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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 19 February 1848

tLJ -i I J -- tim Or THE A!tIERsrCA..' f7aIrsSJa 2PH EISEI.T. $ I Paarataroas. If. Ctntn Alley, in He rear of f. Mat ter's Start.) A M ERTO A N" it published every 9atur TWO DOLLARS tier annum to t If yearly In advance. N o ppr diseontin iti arrearage are paid, inscriptions received for less period than tii. All eommonicatione or Inter en i raiding to the office, to in cure attention, POST PAID. "SIX YEARS AGO """""" ebilJrrn began to cry for Sherman's Lo iges. The nniee we not ao Mod et tbl t it hae kept inering er sine, and aw so great that the mouthi of the Hide 1 acirce be slopped. Dr. Sherman sympa. ith th.' Utile tiiffrrert, and viry much re it an; of' Uem ahnald be disappointed g the tt t.en.t which hae been confer a the eommuijiiy by introduction of lible E70KM liO 55 ntered into arrangement fbV enlarging hie lory, by mean of which be think,.1 be will i i?0l'ly 'he demand. And ihe ame ."" will I'." laken, that thee e-lelMtrd I0 i ma.le aa 'hry hive alwaye been, in or lhoe wh...

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. — 19 February 1848

aaaaas iim.i, 1 .... Life VRAM MEXICO. ' A Courier Murdr-rM -.-h,rHmn Aramat Gu errillas. Cloture of Ontiba -OJo Quorum Assembled President Ansya succeeded by Puna y Pen. Renewed Humnreof a Treaty Gen. MsTehallnod Col. Mdesat PtieMa. Prti'ftrt Fb H Two of tli missing mails hi come to band to day, together with expresses up to the 7th instant. The. stenmaMp MeKim bad arrived it New Orleans with Vera Crug date to tht iMlh, and Tempiro t th 8lt nit. The lrttors from Vera Croi bm? quite Con tradictory rumors in relation to the prospect .if ppsen. A courier tent by Mr. PeopW. with the Pre e'dont'A m'ssaze, for the American Star, wee on Ms return ruptured by the guerrillas, and taken into the boh beside the road, and stripped ' end shut by them. Thioutrege w committed in the vicinity of Vers Cm. C d. McClelland, with 300 infan'ry nnd 200 mounted men, had started up the Origin road to eut o(T the rubber, who are represented to be in larjre force on the main road to the Puentc Nae'onnl. Pil...

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. — 19 February 1848

ALrtnonic fnr. r.' t. Offittuftht nl,T AHtlr,Fb. H. GRAIN. On or two parm-leol prime red, rreeieed by water, were wild lo'riajr at 127 cent. We quote wagon Wheats it 'MA2'2 centt for geml to bi't rrde. , Small unlet of Corn l 51ao2enlt tor yellow, and 50 cetds for whit. v " A sale of Onta to-day at 4'2 cents. We quote t .1Sa4'2 cenU. WHISKEY Sales l.tdar al 25 ccnte for hliJc. and SO cents for Mil. VRILASSXiTHIA MARKET. Tpkspa Y, ;4, I3JS. Vhb4T Penns. red is wortli about 130e. Cobs, yellow, fi" a WJ c, wpiijht. Oat. Are held at 4 1 a 45c. Whiskbt Sain in libla at 25 eta ; hhdsS4c. Suudkn CMAitiEt Tbpre ia nothing more tryinj to the human romtitulion than Hidden changea of wi'athcr. (pit rarifi't the blond, and increaaea the ptripiration ; but when and- dpnly checked, those humnra which ihonld pnai ( olTby the akin, are thrown off inwardly, causing ; cough, cold, consumption, dilficulty of breath- ! iiig watery and inflamed eyei, aore throat, and many other complaint. Wright' Indian...

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. — 19 February 1848

' 53fr'" i .,: thi or !n.yterlnnsA "iTaroaa. Vrolssa i t Dentxt. Thn Utica Herald (rivet the particular of a ft r ripe afiiir which haa jusl come to light tn Oneida county, New York. About ait weak ago a German named Anthony Himes, rpiJin- in Conatableville, Lewis . county, married a younj woman reatdino; at freerfield Corner, in Oneida county. H took her to hie home at Conatableville, and eomednys after the marriage wee heard to declare that they would not live together six week. About one week ago Hime appeared, somewhat intogicatrrt, at the House of hia wife' parents, in Deerfield, and reported that hia wife had perished of cold, So the wood on tbo 10 h, and had been buried. HimeV ac count of hi wife' deMb wae in tobstanre aa follows; He Mid t hoy had been together at church on tho afternoon of Sunday, the lOtli ult. Tiiey were returning home in company with two men, and had reached within forty roda and in eight oflheir own house, when Himes and two men slopped to talk whit come...

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. — 26 February 1848

renins or Tin: " awrricav." H. B. MA88EW, JOSEPH EISEIY. I PxtrMitom, 01m in Centra Alley, in ih'erenr of B.' Ma- :. ,,, ;,'.v Hr'i Start.) ' '.: ' " '" TH B " A M BHliM II publtabid every atOr 1 TWO . DOLLARS Mr annum to be it half yearly in advance. No paper diecontin u till Att arrearages are paw. . No subscription received for a less period than t stow-rea. All communtcationa er letters on lineaa relating to th ofTice, to insure attention, it he POST PAID. ; " six years ago . IHE children begin lo cry for 8herman'e Ln irpgre. The noise wee not ao loud at thai ip, hat H hat kept increasing ever id'tre. and now breome no great that the moutlia of the little a ran sciree he stopped. Dr. Sherman svmpe. e with the little atilffrera, anil vtry much re 'a that any of them ehnotd he disappointed owing the Taat benefit which hae been confer' ,. upon the commutiity by the introduction of infallible . , WORK LOZBNOBS, jaa entered Into arrangemente for enlarging hie iuf. ic'ory, by nvane of...

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. — 26 February 1848

1 11 1 JJ.'.1 tnpottTAir p-ro.w raEXtco. MsaleaM Cemsrera Prpr PC AeB laaf Oasseeal aete. . TAt I'nittJ Storee m km tht ItowsjeV to s r the Jts, rwie , Vi Mrxicm mnd Upper ' Corer'a Jlficfc qf. Ourrn'at on Trainee r' ? 1 (Pram the New Orient Picayune, , Tht ateemshin New OcImm, Capt lEdward Aold, ta whom wa ara indebted lor tha prompt delivery ef our correspondence, arrived yesterdsy afternoon from Ysra Cruc, having sailed tha afternoon of Tuesday latt. tha nth inat ' Mr Freener arrived at Yera Crat oa Sunday last the th inet., bcariog despatches from Geo. Scott for tha government at Washington. He waa only four days from tba city of Meilco. Ha ailed on Monday, tba 7ih inateut, on board the tJ. 3 steam -r tria, for Mobile. Tba New Or leant waa detained for I wo daya to give tha Irlt time to gt abeaJ uAy. it scarcely known. Tha New Oileana, however, overtook tht Iri and pawed her before the reached the Baliie The despatches brought by Mr. Freaner art of tht utmost importanct. The ntt...

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. — 26 February 1848

Ma. Adams. John Quinry Adams haa proba bly been longer in public ferric than njr other living man. - Mr, Adam commenced hit career - an 1781 at private Secretary to' Francis Dana, Ambassador to Ruoaie,' Since then, a space of " 'xtyevn yenr,n bat been rarely Ant of pub lie employment, anil atwajri tn intent observer and ottiHrnt of public affaire. Should the preaent hock prove fatal, it may be tiuly aaid that be . lived and died in Ibe service of hit country. A moth a DtatBTRa. A Sergeant Hamilton, a euppoeed brother to one of Gen Scoit'e aids, . bat deserted from -the army in Mexico.-, He Wrote to bit former captain, stating, that he vae at the head of 300 men, (deeerter ) and if he . wished to see discipline, be had better follow - lim. He alto said he would attack the train be tween Vera Cruz and Jalnpa. 'Ue with Te Tbbt "The friends of Gen. Taylor held a meeting on the night of the 93d, in New York, at Niblo'a, nnder a tent. The call . was laud one being' signed by three thousan...

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. — 26 February 1848

mi. ti , ' A Nonnttd Lj-rle, Tb dinner-bell, the dinntr bell Ii ringing loud and Clear ; " ' Through bill and plain, through afreet and lane, , It echoes far and near ; ... t j t.ii i ..l W-J .t.ii - r i win vunainvu mn( ihij wuinwiiyiv i if Wherever men tea hide, ' Like bursting waves from ocean cave, , . . They float upon the tide. ... I smell the smell of roasted meat ! I hear the biasing fry ! The beggart know where they can go, . But where, O where shall It At twelve o'clock men took my band, ' " At two they only star,' . ' , 'And eye me with a fearful look, , . , , As if I were a bear ! ; , , j The poet lays his laurels down . i ' ' And hastens to bis greens J ", ' ; The htippy tailor quits bis goose, . To riot on his beans ; The weary cobbler snaps his thread, The printer loaves his pie ; His very devil hath a home, But what, O what have I T Methinks I hear an angel voice, That softly seems to say ; Pale atranger, all may yet be well, Then wipe thy tears away; Erect thy head,...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 4 March 1848

mm a mm w -. m a w ar i w t mm a v - -BfeAaaH - . r ..... i . ws or Tins AMcaicAy BPH EISBLT. , Paora.iTe.. , ,., I AMERICAN iphfilied every 8atur TWO DOLLARS per annum to V ilfywerly In advance. N paper diacontin ! Alt arfearerea art oaLL' ',: ) .-. i uhTrlptlona received for e loss period than !fT. Alt communications ir Inter on retain to the office, to inatff attention, i rusr paid. (..! ',7 5 children began tn try for Sherman's Lo ng The fcnie wti not load that it it hi kept tnerearthg ever nrt. and hvw mine an great that ihe motha of lb Kith n se-ree rv etoppnd. Dr. Pherman eympv itn the lime surr.rers, and wry moan re let en of them shnold be disappointed jg the vast benefit which hea been confer nn the community by the introduction of llible worm i.ozBxrass. entered into arrangement for enta-gin hr Ci0r7.hr meana of which he think be will 16 supply the demand. And the me pain e will be taken, that thee e. lebrited Ln he maila aa they have always been, in or . thoe wh di-pend ...

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. — 4 March 1848

t.4 rK mutt nfcxtco.. . . Official announcement othe traty--Nfi quo mm of Cunt " Santa Anna in fa- Tor of Peace, desirinjr o leave M'3ticivl-t!i imprisonment remmended. t 'r j ' .." Coirre, Georgia, Feb. JoY'lSi?. ' ,' The Express pactcage .ol to day brings New Oileaos papers of th9lst inst, , The Star. published at the Capital on the lltb inst.. contains the official' announcement of the conclusion of1 the treaty of peace, under tbe aig ature of Senor Rota, tha minister of Foreign Relation. The dates from Queretaro are 5 to the 10th.' "There was no quorum then in attend ance of the' members of Cong reaa, but a meet ing had been held of the twenty four delegates present on the 7th, and a majority of them were in fuvnr of the treaty of peace, ' ' .- ' -" Cen.-Lsne reached the Capital on the 10th int , on hi return from Oricsba, withoat meet ing wilh any further. adventures. .. . The death of Lieut. Gatron. of tha 4th Ken tucky Volunteer! ia announced. .,,.. Lieut Clark, with bis comp...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 4 March 1848

A Mamw.hi - corrwpondrnt the New Orleans Timni writing from Mexico,' under date of Janiury, redrew the 5'Howinir, which it the firrt montinn we bave KtnW iych an oo turrrnca, though dalca late February have been received : .:!.. '. Toehowyou how little) the Moxtnan are Me) to appreciate roir butnanify, 1 will mention the following :- Two day after ihe capture of Gen. Valencia, he waa liberated on parole, to go wherever he pleased... wiih ten tinchntiw t". med, to accompany him as an escort. Well, only two nr three day eta peed, after hi depart ure, when a f w ofthe Pennsylvania Volunteer went to Visit a email village near the field of Cntrr lie they wee eel on by n nn r. her of Villagers, attacked with atones and euch missile, and two of their number killed. The survivor hastened into ramp, when a detach ment of forty or fifty of their comradea, highly exasperated, hastened to the eccneof violence, and commenced an inttieeriminate massacre of the irnilee in the village. They killcb,...

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. — 4 March 1848

Pl"JLUi!i-i.tU'llij $caMMefi 3 IhVl.RMhUtf but a Ceuntrr cl. A yoort lri fciuthfef of if rlculturW, af ter having Wt Introduced to a tonptlnf of laa rr.aero tanm, lo neighboring elry, beard oo of thtm remit to the etheri' tn a low ,'tono, ae tompintoil with ' orornfut smile, ibe'i oethlng but o country girl.' Upon her cetera bom, the tiit lb icarnfal MIm a not, which rontaloed eomething likt the following liiea: '" . I know that I'm a country girl,. And more thin thli, I know ' 1 "" That' luth fkr rithef would I bo, ' Than her I'm writing to , For pride of hurt, lad ocornfal akt, Detested are where vet tMt A country girl ind whit It then fa dreadful In the name t , - .... . -Tho verdant yet I've too micb mam for that to bluah with abame ' For it will ever tourvd well 7 . . , To mo it that of city belli. I Would not change my leuntry homo) ' When nature'! icene o'ert preid. For on where earth cao icirco bo ma, Or bin aky overhead., For ill the wealth ind tpleadid dio, Tour 'languid b...

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. — 11 March 1848

HNS Or TflE AIHEItlCAIf B. MASSES I Pt7.Vt.miK SEPH EWEI.Y. ; S PaoratsToas. jr. jr. MJia$Bn. Editor. itar in Centre MUty, in the rear of M. ser's Store.) B AMERICAN is published every Satur t TWO DOLLARS per annum to he alf yearly in advance. No paper diaeontin 'I Alt arrcsrarea are paid. luhec.riptiona received for a IfM period than mm. - All communication or letter on relating to the office, to insure attention, e POST PAID. SIX YEATtS AGO E children Wan to cry for Sherman's Lo nge. : The neiee wss not a.) loud at that ut it ha kept incresslng ever ince. and nnw com eo great that the month of the Httle mi eearee he etopped. Dr. Sherman symp- ith the Mile suhvrers, and vrry much re tat anr of them ehnold he disappointed. na- the vast benefit which haa been confer- on the community by the introduction of .IliMe . WORK LOZHNOIie, entered into srrangwmente for enlarging hi dory, by meana of which he think he will to auppty the demand. And the same peina e will be taken, that then cel...

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. — 11 March 1848

.AttlllVAIa OP THR . , 8TK A M 91 r !! Jl R ITANX I A . Upating nfihf. Tit irhh Parliament Ureal Advance in Cttllon-DetUue in the drain Market. ' ' ' The steamship Britannia arrived : at Boston on Saturday morning, efier 8 protracted paerago of 21 days. She brought news two Weeks laler from Europe. ' : .. , , The news is altogether favorable. The a pect of business abroad has improvod, and inn hey continues plenty. There in a decline in lite corn mirket, caused by the large supplies of home produce end in creased importations.,., ; . .'. The cotton market ha improvod in prices, owinjf to the deininiahed receipts. The retaliatory system ol pout ape on foreign letter, adopted ty the American Postmaster General, linn produced an rflcct abroad; and as they are beginning to leel ita inconveniences, liiey of course a I no begin to condemn Mr. John win for what they call bis illiberally. We. an gnr from thin a speedy settlement of the d.lR culty on fair term of reciprocity. Siiiily ha been...

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. — 11 March 1848

mmmmmmmmfmi i.nutn u. Correspondence ef the public Ledger v. , rnoi AVAitinnTiiit. 7 . WasaiNa-rwr, Mireh Alb, 1818. '- The Treaty it not yet ratified, and lha proba bility ia the Senate in now disemsinfr article for article, amending and striking cut ItiHtity, and that the main question rn the ratification of the Treaty will mil be put till next Thursday rtr Friday. The Midi article, containing thoclaiiHe in re pard to th" Empress no grant, ha been re jected sltnjrr-tlirrV Thia all llttf friends of the administration wore willinp to do, out of respect for the President, who recommended it, and with a view to appearing the S.-naiora Irom Texas, IloiMon and Rusk, who have both mnde admirable speeches against the Treaty. Oen Houston denounced it vehemently, and would eonner lose hia riff ht arm than vote for it, amen ded or not amended, and General Husk will only vote for it nnb moda Mr. Hen inn is atill opposed to it in 'oto. Mr. Allen will not vote for its confirmation in any shape,...

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. — 11 March 1848

A Horrltu ?. vVe copy the following from Donnovati'e Ad features in Mexico f r . ...... , , On the evening of May 10th, 'two American officers, belonging to ome tef tho volunteer corps, attended the Cathedral where eertaln services were held appertaining to tho nuna at the Convent at Sin Francis situated in the wes tern part of the city. The Cathedral was 61led as usual, with a large crowd of the faithful. and at the conclusion of the . ceremonies, when they were dispersing, two officers lingered In the church, gating at the explosive ornament Aa they were alo in the act of retiring, a nun, who remained behind the rest of the sisterhood made a sign to the officer who waa atowty fol lowing his comrade, that ahe desired to speak to him. Returning to the nun, a dialogue en sued in substance, as follows: You are an American f I am, madam, and but recently from that land of Yankees.' 'I presume, sir, you are man of honor and discretion V Those qualities, added to courage, make up tbo com...

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. — 18 March 1848

.,..-. -Jy ' a-4 a.r . . I f. B. MAIMER, ."."" rtiitMiM e JUErtt EWEI.T. SJWattT. , s in Ctnirf Jiity, i tit rime nf W. atiec- '. ter't Start.) HE AM RHUS AN" iseblUV) ry Satnr at TWO'tJOLT.ArHI pr armor to lit . half yearly In ed- i M ppe 4iMMHfai till AiA arrearage am paid,; .i , , o subscriptions received wr a Iran period than wont. All communication r letter on nM relating tn the nrnce, to Innra hrtsatton, t he POST PAID'' vn ? i a SIX ACO HE children began to y Sherman' L . sengs. The noise we not . loud at that '. hut il ha kept inCreaatng am ainc. anil tw nrenm an great tttt 1h months of fit KHla I can scarce ha etepped. Or. Sherman strop s with tha little aufFrere, ami .rv much re- that any of thrm should he disappointed wing the taat benefit which haa bran confer bpnn tha community by lha introduction of infelliM . ' " WOXKXOIBWOll, entered into arrangemenra for enlarging hi iufie.tory,hy imum of which ha think be will Me to supply the demand. And the aeme pains care will h...

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. — 18 March 1848

- J' J --' CorretpoauVnce af the Public Ledger l' , ?sb Mitel t Vo will Aiid notuingia-tria- ctlior a.pia' in regard to th treaty tbirt t hV no, mentioned In fa Mm.Tfy JtffajW&tmUt. Trit trt j into aim p by, amending vhwr' or leif ihr er1Je1et?ii the frWty faon.". The firtt wast ha' lirikiuf flul-ofUi--fver( eionary rifhl in aost 150' milliortof tercels wtf rtltnrf) W Pmprii$in-iQ, gtntt, rti1 principally o Ir'iti priest and othi B,i. , tith u bjoots.it , .f m ea rtiM1' Tb 2d n the ettMsio of (lie jurisdiction iif Mexico, and tbnAigbtlnmlhat lb Pope over tb Caiholi Cl.au m the ceded let ritory ; Thi wee, in my kmnbl opinion) very input tent aimmlment. . Any one- who knows iht in fluinc ei Ihe clergy or) air people speaking tb Spanish. tan juagCi will appreciate what mlnit means th clrgy,, of ilsco would hav bad by hia clause lo foment dwMUaMctioaaaddif cord, end to sow. th aead f r u vJt, if not nf re volution, in New -r Mexico and California, Tb present Tope, to ba aura, i a li...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 18 March 1848

'a'p ? , pl (CwtMMa2Hdt jrtha aWi LSfft1 I , V r A giitve PrriiHC I A .fTAUMS.eiNi.Maeh 1848 SMiTt JMJIr JtWfc r.7Ko'wMi, a itipplement to' fcjjct?il,rV . The bill relative ta tha Cosarittn-5ebnn1e f thia Commonwealth wm Ukn ( , author!, seethe Direerore ta prwefit tha rntradaetion at children at rwnil under lit trirrntit After a. debate, In whieh Meesr. ftandersqnjattbiae, Johnson rxlortir1ofrr,tp nii'ndment wat offered and (rend to.. axing the age for the ad- mitiion of children at fee yeara. The bill, as thof amended. then rstd loal reading. ' Ho tit a B th" ReptledBf Mr. Myert. to provide for the reyieion.of the revenue lawa. Mr Friek.a aunphmeat relative to defalea :ion. ,1 iiii-j vi i: ' Mr. Fox, the . bill to aeeare pnrchatert at therilTa aalea-i-ai rortiVnittad. ' ' ' -". ' The Governor hae ttgned The bill for the bet or regulation of the Fire Department of the city nd county of Philadelphia. , Alto, the bill for ba removal of theeeat of justice 'of Schuylkill ounty, from Or...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 18 March 1848

Stee mt Lews) Year, 8am Sfl.it t home, oa flaw Ytar'e day, V . in dishabille. Hia brard iu onahsved, hit hair wet iMMbK hie boos vra anblecked. ind . . . lnln ksck in e ptcturrtie attitude, ' '" with tba mantelpiece, tatoking - egir. Sam thoof lit to himeelf that It wis v ' le,P 7r. how gJortooa It wouM be if the 7if Udiei could only ba Induced lo mi the mm 'v- tioo, in ccordwK with their ancient prWi. 7 .iPfM. - At tit ut watching ths) moke which " y f gracefully curled, hU faecy glowed with Iho : Mow delightful it woo Id be to have the deer omlurei fondling on hftn, and with ten der tbwicos endeavoring to do the agreeable I At he meditated hie heart softened, end he ho fan to Ml a tquramtah, worranrah sensibility .diffusa itself over hie feelinga, end thought he would faint with propriety the fit at lime young lady ehoold aqoeete hie hand. ." - . ' Rap, rap, rap,' sounded at the door. 8am peeped through the Venetian blinds. ' Jterey eiclaimed he, 'ifhere lent Miaa Jones, and I all...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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