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THE KRCXSS. "Z ■ —*- —»• ■ [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 February 1817

THE KRCXSS. "Z ■ — *- —»• ■ MERCY. " IT ULUS MINI. To crown creation's mighty plan, The almighty mandate thunder'd forth, “Lft procreant earth produce a man!” And ‘straight the creature sprang to t birth. I ■‘ " i Health, strength and teauty cloth’d his frame, ; He mov'd with majesty and grace; A bright, a pure angelic flame. Illum’d each feature of his face. Upon his brow sat calm repose; His eyes with love and mildness shone; ; 'Till a grim band of imps arose, And mark’d the viclimicr tneir own, There Hate, in livid hues pourtray'd, The gnashing teeth, the blood-shot eyes There curst Ingratitude display'd The foulest blot, the blackest eye. And Avarice, ambitions too ■ To plant her odious image there— Cast o'er his cheeks a sallow hue, ; And wrinkled marks of worldly care, v _ I Ip wrath tb* eternal view'd the stain Which marr'd the offspring of his word, Spum'd the weak wretch- with high disJ dain, ■ And bade stern lattice tiff the sword. But Mercy, Heaven’s loveliest child, Impl...

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»XO3B TIK AMlfe XAU.T **▼»»»! LIQUORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 February 1817

»XO3B TIK AMlfe XAU.T **▼»»»! LIQUORS. May the ruler* detin, and the fiee/it give ear!' —Calculations -with respect to the quantity of qrdfnt spirits Consumed n this country, extracted from the Pane plist (an eastern paper) for March, 1813. ■ “The enormous consumption of ardent spirits in this country involves an ncredible waste of property. When the marshals tpok the census in 1810, they were directed to collect and return to the secretary's office the amount of all domestic manufactures,of any considerable importance, in the United States. From these returns it appears, that no less than 35,499,383, gaUen* gf ardent t/iirit*, were distilled that year, of which were exported 133,833 gallons leaving 35,365,559 gallons to be consumed at home. The same year about 8,000,000 gallons of rum and other foreign distillled liquors were imported to this country, which being added to the above 35,365,539, produces an amount of 33,365,539 gallons, for our heme consumption in a single year! What...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 February 1817

mrnrnm gains! JBi 0 A. The whole or any put of the. proper r lately advertised by net will be offered publick, if not sold at private sale, onetime in March.—Term* one fourth, i hand, the balance in three years, on living satisfactory secnrityBF.NJ : H. CANBY. Leesburg, Jan. SO, 1817.—t.f. VIRGINIA to wit: At Ruies holden in the clerk's office of the superior court of chancery for the Winchester district, the first ntonday in December, 1816. John Boothe Plaintiff agaiut Eleanor Stump and others Defendants The defendants Henry Jackson and Elizabeth his wife, Robert Boothe Stump, Jacob Hibbs and Jane his wife, Zachariah Hurley and Sally his wife, John Murphey and Nancy his wife, Jacob Tonkin and Eleanor bis wife, James Chambers, John Made fen and Polly his wife, John! Morehead and Sarah his wife, Frederick Roof and Kebekah his wife, Robert Chambers, John Grant and Violett his Wife, William Chambers, Nancy Chambers, John Chambers, and Isaac. Hibbs and Kizzy his wife, not having entered...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 February 1817

THOMAS Si.f: Take notice that on March next) at the house as a tavern by Solomon Sparrow, town of Queen Ann, In the «M Prince George and state of Mary] between the Hours of nine o'clock i morning and six o’clock in the evt of that day, I shall-take the deposition William B. Mullikln, which deposit when taken will berciul as evidence the triallof the suite depending in superior court of law of Loudoun cou in which you are plaintiffs and 1 am< fendant. JOHN ROSE, Execi of Susannah Chilton, dec’i January 20. [4w. | Public Salt . The subscriber intending to rent to the western country, will sell at p lie sale, on Friday the 31 st day of Mi next (if fair, if not the following lain! several HOUSES AND LOTS in town of Hillsborough and 34 £ acres land near the same'place, on which) good distillery and a dwelling house Nine months credit will be allowed the purchaser on his giving bond < approved security. For further part lars enquire of the subscriber livm bout three ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 February 1817

mriSF v f w-W X i IXV BiICX "X. fiuarEP BY C. rt- SAUNQERS, (FOR SAMUEL B. T. CALD WELU) USES BURG, Va. AT TWO DOLLS PER ANNUM-IN ADVANCE., VOL. 11 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY It, 18IT. [No. 6

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EASTERN MAGNIFICENCE. FROM THE BOSTON INTEL. OF JAN. 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 February 1817

EASTERN MAGNIFICENCE. FROM THE BOSTON INTEL. OF JAN. 11. • Cleofiatra • barge.— The elegant equipment of thia vessel by Mr, Crowr.in* shield for a voyage of pleasure, as it il an entire novelty in thia country, has excited universal curiosity and admiration. Whilst she was laying at the wharf in Salem, we have heard she attracted com* pany from various surrounding places to view so perfect a specimen of nautical architecture and sumptuous accommoda tion. Eighteen hundred ladies, it is as serted, visited her in the course of one day. Cleopatra’s barge measures about 200 tons, and is modelled after one of the swiftest sailing ships which was ever driven by the wind Being introduced on board, you descend into a magnificent saloon about 30 feet long and 19 feet broad finished on all side-, with mahogany, inlaid with other ornamental wood The settees of the saloon are of splendid the backs aie -shaped like the ancient lyre, and the seats are covered with crimson silk velvet, bordered wit...

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From the Catakill Recorder. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 February 1817

From the Catakill Recorder. Desultory fact* and observation*.—The advance our country has made and is daily making in the science of economy, and the products of resources of our soil that are constantly developing, are facts interesting to every American. “For several years after the close of the revolutionary war, in 1789, (says Niles, vbl 9) Cotton was imported into each of the U States, as a return cargo from the West Indies, and other foreign countries In the year after the closesf the war in ISIS, a space of thirty-two yeirs—we shall exfitrt and consume not less than from 90 to 100 millions of pounds of cotton of domestic growth worth from 3S to 30 millions of dollars. Sugar, as well as cotton, it is believed will at no very distant period, become (as it is at present of Louisiana) a staple commodity of the southern states. In Georgia, the culture of the sugar cane, is established beyond a doubt. A Charleston paper states, that satis factory experiments have proved, that South...

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HALIFAX, DSC. DESCRIPTION OF A FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 February 1817

HALIFAX, DSC. DESCRIPTION OF A FIRE. Here you see every man at work like? hero—some dragging about empty engines—others scampering with full buckets, and spilling the contents into the boots of their neighbors, and others ringing the church bells all night by way of putting out the fire. Little fire men, like sturdy little kßights, storming a breach, clambering up and down scaling ladders, and bawling through Jin trumpets, by way of directing the attack— Here one busy fellow in his great zeal to save the property of the unfortunate, catches up an anonymous chamber utensil, and gallants it off with an air of as much importance, as if he had rescued a pot of money—another throws lookingglasses and china ware out of the window to save them from the flames, whiie those who can do nothing else, to assist at the great calamity run up and down the streets with open throats, keeping up an incessant cry of firel fire! fire!

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f/PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. Vote* the elector* given Dec. 3, 1816. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 February 1817

f/ PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. Vote* the elector* given Dec. 3, 1816. \\ , ii \ £ .o.g \ c M g g. - o .5 o £ 2 td Ho Massachusetts 0 23 0 22 New-York 29 0 39 o Rhode Island 4 0 4 o Connecticut 0 9 0 9 New-Hampshire 8 0 8_ O Pennsylvania 2s 0 25 o Virginia 2s 0 25 O Maryland 8 0 8 0 New Jersey 8 0 8 o South Carolina It 0 11 0 Vermont 8 0 8 0 North Carolina 15 0 15 O Ohio 8 0 8 0 Kentucky 12 0 13 O Tennessee 8 0 8 0 Georgia 8 0 8 0 Indiana 3 0 3 0 Louisiana So 3 0 \lB3 31 183 31 We have not 'heard how the state of; Pelaware voted. —{Hitkmond £nq. /•

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 February 1817

CONDITIONS. HE Gbviub or Lh?ktt will be ished once a week on good medium sr.at TWO DOLLARS per annum, able in advance, or TWO DOLRS and FIFTY CENTS, if not paid re the expiration of the year. No :r will be discontinued until arrear are paid, except at the discretion ,e editor. dvertisemkmts will be inserted in ntpicuous manner, at one dollar per ire for the three first insertions, and ty.five cents for each additional inser« . Those who send in their advertise* ts. will please to mention how often wish them inserted, otherwise they be continued until forbid, and chargccordingly. Ml communications and letters on ness must be—POST PAID. arrival and departure of the mails, at id from the post-office, Leesburg , Va. {ails for Washington City, Alexani, Richmond. North and South Caro* , and Georgia, will be closed every urday by 10 o’clock. A. M and will ve every Tuesday by 3 o’clock, P. M 'or Waterford. Hillsboro’, Charles wn, Martinsburg he wilt be closed ry Tuesday by I o’clock, P. M. ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 February 1817

Cob belt’s Register . HAVING become agent for Gobbett’s American Register. the subscriber will receive and transmit money to Cobbett and Oldfield, publishers of the above work, New York for any gentleman who wish to become subscribers. Persons wishing to avail themselves of this work are informed that the first volume is out accompanied with an elegant likeness of the author—price six dollars unbound, exclusive of postage. Any number may be had from one to a whole volume, at twenty five cents a piece. SAMUEL B. T. CALDWELL. Leesburg, February 11. - Wanted to hire An honest and industrious negro wo man. that understands house-keeping! For such a one good wages will be given. For particulars enquire of the ed - itor of this paper, or apply to THOMAS OSBURN. Feb.lUk.lBir.

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STATE OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 February 1817

STATE OF ENGLAND. Part nf a letter from an jlmerican gentleman now in England , to hie friend in Savannah , (Georgia.) “England with all her fancied great* ness; flushed with her victory at Vi ater lo; was never in so distressed a state; a pampered crew are feasting on the vi tals of the people; whose blood they have been sucking until the last drop is likely to create such a convulsive struggle, as will make the myrmidons about the throne; the minions of a depreciated gov eminent, tremble for their fate The people; I say the people are becoming clamorous; they have been encreased to outrages; they see the wickedness, not follies, of their rules; they find their purses are drained to supply funds for pensions; and sinecures, to support a standing army in France to keep or pro tect on the throne of that kingdom, an over fed pensioner of England, weak and priest ridden; and to minister to unparalleled extravagance of the royal family. They find themselves oppressed with taxes.—More th...

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GENIUS OF LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 February 1817

GENIUS OF LIBERTY. LEBSBURG , VIB GIJV lA, Tuesday, February 18. Inapaper printed at Shepherd’s Town, by John JV. Snider , ycleped the American Eagle, we have seen the petty effusions of some of those “hair brained politicians,” to whom, in our editorial address, we reserved the liberty of replying; but our paper being ready for press, and not feeling at present in a mood to stoop to the low billingsgate of the writer, w« must postpone a reply to the miraculous jargon of this editorial scribbler to a -‘more convenient season;” and when we have an idle hour, we will, in imagination at least, raise the poor grovelling wretch to the dignity of a man. and for a moment address him as one possessing common understanding. He has, assassin tike, attempted to stab in the dark by not sending the effusions of his lunacy to the editor of this paper; but we have caught him, and will present him naked to the world. London dates have been received at New York to the 21st December. The following is...

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•OMESTIC MANUFACTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 February 1817

•OMESTIC MANUFACTURES. Much interest, at this time, seems to taken in favor of encouraging our own] anufactures, instead of those of a forgn nation. The American society for e encouragement of domestic manu ctures have recently he d a meeting at ew-York, at which one of the most pa iolic addresses was reported, that we collect ever to have seen. It was pen. ;d by esq. that city, in the most oquent and logical manner the necessiof becoming a manufacturing people order to secure our independence—he'' as shown, beyond the possibility of oubt, that England owes her present ammercial greatness to the encourage tent of her manufactures, and that to ecome a truly commercial people, a niton must first become a manufacturing eople—lie has rendered the arguments rged against manufactures, a mere baseless fabric of a vision; not a wreck i left behind.” '1 hat they ought to reeive the fostering hand of government i self-evident to every man of common enetratioh, especially when just emergtg int...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 February 1817

/ HYMEATIAL HKGISTEH. \. Married on Thursday last, by the rev lohn Littlejohn Mr. John B. Findlay, to Miss Findley. On the same evening by the same, Mr ' amuel A.l illett, toMiss Jane Tillbtt. On the same eve ning by the rev Mr. Willis, Mr. Nelson Hutchinson to >liss Lydia Burson, all of this county V - < Sanford Edmonds, Cabinet Maker , Respectfully informs his friends and the public in general, that he has opened a CABINET SHOP, in the house formerly occupied by John Morgan as a store- and opposite the store of William Paxson, jr. wheie he intends to carry on the business in all its various branches. He has on hand a complete assortment of good materials, also good workmen, who are able to manufacture it in a proper manner. Any person wishing furniture, by applying to him, shall be accommodated on the shortest notice. Waterford , Feb, IS — [tf. Brandy for Sale. THE subscriber has for sale 300 gal* lons apple, and 3 barrels of excellent peach brandy, of the fi...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 February 1817

sK <P R 0 PO RA LS y 1 ’ B? SAMUEL B T. CALDWELL, Leesburg, Va. * For publishing by subscription, a second. - edition of the 1 MEM (HRS OF e WILLIAM SAMPSON • . /Including particulars of his adventures i in various parts of Europe; his con- ' finement in the dungeons of tlu. inquisition in Lisbon, &c. ‘ SEVERAL ORIGINAL LETTERS: . Being his correspondence with the min- ) isters of state in Great Britain and Portugal; A short sketch of the | HISTORY OF IRLAJYD, ’ particularly as it respects the spirit of British domination in that country, and a few observations on the state of manners &c. in America. HAVING obtained leave of the author j to publish an edition of the above work, ■ the editor with confidence appeals to - the public for patronage and support in the undertaking; being fully assured that a work of such intrinsic value will not be permitted any longer to slumber in the arms of obscurity. One limited edition only has been published, which...

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THE RECESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 February 1817

THE RECESS. ' CFrom “ Essay* of Moral* Id Manner*.) BV JANE TAYLOR. ACCOMPLISHMENT. How is it that masters, and science, and art, One spark of intelligence fail to impart, Unless in that chemical union combin’d, Of which the result, in one word, is a mind? A youth may have studied and travelled abroad, May sing like J/iollo, and paint like a Claude, And speak all the languages under the Pole, And have every gift in the world but a soul. That drapery wrought by the leisurely fair. Call’d fiatc/i work, may well to such genius compare, Wherein every lint of the rainbow appears, And stars to adorn -it are forc’d from their spheres. There glows a bright pattern, (a sprig or a spot,) ’Twixt clusters of roses full blown and red hot; ■Here magnified tulips divided in threes, Alternately shaded with sections of trees. But when all is finish’d, this labor of years, A mass un harmonious unmeaning appears; ’Tis showy, but void of intelligent grace; It is not a landscape, it is not a face. ’Tis ...

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