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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 October 1849

111! 'li.i; I 'lit r v.u I (t KM '.I'll ,'i NB MERICAN ;i . 0 H. B. MASSfcR, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ' OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 3 jramfla iic'tospapfr-fcrtjotctr to 3jolfcs, ftftewtuw, IWotrhlft ' trttHh an Domtstfc airtos, Science im'n the arts, glBrltut'ture, ittarftets, fkmusentettts, c. -NEW SERIES VOL. ft, NO. 99. SUXnURV; NORTIIUMnEULANl) COUNTY, PA.. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13. lsil. OLD SERIES VOL. 10, NO. j. i i .1 f A TK.KMS OP TUB AMERICAN. , 1 in' l.ivivwv., i. puunnneu every ouiuniitY ( tOLLAKS per annum to be paid linlf yearly in ad 'NoSktier dincoutiuued until am. arrearage, are paid. THE AMERICAN i published everr Snturdny t TWO t yearly in advance, para All communication, nr letter, on busmen relnting to tha othce, to-insure attention, must ue ruat i'aiii, TO CLUBS. . . Three copiea to on address, $500 Seven li no JOO ' Fifteen Do I 1)0 . soOO Five dollar, in ariTanc will pay Tor thfea year'. sutMcrip tidn'to tile American. '.Ofle'qiiare of line., 9...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 October 1849

jiLj.nL.iji:: "(HI XIIK f ARtf'F A THE OLD GUARD DIi MocnvcY. , It i with no ordinary pleasuro we publish the subjoined correspondence, touching the question of protection to American laborViWe hesitate not to acknowledge that we have T freshed our ?eal find dcVotfon to Pennsyb vania interests by a perusal of thoso letters. The opinions and argument of mich emi nent citizens as General Camsron pnd Judge Shaler, upon a subject to which those states men have given their attention, jit View of roat national intents, cannot fail to dispel the idle cant of those who have endeavored 1o make it appear that the advocacy of a fair protection to our manufacturing intorcsts was inconsistent with the maintenance of the prin ciples of pure Democracy. Pitlshui gh Morn ing Mercury, , HON. CHAS. SHALEIVS LETTER. To the Editor of the Mercury : Sta : The course you have pursued in re lation ' to the tariff, however obnoxious to those who are disposed to make the subject a paity platform, has been suc...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 October 1849

'!. .Jli SU iN BUK Y AMElt LOAN AN D S11AM0K1N JOUKNAL. CANADIAN ANNEXATION. We hao her4 muoh of tk annexation of Canada, and aeen much discusion upon ihe point in the Canadian papers, evidently, how ' er, induced by dissatisfaction with th Go Pernor of that country, and not by any very .'reat attachment to the institutions of the Uriited States,' or any proper appreciation of 'the 'benefits they oonfer. A recent ajticlo in 'the'fclontreal Herald, one of the ablest pa pers'lB Canada, drops all passion, and discna sea the'project calmly and soundly. It first shows that a Federal union of the British provinoes, which has been advocated, in volves a separation from Great Britain, and the right to treat with independent nations as an independent State. This would necoswi Viiy throw upon (tie citizens the cost of maiiv 'tainirfft an artny and navy, for it would be absurd to expect Great Britain to bear the brunt of their quarrels. This Wings the edi tor to the point of showing how much l...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 October 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. A CONTRAST. ; 1 APOLEOH AND WASHIN0TOI ' ( from Memotrt of CWsubriend, by hknielf. . i i 1 Washington doe not, like Bonaparte, W long to roce who outstrip the standard of hu man meanurement. Nothing amazing is at tached to his rerson ; ho is not placed on a vast theatre of action; is not engaged inter tible combat wilh the most skilful generals and the most powerful monarchs of his time ; does not haste full speed from Memphis to Vienna, from Cadi to Moscow; he stands his ground with a handful of citizens in a country adorned with no peculiar celebrity, within the narrow circle of their domestic hearths. He fights no battles which revive the triumphant of Arbnla and Pharsalia ; he overturns no thrones to build up others with their ruins; ho does not say to the kings nt his pate, "Quils so font trop attenkre, et qu' Attilht s'ennuie." An air of silence envelopes Washington's actionsj he acts slowly, as ii feeling that the liberty of the future i...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 October 1849

r" " " r y TiflMT " ' ' it1' it-- t- .1 .1 ,i f ! i i . i I H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. , OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFldE. I,- ! ' m b ii'. ft iamtl m68paptt-tit)ttUti to iioUt(c, aftrraturr, "mowlUb, tfovttm utCo Bomtstfc ilctos, Settee rttttr the arts, artatlture, -fRarfttts, amusement, arc. NEW SEMES-VOL. 3, NO.! 30. !i SUNBURY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1849. old' Series Vol. io, no 44 n TT.T TT TTn TTT TFh :-mmmmMi f mast- mm CAN; i TEUMS OF THE AMERICAN. . THE AMERICAN il putiliihed every Saturday at TWO SOLLARS per annum to be paid hurf yearly in advance, paper discontinued ttiirlt all arrearage are paid. All communication or lettera on banineaa relating to the Ace, to Intare attention) mum be ruai j-aiu, TO CLUBS. Tare copies to on addreaa, 8500 Seven D 1)0 10 00 iftean Do Do WOO Fir dollar in advance will pay for thr yaf uberip, 'tion to the American. "On Square of W Hrtea, 9 time, fevery tuhaequent insertion, , i Xne Square,...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 October 1849

STINBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. California Jfcios. CALIFORKtA iJITELLIOEHCaT. Mr. Frenner, of the tioayune, writing onj the 81st of August,' gives ihe following ac count of the pRosrsjHTr, or iai mANCisco. No pen can describe properly the progress of Improvement in this country. The first we hear in the morning and the last we hear at night is the noise of the hammer and the taw. It is utterly impossible for any person to keep pace with the onward march of gen oral melioration in all things. Walk the town of San Francisco to-day and make a memorandum of all the new houses, and. some one will follow right after and report the erection of m new building. I came hith er about three months ago, and since that time the town has more than quadrupled in size. Comtneice and trade of every kind keep pace with the increase of the buildings. The streets are filled with merchandise, while the beach is fairly covered with goods) -arriving and shipping for the coast and livers. Real estat...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 October 1849

2 SUNBURY AMERICAN- AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL?, JrSreignNrtoa" , TV nVaTll f HAM KUKOPK ARRIVAL Of THE STEA&fSBtP- CALEDONIAN 'iMTORTAW TURKEY. TA Dtjficulty between the Sultan and the Em ptror of Russia, in'rtgard to tht llungkrihn , (Frtom th W eJitloh of the London Time, Sept. jtt. , CoNSTikNTioTiV, Sept. U, 1849. ,'Tha Emperor of ns?ia employs no srgu Sient in Court for hit demand for the delivery of the Polish and Hhngaf'ian refugees now'at WiddeB, but says in his Otters that he tvifl consider the escape'of one of them as causus belli. "' If the Sultan did not give a simple yes or no to his Aid-ile-Camf "he threatened to 'return to Warsaw. The Sultan 'persists in 'hit resolution, and is backed by the Foreign Ministers, the Grand Vizier, the Steraskior, and Mahomet Ali Pacha and Mahomet Patha All ; but the great majority of the council, is alarmed at the threatening tone' of the Czar's 'note, and consequently, no official announce, merit of the council's decision had been made, i...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 October 1849

. SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Agriculture FATTENINS ANIMALS. ' v, ',. Article to be Heml Wew! .." ' ' ' At this teaton, ny the Jm Firmer, "the attention of tha farmer if often directed to the fattening of those animal! which are intended for the butcher; and it it impor tant for him to know how he may turn mch articles of food to the best ac count. Several article, mich as pumpkins and apples will not keep long, and are to be used in their season, it at all. The least nutritious articles, so far as it can be done conveniently, should be fed out first ; after ward those that are nutritive. Fattening animals should be kept quiet, and suffered to take no more exercise than is necessary for their health. All exercise, more than this calls for an expenditure of food, which does not avail any thing in the process of fattening. They should be fed regularly, with suitable food, and that properly pre pared ; and as much should be given them as they are able to convert into flesh a...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 October 1849

1 .f i - . ! A . I i ll i t . IN 6 .... -, i.. H. B. MASSES; EDITOR AND PBOPHIETOK. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.,, .... a JFamfls 'lftfsjper-in'otrt to ttoimcs, ifteraturr, iHoraiftffmcfon Vni Domrstfc Jicius, Scfrnce ntrt the arts, aflrfculturr, iHarftrts, amusements, c. ,', NEW SERIES VOL.'; NO. a I. , SUMiUnY,.NOUTHU.MHEnLAND COUNTY. PA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1849. .TV v. : .10T'D series vol. 10; no.- IMIKf1 I'M w ata iv i . i . i . ..mm. m n mm, vimv . i , i m r. m. t , i --u fa-j- -ji rr T lit . ili' vc .. kvj;-!':- - m- ITL 1YJL JJJJ JLUrJL V rL TEltMS OF THE AMERICAN. ITOB AMERICAN It pnMlshed every Saturday at DOLLARS peraiumm to be paid half yearly tn ad TWO advouca. Km naner diacmtinned until all arrraraKea are paid AM ceihinaniafltion or letters on business relating to tha Rice, to insure sitennon, mint oe ivai i-aw, y TO CLUB3. Tare, copies to on. address, $500 Seven 1. Do WOO 'Fifteen 1 'Do Do BO 00 Five dolhws'lu l ranee will pay for three year's s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 October 1849

I IB'JLLL.1-.- SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. V: V ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP NIAGARA. ' BTEN DAY. WTER FROM EtllOPE HEPORTEDBURnENDEB OF COMORO (tweea Fraec and the .Vnttd State. Tne Dlfflcalty RUMORED MEDIATION LAND. OF ENG. THIERfl PROBABLE SUCCESSOR TO ' SIS. rova. L.i.rrcl.rV IKlsalsa tnsiieevieral. CEORGEY SHOT BY AN AUSTRIAN OFFICER. ' Probable Safety of Sir John Franklin, tft. TtitoasM Orricr, SACKTittt, N 8. . Wednesdst, Oct. 17, P. M. f The Sleatner Niagara, Capt. Ryrie, arrived at Halifax this morning, between 1 and 8 o' clock, with Liverpool papers to the 6th inat. her day of sailing, bringing the news of her arrival at Liverpool, i The Anglo American, from Boston, and the Columbia and Siddona, which followed the A. A. the next day, arrived at Liverpool on the 29th ult. The Niagara bring 148 through passen gers. ALARMING RAVAGES OF THE POTATO ROT IS IRELAND. The European Times contains repoits of the unfavorable appearance of the potatoes in Ireland. A sudden and v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 October 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. ,.i iaU'0orte of Jttmg Thi rtCo HoiiV in at hut explained "by to establish a republican gowrnmetll, the .... i: V nUmert on the Island.'-' General Lopi ?a the general manager. V the management 1 Mir ajH-cimen'of hh military capacity, nouna lsianuers nonm thank their 1oT nai inn uovernmrni irsjer fored fo thwart their plans, for by Ihf fime they would in all probability be tailing the the delfghta of a Spanish prison. 1 nese at tempt on the part of adventurer from this country to revnlntionixe Spanish government have always proved abortions. The people generally have been too pnsilnnimous to car ry them Into successful! accomplishment, and they would not be able to enjoy the benefits long even if achieved. 'GtN- Worth's Swords. The four splon. did dress swords presented to General Worth "on1 various occasions for his gallantry, ore now in New Orleans, with the body of the deceased warrior. One was presented by Congress, another by New York State...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 October 1849

. Qilje 7 lictcrmanan. tr U r DISEASE Of HORSES' ; FEET. :,;' ' H. S. Copeman, Veterinary Surgeon, Utica, New York, torrwpondent of the Al bany Cultivator, ayi: ; , ;,: ( i With your permission I wish td present th teaderi of your valuable jdurnal with a few remark on a disease of horses' feet, wbicb iu been unusually prevalent during the last spring and summer. The disorder we are abput to consider is known among "veterinarians" by the technical term navi cular thrUis, or navicular lameness. The causa most fertile in the production of this disnse is prolonged rest in the sta ble, the high temperature of the stable in ducing drying of the hoof, and absorption oif the sensitive, futty frog; the horny part contracts, the sole becomes hard, thick, and cdhcave ; and if to these be added circum stances which still further favor the drying of the hoof, 3 the late long continued drought, in many cases the elevation of tha sold becomes permanent. If the horse is now taken out and called upo...

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

r ; . h. b. masseb, ibiTOBi and proprietor. ; ; ; ; --52 office M ArtcIst - street, opposite Ithe post OFtifcfc agjUA,,,,,..,,,,.,,,;, ) : ' V ' " ; ! j S mhllj flftospnprr-lSrtotew to 31 IMlclrattirt, -'Mdrkiris, Jovttan afrfc DoinVstrc jHeto, Scttrtte an the 9rts adrtnilrttVi J&amts, amtwnnWts, 4Vc. I : --------' ' HEW 8EUIKS VOI a, NO. 3 8UMIUll1rk NORTIIUMBERliAND L'OUiNTY, PA., SATURDAY N.)VfiMUKU 3. Ig49. - --::( (: 1 JoLtl fifiKIKS VOL. 10 NO. IT. ; t 1 1 TRH OF Mitt AttttKll'it. . THE AMERICAN h pnbffMud trerr 9oturd.)r l TWO VOIXAMI pw unvni to bt paid half arly in advmiie, )r AUwamaaicatinu Mm uti baainraa relaunf lu k , M iiuar atwauuo, nun na ruoi r aiu i- 7 ; TO C'LtUS. -TfM anaiai lo m sadreaa, Mmm 1 Uo IUVM tuud it w it aiuara in mnirn ana pf wm jaarvatuaonp. Ma u ih Auwcican. ) OaaSoiwranf 1 Dim, I timM, ' ' ij mtmquent HMeniun, ftquara, 3 utontht, . 11 aiiintha, im yau, i 11 loiinm Card "f Fin linea, par annum, 'lfaremuitaandoUKra, arfvcrtiiinf by tha Tear, with...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 3 November 1849

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND' SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. JT o x ti g n N t to a . ARRIVAL OF THI STBAKSBIP ITEM DAYS tATR MOM tUROMC. orriCIAt aVECtARATIOI OF EisOLAJID IN . JKHAtF OF TVBKEy. rrjj- THE TURKISH AND RUSSIAN WAR. teWri''lOO,0 MRS Il THE FlEtO. Departars el tht Refugees ires Tarkef. JtLtonifH 0ficr, SACKWLtt, N. B. i i Wednesday, Oct. !4 8, P. M. f .,Th8 steamship Europa, Capt. Lolt, arrived at Halifax this rooming, with 1S3 passengers, And was to have left for Boston at about 1 o' clock. " : ' : : .THE . TURKISH AND RUSSIAN DIFFl w -. l . CULTY. ' -j. Pending the decision of the Emperor of Russia upon Ihe appeal to him respecting the extradition of the Hungarian refugee., the English papers contain many reports respect ing; the probabilities coucerning the issue, but of course hothine definite can be arrived at until the 'resolution of the Emperor and his Imperial Council shall bo made known. The reply of the Emperor, which was expected with the most intense anxiety, would, it was thou...

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

SUNBURN AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. v: i , , .. , (Press Mm N. O. DeJ 1 L . I t 1 llllfctETBt:Dy l tBA. ... ea i r. 11 Si i ' . t r- ' W tfCPitn) ?rtnlay. per brip Ailam Grar. from our ttf,ntiv Havana rorrrvn. dent, some inlwstliisV details af an affair of fate occnrrrnr in Cuba, which in atrocity. Unnatural brotalMyi and complicated tra-n-dr, ita-artf fqnale horrible story of thr BnreV as. Cnrfr,nHj from tha dopumcnt apnt tii by our' correspondent, ile facia of tha case am aa Wlowai .. fi t..ij . In th district of Tina del Rin, there re Med, aoma timet airo n wealthy planter, hnw ttamo was Run Joan. Thin man,' or ratW brnte in hnmnn form, had been for aorna time liviny criminally with hi own rlanirhtfr, to th" ktinwlodun of thr wift and Another, who. hntvvar, wan afraid to excite tha brrttnl renffeanca of the mmistrr. bv de. honncinv and expoaicjr his crime. But an the daughter began to bloom Into wnmenhnod. tha aenae of sham and dgredntion bejjin ring to operate on hr mind, she...

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

STINBURVJ AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIIN' JOUBWAL. Agnciltuw. ' i:.t Ib .,.',. ' -. IMAIME5I 0 cow., ... - , ThtMam jablc int. pwcifiii ahimala should in tratad at all timet wilh h g rotcst kiwi teas. 'Milken and othera hlh tha care ftd management are- often chargeable for much of the difficulties they encounter in the prosecution of their reepeetie locations, to their own indiesretion ; in attempting to cor. rect bad habit by violent retnediea, which er?ea only to confine the evil, and not nnfre' quently becomee the source of othera that no auiduitr of attention is capable to overcome r modifv. Man v valuable animal ha been ruined by hareh treatment, especially during the firet season after dropping their first calf, when they are particularly timid, and should, consequently bo approached and managed with the most gentle care. It sometime happens that a degree of intermescetice or excoriation of the udder, occasioned either by an undne secretion of milk, or the action of jhe calf's jaw whi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 November 1849

T" f ; YTrMrM KIlUI noH.t r A r-f i -(, J . MS "J CO I bill 0 " 5 u OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE ! THE POST OFfrlfcfc .'iwtli,wwrW toloU;jh'8 Jrstrtrti? t 'o riif ati" anV tipmp'stt't '1 ctosi stitmt am flit Stts, aorffttlturr, iHarftets, amum'tnts,' ki. 'It Hew series VoL 9, Nb.ai. SUNBURV, NOHTntiMfiERLAND COUNTY Av SATURDAY,' No VEMBEU 10, i&W. OLD SERIES VOL. 10, NO. 7. ' :T"" ...,, .,.. -.tut I ..,1.ni.1'ITU :mT f .YTrMrM KMUII I KI i ni r 1 l ' r J ' I h J :h! . . .! I l. .i.h-;- Mil i; I iiii i -i.it .i:7i ;,; ;,! ("i'I ';T .'A :i ..,'.:! '. V ' i 'i ' ' ' ' ' i i i i i - ' I ' 1 ' ' : BSS9ESMS3 ' TERMS OF TUB AMKRICAV , m A JaTfcRlC AN la pabrMea eVrtir flatorfey l W6 TKJuTXRS par annaA to t paid half yearly w ad ranee, Urn aapac diaauntlnned aiitil u arrearafM are paid. AB acaranjiikationa or lettera on bueineaa relaUnf 10 Ik to ineare atteation, moat be POtJT PAID. 'TO CLUBS. rkrcaeopMa'toona addreaa, . S0O i.yea Pe Do 1000 Til'tean Do Do to 00 F in dollare in advan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 November 1849

J'o reign, Niw s. ARRIVAL OF THt STEAMSHIP HIBERNIAA . . . v ETEIf DAtS tAIERROM tUROFE. Tloiuh OrricB, Sackvim-b, N. B. I ... Saturday Afternoon, Nor. 1. ) Xough passage soross the Atlantic, groped her into' Ik JiartwTf of Halifax at about t 6'. clock lust evening. She brings Paris dates Cjtjlhe iSth and Liverpool of the 20th ult , "together with near 100, passengers, " amongst vfhom aire Mr.' VVhiU and family,' American' Comul for Hamburg.:-,.-..tf TURKEY AND RUSSIA. There is no later news, in the European "Tiroesj (the only .paper that has come to ' hand) from Constantinople or St Petersburg, ' and of course, we have got no solution of the "difficulty between the Porte and the Autocrat 4he geneial belief, however, among well in .formed circles, is said to be that Russia - will i pocket the affront rather than provoke a col- lision with France and England. N 'Their is a rumor from, that in consequeuce tf the relation in which Louis Napoleon stands -with 'the Czar, he would gladly ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 November 1849

ViTTJVRU.UVL A MUTUm A TSJ ANtt U A MftTlltf inTTIiTVAT unwwK-j MuxxuauiUtviixti a v J KJ xvii xa.JUw I ! "I J proved bf?dieSnwaulil'AahmiJ, nwn reh oplnyV)iliiy lid Ijdeol! d( character." By tito tormJnii of 4he I tiiaaries, hi lid' th innpii bY infamous prastorian' cohort jhat ', had. , always regarded the ImpBrW purple m, vestment T their own nd hadvr wd Jir wearer--. a tlaV' of IheijoWritasaflu.rpWs.., 9e folrbdttf eJ rmv n preforms in the administration, n.ncl by hte foMfgn policy, ha broke down the bur jier of imperious bigotry and hatred that had oong'held Turkey aloof from the other na lions ot the world. The same liberal, tenden fleW'rhnftifegted by th , present Sultan, finder his enlightened Grand Vizier) Resohid Tashai and aided and sustained as they are ty foreign Influence and especially by that of j Itte admirable GngKfe Amfcassador. Sir Dtrat ford Canning mey will, doubtless, result in tiiuok substantia improvement.! -But' public Corruption and oppression still remain...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 November 1849

SUNBURY AMERICANND SHAM OKIN JOURNAL. BOW MTIf IHWIIW ITOt TH ' ' LXDTt TMtNMWla . ,ThBlhm Mtwtgires oatha following, u tatting occurred in one of tba nhg of the Oil Bay State, witM" rtcollwtio" of te writer. Wo do not know when ta njoyerl to nearly laugh, " m re,dln incident in Iho life f leth Hawkinai I Snnday night wu tho aeaeon whteh Sotn enoaft tb d hii weekly devour, at Mre. Horn by would y, and hi road toneighbor Jone wfcoeo daughter Sally waa the objeot of bie particular hope, lay acre three long mileaof territory, aliimpy aa an old wemao'a mouth, and aa irreclaimable aa a prodigal eon gone way for the third time. One all-iufficiently dark night unheeding Wind and weather, ae gallant and annice a lorer aa ever atceddled a atump, Seth, in best bib and tucker,' and dickey, and all that, started upon hit accustomed weekly pilgrim age to the shrine of Sally Jones a aweet cirl bv the way, aa atrawberriee and cream re sweet. Seth knew every land mark, if he could aee it j but the ...

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