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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

1|_^ iuy;ER'S, scrubbing, du& * f ting, Shoe, White-wash, and other BRUSHES—For sole bv ¦ f _- / VALERIUS DUKEHART, -* Ar o. 101J Baltimore.*., Baltimor* City. Baltimore, 2d mo. 9th, 1831. 441 ' , . ~z ' " ' . ~ ' .. . — ¦ ¦ * * <

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

_ClUPERIOR Boot and Shoe Blacking, _™ Long and Short Brush Handles, Humming Tops, &c—For sale by VALERIUS DUKEHART, No. 101_J Baltimore-it., Baltimon City. Baltimore * 2d mo. 9th, 1831 ¦ 44

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

VALERIUS DUKEHART, No. Wl'l Baltimore-st., Baltimore, H<u on hand $ constantly keeps a supply of . BEEOS d_^SHlJTTIiKS. Baltimore, 2d mo. 9thT 18_Sl. 44

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

"EfeOLLING PINS, Lemon Squeezers, ,¦*•' Potatoe Mashers and Muddlers—For sale by VALERIUS DUKEHART, . JVo. 10L} Baltimore-it-, Baltimor* City. 2d mo.2d, 1831. r 48 i i * i i. ' ' ' ' ' .

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 28 February 1831

IN TESTIMONY, that the foregoing Statement of _Receipts and Expenditures, _exhibited at the Office of the Treasure/of #8aid County, is a true Copy, as taken from and compared with the Originals remaining in the Books of this Office—We have hereunto set our Hands, and affixed the Seal of our said Office, at Gettysburg, the sixth day of _January, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-ono. • JAMES M'lLHENNY, ) _commit -, OPHOMASEHREHART_, > _siONERsT JACOB GOVER, _. ') _MOMKS. ATTEST, fkUQRXEU_, _CIJJHK.

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

_VARIETY Singular Blessing.—OglSMer, in his memoir,-of tho Isle of Wight, written iu 1700, gives us tho following record of a blessing formerly enjoyed by that favored spot. "1 have heard," says otir author, "ana* partly know it to'bo tme, that not on* l y heretofore was there no lawyer or attor_. ney in the Isle of Wight, but, iii Sir George Cary_'_s time, 1588, an attorney, coming to settle there, was, by his comrnand, and with a pound of candles hanging at his _skirts, lighted, with bells about his legs, hunted out of tho Island." A letter from Now Orleans, dated 93> th D«o states—"We have haj a frost her* Which will out off tlio crop of Sugar -one-fourth, say 20,000 _hhda. less than was oxpeclod two Weeks ago." ' Othea accounts correspond witli this. A good Actqr—-A few days ago ' , a sailor, whose upper story had been too he&TJr ballasted, fell smash through a shop windoir at Leith, breaking at least half * doaea panes. On the following day when the accid...

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

THE REPOSITORY. From * tho Now-York _Amulot. _~ ~' THE tASfP" _FRIEISJ). BV THE EDITOR. I saw tlio virtuous man contend WithKfo-8 unnumbor'd woes; And he wan poor—without a iriondi—¦ Pross'd by a thousand iocs.—[Cam<kns. Wb are not about to enter into a question of jurlsprudonco; nor do weproposcto _discusB tlio niorils of Uiat mucli disputed point—Imprisonment for Debt. But, as having some bearing on the subsequent narrativo_, we cannot but remark, that it forms a very serious objection to such a raodo of punishment—that whilst tlio bad mui ' , the practiewd roguo,__Uio systematically dishonest—either avoids it, or, if he suffers, feels it not—tlio good man—whose only criminality is misfbrtuno—whose only disgrace, poverty; upon him it falls, with til its tremendous force. Surely it must be a heart-breaking thing, first to bear "The stings and arrows of outrageous Fortune;" and then the castigation of Justice) to bo ' shut out flcom society—to bo shut in with rogues. ...

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

POETRY "WitA _grrreetestflaiecrs enrieh'd From various garden* cull'd with care." Tho following th' _rillingjRffusion is from the port of the yoUngJady who _suporintonditlie Female Department in tho "Genius of Univorsal Emancipation.1 ' For her years she has not her equal, perhaps, in the Union. . THINK OF OUR COUNTRY'S GLORY. Think of our country's glory, All dimmed with A _file 's tears—Her broad flag stained and_'gory, With th' Jioardod guilt of years! Think of tho frantic mothor, , ' . Lamenting for hor child, Till falling lashes smother / Hor cries of anguish wild! >' Think of the prayers ascending, Yet shriok, alas! in vain; When hoart from hoart is rending, No'cr to bo joined again! Shall wo behold, _unheeding, *• Life's hqlient feoling-s crushod! \, When woman's heart is bleeding, _Sliall woman's voice bo hushed 7 ' . . Oh no! by ovory blessing, That Moavon to theo may lond, Rometnbor their oppression . ¦ Forgot not, sister, friend.

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

_13SRMB O_^ li^^ _^_Mi_^tm_^Va_^sM par _^um^^ yM_^hs_^j^^ ihWt_^ . subscriptionstakenfoi hiu ' _jSim_^M_^ o_^_Sa_^ nono _discontinued until dl arreaiiage* «j» _pajjL unless at the option of the Edito*—aadft _ftfioi* (to notify «»^istailb"d4ance will be cotuiderei « new ongog _" «|^iOhid the_^Apef forwarded: _o_^ cordingly, - ¦" ** • . , *' .'.. '

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

•" __ OFFICE OF THK STAR , _BaLTUTOBB STBEBT, _FlvJS_^ _tfoOR» NOK TH of TBta'F3_JiUPwici5,_'€fKTrjr8BuKQ , Pa. ADVERTISEMEIVT_^ Cpn ipiooolisly inserted Foim time's for _okij. _BouUa per square—ovor four times, tw*ntv-wvk _CSnts per square will Be charged. ' - ¦ -.

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

_TWBtHYJHBBT CONGRESS. . — _Thursday,Feb. 17. * In _tboSenate yesterday _memwrials against the removal of the Southern Indians were presented by Mr. Robins of Rhode Island, Sir. Sprague-of Maine and Mr. Barnard of Pennsylvania. Mr. Barnard from (he Committee on the Judiciary, reported a bill relative to the organization of the Militia in the District of Columbia. The bill for the _^ relief of the legal representations of General Moses. Hazen was. read a third time and passed. The _, biirto authorize the extension and _TOtstructum of a lateral branch of the Ohio and Baltimore Rail-Road through the District c*<taumbiav_^, together with _^^^ ©ther bills from the House of Representatives, forwarded through the preliminary stages, and referred for revision. Several private and local bills were considered as in Committee of the Whole, and ordered _tolae engrossed for a third readmg; after which the Senate adjourned. The House of Representatives was yesterday engaged in legi...

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

fOREiGN maws. 12 Days Later from England The _EditorB of the Now York Commercial _IraTO received, by the ship James Cropper, London papors of the 13th January, and _Liverpool of tho 14—by the Pacifia, Condon papen of the 16th, and Liverpool of the 17th, Both inclusive. THE POLISH REVOLUTION It appears- from the Proclamation of the Russian Emperor, and Manifesto that nothing short of a full and unoonditionaLsubmiasion, and the exemplary punishment of the •guilty, will satisfy the Autocrat. As to the pr evailing feeling of the Polish people, not immediately within the influence and atmosphere of the capital, the accounts are widely different. For instance,among other articles, representing the Poles-to Wall actuated"T»y one spirit, and that a,spirit of enthusiasm prevailed in favor of the J&volution, we have the following-;— _^ _y ¦' - • "The Poles appear to_'oe taking vigorous .measures for their defence, and the hostile preparations in progress had caused the _conW...

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

¦ ¦>¦¦ "TIME POOR BOUSE " _ACCfl_^it_^ _"1 ' _ ._w JOHK H. _MfcY_^L_¥AR_»O_«, tMasurbr, In account with the Directort of the Poor, and of the House of Employment of Adams County. _l&ao_, dr. Don*. et». To Commissioners'Orders on Win. S. Cobean, Treat. 4_SJ50 00 Cash received of Mr. Culp, error in bill, 1 34 Balance duo John B. M'Pherson, _. .46 24j $4297 58_f Oft. Dolh.CH. By balance last _settlement, , 2 | By cash paid on sundry orders for the support ©f ) 2Oo 17 out-door Paupers and funeral expenses, ) Stock _CjitlleJor J829 and '30, 120 00 h McCuUpugh far Horse, : 87 00 John Pfoutz for Fulling and Carding, ' 83 SO John Stephenson for Groceries, • 97 12 Flour, Merchandize and Groceries, (including ) „„. _. balances of last year's bills,) _}" _ Hirelingb' wages* — ~~~1M~ 25 M. _CJarkson, For Hardware and Sheep, 78 _^ 88 Sundry persons, for Grain and Flour, 289 42 Vegetables, 40 44 - S. H. Buehler, for Drugs and Medicines, 32 90 * Beef and Bacon, c 211 33 _i Pra...

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

is are _prtasing for pusporto _lo London, whence they wiH repair toTerceira. A frigate, six steamboats, and some transports, are to sail immediately. " __. ' ..A Bordeaux paper gives the following from Madrid: ."The Government has just discovered a conspiracy _fijoned by the students of the _schoolsTbrToledo, Alcala, San Isidore and Madrid, to bring about a revolution. Forty of the conspirators have been arrested. The garrison troops of _/ Madrid have been on foot two days and two nights. It is said that the French Ambassador has transmitted a noto to the Spanish Government, and given 12 days-for a categorical answer. If by that time he receives no reply ,' he will demand-hir passports." —Letters from Madrid-of Jan. 6th, give reason to apprehend a rupture between Spain and France, and that on the part of the Apostolic party whose warlike propensity is hardly _controled by the King. _SPAfNT MISCELLANEOUS SWITZERLAND*—The town of Basle is besieged by the' country people; the...

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

THE NEXT-PRESIDENT ' From the Carlisle Expositor. -. _^ On our first pag«>rejiave inserted a ' bt. ographical sketch of the Hon. John Mc-Lean, of Ohio, late Post Master . General of the United States_. This gentleman, there isabundant evidence, is not a mason, and it has been stated by persons who professed to know, that he is opposed tr_> masonry. We refer the-reader " to the sketch itself for any thing further in reference to his character. This is a season when a considerable effort is making to forestal public opinion or the subject of the _presidency,and to take }t by force. * Those who got into power and office by the last election, find power so desirable and office so convenient that they are very industrious, to retain their present advantage. Much (hat is important, has and is daily transpiring, which wilt have a bear-1 ing on the next presidential canvass. Gen. Jackson", if is _evident does not wish again to take upon him the burden of so_^_rxlugn 8 ...

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

_f'fom the _UalUmore Patriot of Saturday UsL BALTIMORE MARKET_^ ¦' FIiOUEl—Howard street.—The supplies / continue to come in freoly. A fair business has been done from stores this week. On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, sales to some extent were made at 95 75 per brl.; in occasional instances, 5 81} were paid. On Thursday, after rocoipt of the English advices of the 18th January, tho marltot improved, - and sales of some parcels were made at 5 87J per brl. This morning, in conseqaenco of the &dvance.«fan eighth of a dollar in Now York,-and tKeroceipt-of-furthoradvicee from Europe, which go to show a greater probability of the occurrence of hostilities, tho rnarkot roceivod additional firmness. Three parcels of 100 _brli. were sold at 5 87 J, but most of the dealers are asking 88 per brl. _ETFrwn Monday to Wednesday, inclusive, the wagon _fkiok ranged from 5 63ft to 5 68} and 5 75; on Thursday it was uniform and brisk at 5 75, and this morning the «am_« rate prevails. ¦...

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

JUST PUBLISHED THEJFJBBRUARY NUMBER of the New Series of the CASKET, or _Gims of Literature, Wit ano Skhtihekt, embelliirtwd with a splendid EDgrAT_»_ng and several _wwtodf ' _cuts_, as fellows: A beautiful Portrait of Washington; a Portrait of Timothy Matlack; a cut representing St. Augustus's Charch, Philadelphia; another representing the mode _«_f worship among _^e Shaken; an en-•_graving of Ufa Second Unitarian Church, New York; and a representation of the recent Eclipse. Also, a new and popular Song, called "Ellen , you told me t ' other day," set to music—and an illustration of the School of Flora, Scarlet Rose Balm. CONTENTS—A sketch of the charactoF «_f Washingtoni by Jefferson, with an engraved like_, ness. Second Prize Tab—The Bridal, by Rosa LvDorwood, Norfolk, Va. Preiudice»-by Hugh Worthington. Third Prize Tale—Isabel Mortimer, or Ambition's Victim. The Cousins—by Miss Mitford, A Sketch of Timothy Matlaek_, (with an erigraving,_) with a poetical tribute to his iBBJB...

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

.. MARRIED, ,. On Thursday last, by the Rev. L. L. Hinsch, Mr. Nicholas Shnver, aon of Ja_« coh, to Miss Mary DoU_, daughter of Mr* John Doll, both of MenaHeri township. Ohlhe ' saniB **d ayl'hyfh_^B!_im ,l(frrHenT~ ry Minter, to Mm. Mary'MaybaVgl:, both of Franklin townshipi _— On Thursday last, by the R«v_*^fll_^€ha)sr< Weyl, Mr. Philip Weaver* of Cumberland, to' }_hssElizabeth Grainier,daughter ofAdam Gminter, dee'd, of Franklin township. . On the same day, by the same' , Mf.John Deardorff, son of David, to Miss Mary Re* veri all of Franklin township. On. Tuesday last, by the Rev* Daniel Gottwald, Mr. Firdinand Meals, son of David, to Mies Eve _Wetkel_, both of Menallen township." On Thursdny the 17th ult* by the Key. Samuel Gutelius, Mr. Jacob Eberhart, to * Miss Elizabeth Miller, both of this county. On Sunday the 20th _ult. _Wlho Rev. F. _Wi _VaBdersloot, Mr. MichaelHerrhold t of York coanty, to Miss Dorothea Crist, of LaCtmore township, Adams county. At Taneytown, ...

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

HOUSE-BILL8, HAWD-BLLX-S, _ATXtir ¦ ..-.., JOB _PROTl_?ie " W ZVKXT DESCBtrTIM ' EXECVTXD WITH _NKATOTlB, r 4».ND DSBfJktCSf ON NEW AND E4gjpK>KE TYPE, AT THB- OmCll OF THE AHTI-KASOlTia STAB, - In Baltimore Street, Five fioors _JTorth of the Poit Office,, Gettynbarjr, Vtr-J —"

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