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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

CARRIAGE IIUJJS Which can now be had at tho low rate of ONE DOLLAR per set.-0_i7"Uis prices for work are moderate—a liberal credit given to punctual .customers; and all kinds of country produce taken in exchange, for work.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

_jO Tvimreiii.& „ or _EVIJBY DK8CIHPTION L , EXECVXED WITH Mg _^TWKflfl jAWPJPgSg_^_W t—XT *H S_«MWAOK.TH» _~r" . - ¦ STAR _ASTP B_^XN ER, j A few " _doalrg_^ _ffiatrttt. Fornfi Hatrl_, - ¦,.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

ALL _IvIXDS OF _TURXIXG .- AND OF TlfE_ l_^A'J'KSIT_KASl . ll_OjVS, Can be had at his Shop, at any tirno.—where he has constantly on hand

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

c a _jyTsiwr ware-house.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 19 July 1831

, THE FARMER'S DEPARTMENT.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 26 July 1831

T- _jOir a _^ _^ 9 " lan ' iiifx; That thr mindof _drsiiltnnjman, sliidmun _nfrhruirrr And pi muni inlli nurrlti/, mny hr hidiiltrnl." A WFVLi T)EATII!—On tho _t'_Oth _insf. Mr. .lohn Milton Partridge, late merchant in Tarry town, Westchoster county, wont with saveral others to Bu ' _tterjiills, about two or three miles above Wcsf Point, and attempted to climb up the precipice hi searcli of iron ore. Mr. Partridge had succeeded in climbing about 150 or 200 feet up an almost perpendicular rock; when by sorno tnealis_^_ie ~ 8lippe(_lTi_^_n~iore ' m(«it about 30 feet, and_"sTnick afoclT_'wh'fclf ' was made slippery by the trickling of the water down it; from this he bounded and fell the remaining distance of about 150 feet, and struck among the rocks at the foot of the precipice! He expired immediately. Mr. Partridge has left a wife " and four small children to mourn their loss." _. From Iho Baltimore Patriot. A Gentleman Missing. —In a&lition to those named in the 5 su...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 26 July 1831

VIS32 -Sa&ffiffiO_^B . A. P?._AGM2SITf '.a - "Well, well, I think it's liUfelyp_^nt don't Jeasejnfe' anyjnpre. Yourbjothej-hasinar_^ ried a poor girl, one whom 1 forbid him to marry, and I won't forgive him if they starve together." " " - This speech was addressed to a lovely girl scarcely eighteen years old—beautiful as the lily that hides itself beneath tho dark waters. She was _parting the silvery locks on her father's high, handsome forehead, of which her own was a miniature; and pleading the cause of ter-delin.quejit_brothjBrj who "had mafrieS- _agninst her 'father's will, and had consequently been disinherited and left to poverty. Old Mr.'Whcatly was a rich old gentleman, ' a resident of Boston. He wa»a fat, good natnrod old fellow, somewhat given to mirth and wine, and sat in his. arm chair from morning till night, smoking hisr pipe and reading the newspapers.— Sometimes a story of his own exploits in our revolutionary battles, filled up a passing hour. He had t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 26 July 1831

THR &AJI tATVT> bP.ieiN'A.L ' oiDE. Air—Scot Is wha hue wV WaUgcr hied HAITi,nur P.nnntiy'a natal morn! Hail, my spreading kindred horn! Hail, _tliou liannor not ynl torn* Waving- o'or llio fico! While, this day, in Costal thronjj, _Millions swell tho patriot-song, _Kliuil _npt wo " thy notos prolong, Ilallow'd Jubilee? Who would sRvor _Freedom's •lirin<>? Who would draw tho invidious line? Thouph by birtli_^one spot bo mine, jDcar is all liie rosi v^~ Dear, to me the South'a fair, land, lJoar, tho central Mountain-baud, Dear, New-England's rocky strand, Dear tho prairicil West. Ry our altars, pure and froo, By our Laiv's i!»op-rooted troe; Hy tliri pnnl'a (kcml mnmory, Ilyoiir \VAS/IIN(. "I'Ci]V; . ' By our common paroul.tongue, _" Ity ' our liopos, bright, bouyanl, young-, liy the tie of-country- sftonfj—We will ' still bo ONK! Fathers! have yo bled in vain ! Ages! iniistyo droop ngain? MAKKR! _nhall we rashly stain Blessings sent by 'f HKK? No...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 26 July 1831

HUNTINGDON, July 6 _Distressing. —We have just heard that a daughter of Judge _AoAJts, and a MissShriner, were killed by lightning yesterday morning, at- his residence in Petersburg. The particulars-we have not heard.—-Gazette. Awful t tIndeed/-*-An earthquake has taken place'within _SOOtajje'_R ofPekin;from 500,000 to one million oKbeyig-a'are represented to have perished ; twelve towns, or cities are destroyed. The earthquake was •„_. accompanied by storms and floods which _n lasted three days.. . ¦ '"' Samuel II: Arnold, the anti-masonic can- ¦ _* didale, has been elected Governor,of the .; state of, Rhode Island. Thus are w»' fill '- ' __S nishpd every day with raorejand more of t|>_ia. kind _ofevjdence of nntima8onry being on the ' ' decline. ' . . . - . _^ The Detroit Courier _promiam to _publUh \' Mr. _Ruih's_^eiter. I iTh' iil'i ' _^. ri_^hi. -' . . J . . Notlu[; _"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 26 July 1831

OKFICJB OP THE _§TARV _ClIAMBEBSBXJflG StRSET, K FEW DOORS W£8T OP MR. Votltt'ffjLVERV. 1 ADVERTISEMENTS Conspicuously inserted four times, for one DotT-AiTper square—brer (bur times, twenty-five <;xnts per Bquaro _^ will be charged. • ¦ _i ¦ '' -- -i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 26 July 1831

Z_~ f_*TlprVbF THIS rarCTfc-_^-TwojfotfcjtK_^ per _ai>T_?nm—paynWc half yearlyTiTtdvaJice. No siilisi-ri pUoiis taken for 1mb-than six months,and none discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the opttoti of the Editor—and a fai)nr_« to notify a _diKcontinTiance *ill bo _coiitidered a new engagement, and the paper forwarded ac* cordingly<

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 26 July 1831

CHAMBERSBURG, July 12. Freshet, again.-?-On the'afternoon, iof _Tuewlay last, this place w_^ visited by one pf the, most, extraordinary fells of rain that its oldest citizens recollect' of ever witc essing. It lasted but about 80 minules, and in tffat _space,<ff time so conjfletely drenched the eaj-th that a great_^iar_; of tho princ ipal street presented .ari_fhnos! _iinbrol faii _she _' _flf, of _waterYextfinHing_^ in _plncos, over the pave- j inonts. The ialling spring rose, in tho-i course of airhour and a half, so as to overllaff its _baiiksiv_^nd cHUsft n partial rene'val of the disagroeahle coiiscqnnni_'_._rn "f thp flnrHlon "l'hursday riu;ht prcct-ding—though its occurring in tho duv, enabled persons, to gu_?rd their propcrtynnue siicccssfiilly.— A good deal of fciioing_^A1_":. lh;it_.h;».l been put" up iii ' tlin neighlMirJKMid •jitter the/jrst destructive freshet, has bWn a_^ain swept off. _\Ve believe tlie opinioiVwitliin hounds, that 840,000 would not _c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 26 July 1831

saw sjvoiuiaiiJ'tf Wo smiiyiDiLa'_^^_Sia At S3 per annum, hnlf-ycnrlj- In advance.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 26 July 1831

ree Days Later—Reported POLISH VICTORY! BALTIMORE, July 20. The Nerus, arrived at Boston, has brought the London Sim of the evening of June 3d. The. only article from this paper furnished by our Boston _^ Cdrrespohdent, _ia the following, which aflbrds us some ground to hope that the gallant Poles have been winning another harvest of laurels in their unequal struggle with the Russians:— From the London Sun ofJune 3-We have yet nothing absolutely to authenticate the rumor mentioned yesterday,. of another signal victory of the Poles over " the_^uSBians. ":7_i| _fo doubt, hOTvever-,-e.xi8t8 of great and important advantages having been obtained by the former; and we have just been informed from a most respectable source, that the Polish Legation is in possession of the particulars of this fresh victory* Our informant, however, states that the obstinate and sanguinary conflict, which IttBtod two dav8,-(19th andJ_^UikilayXiQgk place with the Russian _imperial guard commanded by Gen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 26 July 1831

Democratic Antimasonic Celer bra tion at _Harrisbui_^g. RftGUXiiR _JOAHTS. _O+nTtzr. Washiuglon.-_^^-Tho first enmmanner-inchiof ot 'an army of _Amoricun freemen—the first Prnsidont of _iliis ireo republic. His fame was greut—rhis worth was greater. ; ' ¦ 'ihe 4au$_e of Anli-masonvy.—It is the eauso of thn pooplo, it svill triumph. Crowns have fallen before it—Mitres aro at its t>ot_; and at its nod regal bannera_.'plumes and royal badges fire ingloriously iiiipriaonecl in musty ckioCt_^j-ifnd concealed in unfrequentod.garrets. The Mumbufr of Freemasonry.—It_.has put the Staio ofTrPonnsylvania undor Uio direction of an oath-bound bSnd _. but she ft Shly b._g_\_yed down ' to rise the _sjj_^n_^_eri ' .. * ' ¦ The _ilan.4iiohard Rush , —His able and patriotic exposition of the ovil-eiledis and tendency of Froejnaaanry__and_ ilB coadjutor ' s, ' ontitlos him to the crratitudp and reward t-f iho Amorican people, The Country.—The home of Anti masonry -—Too many of the inhabit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 26 July 1831

Mr. Clay and Masonry. Tho different contending parties relative to tha Presidoncy of tho United States, (says the Harrisburg Statesman,) each in their turn affect to dispisa the strength of tire—Anti-masonic papty_^ but thoy often give strong signs of fear, from the consequeuccs of tl_»o Anti-masonic party uniting witu thoir opponents, aud thoy frequently court the aid of tho party thoy protond to disregard. Their fearsare_. gj:_auri.dlc_£at _jSiJ.heir insinuations-AJseleitfc Tho Anti-maBons have formed a party from principle, and they will support their own nioa and measures with _firmnesB. We havo been lod to those remarks by th« following charge made against Mr. Clay, in tha Washington Globe, a_^papor much opposed to tho Anti-masonic party. In 1822, a masonic notice was " published in the Intelligencer in Washington City, _calling a meeting of the members of .Congress, and otlier citizens attached to othe fVtt_4«_rt>it-y-j-4^>-Utk&4nto ronsirlpi-ition ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 26 July 1831

ANTI-MASOXIC Tlie following is from a gentleman who was elected, by the recent Clay Convention held at Albany N; Y. a delegate to the United States Convention, to be holden at Baltimore next December, for the purpose of nominating Mr. Clay for the Presidency. It will serve to show the state of feeling among the high minded, men of New York, who were formerly_Clay _iren, but who have left that party so . soon as they saw it truckling with the Regency to save free-masonry-Ogdensburgh, Junel&h, 1831. pTotha-JEditor of the Albany _EvanihgJourflal: I have seen by perusing the proceedings of the Convention of National. Republicans, recently held in the city of Albany, that I was appointed a Delegate-from - this- Congressional District tb attend a National Convention in Baltimore, next December, for thSplirpose of nominating * Mr. Clay to the next Presidency. The object of this letter is to communicate through your Journal, to the gentlemen cornpoeing the late Convention, and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 26 July 1831

Latent front Ensft<tind.—Th_* hfc m.- _^k._ -. ¦ _^hIV ~ '_^_t i. i ' _ '1 ._'_r_^ — - " - ' - _^^ -¦- -- - ship Ajax, at"New i ork, nniVss Liverpofil L_ papcaw to thej?d_ June inclitsivfy Our correspondents of the _MercantTIp_^_VdverTisej ha_^e tranBmitted us proof-sJip9 ~ cijntaining the following: ' _, _TJie London Mornijiii Chronicle of _Jst _^u June contains a long letter from its Cones"P* pohdent,p. P. Q. dated, Paris, 2Sth May: in which he gives not only liis own views bufrepeate conversations, _siiid.to have taken place on the Bourse between himself and ¦ .several well informed men on all sides of the question which is now _thci _'enwrossina; topic: peace or war. It seems that (). P..Q. himself leans to the s.ide of W.ir in Europe.—1 That Perrier's determination to _preserve peace is not so popular as _itwas; for though . _' . " : France wishes peace, yet as _jwace cannot be preserved without "humiliation," Frenchmen desire War: and therefore Perrier's popularit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 26 July 1831

IJ ALTIMORtf MA KK KT. From tho Patriot of .Saturday U_«t. _FLOl.'R, ltowiird-.il. —The receipts _coutinuo linutud and'as tho dpiuand fur fresli (. 'round flour lias'exceeded (In; supply, a litflp iniprovomcnt in prices hau boon realized. Sains of fresh ground_, in small _parcels havo boon rnado at ¦ _j _'_5 to 5 12_^ per t.rl. In pr»_M>culin(r -uur _mquirioij to-day, wo Cud _tJi:it some ofiho do_._ilers _narjjn 5.S.5 »s _thp sloro price of frosh grpund, and others 5 _12J. In thu early j)art, of tho wcnli a parcel of old flour was sold at \ 7.r >, and a lot, subject to ro-inspection, at 4 _#~ii. To-day a lot was sold ut $!>, _subjoot. to rninspuctioii. The wagon price of fresh ground Hour to-day'rangos from 1 37 A to 85 per brl. VVUKAT.—The new crop has begun toarri-va at market. Sales of various parcels of very good red, weighing from 58 to 59 lbs. havo boon sold within tho last two days at SI 00 per bush, and or. dinary parcels lower as in quality. Sev...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 26 July 1831

&tUl JLater from Poland_* BOSTON, July 20. The Fi-ee _£r*3s says—ftirBy the arrivaH at thi_^pnrt yesterday of the brig Czaiina trom _CronstadTT_^_veFteam that verjHittln way published at St. Petersburg relative to the Polish _Warfbut it was generally' acknowledged the Russians had lost 80,000 men since the commencement ofxhe campaign and that the Emperor calculated to sustain a loss of _200,OOU in the iinal subjugation of Pohuid. "^Q_£j"At Elm ' neurc it was currently n;ported'' that tlie P.olcs_^.aidcd by_ _Litliuanian insurgeuts, bad cut off the .supplies for the Ruii_<iaii__Axiuxv and_..that..._Giil_'v _Diebits_^h would ¦be-obli4)t;d :ta_~eiiter_lhii.Piussiiui-doniinion; and that V^'ilua was in p_»_wsessiou of tlie

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