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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 30 January 1847

TERMS 05THE!'AMERICAX.' It. n. MASSER, " i Poausatii. aso JOSEPH EISEI.Y. PaorattToes. T. IT. JMSSElt, Editor. OJiee in Ctntri Alfrintlereai" of IT. Mat ter' Slori.) THE" AM ERICA N'l published every Salcir day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscriptions roroired for a less period thin tit months. All communication or letter on business relating to the cilfice, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. Boot & Shoe ESTABLISHMENT. DANIEL I) UUC K KM 1 LLE n . At hit Uli Lstahlhkmenl, in Market Street, Sunburn, (orrOSITR THE RFII MON HOTEL,) j W ETURN8 his thsnka for pint fivors, and re- i H, spectfully Informs his friend and the public ! cimecallv. ihnt he continues to manufacture, to or- I 0T, in the neatest and latest style, CIIK.il HOOTS AM SHOES, warranted nf the best mntrri.il, and made by the most expcilt-ncej workmen. Jle ulsn keep, on hnnd a general assoitment of fushionaMe Hoots for (rrnth...

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. — 30 January 1847

IlPOnf ART FilOR MEXICO. A t.ian ofEifkt Millionn Demanded by flan lit Annn Congress in Secret Session Chvrch Property to be Confiscated Tke Cltrgy Threatening Ercommnnicmtion. The following itemt of intelligence f.-om Met )' bevs been received at the office of tbt New Voik Sua, by en arrival from Havana : The Congre wee io eecret session debating the measures necessary to be taken in the I present stated affairs : An express hid beea received from Santa Anna, demanding eight mil lion of money, or the country wss lost. It vii understood that the confiscation of the flmeeli property wu conteaHplateJ in order to , procure funis to carry en the war. The clergy vwre, ofeoitrss, violently epposej to this mea sure, and wr tbreafin sseommnniration t tha Government, ConfreM and the army if it was carried into effect. The Now Vork Sun of the ST.tfi furnishes id Jcionai particulars of the late news from Mexi pi, received by it 9 Havana letters. Wc copy die Sun's fuller account : At tho moment...

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. — 30 January 1847

The Cabinet of Berlin, therefore, yields to national feeling in firing up a treaty which haa become unpopular; but this ii not the only con sideration which haa brought Prunia to the de cision. The manufacturing ant! maritime ambition of Germany has augmented. She wished to dis pense with the intermediaries. She has hitherto made use of her relations with trans-Atlantio countries in direct way, by the exchange of her own produce for the tropical provisions of America. The treaty with England opposed these projects. China. A conflict had taken place between the Chinese and Portuguese at Macaee, in rela tion to fiscal and general relations, in the course of which teveral Chinese fast boats had been burned and sunk. Order had been restored in consequence of the firmness of the Portuguese Governor. Navai.. The United Slates storehip Relief, Lt. Bullus, arrived at Pensacnla on (tie IGlh inst. from Anton Llzsrdo. On the morning the Re lief sailed, a bout was discovered discharging at Anto...

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. — 30 January 1847

"II I' WMPJJiUMjmH I - J I U fh Trial am it Trlhit UlltinS of Primer's . Urvll. At Mi; tat .Anniversary Celebration of the VaHhintfton Typographical Society, a number admirable speeches were nede, nnd atm.nj '..m the blowing, by G. IT Wallis, a Cmigrei- '.ml reporter ; Mr I'xcaioefrr GenlUmen : 1 have noihinr t i say. I suppose, though, '.he requisition to f.y eorneihtniHs imperative. Gentlemen, t am in of yon if (he trial of a printer'" devi! and he v'cissitudea of a journeyman printer's ad venturer, are the teat. Many of you are ae Minted wiib the outline of my career from 'he '"'me that I was an iipprentice to the lute Jona than Elliot, ot Ihia city, (peaee to hi mil,) who was familiarly known In hi office by the en fihoninus iijn ficution of "Old B.unb." I aep V'fore me a fellow-apprentice (Mr. Daniel ? nith) with "Old B.,inb." ( bad been the devil, r'ughtor, and Daniel euceeoded in the digni of thut office, tie knows, and 1 know, and ! cunnot furpet the peculiarities of a print...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 6 February 1847

. J TERMS OP TIII5 AFRICAN." II. B. MASSfttt, 7- rTKtxnt, aw, lWiiEP.II KlSELY, 5 PmotnifcTon.. Hcti Centra Metf, in. thertar of N. Mai ler's StortA ,: : THE," AMERICAN"!. publbihed .vary 9lur y at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be W hair yearly in advance. No paper discontin- J till Alt arrearages ire paid. No subscriptions received for a lets period than t montrs. All coramunicstions or letters on sinm minting to the office, to insure attention, it be rusi! iaid. ( I't,, 1 !!i LL.Ji.-XI Boot & Shoe ISTABLISHIVIENT. D AN I EI Dll tJC K EM 1LLEH, his UM Establishment, in Market Street, ' Sunbttry, (OPPOSITE THE RED LION HOTEL,) ETURN8 hi thank, for pint favors, and rn , spcclfulty inform his friends and the public erally, thst he continues to manufacture to or , in (he neatest and latest style, cheap Hoots axi shoes, rranted of the liest material, and nude liy the st experienced workmen, He nlso keeps on id a general assortment of fashionable Boots fur itlemen., toecther with a large ...

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. — 6 February 1847

i.atk from tampico. ' vrc1;:a Occupied by the American Troop, nn. dsr njn. Q-iitmnri-RepeliTiofi of 'old Ru v mors Mexican Fore believed to be near Salitllu Col. May's D.-ngnons Entrapped in Mexican Pass by t largo Mexican Force ' ill Rear Guard Cut off Escape .with the ' 'Main Body March of Gen. Shield' from ' . Panipxo Engagement Anticipated with Mrxiran Troupe Mexican Force Eatimared at Filty Thousand Thirty Thousand at San Tha brig Georgiana. from Tampico, haa arriv ed at New Orleans, bringing dates to the 14th ultimo.' Col. Kenney arrived at Tampico or. the 18th. direct from Victoria, with dctpatchet from (Jen. Taylor to Gen. Shield to tuspend npftationt for the present. Gen. Taylor had n,tord Victoria with Gen. Quitman on the Oth Can. Quitman had driven the Moticana before f.im Tor thirty or forty mile before entering Victoria. The Mexican force waa very relue t.mt to give up the place, and only retired at one "!.;. Gen. Quitman waa entering on the other, li ving no ravalry, h...

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. — 6 February 1847

GovKmMsia Pomai. burin, the ye,r end in2 30th June U.t, the treasury department paid to the post-olfice $230,383 83, po,taee on mail matter received at Washington city for officer! of the government, who, under the old law, re ceived their letter, etc., at.lKe e?enseef the iHnt-ofllfe department. Of this turn $109,816 40 was for matter received by the postmaster ge neral, $22,349 U by the Home of Representa tive! and its clerks, $7,283 80 by the Senate and ilsclerkij r724,G8,Dy the President and Vice President, $2,034 by the Secretary of the Navy, $2,031 60 by the Secretary of State, and $2,787 74 by the Secretary of the Treasury. New DiacovERiitsor Lbao in Wiucon.m. largo discovering have been made in lead at Hazel Greeni Jefferson, Mineral Point, Frank lin.tnd other places, and miners have flocked thither from all parts of the mineral region. The Wisconsin lead region is the El Dorado Tor the enterprising and industrious. Snaa Thboat, Coughs, Consumptions, Pains in the various pir...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 6 February 1847

I WW -THE VOLUNTEERS' RAELTJ- tenfold that banner of the stirf ! "" '" ! 1 TViJ let it float ami free ; I til motta for these Mexic wart, ' Ha "Right and Libert J V 1 ! Yes ! Right in (bat deep, unsought strife, . WImh freemen new cowered 'Right and Redress !" or while we've lift, ' NoVr shall' oiir hag be lowered! ' lTjHe f ye noble volonteers 1 : Stand to yonr purpose strong! No craven doubts, no .faltering feats, To your bolJ band belong. What f than we tamely ana1 et fjoni, VrotliRTl, fathers fall, ' ' Ar.fi -cry 'not Death or Victory I" Till we've avenged them all ?" From Butiker'a honored, blood stained brow, (A tall spire itandcth there) The voice conies' forth, no iuue now, ' I ' ' 5ave "Conqoett or Despair !" Detpair ! WbOte lip that word ahall tiara To whiaper to the brave T Th' inscription thai our flag mutt bear Is "Victory or a Grave"!" : steer Warlttam'a Horn Triilm "You know Bob Waddom, 1 reckon," atid I'nc.le Miko, ... Not . I hat I rocollert," replied. , - 'Well, Bo...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 February 1847

au.i Ik' tirvi TERMS OF THIS AMERICA." II. B. MA88KR, i toutMiu tii JOSEPH El8EI.Y..--c 5TeFirros. , I ' T. fl. .SSEff, JWfr. ,. I , Olios' Irs Certirrt Alley, in the rear tt It. Ma$. . Ilrs t n t i Start. ' ' i " i ) THE" AMERICAN la pubftshed every Satur Jay M TWO DOLLARS ftr annuor to be paid half yearly In advance , No paper disc tin ned lilt Ate. erreerag ee art paid. . , , , uv No subscription received for a leea pariah than 01 awa-ras. - All eoromnnicatJons or letters on bueinese relating to tha office, to insure attention, austboPO&T PAID. ,, .r;, v., .,. ,.- ::..t W. H..T BOSir.SON, FAliioiinble - BOOT, AND SlIOE,MAKEIt, Mmtm 8TttT, Sowbcrv, .. r- . THANKFUL for part favors, bcge leave to In. form h i friends and the public generally, that he baa jut rftarned front tha eity with new and fashionable lasts, anil a full essnrtroent of Light colored, Bronze, BUtrk Kid, and all other kind of Morocco for Gentlemen, Ladiea snd Children's wear; and he assure all who may fvor hi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 February 1847

i JNB DOMBAttOJIMf Of OfiTaih A BaiixtAtr Natal Arrets A Mexican . eoouuswMbo opttttkm of Tm CbitcJ Stste esso o wr Cj at Qenywest mm kccvuilr ;u ViM, to wnicft ft ; wr Wtt4 that, the) e 2": f'Vanfs ero IpfWiAtlf 'rfpiliti. Tt Wo r.'i ourton Onion hss been faroished by k Irreird In Ne York, wtmm K Wss a&lrWsaed, wfth the v wllowmf cwotf th7jlt !,f iho.CynBO to ' the par?, whitn though net official, le believed .'iw ootreec,. The) affair reeulteil in the) sue- CvmiuI eceomplishinent of CWmacer 'Du P. ot' idyeete, and tho detaile ox hi bit renewed proof shut thtf spirit which has, ft tlfree peat, cwered the navy with honor. etill ex'ste, and will diply'itseU wasneveren opportunity pre- .entailer. ( On the ffiorninof the 6tb of Oat, Opt. Do font r recited the authorities to deliver lbs two guti boats, armed snd equipped, snii the registry the vessels in tha port.. This, t the morn ' in?, was refused, and ehortly aftcrwarda lit tr goo boats were aet on fire by tha Mexicans, to preve...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 February 1847

Saaerlarltv In U ! Mr. . Th New York Cot respondent oft he Boston 'Recorder relate th follow: thrilling inei. n .slant, mliicb rerenltj occurred in Misaion 84b hath School rOriMn children ia that city. HIt had been tb Custom for mm lime, to of. fer a hymn booh, teatament, or other premium v'iotk scholar who annuld rrerteth rreatest number of text In proof .of torn doctrine of "-tcripwe-. : Tht reward of can ran were won by inn girle, it they ire alwayt the Seat echnlars, Amonr dieee wii on who, having belter education ar.d pretter advantages th.m the reel, hul, far several mnntlie In succession, taken the prig. At lar-t very active rivalry wii exei ted, and one of the more ambition children ac tually learned 44 proof text!, beta? all her tea cher found for her, and1 to matte mire of success. Committed to memory SO verses besides, mak Jnf 04 in all. But Soph 'a had learned 59 ytrooV, and was therefore entitled to the re ward, finely bound New Tstsmett. The exorcises of the day wrre c...

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. — 13 February 1847

' he DtnnkArtt'f Farewell. , Terewel! drink; to titgh anil handyy . , i rrwM rum, gio tod brand?,)' .. reTewrtl hut that tro'll weather, : frwwell beds that have nojeatnere, . .TVeweil wayathat I'r forfaUfi,'., . farewell tubs that bar no bare, Farewell vmirtr bote and kettles." i . Farewell cnpboirds. without vitals' , Farewell face as. red as crimson, , . Far- ell Sita that bare nd rime, onw rT . Farewell coate, mora boles than atieheV , FareWvll rsvfed veets aM breeches, " " : Farewell broken chalra knJ tabies,' ' ? .' ". " ' Tarewell dwelling! worn than stable. ... . Farewall drunken long'and rrel,v, - . i .Frwi-ll friends tbat love the barrel, t j Farewell drinking lade and laies, . Farewell twihdovre within! glaMes; ' ; ' Farewell floors tbat need a awab file, , Farewell yard that bava no wood pile . . Farewell bondt tbat I have broken, Farewell oathe that I have tpeken, ' Farewell landlord and bartenders, Farewell all blue devil sender. .. . . . . ' F.sccsAiLB. Whilst a regim...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 February 1847

ERMS OF T11B " AMEIHCAX. )SEPH EI3ELY. 5 r.orais-ron.. II. B. JHJSSRB, Editor. :t in CtntrTAiliyTin the rear of H. Mas- ter'i Store. HE" AMEfolDAN" Isubii's'hed every Statur al TWO DOLLARS per annum to bs ! half yearly in advance. No paper discontin till ttr arrearage art paid. o subscription received for a less period than norths. All communications or letters on neu relating to the ofTice, to insure attention, be POST f All). r. H. THOMPSON, Fn1iionalIc JOOT AND S1IOK MAKKIt, MaKin Stkit, Kvnevav, IHANKFITL fr pat favor, begt Icav loin form h a friend and the public generally, that hat juft returned from the city wiih new and linnnliln lasts, an I a full sssnrtmcttt of fifth! red, Bronte, Black Kid, and all other kinds Morocco for Gentlemen, Lailie and llhiMrrn's ir; and he assures all wbo may favor him wfth ir custom, that they may rely upon having theft ik done in the nnwl sulistantial and fashionable nner, and ai very low price, -le all".! has full assortment of low piired work...

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. — 20 February 1847

. Correspondence of tht Public Lsdgsr mon Washington. - Waminoto!, Feb. 13th, 1947. Mr. Ritchie expelled from the floor of the Sc vntrThe AVim from England Th Volunteer. The wnr instead of being wiped against (he rnemy le now very seriously going on in the Senste and House of Representatives. The Whole of yeeterday wit spent in the Senate in discussing the propriety pf expelling the repor ton of Mr. Ritchie tod the venerable editor to toot The session lasted til! past 6 o'clock to the afternoon. Senators in the fight actually forfeiting tbe cravings of their stomschs, and the membere of the House, instead of do;ng any tuaine, coming info the lobby of the Senate tt see the fun. The acene was truly magnifi cent a struggle between Mr. Turney and John C. Calhoun, with Judge Duller coming to the rescue of the laitpr to prevent the cham p'on of "the balance of power pirty,"aa Mr. Turney called him, from soiling bia own glit tering weapon in the conflict Turney ia a Cii'i fellow, with quit...

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. — 20 February 1847

Correspondence of Phil. Ledger. LeglaUilr Proeeeillstfje. Harrkbukg, Feb. 13, 1817. I ihi House, Mr. Haly (Judiciary) reported a bill relating to deeds of partition and sheriff aleed. Mr. Kline (Bank) reported a bill to annual the charter of th Lehigh County Rank. (Thi bill take effect immediately, and pasted the Home this morning ) Mr. Knox (Judiciary) reported a bill relative to action concerning real estate ; alto a bill con. cerning tenants in common. (This bill provide that in case where any mine, hill, or bank or land containing coal or iron ore, mine or mine rait, hare been or shall be held by two or mora persons as tenants in common, and where any of the above minerals have been or shall be taken from the same by one or more of said tenants in common, it shall be lawful for one of the said tenants in common to apply to the Court of Com mon Pleas of the proper county, praying for an account of the said minerals so taken by said te nants, and gives th Court of Common Pleas in ...

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. — 20 February 1847

' aesls4a ml Dr. Nlt wf TJnUvt Csllege. Oej in evening preceding Thankagivinfr, not many jeare ago, two students led tlio college, with The most okI intent of procuring some of the Dolor's fine, fat chickens, that roueted in a free adjoining bia house. When they arrived at tbe spot, one ascended the tree, while the o thor stood with the bsg, ready to receive the plunder. It ao happened that the Doctor him fir had just left hia liouso, with the View of e curiof the eame chickens for hia thanksgiving dinner. The rogue undor the tree hearing mine one approaching, immediately creeped a way, without notifying hia companion among the branches. ,' The doctor came up silently, and waa immediately saluted from above aa fol Imve: 'Are yon ready' 'Yea,' responded the D.ictor, dissembling his voice aa much na possi bio. The other Immediately laying hands en the Id rooster exclaimed 'Here's old Prex, will vim have him.7' 'Pses him sloop,' waa the re. ply, and he waa aoon in the Doctor' bag. 'Her...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 February 1847

TERMS OF THE AMERICA'." H. B. MA88ER, 1 ' JOSEPH EI8ELY. ? PcatisntsRS inn PnoraiSTons. ' - It. BJSSEH, JKMor, OJJtce in.CtntiAikyTin the rear of H. Mas , , ser's Store. THE AMGftlCANli puiillsned em; Satnr usy at TWO DOLLARS per annum to lie paicl half ysnrly in advance. No paper discontin uetl till Alt arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a less period than mi mouth. All communications or letters on biwincii relating loth office, to insure attention, tnust bo POST PAID. - W. H. THOMPSON, Fash ion a hi c BOOT AND S1IOK .MAKp, MnKn SrnufcT, Hcnaunv, THANKFUL Tor past favor, beg leave to in form h e friends anil the public generally, that he haa just returned from tlio city with new and fashinnalde I iste, an I a full tssortmrnl of Light col. ire J, Bronze, Black Kid, and all other kinds of Morocco for Uclitletncn. Ladies and Uhih'ren's wear; and he assure all who may favor him with their custom, th it they may rely upon bavins; iheir w.iik done in the mml substantial an...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 February 1847

..LI .1- -I I - - I- Corrpndence of Phila. Ledger t.aglalaill PraceedlBRS. , . Iluiimi'ia, Feb. SO, 1817. IToi-sb SHU Pned . A bill to provide a iumt damage from the gun cotton. A fin ther supplement to tha act, entitled 'An art to Incorporate the Pennsylvania Railroad Company,' passed April thirteenth, on thousand eght hundred and forty-six. Upon the Anal passage of the above, there were, yas 47, naya 37, A bill to provide for the expenses of govern ment, the repairs of the public works, he., com suwsily called the General Appropriation bill : fr the Governor's salary, 93,000 Secretary ol lb Commonwealth, '. I COO " as Common School Superintend'!, 500 Deputy Secretary, Auditor Geneial, Surveyor " Attorney Adjutant Stat Treasurer, Clerks of State Deportment, " Auditor's Office, " State Treasurer, " Serveyer General, State Librarian, Contingent expenses Executive, fltate and School Departments, Con'g't expenses Auditor General's of fice, Cnn'g't expenses State Treasurer's office " " ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 February 1847

may be speedily brought to a ieni f juitice, and be compelled to conclude an honorable peace. Resolved, That we regard Francis R. Shunk, our present worthy Governor, as an able states man, and eminently honest man, whose sole ob ject in administering the affairs of our state is. the honor anJ welfare of the Commonwealth and the prosperity of his fellow citizens. As we highly approve of the policy he has pursued, we instruct our Senatorial as well as Representative Delegate to the 4th of March Convention, to vote for, and use every honorable means to obtain his nomination, as our candidate for Governor in said Convention. On motion, the proceedings be published in all the democratic papers in the.county. HaRRmuaa, Feb. 22, 6 o'clock. The Governor has nominated Wm D KeMey, of Philadelphia, aa an Associate Judge, in the room of J. Richter Jones, whose term is about expi ring. The Native American Convention nominated Manuel C. Reigert as the candidate for Governor and Robert II. Morton ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 February 1847

The Beaton "tlMiftr." Thii EiJtttNewb Lotter'coni"pl!(?'th JW xw'mg interesting statistics from a recently published volume ol biographical notes, relating individuals taxed in Boston, and reported to br worth nne bund rod thousand dollar and op wards. ' Wo make few eitracts wliietr will iiu.Tcst the rendert ' " f r. - ' 'Petof C. Drooka is considered to bo fho wealthiest man in New England. ' In tbo pam phlet before iia liia property is estimated at t0. IH)0,(X)0. Ilia income, sceordinir that valuation i- nearly a thousand dollar a day. Mr. Brooks' was a native of North VsrotoMh, Me. His w ife wa a 'daiiff htcr of Nathaniel Gorhsm.of Clnirlestown, Mass. He ia large owner of real estate, and will not allow any of his premi ses to be occupied for grog sellintj purpose. Ilti resides at Mndford . during the summer months. Hia sons are Edward, n lawyer, Peter C jr., a merchant ; and the wivceof President Everett, the Rev. Dr. tVuthinghem, and the I Ion. Charles F. Adams, only son of the...

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