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FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 February 1818
FOREIGN NEWS. The foreign news, by recent arrivals, is down to -.he latter end of December last. British stocks had considerably fallen, which was attributed to various causes. Some of the London papers alledge that it wasjovving to an intended change in the ministry;, others, that it arose from u sheer spirit oi speculative gambling: but the most probable cause was the negotiation of a loan in behalf of the French government, which is staled to have taken place, and which compelled those who took a part in it to sell out their stock in the British funds. The typhus fever continued to rage in some parts of Ireland. An active correspondence was carrying on between the British and foreign continental governments. Among other things it was rumored that the differences between Spain and her colonies v/eye to be a leading subject of deliberation at some place in France. The Russian squadron destined for the aid ol Ferdinand the seventh against his revolted provinces, was at Spitbead. and...
INTERESTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 February 1818
INTERESTING. Extract from licit'* London Messenger‘‘Our relations with America have become so important, or at least in a progress of becoming so, that we shall deter our considerations ol them to an opportunity when we can discuss them by themselves.. Mr. Monroe is a man ol great talent and activity, lx his movements are not without an object. We conceive that we feel as strongly as any one, for the true glory of this country; but it always has been our opinion, and we know it personally to be that of one of the greatest statesmen this country ever produced, that Halifax, Panada, Ss.c. are not worth what they would eventually cost England; ■ and that the true point of wisdom would be to make the best bargain we could for them to the United States. Co they must, and it is better to let them go- before another debt ol eight hundi’cd millions be t.ddee et this couniiy.”
GAwV hIiJIL MIhVIiLLJiJST. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 February 1818
GAwV hIiJIL MIhVIiLLJiJST. Penitentiary. —lt appears by,,the pen. ctentiary report that there was, for the year ending the 30th of Nov. last, a bah lance in favour of the institution, pfjg 13, 303 34 cents, and that the agent’s sales have amounted in about 8 months to the sum of £33,433 si CC nts. The number of Jews in the world has been estimated at 6.598,000 —tw0 thirds of whom are in the Mahummedan States, A man convicted of an atrocious nu\r- ■ Itsr in f ranee, lias been sentenced to have both his hands cut off—.and to It executed alter lie is cured of his • bounds. Piracy —Every few weeks brings in accounts of new acts of piracy. Two Vessels have been recently robbed by a gang oi desperadoes Who painted them, selves to disguise, A rich ignoiamus, in giving orders to a bookseller to furnish his library,* re pleated him particularly to let him have ope, Milton and Shakespeare’s works; and added, “If those fellows publish any thing new, clout forget to let me have them." A ministe...
For the Genius nf Liberty, A NEW SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 February 1818
For the Genius nf Liberty, A NEW SONG. Time, — u The whole year away !!l” Eight dollars a day, " The whole year away,” Eight dollars a day is the dandy O, Eight dollars a day. We’ve doubl’d our pay, Eight dollars a day is so handy O, It comes very near, Three thousand a year,* Eight dollars a day is the dandy O, Mere ninnies were they, We’ve doubl’d our pay, Three thousand a year is the dftndy O, Well but gentlemen let me explain a little, in .the first place, you know 1 am to have eight dollars a day for every day 1 sit in the big house, and il J should get a little so, so, one day, and holic all night—and the next day semi lor the doctor—still you will allow my pay goes on; well 2dly, eight dollars for twenty miles travel is a mere tnile, as 1 shall not travel more than forty milts per day —well, as you agree to pay as above eight dollars per day while 1 sit there, and sixteen dollars a uay for travelling so you also agree that 1- "•shall be allowed a turn not exceeding the rale o...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 February 1818
MARRIED. On Thursday l4th ijn rt. M v James lpkd, to Miss Penny Gardner noth of laii'fax C ounty. Franklin Debating Society. A meeting of tlie F. D. S. will be held, at the court house on -Saturday the 21st.. ins, at early candle light in anticipation of (he birth day ol Washington, An oratioh will be.deli vtrd by the president and an interesting tptestirfn discussed by the society. The generally are respectfully invited to attend. Ptv order, J. L. DREIN, Set'iy. Leesburg, Feb. 17, 1818. FULLERS. THE subscriber would rent, for the ensuing year, on reasonable terms, a Fulling Mill and dwelling house, situated near Union, Loudoun county. The above stand is in an elegant neighborhood for the fulling business. AARON BURSON. Feb. 17. [6w. • Dissolution of Partnership. THE partnership hitherto existing under the name'and firm of Williamson and Shawen was, on the 30th January, by mutual consent dissolved. C, WILLIAMSON, D. SHAWEN. ■Bussikess will hereafter be conducted at the same place un...
Prinee of Darkness. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 February 1818
Prinee of Darkness. Just published and for sale at this office, the Confession of the Prince of Darkness concerning hits devices in politics and religion; This little pamphlet, says, the author in bia 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 paralle,! connexion with law regulated or political religion. The sage historian may refresh his memory, in more than fifty historical facts, which he has read before, while others may re ceive useful information, the statements are made from the 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 againat them.** , To every unprejudiced American reader this little pamphlet will be a grateful banquet. Those, however, who are great sticklers fur a law-regulated religion—those who woul...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 February 1818
NOTICE. The subscriber, desirous to remove to the wertern country, will tell to the highest bidder eu the 4th of May dialling, the Mate Mills ’ Farm t on whicn he now lives, situated on Hazel River, Culpeper County V». containing 300 Acres, there is on said Farm and in good repair a Merchant and Saw Mill, situated advantageously for Custom, particularly so for wheat; said farm is well improved with a good dwelling house, Store house and distillery, together with all necessary out buildings. There is a good proportion of timber, [and the soil as improvable at any in the Stale, by the introduction of Clover and Plaistcr; 40 or 50 Acres now well act in Clover. A prompt payment cl perhaps, one third will be expected, &amp; an indulgence of one two and three years given on the ba'ance as may be agreed on. JAMES MILLER. Feb, 10—3t. |CT*Thc editor of the Genius of Liberty, Leesburg will please so give the above three insertions, and forward his hi! to the euilor of the Constellatio...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 February 1818
£ = * &amp; S. JS u sH K il-a o c 2 w t3 ■§ £ S. rt u&gt; ■= .* fi -o *a w £*-g a. C iS 5 1 a W C i 4 W | I--4-» U *3 p (2 II «S w *o * • ■ii g= fiu &amp; W'2 l « » S3 C t rz a T3 8 S fitf •S bg C- 4. © &gt; G I’** 4 ■&lt; *S £ CO s as Six Cents Reward. Rbkawat from the subscriber on the 16th inst. WILLIAM JONES, an apprentice to the saddling business Took with him a new fur hat, blue doth coat and grey corded pantaloons. He is about 15 years old, 5 teel 7 inches high, and of a fair complexion The above re* ward will be given, birt no charges paid, nor thanks rendered if returned. JAMES WACLAN. Union, Loudoun c’ty 27th Ist mo.—[3w. The Leesburg Hotel and Coffee House, BY SAMUEL M. EDWARDS, Who begs leave to inform the public that, having purchased the property lately occupied by Mr. 11. Leers, situated on the main street leading from Win* Chester to Alexandria, George-Town and the City of Washington, he intends keeping it for the aicunimodatio...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 February 1818
V erdigris, Ground in OIL; A most beautiful GJIEEN PAINT lor Venetian Blinds, or other purposes,—for sale very cheap by John Shaw liobt. K. Hough. Leesburg, January 2 T. Aw. FOR SALE. Fna subscriberbeing about to com mente the farming business offers for •ale hi# establishment in U \ION situate on the corner of the public square) consisting of a m Half Acre Lot, on which is a convenient DWELLING HOUSE, KITCHEN, SADDLER’S SHOP and two STORE HOUSES. It is one oflhe best stands in the county of Loudoun for a saddler. Fourorfivt journeymen might be constantly employed to good advantage. Possession may be had on the first of March. Terms made easy. JAMES MACLAN. Union, Jan. 30. LOOK HERE!! Boot Shoe Manufactory. THE subscriber respccfully inform his friends and the public in general hat he has commenced the above business on King street, next doer to Messrs Humphreys and Conrad, and immedii ately opposite the court house, where he intends carrying on the above business in all its various...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 February 1818
THIS farm ia situated road leading from Hay. ericksburg and is twenf the latter place* contain Oak-LandFarmfa 750 Acres Y 'li ntiiq? there is s. good reserve of \v say 200 acres) and several nefc, springs, with branches runniJj the land to produce water fo r * soil in iu original state was but some part ©fit has jeen n pushed: however from a small has been made it is found to be dapted to clover and plaister nure kindly and holds a good'll ty years cultivated in corn and ternately and the third year m which affords no rest. I ba» e the fly-proof wheat for seediiw gentleman of veracity, who wj* the pure grain, and as it is detin the purchaser of the land a with it the growing crop of co wheat, both of which shall be re?sonable price, he can go to by the middle of September Mi mplete possession by the October. Therefore the plication the better. The buildh from 3500, to 3000 dollars, consii a Dwelling, Kitchen and Sraeft which is not much the worse 1 the furniture is good which will t...
Muirs OF TUB U. STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 24 February 1818
Muirs OF TUB U. STATES. ■ By Authority. ■fell enacted by the Senate and House I mtfintenlauves of the United States of ■ triea, in Congress assembled, That the, Haver of public monies for the district' Hands offered for sale at Jeffersonville, ] Hand lie is hereby authorized and reHied to permit Joel Ear wood to trails■to any entry of lands he may make ■aid district, any monies he may have Hdintothe said office, on the northeast ■ntcr of section numbered twenty-one ■township six, and range nine east in Hd district; and the register of the land Bee shall permit the said Earwood to Bhdraw his entry for the quarter sec- ■ aforesaid. IlimiaryS?, 1818.—approved, B JAMES MONROE.
Mlution directing the procurement of certain laws. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 24 February 1818
Mlution directing the procurement of certain laws. Rtiohitd by the Senate and Haute “nf ptuntatives of the United Slates of A* nta in Congress assembled, Thati of slm passed at the first and second •lions' of the fourteenth Congress, relining in the office of the Secretary of »te, thirty copies be by him deposited the office of the Clerk of the House of prtientalives, and fifteen copies in the ice of the secretary of the Senate, lur e usc of their members respectively. January U, 1818.—approved, JAMES HON HOE.
i*sct Asking further provision for rc-' pawing the public buildings. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 24 February 1818
i* sct Asking further provision for rc-' pawing the public buildings. ■ ‘t enacted by he Senate and ’House of e l&gt;rescntatives of the United States of °ica, in Congress assembled, That foi , Purposeol repairing the public buiici- „’ a su,n n °l exceeding, two hundred Win! dollars, be, and the same is 'c J appropriated, and to be paid money in the Treasury not ../wise a PPropriated, and to be applied commissioner, under the direction c itsident of the United States. J *iiUuiy 2r, IS 14—approved, JAMES MONROE.-
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 24 February 1818
liuicr &lt;CI * ne acre - —Mr. i-ulher Milford, N.H. the last me rom 650 hills, planted on *&gt;iich B !' ound &gt; *3OO lbs. of hong, &gt;4^^ l K aperpountf8 ‘ itw &gt; rerl/ r ;' —from the late foreign Jl4t the rr i as * evenin B&gt; 11 appears fope l 0 .P °t wheat fell short in iiu- '\ w * B ex P ecl ed—Flour in fcttstof deniand * 2*o, and in this P* *roai the waggons. ■Lynchburg fiafier.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 24 February 1818
Letter written after the battle of Waterloo, by the queen of Westphalia to her father, the king of Wirtcmburg. A literal translation. [We extract’the following letter, exhibiting a rare, example of conjugal fidelity and affection, from Sir Robert Wilson’s recent publication, entitled.— “A Sketch of the Military and Political Power cf Russia, in the year 1817:’’] “Sir and Father, “Your majesty requested me to descend this morning into your depart, merit. For the first time in my life, I declined the happiness of being in your presence; 1 knew the object of the interview; and fearing that my mind might not be sufficiently collected, 1 h avc dared to take the liberty of developing the mo n•. i my conduct .* .an an ap peal to jour paternal affection. “Four majesty knows the whole truth Yes, sir, the prince Jerome, your son-in-law, my husband and tiie father of my child, is with met Yes, sire? L have withdrawn an instant from the palace of my king, to succour the husband to whom my life ...
Virginia Legislature. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 24 February 1818
Virginia Legislature. Thursday Jan. 39—The house resolved itself inio a committee of the whole on the school bill, to which two material amendments were proposed, one by Mr. Scott, and the other by Mr. Hite, of King and Queen—Also on the bill to reduce the capital of the North Western bank—to which sundry amendments were proposed by Mr. Leffler.—The committee rose, and the House ordered these several amendments to be printed* Tuesday, Peb. 10 A communication from the senate, that they have passed the bills—“authoriizng James Ware to erect a toll bridge across the bhenadoah river.*' An engrossed bill “authorizing the erectiou of toll bridges across the North and South branches of the Potowmac river”—was read a third time and passed. The bill “increasing the capital of the Bank of the Valley in Virginia,” was taken tip, with several amendments propos ed by the committee of propositions and grievances. amendment was moved by Mr. Scott* to authorize the additional subscription of 8400,0...
U. & BRANCH BANK. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 24 February 1818
U. &amp; BRANCH BANK. Thursday, Peb. 12.—The following rei port was read from the committee ot finance: The committee of finance, to whom was referred a' resolution of the House of Delegates, instructing them to enquire into the expediency of taxing in some way those branches of the Bank of the United States, which are now located in this commonwealth, or what other measures it may be proper and expedient to adopt with regard to these branch-es—-have, according to order, hod the same under consideration, and have come to the following resolution thereupon;— Resolved , As the opinion of this committee, that it is not expedient to tax in any way the branches of the bank of the United States located in this commonwealth, or to adopt any pther measures at this time with regard to the same. After considerable debate the resolution was agreed to,