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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 January 1854

. ... .. ' ' " " '.' '" fy'"- i . " ' ! :.r Ml T ) .' 'II ill r,i'. ' l '" SPrrci- , OFFICII .MARKET .TKKKT,. OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE, i '',;Sl .IT.imdy iirtiispfiprr-DctJoua to Jjoliuts. afirrittuif. 4tioriiui., .ifornun ano Donubiic dicuis. jstirnce ano tae Elvts, SlovftuUurf . iiiaiRets, amusements, Kt J NEW SEK1ES, VOL. ii, K0.4v.i 1':.?. ' ' ' ' ;,.'-.,,r' ' 41 '"' ,,J"" sunduuy; nuuthumueuland ooumt, va-i'satukday, January r, 1 4. OLD SERIES, VOL. 14, KO. Iff. , TttM3 OF THE AMERICAN. TMK AMKRICAM i .lilniit every ftiWntay ! "TWU DOI.I.A 18 per Hiinmn li lie pa,J """ """ "' dvuo. N p ditcotitinul until all .rroimii! '"Ati iimmiirnti or Wtwi f-n lnriiir ."I?!!1' " Ik v.bc, W imur atuiitiuri, mint bo I era 1 I aiu. TO CIXBS. THr ..pl.t lo on. .Udrew, , vii U Do (m Filtee -. ! 1" , 80 , dollar, in .ilvmiw will p1 for lhr. r" ,U,H .ripiiini to Iht Aawicsii. On. Snu.io of l line., 3 liiflu Kt.it nilM'iutsnl iiiHrtioo, ln. rqunra, 3 nnith.t ftil mnthl -On. year. Budnen Card, nf Fiv...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 January 1854

SUN BURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. TUB MASSACRK. The St. LnnU Democrat hat A arlicV on the subject li.f bj massacre 'nf Captain Gmuin and h "jy, '' P'"" plui.ni Ili.il outrage perpetrated m l ,y ihe Indian,' '.v Mormmi fit lisniW The edi'lir : UV hive nti'"r"'l upon the n1jr with UPven,! old' mnmiiai'ieer. men who have epenl.a Jyk f r8'1'0" "f 'heir Rocky rMuuhtaina, and ' ir fami'lnr l h Ihe Indjan of thai -tesifm 5 urn ihey hare l.ifoimed ii thel the fiiciuitc.tcnminiice. a ile.l in the published nct'iimit nf the 'affair, ' iiMti" mi.l sirniiuU lhal it n luii ihewnrk nf I dian. In the first place, lht mnnler coul.l rot have hurt) committed lhi Parvai.t. Hie Iribf lnh ibiluis lh region of country in which it oecnireit ; because , Kern nmt thr of tin party were killed with fiie arms; and thn Indian h i m fine, and l.i ii nl inulf rstnnd their ne. The U'ah live remote from tlic spot where the :"oa-ily wa pei'nrmed; Hint lieide, the ne ni peace uiid H II while men, rxcept ih ..ii...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 January 1854

.MJ;Iorrc0poiibciue.. " 113-Th following letter ihouM have appeared in our columni i month aince, kad it not beea mislaid, W trust lhat it it not ) t too late, and therefor lay it bfort our reader-: ' 1 ' . , ' Fiit tit Banbury American. ' llaghrsvillt. Potter Connty, . , Ooib.r 29 h, 1853. . ' Dix. Si As a piopoaaturof truth you rill no doubt admit soma of the following remark in vur esteemed paper, in order to ditpel the uncertainly, which apprait to pie- ail yet about our settlement. Most of you readers must hare heaid ot Ol Bull' or I be Norwegian Oulany; ihey probably rrcullt-ei too, (ta brilliant beijitiniiiir, and may have heard aomelhinsr abont il decease ! Il i true Ule Bulla colony, (in itself an improper niimei having produced arnonii a number of Norwe gian the opinion f lormiiia an iiulependnnl Norwegian Mate,) is no more. Olu Bull. ifieil that (in rnuld neither to hi own, nor other people' satisfaction nr heart rnnteni, gave up all hi claims to the few ihnnand acre of l...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 January 1854

SUNUUHY. AMERICAN AND BHAMOK1N JOUllNALr. DAVIS & OULIN, v tl)ir, L.a.lvTICRS'j & I IIANDM IKR. - iV. JS. Corner Fourth and Cherry Slrittr, " HtXiASBXiPItXAi n A VINO enlarged nml improved their fttoi ami having the largest assortment of Lampi In Philadelphia rily, thev are now prepared furnish PINE OIL CAMPHENE, buiuuivq fluid, PTITEREAL Olli. Pbewpbene t m1 T.r1 Oil, t.ntni, Lntitcttmof ollpatern. Fancy tlolr n,1 H!l Lamps, Chstidelier, Girandole am Ciinilcleitbra. aihCUriltnnniil Lamp. '. nt I n Manufacturers' lowest prices. Glase Lamp b tbo pickage. atamall advance over Aurtioi price.. Peine; lame MANUFACTURER .. linn Oil. Burning Kluid, Ethereal Oil, Alcohol, ami (the only true) Phosgene Ga. thrv can fur tiiiili tlir'i niliclc al such prior Hint Merchant, w ill fiiul it to their advantage to hny. Call liefon p.iin r elsewhere, if you want bargain. Alii Ihii Siifrlv I'l ill l.nmp fur sale. Phi acpt. 84, 1R43. ly. Important to Coal Dealers. mHK ii1i'ri(rrn hereby Inform t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 January 1854

1 ' Jiiy'jmm 5 i 4-3.1"- s' K v- i ill R 1 0 AN i- . J 1 -I S:C:NB :fr.- H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND P110PRIET0R. ' NEW SERIES, VOL. 6, NO. 43. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THK AMKRICAX la publislietl every Peturday al TWO DOLLARS per aiuium to be paid half yearly in , eavaiiee. paper uukoiiuuucu umi Ai.i.f -paid. All eommunicatlnne or letters on business relating to . . the olSee, to insure attention, muat be I'USI I'Aiu. ...... TO CLUBS. Tare eonie to on address. 5 00 ' Bavs ' V Do lou . r if teen Do 'Do SOW Fire dollars In advance will pay fur three yeai'a uU- eerlption to in American. One Sonata of Itt Hnee, 3 tiineei Every eabeeqtient insertion, One square, 3 monthar 91 months, One year, Ruiiiieaa Cards of Five lines, per annum, Morchante and others, advertising by Hie year, with the privilege of inserting 4 liferent advertisements weekly. IV larger Advertisements, as per agreement. 100 3 3U0 61 KP 00 3 (HI 10 00 H. Be MASSES, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SD1TBURT, FA. . D uainess attended to in th...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 January 1854

. - SUNBURY "AMERICAN AND SHAMQKIN JOURNAL. 1 Jih. "Should lh City make the Subscrip tion asked for, what security ii ihtra that connection shall not be made by the Catawis ' ea toad lo New York V 1 ' I answer! frankly, that if our legislature fcrent tho right of way, I know of bo power to prevent such a connection. While this ia categorical answer to ihe question, t may perhaps be permitted to ad 1 a few remarks on this point. There Is no part of the Catawissa Road thai is not at least 40 miles nearer to Philadelphia than to New York, and Ihe grades to our city hre infinitely superior to the roads leading to New York. The Sunbury and Erie Railroad Company need not allow their ears to proceed to New York. Hence at Ihe point of diver- gence, if any; the cars wonld have lo be un loaded and reloaded. With this heavy item of expense, equal IS) some fifty miles of trans portation, together with 40 miles of actual distance inonr favor, 1 feel that noapprehon. sion need exist nbout the con...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 January 1854

SUNBUItY AMERICAN AND SHAlTOKIN JOURNAL. EXTRACTS FTOM GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. The operations on the public works for the Var just closed do not present a very flatter ing picture, so Tar as relates to net revenue. The aggregate amount of business was larger by twenty per cent, than that of any former year, arid trie gross receipts amounted to the som ef $i,34,495 33, being an excess of but $35,683 91 orer the receipts of 1853. This increase of tonnage without a corresponding increase of receipts is the oonseqUrnoe of a very great reduction in the rate of toll", a mea sure, in the opinion of the Canal Commission ers, demanded by publio policy; and it may be said that whatever has been lost to the treasury was giren to extend commerce and trade. The expenditures for the year accord ing to the report of I ho Canal Commissioners, amounted to the sum of 81,177,742 75, leav ing a net balance of $754,752 68 ; but as Shis sum does not include any portion of the cost of new locomotive engines a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 14 January 1854

A STRING OF ITEMS. ; Hon. Charlea Sumner la about to lcnrt the Senate. Every man is Worn a soldier; all are ions or Ma'. ' . There are near 23,000 post offices in the United Jiulcs. The emigration inla Iowa the'present seoV on is astonishing and unprecedented. The London Times bitterly denounces John Mitohel's speech at San Francisco. If yon wish to sell more goods this year than you ever did before, advertise more. . A Young Child died near Mount Holly on Monday, Irom eating matches. 'Spurious gold coin Is in circulation at Wheeling, Va. We are to have a telegraph to England within years. The New York Sunday dispatch has been enlarged to about the size of tho side of a house. Ko.sulh, it is said, is about to leave Lon don for Constantinople, at the invitation of the Porte. It is said the receipts of the Pennsylvania Canals this year are 835,000 more than last year. Wiitpr is as scarce as ever in Pnttsvillo.and from present prospects not much chance of the deficiency mending. "Turn ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 January 1854

Ms&imm- . a ft irn td iiWWl A w i i MWMiWmm -HL 1YJL JLU JUL P, AN 1 1 0 II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE tilE POST OFFICE: J 1 AL NEW SERIES, VOL. G, NO. 44. Si if nmfly iltuspapcvDti)otrt to jjolftfcs.'atttrature, -morauia, jforcfou nita aomcstft Slttas, Science ana the outs, aflrlcu!twe,"wwlicts7amuscments,"lfec : TSraliUR SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, isU. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TIIH AMKR1CAN is puulinhrit every fcitunloy nt TWO DOI.LAKtt (wr tutmim lo fori pnid litilf yearly in .ilviince. No Dunor uiicoiitiitued until all arrearage, ure pnisl. i . All communication, or tatters oil bn.incM Mnlmg to Ihs ulnce, to insure utu-ntiou, inu.t b l'OBT PAID. TO CLUBS. Three copies to on address. s0" Peven lj 'Da " Fifteen Do I) I'ive dollar, in advance will pay for three yent's sub scription to the Atnerivun. One Snunrc of 1(1 line., 3 limns, Ki'eiy .ti1i.etiicnt insertion, ue Pquare, 3 month., Six month., One year, JlimincM Cord, of Five line., per annum...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 January 1854

WRECK OF THE BAN FRANCISCO. 240 LIVES LOST. Eaucty or the Wombn and Cmtnniii Major Tayltr and Wife among Ike List. New Yob:, Jan 13. By the arrival of the barque Three Bells, int.llig.nea ha. at M been "f the wfeck of the ..oaru.hip San Fran , n -rendered certain that .wo h umlr d nd fortv of those on board perished, having cale on the 23d ol trecm, the Lucy Thompson, and 13 soldiers volun leered to remain by her and assist '" ing her Into port. II is, I I t . . 1 -. r. in in 1MB uu.a Itmi no naa oeuii uii i . . I rl a. rA I, UUU ' " na. utcii and steamor I Ctiantllcr humid lo gov ves.ol was crippled. . ' - Major. Taylor and Wife,h," UsU In, on, Lieu.. Smith, and Captain Field. On board .he barque Three Bel! a c hundred and thi-.y of the ,aved, "ticld.".-. Major Wyaa nnd Lieut. Winder.. - Oilier, of .he rescued, including Col-Gates, MHiorMetch.nl, Col. Burke, Cap.-... J"- . Lieu,. Fiernonl, Lient- LM"' Tni VnnVoorl, including all l J'7 "C the wife of Colonel Talor,aro on boaid .In b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 January 1854

. - Correspondence of Ins Tubllo ledger. .1 LttiEa rnoM washingto . Washington, Jan. 14, 1854. At tbt beginning of this Congress, hopos "ur cnierlained that tbii session would be errninatel on or about the 30th of Jane; but to judge from present appearances,, this is .ui ,1Keiy io be the case. The amount of ousineis now before both houses, will alane suffice to spread out the session till Anirnsi. ml enough will be superadded to require a vui..p o, njontns more. Let mo try to ro yievr the case. We have now the following M.uriniii measures before Concress. . i.i. uur entiul American relations, Iho fcebate on which, may lust (he Semite some mree or four weeks. O 1 n.. . . iexican reunions, including the JSinmus of Tehnunlcpec. " 3d. The fisheiios and reciprocity with wuiaaa, wnich require an act of Congress. .4th. A revision of tha Tariff. . Din. A revision of ilia Tatetit laws of the United Slates. 6lh. The settlement of the question wheth er ttie privilege of levying a tonnage only ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 January 1854

THE BROKEN HOUSEHOLD. ' BY AMC CaY. Vainly, inly, memory .eek Round our father' kiico, Lnnuhing eycoand rosy clioekt Where Ihey used In bo Of th circlo one o wide, Ther nre wanderer, thero nitTO died. Golden haired, and dey eyed, Prattling all tha dny, Was the baby firot that died ) Oh ! 'twas hard In luy Pimpled hand and chuek of novf In the grave so dark and low. Smiling back on all who smilleil, Nu'cr by sorrow thralled Half a woman, half a child, Was the next una called ; Thn a grave more deep and wide Made they by the baby's side. When or where the other died Only heaven can tell, Treading ma'ihoiid's path of piido Was he vrhen he fell ; Happy thistles, blue and red, liloom ubout his lonely bed. 1 am for the living three Only left to piay ; Two are on the slurmy sea, Farther still than they, Wanders one his young heart dim, Oltunest, mJst I pray for him. Whatsoe'er they do or dare, Whereso'er I roam, Have them, Father, in thy care, Guide them stilly home ! Home, oh ! Father, in...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 January 1854

AMBR u It 3, MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR; OFFICE," MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE; 1 jFamHu SietospaBcr-Dcvotcli to JJoUtfcs, nfteraturr, Jtloiaiitij, iron ton ana Domestic 2Utos, Science ana the Slits, agriculture, jUarUets, Elmttscmcnts, z NEW SERIES, VOL. 0, NO. 45. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNT yp7 SAT UllUAY, JANUARY 2H, 1854. OLD SERIES, VOL. 14, NO. 19.' Rt Y tW'H'ViiKSi TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THR AMERICAN la published every Saturday nl TWH DUI.I.A.U3 per milium to lie (mid Imlf yearly in advance. No paper discontinued until all urrearugoi ure ud. All communication or letters on Imsiucss relating to tlie allies, to insure attention, must bs i'OST 1'AID. TO CI.UU9. frhres copies to one address, 5 " Seven U Do 10 Fiuent Do Do 8" 00 Five dollars in advsncs will pay for Hires yeat's sub Icripliou to tile American. btio Sniinre of IS lines, 3 times, Kvery subsequent insertion, One Square, 3 moittbs, Six months, " One year, Business Cards of Five lines, per annum, Muicha...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 January 1854

CALIFORNIA NEWS. ' IMIML OF THE JiORTftERN LIGIIT. LATER FROM CAi.ironi.IA. Th exports of B"'J from San Ffanci,c0! during Ilia pan! year, amomiled to nearly nixty-eight millions of dollar, nshonby iho 'manifests cleared ill the Custom House ; which, however, does not include llio ..mounts tarried away by r-a..eiig. ia. The ,0,hI m' porta of gold cince llio discovery of it in Culifomia, is atimated at $100,000,000. During 1853, 35,000 pa..cni;cr nrrived, and 30,000 left the poll of Pan Finnrisco. Properly amounting lo S 1.500,000 was aold at Snn Frnuei.co on llio !6:h lilt., nt a comidemblo advance over it estimate., value. Thrco daily papers are nhnut to appear at Stockton. Ida Biewer, tho tmmieirs of Mary Lee, has been acequitted at Sacramen to, aaaiiist clear evidence. The pnprrs weie passing round the names of the. Jurymen. Farmers are sowing great quantities of wheal in Culifomia. The season is unusual ly favorable and early. The Indians at Tejoii Reserve, under the Superintende...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 January 1854

JTo reign Nciue. ARRIVAL OF THE N I A G A It A , At Halifax. LATER FROM EtROTE. Turkish Affair mor Complkattd A Gener al War Inevitable Instructions ft) the Com bined Fitett to force Russia to abandon lies' tillitics in the Black Sea The Czar ttfuses the Intervention cf Frame and England New Warlike Movements Disturbances at Constantinople France dissatisfied with Austrial and threatening to aid the Hunga rians and Italians Popular Excitement against Prince Albert in England The Prince Accused of Betraying the Secrets of the Cabinet to Austria and Russia Heavy Snow Storm in England, France and Belgi um Floods Expected. Halifax, January 23. "The British Mail steamship Niagara, arri ved this morning with Liverpool dates to the 7lh instant, which is one week later than ie eired by the Europa. She left Liverpool al 2 o'clock on the afternoon of the 7th, and ar. rived here between 9 and 10 o'clock this morning The steamship Atlantic, Captain West, ar rived out on Thursday, January 5th at...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 January 1854

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 4 February 1854

' " " ' SUN BURY SWBk. AMERICAN, H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. NEW SERIES, VOL. G, NO. 46. v TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. . THE AMERICAN la published .very Saturday l TWO DOI.I.AH3 per annum to ha paid half yearly iu fcilvnnc. Mo paper discontinued until all arrearages are puid. All communications or letter! on business relnMngto Ihs office, to inauro attention, mult be l'US'f PAID. TO CLUBS. Tlirea oopiea to one address, tSOO fovea l) Do WOO Fiiter-ii Do Do 8UO0 Five dollara In advance will pay for thcea ytat'a suU oriplion tu the American. One Annate of 19 lines, 3 tiinea, Kvery eubaequent inaertion, One $qunre, 3 moullia, Si mouths, One year, llitsiuess Cards of Five lines, par annum, Mciehnnts and ntbers, advertising by Ilia yenr, with the privilege of inserting different advertisements weekly. tV larger Advertisements, as per agreement. 100 as 3lHI 600, WK) 300 1000 ,H. B. 1AS3EE., ATTORNEY AT LAW, SUNBURY, PA. B usiness attended to in the Counties of Nor thumberland, Union, L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 4 February 1854

SUNBUltY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Frrni Ibe Put .lie Ledger. , TIICSXIKBUnY AND IK1K nAILROAD, A. lar-ra nnd influential meoling of citixenp wasjield yesterday hfternoon, in the Hoard of Trade Room at the Kxchaucci. l ! of Iho Mon. Jarm Cooper, thu President of the Sutibury ami trie Uailroad Company. On mourn, of JaMnh Iti-mlaU, Towi.send Sharpless was scleoied lo pre.idr, "d A"; drew v'Joli,rhoeSeeietnry. ''' The call of Iha meetinp having been read, Mr. CorTper said lhal Iho Sunbury ami I""" ltailron.1 was intended lo form tininlem.pl ed link between Ilia water of Lake Eiienml Iha Allaniio neenn-a link lo cure lo Phil-, adelphia a portion of the Hie trade hilherio monopolised by New York. Many yearn ; since, with a forecast that wax a cicdil lo ihe intelligence of Ihe people of New Voik, Ilia statesmen of thai limn ami uuifprnjected line destined l cornier! I In city of New Vork wilh the Like. I Will riininn ihen prophrt'ii'd thai Iha country wet-! ami smilh of l tie Lakes, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 4 February 1854

A WESTERN EDITOR. Th rdiler of the "Bugle" a spirited lit tle paper, published at Council Bluffs, Iowai gives an interesting sketch of Iris life and adventures, in his last paper, from which we extract the following. 1V are glad to ee that the editor, who was recently burn ed out at the great fire in that little city has not suffered his losses to dampen bis ardor. Ed. A mehican. Up lo the age of eighteen our energies were directed, and employed in Agriculture Possessed of a feeble and rather feminine constitution, and having the rare of a moth er and younger members of the family, we concluded to look about for lighter employ ment. We resided in Ohio, found the coun try decidedly too small, started with an ox t Haiti towards sundown, but did not reach that point, fur our funds gave out and brought us up at the capital of the Sucker Slut all standing. When, after passing through the various degrees of eickness, poverty and a "power" of ague shakers, wood sawing, soap making, pedling...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 4 February 1854

SUNBUltY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. fear? ' 1? o ctry. Sells. .Ma a ' k Pitt Kit .'ROM THB POBM Ot LONGrKLLOW. The belli themselves nr the best of preach- n t Their brawn lips are learne.l ir From their pulpit ef Mone in the opptr air, Sounclingr aloft, without crack or Haw, Shriller than trumpet under the law, f(oW a sermon now a prayer. The clangerou hammer i the tonftue, Thi way, that way, beaten ami wung, That from mouth of brass, as from moulti 01 Ma, beuiight the Tosiamenls, New and Old. . And above it the prent rross beam ol wood, Kepresenleth the Holy Rood, Upon which, like llio bell, our hope are hu"S .... ii And the wheel wherewiili it is awaycil and twun? Is the mind or man, that round and round Sways, and mnketh tho Innjwn to wniml ; And the iopi i:h its twisted conlaye llnei', Penotelh the Scriptural Tiinitv Of morals, and symbols, mid history, And the upward and downward motion show, That we touch upon matters liiyli and low, And the constant change and transmutati...

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