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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 31 March 1818
To Rent, That well known established stand in Loudoun county, lying on the main road leading from the city of Washington to Keys’ ferry on the Shenaadpah riser, fire miles from Leesburg, and three from Waterlord, for one or more years, so as to suit both parties. This stand has been constantly occupied as a tavern upwards, of sixty years and is well known by the name of Lacey'* tavern. DAVID LACXT. March 34.—3w*.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 31 March 1818
Dissolutio?i of Partnership IM consequence of B • Williamson's moving to Baltimore, the partnership hitherto existing under the name, and firm of VV illiamson and Shawen was, on the 30th January, by mutual consent dissolved. All persons indebted to the firm are requested to come forward and settle their accounts with David Shawen who is authorised to receive all monies due to the firm. B. WILLIAMSON, C. SHAWEN. ; Bussinkss will hereafter be conduct* ed at the same place under the firm of C. Shawen &amp; Co, who will continue to keep a general assortment ol excellen good’s on moderate terms. A liberal price will be given in cash or goods for wheat rye and corn. - C. SHAWEN k Cm. ' Waterford, Feb. 24.—it NOTICE. Will be gold for, cash on the 25th day of March 1818 at the Leesburg Hotel &amp; Coffee House in the town o', Leesburg, by virtue of a deed of trust given by John Stephenson to the Subscriber, for the benefit of Stephen Donhhoe, the Lease Right to a track of la...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 31 March 1818
JSR home, to Au| Hit colour iv« very dark thulutt preaching nearly op quit* to a bia He is five feel 8 or 9 inches big stoopv in the shoulders, is of thin v and nanit of body; has a downcast and stammers is his speech. He tween 35 and 30 years of age* K&lt; ticular mark er scar recollected', i there is one_ upon one or two of tli&lt; gers of the 'left hand occasioned by vert bruise.* It is believed that the n&lt; those Sngera are disfigured. 1 will give fifty dollars reward to person who wilt secure Min in an; so that I recover him, if he is a bended in Virginia; one hundred d( if apprehended in Maryland, or th« trict of Columbia, or t\vo hundred lars if apprehended in Pennsylvan in any other state or territory. Ai either case I will pay all reaso charges in addition if he is brought to me. ARMISTEAD T. MASO Loudoun county, Va L ? January 6.—tf. \ LOOK HEIIEi! Boot § Shoe Manufactq THIS subscriber respecfully ini his friends and the public in ge hat he has co...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 31 March 1818
intenilence rtWVur eral assortment of Pmjj Vi* ■’ ' . Superfine, r second aifd l„., ble mill’d drabs, double fine and second casimen coatings, stokinets and I nett’s cords, corduroys s VRLVETTE: Fancy toifeaet mezilla an ngs, brepn cambiics, ,nga, printed calictea, pa( Ml dars, nlk’handkerchiefs,'o hoaery. —ALSO—- , great variety qf/ath.,, Ready Made Cloth •fevtry description, size and , Gentlemen who may prefer. I measure taken may rely on.; being executed in the new,, with neatness arid punctuality' The above assortment will foi ly supplied with the most f and seasonable GOODS, as arrive, end will be offered for i reduced cash. ■ —also- m a complete assortment of eve manufactured TOBACCO, ! American CIGARS; MaccoboVS and Scotch SWUFF, &amp; c . ““ and others, who may wish to j wholesale , may be, supplied anuria prices. March Hf-SW H ‘,'fP 600 Acres »of rich UiND FOR M This land lies opposite the Monocasy, bounding about If the Potomack river, three huw‘ in wood: the timbe...
COXMT10** [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 April 1818
COXMT 10 ** L,£ Gi i»ui OK Lxbkbtt will be on S ood mea '“ ,n Wr. TWO DOLLAR!? per annum, advance, or TWP DOIWttiiM Firtir cents. « not P aid ■T t l, e expiration of the year. No BTwill be discontinued until arreyrW n paid, except at the discretion ■die editorHi »«tis*J** SITS will be inserttd in BjjLnou* manner, at one dollar per IE for the three first insertions, and KLivr cents for each additional inser■T Those Who send in their advertisc■L*. will please to mention how often Htfwfch the-n inserted, otherwise they Ktcontinued''until forbid, and charg. ■ leedrdingly■ij* AU communications and letters on be—POST PAID.
Mil Dollars Regard. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 April 1818
Mil Dollars Regard. BiliwAT Siam the subscriber (living H Leesburg.Loudoun County,) on Mfdsy the ,14th &gt;nst. a. negro man 1) 1 C K, lot 33 years of age, about six feet high, me and strung omit, of quite a bark ■jiltxion, has a scar on his face near I eye apparent ly occasioned by a burn ken young, had on when he Went away at and pantaloons of home made twud cloth of a grey colour nearly ew,and took 'with him a home made nb coloured coal half worn, with variin other articles of clothing not receipted. twill give ten dollars if taken •tiny miles from home; thirty if fifty iltMndihe above reward if at agrealrdiiunce, and ail reasonable charges ieither instance for bringing him home fSTEPHEN C. ROSZEL, March 28th,—[St. the WaitentonPalladium of Liberty, ill please, to insert the above 3 times id send his account to this otticc. t ■ . f "Sr
tsjvi OF THE U. STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 April 1818
tsjvi OF THE U. STATES. By Authority . relative to the -tan of the late edition of the Unc fitmked hy the Senate and Hnitue o; Wmrnintive, ufiht United States (J in Congress assembled, That th S?”!? 1 ti.a'laws prepared and prftitet ("r r Jit authority' of the act, entitle! ft," MW 1 f 101 ise a new edition ol MWlion of laws respecting the. * je distributed in the &lt; ' “'lowing,- that is to say, one ( l'*l’ Vcre '' t° the President Nt • *” States, the Vice-President ll “ **®h member ,of the .Senate, fiom ,°i. Pr’esemativcs- and delegates i(li fifteen ccpies shall be ,!&gt; • *° Secretary of the Senate C «. y u CnpitB to the clerk of the iiij l 1 tebteßetilatives for the use of l«ili« 3 l x:t ' ,ve !.Vi one copy shall Cm re £ t0 oach df the Judges of the nirf* c ° u, ‘ and clerk thereof, to &amp;cl , erlk »&gt; marshals, and attor. delir- M i dlB lnct, one copy shall **UieS« t0 l^e Secretary of State. Wi„.? re °* the Treasury, to .the tclj.,, °; ■ Jo...
From the' Spirit y] the Times. almanac predictions. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 April 1818
From the' Spirit y] the Times. almanac predictions. Several mornings, this year, the sun will rise before certain people discovri it, and set before they have done then day "s work. In the course df next spring and summer, many alterations will be made in the form and trimmings of the Ladle’s head-dresses: but I am not able to give my opinion at present, whether their appearance will be improved by the alterations. On the 4th of July next, many sober people will get drunk before they are aaware of it. The public debt will not be paid this year. The same will happen with many private debts. There will be many eclipses of male and female virtue this year, some Visible snd some invisible. Many people will drink more strong drink than would be sufficient to keep them sober; and take more physic than would be sufficient to keep them in health, J Many young ladies will be married, who art not yet courted: and many who are courted will wait another year. I here will be several long debates...
METEORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 April 1818
METEORS. Three of the most luminous and brilliant of those celestial Phenomena, were seen at Richmond on the night oi Thursday the IBth instant. The first appeared as early in the evening as sun set, it was visible for the space of three and a half minutes, moving in a north west direction and seemed to exp.ode a few miles distant from Richmond* Its height in tjic Atmosphere did nbt appear to be more than a few hundred yards. Ihe two last were seen about ten at night exhibiting a similar appearance as the first.
JErjTjvjfeYc JMUSEMEjrra. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 April 1818
JErjTjvjfeYc JMUSEMEjrra. • ,■■ ' ■ ;; t y . • t favored, by the pontescasaf a g»ntte*wn from N, York, whb an English publication entitled Evenmg Amusements, or the beauties of the Heavens displayed, from which we shall occasionally make extracts that can* net fail to prove interesting to the Amer‘can philosopher. The work is edited by W,u. Frend, esq. formerly fellow fc iutor Of Jesus College, where he was tutor for more, than se'ven years. He was deprived of his place in that college by dissenting from the Athanasian creed and teaching that no God ohould be worshipped but the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. His observations upon the doctrine of the tides, varies materially from those of Sir Isaac Newtoh, who makes the moon ‘.he prime agent in the ebbing and flowing of the tides; but Mr. Frend asserts that the moon has no more influence upon the tides than upon the brain* of a lunatick. Mr. Frend’s speculations we hope will elicit philosophic enquiries on the subject upon ...
THE SEMINOLE WAP- [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 April 1818
THE SEMINOLE WAP- We find in the document* «' ject, recently transmitted * „hai)|K*** dent to Congress, an, pfflcw . lion of those circumstance* -v preceded! and attended tl&gt;« gost * l' ments of cur troop* in \ t These official papers vary substance from the unofSci#' mmM . , ,tj n k it material -to pub--2T with‘he exception of the folHteumeul*. which .educe to form the rumor* we have heard instructions to our m.l.taIH.he war. -
logics of ljbfuty. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 April 1818
logics of ljbfuty. l r . &lt; • i, received and under considfttilioD. I Nothing materially interesting was reLixd bf the last mall. Congress are Ewsiieg through their unfinished busiEu and hare passed a resolution to Ltet on the 2d of Nor. 9 Mother atlemfit t* rob the Mail, was B.j. 0 n last Thursday night, seven E||ci from Newbury, Mas*. A pole was Enwo scross the road and a fellow seizEd the reins; hut the driver applied the Ekip, and the horsds sprung and got Kty*, \ * I IDITOII’s CORH*SPOSD*KC«. M Extract of a letter from a gentleman in 9 IVadltinglon city , to the editor of tbit 9 paper dated March St, 1818. I There exists here an unhappy divis9iea among the republican* relative to 9&gt;he South Americans. You have no Hdoubt seen the result of Mr. Clay’s rao9lion to appropriate money to send a minI liter tu Buenos Ayres. Its fate was ■stamped by a majority of 70 against it. 9 Many who opposed the motion deemed 9hunconstitutional, under the firm be- ■ lief that i...
SOU 1 AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 April 1818
SOU 1 AMERICA. A motion was triad* in committee of the whole, on the 28th tilt, by Mr. Clay to introduce an appropriation lor a minister to Buenos Ayres, and after much interesting debate, in which ■ Mr. Clay was opposed by Messrs, horsyth, Smith and Nelson, the question was negatived 115 (0 45. On the 3oth the question was again renewed in the house liy Mr' Anderson of ivy. “to appropriate a sum not .exceeding is,ooo dollars for an outfit &amp; tor one year's salary ol a ministei to the United Provinces of the river Plata, the outfit to be paid and the salary to commence whenever the president shall deem it expedient to send a minister to the government of the said provinces." Tl\e question was taken without debate and decided by exactly the same vote a* decided the question in committee of the whole, viz. yea* 45, nays 115. it may no?"be amiss to mention thai &gt;o,this question thd republican party »re divided and the federal party appear o keep aloof from the con...
LIST OF LETTERS, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 April 1818
LIST OF LETTERS, Remaining in the fiost-offi.ee at Leesburg Va. on the Ist dfiril IBIS, which if not taken u/t before the Ist July next, will be sent, to the general fiost-office as dead letters, A John R Adams, James Ashton, Sarah Ashton, John Adams. B Henson Bradshaw, Sampson Blincoe 9; Mr. Boyd, John Bayly, Colcmorc Bar shears, Peter Boss, James L. Brackett. C 1 Bayel Clements, William Cline, James Graig; Joseph Caldwell, William Collet, John F. Clark, John Clark, George E. Cordell. D Thomas Drane, sn’r. Miss Fhebe Dunuoho. E Charles Elmore.' Enock Francis, William Fulkerson, esqr. P. Foley.' G Samuel Garret, Isaac Griffith, Wm. Gore, Nathan Grig, Thomas Gassaway* Amy Giason, VV’uliam Gilmore, Anna Gilmore, Jubeph Goodin, H James 11. Hamilton, IS; Russel B. Harrison, Mr. Hatton, Joseph Huff, Lewis Hunt, William Higdon, William Hollingsworth, Lewis Harper. J \V dliam Jenners, 3; Leah Jones George Jenney, 2, K. Samuel Kirk, 3; Mr. King, 2; L William Linton, Samuel Luckctt. ', M Atm...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 April 1818
BOARDING HOUSE) No. 305, : ' NORTH WEST CORNER OF MARKET AND EIGHTH STREETS MISS E. &amp; F. SaicKEuoiu from Culpepper County, Virginia, mo»t rcspectfdlly inform their friends, and the public in general, that they hava commenced keeping a boarding house, and hope by strict attention to merit a share of public patronage; they pledge themselves to have their table furnished with the beat (he market afford*.—Travellers from the southward and westward will find the house kept in the manner of those of their own section of country—it is situated in one of the roost pleasant and airy parts of the city, in every respect calculated to make a residence in it comfortable. April 7th, 1818. [3t. Edinburgh and Quarterly Reviews. These distinguished European literary journals are re-printed in New-York by Kirk and Mercein. Each of the above reviews consists of four numbers published quarterly, Containing more than 3SO pages each; or two semi-annual volumes, containing each more than aOO p...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 April 1818
TO THE PUBLIC. Robert I. Taylor Esq. sttorny at law, having spoken of my name in court, as a juror, in the case of the Commqj&lt;&gt;\vcalih against Capt. Gregg, in away calculated to inflict .a temporary wound, upon my private character; I consider it my duty to say, that, after the suit now pending in court, between Messrs. Gregg and Swearts, is decided, I will reply to the ingenius Mr. Taylor, and “render unto Osar the things which are Cxsai’s." wm.;h. handy. April 7, 1818. PROSPECTUS. James Riley, LATE MASTER Sf SUPERCARGO OF THB AMERICAN BRIG COMMERCE, AND MEMBER OF THE NEW-TORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Offers to his fellow citizens, proposals for publishing by subscription, a third edition of a new and interesting work, entitled ANi AUTHENTIC NARRATIVE h OF THE LOSS OF SAID BRIG, Which waa wrecked on the western coast of Africa in the month of August, 1815, now in press, and will be published in July next. ; TOGETHER WITH An interesting account (never published befo...
THE RECESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 April 1818
THE RECESS. For the Genius of Liberty Hr. Editor, You will insert the following line* in the columns of your paper if you conaider them worthy of publication. Mow fades the evening landscape on the view, And o’er each vale tholength’ning shadow glides; Night hovering near, brings in's dark’ning hue, And sullen silence o’er the scene prevails. Save from deep echoing woods, the owl bewails. That twilight should so late prolong its stay, And Inver’s waves increas’d by distant gales, Are gently murtn’ring as they pass away. Come mem’ry, come, and lift the solemn veil, Which o’er the past the hand of Time has spread; Come, fancy, come,'and wake in sad dctail, The slumb’ring names of the illustrious dead!—— Old Egypt starts again from Vassalagel And trembling nations bend beneath her sway; The untutor’d World returns to pupilagel • /. rid Science first imparts her gonial ray, iiut Why should fancy cheat die mental view, With empires that die arm of fate haa _ crush'd, When sense proclaims...