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

TERMS OF THE AMEllCIAX." H. D. MASSETl, " 1 S" PtiauaHaas asb . JOSEPH EISELY. S Paornirroaf. i . H. TI.1SSHII, Editor, ... Pfice in CYmre Alley, in the rear of If. B. Mas- i - ' rr' Stirt. THE" AMERICAN" i published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum lo be puid half yeirly irt aJvance. INo paper Jiscontin. ued till all a i res rage are paid. No subscription received for less eriod than mi mosths. All communications or letters on busincsa relating to thx ..like, to insure attention, niuat be POST PAID. SOTBUII AMERICAN. " ' , . , . " , AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL; PltlCKS OF ADVERTISIS". t square t insertion, ' . f 0 50 I do 2 do . " . . . ' 0 75 1 do 3 d.t . I m .Every subsequent inKcrii. n, 0 2-1 Yearly Advertisements: on column, f 35 Imlf column, $18, three squares, f 12 ; two square, f 9 $ ono square, $5. Half-yearly one column, f IS I half column, $13 t three square, $3 ( two squarca, $5 one square, $9 50. . Advertisements left without directions aa to ihe lenrjth of time they 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. — 1 April 1843

'I J. I 111 .1 lUXL-XlMLJU-'l 'II' II thlng I't Wster, thai t may be wholly covered. Ami al'ho'dgh it in almost wholly abolished, (for they do itit dip (he whole children, but only pour lit tic wster on them,) ihey cughl nevertheless to be wholly immersed, and then immediately drawn out t for that the etymology of the word seems ts de mand," '-The German ctll biptiara tauff, from depth, which in their language ihey oil tie, because it i prop' that tboe who ' baptised bo deeply immersed." A 3d argument, thit dipping Wiethe ectlon per formed, it derived from the places where, tod the circumstances connected with tho administration of the ordinance. Let ua here look it the baptism of Jesus Chris', en account of which you will find in Mitlhew 3, Msik I, Luke 3 end John 1. Here tr.u re Jesus the eon of Ond the Lord from Heiven the Judge of the last day the greet ruler of life and silvalion, going "from Galilee to Jordan onto John, to be baptiied of hlru." If the Saviour'i taking long Jou...

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. — 1 April 1843

THE RIDDTiGR, XmrjOltttsU DEPARTMENT. Answers to Enigma of la-il week. I. 8trawbeT'b's nJ cream, 3. Sunbury Temperance Society. ENIGMAS. T. I m composed of fifteen le'ters. My 5,3. 13, J. It, i a lady's nsme. My 13. 4. 3, IS, it gentleman's nsme. My 15, 9, 3, f. ! to I out of humor. My 13,7, 8, i n aricle of drew. My I S. S, 1 1 , produce hsat . My 6. 11,9, 10, in colli. My 13,1, 14, 11,8, in christian. My 3, 14, II, will intoxicate. My 5, 15,9, 9,11, it used at dinner. My 13, 9, 7, 15, it lo moke clean. My whole, contains numtier of inhabitant. If. I im composed of four'ecn letter. My 1 3, 9, 7, 5, is men ure. My 10, 9, 3, 14, is number. My 13. 6, 10, in ueJ in cooking. My 1, 6, 8, it an animal. My 8,6,13, 14, Is w wen. My 6, 10, 3, 6, it a lady's name. My 13, 6. 9, 3,8, is lo colour. My 11, 3. 9, 2. 7, is a vegetable. My 1, 1 1, 6, 5, it to lxi worn. My whole, is city in Europe. CHARADE. My first is a term by surveyors oft used. As writ ashy those who traverse the ocean ; My secon...

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. — 1 April 1843

IIAKK AiOTU LIST. Tlii" fallowing list shows the currant value of sll Pennsylvania Dank Notes. The mnt implicit re Ihinre mny I placed npon it, as it i 'rrry wet k rsrrfuily compared with and corrected from Bick nell'a Reporter. Hanks In riillndrlpliln. Namf; Locatio. IIC. tt rniLAii. par par par t par . par ; p.ir par . par par pat par NOTES AT r An. Ratik rf North America . Bank of the .Northern Liberties . Conimcrciru' Bunk of Penn'a. Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank . . Kensington Bank a Philadelphia Bank Schuylkill Bank Snuthwark Bank - . Western Bank . Mechanics' Batik . Manufacturers' cfc Mechanics' Bunk Country CuitkN. Bank of Chester County Westchester par Batik of Delaware County. B.ink of (iermantown Bank of Montuomery Co. Dnylestnwn Bank RaBion Bank Farmers' Bank of Burks co. Office of Bank of Penn'a. Oflice do . do Office do do Office do do Chester pur Uermantown par Norristown 1'"' Doylestown par Easton par Bristol par Harrisburg These Lancaster I nflices Reading do not Ea...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 8 April 1843

SUNBOTY AMERICAN, AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL; PRICES OF AI EltTLSllVJ. I squars I insertion, $0 50 1 do i do .0 75 I do 3 d I 00 Every auhcequent Inacrth n, 0 M Yearly Adverliaement: nnt column, $35 j hlf column, f 18, three square, $13 ; two square, f 9 one square, $". Half-yearly t one column, fit J half column, $13 ( three tqiiarra, $ 8 ( two squares, $5; one aquare, $3 50. Advertisement led without direction ai to th length of time they are to be published, will ha continued until ordered out, and charged accord inRly. ("Sixteen line make aquare. .. " i . !, JJ 1UI1 Office in Centre Alley, in the rear of II. H. Mas ter's Store. THE" AMEUIOA.V in published every Satur day at TWO DOM.AK4 per annum lo be piiil half yearly in aJvnnie. No paper discontin ued till all aireaiugea aie paid. No subscriptions received for a les period than six momtiis. All communications or letter on business relating to the i.lficc, to insure attention, rnunt he POST 1'AIU. Abf olnto acquiescence in the decis...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 8 April 1843

ton Tit AKtftlCA. 1TATEU AID WAR. Ml. Enrrnn i Though I think it undviable to open the column of secular paper to religious polemic ( yet, you hsve certainly evowed an Im partial spirit, in consenting to hear both ldes, and, thererore, the disputant will, doubtle, make ih. lr bow to you for your courteousnen and juilce. Bo far the Baptist hae bid the advange in word, end eeems determined to go over the whole ground on hie aide of the question. Beit to. Bui equal juatice require (hat the othif aide ehall, alio, be fully heard. A the learned Jew of Sunbnry threw down the glove, and the accomplished. Jurist and Divine of Berwick not upon Tweed, but In t veiitahle neighboring county ha taken it op, end engaged in the conflict, it would not 1 proper, for the pre eent at leaet, for third person to interfere wi h the theological heroc. It might not, however, te ami-a that each of them should be attended by his Squire, as in the days of chivalry, with the added duty, that, if either of the ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 8 April 1843

if I would witch (he trunk, and not let them go without Riving the information, h wnuld pay ma any tmnunt he eild I'm not of age myself; hut I'll pledge my word to you it shall be complied with; I told him no pay would he required to go to B'oodgocd 'e.gcl night rest, and leave the trunke to me ; after good deal nf persuasion, by the aid of hia friends, and after exacting a pledge of me re peatedly, I got him into a cab and down to Blood, good's ; I taw no more of him till I saw him here yesterday I waa federal limes near enough to take his breath J not the alightest appearance of liquor bout him. Cross Examined. Davis, the watchman, came and (old me there was a young man In 6th at. act Ing in such manner thai he did not know what to make of it (detailed his conversation with Davis ;) I was in I ed at my stat on house when Davi came for me. ran rut AarcAW. Thoughts on Lore. There are many kinds of love, and the passion, whether it he called love, friendship, gratitude, or eiileem, s...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 8 April 1843

OTE LIST. rOXSVLVAMi. The following list show the curr. nl value of H Pennsylvania Bank Nirtct. The linwt Implicit rc finiire may b placed upon It, it is irery week Btefitlly compared with at d correc'ed from Bivk CcH'e Reporter. Hanks lit Plillndc-Iphln. , DiiC i ftiMI. LoCATtOS. PultAU. NOTES AT PAR. Rank of North America Bank of the Northern Liberties Commercial Dunk of Penn'. . FBrrret' and Mechanic' Batik par pr par par pur p.ir par par par pit par Kensington Bank rhiliidelpbia Bank . Sihuy (kill Dunk . . Soiithwark Bank . Western Bank . Mechanic' Bank . . Manufacturers' & Mechanics' Bunk Conn! r j Ilnnlts. Dink nf Cheater County Westchester par Bank of Delaware County Dik of Ccrmantown Rank of Montgomery Co. Doylojtown Bank E ;lon Bank Farmers' Bank of Buck co. OiTice vf Biink of Pcnn'a. Office do do Office do do Office do do Chester par Germantown pr.r Norris'own pai Doylestown pur Huston par Bristol ..r Harrishurg"! Tlie-e Lancaster I olficcs Beading f du not Easton J is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 April 1843

1X1018 OF TIIIJ " AMKRC'IAX." H. B. MASSKR, Piumkhshii ab JOSEPH EISEI.Y. S Paiirairross. . a. mIMSSEN, Editor, I Office in Cinti-e Allen. " r"'r " 11 lt' er'$ Shirt. THE" AMEKIUAV fiublUhJ every Satur day at TWO bOI.I.AUd or annum to bp paid hnlf ye..rly in advance. iNd paper iliscuuiin ucil till iLt arrearage are paid. No subscription receive.il for lc period than six month. All communication or letleta on busite' relating to the. office, to iimure attention, must I POST PAID. Til Coireleu fonplei Jenny is prwir, unci I am poor, Yet we will wed no say no more ; And should the bairns yon mention come, A few thnt marry hut have some, No i1milt 1'iit hp:v'n will stnnd our friend, And lircnd h welt a rhihtren send. Ho fires the hin. in firmi'r'a vard, To live alone she fim'ii it h:iri! ; I'vp kn'iwn her w nry cv'ry cl In search of rorn nmonct the s'rawr ; ltnl when in qte t nf nicer fo.l, Hie clocks nmnneal li-r cliirjiinc liroml ; With j..y I've seen that self imc hen Thnt scra'clt'd...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 April 1843

rna thi amiricas. . - Thr Coldra Age of Ihc Pertj, 11) first period of man's existence ws celebrated and fling, by ihe Grecian mil Roman Toe', as the gulden Age; an era when virtue reigned nnr.inh, lid sublunary bliss was in its meridian splendor. The earth was then mantled in beauty. Forests nJ groves were clad with foliage, which retained id verdent hue, through autumn anJ winter, ef foiding eensitions of such deep delight a nature only gives, clothed In her garb of loveliness. At this age, mankind knew neither malice nor guile. Innocence and moral goodness found a congenial homo in every breast. "Poetry spoke in harmo nious numbers, not to vsnish evil deeds, but to praise the virtuous snd celebrate the friends of hu- msn kind. This was the poet's office. The in spired train enjoyed the highest honors ; they held commerce with the Gods; they partook of the am brosial feast ; they were at once the interpreters snd messengers of the Supreme command." They held nerfect swat, not onlf...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 April 1843

after the deah of Col. Burr several documents were founJ in his posse-sion feinting to thin rotate, by which, plaintiff seem likely to rcslise n Immense um of money, Among the papers was one from Mt. Townsrnd, in which he agreed to re-convey the property in Broome street to Mrs. Eden, in the vent of her being successful in the Court of Er rors also proof that Co'. B. received an annuity of f 400 per annum Muring h: life, which, it in con tended, waa in consideration of hit suppressing the documents, and agreeing to the fraudulent transfer. The Church paid J 1 0,000 in essh to Mr. Robinson, and gave bond and mortgage for the remainder, the money on which, we understand , he haa realised. The Society holda warrantee deed from him, which they can recover, if he is a Mo to meet it, ao fur at the land in concerned. The Church itself, of course, it involved aim) in the te tult. The case will be continued this aAernoon. Acquittal of Mercer. We learn from the papers that the Jury in the cas...

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. — 15 April 1843

MA UK NOTE LIST. FEXN81XTAXI.4. The fallowing list showa trie current value of nil Pennsylvania Bank Notes. The most implicit re liance may I placed Ukiii U, as It Is f very week csi fully compared with ai d corrected from B'nk Hell's Reporter. Bnnka In Philadelphia. . Disc, i NaMS. LoCAT.O. rHltAp NOTES AT PAH. Par. nf North America , tank of the Northern Liberties Commercial Bunk of PennV . Farmers' and Mechanic' Bank Krnsintrton Bank Philadelphia Bank . Prhuytkill Bunk . . Sraithwark Bank . Western Bank Mechanics' Bank . Manufacturers' & Mechanic' Bank Count rr Itanlift, Unnk nf Chester County Hank nf Delaware County Bank of Gcrmantowii Bank of Monitromery Co. Do) lestnw n Bank Easlon Bank Farmera' Bank of Burka co. Office ofBankof Pcnn'a. Office Jo do Office do do Office do do NOTES AT Bank of the United States Bank of Pcnn Township Girard Bank i Moyamensing Bank Bank nf Pennsylvania Miner' Bank of Poltsville Bank nf Lewistown Bank of Middlctown Bank of Northumberland par pa...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 April 1843

V f L". M- m man . Ttnais or tiik AMunci.ix." H. H. MAMS Kit, 1 ruaiisnitn ikn JOSEPH ElriEI.Y. S Pnuhiitoh. J. It. ,n1SSEIt, Editor. Ojjict in Ctnive fVfy. in the rear of II. B. Mas- utr's Slort. Til 13" AMKKIOAV i publialicd every falur day nt TWO liOI.I.AKS per annum to be pjiJ half yearly in advance. No paper disiuiitin. uol till all araraR-s arc paid. No subscriptions received for a less periitj linn an month!. All coinmiinicattona or li'ttem on business relating to tin- i.H'hc, to insure attention, must be rOST PAID. From the Tribune. MAX. Behold Mm settled on the earth, Or vacant o'er its ho-nm ravine i The strnnerat thine, that e'er had birth 811 mnclly fn-rce, so cently loving ! Now like a apr'na-hird in ilie woods. In hi ancestrnl groves he nt'e ; Now p'mighs the wild a il entry finuds. Or with the msr:nir lempett rcl. . lie reams, in nes, from door t i do v, With out-lir'rhfd hand iniiilmiiig J i t T ; Or s'un1 upon hi pn'are fl-mr, The lord of h m'et ami of city. lie vit...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 April 1843

fMllngTi.l.rHtwwilhEmmH. . MrLncholy Indeed. The reader probably knows that Air. Emmet The Pi-Kin, 111. Palladium of ihe 27th ult. was n celebrated lawyer and statesman in Ire- J record the following : lain), ntid that lie was unfortunately betrayed j We aru just informed of a melancholy acci by his enemies, in an attempt to emancipate ! dent which took place on one of the prsrira Lis countrymen Irom tyranny and oppression j in t!ie w estern pirt of tho State. A family of Uo was therefore convicted of the crime trea- emigrants, cloven in number, whilo on their on, and sentenced to be executed. His speech before hie judges and accusers is considered uui.st pointed and eloquent. The evening before his death, while the work men were busy with the scaffold, a young lady was n.-hcrcd into the dungeon. It was the girl whiim he so fondly loved, and who had now ft II la list come to uiu mm larcweii, eternal tarewuiJ. lie i way to Iova, were froten to death in their j wagon. ' The lrors-c st...

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. — 22 April 1843

General Armnlrnng. ' The editor of the New York Comme rri il Advor. lisei ijivcs has'y biographical sketch of the late General John Armstrong, who dirJ a few days ince near the city of Now York. Grn. A. wa a native nf Pennsylvania. He was n officer in the Revolutionary Atmy, and waa tn AiJ to General Mercer. He fiit t1itinguihol himself hy the ntliomhip of the famous "Newbtirg Letters," which, as the army wm about to he dis solved without payment to the officer, called upon the whole to holJ themselves together n n army, and demand payment of Congress. It will le recollected thnl the first of those li tters caused Washington great uneasiness. It rallied a atftim which was not to he met at once. He there, fore alluded to the letter, and the proposition, in his next general order. Another letter came with in creased severity. Washington addressed the offi cers, and they limited their action to a respectful application to Congres. The Commercial adds the following : In this connection ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 April 1843

L 1ST. Tba fillcTing liict show th corn nt value if r.l Pi-crpylvRtiU Bunk Note. The tn-t im pile t v tance rm.y I c p!rxctl upon it, it I'etffVK"' trv.fiily eoTni'Rrcd vx hii u J carreer J fiom "1 N bcil't Repor'rr. l?nr.::9 la rid!!clrWs. - ... , r'c t .!!. I.OCATIOT. rKii.n. NOTES at pap. PsriV of North America . Prink if tho Northern l.heit . CinniiPrcinl Bank of Pcnn'a. . IVmera' find Mechanic' BarA . Kpii .Irgtnn Bank PI 1'nd, Iphia Bank S.-lmyikill Hank P.mtbwark Ptu.k . V s'prn Bar.k . Vri-hmiicV Honk . . MuM.inOtnwt' A Mivliar.lo I'mA" pit . I nr ( r , j'.r . par p H itt n:r f r pro Conntrjr l?u;!s. Honh of t lister County Bunk of Delnvrnro County Rank of (irrmnntown Pati. of MoritRomrrj Cc P ay lesion, n Bunk Esm'oii Bark Wrstrhtsicr Cheater t!f rmnplown N'mru'onn Pnyli ctown E?iion I' ' Pernors' Bunk nf BL'ik co OfHcji cf L mk of Friin'a. f "7ira do do I'fTro Jo l'o Cilice dl Jo Bibtol p-.r Hirishurfi" The Lal.CliB'tr I ofT.ers fielding fjo rot Easlon J Hsuc li DISCOUNT. ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 April 1843

Trims or tub "amkicciax." H. I). MAiSSER, i Puansmins ab JOSEPH EISEI.Y. S tl. It. .W..VSKf, Kdttor. Office in Centre Alky, in the rear vf U. D. Mat trr't Store. THE" AMERICAN" is published e very Satur day hi TWO DOLI.AKS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till am niTcaragcs are paid. No subscription received for a less period th in six mouths. All communications or Icttcra oti business relating to the olfii c, to insure attention, must i.e roar paid. Ym Southern Liferary Mrimtger. HOW TO COOK POTATOKS. WAi them clean nnd tske tl skin off, One water never is enntieh ; Take the eyes nnd nubbins thin olT, And every little spcik that's rough. Do not lot them lie in water, (So the nice observer say ) Not minu'e not a quarter, Thul will t'ikc the taste avny. When t'ie lire i 1iti'n;ncr brightly, An.l the water' hoilinc hot, Sprinkle table fall in liahllv. Then put the kidneys in the pot. EiuMcen minute ometimcs twenty, Cook' Ihern ni -etv to n turn ; Som...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 April 1843

From a lAverpool paper. The Cninctt Lumcrocs Effects of the ArrtABAScs of a Comst in 1712. In the year 1712, Mr. VVhis ton having calculated tlio return of a comet, which was to make ita appearance on Wednes day, the 14th of October, at five minutes after five in the morninjr, gave notice to the public accordingly, with this terrifying addition, that a total dissolution of the World by fire was to tattn place on the Friday following. The reputa tion Mr. WhiHton had long maintained in Eng land, both as a divine and a philosopher, left little or no doubt with the populace of the truth of his prediction. Several ludicrous events now took place. A number of persons in and about London seized all the barjes and boats they ceuld lay their hands on in tho Thames, very ra tionally concluding, that whon the conflagra tion took place, there would be the most safety on the water. A gentleman who had neg're ted family prayer for better than five years, in formed his wife that it was his determi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 April 1843

ry ft apposed Mnrrierer Arrested. Yesterday aflerneon man waa committed by Alderman Redman, In await the requisition of the Governor or Maryland, under circumstances that leave no doubt of hii being Adam Horn, the mur derer of hi wife, in Baltimore county, Md., the detail of which horrid tragedy were given in the papera of this city yeiterday morning. He waa r rested by officers Wolfe and Philips, at the ho tel of Mr. Zimmerman, In Letitia court, where he tame on Monday, and remained ever since, under tin assumed name. From the evid nee before the Alderman, it appears that on Wednesday he went a a scrivener wi'h the deed of tract of land, Ac, Vitus t on the Hanover road, Baltimore county, Md., which was conveyance by Andrew Gra. bier to Adam Horn, dated June II, 1842, and de Sired a deed of conveyance of said tract, made to John Storch, of Baljimoro county, Md. His re quest was complied with, when the scriviner took him to the office of Charles Gilpin, Eaqr, Com. missioner for the S...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 29 April 1843

LIST. rr.XXSYIVAMA. The f .Mowing list show the curn-nt vnlun of nil j Pennsylvania Bnnk Note'. Tlie mot implicit re- k i - I .. V r. uniice miy iw. pincea upon it, as It l-every nir rsrefully compared with ai J corrected from Biek ttA't Reporter. Hunks In riilladrlrklii. , DlSC. 1 NaMS. L0C4TICr. I'BlllII. NOTES AT PA IT. Bank of North America0 P"" think of the Northern Liberties . . par Commercial Bank of PennV . . pur Farmers' anil Mechanic! Hank . par Kensington n.ink par Philadelphia Bank . . . pn f?rhi Ikill Dank . . . par Snuthwark Hank . . . p Western Bonk . par Mechanics' Punk . . p't Mtinufacturors' & Mechanics' Bank pnr Country lSniiUR. Bank r.f C hester County Boi k of Delaware County Biiiik of Geirmnntown Bunk of Montgomery Co. Deiyletetown Bank Fusion Bank Fnrmere' Bank ofBucka co Office of Bnnk of Pci.n'a. Office elo do Office do do Oflice do do Wcatch cater pr p-.r j.;.r par pr pnr p,r Cheater (Jermantown Xoiristown Pojhitown Fusion Britol llarrishurf! These Iian...

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