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

TERMS OF THE AMERICAN" II. B. MASSER, 'JOSEPH EISBI.Y. rc.t...... a S PiorimoM, JT. B. JUJISSKR, MMtr. . Office in Centrf AtltyTTnifa rear of H. B Mat ter'i Store.) THE AMERICAN" UpablUhwl ery Satur day at TWO D0LLAR8 per annum to be aid half yearly in advance. No piper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for a leaa period than 'n mostss. AH communications or lettere on business relating to the office, to Inaure attention, Must be POST PAID. PETER LAZAXIU&, 8 VKBVHTi Northumberland County. sent v AiriA, "WJESPECTEUM.Y in forma hia fri-ndsend MM ID public In tnral, that he hue taken the brtca 8and, formerly occupied by Gfetrg Prince be public hou, (east of the 8tate House, and opposite the Court Hsuee,) where he ie prepared to accommodate hia frienda, and all ethers who may favor hint with their custom, in the heat manner. - la short, no exertion nor etpenee will be spa red to render hia house in every way worthy of public patronage. anbury, Apri...

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. — 4 July 1846

For the Sunbnry American. ADDRESS OF TUB COMMITTER Pen tta Rnil Roadi front ttiiladrlpliin to Erie and Filtsbnrg. The Committee appointed by the meeting ol the eKixensof Sunhury, en the Irtth if June, to prepare and Tepiirt an address upon the Millet nf tho proposed Railroad's submit tlte r.l low inrr, as part of I heir report, in relation tea rmitiTtitous Railway from Philadelphia to Erie ami Pittsburg-. Thi practicability of Railway, from sove ral points on the Susquehanna to Pittsburg, and to Lake F.rie, lias been ao clearly demonstra ted, hy the surveys of able cnginr-rrs, as to place lire fact beyana1 controversy. The great utility of thewwrTt, not only to Pennsylvania, but to extensive regions far beyond tier boundaries, is ilso indisputable : and, if eminently useful to the community, its productiveness to the proprietors foliuws as a necessary consequence. Tor, if a road paying toll is much used, it were absurd to oppose it unprofitable. Although, thus far, Philadelphia and ...

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. — 4 July 1846

. Patriotic Ubssuns in Texas. Anions the many pleasing Incidents of patriotism exhibited in the "war excitement," the conduct of a Urge number of German emigrants in Texas deserves particular notice. ' Upon the arrival at Galves ton of the new that Gen. Taylor wiahed rein forcements one hendred and fiAy German emi grants, who had feecn in the country but thrrc week a, organized themselves into two comps nies, and started lor Gsn. Taylor's head quar ters. Ar. O. 7fltc. . '. The amount of donations and legacies recei ved by the American Board of Foreign Missions luring the month of May was !fl,833,ll. 1 When a man stops his newspaper on account of pecuniary forebodings, he is about as gone a case, as if he should conclude to stop his daily bread for fusr he should come to poverty. BALTI.TIOIIK MAltKKT, OJJiceofthe IWiTiMoaa Amsmcan, June 29, GRAIN'. The first sample of new Wheat, re reived this season, reached the market on Satirr lay.' It was grown in Somerset county, and sold it 102...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 4 July 1846

UH TRRRITORV OJI TUB PACIFIC. The adjustment ot our boundary line in Ore pon am) the final settlement of all controversy with Knrjlncd on that subject will no doubt ff i v an impetus to emigration to the Pacific coast sufficient to form the population of new State in that quarter within a few years. If California shall become ours, of which there ap pears to be every prolaibility, a range of Pacific Hlixtes will soon exist. Then will the grand cycle be completed ; snd civilization in its pro gress from the East will have reached its ulti mate point. From the shores of Oregon nur pr-np'e, the latest born of the nations yet the oUlesl in the world's history, will look across the Pacific to the land whero Humanity was cradled. ' A;cs and apes ago from the banks of the (tangos the first step in the march of civilzatien was made. Babylon and Nineva next had their days ot greatness ; then Egypt, whoso victori ous Sesostris triumphed aa she marched over to the remotest confines oflndia. Af...

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. — 11 July 1846

TERMS OF THE " AMKIUCAX." SUNBUmY AMERICAN. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. lIUCr.M OF ADVERTISIXC. H. B. MA8SF.R, JOSEPH EISBLY. ? PcatissJF AMD S PaoraiaTofts. t sqnat-e 1 insertion, I do 3 do I do 3 do i 0 ?. t lit) -Ev,!Ty suWq.ient ihsertinh, t 2r Yearly Advertisements t One column, f25 1 half column,! 18, three Squares, f H ; two squares, f !l i one square, 5. Half-yearly t one column, J 1 8 t hair colurrtn, f IS t three squares, f ; IWo squares, fi5 ; One Square, fit fiO. Advertisements left Without dSrerliohs as to the length of tone they are lo be puMishm!, will be continued uhtil ordered 6ut, and charged accord ingly. fjjrSixVe'en nne or ea make a square. Absolute acquiescence in the decisions of the majority, the vital principle of Republic, from which there is no appeal but to fotce, the vital principle and immediate parent of despotism. JavrKKtoar. By Manser & Elxely. Sunbury, Northumberland Co. Va, Saturday, July 11, 1846. Vol. G Xo. 1 2 Whole No, 301. II. B. JMSSKH, F.dUtr....

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. — 11 July 1846

1 'jj M ' 9 SBSi T:i t..c Sunbury Atnr.icnn AbDRESS OF TIIK COMUITTEE . i Hill MIC Ki ll kliailX 111,111 nill(KM.!IM 10 , Krir Hltd NlMwr'tl. I (Conliniii :.) Ii r-tt'-mti tic rf' ant nf imprrly fn t'if C'-. ! 'i;.is, n,vl iH'irkct of llu'tlmnre, the- fruity j Vi'uf-.il Uoule ly the valleys of the Wc;t Branch, : Biol the I'chiiylkill, to the Delaware. possesses evident superiority. J I tte proximity of the Juniata Railway in i's terminus at llarrisbuig. and tho extension to (.mi- j easier, and towards Colimil.i.i. expose this line j to .in objection, on the pal t of Philadelphia, much more substantial than the. deceit fulness of it claim to antral ty. llarrisbuig is nt least Imll , wv. in a direct course Let ween Sunhniv mid !......, II I 1 t.. I b the lins of Maryland Tntinaite at llairisbuig is fifty-five miles nearer to Paltimoie than it is at Siiibmv The canal lea I- direttlj' down the -'nsii. h inna valley fioin Hani-. hoc g to the Che aapeake The railioad lion Paltimore to lia...

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

Imcipbmts or tiik Amy. After Major ltingtfold had received hia mortal wound, hi noble, ateed was lying n abort ilinlnnre from linn, writhing in njjony, dipt, (Irnhmii rcrpie ted permission to have tho animal shot in order to put nn end In his snfTcrinp. But the Major would not listen to the proposition, reipiuetin that the kindest Attention should bo piid him nnd to suffer liim to live ns lony ns ho cnuM. unrinjt um noiniianimpni 01 i orl Hrmvn there was a woman in tin? Fort, the wilt of one of I lie iirivatps, who rcpiitnrly ond nltentivelv, UipI .... i- , .1 . 1 ' whole time, pl.ed Ihen.on Bt the puns ith j cofi'ee nnd other rvfrotdimniit, while they plied the Mexicans with phot. HI10 pave Uncle I Ham' boys pu.ipowdor (lea) while ihey helped j ' ' ., lhe Mexicans to mmm praps,. Where the shot (lew thickest there was she ; nnd she Iro'ptrntly lit a soldier separ from nn exploded td.oll. ,, . , , , . , - I Mie is' a large, athloln: worn hai-iup a rrnme j ny-ll pivtpnrtkined to her h...

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

Oi.n HoiniiAND Hkadt.' Vtlisve heard several very good aneedotca related iiffiencral Taylor by n frnlleman who nerved tinder liirn in Florida. The following in one of the mini hot : Durirrf; th wnr wilh the Seminole, the nriVy was. frequently supplied with rorn wliirli linl becXimn datnnge'! by expos'tre to damp nir. icn. Taylor had hone which wm culled i 'Clay bank,' a very pood animal, but lm did not i particularly fancy Undo Sum' musty ration. The fiencral uaod to partake of the name fari ng the. soldiers under liitn. and an did 'Clay bank,' an far aa the corn was concerned, but In R'9 a liltlo dainty. The General waa very fond nf lioininv, and minty corn made anything but a pleasant diet, lie would not lay himself liable to the suspicion of 'picking' to the prejudice of the rn!"""1'; ,0 old 'Clay-bank' would be let bmse anionp the sacka of corn, anu un? ling very carefully, the aaacioua animal would commence gnawing a hole into one which pleased tiiin. The General wmild watch th...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 18 July 1846

TKRIMS OF Tlir. " AMCI11C.4VM H. B. MASTER. JOSEPH ELSE I, Y. i Pvausnita inn PanrniKtons. n. n. .mtssutt, editor. OJJlct in Centre Mey, in I fie rear of It. H. Van- ter i Store.. THE" AMERICAN" in published e very MaUir- j dey lit TWO DOLLARS per annum to h i l ! t ivy . - i .: ' inm imii ycany in auvnnre. no pnpur iiiscoiiun uml till All arrearages ate paid. No subscriptions received for a In period thin t( Hihtm. All communications or letter on business relating to th office, to Insure attention, must be POST PAID. I PETER LAZARUS, a u x ii nil, 1 ! o r t h m r I a n d Count j , ; PENM STLVANIA. lESPECI'ELLLY informi his frin.Lsml! the public in ginrrnl, that he has taken the trick Stnnd, formerly occupied by George Princo ' a a public hnu'c, (rani of the Slate House, anJ ! -opposite the Court M .use.) where be i ptepared to ; accomiuouate nis menus, ami an tuners wnn may favor him with their cu-om, in ihe beet manner. In short, mi exeiiinn nor expense will he spa- tJ to render h...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 18 July 1846

A ii r i tint m f I lie l!u 1 1 ti - fl . M . j I'm: Moxtx.-i Im-uiM n Alte r the fight ofthr Ihh became general, a private, nn li i-liinnn, liwml it piprr. of the chnipnrel iiifcrvctnnir tf- ; t?.epii hio'i-ielf fcnd a struppin: M wrmi. The' Mi'Mrin raised Ins piece, urn! lakiiii; dolihenle ami, pulled llio tripger' Tin' piece ilnl lint imi oil', hihI lliu Movirnn i'nin raised nml n-i imiI it. I'mlily nil the (inn! hmkillp coolly mi. At the sec.ind failure ! di'li.irce his piece, tin- ; Mexican, in n delirium of w nth, Ihrcw his mns- , k"t nviiy,nnd went through various pyr.-ilinns i il'i!i'5pnir. Paddy, mistaking- there eccentrici ties f.ir n chailcnpc for a fist lipid, tlircw nvv.iy his musket, r nil plucinp himself in an attitude 1 hut woiilil have delighted Penf Ibirke., simp mil "OIi hy the powers, you w ill nut find hip n mil's winli die lists, iT that's )er panic'' Lieut. , , lei vns observing- this singular rxlnhi- ' lion uf coolness and chivalry, ordered the ml- 1 di"r In ...

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. — 18 July 1846

mi 'fw--M The following are the yeas nnd nays upon the passage of (he TarirT Bill, in the Itmite : YEAS Messrs. 5. Adams; Anderson, Atkin son, Bayly, Bedinger, Denton, fiicij", .t. A. Black, lowtin, Boytl, Brlnketholf, nrockenbrmigh, W, to. Brown, Burt, Cntheart, A. A. Chapman, 1!. Chapman, Chase, Chipman, Clarke, Col!, Col lin, Ciillom. Cunningham, Daniel, Dnrgan, J. Davis, lie MoM, Dobbin, Douglass, Dromgoole, l)nnlap, F.IUworth, Faran, Ficklin, Fries, Giles, Goodyear, Gordon. Orover, Hamlin, Haralson, llarmanson, Henley, Hilliard, Hoga, I. E. Hoi. mes, Hojikins, Hough, O. S. Houston, F.. V. Hubbard, .T. B. Hunt, Hunter, J. II. Johnson, Sot. Johnson, An'd. Johnson. G. V. Jones, S. .Tones, KanlTman, Kennedy, P. King, Lawrence, Leake, La Sere, Lignn, Lumpkin, Maclay, Mc Clelland, McClernand, McConnell, McCrate, J. J. McDowell, Jas. McDowell, McKay, J. P. Martin, B. Martin, Morris, Morse, Moulton, Niven, Norr'u, Parish, Tayne, Pcrrill, Thelps, rillsbury, Rathbnn, Rcid, Relfe, Rhett, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 18 July 1846

Tfthiit ctintnber of Pnr. KA&4IUI, DOCLT. 'I'ha Chamber of Peer U arranged like our wo Housed of Conjjt m The seats are semi . rculnr, bending around ft common centre, where the President aits. The membra are nil dressed up in diplomatic coats, ami. presents t an American the appearance of an assembly f military officers. The Suscr. had md oom niencptl as. t took my pluce, and the Vers were slowly dropping in one after another, and ta king their respective seat. There whs the Duke de Broglie, Oui2ol and other, and lnt ol n'l, m came old Marshal Soult. tie lik like an old warrior, with his dark features, clear rye, and stern expression. Ilo Is nhnitlhe middle sis, though etnnt, with a bald spot on the top of his head. His panlalnor.a were- vorr 'n'l, mndi so evidently to conceal hi bow U'gi. It wai a tiseloea expedient, however, for the Marshal's lower extremities form a per fret pa r nthpsis, which nothinj but petticoats ever onncal. As hf stood a moment and est !iis r-ves over ...

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. — 25 July 1846

TESMIS OF TUB " AMERICAN." H. B. MA88ER, JOSEPH EISELY. ? reiiiNMi hi ) PseraiBToae. jr. jr. jmjissKR. Editor. Offict tft Centre Alley, in t At rear of if. B. i Ma- THE " AMERICAN" Is published every Satnr Jay it TWO DOLLARS Mr annum to b paid half yearly in ad ranee. No paper diseontin ned till Att arrearage are paid. No subscriptions received for a leee period than ix soft-rue. All communication or Inttere on business relating to the office, to inaure attention, mum be POST PAID. PETER X-AZAXIUS, SIKDVHY, Northnmberlnnd County, V BNM 8XX.V JkXtXJk, n ESPECTEUI.LY in fur ma bit fronds and MM 'he public in general, that be hee taken the Brick Bland, formerly occupied by George Prince a a publia houe, (eal of the 8tte Houe, end . opposite the Court Hiose.) where he ie prepared to accommodate hit friend, and all ethers who may favor bim with their curiam, in the beet manner. ' In short, no exertions nor expense will be pa red to render his house in every way worthy of public patronage...

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 July 1846

mm LU LU - J wit ; Fer the Sunbury American. 'ABDRESif'OF TIIR COMMITTEE tpon (lie Bail Konds from Philadelphia U Erie hnd PlUifciirgl. (CoHtintird.) The connection of the Sunbury nl Erie Rail way at Williamsport, with the Railway towards the centre of lh State or New York, ii point of superiority peculiar tn the West Branch route. The important- of (hit junction, to Philadelphia, appear to be but little known ; but or this, the Philadelphia "Committed of Seven" have pre sented ui, in their address, with powerful evi dence. . i . . The distance from Elmira, aeven milei with in the boundary of New York, to Philadelphia, is generally estimated to be about icvent y miles less tl.un to the city of New York, by her great railway; and about 200 mile lest than by her ranal. In Atkinson's Evening Tost, of January 'ili, l&.'lfl, is a map illustrating the route of the r.'mira and Williamsport railroad, accompanied by an essay upon its utility. The author is un known to us, but appears to ...

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 July 1846

a a The London Timet regards the new Ministry favorably; ." ;'.'.,r If,,,' " '-; -F ,., Sir Robert Peel view it without jealouiy and with a friendly eye. ? The general impression it that the new Pre. mier will hastily wind op the business of the session, and will dissolve Parliament in the course .of the autumn. , . j . .... ; . The Cotton market it in a healthy but not a very active state. Prieet have improved a shade The contemplated change in the Sugar duties has had an injurious effect. : Stocks became depressed, and the dealers show a reluctance to go beyond their most pressing .wants.'" :' '' "". " ' " ' . - ? fc . i . ... . .. .. . The .Co (Tee trade has been in lethargic con dition. - ' - , - ,-, The Money Market, considering the Ministeri al change, is firm. . ",' The settlement of the Oregon Question has produced general joy in England. It arrived on the eve of the dissolution of the Ministry. ' It is rumored in England that the navigation of the Columbia river is reserved...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 25 July 1846

4 lrvlff A ftwkpvsn. " :. "- V ; o lot tWlaw 'W w. ' " tt ii singular what shifts love wilt make' to arnomplish it objected Boita, gate and fcat.i are of little avail faint Cupid' picklock con trivances hi cunning will deviae way and ineana to open them all. A young gentleman had courted fair lady, of New York, and it waa euppcieed the two, in doe time, would be come 'one flesh.' Some little quarrel, of a tri vial nature, aa lovers' quarrela generally are, occurred. Neither would confess the wrong to be on their aidepresent and correspondence were mutually sent back and the match was hroken off. The young gentleman immediate ly started for New Orleans to enter into com mercial business, thinking that distance would lesson tlia attachment he really felt for the young Isdy. ' When a woman ia injured, nr thinks she is injured, by the one she loves, r-ho is more apt than the male sex, to 'bite off her own nose,' rs the flaying is, to inflict pain and he revenged on the offending object....

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

Tvstns'WP tow AreaicAtt. H. B. MAB8ERi-M 'Pv.ititBi Abb S' JOSEPH ElSEI.Y.w 'I PaoraiSToae. 'J0ice Irt Centre 'Alley? imTiKtrtorof Hi IF. Jas ,!':;.!;,!;! aitoi),i risvoi; THE" AMERICAN" Wprtliensal every 8alor. dav at i TWO DOLLARS trer Annum, to be paid balf yearly In sdvsnce. TSo paper diacontln. .'II A J V . ..!.! f-T .V '-4 '..I I , ' i No subscriptions received for a lees period ihtfri si stoftTRs, .Atlommtnieatloni oa .letters on business rotating tntho office, to insure, attention, mist bo POST PAID. .... ... ., .,, , .., mmmmmfmlimi i vn Ai vv r.i'f '. Ai.'V,- u :.4-.Vt'ii rxA ; 1 MiicEt otr Aivr.RTfsuG. " . ,,J -in -u a n J I ' . 0 75 1 . - i on k i a 0 85 1 i.i 'AWoluM aeuloMne la too dortJott bf the' majority, fee ViU. ttiWprfcof Republic Vmm which flioro il fiftt?rotell2o vttaf ptiriciplo srdmmedtoV parent of despoUsn ''t v..; ft' " 'ji 1 1" !' ' I ' i 'i' eit:'ii n . i r. i j,.n .1 ..J x ... . ; - , ... ... ' ' til oif'j liim. JtrtKBtoa. - lUKBUUf. "' '-.' lVdrth'nmlrl...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 1 August 1846

4 pttucKrnisos or, Tifn.v, . .bkvatb. WsSnVnOTOR, Jul 23. . Mr, CAMERON of Pa. presented i fluihW of petitions nnd memorials from hi Stste.remon Mirat mjt against repeal of Ilia Tariff of 1M3. Mr. C. mvc1 their referent to the Committee on Printing. '. "" '. ; ' '.; " " '.'.'. i ': ' 'U , " . ,'' ' Mr, KVIER Mid we had a tort of panic here every morning about thia tariff business a aort I funeral dirge of tbote pensioners at taking e way 1he bounty we have'allowed. them'.' Mr1. S. then alluded to the charge to often made thai Pennsylvania bad been deceived in the views of the President in relation to the tariff, and aaid m ' man who could read hut knew that Mr- Pol whs a good free-trade man. Notwithstanding all that had been aaid, Mr. S. declared his belief that Pennsylvania, to-morrow, would vote the j Democratic ticket again. Mr. CAMERON replied and defended Pennsyl vania with great spirit. Pennsylvania, he said 1 was no pensioner ; she asked no favors from the ' yovernment she as...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 1 August 1846

b) after fltHinf tohUM the best tlfrfti (witbjrj in 01 control, .at was prepared to. meet th e jnarfwncy and the hatard. ' ,t vwn To hit mind, ample proof hid bet furnished that the majority of the. people art la favor of a change in tha mode of assessing tha dotiee on foteilpt' tmporta. ' (fix State are equally divi Jed on 'be question f eleven States are in revot of the fell, aed . eleven are arminat it; and of those opposed to the blH,'Pennyleania ia the only Democratie 'State,' "' ' M" -V? . He (poke for nearly half an hour, and conclu ded with tba remark that he1-would prefer the greatest obscurity of private life to 'political ele vation, acquired by the perpetration of, an act whecb hie conscience woo Id not approve, r A motion vae than made to postpone tha tote on third reeding until December next and on tbia ate. Nile wee apeak inf ben thia des patch closed. , ,"J" '"'"J; v. M'Ji'.JfllWaaBi.wiln, 41, P, My;1 ..The amotion te postpone has been defeated, and the bill Anally p...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 1 August 1846

Si-" Pastry- jr John t. tilami , Mms Em. M. Cooitr,!of John and Thomat Forest, Baltimore county presented to Mr. A dams, few weeks ago, pair of knit gloves. In acknowledging their reception te "old man eloquent'! penned the following lines:..,, r Who ahall iay lhat pull ie life V " '. ' ' Is nothing but discordant strife T , Ami he whose heart la tuned to lot, -f Tender and gentle as the dove, ' Must whet hia talons night and day,' " ' ' " For conflict! with the birds of prey V ' Thia world it fashioned, Lady love ! ; ' - Of Jny and Sorrow, Ease and Care,' ' ' Of audden change small and great .' ' And whoso bendi hia mood to trace, -The annate of man' fallen race, , . ., May sigh to find that nature's plan, 1 Ii rutblete war from man to man.' But nature cruel, to be kind, ' ' ' t Not to war only man consigned ; . ' . , f But gave him woman on the tpot, ( ti To mingle pleasure in hi lot, . ; That if with man war cannot ceate, . r With woman reign eternal peace. Fair Lady I have lived...

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