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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 September 1848

- NEW SERIES VOL. 1, NO. TCnitlS OF THE AMERICA'. .. tllK AMERICAN it published every Satnrday at TWO IK)LLAR8 per annum to lie paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. All commanicatinns or letters on buinrw relating to the omce, to insure siiaititii, niu.i ne rirci i-aili. TO CLUBS. Three copies to one address, 85 00 Seven Do IV) luou Fifteen Do ' Do so 00 Five dollars in advance will pay for three year's subscrip tion to tne American. One Square of 18 lines, 3 times, Kvery subsequent insertion, ( me Square, 3 months, Six months, One year, ttunlnrn Cards of Five lines, per annum, Merchants and others, advertiaina by the year, with the privilege of insertieg dif ferent advertisements weekly. IV Larger Advertisements, as per ngreeiuenl. fioo Si 37.1 fl(IO 300 1000 E. B. IvTASSEFs, 'ATTORNEY AT LAW, SUKBUHV, PA. - BiishiPs stieiulej to in the Counties of Nor jliuml I'Haoil, Union, Lvr-ormng- and Columbia. Refer ol P. tc A. RoyornT, li(ivi &...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 September 1848

ARRtVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP BRITANNIA. MS PEEK'S LATER IJHELLIOENCE. ARREST OF SMITH O'BRIEN. no riGHTiflia. j The Britannia' arrived at Halifax on tho 31th inst., at 13 o'clock P. M., and left for Boston at 9, A. M., Inst Friday. She arrived at her wharf, at thjr latter city, at 1, P. M ., having made the passage in fourteen days. "The Britannia passed the Acadia at 7, A M., on Friday, about forty miles west of Halifax. ; ' The Niagara made the passage home ia 10 days and 17 hours. ' The steamship Sarah Sands, Captain Thompson sailed from Liverpool on the 7th instant, her regular day. .' i The Bunna Vista arrived at Halifax on Thursday, P. M., and will leave for Boston on the arrival of the next English steamer. The state of affairs in Ireland has material ly changed, though every day seems to les sen the probability of any serious outbreak That this unfortunate country is not now plunged into all the horror of a civil war is not to be attributed to the disinclination of the people to...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 September 1848

SUNBUll Y AMERICAN. AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL. FROM IIARMSBUItG. DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION AT t; - ' HAIllllSBCRO. After organizing, the Convention met at 2 o'clock on Wednesday the 30th ult. The Convention then proceeded to ballot for Go vernor. Balloting, st 2d 3d 4lh Longstreth. 48 52 60 63 Bigler, 28 29 27 2! Black, 28 25 25 30 Eldred, 9 7 Charnptieys, 6 6 Fleming, 1 Bank, 2 The Convention then adjourned. Thursday, Aug. 311, 1848. ... The Convention met at half-pant 8 o'clock. The name of Judge Eldred, was withdrawn. The fifth ballot was then taken and resulted as follows: Morris Longstreth, 83 James S. Black, 25 William Bigler, 23 Morris longstreth, having received a ma- jority of all the votes cast, was declured duly liominuted. C7The Whig Convention, on the same day, nominated Win. F. Johnston for Gover nor, without opposition. fCT- We understand that Gen. Wm. A. Pe trikrn hns been nominated for Congress, by Ihe Conferees of this distiict. Correspondence of the Public Ledger. T...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 2 September 1848

(From the New York Spirit of the Age , , i ... BONO Ot THE MOSQMTO. ' Huzz ! huzza; ! For many a day ' " f . ' Well hidden I've been From the light, I ween ; But the time hath come ' When my ceaseless hum . - Shall fill with fear, ' Thoae far and near, Mine' a glorious state : I know that hate " Filleth every breast, V Af I mar the rest Of young and old, Of timid and bold, Aa I gaily aing, On ceasleat wing. That song which never peace doth bring. Oh, who oan guess the mosquito's mood, When he dippeth his trunk in the ruby blood 1 , Which he madly sips From beauty's lips, In the silent night, When all is bright 'Neath the clear moonlight ; And though such daring my doom me death, What incense so sweet aa beauty's breath Can ever wave O'er an early grave 1 Then merry and wild in life I'll be, And that ruby lip be the tomb for me ! Manitfactvrc.of India Rubber Shoes in Brazil. -A number of blacks, bearing long poles on their shoulders, thickly strung with India rubber shoes, also attra...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 September 1848

NEW S EH IKS VOI- I,' NO. 9 TEetBIS OF THE A!HI;bIC4. THF. AMERICAN is pnMuheu1 every Sotunlny at TWO DOLI.AHS per annum to be puid luill yenrly '" onvuucc. No paper disCHitinucd imlil all arrcnrnirca ore ifr. AH communications or letters on business relating to the office, to inture attention, muit be roST PAID. TO CLUBS. Three cipics to one address, 85 00 Hevcn Io 1 . WOO Kifleen I I StiOU Five dollars in advance will pay for three year's lubscrip lion to the American. Due Square of 16 linn. 3 times, liverv suliecquein. insertion, One Square, 3 months, Hix mouths, One year, Business Cards of Five lines, per nnmim, . Merchants and others, advertising by the year, with the privilege of inscrticg dif ferent advertisements weekly. if Larger Advertisements, as per agreement. tlOfl ts m ars 5(10 300 1000 ATTORNEY AT LAW, SUITBURY, PA. Himiuess eitciided to in the bounties of Nor (l.uirl rrlaml, Union, Lycoming and Columbia. Refer tot P. &. A. BoTOl'DT, " l.nwr it UsBRO. I Somkms Hbo...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 September 1848

THC WA TH TaEXTY WA9 COXSl'MMA TED. A correspondent of tho Now York Sun, writing from Mexico, gives the following account of the nr-gotiations respecting the Treaty with Mexico, which if true, are very disgraceful. Wo do not believe, however, that Gen. Scott would knowingly lend him self to any such intrigues as are here stated : From the New Yoik Sun.J When Mr. Trist arrived here, ho manifes ted a disposition, or rather.determination, to carry out Mr. Polk's instructions to the let tor; which, had he done, the late treaty would have been consummated, "but all of Mexico would have remained happily in our possession, a just indemnity for tho expenso of blood and treasure to which she had put us. When certain parties', and need not hesi tate in naming Mcintosh and Gen. Scott as principles found that Mr. Trist was for onco inclined to official integrity, it was determi ned tonssault him at two delicate and tender points, to wit: his vanity and pocket. Ho wa by much artful persuasion, l...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 September 1848

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Latest JVcws. .The Steamship Washington, arnved at New York on lha 6th inst. The potatoe rot is making sad havoc in many parts of Ireland. Whole fields are literally blackened over, with decayed vines. There was a small rise in grain, and if the weather should continue unfavorable, there will be a further advance in price. In France some further plots have been developed. Led rue Rollin and others havu been charged in being concerned, in the in surrections of June lasf. Irish Letters. Within the last three or four weeks, says the New York Herald, ma ny instances have been shown us whore let ters from the interior of Ireland, directed for persons in this city, have been opened, and in some oases extracts clipped, as if scissors, from them. These referred to coming from Ireland, are to the humble classesof the Irish servants and laborers, who are at a loss to account for the procedure. Hon. Horace: Mann, of Mass., lins written n letter declining ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 9 September 1848

j CAVAIONACi . .And shall the bloody wavo again, , Dissevering freedom' bravest men, , Dash all ashore 1 and civic fight Demolish wrong, establish rightt . Alas! it must be ! Well foa France, Awakening from her frantid trance, he finds at last a virtuous man To regulate her rushing van. Never wilt thou, aage Cavaignae 1 Pursue Ambition's toituous track. The shade of Glory seems to tend That way, but melts before its end. What name more glorious than was his Whoso life midway went all amiss t . He well surveyed the battle field, But ill what that soaked soil should yield Losing the train that limped behind, He lost all energy of mind ; Like smitten viper, now aloof To bite, now crushed by hnel or hoof. Mindful of Washington, who hurled Back from the new the worn-out world. Remember, First of Alci! ! that thou To thine own heart hast mado the vow That France henceforward shall be free, Henceforward is her trust in thee. fi'alttr Savage iMtulor. A Dinner in 1661. ' I dined with Sir W. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 September 1848

NB l. , , 'l H H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, CORNER OF CENTRE ALLEY & MARKET STRjcJ jrm fletosp.iper-Drt.olrt to BoUtfosy ttrteraturr, jaornlUB, jForifflii an Bomrstfc iletos, Scfcnce an ihr arts, acrfcutturr, ittarftets, amuscnmus, c. NEW 8KRIRS VOL. 1, NO. 33. SUN'nURY, NORTH UM B f R LA X D COUNTY, lA., SATURDAY, SEPTKMRKR IG, 1848. OLD SERIES VOL. 8, NO. fllh lit 11 fG j- TERMS OF TUB AMERICA'. THE AMERICAN U published every Satardey .1 ! TWO DOLLARS per amain to be mid If yearly i advance. No paper dieoontawed ntil u arrearegce ere paid. A&e'omme.HeaUone or teu.r.. tasum nhung to tb. office, lo ineure atteution, mut be POST FA1U. TO CLUBS. Three copies to on address. A 00 Wen Io . vo iuuu Fifteen Do . . . Five dollare in advance WiU pay for three year's subscrip I Urn to the Amerieen. One Squere of Hnee, S timee, Kvery eubiequent insertion, One Square, 3 monlhe, Ki month, One year, , .. Au.incM Cards of Five lines, per annum, Merchants end others, adverti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 September 1848

THC CCkV AftD FIIXMOnE MEF.TISQ NEW YORK. Clay nomimteB for the P residency. Tho meeting advertised hi the'Sg Honry papers for llio purpose of CIS a .'very large Clay for the Presides ho Tribune say V collection ot pw present. Two distinct 000 perse organized. Willis Hall presi n,e'cr the main one, and the speakers .rem Hall, Delafield, Smith, Mr. Seldon and " others. The first denounced General Taylor - for his extraordinary concealment of his prin ' tiples. Ho said they could not go for Gencr 'I' Taylor, and as they could but die, let them raise the nomo of Henry Clay and die, fight ing under his banner- . Tho following is an extinct of the address : '.-' . "If Gen. Taylor is an honest man and wo are not disposed to doubt that which we do not call in question ho has no claim upon the Whig party ; upon its support or counten ance. In the history of our country but ono man has ever been so placed as to be enabled to have his claims-universally admitted. Gen. Taylor would question th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 September 1848

SUNBUll YvAMEUIU AN -ACS U .SHAJV1UKIN J QU11NALT? j. L lW v "rs1 ' -'"'In Dahville, fiii Ihe 7th Inst.', f'v 'the ReV. Mr.Boee,Mr. David Cftcm, to Mwa Ellen J'WoTooMMr, pota oiiivjiic.. f . .,. , , di k d; " : In 'flaiW.l.e on the 9th insi., Miv JAMES ; K.iSTEBBINS, formerly of New .York city, agxl your. r , ... - In LocVpert, Michmn, on the 30th ult., "J. Mm. CATHARtNE O'ASKINS, .wife of John v,Gigkin7 aged 8 years, formerly Point town . ship, this county. " ..!. ,.. In Danville, on the 6th inst., Mr; WM. , HEBERLINE, aged about 24 yearn. . In the same place, on 5th inst., Mr. JOHN FIELDS, nged 55 years. In tho name plnoe, on the 6th inst., Mrs. '! ANN GR1FITHS, aged 62 years. -v i In the same place, on the 7th hint.)' CLA !' RENCE F., son of Benj. P. Alwood, nged 9 ( months and 'i dnys. -t In the samn place on the 1st inst, Mr. ; ANN MORGAN, wife of John Morgan, aged 59 years. ' ' ' ' In the same plnoe, on the 8th inst., of con '"""sumption, Mr. WILLIAM MURE, nged 87 years and 5 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 16 September 1848

y' A WTCH CISC. T I10WX. fOOIB Vtn f Ltyt myself dow in my V-" t?nd dri.tfort.IteD' bel d7 till tt tretmt, oh, how ' com, ondber de ground t. Till IjVen t eats von pipupver, t tretmi gamine chotomak ih fih fall ethonet, And out in nine thlttjY 1 lf Hfsl, I " echremee "' ' Und kick off dt pad clothea and kroent! Den, dere, ash t lays rait de-pad-clothet all v off, J kitt myself all over froie: In do morning I vaket rnit the hat ache and koff, - Und I'm tick from mine het to mint toet. Oh vat thai pe tun for a poor man like me Vat for do I leaf euch a life Some thayi dare't a core for di drouble for me; . Dinkt I'll dhry it and kit me a vit I Important Chahbf.hhih k Cure roa CAHcia. The Tuscaloosa (Ala.) Observer says: We have seen it stated more than once that the common cranberry was efficacious in the cure of cancer, but have never until vory recently been an eye witness to the fact Mr. Middleton Belk, residing within four or five miles of this city, who was afflicted with a cancer...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 September 1848

Tit ! H. B. MASSES, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ' OFFICE, CORNER OF CENTRE ALLEY & MARKET STREET. new stehircs Vi)di,f fco. TERM 6r -i'lllj 4.ltt.llV. TKS AMERICAN li (rahllthed every Saturday at TWO DOLLAitS par annum la b. pmid haliyeurlr in Ailvwire. Ho paper diic -ntinued until all arrearage, are paid. All e immnnieution. or letter, on rmine. rrhiliiig to the .net, to ineare aiienuun, man b i-uoi i-aiis. . . v , : v TO CLl'DH. -, , Three eopie te on .ddren, f500 Ser.a ., . Vo .... Da 1000 Fifteen Do Do ' 3000 I Five dollar, in advance will pay for three year'.mibKrip- tioa to the Ameticn. On Square of It line., 3 time., fi 00 Every .utx.qu.nt liiaartlon, 8-1 .On. Square, 3 month, 3 HI Six ra aita., , . 37 Due year, 5U0 Juilne. Card, of Five line", per annum, J 00 Merchant, and olhere, advertiiiityth. year, with th. privilege oi iiiieriicg clif- fereut iiv.rticineut weekly. 10 00 Uf Larger Advertisement., a. per agreement. S.B.MASSEPa, ATTORNEY, AT LA W , ' . ; SUirBVKT, PA. , Rue...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 September 1848

ARRIVAL op the ACADIA. . BoifoK) fcept. 11. The steamship Acadi arrived at her twrth this morning at half post S o'clock. The steamship United States left Cowet for New York on the 3d inst., with eighty passengers and a large cargo. She had pro ceeded on! her. Voyage as far as the Sicily Island, when an accident happened to her machinery, damaging her condenser. She was subsequently forced to back to South ampton, where a detention of four or five weeks will be neoessary to put her in com plete order for sailing. The steamship Hermann arrived on the 4th inst. off the Isle of Wight, and grounded in a thick . fog in Gunnett's bay, near Cowes. She had a pilot on board, and having gone on at the top of the tide, it was necessary to dis charge her coal before she could be got oil. This was accomplished by means of lighters( and at 3 o'clock she was floated off without damage. Ireland continued in a state of tranquility. FRANCE. Lamartine has published a defence of him self against the ch...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 September 1848

tasks SUNBUliyAMEKlCAN AND TSHAMOIUN JOURNAL. O7-M0STEITRA0RDIS1RY W0RK10 THE MARMtJD WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION. t . BY DR. A. M. MAVRICEAU, nort4oa of MacAete o wosu. Siitk Edition, IRrra... pp. 130. ?txre gi W,0M Cork MM la Three Mentha t Year of rniffcrintr, Of physical and mental anguish to nmiy an sstVetionate Wife, ami pecuniary difficulties lo the husband, might have been ipated by a timely poawaaioa of bin work. It la intended especially for the married, or those contem plating marriage, It discloses Inipotbuit secrets which should be known to them particularly. . Truly, kswwledp la power, it ia health, happiness, afflu nee. TSe Ttntttlnna contained in Ita pure have proved a blessing to thousands, aa Ike innumeratie letters received by th eath wilt attest. Here, alen, every female the wife, the mother, the one either budding into womanhood or the one in the decline of years in whom nature eonlemplatea an important ehmnre can diaeover theeanneo, eympMma, and the moat ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 30 September 1848

a -ri:'' , t-V'" -4 . SUNBURY 'AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOUNBAL. FlOHt IITWHI) A 00 AMU A Wf.-A desperate encounter took place between a frog and a rat, at a brook near the slaughter house of Mr. Uriah Wiggin, in ihia town, a few days ago. It appear that a rat came down to the brook to drink, and discovering a tog, with force and arms" made an attack upon him, by making a firm grasp with his teeth ; no sooner di4 the rat make his hold than the frog plunged into the water, drag ging his antagonist with him, whore ho re mained until the rat was compelled to let go, and made for dry land, closely pursued by the frog. As soon as the frog appeared abo?e water he was again attacked by the rat, and a second time the latter became the subject for cold water bathing. This feat was several times performed, until the rat, from exhaustion and drowing, fell a prey to his antagonist. After the frog became fully assured that his antagonist was dead, he seated himself upon his dead carcass, with It th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 October 1848

1:111 C A N. H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 1 IV I -." new Series vol. i, no. .TERMS OF THE AMtHlt A. ; THE AMERICAN ii THE AMERICA! it published evert Snlnnliiy nt TWO DOI.I.AH9 per annum In be paid hnli nil ycnriv in mivnuee. No moer diseontinuod until m arrenniirc. nre iwiid. . Ali commmiicfltions or Idler on bniii'w relating to the office, Co insure attention, must be roST PAUL ,y- - , to CMJBB. - .Three copies to one aiklreRS, , eXiOll Seven Da Dn in ml Fit'teeii ' ' Do Do N no 1 Five dollars ui ailvanco will pay for three yenrV snbscrip tion to the American. One Square, of 1(1 linen, 3 times, ' pi no livery subsequent insertion, tf.i :One square, 3 month., 2.VI Hi month, .'IT-i due year, otto .Business Cards of Five line., per nniiuni, 3 00 Merchant, and others, advertisiuir liy Iho year, with the privilege of inscrtieg (lit- ierent advertisement, weekly. 10 00 . OT lnrger Advertisements, a. per agreement. a. B. IASSEP., ATTORNEY AT I.AW, , SUZTBTjnY, PA. Business s Mend...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 October 1848

7 DEATH or tKtr.tkMT.fi BIDDLE, OF THE L BAT14 Wo repret lo learn that Capt. James Bid dip, of the Navy, recently returned from the command of tho .Pacific Station, died in this city on Sunday night last. Capt. Biddlo was native of this city, where he always resided when not actively employed In the service. He was poo of the oldest Post, captains upon the naval register, on which he holds the Biatli.plaoe. ... He has seen much service, and frequently distinguished himself in the cause of his country. Mo was the son of Charles Biddle, Esq., of this city, and was born In February,' 1783, being 65 years .old at the timq of his death. He entered the service as Midshipman in 1800. He was on board the Philadelphia at the time it fell into the hands of the Algerincs, and was confined a prisoner in that country for eighteen months. Upon his release from captivity, he was promoted to a lieutenancy. In 1806, he made a voyage to China, as captain of a merchantman. In 1810, ho look charge of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 October 1848

TO .THE' ELECTORS OF NORTH UM BER. .i ..'LAND COUNTY.' ! .-.'.' PKLLOW CITIZENS Encouraged byrmv ay of tnjr friend throughout out county, I offr rnylf to your consideration a t candidate for.th otfleo of-: !i '' - 'J-'" REGISTER' AND RECORDER, and ClerK of tlie Orphans' Court, . I lb next general Election. Should my fellow citixen tavor with majority of their votes, I (bould ipart nn exertion to filfill tbe . dtitie of uid office with fidelity and to the alitisfsction ofll. . ,.. MARTIN IRWIN. - . Senbory, Beptemlar S, 184S. ,) . 1 . VOLUNtEEU CANDIDATE." T ' the Elector al fcerthamfeerland taunt,. AT the solicitation of numher of my frienHe , offer myself a Volunteer Candidate for the office of - 1 SHERXFF of Northumberland County Should I be elected. I pledge myeelf faithfully to p-rform the dutiei or.idomce. SAMUEL "AVIDGE. Augusta township, August 9, 1818 TO THEELECTOR- OFNORTHU M BE It ( .. , ,. MND COUNTY : AT the solicitation of t number of my friends. I pffe myself a candida...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 7 October 1848

;i.j.jJ1.-I J aj.juma SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOUNRAL. . tnotna adtextvae. W heard the other day A story related by la old tailor, Capt. Jacob which made great impression upon us, and which we with we could repeat with the unction and nautical phraseology of the worthy narrator. , It occurred during the late war. The cap. tain, who waa a native of Plymouth, was run ning on the coast in a schooner loaded with flour. , He had neatly reached his destination, When he was overhauled by the enemy's fri gate, who ordered him peremptorily to heave h Una aboard. There was no resisting the command, for the schooner was without arms, and the tender full of marines and sail ors, armed to the teeth with pistols, muskets and cutlasses. The captain had a light but fair breeze aloft J his sails drew, and he was driving near a reef, the entrance to which he was perfectly familar with, and once in side of which, he was sure of mnking port, undisturbed by the tender. In this view he ordered one ...

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