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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 November 1851

71 R . v II; B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. SI jr.nnntj ileiuspapcr Debotctr to Jjoiwcs, 2Uternture, ittorfllUij.-jFovcfflu nun Domestic ilcXus, science ant the arts, Slrjr.culturc, jHarhetg, amusements, tct. IVfcW SEltlKS VOL. J, NO. 33. SUMlLliV, N()HTJlUMBKItl.AM) COUNTY. IA., SATL'llDAY, NOVKMI1KR I, 18.11. OLD SKIM IS VOL. 1, NO. 6. Al . TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TlIK AMP.RICAX ia pnllinrieil every Piiliinlny nt TVo Dli,,.ns per tinniiin to be wM Imlf curly in pi ""Ce" lcr tlieiinliniir(l ALL nrrramgm un- r"inmiiiiirntinin nr le'lprs in Imsiin-ss minting to Sine', (a insure ntieiitinn, must lie I'lW PAID. ... ,. r TO Cl.Uist. Thrpt epic, to one mlita.., SCilHl Ssv.n 1) l I"11" (Tllleen D.i Do !W ' Kit', ilollurs in nilt-nni-p will p:iy for line ypur'a iili stripliim to llie Alni-rictiil. tin. Sntmip of 1(1 lines. 3 limp, Kvpiv aiili.si-tnt-iit im'iTtiojt, Otn Sin,-tre, u montlis, 'Six lil'Sitlift, Ship, yenr, tftit.iiieiis Cunt o...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 November 1851

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. JTo r t i q n News. ARRIVAL OF THE NIAGARA. TIlnKB DAYS LATER MOM EUROPE. The British mail-steamer Niagara arrived at New Fork on Saturday, from Liverpool Oct. 1 1th. Sha brought 108 passengers. . London, Oct. 10 The stock markets this week on th continent have generally been pretty steady, but the Bourse at Paris is an exception. Tha notes of the Monmonthsaire Newport . Old Bank (W. Williams and sous) were re fused payment yesterday at Messrs. Cocks, Biddulph it Co.'s, the London aircnls. The circumstances connected with the suspen sion are not known, but most probably i!s immediate use was the discredit arising from the stoppage of the Monmouthshire nd Glamorganshiie Banking Company. The Bank was established in 1826. Its cir culation, under Sir Ilobeit reel's act, was limited to $8600, and the amount at which it stood ir. the return of last month was 8595. Nothing further has transpired respocling the hffaiis of the two Monmouthshire Batiks w...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 November 1851

SUNBUltY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. From th Plalndealer LETTER FROM CAPTAIN KELLY-COMIX own. Clevelakd, Ohio, Sept. 30, 1851. Dear Sir : I tee a letter going the round of the newspapers from Allen F. Owen, U. S. Comul at Havana. Permit ma, through the columni of your paper, to correct some of hit tatements in tegard to hit conduct to ward Col. Crittenden's command, and other American prisoner since confined in the Punta at Harann. In the first place, he says : "1 reside about four miles from this place, nnd not being well on the morning of the 16ih, did not reach my ollico till fome time after 10 o'clock, where, for the first time, I heard of the capture of about fifty of the men w ho had come with l.opex to this inland in the Si'eanier Pampero. I at the same lime heard iliat (k prisoners hnd liecn tried, found guilty, condemned, ordered to be exe cuted, the order for their execution sent for ward, and that they were about being re moved from the harbor, where they werp, to the ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 1 November 1851

L'KI'JI'JJ! SUN13UIIY! AMKKIOAN: AND SHAM OKI N JOURNAL?: New York Imporlm find Joblirr FREEMAN. H0DGES & CO., 68 Z.CBERT7 STHDBT, BituttH H roadway ami Stiwait-Mrtet, . - Near the Post Office. w E are receiving, hy clnilt arrival from En- -nrne. mir Fa I and Winter namirimriu 01 I5ICH FASHIONABLE FANCY SILK A.NB MfLLINEKY GOODS. Wa repcctfully invito all Cniili rurcliar thoroughly to examine oor Stock anil Price, anil, iTintT got Kit i, we fori confident our Vocal nl Price will indure them to aclnct from our establishment. Partirnlnr attention is de.e lc.1 to MILLINERY GOODS, attd many of Ih articles are manufactured eprely to our order, anil cannot be surpassed in liraufy, tyl ana cheapne. Beautiful Pari Ribbon, for Hat, Cap, Neck, and Bait. Satin and Taffeta Ribbon, of all widths and color. Silks, Satin, Velvet, and uncut Vel?U, for Hat. Feathers, American and French Artificial Flower. Puffine, and Cap Trimmin(C. Press Trimmings, largo assortment. Kinbroiderir, Cape, Collar, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 November 1851

AMER K I ' 'N msa -a ; .1 ? .-.--s';ri-wa. . ft A N 3 1 TO H. B. MASSEH, EDITOR AND HtOHUETOlt. OFFICK, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. JFamny iictospapcr-DrtJOica lo 3-JelWcs, StftrvatuiT, ittoralftB, jrortioii ant Qomrstfc airtos, defence ant the arts, EiftrtcuUurc, Harlicts, amusements, $tu SlN!5l"KV, NOS!'nii;MIM:i:LAM COUNTY. PA., EATUHDAY, NOVKMUKU s, I SSI. ----: NISW 8EHIKS VOL, 8 . KO. OLD SKHIKS VOL. NO. 7- 1 J 1 JL TERMS OF THE AttEMCAN. THK AMKIMCAX in puMihH rvrv H.itnnli.y nt TW 'fc4,HU.IAKs!l per minimi to be pm-l Unit' yr.trlv iti ivaiicc.io wtjR'i 4liMa minimi until am. iirriiir;i"f an AM rninniiMiicntioiin or Ip(T! en lnf-Mii"'!- reltiMiij-r hi tlit iKce, t insure iiIM-ntion, must ! lUT TAIL. TO CI.IM, Three epic to mip a Ulr fcfveu 1U IV) d no Fii'twi 1 au . Five tMlnr In itilv.-niee villp:iy f r tlnec enr Mii viipii'M l- the Aiii'iii-uii. Out P mi-mo of tft lines, I) Iiiik-s, t.'vety fiiliSiMj u-nt iiifcrition, Cue Nju.iir, ;J nintiiliK, iiciillrft, One ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 November 1851

alifornta News. ARRIVAL OF THE CIIEKOKEE. I.ATKR MOM CALIFORNIA. New York, No. 1st, 6 P. M. The Steamer Cherokee lias arrived with California date to October Int. She brings a very large number or passengers, and $2, 200,000 in gold. The general news from California i unimportant. The Cherokee brings a very large mail. The country remains quiet, and crime is so seldom heard of that a feeling of security pervades the community. Trade was com paratively dull, yet the miners were never doing better. The fall trade was looked forward to with confidence. The value of real estate was improving, and although money was a little tight, the country gener ally wore a prosperous aspect. The amount of real and personal property possessed by the city of San Francisco i 817.643,000. The steamer Oregon, from San Francisco for Panama, took $2,000,000 in gold on her manifest. The last trip by the Nicaragua ronto and occasioned great rejoicing at San Francisco, Messrs. Gregory & Co , having delive...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 November 1851

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. ONE WIEK LATER FROM NORTHERN MEXICO. HIGHLY IMPORTANT, The Attack on Matamoras, On llandred and Fifty Mnkini Killed. CAPTAIN FORD KILLED. THE AMERICAN CONSL'L WOUNDED. New Orlfasj, No. 2. Ths Steamship Fanny nrrivej hero this morning, from ihe Rio, Urnmlf, bringing dates lo ihe 30lh of October, being six tlays Inter ihnn the previous advices. The raptain of ihe Fanny brings Ihe in tclligence ihnt the attr.ck on Matamorns was commenced on llie morning of the 21t ; and on the evening of the 23l, Gen. Crtravn jnl ami his forces had possession of tho city within four squares of the Plnza. The Mexican government troops still held out, suffering the loss of one hundred and lifty killed and wounded. The Revolutionists lost but three men, in eluding dipt. Ford, who was in command of tho Texan Rangers. The Mexican General, Avalos, was woun ded during tho engagement. OrdiMS were issued by tho Mexicnn gen. eral lo give no quarters lo the Americans. Mr. Ln...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 November 1851

SUNBUUY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOUKNAL. P ii C t V y . .fttxrrtj:- Pwni the New Haven Journal mid Courier. "WOMAN'S RIGHTS." ADDRESSED TO TH E WORCESTER CONVENTION. What Would ye, troubled iiames, your ', . . ' wrongs So earnestly debating 1 ' What would ye, In such dninty strains, ,. The cruel men berating 1 i Pops woman really so ilispile Iter present honored station ? By man protected, loved, adored Is that mere degradation 1 And would ye spurn the hallowed boon Of sweet dimieslio quiet ? The bliss tind charm of woman's life, Ah, must ye needs decry it t Are ye, indeed, so sore oppressed 1 Your chains so very galling t And would o leave your present lot, . And try man's rougher calling 1 A comic sight it were, I ween, On board a ship at sea Tarpaulined beauties reefinri sails, And crying "Jlcave-kn-ce'." Or on the deep, harpoon in hand, in chase of Spermaceti, Or landing cargoes at the wharves 0, would it not be pretty 1 And would not ladies seem to bo In excellent employment, As ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 November 1851

MERICAN 0 II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. SB SI JFamflj) iiciuspapcv DcliotrJj to AJoMus, ZL.tctntuiT, il?ornU!, jfovcffitt nni Domestic ltns, Science nun the 2lvts, Elorfcullurr, -fttJirUets, amusements, Vc. S K SEMES VOL, J, NO. . SUMIUHY. NO.milJMIJEIM.AM) COUNTY. PA., SA'JT'UHAY, NONE Mil Eli I.. 1831. olt semes vol. ia. no. s. R i A 1 TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TIIK AMKRtCAN in published rverv f:itm!;.,- nt TWu IIOI.I.AUM per iniiiuin In he nl hull' yearly ii advance. .n .uper discontinues! until am. iirreiiri'ii'is nro aaiit. A.'l rMittnnni''iitfit(in or le'lers on lnistii'--s retiltiiig tn ttia afliie, to insure iitlriilroii, must lie PUS'I' TAIL). TO Cl.l'liS. Thru copies tu one aiMrcss, S,-, 00 ven D ll-i i no Fiurrn J),i III 311 III) Kiv. dollars in ntlvmtre will priy fur three yenr'a still t.ripli.m to the AuitTicun. tin. Smiate of 10 lines. 3 times, f I nil ICveii siilm-lieill iiisertion, '2-'t ii. ;(iit.'ire, U inntiLli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 November 1851

SUNBU11Y AM ERIC AN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. jTorciqn New?. ARRIVAL OK TUB CAM ADA AND BALTIC. tSK WT.tt LATER FROM El ROPE. Wel'af of Kossuth in England Sailing of tht olktr 7ioignn'aiij for tht Unittd Stales. til., arrived at New York, Nov 19, A. M. The steamship Caniula, from Liverpool with dates to Hie 28th o'clock, this morning. The steamship Baltic, from Liverpool, with dates to tie 29lh ultimo, also arrived at 7 o'clock, this morning. ENGLAND. The reception of Kossuth at Southampton was most affecting and enthusiastic, as it was, indeed, by the whole population. He proceeded with the Mayor to his office in a carringe, the carriage being decorated w ith the Hungarian, American and English colors entwined. Hero he was introduced to t ho people, and made, a speech from the bal cony, which was greeted with deafening cheers. Madame Kossuth was also intro duced, and received with great enthusiasm ns were also their children. At four o'clock, accompanied by the Mayor, the American Cons...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 November 1851

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. THE CiH EAT R ISM AN ItAILWAY, The great Railway from St. Petersburg!! to Moscow, recently ripened, is in nearly a straight line, nnd 400 miles in length. The track is double, of 5 foet RiiRge, ml some of the bridges are elevated above the water from 155 to 175 feet. The bridges are of wood, on Howe's principle, nnd were built by Mr. R. O. Williams, of Connecticut. Major Whistler, of the Boston nnd Albany railroad, went to Russia in 1813, and was en gineer of the woik until his death. Then Major Brown, of the New York and Eiie road, became engineer in chief, and finished the Russian rnnd. The entire coM is stated at $55,000,000. This loeomoiivcs have also the stamp of American genius. They were built by Harrison, Winnns nnd Easlwick, .from drawings by Mj. Whistler, nnd ate outside cylinder reverse engines, nnd are intended for burniti? wood. They are 165 in number, of which 42 nre for passengpis and 120 for fiieght. The pasferger cars me 'built...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 November 1851

1!' SITNMJHY AMEIUOAN AND SIIAMOKIN JOUItNAL. If I rcre a Voice. If I tvere n irolce, a per u.ilv voice, That could iruvel the- I.lo world throncn, ! would fly on the beams of the morning litflil, ' And pfak in men with a gentle might, An.l tell thi-in in be true. I would -fly, I would fly, over hind bikI sea, Wherever a human hoint minhl lip, Telling a lale or Mnjiitni u aona In prm'o of the rijjhi, in blame of the wrong. If t were a voice a consoling voice, I'd fly on t tin wind of iiir '. The home of urn-row and guil. I'd seek, Anil ralin and truthful words t'd speak, To mv Ihrm from despair. I would fly, t would lly o'er the guarded town And drop, like I In- honuliful sunlight, down Into the hemls ol diifli'i iiul ini'li, And leach lli-iii to lixik up again. If 1 were a Voice, a convincing voice, I'd travel ilh the ind ; Ami whenever I saw nation lorn By wiirlari-. jpulninv, spile or scorn, Or hatred of their kind, I would Hy, I would fly on the thunder crash, And into their Min...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 November 1851

I AMERICAN II.. 15. MASSE R, KDITOlt AND PHOPKIKTOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. a Jfamnw iictospapcr DcbotcH to UoliMcs, WUraiuvr, SUoraltnj, jfovcfoit ana Domestic iletos, Scttnee ana the arts, aarltulturr, ittartuts, amusements, 4fcc. NKW SEUIKS VOL. J, NO. SUMIUKY. xNOUrilUMnKIM.VM) COUNTY. TAm SA'I I IJDAY, NOV KM hkii aa, istfi. OLD SKItlKS VOI,, f NO.- R I 1 TERMS OP THE ALIEillCAII. TMK AMK.KtrAX i" puMWir.. rvry Sntm.ti.y t TWO Dni.i.AUS .t HMtmin t. Ir :inl hulf ; -nfiy i.i ih uiirr. iSo piijirt iUfv utiiiu'(l unlll ALL niTruni::tm :nt Ail r'uniiiiiuMviiioh r Ip tTn n ltipiiti'f p-Hlinp t h ilii. o, t'Miiftkitu ttHutitiuii, nniM I'C l'tr l' l'AU. to 1'i.ri. Three c r imf aili.rt, iViO't tflvttii I) H i Hi irtt 'ittren I) l)i anmi e (1 )l!:ir in n Ivrntc will p:iy 1't line yctif'n uli crti:j.Mi t- liic tu'ik-;ui. On Stumir of Id Inn k. D inih'B, H 00 Kvfi v 5iil'S)''in'iit insert i"n, '-'I Out tti:i it, ;j ni'ijitlis,' ft'il fci mi'hiliH, 4in due our, (...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 November 1851

SUNBUKY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. MB. BITHA5UM AND THE SOUTH. The Savannah Georgian, and tome other aoulhern democratic papers, express decided approbation nr Mr. lluchanan't view of the slavery question, and nay thai " hit conree hat been altogether te-o southern that is to tar, loo just, to mnke him acceptable to the north for the presidency." They thus regard I bim as martyr to southern right, and, as a 1 natural consequence, some sympathy is man ifested ill his behalf. We are sorry that our southern friends have fallen into such a grievous error. Mr. Bu chanan's opinions upon southern rights would not probably lose him a vote in Pennsylva nia. There are oilier reasons why the great body of the democracy oppose him ; why he can never gel the vote of the state; why he can never be elected Presidimt, and why it is manifestly improper to oblinde bis name be fore the democracy of the nation for its sup port. We regret that there are such foimi dabla objections to one of our most...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 November 1851

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. ORIGINAL rOETKY. Lines to a Ring. Itoiitut my finger closely olingingj Little bnnd of chafed ptilil, More of charmed power bringing Than the m.niic pem of old ) Tender memories ilioti witkrst, Joys depailfil ml lest back. And the lijrlit of glruliiPM inakcnt tJild awhile lile'o gloomy truck i Thou mimmoncAt no(!pnii f rijrli t fu 1 As of yore Aladdin's rinjf, Visions of a form delightful At thy touch to being opting ) Ruby lips on me tire smiling;, Treasured limes ore in my enr, That have oft, my limns tiemiilintr, Filled my heail with rapture dear. Cniii" on thy lustre gleaming Still undimmcd I ever sen Those bright eyes thai once were bt'aitiinjf iWilh so pine a love lor me; Jlope then vhi.pi'is her iillciMions, Like thy brightness, still are tine, Jly heart warning, as relied inns Fioin the sun the stars renew. Thomyhts that thrill with deep einniion Come and go wild ceaseless loll, Waves of mein'ry's restless ocean O'er whose tides t huu ha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 November 1851

SUNBUllY AME1UCAN AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL. P o c i x ij . The Darkic'i Wedding. A NSW KKORO SONO. The bell rinj out ami many a shoot la ooiintliiiu i the) air, For Kosy May (i;i,n to-Jay Are many a happy pair ; Tie two urn omp, mi now for fun LpI'k tlnnre and sing witl e'ec. Anil cheer 1o rone will tainboiine And hour", ritrht merrily. Dun din; dons skip along, IV overseer lint none, And mini's here himself, to cheer The darkies' wedding morn. De dnnee. begins-look onr for a Mi inn ! Here runicn dn biide and groom How rnvifl dev hound at ,nuiu'a sound, Stand buck'and pib 'ein room ! Jut watch tic bride, and see de pildo Dat kindles in her eye, When, all in vain. B.tlituhi Jane Attempts lo pas her by. IVn din;; iluna skip along, le overseer am ione, And mama's here himself, lo cheer The dat kit's' wedding morn. De daneo am done now ebeiy ono Am hungry as a horse, And soon a.n seen iipmi de green A jolly spread of rourse ; Dey tlriuk and rat, and snug repeat, Till near de elose of day, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 November 1851

.Wfe . A Ml? N IT 1YJL! JLLI JUL JL J'L'i.-, ; ,:-.. t, ii'. a i. ;J I-' l';i.' OFFICE, MARKET STKEET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICII. , .-, . H. B MASS Eli, EDITOll AND PllOPHIETOR. !Ht .jrtmfls lictospaptr-DcbotciJ to 3Jol(t(cs, aftcrntttic, ttorUt, iForttfjn an Bonustfc ilctos, Scfcnee ana the arts, ftflrteulturr, tarluts, Kmttsnnnits, c. ! NKW 8 K HIES VOL. I , KO. S?. SUMlUJiY, NUItTlIUMllKllhANl) COUNTY. VA.t SATUKDAY, KOVEMItKIl 29, 18.11. OLD SKRIES VOL. 12, NO. lO. II I A 1 : I : I XJ 1 AL TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. Till-; AMERICAN in piihlishnl every Satniilay t TWO DOLLAR per annum to I" I""'1 lmlf yearly advance. No pnper aiariitilinui.il until all iirrrarnRini are paid. All commiiniciitinns or to: (its on liiiii.as rrlnlmg t" the oluee, to in.urc atlenlioii, must be l'lllST PAID. TO CLLliS. Three cpiea to one uitilress, 5 0(1 Pbvc.ii Us D.i I""" Fitieen D.i si" ml Five il llnr In mlvnnra will pny for lliieo yiu'" niili teripliou to llie Amerieuii. Ona Snunip of Irt tinea, a time...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 November 1851

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOK1N JOURNAL Trm tho Phila. l-eilfr, of tlie eat ln. THE TenRIBLIC TATASTHOPIIK 1 NEW YonK MRLAMt HOLY BCKJIEl. Tha New Yoik Herald,1 of yealerday, lias the following account of . the origin of the terribte catastrophe at ihe ScliooJ in Green wich Avenue,, oie particular, of which were published yesterday, in tha Ledger : Onf tha mntt lamentable occurrences that we have arer been called on to record, took placa at Ward school N'a. 2ft, W Green wich avenue, ppposi'.o CJiatLsMifeiitiesier-, day afternoon, when nearly fifty children lost their live, and many more were bo se verely injured, Unit in all probability they will not recover, i Wa will give trie 'facis'of the case as briefly as possible. The school house is n maguiliccnt four story edifice, with a winding staircase from the first floor to the upper landing. This stairway is not spiral, but is formed of short flights of stairs winding; round a squaro well Tim .first or ground floor is used as a play gr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 November 1851

- - SUiN liURY AMK1UCAN AND SHAMOK1N J OUJUNAJ o x c t g n N c tu c. ARRIVAL OF TIIK , ASIA. ' ' linsiok, Nov. 25. ' The monmship, Asia, from Liverpool vin "Halifax, iirrivecl Ht her wlinrf nt 44 oclrok, 'linn HflRrnoon. No nmils will bo dcsputelieil 'to llie South to night. - Tho Asia roporis thiit by thu btIaI at 'Soolhamplon nf th stenmer Severn,- ailvieos have been riH'civfit frnin Ruction Ayres to the 4ih of October, Mmiti-viileo to4 i'ie Gill, ami Kin tlu Jauirro to tho IMh. Tho nrnxiliun linops ha. I .mrr-heil into nnleVideo to tin' nsi?truici! of illf Monte4 vidian, tlen. Oiibe in sniil to bi hemmed in between Montevideo nuil Cli'n. fiiima. Ai the latest dates he was nrranpin terms Tor surrcnilerius: !, which win suppnsi'il svoul) ba aerompli-hed, l.y himself anil stall TPCuiviu-34 llieir passport for Buenos Ayres : the trwini to becomo prisoners. (1cn. Oiilie wii-tted paspirls for all. but was lefiied. ; It was reported that (Jen. Oiibe sulrijuetilly . i soaped on board her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 November 1851

".. V "-m.il,. U.U) 1'. '.'...J . . IMll' SUNBUHY AMEKICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOU11NAL. -i .r . A Chriitmai Pudding. A Metrical Reoeit AfiM Kitchener.. AlI--"JcNNETTK AND J EANNOTr, 3.ut IfVon'wfth fo makt the pudding in which " "every one delifjhls,- Of six prelly new laid eggd, you must take ' ' the yolks and whites, Bekl them well up in a bnsin till they thor oughly combine, '' ' . And be on in yon chop the euet up purlieu . larly line. - Take a pound of well-stoned raisins, and a pound of cnrranls tlriutl, A pound of pounded augur, nud some can died reel beside, Rub them oil' tip well together with a pound I ' of wheatcn Hour, I And lot them sland to settle for a quarter of a An hour. I Then tie the mi.vtuio in a cloth, at.J rt it in a pot, Some peoplo like the wuler cold and some preler it hot ; But though I don't know which of those two ' pluns I ought to pi a iPo, I know it ouuht toboil an hour for every pound it wei&hs. O ! if I were Queen of Fiance, or still bettor Pope of Ro...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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