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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 May 1852

V NBURY 1 o ' OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. II. B. MASSKR, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. a jramlly ilctospapcr-Dctotta to Dolftfrs,, a.ttraturc, itto wilts, jFortffltt nnn Domestic ilcfcas, Science ana the arts, glflrlcutture, ifcarfcets, amusements, c MEW SKIUKS VOL. .1, NO. 7. BUNBU11Y,' NORTH UMBtfiULAND COUNTY, PA., EATUHDAY, MAY 8. 1833. OLD SKHIGS VOL. 12, NO. 33 AMER f! A TO TEEMS OF THE AMERICAN. THE AMERICAN is published everv Snturrlny nt TWO DUl.t.AHS per mmm to b puid'lmir yearly in lvnc. No paper diMuiitinueil until all srrwragss are fiaid. All communication, or letter, on business rrlnting to the office, to insure attention, mint be 1'OST I'AID. TO CLUBS. Three copies to one address, SJ500 Seven Dx Do WW t-'iltcen Do Do SOOU Five dollar, in advsnon will pay for three yeai'a sub criptiua to the American. One Souaie of IS line.. 3 time., f 1 10 Every aubseqiieiit insertion, iM One Square, 3 moutlia, 3m fix month., fini One year, HKJ Business Card, nf Five lin...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 May 1852

f ) "" W II to NOR E Flrl Imliii Washington, Apiil 29. SKXt Mesur. Walker nnd Dodge pre vented tome ten or fifteen petitions, nskina for prn of land to Wisconsin, ' ' ln ennstrection of certain tail road In that State. Mr-, ttamlin reported in fnvnr of printing fifteen rmndtvd Additional copies of the re port of the. Kavy Department, and Potmn-lei-General, upon the cnntiacts for carrying the nn1 In steamers. Adopted. He also repori-d in favor of priming 17,000 extra ropte of the Patent Office Report, relating M Arts and Manafaclure, and 3J.600 co pies of the agricultural part of the same report. Mr. Borland objecting, the report , laid ver. Mr. Walker moved to take up the bill granting land to Wisconsin to aid In the con struction of a roil road in that Slain from Fond du Lao to Jamesvill- The bill was taken tip and amended by including n grant for another road from Milweukie to the Mis riraippi liver. The bill was also amended so ns in conform in its provision to the Iowa bill, alr...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 May 1852

3 lsHr -K." 1,1 , L CALIFORNIA NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE CEKSCENT CITY. tWO WEEKS I.ATER FROM CALIFORNIA. l.eoO.rJW IN OOIJ DUST New York, May 2. Tho steamship Crescent City arrived here this mnrnitttr, from Aspiuvtall Cily, Navy lUy, liHni;iiiff 92,000,000 in gold dust on freight, And $600,000 in the hands of pas SRA left Aspinwall Cily on the 22d of A pri1!, and bring llu mail bioutght down tu T'ltiiamn, by (he steamship 'Gulden Unto" wflich lull Sun Francisco on the 5lh lilt., Wet passengers from Sun Francisco have Vome llirongh in 27 days. They passed Viver the Panama Kail Rond from Huena Vista to Aspinwnll. The road in now com pleted from Aspinwall to within twelve miles of Gorpona, ar.d passengers nre llicn unaided to make the distance from point to point in one day. Just ns ihe Golden Gate was about leav ing Acupulco, an express nrjived with in telligence that both houses of the Mexican Congress had rejected the Tehannlepec Treaty by n unanimous vote, on the 1 7 1 It of April. A l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 8 May 1852

Kiln.: ,, EPITAPfl. If . I ?l"npn on the Tomb-Btone erected tiiyer tlia Marquis of AngWaea'n lp; Umt in I lie battleor Waterloo, .Atciibed lo Hun. George Canning : . Here rests end lei no laucy knave Presume lo sneer and laugh, To learn' that mouldering iu the grave la laida B itish ralf. . For he who writes these lines Is sure J, , .That those who read the whole, Will find such laugh was premature, For here too lies a sole. lAn'l Vre five little ones repose, Twin bom with oiher five, Unheeded by their brother toes, Who all are now alive. A leg and font, to peak more plain, '- ' Rest hpreof one commanriin;, .Whn, thtumh his wits he might retain, , Lost half his understanding. . - ' . 1 And whffn the Ron with thunder fraught Poured bullets thick ns hail, Could only in this way be taught To give the foe leg bail. And now in England, just as gay As in the battle brave, ., Goes to a rout, review or play With one foot in the grave. Fortune in vain here showed her fpite, For he will etill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 May 1852

I .' AM ERIC A Pi NBURY 0 H. B. MASSES, EDITOR AND PllOPHIETOR. ' OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 1 jramfla ilctospapct--Dc)0tc5 to Uolftfcs, aftcrnturc, moralttflt JFowfow .to Domestic iJUHis, Scfri.cc ant 'the arts, aurfculture, iHarbets, amusements, c TilfiW SEUIKS VOL. 5, NO. 8. SUNHUUY, NOItTIIUMBKKLAM) COUNTY, PA., SATUUDAY, MAY 15. 1833. oi.d suuiub vol. i, u. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THE AMKRICAN ii published everv ftiturdnv nt TWO DOLLARS per iminn to hs paid half yearly in advance. No Mijer diacontiuued until all urrearugM are paid. All communications or letters on business rrlnting to the office, to iuaure atlciition, niuat lie POST PAIU. TO CLUBS. Three copies to one address, Sli (HI veii D Da luiKi Fiiteen Do o so IK) Five dollars In advance will pay fot three yaur'a sub scription to the American. One Bourne of 16 linen, 3 times, f I (III Even- aulaeaiiFiil insertion, S.i One Biiunre, a months, 3iki Si i months, 5m tu year, Hki Dullness Carda or Five liue...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 May 1852

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. lOnrrnpoiHlciipe of h Phlla. Iiwlgw. "LETTER FROM WASHI NGTOJI. Mr. Cay gradaU$ Sinking-M perfect Consciousness and Lively Disposition to the endConversation with Mr. laxhson Gen. Cass' Speech on Ik Collins Line-, lieu Jersey und Commodore Stockton. Washinotow, May 9. Mr. Clay (rs finkm very rapidly. Ha it not troubled wilh any particular disease, but suffers from general debility, and you moat not bo surprised, therefore, to bear at any , moment of his final dissolution. He knows that lie is dvinjj speak of it sometimes' quit jocosely, and, when told the other day by Dr. Jackson, of Philadelphia, that he should die without being tho least conscious of it, and that, too, at no distant period, he observed, with a smile, that "ho should like to know the precise hour, merely as a mat ter of personnl gratification to him." He then took a cijiar, and smoked it with real pusto. The other day he drew a cheek on Messrs. Corcoran & Riggs for $500, i...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 May 1852

f SECOND NATIONAL COtttltAi OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IS TlVfi UNITED ' : -. STATES. i . Bai.Vimoii, May 9. The Second National fcounoil of the Caih lio Church in the United States, convened Nhia morning at the Metropolitan Cathedral in thia city. The preliminary meeting of the prelates was rreW at an early hour in the Arrhepitcopal mansion on Charles atreeti l the rear of the Cathedral, when the offi cers of Ihe Council were chosen by the Moat Illustrious and Most Reverend Archbishop of Baltimore as follows : Promoters Right lfvV. Jnhamms, D. D., Bishop of Natchez, sni! ' Ihe Very Rev. Franois L'Homme, Su perintendent of Sulpioians ; Promoters' Sec retaries, Very Rev P. N. Lynch and Rev. Thomas Foley ; Notary, Rev. Edward Dam phonx ; Chaunlers, Very Rev. L. De Goes brarand and Mr. John Dougherty ; Master of Ceremonials, Rev. Francis Botlnndo. About 10 o'clock this morning the Pie lates formed in procession, wenrinn full pon tificals, and walked from the Arehnpiscnpal residence to the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 15 May 1852

SUNBUltY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. poetry. John Thompson's vavbiiter. The following clever puro.ly on Cmnp. blPs balled of "Lord Ullin's Dannh'er," we clip from a Virginia piipnr. South Caro linian. A fellow near Keiiturky'i clime, Cria "Boatman do mil Urry, Ami I'll give Ihoe a iiilver dime, To row ui o'er the feiry. "Now who would crow the Ohio, This dark and stormy wHiur V "O, I am Ihiii yomifr lady's beau, ' And she John Thompson' daiiyhier. 'Vn've fl.-d before her father' fpilo, With preal precipitation, , And should he (hid us here lo niylit, I'd loso my repulalion. "Thu'vo mi.wnd the Cirl nml purse heiilr, Hii howroeii hard have pred me, And who will cheer my bnnnv bride If yet they shall arrest me I Out spoke the boat man then in lime, "You shnll not fail, don't fear it ; I'll bo, nol for jour silver dime, But for your manly spiiit. And by my wonl, the bonny bird, In dancer shnll not tarry, For though a stntm is cumins on, I'll tow you o'er the ferry." By this the wind ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 May 1852

"T "- ' ,.lA7i:':;:i A, T-. IT. 1 Y;VU U 1 4 i. Int ii ,n 1 1 i. i V In i .', , if1.! ! ,' " I ts A ; it .;i ' ' v.. M IVl lil tuipoy 19(l,lifV"!7..;;.tj .1 :v'r;i' 1 ' OFFICE, MARKET STREPS, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 1 jramfla ilctospaptr-Dctotrti to 3JolMcs, fcftcraturc, uoralHfl, jorctjju ant Domestic ilctos, Stftncc ana the girts, aarlculturr, juarttrts. amusements, are NKV WkuUCS ,'VOL. .7, NO. . SUM5L11Y, NOli rilUMUKIM.AM) COlTY. A., RATI IJDAY, MAY S3. I8.9. OLD SKIUliS VOL. 13, NO. 3.1 CAE ' ,; S-- " TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. rX"Kt AMKrtlAN la piibliiilirit eyefy ftitnnlay nt TWO JHI,LAI19 piif nimuin In hp ptiul halt eariv in mlvnuce. N Mier dinronliuind until all iirrniruKvs' nrs ' All comrmtMicntions or letter, on hnsinc. rcVonip; to Ihe office, to insure Mteilliiai, tnnst In- fliM' PAID.' . nv . ' TO CI.VU3. ! J"hree copies to one acldress, PSim eleven )u n ' 111 l HI Fiiieen 1) ....Dn , aiini Five dollar in nib-snci will pny for llnee yew's juh-w-rtptj. to (he American. :...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 May 1852

sat From ihe N6tii American ft U. 8. Gsiette. SHALL PHILADELPHIA OR BALTIMORE hold tie key to thr stsmi IIAKNA VALLET i With 'ihis brief recurrence to the scheme 6f l!a!timore to wach the Western traJe 'through Pennsylvania, let us glance at her -fioheme, now maturing, to reach the trade the lakes through the Susquehanna valley in our own Slate. In 1851 a company was chartered under the auspice of jwrties known to be in the interest nf Baltimore, vrith authority to construct a rail road from the terminus of the Baltimore line of rail road, opposite Harrisbutg, to Sunbury, a dis- tanee of fifty odd miles up the Susquehanna river, with the right to extend to Williams, port, on the West Branch, and lo make a branch road to Wilkesbarre, on the North Branch. At Ihe late session of Ihe Legisla ture the Sunbury and Krie Rail Koad Com pany obtained Ihe right to build their rond as far down the Susquehanna as Htmisburg, instead of Sunbury, which was Ihe pnint lixed in their original charier....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 May 1852

CALIFORNIA. NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE ILLINOIS. rota days later from CALIFORNIA. 1,904,300 In Gold Suit. Ntw York, Mny 17. The eteamship Illinois, wh the Calirornin "iUloihe 18th nil., 325 passengers, ami 81,252,300 in dust on freight, and 8250,000 in the hand of pasaeliper, arrived hete thi morning, at an early hour. She nailed from Aspinwall City, Navy Bay on the 8th inat., and from Havana on the 13ih inst. The Panama Rail Road ia progressing and will be opened within five miles of Gorgona during the present month. The steamship Northerner tailed from San Francisco on the 18th ult. A piece of pure gold, weighing 306 oun ce, wtt recently found near Sonoia. There ha been a marked improvement in all kiridt of business throughout the Slate, The weather at San Francisco has been extremely hot. The Democrats are to hold a Stale Con. vention at Benicia, on the 20th of July to nominate Presidential electors. Hundreds of our citizens complain of de bility and Inngour of the system, derange ment...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 May 1852

'T SIJNBUUY AMB :j-:- J'J o c t r ij III IX rBUO tOSffctlT. An eastern editor has been fiinreil with a pram! Fn2 Concert. Ho transcribe tho feci tat ion as follows : "Knng le filing liiinjr, tnng, Kooile knng, to koo; Tineri, titteri nonr, Tilleri, titleri kno." Full Chorus. fiiinj ilft knng kick a kn ! Te to wen noun dee koo. Solo Soprano, Tiddery pt do we do knn, i'eo dee weet, peedeo went ! Chorus of liass Voiees. Knno knurr, trula kmis, Dijigory kitm.de knin de buo Tree-Toad Soo, Tr a a In weet '. : . Weelei ry ilije 1 The effect was truly istriif li itiC j the shirs blinked, mid the balmy zephyrs stooped to catch the enchanting melody. OtAFS, DRUGS, PAINTS, &c. WllOI.I.Stl.r. AISD nUTAH riUIE Philadelphia Window Glass Ware--- house., mid Drug, I'aint, Varnish, Oil and Color. Swires, Not. 33 ami 35 North Fourth street. Enst side, linn the largest assortment of Window, Picture, Coach, tVe, Hol-Houso, and other , (1LASS, ' in the citv i rompriainjr npwnrds of 15,000 rllf. fcrc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 May 1852

'V. J. t : 'I 1( i 1 ! rHft!-f'. I J' Ml pv:l c ran-s'BSi icrc i a.' 1 .JLU: II. B. MASSEP, EDITOll AND PHOPMETOR , OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. a jfamfly ilctospapcv-DctiotrH to 3Jol(t(cs, 2Utcrttuvcr, -filoralftj?, .lfovcfiin nnXi D6mc$trr ilcus, Attract, an the Slrts, a'orftulturr, jmarftcts, amusements, tc NKW Sl'JtlKS VOL. ,1, NO. 10. sux ii u ii y,-no u;ri i um kk land :(:ouxty, i'a., b.atvuday, may eo. isss. OLD SISHIKS.VOL. 12, NO. tlO- . , ! ; I . I,' . -II) ..' ' J ,,:-V I,.'-' 4'"' .'irf I 1 " ' r , -.. , " J. .. . ; .. -. ..... fl ' .. ' . ' . El ... I . A I . " 1.1 . . i . . U : i I hi J V-V . " -'' 71V5"' 1119 .1, I't-'Vl. Ifl ' ' I -.1 V ' " " 1.4 j 1 1 '' ' It 1 ,; I ri -M . U. ... .-. . lr., -. . fc. ? .,11 ..,.. MvFJm': 11 fv I 1 '" El -if -1 ' Fi ""' .' " KynPsTTl TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. . ' rX"KMF,R,CAN PMl'lih 'very SuMlrdny nt TWO Ddl.l.AUS per annum to lie pnirt hnlf jenrly in nmiMice, No paper illacoiiliimed until all nrrenrncus oru . o'd '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 May 1852

.ill ..I.L L SUNBUIIY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. FATAL AFFRAY BETWEEN HOU. ED. WARD A. MAKIlEASr AND CArTAl DtnnAif. Hon. Edward A. Hannegan,, late U. S. Senator for Indiana, .(and mora recently V. 8. Ambassador to Austria,) and his brother lnlavr, Capt. Duncart, living in the ame house at Covington, (ndianna, on the most friendly terms, had ! a personal rnisunder landing on the 7th Inst. It appears that on the day end evening previous, they had both been drinking, and that on the morning of the sad occurrence, Capt. Duncan went lip stairs to Mr. Ilaiinrgnn's room, and an altercation ensued between the parties, when Capt. Duncan gave Air. Hannegan a slap in the face. Mr. Hannegan, upon tho indignity ha felt, nnd the impulse of the moment, struck Capt. Duncan with a knife in the lower part of the stomach. It result ed in the death of the latter after thirty-six hours of intense suffering. The Lafayette Journal says : "To nil inquiries as to the cause of the difficulty, its origin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 May 1852

SUNBUltY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. fc COMMUNICATION. " Tot Ih American. CHARGE D'AFFAIRI AT ROME An American artist of some merit residing t Romo lately became involved in ililliculty vith the authorities of that city. He was standing in the vast crowd that had assem bled to witness and participate In one of the most imposing ceremonies of Holy Week. Forgetting or not wishing to uncover his head at the appearance of the Pope, a French officer standing near took it as an in sult and knocked his hat ofT with a sword. Our countryman returned the compliment by blow of his cane. This brought on another thrust from the Frectihmnn's sword, followed by a severe blow of the cane. The Result was, our artist was huriied off to pris on and left to mine on tho nnceitniuty of human affairs, and the rapidity with which VfO are sometimes passed from one scene t nther. It would have been belter had he Conformed to the habits and mannets of the people among whom he resided. A simple observance o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 May 1852

'AMEUCANTAN1) SUNBU11Y SHAMOKIN JOURNAL POETRY.: From Uie ffcmrday Evening I'm.- Kailroada and Carala. ? roKTRT no Firnorr. . . Memetrra Eriiiom i it i mme limit eighty year ago that Darwin wrote : "Soon utiall Ihy power, tin-conquered Steam ! Draff the twilt batge and drive the rnpul . car." . : Joel Barlow wrote his epio poem of the "Vision of Columbus" seventy years ago In the Paris eJition, Hook IX. from rage 258 to 263, he portrays "The future piogreen of society with respect to commerce, discov eries, and the opening of canals." From it 1 make the following extracts. The Erie, Ohio Bnd Illinois canals are foretold : "Now round the Yielding canopy of shade, Again the Guide his heav'nly power dis play'd. Far as the angelic Power could lift the eye, Or earth or ocean bend the yielding sky. Around the chief in fair expansion rise, And earth's w hole circuit bounds the ievel'd skies The Hero look'd : beneath his wond'ring eyes Bright streams lengthen round the sens and sk ies ; The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 June 1852

...... ..Hi-'-.uf;; . - k k i .PtvSlSK f . ' ........ !:;:" rM ff. fliAssEii, joditoh and rnorniEToit. 7; - OFFICE, : MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. :M-v,e'l . ,SX jointly iiftosimpcr-Dciiotca to ajolftlcs, Enctatuc,jfiiornlHii, jFpvttavi nnfl Domestic irtos, sefntee aui the artu, eirjrfcultuvr, lHarltcts, amusements, rc - 'I :i lr SEIIIKS VOL. ;, NO. I I. SUMU. ilY, ()n rjl L.:Kl!l.AM) COUNTY, PA., SATUIJD AY,;,JUXE a I 833. OLD SKHIES VOL. 13, NO. 37. ' TERMS ,0E, THE AMERICAN.: '. . Till-: AMERICAN In pulilisligit fcimnlav nt I'VAll DOI.LAUg p..f ;niiiiiii li lie ,iul half yearly 'in ilvnlice. Nu naihui i!isL''MtintK-d until AU, iiircarjice. sre ai.l. e e , i . ' . - All e-wimiiiiKflitirtis t. K-llcrs on ImviniiMl rivtnfiiit; lo (lie oince, (u.imurc uUoilinn, mum Im 1'(Jb1':"AI1j. ; ;,Q,Cl.fIJ8.,...,. ,.',, 1 ,. . I'krte I iic In oho ni)ilri-s, ' .,, ,( fi '' finnan'' JJ II.) , ,. - in l.n .1 1I ,' 1 : . -M.iin in Htivnnftt Ul JKiy 1UI blllVU ) till BIIII- wriliilinl ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 June 1852

Jl SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOK1N JOURNAL. ARREST OF AN ALL Eft ED FtOITIVK SLAVE OR EAT EM ITEMEHT. An alleged fugitive slave, named James rhillipt, wa arrested in thi plac on Mon day last, by Deputy Marshal Loyer and John Sanders. Phillip has resided in Har risburg for the last len or twelve years, is an honest, industrious man, and has a wife and everal children. His arrest caused the most Intense excitement j and during the examination, which lasted three or four hours, immense crowds of people surrounded the office of the Slave Commissioner, all anxious to learn the fate of poor Phillip. Aftar hearing the testimony which, to us, wa by no means conclasive as to the iden lity of the alleged fugitive, he wa surren dod to the claimants, who, with great diffi culty, and after a desperate struggle, sue ' ceeded in ironing him. During the struggle in the office between the captors and cap. live, the "outsiders," moved by the frantic and heart-touched cries of the poor wife thus rudely ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 June 1852

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. -1 .foreign New s. . . ARRIVAL OFTHK A 11C TIC FOUR DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. The Collins steamship Arctic, Capl. Luce, from Liverpool, at 104 o'clock, A. M., May 9lh, arrived off Samly Hook, New Yoik, on Salurlayvvenins at o'clock, bul owing to the dense fog, was unable to come up to the city till half-pant 7 o'clock yesterday morning. The Arctic brings ninety-nine passenger, amonjf whom we notice Horace Smith. Esq , United States Consul for Portugal, and bearer of despatches for the U. S Legation fct Lisbon. ENGLAND. Little worth reporting has occurred since the sailing of Ihe Cambria. The case of a feritwh subject, named Murray, sentenced to tleath at Rome, for political offences, was before the House of Lords on Monday as was also that of some English Protestant Missionaries, banished from Austria. A good deal of feeling was evinced by the dif ferent speakers, bul the discussion led to no practical result. A numerous deputation wailed upon th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 June 1852

SUINBirilY AMlfilllCAN AND SHAMOitlN J OUlliN A'. t) octni. A NKW VK11SI0N, PV IIDOO ' "Conir, C"f'e Spring ! ciIioioh! mildness come !" Oh ! Thomson, void of ihyma as well nc . , renvoi), How cnulJ.it tliou thus poor liiimnn nnlnrc liiun? There's no such scanon. The Spriiip ! I shrink nnJ fduuMur at hor mime ! For why, I find her breath a tutor bligh ter ! And mllcr from licr Woiw, us if Ihry came From Spring the fighter. Iter praises, ihr-n, lot linrcly pot-ti sins, And bo hor lunufiil laureate's ami up liuldei. Who do not f'') ns if tticy bad n Spring lVuied down thoir shnuhlers ! Let other eulogists hrr lloral showers; From mo they cannot win n simile stan.a, 1 know her blooms mo in full blow and mi's Tho inlliienza. Hrtr cowslips, stock, nnd liliei of thn vale, Her honey blossoms tiiat you bear the bees a'. Her tansies, daffodils, mid primrose pale, Are things 1 sneeze at ! Fair is tho vernal ipiartcr of the yeai ! And fair its early buddings and its blow ings But just snppnso ...

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