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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 April 1849

ii - - m$ismimm AW W ir v U ; A - 1 H. B. MASSEK, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. office, Market street, opposite the post office. gl jFamflB iirtospaptr-Dtbotrti to Z)olftr, artcirahtrr, ittoralHjj, JFoteffln ana Domcstfc Jictos, Science an the arts, a&rfcnlturr, Jtt.irf.ets, amusements, rc. NEW SEMES A OL. a, lVO. . . SUNDUIIY, NOUTHUMliEUIAM) COUNTY, PA., SATUKDAt; APKIL 7, 1 849. i OLD SRRIK8 VOL. 9, NO. 28." TURNS OF TKE AMERICAS. : THE AMKItTCAN in puMislu-cl every Hiitiirchiy nt TWO 1MM.I.AHS1 per milium lo Ih- piiiil liitlf' yearly in mlvunce. No piiHar flictmliintol until all nrminifi-. nfc piiiil. All c-iimitliliteiitioilii ir IHK-n. im liii.int-w n-t-itillir tn tll otliee, to insure attention, must he I'll!' !' 1'AID. TO CLIUS. Ttirc copies to one address, PoOO Seven ! I'" li (HI Filirai " 1" l" St Five HIWir In iHivnnce will pay for three, year's sitlwrrip tiou lo the American. One Square of 10 lim-a, 3 liims, , hie siiiirc, 3 months, Six umiitlu, your, Ituninrc Curtis nf fiv...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 April 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. VERT LAVE IROM CALIFORNIA. - ., .... 4 -t . i - e the TAatr Mining Suspended -Arrival tf General Lane 'Female Wages in Cali fornia Contention io form a Provis ional Government Execution of Mur derers, .... News from Son Francisco lo the 25lh of January hns bec-n recuiveJ by way of Vera Cruz. ,. Tho winter hns been a very severe one in the gold country, twelve to eighteen Inches of snow being on the ground on the 1 1th of January. .The miners at that period had not suffered much, fur they were still digging a little, as the streams hud not risen any. They were very eomfortublo at that time, having good log-houses and plenty of wood and pro visions. Good judges are of opinion that ihere is at least six months' provisions in the mines. The "Alta California," of a luter date, snys, however, that the rivers were rising rapidly. The Sacramento rose' fifteen feet in three days, and communication be tween Fort Sacramento and the mining dis trict was cu...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 April 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SllAMOKlN JOURNAL. .from fjnrtisburg. '" i; " rES JtSTLVASIA, LEOILATtRE. ., . ., Harkis-buho, March 30. , KKate. Mr. Mason moved to proceed to e-consider the vote by which was passed, on Wednesday, the bill for the sale of the Williamsport and Elmira Railroad, which was not agreed to, yeas 7, nays 18. Mr. Best read in his place n further supple ment to the act to incorporate the Mill Creek and Mine Hill Navigation and Railroad Cdm pany. ' . Horse. Mr. Laird (Banks,) reported a gainst rechartering the Lancaster Bank ; be ing a minority report. Senate amendmenjs to the bill extending the charter of the Farmers Bank of Bucks county,, were concurred in. , Several amendments to the bill for the pro tection of miners and laborers were concur red in. The General EWtion District bill, after some debate, was referred to a committee of conference. ' The bill to incorporate a bank at Danville was discussed and negatived yeas 39, nays 42. Afternoon Session The bill establi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 April 1849

HOt n K OF THE NILE-IMlOVl:tUn. The Ittftt number of Liltrll's Livinff Ago lias a remarkably hitcrmtitiir. atlirlevjii Wont's expedition to thu whiws of tho Nil'- This wonderful slrenrn, our readers known, has never beon Intend li Sourer-, which is r-omewhero in the interior of Africa. Tho Vila has two lirmiche cnlled the Bltto Nile unci tlwi White Nile. Tho source or the for mer of these was difcovorcd by Bruce, in the interior of Abyssinia, but such was the popu luf belief that the sources of tho Nilo could not be discovered, that Hrttco was not bo lieved! Ono of the best modem travellers, who told tt very nccurnlo story, was not be lieved because it was incredible thai the springs of the Nile should be known, nr that such a peculiar raeo of blacks should rxisit ns were found in these regions of ancient Ethiopia! Believed or not, however, Bince's account was true. He did discover tin) spring of the Blue Nilo. But tho Blue Nile was much tho shortest branch. It boie the same relatio...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 April 1849

. . :.;. ; dLjymjmm0iijiM . , ' : ' " - ' ' ' t POPq-' J V OFFrCE.- MARKET STBEETWrE THE POST OFFICE, . .NEW 8EUIF.S VOL. ,,NO. i. TERMS OF Tilt: 4.311 lilt 4. i THE AMERICAN is published every Pstimkiy at TWO (OlXAHd peratmum to b ph1 hnlf yearly hi mlvaiice. Ne paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. . , AP communications or letters on tmiiiiiess rrL-iting to tile .Huta, to insure Munition, mast be POST PAID. " ...... TO CLUBS. .Tare atopies tn on aiKlrcss, Bsven Do . l)o 8100 . to tin Fifti Do Do do tin , Five dollars in siivnnee trill pay for three year ssulwcrip - tooa to lit American. Pui Squire ot 10 lines, 3 times, Jl 00 " Every subsequent insertion, .J 25 ' One Square-, 3 months. fi."ii Bis mouth, i . 87 One year, ,. sou RiisVncss Cants of Five lines, jicr annum, '3(H) Merchant! and others, ailverlitina liy tlm year, with the privilege ol inserting Oil- ,. I'erent advertisrrnents weekly. 10 W) W Larger Advertisements, us per agreement. ATTORNEY AT L A W , SUWBWHV....

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 April 1849

SUN BURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL HOW THCOOOnS HOOK GOT A DIICVIJI. "Lounging up Soho Square in the after fioon with Terry the actor, thft, nostril of th promr-nadcr tvtre iuldenly whited tvith a concord of wrt odon from a spa ciout irea. They iloppcdyi inufled the grateful incenae, and ; pveping down per ceived through the kitchen window pre paration! for a handsome dinner, evidently on the point of being served. WWrfa feast! said Terry. 'Jelly dog!-l ihould like to make one of them.' 'I'll take any bet,' returned Hook, Hhat .1 do call Jot me at ten o'clock, and you will find that I shall be able to give a tol erable account of the worthy gentleman's champarne and venison." So saying, he marched up the steps, gave an authorative 'tap with the knocker, and was quickly lost 4o the light of his astonished companion. At a matter ol course he was immediately ; ushered by the servant as an expected guest, into the drawing-room, where a large party , bad already assembled. - The apar...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 April 1849

0. SUNBUKY AMlAlICAN AND SH AM0K1N JOURNAL 'POETRY- tC?" The following fines ore evidently Ti4m .youthful aspirant to "poetic fame" vho is anxious to aee herself in print; Rnd :a we would rather encourage, than dampen the ardor of youthful genius, we give them a place in our columns. Lest some of our readers should be disposed to scan the ver se of "Claire" with a critics eye, we would suggest they probably have the merit of containing "more truth than poetry." If so, the young man who was "that night" exposed by the moon breaking through a cloud, to her who observed his "nightly revels" with "despair," must be drsperate indeed, il he does not profit by this lesson. For (lie American. NK1HT. Calm thou art in lliy mystic light, Gloriou ami beautiful uij-ht ! The lone afar of even' gives note of thy coming , 'Tit followed by twilight roaming, Aa twilight titles grin after gem, Shines forth In the Heavenly iliajein ) v Followed hy the mild queen of night, Asserting o'er the beautiful t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 April 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN ANT) SlIAMOKIN JOURNAL. plf0tf lUnrouts iUnttf r. ' NaCVoo, Illinois ftanroo, Illinois, is be 1 coming in object of' attention again in the Wert. The Miwtouri Republican contain' a letter from Nauydo, Which says s "' , . ." Onlr week since, there was an arriral at Wtntoo, of three hundred citizens of France, who are seeking that repose in quiet of our own well regulated goernment which they could not enjoy amid the stormy and pro criptire spirit which has so long ngitated their own country. This band of emigrants, struck with tho picturesque beauty of the place, and impressed with the fertility of the sorrounding country and tho healthfulness of the locality, hare come to the conclusion that no place an be better adapted to their wants than Nauroo. This company of emigrants is headed by ho distinguished Cabct, who is determined to make this place a nucleus for emigration. It is said that seven hundred, who belong to the same association, are ex peoted to meet their ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 April 1849

ymntmm mm.miM-.,im- ,- ..,,., .,, , ,....M . , mm .....m . ,,.. I, my .........y-.,, mill mi n y..n.. i.-.i. n...--. yw-rW'vlf-''''',,W 'n.'oi7,Y:in!iiR lUZ ... & gyMASSEB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. , : STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. l.rM",MlS,1,ai,1SSaBaaaaawsaaaaaaaaSaSaaa I " , - ,'. '-.iVf ir'.-.!. lnl.lt i- :..l il i 'l ' ; l i a JFrnntls ctospapcr-Sftootrt to Holmes, Hueraturr, ittoraiff, JFotttan nntt gomtstfc ileitis, Stfntcc thearts, aflricuUurr, .mnrfteis, amtisemcnts, c. : NEW SE1UK8 OL. 8, NO. 5. SUNBUItY, NOR.TIltMDBRLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, APRIIS, i849. OLD SERIES VOL. 9, NO. 31. TKnBIS OF TUB AMKRIt'AX. 1 THE AMERICAN ptiblt.liecl every SaOirday ot TWO !OljLAlifi per annum to lie paid half yearly In advance. No paper diec mtitined until all arrenrones nfe paid. Ail c .mimnniualions or letters ou limincM relating to the m, vo inaure aiieiiuoii, tihiii ue rusi i aw. TO CLUBS. Thre copies to one addrcsa, f o 00 1 feeveti 1K Do 10 0U "ittei r ,i Da-IX, t ' WW Kir....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 April 1849

From the B dtlmnre C l pprt ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP . EUROPA. BATTLES tit ITALY. CBARLES ALBERTS DEFEAT AND V ABDICATION. WArIdECLARCD BY SICILY. HOSTILITIES IN HUNGARY. WAR WITH DENMARK. . '' - SERTEKCE OF THE FRENCH IJCSIRGENTS FREDERIC OF PRUSSIA EMPEROR OF GERMANY. UMJMORE FIGHTING IN INDIA. r v DECLINE IJi COTTOJi. St. Johns, New Brunswick, April 18. ..... The steamer Europa, Capt. Lott, which . sailed from Liverpool on Iho 7th inat., nr ..rived at Halifax at 101 o'clock yestorday , morning, and herncwa wns transmitted from t thenoe to this place, by special express. The '. express left Halifax at 11 o'clock, and although the roads are -aiill very heavy, it made a splendid run to Digby Gut, a distance of 145 miles in nine hours and five minutes, nnd ranched here to-dav. I forward you the . following summary by twlegrnph : Under more favorable advices from India, and the existing lull in the excitement of continental politics, trade in almost every de . nartment is becimuns to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 April 1849

I IS. . ? THE HINCHMAN CASE. ' Kaw Trial Rcfcsed. In the Nisi Irius ton Saturday, the motion to grant a hew trial tb the defendants in the Ilinchman casej and the opposing motion of plaintiff to muke parties the defendants who had been acquit ted, came up before Judge Burnside. The Judge said he did not want to hi a- any argu ment, as he had concluded to refuse to grant a hew trial. The counsel for defendants asktd to ' press one te son alleged fir a new trial ; i "that was, that undue means had been taken , to prejudice the jury against the defendants." This was by means of newspaper comments and Mr. Gibbons brought into Court a large Collection of daily and weekly newspapers, " Containing reports of the case, and comments upon it after it was over. These papers, Mr. Gibbons said, had exercised great influ ence upon the jury, and he asked that they might be filed as part of the record, and taken to the Supreme Court. He said it was ', a rule of the English law, that whenever, durin...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 April 1849

toiotts, COLI, AND TIIEin ci ui:. Uit or Cold, WATSR.Tbs Wetter Cure . Journal hat Ihe following remarks on "cold, oogh, and their cure." . . , Moat eolda arise jfiom persona confining themsehea ,loa much in hot rooms." Lire . plainly, avoiding all rich and superfine arti ..clei. Drink only cold water, or milk, nnd i tb leas of this the better. Sleep in a cold . room, and on a hard bed nnd pillow ; go to esl early and rise rarly ; wash the entire body daily in cokl wntor; avoid highly heat ed and illy ventilated rooms, and thus yon , jnay avoid all colds. . ToCvftKA Colo. Somo say you must eweat, others physic, and so on, some ny stuff a col J an J starve a fever. But this i poor philosophy, because all colds are fever, greater or less. All colds are inflamntion of tome part of the system, and inflammation in any part is fever in that part. The same general principles of treatment hold pood in all fevers; therefore if to starve a fever is true philosophy, the oppoalie mode would be ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 May 1849

R Y RICAN liiauL H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. -V.. SI jramfla ilrtospjrprr-Debotri to JloUtfcs, ftrttrnturr; 3ttoraUf9, jFovtfffn ant Bomcstfc jictes, Serrate aw "the arts, -aorrrtiiturr, IHirrftrts, amusements, it. CM ttNHW.SKRIKS VOL. 2, NO. O. SUNBURY. NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. PA.. SATURDAY, MAY J. 1819. OLD SERIES VOL. 9, NO. 3. AMI 1 " tuhium of i tit: viikkk ay. ' TllE AMKUICA.V ii piililiilint every 8.mmhy ot TWO POll.Antt per aiuiuin l.i Iw puul h:ili yetirly in advance. No paiier ditc ntimieri uuiil all nrmmtcet ate wml. AUc uninuuieiiti n m letter on hu suits feinting to the voice, iu insure euicmu'ii, musi ue rtoi 1'Aiv. TO CIX18. Three npiei O one aiMri'B, 9000 eveii 1 io hum I Ktre d illari in wlvaiicc will pay for three yenr'iSuUcrip- uin w ur Aiuinvni. One Square of 16 tinea, 9 tituti, fevry aubsequenl hiKrUon, Jne Sj;muc. Ii mimOn, Six numtha, One yeur, Kminess Cards of Five lines, per annum, Merchnnta qikI uttie...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 May 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP CAMBRIA. Capture ef the Danish Fleet by the Prussians. DAMES ICCESSFIL OVER THE SCHLES. vria HOLSTEiitr force. - AV'STnlAN DEFEATED BT niAf. THE HCXGA. IWInial ef th Imperial Crown br the King el ., . . ..- . Prussia. - - - BLOCKADE OF PALERMO. BOMBARDMENT OF GENOA. TERRIBLE SLAUGHTER AT CRESCJA. THRCOllN M4HKKT STf-lDY. rtRTHLR DECLINE IM COTTOX. The steamship Cambria armed nt Halifax en Thursday, with the follow ing ncws fiom Europe, down to the 11th instant, which was telegraphed lo the various cities : The Cambria has 46 passengers for Bo, ton. She has On beard 52,000 in specie. IRELAND. The reports for tho past jeai from the dis trict poor Jaw inspectors to the Commission of Dublin, present results most dispiritirg. Every page of this took, which is about to be laid before Parliament, teems with evi dence of the exemplary patienco cf tho un happy peasantry of Ireland, under sufferings that have had no parallel in t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 May 1849

SUNBURY-AMEMCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. BY MAGNETIC TELEGnAPH TOR THE PUBLIC LEDGER. VIRGINIA ELECTION. Baltimore, April 29. From the returns received from the Sixth Congressional district, it appears that J. M. Botts has been certainly defeated, J. A. Setl don, the Democratic candidate, having a majority of about 300. The whole vote of C. C. Lee, irregular Whig oandidate, opposed to Botts. is 153. The result itt the Fredericksburg District is doubtful. Fourth District. Result doubtful, but chances in favor of the election of Thomas 8.' Bocock, (Dem ) over Henry P. Irving, (Whig. Third District -ThomasS. Flournoy, (Whig) the late member, is gaining as far as heard from, though the result is still in doubt. Thos. H. Everett, (Dem.) is his opponent. Flour noy is probably elected. Eighth District In seven counties heard A. R. Holliday, LPem.) is 25 ahead of James M. Forbes, (Whig.) This is the Fredericks burg District. Result very doubtful. From the Wheeling district, passengers in the W...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 May 1849

SUNBUllY AMEKICAN ANT) SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. gvUttlturc. HORN. AIL IN CATTLE, ., . , . i,,This is ft diseosS mthcr, prevalent )ii this part of the country, the fietunl sent mid char kicter yvhicb, 1 think, is but little under stood among enr farmer. Tbs horn Is not, generally supposed, the original spat o( Jhe fisase, it . being merely a continuation the frontal bitrtrs, Ihn sinews of which ex tend to tha very tip of thhom, find in which e attend, yriih Iufl surrounding membrane, the disease first! commences, afterwards extend ing to the horn. At this the farmer ceneral Jy commfnoet his treatment, notwithstand ing the disease may have existed sereral weelts, unobserved, tho possibility of which I will endeavor to convince him, by relating some of the primary symptoms of this disease Horn-Ail, so called. They consist in im paired appetite,- ab.annee of dew upon the muzzle, pulse and bre.ithins accelerated, in creased heat of the horns, thirst and frequent constipation pf the bowels. Now,...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 May 1849

1 '. Bw ' : v. i .i ...vi. i , , , ; ' .'.i i i . 1 Hi B MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. , 21 iTamfls ilctospappr-t5ctootrt to JJoUtfcs, afttratuw, iWoralftff.'iFortffln aria Oomrstft aictos, Scrrnte atrt the Stvtsl acrfculturr, ittarluts, amusements, at. N E W SERIES - VOL. 2, NO. 7. SUNDUItY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1840. OLD SERIES VOL. 9, NO. 33. .. i " , m"r7 II ' V' II A II II ,TV, ,.! II. .mMi.J -Ale ' IV II II I II TV II V II I LAX - , I AN h ... n m urn mm stu- r s- i v .-- . - r.j i' - t; .-: a - m '!'; am i . a a a .r . r TED MS OF Til 13 AHIKHttA. .THE AMERICAN ia published every Saturday at TWO TOlXAK9 per aunam to be paid bull yearly iii advance. N paper tlrsonnlinued until all arrearage, are paid. Alt communications or letters on Int.ineM relating to the Rice, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. TO CLUBS. JrhTcC copies to one address, 8500 Seven Do 1)0 10 uo Trlteea t Io Do 20 00 Five dollars In ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 May 1849

r j r JFo reign News. THE NEWS Bt tllE AMERICA. The steamship America arrived at New York on Satnrday evening with the foreign mails. The following is a more complete summary of the news by her than came by telegraph. GBEAT BRITAIN. In the House of Commons, on the 19lh ult., " the Navigation Lav? Bill being under consid eration, Mr. Gladstone moved a clause em powering the crown, on application of any colony, to sanction a conveyance of goods and passengers from one part of such colony -to another in other than British vessels. The proposition was adopted, and the bill was or dered to a third reading. From Ireland we have the usual quantity of misery and crime, but there is nothing of special importance. The jury, in the case of Mr. Dufly, of the Nation, have ngain disa greed, and he has been set at liberty, on bnili for his appearance at tho next Commission Jenny Lind has been married at Bath to Mr. Harris, and has retired from tho stage. It is stated that a commercial treaty is ab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 May 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. rntDE. Bltraete bM a Seraasa, br SralsU. Next to leaving a man "without God In the world," cut off from every source of joy and hope, a proud heart embitter! his whole life, in reference to the happiness earth is appointed to convey. A. proud man has a high estimate of himself, of his merits, and of the deference due him in which he will find no one else acquiescing, far or near. Ho may search the world over, and not another one shall be found, who values him, as ho values himself. And therefore every one he meets, wrongs and injures him by detracting from his merits ; by robbing him of virtues and good qualities which he Icnmcs ho pos sesses; bowing net at his shrine ; canting no incense upon the altar of his vanity; but pas sing him by ss one among thousand other common men. And thus circumstanced, he goes forth into the world, like Ishrnael, with his hand against every man, and every man's hand against him. In every one he finds u foe, and c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 May 1849

1 wvft " 1 ffiumoroua SUctcft. -"s, THE LOST DINEll. ...... Or ttrpnlnl Gentleman's Adventures. 'Oh, tliat this" too solid flesh would melt, thaw ,nd resolve itself ihtoa dew." JokVV , Lt me hart non about me that are fat JW iius Cttsar. ...,- . - f all the plagues, with which Old Nick has attempted to disturb the quiet of this bles. ' sed world, I think there is none equal to the deposition whioh .half the community have ibr tormenting fat people. I can speak feel ' Siigly oV this point, for I am fut ruun myself l'ouf 1en fellows jive inquiot, nobody think poking fun at' them, or jostling them in 'the street, or squeezing them in a crowd, or 'i's'tage coach, or box at th theatre. They 'efip'lhrough the common rubs and crosses of liTe as easily ns a snake thro' the bushes. A, starveling hns an immunity against all tri bulation; but a fat man there is no merry " fqr him ; hp is to butt for oil the jokes that are current ; there h no Fhnrp shooting but Yit lilnv He is too prominent a ...

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