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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 21 May 1842

ir.ims or tug ' amgrivax." HENKV 0. MA8SER, Pvbmshkii aso JOSEPH EISELV. $PaoraiKToas. It. H, rtJSSElt, Editor. orrtct in nihkkt itmket, bear t(c. TH E A M E It IU AN " pu blU?id every Satur day at TWO DOLLAK3 per annum to bo paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till ALt arrearages are paid. Noauhacriptiona received for a less eriod than si mostii. All communication or letters on business relating loths oiiice, to insure attrition, most be TOST PAW. SUMBUKY AMERICAN. AND SIIAMOKIN JOUUiNAL. IItICi:M OF AIWGRTISISG. I square I insertion, - - .Jo ftfl I do 2 do . II 7.1 1 Ao 3 do - I (HI Kvery subsequent insertion, 0 2.t Yearly Adreitisemetils, (with the prrvirfie ot ultcrsrionl one fobirrm $2.r half column, fls, ihiee -piares, $ i ; two squares, fS ; one sawaie, Wiihout the privilege of alteration a liberal discount will lie mde. Advertisements left without directions as t ihe h'ntfth of lime they are in be published, will bs continued eiud ordered out, and cbfTged scc...

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. — 21 May 1842

" Ttie Sun at Midnight. A scanibuat leaves Stockholm every week nn l touches at Gcfle, Hudiksvall, Hernosand, I 'nieli, nnd other points on the western mast of the gulf nf Bothnia, nt Wasa on the eastern, on its wny' up to Toruen, at the head of the Uiilf. This voyage in a very plensuut one, ami j,'ivQ3 nn opportunity to those who wUh to go up to that very northern city nt the summer wist ice, or on St. John's dny, when from the neighboring mountain they can have their finth cuni'mmd in the truth of the Copcrnican sys tem. For, at the epoch, the sun, to those who uie on that elevation, does not descend below the horizon, but is seen to decline to the north west, and verge more and m ire to the exact north, until it reaches nt midnight its lowest point, when it is just visible above the horizon. In u few minutes it is seen to commence it upward course, towards N- r'. and thus con tinues its glorious progress until it rcuches u g.iin it zenith in the south. Even toone who is at Stockh...

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. — 21 May 1842

ertsled to warrant iuch proceeding. At it was the heal waa tcrminati J in 7 46, Button beingjusl opposite the two mile distance pout. Thin terminated thia second great dial of speed lie! ween the Korth and the South, and tictobt hat once more been ours. It was a glorinua con tent ; and although Boston was beaten, it must lie borne in mind that his lime was better than that of Eclimx. All that can be said ia, that IiTOff ha beaten hi marl f, and Fashiox has listen Bostow. DiPTisra in Dosro. Six hundred and three rnembera have been added to the several Daptiah Churches, eight in tiumber, in Dostoo, during the tnonthsof March and April. The 44tli British Rkuimfkt. This Re giment, wliich has been annihilated by Afl glians, formed part of General l'lickeiiliaiu'a ar my nt the battle of New Orleans it was then tinder Col. Mullens and va die-graced there for not bringing tip the fascine in time and to this circumstance, the disasters of that fatal day were attributed. The regiment then loo...

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. — 21 May 1842

II A IV K NOT 12 LIST. VKXXSI.VAXtl The flowing list dhows ihe currnt vatuo (if nil Pennsylvania Bunk Notes. The most implicit re rimce may In- placed upon it. il it every irrrk rartfully compared with aid corrected Irom Hi. k f lell'it Reporter. Hanks In nilladclplil.1. I hilh. NOTES AT PAR. Bank nf North America . , Bank nf the Northern Liltertics . t'oinmercinl Bank of PeiinV . , Km runs' and Mechanics' Bank Kensington Llank . , par par par pit par par fur par par Philadelphia Hank Schuylkill Bank ')i)lliwark Bunk Western Bank , Country 1 tan lis. Hunk nt i. lienor County Hunk cf Delaware County H ink of (icrmantowu Hank cf Montgomery Co. Doyl. .town Bank Kaslon Bunk Fannns' Bank of Duckaco. Ufu e of Bank of Pcnn'a. Cilice do do t 'lllce do do Dllice do ilo Westchester (.'hosier (Jet mimtown Nurrk'nwu Doyh slovvn Fusion Bri-tol par par p.r pa, pal p..r piir The-e Jl.trrishutg"' I .Jiix-.i-iU r I ollices Reading f do hut Eusloii J issue n. D I SCO II N T. ' ' Philadelphia f.r fit)...

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. — 28 May 1842

ti:rms or thc "ahi:rioa." HE.NKY D. MASSER, riauiuiRas aid JOEi'lI EbEIA. $ PaorairToas. il. It. ,Tl.lSSt:H, Kdilor. ot'firt IS MiHKKT STHEKT, NEAR ULl.a. THE" AMERICA V i pubuiod every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to t Y.iiiJ half yearly in advance. io iaier discontin ued till all arrearages aie paid. No subscriptions received for a less period than it month. All communication or let tcra on business relating to the ollke, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. That I.ovtty CJIrl In 111 nr. IT KI-MRAIM nlUTK, KS1. I iw a uirl on Ma'kft sired, A weet yolinc thinij in blue ; In her the vbtucs seemed to meet, With her tbegracc grew. Her 1iiow was finely formed and fair. The rose was on her choi k ; Her potrtina lips still seemed 10 dare, And yet llicy seemed to seek. Ifer eyes were of that melting hlue, That many a heart might wreck; Her ringlet, of a pohlen hue, Adorned het snowy neuk. Her' a s'ep, miijlit win a heiut, Of light, clastic kind ; A form. MiipuMmiK nil tJuiart Or ...

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. — 28 May 1842

Progeny of Men ofUritlits. A writer in the london Quarterly gives tlie following remarkable array of ficts in relation t tho family history of men eminently dis tinguished for intellectual attainments. Tlie remarks occur in an article on tlie subject of n extension of the right of property of authors in their productions a bill lor that purxw having been under discussion in the British Parliament : 'We are not going tospecnlHte,' he says, 'a bout the causes of the fact hut a (net it is tlmt men distinguished for extraordinary intel lectual power of any sort very rarely leave jnore than a very brief line of proo-env behind them. Men cf genius have scarcely ever done so -men of imaginative genius, we might say, nlmost never. Withtheone exception of the ' noble Surrey, we cannot nt this moment minl out representative in the male line, even so fiirttoTVTi Tts in tho third generation of any j this place and Davenport, some of whom were Knglish Poet, and we believe the case is tlie I nrme...

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. — 28 May 1842

T rOH TRK AMXftirAN, EDUCATION. Mb. Em-tor There is nothing w interesting nd important to nun, than the devclopcme nt of our moral and intellectual faculties. This subject Jiaa occupied the attention of the wisest and liest of iur tare, and various method have been published to the world which were designed to facilitate auch desirable object. Mart makra his appearance up on the stage of action, ignorant of all moral and religious truths; he is even ignorant of that Being who hath given him life and breath, and sustains liis animal existence hy continued acts of kindness and mercy. Respecting his physical endowments, lie ia equally destitute and powerless: for whilst instinct leaches the waterfowl to seek ita natural e lenient, and the beast of the field to procure its ap propriate tiiHirrshmmt, mmt requires in tlie first period of hie ex istetroc the helping hand of aiTec ti.mate patents and kind friend. Whatever know ledge he, therefore, acquires in subsequent years, tnust lie the...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 28 May 1842

II A 114 KO'J'i: 1. 1ST. iixsii,vaxi t. The following Nst shows the curr nt value of nil IVmis; Ivania Bank Notes. The nin't implicit re liance may lx placed upon it. it i-rerrty with (.artfully compared with ai tl corrected ftoin Diik nell's Reporter. llanks In ri.ilalcll.la. . Disc. l AiMti I.OCATIO.S. I'm i l.i it. NOTES A I ' A R. Vtsnk of North Ameiica Hank of the Northern Liheitics Vummercial Bank of PennV . 1 artiiers' and Mechanics' Bank Kensington ll.ihk . . ITn Ih)p1 fill it Hunk . . Schuylkill tank Soui'nvark Bunk , Western Bank . . Country I km Km. ..ml; ol -heater County I! i.k of Delaware County B nil; ol Oermautown Ri'iik of Montgomery Co. Doylrdown Bank i'.nti'ii But k Fu'tners' Bunk of Bucks to. Ollice ol Bunk of Pcnii'a. WTice do Jo t'lliri do do Or!., j do da W e stchcslcr par it i p.r pn nir pur Chester Ceiniaiitnwn Nouivowu Dnyh stoun C ISlol) Bristol 1 1 ai ri.-Ku i n "A Tho:.e L.itienslcr ollicca heading do not E.istoii J issue u. NOTES AT D IN CO UN T. Dank o...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 4 June 1842

TERMS OF Till! MI RICH," HENRY B. MA8SER, 5 P. ash JOSEM EISBL'L $ Piiopiiikmhs. nrricc in mamkkt stksit, Miar Buns. THE" A M R R(C A (VIm4kx1 ever, S.tur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum t be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a toss period thnn -six month!). All communications or Irtiera on busineaa relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. Vwn fAe ATeu) Orleans Pieayunt. AttUe Tlc'a Plral. "Hush, now, my dear, bow can you dont Jla hlpssed heart, you'll wake it; That'a always just Ihe way, when it's Asleep you want lo take it Viood heavens! ma just look at him ! Don't let him baby handle; I never snw the like you know Toll don't knew how to dandle" 'lle-e-e e" "I told you ao To go and make it cry ; flop, give, it nurse minute first, You need't ask, now, why; How is it nurse V "He-e-e-e" "It's dod a blessed pet, Ihd pappy turn will lake it then, Jl'anioe and right as yet." "t.or iw yen han...

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

A. Vlilt ( the llrniiMaKr. Rev. J. AL I'eok, oik.' of the editors of Ihe Biptiat Banner and Western Fwneer, jjives in tiat paper the following interesting account j oj' a vjsit to General Jucktou, at tlic Hermit age: 'On Tuesday wc returned to Nashville. Our route lay by the Hermitage, and we (.'iiibruoed lite opportunity to call mi the venerable ex i'lcsiilcnt of the United States. Having u letter of introduction fromou' of lien. Jack:iiiH particular friends, and who, tliongli of recent acquaintance, wo miiycall our frkiid, we were ino.-t kindly and hospitably received. In poli tics we have the enviable nrivilesre f S-iUiiio- on the fence,' unmoved by all the commotion -of ! pany leelmg that rages around continently ) e had no political predilection to gratify no : party antipathies to disturb n. j 'We found the General confined to his room w fili a cold ami oppression of the lutisrs, lor which he had been bled the proceeding day. j Ilencohe appeared feeble, and looked older thim w...

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. — 4 June 1842

Congress fr.-im the great central Northern District by aometwraity majority in more than twenty thoua anil vote. Belcre this he had hcen aometime Comptroller of tb State Finance, and in 18W he wis choeen United States Senator, which post he rias since filled with credit and abiliiy. Ilia second term etprrea with fhe firescat Congress. Mr. Wright has thus fur been content to net as Oiculcnant and confident. 1 aid In Mr. Van Dure, though the latter m far hi iulerttM' in talent, en "tgy, and every manly attrilaie of the Stati'sinan. Now it is Mndrrrftmxl that the eminent Senatoi is about to lake vhe field for fcimscl The TartfT. The intelligent Washington correspondent tif the New YoTk K.prei writes aa follow on the uhjec.l f ike Tafi IT question hef.a-e Congress: There are three report now before the House upon the aulgcct ef the Tariff. They come from the administration proper in the form of the report of the Secretary of (he Treasury, from the North nd the Committee a Manufactures i...

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. — 4 June 1842

XI A X It A O T 12 I, 1 g T. FEXHSILYIAII. TlrctMlowing list show the curr.at value of sll Pennsylvania Bank Noti. Tlie niM impbcrt re liance any I placed upon it, a it Uercry tvrck carefully compared with aid corrected Irom Birk itvN Reporter. UaiiU in I'liunai'ipiiia. JV. LociTIO. Disc, t I'ltlLit). NOTES AT PAR. tlajik m North America . flank of (he Northern liberties . 'onunercial Barak of Penn'a. . Farmers' ami If echanic' Bank Kcnsiiuton Batik . . I'l7i(1-1ptiia Bank . . ffirhiiylkiU Bank Suuthwerk lUlik Western Batik . CoMnfry IlnnkN. par par par par par par par par .ar Unuk orthevtcr County Hank of Delaware County B.wk ir Germantown liank of Montgomery Co. Doy lesion n Bunk Easton Batk Farmers' Bank of Backs CO. Dllice of Bank of Pcnn'a. Office do do 4 Wrce dj do Ollice do do W cttvhesrtcr par Chester Gctmantown Nnrriatown Doylcstuwu Khslun Briol pur par pat pur pur par Harrisbutg""! These 1 .ancastcr 1 offices Leading f do not Canon J Issue n. 1)1 SCO UN T. Philadelphia S5a...

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. — 11 June 1842

ti:iois or the amehicak." 1IKNHV U. MASTER, Pcbliahkrs axi JOSEPH EISELY. $ rnopanTon,. . it. n.isseuy luutor. omen is .Muitr ithkkT) khh vkk. TH E - AM EK1UAV-T. p7bli7hod every Satur Jay at TWO DULL A K3 fer annum lo be jp ii J half yearly in advance. IV paper discontin ued till all arrearages aie paid. subscription received for a lend period trnn ix months. All communications or tatters on business relating to tha oilite, to insure attention, must be POST i'AlD. f --.-J. " i';'L".!i- p.... . i . l . From the Knickerbocker. "fcoMg -oTtlit Tc-totalcr. I. I.Kr others prnise the ruby btie'vt In the red wine' talking clow ; Denrrr to me U the ihartiond light ')f the fountain' dourer flow : The low of.enttlily mm have trod The juice from the Idt-odin vine, Bnt the stream cornea pine from the hand of (ion That fills this cup rf mine. Then Rive me t'he cirp ofcrdd water'! The cle.ir, sweet cup ol colj water: For his arm is string, though his-toil be long. Who drinks hut the chur cold wat...

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. — 11 June 1842

Fiom the S t to Yml, Tiihuno. V.VttL.VH 1AV9 LATUlt iJUUl JJO L.tuVU. Arrlvnl orilic rnlamMt. The Jloyal Mail Btennnliip Columbia, t'np Utn Judluns, ariivct! at this port this iimniing til l o'clock, having loft -Livciiool on tlic 19'h int. at 5 1. AL; an-ivcdat Halifax on the lilst, at 3 P. Af. leti same tiny at 7 I'. M coiiso jMoiitly the made the passugo from Liverpool to this port in 13 days und 13 hours. flic brought nineteen passengers 'to 1 lahlo x, landed ii no there, and took in 'five making iiiK'L'ii to Boston. L!y this arrival we linve rcccivpd JkuhIuii papers to I be evening of tliu l-Uli, and Liver pjol to the 19th ulL The Columbia pa?scd the Acadia, hence at 1'2 o'clock last night. The steamship Great Western, from Now Vork 29th April, arrived at Liverpool mi tlio muruiiig of the 11th tilt and the ttritaiiuiu, hence via Halifax, arrived on the Kith. Tlie Cotton Market remrtiiied linn, and prices were iiill.y supported. The sales at Liverpool ori l!ic lU amounted to (1,...

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. — 11 June 1842

numbers, yel citiren toMtitm never prifoimeJ mili litaty duty with greater desire to discharge it in manner creditable to themselves and their officers. The Dnille Volunteer Rifle Compirriy cemnien Cfd and rinsed their Camp duties -in good spirit, re gardless of fatigue or inolement weather, and are ,med to regret the separation. The Rifle Compa ny tcquited themselves well 'throughout the En campment. The Danville Dand, and the field miwic of the compatiica, enlivened the whole parado, with the best of music. Immediately after the review, Gen. Scott sp.ike in unqualified terms of praise of the appcatance and deportment of the troop, both hone and foot. (FNRitAt Scott, on hit return from Darrvilleto Washington, prevailed with the .proprietor of the U'acket lot lo detain for an hour at N'orthutiiber 'Ian J, to enable him to pay a hasty visit to the three sisters of hts friend and co-patiiot, General Hugh .Brady, who tesido in Sunhury. This murk of 'friendly remembrance on the purl of ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 11 June 1842

13 AN It KOTi: LIST, lMiXXSYI.VAXI.l. Tlte following list show the current vaie of hII Pennsylvania 1) ii nk Notts. Tle mixt implicit re liance may ls placed upon it, a it is evert iwir can fully eompumd v?,ih al d corrected flow Biik ttt-H't Reporter. IKacJiN In riilludvlnlilii. ivr i .. Disc. I PuiLAl). pr . pr pr NOTES AT PAR. IWik of North America Bank of the Northern Liberties . Commercial Bunk of Penn'a . Fs'nicis and Mechanics' li .i,k Kensington Bank , Philadelphia Hunk Xchuvlkitl Bank Snuthwark Bank AA'estern Bank . . . fur j par . par J.I17 Country Hank. imiiK ! t her-lcr I nuniy Batik of Delaware Co'iniy Hai4; of (Ji'tnurilowii Hnk of Montgomery Ci. )uy lesion n Bank -Uaston Hank Farmer" liank of Buck ro Office ofllsnkot Penii'a. Ollice do do OffiPo do do Ollice do do Westchester pnr 1 H I pir pa! par par f I4T These i . Dices In not Cluster (if timiutowu Nottis'own Do) hstown Enslon Hri-tol Ilntris-liUf buro iter i '8 f LllllC IHtl I Re ntliug Elstull J Issue n. N T. NOT...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 18 June 1842

TUIIMS OI' THU " AMCltlCAX," I,,;,M.S?ER-1 P k JOM:rH EtSELY. 5 pBoPBrtroM. orrrci ur itiAng.r ifhrt't, ft cm THE " A M ERIC.ul,"jed eV, Salur. ;d.y at I'WO HOLLARS ,rrr annum 16 be P id half yearly in advance. o paper disconiin. ucd till ii arrearage are paid. Noaubacriptior-sTeceired for less period tbnn six Mourns. All communications or liuiefs On 'business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAH?. " i y Epitaph on Vcaiile, A wicked one lies buried here, Who died in a decline; He never rose in rank, 1 'jean, Though he was made to thine. lie once waso,hut now. indent, He's Ihin as any griever! lie died the doctors all agreed, Of a most burning fever 'One thing of him it said with 'truth, Wiih which I'm murh amused : It is that When Ira dtond. forsooth, A Stick lie always 'used. Now winding sleets he sometimes -made, Hut this was not enough, For finding '(hi a ponrtVh trade, Me also dealt in snuj". If e'er you said, Co out, 1 prav," He much ill-nature showed ;...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 18 June 1842

From '.he Hotton Post. tlorroaa of IU Ungllsb CitlilMiri. I'oiiiinisyioners wrre nut long since itppom ituil Ui iinettigata tle situation tf the ooplo employed in the English coUeries (a very nu intous class,) and their report, which has Jur-t Vcti made, is tilled with t lie most heart-rending details. W'c ore told by those Coinmiss.ioners tii.it children of both ser.es are placed in the o:tl mines t the age of six years; they are employed in digging coul though the' passages vilcn nut more than eighteen or twenty inches 'high, so that they are obliged tocraWl on their Lands find knees in the mud, and even at the ; beyond a!! previous experiments in phrciio-niHg. Tetnler ago named, they arc worked frrm eleven I netisin. According to a correspondent of the to fourteen hours a day. They arc excluded i New Haven Daily Herald ofSSaturdny, marvel from light, and were it not for the passing and j "' things were done at the house of "one of repassing of coal carriages, they would bp, to I ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 18 June 1842

other li pwilion bfthem to aatisfy the claim of the domestic creditor. If any thing belter ran be ilone, it will afford me Rreat pleasure to co-operate with yoa hm If not, Ibe provision snggested, might probably save a remnant, which might be applied to the debts long due to a da of joat !n.l merit Tious credilors, who are most assuredly entitled, at the hand of the legislature, to the apecdiest relief which i'a wisdom cnti advise, and the means of the commonwealth will possibly aTo d. BAVlD R. PORTER. H'. KCtTTIVK ('HtHltRR, Harrisbu'g. Juno 10, 1810.5 From the U. S. Gazette. Kxtraet from a Letter. DutcJ at Cape llaytien. ISM May t o a Gentle man in Ifiii City.' ' I reached hero few Jjy since, and found this onre beiutiful city a neap of rain, occasioned liy an earthquake on the 7th inst. At a aualter past 5, P, M., the first ahock n felt, which wa ao vio lent aa to prostrate almort -every thing. Of the houses not a tingle one is now inhabited, not a street now to he traced ; and o...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 18 June 1842

It A IV K 21 O T 11 I, 1 fti T. The following list show thpcuTr. nl value of nil Pcntisvcvania Dank Nrte. TIhb mtwt implicit re V nice fn:.y Ire p1nr.nl upon it, as it is h'lry wrt k tan-fully compared Willi tl J corrected from Uiik Hell's Reporter. llauk In lliilalclililtk Nt DlUC. IN ana. Loctno. eAlLATI. NOTES AT PAR. Punk North America , Hunk nf tlie Nortlrern Liberties Uommercial Bank of Perm's. . Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank par par par par par far yar par par Kensington Bank Philadelphia Dank . . Schuylkill Dank iSouinwark Bank . . Western Dank ... Country 1 fit nit at. Hunk of Cheater County Westchester psr liar I"" par pur par H ink of Delaware County Hank of Ocrmantown Hank of Montgomery Co. J)oylestwn (tank Easion Bank V time' Hank of Ducks co. )iriT of Bank of Ptnn'a. t llbre ilo do twice da do Office d do Chester tiermantown Noirrstown Dnyhstown Eastern Bristol I Hnrrisbuig",i These LnriciMtcr (Alices Reading f do tin. Eastnu j issue n. DISCOUN T. NOTES AT Dank of the U...

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