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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

" _Ifj/A _sioectest/lower* enricfi'd From various gardens cull'd with care." ItOUND MY OWx\ PBETl'V ROSE. BY T. H. BAYLEY, FSO.. Round my own pretty Rono I lmvohover'dallday, 1 have seen _ilsswoet loaves,0110 \>y own, fall away; They are gone ! they are gone! but I go no ' , with them—No, I linger to weep o'er the deeolato stem: Thoy say if I fovo to the south,'I shall moot With hundreds ol' roses nfore lair and more sweot; Mutiny heart, when I'm tempted to wander replies Hero iny first love, my lust love, iny only lovo lies. When I _sprang from the homo whoro my plumage was nurst, 'Twas my own pretty Rose that attracted mo first; Wo huvo loved all the summer—and now tint the chill Of Iho winter como o'c/ us, I'm true to-lhee still; When tho .last loaf is withor'd, and falls to the earth, The fulso one to southerly climes may fly forth, But Truth cannot fly from hia sorrow—'lie dies Whoro his first love—hi.s last lovo—his only love lien.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

_^ , _; u_^; —*~ 7> _~' ~ 7 —*- — ¦ J - - - ' -_* • I ¦ •¦¦ * TERMS OF _TfilS _VAPIW_^_fwoihiLtri " • ' _penr annum—psyable half jeiurjrin KdyaiiM. K»—Hubscriptions-tsken for'feas _thi||^*_XTnoi»th» ,iin_«_i none dWeontmuod until mil arrearages _M paid,. unlOM at the option of the Edijor—and a Alltlr*.. to notify a _discontinuance will be _consider_«d a _[ new eng-tgoinonty-ttfxHho paper f_(_MH_*awto_< •¦•*—} eording>y. g

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

:__ ynFTrCE'OFTHE _STATT, I —CijtMBBBSBUB_© SrSfiBT_^ A FBW _DOOR8- I West of _mIb * . FoKRY'rTAVEfiN. I ADVERTISEMENTS Consp icuously jnsorted "four times foronz poi,i-ah P_° r snuare—ovor._tbiM.UmeajvcBNT.K-PJT.il .„ cents per square will be charged.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

0_^ 7~Mr. Adams, in his opinion of Masonry, published in the Star last wecK_£.quoted Mr. Jefterson as hostile to secret societies. The following is a portion of the passage from Mr. J.'s writings alluded to by Mr. Adnmsi: From Jefferson's Correspondence, page 418. "T he _jmgasinejg_excited by this institution {the Cincinnati) had very early caught the notice of _general Washington _^ Still recollecting all the purity of the' motives .which gave it birth- he became _sensibleihat it might produce political evils, which the warmth of those motives had masked. ' Add to rtriff, that rt was disapproved b y the moss of the citizens of the Unionv This, alone was reasotr strong enough, in a country where the will of the majority is-the law, ¦ and ought to be the law. He saw thai the objects of " the institution were too Kght to be opposed to considerations as serious as these; and that it was become necessary to annihilate it absolutely. On thia_, therefore, he was decided. The first a...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

/iiiculiii_^ oi i_^_aifoiiui _rivpuuucariM 01 irm it National Republican Meetingr- _^ >>- rough and County, wasliHlri at the Court-houvp in _Gettysburg, on Safiirdny tljo 17tli rn»t. in pursuance of public notice ALKXAMHSR RUSSELL, Esq. was called to the Chair, uud Jame_* li. 1Ij:.»gv appointed Secrotury.. On motion, - James Wilson, Esq. J. B. M'Pher_«on,and _R. O. fTarpor _. wern nppnintftd n f 'nmrnitti-o tp roportJL^!) olutittn* _expressrvs of the _senNe ofthe _meeting. After a short kiterva), tho following Preamble aud Resolutions ware roporuid_, «nci adopted:—— _Tho situation of affairs in this Republic, is, at present, such as to call for tho earnest attention & closo _watchfulness of its citizenp. _Conseqnoncos have resulted from the elevation of Gen. Jackson to tho Presidency, which, m our opinions,- striko at~thoroot of our highest political interests; and it is our right,rand our duty,1o raise onr voices_^ in opposition to measures, which wo con...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

THE NEW-Y0RK GRAND LODGE AND ELI HltU.CE. ftt'mvn 4liA Ttl.:*._n i' \_T V _\ _Pl>*_nn!nln 1 I* _IVIll UAU _41111_UU I,*'* * •} _vJll _Vlill>IU' J The fact has been frequently stated for two or three years past, that the Grand Lodge, in June, 1827, voted a sum of money to EU Bruce, when it was well known that he-was-an_^ctiwi paiUdpatarin..thcuaMuc. tion of Morgan. ' .. • . While the fact was thus slated, Mr. Bruce, though he assures the public that his "feelings are still alive to public sent_^ij_^_jiJ.J'Vd.id not meet it with a contradiction. But Col. Stone, [Editor of the New York Commercial Advertiser,] who was a member of that Grand Lodge, recently alluded to this appropriation as a loan. 'And Mr. Bruce, .prompt at _gquibble, loses no time in meeting the assertion, (in a letter published in the masonic Craftsman) thus: "The Grand Lodge did not then, (1827) nor at any subsequent period, loan me money." This has led Col. Stone to an examination, and thus he exp...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

p.ondent's letter _ateo_^fibrds a pleasing evj. de nee ol' _tha _Wjd resulting from Mr. Rush's letter. AiUi_^rnasonry owes him much.— But let our correspondent speak for himself. His letter is dated "Carthage, Campbell co. KenluckyyXul y 31st, 18317' " " . "The copies o&the 'Courier' containing M r. itusiNi letter, and also those of Dr. Waterhouse and Mr. Gest, \iere duly received. I sent two or three of these papers into Monroe townshi p Clermont county, Ohro, (about 4 miles from this place,) where. I'had formerly sent a small number of anti-masonic -Pa_^ra _^ aad_y_^_cr _e_.a.littlev ipquhy__up6n.j.he subject, of frecmasonry_~had __takexuplacc_.in the minds of a few in that vicinity. . The effect of Mr. Rush's _latter was eh'clrical in its _itifluence upon the citizens of Monroe townships—far immediately upon reading it, a public meeting was held nt the Franklin School House, in that township, when a long and very able address was delivered by Mr. William Hebron, where...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

t _paiiiiui 10 NfiW-YORKrSetrt.7. •>a uur auiy tnis evening au nounce Ufc decease of our distinguished iel lowciti_^n. Dr. Sjlmuel L. Mitciiill. Ht had been _indisposed for some weeks past, h6r,hdwe_^_CT,_TiSwaTS_^pposeardangerpusly, But at 12 o'clock at noon of to-day, his _ablti and useful life was terminated. CoRRCPTroN.—At what forrner period of our _history, has there been told a st_^cy of corruption like the following, from the Massachusetts Journal: "In conseqnence of a recent schism in tho Boston Custom House, thfi fact has como ont _tltnt the officers appointed by Jackson _iw4-hw "agent" have had a percentage} {five dollars per month) deducted froni their salaries to form a fund for newspapers and elections. The same contributions ar« made (we have not a doubt) from federal salaries in Maine-, and will (if any thing can) give the State to Jackson at the approaching election. "For our own part we cannot resist the belief that our Government is now the most cor...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

Let us hear no more of Nullification. WHAT IS THE TARIFF! It is a code ot Kcvemie l_^aws, imposing such a duty on Foreign Capitalists, as protects the American Working Man from the fatal competition of large capitals, superior skill, and more perfect machinery.-It restrains the Englisk Lord from-riding down the American Mechanic. It secures to American ingenuity and iniustry the fruit of its labour, and the just reward of enterprize. It enables the American torealrae a-For tune—who* without it, would be toiling to increase the fortune of the English Capitalist, and swell the funded debt of the British_, banker. . The Cabinet Battle.—The Washington Spectator of Saturday, says:—The great guns have now been< discharged, j vjlb__lhli exeeption ofL Major-IfotonV-w4wh-is.-said to be the most tremendous blunderbuss that civilization has ever known; it will be discharged rnmo^^_ayj_^_AJfijy_^s_^_jmdjvilj put his enemies where " even recollection can no longer retain the fact"...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

_&t \\iriou6 _Articles. FREDERICK, (Md.) Sept. 21. nguinr vecurrencz.—vm _ounuoy evening the 3d instv_^_Ti man,_^vhocatted _htmsclf Daniel S&afkr, .voluntarily came before Michael .Batzell, Esq., a magistrate of this city, arid requested to be committed to prison, alleging that he had committed a liiurder, during the lust wmter,in Mai-ictta, Penn. and that the l-epioachea of hi_« conscience had become so sev ' _etfe, that he was unable, any longer, to endure thein. His narrative bejngjjejjkcily_mliejr_^ pearing entirely sane, the magistrate confplied with " his request and committed him. Since that time, under his directions, communication has been had with the proper authorities in Marietta, and such Intelligence received as confirms his horrid tale. His stoiy is, that, during the _dtffcp snow of last winter, hey whilst in a state of intoxication, entered the house _ofa widow named Bowers, then living in Marietta, and, after violating her person, put her to de...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

ST. " LOUIS, Aug. S7. Affair of Honor.—The,personal di . thculties which have for some time existed-be-•tween Major. Bidille and the Hon. Spencer Pettis, and which grew out of a political discussion in the _mptlic prints commenced last spring, was tJtfminated yesterday_^ by nn appeal to armsl The _challengb_^e understand, was given b y Mr_^J Pettis and accepted by Major ._Bicfdld. The parties fought on the iahmdlipposite the city. Maj. Bidclle _tisr near sJghteH,, _wjjich may explain the. reason why, as the challenged person, he brought his antagonist within five feet, the distance at which the parties actually fought! And w© regret to add that both gentlemen are dangerously, tfnot mortally, wounded. 'Major, Biddte ia shot through the addomen; the ball lodging within.. Mr. Pettis is shot .through the side just below the chest, the .bait passing entirely through his bod y* We _understand that tho conduct of both parties on tha _ground, was entirely honorable, «nd evinced the ut...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

' From tlie Pennsylvania. Whig. WHAT IS NULLIFICATION? It is the right of one state to put down four and twkntv. It is the tyrannical dogmn, that the majority shall submit to the minority. ¦ It is the solecism, that the ri g hts of one, in a compact of twenty-Four, are greater thhn the rights of twenty-three ones ' , either united or separate. ~ " ¦ It is treason against the _(_Jxion, against the Countr y , and against the Majority. . It is anti-Democratic, anti-Patriotic, and anti-Federal. - It is more preposterous, more atjsurd, and more despotic, than the right of the British, king to hold the Colonies in subjection. • Because it is.mo* the right of the pew to govern the Many; and of the aristocracy to lord it over the Woiiking People. It is the cry of the slave-holders, against Fprt- T.mniTP—whnn _thvy may rifl-ihju_^w selves, at any moment, of the expense of slave labour. It is the voice of Idleness raised against the voice of Industry, or, rather, the hand of Labour. I...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

do." 00." J _PROGRESS OF ANTI-MASONRY. A short time since, (says the Niagara Courier) we caused a.number of copies of our print to be forwajrded to a valued correspondent in Campbell county, Kentucky, to be distributed among the citizens in that quarter. A day or two since, we received a letter from this gentleman, an extract from which we have taken the liberty of laying before our renders, for the purpose of showing the great effeot which the dissemination of correct information upon the subject of freemasonry has upon the minds of a-virtuous and independent yeomanry—and as affording n strong illustration of the correctness of the position assumed by Mr. Rush in reference to the public ' press. Its conductors have been most shamefully silent —and however they raay)scek lo palliate their offence, the effect produced upon the puhlic mind b y the convincing letter of Mr. Rush shows plainly that thepeople are fully impressed with the enormity of their conduct * , and will'in ri\...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

,; jetertybnrg, September _flT_, 1831, :t "BBWABE OF SECRET SOCIETIES!" > ¦: * ^^^¦^^^¦?fifl_^3_&_*r " ' ¦---.- j2*J_£_^^S_^^ " c ANTI-MASONIC REPUBLICAN TICKET. ASSEMBLY, _> Andrew Marshall, Jacob JCassatt. COMMISSIONER, ' -r'; John Tit. _Gitbernator. AUDITOR, " John JlVKcss&n. DIRECTOR OF THE POOR, James *fi. Thompson,

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

there no help for the Widow' s fiQ _^ Aristocratic Masonic Ticket. AasembLyr-CatilSTim PrCKING_, _/IIENRY M'DIVIT. _CoW*^_OTKr_~MARTIN CLJLJNK. Auditor—DA._VID WHITE. Director ofthe Poor-JNO. MARSHALL.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

ii jw Latest Foreign Metes. ny severamr»vm» ¦* ' _^"--am; _uumi_. and Paris _papeTBTo the T6_UTof August, have been received. ^_, It will be _seefrthat the Frencli king has _mteTferetl effectually tetween Holland arid Belgium; the Belgians having proved uUerly incompetent to protect themselves. The proceedings of the French government seem to have been fufly approved by that of-EnglandrriliriheiaTesi ' dates, k a_^pearsy_^Casimer Perier and his colleagues woiestiinri office—no new eabinet having been-formed There-is little that is interesting from any \other quarter. .... The Russian forces were collecting about Warsaw; and the British Parliament were still occupied by the reform Bill. From the London Sun of August 6. March of the French Army.—Events of importance thicken on us—the die of war is cast—and a French army of 50,000 men is now on its march to assist the King of Belgium in repelling the _iiw&sion of the Dutch. This is indeed important news, and must lead to ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

-x_^a_^xmH_^sv_^_ms Robert Silfith_, 'Preatut&'fff tfe-Bo* rough of Gettysburg/ IIMrX _I825,jul . v29. 'rocash ofS._S._Kinff_.Esq_. I «-_«. _Burgess _.for _Licensts to Players, I ' To do do »,00 n Sept. 8. To Duplicate o( _borough t«x I 901 _^ • for W25; to James Gourloy, f *V*«w. . l>ue U..Smith, Tr_»a»urerrJun_» 3,_i826, 17,13| _yg24 ,S3_j OR. I8S6, Jun 5. By btfanteon _fietlhmarit,' 17 _.13_J '* Aug. 15. By cuh paid John Smith ) ... for work atEngino, v - 'k 19. B y do pawl _Darid _taiiA SI "Oct. !i. do _laucJordoOf 25 " Nov. 4. do Joseph Wharfc, 1,00 "Bbc._23. do Adamtawop«_r * ,W 1827, M»f 31. do Leon«rd Dill? — _T_#0> "July 7. do _Georre Kerr_, ftjOO^" " ' "11. do E. H»na<ray, 18,00 » " 21 do John Garvin, 3S _. 00 " " 96. do _Thos. _BringniMi, 4,00 JL_^An^——il<t-—T.. H MrFlwVm>n .»1_^00 "9. do B. Gilbert, Council, 5,00 " do B. Macfcrfejrt_,r -& $fa "27. do John Garvin, 48_^25 » SapUSia. d_» Fi«noi«.L. _Kelltyr «_S " No...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

J V_^EilMONTjEJbdBCr _nQN.-_^Tl i_^ _^U Paljiek, (Anti-Masonic) 12,288; Allen, (National Republican _^ ) 10,418; Meech tJacfcsoh) 4 _. _U_1&.—Baltimore Patriot. At the last session of the Court of Quarter Sessions for Adams County, Jiacob-Le fever, the Masonic Editor, was indicted for a _~ malicious libel upon T. Stevens, Esq.— Mr. Stevens being under the impression that he would _shelter himself under the excuse that he could not give the truth in evidence offered some time before the session, to allow _Lefever to avail himself of his capability to prov&any facts to the utmost r which might be-ijeemed important in.the proceedings, declaring, (hat he would not exert the privilege which the law grive him,, to exclude such evidence* Mr. Lefever however did not attempt to prove any thing, butetteemfngit a, hopeless case, submitted it to &e Court, who sentenced him to pay a. fine of 650 and he imprisoned* for three months. Grand Master Wolf * however, cou...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

R4LTFMORK MARKET From tlio Patriot of Saturday last. FLOUR, Howard st^—Saloi of HflO _brln. - have boon made this veek _foresport at $5 75 per brl, and this price is uniformly tke rate to-day. The wagon prico since last report up to to-day inclusive has been without variation at 5 62} por brl.* WHEAT.—Sales of the best red have been mado to-day at 108, and a cargo of 2100 bush, was taken at 1 10 per bushel.. Prime parcels would continue to command 1 08 to-day, and some think a cent or two more. One parcel of rod, for seed, was cold yestorday at 1 15. Sales of white wheat hare ranged from 1 10 to 1 20 per bualiol, according to quality. CORN The markot oponedon Monday at 50, 51 and 52 _cerjjs per bushel for both sorts, and has _sinco been gradually improving until yesterday inclusive, when sales of both sorts were made at 55 cents, and in one or two instances at 56 cents for yellow. To-day the markot is extremely dull, and no buyers appearing. As we cannot give accurate quotatio...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 27 September 1831

as3esssors and inspectors ~—— "election: " Our frfends will bear in mituf thatJFriday next _ia the day to select Assessors and Inspectors for each _townsrtwp, affilthatThoiB_^elected-tlrisrtallr_^witlbe theriienTon whom'\_vuT devolve the duty of making the triennial assessment, on which Gov. Wolf's Tax will be levied. Let them therefore select and support for Assessors, men in whom- they _J can place. full confidence—men who* will neither abuse their office, nor use it to the disadvantage of individuals." The Lancaster Herald makes the following pertinent remarks on this subject:— ' "Assessors—The duty of making the trrennial~asses9Tnenrwiirdevoivff uponFthe _AsscssorsTelected this fall. When, therefore, it _ia remembered that they are required to inspect evert/ man's private affairs, _andjo ~ e_^tiffiatg~_Therg«fo« of _Kisjie fsdnalproperty —vf_^$ery description,,-the tax payers should see that none but competent and proper men are settled for the office. _^ They should see t...

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