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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 5 March 1836

We understand the service: of plate voted to Nicholas Biddte Esq. by the stockholders of the haorfoftho United States, is to cost $20^000. Th>>llarrisburg Telegraph suggests tire propriety of the legislature voting a service of plate to Gen. Jackson, for vetoing the Batik Bill khat passed Congress for its re-charter, by whieh five millions were saved to the people of this stale.

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 5 March 1836

Bank of the United ^Slates.—The following1 persons were, on Monduy last, elec ted Directors of the Bank of the United States: Nicholas Diddle, John Sergeant, Thomn P. Cope, Manuel Eyre, John K. Nclt. William Plntt, diaries Chaiioccy, Joshua Lippincolt, Ambiose While,' Ldw+encc Lewis, Matthew Ncwkirk, John A. Brown, Richard Price, John Bey lard, Jr. Henry Troth, Janica Worth, of Bucks, Jona. Roberts, of Montgomery, Amos Kilmaker. of Lancaster, Chas. Ogle, of Somerset, \Y'm. Roui.iion, jr. of Alleghany. And, at a meeting of the Board of Directors held this,evening, NICHOLAS CIDDLli, Esq. was unanimously elected President. P. J AL'DON, Cashier. BANK OF THE UNITED STATES. March 1st, 1836. At a meeting of Iho Board of Directors held this day; MATTHEW L. BEVAN. Esq., was duly elected ('resident of the old llunk,iu the place of Nicholas Biddle, Esquire, resigned. &. J AL' DON. Cashier.

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 5 March 1836

They conic—one by one.— The Harrisburg Chronicle, we believe, was the first Van Buren and Johnson paper that broke ground ta ^ iavof of the rechnrter of the Uuiled Stales Bank. The Allegheny Democrat, another Van Buren paper, published at Pittsburg, follows suit. The editor says: ' As a Pennsylvanian, one who -rejoices in its prosperity, and hails events auspicious to its interest with unqualified satisfaction, we canttt re-|.re«s our exultation** the' passage oTltilBTJank Bill, attended, as wcconccivc it to be, with benefits of immense importance to every class of our fellow citizen!.' "We do not refer to the positive advantages which it confers on the great systems of internal improvement and general education, and the vuiious other publkc u-orks to whoso ad. vancement it extends a liberal hand; but we allude more particularly to the great iinpulre it will give to the commercial, manufacturing and agricultural interests, whose means off extending tlreir spheres of operation wi...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 5 March 1836

^^^ ea1^m^&iv^^^"' p^^fi WIS. ftetadenev ofMVfteJ»fWe ,jaud- rfW*? iriclhemout ilr the selection oT3u*-sfta^OT,webc neet*y«abere-W tWne^^ of«» old Jefarson pani.wp^||pe_unbtktindec^ieoiiri nreTei«nc^OB^isoe| lK Our e^rnr Wcrp bobcstly,ceo«stemly.B^M^iwley btstowcd inodvcc«ttnEAi*lrewJae»^BPniio prestdincy. becaase he was phsjgccl, fitst»Mrl»waton of Oorerniacnt aboses, "a strict economy Tncuriiiational cipemiiinrcs, and. an accbontability of public [ofDcers. Second, because no expected (bat "the patrppagc of the General Govermneht would not bo brotohl into; conflict with iho freedom of election*." Third, to correct the evil of appointing ynemuera of Congress tp office. Fourth, though of miner consequence, becausohe was awestcrflfttBap- Kiftll. tJecaiisef Governioeht spdklators, [j*aS^Wrd «ofuishon«tagents.v;-oD M**re| Siulicra, (Kouldbe brought tOaccotintabiliiy.an*na»io dw-, reorgo'their illgouen treaJn're. Suth.bljailRthc only question wo* to be. in kpfKijrituBr to^cniej...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 5 March 1836

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. February 22. Mr. Stevens offered a joint resolution, il tat the contract for the priming of the F amphlet laws of this serfSiori, entered into ii i. December last, by lb* Secretary of the C nmmonweallh, with ratteyson »te Small, a Jght not to be fulfilled; which was read and laid on the table. ' Mr. Thompson <cr>orted.a .bill supplerienlarv to the acli. to iucorptjirate the Mine Hill and Schuylkill Haven rail road t o.mpanyt^ ; • I ^i Fiebniary 23. , The bill to incorpornte'l,he Sunpmit Co4l Company again came up ojtf second reading. The first section passed b* a vote of 53 to 29. All the sections passed, and rhe bill was ordered to be transcribed fur a third reading.

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 5 March 1836

t-j^ WANTED TO CBARTER j^^^T" —For the Straights of Babel-ZjjrMuy mandel and the Red ¦Sea.-—The ¦^™" President of the United States having declared that if the Raak of the C Slates was chartered, "he trctrW fly to the deserti of Arraby," the subscribers are desirous of chartering a fast-sailing copperbottomed and fastened ship, of about 600 tons burllie.i, Willi n commodious cabin and state rooms, for the nccominodation of the Executive and his suite, on the proposed voyage. She will be iplQeed. under the command ol Commodore Elliott, and must be ready to sail as soon as thai distinguished commander returns from the Mediterranean. ' .: ' : «N. B. A commodious steerage will be necessary for the accommodation of the Kitchen Cabinet. Apply to PETER FRANCIS BLAIR & CO, Wholesale Brokers, 6? North Second St., Jackson Cityj near th'cPqldroac Bridge', opposite Washington. * ^gj*

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 5 March 1836

^ AyQuii*x>6 fast approachinf; in the straggh betweeidespoticand constitution*) principles oQ the cworViinent of Europe. ' The opposing! cloooa o,rc (iaily gathering' weight and blackness, and whethiar tbey are evehtnally=tw| barst itil^hostile ceUiaidn, and dchigro Eorepe-witb^ wir, err to be ayerlcp by some bappy event yet eaocealed in the bosom of futurity, is a problem Optnv wjiich not orjly the attention of statesmen, but of a greats portlofc of the public of'this aod other "juie*. is ' at present deeply fixed. -" - _|1 - k» ! Anfimpetus has been given to the settlement ¦• of thrrfrjucstiun by a recent decision oftlii Frcnclt ^ Chamber of Deputies. On fhe moving df the ad. dress,: whicli seemed purposely to' snan] allusiou tn Russia and Poland. M. de Mornay proposed; an - amendn-.ent, hoping for a "icsloration of lbl%l- • once of Ecrope, and, as the first pledric^riijo preservation of the ancient neutrality ofPctigfr, as conscctatcd by existing treaties. The ariaSlb. m...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 5 March 1836

MEXICO. .*' :;Thc following decrees have been promnlrratcd by the Mexican Government, and ordered to be enforced. ( , ' If Foreigners landing on -the coast of the Repuatie, or invading its territory by kind, armed an4 with- the intention of attacking our country, w'ifi be deemed pirates,and dealt with as such, being citizens of no nation presently at war with the! Republic, and fighting Under no recognized f lak 2. All foreigners who wilj import cither by sea or land, in the places occupied by the rebels, either arms or ammunition of any Sind, for the usa of said rebels, will be deemed as pirates, and punished as such. An unpleasant ojfpir.-i-ln consequence of a complaint made before Mr. Justice Palmer, at the upper police office, by a highly respectable wisow lady, tcachercss in a school on the westerly side ordie city, a Reverend divine, having the pesto-. ml charge of a congregation worshipping in a brick church, in the basement of which the complainant "teaches the young...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 5 March 1836

Kn persons ae icons of obtaining Ffhn T ees, Shrubbery &c. from the Bartram B tanic Garden, will jplease leave their or Jera at this offic 5. %.7, ^ i_i_ _| .;. We understand that the bill re-charterin i th|e Delaware Coal Company; bus pas-W 1 the Senate bj a majority of 4. Three ' m Jmbers opposed tor companies were abet at, . . A miner by tbi name'of Owen Q'Don-i n ;1, was killed atfeummit Hill Coal Mines, q uifie 18th ult. iy the prematare e^plojtnA on of'a blasts I ^ Legislative. --fThe kouse of Represent .fives, have pasferl the Bill haVing fpr its oyect tirejupprelsion of Secret Societies, b f a vote If .46'ft 41—and, tbe ITtroiieu (!o-Partnership Bill by a vote of 48 to 86. The Corrventiln Bill was discussed in I le Committee of the whole cfc Saturday, a ad, the time fixeH for the choice of Delec ites.was in Mat npxt. , In the .SenateJthe mosj important bill passed Is thp Edacation bill, which passed « Hp'a vote of 23 to 1. A Bill has been reifcrteil in the- Senate ...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 5 March 1836

>,.POTTOVIL,t«E* U ¦TCJBUAY MO|tXr?tG, M1H.4, 4>i^ 1 T t'aj*phUU,Chcch,Card*,BiUr-o/TJuUhg, aait Be MUVsaf everydrtciipiinnjieatlyprinUdalUa'Offm taltieioiButcasktttces. . _ ."

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 5 March 1836

GREATOHIO WHIG CONVENTION A great Convention ol the people of Ohio was'held at Columbus, on the 22d Febrtiarv, the nhnivcrsary of the birth of the Immortal Founder of our Liberties. It is considered the largest political assemblage ever witnessed in our country.— Twelve hundred Delegates were jn attendance. Nq house in the'city being large enough to hold the Convention, this body was under the necessity of adjourning to the Public Square, a temporary organization having been first effected at the Theatre, the largest builditii in the city. At the hour of three the vn^t multitude assembled in the great Publid Square, the Star Spangled Banner waving over them, when Gov. Jeremiah Morrow wns elected Presi-, dent, together ;wilh nineteen Vice Presidents and twelve Secretaries. We are happy to announce that Harbison 'and; Grancbr were unanimously nominated as candidates for President and Vice President of the United States. It is believed that this ticket will succeed in Ohio by a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 5 March 1836

Resignalianof Mr. Tyler.—Hon. John Tyler has addressed «j tette|r to the President of the Scnate/feorjamuiiicating his resignation as Senator oPthe United States from the state of Virgipt^\His reasons are set forth in his letter ofireslgnation to the General Assembly of YirginiaT\. The Editor of the Baltin^oro Chronicle> in alluding to this resignation, makes the following .remarks, whitih jare in accordance with our views on th'ej subject: In recogniainf. the rightjnf the LegiUatore to instruct him out of his scat, Gojr. Trier tends the influence ofhisispouess na*jne [to the sopport of the most pernicious political heresy which the reck Inexpediency of partjr ttetiea has ever in. vented to snswer a tempora rj lend. It is a principle which, if acquiesced ii i, viill most- certainly defeat the whole aim of tile Ifrabeni of Iho constitution in thc-otfartization of tills Senate, and pros-, trate the independence of I »tj body forever. It will give it up, entirely, 11 tie wild ...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 5 March 1836

The resolution of tto^Dr>ectors 1 kalag**! Kavi^ijon ComrmBy^j^singOie^cdSa on aBov»- eu-OEjKiri aniprflen^»f^, qS»t|k na|-j pnra.tersf general f^d ^nal diislusfaction to all classy s engage* either in tbe tniniej or transporution of Coal, iii thi* region. 'Cotfl operators"yrere perfectly sawfied with the former alios voce uf 5 per cent No' cbainie which proposes to incrnaac this allorrancc can result in. any advantage tathem, bat on the contrary, soc|h channe is positively dctrimcnral to their, interest*-because unjust and unequal in its consequences. The additional three per cent might with proprietyJie deducted from the tolls, and iho result would be! precisely the same to the Navigation Company. The pvo per cent deduction has been allowed by the landholder, tiic operator ami the boatman, {baying cntthxl into all the CoalLeases.) and any change in this deduction will cause a general domngeoicnt in their, respejetive relations, and produce infinite erfrtirnrssrocnt. The o...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 5 March 1836

a^pMyi»T«rai§l*tfi^^ :1 —-1M~ dsTfcsr*!**?. WM'"^'%i ¦ '' ""*'-••'• ;. ' ,.^etn | iiy24. Mj i Hopkins, on jeave given, reb^eifi an p£ t to incorporate the Sugar I^al'Coal Oo'iri Any, . j. j/ i i Febrjaary 126, M r| Baker, from the committee appointed t)j inquire into the alleged jattempt to corn ipt Jacob Krcbs, macje a- report, nccom laniect with irresolution that the Cornmi it' 4i be discharged. The.resolutipn was read twice and ogtiecd lo. ' ¦?¦ ] W tt Darragh moved that five thousand corn ;s of the report in English, and ten thot sand in German be printed. . J d. Dickey observed in> support nf the rescli3liot», that the Journals oil the Senate wer j; now very far back, and jive have.no gun -antee, that this report, if placet! in the; ban Is of the present printers, will be plaoed on our tables, before late tn| rhe session. Neither, do we know that tneyVill be printed cbrrcctly, (or those very men in their pap )|.ponticued the cry of bribery and corrup i(jn, evon a...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 5 March 1836

"A Bill, introduced into,th£gpbuse of representatives of Mnssnchuseffit, providing that no witness shall be disqualified on account of his opinions on the subject of religion—so that the ^ Atheists even, might be allowed to tesliTyunder oath—has been rejected by a vote of 359 to 139.

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 5 March 1836

, The Methodists, at a recent tncelrnjr in their church in Greene street, havciiberdlly subscribed 813,000 towards tbe rebuilding o the Book &. labiishmcnt, a few days since destroyed hy fire, The Rev. Dr. Bangs, who among- i itjiers address ed the meeting;, slated the foltpwirg- remarkable incident)— • y 7..' • A.tiong the burning fragmenti of' books and printed sheets which were whrrin! aloft upon the wingjsof tbe .flame, and borne onward, by tliosc of the wind, was a page of the Btbln conlairiinr the wth chapter of Isaiah. *lt wits picked op on the looming of the conflagralioWaboot IS miles distant, on Long Island, andilbefotU the catastrophe that had carried it thitfier'vfttssnownT It was indeed a winged messenger) of troth, in a dopble sense, for the facviaic"leia ttiiliinK than authentic, that every' wordfoflh*. OaJW waa so arhich read ml the words ronbwiniv1rf'? - » ' ^tir4i>^yM^*muriruti noo^«rflcre nor fa. theii p>a1scd-|lhce , is anitiffi^|wtrBf tla...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 5 March 1836

Public Meeting.' i All meeting of Boatmen, and others interested In the Shipping of Coal on the Schuylkill Namgallon convened in pursuance of a public tall, at the Mi unt Carbon noose, on the evening of the 3rd M ircb, 1836, JEREMIAH REED was appointe , President; Charles Frailty and Aquila Bolton were chosen f3ecictaries. { Oo aotidh' of Chas. F. iMann, a'comroittce consisting pf the following persons was appointed, to draft i preamble and resolutions expressive ofllie views tafllie meeting, anil also to draft and repojrt a proper petition, to be presented to. the Board pf Directors ofllie Nay. Cofnp. praying for relict, to viz: C as. F. Mann, WrriJlliinizinger. Wm.liiehner. "i 'm. Haas, Robert Adams, Mark Mellon, Jama Laing, Joseph T.ltliphardson. OaniulSaylor, Jo in Rhoads, E.Cross, William Broch, Hugh {JKinst y, George Ebert and Isaac Taylor, Esq. who a Icr having retired i for a time, reported the follow ng preamble anit resolutions. After the resolntio is were generally ...

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 5 March 1836

J MAHKIKI). 3/%he 2d inst.. bj the Rev, Joseph Mc-, Mr. Nicholajs, SeitziSoeb, to Miss Catharine BSjesf.; both of'.his place. : Un the 28th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Pntili, Mr.jWiLtiAJt Hoff, of Pincgrove, to Miss Esther Kimmf.l, ojf L^wer Mahanlango, Schuylkill county..! , -

Publication Title: Miners Journal And Pottsville General Advisor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 5 March 1836

i Harrison !»fc Granger. Young Men's mate . Convention. TIE State Committee having recommended a State Convent infl of Young Men, to he held at I arrisburg, on Wedncsdoy the 23d day ol March next, lor the purpose of adopting such measures as may be1-Teemed necessary lo promote the success of thi*] Democratic Rcfuibliean nominations of Gen. lyVILLIAM H. HARRISON for tbe Presidency, and FRANCIS GRANGEO, for the VJcj Presidency, the Young.. Men ofS|huylkillcoBtiiy, favourable to sai4 Nomina* tionj, are requested lo'ineet at the Court House, in life borough of Orwigsburg, on Saturday ihe 12tl|day of March nept, for the pirrpow of electinglwo delegates to represent Schuylkill cbunty, in said Convention. MANY YOUNG DEMOCRATS. FW>27 15-3

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Miners Journal and Pottsville General Advisor — 5 March 1836

1 Pottsville Post Office. Qraee open daily from 8 o'clock, A. M. to 18 P. Ill.; except Sundays. On Sunday, open from 8 o'clock A. M. to 9—- fro* 13 to 1—and from 6 to 9 P. M" mme of arrival -and, closing the mail. J Mail from Philadelphia1 arrives daily at 10 o'- xlcik.P. M-—closes dat4**t 10o'clock, P. MMail from Mauch jChunk arrives daily al 10 o'efcoje, P. M.—closed daily ot 10 o'clock, P. M. Mail from HarrisWg arrives, Monday and Thursday at 8 o'clock, P. M-—closes Monday 'in*Thursday, at lO-'o'cldck, P. Ml-Mail from Northuntberlahd arrives .Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9 o'clock, P. M.—elosesfMonday, Wednesday and Friday, at 10 o'clock Mail from DanvillefarrivesTuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at- So'clock, P. M—closes Sunda I, Tuesday and Thursday, at 10 o'clock, P. M_ -Matt from Bloomaborg .arrives Tuesday snd FrWay,at 9 o'clock- P.M^r-closes Sunday and Wednesday, at 16, o'clock, P. M, Mail Irdm JUincrsvillo arrives Monday, Wedateiday ond Friday, at I o'clock, P. ;M.—clos...

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