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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 31 March 1818

[tub OBMCSOP liberty. BY rMWKL B. T. CALDWELL, LEESBURG, VA. PUBLISHER OE THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. ** a. ... ... ■-■ .. -i -a.' • - ..■J-.-.Z.- .-I- - • • • • - - - • • _ s ■ J - TUESDAY, MARCH Si, ISIS. No, 12. VOli. W'l

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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PS/i’WW [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 31 March 1818

P S/i’WW ItBC Gkm 0 * or Libbhtt will be B?«.a once a week on good medium B**TV tv VO DOLLARS per annum, is!- m advance, or TWO DOLKgs and FIFTY CENTS, if not paid Kw the expiration of the year. Ni ILer will be discontinued until arrearSTtre paid* except at the discretion editor. _ ■ ipmTisKMKVTs will be inserted ih I conspicuous manner, at cne dollar per the three first insertions, and WkUt ve cents for each additional inserKT” Those who send in their adveitisewill please to mention how often C> villi then inserted, otherwise they Cl be continued until forbid, and churgKd accordinglyjtn communications and letters on L« ( i must be—POST PAID.

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I Virginia Legislature. I 'SKETCHES OF THE LAWS, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 31 March 1818

I Virginia Legislature. I 'SKETCHES OF THE LAWS, famed bylhe Legislature of Virginia, likir itiiiou began on the \st December 1118. fXloncludcd.J 180 An net concerning pensioners, midts that all pensions now allowed ij Uw shall henceforth be payable half ewrly--181 An jict appointing com mi.siaeen to remove obstructions to the Htigation in the Ohio river 182 An act concerning the auditor ((public accounts 183 An act to establish a wareI»uk; for the inspection of tobacco, ud in inspection of flour in the town rfOannileia the county of Pittsylvauii. /. 184 An net to amend an act entitled an act to create a fund for internal inpnvement %183 An act to amend an pet, entitled an act to amend the act reducing intMßethe several acts concerning the •peetion of lumbers M 6 An act concerning Mary P. tomdcri 187 An act concerning the lands Jfrttch Patrick Coutts died seized, and “e*idow and heirs of Edmond Lucy •eeutd 188 An act concerning the records ■to general court act concerning the town ■...

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OUR RELATIONS WITH SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 31 March 1818

OUR RELATIONS WITH SPAIN. The president communicated to the house on the Uth inst. ell the document* relative to our relations with Spain. The following is the report of of state L Oeparment 6f State* Uth March, 18 It. The Secretary of State, to whom have been referred the resolutions of the Sen* ate of 16th December, and of the House of Representatives of 24th February last, tias th£ honor of submitting to the Pres* ident the correspondence between this department and the Spanish Minister re* siding here, since he received the last instructions of his government to renew the negociatiou which, at the time ol the , lest communication to congress, was suspended by the insufficiency of his power/ These documents will shew the present state of the relations between the two go* vernmenls. As in the remonstrance by Mr. De Onis of the 6th of December, against the occupation by the United Mates of Amt,* lia Island, he refers to a previous communication from him, denouncing the expedition o...

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FOREIGN ADVICES, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 31 March 1818

FOREIGN ADVICES, We present to-day the speech of the Lords Commissioners to the British Parliament. The Prince ’Regent assures Parliament ofthe friendly dispositions of all foreign powers—of the improvement in the revenue, the general tranquility of the empire and the loyalty of the people. He informs Parliament of treaties concluded with Spain & Portugal on the abolition of the slave trade and recommends the building of a number'of places of worship of the established church. Regrets for the death lof the Princess Cherlblte are unmingle- , «d with any,.hint of t «itii for a divorce unless it may be-fouad in the following IpSssaga ■‘■amidst hie pwn sufferings, hit royal highnfess “has not been unmindful of the effect which "the sad event must have on the interests and future prospect of the kingdom." Complaints are made of the adulteration of American flour and a hope expressed that in'future no foreign flour, but wheat will be admitted. We may make ourselves perfectly e...

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I.ONDOX, JAN. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 31 March 1818

I.ONDOX, JAN. 12. It is said that Ministers have agreed with the Governors and Directors of the Ban!;, to introduce a bill into parliament to continue the restriction of cash payments for two years more, from the month of July next, at which time the present restriction iexpiresl If this be true, which we apprehend it is, the pub lie will consider it as a proof that all the calculations of the Chancellor of the Exchequer have completely' failed, and his system is proved to hedeceitful. While there is an unfunded debt of seventyfive millions, and the public owe the bank so enormous a sum, the Treasury must yetld to the mandate of the blue parlour, and the consequence will be, that speculation in every article, ficticious prices, and the export of capital for the benefit of our rivals in manufacture and commerce, will go on to an increased extent.

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■from the f/ew York Com, Advertiser, March 17. FROM BUENOS AYRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 31 March 1818

■from the f/ew York Com, Advertiser, March 17. FROM BUENOS AYRES. Our Philadelphia Correspondent unde r date of March 16 at noon, gives the following information;—.“ Captain Oliver, of th'e ship Augustas from Buenos Ayres, informs, that about the 10th of November, the Bueuos Ayrean government schr. dlrevido , 18 guns and ISO men, commanded by Capt. John Hadetl, bound out of La Plata on a cruise, was brought to by a Portuguese sloop of war, the commander of which demanded to search the schr. and examine her papers. The demand was refused, and a battle ensued, which resulted in the capture of the sloop of war, and in the loss of many men on both side*. Soon after the action closed, a Portuguese friga*e came tip, took both vessela, and carried them into Montevideo, where the schr. remained, and her officers and crew In prison late in December.” SALEM, March 10.—-Drowned, during the late freshet in Shawheen river, Andover, as they were attempting to cross the causeway in a chaise; Mr. H...

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INTERNAL IMPROVES [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 31 March 1818

INTERNAL IMPROVES GENIUS OF LlfilU TUESDAY, Manes The House of Repr«sent«ti y „ length come to the following ‘‘that Congress have p* Wer constition to Appropriate msm?"! construction of post roads, miiuJj other roads, and of canals and provement of water courses," S resoululiona which,gave to construct military and pdstiiJjj nals, &.c. provided priva'te bJTm not taken for public use without pensation, were negatived. question appearstobe settled that gress has the power of sppitojS money for public roads, &c. power of constructing them. S/iecie— Arrived on Wednesdays this port after a pleasant days from Alexandria,the waggnM, verance Grub, Master, fey with SIXTY FIVE THOUSAM) DOLLARS IN SPECIE for the Bank of the Valley in this pbn, ji Specie is deposited in the “atroofbM thus laying a foundation for the the cate sion of a ppper currency predicated ssm specie capital, which is the chief tm stone in all monied institutionsit they must eventually fall. &amp...

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0 Tabathy! 0 Moses! [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 31 March 1818

0 Tabathy! 0 Moses! h.E?iT° R - '• jyfl) you ever hear any thing to cull it! That a man, who appears to Lie Latin with as much ease as my kiida knits, should copy a half dozen net from Virgil, in the original too, tea he expresses his doubts whether IdTimis capable of translating them, to i»»e that 'instigate does not mean ‘to initeto ill, kc.’ I should like very well liinow, sir, if Bailey' t French of Latin , French dictionary aud the Latin ternary are made the statidaids in these iping times of modern refinement, for kin English scholars! My son Tim, ho has just returned from school, says Id Watch’s English and classical dicionary. Sc Walker and Jonnson are made be standard in all the English schools north of this. Now what say these auhors?—l’ll look myself and not trust to (Hilda any more, though I believe she’s

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 31 March 1818

,T» . —Why really it is fco. |o°* Instigate > urge to ill, to provoke or incite to a time—.Eng. and das. diet. to urge to H>to incite to a crime— Johnson. to Now can any thing in this world be' Wner than the meaning of this ‘‘much ijjWtd** word—But Tim in rumaging W«y book case has found Webster, "wryaud Allison—let me consult them i moment : Ah! me it is again. |q» Instigate , to tempi Uidotvil, to incite, Webster to urge idortil, to provoke, Perry.— to urge o incite to a crime, Allison. I htv* now given the definition of the *°™»grCeably to 6 of the best Lex cog ‘•P®** extant—& these are all the au ™ihts I have in the house —had 1 a hail wtenmore I would carefully examine £ but I hate to borrow. The S*”‘though stupid Senex has consuit- • uLatmand French dictionaries to T*' 1 " ll 'e meaning of the nouns Inti 1/°". * In digator. The true English m 8 °f these words, and that is the W. Waning that the people at large •Illiui V n ° W ’ ls a g'ceably t...

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GENERAL,MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 31 March 1818

GENERAL,MISCELLANY. Perpetual Motion.— A New York paper announces the discovery of perpetual motion— d.ubtful, Indian murders.— Two men) a women and a child were recently attacked by the Indians near foil Mitchell, and killed. A report is in circulation that general Jackson has had skirmish with the Indians. Wm. Plumcr, a sterling republican, is re-elected governor of the state of NcwHampshrre. Jacob Spangler has resigned his seat as a representative in congress horn Pennsylvania, having accepted an office under the state government; We regret to line! so many gentlemen voluntarily retiring from their seats in the edngressand particularly in the house of representatives of the United States. It is said that, from this disposition and from the rotation between the counties in each district, which prevails in NewYork, scarcely one of the twenty.Seven representatives from that state will be a memuer of the next congress. Mr. Spen cer, Mr. Tallmadge and Mr. Taylor , three leading member...

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Charleston, Feb. 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 31 March 1818

Charleston, Feb. 23. Important improvement. —The superb new Stkam Rice Mill, lately elected by Jonathan Lubas, Jun. Lsq. and cm bracing many valuable irtiprovcmens, has been put into operation wjtlfin a few weeks past—and we understand Unit one day last week, seventy three bbls. of tic. trom the rough, were completely clean ed barrelled and coopered, in the shor. space of 22 1 2 hours. A steam-boat was launched at St. Sle phens, in the beginning of February, to be called the Alaban a o/'6V. Siefi/u>:s; bur then 230 ion*. Heca.ll of Genera! Moriilo. The Spamshgovernment are about ' send a new general to replace Morilb, whose want of success in the affair of Margureita, is said to have been tb cause of his disgrace, His successor n Lieut, Gen. Don J. M. Gagigal. It t.said that about 8,008 men of all arms, will embark in the Russian squadron, bad ten companies of artillery, i 'he particular destination of this force has not transpired —Parispaper, Dec. 4.

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GEN. MINA NOT DEAD! [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 31 March 1818

GEN. MINA NOT DEAD! Baltimouk, March 27. On the authority oi'two letters receiv ed in this city,one from the aid of gen. Mina dated 14 days since, the other from gen. Mina himself, dated only 20 days since we are justified in asserting that the account published of that officer beingtaken and shot, is without foundation and that his affairs are now in a more pros, perous situation than ever they have yet been.—[/'cd. Hep.

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, Public Sale of Loudoun Land. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 31 March 1818

, Public Sale of Loudoun Land. ON t|ie first Friday in May next. be. nig the first tlajr of the. Month, will be offered at public auction to the highest bidder, the following tracts of LAND; belonging t6 the Estate of the late Thonias Lttdwelll.ee- cfCotoh. The sale will absolute y be nit'de. at Mr. tidwards’ tavern in Leesburg, at IS tic lock, and such as wish to establish then’ strives on easy terms in a country rapidly advancing, would do well to pi&pare for iti The Mansion House M tact contains 894 ACRLS,an abundai ce of VVOuii and TIMBEKj and 340 ACIfKh of rich river bottom. The upland is of a good quality and Welt suited to farming and grazing. The improvements are very valuable and desirable; a commodious and elegant DVVELLlNfjjwith 'eveiy out house that can be wished; aCl' HDEN largo and beautiful w,th an t SUCH A K Hof the chikesi fn.ilt all glulled. The purest & finest watri ju-tai thedo or. The second tract adjoins the Mill l ot and is washed by Go...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 31 March 1818
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 31 March 1818

Fifty Dollars Rexvard. Kanaway from the subscriber (living near Leesburg, Loudoun County,) on Saturday the 14th inst. a negro, man named DICK, S3 or S3 years of age, about six feet high, coarse and strong built, of quite a dark complexion, has a scar on his face near his eye apparently occasioned by a burn when young, had on when he went away coat and pantaloons of home made twilled cloth of a grey colour nearly new, and took With him a home made drab coloured coat half worn, with various othhr articles of clothing not recollected. iWill give tan dollars if taken twenty tnilcs from home; thirty if fifty miles, and the above reward if at a greater distance, and all reasonable charges in either instance for bringing him horns STEPHEN C. ROSZEL, March 28 th,—[St. The Warrenton Palladium of Liberty, will please to insert the above 3 times and send his account to this office.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 31 March 1818

AUTHORISE!) J1 p . Just published by. - ■ liot; , City of H’lis/iivgtotiy LAWS relating to (he PUBLIC LANDS OF the United States, reso’. 1 .. - , of congress under the coin, . l<- a—ties, proclamations and Othet dot bis having operation and respect to them, collected, digested and arranged, ptft'fuant to two acts ot congress, passed April 27, 1810 and jan. 20, 1817. WITH A COPIOUS APPKNMX. )Cj“ The above work tor sale at t(iis office. WAR' DEPART WEJif, Pension Office, March do, ifclS. Rules and regulations for sudsn.rutat-nff claims to to be observed under ihe last) of Congress yj the 1 Bn’. of March , 1818, vii\ r The commissions o{ officers, at d the discharges ol the reguiai soldiers 6i die army ol the devolution, til m txisiei ce) applying dor pensions under the above act, will, in every, instance, te turn shed to the Vt ar Department; anti tit Signatures ot the respective Judges, ceuiiying in these eases, must be a.tested by the seal of the Courts wtaete such Juogcs...

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THE HEARTY OLD ODD FELLOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 31 March 1818

THE HEARTY OLD ODD FELLOW. THE RECESS -1 1 or/ V A SOVO. While with health on one hand *nd con* tent on the other, I enjoy a companion and friend, That leave me no carea nor vexations to smother, Which oft on poor mortals attend; And while 1 reflect that with doctor and drug But few have through life brush’d so well,.OS . I give thanks that with time I’ve so long stood the tug, Still a hearty and sound Old Odd Fallow t The b’eaamga of youth I enjoy ’dwhtlel held ;«n, J Though life’s but a short fleeting day; And mortals ate,pleas’d with its ev’ning but seldom, Yet I’ll welcome its last parting ray; And though time in my face its deep furrows may plow. - And the bloom on my cheek may turn yellow, Discontent he abitll never see perch’d on the brow Of a bis sty qld honest Odd Felowl ; We know that fine words may be founded in Hctio'q, And with friends,’tis too often the case; Yet if ever I meet an old friend in affliction, May 1 never put on a new fsce; Nor a stranger distreat psas unf...

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■From the Mercantile Advertiser. PATENT HARVESTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 31 March 1818

■From the Mercantile Advertiser. PATENT HARVESTER. The modei.,of a machine to cut, thresh and clean wheat, rye, oats, barley, fcc. at one operation, is now exhibiting at tha Tontine Coffee House, by the inventor, and has attracted the attention of many gentlemen of scienc a, h practical -agriculturalists, all of whom we understand, express the highest opinion of its merits. The machine is constructed to be moved by the strengh of one horse —enters a field of wheat, rye, Stc. will take 4 ‘a two men’s lead ahead,” and cut thresh and fan the grain fit for the mill or market, and without waste or leaving any thing behind to be cleaned. This complete operation can be performed as fast as a horse can walk. Tha machine may be separated and used only for cuttjng and gathering the grain which will render it extremely simple and effective. lt.ia*alculated that two horses, and one man to attend them, will cut and gather the grain from twentyfive acres per day The nett cost of a machine for cut...

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I Fomim-t [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 31 March 1818

I Fomim-t one Hundred and thres 'ACRES of first rate land sittfeied ki the county of Loudoun within one and aft half mile* of the' Blue Ridge commonly called SCOTLAND MILLS. This place is On excellent stand (br a store and the milting business, there is a good store house on the premises; which ik at present occupied by a merchant. Al soa distillery which is supplied With water from a never failing stream, which can be commanded at pleasure. There is likewise on the premises a new saw mill and a merchant mill containg one pair of first rate Burrs and one pair of country mill Stones with bolting cloths' and other machinery. The mill House is Out of repair, but it is believed by a respectable woi k man, that it may be put in good grinding condition for some 7 or B hundred dollars, two public roads' leadby the distillery,store house,dwelling house, grist and saw mill; the neighborhood is in as high state of cultivation as any part of the county and is equally as healthy & p...

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