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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 30 July 1842

1 ..'i I ti:iuis ov tiii: ami:hica HENRY D. MASSEK, Pun toot teas amj JOSEPH KISBI.Y. S Paor-mrroas. . It. .Tf-f SSKH, Editor. nrrici in mabkkt btukkt, heir iikkr. THK" AMBKIUAi" is published every Satur day at TWO DOl.EAKS per Annum to be i;tiJ half yearly in advance. No paper discontiii' tied till all arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a less period tlmn hi i MONTH!). All communications or Idiom on luc irit'as relating to tlia office, to insure altontion, must he POST PAID. v . ' The Sleeping fleanl)-, DT AirBKQ TESRTSU9. Vm after year unto her feet, She lying on her cnuch alone, Acroa the purpled coverlet. The maiden' jet Muck hair wan grown, On either aide her tranced form Forth alreaminir from a brsid of pearl t The slumbrous light i rich and warm, And moves not on the rounded curl. The silk-star br.iidered coverlid Knto her limb itself doth mould I. inguidlv ever; and. amid Her full blnck ringlets downward rolled, 4jilowa forth each softly-shadowed arm With brac...

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. — 30 July 1842

From BUknrir Reporter. Mart of lh Mormon, Much excitement prevailed hi Illinois at our lst account?, in relation to Ihc Mormons. The Snngnmn, Illinois, Journal of the 1st insL says 1 hut ft is now understood, 4 that ( within a few ilays past. Smith has made a desperate, black guard, ami abusive public attack on General "Bennett, Mr. Rigdon, and Mr. Robinson; and reports (and we place great reliance upon them) po so far 88 to say that the lift of the former has been threatened, and that orders have been issued to the Danile band to murder him in a clandestine tnanncr on the first opportunity. Indeed tire report goes further, and states that two of the Danitct have been in hot pursuit of Gen. Rennet for several days, in order to j accomplish the ncfarioo3 purpose, and tints prevent a public exposition of the corruptions ol i the great hnpoatcr. General Bennett has published Curd, con- , firming the above, and threatening to expose ; Joe Smith ns speedily as jiossible. Joseph Smith has...

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 July 1842

' Sect. 22. No capias nr warrant to arrest to issue except as above. The remaining aeetlona provide fr various con tingencies, but by no means for all that aie likely to occur t and the act will no doubt afford plenty of work for the courts. Northeastern lloundnrr. We are authorized to ay that a conventional linn of boundary, with ill various conditions and 'equivalent, has been agreed on by the Executive and the British Special Envoy, wilh the unanimous consent of the Commissioners of Maine and M.issichu.olts. We congratulate oil parties upon this hnppy and lionoralilo rrsult. Tms. We have reason to know that the Commissioners of the two States of Maine and Massachusetts have signified their assent to a line of boundary between Miiino and New Brunswick. Every body knows that the territory in dispute embraces all the legion of the Upper St. John, ami the general understanding now is, that llU regie n is to be divided into unequal parts; the largest, and by fir the in nut valuable, 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. — 30 July 1842

. A X K WOT 12 LIST. lMlVSVIt AXIi. The following list shows the rvment value of nil Pennsylvania linnk Notes. The most implicit re liance may le placed upon It, a it htviry uvrk can fully Compared with ai d corrected front Bick rull's Reporter. Hunks In 1'tilladt lplihi. N. LoCATIO. I II 1 LA I). NOTES AT PAR. Bank of North America Tin i ill nf tho Northern Liberties Commercial Uitnk of Pcnn'a. . Farmcra' and Mechanics' Bank par par par pur par par par par par pat Kensington Bank Philadelphia. Bank Schuylkill Bank SnUthwark Hank , W'estern Hank . . Mcchouies' Bank . , . Country Itnnkft. Dunk nf Chester County Westchester par par pur par pnr par Bank of Delaware County Hank of Uermantown Hank of Montgomery Co. Duylcstown Bank Easlon Bank Farmrrs' Bank of Buck co. Office of Bank of Poi.n'a. Office do do Oflic Jo da Office do do Cheater Germantown Norristown Doyleslown Fusion Bristol par Harrishurg These Lancaster I offices Beading I do not Eastern J issue n. D 1 8 U O U N T. ' Philad...

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. — 6 August 1842

SUNBUMY AMERICAN. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. riiicrcs of auvkiitisiivc. 1 square 1 insertion, . fO 60 1 do S do . 0 75 I do 3 do - . nil Every subsequent inserlirn, 0 2ft Yearly Advertisements, (wilh iha privilege ol nrnck tn meant ithti-r, sua titia. THE" AMERICAN" is published every Satur day t TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till ail arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for a lean period than if mouths. All communicationa or letters on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. alteration) one column f 25 half column, 18, three squares, f 13; two squares, f 9 one square, fit. Without the privilege of alteration a lilieral discount will be made. Absolute acquiescence In the decisions of the mnjority, the vital principle of Republics, from which there is no appeal but lo force, the vital principle and immediate parent of desp it ism Jirrrasov. Advertisements left without directions a to the lenqth of...

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. — 6 August 1842

From the V. S. Gazette. ORE1T WKSTERN ARRIVED. Ic Days Later front Raropr, We have by the Great Western, out film of Hrktol papers to the Ifiih of July. The most in terwrting news recorded, !a the sudden death of the Pile D'Orleans, the Prince Hoy!. l"h official account publistnd hy the Govern ment is as follow : "A dreadful disinter has Cllrn upon the Kinir, the royal family and France. The Prince Royal m dead. This morning, at half-past ten, the Duke of Orleans went to Neuilly, to t ike leave nf the rnynl family, intending lo ad oir in the evoiiia-r fr the comp of St, Onier. A shoit distance from Neuilly the horses run away. The Piince leaped out of the carriage. He was taken up senseless. One mo ment there were hopea of saving him, hut the evil nai hryond nil earthly remedies- At half pa-l four, nfti r having received the auccora of religion, the IVince breathed his last, suiroundcd hy the Kinv', Queen and ryal family, whose grief no word can express." The fallowing is a tianslat...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 6 August 1842

effected, however, till late. W fcae been unable to obtain the henro of the persons injured, but learn that there wen tWrtwn white and black men received at ll kcwjWTal aome dangerously woend- ed. Several persona were t -rested In the course of the afternoon and evening, and held for further (hearing ; their namea, aa given In morning pa rser, are Jacob Kejaer, Edward Honrick, Samuel Montgomery, 8amuel Lusky, Joe. HamWin, Francia P. Henry, Henry Jehnson, Edward Piew art, Elizabeth tJtewarl, and John Johnson. , So far a we can learn no deatha have yet occur 'red, though k was reported that such had been the s. tn fact, day r two will paee'lcfote an au thentic rtaterneel of the casuatitiet can I laid bo Tore fhe public, It docs not appear that any sign of further vio lrce Was perceptible this morning in the neigh fcorhooj of Lombard street. Moral Obll,'tli of Hanltrnpf a. We heard it st.ted, not long since, that bank rupt went into the ahop of a creditor, to whom he ought to have felt...

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. — 6 August 1842

t II A IV K SOTE LIST. PCXK81XTAK1A. The following list shows the current value of nil Pennsylvania BHnk Notes. The moot implicit re Nance may l placed upon it, in it in every week car. fully compared with ti d corrected from Li. k till Reporter. Hanks In IMilladclpliln. Na. LoCATIO. I HILAII. NOTES AT PAR. Bank of North America , , Unnk of the Nnrtlicrn Lilsertiea , ( ommcrcial linnk of Penn'a. . . Farmers' and Mcchanica' Bank . Kensington Bank . . I'liiludi lpliia Bank . Schuylkill Bank Southwark Bank . . Western Bank , Mechanics' Bank . , Cnnnli'V Itiiiilia. pnr par pnr pnr pnr pnr par par pnr pni Bnuk of Chester County Westchester pnr Bunk of Delaware County Cheater pnr B.ink of Oermantnwn Germantown par Dank of Montgomery Co. Norristown par Doylmtown Bank Dnyleatown par Kaston Bank Easton par Farmers' Bank nf Bucks CO. Bristol pnr Dl'iic ofBnnk of Penn'a. Harrishuig" These Ollice do do Lancaster I offices Office do do Beading jdo not Ollice do do Easlon J issue n. NOTES AT DISC...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 August 1842

mm or tm; . mr.m n is , h IL MSSLl PriMM,,,,,, JOnKI'U r.lHKI.V. (IWiiinM II. It. .rVf.r. nrrn-t t mr tsmsaT, mkar i;fcn. TH K A i: J ; A . " is .ttbtiZhotI everv Satur day at TWO 101.1.AKS per .amiuui m lie paid halfyenrty in advance. No paper discontin ued till arrearage am paid. N.ut-rnption received for 1cm period thnn i intj. All roiumunicationa or letters on hinonoM relating totho ollico, to insure attention, must I POST PAID. Frtm the Kichmtnuf Star. A Frnftmeut. wsirrr.v Impromptu lit F.phrnim. Tlio linht of t sixteenth Summer gl.mre From an rye of ar.uro hlun A hearl to love's soft pulse throbbed In a bosom m Id and t nr A lip in it pouting richness, red, (invo rest to an anccl smile, And a flute-like sweetness told Of a spirit free of guile A form of or.icc in huddine bloom, A foot like t he lie cling (.iazi-llc, A rliork like the dewy Idogsom'a blush Where tin' soul its tide wovi.ii till A being brightly beautiful A maiil of a runny clunr A creature nf spirit innocent Who...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 August 1842

From the Clcaveland Herald. - Mormonlam t'ltrcllrd. )!y tho Sangamon Journal wo have a portion of (he promised disclosures touching the in famous conduct of the Prophet Joseph Smith, promised by Gen Dennett, but recently a Mor mon liijr in office and enjoying Smith's un bounded confidence. The disclosures show corruption such m liafl ratcry been developed before the days of the latter Day Saints, and if the half Bennett states he trim, Joe Sen ifh rich ly deserves the Penitentiary inslead of rever ence and ebedionce from his deluded followers. Dennett gives names freely, and calls upon ma ny witnesses to sustain the truth of his suite incuts. tJen. Bennett states that a band mongthc Mormons tit Nauvoo called -the Danite Hand is organized and'b'jund together by covenants en tered into with uplifted hand.-, the object of which is to assassinate any one who dares make disclosures in relation to the conduct of the Prophet, and to ebey his behests in all things. We copy Bennett's reasons...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 August 1842

'. .J.JU JlUl I"11.?1 "V n .1 i. 1 I.1 ' Jx Wheat anil Flanrx Prepared far the If. 1". Exmm by F William. Fmcu or Wheat -Compsrative average pii. ?ra of wheat in France and England fur aeries of fears, reduced to currency of United 8lalca, from irices in J. Lcavitt'e memorial to Congress, Per bushel of 60 Ilia. Vein, France, England. 1B0 1,05 J2.23 1M0 1,44 2.0.1 I.IO 1,88 1822 1,0? 1,34 1823 '1,08 1,60 1824 (19 1,(12 J825 1,0ft 2,05 1826 -1.0ft 1 .76 1827 1,31 1,75 1S38 1.48 1,81 1829 1,48 '1,99 4830 1,60 1 93 891 1,57 '1,99 3838 1,28 '1,76 1833 1.06 159 1831 1,00 1,39 S35 90 1,18 IS36 1.17 1.45 1837 1,08 1838 1,04 1839 1.43 2,12 1840 1,47 1 (i9 1841 1,03 trago prices in ihreo seaports only for 1039. Compnrniivo average prices of Wheat per bushe in the eastern part of the Stat of Ohio and in Philadelphia, also the annual avcrago prices of Flour per harrcl in Philadelphia from 1820 to 1811. Year. Wheat per bushel. Flour per. Mil. In Ohio. In Phila. In Phila. 1820 1821 1822 1823 1824...

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. — 13 August 1842

IS' lT.XXSTIVAMi. Tin following list shows the rurn lit vnlue of nil Prntifty Ivnuin Hunk Notes. The ninft implicit re liance may le placed upon il, as it ioern-y irtek t an fn'ty compared wllh ai d corrected liom Bi.k m il's Reporter. Itaiiks In IMiiliidclitlihi. Disc. i Namr. Liicatiox. I II 1 I. A II . NOTES AT P A R. Bank of North America Dank of tlie Northern Liberties Onmmcrcint Bank of Penn'n. . Farmers' and Mechanics' Dank . Kensington U.irik I Ulad. Iphin Bank S.huv Ikill Hunk SSmitliwrtrk llnnk . Western llnnk Mechanics' Bank . Ion ill ry lrsutUs. par par pur pur . far par par par pur put Dunk of Chester County cstchestcr par Cluster pnr (erninntnwn nr Nniris'own par Dov Icsrown par Fusion par r.ii'-li'l pir II .ink of Dclnwnre County Bank of (11'!! Dank of Montgomery Co. Doyleslown Dank Erts'nn llnnk Farmers' Hank of limits ro Olbce of Tt'ink of I'rnn'a. O slice do do OH'cc do tlo Oll'iee do -do Jlarrishiiigl The-i-Lancaster offices Rending ( do not En-Inn J issue n. it i...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 August 1842

nmis or Tin: .!rinitic?.tx. HGNRY B. MA8SER, Pi ntiaHtas and JOSEPH EISEI.Y. $ PnomiiTons. It. It. JMSSKIt' Editor. orrici is MARKET rrnsitT, ntia heem. THE" AM ERICA V in published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum lo be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till a Lb arrearages are paiJ. No subscriptions received for leat period than ait mosth. All communications or letters on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be TOST PAID. Front Tait'i Magazine. Crnah t h Afghtnnl Crnxh the Afjjhaun ! Why does he dara To claim man's birth-right and be freal Go slay him in hia mountain lair, To teach him magnanimity. Tell him about your gentle creed. Good will and Peace to wildcat horde ; And preach it while Ida heart shall bleed, Revenge the grace that plunged your aword. AVhat in he, the bold Moslem thiff. Rude (ibelier, lihuddist, blind Hindu t All but your orthodox belief He darea lo have : wants freedom too ! Lifts lit hia sword 'gainst British wr...

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. — 20 August 1842

4 1 nun the A. 1, 1.3'prm. Tin owing I lie Tea Overhnnrel. The following article appeared in the Now York Daily Advertiser fifteen years ago. We received it yesterday cnilosed in a letter from one of inir-vcry oldest Revolutionary Heroes, who still lingers on this side of the grave, and who numbers fi)iir score years ami more, with a request to re-insert it. The subject is worthy el" a re-publication ; but if it worn not, we could nut deny our venerable correspondent tlie fa vi i r : "These reflections occurred to ns, in ron.o iicncp of mooting the other day, w ith n per son iiiiiI probably the only surviving one, who took a part in throwing the ten overboard from the l!riti!-li ships in lkstou l.n-hotir undoubt edly oucoflho measures which precipitated the Revolution. His iinme is Joshua Wyeth, ti relative of the celebrated John Wyeth, of Cam bridge, whom every Harvard scholar, ol the times tif the veuerahle Wilhird iiml Tapper so well remembers, lie lives in this city, isturh-i-d ...

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. — 20 August 1842

hold's bill reducing th pay and roileajffl of mem bers. Mr. A. thus far, has been Unable to gel his 1ill before the House for consideration whenever h is callcJ up It is lkl Ovct.Amer. SeniiiuL From the Hull i more Ameritan. TWEXTV SEVENTH CO.UKESS. YVasmikhton, Aug. 1.1,1812. UNITED STATES SENATE. The main business of the Senate has lre.cn of but little importance to the public, Mr. BUCHANAN present! memorial from Lancaster County, retina,, praying f,r the issue of Government Stock of f 400,0(10,000 to be loaned to the St ile, and based upon the Public Lauds, The memorial was laid Uwm the table. Mf. WRIGHT presented memorial from the rnanuficlurers of Glass in Baltimore, Jersey City nnd New Voik, stating that they have discovered the mode of manufacturing Glass into Clo'h, as lately commenced in England, and asking that a duty of 50 ppr cent, may I imposed on the for eign article. The memorialists state that no evils can arise from the imposition of this duty (or the reason that th...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 August 1842

) i - jj I, 1ST Jl A JX H rrAASYI.VAXIi. Ttn following lis shows the eurnnt value of nil Pennsylvania Hunk Notes. The most implicit re liance may I placed upon it, as il is e very ueik carefully compared with ai J corrected from link lull' Ueinrlpr. llniiliS III llill;ilclilil:i. .. . Hi sr. JNamk. J.ocatio. ., I tm.An. NOTES AT TAR. Park of North Amnion . , pnr Bank of the Northern LnVrtics . . par Comirrcreml Bank of Pcnn'a. . . par Funiura' oml Mechanics' Unnk . . pnr Kensington It, ink . pur Philadelphia liimk par Schuylkill Bunk . . . Sotithwnrk Bank . pur Western Unnk . par Mechanics' Hank pi Country llsmkH. Hank of Chester County Wcstchcsler Hank of Delaware County Chester ft ink of liermaiilown (tonnantmvn Hank of Montgomery Co. Norristown lloylenlown Hank Doylestown Fusion Bank East on par par pnr par fmr par Farmers' Itank of Bucks co Bristol par Office of Hank of Pctin'a, Office, ilo -do Itliee ilo do Office do do NOTES AT llnrrishntg"). These Lancaster I otlices Reading ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 August 1842

fcTi:ilMS P TIIK AMKHIt'AX." HKNHY U. MASSEK,? PuntunrHn Ann JOSEPH EISELY. SPorHiRTo8. it. tt. .n.lSSKK, Editor (n?ntl IS MillRKT STRKKT, Hull HERB. THE" AMERICAN" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum lo le )nitl half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till ill arrearages ate paid. No subscription received for a Jess period th:in i mouths. All communications or letter on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. The First Irlh rhe Hontcliold. T AKMA. Oh, many a mournful year hath flown, Since first amid our family bund Dentil e.ima and stole our timeliest one, And bore her to the spirit-land. Yot shrined with many a sweet, fad thought, That loved one's memory lingers sull; Tor nhl she left a ooid that nourjht 15 at mournful thoughts could fill. Vents have past by, I said, and yot It only seems the other day, inoe round Ker dying lied we met, With breaking hearts to weep mid pray, Her gentle soul we strove to think. Would linger...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 August 1842

Pmm the .atinnal Iiilclliitt nctr. NATIONAL IXflTITt TK. The Polar Plant nftlir 'Wratrril Prntrlts I A tattle (imipiis. PtR Sir : In offering through yon to tho National Institution a dry-pressed specimen of the Polar Plant of the Western Prairie, it is proper that I should give a description of it, and its location. It is a iqiecies of fern, witli ono Inrg-c flat leaf, whose plain always point 1n the tinrfh and south. Tho leaf is symmolri t.illy disposed about the stalk. It ottnins the height of Ironi ten to sixteen inches, and it ia believed it never blossoms. It is spread pro fusely in large beds over till Western prairies, from iholiir Northwest to tho far Southwest. It Ins been seen in the prairies of Wisconsin and other regions cast of Mississippi. It fs never fi'iHid in tho forest, or in other words, outcfltte prairies. It hnsbcen well known to the hun ters and tfuppcrs oflho West, and to the offi cers of dragoons ; but I believe tlmt its exist ence has never (at least extens...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 August 1842

Prom the Baltimore Amerienn, TWESTY SEVEXTIt CONGRESS. YViaiiinnToir, Aug. 83, 1842. UNITED STATES SENATE, Revenue 11111, Mr, C. J. INC.ERSOLL vni tailed o the Chair nd (he debate proceeded an honr and ten minutes. Mr. ROOSEVELT of New York commenced the discussion in ipcech in defence of the President The debate wu continued by Messrs. HOLMES of 8. U. and GORDEN and FILLMORE of New York. Mr. Fillmore's remark were most important, and Were listened to with profound attention. He rated very briefly that he ahould vote for the Dill introduced by Mr. McKennan of Penn. which was the Bill which hud passed the two Houses of Con gress with ihe exception of (he 27th section and the insertion of tea and coffee to be free when im ported from beyond the Cape of Good Hoe in A mcrtcan vessels. He should vote for this Dill, and yield the principle of Distribution, against his bet ter judgement against the vote he had formerly given and in reference te the great, prevailing and extended distress i...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 August 1842

ll A IV K X 4T i: 1, 1ST. ITWSlI.ViMi. The f .Mowing 1 i tt shows Ihe riirrmt value of nil Pennsylvania Rank Notes. Tim must tit t io r t re liance may be placed upon it, as it is terry week run fully comp lied with ai d corrected fioiu Biik mil's Reporter. lCiinlin 111 Ilill:ill)lilii. . 1 Dur. iw NOTKS A 'J' 1 A R. Brink of North Aniciira . , Bunk of the Northern Liberties , dunnicrciiil Bank of Perin'a. , Fanners' nml Mechanics' Bank . Kensington Hank Philadelphia Bank Schuvlkill Bunk Sotithwark Bank . . Western flank , M eel i ii I lies' Bank . par pur m r par ar far par par pur pll Country ItUlllvH. frttcliif-ler (.lirstcr O'ermantown Bank of ( hrstcr County Hank of lVlnwnrc County Ilmk of (.'crinantown Punk of Montgomery Co. Doy Irslow n Bank Kaston llm k Farmers' liank of Rucks co OHice of W ink of rrnti'a. Cilice, do lo Ofl'icc Jo do Otlire do do par par par pnr pur par p.r Norristnwn Dn let-town Easlmi Bii-tol JIain-l.iup These Lancaster i llll'lCOS Reading do not Fusion J ...

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