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Star And Adams County Republican Banner, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1832, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania CE OF THE STAR A FEW or MR T DOORS ADVERTISEMENTS inserted FOUR times for ONE four per will be charged THE STAR per payable half-yearly in advance No taken for than six none discontinued until all artf paid A failure to notify a discontinuance will be considered a new engagement the paper forwarded accordingly AMOR THE LOVE OF MY v LEADS ME TO zr OF ADVANTAGE TO MY At per 4 yearly J from carious gardens care ev It is a pure and blessed The sKy hangs and Above the rocks that you grey and Seem altars which hi ages gone Mankind hath their incense on And these boundless fields I before a titled beauty on a first meeting as J i did before the wite of trance Charles had thrown himself upon a chair and with his buried in his hands sobbed aloud Alicia was beside her M arms encircled his her lips found and were in ed his brow I the Tiie if irust not At length Morton his head and his in the en mountains eye fell un me as I stoov in the cent e 01 iiio apartment to hini he rows are enough why should spread gubernatorial contest have their pestilence approached now a daily We are told that in the fulness of their the contrast which it exhibits to that of Jas dulity some of the oldest inhabitants have themselves up in their dwellings in Mr ELLMAKER our candidate for Vice hourly expectance of his unwelcome President is jot so and The of Massachusetts are which has been sent on a of known He is however in his native desolation j State and iu the nation very far from being obscure or undistinguished He is vet in aa own to take bold ground in politic ibr the contest The Journal at Boston which is To give one holy look of love And think that what is brightness here Would in light of his own sphere Around one vast and shrine All things of nature While pure and divine is waited And bower and stream and dim In gladness pour their morning For earth through all her is With Sabbath j aie a Pleased with the rapidity contest by resigning as North America in the United States ot the motion and the emphatic accents of and thus there all meu in the Jus lather tlie import of which iie the issue will be more doubtful i A was recently de- prompt and decided in action He i man of deep and penetrating dy and discriminating in his conceptions and 11 f She had not shed a tear her bosom j I heaved wildly and her cheek was Another newspaper is about 1 pale but still she sputa with fearful to be established at was lined four hundred dollars Another unfortunate occurrence may be by the magnitude of the duty to be ed In his feelings he is generous tic and independent In his person he a iffy HE Well encountered m u I every thing to each other sting will to fail in business three barrels of So far as we have been able to ascertain the -T b- of Turpentine in a pond of i wound is considered verv dangerous mine indeed a happy At this moment a quick step was heard his neighbors learning the circumstance j f p I I i jj o Morton as after a hearty shake he tlie door yielded to the contrived to bore holes m the casks that j withdrew his hand trora mine and he j surc of a heavy a smile of honest turpentine and when it ed the question in such an accent ot bitter lodged in his breast station at our remarks may not seem to be ex- and to have been made at dom we subjoin the following brief sketch 1 t t- I 1 that I involuntarily pau to look on him There were still the fine eye aquiline nose and I heard no more A wild dishonest oil men lofty brow which had won lor him m his burst from the lips of Charles and he i youth the appellation of the handsome cd the senseless form of his wife to his Six hundred and thirty-one dollars and but care had paled his and at- j with frightful violence cents were presented to the fire de- ter 1 had gazed at him for a moment I T most imagined that it had bowed his tall and figure a tair motioned my I uttered painfully you are approach For a moment I looked and orphans of firemen ill 1 es my replied Morton with j at the loftly brow kissed at mournful earnestness I am indeed j by a superb snow-white plume at the raven j Mr Chester the Attorney for the wluch knows no j hair hanging in glossy and luxuriant aries has proceeded to Georgia with a copy at the eyes gleaming j of the record and judgment in the Supreme He j brightness but in the next instant aj Court expecting to arrive before the 01 lear in them I was in doubt i ment of the Court bv wh On the 1st inst in a trap which had been ot his public life which has politely had set in Sherburne Mass for a supposed us by a gentleman in ho is intimately acquainted with maker and who has the means of knowing if j pounds Xo animal of that kind has been killed in Sherburne for fifty years In Connecticut the number of permanent who is now 71 vears of is the surviving member of I asked the cause of his felt that the question was one not curiosity and he told me of his like tion of that was not degraded whom the no was Alicia and as I extended ries were tried and sentenced In the re- JJ hand her boy twined his little fingers marks of the Chief Justice and around mine and I drew my hat over my j Lean it was intimated that on the strict en- unfortunate he der Hamilton in the Department Pride is as loud a beggar as and a great deal more be correct Some other accounts of public services have embraced slight curacies AMOS ELLMAKER the for the office of Vice-President of the United States was born in Lancaster County Pennsylvania in 1787 He finished his education at Princeton College in and graduated in 1805 JUS Dim 3 He was an orphan dependent on a rich eyes to conceal my weakness and parsimonious relative On ing col- 1 TO THE or lege he had induced the daughter of a j that several ears Mrs Rovall has taken sides with Georgia forcemeat of the decision might depend the question of the Cou it's ever INFERIOR TO LAST PREFERABLE TO AIL Having studied law for one year in caster attended the of Reeve and Mr Goold in for one year and on his return studied oner year in Harrisburg he in 1808 ced the practice of law at Harrisburg He was a member of the House of R of during wealthy baronet to elope with him and her I some foreigners meditated stealing th sented the acti Morton's and against the The the Baltimore Convention it father had resented the action even to his i remains of Washington and that is therefore all over with the Missionaries i frequently predicted by our opponents that death hour Morton s uncle with tiie j jn the employment of the late Judge we should be unable to obtain candidates for annuity and dispute the will of the lady's bushes oa the Bank of the Potomac father have done concluded Morton in hollow tone I have become the victim j of a Alicia and my boy are the i savs sacrifices of my till j day I madly clung to w ild and morning on a charge are proclaimed bv the enough to satisfy tne raving fancy j Infanticide and after an com- I In the volunteers and militia at more in the capacity of aid of ter he was elected a member of President I by the of Lebanon and i Lancaster nation as r confidence the before the ot the taking his seat as a 5 j d he was appointed by Goven promoting of pure I arc the nation as the of the Judici j whose preponderance will have power to of the candidates of our party for composed ot in e Counties of Da of a one more i to prison to await her trial Tiie in- i lul than his told mo there was no was fouild bv the with whom i hope In a tew hours the hat goes forth under a chair cushion bv the and am faugh that utter ruin uill be the result For I Alicia bred in the child of luxury and in- which it had been Mr the for accomplished statesman and most elegant lately stated in Parliament that in the scholars of the country For twelve i total population of the Emerald Isle was i with Mr Monroe's elevation to responsible station and Governor Findlay who sue known as one of the ablest most m and was A late Xew Orleans paper half a mile i The Carolina Conference of held till the summer of 1819 In 1621 he removed to the caster In the spring of he was and that the increase since i the Presidency he has made one of the A- b-v Shulze Attorney had been at the about and an merican cabinet as of the and the office till he his and i on board of a steamboat which passed trembled with tne excels ot his emotion said that it would have Do not despair wnile even a trust for hope A flush of the deepest crimson overspread countenance of Morton then he himself directed my to it as he exclaimed Do YOU not see how inv iw ifl Y JOil It HJi when a slaves as were liberated without States this period has been of are thus moved what must be her and that Astern of police l- He periods of his life has raided the nation to the the office Secretary of pitch of has filled wealth j and twice that of Judge 01 the Supreme Court of werff national forth fhe resources of the country and on admitted into con- vigorous exercise the rp ltle means by the liberator j j I j and minted the voice of dous enables its votaries The comet has already been seen at with she at defiance In our own J i I I V 1 1 f II ll L i t OO for their stricken from Gibraltar A letter received in London and of life Mr mavl They IT 1 1 1 1 i I 14 I and am he held me bacK a moment vote I I and the memory his against it Consequently all things j m i i 1 II I J i 3 A V ly cast a considerable portion of the tail of he the fathers of this system J tne sceptre is about departing liting j the comet was viable to the inhabitants of i identified with it rora the various schemed self was but As a jurist he ranks the first by the fraternity to divide the be noi so I the and the age advocate Rlf A of a the celestial i scarcely a rival His eloquence is I which has assumed the high j of the most impassioned chaste and National the ful by the force of Masons and jacks t rot fi f President of the United States completed and the clearness of the de- a M thG the on bv the and a candidate Governor This force ST Gov day instant of the conception and he IS de the Jackson ot our to young and U pardoning a certain John f It is and on her at once eagerly sou husband r and f he dan houri there a cast of thought upon her fair face pictured to the heart iiio deprecating of the recording angel when noting down the of mun her was homely even to wretchedness but what had dress availed to such a face The long braids of raven hair that pressed her forehead were lost beneath a close cap of tho purest white her chiM played at her plump and rosy of present troubles airl thoughtless of Never dui I how sc and sentenced to fine and imprisonment George means to vote dead or alive for the Hon William Wilkins as Vice- pleasing by the beauty harmony and sonic 11 T y Royal hw a play on the anvil to be President This will be sad news for the the it will soon be ready Globe The New Orleans Bee of fhe ult says that all the smaller tributaries of the Mississippi in the upper part of Louisiana have overflowed their banks the have turned out all their force to secure the for the stage If Mrs Royal has made tho late Cabinet her theme we think she has found a prolific to borrow a Is a subject rather for comedy than tragedy The Patriot of the first infant and to prevent breaches from being A person was taken and lias committed to the jail of this county on a gunce of the periods and by a singular concentration of all striking characteristics which convict delight and lead captive the judgment nnd imagination of the auditor As a scholarT he is second to no one His life of Patrick together with his Old Bachelor and British Spy have done as much out doubt to elevate and establish the of this country as any other works Some parts indeed of the latter arc hardly surpassed by any thing in the language Of of killing a man oi m by the waters i he same paper such a candidate any party might he proud the inhabitants of tho bank of the liver when iri connexion with such t a look to tho that nia will elect an governor At the coming election unless dinary on their part are made the nationals their friends in needy will nominate a candidate for Governor who they expect will receive the votes of many who would otherwise yofo for Ritner while the rotes of those within the influence of the will be given to Wolf Event then the of Masonry will be de- Wirt Ritner will all before Press Those who most readily find a God
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