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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

BELGIUM AND'HOLLAND The Dutch appear to be very seriously _preparingjTar war on Belgian, which it will require alt _£he address " of tjie other powers to prevent. Leopold is, in the mean time, endering himself popular by a general tour in the provinces. On the 28th. he arrived atAntwerp, where his reception was a brilliant pageant. .A warin hearted congratu* latory address was presented to him, to which he _njjajfi_. an appropriate response. In the evenjngmrvisUed-the theatre, on the followingmorningsreviewed the troops. His Majesty seems determined to be popular with all classes. He has formally announced his intention of espousing a Catholic wife, and of raising up' his children in the Catholic faith.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

OUR _REMAItKS_. _s • Wo' insert the communication [of Andrew 6. Miller, Esq. because we1 will never shut our columns against any man, who may deem himself agrioved by any remarks of ours. We took occasion to inform the public of certain acts of _(_lis, which wo thought unbecoming his station, as public prosecutor, and, we will now add, unbecoming any respectable private citizen. We will see how fur the facts stated by himsolf, and his vouchers, disprove what we stated. He has exhausted his logal lore to show that his imprisoned friend was not convicted of a crime I Wo arc not skilled in law, (not having had even tho practical knowledge of our brother of the Compiler,) but we had always supposed, that all public offences which wore proceeded against and punished by indictment, were called crimes, however they might be sub-tlividod into felonies and misdemeanors—so at least, in common parlance thoy are understood, and that is enough _^ for our purpose. Mr. MTflerTays, that he ...

Publication Title: Star
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

TO THE PUBLIC A sense of duty to the public, as well as to my-1 self, induces me, reluctantly, to appear, in this ' manner, in my defence against an attack made in the last Star, a paper printed in this place, upon my "fidelity and official integrity. " I am there charged with- violating my "fidelity and official integrity," in visiting Jacob Lefevergin prison—and a mis-statement as to facts. As this charge is made in a public paper; and the "facts laid before the public, who will judge*' of them—it is becoming tot me to meet them in the same manner before the same tribunal—a tri-—feunaT!n ~ v_^_TcnTrtp 6_aYfuirco_^^ - rect verdict. . What are the duties' of a Prosecuting Attorney? He is "appointedand deputtdby the Attorney Geniral to implead and prosecute in the name and on behalf of the Commonwealth, all criminals, whatsoever for any offences done or perpetrated within his county. And to sign all i ndictments in and teilh the name of the Attorney General; and to sue out all ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

sidered' _reprehensible by any unprejudiced and ' candid person." ..- ' . '' And is it so, thathe who mourns or _sympathies becaaM the guilty are puniified,, is notconrara-We? How much better is he, in a moral point of view, than the culprit himsclf7—Bntpertrepg _ttir l earned gentleman will _quota precedents. We know he can find one, analogous to this in all its points ; Eli Bruce, Sheriff of Niagara county, New York, was convicted of a "mitdemtttnar'{ 'tot conapiring to kidnap and carry away Cn.pt. William Morgan, «nd sentenced- to _two years imprisonment in the jail of the county. His "friend$" proclaimed him a "p'rtecuted_** irlan. (By friends we do not mean relatives, except of the _jnystic tie.) The ' y set about wiping off the disgrace _ofhis punishment; attempting to undo what the law had done. They "sympathised" with him under his "unexpected_^ sentence. The most respectable of the Fraternity in . that neighborhood—among others, a Clergyman _' of the Order—visited him i...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

BOMOUGH _JMCCOtrmSf Robert Smifh, Treasurer of the Borough of Gettysburg. PR. 1823, Juno 28, To amount of Dupticafe ) in hands of P. _Slenti, for arrear- > 362,32 agos 1812,1815,1818,|1819,1822, S " Sept. 4, To Duplicate for 1823, 101,46 DogTaxroc'dtoMay ; ann 4, 1824, \ 8 _' 00 Balance due R. Smitli, Treasurer, - 50,23 . X s. $522,01 OR. 1823, By Cash paid «s follows, viz: Robert Himter, \ , 3,65 Michael C.ClarksoB_, _^ . 1_^5 John F. _McFarlarre, , \ &flO Thaddeus _Steveno, ' ^_ 2,20 John Ehrm . an, _" 18,89; James Gallaugher, 6,50 Andrew Stuner , 12,00 _~ JohnjGallowajr, 7,UQ.. _^_ George Smyiwr_, 37,53J JamesGcaUaugher_, 1,50 Mrs. Wampler, , 2t 00 Robert Hunter, 16,331 l S24,Feb79, Town Council released P.I Slenti for sundry person's Tax> 145,04 as per entry to his credit, \ « » ,13, J.B. McPherson, Treastrr-V , er Water Company, ,., . i 33 ' 18 , " _?' May 4, J. B. McPhemon, do ' , do. 10,00 v C. 8. _Ditterline, Town Council, 5,00 N Robert Hunter, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

(West Streets is 380 perches, in which there is but 24 feet fall, (about 20 feet to the mile,) and may be kept at a continual descent the whole distance with very little digging, as the ground ia very level. We have also ascertained, principally from " actual levelling, that the summit is 175 feet hig her, than the head of Monococy, which is 24791 perches: therefore, if the same grade coulA be kept, the rise would be about 22 fee* to the mile. The whole distance we found to be 8 miles and .299 perches, (which is oue mile and 98 perches more than a direct line)^—which, from the goodness of the ground, need not be increased much in locating the road. Upon the whole, we think H perfectly practicable, at a reasonable expense; and the best route we have ever seen for that purpose; and recommend to the meeting to take immediate measures for obtaining a ' charter. After the above report was read, the following resolutions, offered by T. Stevens, Esq. were adopted— Resolved, That it is ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

Kail Hood Meeting:. At a meeting of a number of the citizens of Adams county, held at the Court-house, JQjh_^biJtQugkjjflCiettyaburg_^on_^turday last, to take into ' 'consideration the propriety of petitioning the next Legislature to grant an act incorporating a company, to construct a Rail Road from Gettysburg to the Maryland line at the head waters of the Monococy,—GJEO. SMYZER, Esq. was called to the Chair, and Z. Herbert appointed Secretary. < The object of the meeting being exptingMqjL by James Dobbin, Esq. the foUpwiqg_^_rAmittee, on motion of 'S« _Stored, J&M). waft appointed to make a report of a_^_urvey made a few days' previous, by a number of citizens, viz: Samuel Sloan, Thaddeus Stevens, William S. Cobean, and RoberYSmith, Esquires—who presented the following: The Committee apptmltyl to furnish information to ike meeting. *• REPORT: That we ran, the route, from the head of Monococy on the east side of Rock creek, to the mouth ofBack run; where we r...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

the downfall _oj_^any person; nor do. I think it consistent with the laws of society, to prejudice me with the public. This ' case is now before the Public, fairly and candidly on my part, and all I ask is a fair and candid decision. Mr. Martirrand Mr. BeH were kintLexlQUgh to hand mnth« " 'r fwrtificatoi which are hereto annexed. ¦ . ANDREW G. MILLEft Gettysburg Sept/5. 1831. I do certify, that on the evening Jncos I.tn_?- ves. was sentenced,between eight and nine o'clock Andrew G. Miller, Esq '_L cjune tojlie _PosUOrnce on business, I made some remark to him about the unexpected and severe sentence of Lefever—we then agreed to walk up. to. the Prison to see him. We went publicly and continued there about fifteen minutes. I was present all the time —and I. am confident there was no advising or counselling of Mr. Lefever done in my presence by any person. We went into tho room together —-staid there all the time [together, and came away together. Feelings of friendship alone ind...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

Here _thall _*Ae _raiss **« People's rights proclaim Vnatc'd hy _thfitence, and unbriVd % oain. . Tuesday Morning, _September 13, 1831* Democratic Antt'ftlasonlc Nomination I FOR PRESIDENT, John lyicLean, of Ohio. FOR VICE-TOESIDEJfT, Richard Rush, of Penn. BALTIMORE MARKET.—There is not th _, e •lig htest variation in flour or grain. Tho receipts f t flour still continue very limited, and the wagon price of Howard street remains tho same, S5 _.56JSo far as we can judge, the crop of wheat will fall far short of an average crop: this togelher with the injury sustained by much of that which has been harvested, will probably tend to enhance the prices of both wheat and flour.-—Amer. Farmer. 0_*To make room for the Foreign News, we are compelled to omit several articles intended for this week's paper. ID-Mr. F. M'Cready has taken a Room at the house of. Mr. Wm. Gillespie, for the purpose of teaching the arts of Penmanship, Drawing and Fainting. From a hasty glance at the perfbrman...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

NOTIOB JOHN ASH. September 13_y 1831_^ , ¦¦¦ . 4t_^4>0 Petertburg _MnvituibUs! A LL persons _mdebted to-rbe subscribe -**• ¦ forthe|«ervicesofhts horse, Columbus, for the lost three seaeorw, are requefe' ed to call and make payment on _or before the 1st of October neat* Necessity conv p els him to make this cafl; therefore, h« hopes it will be attended to_/ MT-OV will parade on 8atm*daytke6ik ef •^. October nextt precisely at- IQ> o 'clock, a. Ml, at the house of Thomas Heedf in Pe-« _tersbtwg, with* arms and _accoutreihenta in complete ordeCf _aod 12 r _oandaof fclank car* tridgesv Byorderr Fv S. OODFRET, 1«« $er. Sepfemfeey IS, 183<« . . tp_*-28

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

Also, A Lot with a Stone Smith Shop thereon; and several other Lota ad' joining said town. . . 03- There wffl also be sold, *T9 SHARBS of Tork add _Grttyiburg on_«_i _rOlWR of Berlin and H»w>verr TURNWKEROAD 8TOCK, —ALSO—On Tuesday _(he2ot% Oct_._i on the premises A tract _mgm_, OFLA_^D, IB Situate in Manheim township, *¦«_£¦*. York county_^ about 4 mile* from Hanover adjoining lands of David Runkle, Chrisv tian Melheim_* and oihers, containing about 385 _Jicresi on which are erected, GOOD

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

IN _SETTytBVRO, -ArTract of _^loutitain EaM— of eacvday. - . ; ; ' - ISAAC _BAUQHifcft, _Inxj _FREDERrCK _BAlTGHfiR_, ( **** Witl bo offered", SituaW m PrankHa township, adjoining lands of Peter Marki, Andrew Noel, and - others, contaiolng 900 _*f<rt*C« , more or less. • (KTjFerm8 made _Jenmen on dagt of_~ sdle. Sale to commence at _IBoUlock _fA.M_* September 18,1831. ' to.—2ft _ETThe "Patriot," Baltimore » "Ejtammer,'' _Laheastec atid "Republican," York, will «uh inoert_^he above, otter a week, fin" three wMkatndi seiM) thek bills to tho Editor of the Star,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

ALSo—oy The same day A TRACT OF Il»4 X&_± Also—A TRACT OF t,_AMft_, ¦ —¦ r *¦¦> Containing about 130, _Acreg f lying part in York and part irx Adams counties, with a bank Barn thereon; Beaver creek runs thro' said tract.- Alstr,hOT8 in the vicinity of said town,to suit purchasers. — .— - ^" ¦ _^_"_» ^^^^«_bm_^B _^ ¦^k_^_'_^ Lying in Hamilton township, Adanw county, adjoining Jttndi of—John _Wx»lf, Henry Stock, and others, Containing about 56 Acres—about 20 acres of which iff thriving Timber; Piny-run creek _passes1 through iW —ALSO-*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

A d ? e r t i _s e irt efi i _#. or Valuable Property. Will hb sold at public safe, _ott (h4f ttrem*** es, in _Abbottstown, Arfami cotfaty,P«< „ ¦On Monday itie 2ithof October hexi,-the following described Property, " lcte fbti Estate of ' Fr.cder.i6k Bavgher, dee'd, viz:— A 2 STORY _^OfJ_^E , > « With large bagk-bulUinga aU flffi_^_- tached, and a _^ot-_>-a large brick _ISiiiBP bank Barn, and an- extensive ¦_MssflBsT

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

BATTALIOX ©RI>Eft& x FT1HE BATTALJQN OF _FOWi_* burs; T .roopr Gettysburg _OnMcrt, MMrnr ^> _TJSEKS _t c&npma _oTitm _WKysv Riflemen and _MowntploBBafnl _RifleAjwi_, will _partde. m Ihe borougb ef Get_^Bb>rf •« Saturday ikeStkday of October *e_#, _fl_9* . ,c_«_ijfy at Wo 'clock, **)§_$. . _.' ¦ ¦ .. ¦;• ' _.•", _' ' v. • ¦*'¦ ¦ T _Wwib SCOTT, _Adjuiona_, _tiw_] Septembor 13, _leai. '¦ ¦ ; _tp_^-8&/^ ' :. ¦ ¦ ¦ . • ¦ ¦: _' • ¦ "" ¦ •>a _' -VV. - ; --V ' .f ;i ' :v! _^

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

_TANJVjEBY_, with "2* Lo(s attachedtliereto. This) property is well worth the cV nwderation of Capitalists, an it is one of the first Tann*-J vies- in the two counties. : It is _aoppued with water (by a good water-ri ght) from a' never-failing stream rtmning near it, and is situated in a good country for Bark _* lying within l_\ miles of the " Pigeon HHIs."—The Tannery is large enongh to contain1 1200 hides,- the buildings are large and coif venient, and all in good order for carrying on the business.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

MARRIED, ' On Thursday week last, by the Rev.C. Weyj, Mr. Jcfli* Arendt to Miss M_*fcf Cribwelf; both of this Borough. - On Thursday last,, by the -same, Mr. Geokok Apply (onienry_,) of Cumberland township to Mias Harriet WgNT_*, «f _Mniintjoy Inwimhip_.; Oh (he 25th ult by the Rev. L. L. Hinscli, Mr. MAtiTif_) Nitchman, ofCumberland county, to Miss Catharine Carson, daughter of Mr. John Carson, of Menallon township. #

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

2 Tracts of _Pigeon Hill _tafirf_. i _fj —-_^ _^ m _ m _^^_w Containing about 50 Acres each—either di_' vided or undivided, to _Buit purchase!*/—One tract is about 2 miles froia AbbotUH town; the other, 8 from Abbotitetown and 3 from Hanover—the Hanover pttd Berhn Turnpike road passes throogh it/ O_^_TAli Patented Land_/ - < ¦ ¦ _ -—___ ^—AL&0-_~ _^l _L__^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

_^^ A S6ttSB. tensive _DXSTXULBK.1_T. Of this |isijJHp large Barn > and _all "the* _neceev _hmJKBksarv _improvementa. wkn an ex- Tract, there are _aboat 200 acres of e5_tcefc» lent Timber" : also a large Ofchard*. —ALSO—. On Wednesday tkt26th of October,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 13 September 1831

DIED, On Wednesday we«k last, very suddenly, Mrs. _Miroaret Butler, wife of the Rev. Wm. Butler, of this borough, in the 46th year of her age. At Taney-Town,- last Friday week, my suddenly, Mrs. Elizabeth M'Kalib, wife of Mr. James M'Kaleb, aged1 about 21 years—only sister of Mrs, Starr, late of this borough* deceased. _^ At his residence in Millers-Town, on Friday week last, John Rxto, Esq. aged about 86 years.

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