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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 February 1844

THIOLS OV THE "AMCKICAX." It. 13. MASS Git, JOSEPH EISGLY. Pusmsrrhs asb HorRiiTom. . It. Editor. ''OJice in Ctnfrc Atleu,'iii the rear of H- B. Mas ter t Start. TUG AMERICA N ""upubiishe J every Satur day at TWO DOLLAKS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till ALt a ires rages are paid. No subscriptions received for Icaa period than six mo.iths. All communication or letters on business relating to the oilicc, tu insure attention, fliust be POST PAID. 11. ' - - L . J VOS .43 Slum A(nliit 'Wind. The following clover reply to Allan Cunning bam's spirited sons "A Wet Sheet anil a Flowing Sen," was handed u by a friend, ft in a clear turtii rta: of the table against th rnrrlitopmcn. We understand the inspiration which produced it vns a visit a day or two ago, to the "Princeton." i S. Y. Erjirnm. j 'Oh. tive mo a bunker full of coal, An engine now-nnd strong, We'll furl our Fail brace tip our yards, And drive our ship along, And drive our ship along Nor as...

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. — 10 February 1844

Genera! Jackson. Wc find the following painfully interesting letter from tlie Hermitage, in the New York I'lcbian, of .Saturday. It shows that its vo nerable inhabitants is fust declining, and gives reason to fear that lie will soon live only in his tory and in tha memory of his grateful coun trymen: UttiMtTACK, Jnn. 1 ltl, 1 "? 1 1. To L. D. Slamm, I'Miior of the Pit lion : Dbar Sin : I regret extremely to find, on my Arrival at the Hermitage, the health of the venerable Ex-President, Andrew Jackson, in such a preenriou stato. He is very feeble ; appetite poor, cough distressing, attended with severe paroxysms on account of the pnin in his side. At time he suffers from a degree of tightness ttbont the chest, Attended with much difficulty ot respiration ; at other times a more free expectoration, greatly relieves him. lie .1 I . . i : 1 i I ; - - minus one oi nig lungs is nearly gone ; ins eye- fight has failed liim very much; can converse but a little at a time, even when the most ...

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. — 10 February 1844

gave a new charm totlie whole of hin rich, mel lifluou Irish accent. "Time and event dispersed that circle. The young Porter, his taw license signed, went to the Lower Mississippi ; I to the Upper. And, years afterward, wp met on this floor, Senators from different parts of that vast Louisiana w hich was not even part of the American Union at the 'time that he and I were born. Wc met here in the session IS.'l.V.H, high party times, and on opposite sides of the great party line; lint We! met as we hud parted years before. We met a friends ; and. though often our part to renlv to euch other in the ardent debate, yet never did we K it with other feelings than those with which ln'gc' more than compensated by the we were wont to discus onr subjects of recroii- ,' 'n? "fleets in dispensing with the iron tlri tion on the banks of the Cumber'nnd." vcr into the wall to confine back the hliiitter, - - and also with the bolt or spring used to fasten THE tariff. it when c'oscd. There is atro an...

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. — 10 February 1844

f !WT t; t. l . 'Jm'JL'X'! ..--'J!! L'.J1 1 ..! JL'tHi ij ii axis. stote list. ff.xxsyi.vaxia. The following list shows the current value of all .Ynnsylvania Bank Notra. The mw( irpfiTicit rc imirn may 1 o placed upon it, a il Is e very week r-erefuHy compared with ai J corrcc'cJ fiom Bkk all'i Repnfrr. irar.hs In Philadelphia. Nt Vine, lis AE. LoCATIOH. rHIlA. NOTES AT PAR. .Tunic of Norih America . Bank of the Northern Liberties . Commerr'ml Bank of PcnnV . , Farmers' and Mechanics' Bunk . Kensington Bank . . rhi!at!rtdin Batik . . Schuylkill Bnnk . . . !nnthwurk Rank . . Western Bank , Mechanics' Bank . . Manufacturers' & Mechanics' Hunk Country Hanks. Hunk of Chester County Westchester par par par par pur par par par par pnf par par par par par pr par Rank of Delnware County H.mk of Gcrmantiiwn Hank of Montgomery Co. Pnylesloivn Bank Hhu'oii Bank Fanners' Rank of Bucks CO. Office nf Bank of Peiiii'a. Ollice do do ' tlVicc flu Jo Ollice do do Chester Ocrmantown Norristown Doy...

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. — 17 February 1844

ti:iois op Tim ".oicuicax." ? Pt'RttnnEns asd $ pROrRIKTORS. JOSEPH ElSBI.Y. 7. It. ,n.1S.SKIt, Editor. Office in Centre Alley, in the rear of If. U. Mas ter's Store.) THE AM K I! IC .N ' ia puliliHhe J every Satur day nt TWO DOLLARS per annum lo be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages aro paid. IVo subscriptions received for a less period than nit months. All cornniunicatiiins or letters on business relating to tho office, to insure attention, mum l.c POST PAID. T 11 K II H It 1 T A O K tiY .VMV T.1 -t:t.l. l.ovvM.r.. The rich man's son inherits lands. And pil ol' Id irk, tind stone, tind cold, A lid lie inherits soft white hands. And t 'lidi r lb sh that l'.-.ti. Ihe old. N'oi dares lo wear ii garment old : A heritage it s 'ems to nif. One would not cafe to hold in lee. Tin' rirh man's son inherits raves ; Th" hank may break, the lartorv burn. Nvn breath may hurst his bubble share? .And suit white bands would baldly earn A liviiis that would suit...

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. — 17 February 1844

1 The Girard Will Cms. We learn from our Washington (Jorrcspon dent that the Supreme Court Room was so much thronged on Friday with lawyer, ladies, members, Sic, that it was impossible almost to Ret within eight or hearing of Mr. Set geant, af ter his argument was commenced. The "pri vileged seats" were entirely occupied by the la dies, win looked as grave a the judge , and special indication of assent to that pit of Air. Sergeant's argument, which shoved laymen and laywomcn were as competent lo give reli gious instruction as the ministers of the Gospel, who were excluded, by the will of Mr. Ciirard, from the office of instruction. Ily the way, the whole of Mr. Sergeant's argument on this im portant point, which was so much urged by the counsel on the other side, was admirable. lie contended against the idea that there could be no religion nor religions instruction without ministers, and he showed that the Will did not exclude the Bible and instructions in it, which was the source 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. — 17 February 1844

Cerretpontltnce of the PhiMrfphia Ledger. Washi.iuTo, Sttttrday Ftb. 10, 1S44. There is, ftt this moment, nothing new or ex citing here, except the evening parties, routs, soirees, kc, in w hich English and French socip' ty are alternately imitated, according to the knowledge and means of the amphytrions. The President, who is the most amiable and sociable man in private lift?, and whose suavity of man ners is the theme of general admiration, conducts himself with as much ease, as if social inter course and the cultivation of general good feel ings, and not the Presidency over the mammoth Republic of the nineteenth century, where his chief occupation and delight. No man like him selfcan so completely throw aside the rancor engendered by partisan warfare, or meet, ut hi own festive board, with unfeigned cordiality, those who have opposed, persecuted and plunder ed him. I have no doubt whatever that the President entertains, ut tin! White House, many a man whose better feelings upbrai...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 17 February 1844

It A Mi SOTi: LIST. im:svi.viii. The following list shows the current value of all Prnnaylvnnia Bark Notes. Tbo mriM Implicit rr iimce. may I placed upon it, as it l.fifry irrrk .-ruefully compared with fii J Correcif J from Biik jcif Reporter. Hanks In Philadelphia. - Due. tit IS AM. LnrATtnw. pMiti. NOTES AT PAR. Bank of North America Bank of the Northern Liberties . Commercial Bank of Prnn'a. . . Farmers' ami Mechanic' Bank Kensington Ii.ink . i Philadilphia Dunk . . Schuylkill Rank !.piithwaik Itatik . . Wcslem Bank . . . Mechanics' Hank . Manufacturers' & Mechanic' Dank Country nmiltn. Tarik of Chester County Wratcheslcf pnr pnr par pnr pr pat pnr pnr par pin par par par pnr par par par par Bank of Delaware County Bank of Oermantotvn Bank of Monlcomery Co. Unv't'stown flunk "fls'.on Bank Cheater Gctmantown Norri.tiown Pojhitown Easton Garment' Bank of Pucks CO. OflVc of Bnnk of Pent) 'a. Office tlo do i Wee tlo tlo Office tlo tlo Ttritol llnrrishnrg" These Lnncastrr I offic...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 February 1844

UNBTOY AMERICAN. riticr.s op AvrnTisi. I square 1 insertion, $0 60 1 do 3 do . 0 7ft 1 do 3 iU . . 1 00 Evory subsequent incnrlion, 0 25 Yearly Adertiements : one column, f 25 ( linlf column, ft", three squares, f la j two squares, f 9 ; H. It. M ASSKi!, Joseph r.isi:i.Y. I v PcntisHKim ash 'nornilerons, It. It. JMSSKIt, Hdllor. Office in Centre Atlri in the rtuv of II. ?. Mat ter' t Sliire. THE" AMKIMCAN" In published every SaHtr ly nt TWO HOLLARS per Bimutn to be paid half ycurly in advance. No paper discoiiliu u i'iI till all aircntngos ntc pnid. .NosHli.-yriiotn received for a less period ibn si- -loMTits. All communications or letters on husim-m relating to the office, to insure munition, must .e POST PAID. AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL: one squire, f.). Half-yearly I one column, 1H ; half column, f 12 ; three squares, f 8 ; two squane, $5 one square, f.1 50. Advertisements lelt without directions as to the lenuth of time they srfl to be published, will be continued until ordered out, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 February 1844

round, so as to bring it to boar upon us. Be fore thin wai accomplished, we were under co ver, and the strangsr had the benefit of tho discharge, of which ho took no more notice than if he had bnrno a clmrmoJ life. Again we hoard the crack of hi rifle, and when, having reloa ded, wo once more ascended the bunk, he was taking aim at the last artilleryman, who fell, as hit companions had done. "Diem ye, fur lnggin1 fellers!" prowled the ttrancrrr. "Why don't yo tuke that 'ere big run r Our mm 11 number, the bnd dirretion of our first volley, but above all, the precipitation with which we had jumped down the bank after fi ring it. had so encouraged the enemy, that ft company of infantry, drawn up some distance in roar of the field piece, fired a volley, and ad vn need at double quick time, part of them ma king a small detour with the intention of cut ting us from our friends. At this moment, we fiuv Fannin and thirty men coming along tho river bank to our assistance; eo without mind in...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 February 1844

Bir" The correspondent of the Philadelphia Ledger haj the following, ou the subject of the Report of the Committee on Foreign Relation : "The report of the Committee on Foreipn Re lation?, of which the lion. Chares Jarcn Inger soli is chairman, proposes some very radical changes in the personate of our ministers and chores d'affaires abroad ; but 1 have not yet examined it sufficiently to form correct con clusion on the suhject. The preamble certain ly contains propositions, set forth after the man ner of mathematical theorums ; but what are not so easily nor so directly demonstrable. Thus I read tho following : The facility of diplomatic usefulness, by re presentative power, is in proportion to the grade of mission.' This doctrine is advanced with rs much se riousness as the proposition in astronomy, that j the squire of the distance of the plaimts from j Nisi Tkstm of our discaes are treated, by the Faculty, with Calomel, Antimony ami Opium. The Indiscriminate use of Mineral prepa...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 February 1844

t 11.4 K XOTI! CIST. rnxxsYLVixii. The f 1l(in !iiit list shows the current n1m of nil Pennsylvania Rank Notes. Tim must iui!i(it rc ianco may 1 1:iC(il upon it, as il D every week ;arefully computed wilh ai J corrected from Hick nell's Reporter. Hunk In riiifariclpliln. IS' AMU. LnCATtOX. NOTES AT P A R. Rank of North America Hank of llio Northern Liberties Commercial Rank of Pcnn'a. . . Farmers' nn.l Mechanics' Bank . Kcnsinptnii Hank Philadelphia Hnnk Schuylkill Hnnk . Soulhwark Rank . Western Hnnk Mechanics' Rnnk Manufacturers' A. Mechanics' Dank Iinr, is I'llll.XW. pnr pnr par pnr pnr par pnr par par pal par pnr pnr par par par par par These offices C'oiuilry Hank. Rmd; of Chester County Westchester Hunk of Delaware County H.mk of Oerinantmvn Rank of MontEomery Co. Dovb stown Hank Chester Oerrrmntown Nnrris'owti pojlesiow n EfiStOll r.iis'oti Rank' Farmers' Hank of Rucks co.' Rri-lol Of'i.-e of Hnnk of Pcnn'a. lllice do do Oflicc do do Ufl'ieo do do NOTES AT Harrisliuig- Lancas...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 2 March 1844

TERMS OF Till: " AMCltlCAX." H. B. MASSER, JOSEPH EKSEI.Y. PuBLISHUS AMD S PaoraiiToas. II. II. .71.1SSKII, MidUor. Office in Centre Alley, in the rear of II. B. Mas ' Store. THC" AMEHIUAN" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLAKS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper disconlin und till all arrearages are paid. N subscription received for a less period than six months. All rominunicaliona or letter on bueineas relating to the office, to insure attrnlion, mum be POST PAID. , J -n '" ' ".' " "! the a it a n ir a v s c a i. i: . from tht; r.rrtMAN or rrcrrr.n. A sparrow caui:ht upon a tree, A fly. so Ait, his tame grow stronpnr ; Jlis victim, struggling to get fros, liegu'd but to live a little longer ; The. murderer answered, "thou must fall, Tor I am great and thou art small." A hawk beheld him at his feast. And in a moment pounced upon him ; Tin dyimr sparrow wished at least, To know what injury he had done him ; The murderer answered '-thou must fall, For I am tr...

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. — 2 March 1844

1 awsaiin ' .mi lu .lil aM... .x Dralb of Mr. Bltltlt. Nicholas Diddle, Esq., formerly and Tor ma ny years President of the United Statea Bank, died, at four o'clock yesterday morning, at his residence at Andalusia, in Bucks county. He had been suffering from an attack of dropsy for sevenl months, but until within a short time prior to hia death, ho had been able to visit the city. The report of his decease caused consi derable sensation, ns it was not looked for by any but a few of hia relatives and personal friends, and naturally excited much comment. The life ofoue who occupied so conspicuous a position in the political and financial struggle of the country during the past twenty yenrs as Mr. Diddle did, could not fail to occusion much remark at his death. His public career was e ventful in the extreme, and covered a period characterized by the most violentconllictof por tico, and it is by no means surprising that, after being defeated as the-leader of a party and the champion of...

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. — 2 March 1844

tMMMWWW BJ Chivalry- at a Dlitonnt. Dl'Kt.t.llO, LxRrEMT AND ASSAULT AND BaTTK- t. -Mr. R. W. Pooler, the individual engaged . as Mr. May'a second in a late "affair of honor," in which Mr. Cochran wa murdered, it now charged with being concerned in a little transac tion, which savors very strongly of dishonor, and is Anything but chiva'.ric, or exhibiting that sen sative regard for reputation which duellists usu ally boast of so much. Mr. Pooler, the Balti more papers tell ns, M'as arrested on Monday morning in that cii.V, at Barnum's Hotel, where lie had been sojonring for some days, by officers Hays, Zcll and Ridgely, enlarged on the oath of Mr. John S. Lirtx, who is also boarding at Bar rum's, with stealing from him the sum of $200. The Sun says it is worthy of notice, as illustra tiveof his notions of gontilhy, that, on his arrest for fe'ony, something being said of the affray of the previous evening, he asked the officer who the person he had struck was. Tie was informed that h...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 2 March 1844

l. 1... - 111 L J.. g..J li . . S -J I J- 1 j ilJJ -'I - 1 II A . K SOTE LIST. ri:.SVI.VAM. The f iltowititt it shows the purritit vr.lue of nil .'ennsy Wants Unnk N.tt.f.. The mo-t implicit re timce nvty be placed upon it, a it I every tot eft .urrfutly cnitipircd with at d currce'cj from Biik afcll'i Iti'uor'cr. IJauks In riillaoklplsL-i. . Duo. 1 N.AVII. LoCATIOS. ulliV. NOTES AT PA R. tank of North America par t'nnk of lhr Northern Lihe't'es . par Commercial n.mk of I'pnn'n . . , par Earners' and Mechanics' Dank . . pnt Kens'nalon Huk par rLihnLlphin H.ibk . . ; par S-ticvllnll Bank u!w,nrk Bank . . Western Bank . . .ViMlvini.-H Pnek MiiiiU'iirtnrrnt' ,V Merlin tiles' Bank Country Hanli. I ii k if ' hpst. t fj.mtitv 2 hi k cif Doliwrtre Conwy .! ill rf ' 'orinnnton n nk of 'I'liiittomorj Ce. vlfvitmn Bank -vo i Bank .'.'mors' Bank df Buck co. ..'fit uf IJ nk of Pei.n'a. '') Tre do do Westchester pi Chester p; (.'erniaritown pi N'otrisiown 'i Dnj lesion, n pi Ft.st pi U.M..I ti- ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 9 March 1844

TERMS OF Till " AMI ltICl.') .11. B. MA83KH, I PunttsHtm asd 30sEPH ElSEI.Y. Pnor-mtToas. . It. JlJlSSEtt, Editor. Offet in Centre Alley, in thereat-of II. B. Mas ter's Store. THE " AMERICAN" is published every Satur 3ay nt TWO HOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscription receive J for a less period thin til nostuh. All communication or letters on business relating to the olficc, to insure attention, mux he t'QST PAID. imi: i i, calamity!! AND LOSS OF LIFE ox no ar Til 1 4 ij:ixct:tov. .SIX PERSON'S KILLED. Among whom arc the Hon. ALiEL P. UP SHUR, lite Sicrctary if State ; Gov.GlL MEK, litr. Secretary of ihe Navy ; Com. KENNON, vf the Naiy; VIRGIL MAX- BUHBURY AMERICAN. AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL: Absolute acquiescence in the decisions of the majority, the vital principle of Republics from which there is no appeal hut to force, the vital principle and immediate parent of despotism. Jst r auto. Ily Masser & ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 9 March 1844

suoi"- .... .L.ujg.11 h i i . j ..i From the Home Journal and Citizen SulJitr. DOOK OF CTUIOSITIKS. BY JAMES RKCP. Pi luting Old llnnks, AnllqnUltl ! Curiosities. "Thou hat cruised printing to tin nsod, and contrary tolhoKinjf, his crown, find dignity, built paper milL" Shiiltupmr. The utility of printing, as fiir as regards the progress o( truth, is counteracted hy the great expenoe of setting type ; for 89 nil books sell best which flatter prevailing opinion! and swp port vested interests, and as they are printed chiefly at the risk of traders, who print for sale and profit, so few (very few) printed boohs con tain the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. Before the art of printing, books were of in credihle price. From the Cth to the 13th cen tury ninny bishops could not rend, and Kings were scar:ely able to sign their names; and hence the use of seals and sealing, f n the year 1171, when Louis XI. borrowed the works of Rusis the Arabian physician, from the fuculty of medicine...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 9 March 1844

Caal and Railroad Travelling. Mr. tt. Converse, of Columbia, rn., has exhibited to ns the model of a new mode of conveying passen ger and freight by railroad and canals, which is well calculated to obviato the difficulties of tran sition from one mode of conveyance to the other and is also designed to supersede the section boats now in use. The canal boat is propelled by steam, and is constructed upon a new princi ple, so as to avoid injury in the banks of canals by the action of the padJle wheels, and carries six moveable caluns, which may he thrown into a single dining room, or separated into distinct utate-rooms. These cabins may W readily shifted with their bnogage, freight, or other contents, to ruilroad tracks, r.pcn which they form conveni ent cars They are so constructed ns to afford onvenient sleeping room each for six persons, nd the inventor is sanguine thnt "they will ro- i -teive universal opprebation, and by the ease mid I expedition with which they may lie transfer- j...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 9 March 1844

est ig. pr par par par par pir par par par pit jinr par par pnr par pnr pnr par 1I.4MI SOTE 1. 1 8 T. rr.XXSTI.TAM A. The fi-!!ow iitt list tshnwe the curT.nt Vnhie of nl' Pennsylvania Bunk Notre. The mnl implicit re l.inrrt may I e placed upon U, a it i- firry trrrk aircfully compared, with ai J correcicJ fiom BEk aelt'a Reporter. Hanks In riiiladc!rll.i. Name. Locatio. " I HI LAV NOTES AT PAR. Bunk of North Ame-ioa . , Bank of tlir Northern Liberties , Commercial H mh of IVnnV . , Farmers' m il Mechanics' Dunk , Kenitiatnri tliitik t Philaih If-Tiin Rank Schuylkill Rank f nihws.tk Rank . . Wos'crn Rank . , MrrLihir' Rank Manufacturers' & Mechnnica' Punk Couulry SJanTti. Pink of rhrstcr County Westchester limit of Delaware County Bank nf (I'crmatitoivii Hnk of Montgomery Co. Poylrptown Bank Fusion Unnk Farmer' Bonk nf Burks CO. OlnVe cf B mk of Penn'a. OiTice do do OiTice da do OtT.ce do do N OTF.S AT Bank cf the United States' Hunk of Perm Township , Gi-ardBnuk Moyamensing D i...

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