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

0pposites.— A good wife should be like three things; which three things she should not be like. First—She should be like a snail to keep within herown house; butshe shouid hot be like a snail to carry all she has up oh her back. Secondly—She should be like an echo, to speak when spoken to; but she shouid *h>( be like an echo, always to have the last word. Thirdly—She should be like a townclock, always to keep time and regularity; but she should not be like a town-clock to speak so loud that all the town may hear her. KECIPK FOH Tar ASTHMA. Cut a Turkey Ftg in halves; put a spoonful of sulpiier iiib.de; and eat them in that slate*— Host. Ini. To prevent the Cramp.— Tie your garter smooth and tight below your knee, at going to bed. 1 never knew this fail. Dr. Wesley. To cure the Crah’p —I hafe the part with Hungary water;«<r hold a roll of brimstone in your hand. 1 have frequently done this with succes*.— Sue D\s/irit.— ‘How can yen, my dear, p refer/luncft to wi...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 December 1817

Military Bounty Land. OXHKIIAL LANS OFFICE,) 35 th Sept. 18 ir. $ ' NOTICE.—The lands in the Illinois territory, appropriated for bounties for military strvjces having been surveyed, and the surveys received at this office the distribution of the said lands, by lot, aureeabiy to law, will commence at this office on the first Monday in October next. 1 he surveys of military bounty lands in Missouri territory are expected in a few months, when a similar distribution will take place, of which timelv notice will be given in the newspapers.' 1 hose Who wish to locate their warrants in Mis souri territory, may send them after the publication of that notice. Every soldier of the late army who has received from the Department of War a land warrant or a notification that it is deposited in this office, may obtain a patent by sending to this office the 'warrant of notification, first writing on it. “To be located in the Illinois lerritory and the patent to be sent to the post office at—" •Sig...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 December 1817

Ode-Land Farm for Silt. THIS farm is situated on the mein road leading from Hay' Market to Fredericksburg and it twenty two miles from the latter place, containing 750 Acres; 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 jeen 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 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 Sc seed wheat, both of which shall be had at a reasonable price, he can go to seeding by the middle of Septemb...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 December 1817

For Sale, A TRACT OF LAND, Containing by survey 366-t acres, situate at the twenty-seventh mile stone, Little River turnpike, Loudoun county, Va. This tract exclusive of about twenty acres, is covered with heavy and substantial timber, which with its vicinity to the markets of the district, and the growing scarcity of timber, particularly in the adjacent neighborhood, render it extremely valuable. 'I he land, generally, is of a very good quahty. 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 m Leesburg, or to the ed itor of this paper. WILLIAM H. LANE. October 31 [tf. NOTICE. THE stockholders of the Leetburg Turnpike Company') will to take notice, that an election will be held at the court house in Leetburg , on Tuesday the 30th 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. SAMI.CAK...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 December 1817

FOR A lot of land former]* . Benj. Tompkina near ing about Two Acres, There it two log dwelling small brick house and a •tahiT' same, and two excellent a good spring, and a n^, n trees. This stand is well cskiL a tavern being on ‘he main *2l Leesburg to Winchester, t£l and other particulars, apply , , Roberta living on Mr. John cJi about two miles from Leesbiwlj JOfW W , LITTUm -October 14.—[3w. Was Committed To the jail of this county, on inst. a negro man who calls him»_ hampton] and says he belongs to Carter Q s Richmond—he is five feet Bor i « high, vcfjr black, has a small forehead, his clothing, an old blfe gray cassinet pantaloons and «T and an old wool hat. The quested to come forward, prov* » ty, pay charges, and take him«w|« erwise he will be dealt with si directs. EDW.HAMMAT.j of Loudoun county, November 11.—tf. NOTICE. The stockholders of the _ Turnpike Company will please notice that their second instalmcniili dollars on each share of stock by f subscribed, is required ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 December 1817

Ithb genius of liberty. "TuULUSHED bV SAMUEL B.T. CALDWELL, LEESBURG, Va. PROMULGATOR OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. tuns DAT, DECEMBER 30, 1817. [No. 33. JO b-

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ACTS OF CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 December 1817

ACTS OF CONGRESS. BY AUTHORITY. Retaliation Jor the admission of the Stale of Alississipfii into the Union, Whereas, in pursuance of an oct of Congress, passed on the first day of March, one thousand eight hundred am: seventeen, entitled “An act to enable the people of the western part of the Mis sissippi Territory to form a constitution and state government, and for the admission of such state into the union on an equal footing with the original states, ’ the peopleof the'said territory did on the fifteenth day of August, in the present year, by a convention called for that purpose, form for themselves a constitution and state government whichconatitution and state government, so formed, is republican and in conformiiy to the principles of the articles of compact between the original states and the people and states in the territory northwest of the river Ohio, passed on the thirteenth day of July, one thousand seven hundred and eighty seven. Resolved , hy the Senate and House of R...

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I Summary of the Revolution in New Grenada. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 December 1817

I Summary of the Revolution in New Grenada. New Grenada comprehends the provinces situated between Guatemala, Venezuela, and Peru, 23 in number, viz. Pamplona, Cassamarc, Tunja, Socorro, Mariquila, Cundinamarca, Antioquara, Popayan, Neyva, Cboco, Carthagena, Hiobucha, Santa Martha, Panama, Veraguas, Quito, Quixos, Maynus, Guayaquil, Cuenca, Loxa, and Jaen. As the coast of Venezula presents itself on the cast, that of Grenada fills up the outline ■to the west of the Caribean sea, and across the Isthmus ot Darien almost to the equator in the Pacific Ocean. Its population is staled at 2 1-2 millions, of whom about 23,000 inhabit the capital, Santa, Pe de iiugota. Here the revolution was con ten pciary, and intimately combined with that of Venezuela. We have seen that the insurgent chiefs, when defeated in the lacier, recruited their ranks for other 'operations in thus former. As in Venezuela, too, several of the provinces differed from the central Juntb'of Santa Fe, Santa Marta Continu...

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Source: Library of Virginia
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Summary of the Revolution in Buenos Ayres and Chili, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 December 1817

Summary of the Revolution in Buenos Ayres and Chili, Our author now carries us fiotn thinorth to the southern' extremity of the vast South Atoerican Continent. The dio de la Plata, bounded by Braz'l, Pero -hi li, and Patagonia, contains twenty provinces divided into high and low, as they embrace or recede from the Andes t he high provinces arc Moxosand Chi mitos, Apolobamba, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, La Paz. Cochab. mba, Corangas, Misqtie, Paria, Charcas, Potosi, and Ala cams, the low are Tarija, Salta, Paraguj, 1 ucumahj Cordova, Cuyo, Entretios, iXlontev dto or Banda Oriental and Buenos Ayres. The population amounts to i,3oo,ooo—Lucnus Ayres, the capital contains 60,000. Buenos Ayres was the ceiiiie of the revolution in this region, and as in evety other, there were enaiess divisions and quarrels. Within itself Were several factions, and it had •he battie to sustain right and left; towards upper Peru and Paragua against the royalists General Goyeneche, and afterwards. Pezuela, and ...

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Summary of the Revolution in Chili* [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 December 1817

Summary of the Revolution in Chili* In this province Vvhich lies between the ridge of the Andes and the Pacific and contains a population of 800,000 the revolt also commenced in 1810. It was chiefly conducted by three brothers of the name of Carrera, and other lead* trs, called O’Higgins and M’Kenna-—* These soon differed and fought when the royal army, invaded them from LU ma, and overran the country. The patsage of the Andes by the Peruvians, under San Martin, & a victory obtained by him at Chacobuco, in January last, again expelled the royalists.

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Summary of the Revolution iti Mexico. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 December 1817

Summary of the Revolution iti Mexico. The last province we have to notice ia Mexico or New Spain, separated from ali the others, and. as it were, upon another continent. This extensive country consists of two Captuin-Cct eralships, Mexico and Youcaum, and two Comtpan-dancies-Gcuerales, and theProvincias Interims Orientates, and the Provincias Internas Occidentalcs. The population if six millions, and the capital alone contains 140,000. The conspiracy her* was formed principally by Ike and its leader was Hidalgo, a curate of Dolores. One of his colleagues, Iturriaga, canon ef Valladolid, betrayed the secret on bis death.ked and precipitated the revolution before it was quite ripe. Hidalgo, however, inflamed the Indians, who flew to arms, and he soon found himself at the head of 100,000 men. Venegas, the new Viceroy appointed by the Regency at Cadic, opposed the rebels under, their clerical generalissimo, who appeared in a gcigeous uniform of blue with red facings, embroidered ’ whh g...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 December 1817

Was Committed o the jail of this county, on the 9th a negro man who calls himself HAMPTON hays he belongs to Carter B. Page of ■monel—he is five feet Bor 9 inches k, very black, has a small scar on his pKetl, his clothing, an old blue coat, h cuasinet pantaloons and waiscoat, [an old wool hat. The owner is related to come forward, prove properhay charges, and take him aw ay; othnse be will be dealt with as the law lets. EDW. HAM MAT, Jailor of Loudoun county. November 11.—tf. !ir th- !! Phasing at our distillery Mr. v v m m 01l . h °[ Sugar Land Run, also «Oat?L to ° ks niilI > «VE, CORN Wth. and Paying a liberal price Oitobe-Q, LEWIS MIX k Co. £ Gb »,us of Li-BERTT will be ted once a week on good medium . TWO DOLLARS per annum, I in advance, or TWO DOlSlUld FIFTV CEN TS, if not paid ‘ the expiration of the year. No will be discontinued until arrear|fe paid, except at the discretion : editor. will be inserted in .picuous manner, at one dollar per * for the three first ins...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 December 1817

PUBLIC SALE. WILL be told at the house of Ellis Jenkins, in the county of Loudoun, on the road between Leesburg and Enoch Francis bringe, near Goose creek, on the 18th December next, if fair, if not the next fair day, two* tracts of land, one containing Eighty-Eight Acres, lying about three miles below Leesburg, and adjoining the land of the said Ellis Jenkins. About half of this tract iscleared and the balance heavily timbered which being near the said town is very valuable, and through which the Leesburg turnpike is intended to be conduct cd. The other tract containing 257 Acres, being about four miles from Leesburg on both sides of the road leading from said town to the mill on Goose creek, formerly called Miller’s mill. About half of this tract is alsuVitarcd the balance well timbered, and if nioie convenient to purchasers, may be tnv.i ed into two farms. The terms of sale w t nl be one third of the purchase mmey.in hand, and the balance to two e> tal annual payments,...

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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 December 1817

General Summary. Three hundred thousand lives have loen sacrificed in this struggle, which for inhumanity and honor, will be an everlasting stain on mankind. Spanish America may be .considered as divided intu three great and independent parts, first, Mexico; second, Venezuela and Mew' Grenada; and third, Buenos AyrdU and Chili., In Mexico the revolution appears to be nearly the second mentioned, the island of Jdarga* pitta and tire provinces of Mjfracaybo, Cumana, Batinas, and C araullis, are in the power of the insurgentjimrider Bolivar, but New Granada huarneen subdued by the royalists; in the thftd division, the congress of hio de Jwllata rules the whole country, exccjpNLa Banda Orien tal, where the schisnmiics, under Ariigas, arc at >’ar avith t ot Poituguese —-1 he royalists frmn 1 a have retired to Potosi, and Chilifjfas been conquered by the bold expedufon of San Martin.—') he American sea#are swarming with privateers and grates o( every flag. J he principal navtll...

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I/GENIUS OF LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 December 1817

I/GENIUS OF LIBERTY. I Lt-isDAI, HIiC. 30. TO THE PUBLIC. 5 Tbk publication of my letter to fldr. John .VCaity was entirely unnecessary, and it was thcreloie that 1 d)d not pun- | lisb it. But 1 care nothing about it. , His to me be expressly authorized me i to publish, cr 1 most ceriaiidy would not have published it. | 1 n mine 1 stated that a base calumny ■ had been picpaguted against me, and that his name hud been used to give currency and stiength to it. it was ihe use made of his name that induced rue to notice the calumny at ail. And I up- ■ plied to him to say that be did not au-' thorizc his name to be used to sanction that calumny, and thus ‘-to contradict the impression” which the propagators of it were endeavoring to produce uy the Use ot his name, “or to enable me to uo it upon his authority.” He expressly declares that “he never did sanction the calumny ol any printer against me.”— 'lbis was a tliitcl answer to my application. it was all 1 asked of him. If however,) hav...

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IMPORTANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 December 1817

IMPORTANT. Our conditions require fifty cents extra of those who have not paid up in advance Or during the year;j but being willing to extend the day qf grace, we would inform those in arrears that TWO DOLLARS only will be required if paid on or before January court. This day completes the first year ol the Genius of Liberty. An opportunity has been offered to judge of its merits and demerits. The editor has endeavor, ed, as far as possible, to follow the course marked out in bis editorial address in the first number. Private character unconnected with the public weal, has not been assailed. Indefatigable pains have I been taken to render the columns of the | Genius interesting and amusing. The extreme barrenness of what is too gener* ally deemed im/iortant newt has been | supplied by political, miscellaneous, and literary matter. He has occasionally resorted to satire, the must effectual weapon to wield against the “wilfully blind Ec wofully ignorant.” A corner has been dedicated t...

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FOREIGN SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 December 1817

FOREIGN SUMMARY. Nothing of muli interest to the Americun reader, is transpiring in Europe. No debates in par.iair.ent to interest—no battles by sea or land to astonish us.— We have occasional rumors of anticipated battles to set our imaginations on ti/i--ttti but anon they vanish into thin air.— To-day Spain is marching a powerful force against Portugal to avenge the occupation of Montevideo by their troops —lomcriow the thing is not known or tacitly slumbers. To day a fleet sails to aid the roy al cause in South America—tomorrow it is only known that' such a rumor baa been. To day the East India company are buried in all the horrors of war with the Mahiattas—tomorrow ! tomorrow is yet in the womb of futurity and what if may bring forth, relative to this India war is altogether uncertain but the details hang badly together. The principal official information, derived from the English papers at present, consists of treason, murder, robbery, boxing matches, ict. &c. One p...

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DOMESTIC SUMMARI [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 December 1817

DOMESTIC SUMMARI General Gaines has had another mish with the'lndians. 'lheir rould not be ascertained corrw | The whites had one killed andu three wounded. General G. hid i two boats to the assistance ofi ! Muhlenburg who was ascendmgU l er to join him. One of them *# | men was attacked and the whole i I cred, except 6, within 12 miles of | Scott, joining had been heard ) ; the other boat.-r-lt is rumored that I Hugot the British minister at Wails ] ton has entered a protest again# coming into possession of the Fl# jby purchase or otherwise. Qwn, i will Mr. Bagot or his government! . should we purchase or take the H , das? Have they any right by the In nations, or by the law of reason and j tice to interfere at all? >’o, we hu ! presume not.—The law regulatings est has been abolished in the sale ; Mississippi; and the ra'e is left tote tablishcd by the parties concerned, shall soon be able to decide on tbejx of this measure, and possibly old Vn j ia may receive a lesson ...

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