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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 January 1852

TO ppv TV 5 I) s R I AMIR f! A N H El El 1 0 II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 1 jTamlla ilctoJpapcr-Dctootrt to jiolftfcs, aftrrnture, fttoraUis, jFovclon an Domestic ilctos, science ana tlic arts, aorfculturr, Markets, amusements, ct. NEW SEIilKS VOL. J, KO. jg. SUMH ItV, NOUTJUJMIIKIILAM) COUNTY, l'A.j SATUK11AY, JANUARY 10, 18.13. OLD 8KIUKS VOL. 12, NO. 10 TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THE AMERICAN in published cvrry fnturtiy nt TWO )OI,lAK9 per milium to he paid liulf yenrly in dvnnce. No jmper discontinued until all hi rcauigus urn paid. All enminiinicfitiont or lettpm on linn'mi' Mining to the office, to insure attention, must le lOsT TAIL). TO CIAliS. Three enpiea to one aildresR, f 5 00 i Seven r (MK ! Fifteen D bo tfOOO Five dollnrfl in ndvnnee will pay for three yeur's ub criptiou to the Ainericiin. j 'Oil Suiitire of 10 linrs, 3 times, l-.veiv Piilfc(.'(iit-iit iiiNfilion t 'lie qimru, it iimiittm, ix inonihs, One yeur, lusi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 January 1852

GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. T tht Honorablt the Stnatort and Mcmbtn oftht Houtt of Reprttentalivtt of tht gen trot Assembly : Fi.Low.CrTi": In the abundanca of out harvests, the universal health of our peo pie. and ihe maintenance of peace, rnl indi vidual and social prospeiity, are to be found new motives of itratitude to the Father of Mercies, who holds ourdestiuies in hi hands. That grateful homage, acknowledament of our dependence on his Almiphiy Will, it be comes us most cheerfully M rentier. Never, in the history of the Common wealth, has there been a period of more prosperous tranquillity. The citizens of tho Sinte, aside from oilier sources of contentment, have nt last realized that a cause of disquiet, which has for the last twenty-five years oppressed ihnm. is n boii I to be removed. A beuiniiitiif has been made in the practical liquidation of the public debt. On the 1st of Dec. 1848, the amount of the public debt was, $40,542,379 31 On the 1st of Deo. 1851, the amount of the publ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 January 1852

SUNMJUY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOUBNAL. ORIGINAL POETKY. For the Amtrtrnii. SWATARA FALLS. V started in the morning, the gtars as wet with ile.t, The golden sim had tint yet risen, to lingo trie my vet nine ; Up Mahuntangos' hilly road, we onward made our way, In hope to tee 'Swnturu Fall" that hiippy summer day. "We oon arrived at West Wood where the river glides along, Ve aw lliemerry mill wheel turn, and hoard its cheerful sung, And w-e thought of lust September, as we g;ij.l on iuin near Of thiit avalanche of wattr-i, iht swept de struction here. We now are near ' Llewellyn" and we see the gfussy mounds Enclosed by yon moss covered fence, around the Ouiying giound, The uucient dome of the old Chuiuh, seen family llnucii-h the pines As their brandies wav e sj gently in cool and pieusant winds. Time passes eu, and Uiv we ride upon the pleasant kill, Where Howeis (tun in beauty fair, along the ahudeu nil, The fealheied songsters all it round are waib ling it) their 4; Iff, As they p...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 10 January 1852

SUN15UUY AME1UCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. A STIUNG OF IT! MS- Linen. Jctk nn To Remove Ink rno.M editor out i f hi" shirt. ' At 10 years of ago I he will reign ; at 30 the wit; t 40 the judgment. In Alstrarl, N. II. "a girl of 17" weighs 4S0 pound. - Nutmegs are grown to some extent in Caltlcrma. Tub Hartford Light Guard give$100to Ihe cause of Hungary. A Affecting Sight. To see a young man swapping kisses with a pretty girl. Dhatii is a silpnt yet powerful monitor. Heed its solemn lessons. An epitoh out West nays that if "lime in money," he is willing to exchange n liille of his for the "hard." A Steam Carriage Co., for pTitnk roads, hns V"vn formed in New York city, the capi tal to ronsist of $100,000. "If five and a half yards mnke a Pole," asks l'unidi, "what will make n Hungarian 1" Kossuth answers A league." Contemptibly Small. Thn Ciiy Council of Richmond, Va., have revoked their invita tion to Kossuth. Thk American Pies', penerally, cl.ns Louis r.'iipeloon among the rankest de...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 January 1852

-..- ir ?flir"",""H 1 -f:r ... .W1?"TI" . ..-, -IS, '"!- .e , r.t. I ' " r e 1 ..... 1 i ,. ... .. :. , ; ....a U N B U 1 if II. B. MASSEK, EDITOR AND PHOP1UETOH. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. ft JFiimfln icto jp;tptv-Dcbotc5 to 4Jolftfcs, artcrnturr, itforalfts, jrorcfan mm Domestic ileitis, stfcntc ant the Elvts, Ptovltulturr, IHnrbtts, amttstments- TC N KW SKHIKS VOL 1, NO. J3. 5UM1UIIY, NOIM IIUMIIKIM.AM) COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, .fVMVKY 17. I85. old sKitiKs vol: ia. noj it. TEEMS OF THE AMERICAN. TflK AMK.UIC.W Id pillili.liril every Satlliilny Ml. TWO DOI.I.AUM per milium lo lie puiil half yearly in ndvance, No pupi'i liiiwmiliiiaeil unlil all urrumiKV un paid . All cnminunipnti'Mis nr letlcrii on lutein'-- reluling t" the office, to insure iitteiilion, iriuit li POST I'AIU. TO CI, I' US. Three conic, tn one .iltlrc-.., f .'ill" Seven LW .l H KiiWii Hi !)' " Five d'illrn in iiitvmiee will t-iy for (hive year's null .crip;i"iito Ihe Aiiicricini. Our Snunift if ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 January 1852

SUN BURY AMERICAN AND SHAM 0K1N JOURNAL. ' ' fENNSYLTANIA LCGtftLATLRE. Washington, Jan. 10, 1882. ttKAts:. -The journal having been rem! nd ft' number of petition presented, the following bill were read in place. , By Mr. Packer, a bil! lo repeal the 4th ftnd th wotiohtof the law to prevent kid apping. ; , By Mr. Sanderson, bill lo provide for the immediate 'Completion of the North Branch Canal. By Mr. Forayth, t bill relative to the State Library.. ... , j , , ( ' By Mf.Frailey, bill relative te foreign attachments, ami a bill io insetporate the Anthracite Bank at Tamaqoa. Variout reaolution were passed, among thera one directing the printing of the Gov 't J mot1 Veto Message." '- 1 " ' ' ' ' ; Mr. Kunkel ofrerei lhejoljuwiiig .prem '"' bJe and reaolution : , . . Whereas, Gov Kossuth,, in reply to the invitation lo visit the Capitol, hn expressed hi intention to. be here on Tuesday next, . the 13th inst., therefore . . Resolved, That a Committee of fire be appointed to act with a ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 January 1852

SUNHUUY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. California News. ftXEVEl DAYS LATER FROU California. ARRIVAL OF THE DANIEL WEBSTER. HALF A MILLION IS GOLD. Ntw York, Jan. II. Tho atrRmer Daniel Websler, from San Juan, whence slm sailed on the evening of the 11 inst., ami Havana the afternoon of Ihe 6th inst , arrived this forenoon. She brine dales from San Francisco to the 15th of 'December, 2&5 pasweiu'fM, ami $560,000, pricipally in the hands of passen gers. The United States steamer Sarnnac, Com Diodore I'uiker, arrived at San Joan on the lot inst., and her viiit wan supposed to have reference to the recent outrage upon the ftramship Prometheus by the Brilisli brig of war Express. The event created great ex citement at San Juan. The British Admiral has ordered the biis-of-war Express, from San Juan to Kind lon, in order to investigate the commander's conduct in reference to the Prometheus. The papers contain contradictory stati" ments relative to the gold discoveries in Ihe Bear Valle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 17 January 1852

af SUiNiiUny AMEltlCAN AND S1IAM0IUN .TOUKNAL. ) o c t v g . - ' : - From the fttHf C. Itll'Jr Wldei ' THE BATTLE OF LEANDEN. -fftoM.tH OVI!KAt OF fEBAOOGtje. ""The Summer'aunn was (inking low jv'Tlie boat and mules wero moving alnvr 1?, -jr. A "teaming heat corl'J round the flow Vj 0 waters, standing Vapidly, . . ., 'But iih ! r found a heavier plight. Ere the clock told the "noon of nil t s Er the dull lamp had ceased to light I .,.', '-P1"- hearth's pi.lluUd scenery. - f'.; " iiy millions (ev'ry tiirtfl and grade.) " Knob, bed-ltiip drew hi sanguine blade, And hupping fl'ips then s Ives array 'it, . To join the bloody rvrelry. Now ronnil the berths our limbs ,. . driven, , 'Like bmtgh. that bend by tempest riv'n ' And sharper than by thoinsare given. So thrust the rd art i I Km y , The contest deepens. Many a brave Who sought !or trophies, finds a grave ; For finger nails, by Crtishinir gava ' A Jumper lo their chivalry. 'Tis morn ! Bnt when yon rising sun "Proclaimed the clay, I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 January 1852

. .hpt .... , it -.,1 vi 'J ft n:f t-: ' Ji ll. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PllOPlUETOR. OFFICE, MARKET gTREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 1 JFamfly ilctojpajJtr Dctooufc to JJolftlts, aftcrntuic, XlloinlUj?, jfovcfflu anH Oomestfc ilctos, science ana the arts, aurlculture, iiiavtuts, amusements, 5fcc NEW SEH1KS VOL. 4, NO. 41. 8UM1UKY, NOUT1IUMI1KIU.AM) COUNTY, PA., SATUHDAY, JANUARY 9 I. 1859 OLD SERIES VOL; a, NO. I8i MR ni . lit ill i i i ii ii n . i i 1 b TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TIIK AMKMOAN f. pulill.unl every ttnturthiy nt TWO DOI.I.AKS per annum tn lie paid hull' yi-ally III ..ilvume. Nu paper di.'oiiliiiiiwl until all nrri'nnigi.-. un paid . All communication, or letter, on Imsini-.. relating ti Ih. office, to lii.ur. attention, must be POST f AID. . TO CLLbS. Three conies to one adore.., '5 Peven . Do K'liO Filteen Do U" " ' fciv dollar, in ailvsnea will pa)' for tlnee yeal'. uli cripii'iii to tiie American. One Sounte of til line, 3 timu.t Kverr .ulieeqneut iii.erliunt One ftqunr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 January 1852

rEMMaviiVAMia s-koislatirk. SENATE. MomdaT, Jan. H I85S The Speaker announced the following wending committee ; Financt Mubleobere, Packer, Meyers. Trailey, M'Caalin.. 1 Judiciary Kunkel, M'Murtrie, Guernsey, AliAlenbeif, Crebb. Accounts Forsyth, Evans, Slifer, Hamlin, Haslett. ' ' i ' ' r ' : ' J'u6ii 5 uiJJmgi Darlington, Corolhers, Slifer. .. Estate! and JTsrAfcfi M'Murtrie, Guern ay, Kankel, Hoge, Sanderson. Pensions and Graluiliet Carton, Hamil ton, M'Farland, Cinxer, Shimer. , Cororoiom Ilaoleit, , Mutthias, Jonea, Fernon, Buc.kalew. Lifcrarjf Malone, Corolhers, Carson. JBanJb Crabb, Malotie, Frailey, Robe 1 1 on, Sbimer. Internal Improvements-'-Packet, laslell, Forsyth, Barns, Evan. Election Districts--Robertson, Darlington, Bailey, Buckalew, Hamlin. Retrenchment and J?corm--Meyers, Ham ilton, Carsor, Hamlin, Fernon. Education Carother, Matthias, Dailing ton, Packer, Hoge. Agricult:nt and Domestic Manufactures Kinzer, Meyers, Shimer, Robertson. Fulton. Mititta M'Caslin, Packe...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 January 1852

REAIMNO HAIL ItOAD RKI'OBT. The annual Report of the President and Manager of the Philadelphia anil Reading Rail Road Company, wai presented to the StocVhol lera, at their meeting in Philmle' . phia, on Monday, the J2th inst The fol lowing is carelul abstract of its most important parts : RECEIPTS or THE ROAD Travel, 127,S0, equal to 57,593 through passengers. $152,431 64 ' Fieight on tncrchandice 63,807 tons, 123,672 34 Do. Coal 1,650,270 tons, at 1221 cents 2,018,870 79 8,400 00 9,955 63 United States Mail Miscellaneous receipts Deduct working expenses, S2. 314.330 40 gil, 183,936 61 Net profTl foi the year, One year's inter rst on coupon bonds, 594,072 00 Do do bonds and mortgages, $12,612 00 $1,125,393 79 606,684 00 109,847 28 Renewal fund, 716.531 28 Dividend fund for the year Which has been disposed of as follows : Dividend on pre ferred stock, $110,131 00 State tax on do do 5,506 55 For balance at ilubit of interest ac count. 43,527 2S jinking funds, 100,000.00 $408,862 51 25...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 24 January 1852

SUiMiUAiy AMKiaCAN ANP SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. o c trn J m .., . THE EXILE. A Pilf.t'.m from the Eastern sbor, s Stood on Nevada' strand, A tkr was in Ms hiiher e, jick- in bis hand , A ihf was in hit hiiher eye, -And In hia left, to match, ' : There would have been another tear, but for healing patch. And other pa'ches too he wore, Which on bis garments hunjr, And two were on that ill-stitri'd spot, Where mothers smite their young. His hat, that was a "Cottar" once, Was broken now and dim And wild his bearded features gleamed from out that tattered brim. Thfl Pilgrim stood, and looking down Aa ono who is in doubt, He sighed to sea how fast that pair Of boots was wearing out ', And while he filled an ancient pipe, Hia wretchedness to cheer, He stopped with hurried hand to pick A flea from out his ear. Then spake that Pilgrim from the East 'I am a wretched man ; For lust of gold has lured mo to The shovel and the pan. 1 saw, in dreams, a pile of gold Its dazzling radiance pour No more my v...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 31 January 1852

f. M R IllR AM EE 1 i 0 II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. " OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. a jramflg ilrtuspapcr-DcbotcU to 3JolWcs, JLftcrnturc, iWoralfty, jfovrtflit nn Domestic iletos, Sbtttntt an5 the Girts, siflrfculture, .JWitrluts, amusements, c NEW SEMES VOL. 4, NO. 1."S. SUM1U11Y, NOUTIIUMHEKIiAN 1) COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 31. 1839. OLD SERIES VOL. ?, NO. It. i 11 ii ii i u 11 . ii TEEMS OF THE AMERICAN. Ifrtta AMERICAN I. publisher! every flntunlay at rtW) DIH.I.AKH per annum tn he pair! hnlf yearly in dvnc. No paper discontinued until all arrwrgs are ' All eomrrmnieatirois or letter, on bwniteM relating tn tlia office, to insure attention, must be PUtT PAID. TO Cl.L'US, Three copies to one address, 9 j IK) (even 1 l) 10 (Ml Filtfen AM Pel till IN Five d"ltar In advance will pay for three yent snli scrip.i.m tn the American. One Sniinm rX It) liti.-a, 3 tiin-9, 91 On Kven suliseiinenl insi-rtiuii, , 1 ne Siimre, 3 months, Him Six niuiiilis, 4-0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 31 January 1852

f S9" SUN BURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. I iTorcigw c tu & ARRIVAL OF THE A EM 1UCA. YHRCC DAY LATCH tRH Etnt)K. trtlcv.lr las Bsrralaa ( tk An. JLXOUBO REVERSES AT THE CAPE OF GOOD , HOPE. , ' Htirix, Jan 85. ' The steamship A luetics, from Liverpool, with dale to I he 10th inst., arrived last eight it ll 'clock, bringing three days later intelligence and 2J passenger, It of whom are for Boston. The America has encountered for the . last ten days a teriea of very severs westerly ales. France continues tranquil. The prOTiul Ration of the new Constitution had been postponed for ten days. It waa reported that Lord Normnnby, the British Minister, had a sections nnsniidet standing with the President telative to Bel pium. and was about to return to E 'c'and The fund had fallen in consequence, one per cent. The intelligence from the Cape of Good Hope is most disastrous to the Btilish forces. ENGLAND. The distention of the English Cabinet is deemed t be inevitable. After a Cabinet...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 31 January 1852

iff- f -v :"" 'V'" SUN BURY AME1UCAN AND SHAMORIN JOURNAL. COUNT BATTHYinT AXDROMVTH. Prince Esterhasy and Count Batihyany, associates of Kossuth, hate each published letters respecting Kossuth's claims and char ftctar. It is bat fair that all sides should hare s. hearing, and so we publish the con luding portion of Batthyany's letter: 'Yes, I repeat, Kossuth himself was sin cerely desirous of keeping up the connection with Austria on the terms that had been greed to. Bui when the umleihand practi. S-s that had been constantly e trried on could no longer be eoneealed ; w hen unexpected blows were dealt in the dark wiih the inten tion of wealing Hungary out and exhausting het strength and patience in fruitless strug gles, then it was that Kossuth's impetuous and restless temper and the inherent weak ness of his character and laxity of principle predominated over his better feelings. Am bition, and a hankering after notoriety, and the suppleness with which he always yield ed to the mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 31 January 1852

j? -Kyi, SUN13UUY AMKKICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. GRANNY GRAY. A PARODY. ' ' Shs wat all that fancy' art could paint She was ugly he was blind ! Bui bar heart was soft an apple auce Oh, she ever was kind ! 1 loved bet tarta as boy ne'er loved ; Ah, love without decay I But her tnrts and pics are now no more Alas, poor Granny Gray 1 Her pastry was paraded O'er a stall of spotless white Her rows of cakt s Hint apple Engaged the enyer sight , That pastry I no longer asc, That stall is in decay For her heart, her heart is. cold in death Alas, poor Granny Gray I I'e grown from youth lo manhood's prime, I've travelled far and near ; But the memory of my boyhood days Must long be cherished here I And when each charm of life is past, May memory fondly pay A tribute of regret fur her Whose name was Granny Gray. A STRING OF ITKMS- Two thousand eight hundred and sixty persons, on an average, die every hour. It takes only 74 hours to travel from Bos ton lo Augusta, Me , a distance of 180 miles. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 February 1852

. .. i : . mil .0 .1 IV, iV 1. V IL B. MASSER, EDITOR, AND .PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. a JMntdy jicta)pniJfi-Dct)otcli to iloltucs, liitciatutr, lornl(iy, jfoitlou an5 Domcstfc sums, Science ant the arts, aarfculturr, markets, Amusements, c M'.U SKHIKS VOL.. J. NO. 40 UIUJ..Y. NOItrilUMMI'.ltl.ANO COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, FKIIRUAH Y 7, 1839. OLD SKK.K8 VOL. 2, jfW, g0' I l II II JUL JL eWW 1 JL 1KMS OF 1H.K AMERICAN. TIIK AMKIUCAN is piililialiwl every flntunlnr at T'V(I DOI.I.AKSI per (tmifiin to lie pnl hnlf yearly in ..ilvniHie. No paper riiK'iiitiiiued nnlil all arreuragva are paid. All commniiiralhmi or letter, on hnsine rclming t" 'the ntrke, in insure attention, muM he rile r I'AlK TO VUVti. 'Three copies to one aiMreas, 5 CO 'Seven D. Do UMIO Piitesn L" UJ Kive liillars in ailvanea will pay for line, yeai'a aml 'crip'.iiw lo the Aineiiunn. One Souaie nf IA tinea, 3 time., tl 00 fcvety aMle(Heitl insert ion, i.3 i Hie Square, a month., 3HI ni.i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 February 1852

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. Crsvaepornlcnre of the Phil. Tjerffrcr. LETTER FROM WASHINGTON. I Wsswikot, Feb. . t hava just seen t new gold dollar piece tent down from the Philadelphia Mint to tho Han. George J. Hetwton, Chairman of the Committee of Ways and Means. The eain eaoMsts of a flat ring, on which there k a superscription, but no head, as the place j Tor putting a head is cut out. ' The only ob jection to this kind of coin is the detrition, lo which it seems to me, it must be very liable. On the other band the coin may be carried on a string, a most convenient and safe war of carry inn money. Half-dollar gold pieces, not yet called for by any law have been sent down, and look very pretty. THE AMBRXCA1T. .' ! . : SUNBURY. ; . .- SATURDAY, FEBRUARY t, ISM. ' H. II. MASSER, Editor and Proprietor. t'NBURT AND ERIK RAIL ROAD. I ft.SS.ll CONOR ESS Flrat Imln, Hie amendment of Mr. Packer, of Ly. Washihqto", Feb. 4, 1852 coming, to the bill, now befora the Senate, Mr. Sto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 February 1852

SUN BURY AMERICAN-' AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Jo reign txo 0. j . ARRIVAL OP THE ' HUMBOLDT. OtJR OATS LATER FROM EIIIOPE, Desyetle Act o( Lsals Naoe'eaa Tbs Ptatioa. , ol eaarts Asollsaea. ! CORN ADVANCING. - ' Halifax, N. S., Feb 2. The Crystal Palace bad been entirely tired of its contents. !t was thought likely in London ihnt dun ardo would replace Normandy an Atnbns lor to France. " V Lord Normandy had arrived in England m Paiis. The London Newt of (he 12th of January, aking in relation to the Prometheus, rays t the British Government will express te Cabinet, at Washington, in frank and nly term, their regret of what has oc red, aisj testify in a matked manner ir disapprobation of the aggressor's con. t. That matter may, therefore, be cou jred ai amicably settled, 'he President of the French Republic has ed decree dissolving the National irdt throughout the Republic ; but it is e reorganized when the government miiy m it necessary for the maintenance of lio order. In such rases the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 February 1852

I -w'.n is t SUNHUHY AMERICAN AND SH AM OKIN JOURNAL. 1 P o ctr . , NIGHT. ar henry w. LoNoricLLow. 1. , Th" ly gone, ami th darkness Falle from lh winy. of night, A a feather is wafted downward. From an an eagle in ita flight. I Sffl the lifrhtu of Ihe .'Gleam through th rain ami lit mist, And a feeling of sadness comes o'er me, That my soul cannot resist. A feeling of sadness and lousing, That it not akin to pain, And resemble sorrow only As mist resembles tain. Coma read In me mmt poem, Some pimple and lif-ailOlt In y, That (hall south Ihe heartless feeling, And banish the thoughts of day. Not from the grand old mestois, " Not from the bards sublime, Whose distant footstep echo, Through the corridors of time. For, like the strains of martial music, Their niijjhiy thonnhiK sceet Life'a endless toil and endeavor .. And to-night I long for rest. Bead from some bumble poet, Whose notes gush from his hearf, . As showers from the clouds of summer, As tears from I lie eyelids start. Who...

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