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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 16 April 1842

TKIIMS OF THE "AMERICAX." 11ENRV B. MA8SER, 3 PoausntK ing JOSEPH KISKLYS Paoraiir.as. orrici in mht ithiit, ha acta. T II E AM EUIUA.N" i published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid hlf yearly in aJvance. No paper discontin ue till all arrearages ate paid. No subscription received fur a lees period thin an mouths. All communications or letters on business relating to the ollke, to insure attention, tnunt he POST PAID. The American Boy. t JOHN H. HRWITT. Fnther look p anil see tint t flu, How gracefully it flicg; Those pretty atrippn ihev srrm to be A rainbow in the rkira." It is your country's flag, my son. And proudly drinks the light. O'er ocean's waves in f,ir ign climes A symbol of our might. Father what fearful noifp is that, Like thundering in the clouds ? Why do the people wave their hats, And rush a'ong in crowds!" It ia the voice of cannonry, The glnd shouts of the free, This is the day of mrniory dear 'Tis Freedom's jubilee. "I wish that I was now a man,...

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. — 16 April 1842

From the A. Y. Commercial Advertiser, j Hhnrtt Island. Tho news from Rhode Island yet consists cnicfly of rumors mid speculations. Hut tlij aro, if any thing ; less favorable ti the main tenance uflaw and order tli.ii ypstr-rday. The correspondent of a morning contemporary, evi dently n sympathiaitr with tlie revolutionists, writes ns follows: ; Phovidknce, Aril ?. 'As respects tlio slate of parties here, h looks vrry dark. There is n guard of thirty men placed at the arsenal, nnd the military comyia nies hive been -overhauled by the (lovrnmr. The question vs put to thern. Vill you support tho laws of Rhode Island .?" They wanted it quaiified so ns to pledge them to stip port nil laws but the ltrtc net, but he would not vary it. Of flu infantry 17 voted to do it, of the artillery 11; marieo artillery not known; Woonsockot Co. none." "John Whipple has gone 1o Washington lo nsk nid tor the Government ; nnd 1. Rrown on the other side in the Mine car. The free HifFWigos nre wide awnke ;...

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. — 16 April 1842

Tnttmnnr of Mr. Hanil)-, M'e copy the following teatim ny of George 1 1 andy before ll Commute, of investigation from the Philadelphia Onrrtte. f i will lie seen 111 it Mr. Handy .denies having any enmmuiricaion or CON VERSATION with tlio Executive or moin dicra of the Legislature, Tsa-w Mf or Mn. Htxtir. j DiJ yon, m member of Ihe committee from the hank.Teceivo liny money 7 A. A regard lh.,t, I have, nn doubt but that the largest amount of that sum (123,00(1) did pas iinto my hands, but the whole of it did not. Every cent that did pare into my hands wai approprinleJ and paid overto the agent employed Daniel M. Uroadhesd and George VV. South, of Philadelphia, I swear and declare that tint one penny of it wan ever retained and appropriated to my own -private, use. tj- How mucli did you piy to hit. Broadhoad and Mr. South 1 A. My rmprescinn is fhnl life amonnt ipnid to Mr. I) mad head whs (not having kept nuy written mcmniandum) about one hundred and twenty thousand dollars. I wish t...

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. — 16 April 1842

It A ML JfOTE LIST. The f lining list shows the curr nl value of all V" Udiiin Hul k Not.. The tmt implicit re lume :my In" placed utioii it, as it i-every wtk n- f i 'v c iinj 11? 1 with ul J correced fiom I'i k in .!' ii- n.ric-. ira'iUq fn l'DHailt U lti.. Pise : -W.ir.. Location. ,, I Ul Ml) NOTES A T 1' A H. i i t. ot .n'ltii !iieiica" i 1 : i k nf tho Northern Liberties I'M.k of I tfinsilv&iiin , 1.'i.i!j i.l lYrii iiphii . Ci.ir.mereiil Rtr.k .1' Pcnn'ii. . VirT' tm' Aii.i M.c'iauics' Bank lirnr.i Uani, , , Kensington Bank . M.n u.nrtiirrrs' (j Mechanics' Batik MiclunicV Hank . pur pnr failed 40 pill par 60 par 40 M riiiicttping 13 ink I'I niid.lphi Hank S,hulki!l Bank Hi.uiliwu.ik IJnnk Western Bunk . Country 'M par par pur par Ilillllitt. 1 ' i ; i f l 1 1 i fr Westchester Che.t.r (irrmuntown Lewistow n Middletnwn Norristown Northumberland Reading Mm k nt ntlsburg Hank nf Chester County It.mk i -f Delaware County 1! ink of Ocrmai.town luink il I.cvvistowii Hunk nf M idi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 23 April 1842

ti:iuis OF TIIE "AMERICAS." HE.NRY . MAS8ER, 1 Pdhuim, aib JOSEPH EISELY. 5 Phophietohs. it. JlJtSSKH, Editor, OFFICE IB MARKET TKKKT, WBAR BKRn. THE AM EUlCAM'Virpubhdied ever, Salur dy at TWO OOIX.Vns per annum lobe iPuiJ half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages ate paid. No subscriptions received for a loss period thnn -six iiojths. All communications or letter on business relating to the oilice, to insure attention, unust be POST J'AID. l. . mi a From Code ft Lady'a Booh fur April. Where the Weary arc at Rent.'' HI J C-LI KT II. LKWIS. 'Mother! moiirrrinir Tor (lie iiifint Now released from sin Bikl pain, ' ChII not brick the ransomed spirit To the weary world airniii. Thouph tho huea of ear'h have faded, Lone thy house and ad thy breast, "Ye ahall meet again rejoicing, "Where tho weary are at rest." Warrior ! 'mid tho din of battle Pealing death on atl around, Marring; ruthlessly Cio.l'a im irc ' Felling brothers on the ground, Oase the ntrlfe, and tur...

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. — 23 April 1842

AWKl'l. ST RAM HO. IT KPll.10. I Krai ful DeaO-iictlon of l.lvr. It is our melancholy duty to record tlic most orful and fatal steamboat explosion wliicli has er taken place on tlio waters of the Chea pen k. Tho new and splendid steamboat Mk oh., built fur the line between this city mid Norfolk, was yesterday rendered a wreck by llio explosion of her stcam-lioilcr, attended by a lea'ful destruction of human lite. The Mcdorn was just completed, and prepa ratory to being turned out from the hands of the machinists, a numherof persons were invited to pu in her on an experimental trip. The day being pleasant, it is supposed that probably one hundred or tnore, were on boaid, including mime of the directors of the Steam Bout Compa ny und their friends, and a number of the bunds engaged in finishing tho vessel, putting in the machinery, &.c, and otherwise connected with the construction or sailing1 of the fcoat. Soon after three o'clock, 1. M0 the boat was nlwut to start from the wharf...

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. — 23 April 1842

Editorial Miscellany. Tlie memliere of (he B ir in the United Stiles re about lo erect a monument to Chief Justice Marshall. $3,000 have already teen raised to wards the object, principally by the Philadelphia Dir. Henry K. Strong Esq., bas been elected Sla'e Librarian. Don Jocsc Catty, has oMained a grant of the Mexicans to 0(ien a communication between Vera Oru and Tchuantcpar, on the Pacific, by railroad and canal. He is to commence (he work in two 3'ears from the signing of the contract, anil when completed, for his rccompence he is to receive the whole income for (ho term of fifty years. The Legislature of New York hss adjourned, after passing three hundred and twenty-three acts. The Kev. J. D. Wiiaiamsas, nf New York, andJiMF.s i, RinnKLt, Esq., of Philadelphia are about to sail from New York for England, as special nvascngera from (he ftateruily of Odd Fel lows in this country. A letter to (he editors of the Philadelphia IT. 8. flazelle, dated Oxford. Butler County, Ohio, Apr...

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. — 23 April 1842

ICAJVJt soti; LIST. im.wsii.vaxii. The following Khows lite cum lit value of nil Vtiiisy knnia 13 .ink Notce. The most i ni I i c- t ic i nice may he placed iiuii it, as it i-rrrry wrilt -.ircfully compared with aid corrected Itoui Pick .ii'll's Kcpnrtrr. HanliM J 11 l'Jilladt Iphhi. NaMK. 1..I Disc. ii 1'UILAII. par . par par par par . par par . par par NOTES AT Dank of North America P A K Punk ufllie Noilhern -Littcrties Commercial Dank of Pctin'a. . Fanners' and Mechanics' Dank Kensington Dauk . . I'liihiileliliia Dank . ischuylkill Dank Suuthwark Hank . . Western Dunk . . Country ItankM. Hank ft l .hest.r ( utility IS .iik of Delaware County' Hank of (ii'riii.iiitovvn It - iik ol Monluoinrry ','.' Dnvlcstown Hank Eus-on Di.uk Fanners' ISi.nk of Dnrks-po (li'ii-c ol Dank ol Pcnn'a. Mice do do I Hiiro da il.i Oll'ice do (In Westchester tar par par par par par par Thec ollirri. Chester (crmautowri Nii'rislown Do) h'ritoWU Kns'on Dri-in! Jtarril-ui,; Lancaster sler I R ' J " lieudii...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 30 April 1842

t i. it. us or tiii: ' ajii:iih ax." HEMIV U. MA8SEK, ? IWimmm io JOSEPH EISEIA'. SrnoriKTOH. . II. JMSSKH, Editor. urnrc i market sthkkt, nr.r.H. THl AMKKIUA V h nubtiidii-d crv Nmr. SUNBUKY AMBMCAN. nut i:s or aivi;ktisim; 1 square 1 insertion, I do 2 do I do 3 . 0 7 0 IT. Hvery u);4eh(ent itferlirn, AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL. Yi-arly AdTertHprornts, (with the irrivilppr i. '.lay at TWO DOLLAliS per annum lo he i' li.i nun yenny in advance. Wo paper discontin ued till ALf. hrrcarnnrn me paid. N-fKiib.icriptioiM received for a leu period than i month. All communication or li'iiem on luminuss relating to the oilk e, to inaure attention, '.nuHt lie POST TA1U. ' . . Absolute ae.Vfieseence in the decision of the majority, the vital principle of Republics, from which llicreii no appeal but to force, tim vtil f'iu. tple "' tM'in-.Iia . pmeut of derpntisrn. Ii rr mo. Ity Mussvv & Kiselj. Sniilmry, Xoi UiuiiiItrrliiiKl to. I'u. Sufiirdaj, April :JO, Vol. II . XWI. A SIMrr'n Grnve. Ere sin ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 30 April 1842

f OH TH ft MlNtf . Tlioitfchts In SmlnrM. M.iiiiiifirpnre nnd beauty are around me, Clothed in the first luxuiianceofSpring: The pure bright hr arena, and the gong nl Kris; The hicalhhig fmgrance of h la'my air; ''tie Rlilfrinft waters, and ihe f..rcM green; All ilimcs arc beautiful, and till of jo. H.il in the hosit-tha wilhciM blighted hrait, Tin re's nought hut devolution dcs pair 1' nli ttfcfW. tinclianinc hopilias misery. 'I In- m.vn'mg dawns the bright and linppy morn, Th.v I wa wont In hail in gladness; Now a its deny light beams oVr the Faith, Ami theweit incense of in odorous breath St als o'er the sense, sick'nitig I turn away In vvritcl.edne The weary day in passed. Ami evening comes that hour of pensive thought Ami feelings deep. I ,)UrD mil g-.,.e ipoti l:s stfi'iiing tints, and deop'ninp shades ; nor think 1 pen (lie iliPim of bliss the Flysian ibeam, Tli.il was wiihin my liparl forevr r fled. )li ! darkness conic, and shroud nil tilings in gloom ! Vmm nnd n oims, defo...

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. — 30 April 1842

Editorial Miscellany. The Episcopal Church, lately built In Williams port, will l consecrated on Sunday the 12ih of June next. Thomas Tustin, late auperirrtmn'eirt of motive power on the Columbia and Philadelphia rail road, , lug resigned hie situation. 'I he rumor that he ia e Jefaulter to large, amount, is without shadow of foundation, and Mr- Tustin ha commenced legal proceedings against the peison who originated tho slander. The crtirena of Columbia cfturrty have form-d a County Home League Society, fur the iloclion 6f damestic indaatry. Peter Baldy of Danville haa hrtnty .made a dona tion to Christ Church in that place, which e.lievca "!he church entirely from debt. ,''J'he following ia the total number of enrolled militia in the United Slates, according to (ho last returns ; Infantry, Efifl ?GB .; 'Cavalry, n5,?07 ; Artillery , 82,065; Riflemen, 33,lltl. Whole number,' 1,668,387. ! " The leamhnt Louisa, whiiih arrived at fct. 'Lou is on the 10th inst. froin .Now Oclnnns, had o...

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. — 30 April 1842

II i IV k. xo n: L.IST. rr.vsii,V4n. The following js( shows tlic cnrTi nt value of nil Pennsylvania It, ink Note. The most iniilirit re li mre tuny he placed upon it, as il Utrtry irerf, c at, fully compared with ai J corrcrit J limn Hick i ell's Reporter. tanks In l'liil;u1-liltl:i. Nam. Locatio. I'""'--' I III LAI). NOTES AT PAR. list, I. of North America . , Haul. ..I' tin Northern Lilietties , 1 'omnierriul Bank of Prnn'a. . , I Vri't i' anil Mechanics' Bank , Kensington Bank . , pur . par pur par pur . par par Mir ptir par pur par pa, par par pur Thtte ofl'ieon ri ilinlrlj'liiii Bank . . S,hulkill Bank t' 'itlnvailt Hank VVi stc;n Bank , , . Count rj" IRiuIiN. I! ii. k , t ''Lester County Westchester B nl; 1 1 IMuwuro County Chester I'mkuf Ci rrruiiitiiwti Grrmanlowii If t.I. of Montgomery Co. Norrisiown I. vi.hmi Dunk l)oj i atown J "'ts'oii Hank H-.ston J .. i itii'r s Bank uf Burks Co. Hii lol Opte. it Bank ol Peun'ii. 1 1 nrrii-l.u ir" Ojlite do do Lane asler I Uiikc do do...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 7 May 1842

UNBURY AMERICAN. AND SIIAMOKIX .10UKNAL. price or Ami:nTisi I square I insertion, . fn fit) 1 do S do . . .0 7!i 1 do 3 flo - - - I 00 Every subsequent itv-erlicn, 0 51 Yearly Advertisements, (wifh the privilege ol nlterahon) one column $25 ( half column, $18, three squares, f 1? two squnrcs, f 9 ; one Fquire, It. .Tl.t AVSf.'lf, Editor. orriCE IS M iH K KT iTKrST, SAR Di.r.n. THE" AMFiUOAN" UpWisTicd every Satur. day at TWO DOLLARS per annum lobe paid half ye.irly in advance. No paptt discontin Util till all arrearages aits paid. .N' subscription received for a less period than ix month. All communications or Idler on uisines- relating to the olfivo, to injure attciition, niui bo rosr PAID. - ! Without the rrivileee uf alteration a liberal divcount will be made. Advertisements lett without direction as to the lenifth of time the are to be published, will lo Absolute acquiescence in the decisions of the msjoii'y, the vital principle of Kepiibltfa, from which there i no nppinl but to...

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. — 7 May 1842

t.aril Aurruhen's Ltllrr. Wf publish llii.H lllotllijtg, IorJ AbKHDKES'S rfy to Mr. XrtvE.Njo.N's hint note in ti e eor-nv-jioiidfiTCP, already wade public, respecting the of Srarrh. We can nut pt?rce ve that any new nFvTtia given to the question by bis lordship's final statement of it. He tlis ejairiis, a before, all pceteusiims on (be part -of ihe fJntihli tiovcrniucnt to the lighted' srrWi yet insists upon the right of rmtnimilum. The difference here attempted to bo set forth, is that tfe right of search extends to the car po of the vessel and to the object f iter voy while tlie right ttf examination is con fined to a verification of her nationality. Hnt it h raanifessit'iat in either rase the vokc1 must be stopped, entered, and inspected; and that the boarding- otlicer is constituted the jttdge "to determine upon the right of the vessel tocon tinne her voyage. J.ord Ani:Rir-?f also repents a declaration fwrwiwly made that 'with American vessels, whatever lietboir destination, Br...

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. — 7 May 1842

VTV Tint Handy Case. Oor. roriTr.n'n rAU-MtsATons nmvr to th wall!! The case of George Handy, I). M. nrnadhrad nil Joseph Solms, charged with conspiracy to tirnrute legislation by corrupt means, rame before Judge Barton rm Thursday last. Mr. Johnson, the Attorney General, in order to prol lie matter to the Kttosn, mjlipirnrrl, among olhese, those Federal eihtors who have Vcti unsparing in ihcir charges of irilery . Among these were Fenn, Wallace d Montgomery of tliia Iplace, an J Richards, af Beading. The two Jitter only were present alt the examination, and h wfll W a, en l.j ihrirtestimony MADE UNDER OATH that ittnrtalbe LIE direct upon all thry hrve published in Tclnfion to tliia trans iclion. We should lilted to haws aeen theae fellows when under examination ! Tbey mss-l have folt r.rthor tin comfortable (wicked and dewpieed a they are in the estimation of the public) when DENYING mndci oath what lliey had prov'nmaly DECL.Y J5ED in their paper to le the truth. "Oh fur a u h p in...

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. — 7 May 1842

II A . It A OTi; LIST. lr..VSl JVI ANI 4. The following list ahows ths current value of all Pennsylvania Bttiik Note. 1'ho moot implicit re li.uicc msy le dared upon it, a it D r very week carefully cnmpaiej with ai d, corrected from Bit k licll's Reporter. IIai.k In lliJlal lililn. NOTES AT PAR. Ttank of North AmnicB . , Bank of the Northern Liberties , Commercial Rank of Penn'a. . , Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank . Kensington Bank . . Philadelphia Bank Schuylkill Bank Snuthwark Bank . . W cstem Bank , Country linn It. Bank of Chester County Westchester par par par par par par par par par par par par par par par B urt; of Delaware County Bank of (Jermarvtown Rutik of M..iil-ouiery Co. Doylestow n flank "anon Bar. k Farmers' Bunk of Bucks co. Olu-c of Bunk of Peiiti'a. Ollico Co do Office do do Oilice 4o do Chester (ermautown Norristown Dnylealown Caaton Bristol par J I ttrrielurff" These Lancaster I oflicca JJcuiling Jo not Eastern J issue n. NOTES AT DISCOUNT. Bank of the United Sta...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 14 May 1842

i:iois OF T1IK AMi:m( AV Jt'MJI'H EISELY. 1'ropri troitii, II. h. .1S.SI:K Ktlitor. nrncs is NiRKRt rttErT7iAii nr.r. TH E "AM ERICA "7p",mMiThcJ rvrry Satur- j7lh'lirVXV?.UOLLAK r """ lob paiJ half yearly in advance. No paper di.contiu. ued till-Att attearagog are paid. N" subscriptions) received for a ! t.ori.,.1 it,,.. sit momth. All communication or letter on biiKiiit-a. rclatmg to the ollice, to insure attention, must he POST TAIU. foot: Cntlrtt's Magazine fur May. TIIKOLDVObld. Jtt OK0RR LCMt. '1'iikrk was onc a world and liraveotd wisj'd Awiiy jn the ancient lime, Whrn the men were hravs and the women fair, And the world was in Us prime ; And the priest he had hi book. And the scholar had his gown. And the old knight siout, he walked about With hi broad sword hanging down. Ye may see this work! was a brave old world. In the days long part and gone, And the sun it shone and the r.iin it rained. And the world went merrily on. The Shepherd kept his sheep, And the milkmaid milked...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 14 May 1842

Mr. Miltcn' War vitamer. - n appropriation was recently made by Con t ivs for building a steam vessel on a new pi.ta nijjpbtcd liy Ront'RT I.. L'trinicNs. I'mtn the de.-ieriptiou ol thia new etrun',1110, as jivi n ly the inventor, it promises to be a mo-l formida ble engine ol war. The vessel j? to be of iron, ami shot shell proof, she is to 'have greater speed than any vessel now afloar ; the engine an 1 propelling , tiparsutsarc to ue so piucuu 111:11 me inner sn.tii bo submerged and the whole engine out ot the woy of tho thct from the vessel of an enemy. She is to be of 1500 tons burthen, will need no figging, and with anthracite as fuel, it will emit neither sparks nor smoke to attract tin- t.ce. She will carry heavy (.una adopted t,.th tor alrnt and shells. Her pott holes will be but i.ttle larger than the mtmle oft gun, yet so ar.nngcd as to allo v it to he fired at any an- pie ; they will moreover be protected by move- (: screen capable of Wing withdrawn ami 0 replnced with f...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 14 May 1842

Jirlil hit hore. A toon un he recovered his ton. aes, ha told Wise that lie he ha J done the dastardly act to strike an unarmed man one who had not . even a switch in his hand, from behind. ; that the thy ing of his home was a circumstance h could not prevent, and he was turning to apologise to him for it, when he received his cowardly M.tw. Mr. Wise replied that he had called him a cow. ard In the House, and he had now given, him a blow, and he might tuke both. A Mr. Sparks of Mississippi, who had observed Mr. Wise looking at Mr. Stanly in the way men tioned, and had todo up and endeavored to engage Mr. W. in conversation, with the view of drawing him off, now fearing a serious reconlre, remarked 1o both, that he hoped they would not carry the af. fair any further 'here. Mr. 8. said no he should not and rode on. Here it ended for the present, at least. Whclher any thing more will grow out 'of it, I am unable to say ; it is evident, however, that Mr. W, wishes to provoke a challenge...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 14 May 1842

sap" it A N K S O T i: I. 1ST. 1EXS1 JLVAXI i. The fallowing list show the curr ul value nf nil Peim-y Ivmiia Hank Notes. The nm-1 implicit n liuice may be placed upon it, 11 u i cmti to? A can fully compared Willi ai ti c art 1 oil hum Hi k kill's Reporter. Hanks In riitl i.H f t.lila. Nam. TiOCA it Disc Inn. tn. i NOTES AT p is. Pank nf North Ameiicn Bank nt the Northern Liberties Cornmercinl Dank of Penn'n. . Fanners' ami Mechanics' Bm''i Kensington Hank 'liiladclphii Batik Mchnylkill Bank Siinthwark Bank Western Bank . .r , I" I""' . pal ; p.ir i p.r pjr i par , .;.r ! par par I pat ! p ,. I ri.. 1 Country Hanks. Punk of Chester County V. t-s.;i'fi ester 1) mk of Delaware County Hank nf (Jermaiitown Bank of Montgomery Cu. i'uyleslnw n Dunk Fusion Bunk Farmers' Hunk of Bucks to. Office of Buik of IVtm'a. Ollice do do Ollice do do OHice dr ilo Chester (il-liUfllitOwn JS LiirtaK' 11 l)oi lu. '.own t.uMon ll-t t 0 J I iiri! u'K'j l.:u igiir I llil'l 0 Kr.!ii'8 V. I'ti.n Alo J ii mil...

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