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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 4 August 1849

1 f-rmjH-rVfrJ YJJ )'' 1 K ll '..i " 'l l IT. B, MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. ' jW jramdg flrtosprbot to oimcS, Utttratutr, iKoralftj,, 0reffln contrstfc firta, settnce at the arts, aflr(tulturr, mnts, glmusemnus, c. v , M r ' ' Inv M II "! i t.-i j .i i yy ' ; 1 1 : 1 1 i 'II: . : i i tz wzjft jZa wfSTliXW . 6 " j." T-.!. , am drrry"-r. -r - -a a t-r-: i 1 ....,t. : 1 Tt'ltUC nd lit- I' v. h a a.nr. - b . . THE AMKRIPAN I. mMMI .. o.... (-...a. ,f DOLLARS priiiiuni to be pud hal ymrl in dvanc i, no Mer UMcmiUnuul until all arrwrweaira raui. . All eommimiuotioim or Icttur on lniini.'n relutini to ae, to imure ttuitkm, mint be P08T PAID. it "A TO CLl'DS. '' (he Threi eopiei to one addrew, CSOO r Uteen bo Do i 1000 i.T,"r, in.dv,11 will ly for threi year'iiubwrip tloa to the American. . ... r 9UU0 Obi Square of It linen, 3 time. " vr labaequent innenion, ne Bqnare, 0 moiitla, Kl.raontba. ..... On year, fc " ' 1 Buiineu Cards of Five U...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 4 August 1849

California HiM ARRIVAL OF THE , CRESCENT CITY . HEW von.. St DAYS LATER FROM CALIFOKWIA. Arrival, of the Steamer Panama at Panama Half a million of Gold from California lati news from thf Mines Gold Digging Hard Work. " Captain Storldanl, with hit fine s'esmship, arrived last night from Chaares, ia Kingston, living under hi charge 68 passengers and tome $230,000 in specie, as follows : . 177,900 Howlaml k Aspinwall; $10,000 A. R. Eno; I0,000 E. B irtleit ; 47.600 S. M. Williams; $18,208 J. G. Kine & Rons; 1804 O. Treadwell; 1803 S. Kmipp; 868 D. Barret J $13,500 Livinsrston, Wells & Co.i $18,000 J. E. Eagleston; 818.920 N. A. Bachelor; S12,000 G. H. Gould; S1391 Grinnel, Minium & Co. Thi amount, of course, Hoes not Include what is stowed away in the trunks and car pet bags of the passenger, as to which fancy reports are in circulation, making the whole amount of treasure on board the usual round gum of half a million. There is but one opinion among the pas sengers with r...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 4 August 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. RESTRAINT on mahrIaoe. The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania have recently made a decision reverting one made in the Conrt in which the question of restraint on marriage was involved. . The facts of the case are thus briefly stated in a letter to the Philadelphia News: . "Some time since, a gentleman died, and left his estate to his "dear and loving wife," on condition that she would "never again , tnarry." Thinking it not "good to live a lone i ladder." she annealed to tha CourtttiiHon v Ellis Lewis presiding to "help her out of I the scrape." His Honor, to his infinite credit i and her great satisfaction, declared the will . invalid, and contrary, 'to the laws of nature and of nations," and in a most eloquent and ' philosophical 'opinion,' spoke as follows: "Marriage is a wise regulation, in harmony .; with nature and religion, and is the only effi ' cient preventive of licentiousness. . - "It is the appropriate regulation of that i great instinc...

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

t-itf Viv i"'': fir." J 1 io-' A Omlle English Wlf. .T'. i. v i. T.i.'ia T Mft8 'fcBDT. f r. .'4-r- tcl ftti'Ll Whene'er I ecek 'mid haunti of glee, A partner in the dance, , .. ,t Oh ! let that sprightly partner be A graceful girl of France: lo And when my raptured senses thnll '' ' To music's witching sway, May Italy's sweet, songstress still Pour fourth tho tuneful Jayv . -' But when I feel inclined to speak Vows that shall last for life,' Trust me, I shall not fail to seek A gentle English wife? ; ' I Ioe at noonday's sultry hour, ' " - ' . Beneath the lime-trees shade, To hear st ranee tales of mystic power Told by a German maid : I love, when day has left the skies, To watch the evening star Gazo in tho Spanish Donna's eyes, And list to her guitar; -. But when my active fancy lays . , -'' 1 ' 'Schemes for my future life ''a-s ' Hope's fairy pencil still pourtrays t A gentle English wk'e'.o t) ' Dear England, oft in former times : I blamed thy fogs and rain, ' But, wearied now ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 August 1849

TRY &'f A IffllK 1 (fl A fa . 1 r MB 1 NO H; B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. " OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THil POST OFFICE; mmmmmmmmm mwmm wmmsmssmtsm mm m mmm mmimmm bSm smmsm a fmtlu ftrtefpprr-Crtotrt to JJoHttw, ittrritvrr, ttovMts, jFcrtton ana Bomrstlt etoB, Sttmc n the jRrts, a.rtcttUttrr, 13wkrt4, Bwiuirwtniii e. NEW 8EHIRI VOL , No. m. 8 UN BURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. PA.. SATURDAY, AUGUST 11. 1849. oiti series Vol. , no. 46. JL lb JL P Crm 1 AL IV JL 1LJ JL b JL XJ I L m mm vmr wz TERM OF TUB ANGKICA. .THE AMMUCAN 1 ssbJianad tvenr Ultrtor at TWO IXlLLAk psr uiiiu lo b paid kW rMrlr in tdrsac. Wo stoat dMOwtln mtl iu ttrttrtgtt rs mM, All swwiii tiont or ietlsre at) bstiiMM rskuiac te lira St, W UHI1 SWUWU, BUM St I'VS 1 F Ail). TO CLUBS. Tkrtt espies to one asanas, , acoo rmeea va - wo Muv nve a.n in Hnim will ptv lot tkree rtar'tMbecfip. Oh Squirt of It Unco, 3 timet, , f 1 00 Kverv aabeeqnenl Insertion, M One Sqstre, 2 months, 50 W mouth., .175 On year, (OS ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 August 1849

4 ARRIVAL OS THE Ij. A OME OAT LATCH FROM EUROPE. toNMnciuwMiny market, c . . .'ii - a ; . .Tos prospects of, the harvest throughout U ptrts of ths United Kingdom are encour aging tad satisfactory. The reports from the continent of Europe relatirs to the growing crops are conflicting ; but upon the whole, the appearance of the growing crops is encouraging. -.- All the leading gram markets of England are dull, and prices, as the harvest approa ches, show symptoms of a decline. . -4 .,3 . 1 ' FRANCE.- The iVationat announces that Prince Ca nino, the son of Lucicn Bonaparte, and Ex President of the Roman Constituent Assem bly, had been arrested at Orleans by order of the Government on his road from Marseilles to Paris. ' ' ' . - . ' It is said that having a claim against his cousin, Louis Napoleon, for money lent in aid of his election, the Prince came to France to demand it, the conduct of his cousin against Rome having stiired his ire. It is aid that the Prince will not be imprisoned...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 August 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMQKIN JOURNAL. VU Sorts of 3tm. 17 13 19 90 SI Si M it 97 89 39 30 London U moving in aid el Hungari ans. ' A largei publio atreelrnsr ie fc b held, ind fundi robsjcriW tmneptnt tht Hunga rians now in : Enf land tt their wn country, fully supplied with (he means of being use ful lo her. Lord Dudley Stuart,, the friend of the Poles, is at the head of the movement. The tone of good company . marked by the absence of personalities. Among well informed persons, there are plenty of topics to discus, without Riving pain to any one present without submitting to aft the part of butt, or of that still poorer creature, the wag that plays upon him. , The Directors of the Free Academy in New York, have adopted Phonography a one of the studies of that institution. lis Ad vantages are becoming more appreciated every day, and before long it will be an in dispensable element of education. . Mrs. Col. West Hendrickton, at Harrison, Ohio, lately gave birth to three sons, Wesle...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 August 1849

1 ",' 1 SUNBURY AMERlCATjIOHAMOKIN JOUJUAjF (rrlUnrotttf swatter. Garibaldi tttCt k RtCIT Of ClNCIK MATt The Cincinnati Commercial say: ItmaynotbeoniniertilingtoMV''''''8" to know that Garibaldi, the leader of ihe In urrectionists of Rome, br.ee kept a public. hoW on Sixth street, between Plum and Western Row, in this city. His house was, for acme time, one of the stopping places of the celebrated Charles Hammond, as editori als from his pen will show, as any man who has a file, or who" read his paper may see. He kept liquor, but his eatables and familiar, yet gentlemanly converse, formed the prineU pal attractions for Hammond. Many a time, our old citizens inform us, did the veteran editor refer to Garibaldi as the prince of good eating and good company. From Garibaldi's industry and good management in this city, he made money, and when he left for Italy, he remarked that his 825,000 cash, that he had amassed, would make him as wealthy in Rome as Griffin Taylor and other of preat w...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 August 1849

. . i w. irirj i . . u"!its . " f ' 7 L 11 0 ;;; : .r: i ? h. b. masser, editor and proprietor.. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. It i f S jTamUa iittospitprr-Drtotrt to UoUtrrs, aftcrnturc, Xttorln, ifortfcn anli Eomcstfc ilctos, sctente an the arts, aartcultutr, &aritets grntustmntts, t. NEW SEUIKS VOL. , NO. 90. SUNBUltY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. PA.. SATURDAY, AUGUST 1S, 1840, OLT) SERIES VOL. , NO. 47. " '- F - f m 1R V efaarHi h M J U IP A :. J A l I IV II . 1111 II I II II I f I . i 'iii' ' ii h '1.1 ll ' ; '' 1 ' ' ' ,r TKBMS OP I lib AMUKICA. T1IE AMF.HICAN U pubHUicd every Saturday at TWO fULLAK8 per amiuio to be Kfid huh yearly m advance, No paper diclitiniied until Alii arrearage are paid. Ail eouiimiMicutiaie or tetter on taminc. relating to the erne, CO tneure auemnm, nnm ue i'vdi rAui, TO CLUES. Tare, eopie. to one address, 8600 V.ven 1 JJO low Viiieea ' Do Vo souo , rive iMIer. in advance Will pay Tot three years .ubecrip tiua to the American. 'Oae ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 August 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Jo reign Ntm ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP AMERICA. ON WEEK IaATEIl WOM EIROPE. '. AUSTRIA-AND HUNGARY. " It is difficult to decicle intelligibly the mil itary eperatlons f b contending armies, as all the accounts from Vienna to the 2 let ult., Ire exceedingly confuied and contradictory. It it admitted on all hands, however, that lfceiiacheious Ban of Croatia, Jollachich, hay been completely defeated by the Mag 'yars under Bern. It appears that Bern cross iilhe Ffonze Canal at the head of 50,000 men, took the encampments of fhe Croats by 'storm, &nd after a scries of conflicts, which lasted four days, compelled the imperialists to raise the siege of Pcterwardein and to eva cuate the Baiska. ' The troops of the Ban, dispirited by the defeat, and diminished by sickness, can make no head against those w ho have marched to the South, and the Imperialists feur that he Will enter Servia and Vonia; and the Ban has been driven over the Danube into Servi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 August 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. WHOLESALE REMOVAL OF THE DE-POSITS. AnAini Disclosure!- 127,000 in Specie Abstracted from tk Missouri Bank. St. Louis, August 13. A deficit of $127,969 was discovered ii Hhe Bank of Missouri, on Saturday last. Th disclosure has causeJ rmjoh excite tment In our community, tuougk fears need t entertained as to the solvency ef the bank. ' It appear that on Friday afternoon t heavy draft was presented by Page & Bacon in paying which the paying teller had occa ion to resort to some boxes containing for ign coin. These boxes, together 'with a numluir 4f ntlinrn. had been laid aside to await an oniwrlunily to be sent to the mint for recoiuinc their contents; and, s the key of the vault containing the American gold had been temporarily di&placed, tlicse were Tesorted to. On opening the first box, the teller was astonished to find lhat'a bag of ten thaler pieces had been abstracted heiinme diately opened another box, when, lo! a bag lof sovereig...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 18 August 1849

SUNBURN AME1U0AN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. HORTICULTURAL. oftowtTca rntiT ikocr glass. The Boston Transcript, in n interesting article on the eubjeot of Horticulture, in deecriptien of the (rarden, green-home, and tritieeof fruit of Mr. Allen, of Salem, whewe eaccewful deration to horticultural pursuit well known, aajre: Mr. Allen baa a ff frwthatiaa curiosi. fy. It fills the entire back wall of one of hia house, and is trained in the same way a the peach, the branches stretching tipht and Jeft from the trunk some thirty or forty fnpt and is ery rigorous. The rariety is th the black rig of St. Michnel. It is now in froit 'ilh the third crop for the season. Up wards of 3,000 fig, by count have been pnth red the present season, and it is still yield ing its delicious fruit in abundance. When fully ripe this fig bursts with its own richness The fruit is fine, and a pood variety for for . cing. There are several other varieties of figs growing in the bouses, but none so proli fic as the St....

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 August 1849

..I ' 7 t 1 1 II"). il ! rl " t ,H. B. MASSERJ EDITOR AND PROPRIETOlt. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. , -' El jramflB fictospaper-Dotrt to ftotWc, sncratnrr, Ittoraltiij, jrortfjjn ann domcstfc ilctotf, Scfcner artf the girts, acrfcuttitrr, ikartttts, amusements, c. I AC.: NEW 8ERIE8 VOL. a, NO. 91. 8UNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. PA.. SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, i 849; old series vol. , no. 4s. P t A II ZI )', " iilLI -L'-i. . ; 1. .. ; TEI.MS OF 1I1E AMUIIICA.V . THE AMERICAN ia published ynj Saturday it TWO TJOLLAK8 pet aiuium to b paid hull yearly in advance, tio sper disctsiliuued utuil all arrearages are paid. All coinniuniculioii. or letter, oil bunnies, relating to the f6co, to insure aitcutton, must ee rua i i-au. , . , TO CLUliS. Three copies to one address, (500 'Seven Vm DO 1000 fifteen Do . lo M00 Five dollars in advance will pay rot three Tsar's tabscrip. io to Ihe American. 'One Square of 16 lines, 3 lime, J&very subsequent insertion, ."One Square, 3 mo...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 August 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND StiAMOKIN JOURNAL. foreign K c to 0 ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP HIBERNIA. MYEN Mil umWJ1 EtOPE. ITALY. 7 ,rTr Although, the French hare restored the go YemmentofthePope of Rome, they hare not succeeded In perenading hit holiness to return to the Vatican. Gen. Oudlnothae been himselrat Gacta in the hope of modifying the intention! of hii HolineM, but with what effect hat not been announced. The Milan Gaiette of the 2d states that a rumor was current on the Neapolitan frontier, that Garabaldi had embarked for America under favor of a disguiso, and that the band of the Tuscan Appenines merely kept hit name ai a wrt of safeguard or watchword. TURKEY. Advices from Constantinople state that an rmy of 80,000 men have been ordered to asmomhla on the Hungarian frontier to pro- ! the Turkiih territory, and to disarm all who might make the attempt to cross the frontier. A Russian Polish paper states that m. wnnblican conspiracy has been discovered inBussia, that the conspirat...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 August 1849

- - ssr-T"""- ( SUNBURY AMEMCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. KOMVTH AND Mli ECllETAHlr.eA lrf HIS CABINET. T-. : t Initor dated DlBRtE ... J,,n. 1819. Translated arid commit nicaled for the Tiibune, by tr. Garbor At toil are already aware, at the rery be ginning of the Hungarian Revolution", ieveral . nnnintnrl Iti Ifnulll h'a CnVii- (secretaries "ii - net one of them understanding Bohemian Another , Croatian, another Italian, another French and German, and all of them under standing Magyar. Among them I Had the plaoe of Translator from tKe French' Into the Magyar. '. Of Kossuth, one might almost eay'tKat the physical part of him has no longer an exis. fence of its own ; tho man is nothing but piritual energy, for if it were not so, the perishing, sickly hull would long since have been dissolved in spite or all the wisdom of the physicians But he is perhaps the only living being whose mighty will is alone suffi 'cient by its own force to urge forward the wheels of physical nature, and keep...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 25 August 1849

T . --. m-;,-f' ..a mv "r,' sj,j- wiw ,' a . SUNBURY' AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. fH(ftccUanrotts jHattt r -" HOW TO CURB A A rKMr.' j Da?id,ammnofmek wid kindly spirit, td long suffer frrt th. platMr-cIatter, i tie8r.8nding,icolding tonflu of hi worM 1 ialf... .-.it ... ,. ' Om day an bb doctor greeted David, at . hi work, With Well, Master fetid, how , be yonV v ji ' " .r"" Oh, I be rery welt, ihanka to ye, but my wlfe'a not so nicely.' ' 1 ' ' ' trtdeedtale the herb doctor, witha quick ear for an ailment, 'what ttty be the mailer wi she, Master Daid 1' ' j Well," said David, in. his usual dry quiet way, 'she her a bad breaking oui about her month every now and then, that ttonbles her and me Terry aore, I 'sure ye, Master Doctor.' 1 ' jWell,' said the latter, 'I could makes a 1 grand cure of her, I'll warrant ) I hot a salve 'at I makes fra the juice of the juniper tree, ' and biling up a lot of different kind o' things 'at qnite cures that in no time!' Deed,' said David, 'and ...

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

. --- ,'. t.-.- r t 1 1. tr:f .,..1, .. , .. Jr r 0. '. 'r - , ? 'I. " r) y H: B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR., , ror..:;)4 r;,,: OFFICE, MAMET street, OPPOSITE the post office. , f ; 1 n ,Jf(W 8ERIR8 VOL.J, NO. 99. SUNJ1UIIY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY PA.4 SATURDAY," SEPTEMBER..!, 1840.. OLD SERIE9 VOL. 9, NO. 40 1 y-... ' ' ''" A i yfr irri irYir tr a ivT fVHr M I" II' . ' J a74T TTTiKr:;;ri':.-;. .':;- AS MM AM MSI HJiJV 11 nl -,- , t It i i,v. X .v'' 1 1 J 11... t MB 1 JLJ' 7 ... TERMS Of . THE AMtlllCA . ! .THE AMERICAN it publiihed evrv Sotunlay at TXVO JDOIXAKS per annum to be paid hulr ysnrly in advance, No paper discontinued untU ai4i arrannigea are pnid. All enmmnnitatiniia rtr letter, on hu.inen relating to the &sc, tp )ure attention, mu.t be PUHT PAID. f TO CLUBS. . , , . Trre copiea to on. addrcM, tint Seven- l)n luon iliern !,), - Do ' itnou I' ive dollar, in advance will pay for three year'a aubwrip tion to the American. ...... . ' Oue Square of 18 linea, 3 times, f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 September 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. HOMOEOPATHY. The following letter will sufficiently ex plain itself. It ia enough for us that it comes - in an aothentio form; and, however "doctors mar disagree" in regard to tho subject mat' . ter, we limply perform an act of courtesy to the recipient of this communication, wno oc cupiea no doubtful position in our midst. The writer ia a clergyman 01 goou sianaing in Cincinnati, Ohio. Philadtlphia Btdletin. .- " "Cimcinkati, Aug. 9, 1849. Da. C.f!n!No, "Dear Sir I have lately read in the Sat ttrday Evening Poet, published in your city, wider data or July 28th, an article on "Cholera in Cincinnati," containing some extracts fiora a correspondent in this city, who, the editor says," 'is a gentleman well and favorably known in editorial circles.' The correspon dent of the Post ascribes the great mortality in Cincinnati from cholera: 1st, to the cir. ' cumetanoe that the mode of living of the foreign population, among whom the epidem ic has preva...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 September 1849

'.Wl.B'Jif i.l" i ! . l-W J P! ill iHiiil.WLLlniLJI.il .HI "L' I mmmmmm'mmmrjtmm SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. . '1 bExcRirnrE of tiie The above rnap re-presents the middle re gion of Hungary, extending from near the head ofthe great inland ofSchntt to theThrisv The attention of our reailr, in ,tho first place, it tlircctai. to the two great stream, the Danube and theism : the former Tiring far off in the Western part of Germany, while the source of the latter are nearly nil in the Carpathian mountains, a broad and dreary range running eaatwardly from Austrian Si lesia, and forming the boundary line between old Poland and Hungary, on the north. ' All the road leading into Hungary from Russia, with one exception (that by the Waag,) fol low the tribntarfrs nf he thciw. The main oatl by which Prince Pnskiewitch invaded he country, leave th hrti'. of the Theiss er Theiss) near Kushchau (about 100 mile rom Selseny,) and gaining the river Ipol, ads into the valley of the Danube b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 September 1849

SUNBUBY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. V HUNtUftlAlf aENBRALB. f tPtoorih Undo fcaadsrd T Freedom I lute gl Yea tome aooount of the ditln- Silked Rangmriant, Connt Teleki, M. Poll. And Colonel iketey, now'oi lately In this ftwmry. TiWIowing rrtrcu1ars, famish dMmtbjrt Mhool fellow )f Gorgey, nJ for'Ae tdbqrM of which," lit ta far a I can trust to m reoollection, can , youoh, will pitrbiiJy proro' aeceptable to you, reader at. the nometitVioit that Genertl, out mhau. flng both Hajmau and Paakiawitoh, haa out tT tlte oommunioalioni of th latter with his bash of operations, and probably placed both a eritieal ettnatiwi. George y (pronounced aearly aj the aound can be rendered by oflf "alphabet, Guergay,) maybe now between two and fonr-and-thirty years of age. Destined by Us fathor, one of the small landed Magyar Ijentry'to the career of nrm., he might possi bly, by proficiency in his professional studies in which he left behind him all competitors, leave made tip for deficiencies of pa...

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