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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 16 March 1844

"M 'tl Tiiims or Tim " amukicax." SUNBOTY AMB1ICAN. i'uicks or AovrnTisixca. I square t insertion, . f 0 f0 1 do 3 do . 0 75 I do 3 do . . . I OA Ei"ry snbceqnent Insertion, 0 95 Yearly Advertisements: one column, f25 lialf Column, f IS, three squares, f 13; two squares, f 9 j one square, jSft. Half-yearly i one column, half column, f 12 ; Ihrcs squares, f 8 ; two squares, f.r; one square, f.1 f0. Advertisements left without directions ns to llm length of time they ro to be published, will te continued until ordered out, and charged accoid inejv. efj'Sixteen lines make square. I .... u , i i . . I . I . told "to buy cne " No body would lend Fuch folks. Good credit is almost as good as reil money to any man ; and just so it is with a fa mily or a nation. Small vessels, Cutters, Schooners, and Lor-Old uncl Ebenezer used to say that as long as he paid interest promptly, he never knew the day he could not borrow all he wanted. And that is a notion 'I wish our Stato would think on; for 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. — 16 March 1844

15XTKACTS OF READING. i - TOR THK AMERICAN. Lnst Words of Rbhrrl Kmmrt. If the spirits of tho illustrious (lend partici pate in the concerns and carca of those who were dear to tlicin in this transitory lilo, O, rvcr dear and venerated shade of my departed fulier, lock down with Fcrutinv upon tlio con duct of your suffering son ; and nee it I have, even for moment, deuntod from those princi ples of morality and patriotism which it was ymrcare to instil into my yonthfni mind, and for which I am now to offer up my life. My Ion!?, vim seem impatient for the sacrifice the bipod whirh you seek, in not congealed by the artifi r.al terrors which surround your victim ; it circulates wsrm'y nnd unruffled, through the clnnnel.i which G-jd croa'cd fir noble purposes, tmt which you are bent to destroy fur purposes m grievous-, that they cry to heaven. Bo yet pitient! I have but a few words mow to My. I am going to my cold and silent grave my lump of life is nearly exhausted my raee is run the g...

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. — 16 March 1844

TllltUK MAYS tiATKK FltO.'t Kt HOPE. ARRIVAL AT NEW YORK OF TOOL PACKET miv L I V K K- That famous packet ship, the Liverpool, coin tnanded byCnpt. F.ldredge, arrived on Friday night the 8th inst., Ironi Liverpool, with advices, say the New York Herald, to the afternoon of the Oth nit. The excitement in the cotton market, noticed on the arrival of the Ilihorniu, had entirely ciih- itled, but prices remained firm and decided. Sales small. The Quern was well. General Hoitrand is dead. The Grand Duchess of Oldenburg, Lord Hong, las, and General Cunningham, nre also dead. Spain was in n. transition state, in consequence ol the death of the Infanta Churlotta. France was pretty much a usual. No news from India. All parts of Europe were quiet. IRKLAXn. Our advices from Dublin are to the evening of j the Oth. On that day (VtVunell made his great speech on the State Trials. Alter O'Co.uieH's speech ..!000"rent was col lected. On Saturday, od ult., tlie judges took tbeir seats on the bench at...

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. — 16 March 1844

rtWHllm I.M.1U in i,.Mii ', 11 A A K X OT1! LIS T. rj:XXSYI.TAIA. The f dlowine; list rhowa the current value of oil Penmvlvsr.it Bank Notes. The tmvt implicit ro Jance uny I e place d iioii it, as 'n . every week aarcfully compared with at J Corrected fiom Biik ntlfi Rcp.mer. liutiUs Ii PhlaUIiUi;i. , t Disc, tv AM ' Lor at.... ,.Bil4l) NOTES A T P A R. Bank of North America Bank of tho Northern Liberties Commercial Bwk of Pi nn'r.. . Farn-cra' nivl Mechanics' Hank pnr pnr par pnr , Knii'gton Bank par par par pnr pnr pnr pnr Philadelphia Kiink Schuylkill Bunk Pouthwark Tank . , Western Rank . , , Median ira' Bnnk , , Manufacturers' ot Mechanics' Punk Country BnitUs. Prink of f'hrstrr County W rstchester B.ink el Delaware Count Chester IWiik of Grrniantown Ccrmnntown F-ink of Mon'f omory Co. Nnrri--own Doylestown Bank Pojlestown Easton Rank Fusion per par par par pr i par I Pft:mrr' Bank of Burks to. Bristol par , l)(I"ue of H ink of rVrm'a, Ofnre t!o da li.'fice do do OiT.ee do do ...

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. — 23 March 1844

ti:iiis OP T1IK ami:iuca.'' SUNBUMY AMERICAN. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL; pii ices of AiwnirrisiXG. I square t insertion, . . ff) CO I do 2 do . . .0 75 1 do 3 do . . . 1 00 Evtfry subnequent insertion, 0 2P Yearly Advertisements I one column, J25 j half column, $18, three squares, f 13; two square, ft) ; one square, $5. Half-yearly ! ono column, ft S ; half column, f 12 ; three squares, f 8 ; two squares, f.V, one square, 3 f0. Advertisements left without directions as to lbs lencth of time they tro to be published, will I s continued until ordered out, and charged accord inRty. C7s''t''!n 'npg niakn a square. II. H. MASSKR, JOSEPH EISKI.Y. ri-atisHisn inn pROPAICTORf. It. tt. .n.1S.Si:il, Editor Office in CenTre Alley, in the rear of II. D. Mas scr's Store. THE AME7MUA7pubiuhcJ every Satur Jy nt TWO DOLLARS per annum to lie paid half yearly in advance No paper discontin ue J till ai.i arrearage are paid. No subscriptions received fur a tea period thnn mx months All communications or li'...

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. — 23 March 1844

A Tonthful nnd t'nforlnnnt Pnlr. In the Court ofQuarter Sessions, on Satur day, case of considerable interest came up for consideration before Judge Campbell. It was the npplication of n wife, who complaineJ of be ing deserted by her husband, and prnying the Court to nwke an order, occordinj to the act of Assembly in such case made and provided, com pelling him toaflurd her a maintenance. Ruth the parties are what the law consider infants, or persons under the years of discretion, and in this instance, nt least, the supposition of the law was amply borne out by the fact. It ap peered by the testimony that the husband was employed in the family of tho wife's mother nt the a (re of sixteen as a servant, and that the boy and girl wern permitted to p'ay and he familiar with each other without pny dnngcr beinjj ap prehended. The result, however, to the aston ishment and dismay of the old people, was the ushering into existence, in about a year after ficboy came to tho house, of a third p...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 23 March 1844

How to mars Arrow-root. The Cleveland (Ohio) Herald give the following method of making potato starch, which it says in the verita ble arrow root, so highly valued for invalids. Take a dozen of large and smooth mealy pota toes, wash them, and then carefully pare off all the rind. Next grate them fine with a suitable tin grater. The pulp must be mixed with a pailful of cold water, and thoroughly agitated and squeezed by the hand or any suitable instrument, at the same time throwing away fibrous matter, and permitting the starch to sink to the bottom of the vessel. This must have a fresh washing in colJ water till the pure farina is obtained free from all the other matter. This should be spread nn earthen dishes, and dried in a warm, airy situ ation. The good housewife will exclaim, "Why this is nothing but potatoe starch !' True, it is not nor have you used any other article under the name of arrow-root, for the sick members of your family, though yon may bave purchased it at the rat...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 23 March 1844

MKT) II A K NOTIJ LIST, rnwsvi.v.ixii. The following lt( shows the current vain of Ml 'ennaylvauia 11 ink Notg. The mrpt implicit re . iiiro miy placed upon it, a it is f very tt'trfe srofully compared with at A corrected from Bick nil's Reporter. Itonlis Iii riilliuVIjitiln. x- t DlSC. ttr Nauk. Lim-atio. ., 1 HILAR. N'OTKS A T P A R. Hank of North Amrrirn . , flank of thai Northern Lihprlips . Coinmereial Hank of Pcnn'n. , Farmers and Mechanics' Bank , Kensinglon Bank , , n,ilnd.lphh Biink Srlinylkiil Dunk . , , S 'Otl.wiuk flunk . . Western Hank , , Mrrlianirs' Hank . , Manufacturers' A. Mechanics' Bank Country Btiiiika. Hank of Chester (lonnijr Westchrslrr " -ink of Del twarc County Chester H-nik of ('rrninntnwn (Jrrmnntown Pink nf Montgomery Co. Norrislown B'-yhvfown Bank Joj lrslown K on Bank Fusion FartTirV Hank of Burks CO. I?ri-to pnr pru pnr pnr par pnr par par par par par par par par par par pnr pnr These I Wii-p of Bank of IYiin'p. llarrisbnrg" -1 'M'.-e ' :Y.ro Or'nVe d...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 30 March 1844

TERMS OF THE " AMERICAX." H. n. MASSKR, JOSEPH EISKI.Y. ? Pcit-lsaER AHD PnoriiiKToas. W. W. JIMSSEIi, Editor. Office in Centre Alley, in the rear of II. D. Mat scr't Store.' THE" AMEUTCAN" in published every Satur Jif nt TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all airraragcg are paid. No subscriptions received for a less period than six months. All communications or li-tlcrs on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. r -'-.!' . ji 1 1 i i Fmm flraham' Magazine. c it I i, n ii o o u . Fiunt thi: IVwioi or R.;.,ir.. r iii:miv w. i.oxi .n.r.i.ow. There wa n time win-re I was very stnall. AVIumi in v whole ft a mo was but an rll in height. Sweetly, us 1 recall it. tears do fall. And therefore 1 recall it with delight. I sported in my tender motlici's arms. And rode a-hoisohae-k on best father's knee; Alike were sorrows, passion?, mid alarms. And (Jold. and (Ireek. and Love unknown to mo. Then scorned to tne t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 30 March 1844

ARRIVAL OF TIIK CALKDOM V. Intehfstini Xsw from Europe. The Ca ledonia arrived at B.iston on Friday mornin?, sftcr a tempestuous voyage of seventeen day, having left Liverpool on the 5th inst. It brings intelligence of the conviction of O'Connell and his compatriots, verdict which lind ex cited a profound sensation. Ju;lj.rmnt will not he pronounced until the ensuing term. What it will be is as yet conjecture, but it is slated that the Duke of Wellington has already in timated that O'Connell is not to be sent to pri son, or otherwise punished, the moral effect of a conviction being sufficient. O'Connell has protested against the verdict. An inquiry in relation to the Oregon terri tory was made in the House of Commons, on the 2d inst. A paragraph in the Europran Times, under the head of Oregon tcrriorfy, speaks of a body of troops which are about to ambark for the Oregon territory, to be employ ed in the boundary servico under Colonel Est comb. This is a mistake ; the boundary ser vi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 30 March 1844

SB' U.J.-JB 1- X1.LJL .Ml "BWggMJJL-M K7" The Baltimore Methodist Episcopal Conference, now in session in the city of Wash ington, is said to bet very large one, both in the number of its members and in the extent of ter ritory comprised within its limits. The following are some of the appointments made by the con Terence. They are those embra ced in this diotrict. NoRTHVMBKRLANn District G. Hildt, Presi ding Elder. Sunbury A. Brittain, J. W. Tongne. Danville James Ewing, G. A. Cofley. Berwick F. M. Mills, W. O. Spotzwood, Bloomingdale J. W. Houghawout, (one vacan ?y.) Luzerne S. L. M. Conser, (one vacancy.) Northumbcrlond B. II. Crever, Jas. Guyer. Milton Geo. Guyer, A. Wiles. Williamsport Joh Brown. Lycoming Jas. A. Roue, John J. rurecl. West Branch Thomas Tareyhill, S. G Hare. Lockhaven W. R. Mills, T. W Elliott. Bellfonte John Ball, X. O. Bucking ham, Clearfield Robert Beers, J. Montgomery. Penn's Valley James Stevens. Or Canals. The Jlarrisbtirg Telegraph ays : ' We are informe...

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. — 30 March 1844

fH II AX K XOTH MST. rr.xxsixvAxi.i. The fdlowing lift thowa the rurr-nt value of nil Vnnsvlvmiin Itnnk N.rtf a. The mnt implicit re ntnee may I placed upon it, a il i r rcry week .nrefully compared with 01 d corrected fioin Bick .icll'i Reporter. Hank In Philadelphia. N.MF. LolATIO. ,,hiiaj NOT E S A T r A R. Rank of North America . . Rank of the Northern Liberties , Commercial Rank of Pciiri'n. . . Farmers' mid Mechanics' Bauk Kensine ton Bank pnr par pur par pnr par pnr pBr pnr pnr par Philadelphia Itnnk Schuylkill Hunk . Soulhwark Dank . Western Rnnk Mechanics' Hank . . Manufacturers &, Mechanics' flunk Country UnnK. P-.tik of Chester County Westchester pnr Dink of Delaware County It ink of OermBtitnwn Ihmk of Montgomery Co. D-.yle?tnwn Rank Eision Rank Fanners' Rnnk of Rucks co. Oilice of Onnk of Petm'a. Chester par Gcrmanlown pnr Nnrris'own par P i iy 1 1 't own par Easton par Bri-tol pnr Harrisbmg" 1 hoc Lancaster I offices Reading J do not Enslon J issue n. DISCOUNT. ' P...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 6 April 1844

SUNBUmY AMEMCAN. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL; PIUCE8 OF ADVERTISING. I square 1 Insertion, . . . $0 60 I no x do . . . , 8 T I do 3 do. . . 1 M Every subsequent insertion, I) tn Yearlv Advertisements! one column. (25 I half Office in Centre Alley, in the reur of If. B. Mat ter's Store. THE" AMERICAN" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till a Lb arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for a leai period than six months. All communication or letters on business relating to the office, to insure attention, inurt ho POST PAID. column, $18, three squares, $12) two squares, f 9 one square, $H. Half-yearly l one column, f 18 half column, f 13 l thru rquares, f a twe squares, (5 one square, $3 6(1. Absolute acquiescence in the decisions of the majority, the vital principle of Republics, from which there is no appeal but to force, the Vital principle and immediate parent of despotism. Jtrntaso. Advertisements left wi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 6 April 1844

I'rrll of the Early ffrtilrr, of Fcnnsylrn nln. N'oflTllLMlll RI.AND OS THK St'SQt'KH INNA. ' lie comfort and prosperity of the (owns on :!iis and ntlior central rivers, in the iniildle '"tales, have been dearly bought by the acri- ices ol the pioneer?, wlio went in advance of eiv ilizittinn, nml over whose pravea the grass ih Imrdly yet mulled with time. It i ncecs ary to look hack constantly to the recent dttte of the chronicle o( those border contest, to re alise that centuries have not elapsed since these flourishing fields were contended for, liutid to hunt!, by the white and red man. It was only in 1778, that the increasing in nvids on the settlements in this part of the country compelled many ofthe inhabitants to ilnndon their farms, and congregate nt the rude tor's scattered along the frontier, where they could resist, to more advantages, the dangers which threatened them. An exciting tale is recorded of a contest between on old man and t vo Indians, under the following circ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 6 April 1844

Corrtpondence of the Philadelphia Ledger. Washington, March 30, 18-11. Mr. Calhoun, as I wrote you in hast by yes terday's mail, arrived here on Friday, at a few minutes before three o'clock. General Duff Green had gone down to Alexandria to meet him, and drove up with him. Mr. C. put up at Fuller'a whance he aoon after departed to dine with the South Carolina Delegation, at Mr. McDufne's. t never aw Mr. Calhoun look in better health, fcnd it must have afforded him great pleasure to be so warmly greeted wherever lie showed him self in public, 1 do not believe there it a man living who enjoys the confidence of the Ameri can people, incliidingthepolitieiansonbothsides, in a more eminent degree than Mr. Calhoun. The city has been graced by the arrival of o bout one hundred mail contractors, from all parts of the Union. They, to-day, waited in a body on the President, and were exceedingly kindly received. Sir Richard Packenham and General Almonte, the Mexican Minister, are very intimate...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 6 April 1844

11 III 1 II A It XOTI LIST. rEWSlXVAHIA. The following list shows the current value of nil Pennsylvania Bank Notes. The most implicit re ience may I placed upon It. as it 1 every ueek Mrefully compared with ted corrceicJ Horn Bi.k sell's Reporter. Hunks In riilladrlpliln. Kr. Location Time, Pmilah. NOTES AT PAR. Bank of North America Bank of the Northern Liberties Commercial Bunk of Peon's. . Farmers' anJ Mechanics Bank par par par pnr pit pnr pnr pnr par pnr par Kensington Bank Philadelphia Bank , Schuylkill Bank Sonthwnrk Bank , . Western Bank . , Mechanics' Bank . , Manufacturer' cV Mechanics' Bank Country ItnukH. Bank of Theater County Westchester par par par par par pnr par Bank of Delaware County Hank of Germantown Bank of Montgomery Co. Ooylestown Bank Ramon Uank Farmrra' Bank of Burks CO. OlHre of Bank of Prim'a. OiTice do do Office do do Office do do Chester Germantown Norrisrown Diij Icatown Fusion Bristol Harrisburg"! These Lancaster I nllices I, Reading Easton do not iss...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 April 1844

tkiuis op Tim "amkkicax." IT. D. MASSEIl, JOSEPH EISEI.Y. PtBMflHtnl AND 'ROPRIKTOni. . It. .V.I SS Kit, Editor. OJJlct in'Cenire Allen, in the rearvf If. B. Mas ter' Store. THE AM EMC AV' is published t tery Satur day fit TWO HOLLARS por annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for a less period than ix mouths. All communication! or letters on business relating to the oifice, to insure attention, an. ist be POST PAID. L. - .-J. .''.! J . '-J.1 From rhichwood'sl'dinVirg M.T.'ar.ine. TUB PKOPIIUCY OH" THIS TWELVE TRIUKS. "And Jacob cn'livl tinti) his sons, nnd said. (a thcr yourselves toijetV.rr, 'h;(t ! may tidl you that which shall befall you in the last days. 'lather yourselves together, and hear, ye sons of Jacob; urid'inVcri'.cr. vn'o -Israel your father." Genesis, xlix, &rc The patriarch suf upon hi bed His cheek was pale hi? cje vrr dim ; Long years of woe had bow'd his head, Arid ftelde was the...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 April 1844

una g im mmu Lata from Afilea. Ocm as b bt a Dritkui Vessel of War o.t tub Axkricar Flao. Wa learn from the Ba'timoro Sun the arrival at that port, on Fri day, of the barque Latrope, Gapt. Allen, from the West coast of Africa. Tho British crui sers on the African coast, it seem, are so vigi lant a jainst slavers that they mistake every A mciican trader, and even U. 8. vessel of war, for such piratical crafts. The Sun gives an account of the firing into the brig Francis Lord, C. ipt. Browne, of New York, by II. B. M. ship A lort. About 7 o'clock on the evening of the C-lth of Januory, Copt. Browne discovered a sail on his starboard bow, within hail. Capt. D. .showed a light, and inquired if the vessel was the Alanta, which he was anxious to meet. The Alert hailed, and whilst hailing fired. Captain B. hailed a second time, and whilst in the act, was answered by a musket ball, which passed through liis trcisai, above him, and over hi j passengers' heads ! Having a light still hoisted, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 April 1844

On the 27th of December, 1S-14, Mr. Muhlcn br j took an active and prominent part in a meet ing of member of Congress, over which Col. Richard M. Johnson presided, held to take mea ores for celebrating on the anniversary of Gen eral Jackson's victory at New Orleans, a civil triumph of hit administration, equally glorious the payment and exiinguishmknt or tmr Na tional Debt. Uniting the blood of the German with the birth rightof the American speaking and uniting both languages with equal facility and purity learn ed in the best literature of both feeling an ar dent sympathy in emigrants from all countries, from recollections of the past and hopes cfthe fu ture Henry A. Muhlenberg is n genuine repre sentative of the wise and philanthropic policy of William Tenn, who made Pennsylvania an asy lum for the oppressed of every nation. Nor is a ny of her citizens more deeply impressed than he is with the duty of preserving untarnished her public faith. No one. in a station ofliT politi cal t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 April 1844

fA3ep U 4 X K XOTI! LIST. I'lAXSYIAAMA. The f, Mowing list show tin' rurri nl vnltie of all t'enrisvlvaniri Bank Note. The ml implicit rr iance may ho plan d Uf.cn it, a it i. firry ii'tek :areful!y cnmpnicd with at d corrected fioin Bhk aisll'a IlrpcrtPr. IMnlts In lMiKa?ciiih!:i. ... , Disp. i LOCATION, I'VILA NOTES AT P A R. Pank nf North America . ttr.nU nf thp Northern Liberties Commercial Dank of Prnn 'ii. . Fsrmtra ami Mechanics' Butk . KeiisiiieMon Hank I'hila.lcljihiii Ti:mk !)ti Ik rl Bank . Sinithwark I lank . . Western Hunk , , Mechanics' lintik . , Mui.uiitcturers' & Mechanics' Hank Country itatiks. fat par pnr pnr pur pnr pnr pnr par pnr par Kink nf heater County 1'(ir?k of Delaware County Hank nf Oprinautiv.vri flank (if Montsomery Co. Doyle s!.ran Bank I'.asloii Pank Farmers' Bank of Rucks co. Office of Hunk of Tcnti'ii. O'hce lo do OlTiee 1)0 do Office do do Westchester par par par par piir pnr p..r CIllftoT (Jermantown Nmmionn I)ivlv:lown r-.sto.-i Pri-tol Hair...

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