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COJVDJTIOJV3. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 March 1817
COJVDJTIOJV3. L gedivs or Libestt will be Kd once a week on good medium tt'TVVO DOLLARS per annum, B in advance, or TWO DOL■and FIFTY CEN?S, if not paid ■ the expiration of the year. No Bin be discontinued until arrearKe paid, except at the discretion Bdttor. Ixhtiskmevts will be inserted in licuous manner, at one dollar per I for the three first insertions, and ■,/fre cent s for each additional inserwl'hose who send in their advertiseI will pleate to mention how often Kish them inserted, otherwise they I continued until forbid, and charglordingly. |&gt; Ml communications and letters on L« must be—POST PAID.
Mes* Weekly Register. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 March 1817
Mes* Weekly Register. s established and well known work sen published at Baltimore since st of September. 1811—and consey, takes in a period of the most tong events which have occurred at and abroad—presenting to its posa greater quantity of documents lets belonging to the history of ica and Europe, than ever before impressed into one work—and as igs past, a body of matter that nevbe supplied by any other publicsi printed on a sheet pf fine super-. paper, in octavo .ymged and calcuor binding, with a complete index ery volume. Each volume (taking gratuitous supplements) contains 430 pages; and there are two les per annum , for Jiye dollars, payi advance. Advertisements ot all excluded; and its capacious pages, mall, but good type, gets in more r than ever before issued from the in book-form, sheet for sheet, in ountry. those who have seen and examined Weekly Register, any descripif its plan is deemed superfluous, lents or demerits are seen on the :e«t inspection- And wnilc. with an i...
From the Greentburg Gazette, THE FORESTER, BY WALTER WOODLANDS, ESQ. “APOLOGY FOR DRUNKEN. NESSP [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 March 1817
From the Greentburg Gazette, THE FORESTER, BY WALTER WOODLANDS, ESQ. “APOLOGY FOR DRUNKEN. NESSP “It appean from the public papers, that the SyMd of Pittsburg have prohib ited the uscjof ardent spirits and have thereby contemned drunkards to suffer everlasting mirst, for if ttuuteMJinot get ardent spirjis in this worlaSfepj not pro bable that they wilt obtain atfy in the world t6 come, however great their thirst ipsy be. But with submission to the s/n'od, we may venture to allege that before they pi enounced a sentence calculated to place drunkards in purgatory before their time they ought to have givmthem a fair trial For, whatever the nerits or demerits of these men may be, hey are entitled by the constitution and the law-to trial by competent judg es nd a jury of their peers; and a drunkard has no peer in. above or under the eaith, except drunkards:—lherefore he cannot be condemned, on constitutional &amp;legal principles, but by the veidiet of a j«/ry composed of 13 drun...
VIRGINIA LEGISLATURE, HOUSE OF DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 March 1817
VIRGINIA LEGISLATURE, HOUSE OF DELEGATES. Thursday, Feb. 20.—Several bills passed their 2nd reading, were engrossed, and passed the house of delegates. A motion was made by Mr. Mercer (of L.) to dispense with the 4th rule of the house, so as to re-consider the milltia bill, which had been indefinitely postponed on Wednesday. The motion was lost by about a majority of seven votes. I he law of the land remains, therefore, as it was in regard to comfiany masters. The senate.— The bill respecting the arrearages of the land tax passed the senate, with several amendments. Ihe bill for establishing primary schools, academies, colleges and an university was reported by the select committee to whom it had been committed. That committee reported an amendment, which went to suspend the execution of every part of the law, except what relates to a board of public instruction. and to laying off the counties into townships No other part of the act was to go into effect unless sanctioned by the nex...
GENIUS OF LIBERT [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 March 1817
GENIUS OF LIBERT LEESBURG, VIRGIN Tuesday, March 4. Extract tf a letter from a gentlen Wewbury/itrt , (Mat*.) to the ei this flafler, dated February 30th, “The electioneering campaign state and New Hampshire, hai menced with great spirit—the p« batteries are opened and heavy disc «s snad« from both sides. The n cans of this state are disposed to altogether,” and I have no doubt suit will be glorious. Our worthy date, Gen, Dearborn, it is ex will unite all honest men—the aid junto we do not anticipate—the frages will be lavished on £)r, i who has been administering porti political poison to them for a yen but we have great hopes that our dale will out general the doctor. “The affairs of New Hampshii not quite so harmonious. Faction ii ing to enter the wedge of discord, designing souls, calling, themsel publicans, are strenuously ende* to divide the republican ranks, &amp; e disunion; but the characteristic vij of the friends of good government confident will thwart their arob...
GENERAL MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 March 1817
GENERAL MISCELLANY. Gen. M’Clure, of Bath, it is said is preparing for publication, a pamphlet to be entitled, "Catuet of the Failure of the Campaign of 1813. S Governor Tompkins has made a com* munication to the legislature, recommending the passing a law to abolish slavery in the state of Mew York. Nicholat Van Dyke- esq. has been chosen by the legislature of Delaware, a senator of the United States, for six years' commencing on the 4th of March next.; I Puniehment of death —A resolution h» been offered in the legislature of Pernsylvania, and referred by a small majori, ty to the judiciary committee, to enquirt into the expediency of abolishing the punishment of death in all cases. It is | a subject of great importance to society, | and on which a considerable diversity of opinion exists between men justly *»- teemed for their learning and pyTen thtutand dollar* in SPECIE arrived at' Charleston on the 37th tilt, from I Nassau, New Providence. I Mr. Mead, the American consul at I M...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 March 1817
TAVERN. Presly Foley , IROM HAY-MARKET. RESPECTFULLY informs the citi. Zens of Leesburg, its vicinity, and the public in general, that he has opened the house lately occupied by Mr- John Drish, sign of the Indian Chief, where he hopes his friends will give him a call. March 4th.—-3t. Public Sale. Will be offered at public sale, on Saturday the 22d inst. in the town of Waterford. a Two story brick house , completely finished. Also several valuable LOTS, well calculated to build on for any kind of business. Terms of sale made known on the day of sale by LEWIS KLEIN. Waterford, March 4.—tds. N. B—The subscriber still intends to carry on the BOOT V SHOE MJKIA'G BUS TATE SS at his present stand, where he will keep a constant assortment of work in his line, and execute orders on the shortest notice. LETT ER AND WRITING PAPER, FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 March 1817
A Paper Mill\ FRINTINO • OFFICE, AND MILL SEATS FOE SALE. THE subscriber will sell his PAPER MILL, on Tuscarora creek, fire and a half miles from Frederick town, Fredety ick county, Maryland, with 69 Acres of Land. There are about 55 acres in timber, and the rest cleared. The Paper Mill has one vat, with every thing convenient and complete; six pair of moulds, two of them wove k new—There are|two good log dwelling houses on the premises, with excellent kitchens attached thereto; it is a very healthy neighborhood; a saw mill is now building on the same places there is an excellent mill seat below the paper mill, it has 33 feet fall, and is calculated for either a grist mill, or any kind of factory; there are also apple, peach and cherry trees on the premises, with never failing springs of excellentwater—it is believed to be exceeded by no place in the United States for health; there is an excellent range for cattle and hogs—a public road passes through it to Hager’s-town, Washington ...
the recess. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 March 1817
the recess. “TO SELFISH SOULS.” 1 would not know, ye selfish souls, The miserable joys ye prize; For in your cold unfeeling hearts, A waste of social pleasure liesl I would not know for all the wealth, That e’er your griping hands have gain’d, The luxuries that wealth affords, And let a child of want be pain’d! 1 would not know for all the good, That e’er ye fancy to enjoy, Your watchful traffic with distress. This ciuel, wicked, cursed employ! But I would knOw the tear that flows. For sake of poor humanity— The heart that feels another’s woes, And beams with sweetest cuahitt. Spoken extempore to a lady , on being atked what this world was like This world is a prison in every respect, Whose walls are the heavens in common; The gaoler is sin, and the prisoners men, And the fetters are nothing but—women. '
>HOM TUB BOSTON EVENING GAZETTE. THE LADIES’ FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 March 1817
&gt;HOM TUB BOSTON EVENING GAZETTE. THE LADIES’ FRIEND. Although every stage of our life is full of danger, and exposed to difficulties pe culiar to itself, there is no one period of time the most perilous indeed—“lf I Was called upon,” says a charming au thor, “to write the history of a woman’s trials and sorrows, I would date it from the moment when nature has pronounced her marriageable ; and she feels that innocent desire of associating with the other sex, which needs not a blush If 1 had a girl, of my own. at this critical age. I should be full of the keenest apprehensions for her safety: and like the great poet, when the tempter was bent on seducing our first parents from their innocence and happiness, I would invoke the assistance of some guardian angel, to conduct her through the slippery and dangerous path.” Marriage is, doubtless, the most natural, innocent and useful state, if you can form it to any to\er«A&gt;le advantage. It bids fairest for that little ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 March 1817
PROPOSALS, •Y SAMUEL a. T. CALDWELL, Leesburg, Va. For publishing by subscription, a stxond edition qf die MEMOIRS OF WILLIAM SAMPSON, Including particulars o f his adventures in various parts of Europe; his confinement in the dungeons of the inquisition in Lisbon, he. ' SEVERAL ORIGINAL LETTERS, Being his correspondence with thq min. isters of state in Great Britain tnd Portugal; \ A short sketch of the HISTORY OF IRFLAFD, particularly as it respects the split of British domination in that country, and a few observations on the state of manners. &amp;c. in Americ;. HAVING obtained leave of the tuthor to publish an edition of the abovework, the editor with confidence appeals to the public for patronage and support in the undertaking; being lullyrassu ed that a work of such intrinsic value wil not be permitted any longer to slumbt r in the arms of obscurity. One limitec edition only has been published, which is now entirely out of market. The aul ion has been frequently solic...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 March 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; adjoining 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 SO.—tf. JAMES MACKLAN Saddle and harness maker , RESPECTFULLY informs his friends nd t...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 March 1817
I ♦LI,'I Cabinet Maker, Respectfully informs his friends'« the public in general, that he has opt ed a CABINET SHOP, in* house formerly occupied by John M&lt; 1 gan as a store, and opposite the store William Paxson, jr. wheie he inten to carry on the business in all its vario branches. He has on hand a compl, assortment of good materials, also go workmen, who are able to manufacto it in a proper manner. Any pert wishing furniture, by applying to hii shall be accommodated on the short! notice. Waterford, Feb. It [tf. Brandy for Sale. THE subscriber has for sale 300 lons apple, and 3 barrels of excel peach brandy, of the first and best ties, which he will dispose of on mi rate terms. THOMAS MARKS, Near Hillsboro’, Loudoun ? county, February 18. J For Sale. A likely, strong and healthy Negro Woman, about thirty years of age; has been acc toroed to out door and house work further particulars enquire of the edit of this paper. Feb. 18.—tf. Wanted to hire An honest and industrious...
COND I TI OJV S. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 March 1817
COND I TI OJV S. IE Genius or Liberty will be shed once a week on good medium ■,at TWO DOLLARS per annum, ,Ie in advance, or TWO DOL--8 and FIFTY CENTS, if not paid K the expiration of the year. No • will be discontinued until arrearare paid, except at the discretion : editor. vkrtisements will be inserted in ipieuous manner, at one dollar per e for the three first insertions, and y-five cents for each additional inserThose who send in their advertise* s, will please to mention how often wish them inserted, otherwise they e continued until forbid, and charg. :ordingly. “ All communications and letters on si must be—-POST PAID.
Presidents Speech. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 March 1817
Presidents Speech . WASHINGTON, MARCH 4. This day at 13 o'clock, in the presence of the senate, most of the representatives in congress, and a large concourse of citizens and strangers, the PRESIDENT of the United States, took the oath of office administered by the chief justice of the United States, and deliver* ed the following SPEECH! I should be destitute of feeling if I was not deeply affected by the strong proof which my fellow citizens have given me of their confidence, in calling me to the high office, whose functions I am about to assume. As the expression of their good opinion of my conduct in the public service, I derive from it a gratifies tion. which those who are conscious of having done all they could to merit it, can alone feel. My sensibility is increas ed by a just estimate of the importance of the trust, and of the nature and extent of its duties; with the proper discharge of which, the highest interests of a great and free plbple are intimately connected Consciou...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 March 1817
4 Paper Mill, VTIJVG OFFICE , AND MILL SEATS FOR SALE. E subscriber will sell his PAPER j, on Tuscarora creek, five and a riles from Frederick town, Feederlunty, Maryland, with ) Acres of Land. e are about 55 acres in timber, and ■est cleared The Paper Mill has at, with every thing convenient and iletej six pair of moulds, two of wove 4 new-—There are two good Iwelling houses on the premises, excellent kitchens attached thereto; i very healthy neighborhood; a saw is now building on the same place; is an excellent mill seat below the ' null, it has 23 feet fall, and is calsd for either a grist mill, or any of factory; there are also apple, i and cherry trees on the premises, never failing springs of excellent r—it is believed to be exceeded by ace in the United States for health; is an excellent range for cattle and —a public road passes through it ager s-town, Washington county, rland. lere is a Printing Office at the paper where book work has been carried jere are cuts for the Univ...