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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 March 1842

'lKIUIS OF TIII2 "AMUlllCAX." HEN'KY H. MASS Ell, i PuattsHims mo JOSEPH EI8EL.Y. $ PoriTons. . It. JKISSEIt, UMor (orriC IS MlUPltiT ITHECT, 1KA Kr.fH. 'I'll E AM E HIO A N" i published every Satur day at TWO DOLLAKS per annum to be ;jaiil half yearly in advance. No paper dtscontin. uml till a li. arrearages ate paid. i')ulHcrition rereired for a lea period thfin ti months. All rommunkations or letter on Sanities rol.iting to the ollico, to insure attention, wiiwt be POST PAID. TO A LABV. The heart ha iorrow ofi'a own, And grief i veils from all ; And teats thnt hide them from the world, Tn anlilude will fill ; And whrn its thoughts of agnny t'pon the hosnms lie. E'en Ncauty in her loveliness Will pass unheeded by, ''Pis only on the happy, that. She never smiles in vsin ; To them she wears the minhow's hues That mock the summer rain; .And their free hearts will worship her, As one whose home is heaven .A being of a brighter world, To earth a season given. That time whh me Viasbem 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. — 12 March 1842

Coolness In the Ilenr of Danger, Tlie New York American, in an article re lating to the particulars of the Iocs of the Pea- rock, as published in a lute number, says that it recalls, by the contrasts in the results, the Ihi-m of the Trench frigato Medusa, wrecked several years ago, oft the coast of Africa, The editor of the New York pnper says: "In the American ship w e find calmness, energy, self- possession, and entire subordination, preserved, under most trying and dangerous circumstan ces. No confusion, no intoxication, nnd by consequence, the safety of all on board the gallant commander the last to leave his wreck ed ship. In the case of the French frigate, there was great loss of life, and scenes on the rail, to which the survivors were obliged to re sort, that exceeded in horror all previous ac counts of shipwrecks. Insubordination and iu toxientitm caused the whole. Many thrilling incidents might be cited, to ilhiHtratc the intrepidity, coolness and presence of mind of Ameri...

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. — 12 March 1842

A Searching Letter TfttARunr DKrATMKKT, Pels 31, 1844. Sir : The Interests or the Government require, the officers engaged in the revenue service should le men whose character for lobriety, skill ami vigi lance, ia above alt suspicion. It is feared that in some instances this may not be the case, and the object of this letter ia to request you to inform me whether the character of those ofTiccra with whom you are acquainted is auch as fully to meet the re. quisition above mentioned. If you know any one who ia wanting in sobriety, akill or vigilance, you will make known without reserve, his deficiencies, so that timely corrective may be applied. I am respectfully, Your ob'l servant. V. FORWARD. Secretary of the Treasury. To I fie Collector of t he Custom House at - The N. Y' Tribune thus notices lecture re cetitly delivered by Mr. Madia in that city, on the "Life ol Genius." Mr. Maffltt'a Lecture. We have rarely likened to a more brilliant, and The paitleulara of the cost of th steom...

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. — 12 March 1842

"I A K MOVE LIST. l'i:STLVAI.i Ti e following list showi the curnnt value of all Penury Ivania Bunk Note. The nnwl implicit re liance may be placed upon ft, it is every tnctk i an fully compared with at (1 corrected from Bi. k in ll' Reporter. trunks In Ilillal lilil;i. i . Alii. f . . i'ir. in Pi NOTES AT r a k. Hsi k of North America1 . Dank of the Northern Liberties . Dank i)f I'cimatlvania . itank of Penn Township . , 'nmii.i rcial Dunk of lYnn'a. . I'uiuir' ami Mechanic' Dunk , Oirar.l I!ank , . Kcniriton Bank . , Miinutacturrra' Al Mechanics' Bunk Mechanics' Dank . . Mnynrnensing Hunk . I'liiladulphia Bank . . !S. l.iiNtkill Har k Sotuhwark Bank Western Bunk pnr par fuiied pur pnr pnr failed par par pnr par par par par pnr Country ltauKs. It ink of Pittsburg Dink of Chester County Rink of Delaware County Bank of Oermantown Hunk of Lewistown Bank of Middletown Bunk of Montgomery Co. Dunk of Nnrthuuibetland Fiilsbuig par par pur pjr par par par Westchester ( 'hosier Gcrmantow-n ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 19 March 1842

ti:iuis of the " American." JOSEPH EI8ELY. $ Pai lUPaiKTORg. . it. n.tssEi, Editor. orricE in narkct trutiT, atia bee. Til E" AM ElTlOAN" is puuliked every Satur day at TWO DOLL A Kef pir annum to be jaiJ half yearly in advance. Mo paper diacotilin ticil till all arrearage ate paid. -Nonubscriptionj received fur a leaa period thin Hit nomthh. Alt cemmuiiicatioiif or lottery n uainp relating tatae office, to insure attention, wiuet be POS T PAID. -r From an English 7Vt. THE LOVER'S COXFK8SIOX. It t not for thy rowy t hrA, Nor for thy lork o nunny bright, It in not for fliine-evci that ppcnk In sparkling word of diamond light ! It i not for thy voire po rlpar, 'I'hy milr, all cold rpoerve dinarminp, 'J'hit I ilii love thee, Mary, dear, Though I confrM that they are charming. 'J'liv thrilling glnnce, What jy, perchance To find it softly bent on mr When nthrrn in fhe mnzy dance Pou.'otte and ladirV-ohain with thee. The quiet futile, that none erceive, But he, whom bmom it doth fetter, ....

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. — 19 March 1842

Urn ram- of Hie Precious MrtsU. Il i.-s well known li:it pure metal cannot be t. (rained, except from the puro.-t ores, without Iff'.- use ijiNitiU'ksilvcr ; consequently, the qua n t Ay tftlio precious metals' is dependent upon tin: supply of quit ksiUcr,and tlic price at which it is held. The only mines of quicksilver in Hi i1 woildthut arc worked to any extent, tire l In ice in Spain and (icrmany. Those ni Spain h ive hi en, till within the last eitfbt yvars. oyrlod by the Governmon', and the pi ice of ksilvor was kept nt about forty dollars per quintal. Since then, they have been in'the paessiou of Mr. RotliFchi'd, and the price oH the qiueksiler has been raided to one hundred i mi 1 iii ..i.i.t ,1 il..., . . , ,. . ,, : nni t eniy dollars tier Quintal, which is treble Us dinner price TI ' t f lll(iwmJ ,lLii..,,e?r0PVe.i n m,neri in ..ruiany, probably through the mlh.ei.ee ol Mr It.ithsehild, simultaneously raised the prlco j ot the article there. The ell'ect of these measures h...

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. — 19 March 1842

old England'! diciplined legions to respect ihe Ka Ble, the itr and Ihe stripe of this glorious rrpub. lie, Such then w the charactet of Col. RICHARD M. JOHNSON in war, and fur this alone his me mory must be forever green and frosh in the grati tude of a nntion of freemen. Hut it is not as He ro alone it is not eiclusivcly as a great and suc cessful commander that we claim for him the high est consideration nf his fellow citizens brilliant and enduring as are his services on the field, ihejr fade away and arc eclipsed In view of his character and services as a civilian, a patriot, a statesman, and a philanthropist. His name stands connect! d with almost every great measure which has carried eacc and comfort home to the doors of the poor and oppressed for the last thirty .sevcu years. The records of the nation bear us out in the broad as eertion, that RICHARD M. JOHNSON has -originated nearly every great measure which lis improved substantially the condition of hia coun trymen in civ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 19 March 1842

son: LIST 1 1I!XVI.VMA. Tt f dlowlng lit hnw tlir curr. til value of nil Pennsylvania Bunk Notm. 'I'lie iii'"t implicit re li .nre may t placed iioii it, a- il i-every torrk latifully comparcj with ai il eoiree cJ bom Bi k Mil's Krpnrier. Banki In riillartt Iplila. .... . DlSC. I t'niLAti. par . par failed par par par 33 a 40 . p;ir par . par por ; par par . par par NOTES A T P A It. Hank of Nor 1 1) Atneiica Bank (if dm Northern Liberties . Bank ill Peutiavlvaiiiu Batik ul' Venn Township , Commercial Bank of Pcnn'a. . I'ariierV giul Mechanics' Dank Hirurd Bank . . Kensington Dunk , Muiiii'nctiircrs' & Mechanics' Bunk Mechanics' Bank . . Mnvnmensirig Bank . Philadelphia Hunk Sihuvlkill Bank Soiiibwark Bank W'riitem Hank . Country I tun Km. Mank of Pittsburg Bank of Chester County Hunk of Delaware County Bank of (frmaiitowti Hank of Lvwistnwn Bank i f Middlctnwn Bank of M onlOiiu ry On. ll.ittk nf Northumberland links County Hunk Columbia Bank & Bridge co. Carlisle Uank Doylr...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 26 March 1842

Ti;iUIS OP THE " AMEIIICAX." HENRY B. MA8SEK,? Pun Men ami awo JOSEPH KI8KLY. J Piiorai stors. it. b. JiASHKii, :auor. nrnci in iit sturkt, hsar deer. TH E" AM ERICA N" is published every Satur day at TWO L0IJLA.R8 per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. So paper discontin ued till all arrearage ere paid. No subscriptions received fur a loss period than nix month. All comriiunientions or tellers on '.business relating to the ollice, to inaure attention, must be POST PAID. TO BOZ. O IW! Tlonfc'havTj tarried To find a m:in like you; And now I hear you're m-irrieil, Oh dear, what shall I do ! Each day I Riowa more madder, Tear down my face do run ; I'm fuitin d like a shudder, Or ice before the sun. 'O, Doi! that wife tlT yon, I wish dial she would die : For then I'm sure, you might A fancy tuke to I. WhenTirul apt my eyes on You, I did love you Box; '.Then give ynui wife aorne pi.-on, 'J'h: re ia "sufficient cos." MoLLT. The Dreary Ecu-tli. 'I have aeen the bride turn pate, Benea...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 26 March 1842

Ao'Jr W hif Loan tit no ' Lath a few imthlhs brfurt their trpcratinn : J 'J here is a mysllc thread of life So ilrarly wreathed with mine alone, That De tiny' relenl knife At unce muM sever both or none. Thete is i oyi on wh'cli these eyes Had i.ften g..7.ed with f.m.l delight ; Uy day that from their Joy suppl es, And dreams restore it through th night. There is a voice w hose (ones inspire Snch tlirilU of rupture through my breast ; I would not hrar a seraph choir Unlets that vo:cc could join the ret. There ! a fact whose blushes tell Affection' tale upon the cheek ; 13 ii' pallid at one- fun. I farewe'l, i'rofltiima mote love than word can spenk. 'I'hrro ia lip which mine hath pre, 'J, And none had ever prcl In fore, It vowed t'i maks me sweetly hlcss'il, And mine mine only, press it more. There in bosom all my own Hath pillow'd oft this aching head; A mouth which smile on rrie alone, An rye whose tears with mine are shed. There are two hrartt whose movements thrill In Uuiaon so ...

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. — 26 March 1842

Mr. Epitoh. Allnw us to recommend for the office of Brigade frtpcctor, it the emitting election, Captain Wilms L. Dsn-aav, of the Sunbury irrys. He is an able commander, and would, no xloaht, aaake an excellent Inspector, THB dllKSTtOV SKTTLKtX We trust that we ate no fully out of the woods, "with regard to tin resumption of specie payments. A general resumption took place yesterday by the , (following iartitutinns: Viie rhilaiclhia Bunk, 'Commercial, North America, FHrmera' and Mcch jnics , Douthwark; Northern Liberties, Western, Kensington, ticrmantown. The HMmvrACTcitKii!r and Mr-mAsncr,'," the "MotAitMUd," the "Much skua','' and I'aew Towjtsaie," did not open. Like the Hank of the United States, the Cirard and the Bunk of Penn sylvania, thaw instilutioiiH are closed ; hut it is to Ih hoped that in the course of a short limn, they will be able b redeem all their note. A statement ly the Moyamensing Bank will he found in another frt of our paper. The resumption ofyesterd.iy was co...

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. — 26 March 1842

U A X K. X O TK JL, 1 9 T. PF.XXS1 LT.1XI A, The fuliowing lilt shows ihe cum- nt W.ue of nil Pennsylvania It. nk Note. Tlie moA implicit re li it.ce nay te placed upon A, rt i'titr tsrolr artfully compared with ai d curwc-ed from Bi k till' Reporter. Aianks lu rmiatlelplilji Nam. Location. Disc, i riLr. pm par filed closed pit . Tar 3ia40 . par close d closed closed . pur psr par par NOTES AT PAfc. ftm.k nf North America . Hark of the Northern Libeitte , Jjnk of Pcnnsvlvenia , , tank of Perm Townsltip . Commercial Bank of PennV . Farmers' and Mechanic' Bank . Oiterd Bank t'ttiisington Bank . Manu'arturera' & Mechanics' Bunk'' , Mechanic' Bank . . Mm meriting Bank . . ll.ila.lelpiiia Bank S.huvlk.tl Bank South wark Bank . . Western Bank . . , Count ry Rnnli. Hrttik of Pittsburg Pitisbuiir pin par "psr par par 1lmk of Chester County tl.ink of Delaware County 4auk uf Gcrrnantowit Eunk of Lewistowfl tlank of MiddtetiTWrt Bank of Montgomery Co. Bank of Northuinbeilutid VctJtchMtef C...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 2 April 1842

TIIUIS or T1IU AMI.ItK A." HENKV B, MASSER, 3 Pviumiu ao JOSEPH EISKLV. $ 1huto.. II. It. .TUtSSVH, Editor. nrrici lit m auk kt thkt, ntnn ntt.n. Til E A M E It 10 A N " i published every Satur day at TWO OOLI.AKS pr annum to be uiJ half yearly in advance. lio paper duconliii Med till all arrearage arc paid. No subscription received fur a less period than kit month. All eommutiicattona or Idler on business relating to the ollice, to insure allenlion, ui be POST PAID. We love a fine hone (and a fine dog) too well omwlves, to refuse place to the lament for tire ) of one, even though it ran less smoothly than the annexed lines : From Hie Xew York American. I.lnra on the Deatti of Eclljimr, Favorite Home. When late acros this plcmnnt lawn, Well mounted on thy hack, I passed and thou didst bear me on ; O'er many a leafy track O'er hills that tower in noble pride, Thiouch many a thaded Unc, With head erect, or tiirnM aside To view the ripened grain ; I little thought o noon to are, All "'...

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. — 2 April 1842

I. VAhiox op TF.ms. j at (,c prospect of an early engagement, and the V.rnrwul nf JwmWiu. betirreu Mf.tko tuul , mottojf 'Victory iff Death and no Surrender,' Texas, j irt the cry ntid M'Htchwordof every Tcxanciti The New Orleans papers oRbe Will -inrtaiti j 2() t)l language ofthe hero of San Jadn r-ritain the important utclJi'nc:i of a new t(( WKW3 u.r vm, ,nVe -'Mexico has made ! lllkJ l lis miKntoA!.! 1. ..,, f i V 1 rS lit;! I . ll I.I 1- . : .. iiiiinmnnwi .uu pui t XPjC War anU IIN.S proVOKCU 1 110 111(1 IgllBt Hill Ol all Texas, in fulfilment of the threats "je-inst the , .vlul haves-swarded her saniruinarv cruelty arid inatclik-fd perfidy since the Alamo was fit t be sieged. Let-Mexico look our fur the recom- pensu of her inicpiities. pie have America im got to be, if they can si lently go on and negocinte by letters w itli them barbarous Mexicans, and their citizens abused, murdered and treated as felons by these reptiles. The U. S. Government will send out n fleet ol ships...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 2 April 1842

Oeorffe Handy, nd t1i $119,000, (ikoriir Haiit win summoned befo e the joint commiite to enquire whether any corrupt means had been used by the banks to Influence the Legist laiure, or any department of the government, and when the committee piopossd to swear him "to t II the truih, the whole truth and nothing hut the truth," in regard to the transaction, he refused to tuke the oath, when the committee through their chairman, Mr. Sharawood, introduced a resolution to bring him up before the House for a contempt On Monday at nine o'clock ho was brought to the bar of the House, and having there Tcfnsed to lie sworn, various nurtioire were made, first to rcpri maud, second 'to imprison in the county jail, third n the arsenal, and fourth in the erct commiite room of the capital, the latter place being the most ' comfortabie, was pitched npon, and Mr. Handy is now a "State Prisoner1' in the east comrnitte room of the capitol of Pennsylvania, The imprison ment, however, is not deemed by s...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 2 April 1842

II A Mi NOT 12 1,1 S T. r i:xsvi.vA.i a. The fallowing list show the curr. nl value of nil Pennsylvania Bank Notes. The most implicit re li'ticc mny be placed upon it, as it i every week rarMnlly compared with ai d orrected from Biik iill Hi porter. JlnnkM In riillndrlphla. 1)1 HC. I Nam. Location. PAR. Phi lad. pnr . par fail, d . 30 par . par 45 a 50 . par 30 25 25 a 30 . par par . par par Pittsburg psr Westchester fi Chester par Gcrmantown pur Lewistown B Middlctown 10 Noiristown par Northumberland 10 Keaditig Columbia 10 Carlisle 10 Doyleslown pur Easton par Pittsburg 5 Hnlhdaysburg 5 Bristol par Lancastet 810 Reading par Harrisburg 10 a 15 Lancaster par Lebanon 10 Pittsburg 5 ' Pottsville par Allentown Towanda failed Williamsport 05 to CO Wilkesharre Harriuburg"') These Lancaster I olliccg Heading f do not Easton J issue n. D I 8 C O U N T. Hank of the United States I'lliladelphia GO Office of Hank of II. S. Pittsburg Do do do Erie l)j do do New Brighton Kensington Sov. Ins. A ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 9 April 1842

AMERICAN. rUICES or ATEllTI3ICt. lirriCC IK KIHIT SThF.KT, XKAR DEER. THE " AM ERICA IS" id published rvcry Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages ate paid. No subscriptions received fur a leaa period than six moth. All coinmunicationa or letters on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. AND SI I AMOK IN JOURNAL. Absolute acquiescence in the decisions of the majority, the vital principle of Republics, from which thrre i no appeal but to force, the vital principle ami immediaie parent ot diMpmsm. Urrmaov Ily Itlasser K llMcly. Sunbiiry, IVorlliumberlaml C o. Pa. Saturday, April , 1st". Toi. 11 vo. wnu. TURNS Of THE " AMERICAX." HENRY B. MAS8ER, PuausHKaa ard JOSEPH E1SEI.Y. 5 PnoranTOKg. It. B. n.taSEU, Editor. 8TOBMI lore t O Love I lit JAXKS MACK. I.ove ! O I.ove ! to every heart What a blessed thing thou art, When beauty is levelling Thy soft and ardent feeling ! II rows blu...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 9 April 1842

ton the Axinir'. In thought from the visions of the nl;ht, when id i p lecp full' tli on men, tear mine upon inr, and trembling, which made nil my bones to shake Jon iv, 13, 14. When night's daik shadows si'rnt fill, Mantling in gloom cat h Itrvely scene, With (he deep hlmkniss of pall, Whcie life and light o jte hath been. Anil the wind's low voiie is f unity hoard, Coming from far with dreary moiiii, And the wild shriek of (he boding hird, Falls on 'the ear so shrill and lone. "Pis then that vision" fill ihp soul, And sprrlrcs of the pait nppcar, liifiiiR with power, which spurns control. Filling the heart with iwe and fear. Then o'er the spirit wiih startling force, Comet the conviction ire mut t the ' Chilling the life stream in it course, As wc feel the dread reality. And will the wind sigh o'er my grave t And the owl hoot with tlismul cry ! And will these warm affections leave My soul ! and must I can I diet S.nlileii what gleam illume the heart, frit-penning light, himI hojic...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 9 April 1842

i Another Kicltement. The Caroliik Uutuaob Abais Mil J. 8. Ho sin im Kochistkh Jail. April 1, 6 o'clock A. M. Last evening, a warrant wan granted by ivatiee Hiichan of thin rity, for the apprehension of John Shcridnn Hogun, Esq, charged with having been one of Iho destroyers of tlM Caroline, and of tlio party who killed Amos Durfen and other. Mr. llogan whose motions are a-iid to have lerii carefully w itched, both here and in Canada, wan perdily arrested, just aa be was starting fir the country hi a carriage he having arrived in the Uore a few hour before from Toronto, He h carried before Police Jusiioo Warner, -nd committed to jail for further examination till "4 o'clock this afternoon, Some fern nn ex jessed doubts nstr whiilrer he s really the persoN, as he was in mine degree dis guised; liul if lie actually r Uogan, his pnrtici . pation in the Caroline Outrage is a alter of no oriety. He Miaved wiili sprril at the Th.'lice office asked no faran required no friends hut (Placed l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 9 April 1842

ill IMS IIMJllil. .JIIII JlJiU. Illll. ! .1 , ii a k k a o t u e. i 8 t. . im:xsyi ama. The f dlowing list shows the curr. lit value of nil IVriusvlvRnia Bunk Note. The mn-i implicit re linnec may I placed upon it, - it ittvry week can fully omipimd with at d corrected from l!i k lull's Repiwler. Itauks in IMillarii Iphla. . t ,. Disc, t NaMS. LwCTKI!. ,HtAn NOTES AT PAR. Rank of North America . . par think of the Northern Liberties . . par Bank of Pennsylvania . .10 Hunk of IVnn Township . . .40 Commercial Bunk of Penn'a. . . , par Farmers' and Mechanics' Bunk . . pur Gi ard Bank . . . 4.1 a 60 Kensington Dank . . . 'r Manufacturers & Mechanics' Dank . 30 Mrclmiiics' Dank . . 25 Mnvnmenaing Uink . . 25 a 30 Philadelphia Liniik . . pur Schmlkill Dank ... par S.mthwark Hank . . . par Western Bunk . . . par Country Hanks. Rank of Pittsburg ' Pittshuig par Bmk of Chester County Westchester 6 Bank of Delaware County ('heater ' par Rink of Germantown Germantown - par Hank of larwisro...

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