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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 January 1818

EAGLE TAVERN, fLeetburg, Va.) The subscriber has taken the house occupied by Mr, Wm. Austin and is ready for the reception of travellers and others who may favor him with a call. He has on hand, and will constantly keep an excellent assortment of the very best liquors and all other things necessary for the comfortable accommodation of ladies and gentlemen. He will also keep the best of provender, together with a very careful and obliging ostler and good house servants. He solicits the patronage of a generous public and assures them that every exertion shall be made to render man and beast comfortable.. ENOS WILDMAN. Leesburg, Va. ? January 30. £ [if. Franklin Society* The Franklin debating society post* poned their intended discussion on Saturday last until Tuesday evening the 37th inst. when 1 hey will discuss the very interesting questions “whether it be expedient and practicable to colonize the free people of colour.*’ An oration will be delivered by the president on the powers a...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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THE RECESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 January 1818

THE RECESS. The present appears to be a moment destined by the fates for poor unhappy lovers to woo in vain. Disappointment generally drives them to the temple of the muses, where they indulge, sometimes in the plaintiff notes of despair—-sometimes in the more harsh and* discordant notes of re. sentmint, and Sometimes in the easy and careless strains of independents- We have had several poetic communications of the above descripv lion, some of which will be permitted ‘Ho lay on the table”—and some will find a place under it. No communication, however, either original qr selected, will, if touched with pure poetic fire k chaste sentiment, br treated with neglect'. It is our earnest desire to see the disciples of the “sacred nine*’ flourish in our own native soil. We a hope the muse of “Ira’* and “Edwin** Will not slumber with the tender fiattion which excited them. TOR THE GENII'S OT HttEBTX. TO *••• In solitude I spend this hour, Assist ye ninel and give me pow’r To uitbosom what I ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 January 1818

Military Bounty Land. GEXKIAL LANS OFFICE,? 2*i<A Se/il. 1817. J NOTIC—T he land* in the lllinoi, 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 survey* of military bounty lands in Missouri territory are expected in a few months, when* similar distribution wilt take place, of which timely notice will be given in the newspapers. .Those who wish to locate their warrants in Mi* 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 war. rant of notification, first writing on it “To be located in the Illinois territory and the patent to be sent to the post office a t ”...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 January 1818

f Oak Land-Farm f9r Sale * THIS farm it situated on .the main' road leading from Hay-Market to Fredericksburg and ia twenty two mile* from the latter place t 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 thp-d 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 ia desirable that the purchaser of the land should take with it the growing crop of corn k seed wheat, both of which shall be had at a reasonable price, he can go to seeding by the middle of S...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 January 1818

Auctioneer and THE citizen* of Leesburg cinity ere respectfully informed]! subscriber has taken f room fo | corner at the corner of Market | street and direetty opposite & mick’s, where he will attend u tion and commission business variety. Regular sales will every Saturday at 13 o’clock, who have articles to sell can't them at any time previous, wherH will be safely kept till the sale. ANDW. MONRc January 6, IBIS. N. B.—The subscriber will alio . tinue to cry salts in the country ss A. LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the post-office at_ Va. on the tst January, 1818, if not taken up before the is/ , next, will be sent to the geherid office as dead letters. B. Ssmael Blinker, Edward Bu. M , David Boss, David F. Beall, Miss Bailey John Burket, David Betty, ard Brown, Sampson Blincoe, 8; „ muse Baty, Mary Burkins, Berkley, Min Ann R. Bennett. - C. John F. Clarke, J no. Conun ins,. Cunningham, David Conner, John perter, Mahald Combs. D. Jonas DaVis, Thomas B. . Thomas Dames, Le...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818

hrltE GEatliaLQ R 1 JBK RTY ■iMlt’Wnl 4 • . - ■ i . . J±*dMtoiOSr- Iwi aWlfrTiTll iiAMliii i 1 .' - v-u . ~ ->.\i B f SAMUEL a LEESBUIiG, VA. PUBLISHER OF THE ’fTO^h*ir ; yoL- * l -] TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1818; 4.

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SPEECH OF HfS MAJESTY LOU- IgvXVIII. Pronounced on the opening of the Seeriott, oh the VSlh JVov, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818

SPEECH OF HfS MAJESTY LOUIgvXVIII. Pronounced on the opening of the Seeriott, oh the VSlh JVov, 1817. “Gf.ntlemkn— At the opening of live last Session, I spoke to you of the hopes inspired by the marriage of the Duke de Bel ry. Though providence has too suddenly withdrawn the, gift it bestowed, yet, we behold in it assurance of the future accomplishment* of oiir Wishes. “The Treaty with the Holy See, which I mentioned last year, has since been concluded. 1 have desired my ministers, in communicating to you, to propose a project of a law, necessary to give the legislative sanction to:such of its conditions as may be susceptible of it, and to make it in unison with the charter, the laws of the "kingdom, and those privileges of the Galilean Church, the precious inheritance of our fathers, of which jSt. Louis and. all his successors were no less jealous than of the happiness ot their subjects.: The harvest of its deficiencies, frustrated, !* a great degree,' my hopes. The suffering*-of ...

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summary of Foreign news. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818

summary of Foreign news. It is kaid the British Parliament Will be dieaolved in,the spring. The Britiafe government bus, iot the fi rat time appointed a Consul to reside in Iceland. Mr. Reynolds has been selected. ••• ') Memorials have been presented to the British government requesting aid t< tt.e Trade of Malta, which has dimuushed - greatly. * i l The ship Grace, for-South America, sailed from .Portsmouth Eng, on the 22d of Nov. She has or, board a corps of 400 Lancers krhich has been raised to join the f Spanish independents Captain Clark, of the America!) ship. Perseverance, has recovered from MW Thompson of Scotland, upwards of 2t»j 000 dollars fos the detention of that ship five years in the tlyne, and for imprison*, ing the captain. ~«£f The London papers say, the festival o|, Easter, this year, will be on the 22d of* March which circumstance will notoccur - again for 466 years. 4 An English letter says there has been, warm debating- in the French chamber of deput...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818

%iCKDITI^ s--6 Geki«9 or Lirtip'r will# , e d once a week on good medium i TWO DOLLARS per annum, y, i„ advance, or TU O DOLHS.mI FIFTY CENTS, if nbt paidJv 1 tfce expiration of the year. No will be discontinued until arreartL P» id * exce l u at the aiscretion t editor. TgRT ,siM«»T» will be inserted in ,-icuous manlier, at one dollar pdr ifor the three first insertions, and *,/&* cento for each additional insetThose who send in their advertisebU, will please to mention how often i. wish them inserted, otherwise they I kt continued until forbid, andxhsrgT tOtdingly•mjtu communication» and letter • on , nutt be—POST PAWi i hundred Dollars Reward. KncosDKD, during’my absence from e, in August slave named JOs. L Co)our is a {very dark mulatto apaching nearly or quite to a bljick.— afire feet 8 or 9 inches high; he s in the shoulders, is of thin visage kbit of body; has a downcast look, J stammers in his speech, fie is beta %i and 30 years,of age- No parkbr mark or scar rec...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818

EAGLE TAVERN, T»« subscriber hat teken the house lataly occupied by MEW."Austin & is £eady tor the reception of travelers and others who may iavor him with a call, lie has on hand, and will codatapt.y keep an excellent, assortment c 4 the eery best liquors and all other tbitig* necetnary, for the comfui table accommodation of ladles tnd gentlemen. lie will slso keep the. best'of provender,, together with a very careful awl obliging .ostler and ggod house serVants. Be solicits the patron* age .of a generous public add assures them that every exertion shall be made to render man and beast comfortable. ENOS WILDMAN. Leesburg, Va. > ' January 20. J [tf. FOR SALE, •' ■ . 'jA.'-' ThK subscriber being about to commence the ,farming business otiers for sale his establishment iu UNION situate on the corner of the public squarc> consisting of a Half Acre Lot, on which is a convenient DWELLING HOUSE, KITCHEN, SADDLER’S SHOP, and two STORE HOUSES. It is one of ...

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THE RECESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818

THE RECESS. The present appears to be a moment destined by the fates for poor unhappy lovers to woo in vain. Disappoint* meat generally drives them to the temple of the muses, where they indulge, sometimes in the plaintiff notes of despair—sometimes in the more harsh and> discordant notes of re. sentmtnt, and Sometimes in the easy and careless strains of indepen* dence* We have had several poetic communications of the above descrip* „ lion, some of which will be permitted ‘Ho lay on the table”—and some will find a place under it. Mo comftiuni* cation, however, either original or selected, will, if touched with pure poetic fire k chaste sentiment, be treated with neglect; It is our earnest desire to see the disciples of the “sacred nine’* flourish in our own native soil. We hope the muse of “Ira* and “Edwin” Will not slumber with the tender fiamon which excited them. FUS THE GENII'S OF J.IBEUTY. TO In solitude I spend this hour, Assist ye nine! and give me pow’r To uifboso...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818

Military Bounty Land. GENERAL LAND OFFICE,? 25 1h Sefit. 1817. 5 NOTIC—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 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 war* rant of notification, first writing on it “To be located in the Illinois territory and the patent to be sent to the post office at ” Signed The p...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818

Land-Faim f9r Sale, THIS farm is situated on .the main road leading from Hay ' Market to Fredericksburg and is twenty two mile* 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 thp'd 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 &' seed wheat, both of which shall be had at a reasonable price, he can go to seeding by the middle...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818

Auctioneer and Cc Business, THE citizens of Leesburg cinily are respectfully informed i * subscriber has taken 9 room in I corner at the corner of Market t. street and directly opposite Mr. mitk’s, where tie will attend to the ' tion and commission business in .hT variety. Regular sales will l* » every Saturday at 12 o’clock. p t j! who have articles to sell can dm them at any time previous, whet*, will be safely kept till the fegulardn andw. monroe. January 6, ISIS. N. B.—The subset iber will aim rr»i tinue to cry salts in the country n j A. LIST OF LETTEm Remaining in the post-office at _ Va. on the Ist January, 1818, if not taken up before the Ist next, will be sent to the general office as dead letters, B. Samuel Blinker, Edward Burnhtn David Boss, David F. Beall, Miss Bailey Joint Bucket, David Beaty,Rfcfl ard Brown, Sampson Blincoe, 8 ; muse Baty, Mary Burkins, J o )m Berkley, Miss Ann R. Bennett. » C. John F. Clarke, Jno. Cummins, Ji Cunningham, David Conner, John perter, Mab...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818

[THE EENJUS.OF LIBERTY. by SAMVEL m frVALD-mm* LEESBURG, VA. PUBLISHER OF THE LAYS OF Thle UNITED STATES. " • - v ;.* ' *•,, , J .■ v- rvoL. w % TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1318; rtfo. i

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SPEECH OF HTS MAJESTY LOUIS .XVIII. Pronounced on the opening of the Seaaion, on the sth Nov. 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818

SPEECH OF HTS MAJESTY LOUIS .XVIII. Pronounced on the opening of the Seaaion, on the \sth Nov. 1817. “Gentlemen— At the opening of the last Session, 1 spoke to you of the hopes inspired by the marriage of the Duke de Heiry. Though providence has too suddenly withdrawn the, gift it bestowed, yet, we behold in it assurance of the future accomplishments of bur wishes. “The Treaty with the Holy See, which I mentioned last year, has since been concluded. I have desired my minis* ters, in communicating to you, to pro* pose a project of a law, necessary to give the legislative sanction to.such of its conditions as may be susceptible of it, and to make it in unison with the charter, the laws of the kingdom, and those privileges of the Galilean Church, the precious inheritance of our fathers, of which St. Louis and. all his successors were no less jealous than of the happi* ness of their subjects. The harvest of ]8 16, by its deficiencies, frustrated, in a great degree,' my hopes. The suffer...

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SUMMARY OF FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818

SUMMARY OF FOREIGN NEWS. It is said the British Parliament-will be dissolved in the spring. The British Government has, Ic. the first time appointed a Consul to reside in Iceland. Mr. Reynolds has been selected. Memorials have been presented to the British government request ng aid t- me Trade of Malta, which has diminished - greatly. *• / *■ The ship Grace, lor South America, sailed from Portsmouth Eng on the 3?d of Nov. She has on board a corps oi 400 , Lancers Which has been raised to join the Spanish independents Captain Claik, of the Amerirah ship, Perseverance, has recovered from Mr. Thompson of Scotland, upwards of 26, 000 dollars for the detention of ti at ship five years in the tlyne, and for imprisoning the captain. The London papers say* the festival of Easter, this year, will be on the 22d of March which circumstance will notoccur again for 466 years. An English letter says there has been warm debating in the French chamber of deputies. Mr. Bignon .proposed to in- ' form...

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