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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 25 April 1846

TERMS OF THE AMERICAM. , 31. B. MA88ER, l Puatisaaas ian '. ; JOSEPH EI3Ei.Y. jp,"""".'.." if. Bdilar. Office in Centre Alley, in the rear of H. B. Mas- ter'i Store.) 1 THE M AMERICAN" f.publi.Ked every 8atur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No piper discontin ued till ail arrearage are paid. , No subscription received for a leaa period than six oti. All communication! or lettera on busineaa relating to the office, to inaure attention." must be POST PAID. ' - ' ' Ha B lASSE?,., Attorney at uw, SUXTBTTBT PA. "Business attended to in the Countice of Nor thumberland, Union. Lycoming and Columbia. Heifer to i P. & A. Fovopdt, Lowta & Biano. ., BoMiaa A, Hvoneai, Philad. , , KaTKOt.De, McFarlaxb & Co. 8rai!t, Goon 4c Co., JOSEPH W. JOJiES, 4N0. 18 JVurfA ith street, a few duon above Market elreet, PHILADELPHIA, HAS constantly on band a. very large aaiort ment of Looking Glaases, Basket, Cedar Ware and Fancy Goods, which will be sold wholesale at...

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. — 25 April 1846

7 , From the Phil. Ledger of the 90tb inst. ARRIVAL. OI TUB eTEAMSHIP UNICORN. Important News frm Rnrope, -" LIGHT DAY LATER. ' . i ', ,Tho Unicorn arrived at St John, N. S.,on the 8th of April, and at Halifax on the 1 th. She has been detained a good debl by the ice in ' the vicinity of Newfoundland. "She brought thirty-three passengers from Liverpool. The C.ttoo Market, after all, has rallied but lit tie, enya the European Times. The English underwriters have already in trod need a clause into, their policies, atating that I hey do not insure against capture, or de struction by an enemy. k Biscuits of maize or. Indian corn, have been ' manufactured at Bristol, and they are described as very agreeable and nutritious". The Spectator thus estimates ths feeling of ' the House of Lords relative to the ministerial Corn lw Bill; 150 peers for the 'measure, 151 een'nst, 61 doubtful; 10 bishops fur, 10 $r inst, 8 or 10 doubtful. The Marquis da Beauharnois, brothor-in-law . of the Empress J...

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. — 25 April 1846

la rt being opened in many of the lar.ro townt, nd tjjo American mode of tiling it ie generally . adopted. . Lati and IifTRKKSTiNa ron Mexico We , are tarnished with the following extract from letter from New Orleans, dated the 11th int., ' 'Which ia somewhat later than the newspapers of the 11th inst., from that city, and gives the fol lowing interesing intelligence from Mexico. "The barque Naudain had jest arrived at that port at Vera Cnu, having sailed thence on the 3d instant. The captain of the Naudain inform ed me that he had converted with the American Consul, a few moments before sailing, and that the latter informed him that a revolution would rise in the city during the afternoon ; that the republican party and the friends of Santa Anna would unite to overthrow the existing govern went, and that Santa Anna was daily expected at VeraCrai." laon VTeaas at IlABaisBuao A bill was be fore the Legislature for the incorporation ef a company to establish works at Harrisbnrg to man...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 25 April 1846

hiarsfsissiStiimusLtiiAxi- ija..LajLJSJLL From Morrii'i National Press. ......u.,.-. vialoqvks or Olympic. V ; ;: BKTWS Tll OOPDRfSES .iw "" ""' COLUMBIA AND BRITTAfClA.? .-. -', , -nrittnniti titling tolut m a grove of fint let oiW si fountain. . . . "' Vrilt wonder what keepe Monsieur Gui ; so long. . lie should have bien here before ' tiii) time. I am afraid some accident lias hap , nied to tin) railroad cars. , Oli I hero lie comes, .Kinking like tho peia-Hiificalion of Justice. Muter Monsieur . Guizot, puffing and bhnving wiih u great pair of tcultS On hit bilch.) ' Brit Aht Monsieur Guizot', I am plod you nre come,, ii nd have brought your scales w fth ..viiii. When did you leave Paris, and how is i. iy dear friend, lmis Philippe! --, 1 .Mmiriir C.Eh bien; Heave; vat yon -.111 I leave; eli bien; I did leave deday af t.'f ti "morrow. : . it. -The deuce you did. Then I suppose )u come by' anticipation. Hfansirt.tr G. No, inadame. I did eonie ft .you call! eh! Idid,conio in onogr...

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. — 2 May 1846

TERMS OF TIIKMAMEIUCA1V. S UNBUILT AMEKICAN, rniCKs of AnyKRTisixo. I square 1 insertion, . fO BO 1 do 2 do .0 75 1 do 3 do 1 00 Evary subsequent insertion, 0 2f Yearly Advertisements: one column, f 55 half column, f 18, three squares, $12 5 two squares, f 9 ; one square, $!. Half-yearly t one column, f 18 t half column, t three squares, f 8 two squares, (5; one squate, f3 50. Advertisement left without directions as lo the length of limn they are to be published, will be continued until ordered out, and charged accord; inrjly. fji"Sixteen lines or less make a square. JOSEPH WISELY. S PoPRiiTOBi. . II. rt.tSSKIt, Editor. Office in Cenit AIUft int7iereapfIf. B. Mat ter's Store. THE" AMERICAN" is published every Satur .lay at TWO DOLLARS per Annum to be paid hnlf yearly in advance. No paper disconlin tied till Ait arrearages are paid. No subscription received for less period than si months. All communications or letters on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 2 May 1846

m iioran op KErnKiKTATivnn, l-lnrcup in the limine tor. Wrfmter antt Mr. J,t gt:rni!l Exciting flisrttsion. Washington, April 27, lSfi. As soon as tlie Journal had Wen read, Mr. C. .T. Ingersoll rose and asked leave to make a per sonal explanation. Objection being roade from several c)iirirtir!i, be moved a suspension oftlie Rules, unit the mo lion prevailed, yens 102, nays 2'i. Mr Ingersoll then repented wliat lie had laid una former occasion in relation to the unexpect ed discoveries he had made at the S!ate Depart ment, relative to the peculations ofMr. Webster, t'pnrt the reception of the President's Message, inclining to give the required information, he, Mr. Ingersoll, had contented himself with mere 1 stating that the charges eou'd be proved by the evidence in the Department, lie did not then proceed further, because he was so advised ly his friends, under the impression that Mr. Welifer himself would demand an investiga tion. As this had not been done, and as Mr. W. bud deni...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 2 May 1846

ENGLISH GRAMMAR. The Cotnjc Grammar nay : But rcmpmber, though box In the plural makes boxes, The plural of ox Should be o.ren not oxes. To which an exchange paper adds : And remember, though fleece In the plural is fleeces, That the plural of goose Arn't gooses nor gcrsn. We may also be permitted to add : And remember, though house In the plural is houses, ' The plural of mouse Should be mice and not mouses. Philadelphia Case tic. All of which goes to prove That grnmmer n farce is ; For where is the plural Of rum and molassess? Xcio'Yorlt Gazette. The plura! Gazette Of rum, don't ns trouble; Take one glass too much And you're sure to see double. Urookly Daily Advertiser. A lingular sight, To see double must be ; That the cute is objective, AH Tetotlor's agree. Picayune. Cranberries. The most successful method of transplanting the vincp, ie to take them from the meadow in largo tufts, and set them in holes from three to four feet apart. Manure formed of mud or muck from low humid pl...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 2 May 1846

X 4 1 '.' -i i m ' C.trMlve KtTVrls of Jlumfrlimi A youiij iady ofOhio, about 18 years of nge, v ho ha ben fur some time at school at Uur f ifj, Cjnn.' received an injury in the lower part if hpr spine, in Novembor lust, from a fn II, which rendered her unablo to bear even (he slightest ih'vation toward an erect position, and kept her in continual pain. She was attended by the must skilful physicians without benefit, but at length, under the advice of a physician of this nty, she was placed on a bed constructed for llio purpose, ami brought here by railroad and MivimWt, with the view of trying the elTocts nf mesmeric treatment under his direction, iSIm arrived here on tho 3d inst. accompanied by her lmthr-iii-law and sifter and put up at Jndson's t Intel, 'Broid way. The follo'ving evenin? the physician introduced Mr. Oltz, a distinguished tnajnetiror, and recommended him to make the proper mesmerie passes slnnr tho spine for the purpose of allyinp the high nervous excitement under ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 9 May 1846

-ai TERMS OF TIIK " AMERICAN." BUNBTOT AMBBICAH. TRICKS OF AUV EltTISIXG. I square I insertion, fO 60 1 do 3 do . 0 75 1 do 3 do 1 00 Every subsequent inxertinn, -0 2ft Yearly Advertisements: one column, f25 ; half column, f 18, three squares, $18 1 two squares, f 'J ; one square, $r. Half-yearly: one column, f IS ; half column, f H ; three squares, J8 ; two squares, f."; one square, $3 ftO. Advertisements left without directions ns to the length of time they are to be published, will be continued until ordered out, and charged accord; ingly. (Sixteen lines or less make a square. H. 1). MA8SER, JOSEPH EISELY, - PUBLISHER ADO 'ROPHI KTORB, J. JMSSEil, Editor. Office in ttwfr-e Me'in thereof of If. B. Mas ser't Stvre. THE" AMERICAN" is published every Satur day nt TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in adranro. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a less period than IT MrtfTHs. All communirationa or letter on business relating to t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 9 May 1846

1 From the Philadelphia Ledger. KICIIT DAV8 MTRR FROM RNHI.4.VII, llj' the Steamship Camhrln. Total .v of the Camhi in on ('ape Cod i;mc ami rassengers isaveti t,rrni i.x cilenunt in F.ngland in the Irish Coercion 1UII and Corn Lutes Pralialdc llclirc, tncnt of Sir Robert Peel Advance of Cot ton Attempt to Asstissinati: Louis VhDippe I light oj .arvnez Jrom Upton, iVc. ivc. "hp steamship ( nmhnn, on comim' into 1'ostnn nn Saturday night I a si, went ashore on Cape Coil. The passengers (one iimnlri il in number) ii rid mails were saved, but the vessel, it is feared, will bo n total loss. She went a flinr( in a fog. The news brought by her is down to the lfllh nit , and is of a pacific cluraetor. ' the mlvieee that went nut from this rnnntry by the llibrr ni l were considered in England as tending to preserve ponce "between the two countries. The Kn;!ih people are engrossed by their own public affairs, and the excitement i'lHin ''ir Corn Laws and the Irish Coercion Mill bad reached su...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 9 May 1846

1 T Erik Extsnsio Canal. This Canal (says the Erie Gazette) ii now in full tide of successful op oration. Heavy amounts of groceries, glass and glassware, anil other Pittsburg manufactured ar ticles, have been carried from Pittsburg to Trie, to be there transshipped to various points on the Inkes. From the auspicious commencement, we should judge that a brisk trade will be carried on this season. It further says "An enterprising iron master from the Chf-ntin-go Valley informs is that there are now in pro gress of erection fourteen new furnaces in Mer cer County alone, the whole of which number are upon or near the Extension Canal, which af fords them the means of cheaply handling their raw material. This gentleman assures us that one thousand miners are now wanted to mine t' mn ore and coal in the Valley of Chenango, as it is impossible, he says, without the addition of 'that number, to stock the works and keep them 'in operation. Men that have some experience, in tnining are greatl...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 9 May 1846

The Way aha FUfd film. If there is really dilTtr.tilt point 1o be man ned, a ii J acutencss im rriiird to effect it, cumtmnd us to woman's; wit fur the purpose. Now there) was n certain tin ware pedler who travelled the city to dispose of notions to mtcJt as were willing to bargain. Ilo wnsa pprscvcrinjT trader, and never Buffered himself to he bluffi'J orT with n short answer. One limine, in particiilar, he continued to visit, in pitc of continued rebuff, and assurance that t'othinsf was wanted they never bought poode in that way. Nevertheless he made his culls Ktnnilily, with each regular round, until he be came n repnlnr pats--and in reply to the infor mation that it was useless to call, he made known hi purpose to do bo just as often aa he pleased. One bitter cold day, the house bell ranjr and tfctf good lady hastened to get her hands from the dough in which they were busy, to answer the call. When there stood the everlasting pod I nr. 'Any tin-ware wanted to-day, ma'am 1' 'Have...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 16 May 1846

TERMS OF THE " AMERICAS." II. B. MA8SER, : 1. PVBIISSJIIII AK! JOSEPH EISELY PaoPHIKTOIIS. MT. B. JIJISSEn. Editor, ' CJJlee in Ccnlrt 'Alley t in iktrtar of JL B. Mat' -t .. .'. . . , tcr's StortA . - , .. THE AMERICAN" ispubiishod every Stinr-f- day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to !e pajd half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till Ait arrearages are paid. subscription received for a less period than six won-rns. AM communications or letters on business relating ! office, to insure attention, aiuat be POST PAID. , ' : ' ATTOKNK Y AT LAW; SUJTBUaT, PA. i : Business attended to irt the Counties of Nor- thunjl erland, Union. Lycoming and Columbia, lirrer tot tr to i . , , iT, no, I DtuM, ' VMlaJ. T.fiA. Fotoiu.t, Lowtn & Uxnn So.s & SrToDOtuss, ..' nstwoinn, McKAtitlRDtkCo. I , , SpuniHO, Goon 6c, Co., - J JOSEPH -W. JONES, 'Kb. i8 Karfh ilh street, a few oW tibave Market :i in--: ' street, nir-AB-iriiiA, HAS constantly on hand a very Isrpe assort ment of Look ing Glses. ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 16 May 1846

IMPORTANT FROM THE AHMY. OF OCCUPATION. HOSTIMTia ACTUAXtiV GOKMBXCKD. TAVton't cOMMVftiCATio ctt orr. Al lack of av Company of the V. S. Dragoons vpnn the Mexic ems Tvcniy six nj the V. States trtmpi HUed, and the rest mmU Pri-toners- (ton. ' Taylor expected In attack Matamoris on the QSth ultimo Requisi tion of the Governor of Louisiana for troops '1giltu.Te V&ted flUnO.OOO Ureat Ex citement among the Ttxas and Louisiana Volunteers The Southern mail of Saturday snd Sunday bring extra from the' New Orleans paper to the Uii initant, with the following important intelli gence from the army on the Rie Graude. The new that hostilities Jad actually' commenced, had produced $u great excitement in Gsiveeton and New O-flesns, and a large body of volunteer were alaeady prepared to march to Gen. Taylor' 'iaitance. . From the New Orlean Bee Extra. SATURDAY MORNING, Mat 3, 6 o'clock. COMMENCEMENT OF HOSTILITIES ! From the Galvetton A'eivs Extra, ,1pr. 30. On Thursday morning, 23 ult., a Me...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 16 May 1846

cion, th honor, the r!htt, and the interests of our country. The President then refers to instructions given to Gen. Taj lor in August last, authorising him, incase of emergency, to call upon Texas and the neighboring states for volunteers, and says : On the 2d day of March, he was again remin ded, "in the event of the approach of any consi derable Mexican force, promptly and efficiently to ose the authority with which he wae clothed to call to him auch auxiliary force as he might need." War. actually existing, and our ter ritory having been invaded, General Taylor, pursuant to authority vested in him by my di rection, has called on the Governor of Texas for tour regiment of State troops two to be mounted, and two toserveon loot; and on the Governor of Louisiana for four regiments of in fantry, to be sent to him aa soon as practicable In further vindication of oar rights and de fence of our territory,! invoke the prompt ac tion of Congress to recognise the existence of the war, and ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 16 May 1846

- Awother Soak for Cera. -i Dr. Samuel Webster, rd Charlestown, New Hampshire, has published in the New Enf ahd Farmer, . a communication detailing the result of certain experiment which he made last year, in soakinf corn the substance tof which we will condense for the benefit of our render, denmtnff his experiment worthy ofno'eot this particular time. '.' ' '. ' : '.- i Somu time last May, the doctor eeeidently saw a notice of 6ome mode of preparing seed for planting in Germany, which waa to ensure good crops even "Pn poorpd barren land, at a trill. log coat. What the preparation waa, the die coverer refused to make known. " While thinking-over the various substances that had been or might be used with advantage, it occurred to him that muriate of mmonia, the common aalammnnia of the druggist hartshorn might! snswer well for the purpose required, both from the nature of its bane and ita acid, and he deter mined to try the experiment of using it. lie accordingly dissolved a , email...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 23 May 1846

TERMS OF THE " AMERICA!." If. B. MAS3ER, Poatimmii ism . JOSEPH EI8ELY. $ ri,T,, H. JT. JHJSSKR, Editor, Office in Centre AITey, in the rear" of If. B. Ma eer'e Store.) ' TIIE AMERICAN" Ts publfsfied titty Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be )iid half yearly in advance. No paper dieconti ti lled till Ati arresrsges are paid. No subscriptions received Tor a less period than aix MoMTiia. All communications or letters on business relating to the office, to insure attention, oust be POST PAID. . - . .ALEXANDER U IIICKEY. THUNIC BIAICER, No. 150 Clicanut Street, , -PHXIVADELPHXA. . "TXTHERE all kinds of leather trunk, valises and carpet-bags, of every style and pattern are manufactured, in the beat manner and from the best materials, and aold at the lowest rate. Philadelphia, July 19th. 1845. ly. ' TERMS REDUCED. D.tGUERRlAN GALLERY of Patent 1'remi. um Colored likenesses, and Photographie Drpnl t . "So. 13GChcsnut StreetPhiladelphia. Jit. SSI Brosdwav, New Yrkt No. 75 Court '-' Str...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 23 May 1846

From the Philadelphia Ledger, May 13. FROM THE . ARMY OF OCCUPATION. Caafltct between Tcaan Hangars anal tha Mexican Traapa. GKITEtAL TAYLOR SURROUNDED. By Che SawrVern Mail ef tVit morning, w have received extras from tba Baltimore Sun office containing the following Intereating intelligence from tha Seat or War. It waa received in Wash ington by an extra of the New Orlcana Bulletin, May 9th, and telegraphed to Baltimore. e-ao TBI seat or war. . Ity the antral of the schooner Ellen and Cla ra, Capt. Griffin, from tha Brazoa St. Iago, ac counts from Point Isabel to the morning oNhs 29th ult., have been receiveJ. ' The fart, howerer, that communication had mnt been had for three daye between Point Isa bel and the Camp of Gen. Taylor, it alone suffi cient to keep anxiety on tiptoe. Wa learn from Capt. G. and Dr. Briggs, a pas senger, who baa been aereral months with the army, that Capt. Walker, formerly of tha Tex tin revenue service, who has been atationed be tween Point Isabel and G...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 23 May 1846

GHNBRAt, TAYLOR. At there is a general desire to learn tome 1hin;6f the history, character and qualifications f)f General Taylor, who now atanda to connpi uouely before the whole country at the com mander of the army of occupation, we extraot 'from one of our exchange the following aketch. It will be intereitfng: "Gen. Zacbary Taylor entered the army in 1808, immediately after the attack on the Chee apeake, and hat been in the service of hit coun try from that time to the present. Having entered the army aa a lieutenant of infantry he bad risen to the command of t company at the beginning of the tail war. For his gallant defence of Fort Harrison on Hhe 5th September, 1912, President Madison conferred upon him the brevet rank of Major, 'end he. is now the oldest brevet in the army, In 1832, he became the Colonel of the Gtli 'infantry; with this rogirncnl he went to Flori da in 1833, were he was always foremost in danger. ' ' On the 25th December, 1930, Col. Taylor, at the head ot a d...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 23 May 1846

A Theatrical Awetlraeer. . A ymwf wag who lied mada 'going, going, poing,' hie profession- great favorite: among knights of th buskin,' beiidei being chosen a favorite among the ladies, was once mounted, hummer in hand, selling a piece of furniture. lie was wbll conversant with all the best dram atic productions of the day, and among the rest, of the Hunchback, then the rage in. Boston, where the joke occurred. Fanny Kembie was t the time delighting the town with her 4 Jul in,' and every body waa well acquainted with the celebrated lines. Clifford why,don't yon speak to me, O, Clifford, ii it you?" he., cc, which are ranked among the favorite poiute of the play. 'Ooing, going lart call 6ny-two any uioreT fifty-three go on gentlcnmen thank you air fifty three dollars J last call once twice any more, gone ! who is it V' There was a pause and nobody answered. 'Who ia it.' who bid fifty three f "Fifty two waa my bid,' taid some one. Who bid fitly three J some one said fifty three; who b...

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