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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 17 October 1846

giiM-'J'!-' i-LLlLli! i.l-J U TERMS or TUB " AMERICAN." II. H. MASSER, . ' 1 Ptjst.issr.as Ats JOSEPH EISELY.J PjoraiaTORe. , U. it. jnJSSKR, KdUor. OJtct in CentrTMey'.nihe rear of If. Mat tcr't Store.) . THE" AMERICAN" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly In advance. No paper discontin ued till Att arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for leaf period than an mouth. All communicationa or letters on business relating; (nthe office, to inaure attention, must he POST PAID. ' ' ' ' PETER LAZARUS, HimnvKY,'""' NorllinnihrrlniKl Connty, PENH SYLVANIA, TfTjF.SPEUTElil.LY informs his fri nda and H iL 'he 1'"" i" B neral, ,nnt h h" '"kon ,,,e brick 8and, former'y occupied by Oc.'Be Prince aa a public hnur, (e-ist of the State House, and vpposite the Court House.) where he ii prepared to accommodate his fiiend. and all others who may favor him with their en-mm, in the beet manner. In abort, no eieiii.m nor ctpense will be spa Ted to render hi...

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. — 17 October 1846

IMPORTANT rROH TUB tRMV. QforiouB iS'ewi-Cipilti!ttion of Manterey, " " tler three Jays .fighting Col. Watson, pf the tlnltitmi Battalion, killed Alnnt Jive hundred American Killed and rVeeWeJ ' Tltrce Hundred Killed Unety Mr mor an il n nf the Operation oj the American Army before. Monterey Mexicn, from the IDA to tk29th Septemher, M .. ,,,, .. ., On tb 19th Geo. Taylor arrived befire Monterey with a force of about G000 men, arid, x.'nhet rpcoonoWeing tfce-tfif itibbut 1.T00 a i 1000 yards (rant the Cathedral fait, during , which he waa fired upon from the battery, hi force-wa encamped at the Walnut Spring, three miles ehnrt of the city. This waa the nearest position from which the array coold nb Inin supply nf water and bread, and he with out the reach of the enemies' batteries. The. remainder of the 19th waa occupied liy the en gineer in making reconn'iiacnr.es of the city, for the purpose of erecting batteries to cannon ade from the heights. On the i 20th Gen. Wort'i v as ordere...

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. — 17 October 1846

I M' -J" TRICK CUUKENT. Corrected weekly by Henry Matter. Wat at, . . . 0(1 Rrt, fit Cobb, . ... fill Oati, . . . . 35 Poac, 6 FiAtttta, lit Butt 14 Ea. . . g BtaawAt, ...: 35 Tallow, 10 Fiat, .10 DALTIMORR MARKET, Office f the lUtTiKoat AaitCAR,Oct. 13. FLOUR.-Salt of Howard afreet Flour, to the extent of about 1.000 bbte. at 83. Thii it the current rate to-day, but there it not much , animation. The receipt price from cart it $4, 7. GRAIN. Pricet to-day are a trifle lower. We quote fair te good redt at lit 103 et. am! prime S or 3 cte. higher ; and ordinary to fair at 0a95 centt. Sale of white Wheat at 1 10a 120 centt, and of parcela fit for family flour at 130 entt. On Saturday a load of PenntylvanU Wheat told at 107 centt for red, and 1 10 centa "or white and red mixed. Corn it alto lower. felet of old at 6.1a6S ventt for white, and 60a63 centt for yellow. We quote new at 335.'i centt for white and yel low. .Rye it worth 63a67 centt for Mil. Satea of Oatt at 3 1 a33 c entt. WHIS...

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. — 17 October 1846

t . -, From the Vocalist. The Farmer Titrwt Idler, , " ? Mr father was a farmer Rood, fy, With corn and beef in plenty: I mowed, end hoed, anil held Iht plow, And longed for oacarvltw efity.' ' ' For 1 h.id quite a martial linn, Ami scorned the lowing cuttle; , . , I burned to wear a uniform, , ' Hear drums and tea a battle , . , t . .If.. , t . I I ( My birth day came : my father urged, , , Put stoutly I resisted;, t...r , . My sister wept ! my mother prayed: - ' But off! went and 'listed., Tlmy marched mo on through wet and dry, To tunea more loud than chnrminr, But lugging knapsack, box, and gun, Was harder work than farming. We mot tli foe the cannon roared, The crimson tide was flowing, TIip frightful death-groans tilled my ears, I wished that t wui mowing. I lot my lee the foe came on, They had me in their clutches; starved in prison till the peace, Then hobbled home on crutcliel. I, title Women. i a little previous stono what splendor meet! the eyes 1 in a little lump of suga...

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. — 24 October 1846

.ilJW I TERMS or THE " AMIiltlCAeS." WNEUffi AMEMItDAIf . and SHAMOKIN Journal. ; JL U. MASHER, JOSEPH EISKI.Y. Pceus. ana S PRomiBToa. Absolute acquiescence in the decisions of the majority, the vital principle of Republic, Xtom which there is no appeal but to force, the itl principle and immediate parent of despotism.-Jirraaaoa. Sunbury, Ifortliumbcrland Co. Pa. Saturday, Oct. 34, l4G. Vol. T Xo. ft Whole Xo, 317 T. g. .njSSKB, Editor. VlTiCtin CmtrTJfch ' tht rear aft. .Mat $(r'i fit ore. ' THE" AMUttfCA"N,,ii.'Jibiiad '' 9tat dsy at TWO DOLLARS per anni'm M be paid half yearly in advance. No pap.tr discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a less period )hn ait month. All communication or Mlera o. business relating in the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. REMOVAL JOHN. II. PUHDV, Jt ESl'EUTr'L'LLY informs bin fiicnds ami customers, that he hia removed hi sto.k of go.rls to the Stune House, on Maikcl square, foim. erly occupied 1 Mr. W...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 October 1846

Ott.lfcftal. TATt OfV8 OFFICIAL DBA. FATCUttft. HtADllCABTCRI AT Of OoCtpATIOW. Camp before Monterey, Sept. 25, 1640 8i: At non no th 23d in at., while our sr.mp were closely engaged in the tower pan ft th city, ti reported in my last despatch, 1 V'treired by a flag a communication from the ifovernorof the atateof Ion, which ia herewith ncWd, (No. 1.) To thia communicatinn, I dmned it iny duty to return an answer declin in; to allow the inhabitante to liave the city. By eleven o'clock, P. M.t the 2d division, which had entered the town from the direction of the Bishop's Palace, had advanced within one square of the pricipal plata, and occupied the city up to that point. The mortar had, in the meantime, been placed in the battery in the einetcry, within good range of the heart of the town, and was served throughout the night with Ifood effect. Eirly in the morning of the IMth, I received a fiig from the town, bearing a communication from Ueneral Ampudia, which I enclose, (No. '! ) an...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 October 1846

From th New Orleans Times. Laleat Isitelllffone from Vara Ccwe. Santa Ann of the Hnidof Iht Army, Marching tttint Taylor Ortnl Preparations fnr Iht War -Santa Anna' Opinion of Ike Itttettity of Carrying it on. KXTIACT Of AlCTA ANNa'fl LKTTKR. OtneraJ Santa Anna, Commander-in-Chief of Iht Liberating Army, to General Almonte, Minis ter of War of the Republic of Mexico : A toil, I o'clock, A M, Sept 14, 1846. f eomr, then, to carry my views into opera tion, and in compliance with the mandate of my country. She calls me as Commander-ia-ehief f the Army, ami in that capacity I stand redv to serve. The enemy occupies our harbors he is despoiling us of the richer of our territories, and threatens us with his domination ! I go, then, to the head of the Mexican Army an army the offspring (e ')',) of a frte people and joined with it, I will (ulfil my utmost duty in opposing the enemies of my country. I will die fighting or lead the valiant Mexicans to the enjoyment of triumph to which they ar...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 October 1846

A Towelling (on. A French paper tys, Lucille. Romro, a prct v litttr pirl. with bluo eyes and fair hair, poor 'v. but nearly clothed, was brought before, the 'th Court of Correction, tinder a charge of v ifjraney. 'Does any one claim ymi,' Mid the mnga trite. Ah ! my pond air,' she replied, 'I have no I.Mijtrr any friends: my father and mother are ifftiil. I have only my brother Jimest, bit he ia ii ynnnir I am. Oh, dear ! what could lie do lur nie .' 'The Court must vend you to the House of Correction.' Here l am, sister, Here I in : do not (ear, ' fieri a childish voice, from the other end of the Court. And at theMme instan-, a little boy, with a sprightly countenance, started forth from he midst of the crowd, and etuod before the oi.iirjfttrate. Who are you !' said he. Jimc.i Romeo, the brother of ll.ia poor little L'irl.' Vour e ?' Thirteen.' 'And what do you want.' I come to clnim Lucille.' 'Dot have you, then, the mean of providing 'i.rher!' 'Yesterday I had not, but now I hav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 31 October 1846

TERBIS OF TITK " AMGRICJilV' If. D. MASSER -JOSEPH EISELY. ) PcSttBltKSJS ARB) S PaorRiarroas. ; if. B. MJISSER, Jftttiarr, r Offiu in CmtrTTfiktfiln 'lh ttar of if. Mar THE AMETttCAN,vie published every 8atar slay il TWO DOLLARS per tnnun to be paid half yearly in J ranee. No paper discontin lied till att arrearages are paid. No subscription received for tees period than it worths. All communicationa or letters on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. . REMOVAL. JOHN. II. 1MJR DV, 1) ESPEOTFCLLY informs hi f iends and customers, that he. ha removed hi etmk of goi-ls to theilone House, on Maikel form rlv occupied l Mr. Vm. Dewart, where he will he happy to scrse hi old customers anil lbs puh lie generally, on booi1 lei in, ami at aa low pri ce a ran be (ml e'srwheie. A UrRB assortment of tlrorerie-., Dty Cok!s, an. I Queer.sware. coi.tnt!y on hand. June SVih, 1046. tf. Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware MANUFACTORY. SSIiIKSaBOVS, PUN W A. riHE subscrtl-er re-...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 31 October 1846

Latest from the tooth. Mtlancholy Fate if Lievtenant Price The last mail received from New Orleans, dt iml 17lh instant, bfinjrs) mi further intelligence tmni tbe Army. The Tropic report the death Lieut. C. R. Price, and two oluntcer, who were murdered by the M-icat.g on their way from Cetnargo to join General Taylor at Monte t' f. Tht informant atatei that the bodies of Mr. Mce and hiitwo companions wrc found i,in in the (trass some distance frum tho road W-adinp frivn Camaro to Monterey, completely riddled with bullet-holes. The bodies ( tuen ten Mexican $ohlirr$ were hjimr scattered around t hem. As he and his two compmions wre armed with revolving pistols, it i pnp.io ed they must have killed the eiei'r t Stxi ennt in most desperate eneouritiT. Lieut. Pre belonged to one of the tiiiinni volunteer tv.rpt which were disbanded, but he determined to devote himself to the Cause tf his country, and remained, to meet, as it eventuated, with the abive melancholy fate. One hundred recrui...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 31 October 1846

Moat Taooaite lit Ehiaara.Tfae ppU of Burliocton, tout, are complaining that their ci ty it overrun by tba Mormon population, who nave been driven from Nauvoo, aod feart are entertained by tbe editor or the HawkEye" tbat tome diflicultiet will grow out of their com lng to that eitr. v ',''' ' 4 ' Cvattoc or Ountoit. -Since Cant. Hosken hat run the Greet Britain ashore, it has been discov ered by the newspaper that he it the tnnat care lent officer alive. Thit in the face of the com ptimentary resolutions given In New York and Boston, but which the list act of naval skill proves ha did not deserve. Pisraskd Potato: left in the ground all winter have pmd.iporf as pond, and in many en act a better crop, than sound p.itatnoa pliinted in the 'piinsr. This fnct he been Bdtiftnctorily proved by numerous, experiment in Enpland, Ireland, Scotland and France. Doubtful! Ykllow Fgvitg at Nbw Ori-kans. The Hoard sf Health reported. 17th inst , !i castas in the Charity Hospital, and seven new cas...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 31 October 1846

99JL JLI .'.'Jli 1 J l-J TIIK OLD MAID. BT MRS. AMKLlA WgLST. Why sittthe Ihui in solitude T her hetrt i Seems melting in her eye't delicious blue, And t it heavet, her ripe lift tic apart At if to tet its heavy throbbing through ; Iri her dark ejre a depth of softness swells,' Deeper than e'er Ler careless girlhood wore; . And her cheek crimsons with the hue that tellt . Tie rich, fair fruit ii ripened to the core. it it her thirtieth birth-day! with a nigh (bowers, Htr tout hath turned from Youth'i luxuriant Ami her heart taken up the last tweet tit . That measured out itt linkt of golden hourt! She feels her innocent toul within her atir - With thought! too wild and passionate to tpeak; Yet her full heart 'itt own interpreter Translate! itielf in tilence on her cheek. .'"v'i opening hud, Affection's glowing flowert, One tprang within upon her beaming track; ('ft, life was beautiful in thoie lost hourt Y And yet the doet not with to wander back ! N'o' the but lovet in lonelineit t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 7 November 1846

-lbm wewFg,;-i.-----u--J-Ji'--Ji'--'ia TERMS OF TUB AMEniCAW.' If. B. MA5SER, JOSEPH EISELY. ) Poatt: PaormtT. OJlct in CtntrifUef. in the rear of It. Mat . v . er' Start.) ... THE AM fiRTCAN,r T ptibiwneJ very Satur day at TWO DOLLARS par annum to ba paid half yasrly in advance. No paper diacontin Ued till iU arrearagea are paid. No subscription received for a lea period than an mostr. All communicaliona or letter on business relating to the office, to inaure attention, lust be POST PAID. REMOVAL JOHN. II. PURDY, 1 KSPECTr'ULLY inform hi Mend and customer, thnl lie ha removed his stork of go.xla to the Stone House, on Maiket aiiuarr, fotm. erly occupied by Mr. Wm. Dewsrt, wro-re he will be happy to rv hia dd customers and the pub ic generally, on astfood terms, and at aa low pri st a ran be h.id eUswhem. A Urga sssurlment of (Jroeerias, Dry Goods, and (Joeensware, constantly on hand. June J7ih, I8t6. if. lnn"nnd Sheet-Iron Ware MANUFACTORY. SSLIITSOKOVIl, PSNN'A, Frill E aohscril e...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 7 November 1846

. Tarrlft Oal to lh Calf. To mail from the South received In Bi'lS more Oct 80tb, contains the following particu rs of terrific gU In the Uulf, and loss of !tV, taken from the New Orleans paper The gil commenced blowing from N, E, on t'ifi morning of tho llth inst 5 by 1 o'clock it lowed a perfect hurricane, the tide rose rapidly,, nnl the storm raged with Incredible violence i-Mil near, midnight, when it abated. On the 1 J;h it blew a moderate gale, and pradually nub ided.- Every dwelling-house, o?o fine or six, at Key West, was destroyed or. utrtoofed, the t'uftom house was blown down, the jfljrne lloopital unrooted, and it ia supposed, govcro- neiit proiwrty destroyed to tbe amount of $30J,. u'lO; Tafle'e wharves disappeared, and t!.e aalt works were destroyed. , , The United States barrack wore in jred, but f ifTered lest thnn other bu Uing. Many rami I ts were turned out houseless, but tho United i'utee Qunrtertnastrr came promptly to their instance. The loss ot life ic greatma...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 7 November 1846

jCorresrandenceof the fn. Louis Union Sam p Rwi. . Santa Fa. Septra, 1848. , XttaM Emtom : On Ihe Oil inst., Gen. Rear tt,. ''h about eight hundred men, left this town on " excursion south. We went to vil lags c Had Tonic, about one hundred miles dis tant. We struck the Rio Grande twenty. seven miles frov this place, at a village called San Do mingo, inhabited by the Pnebla Indians. Our re ception at this village was quite a grand affair, 'the print i pa' men and braves of the tribe met us t:.x miles fk-orn the town, and escorted us in; the braves were counted on their best horses, and ireisd in the n" '"'J' "N""'" " ""ed and equipped in the r ln!""", " when nr. go out for the purpose of' Bblin.- When the General passed the head of 1 h-.,:'' ln""' 'T fired ofTtheir guns, and thrMt one fit Pfl e'eh side of our companies proceeded to tbe rear,"'' l,Fn wheeled and came down close to our line at V , top of the speed of their horses, 'yelling and go ing through all the mnnojvres of a reg...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 7 November 1846

g"JH.J - Lave unA AmMilim TK I.AST fjrriRVIBW KTwKK JOSCr-RING Rf Napoleon. The illvorcp, lor the sake td unrriage with another, waa, however, a fearful ipKi for Napoleon to break to Josephine1. The rumor of her approaching degradation had -r long tints filled (he hrarl or the. Emprets 'ith the mtvt fearful forbodiugs. Still neither ivrlj ventured to ' introduce the topic which i.ow filled the ears and occupied the Iwgna of !1 Europe, Thejrdirred together one day la the deeprt embarrassment, end not tit word waa spoken by either during llic'rcpast. . Na poleon ; exhibited marks of the strongest fttf its linn,' a convulsive movement, accompanied with a hectic flush, often panted over litis lea nre, and lid eeemed afraid to raise hit 'ci to the impress except by stealth.'. . Josepii'u.e waa rcitally embarrassed arid agitated, end hat! ait dy been weeping. The dinner wo a finally rt moved untouched, neither having tasted a morsel. Josephine has thus described Iho scene which ensued: We...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 14 November 1846

m H. B.'mAsSER,' , . PcsMaaBa AB I , JOSEPH EI8ELT. : $ PBorniBTOBS. v ( u IT. m. jskm, ur. I . Dflea U Ctntrf Mlley,. in ih rear ofJt.JJak .s7. t i - .' Were.) 1 1 . iv THE AMETnOKKKpiiHliiM every Salor 4ay aV TWO DOLLARS par annum to be paid half ysarly In advance. Ns papa dieeoittin awl till a arrearages are paU... , ... ; ; 1 - No subscription received for 41ms period than Uit wosrrs. 1 AIT communication or letter on ,tusine relating loth office,! In attention, fi to POaT PAID. .wt - , I REMOVAL. JOHN. H; STURDY, ' pSPEUTFUM.Y informs hi ft lends and Xa.-cutomera. lhat ho ha removed hi stork of foola to tha mope. House, on Market erUer, foim. ,flY oeeupit by Mr. Win Dewart, where ho will ' be hippy to ro his old customers snd ihe pub. lie general!, on asfiood terms, nil at low Jrj cee ee mo ho hl eleewhero. i ....-- . i . . A huge DKMrtmnit of Groceries Dryn Coode, . and tneenewarB, constantly on hind. ? ! i i ' - -Juno t7ih, 18t8v tf. ; . - ., . ., Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware : MAN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 14 November 1846

JSim inrcTAf mom iwon. aixttets eU?t tatte Cram tiUi4 ABBSVatoV ta .. v "tTKAMSHIF BRITANNIA, Yurtltf Admmiin Fwr- TKnamd Dtmand for Grs'nAdtanft .in .MttnDtphvelk , ; . Conditio if Inland Famint end Aarese JA.rrfayt ef rte Qm SpatnFrme and tghdEf)d tftht EnhnH CvrAaltTb Crx Britain ttM Janeee, ck. tH j Haw Tom, Salorday, Nov. 7th, 10 P. M. ' Tbe ttearasblp Britannia arrivad at Boston an Poturday ntdrning, after a boisterous pa"" eighteen Jays, having lfl Liverpool On the 0lh Wmo. The steamship Great Britain it tUU eilorej with twelve ffet water In ber bold.' "'' J The Cambria, wih Mr. Bancroft, out newly (.pointed Minister to the Court of St James, on ioard, had arrived at Liverpool previout to tbe pirtore of tbe Britannia. ' Th deplorable condition of Ireland engrosses pitlic attention in tba Britith Itlandt. Tba fa win rontinU? to spread over tlat unfortunate Vountry. Disrates of the moat malignant type are also aiding to tba bprrr of the scent. Tba marriages of tba Queen of Sair...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 14 November 1846

- Tk. .rsr, sr.eMe-.te, . '1" "! fha Hf Orleaat pepert eoatain lertere and eetnmenleatlaat front Monterey, front which we anekathe following utrieti: ' . Linr. Coii. MvCuim rapidly recovering frMi ths) effect ! hit wonndt, and It new eat of dancer.. Ona af tha efnceraof ait regiment In formt at thtt tht gtlltnt Cotoatl.waa tha flrtt , . anta Ibtt tkowed himtelf on the Irat fort ttorm ad bjr General Tayler'e division, and that lit re- 'reived hit waundt whilst waving hit ' tword a '" left and cheering aa hit men, hooting "vieto. ' ty !" The matket hall atruek him on hit left t band whilst holding hit arthSard to hit hip, and cat off two of hit flngera, f lancing from the acabbard and entering hit ibilomen, fracturing .in ita course tha bone above the joint. MccTtNd or Mmican Orrtcett witb Gr.nr. J raL Woara Manjr of tha Mexican offieere rat. lad oa Oeneral Worth, among whom were Don Fraaciaro Bene, who commanded at tha Obit Fade, or Bishnp'a Ptltre, General Ortiga, Col. I Marino, and...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 14 November 1846

From the Daily fun. ' OiMNlTifUr. Ten Old Dan Tutker.- .t I went down Seat d oder day ' j And jti peeped In M Mohferey; ; ,.Y i J A mpudia be wat running round, ' -..... ., . Sajieg "General Teylor'e kern te town.." . , j Get oat d war fbf QvOerai t ay lor Get out de ws for' General Tailor, ' ?3eteutde way for General Taylor J . . To whip the mex'eans he's a whalef Pe General aat him down by da wall' ' " i And began to fro to ma cannon btll , , , , The mex'ean twora by da pint ob Lit 'nifa Ha nam taw tach a man in bit life. - i Get out da way, Stc." Oh ! Uncle Saffl and dey fell out, y ' I And what do you t ink it wat about j ly wouldn't pay hiro op: bekickamondethinj And dat de way die row begin. ' Get out da way, &. ',' : ! i; neral Taylor, in ear!y life, t ' ' llegen to follow da drum and fife ' ' ' Ma whipped da fnjnna all about, , And now ha put da Mex'cane to rout ' 80 get out da way, ke:j " Old "Rough and Ready" hit htm tuch a' cuff, Diit Ampudia waa forced to cry out eno...

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