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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 25 May 1844

SUNOTKY AMERICAN. Pit ICES or ADYKllTiaiyu. t square 1 insertion, . f 0 60 t do 1 do . . . 0 75 I do 3 d 1 00 Ery soWquent Insertion, 0 t Yearly A4fertinrnenti one column. i23 1 half II. B. MASSER, JOSEPH EI3ELY. ? Pcauarisas Ana $ PaopaitToas. . It. JHJtSSEH, Editor. Office in Centre Alley, in the rear of 11. D. Mai tt'r't Store. THE" AM ERICA IM" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till ALt arrearages are paid. No subscription received for loss period than six mouths. All communications or letters on business relating to the office, to insure attention, Diust be POST PAID. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL: cotumn,$16, three squares, ft3j two square. 9 ; one squire, Half-yearly 1 one column, fin ; half column, ; three squares, $8 ; two squaies, f 5 ; one square, $3 60. Absoluto acquiescence in the decision! of the majority, the vital principle of Republic, from which there is no appeal but to force, the vital principle...

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. — 25 May 1844

ufix. cass cpost Tim awsuxation of TKXAI, Washimton, Mf y 10, 144. To the Editor of the fl.Wf. Sir: The t following letter having heen submitted f0 my disposal, ask of you to give it an immediate publication in your paper, lam satisfied tttnt you will toke pleasure ir. complying with this request, that the public may be apprize! of the sentiments of another distinguished Democrat upon the interesting r.ibject to which the Irt fi;f rotors. Your cjrnp'iattcp will much oblige yours, Sic, W. T. Coliu itt. Dbtroit, May 10, Dear Sir : In answer to your inquiry, whe ther I am fovorablu to the immediate stinexs tion of Toxae to the United States, I reply th.it I am. A youdemand my opinion only ot thi measure, and briefly the reoaona which infln erica mo, I shall confute myself to these point. I elm II not dwell upon the policy of uniting coterminous countries, situated like ouri end Texas, with no marked geographical feature to 1 iliviJe them, and with navigable streams pene-1 tratuig the t...

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. — 25 May 1844

a much greater influence with his fellow mem bers than most of thoie whose name wore daily in the newspaper. On my retarn to Congress in December 1914, having been absent between three and four years, I still found Mr. Muhlenberg in the House j and with a reputation greatly increased and an influ ence greatly extended. In the war which had leen waged, in the meantime, by the Bank of the United States against General Jackson, he was a pillarof strength in support ofthe adminis tration. In the hour of deepest darkness, when that corrupt and corrupting Institution was bring ing all its forces into battle against the hero and Vhe sage who then administered the Government, and when many weak disciples quailed and ma ny even deserted the cause of Democracy, Mr. Muhlenberg stood the mure firm amidst the fear ful conflict. To him belongs the distinguished honor of having moved and carried the previous question in February 18:11. thus terminating the Hank panic war which had rnged for more t...

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. — 25 May 1844

Ll - ' - M 1IAXK XOTU 1, 1ST. The rHowiiiK list shows the. current value of ill rVnnaylvnnia Hunk Note. The mort Implicit re ianoe m.iy le placed uprn it. as It Is every week jomfully compared with, m d cot reeled from Dicls lell'a Reporter. Hanks la F juIlatTclpliIa Nam. Due. i J'HItAI). par . . par par par t pur t par par par par pat par LociTio. NOTES AT F A R. flank of North America . Bank of the Northern Liberties , Commercial Bank of PcnnV . Firmer' urn) Mochanica' Bank . Kensington Bank . Philadelphia Bunk S.-hiiylkill Hunk j'outhwnrk Bank . . Western Bank . . Vcchanics' Par k . . Manufacturers' & McchanUV Bank Country FJniiUii. Hik; of ''hestcr Conntv Westchester par par par par pur par par ITjn't of D;! iwnrc County b.ink i f l.t-rrr.antnwu Rank rf Mon'comery Co. foyte!n"n Bank Ess-ion Hank Farmer' Hunk of But kg co. t.'ffioe of Bank of Penn'a. Office do do Office do do Office di do Cheafvr Oormnntown Norris'own Doy. stown Easton Hri-tol Harrihtirgt Theso Lnncistir I of...

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. — 1 June 1844

TERMS OP TI1K " A!)li:itICAi." H. B. MA8PRR, JOSEPH EISEI.Y. ") Pcausmtn ajib PaoraisToaa. . It. .rt.1S.SHit, Editor. Ojict in Centre Alley, in the rear vf It. B. Mas . ser't Stare. THE AMGRiUA V' is published t very Satur day at TWO DOLLARS por annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin tied till a Lb arrearages are paid. . No subscription received for a lea period than six month. All romniunicationii or letters on business relating to the office, to insure attention, moat he POST PAID. -1 " .!..!. . I !.. aausAavM v NOT MAHRIKD V K T. A PorrtAii Sono F.Y Oto. P. Morris. I'm single yet I'm single- yet ! And years have flown since I canio out ; la vain I nigh in vain I fret ! Ye gods ! what are the men about ? I vow I'm twenty oli, ye powers ! A spinster's lot is hard to bear On earth aone to pass her hours. And afterwards lead apes down there. No offer yet no offer yet ! I'm puzzled qtiite to make it out ; For every beau my cap I set, What, what, what are the men a...

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. — 1 June 1844

From tfit Nal'.villt. L'nitm. CUn. Jackson anil Annrailnn. Wts ptosrnt our readers to-day with another letter from Gen Jackson onth subject of imme liate annexation of Texas to the United States, in which he brings this important question Wore tho country in iti true light. Thii lottrr comes forth at the urgent request of General Jackson's numerous friends, who have addressed him of lite, and expressed a desire to know if his senti ments have not changed in regard to annexation, since so much information has been brought to bear upon this great measure by the letters of Jr. Tun Buren and other distinguished men of our country. HiftMiTAOf , May 13, ISM. To tfie Et:tor of the Vninn. Sir : I am induced to address you this letter, because I have, within a few days past, received letters from many of my friends, who have ex pressed a desire to know whether my views in rlat!on to the policy of annexing Texas to tho United States have been changed by the light which the subject has receive...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 1 June 1844

The convention then adjourned at half-paet 1 o'clock, to meet again at half-pist .3, when it was resolved to proceed with the balloting. AFTKRNOO SESSION. The convention met at holt-past 3 o'clock pursuant to adjournment, when the nominations ?re made and the ballotting commenced. We have on'y time to give thu votes as far as they have progressed. BALLOTINGS. 1st 2nd 3d 4th 5th 6th 7th Van Buren, 146 127 121 111 103 101 99 Cats, 83 91 02 101 107 Ufl 123 Johnson, 2t 33 3S 32 S9 23 21 Stewart. 1 1 00 00 00 00 00 Voodbury, 2 00 2 00 00 00 00 Huchanan, 9 11 17 20 1" Calhoun, 6 C 2 1 Necessary to a choice, 176. After the 7th ballot, a motion was made that Martin Van Buren, having received the major ity on the first ballot, be declared the nominee of th(s convention, the mover s'ating that if it was refused the convent ion would be dissolved. One of the Pennsylvania delegates then no minated Gen. Jitckson. Great confusion arose. The President pronounced both motions out of order. An appea...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 1 June 1844

n A X K xoti; LIST. PEWSYI.V.4XIA. The following I'"' hnw the current value of nil nnylveni Bunk Note. 'Die ovs-l irr-plicit re snce nny he placed upon it, , il i etrry trr k srcfully compared with ai d corretieJ ftotn Bii k .ill'i Reporter. lianks lu lMiliadrliihh). t Hum I1AMF, I.BCATIO-. 1'iiilad. par par par . par pur t pur pur . pur par par par NOTES AT PAH. 'link iif North America . Junk of llm Northern Libertie . ' Jommcrciiil Bank of Penn'ii. , r'urrnera' and Mechanic' Dank , Kensington Bank . I'hiladclphia Bank "Miiivlkill Bunk . . , H-mthwark Bunk . Western Bank . . , Mechanics' flank , Manufacturers' & Mechanics' Hunk Country llnnk. flunk of Chester County Wratchra'M pur par pir par pur psr par Hank of Delaware County ll.ink of Ocrmnntown Hank of Montgomery Co. Ooylesfnwn Bank Kaslori Bank Chester Germantown Norrislown Doylestown Faston Farmers' Rank of Buck co. Bristol ' fW of Bank of Pcon'. fhVe Jo do Office do Jo Office Jo Jo MOTES AT 'ar.k of the Uniud Slatea' ;ia...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 8 June 1844

I. H1E1 I BW..1. . -I I U I..I.IJ . 1 P H. . IP H 'a -i l'lUCES OF AltVERTISl.. t square I insertion, . J0 f0 1 do do . . . 0 7A 1 do 3 do - . . 1 00 Every subsequent insertion, 0 5 Yearly AavertisemenU : one column, f 25 ; half column, f 18, three squares. 12 two squares, f 9 j one square, $ 5. Half-yearly: one column, $19 ; half column, $12 ; Hires squares, f 8 t two squares, J5; one square, fl SO. Advertisements left without directions as In the length of time they ire to be published, will be continued until order! out, aral charged accord ingly. Cj-Sixteen lines make a square. TERMS OF THE ' AMERICAS." SUNBUI&Y AMEMCAN. H. B. MAS8KR, JOSEPH EISELY. 3 PcBltSHIBS ASB PaoraiiTons. JT. If. TMSS, F.iWnr. Office in Centre Ailty, in I he rear of II. D. Mat ter'l Slore. THE " AMERICAN" is published every Satur Jay at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for less period than iti Ko.uit...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 8 June 1844

History of tU Slave Trade. A great man; valuable cway have recently mde their appearance in the leading foreign -view. The Ednhurg number for April con ( tina i article Stunh d on a work published liy i Mr. Bvidinell, under the particular auspices fLori Aberdeen, the British Secretary of State for foreign affair.. From it we derive the following information. The African ilave trade owoa its origin to the Portugese. In 1112 an expedition wan tilted ut by Prince Henry, third aon of John the 1st, of Portugal, and placed under the cumrnanJ of Uonzalr a Daldese, and this officer brought home tpn negro alavoa, the first ever ecen in western Europe. Two yrare afterwards, an association was for med for the purpose of obtaining tlavra, and these were sold not only in Portugal, but other countries. After the discovery of the West In dies, the trade increased rapidly. In 1507, fif teen years after the discovery of Hayti, the na tive were victiina of the most horrible outrages, tud it is said t...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 8 June 1844

A Hhort Biography of Jamea K. Polk, The Candidate or the Democratic Party FOR the Presidency. Since Mr. Polk has received tlio nomination of the Democratic party for the office of Presi dent, the events of his life and his public ca reer have became matters of public interest. Wo find a brief biographical ske'eh in the New York Plebeian, a Democratic paper, which pur ports to give the public career of this gent Io nian, which we transfer to our columns for the satisfaction of those who are not so well acquain ted with the history of his life and action. Mr. Dallas is too well known in this communi ty to render such a biography necessary, and wherever he is known he is generally admired and respected. Mr. Polk, it will be seen, was born the 2d of November, 1793, and is therefore in the 49th year. Mr. Dallas was born on the 10th of July, 1792, and is therefore in his 52d year. These are ripe ages, when the intellect of the individual has been matured by knowl edge and experience, and ...

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. — 8 June 1844

U A TV K IVOTt LIST. rF.xxsii.r.4i4. The following lint shows the. current value of nil Vnnsylvvtia Rauk Notes. The most implicit re mee may he pi nee J upon it. as it Is retry tceek jrefully compared with and corrected from Biik ell's Reporter. lltinkfl In Philadelphia. Disc. i Nk. Location Vmn, NOTES AT PAH. 'lank of North Antrim . , pur ank of the Northern Liberties . . par i'omm, reial Hunk of Pcnn'a. . . par FSrmera' mill Mechaniea' Dank . . pat Censirgton Bank . , par r'hilade'nhia Bunk , . ; par -Vhuylkill Bank . . , pir 'iiilhwork Hank . . . pir Western U.mk . , . pr ifrchnniru' Bank . . pir Manufacturers' A. Mechanics' Bank par Cwnntry Danh. 'lank of Chester County Westchester par ttnik nf Delaware County Chester par I ink of Or-rmantown Oermantown p'ir nnk ol Montgomery Co." JNnrristown par ! vlestnwn Bank Dnylestown par '"aston lliiiik" Eastoo par r' turners' Hank of Ducks CO. Bristol par 1 il'ice of Dank of Pcnn'a. Harriahurg These 'tffire tlo do Lancaster I nfl'ices I'l...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 June 1844

TERMS OF TUB " AMERICAN." II. B. MA8SEK, JOSEPH EIsELY. ? PllBLISHF. ARB S PHOraiETOKS. . It. n.1SSRH, EMtor, Office in Centre Alley, in the rem- of It. D. Mas ser's Slore. THE" AM eTuiI" hTpublished every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yeurly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrrarugea are paid. No subscriptions received for a less period than six mouths. All cominunicationa or letters on business relating to the office, to insure alU'lilion, tniiM he POST PAID. You Itrmrmlirr U Don't You I py TIIOS. 11 A Y.N ES rtAII.Y. You remember the time when I first sought your home, When a smile, not a word was the summons to comp, When you called me a friend, till you found, with surprise, That our friendship turned out to he love in dis- old. SUNBUffiY AMERICAN. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL; Absolute acquiescence in the decision of the majority, the vital principle of Republics, from which there is no appeal but to force, the vital principle and immediate parent of d...

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. — 15 June 1844

.4 t'lif.il anil .hiioit Kucnpr, Tlie .W.iiliariiptoii (Mass ) Democrat ol June 111), contains an account of n curious, but peri I ms accident which occurred a few dny since in that vicinity. On FriiJwy m t r 1 1 i i tr las', at the eilk factory of llm Norilisrnpion Associa tion, a buiMing four stone i in height, Georg-e Washington Sullivan, a young man connected with that association, went out on the roof fr the purpose of picking tip a mineral which ho had accidentally dropped there while stand-i-iijr in the belfry. To secure himself from fall i'ttf, he tnuk o(T his shoes. Notwithstanding this precaution, after descending the roof a few rtep, finding himself Flipping, ho took ofT one of his stock ings, but whilst attempting Intake nirthe other, his motion became so much ac celerated that further efforts to save himsell from the fall were useless. "IT? then with remarkable presense of mind, rolled himself over upon tlie roof whilst he whs sliding, in order to prevent falling iion t...

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. — 15 June 1844

V- S '"I l.i . i . 111 P. TKXA QtJK.STIO.RKJICTIO OP THK THH.1TY Mil. IIEXTON'S HILL. Washington, June 10, 1814. The Senate in Executive session, on Saturday evening, rejected the treaty for the annexation of Texas. The vote upon the question of con firming it, was as follows Democrats in italic. Yeas Messrs. Atchison, Bagby, Breese, Bu chanan, Colquitt, Fulton, Haywood, Henderson, itugtt, Lewis, McDuJfie, Srmpte, Sevier, Stur. geon, Walker, WaotTbnry. 16 Nays Messrs. Allen, Archer, Atherton, liar row, Bates, Bayard, Benton, Berrien, Choate, Clayton, Crittenden, Dayton, Evans, Fairfield, Foster, Francis, Huntington, Jarnagin, Johnson, Mangum, Merrick, Miller, Morchead, Nil, Phelps, Porter, Rives, Simmons, Spragne, Tall madge, Tappan, Upham, White, Wright, Wood bridge. 35 Immediately after the rejection of the treaty. Mr. Benton, in open Senate, introduced a bill for the annexation of Texas. The Bill is in the fol lowing terms : "Be it enacted that the President of the United States ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 15 June 1844

i 4 rt k o t i: i, int. The f illowing list show:! the current value of nil Vnnnvlvanirt bank '.id-. The m.-l implicit rr iance m ay I placed upon il, as it i- nrry irtrk arrfully compared Willi ai J corrected tiom l'i k li'll's R. poller. Ha II Us In lMiikKl. Ilil:i. , . ' lh Mr. Ii kiuc. i.ocatio'v. NOTTS AT I A R. rtitilt of North America Hunk of the Northern l.ilwrties Commercial pHiik of Penn'a. . Farmers' ninl Mechanic' Ballk . Kensington Il.uik Philadelphia. Hunk' . . Schuylkill l!:ink . . mil!ivnrk Hank . Western Rink Mechanics llnnk . Manufacturers' A. Mechanics' flunk Country ICiinks. I'll I L A I). pnr . nr r i par par . l'ir pnr . par pur pnr par AsriHY fit IIOCAP, HAT iV, CAP MAMIPACTUHUUR, So ii lli I'.nsl eorutr rf Market and 4th fits.. Philadelphia, I I'SPECTFl'LEY inform the pul.lic that they ' will poii-tunlly krei on hsnd n Inrgs assort ment of lints, Caps and Tur?, to suit the fall trade, of the Let quality. Hy Ft riot attention to luifi ni m, ntul by selling the...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 June 1844

TERMS OF Tlll'l" AMERICAN." II. D. MASSER, JOSlini EISEI.Y. ? rtIHt.1RHr.R8 Attn S PnoPHiKTom. It. It. .rt.lSSEil, f.dilor. Office in Centit rtilty, in the rear of II. B. Mat ters Mure. TUG AMElTfUAN" is t.ubuslied cverv Salur day lit TWO DOLLARS per annum to he paid lull yearly in advance. 1N0 paper discontin ued till all arrearuges ate paid. No subscriptions received for a less period limn nix month. All communication or letlera on business relating to the otlkc, to insure attention, lust be POST PAID. i. ' . .. . - i 1 8 ATl'ltDA Y NIOIIT. The Blubbering Boy't Appeal to hit Mercihxn Mama. Oil ! why must my face he washed so clean, And srrubb'd and drench'd for Sunday, When you know very well (as you've always seen) 'Twill he dirty niain on Monday. My hair is stiff with lathery ronp That behind my ears are dripping ; My smarting eyes I'm afraid to ope, And my lips the suds are sipping. They're down my throat, and tip my nose, And to choke mo you seem to be trying ; That I'll shut ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 June 1844

lmrOVfc".RY OP A PI BOS OF AM 1 Hrmin4 or thr Celebrated Pirate, Cap run Kinn'ii Vrosri.. On Monday we were invited la inspect, nt the office of Mr. A. (i. Thompson, Wall btreet, a piece of ordnance, re cently rtnied Irotn thu bed nftlie river, nt the month uftlio race, a little almve Verblank'a Point. It is of the carronnde class, about thrre feet long, capableof carrying about 21 lb. phot, nnd such ns were very frequently used onboard of vessels from the time of Elizabeth to the ear ly purt of the reign oftJeorges. It has n largo handle nt the breech, where it measures up ward of three feet round, and a heavy square night over the mouth ; altogether, a very differ ent instrument of warfare to thoeo used at the ptecnt time. There are circumstances attending this dis covery which may not bo uninteresting to ma ny, fietween the years 1093 and ITtHI. it mny be ien:mhcred that the wholo of this coiat wan mfeaied by pangs of desperate pirates and free (motor, or buccaneers, as they were...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 June 1844

FOR THE AMERICAN. Ureal Democratic Meeting 400 Tresent. Mn. EntroR : Having attended the Democrat ic meeting, held on the evening of the 14th inst., at the Public House of Jonathan Pursel, on the road leading from Northumberland to Danville, I send you the following information, for the use of your numerous reader. The audience, up wards of 400 in number, was composed chiefly of Farmers, Mechanics and Laboring men, from Sunbury, Northumberland, Danville, and the ad jacent country. About half past eight the meet ing was organised on the green, in front of the house, and the following gentlemen, vi. : A. Jordan, C. W. Hegins, B. K. Rhonda and A. C. Fisher, Esqrs., after repeated and enthusiastic calls, successively appeared upon the stand and addressed the numerous assembly. As each speaker came upon the stand he was greeted by 3 cheers from the audience, that man ifested the most ardent zeal during the speaking, which continued until near 12 o'clock. Fre quent, long and loud cheers w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 22 June 1844

( laMstiVisrllVV II A X K K O T H LIST. rnxvsYiv aii. The f dlowing list shows the current value of nil Pennsylvania Hunk Notes. The mot implicit ro iance nmy lr placed upon it, as it i every urrk carefully compared with and Corrected from Biik icll't Reporter. Itunlift 111 IMilt;ilc1ilil;i. i Disc, iw lliUKt LOCATION. I'll I Lit). par . par par . par par i par par p:ir par . par NOTRS AT r A It. Hnnk of North America . Uank of the Northern Liberties , Commercial Bunk of Pcnn's. . Farmers' nnd Mechanics' Dank . Kensington Bank . Philadelphia Hnnk . Schuylkill Bank Soiithwaik linnk . Western Hunk . Mechanics' Rank . . Manufacturers' fc Mechanics' flunk Country IlnnUo. Hank of Chester Cnnnly Westchester par prir P'.r par pur par par Unrik of Delaware County Hank of ('ermanlnwn Bank of Montgomery Co. Doylfntuwn Hank Easton Hnnk Chester (iermantown Norristown Doyk'stowu Easton Farmers' Hnnk of Bucks co Bri-tol t Ml'irc uf Hnnk of Pei.n'a. Office do do Office do do Oflico do do NOTES AT ...

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