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

'iT.ims or Tin: amf.uiva." 1IENHY 11. MASSliH,? FvmisnKRS Ann JOSEPH KlfSEl-Y. ST BOFRIITllUi. M. it. 1t.1SSEIt, Editor. nrrici is MtunKT ithkit, tt dkkr. TUG" AMKKIUAN" is ml!ishei1 every Pslur dsy at TWO DOI.LAUS per annum to be paid half ye arly in advance. No paper discontin ued till ill aircarages aie pn'ul. INo subscriptions received for a less period thin mxmosth. All communications or lelteis on business relatmir lnthn ullke, to insure attention, luosl l.e 1'OJSJ' PAID. UNBURY AMERI AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL. CAN Absolute acquiescence in the decisions of the majority, the vital principle of Republics, from which there i no app al hut to fore, the vital prin tple anJ immediae parent ot desp It'spiiiam. JarrKKSJi. Ily Mustier & l.lscly. Suiibiiry, IVorflaiiiiiliriiaiitl Co. 1'a. iialiiiday, Xov. 12, IS-. Vol. 3 Xo. -5 Whole Mo. 111. Thk Iiiisii Haht his lonu been celebrated for the mildness and beauty of its musir. The best Crnlrnl Anirrlct, Mr. Stephens' new work on the Ruins...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 November 1842

, DrovrnlHC Woman lu a Sack. The barbarous custom of drowning women in Kicks ia still continued amongst the Turku. The following is an extract from a letter from Greece to the Court Journal : I must now tell you a wry painful etory. Lst Sundiy fortnight, as I was returning from Thorapie, in a boat, (or caique,) accompanied by my son and a foreign officer, we were sur prised by tli boatmen (Turks) suddenly i' ping the caique, and desiring us to be tilont. It was then about holf-pawl nine o'clock at Tiiht, and not very brijrbl ; but from the wa ter and by the rushing ot the current, we could easily di.--coverany bo.it that mi: lit aVproncli us. My foreign friend inquired of the boatmen why they stepped the bout ! The answer was ' Do you not sen that ? They are about drowning a woman." It appeared that the poor creature had been sewn up in a mi k, und as soon as our boat was at a distance, she met with a wa tery grave. The caique in which she was pin cih.1 was rowed by three men, and t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 November 1842

A Dear Scrap. On Safutdiy, the 1st of the ctment mnnlh, ton of Mr. Robert McDonald, of Earl Town, (not fur ftom Ticiou) wit int to examine i potato field to ascertain if any cattle had broken into tt. After proceeding ibout 30 lods from the house, he was tt tacked by he bnr with fnur cubs. The bear im. meJiaicly icitcd him inJ threw him violently on the grnuml. At iiron at he rote ehe itruck him gain, and he fell. When he rose the second lime he attempted to eiritte her with tinall atirk, hut the. caught him again anil tore lit head fearfully nd he wan roirate J a thitd time. Providential ly, at thia critical moment ome movement among the cuba wilhdiew hrr attention from the boy, who seised the opportunity and sprung over fence nenr which the event occurred. The bear instantly followed, but when she alighted on the fence it Rive way under her, and before the could recover, the boy happily effected hia escaire. When he arrived at the nearest house, he waa literally co hered with bloo...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 12 November 1842

a!g!S91iUi!U'-lg.gJl t.lL SJ.L JJJ J, . i,. ,., ...... mm.,mu,mm.,j i i j ,i ,,111, ISA X K OT i: LIST. I'llWSYIA.lXIA. The f 1 W iiiir list shuw tin" rurnnl vnliie of nil .pit'isx Unt i l link N ',,. Tin' tnnl implicit it li 1 r 111 i ' p plan il upon it, a- il F rrrri im k (hi. I. .ily C"tii .iiril w ilh ni d currir.ied limn liik III ll's lil'l" T'fl. trunks In rhilaU ti'Ithi. , Pii-. 1 A a t v.. I.ni i no. ,, . . 1 tl I LAI'. N O T V. S A T F A K. Tniili of Nntih Amt'iirn . I'lUik uf llir Ninthem Libert". . r.in.iiirn-ial ll ink ni' I'i'iifi'n . I'm n , m' nnd Mniisnii",' Dunk J'. (M''iintmt Hank i:tr fm r pin ';ir J'nr p.ir pm p.'ir j mi r I p:ir 1'iir 1 1 1 r J'lir 'iir ji.ir ! ir i'!.lNil.l ItMlik S,Imi Ikifl llmik Hniiiiiviiik lifliik . i-ni I'.mk Ait cl.ir.iicti' iutiik li mil rl iit'!ltT miiiiy li ji'k uf lVliuviirt' ('i)iiiny ll.ll'k t'l (itTllllllltilU ll Punk uf Mmituonii ry Ci .' Dnylriitowii li uik Kbm'OM lirllik t f't l.tftcr (VltMllT tit tllllll.llUVtl 3S' ni risinw ...

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. — 19 November 1842

I'ttici: oivim i.utim:. 1 sqnaro 1 insertion, . . . $r nf I do 3 do .07 I do 3 rl.) . . (in nvry "nWrpirnt inprtii.n, 0 Yearly Advertisements : one column, f2S ; half cnfiimii, f IS, thrpp squares, $12; two square. 9 ; on square, f .1. Ila'f-varly : one column, tS ; half column,? 12 ; llirpti squares, f 8 twosqmin, f r; nna square, J:J !0. Ailvcrtiseirirnii h it without directions Id tl,p length of lime they nre lo he ptili!i-hed. i'fhi continued iiulil ordered out, and tlis'yod ri'-i o'if iiirIv. Cj'i-'ittesn lin maks a squar. kj UJ JLnI JO UJ Jul JL IVJLJCJJDLJL AND SIIAMOKIN JOUKNAL. nrrici is w tamer stkmt, jrm ns. THE" A MHKIOAN" h published every Sntur Oay at TWO DOLLARS per annum to lie i:iiJ half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages me paid. iVoauliscription received for a Iran period than fix hojths. All communications or letters on hiixiiK-a relating tnllic office, to injure attention, mii.t bo. POST PAID. t.mi.i Kl "J'S.'lUB-ULL!.1 ' "'!.... '!' A...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 19 November 1842

.'I1. .!" "! Hi '2 .1 ,1! ig From the former's Cuhintl. To Cure Hani's, Ae. A writer who signs himself S. S. gives thr Vowing directions for curing Irnin", shoulders, reun !, of beef, tongues, &c., for drying, which he HVi !,e h:is followed successfully lor twenty years, r.rd tlmt hams (luiectird, were aolJ for 11 cents per IS. to sell again ; when, no wo nil Kiiriw, thousands were bought of the grocer? r d cents. Now with the difference in;ric I "vi rn a pnnj and indifferent article, is it ! not well worth while for all engaged in its pre. para! Ion, to secure to themsolvop, by their enre and .-kill, n pood remunerating price, nnd leave -:e hulfj-ricul iirticlos to be furnished by the caroles-i, th" unskillful, nnd the unthrifty ! The Oiri r'i..n arc its follows : "T i eve (.--I Von nf wnter, add pi;ht pounds com-c n ck salt, one pint of molarses, ami two tvu ! t a!' j i i'" (nitre.) mix the ingredients in t'.e--- i rop aliens well together, and let them r "ii : ',) ntitil diss...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 19 November 1842

tlelphta to Trenlnn, ami walk half doaen time rou ml the r-e course. In the midst of this, Mesmerism broke out, and Dixon, like tbeMagii of Egypt, iliJ also, end not only wrought seeming miracle, by pulling folk to sleep the firt time, we auajiect, he ever tot any one h'ep in hit active presence hut he performed ihc teal miracle, aa art forth in the first paragraph of biographical (ketch he made eonverta of many physicians. Who shall any, then, that Dixon hat nut achieved greatness a well aa notoriety. V. S. Gaz. Tr.tit (in in. The follow ng article, relative to the mineral wealth of that Country, we clip from a late paper Red Lander t "A party were recently conducted to the ilver mines situated between the stream of Mano and iKin Sabs, nn tha f.h.rm Ona nf tn n.rl. M 11. . , lloldcn, discovered and brought away specimens of .... .. .. .. . iiiv in goin, luuuu in moan panicles inrniign m guagn of white quartx. They were led to a place by an Old Indian, who states that he was with a ...

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

11 A IV K KOTK LIST. rr.wsixrAXJ.i. Tl e f 1 owing lil shwa tlip rwrrnt vhIup of nil Perm? Ivania Punk N'nti a. The ino-i implir'l fi ll nif mtt l-e placed upon il, it i rivry 'cfi run (n Iv c mpned with ai d directed dutii Link mil's li'i'"f'rr. Kunks In PlilUidclphl.i. 1 1 1 m-. tv JVamx. Liicatto. ,, I UlLAll. NOTES AT r A R. Bank of otih Arneiira' Pan!; of the ottherii 1.i!erti.M 4'omr rrial Bank of Penn's . . Fmrei" nnd Mechanic' Bunk" Ken-m'ton Bank . . fur I r pur par par f-riT pal i..r 'nr Jul I ! -.!;..!. t Inn ll.ittlw i?h,ki!l Dank H.iiM.ttark Hank Vr.'cn Bank . Mi clunk' Bank Coitisfry ltOr.IiH. i ttchrster pnr Bunk of ' lirvt(. r Cnumv I'm k of Delaware County Btl.lt. of ( .'iTtllHIltOl n F.nk of Monmomcry Co. Dnvlcsimvti Hmk Pa on Bank I' onu ri' Hank of Purl; CO (;:tc f Bnikol I'mii'a. Chester pnr (.'crniantown jnr N'orris'own par Doth Mown r Ivtston par pii-tol par Ham-hit T The-e Lane su r I offices lifHihli f do not Eittini J issue ti MS Ci IT' NT. 1'lnLui Iplna ii...

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. — 26 November 1842

TKUMS OF THE " AMERICA.' 1IENUY I). MASSKR,? PcaLisiiKns and JOfEPH EISELY. J Paoenirroas. It. II. n.issfitt, Editor. omct m mukct arnicar, rkar ntta. Til B ' A M ERIOAiSi" i published r tcry Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum lo be o.iid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin Ui'il tiil all airraraRrs are paid. No subscriptions received Tor a less period thin ix mosths. All communications or Icltets on busiiics relating tntlin office, to insure attention, most be POiST PAID. L!!JLL'Hlli"Jl-. . - .J?1? ' r:-,-t: Vk --s,-i "asO jtnnnrti. kt wonsnwniiTn, Wilton ! thou shou'dt bp livine al thi hour; I'ncl.mil halh need of ihrr; she i a fen rif Maenant water; attn. .word and pen, Firrsi.lc, ll'p berete wealth of ball ami hnwrr, Have forfeited their ancient Rne'i.b dower Of inward happiness. Vp are rlfi-h men ; Oh raie us up, return In tin aeain j A"d e:vp n manner, virtup. freedom, pnwpr. Thy tnul uvt Lkta alar, nntf dii'rff apart i Tbnu liadt a voir whop sound n like the sea, Purr ...

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. — 26 November 1842

Foreign Items. Salomon Tlers-Iiell, Chief Rabbi of the Jews n England, died in London, Oct. 31, alter a ong illness. He was S3 years of age, and had officiated a Chief Uabbi, upwardsor 42 years. The celebrntcd Grace Darliug died at Datn burgh, Oct. 20, ol consu option, in the 25th year of her age, Alien Cunningham, the well-known writer etui assistant of Sir Francis Chantrcy, died sud den!)' at his residence in London, oh tin; VI 1 1 1 vf October at the ugo ol'Oti. He had just completed, it is said, a life of Sir Franci. The Niger Expedition has been totally aban doned. The Strte of Hanover lias p-rrmted eleven millions of I'rns-ian crowns (jCIiOO.WO) for a ceneral railway system of sixty German miles. The- wheat crop ofFrance in 112 has al most doubled itsell'dtiring the Inst thirty year., and t'int of potatoes has been five fold during the sa.nc period. Com nr. M Luigier. a ynung astronomer tit'nc'ied to the observatory of Paris, discover ed nSn'it srven o'clock in tho evening of ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 26 November 1842

TT" ' IJ !-- ML,1.. i'.'U'.J I.tnnt SrsriK. In weighing Spanish change, which constitutes large portion of the retail circu lation, we find lt actusl value in quantities In hs : f20, in sixpences, (6jc) weigh ?17,18, H por cent. loss. fltl, in shillings, (12Jc) weigh f 17,8ft, 10 J per cent. loss. $20, in quarters, (25c) weigh 18.45, 8 per cent Ins. Dimes anil half dime, which have, been in cir culation five years in J more, are round to have lost S per cent. Sovereigns, of ihe dragon die, have In-1 J, and other sovereigns J per cent, on the standard weight. Commou Sksse. No one is so foolish as to sup pose for a moment that we can live without eating, any more than a tree could derive nutriment from the air alone, without the soil. Chameleons may live on air, though it is well known that such air ia full of insects. Alt, therefore, know that it ia what we put into the stomach which causes us to live. We make over our bodies from the stomach. In from three to five years me mnke over...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 26 November 1842

LULEill .U.IH. ..itHIaliiftli.'lll..L' ISJU'JJ' JANlk aOTt LIST. n:xsvi.vAxi.L. Tt c f .I'nninp Iim shows the rurnnl vr.lue of oil fn-nst Kama Bin k Nod a. 'I'lio most implinl re li.retF tniy I t'oird upon it, as it l m-r y vnlt car. fuMy f in with (ii J correcteJ from link mii' !!. r i !. nnl.a in riill:lpliln. t- . 1 i nr. l n IV AMI.. I.OCATIOl. NOTES AT PAR. Par, t.f Nnnli AnicricO . . I'r.tik of ni- .Vuihem Lideiti.'i '. in'i'or i.il liffi't uf I't'i'li'. f J'll lrV nial MerhalliiV Batik . f'tms'i.ton liu.k . or par par I M j ir ur V, ilml. I, his TJ-.r k H, I. in Hi 1 1 T liai k . . . y .ii'i.woik t'm.k . ' . Wpfpiii Buna , , , Mechanics' l'iili Country ironUs. Bii'k of Chest, t County i slitif flcr rsr Jur fir I'"' par Pink of Delaware County Bank of (irrmai.tiiwr. Bonk of Mot n omety Co. ih.yU Finn ii Bank F.as'OII I'Hl k Ftmcr.' l'm.fc rf Pucks CO I ll'ii i' i t 1! ink of I ci,ii'n. )ri'.ri- ) Oo 1'r'n1 - ila Oldce d tin CI riliT (eimai.toivn Notrision n Poyh sfowu l.hnliir...

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. — 3 December 1842

'.tiH.A 'u.i, pin HUMS OF THE " AMi:niAX" HEMKV B, MASSEK, 7 Pcuimt., JOsErH $P.hiiitoii.. lirrit IS BlBKtT ITtHT, MtAk DMR.J THE AM KKIUAN" i published every Salur day at TWO IK) LI. A ft 3 per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. JVo jiapcr Urscoiitin 4U'd till all arrearage are fA. No subscription received fat a lea period than n jiosths. All communications or It-tier on liusincss rol.it i to the oH'rce, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. UNBUMY AMERICAN. AND SHAM0K1N J0U1UNAL, IMtlCI.S OF ADT r.ftTislxf; "ir."1!i!g-..1'? B i qnTe I inserriofi, ft) dr I do H do . , o; 1 do 3 d.i . t 00 Krty subircrpient rnOTlii n, . 0 5ft Yearly A4eiliaementai one coTttrrrtt, 2S ; halt Cidumn, $18, three -aquares, two squares, f 9$ one sqoare, $5. llarf-yeatly : nn'cohimn, (18 half column, $12 j three squares, fH ( two square, $5; one square, $3 All. Advertisement felt withrmt directiona h to lb length iff liine'tliey ire lo be pubrUhrrt, v ill be rontinnod until ordered oat, and -charge...

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. — 3 December 1842

V.mlt on Ilia 1-mlirt Snpsr tnrin Cloilns of tli JUrto laiiul. There was n tremendous gale on lake Erie and Outnrio on the IStlj and 19th. In the bar lor of Buffalo the water ro?e five feet, Tho Bulftilo Advertiser of the 10th says The sebr. JelTerson, dipt. Dongs!, wont a ahoreat 6 o'clock last night, about three miles nbove Dwflalo light-house, and i a total wrec k, attended with a melancholy lo.es of life one rntirefamily, husband, wife, mid five children, together witli a young woman, and one of the men belonging to the vowel, having peris-hod ! Capt. Dotignll, from whom wo have the pain ful Trcitn I, says that about two hours after his vessel beached, the companion way was wash 'd oft, and the children and young; woman drown ed in the cabin and forecastle, portion of the crew had pot ashore, in quest of help, and were endeavoring to rescue the family. The mat wrapped his overcoat around the woman and trid to keep her warm by walking her to tsd fro on the beach, but she soon bec...

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. — 3 December 1842

Fmm tit AV Yotli Tribune. Distress It Orvat Hrll. The Evening Pott which has neer lcr to hed for Asici!t mantafactanra anJ artisan thrown atterly out of employment hy the pressure of unequal Foreign competition which never Taiaea iu voice again! the depression of AmcA! roditction (especially Agriciittiiral) bjr Foreign icatrietions, or at least profesica or favora no effi cient opposition to thera it greatly distressed at the depreesion of British Manufacture conse iPnt on our new Protective Tariff. To ita wail ing on thia head we reply : 1. For every spindle or room stopped in Great Britain or elsewhere ly out Tariff one ia et in mo tion liere. Now we have no o'jection to giving employment to British Laborcrt if our ewn were will employed, well paiil and well fed. But such is notoriously not the f.ict. Wo have thou -amis of honest, capable, deserving workmen and women who have even yet no employment, alihough the TarilT has set to work two hundred thousand who hut for it would now ...

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. — 3 December 1842

IIAIVK JXOTK 1. 1ST. riiWSYMAMA. The folViwinp list shows the eurr, nt vshte nf nil Pennsylvania H.mk Num. The mnt implir'l r liappe may hp j.l.-r.-i? npon it, as it is trrry tt'irh ran fully rompnrrd w ith at il Corric'rd f.otii Hi. k mil's Reporter. Hunks In PhlhuUIpliIsi. Nam. LocaT.o. J III I NOTES AT r-AIt. Hm:k oJ Aorlh Amrrill t'ank of the Northern Liberties Commerpial Rnh of Perm's. . Fain-trs and Mechanics' Uank lcnsmi;ton Hank Philadelphia Hank . Schuylkill Uank Noulhwark Hank . . Western I'.ink , . Mechanics' Uank . . found y ItmiliN. Tt -nik rf (.hrr-tcr County Wrslchetrtcr par Vnr par par .!IT pur tmr rank of Delaware County Hank of fiermnntown Rank of Montgomery Co. Doylcstown Bank East-OU Uatik (Jermantown Nnrristown Doylratoxvn. r.i.ston Fanners' Hank of Hucks ro. Rristol Ol'uo of Uank of PcntiV trice do do ClTce do 10 OiTieo do do NOTES A T IIarrishutgv, Thc-p Lancaster 1 nil's: rs Rpnding fdo not Easton J issue n. DISCOUNT. Hank of the United Slates Philadelphia Ma...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 December 1842

r-T-T 1 ... I ii ill, , 111 , . joj, IMtlt I'. OF AITCUT1SI.. I tipiaro 1 insertion, f 0 90 I do 2 do . . 0 75 I do 3 ilj . . . I no fivry subsequent jnwrnVn, 0 Vearly AdTeitiscments: fine column, $3R.; half column, f 18, three-squares, f 12; two squares, f 9 ; one squve, fH. Half-yearly t one column, 1 1 8 ; half rolumn, f 12 ; three squares, fS ( two squa1 rs, f S oiw wpjare, f3 60. Advertisements left without directions as tm he leuirth of time they am 10 (in publisher), will Iw crmmiflcd Wlitil ordered out, and charged acctnj. hiKly. Cj'iteen lines make a pquarc. TKRMS OF Tlin AMKHICAXV HE.NHY B. MASSER,? PuniMiiM tin JOSEPH ElSEhY. S P..rn uxors. . it, .tt.lSSKIt, t'ditvr orrici is xttur tkst, mm tti. THE A M HKICA.V ia published every Salur Jay at TWO UOI.I.AK3 per annum 10 be half yearly in advance. Mo paper discontin ued till ALL airearages ate paid. Nouhsctipu'oiM received fur a leas period than ix months All communications or letters on business refuting to the office, to ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 December 1842

t.lf!IL.-i.l'-"-lJf 1 1"I fj Kli. ' -ML. I ,, HiW PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. The lift hour el which we receive J the Message, Slid in great length, prevent us from plscing it be fore oct renJom entire thi wnefc, bill we givo be low a svnnpsis of it, with copious extract upon tlio subject of moat genera! interest embraced m H. The Mc3ff ripens with an expression ef grail titude to tho grrtt Creator, for the numbrrhat be refits bestowed upon us as t people. The President then proceed to consmtulate the people on the ratification of the late Treaty with Kngland, upon which he remaik! I trust that whilst you nmy see in it nothing objectionable, it nmy be the moans of preserv ing, tor an indefinite period, the amicable to intions happily existing between the two l!nv crntncnts. The question of pence or war be tween the United States and Great Britain, is n question of tho ileepest interest not only to themselves, but to the civilized world, since it is scarcely possible that a war could exist ...

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. — 10 December 1842

mm - i!3 j - .' tltnta t Men trBmlniih Superintend in person as much of your busi ness is practicable, and observe with a watch ful eye, the management of what i necessarily committed to agency of others. Never lose sight of the powerful influence of example, and be careful in the management of your concerns, to recommend by your own personal practice, uniform habits of active, in terested persevering diligence to thoso in your instruct Km and to your agents, and let it be un derstood by tlwm that you expect they will ex ecute the same in strict conformity thereto. It no common amusements interfere or mingle with your business; make them entire ly dititinct employmcts. Despatch at once, if possible, whatever you may take in hand ; if interrupted by unavoid able interference, resume am! finish it as soon as lite obstruction is removed. fteware of self-indulgence no business can pwssibly thrive under its influence. Do not BFsumc to yourself nmTe credit for what you do, than you are en...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 December 1842

u a r li x o t i: ij i s t. rilWSIXVAMA. The following list slums the current valne of all Pennsylvania Bank Nods. The most implicit re liance may be placed Umui it, a it is (w j lf Ar cn r fully compared withal d currcctJ from Ui k nrll'i Reporter. .tank In riiilalc1ilihi. v , Disc, m IW' Wat.o.t. p,,,., NOTES AT PAR. Bank of North Ameiira Pank of the Northern Liities Commercial Bank of Ppnn'n. . Varmrra' and Mechanics' Uunk par par pur par par par nr par par i Krnsinelnn Bank Philadelphia Bank . . Selittxlkitl Bank . . S.uithwark llnnk -. . Western Hank . Mechanics' llnnk . . Country 1 tanks. Hank of Chester County Wcgtclicstcr Dank of Delaware County Chester Hank of Ccrm.n.tnwn (iermatitnxvn Bunk nf Montenrnt ry Co. Norristown Doybsiiiwn 1 it ii k Doylcstoun Eas'on Rank Enstnn par par par par par pur p-ir Pinners' Bunk of Bucks ro Bristol Wee of Bank ol Pcnn'a. llarrislui'g Thr-o 'wd- il ilj Lancaster Office do do Reading Oilier do ill) Easlon i'.ccs Id do! J It-slip II. "NOT lis...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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