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

_^_HiH_^ tne last session 01 tne _PAS5Oi!iJJat x.e-.gialatiiR of Ponnsylvimin, havo boon received at this Offico, and are ready for delivery. . < GEO. WELSH, Proth'y. _Prothonotary.'. OfticcAtlanis I , ' *' "• ' county, Jun 14,1831. i . >* 4w—10

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

DOCT. S. IH. TUDOR OFFER S his Professional services to the public generally, and can always be found at his father's residence, at the house formerly- occupied by " Jamoo Morr4_eseH within one mile and a half of Hampton. Fair Mount, June 14, 1831. tf—10

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

_*_Tfc «,E\V AAVM RANAWY from the subscriber, living , near Taneytown, Frederick co. Md. on the 2lst of May last, a negro man named

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

THE FARMER'S DFVAKTMEN'l From Badger'_t Weekly Metsenecr.

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

VENDUIj The subscriber, being about to remove frorr Gettysburg, will ex|iose to public ssile, On Saturday the 6th of Augvst next, at his dwelling, a quantity of i coosnvd stove TWO TPJ-PtATE STOVES o_^_ia cow,« With a variety of other articles. _S_?_a]e to commence at 1 o'clock, when attendance and a credit will be given by : JOHN _^. _STARp. July, 1 . 2, 1831. ts—14 . _^

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

' THEJ3_AGf<R IIOTKL. _rhiHE undersigned respectfully informs - ¦*• his old friends and customers, and the public in general, that he has taken that well knowjn _IfWfe EAGLE Situate on the corner of Baltimore and Middle streets,;fformpTly ocfenpied by Mr. B. _Giliieut. Thn,house is largo nnd convenient. His Har is well stocked with the best of Liquors, and his Table will always be furnished with the best the market can aflord. The stabling is good and roomy, and attended by an attentive Hostler. Travellers and others are assured, that - h -_fi_ wi!L"«« _«y£ry; _exertion __Jn_ h _Utpowex to render both Man and _Horsr comfortable. PHILIP HEAGV. April fi, 1831. . if 5'>

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

_CUHEBERXAINTD INN. The undersigned respectfully makes known to the public, THAT IIK H\S TAKEN THAT WKLL KNOWN _kl *s_± V _iSibiiiifi |;;»;_M|*iLi*«i\fcJt} Situate at the south-«nd^)f~_Gettysburg» on the _Baltimore turnpike, called the "CUMBERLAND INN," where Travellers, Drovers, Wagoners, <fcc. can be at all times uccommod>_Uetl rand wery exertion _nmde by himself and _family to render satisfaction to all who may. fa vox ' him with a call. J. HARBAUGH. May 24, 1831. ' tf—7

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

LOOK AT. " THIS! W^^^_f_^on the TiAST TZBKZ! _HJJCS_? I c_""on _»H _thtiso indebted to me, either by bond, note or book account, to come forward and make settlement I this nolicc _.has no more effect than my for mer notice, those indebted will have to make settlement with persons who will add COSTS to their visits. JAMES AT. THOMPSON. April 27, 1831. tf—2-3

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

MARRYING FOR FUN " *" ""A" marriage wHicTi lately took place in this county, and which was announced in this paper last-iweek, turns out to be»ralhcr a liiclicrous fffthfr, " and; _tdpKJ>1_^Tiii} deir ' the&IIp]y-•itrg_^ cn_^uiiBjtSnces: the parties, together with a number of the young people of both sexes in tho neighborhood, had been invited to the wedding of another couple, and had : _assembled at the house of the-bride where the nuptials were celebrated. After the ceremony had taken place, a young gentleman, one of the guest, proposed to a young lady present, to be married for fun, and they stood up together upon the floor for thatpurpose. The magistrate,who it seems was willing to contribute his share of the" fun, consented to gratify the humor of the couple sojkr as to agree to marry them a fip '_s worth—a second contract followed to be married to the value of a "Zcry," and in this way the "fun' , ' proceeded for some time. The magistrate, it appears, at...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

TIMMirTUifTH _^_TlLMTF ^' '¦ . ¦ To thelp_' vAHe_. ' _— : Circumstances beyond my control hate placed me under Hie necessity _oT preseHlmflJ ifiyself to your notice. I assort noclairm toyoor -ttMentiotTjr-which _doesTioT_^elong equally _kT*^~ every free citizen ofthe Republic But I ask, and, I feel that I have a right to _expect, your candid consideration of thisaddreB8._It*«_ftbfe . y ject iif one of awakening interest W _u« aiU-r_^ The |>osition in which I find _mvsetfhas rtr> thing inviting in it. It is one which! have not sought, but which has been _forced ttpotf me, and one in which I amcalled'upon to vindicate not myself merely, bin the cause* ot truth, and the best and dearest interests ofthe __ ci>miuunitj',_atahazajjdiowhkh:_fetHify«leBef could be insensible_^ ." -- ¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦ _¦ ¦ . The misrepi_^_setitations of a public Jou*_- ' nal, _professing to speak the language ofthe ' President ofthe United States, and _pubMaheoT under hiseye, have presented...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

WffltEi. _®WdM_3_* Tuemlay MoruinK, Anoint _» _± JlH»J« THK LIFE O*1 HBiWitY- _STTT_.IirSrG. We have been favored with the. proof sheets of the first form of the "Lipie or IIenrVStilu.no,", translated from tho Gorinunby Dr. ITAZEUtfs _r So. cond Professor of tho Theological Seminary at thiH place, _undiTow in the.course of publication. Tho work is said to bo highly interesting-. It has been translated into tho Danish, Swedish, Norwegian and Russian languages—and in the.Gorman, ' it has gono through many editions. We make the following extract—detailing- principally the incidents attending Stilling_'s birth. saasj&'i? _ssa&aasKB ..Was_born September the 10th, in the year ~t740;~~ttB~"«_Rirff_^nB~li&atliy_'cfiittl7~fi5 mother likewise recovered, in, spite of the evil omens and prognostications of the Sibyls of Tiefenbach. ¦ -.. J3lhe~_c nTld~Feceived _tteoT_^mtuTcenofbajv tism in the church <>f _Florcnfiufg, " an3 leather Stilling prepared...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

_"i _mvmm_* Go, lot the wand'ror search around • The bidden storosof Earth; ~" Go where the farthest India's hound, In _search ol' joy and mirth : Tie rm'or will find a charm so doar, _Wliero'er hip footsteps roam, ' An that Hweet sound _tliu,t greets his ear "Of _lioinef, sweet homo." Irr-tfrat-ono-word is centred all, That given to _lifo its _zost; It doth the wand'ror'_s hopes recall, And _maltoa him doubly bleat. Whore'er his fragile bark is borne, Though on the white sea foam, One hope shall linger 'mid each storm, " Of homo, sweet home." New hopes may rise to greet his eyes, And rtlo-muro frolic round; ' "**' Yot 'mid its maze, onn toar "will rise,,. To hear the wish'd for sound: Though from his iioart all joy depart_. And withered his hopes become; Yet sjUlltho _^ chariiLthat _cheor ._flJua heart "Is home, sweet homo."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

p(irannum^)»ytMehalfyey_^ in »_4_Ta*^^ ?fo ; - _«abtcrip_6r on«Uke_»forlhitklA_»b{»rtrtik_»,«»4 itone _direoBtaiued _mntil *_il ~i_»mn&J_^10>tunless _«t the option of the EditOT—«i4 * What* to notify a diaeontin*Meer ffm^«t_0_^_fitfir . new •_ngagement, and the ptptt _fbrWarded «*« iboidingly/ ' _ .. ' .:. - - ' :

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

' OFFICE OP THE STAB, _V_> _CHAMBHMBtfBO _STBBET, A FKW DOOJRS Wb8t op. MS' Pohhv/'_s Tavbbw. ¦ _i '¦ '~ ADVERTISEMENTS -€0D*p lcuoQ8ly inserted four _timet for one doixab per square—over four times, Twekty-fitk cxhts per square will be chargod.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

_VAffilfflff . " Various; Thatlhtmindof _desultory man, _gtrtdiout of change AndpUaicdwithnovelty, imyJttitidulgeiL'-' . From the Wollsboro '(Pa.) Pheni.T.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

_gaia Q&aa&'iai&o " With awrflint _ftowtrg enrich'd rom various gardens cull'dwitk care."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

tly see, and correct the evil. The latter .-_^_urgttTflie peculiar relations of Georgia with the General Government, as presenting a strong, claim upon me not to refuse the invitation which had been given to me. I : yielded to these _suggestioixs, and took my pllW.e jn the Cabinct,_"\fotha firm dctermina'¦- ' ¦ tion toavoid the controversies_^hicfiTifeared might occur _^ _^To that determination I have steadily adhered. Associating on terms of courtesy with my colleague_«t rny;otficial intercourse with them was never interrupted by _^ _^discord. If there was any _combinationsgrowing out of the supposed _conrTTcfbefween the interests of Mr. Calhoun and Mr. Van Buren, I had no poll in them—and as little in the supposed __l" _measuresof character, having fortheir object to coerce Major Eaton to retire from the Cabinet—ror to exclude his family from the so" _cieQTorWashingtonT -With mine they did not associate; but no advance Nad boon made , on either side, and their.actual relation se...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

_PHE POLISH REVOLUTIOiV Some further intelligence has been received from Warsaw dated June 6tli, from which it appears that a battle took place on the same day as that of Ostrolenka, in whicji General Chlapowski, the Polish Generiil, beat the Russians, and gained a ' counplete •victory. The-Gcneral wasj'okicd by,se_?eral thousand of the Byalystock insurgents near Naiewka. He fell in with the Russians in the night, and surprised and completely surrounded them. The Russians tost all their cannon, five in number, and had about 300 men killed; the remainder of the Russians were completely defeated and inade p risoners. At Byalostockicy, . 120 Russians waggons were taken by the insurgents. In Vol-*iynfa the fortress of Hainan fell into their hand? after a well-contested and sanguinary battle, in which the Rifssians left 1,200 dead on the field of battle. General Rudiger, however, with _Krassowski' s corps, is at Weroowke; he had 9,000 men under him, and thirty pieces of cannon, the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

F0P.2_IO1T 1_TBX7B Wtlootly conflict in Poland—Jittvancc oi'ttie Russians—Mte treat of tiie Poles, Ji'c. -By the packet ship Sylvanus Jenkins, Captain Allen v the New York American has.receive'! files of London papers to the 8th, and Liverpool papers to the 9th ult. The news from. Poland, though as usual confused and ill-authenticated as to particulars, leaves no _Boubt but that they have sustained a disastrous reverse/ _Diebitschr, in attempting to cut ' off the Polish army from Warsaw, a corps under Lubienski, forced its way through his columns at the posnt of the, bayonet. This enabled Skrynecki to pursue his march, with the main body, _Lubjenski then forming the rear.— •Upon reaching the Narew, thia brave officer was again attacked, _and _^ being driven forward on the main body, h©vburnt the bridge, "but not so effectively,>!\_says one accpunt pf this affair, " as to prevent its being restored." . • • ¦' .' • 'Accordingly, Gen. Schakoffekio, supported by a tremend...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 2 August 1831

&HJ&Rl¥¥M_»fe&l4]R»,f IN _puraiante of sundry writs of _Vfewft_^ "_" -"-tioni Exponas, issued out of the Court of Common _Pletni_, and* to me directed, will be exposed to PuhbcSiref ob ^/_gj_^ fte _ie_/_Ar ' day of August instant, at 12 o'clock, M. a»—the court-house in the _borough of 0ettV8> burg, the following REAL ESTATE, *!** ' A Lot of _Grrpuad _* Situate—m-the-tera«yhrof 6cttyabtlrgp_<d» —~^ joining lots of George Shryocb. and the* heirs ef James Agnew, and known on the general plan of said Toyn by No. 12, oat which are erected two 2 story Brick Dwelling houses, .-, fronting on _Baltimoreetreet, and Two 8 story Brick BACK BUILDINGS; TwoH(story Brick Dwelling Houses, fronting on Middle-Street, Brick Stable, and two wells of water. Seized and taken in execution as the Estate of Peter _Beisel. ALSO, . ' A Tract of Land, Situate in Franklin township,, Adams county, adjoining lands of Henry Grove, Daniel Mickle _* y and others, containin...

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