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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 22 November 1831

_n_^_mmwizmo _mn:_^ ' ' ' ¦ CXUylmi'g_, NovcntWWr H», *_89y. j&Kfc C7The-*ftH6win{r article1 fromiflCureetuburg Gu6U_«, werecommend' to thwWention of those who dolight to join in the cry of_^proacription," benturn withhold our votesfom Uiom who act ' with the At _btocratic Masonic party. PROSCRIPTION 1 PROSCRIPTION!! A word upon which every prnsathal cawera, under the influence of Free- Masonry, is assiduous to ring all the charges. When applied to Anti-Masons, whtit is it? Simply this, that believing the testimony brought out by Free-Masons themselves, who since the murder of William Morgan by Free-Masons acting under the obligations of their secret oaths, have seceded from this dark conspiracy against the laws, the rights, liberties ' and lives of free citizens, and have advised "the abolition of such a society; believing this testimony, we say, of which there is a mass almost too tedious to read, but which no intelligent man once reading can .possibly resist, unless...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 22 November 1831

LATEST FROM GIBRALTAR The New York Commercial has the Gibraltar Chronicle to October 11th. By tho following extract of a letter from Madrid, it appears that the Court of Madrid has determined upon the total suppression of the freedom of the port of Cadiz, as soon as; such a measure can be done consistently with the Decree of February last, noted in an official article extracted tho other "day from the Globe:— Extract of a Letter from Madrid of the 22dSept. "By a Royal Decree dated the 18th inst., it is ordered that, in one _year's time from that date, the freedom of the Port of Cadiz shall be altogether abolished." The Chronicle of October 1st, snys the Cadiz Diary of the 28th Sept. brings the Royal Decree, mentioned in Thursday's Chronicle, relative to the abolition of the freedom of _thttt port. The Madrid Gazette of Sept. 24, says: "Don Pedro was preparing to sail against Portugal at the head of an expedition, which has been just joined by many Spanish emigrants. His Excell...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 22 November 1831

WHAT IS FREEMASONRY 1 blacks, from Baltimore to New Orleans.— It is true _^ the blacks are not allowedX9 £n _lffi gregate, _cipher for church or lodge worship, by themselves, and wher e the members cannot assemble, there cannot boa lodge; but the grand hailing sign, the pass words and gripj,JLbe_^bli gationsjg ,femw.am.a_^JtoJCflii-- - ceal, to apprise and to ' rescuo, to serve and to defend a brother Mason, are all completely suited to designs of mischief, to which the oppressed and ignorant condition of the blacks exposes them, a thousand fold more than _Chesebro, Whitney, Bruce, Sawyer, and King were exposed, to the temptation of taking the liberty, or lite, of a freeman.— Virginia is in a situation profitably to reflect upon this view of the subject.—N. Y. Whig. It is a falsehood founded on falsehood. It claims to be a irioral Institution; but it teaches drunkenness and debauchery. It claims to be charitable; but spends its funds for "_refreshments," and foolish ornament...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 22 November 1831

THE NEXT LEGISLATURE There are several subjects of an interesting character which will probably come before the State Legislature at the approaching session. Whatever may be the tone of public feeling as regards them, it is highly desirable that the representatives of the people should be early acquainted with public 2P_^°_iV_J^?:_haveLmej_^onedihe_^_jubjecl or taxes and the public debt, and would be pleased to learn the ideas of intelligent citizens respecting them. A System of Public Education was proposed and nearly matured at the last session: it will doubtless command the early attention of the legislature at the ensuing session. Will parents, teachers, and patriots, leave this momentous concern to the chance of fate? or will they compare opinions, and _concentrataqgjJM_^views, by preparing memorials representing their wishes? A digest and code of laws, regulating the business of the Register's Office, and the Orphan's Court, was also reported atjast session, and postpo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 22 November 1831

PUBLIC OPINION—GOV. WOLF From the Pennsylvania Whig;. GEORGE WOLR—The idea ought never to be tolerated, _taat a Governor _shalt remain in office, because he is personally clover—inoffensive—aid tame. All dull men-—all sluggish and incompetent minds ar e calm, amiable, and pacific. The great interests of the public _nust be considered, in reference to a _Governor's political ability to -promote and subserve, those interests. We _SJint an able, activiand efficient Gtiardian_^_bf the _Commonwealth, not a clever man _jgho. will deport himselfciviflv, and whose politeness and affability* terminate his good qualities. The grand principle that has precedence over all others in a Republic, is rotation in office—and if a dull and incom petent man has by trick, intrigue, chance, or deception, been pushed into the chair of State~-we must recur to that first, principle, rotation—atfd push hftnout. _^ But there are other first principles _^equally, or more imperative, that ought to '* g ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 22 November 1831

AN OPINION ABROAD—The fol lowing article from a late London Morning Herald, forms a fine accompaniment for the announcement _^f Martin Van Buren's reception at the British Court-—especially wheii published directly; under the nose of that august functionary* The London writer has divod very near to the bottom of the tWh, in his speculation concerning the fracture and dispetvibnoftheMeUnit.— N. Y.Eve. Journal. i • "•The cause of the. change of the Cabinet of the U. States appears to be but _liJJle understood in England. It is, in fact,. neither more nore less than this—General Jackson wishes to be again elected President, and as he found that one of the members of his ministry was about to be nominated as a candidate for that office, he dismissed him, on the ground that he had promised,'previous to his appointment to office, not to oppose t_|ra re-electien of the General. -TPhePeesi_' dent has dismissed the otiieV minister?K bef cause, to Use iua _owiuremarkable _language, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 22 November 1831

ONE BY ONE THeV GO! From tlie Pbilidelphia Sun, . ¦ ' Mr. Clarke—1 have been a steady and firm friend to Mr.-Clay, because 1 thought ' him an honesr, persecuted man, and a wor-, thy-patriot; and when, your nomination of Mr. Wirt was tint announced I thought you might as well have nominated Mr. Clay,as one mason wan as good as another. After the first reading of Mr. Wirt'd letter I was disappointed, I thought he was not explicit; and twenty masons told me in oho breath_, that the _auties Eas selected a mason at last and sold tUeir principles. This _miTde me do what I had before a reluctance to do; namelyto read again " Mr. Wirt_^_s letter. I d_^ read it, and then pemsed if tlie third ti;neyaud 1 confess F was deeply struck with tHb_^ WxIe_^ and yet- forcible language used _fcy Mnu . Ho proceeds froni his. settled apfct&y !i_«J _mospury to state hayr his couvictioo* were awakened; details tho fact* of _* >_2:rl i&;i "'_- ._* '¦ ¦ ¦ ' ' ' ' . ' ¦ .: mas...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 22 November 1831

TO TnE PQULS! TO THE POLLS !! Citizens or _Adaw uoontt!—it behooves you to reflect well on the important duty which you are this day to discharge. The right of election is too important to be.jjghtlj_^and thoughtlessly. exercised. Your country's well-being—-your dearest privileges, and the happiness of your posterity, depend upon its proper use. Sutler not yourselves to be led to the Polls, like a band of Cossacks, at the signal of party discipline You have beon too long doceived"by hollow professions. You have placed too much dependence in the fraudful declamation* of interested and unprincipled demagogues. Think for yourselves,and you will think arig ht. Ask _yourselvos, this day, when you go tho Polls, C"Can I find a _superior, better, more faithful and obliging public Servant than the candidate of my native county, JAMES JMcSIlERRV-1 !fi«»_J»>»r.po_^. ci5ijee,,yuiJL:an. •wer ~ thai"you cannot, why will- you not, one and all, give him your votes? Shall the Molach of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 22 November 1831

From the Kentucky Commentator, Nov. 8. CASE OF DOCTOR PEIRCE. The recent death of Ebenezer N. Robertson, Esq. a former member of the Assembly from Russell county, by the hand of Dr. Peirce, the last and present member, has been mentioned in the papers, with some allusion to the enormities which produced a c J>!^trQl>he - 8o.appaling.. -The chief incident in this tragedy, was awfully sudden, and striking; The County court was sitting in the village where tlie parties resided. Some business called Pierce into court. The first object which fixed his eye, was Robertson—who by agreement had left the county, never to return—now there, writing at the Clerk's table. Peirce gazed upprrhimrftsf a moment, in. mute astonishment; then suddenly turned, und retiring by the door, reappeared presently at the window, beneath which Robertson sat, in the presence of the court. Reachi _ng in, with a pistol, near to the head of his victim, Peirce fired and lodged the charge in his bra...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 22 November 1831

STATS _CONVUNTIOXV To be held at Harrisbvrg, on Wednesday the 22dday of _February, 1832. . Whereas, at tho Anti-Masonic State Convention, held at _Harrisburg, on the 25th day - of May, 1831, tho following resolution way-adopted viz; —— _= —— ¦ _~ ~ "Resolved that a State Committee of nine be appointed—three of whom shall reside at _HitrriBburgj and the _reimttttder in Other parts of tUa dtate, which CoiiMnitteey orji .roajorUyJhereof » _sjiall have authority _lo_^_OTSiateTJonveihTioTis " wEen " _deemio " ne- " _ccssary, and to hold correspondence on subjects ofAnti.maaonry.. ". _—— .Therefore we, the. undersigned State Committee, in virtue , of the ' authority given us by the said resolution, do hereby appoint Wednesday, the22d day of February 1832, as the time, and _Harriaburg the place, for holding a Democratic AnU-Masonic State Convention, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Governor; tor, forming an; electoral ticket for. President and Vice President of the Unite...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 22 November 1831

JAilIVS WSitEKRY BALTIMORE MARKET From the Patriot of,Saturday lust FLOUR We quote the store -price to-day at 5 43} to 5 50. The wagon price opened on Monday at 5 25; on Tuesday it ranged from 5 25 to 5 31_J; on WedneHdaj' and _Tliursday at 5 31$ to 5 37_Jj and to-day the price In uniformly 5 37}. . WHEAT.—VVo.quote good to best reds to-day at 1 05 to 1 08; fair to good at $. 1 00 to 1 05, and inferior to fair at 75 cents to $1 00 per bimhol.— A saloof primefumily flour white wheat has been made at 1 19 por bushel. We quote white, as in quality, at 1 10 to 1 IS) per bushel. A part of this week's purchases has been on order* from othur markets. CORN.--Sulos of several parcels of yellow, in good order, woro made on Thursday at 51 to 52 _conts per bushel; and of white at 48 cents. The latter prico is asked for good lots of white to-day, but wo hear of no silo*. We quote _ordinary lota of new white and yellow at 42 to 45 cants per bushel. RYE. This article continues scarce and i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 22 November 1831

LEGISLA Tl VE REP OR TS Pennsylvania Intelligencer. * . The Pennsylvania _^ Intelligencer, being the only paper located ~ at the. capital of the State, which independent of men1 or popular caprice, advocates the American System; aad having Ihe advantage of _location in a place, to which, all the eyes of the Commonwealth are directed, as the scene of operations of the State Government, it appeals to the friends of Pennsylvania policy for support. The ne.U session "of the Legislature _wUf be one of peculiar interest to evervctoa* of citizens in this Commonwealth. _TTbe system of Internal I improvement, and the means to prosecute it, will be _engrossing and important topics. The Editors themselves will be in attendance on both Houses, and the debates-on all important questions will. be given, fully and impartially. The Editors are determined to make the _Intelttgett cer. during the coming session of the Legislature, unsurpassed by any public Journal , as a Reg Aeg. lative debat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 22 November 1831

Ji _TitvlCT OF _LJ1_JTD, Part of the Estate of JACOB GILBERT, deceased, situate in Menallen township, Adams county, adjoining lands of Philip Long, John Rex, Henry Bender and others, Containing 116 Acres, and allowance, of Patented Land, On which are _erected, a two-story _Jkn_^ weather-toarded 1***^L Dtoelling-Miouse_) _cAliHl and Stone Back Building, which has been kept as a TAVERN, a Bank Barn, Tenant-house, and Smith-shop. There ate two " Wells of good water, and two Orchardi, on the premises. Attendance will be given, and terms of _saie made known on the day of sale, bv DAVID WILLS, AdmV By the Court, —. iOMJS-B. CLARK, Clerk. November 22, 1831. ts—33 Demoratic Anti-Masonic

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 22 November 1831

SIX CENTS REWARD "_^ANAW_^-Yffom-the-sBbacrtber nvuig - ¦¦¦ •' in New Oxford, Adams county, Pa. on the 10th inst. an indented apprentice to the Ikrpenter_^^ trade, named J'ET-ERiRASER. _™ ?:h_4r^^autip_^Ipr_^_if_^m4 l ar_^att|^ or employing said apprentice; for7asheab_> -sents-hrmseh_^ from~TOe~with"oar'" _aT(iyc "Ja8l " " cause, I will positive prosecute all those who ' may harbor or employ him in defiance of this notice. The above _revrard •_vill be paid for his delivery. • . JOSEPH MARTIN. Berwick Township, i November 15,1881. ( 4t—82

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 22 November 1831

STRAY CATTIiE f >*ME to the enclosures ofthe twtocri-^-_^ ber, in Cumberland township, in the county of Adams, two Btmy _ggmmmtgt STEERS, about 2 years old, _UH_^ one a brown colour, and the _lfft_^ _Tff o_Uwr_ajred_whh.. a._^bi te. _^ along the back, and slits or holes in the ear. The aforesaid cattle came to the enclosures of the subscriber sometime about the 6th of this month. The ownor is desired to come forward, prove property_^ pay charges, arid take them away. HENRY BISHOP. November 15. 1831. 4t—82

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 22 November 1831

Here shall the ft»«_ss the People' * eight* proclaim Unaw'd by influence, anil unlirib'd fry, pain. Tuesday Mornin g_^ Wovem***"1 *' 4, 1831. " TUB SUPREMACY _OV THE LAW8.« Democratic AntI»Ma»oiile _Nomination _J FOR PRESIDENT, William If_^_rf, ofMd. FOE VICE-PRESIDENT, ~ Jlnws JEUmaker ofJPa. FOR COXGRES8, . " '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 22 November 1831

DXKU, On Tuesday evening last, in the bsrough of Hantingdon_, Moses McLean, E-h_). Attorney at Law. -He was a native of this county. On . T uesday-webk _k_". t ». Mr,;RoBK»T_Eu4ftTp » of Huittington township, in the 2GUi year of his age. On Thuesday the 1st inst. _Lbvina Floriuo, infant daughter of Capt. Garret Cownover, of Mt. Pleasant township: aged 11 months.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 22 November 1831

NO BACKING OUT! "Down Dust.—The $500 wager offered by ''Dktkctoiu" in the lant "Com p iler," is accepted: Whenavor tn* monay la ttopotited, and a certififcato is shown us thereof for that purpose, we p ledge ouraelf " to procure the same to be done, _lfiud joined And the question tried by a Jury of Adanu county. Now lot the "Compiler" back Its assertions or confess tlioir falsehoods. We tlkRK ma to tub ihsue.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 22 November 1831

_ADVERTJSBMEyTS» INpursuance of an Order of the Orphans Court of Adams county, the subscriber will offer at public sale, On _Saturday the 10th of December next, at 12 o'clock, m. on the premises,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 22 November 1831

_^_ 1_lAiyRIjBDj _^ Near Petersburg, (York Springs,) on _Wodnfis. day the 16th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Gottwalt, Mr. Isaac E. Wierma.v, to Miss Louisa Arnold, both of Huntingdon township. _0 It was Thomas _Grimmer and not _George whose _Carriage we Inserted last week,

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