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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 January 1848

TERMS OP TIH2J AMERICAN." H. B. MAS9KR, . ) Ptratisaaae ash JOSEPH EISELY. PnoriiiSToas. . u. a. Msaisn jedUw. ,'...4 Ojice in Centre Alley, in the rear of If. Mas Mt'n Slie.) ," ' THK" AMERICAN" iliVubflihVd f Vf ry fatnr. dsy Hi TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin uod till Ait arrearages are paid. 1 No subscriptions received for less period thin six moth. All communication or letters on business relating to the nffleB, to Insure attention, nun bo POST PAID. H, Ba XslASSER, ATTORN BY AT LAW, SVXTBTjmT. PA. ' Business attended to in the Counties of Nor thuml erland, Union. Lvcoming and Columbia. : Refer to I ' P. & A. Fbvofbt, t'l Lows Si Banno, 8omkss A. Hwonoaiss, ! Rifnoitii, McFaatAwn &i Co. Rrsaiwo.Oevin &. Co., ' CITY ATJCTIOIT STORE, Xo. 31 North Third treel, . , '(llta THK CITI BIITt.) PH XL ADBI.PHI A. C. 0. M A C K E Y, Auctioneer. TO COUNTRY STORK KEEPERS. I "EVENING SALES of Hardware, Cutlery, 2J Saddlery, Whip. Boots, ...

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 January 1848

" (From the Miner's Journal.) ClUli T A T I t IO ,"' f roAf. traps: for 1817. The follnwinx is the official quantity of Coal rot tomarket in the following years, which we hive pririiredat considerable trouble, ami ran he r lied upon a correct. It it not stolen from o h'T ppre. Schuylkill JSI-r. . lSia Increase. Pail Road, l3"0nM 1 833 502 107 119 final, aoa fH'1 , 3 1 10 219 253 Pin.'gro've, ' 67 457 5S.020 8 3.11 1 650 SI I 613 97 t :m sol SS I 393 1 1 90 1 2 8S2 39 2 313.092 1 V!5 9'.3 fi22 989 329 000 192. Mil J J f72 2 313 992 354 903 120 081 68 203 9 1. 89 5 2 332 h i k h l.ackawana Wilkeshaire Sliainokm Increase in '17. C IS 317 tons. )f tht quantity tent to market Schuylkill coon ty lurnishfd, font 1. MO 831 All other regions " 1.331 295 Excess in favor of Schuylkill ca ton 319 536 it Mill be observed that the increase for S huylkill comity in 1S47, was 354 903 tons, and the increase from all tho other regions was only 21 II 1 Ol the whole quantity sent to market since the co...

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 January 1848

The teeon Panntylvtinte Heglntettl. t General Quitman delendeth honor of the Ircond Pennsylvania Regiment against the harge, which of ninited in Western newepa. er, and current In many quartet, a atiurt tints ince, that the officer uf ihu f ennsyivanin Ra iment were not to fc found when Mnt for by he g eiierel tsflicer who commanded them, and vhodctired them la tuke part in the battle of 2ontreraa. He lays there is not the least foun ts! ion for such an imputation "On the contrary, when at noon on the l'Jth if August last, it was known that one or two of he regiment of my division had been called to ake the field, Lieut. Col. Geary, then in coin nand of the regiment, in consequence of the illnet of Col. Roberts, came to me and earnest ly solicited that his regiment might bedeaigmv ted fur the movement in advance. Having beeti r barged with the command of the reserve at St. Augustine, I waa ordered by the General-in-Chief to tend one or two of the regiment of my division to the suppo...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 January 1848

From the North American, t Itevlew of the Wftlhrf, mn drcimbck. 18-1? Th month Jot closed produced not only jrrt variety , but aom uncommonly miM wea ther for a winter month. Ye tome of her dy April an J May would not blnsh to own, particu larly the 10th, 1 tth, 13th and Uth." During the 14th, from 1 1 to 3 o'clock, the mercury in a per fect ahari wai r)8, ami being placed facing the rtreet, where the tun shone on the opposite buil dings, it rose to 70. which circumstance baa not occurrod before, in the month of December, since 16?,; the medium temperature of that month being S3, which it ix degrees above the freezing point. Pecembri, 1393. '29, '27, and 1828, were the milli't monthi of December that we have on our record : their medium temperature being 36, 37 and 38. The past month wai 3!). The lat morning in November, 1847, at inn rite, the mercury waa only 18 above zero in thia city, which it 20 below !he freezing point. At the tame hour on the Itt December, the mercu ry waa St,...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 January 1848

TEIIMS OF TlITBJJAMEjrICA!.' ( . H. B, MAS0, . .? F caCieeaae in JOSEPH ElgEL?.' S PaornisToaa. Jr. it. jutssum, E4ur. , , '.. , " ' j , Qles in Cenrr jlUey.jn the reqe 0 If. Jo- r'a Srwc.) !-' , TH E " A MErTiffAV UlwbiwKi'd every atur. day tf TWO DOLLARS per annum to he paid half yearly In advance.: No paper discontin ued till Atl arrearages are rait). . Noeislncriptiona received for less period than it lowTti. All enmmunicsllnne or letters on bttslneae relating to the office, 14 insure attention, must he POST: PAID. ' ' ' " "; H. B. lASSEB., ATTORN EY AT LA W; BTJXTBTOY, PA. Business attended to in Ibe Ctiuntiee of Nor thuml erland, Union. Lvcoming and Columbia. ., , Refer to I J - P. ft A; RevncaT, Lowta ft B iimo. Pemssa-ft SsnnoaAss, PA4 RaijroLna, Mcr At ft Co. 8rara.- Goon ft Co., CIT7 ATJCTIOIT STORE, No. 31 North Third street, v ' ' (at -rev. rtTT nTt.) ' JHILADHLPHIA. C. C M A C K K Y, Auctioneer. TO COUNTRY fiTORE-KEEPEK. . IVeJNINO SALES of Hardwaie. Cutlery, 4 Saddlery...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 January 1848

Correspondence ef the Public Ledger.) . WAiHi-toT", Jan. 16, 1S48. . We are now inundHted with reeoluttane, the rnoet mrtn physical of which originate on the Calhoun aid of the H -nete, and lhi moat prac tical nn the Case aide of Ihnt hndy.'To'the let ter belong the Mowing erf the; Hon, CI ward A. Hennegan, nf fndiann, the right hand nf the olJ General in that State : '"'.'' Keeolved, That no tratjr of peace can be mado with Mexico, having proper regard fbr the beet intr-ret-le of the United State, which does not etblih aa a boundary, between the two nation, the must auftable line for military defence, i Resolved, That in nn contignency can the United Stales consent to Km establishment nf Monarchical G.ivernment, within the limit of M-xico, by the intervention of European power. KetolveJ, That it may, become neceaeary end proper, as it ia within the conatitutional ca pacity of thit government, for the United States to hoi. I Mexico aa a territorial appendage. Those are the views uf ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 January 1848

erk of tit Senate then read the certil etion, when the oaff requited by tho ion of this Commonwealth to quality "form the duties of Governor, and the (red by the Constitution of the United rere administered to Freneit R. Shank eaker of the Senate. Ceag resslnnal Prweeenlnwe, Washington, Jan. 17 or RitraicsRNTATtrKt. A reeolotion of rat adopted, to report on the expedieoey ine to th heir of toldiert killed in the Mexico, the pay aurh eoldiera would ived bad the terved oat their time. inthrop offered a retoluhon or Inquiry propriety of amending the Constitution, le Collectors, Post Matters, &c, elec ie people. Tbit liee over. . rner offered a joint retolntion, annex o and California, which liet over. L Abetraet. eiptt and paymentt at the State Trea the fiscal rear 1847. with an ettimate ttne for the year 1848. t. Receipt!. 1847. Ettimate, 1848 $15 193 04 $10,000 00 immieaiens 21.700 00 31.000 00 utiee, S3 811 08 64,000 00 bank divi- St.M7 13 123,000 00 rirporioa 124.3SSS 120,000 0...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 January 1848

Islghlng . Air "Some hri to roam.' How swift we go : Tbro' the sparkling anew, In tbe moonbeam's etlver glance, And ou? glad song swells, While tire jingling hells Keep timt with oar proud steeds' pranss ! And tbt hollow glen, Senda back again, Our laugh and glsd ho! loo; While the diamond sprey Flies every vfay, And the moonlight flashes through. 'Tie cold to night, But tbeae eyee an bright, A glow on the young heart abed. And tbeae lipa that move To the tooee of love, With the atnile of plearere epread j Then onward apeed. While the snorting ateed Shakes the spangles from hia mane, We'll join in the fight Of the elvea of night, And love and delight ahall reign. Cheese vkkbis Cumnoh Shot Tbo prest eat ammunition that we have heard of lately, Has usotl by the celebrated Commodore Cop, of the ilontevidesn Navy, mho, in an entfarjemeot with Admiral Brown, of the Buenos Ayreao ser vice, fired every ahot from hia lockera. 'What die 1 1 we do, air V asked hia first lieute nant ; 'we've n...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 January 1848

JWrlS OF TltC "AMERICAS." : B. MAftnfcR, ! ) resttea-ass ass )SEPH E13ELY. PnoearaToas. jr. jr. jutssxit, Baur. I in Centre Vey, in Ae reoi' 0 T. Ao , . fr' Start. IE" AM BRUlA N,r Is pubirsned every 8itm el TWO DOLLARS pr annum ba half yearly in advance. No paper diaeontin .ill ALt arrearage are paid. subscription received for a 1am period than loirrn. All commnnicatlone or latter on tea retain to the offie, to inaure attention, be POST PAID. "' S.B,a 2AS3Sl(, ' TTORNEY AT LAW, SUlYBUxtY. PA urines attended to in the Counties of Nor 4 er lend, Union. Lveneains; end jUotumbie Rcifor toi . . I .' A. Farocnr, Lowsact 6es ABv"''t ' RaUOtM, Mcr:" Co Sriaiaa, Goon At Co., .? s. Vl'hiM. TT ATTCTIOIT , No. 31 Worth Third street, (ai tw citt sot!..) TH IL ADBLV HI A. 2. MACK. K Y, Auctioheer. TO COUNTRY fiTORE-KEEPEK. VfiNING SALES of Hrdwate, Cutlery, Saddlery, Whip. Boot. Shore, Hale, , ; Cape, Guna, Pistols, Clothing, Watcbea and Faney Goods, Mickey's Auction Store, 31 North Third , near...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 January 1848

kiTsrnon nict.ro. i rrival of the 3-mer Virginia Rumnri of, Peare Negotiation Hnlmh Mediation, The moat impunaut intelligence by this ar rival are indefinite but current rumors of secret negotiations being in progress that protniwe peace, . . ,,; :.i ' Despatefipp werp received at Vera. Crux on tha riipht of the 3f rtNilt , by the arrival of courier from Mr. Boyle, the Rritih ehargp d'af "n ire n t the capital. They were Immediately dee-patched for Now Orleans' on board 11.. B. M. brip of war Daring. I Nothing pnelive was known concerning the despatches, but the opin ion that ihoy'i w,re nej-ntiitions for peace had ljfn formed at Vera Crux from fhe fact that, they had bepn tent in a vessel ol war instead of ' wait inir Mr steamer; '' " Cl. Mil.', wiih 1.100 men',' Vera..' Crul p;i the S I litvl for thn cspital.' General Mar thai! was at Jalnpa on the 'JU h ult., awaitinrj tie arrival of the train rxpected under the com. mand of Col. Miles. John Reynold, attached to Company D, of 'he...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 January 1848

1 b -v J . at ioRACB V ttl-S, THK DlSCOVXtKB. OF F.THItll, OS Loroform A day or to i;o we published aragraph staling lhat young dentist, in New lc, had been arretted for throwing vitriol r tho clothes of females in th ttrvet ; tnd terdsy e announced the melancholy fact t tfc person was Horace Well, well known be discoverer of the application of ether in (h-al operation , and that head committed ide in consequent of the publicity that had n given to hi arrest. The ' tetters hat he Wished previous to hit death,' givesstrong on to doubt the sanity of the . unfortunate i, and induces a belief that he was a victim i eiTecta of hit own discovery! He had been bt constant habit of inhaling chloroform for exhilarating effect it produced, 1 and on the ling ol his arrest bad taken a greater quanti ban . usual, which had produced a powerful t.i It it evident, form hit' account, that in ing into the street, and perpetrating the out fie did, that he was not in hit senses ; and ict of self rjeitiu...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 January 1848

THe Thriving rewrite-. r Mrs. sicoraacr. Our father lives in Washington, And has world of caret. But give hit children each a farm, Enough for them and theirs, full thirty well-frown anni haa ha, A numerous race indeed. Married and aettled, all, d'ye fee, With boye and girls to feed. And if we wisely till our landa, We are aure to earn a living, And have a penny, too, to apare, For spending or for giving. A thriving family are we,' No lordling need deride ua, For we know how to uae our hande, And in our wita we pride oa; Hail, brothere, hail Let nought on earth divide at. Some of ui dare the eharp north east, Some clover fields are mowing; And othert tend the cotton plant That keep the loome agoing ; Some build and ateer the big winged abipa, And few in apeed can mate them, While otbera rear the corn and wheat, Or grind the flour to Ireight them. And if our neighbora o'er the aea Have e'er an empty larder, To aend a loaf their babea to cheer, We'll work a little harder. No old nobil...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 5 February 1848

!nif S OP TltE " AMERICAN." B. MAWfiRrT,TXWiTtf.ilii ab SEPH E18EI.Y. SPaoratiTosa. JT. v. JTMS9K AT, Kdttmr. in Centre Alley, in the rear nf tf. Mat ter $ store.) - : E - A M ERICA N" it published every Stnr t TWO DOLLAR8 per annum to he ia)f yearly In advance.. No paper diacontin II ill arrearages are paid. subscriptions received for a less period than owt. - All communications or letters en as relating to the office, to Insure attention, be POST PAID. TTOKNEY AT. LAW, BUXTBVA-r, PA. dnese attended to in ibe Coontlra of Nor- ettand, Union. Lyeoming and Columbia' liefer loi P. A. RftvocnT, I,t)m ft. Biaao, So ma dr. Saonnai'M, ' " yPhifatf. Raraotna, McFatAn A Co. 3riate,'tonD St Co., - , PT ATJCTIC1T STO203., No. 31 North Thin! street, , ( Tm rm i)Tm.) FHILASBLFntA. ' M A C K E Y, Auctioneer. O COUNTRY STORE KEEPER. 'EMNO SALES of lisrdwa.e, Cutlery, Saddlery, Whip. Boot", Shoes, Hale, Cape, Guns, Pistols, Clothing, Watches and Fancy Goods, Mackey's Auction Store, 31 North Third u...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 5 February 1848

Cor. of tbe Bait. Republican and Argus. -Impnrtawt trotst California. " i ' MotrTKEt,CLiroaMift, ct 10, 1SI7. Expected . Attempt of Kt) conquest of New Mexico The Fleet gone on an Expedition to taku Certain Porta The Troops it Monte rey Their Lsbora A Pestilence at Mon terey Desih ot Troop Death of Lieut C. J. Minor and Feeling Notice m the nmfl ' Dark-eyed Maid of Calirorni'a, a 'Minister in? Angel to hnn--California faat becoming Yankeeixed Vast Quantities of Wheat rai sed Mission Stations becoming Cities Emigrant pmring in from America and all par' of the World A Great Country Exe cution, &c. .... r DpaR Aanrar I have the cnanca of sending you one more e-piMle from the far Weet. There haa boon a rumor afloat that Gen. Castro ha a raiae) ISflO men in New Mexico, and i approa ching Ui is country for tte reennquest, and cou rier haa arrived with despatches from Col. Ste phenson, Com'i, at Ina Angeloa, informing the Governor of the report, that thia force haa al ready crossed the...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 5 February 1848

!! HtLfii mi lh W. . . ( r ? ..... v , .-. i i . i Wasainotot Jin. 7, 1943. My Dear Sib To all human appearance, a termination of thin miserable war with exico, ia more, remote than when the firat jw was struck. In my jtidjmenf, it waa an eesssrily nd unconstitutionally commenced, marching nor army into disputed territory the: possession of Mr X'co, an.l I think that m or ess, who. unquestionably, hae the power, wiUI put an end to the war on just ami honor le principle. . . . , ., . . After agreeing upon the term on which a eaty should be made,' they ahnulil eall upon i Executive, by resolution, to nfiVr a peace to rsico upon that hania.and during the nejotia n mxtilitir should be suspended. If the csident shall refuse tn do this, In the milita appropriation bill, the army should he roqui. d tn take euch position ehall carry out tho ?w of Cnntree. Three bill the Preri'ont tild not tr to, and he would be bound by thrir tiirement. Thia may be done by the House. I hope Congrc. will, re...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 5 February 1848

BrnlliarhetHl. - ' Watchman on tht walla of "fim ! , . - , 9feadfast visil keening i, i O'er the world, tn grief and crime, Revelling or weeping ' ' ' Lift your voices loud and high, . With a firm endeavor; i, Sonnd abroad the mighty truth, Men are brothers aver." ' ' ' ' Let it reach the home . of wealth, " Where no care ha entered; . Where all luxury and ease, Gorgeously am centered , i When the lowly of the earth Of their want are telling, Let it pierce through every heart . In the etately dwelling. Let it reach the hardened man, Who, God'e law unheeding, Through the rice and cotton fieldt Drivel the faint and bleeding ' ' Where upon the table back, Io the streaming gashes', Whining through tha morning air, Fall the stinging lashes. Let it mind the young and gay Of the sad and sighing, Sitting by tha lonely beet Where the aick are lying i Where the feeble tamp of life Momently grows dimmer, Till in everlasting r,ight. Dies its latest glimmer. Let it reach the battle field, Where ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 February 1848

OF Till! MAMCRICAK." H EISELy. 5 PaomiaTosa. "tnir Alley, in the rear , It, Ma see's Sorr.) ' -''.- -" VMfiVf CAN" It bubtfaheJ every Satur "WO! DOLLARS 'per annum to be wHr in advance. ', No paper dlaeontie t arrearages ate paid. , , , , . -T , :rii.Uon received for a lea period than in.' 'Ad communications or letters on dating te the office, to Insure attention, 08T,PAID.vs .ii.li C."B. MASSES., - ORNEY AT LAW, aTOlYBUBY, PA. attemleJ to in the Counties of Nor id, Union. Lvcoming and Columbia. Refer tot A A. RuTOBIIT," wan & Bakrow. nana & 8onAS, rsoi.ns, McFatm & Ca :sts,Ooon 8c Co.,' fcVffCTXOlT STORE, . 31 North Third itroct, , . (mil TB C.ITT HOTf.l.) ,.:, Hit ADELrHIA. ' A C K E Y, Al'CTIOltEER. OIJNTRY STORE KEEPER'''. ' INO 8AI.ES of Hard watt, t'utlery, lery. Whip. Bnota, Shoes, Hals, r . . pa. Gun. Pistol. Clothing, .... , Watchr and Fancy Good, iry'e Auction Ktore, 81 North Third the City Hotel. mion of Country M'Ti-henle i invited, will he a -Id in lota lo a...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 February 1848

urt-G amd .nport,Tw r mow MRXIVO. Safety 0f C.1 rV.thW GmmaiU Rumori of Peace Captor of Own Valencia and Tor rejonend other Mexican Officer Attempt t Insurrection in the City of MrtTo 8klr miab between the Ranger and Guerrilla Supposed 0 tthi of. JVl're Jirauta ;Pcne , y Pens again President, &o. &c. n . , r Thn 0, S Hf8nii.hip E.liib. rCtp; Cu !lrd. arrived from Vera Cut, which plaoe aha lift on the SOih. i The most important feature of the intelligence by thin arrival relates to, the rumor of pence and an attempted inurrectiuo in the city of Mexico. ' , Col Wither'a oommanl, about , which our last advice loft some anxiety on the public mind, arrived in safety it Real del Monte. ' A detachment tinder Col. Wynlrnnp captu red Gen.. Valencia and bin aid, and Col. Arista, at the hacif nda of the former, Tepijaco, on the In inst Col. Wjrnknop wa in pursuit of J rauta and Re at the time. These etcaped him a fear hour only. Gen. Valencia and Cul. A rtata wre released on parole. Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 February 1848

t v ' I f.J tk r ' ti t.- f n.L ... i - - ...w ... w. n-ini , (7 ii uil J Osa. Co4oMev V.a-stiwn to Twloee. - i ' 1 .' ,,t,Towci, January, 1848., JWy Deaf Muitag promised to tall yoJ hit kind of country, we traversed In reaching it pleee. Hearing thst the dilif nee if rob d every day, I have waited tome other oppor nity in writing, arid now hear that the Dra. ons. leave . for. Mexico in slew moments, hich fives me little time. ; ,.',! ... ,' After quitting- Taeutttya, nor mad began to cend, the country enntinnintf eurile and-vol nic, like that armind'Contresg.' Towirda etin t wc reached a hacienda, or inn, and encamp- I ; the ntht cloning en ua bitterly cold. The fantry encamped mostly around the brow of a I adjacent, and few pleasant dreams, I ween, I the cold wind permit to them. ' Early on 7ih, we atarted again, the earth white with , and icicles haneinjr from the mcksi the id, if poseible, harder and more finhed than tterday, and ascending alwaya. , Arriving' at highest point of...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 February 1848

Iaiid bp jv kit rmtintiBtti.' ain Gelevm, of (he,atTie Wnttrth, who "uted a vov.a during lha fast .'-Wr ..-1- -J r 1 . ' '.. ' ' r rnie ant) Ocgott, bat written severs) let for the Christian Advocate, containing met of interest.' Cap O.; on M pnff wit, . .ten in Sooth let.'. 82 50, f foupi, West ,79 13 riteetnuaj . , ... ,., .. s We are now in the South Pacific Cien, and t thn sun waa eotting jn- as clear a ..ky he ever left in the Western; horithri,' tittle to the left of where he wee retiring to hie ocean bed might heeeen, in the tar distant Southwestern view, a pyramid of rock a, then distant from tie seventy good lea mile. , ., ,. i'.','..'o Thi wn the last (rate we were taking of the iatitml of Juan Fernandet, the residence of that monarch deacribed by Cowper, who ruled over all he surveyed;' f mean Ihe great Alexander Selkirk, placed by Defoe in the person of Ro binson Crusoe, with hie man Friday, or another inland in the South Atlantic, called Ferdinand Ho Nomnbo, We are now ...

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