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Star And Adams County Republican Banner, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1832, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania CE OF THE STAR, STJREKT, A FEW or MR. Foituv's T DOORS I! ADVERTISEMENTS icuuusly inserted FOUR times for ONE four per Bquare will be charged. THE STAR, AJil> Countg ftrjmbliran per payable half-yearly in advance. No scriptions 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. DL'CJT AMOR 1'A'j'ftLE JPRODh'SSE "THE LOVE OF MY v LEADS ME TO zr. OF ADVANTAGE TO MY At per auutMiM, 4 'yearly J H'ith san-etest fi'uferf evric.'i'd from carious gardens cuil'd iritft care." ev fAKK EEXJAMI.V, It is a pure and blessed The sKy hangs beautiuil and Above the rocks that to-.ver Alons: you
composed ot in e Counties of Da of a to-aay, one more merci- i milted to prison to await her trial. Tiie in- i lul than his told mo there was no was fouild bv the ]ad with whom i hope. In a tew hours the hat goes forth. arjRe under a chair cushion bv the and am faugh; that utter ruin uill be the result. For I Alicia, bred in afiluenco. the child of luxury and in- which it had been suubcuted. Mr. Stanlev, the Secretarv for Ireland.! 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 hishly responsible station and lono-been Governor Findlay, (who sue known as one of the ablest civiliansr most Gov- m 1S17'> and was A late Xew Orleans paper pas-] half a mile. i The Sonih Carolina Conference of held till the summer of 1819. In 1621. he removed to the caster. In the spring of he was ap- TJS-hOUO. and that the increase since 1S31 i the Presidency, he has made one of the A-' b-v Gov- Shulze Attorney Generaf had been at the rate-of about thiiteen and an merican cabinet as Attornev Genera! of the' ofl and iielo the office till he sjnotc his and i on board of a steamboat which passed trembled with tne excels ot his emotion. Shipnin-sport. said that it would have bicn "Do not despair wnile even a shado-.v trust for hope A flush of the deepest crimson overspread countenance of .Morton, then, he himself x: directed my to it, as he exclaimed bitterly: "Do YOU not see how inv imn.uenl iw ifl Y JOil 'It HJi. pnderusnestoarms, when a hicncl wouid slaves as were liberated without; nitcd States. this period has been of ls- J- are thus moved, what must be her suiier-' and nerfrcted that Astern of police l- .He periods of his life, has raided the nation to the "cehned the office Secretary of e.i pitch of has filled itsj wealth j and twice that of Judge 01 the Supreme Court of Anti-Masorrrj werff national calleil forth fhe la-'. resources of the country and brought-- on admitted into con- vigorous exercise the slnirjiK-rinir ener-'. rp. ltle means by the liberator j j I j iemn and minted the voice of enter- dous enables its votaries The comet has already been seen at' ilization'cven with she nidenossj ?et lhe lavrs at defiance. In our own J i I !CIO thG :3d m'tant'! the vcar on ductions-elevating bv the puritr and lof-1 a candidate Governor. This force ST sevorely Gov. day the'l4th instant. tineas of the conception and he rhetoric- IS de the Jackson MH- ot our appmicii to t.ie young and hcait-1 U pardoning a certain John M'Lauijh- f It is and on her at once eagerly sou husband. F.ii r and ijcatif'il f he Maliome- dan houri, there a cast of thought upon her fair face, thrit pictured to the heart iiio deprecating of the recording angel when noting down the trcsspasscs of mun her was homely, even to wretchedness, but what had dress availed to such a face wicl form? 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 kucc, plump and rosy, uncon- of present troubles, airl thoughtless of thotc tocotnn. Never dui I how .sc Irnv SPAPFRf and sentenced to fine and imprisonment. George Ki-enier" means to vote, dead or alive, for the Hon. William Wilkins as Vice- conceptio pleasing by the beauty, harmony and efe- sonic T> 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 28th 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 phrnse Is a subject rather for comedy than tragedy. The Bcllofont Patriot, of the first infant, Ifrccs, and to prevent breaches from being says: A person was taken, and lias committed to the jail of this county, on a gunce of the periods; and innstering 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, per- hnps, second to no one. His life; of Patrick together with his Old Bachelor and British Spy have done as much, with- out doubt, to elevate and establish the lit- eratura 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 inacie by the waters, i he same paper rulvi- 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 Ksow that nia will elect an Anti-Masonic governor At the coming election, unless snmg extraor- dinary etforts 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 cable-tow will be given to Wolf. Event then the of Masonry will be de- feated, Wirt, Ellnwkcrdt Ritner will all before Fret: Press, Those who most readily find a God 'SPAPERJ
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