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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 February 1853

UNBURY II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR SFiUtospapcr-Dc)otct to jjomtcs, aitcrnturc, JttoraiHa, i?otfl atrt Domestic jictos, Serene aim the arteoriculturf, TnrUtts, glmuscmcnts.'ic" 8EUIK8 VOL. ff, NO.40. SUJV.nUUY, NOUTIIUMnERLAM) COUNTY. PA., EATUHDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 18.13. OLD SF.RIKS VOL. I it, NO. 23. mmBms. 1 1V1 JCj It I v A in -fes . OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. J"K AMERICAN i published every ftalunlny U TWO DUl.t.AHS per mimim lo lie puid hnlf yenrly in advance. Nu paper diaooiitiuued until all arreurag.. are paid. All communication, or teller, on business relntiiis; to tli. uiGce, to imure attention, must lie l'OST l'AILi. TO CI.UH3. Tkree copies to one address, VSOO Seven 1) Do l"M fifteen Do Ho SO 00 Five dollar! in advance will pay for thre yeai'a sub oriptiou to the American. Oil Satiate of 10 linea, 3 tiinea, livery subsequent insertion. line Square, 3 month.. Six month., tine year, Ilu.iuem Card, of Five line., per annum, ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 February 1853

SUNBU11Y AMERICAN AND SHAM O KIN JOURNAL. IlARRtSBunn, Feb. 17. Scnat. Amendment by Ihe House of Repiesenlativa lo Senato bill No. 128, lo annex Bradford, and olhtr northern countie lo Ihe eatlern district of Ihe Supreme Court, were rend end concurred In. Mr. Quiggle, ihe petition of the officer cl Ihe court and mtsniber of the Par of Ly coming comity, for a change in Ihe 8lh Ju dicial District. Mr. Hamlin, of Wayne, a memorial from citizen of Potter county, in fuvor of a law imilar to the Maine Liquor Law. Also, one from citizens of Springfield tp , Erie county, in favor of a prohibitory liquor law. MrSlifer, a petition signed by six hun dred ladies of Le isbuijf, Union county, for a prohibitory liquor live. Alto, a petition from citizens of Union township. Union co., payi ig that the pari of a road in said loan hip used ns a towing-path, may be kept in repair by the State. Mr. Hendricks called up Senate bill No. 24C, supplement lo the net ine.nrpriratiiiiz the l'armers' Bank of Sc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 February 1853

-for cign Ncto0. LATER FROM EUROPE. ARRIVAL OF THE AMERICA. ENGLAND. A great banquet wan helJ by the Reform t Manchester, on the 3d inst. Gat rgn Wilson presided, ami there were many mem' beraof Parliament present. Mr. CobJen, in a speech on the occasion, offered to bet 1000 ftsairist ig. that Napoleon would never invade England. Mr. Willinm Rroiherslon look the bet, and bound CobJen over to the full amount. The London Morning Advertiser says, that packet of eighty letter had been stolen from the Emperor' private apartment, arid uspiuion reals upon Mrs. Howard. Letter which implicate the first men of France, ore also thought to be in her possession. A re. ward of 300,000 fiance has been offered for their recovery. FRANCE. The Queen of Spain proposes to present the new Empress with an Impeiial Crown, and the Dutchess of Alba sends an ofleriug of eight beautiTuI Andulusiati hoises. Palis has resumed its wonted quiet. The Ministers were each above jiving in turn feres," in honor of the...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 February 1853

SUN BURY AMERICAN AND SHAMQICIN JOURNAL ) o c t x u . THINKS I TO MYSELF. Ws Snd th Mowing uprightly verses in tlie B.ittoii Pott I I m w her npnin but a few tny ago, When Kossuth came down In i.'ur rily ; The name ol ihe lady I nevoi did know, But thinks I, she' uncommonly preliy. . And winy : And cleer, no doubt, as alie'a pretty. Think t lo myself, I hare seen her before, Fine face, and black eyed, and black hair ; But I could not tell where, as 1 thought of it more, And hang me ifl could tell where. 1 declare 1 could not tell how, w hen or w here. Bui now bolh the lime and Ihe pluco 1 re member, I remember her pleninjr addics ; At a certain hotel, in t lie mouth of Sopiem ber, We met in the doorway, t pnem ; . Yes, yes ; Thir.ki I, ehe'a the person, I guess. Thinks 1, she would make a good partner ior me, But she's manied or spoken for, I s'tiose ; Still, if thnl's not the case, and if I had no wile, Thinks 1 to myself. I'd "propose." Goodness knows. If it wan't for ail that, I'...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 5 March 1853

in II. B. MASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE TJIE POST OFFICK. Si iTamdy iiru)sp,iptv-Dcjoicti to UolMcs, artcintttic, itioraidn, iForcfflii ntt Somcstfc .fietos, Stfcncc ant the drts, aartculturr, mrtrUrts, amusements, fee MiW SLCUIKS VOL. ,lt M. SUNHUIIY. NOIM IIU.MIlKIlhAM) COUNTY. PA.. SATURDAY. MAUCTI .7. IS.3. OT.l) SKMKS VOL. IS, "NO. 5-.1. AM srifeMfel-Meifea TERMS OF TilE AMERICAN. kXI,Ki A'l:n,CAN in published every Pnlurdny m IWU UUI.I.AliS "T inn, inn I,. I pnid luilf lonrlv in adi-mice. io wcr diii-outinuid until all nrruurncui ure paid. All cominmiicatinm or letters on lm.ni.. rplnliiig to tli ifli?e, to insure iitieutiou, miint bo TOST PAID. TO CLUUS. Tlirro cples to one address, f 300 Hsvcn I) Do in (K) F ii teen Do Do sikki Five iMIiir in .dvnitc-i will pay for three yew's sub scription to the American. On. Sciunte of 1 Ultra, fl tiinei, Mverv .iilHieiineMt iiiBurt ion, "ne friiiiire, a inontlil, Hut montba, One yenr, lliiine.a Curd, of Fi...

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

SUNBUllY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. THE DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVEX TION. lUmusni'ito, March 1. The Democratic Elate Convention of Pennsylvania, to nomi nate candidates for the offices of Cannl Com missioner, Auditor General, and Surveyor General of the State, assembled to-day at 12 o'clock, in the Hall or the House of Repre sentatives, pursuant to the call of the State Central Committee. The attendance of Delegates was very full, and the strongest interest felt by "he Mend of the rival candidates, especially for the or. fioe of Canal Commissioner, caused much ex citement to prevail. The Convention called to order at 12 o'clock, amid muoh noi.e and tumult, by Mr. Wise, who moved that the Hon. Arnold Plumer, of Venanpo, to take the Chair, Mr. U'ie put the question amid cries of ( "order," "order," and great confusion. Mr. Fraley of Schuylkill, moved to nmend the motion, and that the Hun. John Cessna, of Bedford, take the chair. The utmost confusion prevailed far some time, and both M...

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

THE ERICSSON. Thit vessel has, for several daye past, been Ihe tubject of very general interest, specially among the Heads of Department nil oilier distinguished persons in Washing ton, near which place she is now lying. The doubts which were felt with regard to the efficiency of the engines and the new motive power employed to work them, hav. been, apparently in a great measure, o Ter at least as the unlearned public is concerned, dispelled by the result of her recent sea trip, nnd there is now supposed to be reason to authorize the belief that the use of heated air in the propulsion of boats may become entirely successful. The Washington Republic thus spenks of the visit of President Fillmore and those Who accompanied him to the ship : "The parly were received on board of Ihe calorie ship by Captain Eticsson and its commander, Capt. Lower, and were at once conducted to the engines, which had been put in operation for the purpose of facilita ting the examination. These were inspect...

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

r poetry. VARIOUS PARADISES. AH ORIENTAL PARADISE. A Persian's heaven is eaoily inndo, 'Tit but black eyes ami lemonmlo. (Bjs'oii Transcript. A CELESTIAL PARADISE A Chinese heaven of coomo would be, A heap of fa!, and a cup of lea. (Lynn News. AN ENGLISH PARADISIC. An Englishman's heaven would be, iu chief, A rosy cheek, and a roas'. of beef. (Vox Topuli. A YANK KB PARAllUC. A Yankee's is a dillerent life A soft pine buurd and a sharp jark-ki.ife. (Sunday Mum Nevvr. A YANKEE PARADISE. A Yankee's heaven, we are told, Is a pumpkin pie, and a bag of gold. (Sauk Co Wis. Standard. A BEVERLY PARADISE. A paradise, in Beverly, means A juuk of purk and a pot of beans. (Warsaw Courier. A TAVNTON PARADISE. The Taunlon boys think heaven's begun. As soon as honing and alenives run. (Cayuga Chief. A FRENCH PARADISE. A Fienchmnn's heaven is pood enonph, Willi a handsome fille and a pinch of snufl. Clinton Courant. A LYNN PARADISE. No other heaven would cobblers choose, Than plenty of work and cash...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 12 March 1853

NBURY 1 N 0 H. B. M ASSER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. a jFamfly iietospapcr-Dctootca to Vomers, aitrrature, iorala, jfortfun ana Domcsttc ilcius, Scffitcc mm the arts, Slurfculturc, iWnrncts, amusements, fcc NKW SEItlKS VOL. 5, NO. ft I. SUNUUI1Y, NORTIIU.M11ERLAM) COUNTY, PA., SATURDAY, MARCH 13. IS.IS. OLD SttRlISS VOL. I S, NO. 2 AMER n a w TERMS OF TIIE AMERICAN. T11K AMK.HICAN" ia publiih.il every Suturdny tit TWO UOI.I.AKS p.r Diiiimn to he )mid hnlf yearly in advance. No paper uisut-inlimied umil all urreunig.s are (aid. All cnmmmiicnttnn. or letters on business relntlng to Hit office, to iuiur ttention, must bo I'UST TAIL). TO CLUBS. Three copies to one address, 8.500 Kcven 1) fo IUUU Fifteen D Do auno Five dollars in advance will pay for Ultra year's sub scription to the American. On Sauaie of 16 lines, 3 times, Kverv subsequent insertion, One Sitmre, 3 inn.ilhs, Su months, One year, tlusiuess Cards of Five lines, per flnmtm, ft ...

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

. 1 SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. INAt'Gl RATION OF FRANKLIN PIERCE, PRESIDENT OF THE INITKD STATES. THE INAUGURAL ADDRES8. Washington. March 4. The sun rose upon Inauguration Day in the JnhIioiihI Metropolis in a lowering sky end It soon began to snow biiskly; but this did not seem to nlfect tho spiri'ta nf Ilia largo crowd assembled. The city for days hu been filling up and the train Inst evening and this morning brought additional thou sands to swell the muliilude. Early in the day the preparations for the procession were commenced, and the marshal ling of military companies, political clubs, and civio associations (rave an animated appear ance to the city. Among the military were many companies from a distance, including the Continental Guards of Brooklyn, the Law Greys of Baltimore, and the Flying Ailillery from Fort Mclleniy. At 10 o'clock the firing of minute guns was tilt) signal for forming the precession, and it was done after gome delay. It fanned in front or the...

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

Mass Meeting tn pursuance of n resolution paused by nieelin?g 0f (he citizens of Rush and other townships, and calls published in the differ, eut News Papers, Ihs citizens of Northttm. Jflnd county asssembled, in Mass Meeting, n Ihe Court House, in Snnbnry, on Saturday He 51 h inst., for Hie purpose of taking into consi.leratmii (lie subject of the subscription CI S200.000 by the Commissioners of said County to the onpitHl Hock or the Susquehan nan Rail Road Company. ' Oct motion of Mr Franklin Clark, the fol lowing nontlemen were unanimously elected. Prcsidcnt-SKMVEL JOHN, Esq., of Sha- ft-, nt ii ill Vice President Dennis Wolverton, of Up erAuausta; Hon Geoine Weiser. Sunhnrv i E J. Or. Fiii-lc, Northumberland; Daniel Conrail, Upper Augusta; Conrad Yost, Shamokin ; Col. Thomas Snvder. I.nwc A,i,t,,.i. rh... Carr, Rush; Jacob Leisenring? Shamokin, and William Fugely, of Conl. Sctretanctbt. U. B. Weiser and John A. Taylor. Several citizens opposed to the gubscrip tmn, enquired wheth...

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

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. SFXECT POETRY. ' ' "Alt ABOUT HER." tes, she rem lovely, she was lair As mild n summer's even ; An angel form, n spirit rara -A star just dropped from Heaven. Well, she? was. And ch ! those bright anil lovely oibs That gleamed wiih Cupid'i fire Thnio taven curls, that ncblo brow ! To see, was Id admire So it wai I 1 knelt before her, and I sworo I'd hare one burning kiss: Shn said '-Uniil you wnsh yonr faco You can't enjoy such bliss " Well, she did! 1 swore she was an angel loo, Who'd fallen from the sky ; She suid "Oh ! lot a pair of wings Onca more to soar on hiali Inriemf. she did I 1 - 'What ! vc hat !" I cried, "and would you thus A lover true desert ; "Oh Heavens!" she said, "the clolhes line's broke, There goes my brother's shirt !;' Well, she did lioss ! 1 felt jnst then ns if I'd dropt From Chimborazo's summit ; I felt my budding passion cropt ; 'Twas plain 1 couldn't come it. No, sir-re-e-e ! And did I quickly snatch my hat Without o...

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

CAN ja 0 il. B. MASSE11, EDITOR AND PllOmiETOK. SlsSS"' OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. CT JTamtl iifi5pnj)cr-Dc)0tru to jjoUUcs, JtHcrnturc, -fttoKilHy, jonffl antt Domestic -funis, Science nni the arts, SJortcuUurr, fHarlicts- Amusements, Vc 3 h 11 1 m:v 8iiii-:s vol. a, Ao. aa. TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TVi'i':.mMi'Vni,AN" ' P"1'1'"""' evrry Samr.lny o, ' UlU.I.AIiH ncr in , i I,. ia l.,r i.. :. n, wrtuce. N'j r,,cr ilim-mlinui'd until all urrrurugu urn ' A.I commiinii'iit ions or letters on Imsim relating to me oihee, tti insure iiltcnlion, innnl ha 1'UST l'AI L, TO CLUBS. Three copies to one n.Mrets, ff,,nn f-cveii j)4 ,, )() 1-im-cii D,i a0(H) Five clolUr- i aik-niiei; ,v, pa). fl,r lh . b crii.i,,n t n,e American. n S.iimie of in lines, fl limes, l.veiv milisi'ijuent insertion, One riqnnri!, 3 nnnnlis, Six ini'iillm, 1iii yenr. Ilusiiicts Cauls .if Five lines, per ninium, tl no 13 ill HI 600 eno 3011 .i, ' ' iinu nine, nnvcrtlfilnz nv me year, with the privilcgi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 19 March 1853

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL. foreign Nciuo. ARRIVAL OF THE AFRICA. LET Ed FROM Ei nOPE. SPAIN. the Bank of San Fernando, Madrid, has agreed to make an advance to Ihe Govern ment of 52,000,000 of reals, on the credit of me receipts at Ilavanna, in 18S4. PORTUGAL. The Libon newt of the 19ih, placet the Portuguese Cabinet in a precarious slate, not only Irom lack of suppoit, but from the pro cable cessation of diplomatio inlercouise with the Brazils, consequent upon the quar rel wilh the Brazilian Minister, Mr. Drum mond. The weather along the coast of Portugal the past fortnight, had been very severe AUSTRIA. Vienna letters are slill full of the recent Itempt on the life of the Emperor. The assassin's name is now spelled Jonas Libe ny, a journeyman tailor, from Stuhlweissen burg, in Hungary. His age is about 23. He maintains wilh vehemence that he had no accomplices, and that his intention was not to kill the Emperor, but to give him a "mark." He further maintains that he ha...

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

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL. Communication. Mount Comfort, Shamokin twsp. ) March 14, 1853. j" II. B Masser, Esq. I understand am censured by the anli ubscriplion parly for not vaoaiing my seat President of the Mass Meeting, held at Sunbury, on the 6th inst. Now for the purpose of throwing light upon the subject I w ill stale the proceedings of the opening of iho meeting as far as my observations served me, and then let an en lightened public cast the blame where it be longs. When the Court Mouse door was opened the people niched in with the force of ma ny waters ; 1 stnid back until the rush had subsided, and w hen I entered, tho house was completely crowded. Almost ai soon as I entered my name was called out for Presi dent, (I think by F. A. Clark, of Irish Val ley,) which was responded to without a de senting voice. I look my seat, nnd then ttr r r. i t ... . win u. uearneari ana vm. regely were nominated for Vice Presidents, Fegely tonk his sent, Genrheart declined on ...

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

THE PUZZLER'S CORKER. i'or the fan. laity Atic-main. KPV TO t.V-T v-'FV,,., P, J!r,,in H p , ,,., ''', ' ,,f M" '. I" the 11 1 linrf.om ..p '; H1 '"'c "' "' l'-'-" -'1", carry mi( U. ,uli- tliroKuh IMC Wllt'V. Gl-OCillAri'.lCAI. EMUMA. TO Jut NO STl' DK STa IN GKOGRAHir. 7 inn cnmrto.-rii of 20 'cMcrs Mv t ll ? (I is ri river in N 'Mli Aim-riva. Aly a 6 an I" :i ,.n r 'Hii in tniuMto. My 3 !' H it. a rii'er Mi Allien -v i C la a is ii ivmi'ty in lYumvlviuih. J y m ' . Uiki- in tin- riihct fiiius. M v A 9 III l in ii cape iii he United PU!. .My i IS 3 (I in a river Asia Mv '- i ; :I i n cnmit" in Cu Tir n Aly ! Ii 8 ii , ., l niviTr:! , in Id- V niter Plates -"'' Ml a a lii Is lei ir n r..,iiv in M esi-.i;.iii. a , II a l! "i in a c:lpi' in III - l.'nilej Suites. My a iu a 5 i.i n rivei in l.nr ipc J V 1:1 1 0 is n town in S nila A n.ctico etc I I 4 a it n e 'iiniy in f,r .rirn. .tly 1.1 Is 1 is mi 1-1 md in tin- i.irfci .Mexico. Jly III IH I 1- i, 'j )., I,, Snidan. ti 1? IP tl 7 i ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 March 1853

RY AMERICAN H. B. MASSEE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE, MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. NB nu suitiKs vol. c, no. , TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. TWO Dm'ii'S Pu,'llh"' "T Snturday n, hJL . laks p?.' tt"""m 1,8 i'uiJ '"'if yef"y paid Plpet dl"l!,""i"u!d urrenrngM ore All eommnnicatloiu or letter on business relating to in office, to insure attention, must lw l'OST l'AID. TO CLUBS. fl . . "pie to one address, s no f.".8" U Do kkio pi . ti . , ' SO 00 . .., ,..,. ,,, mivanen will pay for three yeuYs iul cnplioiiUi Hie American. One Satiate of 18 linen, 3 timca, livery subsequent iu.eUion, One Square, 3 months, Mx months, One year, lluinei Cards of Five linen, per annum, Morchants and others, advertising by the year, with the privilege of inserting different advertisements weekly. IV" Larget Advertisements, u. per agreement. SI 00 S5 3ra SOU HIO SOU 10 01) ATTORNEY AT L A ,V , SUITBUHV, PA. Business attended to in the Counties of Nor thumberland, Uniun, Lycoming and Columbia. Itefer ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 March 1853

SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1.W JOURNAL From the Evening Bulletin. THE PKNNsrLVANIA RAIL ROAD STATE TAX AND TONNAGE-NO. 1. The disastrous effect which result from the imposition of restrictions upon the busi ness of the State, is beginning to be proper- j Tprecmted by our citizens. Pcliloiu, numerously jgned by gentlemen of the highest intelligence and respectability, have been presented lo tho Legitime of 1'enn. ylvania, praying fr the abatement of the lax on the tonnage which passe through the State. It js hoped that a lib.Mal mid enlight ened spirit will characterise tha action of this body, and that, profiting by the exam ple of other Slates, all itijminus restrictions upon trade will be removed, a id encourage ment given to the earliest pn..illo develop ment of the greut resouices of our highly favored territory. The tax on the tonnage of tha Pennsylva nia Railroad was the ofl'sprina of n short lighted and erroneous policy, which looked upon the Pennsylvania Railroad as a com pe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 March 1853

Sox cign News. ARRIVAL OF THE CANADA LATER FROM ElROPB. ENGLAND. LorJ Palmerston stated in Parliament that no application had yet been mule for the expulsion of foreign refugee from England ml that liad such been mad it wonld hae met with a firm, decided refusal. Lord Dudley Stuart called the attention of Parliament to Turkish affairs, whereupon Lord John Russel replied that the Govern ment had thought it neoessary to hare a frank explanation with Austria, and ut the ame express the views of EngUnd as. to maintaining the independence of Turkey. lie said he had no doubt the difficulties at present existing would be adjusted by ne gotiation , Mazzini tins published a letter, taking the responsibility of the London Committee's manifesto, and slates that the address to the Hungarians in lialy was written by Kossuth t his request, during Kossuth's sojourn at Kuiaya, and never afterward tetrncled. The Duchess of Sutherland has placed Stafford Mouse at the disposition of Mrs. Reecher Stowe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American. — 26 March 1853

SUNimitY AMKlUCAN ATS'D S1IAM0K1N JOURNAL. THE PUZZLER'S CORNER. Answer to Ii weeks puazle-Jamea William Washini ton i subscriber of lh Americ n: Answer lo Inst week. Lnigroa Central YViiiftekt Scott. Tor the Suiibury Americas. G toon A I'll H.'AL I-.MGM.I TO VOl'NO iTCDrSTS IN CKCUAAr'H Y. I am composed of 14 letters My MHIllji Ii.u-ii in H.rth Amrrira. My -r It 1(1 W 11 iaa town in Hiirof. My 3 t:l .9 is whit every nun must do. My 4 3 14 13 13 in a t" m in Die Initial Suites. My 5 13 111 It ia a county In Oei rgia. My 8 1 7 13 is a Viilcmm. My 1 9 0 7 ia a town in Africi. My 9 7 ia a river in K.urope. My 0 11 13 3 iaa county in Illinois. My 10 4 n 0 7 is a county in Georgia. My 11 9 13 iaa town in Asin. My III 0 7 1,1 ian river in Aain. My 13 13 II 7 13 iaa tm-n m Kumpe. My 14 13 111 ia a l-ake in Ni.nli America. My whole ia a dialinguialird SUltcaiiiail. Anawer next week. u n March S, IMS. B u- THE ROAD TO HEALTH ! HOLLO WAY'S TILLS. CURE OF A DIPORDFRT1D MVKR AND B iD DIUKSTION....

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