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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 August 1844

Ti:iUIS OF Till MAMKH1CA." H. B. MASSER, 7 Purlibrsns and JOSEPH EISEI.Y. $ PnopBitTOBg. Ml. tl. JIMSSIM, Editor, Offiet in Centre Alley, in the rear vf If. D. Mas ter's Slvre. THE AM Euro A IS" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLAUS per annum to bo paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages ate paid. No subscriptions received for a less period than tux mouth. All communications or letters on business relating to the ollice, to insure attention, roust be POST PAID. STUNBOTY AMERICAN. riiici: or Aiivi:itTisicj. I tqirare I insertion, I do a do I do :t dj - fn f.O 0 7.1 1 00 0 2 Every iuWqne nt iiisrrltrn, Yearly A s"ertisentrnts t ono column, $25 ; hulf ND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL; column, f If", three siiunrm, f 12 ; two squares, f 9 ; one square, $Ck Half-yearly : ona column, 1 18 ; half column, $12 ; thrro square, f 9 ; two squares, $h; one square, $3 SO. Advertisement left without directions as to lbs lenuth of time they iro to bo published, will bs con...

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. — 3 August 1844

From the V. S. Gazette, Tornado at Cimmbcrihnrgi Dear Brother. Th town of Chambers burg was visited yesterday by a storm that will not be forgrtten lor a long time. About 3 o. clock ituho afternoon a tnost violent storm of wind came up from tlie north-west and lasted only a tew minutes, but in this short time the destruction wis frightful. The large five etory paper hiI1 on the Falling Spring and Conoco choague creek, the property of Dr. S. D. Cul bertson, was entirely destroyed, and now lays a mass of ruins. -There wero nineteen persons rn the mill at the time it fell, all were taken mil alive, but some of them so dreadfully injured as to leave no hope of their recovery. The names ara Dr. S. D. Culbertson, Edward Culbortsou, John Culberlson, (sons of Dr. C ,) Samuel Reid, Reid, (sons of C D. Reid and grandson of Dr. Culbertson,) Philip Craver, Michael Cra ver, S-iiunel Fry, Lewis Doebler, Jacob Mellin ger, Peter Henuebcrgtr, Edward McCliotick, Fiia-bi Taylor, Catharine Kerr, Caroli...

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. — 3 August 1844

Swaixowino Tin Evidence. Sailors are proverbially grumblers, nnd even when well treated are very apt to find fault Their pro visions good or bad, and sometimes they are bad enough in all conscience, furnish an everlasting subject of complaint ; they are never ao good as they were the first voyage." We lately met with an anecdote of Judge Peters, of Philadel phia, having a bearing on this subject, which is too good to be lost. Complaint was tnnde to the Judgn in behalf of the crew of a vessel who had made a voyage to some port in Russia that they had been fur nished with bad provisions. While tlie coun sel for the seamen was arguing the cause, one of them stepped forward, and drawing from his pocket a piece of bread, the color of brown soap, presented to his honor as a specimen of their fate. To persons accustomed to fine wheaten loaves it appeared disi;u9iing indeed, and the bystanders, one and all, cried shame to fill men's stomachs with 6iich unwholesome aliment. The Judge applied...

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. — 3 August 1844

II AX li xoti; 1, 1ST. i'i:sii.v.ii. The following list shows the cnrrcnt value of nil Pennsylvania Rank N.ttf. The most implicit re iHtirr miv he placed upon it, a it is ferry week Mrrfnllv compared with aid corrected from Bick nell'i Reporter. Hank In Plillnclclplilti. Nak. Location. PlSC. I Philad. inr par par . pnr . pnT ; il pnr pnr psr pnr nr NOTES AT P A R. Hsnk of Nor ih .America , . liank of the Nortliprn Liberties . Commercial Rank of IVnn'n. . , Fhtiim r' and Mechanics' Bank . KeimiKflnn Bank . . Philadelphia Dank Schuylkill Hank K.-iiithvvnrk Bank . Western Hank , . Mechanics' Bank . . Manufacturers' A Mechanica' Dank Country Itniikn. flnnk of Chester County WestchcsteT Hank of Delaware County Chrstnr Bank of (iprmantnwn Germnntown Bank of Montgomery Co. Norristown Dwlrstown Bank Dovlestown Raston Hank Easton pT par pnr par pnr pnr pnr TlK-se offices Farmers' Hank of Bucks CO. Bristol I Birr I "g J i J ' OffW of Bank of Perm'. Harrisbuig Office tlo uo Iinncaslr Hire do d...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 August 1844

ti:rms op tiiu amkricax." II. 11. MASSEK, JOSEPH EISEI.Y. ? PuBi.iHBrnn ARB S pRnrni tTom. II. Jtt. .ttJtSSEH, t:Htor. OJict in Ctnlre Alley, in Ihervarvf H. B. Mat ter's SI ore. THE" AMERICAN" is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLAK3 per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages ate paid. No subscriptions received for a less period than six MoifTU. All communications or letters on business relating to the ollice, to insure attention, must bo POST PAID. FAITHLESS KKI.LV GRAV, BY TOM MOOP. Eon Battle was a soldier bold, And used to war's alarms ; lint a cannon-linll took olThis legs. So lie laid down his arms. Now, as they bore him oil" the field, Said he, "let others shoot. For here I leave my second leg, And the forty-second foot !" The army suraeon made him limbs Said he, "They're only pegs, "But there's as wooden members quite As represent my legs !" Now Ben beloved a pretty maid, Her name was Nelly Oray; So he went to pay her bis devo...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 August 1844

)' Hi Aiiiftrica.it It'.mlmssy in China, We have been favored with the lutcut and tillott information received in thi country from the American Embassy in "China. The letters by the Prubusare dated l'.ttli March last. Mr. Nmhing, Mr Webster, and fill others of the mtaiim officers and -crew of the Hrandywine, wore .in jjood health. The Brandy wine hnd a healthful but not a rapid voyage from Hombay to Macao, where she arrived on the tilth of Vebruary, wholly escaping the diseases which i'ecimaled the crews of the Columbia and the John Adams on the same voyage. She went by the Ciimbray and Gallcgo passages. There is nn excellent feeling in China tn wnrd the people of the United States. The Chinese generally call tis the "flower flag na tion," (hwa hi) mistaking our stars for (low ers and express great regard for tho Americans in contrast with the English. Mr. Cushing felt much confidence that the mission would succeed in all its public objects. The legntion had taken a house on shore a...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 August 1844

From the Boston Morning Post I'AI.lfflXliT.si HICfiTK,n....(JOV. POLK AND THIS 1KNS10.KHS. The federal editors have coined base slanders relative to the votes of James K. Tolk, touch ing compensation to revolutionary soldiers and their widows. The editor of the Ohio Statesman lias taken the trouble to procure extracts from thejournal of the House of Representatives, show ing the falsity of the federal charges. The evi dence which the editor of the Statesman has col lected is official and we hete subjoin it : In House of Representatives, Thursday, April 27, 1820. The house proceeded to the consideration of 'the bill for relief of surviving officers of the ARMY OF TIIK RF.X'OLUTION. A motion was then made by Mr. Mitchell of Tennessee that the further consideration of the said bill be postponed until the first Monday in July next. And the question thereupon being put, it was decided in the negative yeas '19, nays 121. JAMES K. POLK voted with the Nays to sus tain this bill. (Sec House ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 August 1844

It .1 K XOTi: LIS T. rnwsiM'Axii. The following lisl shows the current value of all Nmiisylvjnia Bank Nutcs. The most implicit re 'anco may I placed upon it, as it isrrery week arcfully compared with and corrected from Dirk lell's Reporter. Hunk lu IMilliuUlplila. , Disc, tw I'HiLtn. NOTES AT PAR. Sank of North America0 . . Sank of the Northern Liberties . Commercial Dank of Penn'a. . . Farmers' an1 Mechanics' Bank . Kensington B.iuk Philadelphia Hank Sirhiiyllrill Dank Sniitliwark Hank . . Western Hank . Mechanics' Bank Manufacturers As Mechanica' Bank Country llsmk. Rank of Chester County Westchester pnr pnr pnr par pur pnr pur par par par par par par Bank of Delaware County 1l.tnk of Germahtown Bank of Montgomery Co. Doylcstown Bank Chester (crmantown Norristown Doyleatown I" us! on par pur l';'r Easton Bank Farmers' Bank of Burks ro. OJlice nf Bank of Penn'a. O i Vice do do Ollice do do (tll'ice do Jo Bristol I"" IIarrishur( These Lancaster I olfices Beading f ilo not Easton J i...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 17 August 1844

TEitms or Tiir, AairnicAx." It. 1). MASSER, I PuBLisHrn !i JOSEPH EISEI.Y. S PiormTOR. H. It. .n.lSSEIt, Editor. Office in Cc nire '"SUttnlJit reivrof It. U. Ma' se'r's Store. THE" AMEKICAN""iiiVublisheJeTerjr8atur iday at TWO UOLLAKS per annum to be put J half yearly in advance No paper discontin ued till ill arrearages ate paid. No subscriptions received fur a less period than six mouths. All communication or leticia on business relating to the ollice, to insure attention, must bo POST PAID. From the Albany Paily Advertiser. THE SPKCTIIK COON. Air '"Cork Lrg.'' I'll sin? yon a son?, without any flam, In Ashland there lived a funny old man, Who every morning said ''lam The mighty chief of the Coonery Clan!" ltitoo, ralloo. ke. For several years this man was bent, On being elected President ; So in order to give his feelings vent, He swore ho would run, and at it he went, Ri too, &c. He mounted his nn; one bright summer's day, And cracked his whip, with "hurrah for Clay!'1 lie s...

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. — 17 August 1844

hicti 'latter branch he became citrenicly emi nent, lie wi the aulhorof celebrated work.' m this subject, and was inneh esteemed in Eu rope and America for his botanical researches and liteiary acquirements. For many year he corresponded with Mr. Jefferson, with whom ko coincided in political opinions, as well as in philosophical pursuits. In 17S0 he removed to Lancaster, where he re aided until his death, which occurred in 1815. in the tJ'Jud year of his age. lie was greatly beloved, highly esteemed and deeply regretted by a tuimeroua circle of friends. Ukmiv Armaria Mvm.F.NnKfia, tho eldeM enn of Henry Krnest Muhlenberg, was horn at lneaster, in I-ancaster county, Pennsylvania, in 1782. While Vut a youth of filteen or six teen, during the Reign of Terror ami the con test which resulted in the election of Thomas Ji'U'crson to tho Presidency, ho was an activ psrti.m of the Republican party. Tim lcmo cratic principles nnd feelings of his venembh unindliithor, his father and his uncle...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 17 August 1844

CALL OP THE STATU CONVICTION. tt will be seen, by tho abjuined proceeding,' that the Democratic State Central Committee! have promptly performed a aolcnin and impor 'tant duty. Their action will, beyond all doubt meet the cordial approbation of the whole party ADDRESS (ir Hie State Central Commiflee. To the Democracy of Pennsylvania ! It has becomehe painful duty of the Demo cratic State Central Committco to announce to their fellow-citiscns the death of their distin wished candidate, HENRY A. MUHLEN BERG. In tho midst of his family, surrounded by liie friend, and apparently eijoying a vigo rous health, he was suddenly struck down by apoplexy late in the evening of Saturday, the 10th of August, 1911, and soon ceased to exist. His kindred have lost a cherished object of af fectionate veneration his country has lost one. of her wisest, purest and most useful sons and his republican associates havo lost a champion of whose private virtues they were proud, and under whose auspices they ...

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. — 17 August 1844

aaweJU'1-.-j ' II INK KOTTti MST. n:XSYLT4Ii, The f !UwiriR list shows Ihe current value of nil eiiiisyl.uiut Bank Notes. The most implicit rc- inure miy re plarnl upon it, a it i every week ttrefjlly compared with ti'd correclej from Bitk- ell t Ki'iiiirtcr. Itauks In IMillatlcipliln. Name. Location. NOTES AT PAR. Hank of North America , Bank of the Northern I.iliertirs , Commpri'isl Rank of Pcnn,a. . F Hrnurs iinJ Mechanica' Bank Kensington B.mk . Philadelphia Dank Schuylkill Bank Sonttiw.vk Hank Western Bank . . Mechanics' Bank , , Manufacturers & Mechanics' Bank Disc, ti i'HILAtl. pur . par par . par . par ; par par par par par par Country IlanUfl, Rank of heater County Westchester par par par par par par par II ink of Delaware County tt.mk of (iermnntovvn Bank of Montgomery Co. Doylcstnwn Drink Chester (Jrrmaiitown Norris'own Doylestown Easion Esslori Bank Farmers' Hank nf Burks CO. Bri-tot OfT.ee of Bunk of Pcnn'a r),Tire do do i Aire do do Oilice do do NOTES AT Harrishurg...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 August 1844

ti:iis av Tin: .oir.mc a.'' H. 1J. MASS Kit, JOSEPH EISI'-I.Y. PuBLIRRKHI AStl Phmprktohs. it. .n.issEit, tumor. OJJice in Centre Alky, tn the rear uf 11. D. Mat ter's Store. THE" AM EH 10 AV in published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to tie p j ill half yearly in advance. ISo paper discoiitiu uoJ till all airiarngt-a are paid. No subscriptions received lot a less period thin six Mo.nns. All coimnutiicalimis or li-ticrs on business roli i n t; to the ollicc, to insure atluntion, mum he POUT PAID. TO nMM.li D R M A, would that I might C TJ smile ns onre T! I, Ami bid my troubles 15 E Z and calm once more. I N V much tlioso happy hours, That time in blest U A, When you for me culled Love's sweet flowers, And said they'd ne'er D K. 'Twas but an M T tale tT told, As 1 can phiinly C ; For your I looks dull and cold Whene'er it rests on me. X M N well my wounded breast, Nor jeer my hapless fate : Your P T might, if once confessed. My griefs X Hi V . 1 C U R -2 15 -M d l'y 0 so ...

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. — 24 August 1844

"i-r ,fflwniij'-j-muj-T';ri1 1DIA It l It II bill Oil (U M MIOKS. The mode in which India rubber, or gum rdmes nro manufactured at Pur, in Hrazil llie place from which, wc believe, thry nro obtained exclusively is (litis described in letter to the N. Y. .liMirnnl of Commerce from nu Auieiicnn citiaen who visited the interior where the ope ration is carried on ; "We found Sohnor Augehra's fini!y, like himself, very hospitable nnd very talkative. Af t r dinner we were shown over Ihe place, ami enterm? the neighboring forest, were shown the canulrhonc tree. Thry crow, in general, to the height of forty or fifty feet without branch es, then branching, run up fifteen feet liiylmr. The leaf is about six inches long thin, anil shaped like that of a peach tree. Tim tiers shew their working by the number of knot, or hunches made by tapping ; and a singular fnrl is, that like a row, when most tupped, they give most milk or snp. An the time of operating is early day, we were obliged to content...

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. — 24 August 1844

FOR TIIK AMSRICAX. Truly Astonishing- Political Curiosity. Mr. Editor have hoard it said that the whole force ofthe Whig patty was to be put in action in the Thirteenth District, which, by the very liberal distribution of documents, the quan tity of speeches delivered by itinerant Whig preachers, and their living kindness for the people-, seen) to verify this charge. What led me to make these remarks, was a Whig meeting held nt the House of Mr. George Conrad, in "Old Augusta," of which I am a resident. Passing along, previous to the meeting, I observed a call Tor a "Democratic" meeting. Being one of the "Old Jefferson Democrats of Augusta," I imme diately concluded to attend. What do you think my astonishment was on my arrival at the op pointed place? I will leave that for you to imagine. As a coon curiosity, I candidly be lieve it will never be surpassed. Behold! as I entered the house, I espied a large assomolage of people, amounting in ull to 1(5. I soon per ceived the deception ...

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. — 24 August 1844

It A X li. X OT i: LIST. rr.xxNvi.v.ixii. The f .Mowing list shows the rt'Ti-nl value of all iVnnsvlvania Hunk Notes. The most implicit rr laricc may he. placed upon it, m it D re-fry utek nrrfully compared with at d corrected limn H'uk- "ll's Kt purler. tlauks in riiil-iric Iphln. N.MK. 1 .OCAT.O. V.'"'' " 1 mun. NOTES AT PAR. ft ink of North America . , II ink ef thrt Nortlirrn Li'.ortirs f'-iinmivrnil Hank of IVnii'n. . , Firmer mid Mechanics' Hunk . Koustngtnri H.ink . . pnr par par par pir par pnr par par pn par Fhila.l, Ipllia H:lllk huyll.ill Dunk S .uthwrirk Hank . . i stem H ink . , Mechanics' Hank . . Manufacturers' V Mechanics' Hank Country lt.iU. Hank or iiPstiT County Hank of Delaware County H.ink of (Vr'nanhmn Hank of Montgomery Co. ivlrstow n Itatik I'.stiiM Hank Farmers' ltiink of Ilurk co. i b'ice nC Dunk of IViiii'a. 'iliro do da Or'iee tin Jo Olfico do do We.tolicstcr par p.ir Chrster (irrm.antotvri Nnrri s'ntv n Doy ItstoWii Fusion Hlistol llainsoufg l J lie-r le...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 31 August 1844

tkums of Tin:' A!ii:uii;a. II. U. MASSEK, JOSEPH EISEI.Y. PUBLISHERS ARB HOPRI BTOIIti It. It. tlMSSHK, KiHtnr. Ojflct in Ctmre Alky, in tfit rear of If. D. Mat ter't Store. TH E " A M EKIUAAi " is published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS ur annum lo be paid half yeurly in advance. No paper disconlin ued till ALU airi'arages are paid. No subscription received fur a less poriod than six mumths. All communicatiuiis or letters on business relating to the ullice, to insure attention, aiust he POST PAID. 'THAT SAME 0 1.11 COON." A Very Mournful F.lrRy. Dedicated lo the Melancholy Wlilgs. Tt.NK "Old Grimes." The coon is (load that same old coon, Ve ne'er shall see him more; A long ftir coat of mottled grey, I.pon his back he wore. He used to roam about the States, To barbecues and shows; He had two ears upon his head, And smellers on his nose. At routs and meetings, day and night, His aid was e"er iistore ; lie sat sometimes upon a tree, Sometimes beside the door. Fnt death, which comes t...

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. — 31 August 1844

MILITIA FISliS. A great many inquiries have rrcently been madn respecting the col lect ions of militia fines, nnd tho rinht of Cjlrectnrs to imprison delin quent. Tho fallowing Utter from the Attor ney General will answer many of these inqui ries : ATroRNrY GrNrau.'si Office, t 1'hilailn., Aii),'. 2:M, 114. $ Km. I i'ackrr, Esj., Auditor Gcmral. Dear sir: I hud the honor to receive yester day , yours of tho 21sl instant, inclosing a let ter (mm J. II. McCuuloy, E-q, Clerk of the Commissioners of Franklin county, contiining inquiries in relation to the constructions of cer tain (Kirlionsof the actof the C.'jiIi of April lust, in relation to the collection of militia fine, and hasten to answer the same agreeably to your request. These requests arc: First. Can tlm Com-tiiiss-oners of the county exMicrate a man for poverty, or must the Collector imprison htm ! Second. Can the Collector arr st minor, or are their parents liable for their fines 1 Thin!. Will the State pay the costs ef ar ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 31 August 1844

ton. TH AMERICAN. Revisit to Snnliury. Ma. EoiTon : The sentiments conveyed in the following lines, arose in the mind of the sub scriber upon revisiting Sunbury, after an ab scene of nearly three year : Three years hare past, three long, three weary years Of hope, love, joy, of pleasure and of pain, Of aonl-enobling hopes, of blighting fears, And now I stand on thy green banks again, My beautiful Sunbury. Once again, I tee thy hilly barriers round thee crowd ; 1 hear thy Sabbath bell boom o'er the plain, In solemn cadence, mournful, sweet, and loud, Like saintly warnings from some passing cloud. 'Oh, I hare stood and looked with solemn awe, Upon the Thunderers massy Alter, when The trembling earth received the overthrow Of blackening water ; and confess, that then I felt a holy joy, as I surveyed The stringlcss bow of promise overhead ; And turiied with purer heart to Him who made Niagara's dread voice, whose tones sublime Shall ne'er be hushed, or stayed, throughout all time. And I...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 31 August 1844

II 4MH X OTi: LIST, I'KWSll.VA.Ml. The following Kl shows lite current vnlu of nil Yrvnsvlvanin Hank Notes. The most implicit re ianee may I- jilacnl Uxin it, a it is errry intrk mrefnlly compared with i J corrected from flick acll's Reporter. ItuiiUs In lMillnilt-Ipltln. Stmt. Locatio. V.'"" NOTES AT TAR. Clink of North America . , Hank of the Northern Liberties . Commercial Rank of PennV . , Firmer' and Mechanics' Bank , K disunion D.uik . I'hilnihdphin Bank , . -Vhuylkill Hank Viuihwaik Bank , , Western Hank , , Mechanics' Bsnk , , Manufacturers' & Mechanics' Batik Country Banks Mink of Chester County Westchester It.ink of Delaware County Chester II ink of Ccrmniitovvn It.ink of Montgomery Coi IViylotiHn Bank i.K'oM Bank V rmiT- Dank of Bucks co. i )Vn p (,f Bank of Penn'a. par pur par par par par par par par pur par par par p:ir par par par pir 'Hire t'lricn Office lid do do di ilo MITKS AT "ii k of llie L'niicd States' - i nk of I'oiiii Township f.iranl Hank Viivemciising B...

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