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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 December 1817

I PUBLIC aatß WILL be sold, at the hou*. .. I Jekins, in the county of Louj/ the road between Leesburg ,>7 Francis bridge, near Goose creel i 18tb December next, if fair, jj I **, the fair day, two tracts of land Jf* 1 taining )O0( Eighty-Eight Acres. lying about three miles below gL and adjoining the land of the saiTL Jenkins. About half of this |1 cleared and the balance heavily tin!!!?* which being near the said town i valuable, and through which th-*,’ burg turnpike is intended to be « ed. The other tract containing 337 Acres, beng'about four miles from LeesU, ! both sides of the road leading W* 1 ' town to the mill on Goose creek bJ iy galled Miller’s mill. About Uj this tract is also cleared the balanoV timbered, and if more convenient t), chasers, may be divided into twgu 1 he terms of salt will be on* the purchase money in hand, and t balance in two equal annual ps,[» to bes ecured by deeds of trust up,,'? lands. Any person wishing to premises aforesaid, can see t...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 December 1817

[the genius of mbebty. BY SAMUEL B.T. CALDWELL, LEESBURG, Va. PROMULGATOR OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 33, 1817. VOL* U [No. 51.

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co*D'irio*a. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 December 1817

co *D'irio*a. rtc. G** ,w ‘ ° r L ,,iett * 3c Led once a week on good medium , TWO DOLLARS per annum, 1 h «!.»«. « TWO DOt - Land FIFTY CENTS, if not pa.d the expiration of the year. No K wiU bc discontinued until arrearLre paid, at the discretion .{editor. . . (bT isements will be inserted in ntpicuous manner, at one dollar per for the three first insertions, and JL fpe cent* for each additional inserThose who send in their advertiseits, will please to mention, how often rirish them inserted, otherwise they be continued until forbid, and charg iceordingly-

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tall and Winter GOODS- Humphreys & Conrad, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 December 1817

tall and Winter GOODSHumphreys & Conrad , ve received at their store in this lace, opposite the court-house, and arc opening a large and splendid assortment of MERCHANDIZE. B lOIXOWINO CATALOGUE COMiSES A PART OF THEIR SELECTION: n superfine and second cloths, üble mill’d drabs, lies' habit and pelisse cloths, icrfine and second quality cassimeres, iting, bear and lion skins, irsted and cotton cords, nts and velveteens, I and green baizes, tweens, lutestring, satins, double lorence and roanteaus, lies’ and gentlemen’s silk, kid, and eifer. gloves, hlinen and sheeting, ile linen and diaper, ilia sheeting, duck and dowlas, icrfine white Marseilles, toilenctts, oyal rib, swandowu and florentine ««ings, tino and cassimere, coburg, cotton, iventcen and damask shawls; bansnno and flag handkerchiefs, and a uiety of cotton ditto, is muslins, elegant embroidered Inis scarfs, shawls and handkerchiefs, wrrahs, baftert and saunas, ssed and undressed cambricks, “<s poilam ...

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Governors Message, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 December 1817

Governors Message, Council Chamber, Dec. 1, 1817. follow Citizens cf the Senate, and of the hotite of Delegate*, In discharge of ray duty, iu conform! ty to the established custom of all ray predecessors in office, 1 venture to address a few reir.aiks to you upon the commencement of jour legislative labors,—l he happy constitution under which we live has moat wisely provi* ded against the innumerable evils which would have resulted from blending executive, legisla ire and judicial powers and duties. ' The executive, at all times sctupulous'y leg. ruing the constitution or form of government, consecrated in their alfectious by its being an inheritance, which descended to them from their revolutionary fathers, securing tu them their rights and liberties; aim witnessing, us they have done, under tin. wisdom of its institutions the rapid advancement of the state to the bigii and honorable reputation which it sustains, would be the last to encroach upon its principles. They would thercfo...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 December 1817

Hcuse and Lot for Sale. THE subscriber will tell that very commodious two sto*y bouse, built of stone on Loudoun street, now occupied by Thos. R, Mott, esq. The lot is well situated and improved with a good brick kitchen, a bi ick stable and A good log meal house thereon. The above will be sold cheap; negroes will be received in payment for the same. The subscriber is authorized to hire an excellent BLACKSMITH, fot the. ensuing year, together with a commodious brick shop in Leesburg, with two fires and two setts of tools. On the lot is a good coal house, and a good pump, which is in order. John A. Binns. Leesburg, December Iff.

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From the Philadelphia Democratic Press, IMPORTANT FROM FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 December 1817

From the Philadelphia Democratic Press, IMPORTANT FROM FRANCE. It is stated in the late accounts from Francci that when the resignation of the Due de Feltre was made known to the Duke of Wellington, he protested against the measure, and threatened that, if accepted, it would be considered as a measure of hostility (tj England. The French ministry replied, that as Frenchmen, undeterred by menaces, they would pursue such measures as the interests of France dictated, and that the resignation of the Due de feltre would be received the next morning and that Gouvton 6't. Cyr would be appointed in his place. fhe ministry have also recommended to the king the adoption of the tri*colored the national colors—a complete act ot amnesty t,o be passed, and the emigrants to be permitted to return. The old veterans are also to be taken into the service in the room of the young men who have been placed in their stations. 1 hese are important indications of the state of public opinion in France, and ...

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internal resources. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 December 1817

internal resources. Raleigh, JV. C. J'tov. 29—Among the numerous productions to which the soil and climate of North Carolina are favorable, it is now found that the sugar cane may now be added. Several fine stalks, raised in Brunswick county, not far from Wilmington, are now in the possession of col. Wm. Polk ol this city. They are from seven to eight feet in height, and although cons'derably dried, remain about two inches in diameter. The present is the second year of the experiment —only a few plantings having been at first obtained—but the enterpiizing gen- ! tJeman who has made the attempt, calcu- ' iates on making sugar his staple crop for the approaching year. 'J’he stalks that I have seen are certainly Very luxuriant; and I have understood from gentlemen .acquainted with the c ulture and growth of the article that there can; be no doubt of its complete success in the lower parts of the state

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BANK OF THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 December 1817

BANK OF THE UNITED STATES. The following list of the branches of the bank of the United States, now in operation may not be unacceptable to the public, who have not before had them in one view. Officers of discount and deposit are in operation at Portsmouth, New-Hampshire, Boston, Massachusetts, Providence, Khode-lsland, Middletown, Connecticut, New -York, New* York, Baltimore, Maryland, Washington .District of Columbia, Richmond, Virginia, Norfolk, Virginia, Charleston, South Carolina, Savannah, Georgia, New-Orleans, Louisiana, Cincinnati, Ohio, Lexington, Kentucky. Branches have been also established at Louisville in Kentucky, Chilicothe in Ohio, Pittsburg in Pennsylvania, Fayetteville in North-Carolina, and Augusta in Georgia, which are not yet but soon will be in operation.

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GENIUS OF LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 December 1817

GENIUS OF LIBERTY. TUESDAY, DEC. 23. COLONIZATION. At a meeting of the citizens of Lou doun county at the court house (pursuant to notice) on the 13th December, 1817, to take into consideration the expediency of forming themselves into a society, auxiliary to the Washington Colonization society. The rev’d John Minns was called to the chair and Thomas R. Mott appointed secretary. The object of the meeting being stated by the president. ’1 he flowing resolutions were adopted: 1 st. Resolved, that for war tof the necessary information on the subject, it is not expedient at this time to organise this society. 2nd. Resolved, that George Carter, Lewis P. W. Batch, John Hose, John Mendenhall andJohp M Cormick be and they are hereby appointed a committee to collect and publish thiough the medium of the newspapers such infoimalion with regard to the colonization of the free people ol colour in this countiy as they may deem proper and to recommend the subject to the consideration of the peopl...

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TREASURY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 December 1817

TREASURY REPORT. By the report of the secretary of the tieasury the permanent annual revenue amounts to 824,525,000, This sum is derived, from the customs g20, 000,000 ; from internal duties 82,500,000; from public lands g 1,500,000; from Bank dividends g490,000; from postage, &c. g35,000. The same amount is estima* ted for the year 1818, to which add the balance in the treasury on the first of January next, 6 000,000, and the whole will amount to 50,535,P00. ■ The secretary has estimated the probable authorized demands upon the treasury, during the succeeding year, at 831,946,351, Of this sum the civil, miscellaneous, diplomatic, and foreign intercourse amount to 2,069,843—the military service, including the arrearage of 8500,000, to 6,265,132—the naval service, including one million for the gradual increase of the navy, to 3,511,376 the public debt 10,000,000, which being deducted from the estimated amount in the treasury, leaves, on the first day of January, 1819, a b...

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IMPORTANT ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 December 1817

IMPORTANT ANNIVERSARY. "" e arc happy to find that the anniversary of great events are duly noticed bV our brethren of the east. The Colunibian Register of New-Haven, Con has given a detail of that illustrious assemblage of pat-rzo/.ic personages, who met at Hartford on the 15th December 1814. Its name, who composed it, where and when it met should be made known annually by every American editor in the United States, that the rising generation may have and receive profit thereby. In short its meritoiious achievements should be handed down to the latest posterity, fie it known then that the Were* England Convention met at Hartford, December 15, 1814—that George Cabot of Massachusetts, was president—that Theodore Dwight of Connecticut, was secretary—that VVm. Prescott, H. G. Otis, Timothy Bigelow, Stephen Longfellow, D. Waldo, toat.Dane, Hodijah Baylies, Samuel S. Wilde, Jos. Lyman and Josh. Thomas were members from Mass—that Dan. Lyman, Sam. Ward, Ben. Hazard and Ned. Marston were me...

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SOUTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 December 1817

SOUTH AMERICA. By the last accounts from the south the patriot cause was flourishing.— 1 heir successes had elated them with a new spirit. Safety and aboundance crowned their efforts. They have al. ready penetrated as far as Orituco in the province of Caracas. The following extracts are dated the last of Sept, “General Zaraza, with 2,000 horses, is on the other side on the way to Orituco. General Bermudez, with 2,000 infantry, 100 dragoons, and 4 field pieces, sets out to-morrow (22d) to incorporate his forces with those of the former, and occupy Calabozo and San Carlos, where they must be joined by general Paez, with 2,000 horses. General Monagas is ordered to take possession of Barcelona with his brigade and 300 infentry. Ihe main body of the army, commanded by the general in chief, Simon de Bolivar, is preparing to march immediately—the squadron and 2,000 warriors will bf, left to protect this province. By next December the tri colored flag wilt be seen waving triumphantly in Car...

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Congressional Sumraaiy.- [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 December 1817

Congressional Sumraaiy.- Monday 8. A bill from the comii appointed to enquire into the expedii of a commutation of bounty laming ed to soldiers, was reported, read ti referred to a committee of the whole ordered to be printed A resolution then introduced requesting theprd to lay before the house any infonai he may possess and think propertoa municate, relative to the proceeding certain persons who took possess# Amelia Island, last summer and nd* establishment there—and also reM* an establishment made at Galv«» the limits of the United States «»•< tend, by persons of the same deptiijl —together with the reason whytef ordered to be stippreased. The last) of this resolution caused some debit* the course of which Mr. Forsyth a! to strike it out. Mr. Holmes ino« lay the resolution on the table until president’s report on Mr. Robe® resolution should be received. Whj . son felt assured that the president disposed to favor the patriots Sid our government had, in every cl#* ed an ...

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Virginia Legislature. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 December 1817

Virginia Legislature. Thursday, Dec. ll.—After attending to sundry resolutions k petitions of a local and private nature, leave was given to bring in a oill to amend and explain the act passed Slst Dec. 1805, for establishing a turnpike road from the head of Roanoke river over the Allegany mountains. A writ of election to supply the vacancy occasioned by the death of J. F. Bayne of Accomack county, was issuedto the sheriff of said county. The committee of schools and colleges were called upon, by resolve, to enquire what had become of the funds belonging to the Richmond Academy, which were derived by lottery. The same committee were instructed to prepare a bill appropriating the money in the hands of the agent of the overseers of the poor in Northumberland county, arising from the sale of glebe lands for the endowment of an academy, Stc. An attempt was made to discharge the committee to whom was referred the report of the rewisors of the laws of this state, from acting further upon ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 December 1817

C. J. Ki/guur is appointed an Associate Judge of the 3d Judicial District of Maryland, vice K. H. Harwood, resigned. William Gray is unanimously re-elect-ed President 'of the Branch Bank at Boston, and Janies A. B. Buchanan ofthat at Baltimore. Isaac Lawrence is appointed President of the Office of Discount and Deposit in New-York, in the place of John Jacob Astor, declined. Horace Holley, a. clergyman, of Boston is chosen President of the Transylvania university, in Kentucky. A society is forming in Philadelphia fur, the aid and encouragement of emigrants from Ireland. Lire.— Byrd C. Willis’ elegant establishment near Fredericksburg, was destroyed by fire on the 10th inst. The building was insured. Bonaparte.— -By the last accounts from St. Helena, we learn that Bonaparte was suffering under a light touch of the liver complaint, provisions were said to be very scarce on the Island—No won der the liver complaint prevailed. It is said that Joseph Bonaparte has offered two millions of...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 December 1817

HYMEXIJI L. Married —On Thursday the 18th inst. by the rev.Mr. Littlejohn, Mr. Leokarb T. Wheeler to Mifs M aky Ann 80ruER. —On the same day by tbeeame, - Mr. Isaac Schell to Miss Margaret Dorson. —— On the same day, by the same, Mr. Josiah Hood to Miss Nancy Jones, Masonic Notice. THE brethren of the Masonic fraternity belonging to Salem lodge are respectfully informed that the anniversary ol St. John will be celebrated at Middleburg, on Saturday the 27th inst. The procession will be forihed at ten o’clock at Mr. Upp’s inn,from whence it will pro ceed to the meeting house where an address suitable for the occasion will be delivered by brother Thos. W. Smith —- Distant brethren are solicited to attend, JAS. SIMPSON, Stc’ry. December 25. PUBLIC SALE. WILL be soldlit the house of Ellis Jenkins, in the county of Loudoun, on the road between Leesburg and Enoch Francis bringe, near Goose creek, on the 1 8th December next, if fair, if not the next fair day, two tracts of land, one contain...

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THE RECESS/ [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 December 1817

THE RECESS/ Prom the Berkshire Star. SONNET TO WINTER. PALL'N are (he hours of the glorious Faded is the verdure of the waving grove, Nought but the ravages of time appear Where meek-ey’d contemplation lov'd to rove. Save that amidst the desolated seene. Yon lofty pine its tow’ring branches rears. Whose head adorn’d with never fading green, The dreary prospect of the forest cheers. Thus, when corroding cares disturb our rest, And aggravated sorrows rend the breast, Fair hope can heal the anguish of the heart; With magic power departed peace restore, ' Forir 1 despair, instruct us to adore, Aifd consolation to the wretch impart.

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