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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

¦ ft' -. •" _; ' . _- _f ¦ ¦ - i OFFICE OF _Tlffi STAlt, _gjtXMBEBSBiriKJ Sl'KEJiTp A FKW DOORS West ok Mr. Forrv_' s Tavern. APVI_^RTISEMKNTS ' CtMiHpicuoMsly inserted four times for onk _jdi.lar per square—over (bur times, twen*y-five 'ents per square will be charged.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

THE _fJARLANI). ' "With ntL'citisl /lowers rnrirh'il ' : From 'vnrinwi gardens culVd with care."

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

1 PROCEEDINGS OF THE STATE CONVENTION ,. [Continued from lust week-} Thursday, 9 o'clock, A. M. Convention met persuant to adjournment. Prayer by the Rev. H. G ' . Jones. . , Mr. Jones from the committee appointed under the 1st resolution, reported the names of the following gentlemen as delegates to the National Convention. Read and adopted:— Senatorial delegates.—Harmar Denny, Roberts Vaux. ¦ 1st, 2d ami 3d districts.—John Clarke, John R. Jones, William Grimshaw. 4th.—Samuel Parke, Owen Stoever, Dr. George Smith. 5th.—James Paul. 6th.—Thomas Elder. 1th.—Christian Pretz, Daniel Rhodes. &th.—rWilliam Watts, Samuel Leider Qth.—-Henry D. Drinker, John Burrows, Samuel J. Packer. 10th.—Charles Deal. 11<A>—Jacob Alter; Jacob _Cassatt, 12th.—James Milligan. l'Ath—Charles Ogle. 14_^^-JamesTodd. 15th.—Samuel McKeehan. 16*A.-r-Wm. W. Irwin, Jos. Buflington. 17th.—John Taylor. 18th.—Robert Faulkner. A; ¦^flETThe County Committees should to inlsSJted here, but as ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

FROM EUROPE NEW YQRKt June 0. The New York _Wrjjg says—By tho arrival this nflornoon, oftho Birmingham, Capt. Harris, from Liverpool, Liverpool papers have been rocoiveJ to (ho 7th May, ami London to the _Gtli. ( _XrGEJV. DIEBITSCH HAD RETREATED ACROSS _TFTE BUG—AND THE POLISH ARMY WERE IN_^POSSESSION OF SIEDLEC! Hamburgh papers of April 29 th, contain accounts of _n. victory gained by Gen. Dwernicki over Gon. Rudiger in Volhyna,.tho population of which had revolted en masse. The samo accounts say that Russian troops were advancing on that province. _JJKEAT BRITAIN—REFORM.—The elect_«4jw»promi8e to.result for ruor_» favorably to the cause of Reform, than evon its friends anticipated Gen. tiascoyne, who introduced the amendment to tho Reform Bill, which occasioned its defeat, lias lost his election in Liverpool. A Liverpool paper of May 7th says:— We cannot refrain from congratulating with our readers on Tfio daily .increasing success ofthe people in their noble struggle for re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

BALTIMORE MARKET From the Patriot of Saturday last. TLOVR-Howard-street.—Tho market has boon father _inactive thin wcok, and _saloa have reached to a limited cxtont paly. At tho begining of the wook a fbw parcels woro sold from stores at $5 per brl. On Tuesday a lot of 200 brls-was sold _nt 4 S17. On Thursday a lot of 200 bfls._yas sold at $5; about ' 1000 brla. at 4 87J;_ and 100 _brls.at A 81». This morning 300 brls. in two lots were aoldut'l 81:}. Tho markot has been almost at a stand this morning, both buyers and sellers declining to operate until tho later advices by tho Corinthian now bolow from Liverpool, which are hourly expected, shall have transpired. On Monday and Tuosday tho wagon price was genorally $4 75, but since then, including this morning-, it has rulod at 4 50 per brl.; in occasional instances a fraction nioro has been paid. Most , of tho reccipiB however, havo boon stored on account of farmers and millers, who decline to sell at present .prices;- ' - :— ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

QREAT FIRE AT FAYETTEVILI., N.C. The following letter Iron» tho Kev. Mr..Rowland, to tho oditor of '-lie National Gazetto, doscribos_^in the most vivid maiinor, this sorrowful occurronee' . Faycttevillc, N. C, May 29, 1831. To the Editor of tho National Gazotto—Sik: Favettevil_^e is no m ore ! This morning the sun rose upon us in its beauty, and Vith gladdened ' hearts we (locked to-the churches of our God. Now we arc in ruins. But two stores of all that this place contained are standing. The rest are entirely consumed. Nothing but stacks of tottering cnrmnics remain to tell what we once were. Exc_"bjA in the outskirts of the town, and in those streets which are a little ofl'lrom the centre of theNiillage, not a dwelling house remains. AH thc _^cburchos, with the exception of the Mbthodist_^which is distant from the centre of the _townyarci destroyed. The academy, the two splendid hotek _^ our printing offices, the two Banks, the oM _^ Statc house, every apothecary's shop, a...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

A _tlST OF RETAILERS _^ AF FOREIGN MERCHAN-^ _M) 12 E, within the County of Adams, that took out Licence on the 1st May, 1881 j John G. Morningstar John Houck Henry Schriver J. 4" -M* Car _' George Myers W. Hildebrtmd JohnBrough William Albright Abraham King,.Esq. Thomas M'Knight Andrew Myers €. Efemlar Daniel Hartman Jacob _Heqfiy Jacob Brough George Bang* Hugh _McSberrg Samuel Faknaloek John Lahmon Daniel Comfort Philip Weaver Banner 4f Ziegler Albert _Vandike Tkoma»J. Cooper -Jacob-Myers—.--— Robert Smith —*—Christian Bishop William Reynold* Jacob Fahnestockjr. Jesse Gilbert George Wilson Michael C. Glarkson* J._^ C. Betmer _^ _SamudJZBiuhler _^ Enoch Simpson ' | Wtlliam Gillispie7 List of those that did not take out Licence on said day: David Sheetz Philip Long John Gaurley Samuel Wright Jacob _Eatsliaw •'" David Middlecattff Joseph Miller <{ Go. Adam &. E. Duncan Charles Barnitz David Bucher D. E. Fahnestoek _FoaUtf Henry Philip Miller _Thobas Dickey J. _Mi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

COUNTY OF CAYUGA. N. Y At a meeting of the Central _Committee of tho County of Cayuga, May 20th, 1831. Resolved, That ' the letter of the Hon. Richard Rush of the State of -Pennsylvania, be recommended to the candid perusal of every citizen of this County, as a sound conclusive and eloquent vindication of the principles of Anti-Masonry. Resolved, That the said letter be published in such form as will ensure its most extensive circulation, and that this Committee recommend that it be read at all Antimasonic celebrations of the Anniversary of our Independence,-as an able and eloquent exposition of the principles of the. Revolution, by which this Country was emancipated from British Thraldom, and ef those principles which alone can save the liberties of this land from subversion by Secret Societies. Resolved, That the said letter is worthy the great cause which it is designed to promote, and fill up the measure of glory of its illustrious Author, distinguished as the Son of one...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

from the lioaton Iron frees. HON. JOHN QUINCY ADAMS The appearance of the late President of ihe._ult_!ni_^=S.tat<ea'.aUfa&i:-Antiittiiaoiiie.'_€6B>r _~vimthmin"Fanenii"Ha1twra"hTgh1y~^Tatify 'ing to the friends of Equal Rights. It is another instance of his fearless independence and lofty patriotism. Tho presence of such a' man gave a new interest to the doings of the Convention. The following note had been addressed to Mr. Adams by the Chairman of the State Committee. Hon. John Q. Adams, Si».—An Antimasonic State . Convention will assemble at Faneuil Hall dn the 19th and 20th _inst. Should it comport with your convenience and feelings to be present, your company will be highly gratifying. Very respectfully,.: I have the honor to be > Yours, May. 1_^ 1831. A. PHELPS% Mr. Adams1 acceptance of this invitation was peculiarly gratifying_^s jt is _4»lieved. to be only the second time he has attended any public assembly or celebration in Boston for sever...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

4 _LANCASTER4ur,e._l0; ANOTHER MURDER.—It is out disagreeable duty to add to the already alarming catalogue of crime, another murder, committed on tho evening of the 2d inst. in this city. Two men, named Kaufman and Albright, got into a scuffle in a house in the suburbs, of the town, which,terminated by tho former, getting a severe beating, of which he died on Saturday last. The verdict of the inquest was that Tie came to bis death by blows inflicted upon him. Albright has since been arrested and is now in jail. He is an industrious and inoffensive man when sober, but we believe that he was intoxicated when_^tw_^mnbat took- place.— Three murders have taken place in this county, within six weeks and under nearly similar _crrcynfisiancQS, all too, we believe to be traded to mat destructive vice, intemperance.—Herald.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

TO PRINTERS «& EDITORS. AN ANTI-MASONIC PRINTINa-OFFICE, situated- in the interior ot the State of Pennsylvania, is offered for Sale,, with a subscription lisr amounting to nearly . five hundred good subscribers, and a steady increase. The county, in point of beajthr' and _weau%is believed to be inferior to none—in the State—and believed to be decidedly ' antimasonic. . * ' • . Th_» present'Editor has been at eonsid-_^ er«ble expfcnee in fitting out the -establish_^, men* with hew type, in part". Any penori desirous of purchasing may re_^l' _asBured of - getting a bargain- .. j ¦ *>: .[' . ¦ , " _ICrTerms of sale made fcnown on personal ap_» . plication, qr by letter [post paid] to R.'WYMitf- ( _dleton_, Editor oCthe "Star,'* Gettysburg;, or Jobn< Clarke, Editor or the.'8ii_»i,*'Philud_«_lli>hiav V .- _tai_» 14, l_?3i. - -v.ii-• ¦ •...,-- ': ¦ _* _*_£•_:¦ :---> " v •:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

.* _OttDt Between It and 13 o'ilocL_* lfc,_y«lttrdav,it the residence * ofherson-in-]sw,(Mr. _Jicob Lefever_, editor of the "Compiler,") <Mn. _Cathariue Fkuguson, in tlifi 62d year of her Age. tDTbe funeral will take place at TWOo'cteek _fhia afternoon. ' , ' - .. . On Sunday _evening last, Mr. _AliXJinwa. Uoankr. Sen. of Cumberland township. On the 30th .tilt. ¦ William Jam**, ton .of Miv John Swoncy, of this borough, aged 91 months* On the 30th ult. Mr. Henry VVaFler _. ot'Frankliu fownship, in tliq 87th year of his age.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

? ANTIMASONfcY fa MARYLAND. An_^antimasonic-meeting was held at Hagerstowa, on Saturday week 'laet_, agreeably ta appoirttnaent, We learn that the a_^sem W'j'g_? 'w_^_i^«iflOTi«*ii«n_^i8.|lip_»igl_»t to have _, bean or_^of tho largest_4_Wr held in Wash* i _njjjfeBS_^4_fyiAiV T . he _spaciojtt eourt i_^_ft V Hagerstown was crowded to overflowing.— John McKeEj Esq. was Chairman, assisted by- Henry _Toaimt and Drs. Slifer and Byers acted as Secretaries, ' We shall probably receive the proceedings for insertion in our next. ' An antimasonic paper will very shortly be commenced in Hagerstown Seven hundred subscribers have already _taen obtained. The_^_tt_^w York Whig says—By a letter from CincinnatioF-S_^tli May last, wo loam that a religious newspaper _^commenced by tbo Rev. Dyer Burgess, ontitled /_nftdkiity Unmasked, which will exposo the delusion _oJS_^ree ' _maaonry to tho pooplo of the western motropoiis» _^ And further that the Presbytery of . Cincinnati, " _a_^their l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

DOCT. S. US. TUDOBr |~|FFERS his Professional _servidesrto tfi« _^^ pnblic generally, andean always bar found at his father's residence, at the house 'formerly occupied by James _Morriesoay within one mile and a half of Harapton. Fair Mount, Juw'_^4, 1831. tf—IO ¦ ¦ '•

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

.,. -RETRIBUTION. f _Itia a matter of -history;. U&t of all who _wpre accessary _io the assassination of Julius Cesat, not qn^' died a natural deat h, but _ull _feU._iu battle, wore the _auuiocts_^_fisoino fatal casualty, or fell by their own hands. This fact has often been urged as a certain mark of Divine wrath against the perpetrators of that deed, by many who will acknowledge no such agency in the fate of the murderers of William Morgan. ¦ We learn from tho last Locknort Courier, that "Elisha Adams the only person who could have revealed who the actual murderers of Morgan wore, died at _Youngslown on the 9th instant—nature thus entering a nolle pros ' equi in the case of that miserable man." Although* it could not be made a matter of legal proof, owing to the, barriers which masonic oaths, interpose against justice, yet we believe it is understood by the citizens of west New- York.generally,Xhat five individuals were directly concerned in the last act of the tr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

MARUIED_, On Thursday _weekT last, by the Rev. C.Weyl, Mr.Afidrew W. Barkley, toiWiss Eliza Holtzworth, daughter of Muv William Hbltzworth—all of this borough. . v-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

Iterr. shall the _pbesb the People's rights proclaim Unaio'd by influence, and unbrih'd by oain. 3 • __ t i —t TUKSWAY, JUNE 14, 1831.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

_PFNNSYLVANIA, SS. r in the name and by tme _AUTrtonmr of T1!K COM«OSWF.A._LTn Ot Governor, of the Mid Commonwealth. A PROCXAIKtaTZOlV. ¦^nf_/'HEREAS I have received authentic * ™ information that a certain SI MON F.Tr._HH_^_TrT?; _. late of the City of Lancaster, stands chargod with having murdered a certain John Lynch, late of the same place, and having fled from justice, all efforts io arrest him have hitherto proved ineffectual: And _whorenn, th« . reputation of the government, the peace and security of its citizens, and tho obligations ofjustico?*1 and hirmanrty _require that tho perpetrator of an offence so _hoinous, should bo brought io _opoedy_^ and condign punishment—I have therefore tho £ proper to issue _tlvia _proeknnatH)it r heroby affpriny — a rowurd of . >•* "•_, _ ONE HUNDRED t»OLLAR_^ to afiy.pcrscm or persons who shall appreHend UlSf _sakl _fngrtivo; Within the county of Lancaster, and secure him In the,jail of the said county—ana ...... tho sum of _~ _\_T...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

OETTYSBURQ GUARDS! '1 C'"OU are hereby requested to .attend a ¦ ¦ • meeting "of the company, " at the house of Philip H_^agy, on Saturday the 18th mat/ at8-'olock P|. M._tomalte arrangements to celebrate the 4th of July. _' - : _' J!. C. _CLAftKSpN. Secretary. ¦ _\ 'JuniB _- U;.:lri31.-v _- ,. - ..i- - '/ ' ;%. ;¦ • . . v¦ .. . _' ., .„ ¦ ,,

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Star — 14 June 1831

MBASSED at the last Session of the Le-•*¦ gislature of _Pennsylvania have _hp_^n received -at this Office, and ate ready for delivery. _," _ J , ' GEO. WELSH, Proth'y. ProthonotaryV Office, Adams _> county* Juno 14,1831. . $ . 4W M

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