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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 December 1848

QJpEj. CORNER OF CENTRE ALLEY & market street. n ffmtls flWer-artotrt to gomfcg, aturature, JKoralfts, jroreffln irt Domrsttc ji,tos, &cft ant. the arts, aflrtntlttttr, &vkit, amusements, c. NEW SERIES VOL. I, NO. 3i. ,SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNT PA , SATURDAY, DECEMBER 33, 184S. OLD 8RR1E8 VOL. 9, NO. TERMS OF TI1E AMERICAN. I THK AMERICAN ia pabliahed every Saturday at TWO POLL.ARS pr annum to tw paid half yearly ia advance. No paper diecontlnaed until ali arrearages are paid. Ail uaaiaiianioationa or lettara on bnnnm relating to the TO CLUBS. Tare copies, to on addrcaa, ad 00 even Do Do 1000 Fifteen vo vo so 00 Five aouars in aaranea win pay lor three rear's subacrip. Dnt Square of li linea, 3 limes, Krrv anbaeqaeitt imertion, One Square, a Bout ha, Six mootha, One year, Buaineaa Cards oT Fire liues, per annum, Merchante and othera, advertiiintf by the year, with the privilege of inaertieg dif ferent advertisementa weekly. Xjjf Larger Advertiaonenla, aa per agreemen...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 December 1848

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. From the Evening Bulletin. ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP NIAGARA. EVC IAV LATER TIIO.M KCROfE. REVOLUTION L ROlUE. The Poae'a aecratarv h I TIIK FRKXt'H PRtmnEMV. COS TINENAL AFFAIR IN GENE- RAL. ' .-.. oto, Dec. 18. The Steamship Niagara arrived at tier berth this morning with Liverpool dates Id the 2 J The Hibernia from Boston arrived on the 30ih ult. The United States arrived at Ports mouth on the lit. The cholera is decreasing in England and Scotland. The bullion in the Bank of England is ra pidly increasing. The shipments from Liver pool continue large. A number of American merchants are at Manchester. Tho Irish journals are do void of interest. ITALY. Revolution In Rome. A Revolution has taken place in Rome, fol lowing the assasination of M. Rosea, before reportod. The mob. at tho instigation of the Clubs, proceed in a bojy to the Quirinal pa lace on tho 16th, where they demanded a now ministry, the immediate declaration of war, kc. About one ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 December 1848

7 SUNBUHY AMK1UCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOUKNAL. . . PUBILC SALE- WILL b sold at public vendue, on Monday, Jmiu.it 16, 1849, at the raxinoe Furnace, n Shamokin township, Northumberland County, he following doecribrd property, . - wine nouses nd Ham, two four Horse BROAD WHEEL 3D WAGON& one two home broad wheeled Wa on, a Truck Wagon, a Bugfry and Hamea, iree Carta and Harries, Wheelbarrow, Wagon led, Pick, Shovel, dec, &c. ALSO t A Variety or Store Good, onsistine; of Dry Good, Groceries, Hardware, tueennware, Druga tt Medicines, Spice, Ac. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M. en tk'A iv, and continue from day to day, , until all ia Id. Conditlona made known on-the day of sale, t , WILLIAM A KrJVBE FEGELY, , ' AsrigntH of ptnglrr Haas 4" Comp. Kunbury. Dec: 1M8. 18 Notice. 8 hereby given, that I have become the purrha ser of the following article from Jacob Rotliar fti of Lower Mahonoy Township, and that I hi hi deed for tbo eamc, viz i Greymarc 1 Plough and Harrow. 2 year aorrel C...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 December 1848

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. LIVING IN PAttlt. the mod of living in "apartment" in Parig it thui particularly dewribfid in let tor to the N. Y. Herald: In Pari, all building for dwelling, are divided into apartment, and omelime tub divided Into room, a convenience may re quire. An apartment occupie one entire stage, or ttory in English. It embrace talon our dtawiug room; loll flwigr our dining room tm'nW our kitchen tkamorn a eou fXtr ilecping chamber added to these va lor closet and every other convenience for housekeeping. All these room are com pletely furniahed with every convenience for a family. The first story of the building is called rttedt-tkausst, and is occupied as a store, shop, lie ; the second story is called rntrt tot, and is generally occupied by the owner, or some one who pay a cheap rent it is a lownr story, generally not more than eight feet high ; the third story is here called the first I premier and is furnished the most expensively, ha the higheit r...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 December 1848

t jjuqi yp-pr- yurrmMu . r .T'an;iJ-!J ;rnri TIE I 01 e evt 01 t.t H. B. M ASSEJt, EDITOR ANP PROPRIETOR. ' ";ti( 5RiifcR OF CENTRE ALLEY1 & MARKET, STREET " : - ' ; ,i i. i , , -. . - f--- '- - i i ...jk. - - li t..r -i :i . . - . 1 . 1 j. j. . . " t - 1 - 1 -. , IffrBS 58 yoU tQt ' 'BiMs or,TiiE American.' l .THE AWEBtCAS UpoUiriiod ererr Satnnky t TWO par uunm to be pud Mr yearly in adraiie. no paper diaoeitinaed until all errearagei are paid. i All cuntaitrnioationt or letiera on busineaa rctating to the See, to inxir'e attentioii, must be POST PAW. , '' t-- ' . TO CLUBS. , , . Three coplet to one addreu, "' .," ' $joo , 5. ,. ? " ' ' tOW iFifteen I lo ' Do . tnua fiyt doltare in edvanop will pay for three year'itabagrip tion to the American. . , , , . One Square ef IS line, 3 tirnea, , vary nrwequent bieertioa, ) One Square, 3 montlu, Six montha, .... One year, ' ' 1 Bneinaea Carde of Five Unea, per annum, Merchant! and otheri, artvertiiing by the year, with the privilege o...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 December 1848

From th New York Adv. CALIFORNIA GOLD.' Arrival sf D.n Jt D'AWnr, the first Dlsesr. r at ths M MluefeATntereatlM , sJsrshsv SSSBts. I ( if" f Von Jose D'Alvear, tho celebrated Spanish Geologist, whose famous treatise on the "Age of the Earth" must be known to many of our readers, ha just krrivetl at New York, from the Gold Regions of California, by way of Panama, Chagres and New Orleans, bringing with him a, large amount of Gold oi, estima ted to be Wrth'ni6re than a tnifllort of dol Jars, the nsurt ef- his labor, by the akl of a large body of Indians, long before the exis tence of the Gold mines became known to the residents of California generally. Signor D'Alvear Went out to California nearly two years ago, in consequence of certain informa tion which ho had received of the geological charactor of that country, with tho firm be lief that vast mint's of precious metals would be revealed there, upon enreful investigation. He was encouraged to this enterprise, also, by his confidenc...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 December 1848

SUflBUKYryiMElUCAN fAND'SHAMOKINr JOUKNALJ COMMUNICATION; I vte 4t ssi-.i: ' ' "' FOB Till AMUICAW. wim eieonsJn, " we " . ,j ..i iu, atrons earth l- Mai hud aaies Its snaatls to be bound I r.4Mtw w-rn ; - n TlM winter nights are beautiful, when the Vlrery tnobnllght turn the fair pale mow, . jato. shMtof lnoid pearl, and wreaths the , treat like those In the garden of Allarlln's lamp with eiroleU of glowing gemi Even the child feels their magie and with cheerful shout, crimsoned cheeks, and brigh- ten! eyes, Winds forth into the cold bracing 1 7"' ' ." ' I - ' r...i o.lt .i,,n thick of th storm bow bappy ere they , .-. To welcome ft arst Jwpmowy day !": : Who has not ' some reminiscenso of his tohildhood that sends the blood w ith a warm er thrill through his heart, even if its cham !ber ef joy, hare been closed like the door !ioftheark, by invisible hands! ' Who has hot tossed the pure white snow in feathery 1 flakes around him, or with busy hands mould Med it into fantastio forms...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 December 1848

SUNBURY 'AMERICAN' ?A!Or SHAMOKIIT JOURNAL: J ?. ' ' 1 THE VVTtUMAX AITD TH, BALLOON. ST fitOONBRIDOI. . A great many curious and facetious thingi have been told of aeronaut, and their aeri al carriage! 'yclept balloons. A balloon making a descent on or near people who have never teen such flying machine, un questionably looks a Iteth f'super-naturaU like," and, no doubt, makes their hair rise about as sudden as "bread stuffs" do semi occasionally. ' , . The Pennsyl vanians are great onballoon ing.thatState having produced about a baker's dozen of aerial experimentalists, whose per formances have been attended by no disas- . ten, some pecuniary advantage -to the ae ronauts and considerable addition to the general stock of useful science. Some years ago, a balloonist, named West, made sever al toyagrs to the upper region from the town oi Lancaster, Lancaster county, Pa. About the same period, a Dutch farmer from the interior of New York State, Dutch as tour krout took it into bis hea...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 January 1849

---r-r O a ' -- .fl! t f f t CI. Hi l -i wit f T.-1'.vj i 'uj r v V-V"? A exi.T ra1) i of -M IIV 'iv'ii.t ci 1 JVJ i it .'!! M H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AKp; PRQPBIETOR. OFFICE, CORNER OF CENTRE ALLEY & MARKET STREET. .X" Oii.1 I..-' 1:' II yamflg gtospp(rTgtbot lo jJoUtfcg, , actt rature, iUoraUtg, jTortfcn an Pomamc fletog, Scfrnte anli the arts, arfnilturr, iar(t(ts, Slmttsemrnts, c. .a ,-IT.VJ NfevT, 8JER1E9 VOL. 1, NO,' 41, ..;v?,HFwT'!?fMVK?A.'''" CotJNTY, PA., SATURDAY, JANUAlV O, 184D. OLD SERIES VOLi 9 NOi lil.'' ... .. ... . , ..... ...... ....... nTi:TTT:. ifN .a-Ah:v,T-;T.-.:!T3 . IrttRMS OF THG AMERICA IV. ijc THB AMERICAN U pabUfbad ever tnrr at TWO JIB aaitat diwailinuii anill all arrearnirea are mid. vuiiiiAUB par annum io ot pwu nail yearly in advance. Al aamaiuuiCauoiil or letlara on buiiiieaa relalinf to V&td ihaara attention, rnuat be POST PAID. the 1 ull Hvf. TO CLUBS. Three aepieatp one addreaa, Seven . , Do , . 1)0 . 500 1000 fifteen iBo '! !- Do : ': ' ooo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 January 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAT.IOKIN JOURNAL. T raa the Tint KeraMoe.) ARRIVAL OF THE 8TEAMSIIIP EUROPA. meat or tut pope rno tf ait. ions SAPOLEON SLECTED MES1. DSHT OF-FRANCE. - s EMPEROR OF AUSTRIA ABDICATED. THE JLIORICAXT. .T'TT'i. , ', Nw Yoai,' Dec. II. T.,Tli Stoamship Europe arrived at hor wharf at ft o'clock. Cottoh Mamm Liverpool, Dec. 19 The ootinued aotivity in oor cotton market, end the, large business tranaactiona from day to day la firing a more aettled confidence in theartiole. ' "" " rv Tee Pope haa fled from Italy. ' ' ' . FRANCE. ! Pasts, Thursdsy, 10 P.M. Up to thitdate tranquility continues. Louia Napoleon haa ' been elected President. The election retnrna show a majority in favor Prince Louia similar In proportion to those already announced. Prinoe Louis proposes to raise General Cava ignao to the rank of Marshal ol France. A great number of members of the Assem bly have to-day left their cards at the Hotel of Prince Louis. The proclamation of the President will pr...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 January 1849

- Th UgMlalart trf this Sutfe stvs t rislrtrirti -lW.y' tat, , M 'i-V. followiBg lU completa IM !jto:,Arobe.rj oftb titro Bmm;i ,.' '.-it (ii (iti"".l' ,-m l..-o,-i 1IAT-I. " ' w"-! t; - PhlMeltt! ityBe;'mtm Nattkm, Crabb-,,, ... . !..,; .. . Yt, PhilMpii ;ountjr Wm- F Stnull, Tho. H. Forsyth, PtUg B. Saytry. . I. ( Monom?ry-(?o,t Ric WJs. ' . . , ,','4. ChiU -and Delawwe ft. ! Jones JJfOot,' ."foul ' i n !. .' '! tr. "B!, 'BeAiJohh Potteigfe ''';;'' ' . Buofc oiioA Rick. ' . ,. . v, ' V 'f, ';,' 0 7. Lancaster and Lebanon Jo. ; JTwg mekttf Donwl, Sh'iK. " '. - '; ' '" ' r'j.lMonroe, 'Carbon, Schuylkild Pike-j Wn. CWarfield. -. t -'i-. ' ri f . Northampton and ' Lehtgh oeofc D. U HCVi... .1- I. I I.. . (.1! I' Boat.. . . ,, i i f t0 Susquehanna, Wayne and Wyoming Francii B. Streeter. - ' " ; 1J. Bradford ahd ioga-Gordon f. Ma- '' .' -r-t V ,f(12(1 Lycoming, Clinton and Centre Wi Harris. -. -7 . . 13. Luzerne and Columbia V. Best. 1 r;. 14. Northumberland and Dauphin R. M. Vie..-.-!'...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 6 January 1849

SUNBtTRY AlilEMfcAN ANb' SHAMOKIN JQUftMt: (CRT ALMANACK FOR THE TEAR 1849. tnf after the Fourth of July the 13d of Truncal Independence. MONTHS. J JANUARY, 81 6 13 13 1 30 7 20 S 0 16 PEBRCART, S 10 17 23 4 MARCH, 2i 9 8 10 10 17 23 24 30 31 AFRIT., . 1 el i 7 13 14 15116 19 201 21 26127 28 J. MAT, 9 13 19 26 JUNE, ! l 3 8 15 22 9 16 23 29 30 JULT, 0 7 14 20 27 21 28 AUGUST, 3 4 10i 11 171 18 24 25 31 SEPTEMBER, 1 71 8 14 15 21 22 29 28 I OCTOBER, 6 6 12 10 26 13 20 27 NOVEMBER, 3 10 17 4 DECEMBER, 1 8 15 22 29 I he roLLOwiNa poetic eitusions are from the pea of Eliza Cook, deservedly one of the moet popular English poets. They ' are appropriate to the season : SONG OF THE OLD TEAR. 4 Oh t I have been running a gallant career On a courser that needeth not bridle nor goad : Bat he'll soon change hi rider, and leave the Old Year Lying low in the dust on Eternity's road. Wide has my track been, and rapid my haste, But whoever takes heed of my journey will find That, in marble-built ci...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 January 1849

CP -L- (it ' " vwtj I jtMiLiIi frt.? an .;-(. .H I (-1 )(! SUNBURY, NOntHlIMBfeRLAND COUNTY, TA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1840. OLD, SERIES VOL. 0, NO. 16. til ;l ..v.l tU.i ! ni - . s .; . . . i j ' in, . , , . ' . , ' . . . ...... & T i- . sa-sse s I I . 1 ii - - 1 i. .. - - 1 . - . . 1 . t. - . . - . 1 1 CSk MASfefete C,?4I lt STREET. ' 5 r5ttk tr THE AMfiRICAIV. i .TfrB-XltWllCXN Ii aMuh(4 every Bulunhjr TWO tt)OIl.XR8 per annum to b paid half yearly In advanc. Wo saner discontinued until u arraarnna are paid. - Ail aummuiucationi or letter, on buainrm rrlatiiif to the TTmce, ta insure attention, niun oe runr rAiu. Three eoiaa lo addreea, '7 . . WOO in no JBeVen h Vo t , Do ,; , ' Fifteen . , & . P ' -v KUDO Five doilferi Jn adrMca 1M pay for three year'a tubecrip- OB IO UW AlUCriCKU, -f , : l. - ' Oaa Rquaaj of ft 1fma t (Une) v,,.-1 . Every lubeeqaeat juaanlon, 'Z ' . , One square, monlhi, " Siimonthe, One year, taineia CaNC of. Five linet, prf annum, " 100 ' 85 $30 375 ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 January 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAHOKIN JOTJBNAL. The following tabnhir statement, will ex hibit with more clearness, the 'whole subject in relation to the issoe end cancellation of these notes.. l ' Original am'nt of relief notes issued, . 4 0. 1 f,S,MO,68,00 Amount funded. '' f 1. .139, J 14,00 Cancelled in M by virtue of the resolution of Feb. 6, end Act of April Sth H4J. 682,087,00 Canceirarlrn 1844, under the t ' ; " Act of May II, 1844. 1 - 100,000,00 Cancelled in 1845,, under Aot, . . of 184, 85,000,00 tancefleJin 1846, under do "M?,00 Cancelled in 1847, under do "$.00 CajrceUcd in 1848, under do 189,000,00 ni .! '. leaving apparently in circula. tion on the 8 1st of Decem ber 1848, - ' The first failure to comply with the Act of Assembly re quiring the cancellation of these notes, was prior to, or, on the 81st Deo., 1844. The amount direct ed to be cancelled in 1844 and 1845, and which was not done, was, S165,00O The amount of fail ure to cancel in 1846 was 23,700 The amount of fail u...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 January 1849

33 SUNBUBAMEHiCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL, BlIIMMIW . .... .. ituiok Si felt, on iccount, of the tlitppVarsnce bf John DoD.1ti.oo T in Phitaoelphi on , tbmsi u2ll ... ium jtnet. H W en t If o'clock t Wfh Ai thit tlme b ten inn voiuiimw nuw having parted witVhe(5?r.rny VUh vhom he had been pending the evening. - He car tied gold ttctl, with white dial, and had but a small amount of money about him. Ha Wetpecting to , receive a large sum of money on that day, but bad not received it.', It is feared that tome persons may have heard that he would have this money in btl possession, and have dealt foully with nim in order to possess themselves of it. 'He,, a Son of Maj. Win. Colt, of Danville. l(J Ahuicak Law Jovskal. The Janu ary number of this excellent publication con tains much useful Interesting matter. The Journal should find a place in every Law Li rary. We obserre an opinion of Judge Lewis, He Common Pleas of Lancaster county, nber 1847, in wicb the' Judge decides, . "when the testim...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 January 1849

- 'r:m . si i WuiPFina Tins km oewtlkaait' ROVRD TH tTVMT. Just after the "Stat stations In Penn vWania. Mr.' Smith, a wirra Caas roan, me Vi$ friend Mr Jones, an eotbuaiaatio Tayty man. "" ' 1 r- ! "Jones," aaidSatitn, "e election ef John ston dee not incwaaa Taylor? cbasoea in Penntylvsm'.' '' ' ,- Yet it does," s newer ed Jones. "I'll bet you a hundred dollar that Can carrriet feat State," cried Smith -, "Done," exclaimed Jonee. "But," he add d after a moment'a hesitalion--'bot if we bet we hall lose our totes." . "So we shall," said Smith. ', ' . "I'll tell you what," Hones cried, his face brightening up !I'll tell you whf t may be done. My wife shall call on your wife, and bet with her.", "Good," says Smith. Homo went Jones., "My dear, Mrs.Smilh wants to bet hundred dollars with you that Cass willary Pennsylvania." "Mrs. Smith bet a hundred dollars with inel" exclaimed the astonished lady. "Yes and if you would like to bet, there's the money. Go round this afternoon and see her...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 January 1849

v - ...:vz .r .u- :irtff: - i , , i MASUr .l?,r.,li'''T,' .1, . . '!. ' ' ; H. B. MASTER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, CORNER OF CENTRE ALLEY & MARKET STREET. 81 jrantds iietospaptrDrtot.rt to JJoUtfcs, ttftcratttrr, JWovalfuj, jTorctfiu ana Bomrstfc aietos, Sefcntc an the arts, ! agrfculturr, HarrftMt anrascmritts, , NEW, SERIES VOL. 1, NO. 43. SUNBtTllY, NORTIIUMBERTjAN I) COUNTY, lV SATURDAY, 'JANUARY CO, 1819. OLD SERIES VOL. 9, NO. 17. ' ' ' ' " . TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. f THE AMERICAN It published every Saltinloy at TWO bOL.LA.H9 pet annuin to b paid heir yirly in advance. No paper discmitiimed until AtL arrramiti-a re paid. , AUoominunioBtkine or le!ter on buainesa relating to the office, to inaure attention, muat bo POST l'All). TO CLUBS. OlirM copies to one addrcs., PS 00 Qev.d Po bo 10 (Ml Fifteed ' Do Do 8U UO . Five dVHhrrt tn advance will pay fot Ihtee yeai'a aubacrip tfon to (be Arosricau. One Square of 10 linea, 3 timet, Every anhsenuent insertion, One Square, 3 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 January 1849

FORKIGN NEWS. AHKIVAL OF THIS 5 , STEAMSHIP AM ElitC A.. Elrrrn Hats tmlri1 tntrlllgtare. LOtM NAPOi7e0'A ACCESSION TO Til RESIDENCY. fits Inaugural address. Fit JSC E llTTjiSQDlL STATE. CHOLERA IN ENGLAND. POPE PIOBTILL IN EXILE. AFFAIRS OF ITALY. At STRIA AND HUNGARY. Boston, January 12. The steamship American arrived this morn ing from Liverpool, whence she sailed on the 30i h lilt. The following is a digest of her news. ENGLAND. Wo regret to state that the Cholera still prevails over the metropolis. In the provinces it has not made nny considerable progress, but in Scotland it teems to come with verjr alarming results. The President's message was read here villi great interest, particularly that portion of it relating to the gold of California. The interest felt fur the position of the Pope continues predominant. His Holiness still remains at Gueta from which point al kinds of iiitii'i'iios and negotiations have sprung up, conferring a great activity on this formerly unknown spo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 January 1849

SUNBURY AMElllCAN AND SHAM OKL JOURNAL. Fo tnm Atmct!. THE tAMENT... Mutt th links of friendship Vffdd be ! And Ihoe we loveil, rcitinin, Distent, and cold the north wind'i blast, That sweeps o'er the froien plain. In the rude north, there are many joys, That would tempt us to linger here, Whilst, where perpetual spring doth smile, They know not our christmas cheer. Can it be, that angry passions are wrought By ruJs winter's boisterous mirth And the founts oflovs and friendship sealed By the dreary frosts of the north ; ' Then hasten spring, with thy bustling train, Decked in thy gay attire, And dissipate the gloom that hangs Around thy aged Sire. Sunbury Jan. 1 7th, 1 849. N. R. sjssjBasssassssssssjji ssasasssst as A Paris correspondent of the Courier gives the following as the personal npearnnce of ' Louis Napoleon, the new President of Fiance : Some five feet eight inches in height. Brown hair and heavy moustache. Some forty odd years of various expert ence. A strong German accen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 January 1849

gOlt.TIIE YOUNG. TUC Qt 1LTING PARTV. Reader! Nvere you ever at a Quilting Party an old-fashioned quilting party? If not, you will do well to rvad our descrip tion, which, of couf e, must fall far short of the reality ; and thii reality, as the thing is now nearly obsolete, you may never have the satisfaction of witnessing. 'Tis one oi the pleasantest things in the whole round of a country life to attend one of these gatherings together of the young, and light, hearted. Let it be understood in the first place that these quillings are indispensable. The quilts, Sec, must be made ; the girls must have their "things ready" as the phrase is : or they will assuredly meet with no at tcntion from the nwriasro-seekinc Voiinc men. The preparation of the requisites of uumt'mii; mi- is a son oi impneu declaration of readiness to receive the addresses of the lover, and to encounter the perils of nmtri mony, and is understood and acted upon accordingly. When a Quilting is to tak? place, the resp...

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