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P<-om the Piltohurg Gazette, CXTKACTS FROM THE JOURNAL OF A VOT AGE TO THE KEDITEKH ANRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 December 1817
P&lt;-om the Piltohurg Gazette, CXTKACTS FROM THE JOURNAL OF A VOT AGE TO THE KEDITEKH ANRAN. Chaptkh I, Ufitron reluctant f rom the oozy cave, The fionderou* anchor rite» o’er the wave. FALCONER. The signal for sailing was hoisted on Sunday morning the 6th of , 1.816; and all hands moved with alacrity to make the necessary preparations. Plea sure, hope, regret, and care were depict ed on every face. There are few who are not willing to exchange indolence for activity—'few whom ambition or novelty will not excite; hut the ardent son ot adventure, before h'c enters on the bright career his hopes have pointed •ut, must pay a mournful tribute to the friends he must leave, and the pleasures ke must resign. The wharves were covered with spectators, attracted by curiosity.or interest to witness our departure; while our decks were crowded with the friends and relations of the officers and men, whose affectionate adieus and honest wishes mingled their soothing notes with the hoarse ...
CHAI'TkH If. ‘•Aonf of your half /aiif'ht and Purter*’ Brin*," [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 December 1817
CHAI'TkH If. ‘•Aonf of your half /aiif'ht and Purter*’ Brin*," SEA PHRASE f. The next morning; pmved to be fine and a favourable wind was carrying Us fast towards our destination. The prospect was novel and sublime. There was something charming in the idea of being able to cast the eye around on a l sides without obstruction, and of inhaling a Iree and untamed atmosphere Out it was a charm that soon ceased to operate—the feet areas fond of wardering as the eye, and the mind must inhale refreshment as well as the body ‘‘The boundless ocean roaring wide" ceased to afford interest as soon as the suggestion arose that it was lobe enjoy ed at the expense of exile and imprison ment. No one loves the to wind he is forced, or the spot to which he is confined. There was besides no intcres l in the scene after it was once viewed—and there was but little pleasure in an ticipation of seeing salt water, and eating salt pork by the mm thr Among ourcrew were several lands man and boys who now bega...
CHAPTER lit. Then walk* the father the temficit forth. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 December 1817
CHAPTER lit. Then walk* the father the temficit forth. TUONrsOX. On Wednesday morning the vessel was sm ioni dm by a school 01 porpoises; tney welt seen lot a shell nn.o spotting on (he sin lace ol the waiti ai (I (heii tiisapieuietl sitting away ispitdy north woiu and tasiwaiu I hose n ai oeuvres aic In confcin.ity with the singoiai hub ns ol these animal*. Vi h&lt;n the ocean is smooth, they aic to bt seen hounding alongi its snrlact—using above anti plu. .g\ng heiowtl.—with an activity anu playlulness out little in cuhtoimily with their heavy and s uggish appearai.ee 1 hey ire aisu sai« to possess the power ol anticipating the cl.angt sot the weather, ian&lt;. previously to a siorui are sup* posid to dnect their course towards the point Itom whence the wind is about to blow. black and heavy clouds began to lower about us on all sides, and presented every indication of a rapidly approaching storm. Ihe vigilant eye of the experienced seaman soon discovered the dange...
MARTIAL LAW AT AMZfI [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 December 1817
MARTIAL LAW AT AMZfI To the politeness of a St. Mary’s we are indebted for towing proclamation. It will that Aury has declared martial vre understand that affairs are confused state at Amelia. and brig were off St Mary’ day last bound in Sav. Heft, Inhabitants ok days past you have witnessed daious transactions of» faction of men, who existing and this island by our generosity, iy been engaged in subverting der. They are mercenary cowards,’ who abandoned puobcai ism in the hour of who, either aided by our ied by the intrigues of a few dividuals, have attempted to in all the complicated horrors of war., Citizens, we are principle; our fortunes and our lives oft exposed for t ' ,l glorious cause. We have com*jJS| s plant the tree ot liberty, to fosl« f stitutions and to war against of Spain, the oppressor of enemy to the rights of man. evei ready to pay obedience ciples of republicanism, but tei mined never to adhere to of a faction. When the shall be no more, when public tranquility ...
pmsjff i-rcEB-re- [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 December 1817
pmsjff i-rcEB-re- 'fijiSVJtr, pec. -• Public. Lbii-h .s. ..bjoi«a with o.i. ' (hot &lt; vtr! J man » wl,o '_ dl ' - or indirectly, avowedly, or tacitly, L name, or gives his countenance, • manner, or form, to the iusinuawhich some scoundrels have propa'A thßt I shrunk from the contest Mr. John M’Carty at the last Louelection, or who would, in any way, np . w produce that impneasion, is a .alumnuuor. 'ARMISi’EAD T. MASON. «mberB9th,JBHr. jyilligmtburjf, Nov. 1 81/ i, 1817. Yours of the *th inst has this mt reached me. A duty to myself, the unequivocal declaration, that.J. did enlist the scurrility or sSfifetrbn lumriy of any Printer, or Printer’s fgamst general Mason, or any man. Your obedient servant, / J. M. M’CARTY. i;—lf general Mason feels disposed dish the above, he has my appro- « r - i eral A, 7\ Mason* -
Hr"! TUT! GENttJS OF IIBEISTT. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 December 1817
Hr"! TUT! GENttJS OF IIBEISTT. IMuivifU', Having been recently favored a little “Tract on the sins of the lie,” and being benefUtccl myself its advice, urges me to a parS ,1 think best calculated fur iud of others, and particularly our :uwn, for insertion, in some place ur useful paper, That otherwise : be filled with miscellaneous i,and oblige A Subscriber. :f us direct our thoughts (says the ■) to those sins of the lips, which ittte in a busy and meddling spirit.' this temper is derived a loquainterference in the concerns of men. I'he people of Athens, St. Paul was in their city, spent lime in nothing else but either to to hear some new thing. Many ia ; )s seem, by their conduct, to be of these new Athenians. by curiosity, they search out petty transaction of the neighbor* I sift it again and again to the very »;and treasure up in their memo»such matters too faithful, each e of intelligence which they have ed. I hey pry into the interior dies; worm out every incident of y: make th...
FROM MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 December 1817
FROM MEXICO. BALTIMORE, KOV. 28. Some further particulars have been received, by the way of Havana, of the siege and evacuation of the lort at Camauja, which place is situated about one hundred leagues north westerly from the city of Mexico. Alter having been besieged twenty one days, by the royalists under vien. I.i: in, the garrison of the fort under the command of General Moreno, one til Mina s uthcers, finding themselves mostly pressed, successfully fought their way ihiougn the royal troops 1:1 me night,, in which uesperate act they are said to have lust .. considerable number of men TUeirob,cct was to proceed to join Gen Mina's which was not tar distant, and which, it was supposed, was not sutticicnt y strong to have at folded rebel to the garrison. This event took place on the mgtit between the 19th and 30th of August. By me evacuation of the fort, the patriots abandoned to the royalists 31 pieces of cannon, and 350 balls; a quamity o&gt; grape shot; 311 bombs; 350 lan...
REVOLUTION IN ALGIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 December 1817
REVOLUTION IN ALGIERS. The account of a Revolution in Algiers is comirmed »y the arrival at Boston, on ounday morning, of the brig Orleans, captain Junes, in 40 days from Gibraltar. A Gibraltar papek 1 brought' by the Organs announces the event in the followmg manner: CIDBALTAI, OCT. 4. Prom Oran, by letters dated fourteenth and twenty-sixth September. u Death of the l)ey of Algiers— On the 13th of September a number of Janissaries assembled round the palace of the Oey, and called upon him to descend, as it was their intention to put him to death, his reign having been a scries ol disasters both by sea and land. “ The Dey, being obliged to comply, was taken by the soldiers to the house of the Kishna Aga, where he was strang led, and a man named All Cogia, a re tired merchant, waa declared pis succes sor, the minsters of the late Dey have been exiled to different cities of the Re gency.” Captaih Jones confirms also the ar count of the arrival ot the American squadron at Gibraltar. Ti...
Misdoings formerly among the Royal Attendants. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 December 1817
Misdoings formerly among the Royal Attendants. Extract t from a eurioua Manutcrifit , containing direction* for the household of Henry fill. His highness* baker shall not put al&gt; lum in the bread, or mix rye, oaten, or bean flour with the same; and it detected he shall be put in the stocks. liis highness’ attendants are not to steal any locks, or Keys, tables, forms, cupboards, or other furniture, out at noblemen s houses where he goes to visit. Matter cooks shall not employ such scullions as go about naked, or lie all night on the ground before the kitchen fire. No dogs to be kept in the court, but only a few spaniels tor the ladies. 'i he officers ot his majesty’s privy chamber shall be loving together, no grudging or grumbling, nor talking ot the king’s pastime. 't he king’s barber is enjoined to be cleanly, not to frequent the company ot misguided women, lor tear ol danger to die king’s royal person. There shall be no romping with the maids on the staircase, by which ...
BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UJVI2ED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 December 1817
BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UJVI2ED STATES. Whereas by an act of Congress pass e&lt;l on the third day of .VJarch, one thou sand eight hundred and fifteen, entitled “an act to provide for the gscerta nmg and surveying of the boundary lines fixed by the Treaty with the Creek Indians, aid for other purposes’* the president of t e United States is authorized to cause -the lands acquired by the said Treaty to be offered for sale when surveyed; and whereas the lands north of the Tennessee River have been surveyed? Therefore, I James Monroe, President of the United States, in conformity with the said act, do hereby declare and make known, that public sales, for the disposal (agreeably to law) of the lands in Alabama Territory , north of the River Tennessee, shall be held at Huntsville, in Madi son County, in said Territory, viz. on the first Monday in February next, foi the. lands contained in the ranges nuinicred. one, two, three, four, five and six; nd on the first Monday in March n...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 December 1817
NOTICE. THE stockholders of the JLeetburg Turnhikt Company will please to take notice, that an election will be held at the court house in Leetiurg, on, Tuesday the 20th day of January next, to elect a president, foui directors and a treasurer, to serve for the ensuing year, by order of the president and directors. SAM t. CARR, IVeat'r, Leetiurg, December 2 —[4w Ihe editors of the Alexandria Gazette and Winchester Gazette will please to insert the above four weeks, and forward their bills to the office of -he Washingtonian. NOTICE. The stockholders of the Ltetburg Turnpike Company will please to take notice that their second instalment of ten dollars on each share of stock by them subscribed, is required to be paid on or before the first day of January next. By order of the President and Directors. SAMI, CARR ’lrtan’r. Becemktr 2.—[4w,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 December 1817
Fall and Winter G U Oil'S. Humphreys $ Conrad, Have received ai tiieir store in place, opposite the couivhonsi ami are opening a large and splendid assortment of MERCHANDIZE. THE FOEEOWINb tAXAEOOUE C PRISES A PART OF THEIR SEEBCTJ Extra superfine aim second cloths, Double mill’d drabs, Ladies’ habit and pelisse cloths. Superfine and second quality cassimc Coating, bear and lion ikuw, Worsted and cotton cords, Velvets and velveteens, Red and green baizes, Laventeens, lutestnng, satins, doi Florence and munteaus, Ladies’ and gentlemen's silk, kid, beaver gicv^s, Irish linen aim sweeting,' Fable linen and duper, Russia sheeting, outs, and dowlas, Superfine white tViaiseincs, toiler royal nb, swanoowii atm Horen vestings, Merino and cassimere, coburg, cot laventeen and damask snawis; I ! ti4in.o and hag lianoiterchitla, ar variety oi cotton ditto, Inoia muslins, eiegant embroidtred | dia seerlt shawls aim haimkercbi gurrans, baiters and saunas, Dressed and undressed cantbncks, Mudtia p...
THE HECESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 December 1817
THE HECESS. 'HE LAST ROSE OF SUM/\lLlt. ' I'is the last rose of summer, Left blooming alone; All her lovely companions Are faded and gone: No-floWi of lit) kindred, No lose bud is night To relied back her blushes, Or give eigh fur sign! % I’ll not leave thee, thou lone one! To pine on the stem; Since the lovely are sleeping, Go, sleep thou with them; Thus kindly 1 scatter Thy leaves o’er the bed, VV here thy mates of the garden Lie scentless and dead. So soon may I follow, ' VV hen friendtlnp’s decay, And from love a shining circle 'I he gema drop away-l When true hearts lie withered, And fond ones are bown, O! who would inhabit This bleak world alone? FRIENDSHIP. What it it but a cheating dream? A bubble floating on the stream: It glitters as u pusses on, With burrow’u lustre from the sun. Tel though it may so gay appear, * *Tis but a putf ol common aif. Attempt not to purloin the prize, Or it will burst before your cy'ti, And then away the beauty flies. The stormy winds it cannot ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 December 1817
We ought not to think ill of any one! till we nave palpable proof; and even then, we should not expose them to oth era. We ought to attend to our own business and nut meddle with the affairs of hll.ers unless w« are applied to, or to render a service. View slanderers as direct enemies to Civil society; as persons without honor, or humanity \\ noever entertains you witn the faults nf others, designs to serve you in a similar manner.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 December 1817
Land for Sale. THE subscriber offers for sale 130 Acres of Land , l ying in Fauquier county, within a mile and a half of I'afis- about sixty acres Cleared, finely timbered and watered; and ' equal to any land in the county for the production of wheat and other articles, and well adapted to plaister, and clover There is a good new LOG DWEL HOUSE, within sixty yards of an excellsnt spring. The above land is very conveniently situated to good merchant mills and saw mills, as there is two or three within a mile and a half of it. A further description is deemed unnecessary as it is presumed any person wishing to purchase, will view the premises. ISAAC SETTLE. Paris, September 16 ftf FOR SALE. BY Virtue of a deed of trust executed hy Uriah McKnight to William Mountjoy. to secure the payment of a sum of money, therein mentioned; will be offered for sale, for cash- on the 32d November next at the house of said MeKnight ' &gt;ll that tract or parcel of LAND, whereon the said McKnight...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 December 1817
Oak-Land Farm Jbr Sale* THIS farm is situated on the main' road leading from Hay-Market to Fred enckaburg and is twenty two miles liom the latter place, containing 750 Acres; there -is a good reserve of Woodland, (say 300 acres) ami several ne\er failing springs, with branches running through the land to produce water lor stock, -he soil in its original state was very goon, but some part of it has jccii rathci ware pushed; however from a small niai that has been n ade it is Icunu to be well adapted to clover and plaister, takes ma nuro kindly and holds a good coal—twenty years cultivated in corn and wheat a. ternaiely and the third year in pasture, which affords no rest. 1 have engaged the tly-prool wheat tor seeding from a gentleman of veracity, who wilt deliver the pure grain, and as it is desirable that the purchaser of the land should lai c with it the growing crop of corn Ik seed wheat, both of which shall be had at a reasonable price, he can go to seeding by the middle of itep...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 December 1817
' Valuable landed frorerff FOR SJiUI THE following' portions of the estate of the late colonel Thomas L. Lee, 4 of Colon: Ist. The MILL-LOT comprising l ifty- One Acres and a Übcum, ul which uln ut 39 Ur of the luwit u: boi.tnci n side oi Goose creek an i the i'emaii berun the upper side.— This is e tnu ,iopetly. Ibe mill stands at the mouth ol House creek, (be power of Wi lei auiauuiu, UiiClJic country above is a greai wheat country. i iodine may be trough! to me mill fi&gt; boats with much case, ana hour taken hum it to George. lovnloi blty coots per banel. ihe town of htesuurg is 3 or 4 milts above it. 3d. ATO I of LAND adjoining the above, containing about »j( 0 Acres , it is bounded m pan by Goose creek and the l oti nmc- .is ot a good soil and well suited to the improved system of farm* ing. It contains from 60 to BO acres of rich bottom. 3d. A LOT containing about 208 Acres , lying on the cast side of the Alexandria road uy Mr. Havener's shop and adjoin* ing the land ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 December 1817
W»&lt; committed at a run**, ail of this county on the UtK 18IT, a black man who caiitl James or !&gt; j JAMES WALKER 5 feet 8 or 9 inches (T bout black complexion, thick lips'V l ! part of his uppel* teeth gone several scars on him; he has one . his nose between his eyes &amp; a , k ; on his breast and several «n., ■ ' his body. Ihe said negro is 1 jty years of age. The owner gro is requested to come and pJJi perty, pay charges and take CH otherwise he will be dealt win, *1 law directs **i FDW HAMMAT,, Le-nburg , ( Loudoun,J ) 5-t jiugutl 19. Was Committed To the jail of this county, on inst. a negro man who calls himsejj HAMPTON and says he belongs to Carter fl.p. Richmond—he is five feet Bor} k, high, very black, has a small «cst«i forehead, his clothing, an old blue gray cassinet pantaloons and wait and an oid wool hat. The owner quested to come forward, provs p ty, pay charges, and take himawsyl erwise he will be dealt with «i the directs. EDW. HAMMAT, o...