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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 April 1847

J 1 1,00 J, 00 1,00 60 25 TERMS OF TUB AMERICA." H. 11. MAH8ER, ) Pcausataa ass JOSEPH EISEI.Y. fPaorsi arose. Jf. J?. MJSSBH, Edit0r, fjfict in Venire jffeylnthe rear of It. Mat ter't Start.) THE AMERICAN" if published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS par annum to he paid hlf yearly in advsnc. No apar discontin ued till ail arrearages ara paid. No subscriptions received for a leit period than six mouths. All.communications or lettera on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. Vf H. THO BXPS ON, Fnsliionahle JIOOT AND SHOE MAKER, Masks Stsbst, Scwacar, PTV.HANKFUL for pact favors, begs lfae to in- 4. form hie friends and the public generally, that lie hie just returned from the city with new and fudiionahl latin, and a full assortment of Light snivel, Bronte, Black Kid, and alt other kinds of Morocco for Gentlemen, Ladies and Uhihlren'e 'Wear; mi h assures all who may favor him with their csistaea, that they rosy rely upon having their uric done m the ...

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. — 10 April 1847

From (hh Washington Union. TftRT ISTRTI MOM BOTH Despatche from Gen. Tyloc Th) g rext lo of tho Mexican Army Lor th Ameri cansAgue. Noeva again occupy by our Trwp--RetrT'at, 8tarvatien, Desertion and liiffsnititron oT 9b rt Anna' army. Gen. Taylor' letters confirm tl. brilliant victor linli was. won by our arm at Buene is. Tho lo ut i ha enemy by battle it. Ice lli A wa originally reports, though it ia heavy inJeed. Our own loss i considerably less, tiioiii'h it comprises romeofthe beet and bravest men of our station army, made up, aa it was, mostly of volunteer, to operating w t;li some nf the finest regular troop in the world. Out the 1 ssof the Mexican army by starvation, dew Hon, aoJ disorganisation is still more striking. Geo. TsyW three despatches are respective ly dated Feb. 24th, 23il, and March 1st. They state, in the General' usually laconic, modest, but expressive terms, the beginning, end, and "'iflieof the moat important results of this re markable battle. The moat impo...

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. — 10 April 1847

ever, old Bough and Rady gave the very pert! tient reply, that "he wis waiting for General Santa Anna to surrender." The Mexican return ed hastily to bis lines. This message proved to be a rureto ascertain where Gen. Taylor's posi tion was, for after the return of the Mexican of ficer to his own ranks the whole Mexican battery seemed to open upon Gin. Taylor's position, and the balls flew over and about him like hail. Ut terly indifferent to the perils of his situation, there sat the old rhief, on his conspicuous white horse, peering through his spy glass at the long lines of Mexican troops that he seen at a great distance on the march. The persuasion of his aids could not induce him to abandon his favora ble point for observation, nor give up his old white hors. To the suggestion of his staff that old wbitey was rather too conspicuous a char ger for the commander, he replied "that the old fellow had missed the tun at Monterey, on ac count of a sore foot, and he was determined he sh...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 April 1847

Correapondeace of the Miners' Journal. VHBOAYAS0 BRtm RAILROAD. . Psm.o., March 83d, 184? B. Banna) Esq. Of or &r The Central Rail-road concern, notwithstanding the rcfuul of I ho Legislature to legal ite the City luoscription have determined to organize their Company, and have nominated Samuel V. Merrick, M their Pre sident. Thii nomination it probably the wisest not that haa yet been exhibited to the public, but when he looka at the riifficultiea to be encoun tered, the money to be raited and expended, and then at the opposition to be met at the terminut be will probably exhibit the wisdom for which he it credited, by declining the honor To an en lightened community who are actuated by a lib eral spirit of enterpriie, the tervice, although labor iout, would retult both profitably and hon orablybut when he become! the leader of a party ignorant of the facta, and inspired only by impulse and a spirit of rivalry, it will not be dif ficult to foretell the consequence that follow. ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 17 April 1847

TERMS OF TI I R AM En I C AV" 11. B. M ASSER, I rcs"iisa,iR ai JOSEPH eiSEI.Y. S Poritoiis. M. B. JHJISSKH, editor. Qjjitein Centre Alley, in the rear nf If. Mae tr More. THE ' AM &"RlCAiV,rSi published every Salnr day at TWO DOLLARS per itnnum to be fiatil half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till ait arrearaires are paid. No subscription received for tea period than tx oth. All communication or letter on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be TOST PAID. W. XX. THOMPSON, iasiiioiiniie BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, MKn STMtRT, 8vnaitMT, r"I.HANKFPL for part favor, bee leave lo in m. form h i friend and the public generally, (hat be ha just returned from the city with new and fashionable lasts, an t a full aaeortmentnfI.ia.hl colored, Bronxe, Dlack Kid, and a!l other kind of Morocco for Gentlemen, I.adiea and I'hiMren's wear; and he assures all who mf M"or him with their cuxtoin, that I hoy may rely ir.in having their w.nk done in the nvst substantial and ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 17 April 1847

From Ihe Phi la Ledger, 13th inst. olohiovi unusi IVIna Ir Later from Tarn Crux. O'pilulvlinn of the Vitif nrf Ctfjie Sue render of Ihe Garrison I Arrival of the rrincetnn at Pensacols, wiih Commodore Connor -Five Genera's, Three Hundred and Thirty Officers and Four Thou anud Mn Prisoners The American Flag Filiating; over the City ami Csetlo America u Loss only S xty five in Killed and Wounded Remil.e ol Gen. Ln Vege with Sx Thou sand Mexicans, by Harm y's Ufa goon Ter rible Slaughter! We received by special enA extrsordlnary ex ' press from the South, on Saturday morning, the iinnortant intelligence from Vera Crut, which it announced below. Tke swain Tart, the rspiluta r n of Vera Crus ami tha Castls to our army, tret' rted in all of our regular edition not yet ktuirk orTat the hour of its arrival, and the grati fying intelligence was aoon spread throughout the whole city. Full particulars, as below, were mean-while put in type and afterwards is , sm-d in ar. Extra. The excitement ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 17 April 1847

THE AMERICAN. Saturday, April 17, 1847. 1. it. I'.tWnKlt. Eta., at kin Kent K late anil Coat OfKce, earner ofil'l swirl Chrtnut Street; fMlaitelthm, mt hit itftle .?. (Oil Street, ,X IVrrV, S. K. Cmriter Hal. tlmare and Culvert it., ttaltlmitrr, mml.Wt 111 State Street, Rim ft. In authitrlteH Im act n .IteiU, atul recetfit lor all mnnlt due tM$ ofltee, for tubmcrliition or ailrrrttntng, K. W. C.Mlli, rornrr of Third and Dock Street, Sun nnifJingl, nppnuile Mirchanls' Exchange, Vliiludt lphia, u also authorisvd In art a our Agent. Democratic Xominatious. FOR GOVERNOR, FRANCIS It. S II IT IV K, FOR CAKAL COMMISSIONER, MORRIS LONliSTRETH, Of Montgomery County. tT7" We are indebted to the Philadelphia Led ger for an early copy ol the newi. The enterpri sing proprietor! of that paper ran a horie ex pieci ISO miles, and brought in the newt 21 liouis in advance of the mail, and in advance of all competition. We are also indebted to the HarrUburg Union for an early flip of the tame newt. 07...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 17 April 1847

From the Barton Oliv Branch. 1 lataeestlwC ru. BT D. V COLES WORTH V. Tbcr tTt kiods of rcfcUblra on which twin will feed ; 171 kind tbey will not touch A horse will feed on 262 kind of gras and re 'ct 312. A cow will feed on 070 kind and re-j-rt 120. Ilaller, who collected a pre.! number of e ample of longevity, fcmmJ more than 1'KW who had lived from 100 to 110 ; CO from 110 to 120, 20 from 120 to 130 ;' 15 from 130 to 140 1 6 from 140 to 100 and one. lived to the remark able aire of 109 year. In 1785 Troy, N. V., contained bttt 1 dwel- lings and 18 inhabitant. Now it contain about 6ne)iarter a many people aa Bonn. The population of England, Scotland ard Wale in 1700, waa 6,523,000. In 1750.7. K70.fX0. In 1800, 11,314.138. In England in 1302. ther were 1,553.392 house. In Scot land, 391,090 houae. In Vle, 111,564 he use. There ar 100,000 Roman Ca'.holica, and 20, 000 Jews in London. At Berlin, the longest day haa IfiJ hour, at Hamburg, 1?; at Stockholm, 18J ; at Si. Peter bur, 10;...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 April 1847

TERJMS OF THE AM ERICA 1W H. B. MASSKR, . j PvstttatM sue JOSEPH EI8ELY. J Paoraiaxea. f. It. Kditsr. QJict in Centre 4Hty, in the rear of tt. Hat -, ., , "mt'j Jforc. '" o ; . THE" AM EWCAN" is published every ftttor Jty tt TWO DOLLARS per unnm loin paid half yearly in advance., No paper diecontio wed till itt arrearage are palj. - No subscription received for a lee period thin tlx oiTn. All communications or letters en business relating to the offiae, le insnr attention, nrth POST PAID. XT. nTH O ilttP rS 1 0 N, . . . . FaMiionable n BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, ' . Minxa Hraair, fltrai-ar, THANKFUL for pit favors, begs leave to in form h i friend and the public generally, that be hat Just returned from the city with new and fahionahle last, and a full assortment of Light col wd, Bronte, Black Kid, and all other kind tif Morocco for Genilemrn, Ladiee and Children's wear ; and he eirarea all who may fsvor him with their custom, thai Ibey may rely upon having their w.iik done in the mwi sub...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 April 1847

tj i j- ta n a i.i. i;v (From tii N. 0. Picsyun, April 9 L4r&Il FROM, VKUA VltUZ.. .,! ? The ship Alhambra, Capt. Wilton, and tin atiemthlp Alabama, Capt. Wright, arrived yes terday from Vara Crux. .The former tailed on Hi f 1st imt. dirtct, while the A la bum a left on on ih 31t ult. and touched at Tampico and the Brazos. ' ' An expedition left Vera Cruz on 3ltt ult , for Alverudu, the land forces consisting of Gen. Quit iri.iti'a brigade, with a battery of lixht artillery t the naval force consisting of the steam frigate Mississippi, the Potomac, tloopofwar St. Ma i y's, steamer Vixen, Spitfire, and Water Witch, the brig Porpoiae, one bomb ketch and five gun boats. - t -. Another expedition, under Gen. Twiggs, star ted tame morning lor the National Bridge, a trnngly fortified place about two day 't march from Vera Crux, on the Jalapa road. Gen. Worth wat engaged establishing the Go- ernmciit of Vera Cruz and rattle. ; It is impossible to get at the lost of the Mean ram by the ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 April 1847

Sei.or AlMttlt rojpnaliior. U lU.iUo, The term jilted. Ly Senor AA.'in' his letter to Rejv-n.ne'thVpropoaitions of tho Uni- i. u nmn id niexwo in oMslir a pen 6", rc found in 4!ia Diario del Uobirrno.or Mexico, copied irnm a paper or Uusdalafara, without word of dissent. . They are b follows;: a commiBKioi ahall be named to arrange the conditions. This commission shall be con.po8l ''wrs. Benton and IJitchsnsn and tine mmn cr of Congress of the opposition,' and two Mex icho commissioners. Tho commission shall as temble wherever the . government of Mexico my appoint. " . ; Tlie United States demand the parallel of 2(1 leg. ut latitude from the Gulf of Mexico to the Pacific, as the dividing line. i ; The United States will pay fifteen millions t dollars in cash for the territory occupied, so- cinnly engaging not to exact or claim any ex Knsea of the war. Tlicne expenses are eati nnted at about thirteen millions ; consequently he United State consider that they would pay wenty-eight mil...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 April 1847

IfeeieTwtiem ertka Petase, A iwt that will lkl jrodue mort than ne hsrorfreti and fifty bueheli ta the acre, la Dot worth the farmer'a attention, much lew if Irte In a diseased etatej aod, In my opinion, the old potato la not worth redemption from diaeae, ven If it Could b effected. Tim world, I con ceive, la in immadiata want of new- varieties; new, in their origin from the eeedj neas, in quality and productiveness. Such potatoea hive been produced, and ara In advance of tha old crop In every Important particular.. Tb.y are cultivated by aeveriil persons io Europe; aa well aa in thie country. A gentleman In Ger many, near Hamburg, says that he has practiced raMnf potatoea from the aeed for fifteen years, and haa obtained splendid varieties whicb are not attacked by the disease. I have practiced the note method for aeveo year, and A nose, by my own experimeota and observation, that ll le the true course to pun ue. I am now making preparation for the cul. ture ol about thirty acrea t...

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

TERMS OPJWRAJrenICA!f , JOSEPH EISELY. ri,MTOII. M. M JMMBM, Mouse. QJiet in CentnTAtiey, in the rear of It. Mat ter's Store.) THE AMfiRfiTANlsTubllsTied every 8,tor dsy tt TWO, DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till m arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for t last period than it hosts. All communicationa or letters on business relating to the office, to inaara attention, mat be POST PAID. WATCHES t rat "Philadelphia Welch and Jewelry Store," No. 98 North 8 BOUND street, corner of Quarry. GOLD Later Watchet.full jewelled, 18 caral eat", 45 00 Silver Lever Watchca, full ' jewelled, S3 00 Silver I .ever Watches, m- ven jewels, 18 00 Silver triune Welches, jewelled, finaat quality, 14 00 Superior Qosrlier Watchea, 10 00 Imitation Qusrtier Welches, not warranted, ft 00 Gold Spectacle, 8 00 Fine Silver &pt-ctcle, 1 79 Oold Brae, let with topes stone, t 50 Ladies' Gold Pencil. 16 rarata, t 00 Gold Fmeer Kmge 37 J cu to 19 ; Watch Gl...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 1 May 1847

I. Urn from .Mexico. I - - 1 l .' J . . . . I 1 - " lit rnoM CAktronnu. - . - amen, uaer command of Captain' 7oilin, of I D'f 0 ;S1 aJ Genet at Ktrrf y the marine cor)s, came from the ehips Congreea yioundfl-'Cdplains fljoort Johmon and 1 and Hojtsriiutiih to our assistance; and with tAtvi. Htmmond Kilud. I this elTi'irnt force we marched into Ssn Diego I Theslnepof war Dais, Commander W. V. witln.nt molestation. 'Tin.' distance wis thirty Keani lert Monterey on the 29th of January , fur tuiles, v h.cli we made in two days' easy march. I'.innma, to land her Commander whose health , requites his return. Despstehel for our Govern, I nmnt from Com. Stockton came by her, in c harge r.1 r ini.l A f !.. ' " . ... " ... . .... .. . r , ,, ,. , , General Kearney deserves tbe greatest praise fr bravery and his perseverance in prosecuting Ms iluty under great difficulties. After success f illy conquering New Mexico, he started for ward, with about 1000 troops, for California. An officer from ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 1 May 1847

... ; jft oVSt ... , Long years have passe d since Inst wo mot, r. On a blmy summer night . t ;. , Withsitver dew onf peth was wet, "' As it ahone in tlie nioon's put light. , Tut brighter far in thy darfc ey k 1 " Thfl light of lore was gleamfii, And oo tliose lips of coral dye. . A heavenly smile wai beaming. . -. -Otir lips met In a thrilling k"ts; ' ? Our bearta in a fond embrace; V ... Tears, half of sorrow, ball of bliss - Courted o'er thy pale, aweet facei Mary, till then I never know, How deep was that love of thine Nor feared I that 't was not aa trua ' As the stars that o'er thee shine.5 I thought we loved each other well, J'' . Nor deemed that it would not last ; ' Thine altered tmil too plainly tell, It has pass'd forever pass'd. A New Planet. Pro'cseor Pierce, of Harv ard University, in a letter to the Boston Courier, reya: ''Whatever may be shown to be the runs and orbit of Neptune, I am prepared to publish the corresponding elements and masa of another planet, (nhould...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 1 May 1847

From (ht Metatnora Fief. fit Awaa'a A41ra M bU Army mi Ba mm Vlsin, '&Mier,H said he, "our country hat furnished nt no eopptiee ; fortunately, the eoemy hav then) in advance, and rest assured we have only to go and take them; this la your last ration ; oar next meal wilt be Id tht enemy camp." Greaeere, whom t've often led, Greater, with whom I've often Ced, Greater, whom I'v never fed, Coma and dint wi ma. " Now' the tima and row's the hoar, 8m the front of pork barrel lower, Soon we'll hate them in our power, ' On Buena Viata'a lea. ' By Palo Alto' bloody plain, ' By Reiaca'a gory ataina, Wa will riik our jugular veine, . For bean and victory. Who but feela himself a knave, ' We each can fill a coward'a giave, Let each hi baton try to ave, To feed hi chivalry.' W fight for "grub" and not for fame, Gambler at way play "grab game," But the great cock-fighter being lame, Will itay behind tha aprae. Then onward to tha hungry fray, Pork and Mfrijo'ea" upon tba day, But ah! tha cowa...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 8 May 1847

TERAU OF THIC AMnilvV , JOSEPH EWE I. Y. PuntntH. W. B. aJMBn, Mttmr. 40Scc.n Ceswr , irTihTrear cf II. Mat- f ..; , ttr't Start.) ,'.),- , - . ' ,THE AM ERIC A Nnlbiised every Satur day tt TWO DOLLARS per annum tob paid half yearly to advance. No paper diacontin tie J till all arrearages in ptM. - No subscription received for a less period than in MosTaa. All communications or letter on business relating to the office, to insure attention. iut be POST PAID. BATCHES fcJBWBLR?. IT Til "Philadelphia Watch and Jewelry Stare," No. t Njrtb SECOND rceet, corner of Quarry. GOLD Lew Wtches,full jewelled, 18 csral cases, 45 00 Silver Lever Watches, full jewelled. Silver Lever Watches, en jewsls, Waifhts, jewelled, finest S3 00 18 00 Silver l.epms quality, Superior Qusrlier Watches, Imitation Q tinnier Wstches.not warranted, Wold Pprrtariet, Kine8iler Ppectaele", 4Jjd Brae, lets will) topaz stones, Ladies' Gold PrncW, 10 carats. 14 00 10 00 i on 8 00 1 75 9 60 2 00 tiuld Finaer K rig 37 eta t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 8 May 1847

ri I'nTiiBirfE TrminiT'n" Cormporidenco of tho Phil. Ledger, ritoii -bjbxioo. Departure of Pillow I Brigade Dxtkargi cf Disable Volunteer! Oli SolJiet" Tht March to Jalapa. . Camp Waihirqtom, hear Vera Cues ) April 0, 1647. f Gen. Tillow't Brigade, including the two IVousylvtnit Regiments, truck Iheir loot itel evening tnd will march toward Jtlnpa this morning. Tht brigade of Gen. Twipga ttartod yettrrdty. Th) whole of Gon. Patterson D. vision will participate in the movement to day, and the whole army, excepting lit aick and the troops left to garnton the city, will toon be on the arch in -the direction indicated. Wo have many rumor aa to the reception we hall merit with at Jalapa, and our entertain input upon tbo rond. The important but con dieting "extrta" havo been iatiued within the lilt twenty-four boura, one ttating that Santa Annawaton hit way to Jalapa with 15,000 choice troops, and the other that the Iowa and province named had declared ila independence of Mexico and actua...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 8 May 1847

Mexican Heme. . With reapoct to tha proepoct of peace, cor respondent of Im Patrin in the city of Mexico eayi: Santa Anna r-ayi there ehall never be pcaeo Belong- n there is one American in Meii co. But Santa Anna k, in troth, moat deal rout ol all other pereone for peace, and will be the first to recommend it, when it it aa(e to do ao. The Picaone aajra.' We aaw a private let ter from a very intelligent officer at Vera Crux, dated the 10th Intl., in which he eaya that aeve ralofthe Statea of the Mexican confederacy kive denounced the war with the United States, ad threatened to sec ode unless peace ahould be made. Many Mexicans predicted a price within thirty day, bat our correspondent puts little faith in auguries ao favorable. lie thinks the great difficulty in the way of a peace ia the fact that he dare not nke a treaty. General quietude prevailed at the last ac count; the people of Saltillo and Monterey had returned to their business, and seemed aa tiefied with the powers that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 8 May 1847

I of, fining XUPotM Rot-aM r . -I..-. : rk-.,..9-T.b.,w.lb. New York Club mi adjourn. meeting Judfo Van. W.ch in ,.h,ir, and a fair attendance o- .h..f.n.l.tiona from ths French we wl,.ro that M. Hardy. "'""'T eat.;., .i.t.a .h.Mie flowering of ,,,-iof Alger.n, tate. that i'j.Kx.ia ia lhat region is cn rB it k. ha in the no"" ss in P.ri. H "J- h" ,B T .n?K.. .bout wo arfrrwuV.T-- f" .1 .t acen their fruit. anil 0 bout ouu uwn w.' hss not yot teen their jna young- . . Tk nuneeiee Will 0 ' latfrouin. --- in this .nnn ninety to one T m, U,. The culture o. " . ,. , ,, pl.ee continue fc L Cult.Eeq.ol rewarded aa "'"e'J Subject of Cm. A letter paired fof fc fr,f "yt Uolderneee breed, which lieaaya; y to thirty quarts of milk for take the yeir Qut if mi, ia win,e(j rivefc uc of the producer, take the Al 3(which give eight or teu quart of milk thin the cretin we are in the habit of ying in this city. For general purpose, he as inclined to think that the Aldcrney, thia ids of the Alleeony Mo...

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