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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 January 1853

R71 Tli T n JOjIIIU H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 81 jranmjf uriusyapcr Deuoics to jjomtrs, liitcinturc, jttoinmi, joinon no Domestic items, science ano the J3vts, aorlculiurr, .fttarhrts, simuscmcnts, Kt SUM1UUY. N Olt I'll U.M II Kit LAN 1) COUNTY. PA., EATUItDAY, JANUARY 22. 1853. NEW SEIilKS VOL. a. N. 4. oi.n SF.itu s vol. t, no. ' r UNBU HY nM! AM AN. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THE AMERICAN i. piilili.he.l every 8mnlr TWO DUI.I.AKS) per annum to Is, -mid hnlf yeiirl in advance. No paper discontinued unlil all arrearage, are PAli commnniration. or letter, oil I'"""!'" "'?!"' to th. office, to iinure attention, mint uo I'OSil I All. TO CLUUS. Three eopie. to one eddren, 5 00 Rrven F D Do loop Fifteen 1 1" , , uw Five dollar, in aU-iici will pay for Hire year, aub scripiion to the American. One Snunie of 16 line., 3 timet, tCverv .iiliaeqiKMit insertion, One quiire, 3 iuontli.t Six mnntli., One year, Duainen Caul, of Five line., ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 January 1853

SUNBU11Y AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOUJINAL. IXttl CONOR ESS -Secend (lo, Wasiiinoton, January 17, 1853. 'Sinatb. Mr. Sewatil presented the me tno 111 of Thomas Ewbanlc, praying an ap propria! ion to enable him lo make experi ment with his recently discovered plan for paddle wheels. Mr. Crodhead presented the memorial of 1444 citizen of New York, in favor of grant ing 160 acre of land to all win were unga ted In the war of 1812 n a .y oil or pt tit mis land reports were presented. lofc. The Honso passed the Senate bi I blowing Ihe widow o! General A mislead, n pension for life; and Ihe Senate bill alio irg iar rears of pension to the widow of Gen J.ihn McNeil. Mr. Dean asked, ami received i his unani mous consent of the House, to introduce a bill to carry into effect a resolution of Con. Cress passed in August, 1783, to f rect at the Capiiol of Ihe nation, a collossal Equestrian Statue of Washington. Il proposes Hn appio prialion of $50,000, ihe work lo be executed by Clark Mills, Eq., ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 January 1853

GRAND LODGE OF PENNSYLVANIA. I AMNUAL GRAND COMMUNICATION. St. John the Evangelist's Day, Philadelphia, Deo. 27th, A. L. 6852. J Tha following named brethren are the elected and appointed Officer of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania, for the year 1353. Bro. ANTHONY BOURNONVILLE, Right Worshipful Grand Master. JAMES HUTCHINSON, Deputy Grand Muster. " PETER WILLIAMSON, " Senior Grand Warden. " JOHN K MITCHELL, Junior GrnnJ Warden. " JOHN THOMPSON, " Grand Treasurer. ." WILLIAM H. ADAMS, " Grand Secretary. TRUSTEES OF THE GIRARD BEQUEST. Bro. S H. Perkins, Bio. Jacob Steingr. " Wm. Whitney, " G. D. Haswkll, " P. Williamson, DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND MASTERS. Bro. Jacob Albiugiit, of Lancaster, fur the County of Lancaster. " Jos L. Sticiiter, of Rending, for ihe Counties of Berks and Montgomery. 41 George M'Cabr, of Tamaqua, for the County of Schuylki't, in place of Bro. Wm. B. Potts, who resigned the former appointment in 1852. " James Madison Pohter, of F.aslon, for the Counties of Northamp...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 22 January 1853

SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. Poetry. THE IRISHMAN. T THE tATt DR. MAOINN. BRITTANNIA WARE! MANUFACTURERS. THE SUBSCRIBERS having just entered llitrt thas nltnvea kninn.1 in nil its liranrlira. take this mode of calling the attention of Coun try Merchant, ami others to their NEW CJ-S500 CHALLENGE. "r" ATKVl'R ecancrrna the hmlili nt happiness of V people iint nil limn of the hum vnluohlr import iice. I take It fur t runted Hint every person will do all In their power, to save the lives of the ir children, and that every person will endeavor to pra m. t e I heir own health at all tut T-itic-a. I feel it to he my duty to solemnly assure you that WORMS, according to the opinion of the moat There was a Inly lived at Leiih, A lady very stylish, man, And yet in spite of all her teeth She led in love wiih an liihman A haaty ugly Irishman, A wild liememlous liiihman A tearing, swearing, thumping, bumping, ramping, roaring irishman II. His face was no wavt beaniiful. For with small ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 January 1853

UNBURY AM i Ft J JAN H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. " jTamnif .gcttiSBapet-Pctoout. to Molftfcs, nittramre, lormgt ifotUfln am Doiumtc sums, scurtcc am, the arts, gictftulturt, ittamts, amusements, c NEW SERIES VOL. ff, NO. 43. SUNHUHY. N O UTI I U M II E UL A N 11 COUNTY. PA., EA'l UllDAY, JAN U All Y 29. I 8."53 OU SMMFS VOL. 13, NO. H). TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THK AMERICAN ia published every Saturday o( TWO DOLLAIIS per annum to be paid half jeerly in advance. No paper discontinued until all erreorasee ere paid. 1 All commmiirntions or letters on Inisiiiens relntnif to the office, to insure attention, muat be POST PAID. TO CLUBS. Three copies to one addrcaa, s 1? ISeven " D Do " l-'iiteen Do Do u0 Five dollere In advance will par for tliraa yeat'e auk criptiuu to the American. One Senate of It linea. 3 timet, kvery aulaequwnl insertion, Vine Square, '4 niontlia, Bix. mon the, One year, tluaineia Carda of Five linea, per annum,...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 January 1853

SUN BURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. From the North American and V. 9. OnxrtW.J PERSCCIiTIO.'V IN TtSCANV. Messrs. Editors : The persecution and Imprisonment of Francisco Mtdiai and his wife Rosa, for the alleged crime of possessing and reading the Scriptures, have caused a profound sensation in this country and Eng land. The meeting nt the Metropolitan Hall, in New Yoik, a few days fince, was very largely attended by the most influential citi ftens, and can hardlv tail of having an effect His Honor, Mayor Westervelt, presided, nd a series or resolutions was passed, w hich may be appropriately denominated the American creed on the great subject of Religious tree ttom. In England a large body of Peers, members of Parliament, nnd clergy, to the number of twenty-three thousand, have signed it memorial to the Qneen, entreating her to make the feelings of the Biilih nation known to the Tuscan government, nnd endeavor to prooure a reversal of the judgment of these persecuted Christians...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 January 1853

THE JACKSON STATUE. The Washington Unioa of the 18th insl , Rivet an entertaining history of Ih e Jackson atatue erected in that cily on the 8ih of Jan ury. Mr. Mills, the artist, is a self made man and like all of his class has had to bat- tie against prejudice, ignorance, ptid i and envy, but like a true man has triumphed over all. His work is wonderful, and is the only piece of colossal bronze casting of a horse rampant, in w hich the animal is un supported by anything extraneous. The one at St. Petersburgh has a serpent gracefully wreathed round the body and without that, would fall, while Mills' statue of Jackson is sustained solely by the hind lent of the animal. The at tint was originally ti poor plasterer, and attained proficiency in sculpture through industry and application, uninstructeil. He finished his model amid diftiiculties, and the statement below w ill show what he had to encounter, and what he overcame, after his mode! was made. One such obstacle would have defeat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 29 January 1853

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. P 0 C 1 1 U . From th Polish of Kraaiche. THE ASS AND THE IAMB. "How hard is my fate ! What sorrows await," Said the An to the Sheep, "my depturablo late," "Col.l naked, ill fed, 1 eleep in ahed, Where the anow, wind sv.d rain come In orer my head. All tlni day did t pM In a yard without prass: What a pity that I v created an Ass I A for mnster he eat By the fire with "he cat, And ibey both look as you do, contented and fat. Vor nice eonl of wool, So clu.it io and full, Makes you much to be envied ay, more than the bull." "How can yon pretend, Said her poor bleating Iriend, "To co.nplain 1 Let me silence to you re commend. My sorrows are deep," Continued the Sheep, And her eyes looked as it she were ready to weep. "I expect, 'lis no fable, To be drnyqed from the stable, And, to-morrow, perhaps, cut up for the ta ble. Now yon with docility, Strength and civility, Will live some years longer in all pro bability. So, no envy, I beg, Fur I'll bet y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 February 1853

UN BURT mm H. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. Sl jFamtly iictos))ipcv-Dc)otc5 to iiolWcs, siteraturr, moraifm, jfoitJflix ano Domestic ileitis, Science ani the arts, acrfculturr, .fttnrltcts, amusements,' Ac NEW SERIES VOL. ff, NO. 40. SUNI1URY. NOKTIIUMnKIlhANU COUNTY. PA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5. 1833. OT.D SERIES VOL. 13. M).G? 1 0 M TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. ?'!1E, AMERICAN ll rml.liahnt every Saturday at TWO IXH.t.AUS per annum lo be id hnlf yearly in uvnnce. No paper uiacontinued until all arrearage! are 4id. . All eommnnicntinnf or lettert on bu.ine.fl relnling to the office, to insure attention, muit be POST PAID. TO CLUB3. '""aree copies to one addreu, St.1 00 Seven D no lUbO I ii teen Do Do So 00 Five dollars in advance will pay for three yeat'a aul criptiuu to the American. One Sounie of 10 linei, 3 timea, tvetv auliHoiiiienl iitnerliun, One Square, 3 moiitha, tix iniuilii, One year, Rneiitesa Carda of Five linee, per annnm, M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 February 1853

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM.OK.iN JOURNAL. LKTTKR rilOM nAnOLONOENCCRIfll, sh TO CHIiiatorHER FALLON, K. Orric Phila fc Sukbort R. R. Co. ) Philadelphia, Jan. 29ih, 1853. J CiiRitTof her Fallow, Esq., Prtiidtnt of the Sunbury and Erie Rail Road Company : Dear Sir, The Philadelphia and Sunbiity Rail Road Company will have twenty fire nuieg 01 the road finished, from a point two miles west of Mount Carmrl to Sunbnry, with heavy T rail by the 1st of May next. When the connection with the Reading Kail Road i completed, (which will be dur ing 1854) the Philadelphia and Sunbury road will form the ahorteat route fiom Phila delphia to Lake Erie in connection with the Sunbury and Eiie, being 26 miles shorter than by the way of Harrlsburg, and It miles horter than by the Caltawissa and Tamnqna road. By the way of the Philadelphia and Sunbury, will be peculiarly tho Philadelphia route to Luke Erie, and while our road will be greatly benefitted in connecting with the Sunbury and Erie by the throu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 February 1853

R. ITE AT ROME. It will be seen by the following letter, copied from the New York Freeman't Jour that thii Venerable prelate hat, at lait, one ortr to the Roman Catholic Church. To thoie who were acquainted with the rratic wandering! of the Bishop, mind, for wme yean part, hit pretent course it not urpriiing. We are at length enabled to put an end to HI anxiety on the part of tone of our Prot eitant neighbors in reference to the Proles Unt Bishop of North Carolina. He abjured Proteilahtiim, and wai raceired into the Ca tholic Church at Christmas, in the city of Borne, by Mgr. Talbot, formerly an Anglican minister; at present private Chamberlain of Hie Holiness. We learn this by a letter from Rome dated Deo. 30th, in the Univtrst of the 6ih inst. The ea.ne letter informs ns thu a number ol Protestant pontons are labor, ing for the conversion of Mrs. Ires in the oly way they can, wnich is by abusing her hu.band. The following is an extract from he latter in the Univtrt : "Dr. Ues afte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 February 1853

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. (Prom the Journal of C i.mcrce.J THE MANIAC'S VISION. 8T MAJOR 0. W. PATTtf, V. t. AMT. They ny I'm mail, because) ! try With shouts to cnlm my brnm ; And when I dance, I knew not n, They bind mo wilh a chaw J Avaunl ! halloo I trill be gay, , Grief counts but little worth Since I have wept my tears ), What is there left but mttthl Bring me companions ! Am 1 ma.l 1 NJwoniierl should rave: They took the only one I had And hid her in n giove. And I'm kept Vre-a rn;r.y thing Wherefore full well I know , Ha! ha! because I iHUijh and sing They will not let me go. 1 saw the moon come down last night And danco upon the sea, Go, calch her eie she tnke to flijjht, And bar her up with me. The sun the say al rise of day, Did what he should not do; He smiled and made the hil! look gay; Let him be piisoned too. And yonder star is quite n bad Run, seize it ere it fly : We'll dance together all are mad Sun, moon and star and I. Look ! ho ! aside my fetters ca...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 February 1853

I NB RY I AMI 1 o JL II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. El ifjimda iitU)spnpcr-Dc)otcn to ajolMrs, aftrraturr, .fttoralftj?, jwtfm ant Domestic iicius, sclntce ani the arts, sicrfculturr, jitartuts, amusements, Itc NEW SEU1KS VOL. 5. NO. 47. 8UKM7RY, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. VA.. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13. 1853. OIT) SF.RIF.S VOL. 13, NO. 21. V ii TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. THE AMERICAN la pHl.li.hwt everv Snturclny n TWO DUI.I.AIIS per nnnum to be puid half yeurly in ailvance. No paper discontinued until all arrearage, arc paid. All communication, or letter, on Imainest relating to the office, to in.ura atlention, muat be PUS T PAID. TO CLUD9. Tlir.e e"pie. to one aildr.M, SSflO Seven D Do 10 00 Filteen Do .Do 80 00 Five dollar, in advance will pay for three y.at's eub aription to the American. (inn i DiKI 600 Boo 300 On. Pnuaie nf III line, 3 timea, Ev.iy .uletnent itmcrliuu, Cue Square, 3 month., Six months, One year, ilii.iuesa Card, of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 February 1853

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. r.iOCItfcDl.HUS, OF I'lllLAUFLl'lilA CITY COUNCIL. Tkunla;) Evening, Feb. 3, 1833. Select Council. Mr. smith called up the following Ordinance, which was offered at a previous meeting ! An Ordinance to authorise a Subscription 0 i the part of ihu C ly to Ihe Capital Slock of the Sunbury nnd Eriu Railroad Company. Section 1. Be it ordained and enacted by the Citizens of Philadelphia, in Seleot and and Common Councils assembled. That ihe Mayor of the Cily be and is hereby uiliori zed to subsciibe, in the name of (he Mayor, Aldermen and Citizens cf Philadelphia, foi ten thousand shares in '.Vie capiml stock of the Sunbury and E.ie Railroad Company, w henever a like tin m bar of shares excepting hll subscriptions now already wade, shall have been tubcribed, in conformity with the provisions of the charter of said Railroad Company! and in like manner for an addi tionul ten thousand shares shall have bsen subscribed as aforesaid by other. Mr. Perkins...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 February 1853

1 MINE HILL RAIL R MD EXTENSION We lay before our readers, thii week, the following extracts from the report the Min Hill Railroad Company, which relate to the extension of the road to Ash land, wheie the road will be connected with the Philadelphia and Sunbtiry road. Th report" contain! matters of importance to all interested in our improvements. Alter much rareful iiiveslisralion liV Board tin at length been able la bring lo . practical conclusion, ihe long ngilaled qties lion of Ihe proponed extension ncros Broad Mounlain into Hie Mahanoy Valley. As this project was 001 aidcred lo be thr most important that lias ever ensaged th' attention of the company, it baa bten Ihe desire of the Board to fortify its jti lrfrt.ini by Ihe possession of copious and accurate information relative to the lopogiaphy nml resources of the rugged district over which the road must necessarily be carried. Much time and labor have consequently been de voted to the collection of all attainable date by con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 February 1853

SUNBU11Y AMERICAN" AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. M LAMENTABLE LOVE. Oh. gosh ! my Sal has fell in love With John Augustus Kiicly ; Sim writes him ver.es every (hij i And read Ihem to him nightly. She say. ''hi eyes ara like fire flie, (They are of pea green color;) JI1.1 hair, '(is Imp, has minkins' hue, She says "bright gold is duller." Yet once I thought she did me love My heart heaved like an catlhqnake, When by John Gus she sat by Jove ! A feeding him with plum cake ; Oh ! that the lightning bright rriiuht strike, And heat that cake like ciitilfrs, So that 'twould burn his lip? and tongue, And scorch her little fiugeis. His form and step is like n. bear's She calls him "an Apollo ;" Sl:e might as well in urare compare A buzzard to a swallow ; My heart is torn, my money's gone I'm in a prespiration ; Sho left me Iiup, for n fellow who Is mean as nil creation. I'd myself chuck right off the dock, Knew I the art of swimming ; With a ten foot rope I'd hang and choke, But I never did like sw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 February 1853

i u m v i Li m II. B. MASSEU, EDITOR AND rUOPRIETOll. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. '.mm mm mi .mmji. ju -.Luuiu.t.-iuiuji; .i.t.uiiy iifiu'jjjapti- iUciioKD to ijouttrs, iittcr.itutc, iiiointtiy, jjrorttnu aim Domestic Uctos, Science anU the SW3, Slflvfculturr, fHarlvets, (ffimtsrments, &c MJ.W HtilUUS VOL. s. NO. -IS. suxnuny. xoirniu.Miu:ni-AM county, pa., satuihiay. February to. is.":?. UJI.IMK TMHJlUlUHl-J)llgWrTOP)IJgLMmnilL HllJJtlUJ.lULI IIJMH11" u.tmii-U-'jjjimujmmiBii OT.I) SERIES VOL. SC, NO. 52. TLR2I3 OF THE AMERICAN. THH AMKtllCAX i pnMishnl rvery f;iiunl.y t TWO IUH.I.A..S per HHiiitin to lie pnid liatf yearly in advance. Nt paper tliaooniinneil until all rrwirngi ure paid. All eummtiniciitinui nr lettcm o;i lmsitifM rdnling to the ortico, to iinure uttentmn, tnuft tw TOST PAID. TO CI.UU9. Three cpie to one add rem, SnO fct-ven 11 Dfi liMiO Fiitern I) i li ttUOO Five iMlan in aitvmicfl will pef fr tliree yeei'e ul cnpLinn In Hie American. On Sat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 February 1853

foreign News. DEFERRED ITEMS OF FOREIGN NEWS ENGLAND. Mr. Gladstone hat been re-elected to Par liament. Serious apprehensions are entertained in England that the Emperor Napoleon ia med itating a coup de main in the way of a de scent on Encland. The Goernment it making inquiries of the various railway companies how many men and horses and munitions of war Ihey can carry in a specified time lo certain point in ease of an emergency. Larce military stations are to be formed near Birmingham, and more tegular troops are to bo sent from homo. Napier, the English ship builder, ha re- . - . I I- ceived an order trom ino r renin omiui to build him 16 fiigales. The English, Ad miralty, however, cancelled the order and gave Napier a similar order. Since the departure of the Africa, 2,000, 000 in sterling gold has been shipped lo Australia, for the purchase of eold dust. Guano has been discovered at the Fulk land Islands. FRANCE. The Emperor has refused to accept the re sienation of M Do Diouyn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 February 1853

DEPARTURE OF OtN, TIEIICE FROM COMORO. Cokcoiid, N. II., Feb. 14. Gen. Pierce, President elect, left here this flrnoon, for Boston, (e i route for Washington) accompa nied by Sidney Webster, Esq. Numerous friend were present at the station, and took leave of him, but there was no other public demonstration. Ho will remain in Button tc-iiiglii, and be in New York to-morrow night, or Wednesday morning. The Cabinet is definitely and unchangeably foimcil, but none but those selected know it, and proba bly will not un'ill the 4th of March the nowff apcrs to the contrary notwithstanding. Gen. Picrcc'iRksiijekcc in Washington. Washington, Feb. 14. Gen. Pierce, it is said will take a private lesidence, during the spring and summer months, in this city, un til the executive Mansion is repaired and refitted. Condition or Mr. Fuller. Washington, Feb. 14 The condition of Mr. Fuller, who was shot a few days since by Capt. Schmim berg, is much improved, and the probabili ties are in favor of his ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 February 1853

SUNHURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOK1N JOURNAL. ZILGIAC LITERATURE. A gentleman who, the Tribune believe', aa a candidate for Congress last Fall, and got quile flallerinrf vole, Iiha just published a "jioem" enlilled: 'Th Classic Uriiiou, Emeneiioe, Chivi-liy and Renown of Daniel Wvbiter, translated into poetry by William J. Coggey, Esq., and isi al a losa which most to admire, the originality of the "poetry" the rhyme or the orthography. We give a specimen : The Nation heart in but Bewailing, that Man of all the Men, That By Brenetirig poxveiful Itirours, Great Lorrclls he did in, Austria flood amazed at the Grandeur, of hie intillocturnl tone, lit grasped the Ameiican Constitution, dis cussed the merits of Thionrs. Hit mind it was a Reservoir, wheie Classic Liquid ilid Bcnnif laie, Hi genius hud a sublime polish, that was no second rate, Kvtry word he said and dropped, was thaped with noble molde He lived to see his Native Land augment, seven and tenfold. The sea of his mtclisenue, unfalho...

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