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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 November 1852

. .t. I 3 : Kim mt. ; jMis- imi ERIC AN H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. UN.B AM NEW SEMES VOL. 3, NO. 34. " . TERMS OP THE AMERICAN. twoRnniMf';RJSA' l,,""h T SntuMay at '.u "UljUAKS per 1111111111 to he paid half yearly hi paid "C'' tK' dl"ot'"ti"uod "" arrearages ore All communications or letters on buaiiieM feinting t( tne office, to miure attention, must lie l'UST l'AIU. TO CLUBS. 5 00 luim Fifteen Tin Tin n.iui r.nt? d"'" o. '".dnee will pay for three year's .ul cription to the American, One Sounie of 16 lines, 3 time, very sulweqiient iiiaerlion, I 'lie Square, 3 months. Sis month., One year, llu.incn Caril. of Five line., per nniinm, Men-limits mid others, ndverti.nm ly the year, with the privilege of inserting ilinrent ailvertiiementa weekly. IW Larger Advertisements, aa per agreement. $tno 5 3IHI 600 WHI 30U 10 00 H. B. MASSES, TOIJNKY AT 1. A A T A V, Etmauav, ta. B ashless oltcnded to in the Counties of Nor ihumbcrlund...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 November 1852

-foreign News. ARRIVAL OF THE .'AFRICA. THRfcS DAM LATCH FROM Et'ROPE. Prance. Louis Napoleon'a new title is lo be, Emperor of Ihe French, King of Algeria, and Protector of the Holy Place." The Sennte ha been convoked lo meet on the 4ih of November, and Ihe Empire will then be submitted to the people The coronation will be performed by the Pope, probably in May next. Algeria will be a Viee-Rovnlty, and it is reported ihit Lucian Mnrnt will boa Vice toy. An Imperial Guard of 10,000 men is spoken of. The Pay has changed its title to that of Ihe "Journal del Em pire." TURKEY. The Sultan has taken upon himself the title of "Emperor of the Tuiks. The envoy sent to Paris has been recal led, the Turkish loan having not yel been realized. SPAIN. Gen. Olloqui has been appointed coinman of the Department of the Centre, and Civ il and Military Governor of Puerto Pi in. cipe. Strong reinforements are embarking for Cuba. The Cuban Movement. The New York Courier says : As to the Cuban expedition,...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 November 1852

ASTRING OF ITFMS. Tm British Parliament assembled on lh0 4th inst. The funeral of the Duke of Wellington will take place on the 17th inst. Light grief may find utterance ; bnt deep er sorrow can find none. Fcncinq the Indianapolis rail road costs 830,000. It is "shear" nonsense for two tailors to tarn out to fight a duel. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" has been translated into German. Tub bone-ache, or danqtie fever, is pre. 'ailing in ludinnoln, Texas. Thc novels of Sue, Sands, Souillie, Scribe end Dumas, are interdicted in Spain. Tub Democrats had an imposing torch light procession in Boston, on Friday night. People seldom learn economy till they have little to exercise it on. Anger is like a ruin, which, fulling upon i:s victim, breaks itself to pieces. Several mad dogs have been killed in Berks co. within the past few days. Tnc Pennsylvania Rail Road will be com pleted to Pittsburgh in a few days. Tnc population of Cleveland, Ohio, is 26,670, an increase of 4530 in tho last twelve months. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 13 November 1852

SUNBtJKY AME11IGAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Tnim llio Clirislinu Mirror THE HEART AND TONGUE. Ono M r. Tongue?, -. ,' Of much ronown, Who lived nt largo In Tallin Town, Wm mischief full, Anil wicked, too, A nil could tell, If Tongue they know. The statute brought, The charge was liluin, That Tonsuo was full Of deadly bane ; Tongue thru was seized And brought to Coutt, Pleading himself The impending suit. 'Ti neighbor Heart, Plead Mr. Tongue, Who leads me inln So trinuh wrong ;t I should be good An neighbors ure J As Mr. Nose, Or Eye, or Ear. If neighbor Heart, Who lives below, Were changed by grace, Or made anew J 'Tin very haid To hear lha wrong Of neighbor Heart, Said Mr. Tongue. The plea was sound Of Mr. Tongue ; Jnrois ami Judge Said all was one, While neighbor Heart If also wrung, No good, they caul, C'oul, I eomu fiom Tongue. Th,! Court decide, As the bosl gnu;!, Th lenovale The neighborhood ; Thai Mr. Heart Must be renewed, Or never Touiine C n bo subdued. in rr.itv, June 22, 1S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 November 1852

3 I r r 1.10 ' " ' : " " I.. -.J.-. -. --..- ... , -r v, ,,.. .TWT..,.MiW..,,,, ... ... . ., - - . r A., ' ' - ' ' !..,-.:-, , j i .i ,- ;.., 'in..' u i '. -' i; -k.-" 's. V-iSfl i-. nM'.K; . t it j. t . . - , . - . r - vij.. -ju.,iuii.osjjii, jiijjiiun iviNJLr riiuriuniTUK. JZem'' OFFICE, - N12W ..SERIES VOL. s, NO. 35 TERU8 OF THE AMEKICAIT. TWO ho, l V Ja '" "Tr- Pnlnriliir nt ; . jw " i" niiiinin in to mv 11.111 Vtinlv In ; nrnnc. No pnpei,cll!,itiiionl unljl ah. nrrcnmBwnre ii A"n .r'"","",;'1l'"'i nr li-'L-m on lwini'4 r.-liilini t ine im1Ce, to Miit ullciitiiiii, inimt U POST TAID. , ' TO cl.ClJfl. i -n : mm ','.'?", . 1 M' ' m "".'mr' 111 HiU-mion will , f.r tlitca yu- uli ctipiimi to the Ainciioun. One Snume of IS linen', 9 timen, " . . . I'.very iilmf(ii,.,i inserligii, His iiifirr, a month., oia awiiilui,. . One year, nuinr. C:nU (if five line., per annum, Merrnmita mid otliem, ndvcrlininv hy H'e 'Tf, with thfl privilffrn of iiiwiting uifrruiHudv'oilim-uiuia. wrf'kly. ' 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 November 1852

TUB LOT DAUGHTER-A THRILLING IN CIDENT. A lellfir dated Detroit, Oct. Mill, in the Cleveland Plaindealer, says : An incident occurred on last Thursday af ternoon, which filled the town with much excitemonl, and which called forth many a legend of the kind remembered by the old est inhabitants. A few boys, who had been out on a hunt ing excursion, called at one of their neigh l,.l. 1 .1 . ... . nun urgnn snooting at a maris. A lilllu girl about eight years olJ, who had furmpily had an illness that had effected her head, got alarmed at the Grin?, and tan into tho woods. . In a short time- she was missed, and it was remembered that she had been running towards the woods, and consequently a search began, but night came on, and with it min, which rendered farther search for her 1 hi t riight impossible. Morning came, and yet the little wanderer had not returned. lis frantio parents, with one other child, made further search till the sun had passed the hour of twelve, and yet no tidings o...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 November 1852

ASTRING OF ITKMS. A Southern Commercial Contention will assemble in Baltimore, on the 13 th of Deo, Octobm, just closed, was the warmest of ne last rilteen years. bh.LT Bowticcs is sick with swamp fever, u uia nui m toe Everglades. Thc Free Soil Vote in New York, it is es- a! . t ... umateu, will not exceed 15,000. . mim is not resident medical man in ne interior of Australia. Port Pius IX. refuses stoutly to go to ranee and crown Louis Napoleon. Nut Thursday is Thanksgiving in this otate. Lincastkr co., has a population number- tug nearly 100,000 souls. Chicken, tuikey, and nice pie time is close H hand. Tn Mississippi Flag advocate Gov. Foote for U. S. senator. Wedded life, says a happy husband, is a perpetual fountain of domestic sweets. There is green corn yet to be had in mar ket. Slewed icicles in July may happen next. The barbers of Cincinnati intend in a short lime to raise their piices of shaving to ten cents a face. Carlvlb has got the rheumatism, while Boz is sorely vexed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 20 November 1852

WHO,.!''""?' h'.'n. 'r .t.j Friiii tin? .. ) r , i j i t - 'Krt-p 10 1lc iih',"i- Hid law direct ; . ' For.fuch i ilio rule of I ho toad ; Krrp l Iho f'ghl, Vth'it-vcr expect , Securely to carry life's load. . - Keep to the rljjhf, willi dent nn;l Ilia wotd, Nor wonder, llionfch fully til'iura. ; Kf'P to tlio rialit. ttor ever lie- huiloj , From what ty tlio .statute is yours. . Kitji ito lha right, vitliin nnH wilhmit, Willi utrnneer and kindt-cil find Mr-nd ; Kcp to the riuhl, and htttlinr no doubt That all will be wdl in the i'inl. Krcp to the right, whatever yon do, : Nor claim but your own nu the way ; , Kerp to the right, and hold lo ihe trim From morn till the c!o6o of tho tin v. " The Sister of Kossuth, M.wl.tmn Zsc.iliivi.ky is keeping a boarding lion?, in New Vork. Hr eldest son is 17, and was rnfnsed a phc. to work in a carpenter's shop, tn-eniifo he rouM not speak ' English. K few ladies in New York are interesting themsolvcH fur tho family. Vai-Uabi.e Recipe. In compact...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 November 1852

'' H. B. 1YIASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. a jrarndy iUtosuapcr-DcBOUli to UolWcs, attcvnturc, UToralfts, iTorttfln atf Domestic Slttos, Serene an the arts, Glortculture, .mat-nets, amusements, rc NEW SERIES VOL. ff, NO. 30. SUNTIURY, iVORTIIUMniiltT.AND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 97. I 8.19. SKHIKS VOL 13, NO. 10. TERMS OP THE AMERICAN. Tttfi ' AMKRICAN ll published every "ntunlny nt TWO DOl.l.AHH per annum to lie raiid half yearly hi J fcllVntlf ISJ ........ .1.. 1. I II ... ........ n r . . v nvi UllVUIIIIIIUm U 1 1 L 1 JUib Ml I UIIHKH V fittid. All commntiiRatlnna or lellrrs nn tniaine relating to the office, to insure oltciition, must be l'OtT l'AIO. TO CLUBS. J'lttre copies to one address, fs 00 n ) Po Id (Kl Virt-en J,i Do 9U()0 Five dollars in advance will pay for three yeuf'a sub scription to the American. ne Sounre of 10 lino, 3 timet, "very aulmeqitent insertion, ne flunre, a inoutha, Six month, One year, llnsinesa Cords of Five line, per annum, ftlerchniita and othe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 November 1852

SUNBUltY AMKltlUAK AINU SHAMUK1JN JOURNAL. -TovcignNcujo. ARRIVAL OF THE. . HE It MANN- roiR davs latch from eirope. Dcrlaralinn of the French Empire. ILLNKBS OF TUB KX-KMlT.ROR OF At!TRIA. " " Nr.w YonK, Nov. 23.' The slcamship Hermann, from Ilavie niul Southampton, with Liverpool dates to the 10th, inst four days later than (lie advices by the' Asia, arrived here this evening, nt, 6J o'clock, bringing 85 passengers. She left Southampton at 4 o'clock, 1'. M., on tho 10th. The Steamship Amciicn, arrived out on the 7ih.- ' ENGLAND. The British Parliament has been occupied with the formalities usual upon the reception of the Queen's speech, vt hich was to Le de. livorej on the 1th. The greatest interest Is manifested In England to know the result of the Presiden tial election in America. Tim success of Gen. Pierce, it was thought,' would give the last kick to the Derby government. The death ol Daniel Webster has elicited notice Iroin the English press generally ; but thero has not bee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 November 1852

I : .TUB JAPANESE EXPEDITO. The following statement Is said to exhibit the effective force of the squadron w hich is to. sail next month for Japan, under the com mand of Com. Terry : The Vermont, with 96 guns and 800 men ; Mississippi, 375 men; Susquehanna, 350 men; Princeton, 190 men J Alleghany, 190 Saratoga, 22 guns and 190 men ; St. Mary's 22 guns and 190 men; Vincennes, 22 guns and 190 men ; Macedonian, 22 guns and 450 men; Porpoiso, lOgmis and 120 men ; South ampton, 4 guns; Lexington, 4 guns; ami Talbot, already sailed, 4 guns. Total, 206 guns and 3,845 mm. The three last named Vessels ate sloreships. There aro to be ad ded to ship's companies seven hundred maii nes, which, with tha complement of the tprefhips, officcl, scientific corps, and others attached to thr expedition, will make an ef fective force of 4000 men nnd 330 guns, most ly heavy ordnance. The steamers are each V mount a couple of Puixhan shell-suns of liiiaeut calibre, and placed on revolving trucks, so as to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 27 November 1852

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. rr ra Poetry . CIcon and I. BT cntM HACRAT. Cleon halh a million acres , Ne'er one have I $ Clflon tlwelletli in a palace In a collnee I ; Cleon hath a doxen fortunes Not a penny 1 ) But I lie poorer of t the twain is CIcon and not I. Cleon, true, possesses acres But the landscape 1 ; Half the charms to me it yie Ideth Money cannot huy ; Cleon harbors sloih and dullness Freshing vigor I ; He in velvet, I in fustain Richer man am I. Cleon is a slave Is grandeur Free as thought ii m I ; Cleon feeds a score of doctors Need of none have I ; Wealth surrounded, care environed, Cleon fears to die ; Death may come, he'll find mo ready, Happier man am I. Cleon sees no charms in Nature In a daisy I ; Cleon hears no anthems ringing In the sea and sky ; Nature nines to me forever Earnest listener I ; State for state, with all alien limits, Who would change 1 not I. A ST1UNG OF ITJ'MS. Briciiam You no, the Mormon, it is said, has married his twenty-fourth w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 4 December 1852

H A sa H. 13. MASSER, EDITOR AND P110P11IETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. El iTnmlly ui)si)aim--Drtotrtr to HoUUts, aficrnture, ttoralfti, jrortfrjit onU Domcstfc jUtos, Science mm the arts, glurtculturr, iwattuts, amusements, Set NEW 8E1UE8 VOL. fl, NO. 37. 8UNI1UKY, NUIITI1UMBKRTAND COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4. I 8.V-2. or,i) series vol,, NO. 11. MERICANi 5 lu n B D 11 I wl - . - TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. 'w.V', AMERICAN I. published every Saturday al ,1 vtu UOl.LAKS per imum to In pntd half yearly in .advntics. No paper discontinued until am. arrtmruiies are pnid . It A" communications or letter! on business relating to '.lie office, to imure attention, inuit bo l'OST PAID, i TO CLUliS. IflM-ce copies to o addreai, 5 00 r'.eu Da Do I" 00 Filleen D D go 00 , Five dollar, in advance will nay for three year', .ub cnptioii to the American. One Smiaie of 16 line., 3 times, , v"" sulisequent insertion, One Square, 3 month., !ix moiitlu, Due year, llnsiiieas Car...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 4 December 1852

SUNBUHY AME1UUAII AINU SMAMUKlfl JUUJWAL,. tFwm th Washington luteMgencer, guturday LETTER FROM THE PRESIDKST-MR. LAW AND THE CRESCENT CITS, - Tbe President hat thought proper lo make P'iblio the subjoined Letter to the Collector of New York, in reply to one addressed to him personally by that officer. Like every thing from the pun of the President, it i dP reel and explicit, and leaves Mr. Law, the Owner of lha steamer Crescent City, no room to mistake his own duty as a citizen, or the President's determination to maiutaln the su premacy of our laws as well as our interna tfonal obligations. To his plain admonitions the President kindly adds some wholesome advice lo Mr. Law, which we doubt not will hare the effect to restrain him from the im prudent steps which he intimated it lo be his iiUenlion to lake in regard to the difficulty in which he has unnecessarily involved him self with the Cuban au'.hoiities. Washington, November 12, 1852. Hon. Hvgh Maxwell, New Yoik City:- Your note...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 4 December 1852

CALIFORNIA NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE GEO 11 GT A . Thi California Mailt and TreasvreLalt from St. Domingo Wrick of the Brig ut owners ucath of the Captain and lie o m irew. New Yonic. Nov PS The liam(ihip Georgia, with the mails from San Francisco to the 1st inst., and two millions and a half of gold, arrived here to day. tier news from California is to the M In!., but has been anticipated by ihe Pro netheus. The actual amount of gold brought by the Georgia sutru up $2,74a'00O. She also bring 190 passengers, among whom are fwators Gwinn and McCoiklc. on their way (o Waehinelon. The total on freight is $2,442,000, and at least $300,000 addilional is in tho hands of passengers. The Georgia brings St. Domingo dales to 5lh October. The fever is reported to be prevailing to an alarming extent, and con siilcrable suffering existed among the ship, ping. The brig Four Brother, of Philadelphia, was wrecked on the coast, nbout the lOih of Oclober, and Captain Soulo, and mnlo ami four men havo sinc...

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

, i i SUNBUltY AMElUGAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. -i-i tm t Poet VI). ONE OF THE GIRLS. A Yankee git I, who "lias been spending orae lima out Weal, and gelling liieil, re turned East, gives the Si. Louii Bepublio her opinion of her visit, in the follow ing erp : Now, father, Mother, Sukey, Nell, Matty and all the teat, Fit dowd and listen while I tell what I have learned "Out Went," 1 em back in Old Connecticut, "the land of ateady way," And ir 1 wasn't diffident, and did not hale self-praise, i would tell yon what the people ny aboiil us " aukee pirle," Two 'amart' and wide awake' we are to ol life's twins and twirls. But never mind ! .1 went, yon know, to ee ine worm mysell, And in the corner of my brain, I krpt a lit tle shelf, To slow away the facts I gained and pulled them.down at will ; And had a rharp look out (he while, this little their to fill. Well, first I learned ere half way there, to call my luggage 'plunder,' To 'reckon,' too, instead of 'guess,' and 'toal' without a blu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 December 1852

. V'- ''VMttM'rsi-;4 m- w--. f.'r- UNBURY H, R, MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ' OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. Sl JTnm( ictospnpfr-DcbottTi to JjoIWcs, flfttratttre, .fflgrgHU. 4fgrc atrt, Dommfc jutog, sconce rnrt the girts, acrfculturr, iwarftets, Elmustmtnts, fcc FEW SEIUKS VOL. 3, NO. as. SUNIIUIIY, NOIM'IIlLMllKHLANl) COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY. DECEMBER II. IS.VX old skhikm vol,. no. ii:'J AMERICAN. sw S " ,, ! lltlM TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. T" AMRHICAM il published every Saturday at TWO I101.LAI19 per annum lo be paid half yearly in advance. No jmper diieumiiiued until all arrearage! are paid. All communication, or lettera on Imsinr relating to (he office, to inaure attention, muit be l'OST 1' AID. TO CLUBS. ftiree oopie to oua satires, SS no ('ven D Do 10 00 . . u" 11U su 00 Five dollars in advance will pay for three year1 tub (Oripiiuu to the American. Cue Situate of 10 lines, 3 time '" SttMenucnt imqjtHMi, l Mie Square, a iiki.lL,, Hix month, One yenr, Business...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 December 1852

ilAPAJI. The last number of lha Edinburgh Re view the periodical most closely identified in sentiment with the moderate liberals oi Brttian has an elaborate article on the 'contemplated United Stale expedition to Japan. Soon after Hie announcement of the project, the loading London journals declar ed themselves warmly in ilt favor ; and the more stalely Review sustains tha decision in a spirit of candor and grent friendliness to this country. The reviewer lietiies the rifiht of any people to withdraw from the comity of nations, and contends that iho United Stales will be justified in goiug be yond the -exaction of indemnity foi wrong sustained, and compelling the Japanese to enter into the system of political mid com mercial intercourse that obtains amnng the nations. lie argues thus on the ground that the compulsory seclusion of I hit Japanese n a wrong not only to themselves but to the civilized world : ''Every one is so far innsler at home Ihut the law of nations has been hilheit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 December 1852

5; ,'?7i -"4! f .., . S.aie waa admitted into thu Union, ehfl re lamed the ownership of all the vao.tnl lands .within her limits. The government of that Slate, it i understood, hns aligned no -portion of her territory to tho Indians, but as last as her sctlleinonts advance, lays it oil '"i? uOUIiie, Proceefl I" survey and ell ft. This policy manifestly tends, not only to alarm and irritate the Indians, but to compel them 10 resort to plunder for sub- ?tSla?Cn il l dePrive th' pnvernment of that influence and control over them without which no durable -peace can ever exist be tween them and the whiles. I trust, there lore, that a due regard for her own interests, and from consideration of humanity and justice, will induce that State to assign a small portion of her vast domain for the pro visional occupancy of the small remnants of tribes within her borders, subject of eonise A her ownership and eventual jurisdiction. If she should fail to do thul, tho fulfilment of our treaty stipul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 11 December 1852

- SUNBUllY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. l 0 C t X u . THE BACHELOR'S BRIDAL. Not a laugh was heard, nor a jnyoua nolo, A our friend to the bridal h hurried ; Not a wit discharged his farewell shot, At the bachelor going to be manieJ. V marneii him quickly, fo Mte him frigh', Our head from the ieht lurniuu ! And we sighed as we siood by the lamp's uim ngnr, To think him no more decerning. To think that a bachelor free and bright, And shv of the eiils as we found him Should there at the a'.tor, at ti e dt ad of night, Be caught in the snare l hat l oun I him. Few and short were the words we Mid, Though we hear i'v ate of the ci.ke. Then escorted him home from the scene of dread While his knees did awfully shake, We thought as we hnllowed his lowly bed, The beech, the birch and the willow, How the shovel and broomstick would break on his IipbiI, Of the tears he would shed on his pillow. Says he "ihey will talk of their friend who hns gone, And every old 'Batch' will upbraid me ; But ...

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