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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 July 1841

m:iuis or the "amuucuv s roi HENRY D. MASKER, josenr eisei.y. Prni.tRnr-.as aku 'llOPUltTORl. . .It.lSSEit, r.ditor. orrici i mtT btrket, niar Bi.ru.) THR ' AMERICAN" is published every Pnlur .lay nt TWO DOLLARS per tnnmn In lie aid Imlf yearly in advance. No paper disoouiiu jcd till ALb aires ragis are paid. No subscription received for n less period than ix mostiih. All communication or l-Hrr on ausincfis relating to (ho office, lo insure attention, must be POST PAID. 'J'lic following exhibits the genius and talent of a mis port, of one who is destined to render himself inmortnl by his inspiration. There is a moral lo t, an inspiration, winch should stir up the aoul of very lilwral minded and iiil?lligenl being i lUmtvn Vruntrrlpt, Advantage of taking IVewspnper. I know (wo friends, M much ahko As e'er you sew two stumps; And no phrciinlog st could find A dillcttiicu in tin ir bulling. One took the prtpers, and his life Wns happier than a king's') Ills children ull can rend mid wr...

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. — 3 July 1841

ADDRESS, n'Tt DKJtOCIIATIC CKRTHAl CUIITT, 'JO THE PEOPLE OF PENNSYLVANIA. No 8. Fxiiow Cm. The next veto message, ' i.teh w shall anelyt tot the information of the :-pf6f Pennsylvania, will be that upon bill, enti "An act for tht rtlef of certain contractor! . tht Wetter extension of tht Pennsylvania jtitilrtHid." . Tht provision contained in this bill were ao iiii!frt.y unjust and obnoxious, tbat it ia difficult oonceive, what real friend of tbe Iniereate of the wmroonwenlih can withhold ftom Got. Pobtxr, i0 rneed of approbation, for having refund to let tl.em become a law. Three provision were oolh V lets, than to put THOUSANDS OP DOL. J ARSinio the pockcta of the centractor on the fm.nrja Gettysburg Railroad, In the ah ape of in- ctt upon debts alleged to be due to them. The ' ' I even went ao far a to make liberal allowancea ? interest to tho who had been already paid the 'mount found to bo due to ihem, on re-measure li.nnl of the work done. Tbia waa an entirely nor. ! end unpr...

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. — 3 July 1841

' The tut C'ensnsRepreaenfatlon tit The following will be the representation in Con- grew, from llio several states, agreeably to the late census of the population. The present ratio ia one Member of the House for 47,700 inhabitant. Under the new dlviaion it will be one for 60,000 ratio w hich Will alter very ma. teiially the relative atrength of many State.. According to the latter ratio, Main, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Dela ware will each retain the an me number of member. New Hampshire will loae I member, Vermont 1, Rhode faland I, Connecticut 1, Maryland I, Vir ginia 4,TVorlh Carolina 3, Mouth Carolina 2, Geor gia 1, Tennessee 1, and Kentucky I, making logo Kwa of 1 9 member. Ohio will gain 0 members, Indiana 4, Illinois 4, Michigan S, Alabama 1, Mississippi 3, Louisisna I, Missouri 3, making together a gain of 23, or net addition to l" House of 7 Repiesctitatives. Tbe free States in tu? 8",ge iH gain 1 6 mem bets and lose 4, and the Si.ve" States wi...

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. — 3 July 1841

'-Jt !.imL..i..L,s HANK NOTE LIST The following list shows the current va!8 of ll Pennsylvania Dnnk Notes. The roost JFIic-tt rf sY nee may be placed upon It, i tvery inrrk oirifuliy compared with ai A corrected lioin Uuk nill't Kepnrter. Hunks in Ilillalvlphln. Nam.. Locat.os. 1 NOTES AT PAH. funk of America . . par Vank of (he Northern Liberties . . pa Kink of Pcnnsvlvanu . . pur l.'itlik of Pcnn Township . . . pur i 'ommorcial B.ink of Feiin'a. . , pjr t'TU'cra' and Mechanics' Batik . pur lii-ard 13 an l . . . mr Kensington Dank . . . par Manufacturers' Sl Mechanics' Bunk pa' An chanirs' Dink par .Vovamcnsing Bank . pt hitadclphia Bnnk . . '. par "vhuylkill Bank . . . par " .uthwark Hank . .pur H cstein Bank . par tommy Kanks. Vault uf Tiltfliurg !' .iik i)f Chester (Niiinty l; .nk if Delaware, County Hank uf Uermnnlow n I'.ni.U of Lcwistown ii.it, k of MidJlctown V . i.k of Montgomery Co. li. nk of Nurihiiml.ciiniid I'oiks County Bank Fittshuig Westchester ' par par par par pat ...

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. — 10 July 1841

-I tf Ti:itMS OP THE "AfllElllC'AX." HENRY D. MA8SER, Pirn Usui-as asd JOSEfH EISELY. S PRomiBToin. aMBBICAN, rmcEsor APVEnTisixc. I aquare 1 insertion, 0 CO 1 do 2 do . . .o 7.1 1 do 3 do . . (io Fv.-ry subsequent insortii.n, . o ! Yearly Advertisements, (with the privilege ol alteration) one column $25 half column, $18, three squares, f 12 two squares, $9; one square, ?'. Without the privilege of alteration a liberal discount will lie made. Advertisements left without direction as to the lenc'.h of time thef are lo be published, will be continued until ordered out, and charged accord ingly. (Sixteen lines make a aqunre. learn that an earthquake had produced all this ; but he will be, doubtless, that it should happen on the very day on which Tecumseh arrived at Detroit : . It. JMSSEIl, Editor. OTFICB IH. MARKET BTIIF.KT, NEAR IlEKR. THE" AMERICAN" i published every Satur Jay at TWO DOLLARS per annum to bo paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till ail arrearages are p...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 July 1841

Imrly fP ,h Itcimtiin Fly. The following paragraph, copied from the Har st'Ufg Telegraph of Wednesday, wilt be read iih intent by grower, or Wheat. If the remedy 'urns out lo be what ifi represented, it will prove c of the most important discoveries of the day i Passing the farm of Mr. Oglesby the other day, our attention was called to t field of wheat of ex '.raordinary promise, on which we were informed l o applied hii preventative, of the Hessian Fly. At short distance from it, on ground equally good, e were ahown field, where the remedy had not been applied that was greatly injured by the fly. It w.tuld not, we thought produce ono third part of the other field per acie. In the former field the lly haa not been eeen aince the wheat came up, while in the latter it waa visible In the fall, winter sml epring. These have been the test fields for 'his season, and they etill more conclusively satisfy Mr. Oglesby that he haa made the important dis covery that must result in an incalcula...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 July 1841

CONUItES. Wasbisoto, June 6ih. In Senate Mr. Cloy ii in the minority Rives, Archer, Preslon and Choate have come out against his bill, and all but Archrr in favor of the Fiscal Agent recommended by the Secretary of the Trei miry. The Democrats will go against both, and thus defeat the whole banking scheme of specula 4ora, stock-jobbers and political gamblers. Dy the way, Thaddrus Slevena is here, and is going on Monday next, to address the Sablmlh Schools, Surely who may not preach when Thaddcus holds forth. Clay, Rives and Archer hsd some warm woids, and Mr. Choate and the great Dictator had a little pantomine together. Clay endeavored by all the means in his power to browbeat Choate, but 'Ve did Dot do it, and was called to order by his own friend Mr. Preston. The Senate is in heap. There seems to be three, if not four distinct parties forming there, viz: Tyler's party, Clay's party, Webster's party, and the Democratic parly. Mr. Woodbury, as I wrote before, has shown up Swing's e...

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. — 10 July 1841

11 INK KOTU I 1ST. PEXXSIXTAMA. Tli following Hat show the current value of nil I'rMihsylvania Dunk Note. The most Implicit re liance may lie placed upon it, as it is every week Hrfu!ly compared with ai d corrected from Bick IifU't Reporter. Itanks in Philadelphia. . T ..- Disc, iw Nam. Location, 1'lllLAD. NOTES AT FAR. Punk of Ameiica . , I ink of the Northern Liberties . llink of Pennsylvania . , Hank of Pcnn Township , Commercial Hank of Pcnn'a. . , I" irmns' ond Mechanic' Bank . I !i-ord Dnnk . , , l.'cnsington Dank . . Manufacturers' & Mechanic' Bank . Mi'diaiiics' Dank . . Unyamensing Umk . ! luladelphin Bank . . '. hut Ikill Bank 'oithwark Bank . Western Bunk Country IfanUo Hank or Pittsburg li 'iik of Chester County IS.iiik of Delaware County Bank of Or nnantown I'ank "f Lctvistown Hank of Middlctown bunk of Montomery Co. ' nk of Northumberland u ikt County Bank Pittsburg Westchester Cheater Gcrmantown Lewistown Middlctown Norristown Northumberland par par par par par pa...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 17 July 1841

- - - 1 - . m 1'iuca or AwvEirmaso. 1 square I insertion, . fO 60 1 ' do 2 do . o 75 1 do 3 do 1 00 Every subsequent insertion, . 0 Sft Vnrlv AiYfnrriftftmentn. ( with thft tirivilpfi, nff UNBUKY AMBttI HENRY P.. MA8SER, JOSEPH EISELY. V Pum.IRIlF.RS ARB ROraiXTORS. n. it. n.issiut, Eauor. V - , i . , oFFICt I' M1RKRT STREET, NliR DEC.. THE " AM ER10AN" Is t.ublihpl every Salur ay nt TWO HOLLARS per annum to 1 mid half yearly in advance. No pnper d i scon tin icd till all arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for a less period than w mouths. All communications or letters on usiness relating to the office, to insure attention, nust be POST PAID. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL: alteration) one column half column, f!8, .1 i . an. - - inree squares, fii ; iwo pqunrcs, t j , one aqunre, .'). Without the privilege of alteration a liberal discount will bo ma-le. Absolute acquiescence in tho decisions of the mnjoriiy, tho vital prineiplo of Republics, from which there is no appeal hut to for...

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. — 17 July 1841

V-i? s ,.' . roil THE AMERICA!, "Out of the deep have I called unto Thee, Oh ! Lord! Lord licar my voice,"- JVrw 130. Ember of Light!" Thy gracious aid import, To snve the sinking soul, by sorrow riven, lid !fmpoRg cease, nnd sadd'ning thought depart, And lift the spirit to its homo in Heaven. Trials abound, and gloomy fenrs arc rife. To wenken fiiith, and quench the Spirit's power, A ml doul ts arise a.nd sick'ning care of life Press on the soul in this its darkest hour. My spirit sinks amid the gathering gloom, -Arid hope, the light of life, forever fled ; I long in rest within the silent tomb, Yet c'tn eternity's with doubt o'ui.-prcad. Put is "His arm short'nd, that He cannot save" lias Cod forgot Ilia mercy so o'crflowing 1 V, firm as adamant His Word we hnve, His grace on thoso who auk, in faith bestowing. "viviour, to Thee I come in humble prayer, Who bid'st the troubled waters, "Peace bo still Thy spirit sweetly soothes each ai.xious care, And bows the heart beneath thy sove...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 17 July 1841

illy at 6$ cents Hams at 6 to 8 cents t Sides t fij to 6J cents, and Shouldor at 1 to 4 J cents. Veitern Lard in kegs if held at 8 cents for No. 1. WHISKEY. The demand is very limited and ic tales small. Hhds. are held at 22 cU. and Mils, t S3 cm. The wagon price of bMs. is 20 els. excla ve of the barrel. PHILADELPHIA MARKET. Philadelphia, July 13. GRAIN. The receipts of Grain of all kinds con nucs moderate, and finds prompt sale at 120 a 22c for prime Pcnna. red ; a eate yesterday from tore of 2300 bushels, at 120c per bushel 5 South rn Rye 08c; Penna. do G2a63c; sales early in the cck of 25,000 bushels yellow Corn at 69aC0c, ince advanced ; a cargo sold to-day at 63c i white lorn is worth 59a50 ; and Southern Oats in de mnd at 40c It is not likely there will be an in 'ease of receipts of Grain until after harvest. 'Icared 366 bushels Wheat and 13G0 bushels Corn. WHISKEY is very t!ull, and prices merely ominal, there being no inquiry and no sales. From Bickncirt Reporter. Imports a...

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. — 17 July 1841

It A iVli NOT 12 LIST. rKlX!SVI.VAMi. Tlip following hit shows the current vnltiP nf nil Pennsylvania Dank Notes. The most implicit re liniu'.n may he placed upon it, it i enry vttk vnrifully compared wilh ai'd rorrpcled from Biek ncll's Reporter. HjuiKs In lMilIaI lIil;i. Namr. Location " I iiilah. NOTES AT PAR. Bank of North America , , par Haul; of tho Northern Liberties , , par Hank of Pennsvlvania , , pnr Batik of IVun Township . , , pnr t'onurcrt ml Hank ofPenn'a. . , pBr Farmers' nnd Mechanics' Bank , . par Oirard Bunk , , par Kensington H.wk . , par Manufacturers' & Mechanics' Dunk . pnr Mechanics' Bank . . . par Moyamcnsiiig Bunk . , par Philadelphia Bank" . . : pnr sehuylkill Dank ... pnr Soi.uiiwark Dank . . .par Western Uank . . par Country Hanks. Bank of Pittsburg Pitt.buig par Uank of Chester County Westchester par M ink of Delaware County Cheater par Dank of Gerrnatitown Gcrmanlown pur Dank of Lewistown Lcwislown pnr Dank of Middletown Middletown par Dank of Montg...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 July 1841

TERMS OF THE "AMEIUCAHV HENRY B. MASSER,? JOSEPH EI8ELY. SPuor.itxoiis. . B. MAUSER, tidUor orrict iir mibbst stbxst, hue mm. THE AMERICAN" published svery Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper diacontin ued till all arrearage are paid. No subscriptions received Tor a less period thin ix MOHtns. All communicationa or letter on business relating to the office, to insure attention, tnuat be POST PAID. SHJNBUJM AMEMCAN. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL: miCES OF ADVERTISING. t square I insertion, . Jo 60 1 do 3 do . . 0 76 1 do 3 dj I 00 Every subsequent insertii n, o lit Vr.rlv Advertisements. ( with the t rivilroa r - j ' , - r " alter. liiinl nrie rnlnmfl .25 1 half column. AIR three squares, $12 ; two squares, f 0 ( one square, ee tin. i . . i -I. .:jC - I . l. f.i. r imoui we privilege ui aiiciauuu uuviai discount will be made. Absolute acquiescence in the decisions of the majority, the vital principle of Republics, from which there is no appeal but to...

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. — 24 July 1841

mA-inrwitww9ymry Him . . .... m r-r-r ' h'fjm B'cknelt'i Reporter. . nUV.U, Or THU tiLKDOMi. fourteen Days later fros Ungland. Toe st-Mmship Caledonia arrived at Boston on ;-.i'unliy at one o'rlock, after a psagef II diys mj 18 hour. SIm rcaglied II tlifax in 11 days and 6 h m. Tho new, m will lie perceiveJ, i of nil impor ' itil chtacter, being no lf thsn disso'ntion of Pnrlinmoiit 'General Election-dtesdful iiol,nd tontof lile trw arrival of an ovcrlunj mail from India a alight riee in cotton and the settlement t' the Turco-Egyplian-Question. The Culodonia brought 74 passenger. Samuel Jaudon, E4 returned in the Caledonia, nnd if now, we believe, in this city. rite Acadia airived home on the morning of the ;;)ih, in ten and a half days from Halifax. The Great Wee era had not arrived tit Bristol Id day out. Trade in the manfuctnring 'district' was better. ( 'niton hud improved in demand, andV-Ua 1-4 in pr.ee lor American descriptions. Very little change m corn. The prospect for the ...

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. — 24 July 1841

without a precedent ,'t.rcept in the practice if tics rutic gtnvrtuncnh." There men have betrayed cither a want of honesty, or want of intelligence, or they would not thus attempt 1o IMPOSE upon the understanding of their fellow. We leave thrm to chooM either horn of the ili'oinnia. From the Baltimore American. Twcitly-Srvruth Congrrss. WAHHino'ro.t, July 10, 1841. UJUTKO STATES SENATE. LOAN BILL. The Senate resume J the consideration of the Loan Bill. The question being on its passage Mr. CALHOUN gave his reasons for voting a gfiinst this Bill. He began with the defence of the principle of withholding the supplies, whenever full explanation of the necessity and of the objects was not furnished. He contended that in this instance there had not been that sufficient explanation. II. id ihe same apiiit animated tho present Secretary which animated the last, there ouRhl not now to have been a deficit of one cent. The grant of live Millions of Treasury notes at the close of the last song...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 July 1841

II A K K NOT 13 LIST. reXXSlLVAKIA. The following list shows the current value of all Pennsylvania Hank Notre. The must implicit re H mre may be placed upon It, at it Utvtry wtek ran fully compared with at d corrected liom Bick lieU'e Kvporter. Hanks In Philadelphia. . Disc, m NlMI. LoCATIOl.. ,,Hil4i) NOTES AT PAR. Bank of North America . , Bank of the Northern Libertiee , Bank of Pcnnsvlvania . Bank of Penn Township . . Commercial Dank of Penn'e. . , Farmer' and Mechanic' Bank . Gi'ard Bank . Remington Bank . . Manufacturer' A Mechanic' Bunk . Meclianica' Bank . . par par par par par par par par par par p.r par par par par Mnvamensing Bank Philadelphia Bank Schu Ikill Bank South ark Bank Wcatein Bank Country Hanks. Fittabuig Westchesler Hunk of Pittsburg Bank of Chester County Bank of Delaware County Bank of Oermantowu Dank of Lew if town li.mk i f Middletown Bank of Montgomery Co. Bank of Nirlhumbrrlund licikt County Burik I 'olumhia Bunk A llridgo co. Carlis-lo Bank Doylestown B...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 31 July 1841

HUNBUBY AMBMGAK PRICES OF ADTERT1SLH 3, t squar 1 Insertion, a r) Kr) 1 do t do a a a . 0 TS 1 do 8 do . a a 100 Evry subsequent insertien, a a OM Yearlv Advertisement, fwith th nriviloa nt HENRY D. MA88ER, JOSEPH EISELY. J PtrBt.laHf.lia AHD S PaoraiiToas. . B. .V.IS.SElt. Editor. OFflCB Iff MARKET TIUBT, MtAR pit. ' THE" AMERICAN" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to bo paiJ half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a le period th(in 1 mouths. All communications or letters on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. ., . AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL: alteration) one column 1 23 half eoiumn, J1S, three sqnnre, $15; two square, f 9 one rquste, $S. Without the privilege of .Iteration a lilrl Absolute acquiescence in the decisions of the majority, the vital principle of Republics, from which there is no appeal but to force, the vital principle and immediate parent of despotism. ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 31 July 1841

From the St. Ijmit Evening Gazette, July 10. . The Confession of tha Negroes. Messrs. Chambers cfc-Knapp, of thin city, have uMfthcd, as moat of our reader are aware, a pirn hint of seventy or eighty page, containing the j mfcssinnt of the negroes, Madison, Warrick, Spa vard and Brown, who were executed yesterday, fur he m order of Dnker and Weaver In April last ( to .'her wilh lithographic likenesaca, Inkcn while hey were in jail. According to the statement of vladison ho waa boin in Virginia, the slave of Ana lrockmsn,snd waa eolJ when 12 or 16 years of age i a negro trader by the name of Blakely and ta . n to New Orleans. He aoon obtained the full confidence of his master, -rt urned with him to Maryland, and waa encouraged v him to tell "false talca" to slaves, whom ho with "I to purchase, and to aid him in coaxing ofT, or in "tooling and secreting others. The slavca were a'ld that his master waa from fieo state, and that thfy would be taken to Canada, out of the reach of their m...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 31 July 1841

y some buisness man a paper having a good and icculiar ctedit, but the reatrictioni proposed oper ted alike on the holder, and he wa at much gov rned by it aa the drawer, endorser or acceptor. 1r. Clay appealed to the candor of Senator if auch prohibition waa not unjust and improper. Mr. WALKER proposed a compromise, prohil ing membera of Congress aimply from having (heir otea discounted. Mr. CLAY thought the compromise conceded a uod deal. He would vote fur it, aa an amend icnt to the amendment, but then he would feel ound to vole againet the whole amrndment for to reason he had given. There was no reason for taking auch a discrimination. Mr. BUCHANAN pursued the argument in fa or of the amendment. One by one the proposi tus of the committee were in the course of being ruck from the Bill. He had hoped that in rein on to members of Congress would be retained, (embers of Congress from delicacy should wish to 3 under the prohibition. Mr. CLAY objected to out-lawing membera ' Congress ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 31 July 1841

BAKU S'OTE LIST. Ti c following list shows thncurnnt value of all Pcnns) Ivnnia Um.k Notes. The most implicit ro ll. u:ce mny le pin red upon it, it infiiry with i tir fu'ly compared with ai J corrected liom Bick i ell's l.i nortcr. i:anhs In riillaCclplihi. , , Disc. tr rVAJlr.. I.OCATIOS. ., NOTES AT PAR. I'snlt rf North Ameiii Punk of ilio Northern Liberties . t'uiiik of PetinsvlvHiiia , , Hank of Fenn Tub rti-liii, , I' liiiircroinl Hhi.I; of I'iMin'o. . , I'u'ii ok' di il Mechanics' Dank 'curd Hank . . Kenmt'ctin Ear k . . Vaeu :icl,ir r A- Mechanic' Bunk . " ch.'o-' L'a, k pur par par par par par pnr par pnr par psr par par par par i i n i !i:-8 I' .i k , j.iio.'. , ' .. j.i.rik:'! i; k Si'lltl'l". ink ll '.t . '.'.'mtcrn U ii '. ' T..:t k of ri't-'our.;' Piltsbuig Westchester Chi'btrr Getmanlown Lcwistown Middle-town Norristnwn par par par par par par ll.Hik if l -bestir i.Ynv'y lt.ii.lt i f IVmvnrc County 1! ii k if (!i niiai.towri !.' mil i I Lew istowu i.mk .f MiiW'ctown i...

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