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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 21 November 1846

.mTEIUMS Or T1IK , AMEBIC" -nH, B. MA8SBR,! t Ptr.tfWtll la' Inovnu vtunt v Oca in' Centre ,ffty, A ir rear, of tt. Jfst- mt i Store. THE AMEKICXK',' jblMibEahed every Satur day at. TWO DOLLARS per Annum, to be paid half yearly in advance. "Nd paper ditcontin 'Wed tllf a aa arrearages are paid. ' ' i"-,ei - inr JJoautawlptloni iccairM for kaa period lhati tix pTa.. All cornmnnicationa or. letters on , business relating to the office, to insure attention, ' most bs POST PAID.' ' " ' REMOVAL: 1 1 J O K N. H. ; P U R DiY,, TE8PEC l FUI.r.Y. inC.rma , Itia fiicn.la and cuatomcri, that he hta reraofd lit ilork of ' gorfda to the Stiin Itounr, tin Maiket tqbarf, fotm. wty ecOjneJ Ky Mr. Wrh. Dwart. where he will happy to ame hi old eurtonx-ra and the pub lic generally, on a good terma , and at aa low, pri teeaa can be had etowher. ' ' ' ' ' "" " ' A large eaaortment' of Ororerieiv' Dry Oooda, an J Queenaware, conatantly on hand. f v,ri., I , June t7iht,lM6.tf.i i; . , , t V . Tin -and She...

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. — 21 November 1846

'"V From the N. O. Picayune, 8th intt.j '....VIITfcT WMMI-MMICO. Sunt Annn'em4enfnfplgingkb9Hlf with r I&0Q000O Dinttt in the Capital ' jTU Mrxictn Account of the Buttle of Mon- r. fc: ' ! , Through the s'sme channel by which we re- ; ce'ived intelligence given in another column from the Golf Squadron, we also rec Ived papers '' from Vera Crux as late at the 23d of October. The intelligence l Interesting and. Important.' ' ,-. .' la ta first place w mar say in general terma that ii ttaper which ;we hava opened do we find any token . of -awbmission on the part of the JWexicarlaJiJ .(hair (.conflict ..with !hicountry. Every paragraph breth throats of vengeance. Their losses ar enumerate Infletail, 16 found thereupon more urgent appeal ?oh patriotism of their rttitentto give up every thing for the support of the war,' 1 "': "J ' "' It is net too much to say that there I the war mest enthusiasm otinarent' in all that, we read' wherher in editorial remarks or the military ad ilreaaeo...

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. — 21 November 1846

9ERTBiaen9S!l WWO "TV ' OJfe Me B Atttwene Anatca, Not. 10. , FLOUR. The rate Baked U 15,40, but w do not bear of aale.; j Thtra wart aettlementa for receipt! from car to-day, at 3,37f). ' ' V1 Wa hear ofno transaction In City Mill flour. There are purchaser? at 83,60, but most tr the c aniller bev eeld ahead, and other prefer to wait ' further advicM from Earope.!' . hi.-mT j ' n CRAW.ner.a li ery( little Wheat offering , to day'.We .'quote good forifna Xfd.; redis at lOOatia.aenta, and ordinary to' good at, OOatoO eta. ' White Wheat ia worth t toallo cent, aad parcel fit for family flour1 113123 tf.'" On Se- ", tarday there wa''a kale of Pennsylvania White at . IMS rente, and of red at 113 ct. , V '',.. Wa quota near corn at 550 eta. for white, ond 6860 'cent far yellow; and old at 60 cent for whiteand M cent W yellow! ' ', ' ' i, . Oat are worth 5830 ct. ,.,,,..,!' ; , WHISKEY. 8tet of hhds.at S3 cent aad obi, at 2434 J et in' farr demand. ' ! ' ' ' ' . .T-rr-Tjr: ,. i Flrcbist i...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 21 November 1846

Kitting HnibMMi with Kldns. V r " ' t ' ' ' : A Fowl Data! Among the most diaagreei l)lethiocittiKling the practice of the moat anient 'ell pToftBton-fiipjicln- -4r? , the ' prejudicea th phyaWlari Jitiwi conttilniy ten t id with, either in the mind of the patient' r ii. that el hie friend' Ii eaaief to eure the h Jily 'complalnte of a Jhuhdfed' persons, than to eradicate the prejudicea from the mind of oat. Abeurd, ridiculou, end hnrtfe! notion, which 'hitvoae it were, grown with them, willadhera , to the mind, in epite of all, effort to root theae out. Vieitinf patient, a abort time . ye Dr. Lambert, (a celebrated pliyeician late from Cincinatti, but now practising iM St.' Louie) 1 perceived a very dieajfreeable itneli; like 1 that of putrid meat apparently ieeuioe; from beneath (he bedclothes, at the foot of the bed. I in quired what itweai 'Why anid the good wife who wat attending on her eick. husband, . 'it' nothing hut a dunf -hill fowl he bee ft on the bottom of hia feet, poo...

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. — 28 November 1846

TERMS OP Tlttt " AMCIlICAl'" H. B. MASSER, JOSEPH EISELY. ssxssr K. Jt. JHJSSKM, Kditar. Offiet in CtnlrfAllen. in the rear of 11. Mat . ter'tStoreJ THE " AMrTRfCA"N"Ts published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to b paid hlf yearly in advance. No piper diacontin lied till a Lt arrearage are paid. No subscription received for a lata period than six mouths. All communication! or lettera on business relating to the office, to insur attention, aiuit he POST PAID. REMOVAL. JOHN. II. PUltDV, RESPECTFULLY informs hie f.iends and customers, that he haa removed hU stork of gos'.la lo ihe Stone House, on Mstketequare, fotm flrly occupied hy Mr. Win, Dcwart, where he will bti happy to srrve hit old customers and ihe pub lic generally, on as good terms, and at as low pri ces as can be h id elsewhere. A large assortment of Groceries, Dry Goods, end IJtieenswor, constantly on hand. June 87ih, 1840. tf. Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware MANUFACTORY. SBXiINSOSOVS, PBNN'Ai f flHE subscriber respectfu...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 28 November 1846

, l.TBR FROM TUB AltMY. Tht following, from lbs Galveston tit, x (i a, of the 10th intt. give a ricw and important version of the movaments of Gen. Ampudia. . Opt G. K. Lew., formerly connected with us in thin paper, arrived by th iteamer Sabine on 3undsy. He left Monterey on tht 13th nit. vid therefor bring Intelligence several day Ulrrthan we bav before had. Hi route w tV land, throngb Saline, Arittii, Hacienda, Bo. r.1 da Lon, Lapse, rr i, Loredo, San Anto nio, It. When Capt. L. left Monterey it n 'H almost universal opinion through the Army, Cn Ampudia bad rot (a ha been so gen erally reported and believed) retreated from Sal tilloto San Lui Poto.i, but that bhad proceed- 1 on the road toward Morwlova, with a view 10 intercept Gen. Wool, and prevent I.U junction j with Gen. Taylor. Ilia opinion wet not predi- I .-a ted upon any direct infoimation, (fur no spin spies, or rssgers, ha been cent but to watch Ampu. di movements,) but upon rretty trong pre sumptive evidence, supported...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 28 November 1846

The Mexican fore wis 350 regular troopa, with four piecea of cannon, beaideaan unknown number of armed peasant, all of whom where potted on strong- military work, or in the occu pation of atone or brick houaea hence we could not reach them with our great guns, and wo were at every disadvantage. MczicAit LaTTcaa or Mabqu. We have plen ty of newt from Mexico, via Havana and Monte ry. The general impretiion la that Tampieo will ba the next point of attack. Information haa been received in thia city that theeteamthip Flag, on ita lat trip from Vera Cm i to Havana, took out 300 lettera of marque, with naturalization papera, confirming the rights and privilege! of Mexican citizena on all who would tail under them. Thia information comet in an authentic form. It wa dated at Mexico, on the 30th alt., and reached Vera Cruz on the evening that the lettera by the Flag were mailed, 'tid from thence reached here by way of Havana. A letter from Havana hat also been received here, announcing the a...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 28 November 1846

Death f Cept. RatwUlph flMg-tlr, W have received copy of th Picayune -xVa, dated FrlJay, Nn. 18ih, issued irnmodi etely qh tbs irrival of the steamship Virginia, torn firatoa Santiago. yiArt. R!ootfB RumfcLY Terrible ecci ''$f MeJ. JJeshieldi, U. aJ, Psymeeter, who ,bVt Monterey two da ja after u, and overtook n at Cersarjro, brought intelligence that haa mat a pWm over every heart, He ststea that n the 23th ult. the dsy after wele!t,.ts Capt. Ridg-ely waa riding into town to dine with Lieut. Mackall.his horse, alipped on he amooth lavement, and he waa thrown with such vio lences against a rock aa to cauee a severe frac ture of the skull. He lay senseless when Ma j ir De-shields left, on the following day, and no hope of hia recovery waa entertained by the sur treons. In parting with thia aptrndid young officer, I little thought that before I reached home, it would become my duty to chronicle i painful an event concerning him. The world never produced a braver man or better eoldier ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 5 December 1846

T V, . TERRS OF THE AMERICA." H. B. MAB8ER,. - Pestisaaas aR JOSEPH EISELY. . $ Paoratrress. JT. JMSSBH. JStHtmr. . . I ; Ojrtcs ill Cnr Alky, 'nrtK rear of H. Mat- . THE ' AMfiniCAS,riipubiltd svsry Sstur . dsy at TWO DOLLARS mi annum tot Raid half yearly in advance. No paper disconlin- Red till Ail arrearage ess mU. i . , . ,, No subscription received for a Iota period ths sir. mortis. ATI communicaiiona or lettara on business relating to the office, to inturo attention, anl bo P08T PAID. . ' " REMOVAL JOHN. II. PURDY, RESPECTFULLY informs his friends and customers, that ho haa removed bia .stock of goods to Ihe Stone House, on Mai ket square, form erly occupied by Mr. Wm. Dewart, where be will be happy to serve hi old customers and lbs pub lie generally, on Be good terms, and at as low pri era aa can be hid elaewhere.. A large assortment of Groceries, Dry Goods, and Queenswsre, constantly on band. ' June 37ih, 1848. tf. ' ; Tin anil Sheet-Iron Ware MANUFACTORY. SSX.XZT80HO VB, TB...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 5 December 1846

From tht Phil. Daily Snu. rataUklBLS DMAITBIt tTt hot the Sttnr AtlaaUteOseat ! mt lAtm. W litre to record tccooatoof diatr ia tht t't Ilaed Bonrtd.whkh recall vividly teraind 'tnVfearfal fit of th temboat Liftftn, whicb, we hv great tear, will even exceed in S lettructien of life, tht terrible record ( that wreck. ' "' " Tbe new tod meg nlflcent tatner Atlantic, .Captain Dustan, wa drivn abor PUber' l1aad,ertyoppoltNew Londoe, eahr wjr this eity, In thgat f Thurdy. od on Fri day morning went to piece. .... Tb tost of fife, though th ,B u 7 un known, mort bo Yry greet, twenty ine dead buditt having already been recovered, and thi amber, ft 1 appreheaded, trill be treatly rreased. ' The following particulars wet fotnltbed by Mr Jame Stetenn, the aeeond Cantam f te etetmer, published in an ertrt Hertld : Tat Atlantic left Allyn' Point thont htlfpatt 1 1 Wcdaeaday night, with an unatually emarl number of passengers, ns inhering with the crew, rvant and Sic era of the tteamer, in alt tr...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 5 December 1846

V lion of Hard Feeel matter in those Important or. gans. - There mft u pain or distress In eoy part of the body ' (ttnless It Ws produced by ecerdeht) that m not occasioned by tht pwiiw - of Acrid If amors, ft U these human which bars It ht expelled, ami by m doing lb Pain or diatraaa la aura to bo removed. To do thU with eorttlnty Iho Brandreth Pill tautt bo used. They are aa innocent at bread, yet all-powerful aa the remover i of the cauaa of sickness t may bo Uken at any time of day or night without alteration in diet or fear of cold. . XT Purchase of H. D. Maeier, Sunbury, or of Um agent, published in another part of Ihla paper, It4M0ira Tawt:J Fsvta aso Aoc Pa TtTi. 1 it not an infante. traffic for wholesale and retail druggists, and ether merchsnts, to boy op ipuriw, adulterated, repudiated and counter terftit Rowanct Tonic Mixture at auction, and from irreaponaibte and awindling medicine venders, for two or three dollars per doxen, and then to eell K to the Ignorant and unwar...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 5 December 1846

atve art lb A young female; swicWienlan .Was sent to Massachusetts a few weeke ago by her parents to be due. ted at a boarding school etar Boston. Awkward, perverse, illiterate, ahd itrfgretn; the wit at once the aversion and butt of the irif li." It happened that frequenter of the boar din; achool wat a good looking Boston dentist, of some pretentions, who wished to get him t If a rich wife from among the pupil. Aware of hie mercenary motives, and determined to pimiah blm, the young ladies led him to believe that their new classmate from Michigan waa an hoiree. ThU' wa enough for the dentist, lie Immediately laid siege to the heart of the Wolverine,'' nd confiding in her ignorance f etiquette made her a preaent, among other things, of tome money to buy ber a bag with, meaning something of tbe reticule order. H.ghly delighted with the literally of the "how with atore clothes on," (at she firit called bim,) (he girl confided the fact to three or four of her r ew companions. ( Coffee ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 December 1846

VEnms or Tire AxtzrusAif I?. 8. MAESEJL PtitHnit JOSEPH EILY. .rMrumii. ML JJ. jajMMKH, M4tUr. OJJUt Jti Ctntn JiUy, in tht nar'bfjr. Aee- , THE - AMERICAN" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS Mr annum to be od half J fly In advance. , Ne paper disconiia- . im till Att arrearagea ere paid. No subscriptions received for a teas Dariod than iz atorrae. ' All communication! or latter on tsawmess valeting to the office, to insure attention. oat ba POST PAID REMOVAL. r1 h JOHN. H. PURDY, TJ E8PECTFULLY Informs Lis friends and -a- customers, that ha ht removed hit stork of goads to lha Stone House, on Msiket square, form erly occupied by Mr. Win. Dewart, whrra ha will ba happy to serve hi old enftomera and tha pub lie gene rally, on at good terms, and at aa low prl ee can ba hd elsewhere. A large sssortment of Groceries, Dry Gooda, and ijoeenewsre, constnmry on band. June 27ib, 1840. if. . 1 Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware : MANUFACTORY. SSLXNiaBOVB, f BRK'Ai ' TTTHE subscriber respectfull...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 December 1846

p n gsio eVt POLK. ! ," TWAc Stnalt etnl Ho ttf tit Jtnlalivt , ?f l) UvitedJSuiU. ,.' t v I j ! 0 In reeumiog jronr Inbwre in tfiieervVee of the 'lajr-ple, It -li a eut j.'Ct T ttHlgraTiilatioti.thlt '" ber liae been no crM in our past history, - iilien ill ll' element Of 'national prosperity liti Wt v fully developed. , Since your Itet "fe-Mktn nd afflicting dispensation ha visited out country general good tieajth ho 'prevailed f bundripi hi crownerf the toil of ihe hurbaod. ' men ; end labor 1n ill Hj branches i receiving - ri ample reward, while education, science and the art are rapidly enlarging Ihe mean of to nal happiness. The prqgreps of onr country in her career of greatness, not only Irnhe vsst e x 'entioh of oor territorisi limits and the rapid in route of our populttiou, tut in resource and wealth, and in the happy conditiouof our people, 1 ia without example in the hUttoiy qf nations, j rt 'As the wisdom, strength, stld beneficence of oar fro institutions are an folded...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 December 1846

Arrival ef the Sieaaasbtar Caledonia, . ,-,"t':.WnfAW Utt.--.., 4 Tbsiteimship Csledo'nls, Capf ' Lott arrived ., at Boston on Saturday morning at 7 o'clock, in fifteen days and sixteen baura from , Liverpool, whence ah tailed n Iht 14th, November, The train markets both In England and on .' the Continent, are down. , -. According lo thaicconnts cotton hed declined; . but cotton dealer On tfaie) aide will think the newe favorable"' -'.A '' The money market remained about the aame ai at latt advicee. . -i - l ' The Bank of England raleuf intereat Ie!3 per cent. Bullion ia being exported from the king dom. .. . ' Free trade waa progressing throughout Eu ' tope. ' ' . The Hon. Geo. Bancroft hat taken tip hi resl . 'lence in Eaton Square, Belgrave Place, London. ''On the 18th nit. he dined with the Qneen, at "WlnrteOT Cattle : and, on the following Saturday wae, with hit lady, at a eelect party at Lord -. Palmerston's, the Minister for Foreign afTaira. The misunderatanding between Engla...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 December 1846

. JM criRitn fp. , ' '"" ' ' ! ! .':.' ;t;i , , .. j ,-. .!.!.' 't , Cl up,' for grief U of the night, J DI morning with its rosy light - i - ! Dispels tbeitlovl of tnrrew. " ' ' 1 11 Shadowy doubts' bbsetire th day, ; ' Rt'meTOb6fty trill (let kwiyy ' ! The sky will smile to morrow. , ,' What though the part be thickly itrewn With fsdsd flowers, thy path o'ergrown With thorm ef woi and ssdnest ? Yet sigh not always murmur not,' , . , There's promise in thy tutor lot, That speaks of hope and glsdocss. ; ' ' , True, life Is but a vaU of tears, . .. And hope is often linked with fears, ,1 Yet why be ever weeping? . There's many a bright spot on the earth, And many a joy of noble birth, The future hath in keeping. A cloud tnon thy brow will throw ' New shadows on thy brother's woe, And make life's journey weary ; ' A mi7e in holy ealmness given, Will light thy brother's path to heaven, And cheer the pilgrim Weary. Cheer up, then, for our guide-star here , Wilt soon disclose a holier sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 19 December 1846

n- J a .4 J i y-riUcia or ApyisiiTWiBf , r;t; M tr.a ltl!T. ( !;. ! rrp.TTDvTT: H. B. MAf TS,- "' PoaLteat e' JOSEPH E-LY. - $ Paeratrvee. 0JS in CtntrtM&t in 4km wr ft K, t ' '..:' .i'jdr'l fere.) .' -' ' . THE V A1rfSl'nSpaJ5W every tor das at TWO . DOLLARS -par uaw U be paid half yarly In advance.. .Ne paper dieeoatin- Ud till AM arrearage At Mill. -? A Nuboriptieo received for a Imi period than itv Moirraf. All communication or Uuara on susins reUting to tha ofRee, to Insure attention, must be POST PAID. ' ' r it e bid eVt':i o i;k. t fi Senate anJ Houieof.RepreientativtB 1 .Lsaara. l insertion 0 to , 0 7 1 do 1 ., , do. 7D c.-'",.i vl ! . 1 d kw; vi -'- I 00 hsi 1 raJ iiUl Ji)-irf VrN H.)Va 1 .- j it ii: .'.is j j ,. n tl H Yearly Ad vet Haematite I onacolumri. SS5 I half , e T,-ANiyrSHAMGKIN.VJttURNAL"v F aolumn,! 1 0. threaMuares , f I J two aquarea, f V . I one eaeare, $ ' alf-year!y one column, 18 i , 1 half eaiumn, lit t three s"rfi ,f I.0 1', ,i 5; one square, fS SO. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 19 December 1846

T toflb trpAM t?mri1r InerJeht to th iintetaco I eur poMCMiod - ad aatbority m them. " Jtear the) eloM cf yjr session,' fV.r reason t4Mnoncttd t Congtese, I deemed it itnpof. in ae a eaeesure tar eecufing t speedy tnot with Mexico, that nim of mooey should to neroptieted and placed in the power of tbt Executive, similar to that which hd been made wpon two furtrrar occasion, during iht udinla Utatinnvf President Jfffvreoo. , ', Oa tho Wth of February, 1809, an epewopria I oo ed 990110,000 waa made, aod pieced at lb disposal of tho President. Its oty'Ot la wall known. It waa at that time) In contemplstio M scquire Louiaiana Iron Franc, and It ' wa Intended to bo applied aa a partof ihectonridqr tion which might ba paid for that territory. ,)a tho 13th of February, 1908, the semesam Wi In like manner appropriated, with view to the purobeeeof the Floridee from Spam. Thee appropriation wer tnado to facilitate negotia tions, and aa a mean to arable the President to secompiish the Importan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 19 December 1846

The oteamdr T1raph, from ; Brant 50th U. and Port Lavas ml tha ltt inat, arrived at New Orteana Ait the 6th with her fltf at half anaat, having on board - tha remalne of tha la mented Major Ringgold, and Lieut Cochran, in charjra of tha Baltimore 3ommittee. - Tha ateamer Monmouth arrived tha day pre ione tha newi from Monterey and tha poete lone; the RioGranoYtVno later than before received. H -'S ' " ""' '""' Mr.' A-.' L. Datinoy,' who had been employed ky itw tJ. Btatc Cpmmieury In taking: mt a turn ot money to Gen, Woo!, came pa teen gef In ihe Monmonirt.Vnd furnished the following c count -I!e arrived at ' Monelova Nov. 6th, where th arm? encamped, and in fine con flit ion. He remained there until the 14th when theatarted Tor Monterey, eecumpenied by an racort, with detpatche for Gen. Taylor. ' Gen. Butler ia Military commander of Mort lerey Gen. Taylor had been to Saltillo, returned leaving General Worth in potteaaion of that 1ace. It waa the impre"eioo that the whole of he Ame...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 19 December 1846

HANK JTOTE LIST. , PCffffSYLYAJCIA. 5 ? . The Mlwifi j list ehowe the current li of all Pennsylvania Bank Notes. Tbe moot Implicit re-ti-nce may he .pieced upon h,,'es H 5rserr wnfully cooaparail with ei-d corrected froea Btck neB'e Reporter.' t io ;? -- w.'ct 3f ! ' a. .a .(. -I' '. ....... UUIUM Ul i uuaiKiuin Nave. : 1) LaCkTlO. ) l Die. i Pa-tut. ",! . ' NOTES AT PAR. BawaaV et tf -.a-V .t. 1 , par pr p' pw p' par par P par P" par par par par pat P' par par par par par frank of the Northern Liberties . Cbtntnerelil Bank of Penn'a.-1 Partner' tnJ Mechanlca pack Kensington Bank ' T v PhtledetiftVe Bank ' . ' Schoylktll Bank v ". ...I 3nnthwark Bank Western Bank. Mechanics' Bank f Manofsetnrers' Mechanlca' Bank -Bank of Pens Townhip , . -Hjrar.1 Bank" Bank of Commerce, lata Moyamrncing Bank of Pennsylvania r , Country BanUi. ; Bank of Cheater County Weetehtstet Hank of Delaware Canity Serih oTTJermantown" Bank of Montgomery Co. Doylestnwn Bank Canton Bank Cheater Germtntown ' Norrh...

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