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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

ISAiyi'l_^IOlfK MARKET, Tho Masonic Editors _bccomo vory _fovorish und _(_fViensy as_^jjtomhcr opprfiacllos-. _TJu) Bultimqro (" (invention _hasn wonderful _orljujt on their nerves. Tho Clay popart) nro attempting, by dint of coaxing, to induct) tho _Antimasons to join them. Somo of thorn go so far, us to suggest.that Mr. Clay will givo in a qualified _ronuiiciution. All Bur.li 'schemes nrc in vain. _Antimasons will form no coalitions. They will choorfull y hold ont tho hand of fellowship to all who will aid them in do. throning tho Tyrant. Thoy will rejoice in seeing the deluded turn from their wickod (oily, lint flipy will join no party for tlio inoro purpose of succoBS. J'rinci._jtles, with them, tiro of more importanco than Men. In a. public point of vi_«nv, I hoy roguid man only on account of their political Hnd inorul opinions. No iinui ' _cun Iio thoir candidate, or undor miy circuniHtancoa _rocoivo thoir Kwppurt_, who ha» not "Anti-Masonry" inticribod o» nil his conduc...

Publication Title: Star
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

IOO _AGEMTSS, TOJPROCURE Subscriptiona fo theu _Unittd States' AgricuUvriU--and Farmers' Reporter," published monthly in thu city of ('incinnatr, Ohio, on a fino Kiipor-royaf shuot, with cloganf Engravings, at tlio Very lowprice of $1 per annum, in advance. * _' This paper _ftpjioars to moot tho approbation of ull who havo examined it, and u groat number of our most, coJohrati'd uyriciiltiirintH havo rocommei)ded'it _(h x'cry _rlatlorhig tonng. Tho plan up. on which _ifis conducted is now—bnt it has nature tor itu basis, utatnason lor its _ouperntruoture. Siworul competent nion aro constantly traveling through _ditleront _soeliona of tho United States to call nn the beat Farmos nnd PlnntorB, for tho _puTiMisc_^f obtuin_^_nffjinlormation upon the various _braiichofl of Agriculturo, Now Improvements, &c Thoso _poreons triinstuit thoir roport _>o _tlie EdU_»r, by which wo loarn tho farming in _difTorent sections, und obtain much vaJuublohifornmtionwUicb1 miffht _ot...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

VERMONT.—Tho 'Vermont Antimagonic State Convention assembled at Montpelier, on the 15th ult. One hundred and seventy-five delegates were present. Th« officers wero liKiniEus _Ed<_seuton, President, Jiisiah _llisi\<;, Isaiah 1'Ysk, Wilmam Sruo_^T/, nnd Kiehard Ransom, Vice Presidents, Daniel P. Thompson »V Charles Davis, Secretaries.- An address on tlio influenco of Speculative Freemasonry w;as delivered hy the Rev. Samuel C.LovcKind; after which the Convention proceeded to thn nomination of Stato oilicers. Wij.mam A. Pai,mkh, _was nominated for tho olRco of (_Governor; LKiilna's Eimjkrto.\ for Lieutenant Governor; and _Avcn stink Clakk for Treasurer. Benjamin T.Deming, JLaspnv _Roliinson, Richardson Graves, Joseph. H. Rrainei'd, Nathau Lcavenswortli, Daniel Cobb, Samuel C. Loveland, Samuel S' . Phcl|)s, Zimn IIowo, John Phclps_, John S. Pcttibonc, nnd Henry F. James, were ro"coinmended for Stato Councillors. The following gentlemen wero appointed delegates to tho Uni...

Publication Title: Star
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

For tho Star. 'Neither Mason nor _Antimason.' Many leading politicians protess to neither Masons nor Antimasons—but say tlrcy arc as much opposed to Freemasonry, as those who oppose it politically, and would wish to sco' tho _InstitutionTdissdlvedV Tn- _~ deed, such is tho cant of ulmost every Jack. This borough abounds _»vith such wily professors. Hut in most onsns, _thjq is _nh_^er hypocrisy. Tuko an example :—R. W. Miiniv>ETo_^ _secwlcd. from the Masonic Institution". Ho was proposed as a' member of the Beneficial Society of this place. The Masons and Jacks, secretly agreo tb-reject him. They givo no noftico to the Anti-mahoiis of any objections, because .they well knew that no fair -objection existed. The voto is taken, and every Mason and Jack votes against him. These,Jacks wore mar- Miallwl, too, hy a-rcadrr, who on all occif sions prtifessesto be opposed to Masonry. Now this single transaction gives tho lie to all their protcntions. If they were opposed to tho ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

•Tho National Gazette _Rperiking of the late doings at Washington, and tho bountiful correspondence to which they gavo birth, says— ¦ />•*"? ¦ ¦ • ¦ , _^Altogether, these are singular productions, aiul we may say, alVor tho person in the upper window of tho Ark in tho Dutch picture of the Deluge—"Huzy weather, Master NoaliJ' ' .1 HOMICIDE.—Wo learn from theFrodcrick Examiner, that an altercation'took pfaeo' on Saturday a few miles from that City on the _Georgetown road, between a man named Fowler and another named Lishieri which resulted in tho death of the latter. It appears that the deceased was but lately liberated from tho Penitentiary; that ho waa on hia return (intoxicated) from witnessing tho execution of Markley; ainl his route loading by tho field where Fowler was at work, he improved tho opportunity of getting up a quarrel, by intruding himself into the enclosure, nnd abusing thV*^ tor. After considerable forbenrance_^Fow-¦lor _attempted to force him out of the ...

Publication Title: Star
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

In this week's Star will bo found a continuation of tho _Correnpoudcnc.0. Wo mibjoin tho opinion olono_.of thoic "household"—tlio Cailirfo -Voluntoer: DEPLOIt A15 r_,E!—WJiatr-vnr may ha vo _Irccn tho- causo which pave rise to tiio late transactions at thn scat of tho General Government of ..tho 11 lilted States, every i_^_oorl citizen must deeply deplore occurenccs calculated to brinjr a _stigma on tho Government. Never sinco wo had a i>ein_<r as n Nntr&n, has any tlung'likc the present, either in magnitude, or turpitude, taken place amongst us. To see the highest _oilicers of the Government arrayed in hostility against each nthor, tor purposes of jit.rxoiuil revenge; and that loo, almost, under the sanction of the President of the I'nilcdStiitea, wo might say, is calculated to make, ua blush for our country_. The moral sense of Iho community has been outraged hy tho disgraceful sayings and doings at Washington; and nothing short ofafull development [andsp...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

ALLEGHENY IN THE FIELD! An Anti-masorwc _convention was held in the city of _Pittsburgh Tor Allegheny-county, on tho 15(h inst_. at which Ihe following persons were nominated:—Senator, William Hnys. Assembly—David Gilleland, FrancisKerns,.lames Hultz, and Andrew IJnyne. SliorifP—Joseph Welsh'. Commissioner—James Hilands. Coroner—llujjh McClelland. Auditor—-John Rankin. _FOTlKinN _NPWS.—V,y the latent _urtirar at _fj_«w York, the principal news is tlio probability of u rupinro bolwcon Franco and AuRtria. Tho l_'_olna havo not. mot with any n_;w royprRns_, und !hn rumorS'in circulation, _ftrti T:II in their favor. A _rnjiort _wii prevalent nt l_'aris lliut the I'oIoh hud obtained a groW victory ovor tlio Russians—but it wants confirmation. Tho Reform question in Knfjlandis considered Rfittled. _Ueltriiim continues unsettled. All in commotion.inTurky; tho _robels _opjmar to bo in favor of despotism, and it _Jh tho't will _puccecd _ui_^_uinst tho present liboru.1 anil onlitchtencd...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

_ANOTHER _DISTUKSSINO _FIIIB. —TJ 10 splendid houSo at 'Uli- i _gf" , N. C. with Iho noble Htutuo of Washington, havo * )>CW (_loslrbyedb y nro. The ofllcofl 6t il'O dojmrtinonts, (w"?._'»cJi aro in do., tiichod ' buildings,) und Uio oflicial ilrc'hivds Rro _savod. By iho _exortions of two _(_noiyifluals, tho flno paihtinjfof C6n. VVaBhingtbn was also Bai'cd. 1jhtj flro ,wa_« occnsi6ned by tho _carlossnoss pf tlio _wtitknuin Ongagod ' ill _rtb/ihg1 _tHo _etiito houbo wi_^li zin c. IMPORTANT!—"Dr.-^—, nH Anliinason6f _, , h-i-grh »-t-fi-n-<l.j-n-._%, of ' ' tin grout Antiniuaonic . hqAy oT _tjip State of —«—, has rocontly renouricod all further cpnnoxion with the body of wiiich he _wa_^ pntw-e c ' -t-V'i-p-ic-u-o-u-8 monitor!" sayV _^_bis _morning_'a and yei/_f r/_i_«y'« Compiler. ' / Query—-HP Wonder >f ha ovejr _^wixldcd in aid that might affect fhc inlinyofth* inhabitant*?': . ,ir> iP*Or,if hoov«AWWra a, _narrow _toiPliat_,;_£i*f>i _roatteo_, o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

To Publishers of Newspapers. fJI HE Proprietor of the "United States* •*• Agriculturist Sf Farmers' Reporter" will _«ct tin Agent in procuring smhi<criptions for _thoso puhlishors of ncwspajwrujwiio will givo thoBO _ndvortisomenta a fow _fnsertimiR_, und transmit a copy of _thoir paper to tho " Kurniors' Iloportor." Tho _fidid _pnpern when recoivod_, wiH \m placed in a uawuling- roont-i»-tlii»<:ityTwUero they w+H-bo-e©B. Btantly opou for exhibition. Tlw Title, Proprietor's name, prico, and placo of publication, of each will bo pi'intod and sent to ovory Statn in the V- , ninn, hy t)ie Agents employed fortho "United Stdtos' Agriculturist." _TIickb _advuntagoa afford groutcr fncilitioB, purliaps, for _crreulating papers than anyliitherto _proueiitcd. Tho ngenfiy for any _pnjier will commence on tho receipt of the first number of the aamo, hnri continuo ax lorip as the publication is sont to tlio "Farmers'1 Rfportor."—Tho _expellee of _inaorting _theeo advertisement...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

It hns been recently decided in tho District Courts of the United Statos, for tho "DTstricToOrAiKK, tliat, under the ~ pTuhibi ~ tory clause, of the Post OiHco law, packages of various descriptions, such as packages of merchandize, or of Bank notes, can bo car--riud-by.-niail catrieraAvitiiout-incurxiug-tlux penalty, but ii«t packages of letters. Another Murder.—A female by tho name of-Coyle, was found dead in her hoilKO in Brooklyn on Friday ' morning, with marks upon'her body of great external violence). TKo evulchco _subiiiittud to tbo Coronor'B Jury Vas, that her _^ husband had been in the habit of treating her. ill tor along.time,and' that he was seen to lay hands upon her in a most brutal manner on the night preceding her death. 1 _Ic was apprehended in the city on Friday evening, and committed to Flatbush jail on Saturday.—N. Y. paper.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

LIST OF LETTERS _TJ KMAlNINGin the Post Office at •"" York Spring, _AdamB county Pa. on_. tho " first of July, _l_^ai. Win. R. Baker Richard[Hammond[. _ ¦ _ Elizabeth lieah Jonathan Miller John Duffield Charles Mitmatt Anthony Deardorff Henry Mmdotff__ George Diem _~ David Myers, Esq. Margery Donahay Jane Ann Neely ¦ " Christian _DeanCorff Hon. Richard Rush DavidEickcr John B. Smith _, Philip Group Amy Wierman Phe.be Gricst Burkhart Warner Peter Grist, 2 Gen. Sam'l _While,2 Rebecca Griest Samuel Zeigler HERMAN _WIEUJITAN!*. M. Jnly 5, 1831 . 41—-13_^ "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

£ ANCASTER, July Reform.—A murder _waa committed in the street, in this cil_^, n few weeks ngo, by a "mason, of which no notice was taken by. _thq city authorities for nearly a -month, and not until it was well known that the'perpetrator hudtn_^_dn shipping and left thoxonntry.— On V_^djies_^iy last, a gentleman, who is nn _jt/tfi: _-*na«oa,-'waa.JHitng"a-very wild _horao along trib street, nt rather a rapid gait, for which offence he very shortly after received a summons from las . masonic honor, to appeaF-Hiul pay his (inc. So mucb for tho impartiality . . of masonic magistrates. We, however,.take _ilto be the commencement of ! a now _fenirso of conduct in our worthy arid intelligent police.—Herald. ¦

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

INFORMATION WANTED* _^ _W_^HE _pubscxiber _ia deair'_oua of acquiring - ¦ ¦ information of her daughter Mary Anna who she supposes came to thiff country from Germany ,about7or 8 years ago. If the said Mary Anna is any where in the United States this is to inform her that the subscribe], her mother, is a resident of Frederick-town, Maryland, and longs to see her. ./' 0_$r Editors in every par/of the Union will confer a favor by giving this notice an insertion. C1UST1ANA KREME. July 5, 1831. 4t—13

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

>_r It is statod tluit the debt dug from Mr. Livingston to tho United States, _haS been liquidated by a transfer made to tho governmentj of fifty-seven _lots_owned by Mr. jL. on the liatturc at New Orleans. And it is also alleged that the said lots had, previously to tho transfer, been mortgiujed to such extent that the United States realized a very small sum for tho sale. There is probably a goodly portion of masonio "wunderwerkyngo" connected with tho transaction. In such dealings it soinetime.s happens that "David und Jonathan tyow-tho matter, while the lad knows nothing!" Lancaster Exainincr. _^

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

MURDER OF T1IK NV.WY FAMILY. U*_Tho Frodericlaown Herald of Saturday last snya—A man nmnnil ( 'lirinlian b'riplingcr has tonn B_^_ipretioiided_, und, alVor an _nuaminntiun on Thursday rast.boforo M. _IJaHwill, _Ksq. committed to pri_«on on Iho suspicion that'ho w_^_s _concernpil with Mmklcy in tho miird_^oftho Nowey fmnily. Wo <lc<-rine Htatiiifr fho rumorH _ullout; butw_^Hld hope that _rhoso vy-ho huvo a kijqwledgo of any ol Iho _rireiimstan.-ps whielr _haro _horjn publicly named, will utt'md in Frederick oi_^Saturday noxt when u further crxamination will take place.

Publication Title: Star
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

Pennsylvania Telegraph rho holdora of subscription papers for the Pennsylvania Telegraph, (except in Lancaster county,) are requested to forward tho namc3 of the patrons received, to the subscviter, at Harrisbuvg,Pn. as soon a« possible, to meet tho arrangements now making lor the immediate issue of the paper." ¦ •" ¦¦ TBlSQ.PB . N N-y.-,.hriy.r i;l?*ru ' _N (-I " : ; 41—13 y_^ //¦ • _¦ ¦ ¦ . . " ¦ ¦ _¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ _' ' ¦ .•

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

A nnw _AntKitfasonic papor, exiled Jrhe _Rfato Journal, bus..beenji_^_comniouced ut Monfpelier_, the Scat of Government of Vermont. ¦"*"¦ '*" ""'" . ¦ _x_, A Sins.—Jctlerrfon Lodge No. fit, has .surrendered up its charter to tho Grand Lodgo of New York, thereby acknowledging ltbelf unable to resist tho current of op» _portion to tho hand-maid.-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

• From the Philadelphia Sun. ' . - ' • . ' " The leading Statesmen oftWe U. _Slaloa arc coining tbrwardl to _tlcfiitid the rights of the fltjpplc _jigaiost tlio _Princes and MuslPrs .;- ' -:-w- _-; _^. .a-- :. . - /.. ¦ - ,• - '_" _-¦. of the lodges. We would be glad to havo a public _cvpressloii oTaTew inoro of them—for-instance? of fho Hou .-John Q. Adams, James _Monuok, and Jamms Atadi.son. Tlio Hentimctits on whatever sido they may bnof tho Hon. I)ANiEVWKi!STi:n, John C. f. ai>- _HniiT _* , Hexry Ci.ay, Jptis-McLKA?r, nnd others should hn beforo tho _i»_cf_>j>lo. It i*;v tinio when every man should tulvo sides. H tlwy do not nnw thoy s|*e««ily must. Anlimn.soury in widening its w.'ty into now States and like Virpil's account of Fame, " it £_:_imn liew stt'onnlh and vigor as it goes." It is a revolution of public opinion, and is the people's work. It is tho act of frnommi driving out from tliPj sac rod temple oflibnrty the buyers nnd sellers of our poli...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

"OUR GOVERNMENT."—Following tho "Correspondence," in this wcok'n Star, is un urticlo hciuiud "Our C.ovormncnt." It is well worth an attentive perusal.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Star — 5 July 1831

At Franklin _ftirnanco, in Franklin county, on Tuesday tho 2lBt ult. a Mr. _George Rife. wider was run ovor by an oro wagon und killod.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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