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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 May 1847

TERMS OF THK " AMERICA W H. B. MA8SER, Ptretisotat s JOSEPH EISELY. $ PaoraieT. ,-;.,; ,,: AT., M JBJtSSKH, KAttmr. -i OJfat in Ctntri'Aitey, iniht rear of ifc Mo .. iV.. . .. -..f , er' Store. . r ' ... ?' : THE AMETftfCATs pubTTshed every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS ni annum to b ald betf yearly lit advance. No paper diecontln ued till all arrearages ere feU. No subscriptions received for leaa period than aiv BOKTaf. All eommunicationa pr lettera oo business relating to the office, to iniure attention, must ba POST PAID. WATCHES JEWELRY, o-t K AT TBB . , ' ' Philadelphia HVfcA and Jewelry Store,''. N, 96 North SECOND street, corner of Quarry. GOLD Lever Watches, full jewelled, 18 carat esses, f 45 00 fetter Lever Watches, full jewelled, SilVer J.ever Watches, e- t van jewels, . ' . Watch., jewelled, fined S3 00 19 00 SHIM BUB.Y AMEMtAN. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Absolute acquiescence In the decisions of the majority, the vital principle of Republics, from which there t no appeal bat to f...

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. — 15 May 1847

KK OltEAT BATTI.K OF CCRltU OOn W. , .. . Pwrtlcnlers far ReelTe. American turn In Killed end" WoondVd-lnv mens. I.os ot Meiicane Their pursuis to Jslapa Qnnoral Twrgg Encamp withib Three Mile of Jala pa Letter from our owe Correspondent The Pennylrnine. .- i" Wegalhef from the Icttr of the Ledger correspondent snd from the New Orleans Uulla mid Picayune of the 1st insl ell tb particular yt received of the bsttl of CM Gordo,' In which General Scott totally defeated Santa Anns, and captured nearly a hall of army. Vhe correspondent o the I'iceyune, writing on the 10th, two 2nya before the general battle, iriveethu following eccoitntof the Mexican de fences : ' The Mexican, under Santa Anna, arc occu pying a chain of works along the road, the t par rel of which ia about a mile and a quarter from Gen. Scott headquarter in t direct line. The road this aide is cut up and barricaded, and ev ry possible mean of defence and annoyonce ha ben reeorted to. Beyond the first work there are three ...

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. — 15 May 1847

Highly latersstlng CerreapoarUare. We U bo treat pleasure tit laying before our Yeadcre the follow mp correspondence between Goernor Snvni, the Chief Magistrate of Peon eylvania, and General Zaoiiaht Tat lob., the brave vicior, who baa apbeld the honor of hia country in many battle fields i ' F.xkcvtivi CiAMnrm ' J HarrisUirjr, Pa., Jan. 19th, 1847. Sra : ? hae tbe honor to transmit, herewith, ctfflr of rctaiMiendtt'mt to yoo the thank of theVsencral Asuibly of this Commonwealth, fof tHi prudence, ski.M' nd bravery, with which hv conducted the ev P'?n aatnet Megf co; act kiwi, e"e9iinr the 'e of that body, of the suffering?, ??ryice and wmim of the ifficeri and men of the L'.'ited Stain rmf in Mexico, volunteer aa well as fffutars,1 ''d it tender of hearty thanks fur their gallant 6153 p's' triotie conduct. 'These resolution speak the sentiments, snd express the feelings of the freemen of Penn--sylvania . and I esure you I not only partici pate In these sentiments and feeling, but i...

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. — 15 May 1847

DIftTIUl1iflTakMeiMh, Ve1tt pit fait le ans one bfbovt rivA yearo or bettor ao, I tough t wooden4ay rim-from a Yankee pedltr, named Tom Jones, who used to travel thro' this country, trsppin'one at moat every house. 'Twee the ( one he had, and I cava him fifteen dollari f it. She was a perfect foer of a clock tnd thn ich a beauty.' ' Her little squatty, dampy tiur' dressed out in her painted eaae, jist filled y rye exactly to the ffnal'e heel. - I tot her on the mintle'a thelf, to at I iriijfbt allere tea he r. Her tittle' beiijiiliim ' would taring hack 's nit and forrede,. pipkin off the aeckina at a proper rata. Tharkht'd roll it pickin' away, 1y arterrftyeed week after woek, dead brnt tn keepin op with the ann, and determined that mry time peace in the aclllement ehoulJ git hliead of her. She'd dif thread at the houra, T:t'Rr ttnppin,' to ktlcb breath, tat jest fir in away in admirable etyle. Pd wind bar op or n,'hr, and then po to bed, putin' every confl 1. nee in her, and beta'...

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. — 22 May 1847

TERMS Qf rilE " AMERICAS" H. B. MA83ER. . JOSEPH ElSEI.Y. 7 rIUMIII AM , S PneBUTOBB. tt. B. aVafMCA, matter. Office in Centre 'AlfeyTiii"tirm- of B. Mu j fer'i Store.) THE m AMfilTCft NSprutad every Sstor v st TWO DOLLARS Jsr annum to b paid half yearly in advance. Wo paper discontin ued till all errearsgee are paid. -KAvtVscription receivsd for lea period thao aix mosts. All commtHucations or lettera on buaineaa relating to the office, to insure attention, nml be P08T PAID. "WATCHES JE WELfcY, AT TBB "Phifoieluhin Watch and Jewelry Store," No. 96 Worth SKC'OO a:reet, corner of Quarry. COLD Lfver Welches, full jewelled, la cl Cises, f 45 00 Silver Lever W.tchis, full jewelled. Silver Lever Wstchss, - van jnwdi, Wtch , jewelled, (inert S3 00 18 00 Silver Leuwe quality. ' 14 00 Superior (juarlier Watchea, 10 00 Imitation Qusrtier Welches, not warranted, 5 00 Gold 8peetarle, 8 00 Fine Silver 8fect.le, 175 Gold Drac let with topaz a'onea, 2 50 Ladies' Gold Pencils, 16 rarata, 3 00 Gold...

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. — 22 May 1847

Fuon VCRt CRCE. ttipfirinnt Decree passed by the Mexican Con gres Any Treaty of Peace witfithe United Htafea pronounced Nulli.'y, awl all that a ?ree lu it Trailers Mediation offered by the HritiHi Minister Citizens stupificd at the Defeat of Santa Anna Hit Demand for ' Reinforcements unheeded Wagon Trains . and a Detachment of Sick TrocirCut Off' ( Rumored Revolution at the Capital' eeaiMi Santo Anna Mexican Account of the Battle of Cerro Gordo Gen. Sale raising Guerilla Corp. ' FaxntatcKssueo, Va., May 13. T transmit the following additional Mexican intelligence contained in tbe ' New Orleans pa per ofthe Ofhliut! Upon the receipt ol the new of the defeat a1 Cerro Gordo, the Mexican Congress held an ex-j-raordiatry acasion, at which a decree was pas tel, dictating to all Mexicans the importance of carrying an the war, and defending the national ity of the Republic. It also prohibit the Exe cutive from making peace with the United Statea or concluding negotiation with fureige. powe...

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. — 22 May 1847

aWAaas. . THE AMERICAN. jerdaw, .Was; 81, 1847. ,, t ate and -Oh -OTrr, fH ChtMtut ffrnh, Ttrtltrarlphta. ? ". IB" .Mun r-t,VK. ttwA, A ' St mte Street, Hmm, Uttutkii:d ewl .f sre, ewid rrtrtf fur all mem,'f '' vffce, fr Awftavrtssttari W tutcertUJ' E. W.CARR, turner f Third mnJ Dork Slrerlg, Sun Riiihlincrt, ttppotito Merrh y Exchange, Philadelphia, ti?sr authorised. M net a our Ag'nt. Dfwotratle XomlnftWm rot OOVEBNOR, rnAiicis r. suiMi, rait can At coy vismonfr, MORRIS LOSUSTRETH, Of Montgomery County. VVhio N'o.mimatioss. For Governor, 3k. AMES IRVIX. For Canal Commiiiioner, JOSEPH C, PATTOX. (jMNtTOn Tne. A fresh supply of superior printing ink just received, and ,'ar sale at Phila delphia prices. K7" News raoin tin Amt. We have given p nearly all rttr apace, this week, for the news from the seat of war, whrch is more inteiesting e our reader Yheh any 't'h'ffif else. Gn. Scott ana' his efmy wa rapidly advancing towards Mexico, and is, no doubt, Vfore ih'n in possession of the "...

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. — 22 May 1847

Oen. Tafia tat Battle. Yv have til along looked for loree descrip ion of old faugh and Ready daring th erlti ol fight at Sueoa Vista, end are at laetfretifi i d to find H in ths following, which wai furni shed to Jbo Ciaowatti Chronicle Lieutenant Conine: "By way uf illustrating an im(iortant charac teristic of tion. Taylor, to wit, irttrmiimlion, I briefly relate a acme that occrrJ mi ttia bull ifmiind at Buena Vwta, during the action .l the 2iJ. At tha time when the fortunes l tteday aoemedf extremrljr problematicalwhen many of our side even despaired w wccvesold Rough and Ready, a he ia hot inaptly etyled, iaorrt you roust know, by the, bye, ia abort, tat, i nd dampy in person, with remarkably ahort J. gi look hie pnatt ion on a Cosmianding'hetght, 'Ttt1ool(in(f tbo two arnica. Wit wa about inrce or perhaps four o'clock in twe afternoon. The t-oeuiy, who had succeeded in gaining i aJvafitagooos position, made a Here charge ej ponour column, fend fought with a desperation that eee...

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. — 29 May 1847

.1 H: T --ill Pf a use ana A : Office in Centrflliey, in tk$ rear of ff. Ma i ,.. ter't Store.) , ,, i THE" AMERmXNTlibnaeWf8.tui day M TWO DOLLARS Mr annum to be pffd hf yearly 1 advance. No paper discontio ttea'tifl ktt, iiMriN are paid. ... Nosuhecriptibn received tor a lata period than en aoRTas. All communications ar letters on .busineas relating to tKa office, to Inswe attention, luafba POSTPAID. "WATCHES ( ' a til "Philadelphia Watoft vmf Jewelry Store No. 96 Jforth SECOND rreet, corner of Quarry. GOLD Later YVetobee,full jewelled, 18 carat caret, $ 46M Silver Lover Watcbta, rull " jewelled, Sitter Lever Watches, se S3 00 IS 00 ten jewels, colter Lepioe Wetcbts, jewelled, fineat qorfity, 14 00 ooperior "VlueMler Watche, 10 00 Imitation Quiff-Tier Watches, not warranted, 5 00 Gold Spectacle, , - 00 Fine Silver Spectacle, I 75 2ld Breci leta with topal stonta, t SO LaSaVGotd I'enC.U, IS carats, 3 00 . Gold Finiret Kings 87 eta to ft 8 t Weeh Glee era, plain, IS cis? aient, I8j;...

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. — 29 May 1847

LATtt PAOM Tft.t OftVZ AND T A in PICO. a - rhe Qiterilln War Commenced Cavalry In- etroctione 'fotlft front Ine American Pru - tonertDaltte o Verra Gordo, by u Aex- "' lean. , ' ' Now Orleant papers ef the 14th and IStb alt., - ringe lTr intelligence (torn Mexico. Th , following letter wt take from the New Orleant Timet. .M - Fom Tan Cirr or Mexico A letter hat been t eeeived in tbta eity from tht eity of Mexico. Medae late a the 30th of April. It it from an Influential source. ' All tbat we can letrn of its contents it that there it Isrge number of titi-r-nt of the etplttl, men of worth tnd tubttanee, who ere dpeided advocates of pesre. But their influence it utterly overborn by tho voices of -ibs noisier populace, tht military and political nirties, whoss cry it war. No one openly aden ines peace, though many yearn for it iV. O. IVc, 16n. Fom Vsaa. Csuz Tbe tcbooner Oella, Capt. Jl.im, arrived yetterday from Vera Crux, having ! ft early on the morning of the Cth inst the .'nmes L...

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. — 29 May 1847

Tfc Craps. The New York Journal of Commerce says A gentleman who has jiut returned from a tour through the State of New fork, Ohio, Indi ana and Illinois, informs ne that in the Northern part or Jht two latt mentioned State (particular ly irimoii,; fie fall-sown wheat ia a good deal winter-kitted i rk'f lh,t wi,n Ihis exception, the crop look well thrO',hout 'he whole region. He ia of opinion that the f.'P of Ohio and New York bill fair tabs as targ a 'a,t year. A no ther gentleman just arrived fron.' Wnoie, tell us that not only io the North, hut in UM Southern .part of the State, and in fact throughout tji - Slate, the wheat ie very much winter killed, ana 'h,t fin numerou caie the field have beeei re-sowi... the grain being limply harrowed in, s a not to deitroy the surviving part of the winter-sow. Our informant i of opinion that Illinois wilt not raise more wheat this year than will be rennired for the consumption of ber inhabitants. He bow ever says there will be ocean of Indi...

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. — 29 May 1847

Wkil tiOMItanti M"jof Noh liye ttbaj It appended bolow. IvVal will the ladies do with th fellow for be mt ao unj-sllant and naughty f Ucir him. Tho man who break hie back io bowing to ladywho welka in Uit mii that on of the Mer ewr. ma not who eubjecte himself to i.'e djnyer of death jn riding on the outeide of the coach iii the rain, to make room inside fpr a male who might conveniently ' wait for the I ipx vehicle-who meekly enduree wj af from (Hit upon him In obedience to eilly caprice who submits quietly to any WTong if it ia in flicted by a daughter of Eve la a gallant can ! According to popular prejudice. Very well A?ain. We don't believe a word of it. "Eve rybody, wale or female la entitled to courte ey and respect when they award them to other, but the notion of gallantry may be carried a little too far. A woman baa no right to demand the aacrifice of a be-creaturea comfort to her "wn, About a year ago a gentleman at one of the Philadelphia theatrea waa dragged into the trre...

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. — 5 June 1847

TKRMS Or THE ' AlHERtCATM." H. B. MA8SER, 7 Poftusnats a JOSEPH EISBLY. SPaar.,Teas. if. . MSasm toiler, VJ,ce in Ctniri 'Mey, inthe. rear of H. Mat ser't Store.) . THE AMEftlCAN" irPWh.Td mr; Satur day at TWO DOLLAR8 m inaom to be half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till ail arrearagea are paid. No subscriptions received for a less period than atx MoRTat. All communications or letters on business relatirvg to tha office, to Insure attention, mast bo POST PAID. AT tbs Philadelphia Watch and Jewelry Store," Ho. 96 North SECOND street, corner of Quarry. GOLD Lever Welches, full jewelled,! Ararat cap, $45 00 Silver Lever Watches, full jewelled, S3 00 8ilver lievrr Watches, se ven Jewels, 18 00 Bilver Leuina Watchri. swelled, finest quality, U 00 Superior Quartirr Watch, 10 00 Imitation Quartier Watches.not warranted, 5 00 Gold Spectacles, A 00 Fine Silver Spectscle, 1 7ft Gold Braci lets wilh topee slnnea, S SO Ladies' Gold Pencils, 18 cstats, 2 00 Gold Finger Kings 3JJ oU t...

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. — 5 June 1847

LAfRR PROM MKXICO. The New Orleans paper of tho 23d irretant, fnntnin intelligence from Vera Crus lo tha 15ih ultimo. The Eagle Complaint in set terms of the dull nese of Vera Crus end the exceaeive heat, which threatens to become yet more intense. Nothing 44 Mid of the health of the city. From the re y.irt of the proceedings of the eily council, we onrceive that our countrymen hive brought r id deal of American energy to the tk of cleansing the city, providing police, support ing schools and the like. Before we are done with Vera Crus, we hope it may become quite ii ml attractive and bcalthy city. Mr. Kendall, writing from Jalapa, eayt : We hsve no further news from the city of Mexico, yet an intelligent Spaniard iufortni me that the moot unparalleled distress prevails a mnng the poor clashes there. All the employers t the Government the secretaries, clerk, end nil who depended upon their salaries for sup. port are literally starving. They have recei ved no pay for months, and are ...

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. — 5 June 1847

A Gooo Sfttca Bait and to thi Purpose. Daniel Webster, recently, at Columbia S. C. College, received from the senior elm a brief and tasteful address. He made the following reply, hich is happy and to the purpose . Young Gentlemen of the South Carolina Col-lege.- I thank you for the manner in which you have been pleated to receive me, and for the re spect which you hare manifested. Yon are of the generation Which ia to come after in, and your judgment are to form pait of the opinion of poilerity in respect to those who are now ac tire in the scene of life. It will be happy for me, if the mature sentiments of your manhood ahall correspond with those thus expressed in your youth. My young friends, I may well congratulate you on your present. condition and your prospect. Yon are members of a flourishing institution. Tot enjoy the teaching; of a learned faculty, with a name at its head beloved in private life, highly distinguished in public life, arid which confer grace a well as useful...

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. — 5 June 1847

0 EISE & SON, rtlK MACKDOlfltl. ' Our reader arc aware tbat from tome dlfllcul iv, the tf. 3. frigate Macedonian one of tbe vet r 'a granted by Congree t carry provlalona to th starving poor of Ireland and Scotlandhat been de ttined for torn time et New. York. It w ill bo gratifying to the friend or the tofferert to learn, tbat more effective meaturea hive been km to bring about tbe Meet desired, end that tbe vrti wilt leave in a ehort time MA great country this,' truly; .While we are engaged In bloody warfare, tiving the world evidenr of our -termination to reaiet all encroarhrr.enta upon -ir right, we ate retelling a famishing people "nm the grave. The following lines, by Mrs. II ah, upon the tubject, are appropriate : Eo. A morning light on at or my aeaa, As etam through clouds of night, So give her banner to the breete, And spread her canvaii white, And fair will be tbe akic above, And i moot h the aeaa below, While with her armament of rove, She anil to meet the foe. On ! o...

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. — 12 June 1847

TERMS OF jmiJAMEIUCAN." H.B.MASSER, i FtiumiuM JOSEPH EfSEUr. 5 Fimimu, H. B. Kitttor. Vjfict in Ccntri'Meyin'tkfriar of It. Mas ser's Store.) - THE - AMRRfOA N" li published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annam tabs paid half yearly in advance. No paper disconlin tied till all arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a less period than tit noKTBt. All communications or tetters on buainesa relating; to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. . WATCHES JE WEL??. at ma uTh(tadvlpJtia Watch and Jetcetry Store," No. 96 North SEOON U e:rcet, corner of Quarry. COLD I.ever Watches, full jewelled, 1ft carat case, $ 45 00 8ilvcr Iver Wjtchea, full jewelled, 33 00 r .:r vn jewel. 18 00 Silver Lepine Watches, jewelled, finest quality, 14 00 Superior Uusrlirr Watches, 10 00 Imitation Quartier Watches, not warranted, 5 00 C old Spectacles, 8 00 tFine Silver fapectacle, 175 iiold Braei lets with topaz atonea, 2 50 Ladies' Gold Pencil, 16 carats, 2 00 Gold Finger Kings 37)...

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. — 12 June 1847

I'XIOM OF TIIU ATI.AMTIO A.D PACIFIC, View President Dillas ban written a letter in iicn.nmndtrvi of the project of uniting the Atlantic and" l'octlic ocean, t his itnra Mire of vaet interest tti th is country and to the commerce of the world, jw present a brief view f hi statements N. Y. TrurSun. It seem to be understood that one of the ob jects at which the government will aim, in no foliating a peace with Mexico, will be the pur chase of so much Mexican territory on the Sou Hiern boundaries of that country as will enable ii to unite by canal or railway the Atlantic to the Pacific ocean acroM the lethmu of Trim antrpec. The reader will perceive that thin k not the narrowe' rtrip of land joinini the two oceans, ami that the distance across Darien or Panama is ninch leas. Tchttanlcprc liar, however, the advantage in point of elevation. Five rout.' for uniting the two oceans have IWn surveyed 1. By the ilhmuof Panama. By tho itnmiis of Psricn. 9. By the lake of iViearasrtia. 4. By th...

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. — 12 June 1847

Pannsylvanla Regiment. Our thank. Pennsylvanian are due to the elitor of the New Orleani Picayune, for the fol lowing defence of the TemuyWonia Regiment, engaged in the battle of Sierra Gorda : "We learn from the American Stnr, published at Xalapa, that a part of the Firtt, and the whole of the Second Eegimenta of Pennsylvania Vo lunteer will remaiaat Xalapa, and with the 3d Artillery, form the garrison of that town nnder Lieut. Col. Child. We have read with pain to day in the Charleston Courier, a letter contai ning gross imputationa upon the courage evinced by the Penneylvaniana in the action of Sierra 4orda. It ia the firtt whisper of such a charge that hat reached u, and opposed by all that we have before heard of the battle. We applied at one to a gallant field officer who watin the tame alivitien with the Pennsylvanians, and himself in the thickest of the fight. He unhesitatingly dis countenanced the report. Ho represented the Pennsylvanians, officers and men, as eager fur the...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 June 1847

JU Ji.!"0 CllllOfS) AfJlCVDOTlfl. In 1747, man was broken alive on the wheel i Now Oilcans, lor highway robbery ; and n t hiving friends to bury hid body, when the xt'culiow.r concluded he was dead, he pave - in to a surgeon, who had him carried to hia mtnmtcal theatre, fts subject to lecture on. i'tie thighs, legs, and arms of this unhappy r..foti hnd been broken, yet on the surgeons inning to maminc him, he found him surviving tut hy prnpor application of proper cordiota, he brought to hia speech. The aurpeon mil hit) pupil, moved by the euflerinpaand sol e tu lions of the robber, determined on attempt iiij; ti i4 cure; hut he waa eo mangled that hia ' vii thighs and one of his anna were amputated. Notwithstanding this mutilation and the lose ul Miiod, he recovered. In this situation, Vht) sur i'cnn, by his own desire, had him conveyed in a ml fifty leapues from Orleans, where, aa ho - in!, he intended to gain hia livelihood by beg :. ni-r. ILs situation was on the road aide, clos...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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