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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 18 September 1841

! il TERMS OF THE "AMERICAS." 1JNBUR AMERICAN. HENRY B. MA8SER, JOSEPH EI8ELY. I PtBi.snaa i 5 PaoraitToas. I square I insertion, . fr) (4 t do S d6 . . . q 7ft 1 do 3 do . . 1 00 Evry suWquenl insert!) n, . o SA Yearly Advertisement, (with the privilege 4 . It. JBJSSER, Editor. orrici i Kiitn stbiit, kias iJ THE - AMERICAN" li publiiheJ every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till Att arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for a leia period than u othi. All communication! or Ictiera on buaineaa relating to the office, to inac.re attention, tnust be POST PAID. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. alteration) one column $25 ( half 'column, fIS, three squares, $12( two etfuares, fV t one square. $5. Without lira frrivilege eT alteration a liberal discourit tvill be made. Absolute acquiescence in the decision! of the majority, the vital principle of Republica, from which thore is no appeal but to force, the vital principle and immedia...

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 September 1841

MESIAQG MO TH FrrlIrnt of the 1'nlted State., Returning, k-tVA Aft oljections, the Dill topf v'defut the better Collection, $ife keeping ami disbursement nf the public revenue, b$ mrant of a Corporation, to It it if ltd the "Fiscal Corpor ation rf tlu Vnited State." September 9, 184!. Te the Hoc or RtratttHTATivxi or tii Uhitio Static i ft is with extreme regrel that I feel myself eon- rained, by the duty faithfully to execute the of r"ico of President ol tha United State, anil to lli Kl of my ability to preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of tha United 3tte, to return to hit Mouse in which it originated, tha bill Hio pro x Iito for the collection, safe-keeping, and disburse ment ol the public r venue, by meana of a corpora n m In be ') lcd the Fitcal Corporation of lha Uni ir l States with my written objections. In my meimago acnt to tha Senate on the 10th I'V of August tart, leturning the bill "to incorpor ate the subscriber to tha Fiscal Bank of lha United fMttteo. f d...

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. — 18 September 1841

r - our most hearty approval, and that we regard such en immense moniej power anti-republican, aud hostile to our institutions. Resohed, That we are perfectly satisfied with the ticket formed by the late county convention) that we have entire confidence in the ability, integrity, and democratic principles of David B. Montgomery, and the candidates nominated by the convention, and that we will give them our undivided support. Resolved, That the delegate acted fairly and ho norably in the formation of the ticket, and that the attempt to divide the Democratic party of this coun ty, during the present important gubernatorial con test, deserves the severest reprehension. That the only effect of such an attempt will be to elect a whig, and an opponent of Gov, Porter; and whe :ther prompted by private animosity, individual dis appointment, or a real desire by these means to e lect Gen. Frirk, the whig candidate, such conduct is equally treacherous to the Democratic party, and hostile to it...

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. — 18 September 1841

Jl A IV Hi. NOTi: LIST. lEilSI.VAXIA. Tre following lint showi the curr.Tit nlue uf V Pennsylvania Hank Notrt. The mo:t implicit rr li me may be placed upon it, as it i etTV Hue carefully compared with ai d coircclcJ fiou ltivk nell' Reporter, Hunks In IMtJ'.tidclphin. , - DlSC. I Nam. Locat.o. ,.HitAii NOTES AT PAR. Dank of North America1 . , Punk of the Northern Liberties , ' Hunk of Pennsvlvani'i , IVmk of Penn Township . . ( '.mimerrinl Hark of Pcim'n. . , I'nin'i r did Mtclisniis' Dank . Gi-aT.I Dank . . , cTciisnrgtoit H it k . Mn.ut.-icturors' A- Mechanics' Dank par par par Jinr par pur par pur pur par pr pur par par par Iicliunio' Dank Vovnme using Dink I hilmle India Dank S.hinlktll Rank , K'iilhvvaik Hank Western Dunk Country Hanks. Pittbhutg W'cstchi-slcr Hank of Pittsburg IS'ink of Chester County Hunk of Delaware County Hunk of Ocrmantown I'ank of Lewislown Hnnk of Midillelown Park of Montgomery Co. li: nk of Northumberland 1,'eik County Dunk I 'olumhia Dunk tc Uridge co...

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. — 25 September 1841

Tr.ltMS OF TUB "AMERICAN." HENRY B. MASSER," JOSEPH EISELY. 1 PuatisRr.ua A SO PHOmiKTORS. it. b. jnjissKii, aauor, i f i -ii i - -i i i sr omCB I IT MARKET TRKKT, KtAR DEES. THE" AMERICAN" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be pdiJ half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till ALU arrearages are paid. No subscription! received for a less period than six months. All communications or Idlers on business rclnting to the ollice, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. MACIIIM5 POETUV. Well, Dill, we'll put our machine in motion once more. Recollect the last time we used it some of the gearing got out of order and knocked down a whole stanza into the middle of chaos. Look sharp after it this time, and be particularly careful that it commits no plagiarism. Give ui an assortment of Stanzas. There is not a valley in this wide world so sweet As that where they've lobsters and oysters to cat ) And down to that beach a poor exile of Erin One morning I spied with a ...

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. — 25 September 1841

From iht SMt Capitol Gazelle, STATA HRDTt Tn the remarks which we mads on the subject of ihe State Deht, published in Tmr Issl paper bin one, we adverted to the Tact that Governor Porter hid not incurred fl ONE DOLLAR OF DEBT FOR Oil ON ACCOUNT OF ANY NEW PUBLIC WORK Dcommenccd during hi Ad ministration. Thif fact remain uncontradicted, for ilie simple reason that it is STRICTLY TRUE I We intend, in continuation of our former re marks, to prove, hy the best of all evidence, to wit, an extract from the 9th section of the Act of 1 3th I'ebiuary, 1836, rcchartering the Bank of the Uni ted States, that (ho amount of the State Debt could nut at this lime have exceeded the total that it was u hen Governor Wolf retired from office, but for tlie fully and madn of Joseph Ritner. The 9th (Section of Ikaj Act contains the following words : "It shall be' the duty of the Canal Commissioners to put under contract, not less than twenty miles nor mora than forty miles of the North Branch di vision ...

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. — 25 September 1841

deed to Gdverher Porter, to tend the Buckshot he to and quindom friend of Thad Stevens, the anil bt paving Henry Fiick, to the legislature from a county that usually gives a little lea than a thou aand democratic majority. But we are unwilling to believe that any true democrat will persist in fur ther opposition Id the democratic ticket, merely be cause that ticket ia not composed of the men of his own entire choosing. We all know that where there are several candidates seeking a nomination fur the! earns office, aome must be disappointed, and to yield to the will of the majority Is democratic, Therefore, Resolved, That David B. Montgomery being rcgula'ly, and to all appearances fairly nominated for the legislature at a regularly called county con 'ontion, we feci bound aa democrats to support as veil Montgomery, aa the rest of the democratic icket from the Governor. Resolved, That Mr. Montgomery's frankness in ipenly avowing his willingness to withdraw fro m he contest if fraud, tr...

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. — 25 September 1841

it a i k x o r i: ist., im:x:syi71 axia. The fil'nwing list shows the current value of nil I'rniiKylvniiiii Hunk Notes. The tinvl implicit re li.ii.ee may I in placed lt)oti it, an it isrfvry fir ... I. .11 I ...i.l. . .1 ..... 1 i ! I:.. I I ll's li 'i'lllT. K;ttili lii l'lilladt Ifilit:!. Namf. Location. ' I mi. n. N O TKS A T P A K. Punk of North America . , tuir I 'link ol (lit Nnilhern Liberties , , li'iuk of I'riiiiKxIvaniii , lank of Fenn Township . , 1 . 'umiitcrriiil Hank of Pi'im'a. . , r mi cis' nnil Mechanics' Dank ; .i iir.l Hani, , , i i ii-ii. uiini n.Hik . , '.n ulacturt r' A Mechanics' Bank . 1 1 1 hauirV Dank , , ! oviimi lis ing Hunk' , ! I limit Iphil Util.k linvlkill Hank "MtlitMuk If link , . W t-i-ic rn Hunk . . found y ItillilvS. ink of Pittsburg l'hl hlnn g Mil; el Chester County W t'otftliUT H. nk ol 1 h'hwnre Comity Chester I'tiiknl (I'ftmaiilnwii (it'imaiituwu i'mik of l.t welmvii Lrwistowu 1 'iik of Middlctnwii Miildletovvii !" Jiik of Motilnomrrv Co. No...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 2 October 1841

TTTTM FTP 1TTTTD W A imrTTDTrr a it iMtiti or aikutisiv; I square 1 insertion, . . ft) f.4 I do S do . .o 7,r, 1 do 3 ih . . o() Every subsequent insprlii n, 0 2.1 Yearly Advertisements, (witli the privilege ol alteration) utin column $ S3 half column, three (quart , f 1 2 1 two square, f B ; one squsie, f.. Without the privilege of alteration a libeiol di.-coont will bo made. Advertisements left without direction aa to thd length of lititrj they are to he published, will be continued until ordered out, and chatted accord inglv. CjflxtPen liriPJ matte t aqtiare. It. .n.1SSKIly Editor. orrici i m ah k st ithiit, mm Etn. THE AMERICAN" in published every Patur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to he paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a 1pm period linn aix months All communications or letter on business relating to the olfice, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. , AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Absolute acquiescence in th...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 2 October 1841

rgm I'tvm the American ficntinel. Dint Debt. Sims of the Whig presae are urging their po iiivnl frirnJ to oppose the re-election of Governor Porter, on account of heavy taxe an ! ihe increase of f h public- debt. ItwoulJ seem hul f.ilr, Ihit they should say at the ratne time that the Whig Rcpre. scntalivea from the city have always with scarcely an exception, voted for every extension of the puh. ho works, an J tor the local appropriation from the State Treasury from which the atate dull bai lisen and for all the taxe which have been impo sed on the people; whilst Governor Porter has on various occasions interposed hie veto to prevent I wlher extension and uselcaa appropriation, which Whig hou-ei had paused. We refer foi example I I the Gettysburg Kail KoaJ, and the Wisconisco Feeder. But is theie not qnite as much cms, for com I1 lint at the conduct of the whig City Councils 1 I s not the City debt ai oppressive aa lh State debt? Ha not the eople' money been squandered, at tvi-l as...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 2 October 1841

I VII II '' I.I I,. , ' These calculation are no! merely theoretical or speculative, lut are tested by actual results in daily operation, and are baaed upon the actual cost of the material, allowing profit to the producer. Ano ther decided advantage that we posse, ia that no accumulation of atock on hand ia required. The coal can le brought from the mine daily, on the tail road, to the mouth of the furnace, without once unloading. We are surrounded wilh limestone, ac cessible at all times j and the iron ore, when the basin ia frozen over, can be brought in sled, if ne cessary, at trilling expense, The amount of stork lo be kept on hand, which is such a heavy item of expense in other furnaces, will be, comparatively rpcokinp, almost nothing, and during the navigation of the canal, returns can 1 made every ten days, or two weeks at the furthest. The loading and unloading of cars, which costs about twenty rents each, forms a heavy item of ex pense in a large establishment. Matters can ...

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. — 2 October 1841

ll .1 !V K OT K LIST. ri:sLv.i,i.i. TtiC filhivvimr list shows iliprurr.nl value f nil Pennsylvania Bunk N.iltn. Tlio most in li'tt re liance may Ic placed upon it, a it Wtn-.ty tank an fully compared with ai J orrrcicd fioni Biik nlTs Reporter. ItuiiLn In IMilla Iplihi. 1l.SC. 11 ;AMF. LOCATION, I'iiiLaii. pnr . ar I"" . "r par . pur .;,r par nr . i-iir pr i.ir mr . pnr par NOTES AT pa r. Hank of Morlh America (Innk of flir Noilliprn l.ibritirs H n,k .if IVniisilvkiiia . Pink of Perm Township . , i.'oii.inprrinl Bunk of Penn'n. . r mm' mill Mechanics' Bunk . Ci-nr.l II:1llk Kensington Bank . M:n u'nrturers' A- Mechanics' Hunk Mi rlisinic' Uank . 'Uovnm.iising Bank . I blind. Iphis Hank .'.hnvlkill Bank nthwini Hunk Western Hunk Count rr Hanks. Hul k of Pillsburg it-ink f Chester County LS.iiilc of Delaware Count Hank of Ocrmantown Hunk i f Lew istown .'.ink of Middletown i'ank of Montgomery Co. II. .nk of Miirthnmbcrlaiid Pciks County IJiink '.liimM.i D.mk iV Bridge co 1 nlislo Ban...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 9 October 1841

TEItMS OP THE M AMERICAS." rtucfcs or ai rui isiAfc, I square I Insertion, , s ft) 5ft i do 1 do . .0 7 1 do ' 3 . d a . i 00 Evrry subsequent Inserts h, . 0 (it Yearly Advertisement, f with the nrWiWe nt HENRT B. MA8SER, JOSEPH EISBLY. J PiioraikTORf. . B. JfMSSEtl, Editor, 'fofflCi 1ST MAN KKT STREET, Kit A MKR. THE - AMERICAN" it published trtry 8ior Oir at TWO DOLLARS per annum to b paiJ half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all krrraragpa are paid. INo subscriptions received for a loaf period than tx MOiiTMS. All communications or Ictiera on business relating to the office, to insure attention, muat be POST PAID. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL: alteration) on column f 35 half column, fig, three squares, f 11 two square, f V on square. 5. Without the privilege of alteration a liberal Absolut, acquiescence in the decision of the tnajorl-y, the vital principle of Republic, from which there is no appeal but to force, the vital principle and Immediate parent of de.p ,ii.m.-Jira....

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. — 9 October 1841

-Front the Philadelphia Gaxtttt. fcnVK DAT! LATEH FROM KHALARD. Tht picket ebip Shenandoah arrived at thli port laat evening bringing Liverpool date k the 9h jH. Tbe newt by hit I of little Importance ex cept from China, whaie disposition it evinced oa the patt t,f th empeior to purtu the war Keah d tli late Commicaloner at Canton waa to be tplit In two oo hit arrive! tt Pekln by order of the Emperor, and t Countellor for lecominendiiig prac bad bit flesh torn from li't bone a pleasant govern ment to trrre. Tea had fallen la London. Money wan scarce. The subject of the Cera Lawa la atill the cauae of agitation throughout the kingdom. The overland Mail from China had arrived, bringing ilalra fiora Canton to the 19th, and Macao tolheSOth of May. Captain Elliot waa tempor iting wi h tho Chinese authorities, and had auccee ded in obtaining a ehipment of 1 1,000,000 pounda f Tea, and expected to get out at much ot more by the cloee of iho month. A ahip from England loaded with provieiona...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 9 October 1841

From the New York Evening Post, i A tetter from Ueiiertvl Jackson. We tre pleased to publish (he fallowing charac teristic letter from General Jackson, Nothing Ire frsnk, loss manly or Iom magninimoui coulJ have been expected from the venerable occupant of the Hermilage. Mr. Tyler haa reason to be proud of the generous but discriminating Approbation of the honeat aud foarlcss patriot, whose opinion in ell questions in which true dignity and honor are con ceived, ia more than that of all Clay's and Web let's, Tallmage and Dells that the world haa pro sluccd. General Jackaon ahows that he ia alill faithful lo the cauae of the people; and describing the nature of government, inaiats upon giving that simplicity and directness to its action, which alone can secure its highest advantage, Hebkitaox, 8ept. 11 ih, 1811. Sir, Your letter of the S8ih ult., with iia enclo inre, the resolutions of the Democratic Republican Mas Convention, held in the Oth Ward of the city jf New York, on tho 28th...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 9 October 1841

- IfilWIIIJN " "'""J L . --111 J AiOTE LINT. JLt A H PGXXSTLVAX1A. The fnllowind lint shows the rurnnt value of all Pennsylvania Bnnk Notes. The tno't implicit re. li iiirp miy le placed Upon it. ss it i evry week ranfully computed with ai d corrected fiom Biik mil's Reporter. ilauks In riilladclphln. ... , Pise. i .MM. I.UCATIU.1, PuiLAt. par . par par . pr par . par par . par par . par pur . par par . par par NOTES AT PAR. Punk of North America Bank of the Noill.crn Liberties . Bmk of I'rt Ivnnia . Rank nf Peon Township . Oornrcn-ial Dunk of Benn'. . Fwn us' and Mechanics' Bank . Oi-r.l Bank . . Kpnt'rgton B-irk . . Manufacturers' ct Mcchanici Bunk M ccli nn ii-a Rank . . Mo smrnsing Dink . I'l ilad.lphi Bank lm llttlJ Bark Snuibnaik Hank . Wiatein Bunk Country Danlis. Ptltkbutg Westchester Bank of rutsliutg Dunk (f t'licfivr County Bul k of Delaware County Bank of Gcrmantown Bank of Lcwistown Bonk f MidJIctown Bank of Montgomery Co. B.ink of Northumberland Eciks County Bank Colum...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 16 October 1841

1 !'.!? THIOLS OF THE "AMEKICAX." HENRY" D. MASHER, JOSEPH EISBLY. ? rVtLtSIIRItS AHD 5 Phopriktori. . XT. .MNSElt, Editor, (orrici in markst rmtir, mcar rttn. THE " AMERICA N" in published everv Satiir Jay at TWO DOLLARS per annum lo be said half yearly in advance. No paper" discontin ued till ah arrearages are paiJ. No subscriptions received fur a lea period lhan MX momth. All communications or li-uera on msineas relating to the oilice, to inaure attention, nuat be POST PAID. UNBTOY AMER AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL, Absolute acquiescence in the decision of the tnnjorly, the witat principle of Republic, from which there i no appral but to force, the vii.it piin lde and Immediate parent of deap itiam. J e ntrcao . Ky Masscr & Elscly. Suubury, Xorthunibcrlaud Co. Ta. Saturday, October 10, IS II. To. ll- t. III. A PSALM OP LIFE. (Z?y PrJeiaor Longfellow.) DAT TBI HKAItT Of THE TOirXO Milt fAtO TO TRS rtMIT. Trtt me not, in mournful number, Life i but an empty dieain ! For the (nul i dead...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 16 October 1841

r t 11 'J L" .!!, ?'-' .I I. JJ I. . . I ".!toga From lAe SavannnA Iitpublican, Oct. 7. I.Me wiel Important from Florid. Mon Nntvw MrmtTTn Accipkxt to tii U. 8, S'ruMtit BiutronT, n lose o l.tvt. ThieVi'torn era arrivid yrcrday fr m Florii'a, irrii j inlelligoi.co from I lie teal of war up to a late di e. From letters nnj verbal Information t.v thee ar tiat, wr-make up iha subjoined condensed sum mary of the newt rcreivcJ. There hatWn tjuilo heavy atorm at the South, hut oro glad to learn that no serious Oamnjo n ust'iine.l. On Stimley, 26ih ult., 8 milet from Gray' Fer ry, f atty of InJiana killed Mr. Jonathan Tliiiin and a Mr. Barter, and dr.vo off some Cattle, t i king with them about 20 bushels of Corn lliry ! wore f, Ho we J the next day, ant the place fouuJ whero thry had camped during the night. On thu SOih.nenr Black Crek, Messrs. Bleat h and Pcnner were fired on, and the former killed. The Int er escaped. On tho 30ih, about 8 mil.-s fiam Fort Crane, two brothers named Halla...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 16 October 1841

l-ii-l'JjJ'.U L .J-'J-IJ 11 !' J 'J Election Notts. Mam wit ton. rat Avalascii Hurrah for Old Berks The honest Germane of old lieiks, the home or Judge Dank, who were to be gullet! Into hit Honor't eupport, hove given DavlJ R, Pom ter 4383 majority. Whiggiee those Dutch aie not a dumb a you look them to be. fccHtttKut.. The yeomanry ofSchnylkill have Jone iheir duty lliii time. A majority of 999 for Porter proves that thry are atlll true to their old faith. We give the following additional patlieulars, which render it pretty certain that our patriotic and faithful Governor David R. Porter ia re-elccieJ, by upwards of 10,000 majority The majorities are only given. Oocirtus. Porter, Banks, Adams, G Bedford, 300 Derkt, 4SS5 Duck 405 Centre, U0 Chester, 200 Columbia, 1500 Cunl-erland, 800 Clinton, S00 Dauphin, 875 Delaware, SIC Franklin, 500 Huntingdon, 726 Juniata, 200 Lnxerii, 1 200 Lancaster, 3164 Lebanon, 225 Lycoming, 600 Morvgomeiy, 1 000 Northampton, II 55 Noiihumberlar.d, 10.14 ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 16 October 1841

ME II A ML N 6 T C 1. 1 S T 7 rnssiLV.iMA. Tie flowing list lina theeiirr.rit value of nli Pert sv ivni hi Hm k Nod 'I lie most in 1 : t 1 1 rr lim er ninv If placid upon it, as it is 'enry Wit k can ft.lv C"in mcd with ai d corrected fioin LLk Iicll'a Ri porter. i::;n!is In riilladclrlifn. LoCATIOS. a t r.n. Pur. t PlIILAl). j.r . par pa. . p r I"' . pm j.,.r pur f'!" . par ir . r par . p.r 1" NOTTS Bank rf North Amoiieii Tank of the. Noitherii Liberties . Hunk nf Pcnnsclvania , Batik uf IVrn Township , , Commercial Bank of Perm'. . Fmrr us' and Mechanic' Bank , firard Bank i a Kensington Bark . . Mui.u!flrtir!-re' & Mechanics' Bunk Mechanic.-.' Bank , Mot nu ning Bank , 1 l.iWi l hin L'ni.k . . B.'hmlliiil Bui k Smithwaik Brink . Wivo.ii Bank Country KnnlUs. Vr.tk or Pittsburg )J ink ( f ('Lester County U I k of LYIuwarc County It.ii'k of Oi iinantowh Unnk nl l eu blow n V?.uk i f Middled wn Balk of M unison, cry Co. 11. r.k of Niirihninbrtlrind Erik Comity Hunk Columbia Bank ...

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