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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 24 February 1818

EAGLE TAVEIt] (’Leesburg, Va.J Tbk subscriber lias taken the lately occupied by Mr. VV. Ausiu ready for the reception of traveller others who may favor him with a He has on hand, and will constant!; an excellant assortment of the yet liquors and all other things necessi the comfortable accommodation ot and gentlemen. He will also kee best of provender, together with i careful and obhgn g ostler and house servants. He solicits the p age of a generous public and a them that every exertion shall be to render man and beast comforlal ENOS VVILHM. Leesburg, Va. J January 30. J [tf. Two Hundred Hollars Re\’ Absconded, durtng'my absenn home, in August last,‘a slave nani JOE. His colour is a -very dark mulati preaching nearly or quite to a bl He is live leel 8 or 9 inches hip stoops in the shoulders, is of thru and habit ot body; has a downcast and stammers in his speech, lie tween 35 and 30 years of age. N ticular mark or scar recollected, there is one upon one or two of th get s of the lef...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 24 February 1818

i Oak-LandFarm fa THIS farm ii situated .. road leading from Hay.Marktt, , ericksburg and is twenty tw Qm j* * the latter place, containing '*• 750 Acres] there it » good reserve of say 200 acres) and several never springs, with branches running tv the land to produce water for soil in it» original state was v„r' but some part of it has jeen ratted pu«hed; however from a small trill* l as been made it is found to be w dapted to clover and plaister, tal,, nure kindly and holds a good cuauJ ty years cultivated in corn and »v ternately ahd the third year in m which affords no rest. I have the fly-proof wheat for seeding gentleman of veracity, who will ucn the pure grain, and as it is desirable, the purchaser of the land should i with it the growing crop of corn It wheat, both of which shall be hid*, reasonable price, he can go to stems by the middle of September and y ompletc possession by the middle, October. Therefore the earlier the plication the better. The budilinti* from 3500, to...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 3 March 1818

toffiE GENIUS OF LIBERTY. 'kX SAMUEL B. T. CALDWELL, LEESBURG, VA. PUBLISHER OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. VOL TUESDAY, MARCH 3, ISIB. No.

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The Leesburg Hotel and Coffee . /' House, BT SAMUEL M. EDWARDS, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 3 March 1818

The Leesburg Hotel and Coffee . /' House, B T SAMUEL M. EDWARDS, Who begs leave to inform the public hit, hiving purchased the property latev occupied by Mr. H. Peers, situated n the main street leading from Winhater to Alexandria, George-Town and he City of Washington, he intends neping it for the accommodation of hose who may favour him with their atom; and having provided, and ijitendij to keep constantly Liquors of the iat quality, good beite and beding, good ervanti, and a plentiful supply of Oats oil Hay, tie hopes to merit the patronge of the public, assuring all who may hinkproper to call on him, that no exrtioaonhis part shall be wanting, to Older them comfortable. Leesburg, Va. January 6, 1818.—8t. P. S—l will give the highest price in CASH for good .new FEATHERS. S. M. E.

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FULLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 3 March 1818

FULLERS. THE subscriber would rent, for the tasuing year, on reasonable terms, a Fulling Mill lad dwelling house, situated near Union, houdtmn county. The above stand is aa« elegant neighborhood for the fulbusiness. AARON BURSON. Feb. 17 [6w.-» ,

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LAWS OF THE U. STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 3 March 1818

LAWS OF THE U. STATES. Eij Jhithorilij. AN ACT making appropriations for the Payment of the arrearages which have °'-ka incurred for the support of the JJimtary establishment previous to the ■ day 0 f Jau jary one thousand eight otmered and sttenteen. e' r'i! tnncff d I’ll the Senate and Haute ■ ".•''ei nxlaUvet of the United Stale* tf wLT' lr, Z re,s assembled, That t iv 1 an F ebtpences which may m u ee " incurred for the support of the W,-l' V " S . la ’ Vlshnient , and those which i L ' urn inrured for calling out the rail. >J*\' OVVO 0 VV 0 thc fi>« of fuly, one jrm ° e ' !; u h,,n{lre d and fifteen, there •bW»«u P l' ated BUm of four hundred •N the n Hi!” 5 3nd therC be a PP r °P rU Uiou Sanr | , er sum of one hundred Wsair/ do ars » to defray any of the a“'curi.HM < r X ' sences v **ich tnay have been land , ro, T die first one thouhundred and fifteen to the <*d.J nuarsr ’ one thousand eight him. “•nd seventeen. < ' / * n...

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FhOM THE I.JCHJICM, I NOLIEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 3 March 1818

FhOM THE I.JCHJICM, I NOLIEEK. A member of the General Assembly, who represents that portion ot the people of the state among whom Mr Jefferson resides, having requested that gentlemen’s advice and opinion on the measmes proper to be adopted in regard to the literary fund, has lately received from him the following highly interesting communication, in reply to a letter addressed to him on the subject of the system of primary schools, set forth In the bill offered on the sth inst. in the House of Delegates, as u substitute foi the bill leporied by the committee ot schools and colleges* Monticelhf Jan, 14, 1813. DcAit Sir, When on the 10th inst. I was answering yours of Dec. 29, 1 was sn overwhelmed with letters to be answered, that I could not take time to notice the objection stated, that* 1 it was apprehended that neither the people, nor then representatives, would agree to the plan ol assessment on the wards for the uxpen ces of the ward schools.” 1 suppose that by this is meant t...

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A new method of raising S/inng Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 3 March 1818

A new method of raising S/inng Wheat. Souk the seed wheat in strong brine from seven to ten days, say one and a half bushels for an acre; skim off ail the filth that rises on the lop and at the end of not less than seven days pour off the pickle and mix with it slacked lime, and sow it the same day. Several farmers have prepared their seed in this manner from five to eight years, and the average crop ha* been 2o bushels *.o an acre, free from smut or blast. It is presumed* that in less than five years there will he a sufficiency of wheat raised in this state for the consumption of its inhabitants, if the farmers do not stand waiting to see who shall try the experiment first. This information is given thus early because it is very difficult to procure tho seed. Considerable quantities of it can be obtained at Chesterfield and Pittsfield (Mass ) and if tne meichants who deal in that quarter, would get a supply of seed wheat, they would render an essential service to the fanners in thi...

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

COXVTtlOJ^S. L,BEBTY WiU & once a week on good medium , TVVO DOLLARS per annum, i in advance, or TWO DOLSftfd FIFTY CENTS, if not paid 1 the eviration of the year. No “ jU be discontinued until nrrearf,re paid, except at the discretion ihe editor. . Ltebtishmekts will be inserted in -rotpicuous manner, at one dollar per , re for the three first insertions, and tntyfive cents for each additional inserThose who send in their advertiseis, will please to mention ho* often w ish them inserted, otherwise they [j he continued until forbid, and chargsccordingiy. rr* All communications aiid letters on be—l’OST PAID,

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T# THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 3 March 1818

T# THE PUBLIC. Genius of liberty. — TUESDAY. MAE CM S. It is certainly not my duty to fight every blackguard w ho is employed by my political enemies to abuse me; and much less can i( be my duty to challenge any blackguard whatever, under any circumstances. In announcing ns I have repeatedly done, most distinctly, Hint 1 would accept a challenge from Mr. John M’Carty, blackguard and scoundrel as he is, and fight iiim if he challenged me, I think Ijhave dene chough. And even in doing that I have incurred the severe censure of my friends, who from various parts of the country have insisted that I should treat him and every spell man with silent contempt. I am sure no honorable man would have me to do more than i have done, with such a despicable wretch. Was he a gentleman, or was any thing that he can say, after such evidence oi the most abandoned depravity and the most shameless dhregai d of character, entitled to the least respect, the case would be different, and 1 would must certa...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 3 March 1818

We are happy to stale that the corres-j pondeuce between general Mason and Mr. John McCarty is closed, and that the dispute is terminated without ihe effusion of blood, or more properly in a-harm-less “war of words.*’ Mr. McCarty’s situation is truly deplorable; but he can blame no one but himself and those who urged him on “todeedsue well might lest without.” . Like the old man in the fable in striving to please all ins political party be has pleased none and lust his reputation into the bargain. Vv ho would have thought a man of his bravery, so much “opposed to a war of words,” and possessing so exalted an idea of honour, would have condescended to have written three valedictories. And who would have thought that a man of his veracity would have been guilty of a barefaced falsehood m saying that general Mason had sub. aianuult j j.iedgtd luttiselj to challenge film, whan it is well known, both to federalists and republicans, that he had substantially pleclgtu iiimacll hut to unall...

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INDIAN WAft. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 3 March 1818

INDIAN WAft. W* learn, say» the G Wlvi , , f£■ that the Governor has from Gen. Jackson, dated J ar 'i ty in this state. The Genera; ceeding to Fort Hawkins’ little doubt but he arrived the, clay, as the firing of the i direction was distinctly l lt , ' <■ j quotas of militia from Giecne iJ tiiorpe passed on yesterday lu/ik era! rendezvous.— \_jtug,

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FROM THE ARMy ! [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 3 March 1818

FROM THE ARMy ! | TVe have accounts from ♦o the 7th insl. General G # i M , to leave that place on tiie 8( . detachment of mounted men fa’ of 4 days’ service, to guaid sions intended for Fort Larly Flint river, and to ascen k a better toad could not be cut old one, into the nation. An , has reached Gen. Gains Crop, (;„ son, staling that he would be n Hawkins on the 11 th inst. W ju, mounted men to go against th e Indian*. [Sav. • MASHVILM, J,s. || 111 Tennetsee Troop* —Fhis i. u„ . » pointed by Gen. Jackson, for i|„ JKI centration of the troops at Fart of the troop s from this sambled & marched from here since—and yesterday about onclm2|H fine looking men passed ilnougk (SBI place on their way to Faycttevdlc,£fljj| tier the command of Major Cook, LH| Kobtrist n County, Kentucky vUunteer »—A compm volunteers, from Russellville, cumnu* ■ ed by captain H. Cri>‘enden, sad soinely equipped, j ssed thioush ikLB place . lew days since on their way join gen. Jackson. ...

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*liE Superstition the law.: [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 3 March 1818

* liE Superstition the law.: ,in gular' and most as- «*. h B> j at . ***** American Republics *B»L ».. ■ a * U ' 8 > ** B P u rning as it does *••1 in . mmcr y *>f the dark ages, should to tk Very esaential degree be a '"“Hof Ik * u/ter,ein °" of the taw t We *7 to ""»on law of England, on ori precedents, most of which itSSla k? ,n the dark a B ea » but •>i ev . ( * 1 been more or less clarified, ®* v * bees filtrated though the usage! of modern time!. As hn evidence of this, look at the volumes of forms and pleadings which any plaintiff has to travel through) to arrivk at the termination of his suit however clear and indisputable ft may be. It has* however been generally considered profanity by the Bar to impugn the common law of England, the object of their idolatry—the paragon of excellenceAs an evidence of the infallibility and superior, excellence of this common law; we beg leave to refer to a case which occurred in England 'recently ...

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CURIOSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 3 March 1818

CURIOSITY. ' Mr. CouvEKiyß-—The following ex* tract from an old newspaper, may perhaps be ecmed worthy of an insertion Ift the Journal.— When we reflect that in Papal Churches, a row of pictures was often suspended upon the walls, the Bill of the Painter will appear far more fanciful. - Edinburgh, feb. T. Copy of a Painter'e 4 presented lo the Vettry for work done in a Country Church, ~ To filling up the chink in the Red Sea and reparing the damages of Pharaoh’s Host. To a new thief on the cross. To clearing six of the apostles, and adding an enure new Judas Iscariot. To a new pair ef hands for Daniel in the Lion’s den, ai.d a new set of teeth for the Lioness. To a new alteration in the belief, and mending the commandments. To repairing Ndbuch'ad nezzar’s beard To mending the pitcher of Jacob’s daughter. To cleansing the whale’s belly, varnishing Jonah’a lace, and mending his left arm. To a new skirt to Joseph’s garment. To a sheet anchor, a jury mast, and a long-boat, for Noah’s a....

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Massachusetts Legislature. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 3 March 1818

Massachusetts Legislature. In Massachusetts, the subject oi tax* ing the United States Branch Hank in that state, is referred to the next meeting of the legislature for further consideration • In the House of Representatives! cn Saturday the 31st January, an act was passed to incorporate the plantation of Lee, in Hancock county, into a town by the name of MONROE. This adjoin* a new town by the name of Brook).— All this is as it should be.— Wejorgive; but shall we forget, that this act is adopted by the same party who, a few years since altered a town from the repubican name ofGtoißV, to that of Wellington—and who also declared it unbecoming a moral and religion) people to celebrate naval victorie), bcz. Circumstances, how* ever, alter cases— Massachusetts has at present, claims amounting to nearly a million of dollars, pending before Con* gress.

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From the Baltimore Patriot, A EEUEK iL PORTRAIT OF A FEDERAL LEGISLA PURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 3 March 1818

From the Baltimore Patriot, A EEUEK iL PORTRAIT OF A FEDERAL LEGISLA PURE. The following article wc copy from the Federal Gazette. If such a heavy de- | nunciation hud appealed in the Patriot a* gainst that august body, it is not Unlikely we should have been arraingned on a charge ot “ Conlent/u ’* The gazette s uyi— — “The Legislature of this state will probably close the session this day. It appears that they have not been unemployed, as we have received a list of one hundred and ninety lave which they have past. Whether they Have beeh usefully employed or not is questionable. That versatility and unsteadiness which was manifested at the commencement of the session) in a total change of the executive council) has too generally characterized their conduct since, as | well in rejection of what would have j been useful if adopted and unuecetsary I if not fiernicioua law « I / W t do not mean to state that all their proceedings are of the above description, as some useful and necessar...

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RUSSIAN FLEET OUT FOR SOUTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 3 March 1818

RUSSIAN FLEET OUT FOR SOUTH AMERICA. Capt. Ray arrived at New York on the Idth inst from Trinid-id, reportsthat a vessel had arrived at Morant hay, Juroaca, which spoke off thv Western Islands, the latter part of December, a Russian fleet of about 50 sail in all with troops huenos Ayes. A Spanish schooner, with 30,000 dollars specie on board, had recently been captured off Cape Cruz, by a Patriot pri. vateer. .

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* I From a -new Hampshire paper. RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. ' , [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 3 March 1818

* I From a -new Hampshire paper. RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. ' , nuijivjiww i ujutiuomi * Friend Hill—' The following is copied from a private letter of recent date, written bjr WILLIAM PLUMER, the present Governor of the State. Happy would it be for the wor ,dj were this praise worthy sentiment universally adopted by statesmen and legislators. D. Ist mo. 31, 1818. “My sentiments on that subject (reli> gious freedom) have not changed with time) but every revolving season has added new proofs, in my mind, to the fitness and propriety of leaving every individual at full St entire liberty of choosing his own religion, and of giving or withholding his property as be pleases for its support. Human laws cannot make men religious; but they may, and often have made wen" htjpocucat. Civil government was instituted for earth, not heaveny and it ought never to inter, medcilo with religion except to protect free men in the enjoyment of their religious sentiment.

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