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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 June 1849

7' r, H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TIi OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. SI iFamtla flrtospapfr-Dcbettfi to Dolftfcs, aftcraturr, &Uvnlhn, iForrfott an BomcsUc autos, scfcncc an5 the arts, aorttulture, tfHamets, amuunrttnts, fcc. u , NtSW HtiUlKS VOL." , NO. 13. SUN BURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. 1A.; SATURDAY, JUNE 28. 1819. . . ' ! r ' ' r ' ' -u-a , . i'l OLD SERIES "VOL. 9, NO. 39. ' . , TKftMS OF Til 12 A3Ji:RICAX. m-...i. niiiiiicii every ouiuruj) .1 i n fl V0U.AM9 par annum to b puid half yearly in xlvunce TUB AMERICAN ii publitlicd evi fapar diaitinul until am. arrtumyf. are nuiil. AU jinmniMcoiittn, nr letter, on Imaim-m relating to ta to uiaura attrjitioti, must bo POST I'AID. 1 - ' TO CLliUS. Thft. tojiTrt to on. ti Irr., eggq Baan Itn l)o 1U(K, Fiftean 1M r Do ju HO Five iMIara in arlvnrtca will pay for three year", tubaurip lion to the American, Oa Square of 16 lliiea, 3 tirnaa, Everr aubaequent iniiertiou, . Due Square, 3 ruontha, ;Sii months, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 June 1849

"VISE"'' 7 r " 2 Jo tctgu ctu 0. ARRIVAL OF. THE CAMBRIA tUTfcST LONDON AND CONTINENf AL II. TEIXIOEiVCE. The steamer Cambria; resrhed her wharf bout sunset on Friday evening. By her we hare London and Lfrerpool papers both to the td instant, inclusive. The news is of considerable importance. The New York theatrical liot is the theme of much comment in the English and French papers. . .-, i w :.. 7 he JJukeot st. Albans uiod at his resi dence in London the first week in May. lie was best known as having a title to marry the rich Mrs. Coutts, and a sinecure of some 12,000 a year as hereditary Grand Falconer. He was the descendant of King Charles II. The annuity of 10,000 a year which Mrs Coutts settled upon him for life goes to Miss fiurdett Coutts. The brave Romans still sustain themselves against their numerous foes. The spirit of their manifestos is admirable. Rt. Hon. Sir Edward Knatchbull, of Eng land, is dead. M. Dupin, a Conservative, was elected to the Presidency of the Frenc...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 June 1849

3& UNBUKY-rAMEltlQAjSffAijtfPKIN-JOURNAL;--- 4-LLi4r-r I 1 j4--rM-Lfi 2UI 04?rt0 of Stems iTi ,!WC KHoArii Von tub tv JJei Rtntounttr in Maition CountyPv wr thai CatriuiM Clay unol dead. '' n'lKf'ttttk-rtftilbttfttAT!, June 18. It f now reported in this city thai Casiius M. Clay'waa not -killed during ihe rencountre In Madison, Tha last intelligence we . hear frWtt him, if, that there is ft probability of W recovering. The death of Kt, Turner ,Js (Confirmed. (! ,., -, Irlr. Cliy, it seems, having'aece pted an in ratat ion to h(1 dress a meeting of Emancipa tionist, in Madison county, was addressing In assemblage on the mibje"ct of slavery, and Offence bring1 'taken at some of bis re mar, Air. 1 urner gut up and called Clay a liar, hence the altercation; which resulted, as near aa I can yet loam, as above stated. Sttamtr Falcon-Crtvatst Gold Dollars , ' - ' ' -Cholera. ! , " New Orleans, Juno 12. .The steamer Falcon sailed yesterday for New York and Havana. She takes 69 pas senge...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 23 June 1849

y n i assims y usanetwaua-j... ratajn-.,,, , , ..,.,,,. ' ' i """" " " ' " '" ' ' '" ' " '.J ' .- i . . . .. - - j' . "' ' ' , - f I ssaaraBS , - m 1 : j ! STINBIlRY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOUBNAL. CLOVER-MAJtlXO IUV. ' Cloter, m-hert intended for hayj should be cut early. Nothing it gained by permitting it to stand. When cut in it green state and properly cured, it make an excellent feed for horses, sheep and young stock generally but it is greatly lessened in value by long standing. It should be cut when in bloom, or at latest, before the seed has ripened. t In England, from Which country we may derive many and valuable lessons in practical agriculture, clover is seldom if ever spread as with us, the more judicious farmers of that country believing it far better and more eco nomical, on the whole to cure it in the cock, than to espose it by spreading, to the wasting influences of the sun and winds. Most per- sons are aware that hnrbs, intended for medi cinal purposes, are comparati...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 June 1849

. - I - . WP1R Y AM Eft CAN.'. I I . E 1 My V JLIf JL H. B. MASSES, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. officii:, MARKET street, opposite the post office. SI jFamda ilctospapcr-Drbotrt to UclfUts, aftrraiurr, ilToralftn, .fTorcfsn ant Domestic iitto'a,' Semite an) the SMs, aarfculturr, iHar&cts, amusements, sc. new sEitiKs Vol. a, no. 13. SUXHURY, NORTHUMUKULANI) COUNTY, PA., SATL'KDAY, JUNE 30, 1841). oTn sv.ries Vol. 9, no. ao. , TERMS Or THE AMERICAN. TlIE AMERICAN i. DtlMinh) evarv Sntiirnav l Tivn .hr. . . . ' . . . . 1 ' ' " v WJUltMJK& MT BlUIUm to Da Mia n.it Vf.arlV Mt .(Iran ' ' At conrmunicatloni or letter, on bumnnn relating to the . Mi!a. to urnm aUAntkm. tnuM h. Pi IS T Pa I It 1 paper aiaconunuea aimi all imamci are imid TO CIA 1)3. ,Tart copie. to on address, , ' . IHj . Do P500 Tlltc Do Do 10 00 u Ffv dollar, in advance will pay for ttirca year', tutmenp Tioa to the American. 90 00 iuvra Of It lines, D thttca, jEvtrr tubaeqadU imerttoh, Xrn Maarc, 3 month., Mxaionthi, On...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 June 1849

A 6 EM OF PARTISAN POLITICS. We find id tho "Repository and Whig," weekly journal of Chhniborsburg, the fol lowing specimen of Christian and gentleman like feeling: ' Swirr UKTmiirTion. On Tuesday last the t!ie Spot" was nindo dob fill by Hie tollinR of th Mis for the drslh of Jm K- intt! IVeAVmtofthe Loeofoco Parly. Tlio news of lib decease wns received by Tcleernph. The di rjm under which ho Inhnml woschnmlcdiarrhirn on gtntrd In our last. Thus hns this ambitious and wicked man been railed early to the final set tlement of tin diwiiMil account. Wo would, in charity, have wished him life time often thousand yam In which to "bring forth fruits meet for re neMance." Wsrotairhtinthe Book of Hooks that for National sins there shall he National afflictions. Dora it not, however, seem a little singular just L Jii-inijn irinirnm with the death of the author of the most shameful iniquities In which our country rer engaged, that the consequences of those Ini quities would be so full rjion u...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 June 1849

SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN .JOURNAL. 7" Prnm nnhmn'a RnrrmMn t Afo and Manner!. LIFE lit LONDON THE "TIMES" NEtv-. PAPERS-PARIS, JtO. There is everything in London to admire) its populousness, its wealth, its gorgeousness, its dazzling splendor J but there is the other extreme, and you cannot walk a rod, especial Jy at this season, without meeting objects which nil you with anguish, and make you '.Vender how human beings can live under 'such wretchedness and destitution. Here, in the midst of plenty, men, and women and ' children are dying of absolute starvation J and when you see theso poor shivering, hun gry creatures looking into tho window of t eook shop, redolent with every savory per fume, and crowded with viands, cooked and 'uncooked, of every description to tempt and pamper the Epicurean appetite, you are a mazed that a thin, transparent plate of glusa keeps them back from an actual onslaught "Whether any can by human ingemiity be i it- vented or found, is too difficult a...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 June 1849

,J.ll Jl! Lg.iLLL.. SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAJM0K1N JOURNAL griroltui?. tPfon 0i Ohlo-ultiva1ot 1 '" '' ' tlXTtRK Of SWTET POTATOES-r f Mr. H. Stately, oT Ciroleville, is the tirot juccesrtfsl cultivator of sweet potatoes witnii jsjr kwewledge ; he also succeeds porfuctly U preserving Iham Ihrouglr the tinier for 4 this spring, and proposes, nlso, to seil plants to all yrha may desire tliem, in this te flon of Ohio. . . ' , ' " The following are his directions for growing aad preserving sweet potatoes : j DraccnoNs for Sprouting. -Put up boards edgewise, like a box.' Fill in fresh stable manure, 18 inches deep. On this lay thrue ' Inohes of good light black mould; and on this " lay your potatoes so close os almost to touch. Cover them with the samokiml of .mould two '' and a half inches deep. Keep the bed quite '" wet whfle the potatoes are sprouting. Whrti - the plant is six Inches long, place you thumb and finger on the potato,' and pull tlio plant, bat be careful not to disturb th...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 July 1849

j .n t i')r :m r m to r t.. . r. ! v vj j V.' i '; h: "i 0 A t - -AX i -.ii l i ' H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ' OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. ft jFamflH aactospaptr Oebotctt to DolMcs, nftcraturr, XWoralftg, jrorcfon antt Bomrstfc; iietos, atfcncr an the arts, aarfculturr, iHarktts, SlmuflntuntB, c. NEW 8E1UKS VOL. , NO. 14. SUNBUUY, NORTHUMBERLAND COU-XTY. 1A.. S.VI UlilJAY, vJtJii' 7. 184. OLD SERIES VOL. 9, NO. 41. 1 (..1 IV ' 1 k3 U. rN UJ) lb' '" 1 I i"' .'.',-.. i "i, . a -"itn-'.i i I -on TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THE AMERICAN l mililiahot tnrmr Halarrfnir Ttt'n l)OLLAHS pr amtom to be paid holr yearly in advance, No paper diKontinned until all arrearage, ire paid. All communication, or letter, on Ixifiitrai relating to Uie met, to inwir. attention, moat be PUBf I'AIU, . TO CLUBS. Three eopie. to one addrem, C500 leTen 1 Po jooo fifteen lo Do 2000 Fire dollar in advance will par for thrie TearatubKrip ioB to the American. 'On. Square of It) linn, 3 ti...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 July 1849

Jo reign News. ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP HIBERNIA. seven Bats later from Europe. Accident U the Steamship United Stntea, INSURRECTION IN PARIS. City et Rom Attacked by the French Treop.. EIGHT HUNDRED ROMANS KILLED. Tei.r.oiAPH Officr, 11 1 M. ) St. John, N.B., June 28. 1 . The steamer Hibornia, Capt.StoiiB, arrived t Halifax yesterday afternoon, with 79 pas sengers Tor New York and 22 for Halifax. The celebrated steamer Great Britain has been purchased by JMr. Gillings, of London, and is to be fitted out to run between Liver pool and New York. ACCIDENT TO THE STEAMER UNITED STATES. The steamer United States arrived at Liver pool just as the Hibornia left when 24 hours out from New York she struck on a south shoal off Nantucket, where she remained for four hours, and threw overboard 70 tons of coal ; she subsequently damaged one of her boilers, so much as to render it useless for the remainder of the passage. She will un dergo the necessary repairs at Liverpool. . Cholera in England ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 July 1849

SUNBUKY AMERICAN'-AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. s 2UI 0orfo of jrtttiM. "ths root. AAO hU nqnkt arc boon '.V. ::,. fillll. f We published a few dayl ag6 en extract from a letter in the New York Post, from a disbanded volunteer, in California; who stated that he had . accumulated t7(XX) in gold in California, and was coming home. , ThB Post gives the sequel as follows : r The letter was received here, and pub lished, in the Post on the 20th inst. Only two days after its receipt, to the extreme sur prise and joy of his wife end family, Lough eey presented himself before them. He had accumulated at the mines nine or ten thou stand dollars, and supposing the sum inex haustible, took passage to this country very oon after the above letter was written, hav ing about $7000 worth of dust in his trunk, and the balance of his wealth on his person. 'His idleness and prosperity were too much for his new resolutions. He abandoned him self to intemperance, and the money so easi ly acquired, was lightly p...

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 July 1849

ty i-""f". - "!-v SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. . snisxt Uatuouo Sltattct. , EHT r FARMS IF-U.if . Celman, of Barton, wko hu poblwied took giving an account of his trTtl lW thgrioulturd districts of England, ; inake tha following -statarnents in rsgard to the rent an rslue of certain farms in Great Britain: . . t ., : P, ! .-. i. - ,!., On page 7, vol. i ho spsaks of a Mr. Olivsr, who pay S5000 per annum for hit farm, on a lease of 19 years. The tafcles," he says, "of some tenant farmers, who are tries of wealth, are covered with silver and vfnrauhed with wine of the most costly ohar ler. . They took me te visit the farm of a Mr. Hope, in their neighborhood, who also is tenant, and who has made a fortune of six ty thousand pounds, or three hundred thou sand dollars, by farming." Ibid, 262, "One farmer had paid a rent of 7W, or 35,000 per year. The farmers here are exceedingly rich and intelligent, in all that concerns their -profession. One of the farms on this roule, Scotl...

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 July 1849

rx . .- :. - - rr-i r'-r-v: v .lc-...-., . . ......... ,,.,..,.,.. , ,fc .. .... ..' . ......- ,!,,'.' -p ----- 4,-'''4v :-: '-' '".v:"rf ?'-:-i-:.'.:..'....-:rf) -.-.-; . v n.- - f.,, ..pv,, t prqjiui io H. B. MASSER, EDITQlVANt) PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. -.V.: i'o,'.o , fit" jrpcmfli? Jiftt&pffptr-Brtotrli to UoUtfcs, afteraturt, ittoralHi?;' jforctutt antv Domcstfc dittos, sefcnce ana thr strtst, aarfculturr, .fHarftfk , amusrmnijtji, t. .11)! f!' NEW 8E11IK8 VOU , N(M lo..,. , , - ,'J .l '14 1 1 '! J Ti' ''II I I iSUNBUJiY. NORTIIUAlBfc' ISLAND COUNTY, lA SAvrtltAY,rJULY !! lfc49;" OIJ) SEUIES. yOL. d, NO. 43: nshMS olp tme America. THE AMERICAN I. pubflihod evcrv Saturd.v at TWfl Dollars m mim fo b mid half fcuriy in 1viicm No paper diMnntmued until ll arrcaroeii are iiaid. All eommnnicutinna or latlera on burimna rdnling to eltct, to iuaura atlontiou, miut bo POST 1'AIU. t. , 1 ! ! ,i .i (.1 ',,.;I.TO CLUBS. , . ., the) . , ; S300 1UU0 l ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 July 1849

STfNBTTRY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. JTo reign News. El'ROFEA TI:f.LIGENtE BT THE NIAGARA. EVEN DAVS LATEfii tHom ElROI"E. St. Johns, N. B., July 13th. GENERAL SUMMARY. In Parliament the removal of the Jewish Disabilities bill has been rejected in the up per bouse by a majority of 25, the Minister not venturing to call for the proxies. Baron Rothschild having been rejected, has already accepted (he Chiltern hundreds and made an appeal to the electors. His success is considered certain. ' The House of Commons has affirmed the second reading of the Marriage Bill, to ren der valid marriages with the sisters of de ceased wires. FRANCE. The new law against the Clubs has already been put in fotee. On Monday the ministry introduced into (he legislative Assembly a bill for regulating the press, which M. Odillon Barron stated was intended merely as a temporary mea sure to regulate the position of the press until they could organize a law on the subjt.-et. The law proposed is nearly the s...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 July 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND gHAMOKIN JOURNAL. , " A PAINFUL PICTIRK ST LOUS. ' A correspondent of the Boston Transcript, writing from St. Louis on the 29th initant, ! Mys: , .y, . .. v . .. . ... ' , " What an afflicted city is this ! Fire, pes tilence, army worm, rain and fogs, dlscour age and oppress us. Calamities are all around us. Death m every where- Cholera is deal- ing its blows to the right and left, and thou sands of our people have been hurried to their , graves. A well man now, may be, an hour hence, a corpse. The' sextons, the underta kers, and even, trie horses of. llie city, are , worn out with the dreadful, work of burial. Carts ar.d furniture wagons have to supply the ' places of hearses, which, though' numerous., 'arc insufficient to carry out the coffins, though . filed one upon another. '. - . ; Many dead bodies lie, Without a friend to execute the riles of Interment, tint if a public ' officer 01 a sister of charity comes to put them , in the ground. Some persons, to s...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 21 July 1849

" ' ' ' ' ' """- W-.y, , . . . . ""7 1 1 ' - i Qigctctilttxtr: v ,r , Ml i .,( " Ennr tea Tntri. , Aiont'tWiic time a 4 nroodasanv to, WuA .. the bodies witiiey, More )nccis aiiwornie r' will be canghi now than at any earlier poriodY Bear in mind that one pound, of good potash la one gallon pf water, will make a ley , that will kill the animals that come in contact with it, but will not hurt the birk.. It is more than thirty years since we have used this wash, and, we have never known it to, .injure ,a tree, young oroide i . .-, , i, 1 t. r A piece of woolen oloth nailed on a short handle will answer the purpose of a bush.- This wash must not be permitted to touch the leaves that are to remain on the tree. Washes of this kind have a tendency to kepp away animalcules that are inclined to harbor on the bodies of trees. r;When the trees have rough : bark on, ! it ought to bo scraped off before i washing. The loose bark affords a harbor to various insects and grubs. Massachusetts Plowma...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 July 1849

ir " ii mil mi mi i mm Ell CAN H. B. MASSER. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 8 U M Um i mml A ll ' Ce NEW SERIES VOL. , NO. .7. TERMS OP THE AMi:Riri. ho7i au J 'CAN ' n,bl,Sn1 everv Saturday .t TWO DOU.AR3 per annum , , (,, bmi , rf " No paper discontinued until ail .rrenroge, .re id. ' - AMomnianrc.tioii. or letter, on lwi.,.- relating to the Bee, to iranirg attentlmr, mm be POST VAU. TO CUBS. Three eopie. to on. address, Sev.a J) De, esoo 1UU0 sow t uteeM I)u Do lion I Ob. Sonars of 1 linen, 3 timet, KvCTvutirHrqHeit iiwerlijn, "One Sqciwo, 3 months, &ix motitbs, One year, flume Cards of Five line., per annum, Merchant, and ottiem, advertising Lv the ' yer, with the privilege of in'crting dif- lerent advertisement, weekly, IV target Advertisements, per agreement. flOO 23 SMI 375 00 300 1000 E. B. MASSER, 'ATTORNEY AT LAW, suiiBunY, pa. ' Un.iiicM sileiidcd to in the Counties of Nor huu'l erland, Union, Lycoming and Columbia. " ' Kefir l...

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

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. foreign 2v c w 3 . r ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP ; CALEDONIA: AT BOSTON. SETCIt DAYS LATER FROM EIROTE. THE FRENCH IN ROME. ADVICES FROM HL'NOARxV '" Th steamship Caledonia, Captain Leitch, With dates from Paris to the 5th, London to the 6th, and Liverpool to tho 7th, arrived at Boston on Saturday. LOSS OF THE SHIP t II ARLF.S 1MRTLF.TT. The Caledonia hns 45 passengers for Bos- ton, exclusive of 13 of tho 42 survivors of the ill-fated bark Charles flartlult, of Plymouth, Mass., Wm. Bartlett, mnsler, which, on Wednesday, the 27th tilt., at about 31 P. M., when 700 miles to tho westward ot Capo Clear, was run down by the stenmor Europa, and sunk in three minutes, with 134 passen gers and crew. ' The catastrophe occurred during a dense fog, and although tho boats ' of the Europa were instantly lowered, anil every possiblo assistanco rendered, only 42 out of the 176 souls were saved. The Cap tain, second mato and ten of the crew were among the survivo...

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

em SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. . NAPOLEON'S HtOPHEC. "Before fifty yeart," aid Napoleon (o Las Gum, on day, at St. Helena, "Europe will fee republican or Cossack. . . Then, if my son is alive, he will be called o the French throne, amidst the acclama lions of the people. If h ta dea(1i "will become a republio again 5 for no hand would dare to grasp a sceptre which it could not wield. The branch of Orleans, though agreeable, is too weak; it clings too much to the other Bonrboni", and it will have the same fate, if it does not prefer living as simple citizens, whatever changes arrive. ' Once again France will be a republic, and ,otheT countries will follow her example. Germans, Prussians, Poles, Italian, Danes, Swedes and Russians will join her in a cm wde in favor of liberty. They will arm gainst their sovereigns, who will hasten to make them concessions, in order to retain a part of their nncient authority ; they will call themselves constitutional kings, possessing limit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 28 July 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. jtttoccUnncoua Scatter. From Hcadlcy'e Adirondack, or Ufa in the Wwdl SIMJILAR tOlHTSIIIP. , . T "The other day 1 took ft heavy boot to a hoemaker, or mender, to be repaired before 1 set forth oa a new expedition, of whom I waa told a capital anecdote. An fcuglish emigrant had entiled down in a remote part of the forest, where ho cleared a ill a space about him and built a log hut. He had been there but a year or two, when one day as he was absent in the woods with his eldest daughter, his hut took fire and burned down. His wife was sick, but she managed to crawl out, taking the straw bed on which she lay with her. At evening tho husband returned to find his house in ruins. It was a winter night, and the snow lay deep on the ground. Calling aloud, he heard a faint voice reply, and going in the direction from which it came found his wife stretched on tho bed in tho now. Getting together a few boards left from the eonllagration, he made a shelter...

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