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Virginia Legislature. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 January 1818

Virginia Legislature. , Tuesday, Dec. 83.—* The business befpre the legislature Ait day is not very interesting. Several bill* were present* ed, and a number pasted their first and second stages; but being of a Icoal and private nature yie shall not take up room to detail them. The house in commit* tee the whole took up the revised bills respecting the superiot.courts of Jaw and other inferior courts. Several*- amend* nients were made which were duly re* ported to th« house and laid on the table. Wednesday 24.—ihe above le vised bills Were ordered to be engrossed and read a third time. The house then, in ctunmittee of the whole took up revised bills concerning the adjournment & places of Session ofuicuit courts, fc, concerning grand June's, petit juries and venire men, ordered them to be engrossed and read a third time. The engrossed bills concerning the court of appeals and the geqepil court weie read a third time and passed. The house adjourned to liiciay. AN ACT Conte...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
LIST Op LETTERS [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 January 1818

LIST Op LETTERS Remaining in the post-effiee at Leesburg Va. on the Ist January, 1816, -which if not taken up before the Ist Jpril next, iciU be sent to the general postoffice oj dead letters. ' ®*. v Samuel Blinker, Edwstd Burnham, 3; David boss, David F, Beall, Min .Eliza Bailey. John Burket, David Beaty, Rich* ard Brown, Sampson Biincoe, 8j Ausmusc Baty, Mary Durkins, John L. Berkley, Mias Ann R. Bennett. : ■ " C * *ftihn F. Clarke, Jno. Cummins, James Cunningham,.David Conner, John Car* pu ter, Mahald Combs. ; m D. Jonas Davis, Thomas B. Dailey, -Thomas Lames, Levi Davis, Miss Mary A. Davis. ' '• E. . ' Henry Ellis, Capt. Joseph Edwards Jor.aihan Ewers. • F. V 1 George Fielder, Susanna Fenley, Andrew Tinlon, sen*r. • G. Joseph Garrett, Lewis Grigsbyf Elijah Graham, John Graham, Wm. Gilbrore. ' ! ' H. James H. Hamilton, 8; Isaac Harris, I 3; Lucy Hough, Andrew Hiles, John | Hall, Mrs. Mm. Hume, Jean Hawling; Daniel Handley, John Hoff, George Har- ! ris. ' ' 1 ' ■ I ■' . *&amp...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 January 1818
Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 January 1818

Two Hundred Dollars Reward. •_■ _ » ; AiscoKors, during'my absence from liorile, in August last, a slaVe banked ' His colour is a very dark mulatto ap» preaching nearly or quite to a black,— He is five feet 8 or 9 inches high; he stoops in the shoulders, is of thin visage and habit of body; has a downcast look, end stammers in his speech. He is'between 25 and SO years of age. No particular mark or scar recollected, unless there is one upon one or trio ofi the fingers of the left hand occasioned by a se* vere bruise; it is believed that the nails of t. ose fingers ape 1 will give Jiffy dollars reward to any person who will secure him in’ any jail softhat 1 recover him, if he is apprehended in’Virginia; one hundred dollars if apprehended in Mainland, or the district of Columbia,.nr two hundred dollars if apprehended in Pennsylvania or in any other state or territory. And in cither case 1 will pay all reasonable charges in addition if be is brought home to nte. ’ •> ARMISTEA...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 January 1818

The Leesburg Botel and Coffey BY SAMVEL M. EDWARDS, Who begs leave to inform the public that, having purchased the property lately occupied by Mr. H. Peera, aitwaied on the main street leading Irons Wintheater to Alexandria, Geo. Town and the City- of Washington, be intends keeping its for the 'accommodation of those who may favour him with thdir Custom; and having provided, and intend ingtukesp constantly , Liquors of the beet quality, good beds *i.d beding, good servants, and a plentiful supply «l Cists and Hay, he hopea to merit the patron* age of the public, assuring all who may think proper to call on him, that no exertion on his part shall be wanting, to render them comfortable. jLeesburg, Vs. January 6, 1818.—St. P. S. 1 will give the highest price in CAbH for goqci, new ILAI HLhb. *• >. ' b.M, £, ■ •• The arrival and departure qf the mail* , at, ' and from the Leitburg , Fa'. Mails for Washington City, Alexandria, Richmond, North and booth Carolina, and Georgia wi...

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TH& tTCBfSr.; >T. K ' * 7K [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 January 1818

TH& tTCBfSr.; >T. K ' * 7K ctuiimKfiTkti, LOVE’S YOUNG DREAM. Oh,the daysare gone wliepbeauty bright 4 My heart’s chain wove. When my dream of life, from morn ’till 1 night, Wt| lavs, still love. Mew hopes may bloom, Of milder, calmer beans, ■ Rot them’s nothing half So sweet la life , As love’s yeuaff dream. ‘(hough the herd tea purer flame may When wild youth > past, Tho' he win the wise who frown’d before To imileat last, He’ll never meet A joy so sweet, J in all his noon of fame, As whep first he sung To Woman’s ear 1 His soul-felt flame. Ohl that hallowed form it ne’er forgot, Which first lore trac’d, Still it lingering haunts the greenest spot In memory'# waste. *Twaa odour fled As soon at shed, *Twas morning’s winged dream, T was a light thal ue’er Can shine again. On life’s dull stream. The following love song should be read with the strictest attention by many of our modem loving beaux, who are Reeking for golden charms; and who would not a...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 January 1818

THE LADIES. A solitary philosopher would imagine ladies born with an exemption from care and sorrow, lulled in perpetual quiet and feasted with umningled pleasure,—for what can interrupt the contentment of those upon whom one age has labored' after another to confer honors and accu: mujate immunities, those to whom rudeness is infamy, and insult cowardice; whose eye commands the brave, and whose srtule soften the severe; whom the sailor travels to adorn, the soldier bleeds to defend, and the poet wears out bis life to celebrate; who claim tribute from every art and science, and for whom all who approach endeavor to multiply delighU without requiring any return but willingbe pleased.— [Johtuon,

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I I I ill, II IB I „ i Wa«Eepw«fenL C.' & > » r i TCf W [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 January 1818

I I I ill, II IB I „ i Wa«Eepw«fenL C.' & > » r i TCf W fcoiiw * s*#****All pefooos interested in obtaining Warrants for Military Bounty Land due-to the aoMicrs of the fate Army of •ho United Mates, are requestefl fo take particular notice of the above caption or title, in order to distinguish between the information that lssu& frost this ornca and the instructions given by the commissioner of thx General Lamp Orncc attached to the TEiAsußv nepabtmemt, from whence the patents, or DEFiNiTiTB titlns to the land here spoken of, as well as of all other lands sold and ceded by the United States must issue. 1 The present notice appears to be, necessary, from errors that bbTS frequently occurred of late in the proceedings of perseos who have lost or pretend to have lost, an “honorable discharge,” or the evidence of a military land warrant which has been issued upon such a discharge. A special law wrr made by congress for the relief of persons Who huge bon...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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BT,THE TRESWEA'T OP THE umrkb states. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 January 1818

BT,\THE TRESWEA'T OP THE umrkb states. Whereas by an act of congress pass* ed on the third day of March, one thousand eight hundred and fifteen, entitled "an act to provide for the ascertaining and surveying of the boundary lines fixed by the treaty With the Creek Indianaand for other purposes, *’ the presiden, of the United Slates, is authorized to cauae the lands acquired by the said treaty to be offered for sale, when sur veyeds and whcheat the landa north of the Tennessee River baVe been surveyTherefore I Janes Monroe, President of the United States, in conformity with the said act, do hereby declare and make anown, that public sales, for the disposaagreeably to few) of-the lands in A label ma Territory, north of the River Tennese#shall be held at Huntsville, in Madison County, in said Territory, viz. on the first Monday in February next, for the lands contained in the ranges numbered, one, two, three, four, five, and six; and on the first Monday in March next, for the remainder...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 January 1818
Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 January 1818

Military Bounty Land, CENTRAL LAND OFFICE,? 3S/A Sefit. 1817. $ NOTICE-—The lands in the Illinoi, territory appropriated for bounties for military services having been surveyed and the surveys received at this office, the distribution of the said lands, by lot, agreeably.to law, will commence at this office on the first Monday in October next. The surveys of military bounty lands in Missouri territory are expected in a few months, when a similar distribution will take place, of which timely notice will be given in the newspapers.' Those who wish to locate their warrants in Missouri territory, may send them qfter the publication of that notice. Every soldier of the late army who has received from the Department of Warja land warrant or a notification that it is deposited in this office, may obtain » patent by sending to this office the war* rant of notification, first writing on it “To be located in the Illinois terrhora and the patent to be sent to the post office at-——*’ Signed The...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 January 1818

there is a good reserve of ’ (say 300 acres) and several ifcy springs, with branches runnia the land to produce water for* soil in its original state was,, but some part of U has jeeii 2 pushed; however front a smaHL has been made it i« found to foj dupted to clover and plainer, t, nure kindly and holds a good to. ty years cultivated in com ternatcly and the third year which affords no rest, I hav*| the fly-proof wheat for aaediiM gentleman of veracity, who vil, the pure grain, and. as it is the purchaser of the fond sfoi with it the growing crop of conk wheat, both of which shall ba> 1 ■ easonable price, he can go by the middle of Septcmb omplete possession by the October. Therefore the earl, plication'the better. The bull from 3400, to 3000 dollars, , a Dwellipg, Kitchen and Smofoi which is not much the worse of i the furniture is good which vriDd the purchaser, and may be had i__ reasonable terms. 1 shall makes lice of this property in order tod,a thing for my young br...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 13 January 1818

THE genius op liberty. UV SAMVEL B. T. CALDWELL, LEESBURG, VA. PUBLISHER OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. VOL. HO TUESDAY, JANUARY IS, 1818* [NO. 2,

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coatditiojvs. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 13 January 1818

coatditiojvs. <a{. Ctnivt or Libeutt will be BiheU once n week on good medium ■t TWO DOLLARS per annum, !h|e in advance, or TWO UOLRS and FIFTY CENTS, if not paid K the expiration of the year. No «r will be discontinued until arrearI are paid, except at the discretion ,e editor. DtEBTtsEMEWTs will be inserted in nipicuous manner, at one dollar per lie for the three first insertions, and tyftve ceali for each additional inserThose who send in their advertiseiti, will please to mention how often r wish them inserted, otherwise they I* continued until forbid, and charg. iccordingly. y> Ml communications and letters or, wm must be—POST I 1 AID.

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list of letters [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 13 January 1818

list of letters naming in the post-office at Leesburg ’u. on the Isf January, 1818, which not taken up before the Ist April txl, will be sent to the general postfkc as dead Utters. B. imuel Blinker, Edward Burnham, 9; id Boss, David F. Beali, Miss Eliza ey.John Uurket, David Beaty, Rich* Brown, Sampson Hlincoe, 8; Aus* e Baty, Mary Burkins, John L. kley, Mia* Ann R. Bennett, C. ohn F. Clarke, Jno. Cummins, James mingham, David Conner, John Car, er, Mahald Combs. D. dms Davis, Thomas B. Dailey aus Dames, Levi Davis, Miss Mary E. *O7 Ellis, Capt. Joseph Edwards Uhan Ewers. F. tprge Fichter, Susanna Fcnley, Anr Finton, senT. G. >«eph Garrett, Lewis Grigsby, Elijah Min, John Graham, Wm. Gilmore. H. wits 11. Hamilton, 8; Isaac Harris, ■“7 Hough, Andrew Hiles, John ■11?' Hume, Jean Hawling; Handley, John Hoff, George HarD. !*>• I.icfcey, Wm. B. Lane, Capt. f l« Lewis. M. mesMcßeynolds, Richard Martini, Mossburg, Janies McKinney* 5 WcDoiial, Raines McClanc, Thos. l%&a...

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Auctioneer and Commission Business, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 13 January 1818

Auctioneer and Commission Business, THE citizens of Leesburg and its vi* cinity are respectfully informed that the Subscriber has taken a room in Rigger’s corner at the corner of Market and King street and directly opposite Mr. MrCormick’s, where he will attend to the auctibn and commission business in all its variety. Regular sales will be msdc every Saturday at 12 o’clock. Persons who have articles to sell can deposit them at any time previous, where they will be safely kept till the regular days of sale. ANDW. MONROE, January 6, UlB. N. B.—The subscriber will also eon, tinue to cry. sake in the country as usual* At- M--

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LAD S OF THE U. STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 13 January 1818

LAD S OF THE U. STATES. By Authority. A resolution directing a distribution of certain laws among the members and delegate*, of territories of the 15 th congress?' Be it malted by the Senate and Home of Representatives of the United State» of America in Concrete aetembled , That the secretary of state be directed to dis* tribute copies of the laws of the United States, published by Bioren & Co, among the members and delegates of territories, of the present congress, Who may not ivave received the same, in pursuance of any formeract or resolution of congress. Approved, December 33, 1817. JAMES MONROE. Resolution authorizing the distribution of certain Public Documents. Be noised, by the Senate and Home of Representatives of the. United Stales ej A' inerica in congress assembled , '1 hat the secretary of slate cause to be distributed one set of state papers and public docu. ments, printed by T. It. Wait Sc suns, in pursuance of acts of congress heretofore passed, to the Pr...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 13 January 1818

Two Hundred‘Dollars Reward. Aiscondrd, duringhny absence from home, in August last) a slave named ! JOE. His colour is a .very dark null alio approaching nearly or quite to a black*— He is five feet a or 9 inches high; he stoops in the shoulders, is of thin visage and habit of body; has a downcast look, I and stammers in his speech, lie is bej tween 25 and SO years of age. No particular mark or scar recollected, unless there is one upon one or two of the fin- ' gers of the left hand occasioned by a sei vere bruise: it is believed that the nails of I those hngers are disfigured. | 1 will give fifty dollars reward to any I person who will secure him in any jail iso thstl recover him,'if he is apprehended in Virginia; one hundred dollars if apprehended in Matyland,cr the district of Columbia, or two hundred dollars if apprehended in Pennsylvania or i,n any oilier state or territory. Ar.d in either case I wjll pay all reasonable charges in addition if he is brought home to me. i ARMISTE...

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St, fjtuU, JVov. 15. INDIAN riOHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 13 January 1818

St, fjtuU, JVov. 15. INDIAN riOHT. Irfcrmalion of a Shawane chief Vhe C herokees and their allies, with the lots of i matt killed and a few wounded, have 1 killed 83 and taketi upwatds of 100 of' • the confederacy, formerly mentioned" 5 with much plunder, and have destroyed* the crops and burnt the town of the Osageaiol Arkansas. It is alto said that a number of scalps taken from the whites were found with the baggage of the O•ages. From the Savannah Museum Dec. 25. T'i’om our attentive correspondent at St. Mary’s we have received two printed sheets from Eernandina, >iie dated the 9th, and the other the 1 -December,— 1 he one of the 9th contains the “Report of the committee appointed to frame the plan of a provisional government for the republic of Eloridas ” The government is to be democratic republican, divided into three equally independent departments—executive, legislative and judicial; the military to be the civil authority, the executive authority to be vested in a...

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