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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 February 1854

Tr t li 0 H. B. MASSEK, ED1T011 AND PIlOPllIETOPt. Office, market, street, opposite the post office. A MI R .:.. V. ArN 1 JO' la I I b a i l Vil K.KW SEMES, VOL. 15, NO. 47. ( TERMS OF THE. AMERICAN. "THE AMKRICAX 1 published every Pntunlay nl TWU HUT, I. All r annum In bs paid half yearly in idvunt-e.. No Daiei discontinued until all arreurassa ure nuitl. All eoirununicntioua or lettera on business Tainting to lie omce, lo imure attention, must tm I'Ufc 1 iaiu. TO CLUBS. , , rhrce conies to one address, . , MOO feven D I)o ' ' ' ' to 110 ?it'in Do Do SO 00 Kivedtillnra in advance will pay for three yeat'i sub- cription to the American. In Smrarc of 10 tinea, 3 times, . ' I00 vrry auliaequent inaertion, W Jne Sqimre, 3 monthe, 300 In months. SOU Inf. vntir. POO Ineimisa Carda of Five linea, ner annum, 300 dcrchnnta nnd othera, advertising liy the vnr with h nrivileee of insertiiiK different advritiaeinenta weekly. r 1000 tar larger Advertiaementa, ai per agreement., S. B. MASSES, - ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 February 1854

SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOUKNALu fuel at the lowest puces. n 'Biit of civil crease as liner fwbrioalhMi iKD TH THE MSQtEIIAPIlt COAL TRADE. This .ri..rf.iMy e'?r'yf piWVB' t lized life. All the imiuBiriui ... i I ii F.rprv ntncn 01 mnm.- pursuits uernmiu ... , f.c.nre call frrj.. "'' con..mp..o.i in- llifit manufacture exicnus ... of the mateiml, whatever .. u. ..-h,.ih..r iron, or wool, or COlion. What Baltimore, Ihen, want, is the com maud of anthracite coal, at all seasons of the yeaf, nt the lowest figure. Thi, it is grati fying to state, will ba secured by the com pletiort of the Susquehanna Itailroad Through that Improvement, connecting, a it doei, with Ihe York and Cumberland and the Baltimore and Susquehanna, we reach, at Sunbury, the most extensive deposit of anthracite coal in Pennsylvania. Thia re source, so conveniently adapted to the trade of the road, warrants the expectation that Baltimore may become as large a coal mar ket as any other In the Union. The natural...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 February 1854

foreign News. ARRIVAL OF THE All AT, I A. ' LATER FROM EUROPE. Collin Declined Breadstuff) Advanced The ' Battle of Citale Brilliant Victory of the 'Turks 4000 Russians killed -Retreat of the Russian Res rve. ' Halifax, Feb. 4 The Royal Mail steamship Arabia, Capi, Jutlkins, from Liverpool, at noon, Saturday, the 2M Jan., arriroJ here) at quarter past 12 o'clock, this P. M., bringing 79 through passengers. :. ; THE TURKISH WAR. We bate further accounts of the battle of Cilale, confirming the Turkish successes. It appeara that the Russians were oonoBn trating a force at Citale, in order to attack Kalafat, en the 13th, but on the 6ih, fifteen thousand Turks marched out of Kulafat, at. tacked and Stormed Citale, had a conflict with the Russians, in the field on the 7th, and resumed the battle on the 8th ending, in the evening, with' the total discomfiture ef the Russians, who confess to 4,000 killed, and their generals, Anrep and Tuinout, wounded. , , On the 9th, the Turks having remai...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 February 1854

SUNBUll V AMKMCATS AND SHAMOK1N J OUHNAL. 1 ftrXBURY AMERICA r n r it v i m t u n it i At m a V 1 " . I I jJlllSlllilsH 2 ?ll?SIJkli !lVO,i: ' ii.l-.ns . (.ion Win ii ir. s?;ai3i -W 51 S5 50S7 .(' id.ir hrf I" .! -, i 9' .11 4 1 1 n in Hi Sr. n n H IV 10 17 l" In II U'lB m i 7! 29,30 31 I i, . it. !"&. 22 9 90 ; Ars. Hi 4 ' ' ,;ort. A,nl'l4 t.VfJ I.' I ? n ' .1 - ... lit 'i?.'ii!ei !! . n w w ' a? 3U I''' ' J... 1! SI a' .! "! "'. ivvv ito n il I""1 I fll 4 fl l rl tin iii-j'm ill'"' " tlT H 10l'1,VMSS 94 S-vi'-ll 17 S-1 iW 911 mi I t l ' I A STRING OF ITKMS. "l'o ilocootl, i Ilia nylil wy lo finJ g'o.l. Vcnwon is (telling al five cent pet r"d in Cincinnnli. Palaware h i SSficotntnon srho(.l, nnd ex pcmls 5-19,463 a year in their tnppoil.- A TiofeKKorfihlp of Chinpe i lo be mKled lo ll.eOxforJ Ui.ivrrsily, Ei.slBt.d. The .IcM of Btik county is Sf!)8,242,20 $21,2(59 le.-a than it was a yuur ago. TeniiB8.-ffl ha a pnblio fclxml lur.d cl nearly a million and a half of dollar. Mitti...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 February 1854

UNB R.Y K AMER H. B. MASSEll, EDITOR AND PEOPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. CAR NEW SERIES, VOL. G, NO. 48. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. Tllli AMt'.UICAN It pillilislieil every Saturday nl TWO UOl.l.AUS per milium to be (mid Imlf ye.urly in a-lvancc. No paper discontinued until ali iirreurogus are ra,d- Al! eommiinicnlion or lelteri on business relating to tlio ullice, to iiiium attention, niuat be l'OST 1'AID. TO CI.UIIS. Three copies to one mlilrea, 5 "? .even U Do 1"0 Fifteen Do Do 81)00 Five dollar in advance will pay for lliice year uu criptioii to the American. One Pdumc of 10 line, 3 tnnee, lively euliseriuenl insertion, One 5iiu:ire, 3 montlia, Six month, One year, Uaiueaa Carde of Five lme, par annum, Moirhuila and others, nilvertisma; ly the veur, with tlie privilege of inserting different silverrweinenla weekly. UT ljirgei Ailvertiaeuienta, n per agreement. 81 no as mu 600 bull 3(11) 10 DO ATTORNEY AT LAW, SUIIBU11V, PA. Busincs attended to in the Coun...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 February 1854

RRIVAL OF THE t a c r r i c. i.tei from Einore. The Psoifio bringi 57 passengers, among them are Lieut. Palmer, of Ihe U. S. Navy, and six American ship-masters, four of whom have fceen wrecked, and two hav.ng sold their ships in Enplane!. ... . The ship Arilarlio had arrived at Liverpool having on board the passengers rescued from the San Francisco. A splendid new iron cmifirant ship, called the Taylcur, from Liverpool, having sailed on the 19tl Jan. for Melbourne, struck a rock in Dublin Bay, and o"'k immediately . by which 400 lives wcrn lost. The Tayleur left Ihe Mersey on Thursday last, having on board' about CGO sonic, inelu. dins crew and passengers, of all ages. O.v ing to Ihe dense fog, and, perhaps, some error in the reckoning, the ship was found nl about 10 o'clock within sight of land, w hich was first seen by the man at the wheel, and in half on hour after the look-out man al the bow ciied, 'Breakers on tho starboard bow !' The ship's course was altered, but in less tha...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 February 1854

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. PHILADELPHIA, dc READING Rail. rtOAD From the annual report of the Company we glean the following items, which may prove of interest to many of our readers : coal yt. WOOD. The I t&l expense of a round tiip to Rich mond and back, 190 miles, including repair, carrying 392 tun, with Coal na fuel, is put down at $127 35, or 32-49 cents per Ion. Train carrying 372 tons with wood as fuel, $144 97, or 38-97 cents per ton. The average quantity of Coat transported by each train during the year was 384 Ions The actual expense of running a Passenger train on the road is $39 50, or 62,9 cents for each passenger. The expence of a Freight train is S80 98, or 76. 9 cents per ton. The total expense of transporting a ton of Coal in 1853 was 53 56-100 els. pel ton Merchandize, 1,05 50-100 " " " Passenger, 1,02 71-100 " each. NUMBER AND CAUSE OF ACCIDENTS IN 1853. Broken axles, Broken wheels, Broken springs and peileslal, Broken Bumpers, Bent axles, Loose Wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 February 1854

A STRING OF ITEMS. THE VILLAGE PASTOR. Titers in hit allotted homo Abirlet, from year to year, genuine Tfirtt, The thepheril of hi flock j or, as a king la slyled when most eflectionately praised, The fnther of hit people. Fuch i hr, And rich and poor, and young ami o!d, rejoice Under hia apiritual away. lie halh vouchsafed To me aome portion of a kind regard And eomething alaoof hia inner mind Hath ha imparted, but I apeak of hira At he ia known to all. Wontuwoatu. Aire. Sukev Wrinhl. need 125 voars, dicJ . j E I ' ' in Baltimore on Wednesday. Judao Moton, U. S. Minister to France, arrived In Paris on the 9ih inst. Ha uilin nimiMi ihn alaT. retrurds; not the -.- , - ' hare--anonymoui scribble rs, temeniber. Wnallh ! ll.o.Mt. which (rivet COIlletlti 0 t one dollar or thousands. A man too busy to lake care of his health . ..i,,; in lmv in take cine of J9 line a luckiiuujw - j .- hi 6 tools. Ho submiis himself to be wen ihrotish a microscopo who suffers himself to be cans'11 in a pass...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 February 1854

B.NBURY RICAN 3 - II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE OST OFFICE. I, SI jFiimtty iirtospnpcv-Dc)0tc5 to DolMcs, flftcrnturr, stwamjj, iforuun aim Domcstfc iicus, ScTcnce aim the outs, ftflrfeulturr, fliarltets, eimuscmcnts, Set EW SERIES, VOL. 6, NO. 49. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA.', SATLUlDAYj FEBR 25, 1854. OLl SERIES, VO'L. 14, NO. 23. AME TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. dlK AMERICAN I. published every Batunlar nl VU DOLLARS per nnum to be paid half yearly in arte. No paper discontinued until all arrwragta are ti. til communications or lettera on business relating to "nice, to insure attention, mast Be ro l r Aiu. fO CLUBS. ree ooplel to one address, ff S 00 ea Do Do 10 00 Uen Do Do SO 00 ive dollars in advance will pay for three year's aub- puoii to ine American. e Snunre of 10 lines, 9 tiinea, ry subsequent inaertion, e &riiare, 3 months, months, ywr, imefls Cards of Five lines, per annum, Tenants and olhera, advertising by the ear, with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 February 1854

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. mt.D Ronnr.nv. f BuncLAns Wot'RDKO. One of the most da ring n n.l villainous attempts at robbery that have Inken place in Ihiscily for finmlMT of yeais, occurred nt an early hour on Saturday tnnrniur, nt ths usidence of. Mr... William Wiiplii, No. 13 south Ninth utieel, below Lombard. "Our -readers ' no doubt, tetiem br that sometime in December, 1819, lh dwelling of Mr Wright was broken open by a gang of black burglar, who attacked him in a mom violent manner, during wllirh ho ' was severely injured, and tome of the bur ylai were badly hurt. Since that event, Mi Wright hasadopted extraordinary precautions .ugainst similar occurrences, among which wastho nlaeinir a bell at the head of hi bed. oad so "ananpeJ that when the back door of his dwelling was opened the boll Would ling. The following are the particular of the rob bery !-About two o'clock, on S-iu.diiy morn ing, Mr. Wright was awakened by the ling, ing of ths beil; and knowinsr at once ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 February 1854

SUNBURY AME1U0AN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. O" We publish this week another of Major Dewart' letters to G. B Youngman, Esq., omitting a paragraph in the begin ning and also one in conclusion,' complain ing that "he understood that some of the people in Sunbury disliked bis letters and criticised them." We think, upon reflec tion, that the Major himself would have omitted the latter. We have not heard a single individual eipresi any dislike ol these letters, but the reverse. As regards criticism, every man who appears in print, must expect it, and the Major, we are sure, is too much of a democrat to be willing to restrain the "liberty ol speech, or tb liberty of the Press." The correspondent who communicated this idle gossip might have been, we think, employed in convey ing more agreeable and useful information. But of Rome and ils lions. The greaiest attraction now in a perleot slate of preserva tion In this city is the Basilick or Church of St. Peters. It is on the opposite side of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 February 1854

SUNBUHY AME1UCAN AND SHAMOKIN JUUKNAL,. A ST1UNG OF ITEMS. ""close not le"ar wlhl reading It, nor drink water without teeing it. . Horace Grerdcy will lector in Readinf , on tba evening of the 2JJ instant. Lucy Stone realized one hundred dollare per night above hei "expenses, t her lecture at Louisville, Ky. Blio'lT Of VU M ToUI.TFT.-Pi?" "d .ra shinned at New Vo k for England, In animer to order from that country. , The' Parisian editors speak of a new French dili recently come into fushiou namely, fried ralilesnakea. ' Francis M. Shaw, for some lime iho gen llemnnly sgont of the associated press in Washington city, is lying veiy ill. Moofe is saiJ to bo very plenty in Ilia i oisity of Moosehead Lake, Maine, and large quantities are killed for ihn Mnikn. Raw flesh is still eaten in Abyssinia; nml Wr.Farkyns, the most recent traveler in lh.it eounlry pronounces it good when ealen warm from tha animal. V""l Like nnlo a fiuitful vino is Mrs Frn7.cr, of Slack county, Ohio ; she has pre...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 4 March 1854

RY AMER II. B. MASSE R, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, 'MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. a jramfljt ilctospnprr Dcbotcto to DolWcs, aftctnturt, jftforalftg, jforcfflit nnr Domestic Sletos, science nntt the Elvis, aorfculturr, flltUluts, Amusements, Set NEW SERIES, VOL. G, NO. 50. SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, .PA.; SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1854. OLD SERIES, VOL. 14. NO.' T4. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THE AMF.BICAN I. pnblisheil every Pntimtay nl TWO DOLLARS per annum to be poiil Imlf yearly in advance. No paper discontinued until all arrearage, ure paid. All communications or letter, on linsiiies. Telntnij to the office, to insure attention, must be FUST PAID. TO CLUBS. Tliree eopie. to one address, s 00 Seven 1 Do W'" Fifteen Do Do 80 OU Five dollar, in advance will pay for tliree year'. sub scription to the American. Ono Sntinre of 10 lino., 3 time., Kvery .ub.e(uent insertion, One Square, 3 month., Bu months, One veur, Un.in'ejw Card, of Five lines, per annum, Merchant, and othe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 4 March 1854

SUNBURY "AMERICAN AND 5HAMOTlKL;3 fox tx cnrN c iu o . ARRIVAL OF TUG .'. E UK dp A. LATER I ROM Uinol'E. 1 A bettor feeling prevailed in tho Liverpool Cotton miukct; breadstuff, were becoming cheaper. Money was comptirilively eaey and Ihe Biiilsh funds steady, notwithstanding the warlike aspect of affairs. From thu seal of war thera is an neeount of a severe battle at Giurvego, in whioli the Turks are said to have the advantage. Russian intrigue had suueeudud in exciting soma of tho people of Grecco to insurrection. Omar Pacha, this Turkish C omitiaiidet-in-Chief, has recovered his health. The combined fleet was cnmparutivdly inaotive. Great Ciitain and France weie proceeding with great activity in pre paration for war. The contingent of ten thousand troops lo bo supplied by 'England was to bo immediately despatched j and several of the large steamers of the Peninsular and Oriental Company had been claimed for tho service of carrying the hoops. Tho paiticulars of the intelligence a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 4 March 1854

orvcoponfocncc. , t , For ths Sunbury American. . 1 '-: , Baltimore, Feb. St, 1854. Sutquehanna Rail Road Great Snow Storm ' ' Markets, Ifc. The recent publication of the elaborate, interesting and satisfactory report of Gen'l Packer, showing the condition, prospects ko.f of the Susquehanna Rail Road, from Bridgeport to Sunbury, has given very great and general satisfaction. The citizens of liallimore well appreciate the importance of this "connecting link in the great chain,'1'' and there is at the present time, a bill before the City Council, proposing the consolidation of the three roads, viz : the York and Cumber' land, Baltimore and Susquehanna nnd Susque hanna roads, which if effucled, will greatly strOngthen the latter Company and further its completion and at the same time make out of the whole. one first-rate road, extend ins from Baltimore to Sunbury. That this is greatly to be desired all will admit, and that it can be accomplished there is very little doubt ; but your pe...

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

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 March 1854

near AMERICAN. i II. B. MASSEll, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. Sf jfamH gumspapcr-Drtotcii to jotfcs, attcrnmrr, aworaitig, jfortiatt ana Domestic iutos, science uvto the arts, (Sericulture, K&rfctts,.antuscments, c NEW SERIES, VOL. G, NO. 61. T 1 i ii SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY," PA., SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1854. OLD SERIES, VOL. 14, NO. 25. lv W" L"SJf -t PSW 5;. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THE AMERICAN I. published every Rntnrday nt TH'O DOI.l.AKS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance No piper discontinued until all arrearage! arc paid. Atl eoinmutiicatinni or letters on business relating to lha office, to iniure attention, must be FUST PAID. TO CLUBS. Three copies to one addren, 500 Bcven Da Do 10 00 .Fifteen Do Do 81) 00 Five dollar! in advance will pay for three yeai'a sub acription to the American. Ono Snunto of 10 line!, 3 tiinei, Every aubaeqnent inMrtion, One Square, 3 months, Su monlhs, One year, Business Cards of Five line....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 March 1854

n 3 ""JNlUjilY AMEKICAN A iT o r c t g it N c iujj . . PREPARATION fOK WAR- .... IloxoMor 1'acc. , ; ; KBVr lMOtQM'l'K AQKEEP TO. : Cvncetsions lo the Czar. HI.SSM "BAKtaAIWTV IN AV AM. ACIM A. WOMEN AND CHII.nniiN MASAtnr.D. , .New Yors, March 5. The Slenmhip Nashville, of llio Havre line, arrived here this afternoon, She sailed from Havre on the 14th, but did not leave Cowcs until tho 16ih. bringing London pa peis of (be 15th. ENGLAND. The preparations by England for tha im pending war are still going on. It instill going on. It is stated that the Governmant, in addition to the steamers already taken, had decided to take the remainder of th- Lunnrd steamers is fast as they anivod, caving me company to carry tuo mails in their smaller steamers. Many of tho East India sailing ships had also been taken by the Admiralty (or the purpose of carrying sloies, troops, etc. At all the naval stations tho preparations going on are on the most stupendous scale. The Baltic fleet is to consist o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 March 1854

Hotl.owT'i Pu t. for Ihe Ci.r of n:i. .r.H Indim-alion. Extract of i "m.; frL'm. W Felkes, Chemist Hy.le, near Manchester, dated September 10, 1853, 'Profo'ior Hoiloway Sir, I nm happy to inform you llial your Pills anil Ointment have sen ol the greatest service to irony portions in the neighborhood, one in particular, who speaks of your Pills in the moat flattering terms; lor long lime no wi suujeti m nu lent naini in hia head arising fiom bile and indiseMion, from which he could obtain t o relief, ho look ome ot yonr pina, oy mean meant be was completely restored to health. " I)C iUavIicts. Philadelphia Market. March 8, 1854. Ftiua ko Mst The last new from Europo haa atiffened the maikrl for Flnnr for export, but I do demand is limited ; standard brands are taken at $7 75 in small parcels. Sales for city consumption within the range of S7 75 a $S 50, for common and extra brands. Hye Flour and Corn Meal are dull. Last ales of ihe former at $5 60. Sales of Corn Meal at 53 75. Grain ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 March 1854

SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAM 0K1N JOURNAL. P o c t r ij . TO FA1U1KR ; Neat ba your farms; 'lis long confiBssed The neaicst fnrmrtr is the best, Each boj und mnish industrious drain, Nor let vile balks deform Iho plain, Nor bushes on your headland grow, For briars a sloven's culture show. Neat by your barns, your houses nrnt, Your doors be clean, your court-yards sweet ; No moss the sheltering toof enshroud, Nor wooden pans the Window cloud ; No filthy kennels foully flow, Nor weeds with rankling poison grow ; Lilt shades expand and fruit trees bloom, And flowering shrubs exhale perfume; With pales your garden circle round ; Defend enrich, and clean the cround ; Prize high Iho pleasing, useful rood, And fill with vegetable good. T A STRING OF ITEMS. On an average Ihete are seven sliipwrerks daily A hotel for sick travellers, is contemplated in New York. Th nrettiesl linine in a bonnet is a ami. i " , ling face. A bout eight tons of gamo are at Detroit, bound to Bufluloe. Therc'is an es...

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