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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

AHfTI-MASbjTlC V. S. ANTI-MASONIC CONVENTION. Mr. Whitilesey from the Committee'next herein mentioned, made the following Report on. the abduction and murder of William: .MosoaNj and on the _. conduct and measures of the Masonic Fraternity to prevent convictions, dfc* REPORT. (c ontinued.) The stage which had left Rochester early the same morning, arrived at Murdoch's tavern before the carriage containing Morgan passed. A gentleman of high standing, of Rochester, was one of the passengers in tho stage; when the stage arrived ot Murdoch's tavern, this gentleman called the man aside who then had charge ofthe tavern, and askod him if ho was a royal arch mason: being answered in the negative, he asked for writing materials, with which he wrote a note and despatched a boy with it to Jeremiah Brown/n*siding in that vicinity. - Jeremiah Brown came to the tavern soon after, and held a conversation with him. When the sthge went on; _BrdWu _wadr*he gentleman went on, in it. Soon after...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

From the Now-York Constellation.. T11E SILVER SIDE-SADDLE. There are many atones current among the Southerners concerning the Yankees, which to the latter are not a little annoying, on account of the gross ignorance betrayed by them. You willfind,tprexample, in the Southern States, every man-—not to men, tion women and children—seriously believe that among the Yankees one of the most favorite dishes is pork and molasses. :A" friend of ours, jfromrtM_^fayatatprwas some years since travelling in a stage coach in Virginia. Among the rest of his_^_jomi panions_, was a braco _t>f-stuttent_3 from Jeficrson College, w1k> without -suspecting our THE REPOSITORY. -friwid of tuft origin, indulgott-tuomBeivea in making sport of his countrymen. A variety oMudicrous stories were related of their manners and customs—the Yankee's privilege of guesting, was commented upon—his custom of- whittling, and sitting in a chair upon two leg s of the same—his barbarous pronunciation o...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

POETRY. ufiKii _itpielestjluwers enrich'd From various gardtusjuWd with care?' For the _GetlyBMrgrStaf THE DRUNKARD'S SOOLPQUY. Tis midnight! and the stars aresliming In yon blue concave! All is silent! Notubreete is heard or folt! My taper dimly burns. And Whilst here I sit and think of home, The pleasures of my "by-gouo days" 60 all spring up most Vividly, before my troubled .._. And dejected soul! . O! I am sick! My soul >¦ Sunk yi deep despondency ! Ah There I _*H in misory And pain, and have no friend To calm my ftsverod brow! What shall I do?—To whom for Consolation shall I look? Friends I have none—though Once I had a _IimngTvifc, And a mother doar—and children Which did climb upon' my ' " Knees, and kiss their worthless Father! O, memory ! wort Ihoa Erased from off my mind, How happy might I be! Could I but irotp Lethe, How would I there immerM MyBolf, until no more Were left of " other days!" Yes, I would _thoro dip inysolf Into the doad'ning stream, Until no...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

Cobbett_'s Letter to France. (STATE OF ENGLAND A WARNING TO FRANCE. To the Editor of La Revolution, at Paris., _PRESENT STATE OF ENGLAND. ' L _' ondok, 26thjNov. 1830. Sih.—You hear of great commotion m England, and particularly of the _jf res whi<Jh are now blazing in twenty-six counties out of forty that England contains. These fires consume barns apd other farm-buildings, and stacks, or ricks,? of wheat, barley, oats, beans, peas, and hay; and _aometimes the value of these in one single farm-yard, amounts to a hundred thousand francs or more.. The country worjeing people~a._xe !?*y?An g_. thj8 destruction, which is spreading_, into every part of England. You will be sure that this terrible state of things has not taken place without a cause; this cause I will explain to you, and in that explanation you' will see the real state of England, all the causes of her feebleness, and of _thesslavery and misery of her once free and happy people. e^" The working people of En...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

Pennsylvania Legislature. "Mosday, Feb. 14. A bill for the division of Mifflin county and the erection of a new county to be called ^«ntnto-comrtvTiasHeThthtriftnise_^5_fR _presentatives this morning and was sent to the Senate for concurrence. This has been a question before the Legislature for many years. . „ , . Tuesday, Feb. 15. The bill to incorporate the York and Marylandjine rail road company, came bp on the second reading. Mr- Alexander addressed the house at some length in favor of the bill. Mr. Blair spoke against it; lie _saidTTwara_^_altimord projeetrandaddress ed the house at length against the passage of the bill. _Mn Ikf'Sherry observed, that it had been said it was a Baltrmore-a Maryland project—-admitting it to be a Baltimore project, if bur own citizens were bencfitted" by it it ought to be granted. Ho then brought into the view of the house an amendment, to prevent the commencement of the road until 1833; he thought that it would be an advantage, not only to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

TWBSTY-FIRST CONGRESS. »«OOND-»US_13N. ' _^-xv *""1 "''" '" . ¦ . Thursda-y, Feb. 10. ¦ Mn tne S_»_nateLyeaterday,_^r.- Webster piesented _meraorialB from the/"Prudential Committee of the American Board of Commissionerff for Forefgn Missions of Massachusetts," and from inhabitants of Brookfield" -in the same _States against the removal-of the southern Indiads. The debate on Mr. Or\indy's _resolution relative to the Post Office inquiry was resumed. Mr. Grundy being in possession of the floor, opened the de-: , bete. He was followed by Mr. Hendricks. "¦ Mr- Clayton succeeded in reply to the arguments of Mr. Grundy, and had not donclu-<ed when the Senate adjourned-The House of Representatives was prin-•iWJy engaged yesterday in the discussion «f a WO relative to the establishment of a . _IadA Office in Indiana. The _Aouse subseqoeBtrj took up tho Appropriation Bill, «rf"tb» question of the salary and outfit to yMt: RwJolph. Mr. Arcfier spoke at some ._^i_^_tim in _dtfenee ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

TfIE BALTIMORE MARKET.—Tiio laBt Patriot not containing the price current, wd are unable to give a cofrect-statoment of tho market. Wo learn, however, that Flour was soiling for $5 (_52 £ tho lfttter part of last week. KPW© have been politely favorod by Mossrs. M'Sherry and Marshall with the •' Report of tho Commissioners appointed under tho resolutions of March 23d, 1830, Volativo to a Revised Code of Pennsylvania, being tho _rovision of tho Statutes relative to Reg isters and Registers' Courts, and Proceedings in the Orphans'Courts." Those, as well a» any other documents furhished us by our representatives, are at tho pleasure of any person who may wish to examino them. " . _ETWe invite tlie attention of our readers to the article in another column, on the " Present stale of England." BICKNELL'S _COUNTERFEIT DETECTOR. We havo received tho last two numbers of the second volume of this highly valuable publication. ' Wo beliove it to bo one of tho most usoful publilions now in ox...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

NEW-YORK AMUJLET, _AKTi ' - ¦ :. _'.. ¦ Ladies' Literary and Religious Chronicle* We scarcely know whether, in commencing a Second Volume of the New York Amulet, it is necessary to present our Rea- : ders with a new Prospectus. On the further consideration, however, that ova readers will have a new Editor, and that &• Editor _bapes to have many new _rewterSy it may be_^f oper to speak briefly of the character and intention of our Work. . It is our wish, and, to the extent of our humble powers, will be our constant endea- . vour, to promote those two great essentials of human happiness, love towards God and good-will towards man; where the first, indeed, is found in sincerity, the latter cannot be absent ~~ Thus far «ur work wHl be-entitled tt> the appellation of religious; but it is not oar purpose to make it theological, or to enter into any of those controversies in which, it is much to be regretted, there _is; too frequently, more of the spirit of party tha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

_BICKNELVS CoujgTERieEiT Detector, AND PENNSYZVANIA REPORTER OF BANK NOTES, BROKEN BANKS, BANK AND INSURANCE STOCKS, GOLD, PRI. ¦ CES CURRENT, &c. &c. <Scc. The first ' volume of this publication having been concluded, the publisher respectfully tenders his thanks .to his numerous patrons for their kind encouragement, and trusts, ISy renewed and persevering'efforts, to render the-_^Detector" a still more useful and valuable work. Since its commencement it has received a most liberal share of public favor, the subscription to the work being such, at this time, as to guarantee its permanent establishment, and license the editor in more " extensive arrangements in the prosecution of his labors. —jrue_^'Couhterfeit Detector" is designed principally as a useful auxiliary to storekeeprs and men of business gonorally every number contains a carefully corrected , Bank Note last, rrices Uurrent, L,_ist of Br oken Banks, Prices of Gold,Prices of Bank and Insuran...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

, _Jftt2OJREWARD, * Tnciuding that which t have oflered in •* hand-bills, wilt be given for the Ifpfe* _hension of _. >-. .. ¦¦' m • MILES CARVEBt, but- sometimes calls _himself GOOD INHAND, _^vho _bjoko out of the jail of ffie county_'of Lancaster, on the morning of the 12th inst. confined on a charge of ROBBERY. - On the previous nig _^ ht he broke his ' hobbles, armed himself with two hickory cudgels, a batcher knife and an iron poker, laid injunctions ot secrecy on the other prisoners under pain of death, swore that Ba had broke four jails, and he would break this one also that night or die in the attempt; said he was a Jiighway robber, and had 81000_T>uriea *" not 'Ituniles from Lancaster. He attempted putlinf liis threatrinWexe-Cution by breaking through the frontwah1 of the Drison. nnd. w; biild have _sticceederl haif it not. been for ' one heavystone; 'After "' failing here ho frothed and foamed, said he. would be chained to the floor if he did. not get...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

PROSPECTUS_^ BY I- O. HARN & COi For Publishing, in Haoers-Town, Md., a. weekly NEWSr-APER, TO BE CAlXtU THE FRTBE PRESS. rwiBE FREE PRESS will be decidedly -¦- opposed to Masonry, and _wHlattempt .to promote a candid and digninai_^exajnination of the nature and effect of Secret Societies. Whether good or evil, their influence on social, moral, and p olitical rights, is a fit subject for investigation, in' order that the community may award either duo approbation or merited judgment. It will be devoted to Passing Events, Politics, and Literature—it will give.a brief and condensed history of the times, showing the principal changes which take place on the earth, whether in governments, war, or morals. It will advocate the march of Improvement in commerce, manufactures and the arts—Temperance, Free Schools, and the cause of the poor and oppressed.— It will record .valuable documents, renunciations, historical facts, resolutions of conventions, proceedings of churches, an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

_V1 _iciiiiii;: ' » _kMjto_, • I _$. PURSUANCE of an Order of the " Orphans' Court of Adams County, will be exposed to sale by public vendue, on Friday the _ldth day of March _ntarf, M_$&& A TRACT UdOUNTJLl._^ iiALHH, Situate in Hamiltonbanyetownship, Adam* county, bounded by lands of Moses Seabrooks, Solomon Young, Walter Smith and others, containing 132 Acres, iftore or less: It is covered with thriving young timber, consisting princi p ally of"Che8n«t,_s Pino and Locust—Late theestateof JOH-N-BOM-_G4RT. NER> _deceascA. _ 0_^MeJ.ocp_int. menco at 12 o'clock, M., on the premises. Attendance given, and terms made known, by NICHOLAS B. SHRIVER, By order of the Court, Adin'r. ; JOHN B. CLARK, Cl'lc. February 16, 1831. 4t—45

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

of From the Newark Monitor, Jan. 20. Mr. Editort allow me to relate a small incident which has, just came across my mind. • j Some time ago, I had a con _versation with a mason in this town, and told him what I had heard one of his brethren say, viz: that "Masonry had led him into many of tlfii errors of hia life" , The Knight oftheca'ble-tow was enraged at hearing this, and replied, with a sarcastic grin, "He ought to say nothing against _^_kmncuUElOJR. it kepthimfrtunihrSTATEShJPRlSONi" The public can make their own _commenls.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

1>IED, On the 15th inst. Miss Maria Bossesuan, daughter of Mr. Jacob Boss_^rtnan, (formerly of this county,) of Baltimore county Md. aged about 16 years. In Emmitsburg, on the 26th ult. Mrs. Eliza Waters, consort of Henry G. Waters, Esq. aged 30 years. On Tuesday morning last, James Cowaghan, son of Mr. Dennis Conaghan_, of Conowago township. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

MAKKIED, On Tuesday week last; by the Rev. Mr. Stewart, all of this county. On the 13th ult. by the Rev. Charles G. McLean, Mr. Samuel McNay, to Miss Aones Biouam—both of Liberty township. _^ On Tuesday laist, by the Rev. William Paxton, Mr. John L* . _GiixiLANn,1 to Miss Jane M'Cleary, daughter oriVlr. Josepii M_«Cleary-, all of Millerstown. * ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

A QUANTITY OF .. - Anti-Pilasonic _Almawtci_^^ with a great variety of o|her -intereftiag ' Anti-Masonic ' _Publications, have just h|pM received and for sale by_^ ¦ ¦ ' -- . ' \ . ._',VI ,x._\ VALERIUS _DIJKEfltoV - v. BaUJmore_, 1st mo. 12,18B1 J _?4_^ ¦ *¦- ¦ ' ¦>¦. ¦ _x *¦ • ¦- ¦¦ - ¦ ¦ ¦ )¦ - ¦ r ¦ . ¦ • _ - . I -a v ' ¦ .", ¦¦ ¦:. ¦ -7_' _- . -::,. • • ¦• --•\ .:..;. _- . a " ¦ ¦ ¦: _/ •¦:. ¦ ¦' : -!' ¦ . ' _-¦¦ % ¦ _' ¦ ¦ ¦ '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

THIS ANTf-_^_JkBOMll_^ REPUBLICAN BANNER.

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