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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 February 1817
Farmers Attendl The subscriber has his mil) in com* plete repair for manufacturing wheat—has an industrious and attentive miller, to whose attention his own will be uni-ted-thankful for past favors he solicits a continuance. Persons who have borrowed flour, are notified that the wheat is wanting, and that it is not convenient to give longer indulgence; the highest price will be expected from now until paid. WM, H. HANDEY. Windsor Mills, Jan, SO, 1817—&gt;3t. Bargains! Bargains! The whole or any part of the proper ty 'ately advertised by me, will be offered to publick, if not sold at private sale, sometime in March —Terms one fourth in hand, the balance in three years, on giving satisfactory securityBENJ : H. CANBY. Leesburg. Jan. SO, 1817.—t. f. THOMAS SANDS AND ANDREW BIRDSALL, Take notice that on the 7th day of March next, at the house now occupied as a tavern by Solomon Sparrow, in the town of Queen Ann, in the county of Prince George and state of Maryland, between the Ho...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 February 1817
Ten Dollars Rew Ran away from Benjamin Prince William county, a few dayi fore Christmas, a negro man named EPHRAIM about S feet 10 inches high, stout n yellow complexion; very pleasant \ spoken to, subject to intoxication—ht write tolerably well &amp; has probably | ed a pass—be carried with him all cloathing, therefore it would be did to describe his dress—his father with mr. George Carter on Gooseci probably he may be lurking about t| The above reward will be given if t in this state and secured so that 1 him again or TWENTY DOLLAI taken out of the state. WILLIAM H. LEAC living about 6 miles from Leesbui Jan. 20, 1817.—3w. Valuable Mill to re The subscriber wishes to rent for years from the first of April next, valuable Mill, with the LOT AM THfc’R BUILDINGS attached to it, in the possession of Mr. Jehu Holii worth. Ihe mill is in the north lot Goose creek—runs two pair of I burrs, worked by two overshot wh with machinery in complete repair, in one of the best neighborhood...
CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 February 1817
CONDITIONS. Ik Cewios or Liberty will be |Ked once a week on good medium IHat TWO DOLLARS per annum, IHe in advance, or TWO DDLH and FIFTY if not paid SH the expiration of the year. No \ HBvill be discontinued until arrear* iKre paid, except at the discretion ■ editor. IHrEBTisRttEXTS will be inserted in manner, at one dollar per T for the three first insertions, and H /-five cents for each additional inser- ■ Those who send in their advertise* BH. will please to mention how often Wm ish them inserted, otherwise they EH: continued until forbid, and chargtHordingly. 1 iH* All communications and letters on must be—POST PAID .
FINANCES OF VIRGINIA. . ; REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 February 1817
FINANCES OF VIRGINIA. . ; REPORT O/the committee a/ifiointed to examine the treasurer*s accounts, } The joint committee of both houses have, according to order, examined the (jeasurer’s accounts, from the first day of Qct 1815. to the 30th day, of Sept. 1816, inclusive, and find that at the last settle* ipent of his accounts, on the 30th day of September. ISIS, there remained in the treasury a balance of ' $96,181,96 Since which time the treasurer had received on public accounts, the following sums. via: Revenue taxes of 1815 574,99.7 01 Arrears of taxes due prior to 1816 - - 30,383 53 Clerks and notaries 45,563 75. Inspectors of tobacco 12,906 68 Militia fines - - 4,836 48 Unappropriated land 3,367 16 On sundry accounts 34,331 53 Ptnitentiary agents 14,357 34 Fines, &amp;c. to the literary fund • - - 14,385 15 Delinquent lands - 37.080 46 Taxes on Iron , 3,423 37 Duties on stamps ’• ■ . 189 51 Dividends on bank stock 47,888 75 Taxes, on salt - - 600 70 Dividend on stock hel...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 February 1817
inford Edmonds, Cabinet Maker , Brandy for Sale . HE subscriber has for sale 300 gal apple, and 3 barrels of excellent h brandy, of the first and best quali which he will dispose of on modeterms. THOMAS MARKS, ear Hillsboro*, Loudoun ? county, February I*. J Negro Woman, pectfully informs his friends and iblic in general, that he has openCABINET SHOP, in the formerly occupied by John Mors a store and opposite the store of am Paxson, jr. where he intends •ry on the business in all its various lies. He has on hand a complete tment of good materials, also good men, who are able to manufacture a proper manner. Any person ng furniture, by applying to him, be accommodated on the shortest aterf'orei- ft*. • S—[tf For Sale . A likely, strong and healthy it thirty years of age; has been accused to out door and house work For ier particulars enquire of the editor iis paper, b. 18—tf. Wanted to hire n honest and industrious negro wo&gt;i that understands house-keeping, such a one good ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 February 1817
PROPOSALS,^ BT SAMUEL E. T, CALOWELI Leesburg, Va. For publishing by'subscription, a edition iff the MEMOIRS OF WILLIAM SAMPS) Including particulars of his advei in’various parts of Europe; his &lt; finement in the dungeons of th inquisition in Lisbon, &amp;c. SEVERAL ORIGINAL LET! Being his correspondents with the istcrs of state in Great Britain Portugal; A short sketch qf the HISTORY OF IRE LA particularly as it respects the spi British domination in that cou and a lew observations on the s of manners, &amp;c. in Americi HAVING obtained leave of the i to publish an edition of the above the editor with confidence appe; the public for patronage and supp the undertaking; being fully assure a work of such intrinsic value will i permitted any loiter to slumber arms of obscurity; One limited e only has been published, which ii entirely but of market. The authc been frequently solicited to publis other, but his professional calling hot permit. The edition that ha...
' JERUSALEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 February 1817
' JERUSALEM. The following description of modern Jerusalem is taken from Chateaubriand's travels in Palestine. The houses of Jerusalem are heavy square masses, very low, without chimneys or windows; they have flat terraces or domes on ( the top, and look like prisons or sepulchres' The whole would appear to the eye one interrupted level, did not the steeples of the churches, the minarets of the mosques, the summits of a few cypresses, and the clumps of nopals, break the uniformity of the plan— On beholding these stone buildings, encompassed by a stony country you are ready to inquire if they are not the confused monuments of a cemetery in the midst of a desert. Enter the city, but nothing will you there find to make amends for the dullness of its exterior. You loose yourself among narrow unpaved streets, here go ing up hill there down, the inequality of the ground, and you walk among clouds of dust or loose stones. Canvass stretched from house to house increases the glpom of this la...
OF NEUTRALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 February 1817
OF NEUTRALITY. . The bill lately passed by the house on representatives, and at present before the senate of the U. States, to repress pri vate expeditions for war, contains princi pies in our opinion at direct variance with the first rights of a free people. The former acts upon this subject were even more arbitrary in their nature, anjd imposed severer restrictions upon ou» citizens, than the laws of any of the governments of Europe. The Swiss held themselves responsible to no nation for the acts of their citizens. They declared to all the world that they were a free people. They permitted the citizens of any canton, to enter the service of any foreign power which might invite them- It was not uncommon to see in the towns of Switzerland, recruiting parties from two foreign powers at war with each other; but on terms of amity with the Swiss. Why should the citizens of the United States not enjoy the same rights and privileges? Why should the ambassador either of Great Britain, r ra...
GENIUS OF LIBERTY [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 February 1817
GENIUS OF LIBERTY LEE SB UR O, VIR GIN I Tuesday, February 35. J TO JOHN M". SJVOIDER. “O, thoul whose daring works sublii Defy the rudest rage of time, Say!—-for the world is with conjectu dizzy, Did Mousehole give the birth, or M gizzy?° PINDA In commencing ray editorial laboi was my most earnest wish to avoid a cation, particularly with those poll animals who are constantly yelping barking at imaginary bug-bears; bi self-defence is the first law of natal shall occasionally flagelate the crest into silence, unless, peradventUre, should be infested with the hydro/M in that case their career is short, being the first attack, 1 shall be as lei as possible, and before applying the I wilt personify the thing, and for a meat suppose it endowed with rati faculties. Now, Johnny, thou art raised t« elevation to which nature never inte thee—be not impatient, and I will let thee down again, into thine own after imparting to thee a little salu advice. You, sir, have an at upon me without caus...
Niles’ Weekly Register. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 February 1817
Niles ’ Weekly Register. I This established and well-known work has been published at Baltimore since the first of September. 1811—and conse quently, takes in a period of the most in . teresting events which have occurred at ; home and abroad—presenting to its pos sessor a greater quantity of documents I and facts belonging to the history of America and Europe) than ever before was compressed into one Work—and, as to things past, a body of matter that never can be supplied by any other publics tion. • tt is printed on a sheet of fine super royal paper, in octavo—paged and calculated for binding, with a complete index for every volume. Each volume taking in the gratuitous supplements) contains about 450 pages; and there are two volumes per annum , for Jive dollars , pay able in advance. Advertisements ol all sorts excluded; and its capacious pages, and small, but good type, gets in more matter than ever before issued from the press in book-form, sheet for sheet, in any country. To th...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 February 1817
Loudoun Land FOR SALE. WILL be offered at public sale, on the sixth day. the 21st of next month, (if fair, if not the next fair day) pursuant to the last will and testament of Win. Matcher, deceased, the farm on which the testator lived, near Goose creek meeting house containing near THREE HUMORED ACRES LAND, of a good quality, about two thirds cleared, the balance in timber. The improvements arc two log dwelling houses, two log barns, and other necessary buildings. The laud will be divided into two separate lots.—The terms made known on the premises—sale to commence at twelve o'clock, where due attendance will be given by SAMUEL HATCHER, DAVID SMITH, BERNARD TAYLOR. Executors oj W?n Hatcher, dec’ll. 2nd month 25 th.—[4 w. BLANK DEEDS FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE.
THE RECESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 February 1817
THE RECESS. THE RUINS. (by SELECK OSBORNE.) I’ve seen by twilight's pensive hour, The moss clad dome, the mould’ringtowT In awful ruin stand: That dome where grateful voices sung, That tow’r whose chiming musing rung, Majestically grand! I’ve seen,’mid sculptur'd pride, the tomb Where heroes slept in silent gloom, Unconscious of their fame: Those who with laurel’d honors crown’d Among their foes spread terror round, And gain’d—an empty name. 1 *ve seen in death’s dark palace laid, The ruins of a beauteous maid, Cadaverous and pale! The maiden who, when life remain’d, O’er rival charms in triumph reign’d, The mistress' of the vale. I’ve seen where dungeon damps abide, .A youth admir’d in manhood’s pride, In fancy'd greatness rove: He who in reason's happier day, Was virtuous, witty, noble, gay, Learn’d, generous and brave! But hero’s tomb, nor lovely maid, Nor dome, nor tow’r, in twilight shade. To ruin all consign’d, (-an with such pathos touch my breast, ’As (on a maniac’s form imp...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 February 1817
Valuable Mill to rent . The subscriber wishes to rent for three years from the first of April next, that valuable Mill, with the LOT AND CITHER BUILDINGS attached to it, now in the possession of Mr. Jehu Hollingsworth. The mill is in the north fork of Goose creek—runs two pair of large burrs, worked by two overshot wheels, with machinery in complete repair, and in one of the best neighborhoods for wheat in the county. The dwelling house is large, convenient and well finished; ad joining which is a house calculated for a store—together with about 40 acres of Land divided into several apartments, well enclosed and in a high state of cultivation: an enterprising, industrious man, would do a good business at this place, and a small capital would be handled to great advantage. Terms will be made known on aplication to Mr. Hollingsworth living on the premises, or to the subscriber. JOZABED WHITE. January 20 tf. JAMES MACKLAN Saddle and harness maker, RESPECTFULLY informfhis friends and th...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 February 1817
| WHEAT FANS.J ' THE subscriber respectfully irTgi the public, that, he has commenced! FJjY MJKIA'G BUSINESS™ n this town, nearly opposite Mr. Beg* iouse, King street, where he will ac® morale any gentleman who may app on the shortest notice, with his impror FANS. He will also ensure them, properly worked, to clean four hundl bushels of wheat per day—they may turned with ease, by a boy of 12 years age. Persons wishing to purchase tn have one on trial, and should it not j swer their expectations, they are at lib, ty to return it. EMANUEL PARSON Leesburg, Fa. January 11.——['Gw THOMAS SANDS AND ANDRE BIRDSALL, Take notice that on the 7th day March next, at the house now occup as a tavern by Solomon Sparrow, in i town of Queen Ann, in the county Prince George and state of Maryla between the Hours of nine o’clock ini morning and six o'clock in the eveni of that day, I shall take the deposition William B Mnllikin, which deposit! when taken will be read as evidence the trial of the suite d...