TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yenrly in advance. No paper discontin ucd till all arrearages ara paid. No subscription received for a leas period than ix MONTHS. . All communications or letters on business relating to the office, to insure attonlion, must be TOST PAID. H. B. MASSE?.. ATTORNEY AT LAW, SUNBTTHY, PA. Business attended to in ihe Counties of Nor ' thurolfrland, Union. Lycoming and Columbia. Ktfer to I P. K A. Tavoi'iiT, Lowr.n & Barro. So.llKRS SroIHIRASS, W'Al'lW. KkTIOMIS, McI'iflLlMD & Co. SpKnisn, 'iiinn & Co., josi:rii w. jones, JVi. 18 North 4th street n few dnort ulx.ve Market street, PHILADELPHIA, HAS rnnstintly on hand very birjre nsnrt mrnt of Looking Glnssre. Basket". Cedar Wn'e and Fancy Goods, which will be sold wholesale at the verv low...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 11 April 1846

LATER PROM MEXICO. Intelligence from Vera Craz to the 14th nit. has been received at New Orleans. Mr. Slidell was still at Jalnpa. from which place he address ed a letter to the Mexican Government, in order to inquire whether he should be admitted or not as minister. La Hesperia says that a Ion? de. hate had taken place at the Council on the re reption of the note. They advised the Govern ment not to receive Mr. Slidell, except as Envoy Extraordinary to settle the difficulty about Tex as, leaving all other affairs unattended to, until tlmt shall have been adjusted. The Government had not replied to Mr. Slidell. The papers say that rhere can be no doubt that the Government will follow the advice of the Council and refuse to receive him, save in the limited capacity of Envoy to settle the question of Texas Annexa t on. They antic ipate decider! action on the part of this country upon the reception of this re fusal. The Monarchical party is largely increasing, j end the Santanistos los...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 11 April 1846

DIKD, In this place, on Tuesday evening the 8th inst., Mr. GEO. WKITZEL, aged about M years. In Atiguata township, on Tuesday evening last. Mr CONRAD CULP. aged about 83 years. . In Havre He Grace, Md.,on the 28th tilt., Mrs. ELIZA S. BOYD, relict of the late William Boyd, aged about 53 years. """price current. " , Corrected weekly by Henry Masser. What, . . . . loo Rti, . 70 Conn, . . . 62 Oats, .35 Pons:, 5 Fnxsr.t:, ... . 12 Bcttr, - . 14 Eoq, . . . . .10 BanswtT, .... - 25 Taiiow, . , . . 10 Flu, ... .10 HlcKt.vtiFt.1T, . 10 Damn A rei ns, . 75 Do. Prachr. . 150 Where is Thomas ft likes f THE subscriber hud a brother nsmed Thomas Gilkes, who, when Inst heard from, in June, 1834, was at Northumberland. His employment wn on the river. He is now, if living, ahnut M years old. Any informatii n respecting him, direc ted to the subscriber, bin brother, "Ohio City, Cu yahoga county, Ohio, will be thankfully received. JOHN GILKES. April Uth, 1840. T AKE1T AZPJT. "T " THE folbwing descri...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 11 April 1846

... $m 'it'. .iNL Ai.tiTBfl.ATioN.Th following, which we find in an old newspaper, in, without doiiht. the most pTf'-rt specimen of alliteration extant Whoe ver has. Ht any time, attempted to indite an a ('rotie, is aware of the embarrassment of being confined to particular initiar letters. Yrt here the whole alphabet ii fathomed, ami each word in each line claims its own proper initial. It is i ally a curiosity. Slcfre of Belgrade. " n Austrian army awfully arrayed, I'nld'y by battery bcsmged Belgrade;. ( ossack commanders, cannonading come, Dealing destruction's devastating doom : . I A ery endeavor engineers essay, V-ir fam, for fortune fighting furious fray; (' -nenih 'gainst generals grapple gracious God I low honors Heaven, heroic hardihood; l ifminte, indiscriminate in ill, ''insmen kill kinsmen kinsmen kindred kill : Labor low levels loftiest, longest lines Men march 'mid mounds, 'mid moulds, id mnrd'rous mines : iw noisy noxious numbers notice nought i if outward obstacles ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 18 April 1846

TERMS OF THE " AMERICAN' if. B. MAS8ER, " ' 1 rviiiutiiii) JOSEPH EISELY. S Paorsnroas. ; w x. jmssbb, Editor, ; OJpee in Centre dlkTinVterear of B. B. Mas fert Siort.) . THE AMERICAN" Is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to ba paid half yearly in advance. ' No paper discontin M1 till ait, arrearages are paid.' - No aubacriptiona received for t leaa period than ix xowtbs. All communications or letter on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. E.B. NASSER, , ATTORNEY AT LAW, SUZ7B VSXTT. PA. Business attended to in the Counties of Nor thumberland, Union, Lycoming and Columbia. Refer to I P. & A. KOVOCDT, I.owta & Dabbo, Somsbs & Shodobass, PMlad. RitHOLDS, McKabiaud k Co, Sesame, Goon Sc Co., JOSEPH W. JONES, No, 18 North Ath street, a few doori above Market street, . HAS constantly on band a very large assort ment of Looking Glasses, Baskets, Cedar Ware nd Fancy Good, which will be sold wholessle at the very lowest price....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 18 April 1846

FOREIGN SEWI. .-... Bjr jextrnordlnr)r feaprett. " . JVeai Indebted 1 nh ThiladelphU Ledger , Tor the following inmnurjr of foreign' newt, , til-ought ly the Tilot Boat W. J. Romer, chartered fcxpressly for that parprrse by the Ledger end North American" of Philadelphia, and the Trl ,T! burteand Siiq vo( New York; ,n . !..! ' 1. 1 ? Cotton baii improved onseigth oft penny, ow '" ing to advices from the United State, and a ihort ( supply. . Wheat was .'from one to two pence a . , , bushel higher. , Flour was a ahilling better, and a, large demand. . - ' ' ' ' ' ' ' The attention of Parliament hat Dot been formally 3if eeted to the ttate of the Oregon re 1atione. The despatches tent over by our Ex - prs boat Romer, bad been ' laid before the min istry, but nolime Sfsptedfo thow their effect. ;.:; Parliament is engaged in a Coercive Dill for , Ireland, vi The Liverpool Courier of the 1Mb : sjyt h ttate of that country justifies any effort , for.it amelioration, but thinkt the Earl St. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 18 April 1846

C-Hewe IwrWieuUleskatssmfcoats. ' Id the, hat four Bumbe.-ey the prog-rese of steamboats, both in thia count, nJ Europe, hii been reviewed. showing rnnf .'ueive'v tha advance of mechanical knowledge in both court true. 1 hia is a subject alwaya iDtereeting? but there ia ens page in hiatorjr, which, though tat, ia dark and gloom. To' thia page we flow turn, in a abort notice, of the accidents that have occurred to eteamboate, eince their inn wuuiiun ia nis cuiirury. ' Tha first afeamboat accident in thia country liappened in 1818 to the Washington, on the Ohio r:v$r. According to a letter to Congress by the Secretary of the Treasury, written in 1338, the whole number of ateamenginea of ev ery kind that were then in ise in the United States, vji4 3010; of that number 800 were in eteambufta, 350 in locomotives, nd 1850 in manufactoriea of different kinds. The number of accidents to steam enirinea nn , - s r to that lime, causing loss of life waa 261, of which number, 23U were in steamb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 18 April 1846

, ,. JTipiDIIKI HAftYLAND. 'Talking of peculiar situations, gentlemen,' in id Mr. Tatem, .'1 waa once ia rather ainj- ular fit myself. r How eo how wee that T said wo. Tv. .' "'' t will tell you. ' Sahara and myself had gone to Cape May, that favorite resort of fashion and folly, during one of the hottest season ever got , 'up on this continent. It was intensely hot 1 I perspire intensely when ( think of ill Hare ; . you ever een at Cape le'and, gentlemen f - i A pprirral negative shake of the head follow . 'ed tnu question. ) :'; ' . , 'Then permit me, as a friend and well- wisher, to warn you against the place. A mora un inviting resort is not to be found. I have good Authority for stating that it is the only unfinieh-i-J portion of creation. They have a legend down there which runs thus: 'The hands were at work on this spot at the tail of the sixth day, but night overtaking them, they were compelled to auspend operations, and tlma the island was left incomplete !' To those who ar...

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