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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 20 April 1831

' . -- . _"'_» ¦ , n if ' ¦ ' ' -" ¦¦ — ¦ - ¦ "*"• ADHERING MASONS INVOLVED -¦-t IN PERJURY , v It is true that the Fraternity aro sworn to adhere to the ancient usages, customs, »nd landmarks of the ordcr_^_Thejicggid _^ ing officers are specially sworn to admit of to innovation. But the devices contrived to guard the lodges since Morgan's death are 'itworations, every one. Those who make,.introduce nnd practice them, violate their obligations, make patchwork of Solomon's mysteries, nnd think to set thoir oaths to the order at naught,/or _ihe sake of tho order. These are the adhering mamom of this day—breaking their oath to observo the ancient landmarks, in order to k_«ep their oath of secrecy. "The jtasonic _institution n.\a i»een _jl_$d now is, the same in all and eveuy TIaCE. No _dkviattojv -nymmxs been MADE Ott CAN BE MADE AT _ANYTIME, FKOM ITS USAGES, RULES _ASD REGULATIONS: SUCH IS 1T8 NATURE, THAT NO INNOVATION ON ITS CUSTOMS CAN BB INTRODUCED OR SANCTIONED BY ANY FEKS...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 20 April 1831

Highly important _tfrom _EuiiorE; BLOODY COMMENCEMENT OF THE WAR ]N POLAND—CHANGK OF THEMJNIRTRY IN FRANCE—PROGRESS* OF UK-~~_TOmr IN KXTTrrAI'fD: The New York Commercial Advertisor,ofThursdav, »nys—Early this morning-, and very-unexpectedly,'we received London papers to tho _iiUth ol March, inclusive, by the pricket ship Hiberniti , Capt. Maxwell, wjiich has arrived at this port, I'_ruiii Liverpool, whence »he sailed on the 21st ol Alurch. Theso account.sarc near a month Ialor than our former advices, and are _iu ull respects ol 4lte-h4g }tcst _mornont. But _tlio wido space of time which they embrace, and tho great number, extent, and. variety uf._lho ileti.il:* of news they contain, render it impossible in 11 single sheet to disposuof tho half of tho interesting _matter thrown upon our hajids. From Poland,- it will he seen that the Russians liavo reached tho Vistula, and thrown somo squadrons of troops, and a large corps of cosanck _j across thorivcr_, after much severe li...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 20 April 1831

FREEMASONRY IN'DANBURY, Cr - The S p iri* _<*_ftll_^ _Mmes_^-iuvign Aittt—masonic paper published at Bridgeport, Ct. _contains the account of an assault upon Messrs. Fanton and Crocker, 24 th Feb. at Danbury, where they came to exhibit the manner of Masonry. Seeing symptoms of strife in the tavern they concluded to postpone their lecture. liui two-men - _whuin in.thing could sa! isfy _short of blood, and they sought it in various ways, until armed with bludgeons they broke in door upon door to the third room, where Mr. Funton was brought legally to the wall. (Mr. C had saved himself by the window.) __ Wilh clubs uplifted they bore down upon Mr. Fanton. Ho begged them riot to strike; and in the moment leaped forward unarmed to receive the impending blow, which smashed a finger and wounded his arm. He drew a pistol which never failed him before. Its percussion lock told true, but powder and ball it had none; by what agency deprived, *hc knows not. He threw away the weapon...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 20 April 1831

3 Two important Items. TO FARMERS. THE CHOWS. IN THE CORNFIELD. The time of planting corn draws nigh. The trouble which crows, squirrels, and black birds, of every description, give the farmer, by pulling up. the corn, is manifest to the traveller, in the scarecrows which painfully watch in many a field, and in the extended lines, which, with magic influence upon the winged robbers, defend others Small and noisy wind-milfs, dead hawks and crows, suspended as a warning to the living, and various other expedients are also adopted by farmers to save their cornfields from the plunderers. These cost labor, and are not .perfectly effectual when they are done. The mock man becomes, like king Log, on whom the frogs jumped for their amusement; the lines break, and leave a door open to the adversaries; the winds cease, and the clatter of the windmill also ceases. All security-fails, and the crows still pluck up the farmer's corn. Now, save all this trouble, and be sure of securing als...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 20 April 1831

(ttrLOOK AT THIS! (tt"~Antimnsons meet nnd discuss all that relate to their interests and designs, in the face and hearing of all men. Masons have a sworn tyler,- _guarding theih from all approach except sworn friends! Which of these parties act according to principles most agreeaUe-to—f/_wMocme_^i—W-ill—it-b<^ said that denif)_eracyyr«rs to let its principles and conduct be examined and discussed? Such a democracy is not friendly ..to liberty and human rights. It is a misnomer, and should rather be pronounced despotism. ¦ Sun.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 20 April 1831

CONFESSION.—Tho names of one hundred and seventeen mason.t ' _ui this ' city, can bo given, with their residences, who have confessed that Morgan's Book is true masonry, by saying that he justly forfeited his life by its publication! There were no if a nor provisoes. They said he deserved death. These declarations, in every case, have been made to more thaa one witness, every man of whom is equal in standing and respectability, at least to the masons by whom the declaration had been made. _^Philadelphia Sun.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 20 April 1831

French Mini3try,the former having retired it in said in consequuce of _^i disagreement of opinion with the'Jring, on the question of Austrian intervention irrltiily, in which his intentions were more pacific than those of his advisers. There was a mob in Paris on the 9th, which attacked ihe hotel of tlie Russian Am, —1_jnssaTJoT, ' amid cries ' of tt BowTrwTrtTilic Russians!" and'(The Poles for ever!" broke his windows, and then bont their steps to-~_wards _thn Chamber of Deputies,.the Mem-( bdrsof wliicli they assailed with insulting • uhd seditious denunciations. An almost GENERAL WAR IN EUROPE however, appears now inevitable, and there is ioo much reason to fear that Endund will be"involved in the vortex. Austria is dctorimned • to put down the; revolution in Italy, and iUotternicli lS _^ said to have threatened that if France _interposes, the Austrian Cabinet will support the claim of young Napoleon to the throne of his father. Bui _tlid war party in France gathers strength ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 20 April 1831

BALTIMORE AFARKET From the 1 atriot ot Saturday last. FLOUR—Early in tlic week somo sains from stoics _wcrn mado at $.6,37 J, _$_f>,_31 \, and SG,25 pci brl. For _tlio last three days we believe there have been no sales from stores, (except a _. lotof lOObrls. yesterday at 8(5,2.5) and in tho absence of transactions no accurate store price can bo named. We find to-day that tho-hohlors generally ask $6,25, hut thcro arc no purchasers in tho market. Somo parcels have been ollercd within theJast twentyfour hours, and perhaps ono or two takon_, at a fraction loos than $6,25; and ono _liolilor was wHl-•nj_; to sell to-day at _ijG,12.i. Attheboginning of the week tho _toa_^on-_^ricc was _$<>,25, but it soon fell to S6,12J, S(i,061 and $6; and within tho last three days the generally prevailing wagon rate _Jias been $8. Iiyc Fluur.—Two parcels , of 2d _Susqtichanna have boon _nold at. $3 87A and 4; and the article is now worth the last nained price. In Howard str...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 20 April 1831

THE SATURDAY COURIER _rf ~_fcN the first Saturday in April was com-^-_^ menced a Periodical Journal, to bo published once a week, and disignated by tlic above title. _Ctistorrf has rendered it necessary for the projectors of a new literary_^iidertakingrtoj»restmttrrnmnlysraofthe rl _dau which they intend to adopt, in order tiiitt the public may judge _liow far the schemd is Irkely to be _deserviwy of _jjatforiagfe. Ours shall be brief; _Nevvspaj»ers have been aptly called The Chronicles of the Times, nnd when under the guidance of sound principles and assurcd abilities, may justly be considered tho' safeguards of a nation. ' Many, " howavoiy diverted from the legitimate objects of their institution, are prostituted to purposes svhicli involve injury to the morals, and impediment to the advancement of a people. . This it shull be our study to avoid_. All malters of interest,- connected with. the general and state governments shall re-' ceive from us the earliest attention. Wo' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 20 April 1831

( THE P _pti S Y I.V Alf IA TELEGRAPH, AN AJfTIJJASONIC l'Al'EU, To be published, in the Borough of Hurriaburg, _fKKMfiVI.VA XI A. Tho necessity oFnn-efbaont anti._maaonic paper at Harriaburg-, must forcibly striko the mind of every anti-mason. For tho purpose, therefore, of concentrating the principle's and action of the Anti-Masonic Party in Pennsylvania, and ot'laying belbro the people parly and faithful roi>oits of legislative and exocutivo proceedings, the subscriber proposes to publish, in tbo buinugli of Harrisburg, Pa. unaniiniasouic paper, bearing the abovb' title; . That overy body of men, having the _Buroe ob« joct in viouynust,- to ensure success, adopt an uui._" (_orin plan of operations, is a fiict which cxpericuco has proved incontrovertuble. It is equally certain that no uniform system can be adopted without a previous expression of the viou-s and wishes of nil concerned, to the end that tho course agreed upon may meet thoir ontiio approbation. This nece...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 20 April 1831

JYew Store. f¥1HE SubscririerTespectfutlyinibrrns His * friends and the Public, that lie has just returned from the Cities of Philadelphia and Baltimore, with an EXTf.\SiyE-AJ_>B_>-K?fT-»HHiY-yKW ;; Which he intends openingiiilfichouse of the late John M'Conai/^hi_), F_^_tj. deceased, situate on the.South WcM Comer af the Centre Square in Gettysburg, _uoxsisti.m; or a GENEKAL ASSOKTMKNT OF ¦ _JTT_^IF-—- DK¥ GROCERIES, Queens and Glass WARE, LiOOKING GliASSJGS, AXl) ¦ LIQVOR8, &e. ' (FOll FAIlTICULAltS, SKK 1IAM)-1III.LS.) -A personal appearance at his establishment, tho LOW PRICES of the Goods, and elegant assortment, will be an inducement'tiir them to purchase—"Loofc before you leap /" Tho Public's hum bio servant, SAMUEL FAHNESTOCK. . Gettysburg, April 20,18_yi. . tf_^-i! ATTENTION! THE OOTH ll_^_OlM_^i_^T Will parade by companies, on Monday the 2d day of May next, at such places as tlic commanding officers may direct, in-Battalions as follows:—The fi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 20 April 1831

CABINET _WAREHOUSE JOHN _JSt STAItR, llcspactfully informs his friends (ted the ' public generally, Tit AT UK STILL CONTINUES TO _CAHRV 6_^ _TH» CABINET-M-UUSG _JJUSINESS _^ in Aix _^ jts _irRiCNcnEa, At his old Stand in the Diamond, next doot to Mr. U..G. Harper's printing office, Whore ha has on hand, and will _Continue . to have, A RKXRItAf. _ASSOKTHKNT OF TtlP. MOST FASHIONABLE ami DURABLE FURNITURE In the place, and hopes, by strict attention? to business, to luceivo a share of public patronage. 03*All kinds of GRAIN $ LUMBE& ; taken in exchange for Furniture. , ttJ- ALL ORDERS IN THE COP_^_IW line, will be aUended to with punctuality. Gcltysburff, March $0, 1831. tf-r-51

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 20 April 1831

G-ETT YSBURG _^pnj_^c _m_];amiU3_lcj:jiBlLaalifln-oCtke-stu_>_- -_"• dents of this institution will Ikj held on Wednesday the'21th inst. The exercises will commence lit 9 o'clock A. _JVf. _aiidU o'- clock P. M. At the intervals between the examination of the several classes, Original Speeches will be pronounced by the.students. On tho evening of the same day, at early candle light, exercises in Composition, delivering original Orations, and Debating, will be exhibited in the German church. The citizens _oXGettysburg, and the friends of education in general, are respectfully invited to attend upon these occasions. The summer session of the Gymnasium will commence on _tlie 26th of May next. _Gettysburg, April 20, 1831. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 20 April 1831

MAIlillED, ¦ . - - On the 7th test; by the Rev. D. Oottwald, ]yf r. Godfrey.Tenner, to Miss Sarah ltockei j;_Vmih _dfS_^utOIHHieton towusliijj ' , Cumberland county. ' ' On7'uesfJay the 5th inst. by tho Rev. J. Moody, Mr. John faGhily, (merchant,) of Fuir&ld, to Miss Jane Mutiny; oft iiurgan. townshi|> - , Fninklitrcounty. On the 7t(» inst. by the Rev. J. Ruthinuff, Mr.. John Jlcrner , to Miss Susannah Waymiller, both olMountjoy township. On. Tuesday _vvefk hist, by the Rev. Mr.' K(Brstlcr, Mr. David Eidccr jr. of Wash-, in_^ton county, Md. (formerly ofthiac_«unty)- to l\Ii_*i Elizuh'clh Ficr, of .Mcchanic_'a-towo, Fi'edoricjv countv. _*^_r - . ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 20 April 1831

_ATTEBTTIOtf! _GBTTYSBURG GUARPS. _^_tTOt/ will parade at your ustfal lace, on •¦• Mqnddy the 2d qf May next ¦ , at 10 o'- clock, A. M. with arms and _trccoUtreinents in complete order—in Samtflter Uniform. By order, G. ARMOR, 0.5. ' April20, 1831. '• tp-_^-2-2

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 20 April 1831

_Gettysburg Vroop, ATTENTION! "_^_tTOlJ \V\\\ parade ki Gettysburg, on Mm'•¦• dap the '_2d day of May next, at 10 o1 - clock, A. M., each member provided with 12 blank cartridges. . JAMBS BELL, Jr. CapU Apri_^aft, 1831. tp—2-2

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 20 April 1831

Attention!—Liberty Rifleiiien. _Y*OU will parade on the frst Monday of ,-*.- May next, " at the house of George Baum, in Liberty townahip, at the commoni, precisely _«t 11 o'clock. By order, ¦ • . ¦ • JOHN EYLR_^t, O._+ _#

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 20 April 1831

DIED, JL ' Monday _afternoon* Mrs. Mary M'Dermott, of this borough, in the 87 th year of her In this . bonpuglt, on Tuesday, week last, _JVtrs. Mary _Vmsipu relict of Mr. Robert Wilson, _deceuaed_, ofJUpuutjoy township, in Iho C_6th year of her ace. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 20 April 1831

ANT * I-MASO_^TIC _STARi_" . _- ¦¦ -- - AND ' • _/ _REPUBLICAN BAyyEH. GETTYSBURG, PA. wi:i>ni:si)ay, Armi. «», i83_i.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 20 April 1831

RURAL REPOSITORY. Ok Bovviik or _Litkhatuuk, • (Kk.iitii Volume,) EmhcUislud Quavt.rrli_/,witlia Fine EiK'itii'ina, Devoted PxeliiMvrly. to I'_olifn Literature, roniprised in tho _following subjects: Original and Soliurt Talrs_, Kssays Amerionn and Kortfijrii Hio-{rr;t|ihy,_^l'ravrls, Notions of New Publications, _Hummury of News, Original and _Solect Poetry, Amusing, Miscellany, llu . _iiiolirousiiiul Historical Aiinmlotos, Jk.v. Ac;. On cuiuinnnciiig a now volume tho pnMisJwr p lrdrrp s hiinsolf to liisjxilions that _liisiiiirciiiiuing i-mloiivoiirs shall bo _nxurtod to moot tboir expectations. The I'_nposilory will ctmliiiuo to bo conducted on tho same plan and afforded ultlio same convenient rale, which ho has reason to k-lievo lins hitherto given it Ko.wido ii _circnJalion; and Kiicll a durable &. ilattcring _popularity as had ionilered it a _favorite anil amjjsinj_; visitor during tho seven years of its _puMFcal ion. As its I'oirospon-»lontM arc dail y increasing...

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