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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 April 1818
&gt;■»* BXPAXTMXMT, Pension Office, March 36, IBIS. Rule* and regulation » /or substantiating claints to pensions, to he observed under ihe law of Congress of the lith gf March, IBIS, viz; The commissions of officers, and the discharges of the regular soldiers of the army of the Revolution, (if in existence) applying for pensions under the above act, will, in every instance, be furnished to the \V ar Department; and the signatures of the respective Judges, certifying in these cases, must be attested by the seal of the Courts where such Judges preside. The person applying for pension to declare, under oath, before the Judge; that from his reduced circumstances he needs the assistance of his country lor support. Arraovin, J. C. CALHOUN. publishers of the Laws will give the above insertion in their papers for two mouths. % AUTHORISED BY CONGRESSJust published by Jonathan Elliot, City &lt;f Washington, LAWS relating to the PUBLIC LANDS OF the United States, resolutions o...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 April 1818
600 Acres of rich Loudoun * LAND FOR SALE. T»i» land lies opposite the mouth of Monocuy, bounding about li miles on the Potomack river, three hundred acres in wood: the timber and growth of thy. land will speak for itself: the abundant aprings of water of the first quality, and many of them on the banks of the Potomack, affording excellent seats for distilleries, as well as a valuable MIL L-S E A T, ought .to Attract the attention of capital- | ists. 1 consider this laud as fully equal to any land in Loudoun county. Jt all points south and is si level as any man could Wish. It affords an inexhaustible i quantity of building atone of the best &lt; quality. 1 believe there is no land in the world more adapted to clover and the pilaster ot Pans than this: there is more valuable timber and wood upon this land 1 that.could be conveniently sold for more than I ask for tht whole estate, and yet retain *n ample support Several merchants nails of the fiist character arc in the neighb...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 April 1818
' mi, ONE HUNDRED ax,* ACRES of fir»t rate land* county of Loudoun within „ half mile* of the Blue Rid*T called SCOTLAND place it an excellent \ and the milling butinett, th*M•tore house on the premise** * at pretent occupied by a m* to a distillery which in water from a never failing i can be commanded at pleasn** it likewise on the premise***’ mill and a merchant mill cm* pair of first rate Burrs aniwj country mill stones with boll 1 and other machinery. T^ e is out of repair, but it is bi respectable voikn.an, that ■ a put in good grinding condition i!I i l 7 or 8 hundred dollars, tw o nj?* leadby the distillery, store house, grist and saw mills the nei hood is in at high state of culii, any part of the county and i* t healthy It, productive for crery , D crop. To suit purchasert4hVl*u be sold in lots or entire the fimJ, April next. For further particular,*! to Edward Owen bn the premi-,! benjaminowSj FLEET SMITH. Leesburg, Feb. 24—if. NOTICE. .a Gaon mmjm, \ May be had in the Fe...
cowmotfs. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 April 1818
cowmotfs. t 0F LlBI!!,TT wil ! be gPj #oce a week on good medium Wr TVVO DOLLARS per annum, ■JL advance, or TWO DQLmr nd pjfl’Y CENTS, if not paid Em expiration of the year. No m*iU be discontinued until arrearEfpaid, except at the discretion R editor. V |KTISI mx)*ts will be inserted in ■ manner, at one dollar per the three first insertions, and Wjht cents for each additionalinser ■ Thoie who send in their advertiscIm, will please to mention how often Kj,hthem inserted, otherwise they Re continued piitil forbid, and charg■twrdingly*/ N WrAH cotPtnunicatiom and letter* on wLumuit be-—POST PAID.
LAWS OF THE U. STAGES. By Authority. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 April 1818
LAWS OF THE U. STAGES. By Authority. AN ACT to authorise certain purchasers of public land to withdaw their entries k transfer the moneys paid theteon. Be it enacted by the Senate and Haute of Reflretentativet of the United Statei of America in Congrett aesembled, That the following persons shall be permitted to withdraw their respective entries made with the register of the land office for the dis|pict of Jeffersonville,,for the purchase of land in said district, vis. Abraham Wiseman, for the north-east and north-west quarters Of section four,township four south, rahge one east; John Jones, for the north-west quarter of section thirty four, township three south, range one east; Gory Jones for the southeast quarter of section four, township four south, range one cast; Abraham Van Winkell, for the north :yfeat quarter of section three township, four south, range one east; and Joseph Tibs, for the north* east quarter of section twenty eight, township three south, range one east.— And ...
A Letter of Advice* [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 April 1818
A Letter of Advice* Written by a father to hti only daughter immediately after her marriage. The following letter is handed to us, “from the pen of one of the beat”—and our correspondent “believes iA his con* acience t one of the greatest men that Vir- 1 ginia has produced." It is written in an admirable manner upon a most interest* ing subject—and is worthy of the high reputation which the author beats—lt forms an excellent supplement to the celebrated letters of Ur. Gregory to his daughters.— Mnq. MT dear "You have just entered into that state which is repiete with happiness or misery. The issue depends upon that prudent, Amiable, uniform conduct which wisdom sad virtue so strongly recommend on the one hand, or on that imprudence, which a want of reflection, or passion may prompt, on the other, lint, as there is no wish nearer to my heart, than that you ensure all that happiness, which the union of virtuous persons is capable ot bestowing; and as the best sometimes err lor the wan...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 April 1818
prospectus. .James Riley, I MASTER# SUPERCARGO OP THE iekican brig commerce, MEMBER OF THE NKW-VOKK HISTORICAL SOCIETY, N to his fellow citizens, proposals publishing by subscription, a (bird edition of a new and interesting twork, entitled AUTHENTIC NARRATIVE HE LOSS OF SAID BRIG, was 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' interesting account (never published •re) of the loss of the ship Oswego, Hudson, N. Y. on the same coast in year 1800, with the sufferings of her riving officers and crew, who were alcnslaved by the wandering and fero- “ Arabs; with observations on the it that caused her destruction; an it of the coast and country, inhabiTnanners, customs, soil, climate, Witten by Judah Paddock, her late Witt the particular request, in wrif i S overnor of the state of Newseveral friends of the first reslUbihly and presented by capt. Pad“e “uthor for publication, as an Wflixto the thi...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 April 1818
BOARDING HOUSE) No. 305, NORTH WEST CORNER OF MARKET AND EIGHTH STREETS pijilawlpljia. WBaaassssssm MISS E. &amp; F. Shackemohd from Culpepper County, Virginia, most respectfully inform their friends, and the public in general, that they have commenced keeping a boarding house, and hope by strict attention te merit a share of public patronage; they pledge themselves to have their table furnished with the best the market affords.—Travellers from the southward and westward will find the house kept in the manner of those of their own section ot country—it is situated in one of the most pteasam and airy parts of thccity, in every respect calculated to make a residence in it comfortable. April Tth, 1818. [St. g TO MILLERS. , THE agent for Oliver Evans, will be at (he Loudon Aprilcourt, at Foley’s tavern to receive, applications for licences to use his machinery. April 7th 1818. Land for Sale THE subscriber offers for sale 130 Acres of Land, Lying in Fauquier county, within a mile...
EVENING’* JiJUVSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 April 1818
EVENING’* JiJUVSEMENTS. -1 INTRODUCED my savages last month with a view of bringing you to re* tlect on the nature of coinciuences, on which many mistakes occasionally,arise. These take place in common kite as well as in philosophy. How many times ilo we hear in conversation of marks in the human body* tor which the good wives have always a cause at hand. A particular object was seen by the mothei, or 1 some accident her, and this immediately set down aSHbe cause; it not he■tie qbject niay i of women in no such effect in my county, it Tenderdcn wlwin sands; ig wys truly ti more truth ineraily imagiperiy applied crying a coinone the prowhich it has not t|se least connection. It has been urged against me, with an air of triumph, and particularly by those who know scarcely any thing of Sir i saac Newton but his name, Who. have never read his works, that the whole of his fanciful doctrine of attraction must be true, since it accounts in so satisfactory a manner for the production of the...
Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 April 1818
Exhibition. I GENIUS of liberty. 'fUJiSJD'&amp;V* I**- flieannual exhibition of the students L,'Leesburg Academy, under the di ion and superintendence ol the rev. jp Mines, took place on Friday evenlast. The whole performance was Jim interring— not interesting, how*f| t0 those who attended only to gra- (, » theatrical taate; but highly so m 1 w ho sec and feel and know the obrtfor which it was intended. It was j [T a .1,. “feast of reason and the flow (soul” to behold a juvenile band oflitmy disciples at on#*e emulous to exd strengthening their memories, lading their minds, imbibing the intiples of patriotism and virtue—pvtnihg vice and contemning the folly, beiDteroperer.ee, the extravagance, and diee«lpropensities of society. Of such 1 tendency were the pieces selected for lb* exhibition. If our risible faculties KK moved, it was the ingenius satire, Wielded against some prevailing vicious nctice, that aroused them. If ou 1 ' sympathies were awakened, it was me ,niched sit...
COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 April 1818
COUNCIL. The following gentlemen were elected council for the corporation) on the (ith hut. Wc attach to their names the orator of votes by which they were eItcttd. ' John A. Binns ’ 10« Sami, M. Edwards S4 John Wilson 4 9t David Ogden 89 Snmpson Dlincoo 86 Sami. Miller 86 Martin Cordell 8! Hobt. R, Hough 79 .Joseph Beard 58 v Daac Harris 57 ' Thos. Saundei s 57 i John Thomas 5$ •Sami, bummers 5 . Presley Cordell 49 Do Wednesday last the council met appointed Samuel M. Edwards May*r ’ ln d.John A. Binns, recorder. prince william election. the John Linton, esq. °ct. Thos. F. Tebbs were elected’ ' ,hit county as delegates to the gciassembly. ' IMPORTANT, t r *Port that lord Cochran had • confi r America, appears to be i nj. 5® e( * hy accounts from Kingston »- (^ maica to 7th March. It is said ifti * MriVed at St.Jßartholomewswith three transports, having one * 114 ** n aien on hoard, from whence he Pedate letters from Csrao K , c ° rr °h°ratc the above, and atate that h Gu a PPOSe(I ...
WORE PRODIGIES [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 April 1818
WORE PRODIGIES Scarcely bare Mia* Me Aboy and Mias Caraboo and Min Albiaess, ceased to excite our wondering faculties, before we bear of no less wonderful pbenomift* in our own country, and in our own state too. Americans, it seems, are determined that the Europeans .shall not exceed them in any thing—ho not even credulity. The Richmond and Petersburg papers have treated their readers to a' feast of the marvellous, in the astonishing tale of the “ 7 win Sitter*,”— These sensitive young ladies arc represented as knowing each others thoughts and feelings when separated. To confirm this a gentleman “whose veracity has never been impeached, ** has visited them and made several experiments which confirm him in the belief that they do possess this astonishing faculty— One of these ladies he placed above stairs, the otner below. One would fix or teem to fix her mind on a subject, quite immaterial what, and then communicate in a whisper what she was thinking about, and immediately he would ...
GENERAL MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 April 1818
GENERAL MISCELLANY. MilledgeviUe, March 17. For some days a most painful anxiety has been felt for the fate ot Major Gen. Gains. It is now positively ascertained that the General is safe though some of those who were with him are lost.-*— In consequence of information from Fort Scott, that the commanding officer in* tended lo evacuate it, being scarce of provisions, Gen. Gaines, to prevent a measure so diastrous, suited with* a few others m a boat from Fort Early to descend the river to Fort Scott. In the night, when about 40 miles distant from the latter place, the boat was upset; the General, Ijiajor Nix and some wf the men escaped; Major Wright (aid to the general) and four men are stated to have been drowned. Gen. Gaines and those who reached the shore with him are understood to have fallen in with the Georgia detachment on its marsh near Fort Spott. LUTHER. A Nttremburg paper give* the followtag respecting the family of Luther:— Luther, himself, though he married, m it kaown, a...
UYMEmJiL. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 April 1818
UYMEmJiL. Married, Thursday evening lasi yy the rev. William Gilmore, Mr. Joseph Eiuson to jJAi&amp;i Maha'la Me. Jahty. - -On the nme evening by the jame Mr. Hezekiah 06*©n, (o Miss Nancy Lynn, all of this county. —— On Thursday the Ist inst. by the rev-J. Littlejohn, Mr. Geouck Sh a wen, to Miss Jane Hamilton all ol'this toutii ty.
EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 April 1818
EDUCATION. *\ “To teach the young idea how to *hoot.‘ THE subscribers respec fully inform the public, that a school for the instruction of youth trill be opened at Hillsborough, Loiidoun County, Va. on the first' of May ensuing. In this seminary the following branches will be taught, via; Reading, penmanship, English grammar and rhetorick. Geography with maps, and the use of the globes. Arithmetic, the Italian method ot book keeping, algebra, right and oblique angled plane 8c spherical trigonometry, mensuration of superficies and solids; Euclid’s elements, comic sections, the doctrine of fluxions St the theory of gunnery. In the appli- . cation of trigonometry to surveying and navigation', the student will be taught the practical uses of the compass—and the application of spherics to gcograph- / ical and astronomicral calculations will be illustrated with tire use of the globes— By Such students as shall have acquired a knowledge of algebra, that key to mathematical science, the mos...