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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 25 February 1843

n:iois or Tin; americax." HEMKV II. MASSLR, PlBMSHKHS Al JOSEPH ElSBLY. $PorRiTon. . If. TJ.2SSif, Editor. urriCI IS NA1K BT STRUT, MKA UTtH. THE" AMERICAN" is published every Satur day at TWO UOLLAflS per nniim to be Jiuij halfyeurly in advance. No Jiaycr discontin ued till all arrearage! ate paid. No subscriptions received ftr a 1cm period than nix mosth.i. All communications or letters on business relating tolho otlico, to insure attention, must be POS'I' PAID. .i .. . . " i , j . From Graharrfs Magazine for March. 'The Trodril Street. KT WIIMAM Cl-LH!!f BntATfT. 1,ft me move slowly through (lie street, Filled with an evcrshiftina 1rait, Amid llie Siinnil of step fhst'bcat. The mnrmnrinir walks like antnmn Tarn, llnw fust the flitting figures rome! The mild, the fierce, the tnrry face'; 'Some lit ight with fhouchles smile, and some Where secret trarti have left their trace. They piss to toil, 1o strife, to Test ; To hnlls in which (he feast i spread; To chambers where the funeral...

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. — 25 February 1843

The iip.m morning after receivirif this corres pondence, the Senstor rated in his place in the Senate, so soys tbe puMte press, that bo ha J called oa we nd I hai expressly Rented making (ny3Iiicni to him whatever ; whiJst at the Mae time tie had this home Urnostin his p xktA, to which he did sat wi refer. li fact it appear to haw been entirely satisfactory. Brrt th Senator from the county of Philadel phia has concealed hit real motive in asking Cfacir CorxmlU.ee to tchiletetsh himself. Ti re novate an exhausted reputation at the expense of an impoverkbed public Treasury is the spring wbicli has set thia whole proceeding in motion. In regard to this investigation, the Senate may raise Committee apm Committee, to re-establish tbe dilapidated character of one of their number, but they wilt learn that until it cxto9 a proper degree of fairness towards the other branch of the Legislature, it action will not I trust excite contempt from me ; and iu all investigations which may grow out o...

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. — 25 February 1843

Frnm the Afb0.n1 Argun. lwmt chumitv. Orra LanrfSlid at Troy Tarty Live Lost Several BaiMngi Destroyed, We have ecceunrs of feat ful calamity at Troy occasioned by a land elide, acrrceTy inferior in e tent, and it ii rearer), een more destrtrcliee of life, Iban that which occurred several years ago. Thcalitle cecirrrci south of the former one, on the tame k 41 tTie avalanche crushing and nearly burying acvetal frame hwililmgi at the foot of the hill, and extending qufce across Main atreel. 1'he verbal eocoanrs vary in particular, but all concur in rcpresentrng the loss of life and the acme nf distress an tercrMe beyond description. The following letter from TKmenponAent furniahea all the particulars e yet within reach J TaoT.Feh. IT, half put 5, P. M. Mksshs, UnMSwtLi Our ty has been again visited With an awful calamity. Another terrible avalanche has swept houses and farrrrtics a'way in its course of destruction, It isaseliss to attempt to particularise when il is vttcrly impossiMe...

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. — 25 February 1843

JL' UJ' -1 JL'-.I J J II A A" K SOI L JL.IST. TEXXSIXTAMi. T) f f llowing list show (h cumnt vnlne nf ill Pennsylvania Bonk Note. The most implicit re li rce miy ! placa-d upon it, m it is every week :a fully compared Willi at J corrtcled from Bi.k :.'!' Repine. I?anli In Plilladi-lplila. . , Disc, i !.OCAT.O. 1hlaii NOTES AT PAR. Pnvk of North America M -'A of :h Northern Liliertic C.iinuisrcial Bank i)f Pcnn'. . F.irrrrn' and Mechanic' Bunk K,Miiii!on Bank . pnr par pur par pnr par pnr pur pnr pH PI iWI. Vhi Bonk IVhtv. Ikill Bunk I ni'iwark Bunk Wcem Bank . Mechanic' Bank Cnnlry C i k of "hester County Bank of Delaware County RuV -if ('ermantowii Pak of Mrtiite.imery Co. D't) iftiwn Hunk C tm Rank r'rr r' Bank of Ruck co (""i,-c of Bank of Penn'a. IT-a do do O'r.nji do do 0.-. di do VV efchpcler Chester tiVrmnntown Nnnis'own Dn lrstown Fart on Bristol fa iiirislni Luc ft I f ilitid EllSloll I NOTTS AT Funk of the Utd'cd Slate l 1 !- CN 1 1 I't il id. I;..,n Pir.k of Pcnn 7Vwnhip ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 4 March 1843

t"111 j ."..am.. nor- TI'IOIS Or THE AMERICA!'." 1IENKY B. MA88ER, 5 Pu BLlaHKSS AMU JOSEPH EISEI.Y. SP . .IM.V.VF-'ft, lUUtor. Office in Centre Alley, in the rear of II. U. Mat- icr t Slure. THE A M E W IC A iN " to publiliod every Sal ur day al TWO OOLLAKS per milium to lie paid half yearly in advance. No papur discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No suliHciijition received for a lost period than is momths. All communication or letters on (mainea reJaling In the oilier, to insure attention, must he POST PAID. - . 'I.-Ji .l j VI"'. Ji s UNBTOY AMERICAN. AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL. i- Absoluts acquiescence in the decisions of ihe majoify, ihe vilal principle of Republic, from which (here i no app. al hut lo force, the thai piiu.iple nd innnediaie parent ol despotism. Jbi thso. Simbiiry, JVorlliumbcihuid Co. la. Nutunluy, .llunli -I, ls i:J. Vol. J--.o. u:iVliolo Xo, 12?. I.OVC Unit TiORiCa T raise SAnnKST osifonn. The pods one duv ecnt Reason i'H', To look for I .m e. their luisnl...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 4 March 1843

THE VETO. 7b the Senate and Hnvie of ftepreientativtt of the Commontttallh of Ptnntylvaniu. Gtim.(Kt s I regret tht in Imperative sense of duty compels me to return the Dill, entitle J "An Act 10 pr.iiJe forth election of Representative of the people of thii State in the Congress of the United States," to the House of Representatives, in which it originated, without my approbation. Thie legrel in increased by the consideration that I have atreeJy interposed to arrest the passage of a Kill for the time purpoee, anJ in many respecte substantially the same at the present. But un pleasant ai it is, I cannot yield -my assent to the passage of this bill, bearing on its face such glaring objestions. I beg leave to call your attention to my menage of the 6th of January last, returning the former hill, entitled "An Act to divide the State into Congressionol districts for the election of Re presentatives in the Congress of the United States," for the ground-work of several strong objections t...

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. — 4 March 1843

Oriental Republic country comprising tbntit 90,000 an, miles, end many Inhabitant. AnJ fur thii siveial thousand lives and million of money bave already hern lost. JV. Y. Tribune, The Sennington, Vb Banner givee the follow ing aa Prophet Millet's description of the coming of the Son of man t "A amall bright spot will first appear in the east, which will gradually expand as it approaches the rarih. Dy and bye, amall cloud will appear be. fore (he luminous ball and between it and the earth. On thif rloud will be aeen the Son of Man, etanJing eiect, hie figure plainly visible to the spec titon on the earth. At the anutid of a trumpet (or some other signal.) have gradually illuminated the whole heavens, the righteous dead ahall rise from their resting place and the risen and the living eainla shall rise together be caught up and meet the Saviour in (he air, when they will instantly I rhanged and clerhed wiih immortality. The Hi. viour will then present them to the Father, whose presence...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 4 March 1843

1IANK KOTO LIS T. rEWSYI.VAMl. Th following lilt show the current value of all Pennsylvania Bank Note. The most implicit re liance may 1 placed upon it, a it is evert week carefully compared with and corrected from Bick nell't Ri'porler. Banks In Philadelphia. . . Due. t Nam Locate. Pbuab NOTES AT PAR. Bank of North America . Uank of the Northern Lihertie Commercial Bank of Pcnn'a. . Farmera' and Mechanic' Bank par par par par par par par par par put Kensington Bank Philadelphia Bank Schuylkill Bank Southwark Bank Western Bank , Median Set' Bank Country DanUs. Westchester Bank of Cheater County Bnrik of Delaware County Bank of Germantown Hank of Montgomery Co. Doy letdown Bank par par par par p.r pnr rhetor Germantown Nnrria'own Doylustown Esstnn baaion Bank Farmers' Bonk of Buck co Cities of Bnnk of Penri'a. Office do do Office do do Cilice do do Bri-tol pnr Harrisbiirg" These Lancaster I office Reading f do not EbMiW J ISSliell. DISCO UN T. NOTES AT Bunk of the United States Bank ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 11 March 1843

TERMS Ol' THE " AMERICA'." H. D. MA8SER, ? roBLisan 4bd JOSEPH EISKI.Y. $ Pi.oran.Tor.s. Ml. it. MASSEUt Editor 0tce in Centre Alley, in the rear of IL B. Ma ser's Sliire. Til C AMERICAN" is published every 8atur- umj mi i nu uui.iiAita per annum to lie t e . . . . . jibiu nan ye.iriy in advance. lo paper Uisconiin tied till Alt lit.aiii naiil I Wo subscriptions received for lost period than ha nunmsi mi luiuiuuiiiiauuiis ui ii'uvrs un business relating to the ollice, to insure attention, mini ra ru.-vi imiu. From the Knkke-liorkrr, womrs on vixr. An cpi-tlo tn the President of the New Englxnd Hurirtv, who recommended ihe introduction of Women in place of Wine, at Eutcrtainmciil.'. 'Ono of the two. according to y.mr choice. Women or wine you'll have to undergo ; Both maladies nre fulnl to our j.ivs; Hut whirl) to choose 1 rral'y hardly know. T hive tried both ; so (hoe who would a part tnke. May choose between tho head actio and the heart sche.' Brno. OI ! wenk am! foot-hardy reform...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 11 March 1843

Another Tragical ArThlr. The following letter was received from a (fiend in Bradford county, by the editor of the Philadelphia Evening Journal. "Some eighteen months ago a Rev. Mr. Le fevre camo to a quiet valley of the Susquehan na, in quest of a congregation, over which to exercise his pastoral charge. . Ilia c'othca were somewhat thread worn, and the wig of his reverence had evidently seen better days. His devout appearance and exceeding zeal, ac companied by considerable talent, noon ingrati ated him with the people of a most respectable church, who after some attention to the out ward man in the way of a coat and wig, placeJ in their pulpit a man who for months was the nitmirntion of the surrounding country for his eloquence, zeal and piety. It is now discovered that the wig-covered Reverend has made a young member of his Church a mother, without its rites. The young lady is ofa plain but highly respectable fami ly, herself young, beautiful, unmarried, and remarkable for the pu...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 11 March 1843

Dnowsrn. On Saturday afternoon las', Mr. DiVtn Fot, of Rush township. Northumberland county, i crossing tho river opposite tliia town with two horse alcigh. When within twenty ysrds of the opposite shore, the ice broke, and the two horses attached to the sleigh, were drowned, Mr. Fox himself making narrow escape. The horses were found some time afterwards a short distance below. Danrille Democrat. On Tuesday las', by (he Re. Wm. R. Smith, Mr. Washihato Smith, of Augusta, to Miss A Miui PcasEt, of this place. On Thursday the 23d ult., by the Rev. O. Berk etreeser, Mr. Joh Hitos, of Danville, to Miss Re ecca If artsexl of Cattawissa township, Colum- bia county. On the 7th ult., by the Rev. Daniel Barber, Mr. 'Charles 3. Chits to Miss Mart Ana Kreahmi, all of Chilisquaque township. On the 21st ult., by the same, Mr. Bowwow I.e. a to Miss Moose, bold of Chili-quaqne. I) 1 L I), On Satii'day Inst, in Augusta township, an in fant daughter of Mr. Joseph (is-s. In Turbut township, on the 14...

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. — 11 March 1843

JiAML KOTE LISTi PEXX81XTAXIA. The fallowing- ht shows the current value of tl Ynusvlvsnis lUt.k N.itrt. The most implicit rr ianre may plnerd upon It, as It bmry nwl( 'nrf-fxHy compared with aid CorrcC J from Bik OcU' Reporter. Hanks In Philadelphia. V ' ' 1 ' ' T ' . - PltC. I N. ; T ,LoTfO. pilliD NOTE 9 AT PAR. 9nk nf North Annric . Sank of the Northern I.lhcrtirt Cimmrrriiil Bank of PcnnV . Farmer' and Mechanic' Back . Kensington Bank , Pliilaitt thiA Bank . Schuylkill Bank . . . 9outhwaik Hank Western Bank Mechanics' Dnnk . Manufacturer' & Mechanic" Bunk Country Hanks. pat par par par par par par par par par par Batik of Chester County Dunk of Delaware County Bank of Germantown Rank of Montgomery Co. Doylestown Bank Kssion Bank r aimers Bnnk of Bucks CO. Office of Bank of Penn'. OtTiee do do , O.'l'ce do do Office do do Westchester par par par par par par Cheater Germantown Norristown Dojlcstown Easton Bii tot pw Harriiit'ura These Lancaster I offk-es Reading j do not EBto...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 18 March 1843

'I UJml'; ritici: or Tr.iois OF thi: " AMKIIICAX.'' M. U. MASSER, 3 PUBLISHERS ARD JOSEPH EI8EI.Y. S rHomnToni. , ' tt. It. M.iSSEIi, Bditor. Ojlce in Centre Alley, in the rear of II. B. Mas ter' Store.) , THE" AMEKlUAiV" is published every Salur Jay at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No jacr discontin ued till Ait arrearage are paid. No subscriptions received Tor a lest period lhau aix mosths. All communications or letters on huainess relating to the office, to insure attention, mutt ie poyr PAID. - AlsVnilTISIXU. I square 1 insertion, , . " $0 60 t do 3 do . . . 0 70 1 do .1 d,J . 1 00 Kvery subsequent insertion, ' 0 SS Yearly Advertisement t on column, 35 ; half column, f IS. three squares, $ 13 ( two square, f 9 ; one square, f 5. Half-yearly I one column, fit I half column, f 12 ; three squares, ; two squares, $i one square, $3 HO, Advertisements left without directions as to the length of time they are to he published, will be continued until ordered o...

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. — 18 March 1843

THE B1DDLEK, FOR THE AMERICAN. Juvenile Department. Answer to Enigma of last week. Si'.hbi'Kt America;. Answer to Charade. Piano Forte. Answer to Puzzle. No. 1. Hia Daughter. No. 2. Ho tan take the goose over first, 'eave it on the other side, return, and take the fox, then bring the goose back, leave it on this side, and take the corn over, and then return for the goose. CHARADE. My first ia the name of a saint, And in the Bible often is found ; My eeeond is an implement used By farmers, to lear off their ground My wliolo is a science, in which hove figured The most distinguished men of our age, And is practised daily by numbers, Who'd scarce know n saint from a sage. Conundrums. 1. Why is a man looking out of a garret window, so much like a crow in a gutter 1 2. Why do ladies always pull off the left stocking last 1 3. A man on going to visit a prisoner in ja il was nsked by the jailer, if he was any relation or the prisoner. The man replied. "As to brothers and sisters, I have no...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 18 March 1843

Tim Battle-axe Fanatics. -The founder tsf the Battle Axe doctrine is said to be a man named Gates, who resided sometime since in Philadelphia. His wife is also a believer in this infamous and licentious fanaticism, and a tnong the deluded followers, are twenty or thirty families residing in Chester County. The most frightful crimes have been committed by some of these madmen. But it is hoped that tho conviction and imprisonment of three or four, wHl rouse the others from the delusion. Hie details as given on the trials, are alto gether unfit for publication. One of the wo men who has been convicted, named William son, is believed to be the same female who a year or two ago, attempted to preach in the Streets of Philadelphia, and was committed once or twice for vagrancy. Gates has not yet been vrrested, but it is hoped that he will be, and also that he will be adequately punished. Phil. Museum. A bold robbery was committed at the Cleve Innd (Ohio) Post Office on the morning of the 3d...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 18 March 1843

j.j m. ji i II A,K IV O T U MS T. rEXSII.YAXIi. The fallowing list shows the current value of (II Pennsylvania Bank Notes. The most implicit re liance may be placed upon it, as it Uerrry week carefully com pore J with at d corrected from Bick mil's Reporter. Hanks lit Philadelphia. ' Disc, tn ilr; lOCATIOK. I'm lad. pur : par pur . par . par : par par . pur pnr psi par NOTES AT TAR. Bank of North America Bank of tlio Northern Libertios - . -Commercial Bank of Peiifi's. . Furirers' and Mechanics' Bank ' . KensiiiRton Bank . . Philadelphia Dank Hchuvlkill Hank . . Southwurk Bnnk Western Hunk . . Mechanics' Bank Manufacturers' ft, Mechanics' Bank Country HaiiltM M ink nf Chester County Hank of Deluware County Bank of (Jermantown Bank of Montgomery Co. Doylcktown Bank Ration I)nk 'turners' Bank of Bucks co. Office of Bank of Penn'a. Oifico do do Oflii-o do do Office d- do Westchester par par par pur pur par Chester (lermantown Norristown Doylostown Fusion Bristol par Harrisburg" These L...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 25 March 1843

SUNMIKY AMERICAN. AND SIIAMOKIN JOUKNAL; PRICES OF ADVKKTIS1NU. I square t insertion, 1 do t do . . I do 3 dj - - . Ev.)ry subsequent iniertien, . $n Art . 0 75 1 00 . 0 35 Office in Court Alky, in the rear of II D. Mat ter' Store.) - THE" AMERICAN" is published tyety Satur day at TWO UOLI.AK3 per annum lo be paiJ half yearly in advance. lS'o paper disconlin ued till all arrearages ate paid. No subscriptions received for a loaa period than six mouths. All communication or Idlers on business relating lo the office, to insure attention, must he POST PAID. ' . Yearly Advertisements: oris column, 1.45 i half column, f.18, three squares, 1S ; twosrpiarcs, f 9 j one square, 95. Half-yearly!- one column, f 18 1 half column, f 13 ( three squares, J8 J two squares, $.; one siiuare, $3 fn. Absolute acquiescence in the decisions of the majority, the vital principle of Republics, from which there is no app al but lo force, the vital principle and iinmcdia'o parent of despotism. Jsrrsaaott. Adve...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 25 March 1843

Catholicism ta Bnref-eKBglenel. Ve 53 The following If an extract of letter from President Dcraiv, of Dickenson College, to Dr. ?f wtn, of Washington, published in the Nations! Intelligencer. President Ddrbin i now travelling in Europe. Ite bii written to hi friands t num ber of interesting letters upon various topics, full of ileep research. end philosophic observation. His lri of the Catholic religion, at an institution conformable to monarchical governments, are fully illustrated by the facts staled in thi teller r "I have carefully rtudied the Catholic religion, both as system of faith considered in iuelf, and as an external institution acting upon society as such, snJ forming an integral and necessary purl of the Government in Catholic countries. I have no doubt no intelligent Protestant in Europe can Jitubt but that Catholicism is gradually regaining its ground in Europe, under the direct or indirect patronage of most of the monarchies, because they fin J it s very convenient ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 25 March 1843

"-"J "f"" irur WB TIIU RIDDLBR. Jxnrznrxx.B department. Original and Selected.) Anawer to Chsrade of Isst week. Matrxm aticks. (Matthew-Mattocki.) Answer to Conundrums. t. Because they have already pulled off (he firs. 3. Hit 8on. (Answer to Puxzte, next week.) Answers to the Chsrsdes from the SaturJay Muse urn of last week. 1. S VOW-BALL. 2. HlAT-HtW. Answer to Enigma, from the Saturday Museum. Bab. Answer to Conundrums from the Saturday Museum. 1. A cat out of a hole 3. In Noah's ark. 3. It is not fair. ENIGMAS. I. I am composed of twenty tetters. My 6, 18, 15 is a place of rest. My 12, 1H, 7, 15 is to plant. My 5, 19, 2, 7, 17 is a beverage. My 1, 10, 8 is applied to gentlemen. My 18, 15, 5, 4, 8, 15 is a gentleman's name. My 20, 10, 12, 1 is an unmarried lady. My 5, 19, 9 ij a great evil. My 10, 4, 17, 2 is a vehicle. My 16, 19 9, 2, 19, 3 is a wagoner. My whole is a most delicious desert. II. I am composed of twenty-four letters. My 10, 19, 5, 15, 8, 14, 21, 3 is elevated. My 2...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 25 March 1843

UAftli SOTi; LIST. rrvxsi LVAM . , ' ' Tbe following list shows the current value of nil :Vinivlvnni Bank N.rte. The mwt implicit re dance may lie placed upon it, ( it is erery u-rik lanfuMy cotflparcJ with ni J corrected troiii Bhk nell' Reporter." ' ... v ' . ISnnk In IMillnilrlplilit. : Nau,..: ; - Location. un. ; NOTES AT TAR. Bank of North America Uank of tlta Northern Libprtiea Commercial Bank of Penn'. Farmer' anil Mechanic' Bank KcnsitiEton Uank Philadelphia Dank S.hut Ikill Rank ... Nonlhwark Bank . , Western Bank ' . Mechanic' Bank . , Manufacturer' & Mechanic' Dank Country Haulm. par par pur par pnr par par pur par par par Hnnk of Cheater County Hank of Delaware County Bank of Oormantown Bank of Montgomery Co. Doylestown Hank . Fastnn Hnnk W patch ester Chester (Jprmantown Norristonn Doylestown Easton Farmers' Bunk of Buck co. Hristol par pur par par pur pur pir Thcc do not issue n. Office of Hank of Per.n'a, Oir.ce do do Offire do do Utlice Jo ' do NOTES AT Rank of t...

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