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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 6 May 1843

ti:ioi.s of Tiin aii:rcia." II. n. MASSER, i Puai.isnr.ns as JOSEPH EI3EI.Y. S PnopRiKTonn. Jl. It. n.1SSEIl, Editor. Office In Centre .Wry, in The rear of If. It. Mas. ser's More. THE" AMERICAN" is published every Satur day at TWO LOLLAKS per annum to be paid half y o.irly in advance. No (taper disconlin tied till all arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a less period than six mouth.1. All communications or letter on -business relating to the ulfite, to insure attention, mrrst be POST PAID. 1. - - 1 -! - - The Search after Rtif When firt the dove, afar and wide. Skimmed the dirk waters o'er, To seik beyond the braving tide, A green and peaceful shore, No h-ary hough, nor life-like thing, Rose 'mid the dwelling wain The bne bird sought, with faltering wing, The hallowed ark ngiin. And rvcr thus man' heart ha'h triced A lone and weary round ; Cut iic r yet, 'mid earth' dark waste, A resting place has f und. The peace fur which bis spirit yearns Is ever soucht in vain, 'T...

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. — 6 May 1843

A Second Pocahontas, At the last session of Congress the following interesting communication wa received from the War Department and referred to the ap propriate Conunlttce who reported a hill, which wbb passed, granting n pension of eight dol lar month to Milly, the Indinn woman men tioned in the letter. WA8IUS9TOS, April 13, 1843. Sir : I have the honor to re port that, in my re cent visit to the Creek nation of Indians, I found a Creek woman named Willy, a daugh ter of the celebrated Prophet Francis, the Creek chief who waa executed by order of General Jachson in the Seminole war of 1317-19 ; and, believing that the circumstances of her history presented a case of very peculiar interest, I made it a point to obtain from herself a stnto mentofher conduct in 1819, when as public history Ins already recorded, she saved the life of an American citiren who was a prison er in the power of tome nf her tribe. Being in the vicinity of the Indian girl, near the mouth of the Verdigris river...

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. — 6 May 1843

The Dcftth f Mr. Jaaoti Rldgvvay'. Mr. Jacob Rtoo wat, vrho, since the decease of Stephen Oirard, has hern regarded at the wealthiest citicen of Philadelphia, departed thii life on Sunday morning tt II o'clock, at his residence in Chesnut elreet opposite Independence Hull, in the 75th year of hie age. lie hid Wn ill Tor some days, nd wa attended in his last houra by several of our most eminent physicians. Mr. Ridgway was V nocked down in the street a few weeks ago by a horse and vehicle, and was indisposed from the time of the accident. He wa a self-made man, and died worth, it is probable, about f 6,000,000 in property of varioua kinds, tn early life, Mr. Ridg way waa a ehip-Cariientr-r. He was subsequently American Consul at Antwerp, during a most criti cal period of the last European war. He also rr aided for some time at Paris, and then returned to this country, where, his health failing, he was recommended to visit the South. He did n, but experiencing tittle benefit, he arrive...

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. — 6 May 1843

HMIK , HA.Vh U'IT, LIST. n:xsixvALi. The following lint shows the current vein of nl1 Pennsylvania Dnnk N.itci. The mnt implicit re ' Banco may I ploccd upon it, a it every carefully Compare J with ai d cotrec'ed from Fi k bell's Reporter. Ifarks In riil!ndc!i)tlit. NMr. Location rmtri NOTES AT PAR. Rank of Ncrth America . . pr Bank of the Northern Liberties . pnr Commercial Pnnk of Perm's. . par Furnsra' and Mechanics' Batik . . par Kenrington Prink pnr Philadelphia Bank . . ; par Sehuilkill Dnnk . . p..r S.iulhwatk Dank . . pnr Western Hank . , . pnr Mechanics' Hank . . pi Manufacturer' & Mechanics' Bunk pnr Country llnnltN. Bank of Chester County Wrstchesler par Rank of Delaware County Chester par Bank of Clermantown Cicrmantown pnr Bank of Montgomery Co. Norristnwn pnr Doylestown Bank Doyhatown pnr Eason Dank I" anion per r srmere rank 01 BUcki CO. Lirl-tol p,r Vlhce of Bnnkcf Fenn a. Harrishurg Then' OfTee Jo do Lnncnater I offices Office ilo do Trailing f do pot Office do ...

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. — 13 May 1843

.TERMS OP THE " AMERCIAX." It. B. MA88ER, rosusBKna ahb JOSEPH E1SEI.Y. S Pajj-airroas. Ml. It. .riJtSSKIt, Editor. Office in Centre Alley, in the rear of II. II. Mas ser's Store. THE" AMERICAN" uTpublUncd every Satur day at TWO DOl.I.AItS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscription received fur a loss period than nix mouth. All communication or Ictiera on business relating to the office, to inaure attention, muii be POST PAID. SUNBURY AMERICAN. 1'ititM or a m i:immi. I srjitare I Insertion, ft) S(t 1 do S do 4 .0 7.1 I do 3 do t . t Oil Every subseqneht ItiserihiD, . D Ya.rlw A.tA,ltaJimnl ( rtttA f.rtltln.W iK t L.IF AND SHAMOKIN JOUANAL. column, $U, three square, $13 1 twonuare,f9 one square, s. iiau-yeany 1 one column, ? in half column, $lt ( three square, tS two stpinre, $3 one square, f-1 fin. Absolute acquiescence in the docisions of the majority, the vital principle of Republics, from which there I no appe...

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. — 13 May 1843

General Armstrong. I General AaM.TROKt. distinguished himself e Minister at Pari, but he lout nearly all hia credit by the loss of Washington City, when bo was -8 cretary of War,' where he was charged with tital neglect of meana to defend the Capital or (he N t on, even after ha had been earnestly solicited tn aupply the mean. That waa the end of General AaxsTito.io'a public career. V. S. Gazette. And it ought to have been the end of his pub lic career; or, rather, hia public career ought to have ended many year before. The dis grace that the whole Nation suffered on account of the capture of Washington City by small body of British troops, not exceeding three or four thousand, can never be entirely effaced. Well haa it been observed, by the Editor of the United States Gazette, that Gen. Akmstrono "was charged with total neglect of ineens to defend the Capital of the Nation, even after he had been earnestly solicited to supply those means." The writer of this article (now the Senior...

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. — 13 May 1843

TKXAS. The New-Orleane Bee, in an editorial article, contains information of some Important projnete concerning T which il esye it ha received from good authority. The substance of it it that in conscqnence of the exceedingly depressed state of the country, designs ere entertained by many of lier most influen'ial mm, nf converting Texas into free Slate, by the gradual abolition of 8lavcry. The serioua fall in the value of Cotton ia laid to have rendered ita culture unprofitable t emigration to Weatern Texes haa nearly ceased, and it it urg ed with great force that the meaaure proposed would at once enliat in favor of Tot a many of the Northern presses nf the Union, and the Enghb generally, and thu induce emigration to great extent. Thia it ia thought will enhance the value of the landa sufficient'y to recompense them far the talue of the Slave. The Bee aaye that the pro ject haa Wn entertained of selling Texaa to Eng land, hut it waa abandoned from the belief that the fear of diffic...

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 May 1843

1UKH KOTU LIST. rUVVSlXTAMA. The following list show, the current n1ttr of sll Penn) Irani. Dank Note.. The most Implicit re lisnce may be placed upon it, e it l ever) week carefully compared with at J corrected from Bik Ocll'a Reporter. ItnnUn In Plillntlrlpliln. Kami. Location. NOTES AT TAB. Bank of North America . Bank of the Northern Liberties . Commercial Hank of Fenn'a. . Fanrera' and Mechanic' Dank . Kensington Bank Philadelphia Bank Schuylkill Dank . Snuthwark Dank . Western Dank Mechanics' Dank " . Manufacturers' & Mechanic' Dunk IMSC. 1SJ I'HILAII. pnr par pnr nr pur pnr pnr par par !" par Country Hanks. Dunk of Cheater County Westchester par Dank of Delaware County Chewier pnr Dank of Germantown Germantown pnr Hank of Montgomery Co. Norristown par Doylcstown Dank Doylcstown pur Easton Dank " Easton pnr Farmer' Dank of Back CO. Bristol par Office of Dank of Per.n'e. Harrisburg These Office do do , I.ancnater I ofliecs Office do do Heading f do not Office do do Easton J...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 May 1843

TERMS OF THE " A9IERCIAN." H. D. MASSER, ? Pcstiasiica as JOSEPH EISEI.Y. 1 1 PROMIIRTOkt. . It. V.1SSKlt, KiHfr. Office. In Centre Alley, in tie rear of . ll. Mas ser's Stare.) TUB A MB RIO A N" I. pubiihrd every Satur day it TWO LOLI.AI5 per annum lo be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all airraragrs art) paid. No subscription received for le period than i moxth. All communication or Icliei on busines relating to the olBce, to insure attuniion, muatbe POST PAID. SU'NBUMY AMERICAN. iRici:sor AnTr.nTlsiSQ. I square 1 Insertion, . ffl 50 t do S do , 0 15 1 da 9 dj . . 1 00 Evry subsequent Insertion, 0 2! Yearly Advertisement: one column, f3S half column, $18, three aqnare. f.I3 two squares, f9 ; one square, $.r. Half-yearly I one colamn, f IB ; half column, $12 t three square, $fl ( two squares, $.1; one square, $3 f0. Advertisements left without directions s to the length of time they ire to he published, will ha continued until ordered out, and charged accor...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 May 1843

Mnrdr eft tie tit f Traders. The St. Louis New Era of Saturday week, fives the particular of thn trrestat Indepen dence of t man named William Mason, who confessed himself to be one of the onndits who recently rnurJereil Charvis, a Mexican trapper, and other Santa Fe traders. - "Antonio Jose Davi Charvis, a citiaon of New Mexico, started about four week ago, from Santa Fe for this 9tate, accompHiiiptl by twenty men.-He had with him a large sum of money, on.l took two wagons with a number of rmi!es. During his journey fifteen of his men deserted bim, rind returned to Santa Fe, owing to the so terity of the weather. According to the con fession of Mason, Charvis reached the Little Arkansas, about 240 miles from Independence, having with him five servants. His party whs then assailed and plundered, Charvis being shot b) McDanicl and Mason, to whom that task was assigned by lot. Mason says the servants were driven back, to Mexico, and that $32,0110 were obtained in gold and silver. The ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 May 1843

From the Philadelphia Inquirer. The Return and Arrrtt af Shlrtman-1lla )try. Jacob Shipman, lli absconding messenger, who aeveral week 'nca ran away from ihiaciiy wiih B large amount of money belonging lo New York er and PhiMclpVtan. returned home yesterday morning at 3 o'clock. IT wan unaccompanied by any officer, the parson who raptured him bavins wet him free immediately on obtaining the money lliey found In hlspnaseasiun. On arriving In Phila delphia, ha went home to bit wife and family, but appeared in the etreet early yesterday morning anil trailed on neveral ofthe broker. Ha my that be Tore lie ataried on hl run away trip, he met with lone, amounting in alt to about $18,000. He m behind hand indeed, $ R00, aa long ago a 1939, and bia ease lia been gelling worse ever since. Latterly he bought lottery tirkrta in order to recover himself, but thia only made the matter worse. He refuse to tell the manner by which hi original toes occurred, and aiyi he will persist in thia refusal...

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. — 20 May 1843

II A IV K NOTE LIST. j rCXXSTLTAMA. The following lift thowt the cumnt value of nil Pennsvlvania Dsnk Notea. The most Implicit re liance may I placed upon it, a ii Utvcrywrek Carefully compared with ai d corrected from HI. k DtU't Reporter. Ranki In riillnticlphtn. , Disc, m Nb. Location rMlAii N0TE8 AT PAR. Brink of North America . . par Bank of the Northern Liberties . , jar Commercial Hank of Pcnn'a. . par Farmers' and Mecbanica' Dank . . par Kensington Dank par . riiilailt'lhia Dank . . pnr Schuylkill Dank . pnr Southwark Dank . . pnr Western Dank . par Mechanics' Dank . . p.n Manufacturers' & Mechanics' Dank par Country jHaith. Dunk of Chester County Westchester pnr Rank of Delaware County Chester pnr Hank of Germantown Uermantown par Bank nf Montgomery Co. Notristown par Doylestown Bank Doylr atown par Eas'on Dank Easton pur Farmera' Dank of Circle co Bristol .r,r OfHre of Bank of Pcnn'a. Hrriaburg- Thee OtTre do do Lancaster I offices Office do do Beading f do not OlHco d...

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. — 27 May 1843

TERMS OF THE " AIERIC.1" H. B. MAS8ER, PvauMKim in JOSEPH E13EI.Y. Panrairroas. it. itJlAsSKIt' Editor. t OJJict in Centre AUey, in the rear if 11. B. Mas ter's Sliire.) THE" AMKRIOAN ia published eVety Satur day at TWO U0I.LAK3 per annum to be paid halfye.irly in advance. No paper discontin ued till a tL arrearages are paid. Noaubecriptiona receive J for a lea period than Bic mortis. All coininuriicationa or letters on business relating to the oirice, to imure attention, whim be POST PAID. TROIMIHT T BairK. Va fair married dnmea, who an often deplore Thit a lover once blest is a lover no more. Attend to my counel, nor hluh lobe taught That prudence must cherish what heauty hai caught Uae the man whom you wed like your fav'rita gui tar ; Though there's mu-oc in !oth, they're hoth apt to j ir. How luniTuI and aolt from a delica'e touch ! Nut played on ton roughly, nor handled too much. The linnet and aparrow that feed frrm your hand, Urow fund by your kindness, and come at com mand ;...

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. — 27 May 1843

Tire stati: rniNTr.n. Ojilntnu" of the Attorney General. ATTOSt OsvKl.'s O'rtCS. Philadelphia, A.'rry Blh. 1843. 5 CfiiRLti M'Ctcai, Ee... Secretary of th Commonwealth Dear 8ir t I hail the honor 10 teccire yours ofthe 36th ultimo In due lime, sub mitting for my consideration the question, who llirr the election of I. (1. M'Kinley m State Printer, to do the Engli-h printing, on ihe Inh day of April, was soeh a at(J election, under the Act of the 24ih March latt, entitled "An Act I create permanently the office of State Prlntor," a till Jotifjr tie Approval of hia bond by the Go. vernor, preparatory to trie entering on the Julie uf hit nlfjce t Aa the answer ta thi que.tion In volves the legality of a solemn act, performed by the Joint concurrence of the members of the two Houses of the Legislature, I hare given It the most careful examination, anJ hare allied at a conclusion upon what appear, lo my mind, to bo the most clear and solid legal gtounde. j The first section of the Act pr...

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. — 27 May 1843

T II I) 11 1 1 D L i: IC . atrvENitn d ep ahtment. Answer 10 Enigma of last week. Sn.vrn ErorD Gkkamvm. GEOGRAPHICAL ENIGMA. I am composed of sixteen li tiers. My 3. 10, II. 15, is one of l lie IT, Statce. My 0, 3. 12, IS, 4, 8. in town in Mexico, My S, 12, 16, ii cape on the coot of America. My 2, 4, 1 1, 6, Ii lake in ihe V. States, My 3, 14, 9, 6, 15. it county in New York. My 3, 4, 8. 12, 5, 2, it a county in Virginia. My 1, 4, H, 12, 14. Is a county in Indium. My 12,2, 13, 4, 15, it a river in South Ameiica. My 10, 3,4, 12, in cape on the const of 3. Amcr. My whole, was President of the U. Statu. The Warren County Boar J of Freeholder have offered an additional reward of $500, making now aum of $ 1,800, for the detection of the murder era of the Caatner family. The recent rumora of fieah arres'a are premature, .n .1 it it i e u , On Tuesday but, by the Rev. Win. R. Smith, Mr. Jam IaEiaan, of Chilisqunque, to Mies Lnrraa Wiimxr, uf this place. On Tuesday the Iflih in-i., hy Jnme...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 May 1843

HANK NOTE LIST. rEXXSlXVAMA. Tho following list shows the current value of all Pennsylvania Bunk Note. The most implicit re limice may be placed upon it, in it U eiery week carefully compared with ai d corrected from Bii k Bell's Reporter. ' Hanks In Plillndelpliln. . line, in Nai. Location. pHitiii. NOTES AT PAS, Rank, of North America . Bnnk of the Northern Liberties Commercial Bank of Pern's. . Parirera' and Mechanic' Bank . Kensington Bank Philadelphia Bank . Schuylkill Bank Souttiwark Bank . , Western Bnnk . Mechanics' Bank Manufacturer' A Mechanics' Dnnk Country nniikn. pnr par pur pur pHr par pnr pnr pur pnl par Hnnk of Chester County Bank of Delaware County Bank of Germantown Bank of Montgomery Co. Doylcstown Bank Easton Bank Westchester par pur pfir pnr piir pnr Chester Gcrmnntown Norristown Dnylestown Easton Farmers' Bank of Bucks co. Olire of Bank of Terin'. Office do do Office do do Office do do Bristol par Harrishuig These Lancaster I office Reading jdo not Easton J iss...

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. — 3 June 1843

rsn tcums or tiii: amehicax." H. U. MASSER, 3 PKUKnutnt JOSEPH ElSJiLY. $ I'HorniBTOH. It. It. .H.lSSKtt, Editor. OJict in Ctnlrt Alley, in the rear of II. B. Mus ter' Store.) THE" AMKKIOA.V is published every Satur day t TWO DOI.I.AK'S per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. An paper dmcunii li ned till all airearsgcs me pftiil. IN'o subscriptions received for A less period th.n six mostm. All communications or Idler on business reJating to the ollicc, to insure attention, mum he POST PAID. SULL. , t . - From Bcntley'i Miscellany. THIS WOULD OP Ot'ltSi y w. a. j. mark.. Thin worll of ours, if free from sin, Oh ! would it not he fair ! Sunshine above, and flowers beneath. Anil beauty everywhere f The sir, the earth, the waters teem With livinfl things at pliv : Glail Nature from .in hundred throats Tours her rejoicing lay. Esrh halmy hreexe that wanders hy, Whispers soma onRel tone ; And the rle.r f.mntiin have a voice Of mu'ie all their own ; Even the leaves of the fniest tree...

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. — 3 June 1843

General Jr.ct.aon. The following ia on extract nf a letter from tlie Editor of tlio Globe, recently on a visit tn tht Hermitage :-We found llic venerable pv (riot in mnch better health than I expected. He was out on & littlo excursion in In carriage, on nur arrival j and when he returned, he pave n Welcome as affectionate as he could have given a long-absent son. To-day wo went to church together, where the sacrament wan administer ed, lie was the first to lead the way to the ta ble, to which ho waa followed by a multitude of young men and women. I i!id not nee a single gray head at the communion but his own venerable, bleached, and bowed one. The preacher who made the sermon waa a bny, ns lie told me. ol twenty ; and the minister who offi ciated in the rites, (Mr. Ijtpsley,) did nt ser-m to be more than twenty-five years old. There was a full church, and a greater num ber of little children in the powsthan I evrrFaw in a church before; yet there was the most pro found quiet and...

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

-JlJf .l.'.a-aii The Ruling Paaaloni Cesser folded hit robe around him, anil fell with dignity even at the base of Pompey's Stat no." John Adams J if J on (ha 4th of July, 1820. the fiftieth Anniversary of American Independence, with the word lDrxnrct, on hie Hp. Thomas Jefferson's last words, on tha same day, were ""Warn the Committee (of Public safety) of their danger." Napo'eon died, with th professional phrase, ' Ttte tTarmee," trembling on liia tongue. Gen. Harrison's last worda (supposed (o be ad drained to Mr. Tyler) were "Sir, I wish you to understand the true principles of the Government, I wish them carried out. I a-k nothing more." Caat. Lawrence's dying injunction waa "Don't give up the Ship." Commodore Bainhridge, when he lay struggling in death, summoning all hi energiea for a final ef fort, exclaimed 'Call all hand to hoard the cue my. And recently, Commoilore Porter, when dying in foreign lind, directed aa hia last requeat, that "hia hody ahould he huried at the font...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 June 1843

i - U AW K XOTV. ?.. -..' . tEXXSYIVAXIt. The following list show the current value of till Pennsylvania Bank Notre, - The most tmplicit ro titnre may he placed tipon it,' as It Drrvry iwfr --.r.o ... , .1 - i. careiuiiy compared Willi II U corrrccu iroui un n- bell' Reporter. llnnki In riillan lilil. , Disc, tw Tint ah. par pnr pnr . par . par . pnr par . par pnr pm par NOTES AT PAR. Rat, k of North America . . Bonk of the Northern Liberties . Commercial Rank of Pcnn'a. . , Paimcrs' an J Mechanice' Dank . Krn.inglnn Dank Philadelphia Bank . . Kcliuylki.1 flank . Smthwark Bnnk . . Western Bank . . . Mechanice' Bank . . Manufacturers & Mechanics' Bank Count rr IlniiKN. Hunk of v heater County Bnnk of Delaware County Bank of (Jermantown Bank of Montgomery Co. Doylestnwn Bank Enston Bnnk Frmora Bnnk of Buck co OlRce of Bank of Trnn'o. Office Jo do Offic Jo Jo OlIU'O Jo Jo Westchester par par pnr par pur pnr Chester C'crmnntnwn Norristown Doyhstown Rnston BrMol P'ir HarrUhwg" Thee L...

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