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

Oak-Land Farm jpr Sale. THIS farm is situated on the main road leading from Hay-Market to Fred cricksburg and is twenty two miles from the letter place, containing 750 Acres; there is a good reserve of Woodland, (spy 200 acres) and several never failing springs, with branches running through the land to produce Water for stock. The soil in its original state was very good, but some part of it has been rather hard pushed; however from a small trial that has been made it is found to be well adapted to clover and plaister, takes manure kindly and holds a good coat—twenty years cultivated in corn and wheat alternately and the third year in pasture, whichaffords no rest. 1 have engaged the fly-proof wheat for seeding from a gentleman of veracity, who will deliver pure grain, and as it is desirable that the purchaser of the land should take with it the growing crop of corn Sc seed wheat, both of which shall be had at a reasonable price, he can go to seeding by the middle of September and ...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 November 1817

. Valuable Landed Proper r Mr sale THE following portion* of the of the late colonel Thomas L. L Coton: Ist* The MILX-LOT comprii Fifty* One Acre and a fraction, of which about 39 li tha lower or southern side of Goose and the remainder on the upper *i This is a fine property. ' The mill t at the mouth of Goose crcek, the. | of water abundant, and the country is a great wheat country. Produc be brought to the mill in boats with ease, and flour taken from it to Ci Town for fifty cents per barrel, town-of Leesburg is 3or * miles it. 3d. A LOT of LAND adjoinir above, containing about 360 Acres, it is bounded in part by Goose crei the Potomack ,is of a good soil an suited to t(ie'improved system of ing. It contains from 60 to 80 ae rich bottom. 3d. A LOT containing about 208 Acres, lying on the east tide of the Alexi road by Mr. 1 Havener's shop and a ing the land of Ludwell Lee, Esq. 4th. Two lots nearly opposite to Lee’s house one containing 170 aa other 135 acres. The Leesburg and Ge...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 November 1817

For Sale, A TRACT OF lAm , Containing by survey acres, situ* ate at the twenty-seventh mile stone. Little River turnpike, Loudoun county, y.av This tract exclusive of about twenty acres, is covered .with heavy and sub* ytantial timber, which with its vicinity to tjie markets of the district, and the growing Scarcity of timber, particularly in the adjacent neighborhood, render it extremely valuable. The land, general* ly, is of a very good quality. With good security, the terms will be made easy, to suit the purchaser. Fur ther information may be obtained by application to the subscriber, living in Leesburg, or to the editor of this paper. WILLIAM H. LANE. October 21.—[tf. PUBLIC SALE. WIZZ be sold on Monday the 17th' day of next month, all 'my land laying in Zoudoun county', (Va.) containing, upwards of Four Hundred Acres of excellent farming lands, nearly all of which is adjoining Zeesburg, (the counity town.) AZSO, An elegant Brick House in Zeesburg, calculated for any kind of pub...

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

Loudoun Land for i On the 95th day of <Nq« if not, the first fair day) l”, sale, on the premises, a tr ing in that rich valley of the Ketoctcn and Blue and near my mill, containing One hundred $ about one half is cleared k un lion, the balance heavily tin _ natural soil of this land is «quaw in the county, and on no lanaha, J a more powerful effect, by g M the clover system it hat been ) and is in a productive state, hi watered by springs which wq.l know nto fail in the driest sea 1 improvements arc a large nient Frame Dwelling; with a cellar under the whok, rooms below and two above, this ceiled and plaistered, and wcUq ed to accommodate a large t(4| family, a beautiful garden adj house, and a never failing ap water in it— l he other trap are a new log barn, kc. an ard of fruit equal to any in tb Vuginia, together with peaches,'] cherries, kc. This valnabls J land is situated within 40 milci o/| andria, and 1 mile from the ps«e4| leading to that place. It is wit a mile o...

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

\m GENIUS OF MBERTY L . ' „>■ ...... * I ' II —*■— - -‘ * - . ’-■ - * - e : CJbLISHED BY SAMUEL B.T. CALDWELL, LEESBURG, Va. PROMULGATOR OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. ■l. I ] TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1817. [No. 46.

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VqKDITIO KS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 November 1817

VqKDITIO KS. ■genius or Liberty will be H once a week on good medium ■ i WO DOLLARS per annum, ■ n advance, or TWO DDL- ■ ||f , CENTS, if not paid ■ ht . expiration of the year. No ■l!U* discontinued until arrear- ■ paid, except at the discretion Hitor. ■atisBMENTS will be inserted in ■cuous manner, at one dollar per ■ r the three first insertions, and for each additional inserBj, osc who send in their adv.rtiseB,i!l please to mention how often inserted, otherwise they ■onlinued until forbid, and charyHdingly-. and letters nn M m u,l be—POST PAW.

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Doctor Franklin. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 November 1817

Doctor Franklin. The departure of a line of battle chip called the Franklin to carry a Minister Plenipotentiary from the United States of America to Great.Britain, is an event calculated to fill the mind with precious reflections. A poor printer, the son of a tallow chandler, who, forty years ago. was. an insurgent and an outlaw, a jacob.n, an atheist, a hypocrite, a demagogue —and much more—all that British denunciation could devise to disparage and destroy an individual—-is already canonized with the saints of science and philosophy, acknowledged as one of the founders ot a great republican empire, and his untitled, but radiant and venefa' ble name is imprinted on its monuments, i s states, cities and ships, as an auspicies of glory and of fortune. In 1770, Menj. Franklin was a plain citizen of Philadelphia, a tradesman, of whom to have predicted the renown to winch he has since attained would have been as visionary aa to foretel the precise era of a millenium. Without shindig par...

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LORD HOWE TO DR. FRjtNKLIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 November 1817

LORD HOWE TO DR. FRjtNKLIN. “1 cannot, my worthy friend, permit the letters, and parcels, which I have sent, to be landed, without adding a word upon the subject of the injurious extremities, in which our unhappy dispute! have engaged us. _ “You will learn the nature of my mission from the official despatches, which I have recommended to be forwarded by the same conveyance. Retaining all the earnestness I ever expressed, to bee our differences accommodated, I tfliall cod- ceive, if I meet with the disposition in the colonies, which I was once taught I* expect, the most flattering hopes of proving serviceable in the objects of tho king's paternal solicitude by promoting the establishment of lasting peace and union, with colonics: but, if the deep* rooted prejudices of America, and tho necessity of preventing her trade Irens passing into foreign channels, must keep us stiii a divided people, 1 shall, from every private as well as public motive, most heartily lament that this is not th...

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

Loudoun county , Va. ") October 7th> 16 IT. 5 ics F. Mercer, Esq. court I on will take notice that I shall on Monday the 3d day of Noext.at [vanity's tavern, in Dum•Munday the 10th day of the oth. at Austip’s tavern in Lees. Monday the 17th day of the It,at Richardson's tavern near house; and on Monday the of the sinre month at Mott’s Alexandria, in the District of ,tu take the testimony of suns,and to adduce other evidence d before the House of Represenf the next (Congress of the Units, in support of uiy right to h seat body, as the Representative of gtrtssional District: and that 'I tinue, at each of those (daces, yto day, to take the testimony, uce the evidence aforesaid, until eshall be completed. armistlad t. mason. LOST, lie 23d inst. on the road to Alexbetween Mr. Wiley's and Air. tavern,' a green and black Plaid Cloak , - ' hr lined with red silk velvet, net will be handsomely rewarded d at Mr, Pee#s’ tavern in & Va. • 11.—3t. PUBLIC SALE. he sold, at ...

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

Purchasers Attend! mLLLIMSOJST # shawem ; WATERFORD, HAVE just received and are now opening an extensive assortment of Seasonable Goods, which have been purchased at the very lowest Philadelphia cash prices, and will consequently be sold- unusually low. —AL SO— , as usual, a very general assortment of HARD WARE, QUEEN’S WARE, G R O'C ERIE S, and an excellent assortment of good PAINT V, all of which will be sold on the most accommodating terms. November 11.—[tf. Thomas B. Beatty HAS jnst received from the Cumber* land Glass works 23 Boxes of Window Glass , of the first quality, which will be sold by the toix at the Baltimore and Alexandria prices, with the difference of the carriage, as he means to keep a constant supply. Sbgxes, 10 by 12) „ 10 do. 8 10J WO, '* 2 do. 8 to. No. 2. 2 do. 7 9, No. 1. Leesburg, Nov. 11.—[tf. JAMES MACIAN, Saddle and Harness Maker y Has just received an elegant assortment of fashionable B I T S & STIR. R U P IKONS, British and American plate, ...

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MODERN FANATICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 November 1817

MODERN FANATICS. JProm the JV Jersey Register, Sefit. IS. Unknown Sect —Passed through tbit town on Wednesday last, ten Pilgrims. (six men and four women ) from W®odstock in the state of Vermont, on their way to the southward possessed of ' very singular appearance and deportment They profess to be the only time fol lowers of Christ, and his gospel, and are in’ a special manner called of God to go forth into the world to do. and' that continually, his will; for which purpose they have forsaken their houses and lands relatives and friends, and alPlhis world,’s enjoyments, and after the man ner of the apostles are travelling from place to place, doing good to the children of men. They have a prophet or leader among them; who occasionally preaches and most of them exhort in the streets and ways as they pass by. They seem all devotion and humility, and are continually engaged in the service of Christ, holding forth the power of his holy spirit, as communicated unto them; saying that the...

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, MORE OF THE VERMONT PILGRIMS. from the Albany Daily Advertiser, October 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 November 1817

\ , MORE OF THE VERMONT PILGRIMS. from the Albany Daily Advertiser, October 13. ,A correspondent informs us that 6ve waggons loaded with the household goods, men, women and children of this sect, passed through Cherry Valley, Otsego County, on the 35th ult. on their way to the State of Ohio. The men and women are dressed in the same style as those who passed through Sussex, (N. j.) and were, as they alledged, followers of the same prophet. They call themselves the true followers of Christ— Xhcir pretended prophet came from Canada a few months since, snd is a man of '■'autterc Ac Am.” and a great fanatick. His followers are not yet numerous, but it is thought he will increase them. He reject* surnames, and abolishes marriage, and allows hta followers to cohabit pro- , piiscuously. . I The men eat they' food in an erect pos-' ture, and the women when they prsy, prostrate themselves on the ground with i their faces downward. They frequent ly do penance for sins, and seem to make unclea...

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GENERAL STATE OF EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 November 1817

GENERAL STATE OF EUROPE. The late arrivals at Boston and -VrtuTork, have supplied us with several interesting items of European intelligence. Dissatisfaction and disquietude would seem to exist under nearly all the Gov ernments of the Continent. France exhibited signs of preparation for an approaching war. The king Was taking vigorous measures for reinstating the army, and was assetnblmg round his throne the iron men ot the Napollon School— Although the French papers gave out that bis majesty was about to aid the King of Spain in an expedition against the patriots of South America: yet the bitter hatred of Louis towards every individual in the remotest degree connected with the late dynasty which has been manifested on so many occasions, cer tainly justifies the belief entertained by the most discerning politicises, that something more important was in agita tion. The high minded French are becoming daily more restless, occasioned by the continued presence of the ruffian cut-throat ...

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SPURRED RYE. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 November 1817

SPURRED RYE. FROM THE UTICA PATRIOT. Permit me, through your useful paper) to offer to the public a few observationson the Ergot or Spurred Rye It is occasioned by a small black f)y, of a shinnig hue, large wings in proportion to the slae of the body; it deposits its eggs in the grain, about the time it begins to harden. It perforates a hole through the glume or outer covering of the grain; the part is immediately changed to a dingy black, a Very forbidding color.— The intention of nature being frustrated, on account of the deadly poison deposited in the grain, a chymical decomposition takes place, the grain tastes sweet as in the proper process of germination; it has a very disagreeable smell, the germ begins to expand. Instead ef pro- ducing i plant," It produce* a capsule, about one inch in length, and three times m thick as the grain; in sortie instance* the throe stamina and billose atigtna may be seen on the point of the capsule; here honest nature's efforts stop, leaving the ...

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editorial duties. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 November 1817

editorial duties . There are few employments more tedious (says the National Register, a work of sterling merit) none greater share of prudence and firmness, than to conduct with tolei able propriety A public journal. The editor who does justice to the community and to his own conscience, must occasionally give unj brage to individuals, who often mistake the simple discharge of duty for An act of petsonal enniity. A newspaper con ducted with some ability is a powerful engine. Aware ofthis, are not spared by individuals to enlist the passions, the prejudices and interests of the proprietor on particular topics. At one time he is assailed by the blandishments of flattery, at another by the invectives of malice- The artfui essay to win him by kindness, the lawless and overbearing' threaten him with personal injury To! preservers independence and usefulness he must have energy enough to brave the violence of the latter, and sufficient discernment to guard against the duplicity of the fo...

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THE PRINTER, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 November 1817

THE PRINTER, , APTKH THE HAMMER OP STXRMK. “1 pity,” cried my uncle 1 oby, “I pity the printer ’’ “He is a poor devil " rejoined I. “Hfiw so,” said my uncle Toby. “In tbe first place he must endeavor to please every body and it is ten to one if he pleases any body. In the innocence of the moment, perhaps a small para graph pops upon him, he hattijy scans it o’er, throws it to. the compositor—it is inserted—and it is d—d to all intents and purposes!” “Too much the rase,” repeated my uncle 'I oby with a sigh, too much the case.” “And besides,” continued I, “he sometimes hits upon a piece that pleases him mightily, and he thinks it cannot but go down with his subscribers; but alas? who canca culate? He inserts it and all is over with him 'I hey may forgive others, but they can’t forgive the printer—[l saw Trim crouched in the comer, he sa&on nettles.]—He has a host to print forJJfce has fools, and he has wise men; and every dunce that knows not Q from a bull’s foot, sets up...

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GENIUS OF Ujgl [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 November 1817

GENIUS OF Ujgl TVESDJ&, wVp^jS BANK OF TH£ VS* Thu books for substring in the above bank were nesday at 3 o’clock, P. M. amount of 150,000 dollars WuZ'B MMomc rnocßssiMi From time immemorial jj jJh customary among the fraumi/JI and accepted masons, at the Mi brother, to deposit his rem*i n usual formalities of the order SI formity to this usage, the hm>V| this town Sc vicinity, undcrthedjji the Salem lodge from bled in the character of 9th inst. to perform the last solej|| they owed to the remains of (|X| worthy brother, Dr. J. £. vJi offering up to his memory, .uK world, the grateful tribute of |3| cere esteem, thereby cemonstm^H steady attachment to the masonry, which binds man to yß| one indissoluble bond of fratcryjK Uon. . ...> Sf The lodge being opened, si tavern, in due form, procen|H formed in the following order; B > . Marshal, H Music, ‘H Ty ler, with a drawn The holy-bible, on a black cutiS carried by the oldest memkß Stuarts, ...

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I THU GENIUS OF LIBEUTT. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 November 1817

I THU GENIUS OF LIBEUTT. 'aldatli, 1 hare observed ihe progress made [theiasl week in taking depositions •taiuiate tiie votes on gereral Mapoll which have been contested by 1 Mercer; and I am induced to behat colonel Mercer wifi loose bis [Congress merely for the want of otes. It is proper to obsetve howhat the colonel [alters under great Ities—in the first place, sir, most of load's votes protested agairut by si Mason Itave not been substantiamd indeed the colonel has but little i to expect tiiat they will be—in cowl plate, sir, almost every vote ted by the colonel on the general’s a»e been proven good—in fact, sir. mocrals whose right to vote coloerc, r disputed, have had the cone impudence to refer to the relu support their votes., where mabem'hsve had their deeds recorded or 15 years —this is an extreme we, and operates exclusively a--1 col. Mercer. kough the colonel will in all human nitty,be defeated in his pretensions m the next congress, yet I am K«l that if application be m...

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THE FLORIDAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 November 1817

THE FLORIDAS. Philadal/Ma, JV"ox>, 7. Wh ArnoTld of ship Lucy oeaux has brought out dispatchwn»^u nmeHt f ro,n the American toL t ’ e oou i;t of Spain. It is pre • t!lo6e dispatches relate to the » ' » ' ■ ! negotiations carrying on bctweenthe U» nitcd States and Spain as to the purchve of the FlOridis. It is distinctly under* stood, on very good authority, that Great Britain has said to Spain, “11 you choose to keep the Floridas it is well; but if ydu determine to sell them, we think we have a right to the preference, and we shall expect the first offer.” This language has offended and embarrassed the court of Madrid, although we do not believe it will influence its determination; indeed we feel confident that that determination is made, and is now in the United States. We come to- this conclusion from a knowledge of the/o« that Uie Spanish minister Don Onis, has at this moment in his possession sealed despatches from bis court, which despatches he is direct* cd not to o...

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