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th« mimCxss chahlotts. From LondonJiafier* received at the office of FaUidtum. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818
th« mimCxss chahlotts. From LondonJiafier* received at the office of FaUidtum. The funeral of the Princess Charlotte of Wales took place iM the evening of the 19tn ol'Novembtm It was attended b]r a long procession, and conducted with' a funeral service. The body of the princess was placed in a mahogany cofiin that inclosed in ene of lead, which' was put in an outer cofiin of mahogany, covered with crimson velvet, and formed Into pannefs with white plated nails, the lining of white satin. A)a urn containing the heart of the priacess wta pieced in a mahogany cate. The coffin*of the in* fant were like thote of the parent. The principal preiatec of the chiprch of England have paid viaUa of condolence to the prince regent aiulpripce Leopold: funeral aermona have boon delifeted Ul and the t(ay of tip funeral waqPjPrkcd in moat rfthi'towns, with appropriate It is proposed in England to erect by public subscription, a monument to the memory of the deceased princess. This idea was noticed in...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818
VOXDITIO.JVS. ■HE CKKI«* or LIBBfcTT Will ht Ld once a week on good medium TWO DOLLARS per annum, £,* in advance, or TWO DOtRS and FIFTY CENTS, if not paidK the expiration of the year. No will be discontinued until arrear- " paid, except at the discretion lie editor* l# vsbtiseme»ts will be inserted in mspicuous manner, at one dollar per ,ie for the three first insertions, and Ky./fre cent* for each additional insetThose who send in their advertiseits, will please to mention how often , wish them inserted, otherwise they be continued until forbid, andchargiccordingly- ( lj» M communication t and letter» on MU mwit be—POST PAIDi ?o Hundred Dollars Reward. liscosoKD, during’my absence from ,in August last,‘a slave named JOBcolour is a Jvery dark mulatto apaching nearly or quite to a bljck.— fire feet 8 or 9 inches high; he ips in the shoulders, is of thin visage 1 habit of body; has a downcast look, [stammers in his speech, lie is beta 55 and 30 years,of age. No parilir mark or scar r...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818
EAGLE TAVERN, C Leesburg* Va.J •*W; subscriber has the house lately occupied by Mr. W.Austin be is i;»ady tor the reception of travellers and others who may favor him with a call, lie has on hand, and wiUcohataney keep an excellaut assortment c * the Very best liquors and all othpr 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 gqod house servants. He solicits the patron* age of a generous public and assures them that every exertion shall be made to render man and beast comfortable. ENOS WILDMAN. Leesburg, Vs. &gt; January 20. J [tf. FOR SALE. Tint subscriber being about to commence the farming business offers for sale his establishment iu UNION situate on the corner o; the public square, consisting of a Half Acre Lot, on which is a convenient DWELLING HOUSE, KITCHEN, SADDLER'S SHOP s and two STORE HOUSES. It is one of the best stands in the county of L...
( CO'l. ANDERSON’* DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818
( CO'l. ANDERSON’* DEFENCE. m “Arraigned at the bar of the highest tribunal of the nation, for an alleged infringement of it* privileges, an attack &gt; upon its dignity, and the honmable feel ings of one of its members, to express the sincere regret 1 experience and to apologize for the error 1 have committed ought not to suffice. To that body and' to myself i owe an explanation ot the motives, which governed my conduct That 1 have been found in ths ranks ot our country's defenders, is known to ma ny; and that I have sustained a character unblemished by any act which should crimtun my withered cheeks ha* been amply proven to you by men whose good opinions are the greatest boon of merit. The commencement of the late war found me environed by all the comforts of life; blessed with a sufficiency of prop erty to enable me to wipe from the face of distress the falling tear, and to flatter myself that want was not to salute ,me before the letum of peace. The fallacy of my hopes h...
From the Carlisle Hbralb. NEW-YEAR’S LESSON. , [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818
From the Carlisle Hbralb. NEW-YEAR’S LESSON. , It has bean common for people in this country on the Mew- Year'* day to congratulate each other with mutual wishes of • happy new-year: and this ancient custom offer a few remarks and lessons of advice, which if well observed, will tend to render the year, that, we are beginhing an improving and consequent--1 ly a hafifty portion of our lives; begin the year with an impartial review of past ' life and with a sincere and firm reso.utiod to rectify whatever has been amiss if you-'have hitherto been slumbering in indolence, it Is now time to awake out of sleep, for much in to be dene and the time &lt;b do it,in is short,——lf the poiaonpus weeds of vicahavo been sprouting up, in your mind, resolve now to eradicate them—lf you have been addicted (O’gambling, to profane swearing, to using the cup of intemperance, or to spy other practice that degrades the human character and waatea the estate, improve the present opportunity to break ...
Virginia Legislature. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818
Virginia Legislature. Monday , 12'.—-The salary bill passed to a third reading. This bill provides for the increase of the governor, council and judges. The committee to examine into the state of the Bank of Virginia and the Farmers' Bank ol Virginia, report that Carter B. Page refused to answer the question “whether any of the directors had been guilty of usury or shav ing,” as he was not bound to answer any question criminating himself. Tuesday, 13.—Nothing of moment transpired in the house to day. The case of Mr. Page’s contempt of its privileges, was acted upon, and a resolution submitted directing the speaker to issue his warrant (o lake him into Custody. The resolution was laid on the table. Wednesday, 14.—This day was principally spent in discussion on the resolu fions submitted yesterday No final derision was made. The case of Mr. Page seems to involve somewhat the same principle that the case ol Col. Anderson did in congress. Much has been said relative to granting Mr. Page...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818
/!&gt;«.—A fire broke out on- the thirteenth uit. in n small settlement, Fay* ette county, Pa. .which destroyed'all the property of scvcq families. The Retierencd John Wilson, his two daughters, and the wife and son of William Thompson, ware burnt to death. The fire caught front the negligence of domes* free. ■ :
C ON G REsT [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818
C ON G REsT GENIUS QF LIBF^P TUESDAY, ja. m&gt; Nothing of material transpired in congress since on colonel Andersen’s case. XtS on,that question has cost theMaSli eral thousand dollars— and wfonJß result?—A reprimand from the But is the important question S9 whether Congress have a right JS man into custody for a conttmJjß that question yet remains in If they have the right, where lt "f9 stop? Where is the line colonel Anderson comes within power, every editor of a newsptp, J has taken the liberty of motives of any individual meislNul the whole body collectively, is ject to the will of the house, tjfl the press, the palladium of o U r u3 the safe-guard of our public righal herald of sconce, the interpreter ters, is destroyed of its freedom, vailed of its usefulness. if *9 not the power bv the constitutional into custody an offender, hat tuX|( Ar.deraon redress by law for fty prisonmenl? Wt think he hat. i maxim in our government as weQi) of Great Britain, that the legiillli...
HP Charleston, Jan. 10, WDUtf DEPBBD ATIOJf S. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818
HP Charleston, Jan. 10, W DUtf DEPBBD ATIOJf S. ■Afriend-has obligingly tavofed us with H tight of a letter, dated St. Mary's, 3d K.from which ire extract the following H&gt;Tlte Indians to the number of fifty or Hay, crossed the St. Mary’s near the IKtot Hill, on the night of the 31st ■kind murdered an old woman at one Him s.—She was the only white person Hr. Thsy took off a family of negroes Hinny thing they could find in the H»e. A detachment of United States’ Hiajjtfrom Amelia has passed the river H afternoon, and a draft of one third Hsur militia took place to day, to renHnoasatCorn House Creek. Gene* HGaines unfortunately left this the day Hfeiethe murder was committed for of a teller dated St. Mary's, Jan. ■ u ' v Hi hare this moment been informed the shipping of the United States ■ Cuba have been stopped, from one to sail, and that three Spanish Bktrshave come from the Havana and ■.Augustine to Amelia island to know ■iwhat grounds or cause the American ■oopa occupy t...
■ To the Editor qf the Courier, “St. Mary’s, Jan. 3, 1817, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818
■ To the Editor qf the Courier, “St. Mary’s, Jan. 3, 1817, |H "ASpsnish Officer arrived here this from St. Augustine, with desHUehesto our Commanding Officer at Htnsndina, to know jf we had taken HlMssion as friends or foes, and at the IHtattiine saying he was happy we had Htwe up that nest of thieves. Business brisk for the moment, on ac■WHof our Navy, and the fitting out of ■wy&gt; Vessels. He says he would not ut Amelia, even if the United wtt.now to give it up.” ■ General Gaines passed through DaK!° ® D s »turd#y last, s (from Amelia where he had been to examine ■estate of the military oh that station.) way to Fort Hawkins, to tukt of the troops that are to‘go a ■pP the hostile Indians. VVewill no hear someihing decisive from that ■ipterma short time. Suv.Hefl. 6thin»C, If 0 ST CHIP We stop the l ° announce that news has just ■£. . town, that Amelia Island has ■TO given up by,the United States to BEm. i °**' ' Ve K ive the report as we ■■weived H.—lbid I, VE# V IMPORTANT...
GENERAL MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818
GENERAL MISCELLANY. k Maryland.—'i'ht governor of Maryand has appointed Thursday the 13th day of February next as a day of thanksgiving and prayer.. jhre.— \ house belonging to Mrs. St, ward together with three other houses belonging to Mr. 11. Sprig) Mr. E. Si «-',&lt; vis anu Mr. D. I-ugan in Washington were lajteiy consumed by fire. The bank oj the U lias declared a dividend of tour per cent) for the last 6 months. Robbery. —Mr. Robert Davis was recently robbed en the Fi etleridktown turnpike about 5 miles from Baltimore. The robbers live in number, were armed with pistols and knives—one of them stabbed Mr. Davis in the thigh. He lay in the wood until some waggoners found and conveyed him to the nearest house. There is hopes of his recovery. Trial it/ battel —An extraordinary case has lately occurred in England. A person was arraigned for the murder of a young woman by her nearest relation, being a brother, lor which offence it is believed three persons hud been already c...
Prince of Darkness. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818
Prince of Darkness. Juit published and for sale at this office, the Cotifeasion of the Prince of Osrfchess concerning his devices in politics and religion, This little pamphlet, lays, the author 1 in hia preface represents “satan speaking of himself, and giving a history of the transactions of men: Beginning, with the first establishment of monarchal government, and showing its parallel connexion with lawregulated or political religion. The sage historian may refresh his memory, in more than fifty historical facta, which he has read before, while others may re ceive useful information, the statements are made from fhe most unquestionable authority, and challenge contradiction; there are some characters, however, that are dissatisfied, for this obvious reason —facts are stubborn things and these are against them," To every Unprejudiced American, reader this little pamphlet will be' a grateful banquet. '1 hose, however, who are great sticklers for a law* regulated religion—those Who W...
A CALL ON HUMANITY. To all persons engaged in active business as well as to others.* [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818
A CALL ON HUMANITY. To all persons engaged in active business as well as to others.* Gentlemen,—A short time previous to the battle at New-Orleans, RICHARD HALL fmy tonJ left my residence in Darkesvitle, Berkely county, Virginia, with the intention of joining the army under the Command ol general Andrew Jackson. On the close of the war he proposed to return to Darkcstfille via New-\ork, This however to the grief of a dealing father has not yet been effected. , Every opportunity that presented itself hits been employed to obtain information but in vain*. Hence it is that I am induced thus to solicit the individual aid of the people of the United states to effect a recovery. Whosoever may know where he is, will perform an act of humanity by apprising me of the fact, that a degree of anxiety and griefs better conceived than expressed, may be entirely removed or greatly alleviated. Richard Hall was born in Berkely county, Va, by profession a house joiner and cabinet maker. Every editor ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818
H VMEJSrijIL REGISTER, M^RRI JmL GUmotrfm. Moses GUI 'Mr. Martha Mudd; both of tbi* W- — On the lame evening, hy tl J. Littlejohn, Mr. Wx. Paxsom Miss Uiademia' Lacey. ' On the same , evening b same, Mr. Dam’l P. Com rad, mel of this place, to Miss Mart Ann akds, of Portsmouth, N. H. jaSSSB=S=SSpBSSSS===SSSS Verdigris* Ground in OILj % A most beautiful GRI PAINT for Venetian Blind! other purposes,—for sale cheap by John Shaw Robt. ,R. Houg Leegbn g, Jamary 27.—4w; Notice. At a meeting of the President ai rectors of the Leesburg Union Cc ny, December the 31st, 1817. Cs John Hose and Samuel M. Ed were appointed Commissioners to lect the debts due the said company to settle and close the business o company—at which meeting also a idend was declared of six percent i capital stock paid in, lor the t monthsending the 13ihday ofJai 1818, payable to such of the stock era as have fully paid bp the install called for, on or after thefirst day oi \iary next. By order of the board. S. M. EDWARD...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818
Six Gents Revva Runaway from the subscriber o 16th inst. WILLIAM JOJ^Ei an apprentice to the saddling busi Took with him a new fur hat, blue coat and grey corded pantaloons. J about 15 years old, 5 feet 7 inches and of a fair complexion The abo' ward will be given, but no charges nor thanks rendered if returned. JAMES MACLA Union, LoUdouh c’ty,&gt; 37th Ist mo,—[3w. J NOTICE. Ai'.t persons who have any claiasS against the estate of the Wm. Wright, dec’d whether by 1 note or account are requested to them forward to the administrator alt persons indebted to the estate at «Ui» aamsk aa van IftlllM!
THE RE y*»S, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818
THE RE y*»S, «um TBS OKVIU W - Mr. CaXwtOi " * oblige a fcmala freai, ir iMertwg the fomiog luw i* f** s!s??L. Jg matF* ANSWER TO I*A’» AD&amp; tie, hew much thy kind. farewell Did agonise tbia breast of min*, When on thy merits 1 do dwell 'S' Mjr heart dictate* 1 Stoat be thine. |f more “endearing than the rest” How inauspicious I ahould pggjS&amp;T; If 1 were hot to make thee blest ■' And mitigate the yang* of love. -. t- •’ : ' "■ Then let thy “raem’ry ne’er retreat , Long behind oblivions rads Thy hopes no more I will defeat Nor shall frowns thy hear^aasail. * Sequester’d wilds,” we will traveMie, (United by love’s golden chain) ' ■'And tlic inciting scene rtjbtar-e* That, in thy breast, inflicted pain* • - ’&gt; No more 111 “wound (by pensive heart,’, tV give thee cause ‘to drop a tears’ But benedictions kind, impart, And mildly south thy eV’ry cam* *Let recollection pain no mores Nur poignant woes, corrode thy peaces / But that blissful shore Where virt...
. For tkt Mnquirer. A CONCISE HISTORY [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818
. For tkt Mnquirer. A CONCISE HISTORY Of'the exploit* «d the Bntith General* in ttie American Revolutionary War —Written and published in England at that time. GAGE nothing did. and went to pot! HU »Vfi lost one town, another got; GUY* uuthmg lost; and nothing woni DUNMOHE was homeward forc’d to . .runt; CLINTON wasbeat, and got a garter; And bouncing BUUGOYNE caught—a fcrdrl Th«b all we’ve got, for .million* spent, Is— to ait laugh'd at, and bspknt! ” •&amp;£ GUY CJtRLETOM
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 January 1818
He that preaches gratitude, pleads the cause of God and man; for without it we Can be neither sociable nor rellgitua. Our pleasures would be insipid if some disappointments did not heighten their Cabals. There fs no species Of affectation more pitiful than that of superior knowledge. A lady once complained that a gentleman during the whole of ditine service, kept his constantly fixed on her face Pray madstn said the person to whom the complaint was made, where Were pour own ayaa all this time! A young lady a few days since was MM by a married lady, that she had better precipitate herself from off the rocks of the Passaic fella into the bason beneath than marry I When tbs young lady replied •I would if 1 thought! should And a husband at tbt bottom. Rom. the private and confidential see. aatsry of Louis XIV, had-- married his daughter, to M. Portall, president of .the Parliament. The husband ,waa con. atsitily complaining to him of the temfCr g|d dispgritioii of his daughter.— ■V. . 4...