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AMELIA ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 November 1817

AMELIA ISLAND. A letter from St. Mary’s, dated 25th October says—“lt is very sickly at Amelia Island, 5 or 6 dying daily Since the death of governor Hubbard, things have been raihei more tranquil, but the late governor’s party are still very much dissatisfied. Most of the prize property brought into Amelia, jhas disappeared, in different ways. Tom Seaburn, formerly of Charleston, was stabed by his wife, a short time since, and died immediately.” Another letter, of same data, says—- “ Mr. Starr, prize master of the Morgiana, died at Amelia yesterday—lt is very sickly both at St Mary’s juid Amelia, the latter the worst. Three vessels arrived here to day from the North, with provisions. Commodores Taylor and Champlin. are both daily expected here, when we expect things will be better regulated at Amelia than at present. Thd* United States brig Saranac, has sailed on a cruize.”—[CAarkstwi Courier. SAVANNAH, NOV. 4. From Amelia, we received information from a respectable quarter, that on...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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MISCELLANEOUS, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 November 1817

MISCELLANEOUS, Wheal is now selling in the District of Maine for 75 cents per bushel. VV illiam Wibt, of Virginia, has received ftom the President, the appointment of Attorney General of the United, .States. * A petition Is to be presented to- the Legislature of Virginia praying for a law to incorporate a Trailing Company under the title of '■'■ The RichmondEatt India Ccm/iani/” Primitive simplicity There is not at present a bank in the state of Vermont; but there is a proposition before the legia lature, now in cession, for three. TkmktgM*g~~Gor, Clinton of Now* York, appointed Thursday the 13th day of November, gov. Brooks of Massachusetts, Thursday the 4th of December, and gov Plutncr of Ne*>Hampthiie, Thursday the 35tb pi the same month as days of thanksgiving and prayer. Extract qf a letter fsom Natchez, to the Editor qf the Richmond Enquirer, dated Odder 13, 1817. “Of all the plagues I ever heard, vre have One that exceeds them. The yellow fiver has ragqd- so in thi...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Bymenial. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 November 1817

Bymenial. Married—ln Harrisonburg, Rocking* ham county, on the 30th ult. by the rev. Mr. Bato> Mr. Ch arlss Douglas, of this place, to Miss Ann B. Watch* man. I , O lore, to thee, I homage owe, ’Twas thou who taught me first to know The bliss that, reigns above; Thou first presented to ihy view. An object worthy to pursue, Ani bid me then to love.

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

FULLING § DYING. THE subscriber inform* his custo ers and the public generally, that he c< tsnubs to carry on the above business ail its various brunches, at his FULLING MUX, •ear Middleburg, where he flatters hii self that he will give general satisfactic s he has just received from Philad l>hia, a new set of press papers a shears of superior quality, and a go workman with himself to carry on t business. Cloth will be received at & Thomas Saunders* store, in Leesbui and returned there, after being dress agreeably to orders. EDWARD WILSON, November 18.—[3w* OliVe Branch. JUST published and /or sale at th office, a ninth edition of the Olive Brant or faults on both sides, by M. Carey. Also, a new supply of Consley’s spelling book, * Murray's do. do. Goldsmith’s Geography, i Murray’s Reader, Do. Sequel, Do. Grammar, Do. Exercises, Do. Introduction, Do. Key, Goldsmith’s England, Do. Rome, Do, Greece, . Do. Natural History. —A L S O Jt sthnri mMhnA &...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 November 1817

Oak-Land Farm for Sale. THIS farm is situated on the main road leading from Hay-Market to Fred cricksburg and is twenty two miles I'rom the latter place, containing there is a good reserve of Woodland, (say 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 a-daptcd-to clover and plaisler, takes manure kindly and holds a good coat- twenty years cultivated in corn and wheat al ternately and the third year in pasture, Which affords no rest. 1 have engaged the fly-proof wheat for seeding from a gentleman of veracity, who will deliver the pure grain, and as it is desirable that the purchaser of the land should take with it the growing crop of corn & seed wheat, both of which shall be had at a reasonable price, he can go to seeding by the middle of Sept...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 November 1817

Valuable Lauded Propel FOR, SALE THE following'portions of the »f the late colonel Thomas L. L Do tons 1«. The MILL-LOT comprii Fifty- One Acre and a fraction, of which about 39 li the lower or southern side of Goose and the remainder on the upper a ■This is a fine property. The mill pt the mouth of Goose creek, 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 C l Town for fifty cents -per barrel, ’town of Leerfburg is 3 or 4 miles it. 2d. A LOT of LAND adjoinii above, centaining about 360 Acres , [t is bqppded in part by Goose ere Ike Potomack ,is of a good soil an suited to the improved system of . ng. It contains from 60 to 80 gc rich bottom, 3d. A LOT containing about 208 Acres , lying on the east side of the Alex road by Mr. Havener’s shop and t ing the land of Ludwell Lee, t.sq. 4th. Two lots nearly opposite to Lee’s house one containipg 170 u other 135 acres. The Leesburg and Georgeto...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 November 1817

Loudoun 'Land for Sale On the 95th day of November ( if not, the fifsi fair day) I will ofii sale, on the premises, a tract of lot ing in tha4 rich valley of land be the Kelocton and liluc Ridge mout and near my mill, containing One hundred £$ fifty-five At about one half is cleared & under ci tion, the balance heavily timbered, natural soil of this land is equal t in the county, and on no fundhas p] a more powerful effect, by whic the clover System it has been imp and is in a productive state. It ii watered by springs which were known to rail in the driest seasons, improvements are a large and t nient Frame Dwelling House with a cellar under the whole, rooms below and two above, the ceiled and plai&tercd, and well cal ed to accommodate a large and g family, a beautiful garden adjoinit house, and a r ever failing spring ol water in it—l he other improvei are a new log barn, kc. an apple ard of fruit equal to any in the sti Virginia, together with peaches, che...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 November 1817

Great Bar g GEORGE RUST info and the public generally i in a very large and most« ment of goods in Philadel] er part of which he has pu tion'for cash; he will there to sell them unusually loy them on the 37th inst. ] public to call any day afte them. Great bargains m October 31 [4f. Fifty Dollars I If apprehended out of the ty-five if in the Raw away from the sul near Cedar Creek, Shcna Va. on the Slat inst. a n the name of HARR 1 a blacksmith by trade, tw old, five feet six inches made, marked with the lei the right cheek, supposed done with India ink, whic by close examination. 1 him a dark blue coat w flaps, and with white built a dark drab great coat, wii and lined with black flamu pantaloons, two white wai half worn fur hat. Whi preheat! the said Harry so again, shall receive the and all reasonable charges WJV October 31.—[tf. Notice Was committed as a ru ail of this county on the 1 1817, a black' man who James or JAMES WAL bout S feet 8 or 9 inch black complexion, thick 1 part...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 November 1817

« , . "* ' ' ’*v - V •,- '* .. ' ■■' > ■ :v^ J BY SAMUEL B.T. CALDWEI.L. LEESBUBG, Va. PBQMUIGATOII Op -THE LAWS Ql> THE LNITEP STATEs! !y TUESDAY , NOVEMBER tS, 1817. JNo. 47.

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rnoNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 November 1817

rnoNS. OF Liberty will be ce “ week on good nledium JHtvV'U DOLLARS per annum, advance, or T WOf*t)OLIB d pirTY CENTS, if not paid expiration of the year. No ■ ]*. discontinued until arrears j|H paid, except at the discretion IHtiskmehts will be inserted in manner, at one dollar per H t i, e three first insertions, and for each additional inserwho send in their advcrtiseplease to mention how often the a inserted, otherwise they until forbid, and charg. t ommwvttt:ion» and letter* on be—POST PAID, mm j a ;

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Prom the ( Richmond) S/iirit of Union [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 November 1817

Prom the ( Richmond) S/iirit of Union Accident Ips thrown into our hand* 'he following speech of a young penile nan* who wa» graduated in the Philaclel • 'his University «u the 2d of July, 18 12 Vain some note attached ro it we pe ce vethat IhiMirtuibti’ o* graduates wa- > . great that the profesaois found it ne easary to limit their time ol speaking t,< iftcen minutes It will he readily ima gined that in doing this, they must at the same time have cramped and limited th. acuities and range uf the speaker. We however, give it to our readers as accident gave it to us, and we think it will b.■ead, at least by our juvenile patrons with spine degree of interest and aensibitty. Os i* a rat oTtstw, Of the many virtue* which adorn the human character there is none perhaps, which sheds a more celestial light around it man that of patriotism. . P ufe * [> d undiluted in its nature—it is free and generous in it* object. Increasing and expanding, it pursues the...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 November 1817

msox # SIUWEM , ATEIIFORD, 'just received and are now an extensive assortment of onable Goods, . ' been purchased at the very jladetphia cash prices, and will tly be sold unusually low. —A LS G— , a very general assortment of RD W A ft E, EEN’S WARE, OC ERIEB, Client assortment of good S, all of which will be sold t accommodating terms. IMl.—[tf. omas B. Beatty t received from the Cumber works xes of Window Glass, quality, which will be sold by t the Baltimore and Alexandra ith the difference of the carl's means to keep a constant boxes, 10 by 12 Ido 8 10 , do. 8 to, do. 7 9, fg.Nov. 11 [tf. No. |. No. 2. No. 1. MUEL TUSTLX ach-Maker, FROM BALTIMORE, informs , the citiienn ol •nd its vicinity, that he hat the above business in tbit ■ c ®rner "f Market and Back e Whe will carry' it on in all v. Carriages of all discription: Me op repaired on the shortesi ln the neatest manner. , tpR SALE. .' finished Gigs & an elegant , «' | dle or harness. r U—tf,J* R and TRIPLETT, VWIOJ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 November 1817

* JAMES MAGLA Saddle and Harness Has just received an elegant ment of fashionable' 811 S fit b R U F IKdNb, British and I can plaie, end the best of leopai plush trimmings, to cn the above business, as usual,.at hi in UNION. Having a. number o workmen, he can accommodate | men, who may favor him with the tom, on (ho shortest notice, with i and durable work as can be obtaine where.; Hth month 11,1817 [3w. In Confinement, IN Chambeisburg prison, a man who calls himself GEORGE CLARE. Me is supposed to be between 23 years of age, is about S teet Bor 9 i higly slendet built,thin viaaged an montned, and says he plays the llc had on a biue cloth coattee much worn,.an old wool hat, a’{ blue striped cotton trowsers, a p old coarse shoes, and a ragged r shirt. On the inside of his left h a mark about the size of a quaite dollar, occasioned by the cut of a Fhe owner of the above described is requested to come forward, charges, and take him away, othi he will be discharged. G. H. MURPI Chambers...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 November 1817

■ Snickers? Gap Turnpike • pany. THE stockholder* in the ,Sn Gap Turnpike Company, are rtq to attend at a general meeting company, to be held at Lewis Ba tavern, in %tt!etown, ojr the 2nd day in December next, to trunsac ness of grJfct importance to the pany. f N. C. WILLIAMS, Sfrel November 18.—[3 w.* FULLING $ DYING ' THE subscriber informs his cv ers and the public generally, that h einucs to carry on the above busit all Us various branches, at his FULLING MILL, near Middlebqrg, where he flatten self that he will give general saindi as he has just received from'Ph phia, a new set of press' paper shears of superior quality, ~nd a workman with himself to carry « nusness Cloth will bt received 1 homes Saunders* store, in Tee and; returned there, after being d agrteubly to orders. i EDWARD WILSt November PB.—[3w* Clive Branch. lUST published and for sale a o*fi c*. a ninth edition of the Olive It or faults of> both sides, by Ml Car Also, a new supply of Cpmley’s spelling b...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 November 1817

patience can lapse pi tW on forget No matter bow ungenial the clrtnatc, how oppresivc the government or how unfriendly the «oib it seems impossible for men to transplant Us »f feet ions No matter What ret.cVipt.of power or what disastrous tissue of circumstances may have forced him away, his heart never ceases to beat when ft is mentioned; and being full of the recollection of his native scener?, or some touching association of events in his youth, he finds himself unable to suppress a sigh and a wish to return to hit h-jme. ,'Such is the potent the mystical control of his passion, that even the untutored tenant of a forest would not exchange it for the fahlM beauties of I’arad'se- The instances which might be addtlf«d in Vonfic-malton of this truth are to r \rnany for the preset ibed limits of this Csss.y . It is well known that this anx foiis s ilicHude lor ouß native spot has been so arti*e and irrepressible that it has given rise to a malady known in the i medical sciencrunder t...

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“COD AND ><V COI'ITJTY!” [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 November 1817

“COD AND &amp;gt;&amp;lt;V COI'ITJTY!” Thi* i* a nriolto worthy the pen cf (i t / greatest of authors. He who vtneraU r hi* God and hi* country must be a vor thy man, a Christian, and a Patriot, while he who ha* not his feeling* for both, in this land of liberty hi* own excuse to of ter. It ha* been observed, that next lb our God, our country claims our a (Tec tions. God certainly, at the author ofall our mercies, is entitled to the highest power* of our souls —He i* a being Worthy our love and admiration, and we should ever serve him with our whole heart* _ But "to Jove our country, does not diminish in the least our love iot the Supreme. ' ' ’ We should reverence and adore God, for havifigin his infinite goodness placed us in a laird wh ere we are not bound to worship crucifixes, and images -made with hands, “Who have eyes but see riot, and ears but hear not'*-—where we are not bound to bow before stocks, and I atones, and creeping things. And wc 1 laould love mw count™ J|...

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GEMtS OF LlDElffl [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 November 1817

GEMtS OF LlDElffl TUESDAY, XOV. FOB TUB GBKIUS 01' Mr. Editor-, ij|i ’ Of all the wonderful*|H this wondering world, there i|S half so wonderful as the pithy njfl of the t/iunky knight of the lyij last Washingtonian. He wfl thrown the gauntlet to Me. RiiaJ tor of the Enquirer, and a train of luminous reasoning, (a« make a man blind, that Mr. itul got himself into a a scrape, outdl he cannot escape so easy, and ttld situated, he intends to flftgelateld unmercifully. Moreover; general Mason gets a trcmendsd in the face&amp;gt; and also the Cenilifl erty has to bear the lash of a/gjsa In short, this Teague O’Regan, (H ern chivalry, has played Astwtl his opponents, and left them tll|| ing in confounded silence. 1 ihn now attempt to defend Ritchie, 3H nor you, Mr. Editor, so long ujJ main silent; but whenever eithciyij cry enough, 1 will try and pullttna tical giant off, and'liberate youiki scientific paws. The sooner. tM you knock und-r , the sooner m command the assistance ofyoarM ...

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