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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 April 1818
NOTICE. I hereby forewarn all persons from taking an assignment upon a note of hkid, given by in* to Daniel Haines, dated the 31 st of March last, for ninety seven dollars and ninety five cents, as 1 am determined not to pay the same unless compelled by law. THOMAS TRIPLETT. April 14 th 1818—M.* JUST RECEIVED AND FOR Sale at t/iii Office, Adam’s Geography, accompanied with an ATLAS to which is added Antaty method of mafit, il, hutrated by filatee. JUST RECEIVED. AN D for sale by the subscribers, 10 chests Young Hyson and imperial tea, this year's importation 8 casks best Goshen cheese 46 boxes mould candles 10 kegs prime cavendish tobacco 15 small “ 30 barrels N. E. rum 35 whiskey. N. k R. BLACKLOCK. Alexandria, April 14th 1811—ly.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 April 1818
CULFEPFEH Fluistei'JJlJ' FOR SALE. Agreeably to the last will and te ment of Jos. fi. Downtnan, senior, ceas’d, I shall sell at public auction the highest bidder, in the town of W' villc, Culpepper county, on Tuesday 2d of June next if fair, if not, the n fair day, a tract of land containing Seven Hundred and Fifty Jicr This lend is extiemely well timbe and watered—and although at pres very feilile,% rnay be highly impro by the use of pUister and clover; sit ted in a remarkably healthy ana wi thy neighborhood,' on the Hazel Ri' which ere long will probably beco navigable for flat bottom boats, and joins the lands of col. Wni, Thornt Or. Hawes, and capt. Zep. Turner, ; is near the the F T road leading fr Culpepper Court Houfe to the- mo lain. It is presumed tha* those wpl to purchase will view the premise* p viuue to the sale, which will be she 1 them on application to capt. Zep. T ner Woodville, or Mr. Thomas Jot near the land. The land will be sold &lt; tire or divided to s...
THE RECESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 April 1818
THE RECESS. From the Port Folio. THE BACHELOR’S SOLILOQUY Marry, or not to marry? that is the question— Whether ’tis noble, in the mind to suffer The sullen silence of these cob-webbed rooms Or seek in festive balls seme cheerful Bame, And, by uniting, end it? to lire alone, No more; and by marrying say we end The heart-ache, and the thousand make* shifts Bach'lors arc heirs to; *tis e consumetion Devoutly to be wish’d. To marry, to live In peace? Perchance in war; ay, there’s the rub, For iu the marriage state what ills may come, When we hare shuffled off our liberty, Must give us pause—there’s the respect, That makes us dread the bonds of wedlock; - For who could bear the noise of scolding wives, The fits of spleen, th’ extravagance of dress, The thirst for plays, for concerts and for balls, The insolence of servants, and the spurns That patient husbands for their consorts take When be himself might his quietus gain By living single. Who would wish to heir The jeering name of bach...
LIST OF LETTERS, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 April 1818
LIST OF LETTERS, Remaining in the potUoffice at Leetburg Va. on the lit April 1818, which if not taken up before the I*&lt; July next, will be sent, to the general poit-office at dead letter ». A John R Adam*, James Ashton, Sarah Ashton, John Adams. B Henson Brad shew, Sampson Blincoe, 9; Mr. Boyd, John Bayly, Colemore Bar shears, Peter Boss, lames L. Brackett. C Bayel Clements, William Cline, James Graig; Joseph Caldwell, William Collet, John F. Clark, John Clark, George E. Cordell. D Thomas Drane, an’r. Miss Phebe Dunnoho. E Charles Elmore. K • Knock Francis, William Fulkerson, esqr. P. Foley. G Samuel Garret, Isaac Griffith, Wm. Gore. Nathan Grig, Thomas Gassaway Amy Grason, William Gilmore, Anna Gilmore, Joseph Goodin. H James H. Hamilton, 13; Russel B. Harrison, Mr. Hatton, Joseph Huff, Lewis Hunt, William Higdon, William Hollingsworth, Lewis Harper. J William Jenners, 3; Leah Jones George Jenney, 2; K Samuel Kirk, 3; Mr. King, 2; L William Linton, Samuel Luckett. M Ann...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 April 1818
A GOOjf BARGAIN. May be had in the Fee of a aaaall tract ofland lying over Mr. John Bailey’s (arm below Goose Creek—lt ia ehcum. bered with a lease for lives and yields a rent of twenty-seven dollars. For a farther desription those disposed to engage in a speculation of the kind may apply to ' BURR Wm. HARRISON. Leesburg, March 3 —[7w. LOOK HERE!! Boot § Shoe Manufactory. THE subscriber respecfully informs his friends and the public in general hat he has commenced the above business on King street, next door to Messrs* Humphreys and Conrad, and immediately opposite the court house, where he intends carrying on the above business in all its various branches. Those who may favour him with their custom may depend on having their work executed, in a neat and fashionable manner, and at the shortest notice—Orders from the country will be punctually attended too. JOHN CARNEY. Leesburg January, 27.—(3 m. N. B. Two or three apprentice will bt taken to the above business. By from 13 to IS yea...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 April 1818
To Rent . That commodious STONE HOIJSE, on Loudoun street! lately occupied by Th. R. Mott esq. There is ah excellent gardent good stabling'and convenient out bouses attached to the sarpe, The whole in complete repair. Immediate possession will be given. Leesburgi March 24.— 3w. Two Hundred Dollars Reward. Absconded, during'my absencp from home, in August last,,a slave named His colour is a ;very dark mulatto approaching nearly or quite to a black— He is five feet 8 or 9 inches high; ho stoops in the shoulders, is of thin visage and habit of body; has a downcast look, and stammers in his speech. He is between 2$ and 30 years of age. No particular mark or scar recollected, unless there is one upon one or two of the fingers of the left hand occasioned by a severe bruise; it is believed that the nails of ose fingers are disfigured, thl will give fifty dollars reward to any person who will secure him in any jail so that I recover him, if he is apprehended in V irginia; one hundred dollar...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 April 1818
tht - ***» sirti Pension Office, March! Buie* and regulation* for claim* to/itntiont, to ke 0,, the law ttf Congren of Marc A, 1818, viz; The commissions of discharges of the regul» r M&gt;ul| army of the Revolution, applying for pensions under n act, will, in every instance, lw« to the War Department; and tC" tures of the respective ing in these cases, must be the seal of the Courts where sul* j* I * l pre side. The person applying sion to declare, under oath, Judge; that from his reduUd a stances he needs the country 1 for support. “1 Appsotsb, ICr*The publishers ofth give the above insertion in their for two mouths. AUTflOßlSkti Just published by Jonathan hot, City of Waiting ton t LAWS relating to the PI LANDS OF the United States, resolute „ congress under the confederation"/ 1 ties, proclamations, and other doxun having operation and respect i« i collected, digested ami arranged, n, ant to two acts of congress, naasal i 27, 1810 and Jan; 20,18 ir. wixa a copious Apptzß...
-jo^B- [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 April 1818
- jo^B - L 0 ,«o. •«* Ka«nec» we,kon g °° d ned,um trZrWO DOLLARS per annum, K advance, or TWO DOLIT nd FIFTY CENTS, ii not. paid L*e e*p&gt;« tion «&gt;f the year. No be discontinued until arrearf * except at the discretion L editor. I aiTl**** 1 '” wiUbC in,e,t6d iB rL-nn. manner, at one dollar per rT r the three first insertions, and CjvrtwW for each additional iaser[Those »*“&gt; send in their adveftiaewill please to mention how often rlljehtbem inserted, otherwise they ÜBtU forb ' d * and ChBrg * LmMcommunicm-iom and letter! on F, wi ie ~POST PAID.
EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 April 1818
EDUCATION. “Delightful talk, to rear the tender thought “7b leach the young idea how to ihoot.’ , THE subscribers respectfully inform the public, that a school for the instruction of yduth ‘will he opened at Hillsborough, Loudoun County, Va. on the first of May ensuing. In this seminary the following branches will ,be taught, viz; Reading; penmanship, English grammar and rhetonck. Geography with maps and the use of' the globes. Arithmetic, the Italian method of book keeping, algebra, right and oblique angled plane k spherical trigonometry, mensuration of superficies and solids; Euclid's elements, comic sections, the doctrine ef fluxions Si the theory of gunnery. In the application of trigonometry to surveying and navigation, the student will be taught the practical uses of the compassr—and the application of spherics to geographical and astronomiciai calculations will be illustrated with the use of the globes—iiy such students as shall hove acquired a knowledge of algebra, that key ...
THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 April 1818
THE ARMY. Our advices from the army are to the 6th of tbia month. At that time the Georgia militia were within SO mile* of Fort Scott. Their march had been much impeded by bad roads, some partaofthe route almost impassable. We understand the troop* generally enjoyed good health; and notwithstanding alt their privations and sufferings, are in fine spirits. No additional reached us respecting the disaster which betel general Gaines, and bis little party, in descending Flint river. An ofhcical report of all the circumstances connected therewith will no doubt be made. An affray, of a very serious nature; occured last week at Hanford between some citizens of that place and waggoner* in the public service on one side snd a portion of the Tennessee troops stationed near there, on the oilier. Captain Chisholm of the latter, «M killed; and several of the combatant* severely wounded. With the merits of this quarrel wh cu led to the shedding of blood, we. arc not informed—.perhaps both parties...
NATIONAL FEELING. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 April 1818
NATIONAL FEELING. FROM TIE BOSTON PATRIOT. The following elegant and patriotic ob&gt; serration* upon the present situation and futnre prospects of out country, are taken from the conclusion of an article in the last number of the North. American Review) upon the subject of Professor Frisbib's inaugural address. The high tone of national feeling with'which they are animated, is perfectly in unison with the spirit of the times; and readers throughout the country will sec, by this and ethcr indications of a similar description) that the sons of Ncw*£ngland are now as ardently alive to our present k future greatness as their brethren wf the south and west. There was a time, when a bright vision of oar national glories was in some degree hidden from Ais by the mist of party prejudices and foreign partiality; but tbs cloud has cleared away and the Geniua of the we*-, ten world display* himself at present in all his beauty, , We trust that local prejudices between different part* ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 April 1818
Sale of Loudoun Land. JjNrtie first Friday in May next, be. Lilt first day ot the Month, will be dit public auction to the highest fjthe following tracts of LAND, r to the estate of the late Tfaoo* II Lit*, of Coton. The aale will .1. be made, at Mr. Edwards’ tavII oclock, and such establish themselves on easy jia a country rapidly advancing, Jdo well to prepare for it. jf Mmiian Home Tract contains « ACRES, and abundance of WOOD [TIMBER, and 304 ACRES of rich t bottom. The tipland is of a good ysnd well soiled to farming and The improvements are very. I and desirable, a commodious &amp; _l DWELLING, with every out A that can be wished; a G ARDEN •ad beautiful with an ORCHARD I choicest fruits all giafted. The t sad finest water just at the door. Osccond tract adjoins the Mill Lot sashed by Goose creek on one' d (he Potomac on the other. It ptotheL eeaburg road, containing J*s,of which 60 are river 80T..1 sad the uplands of excellent qualI With, a large proportion of Wood an...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 April 1818
EPPER PlaisterLAWL OR SALE. 1 agreeably to the lait trill and ment of Jos. 11. Downman, senior, deceas’d, 1 shall sell at public auction to the highest bidder, in the town of Wood ville, Culpepper county, on Tuesday the 2d of June nextiffair, if not, the next fair day, a tract of land containing . Seven Hundred and Fifty Acres, This land is extremely well timbered and watered—and although at present very fertile, it may be highly improved by the use ofplaister and clover; situated in a reltaarkably healthy and weal* thy neighborhood, on the Hazel River, which ere long will probably become navigable for flat bottom boats, and adjoins the lands of col. VVm. Thornton, Or. Hawes, and capt. Zep. Turner, and is near the the F T road leading from Culpepper Court House to the mountain. It is presumed that those wishing to purchase will view the premises previous to the sale, which will be shewn them on application to capt. Zep. Turner VVoodville, or Mr. Thomas Jones near the land. The land ...
EVENINGS AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 April 1818
EVENINGS AMUSEMENTS. (Continued from our Imt.J IK examining the nature of the .tides, a great difficulty invdopes the subject. We must first endeavour to form a clear idea of the state of the water round the Earth, during the twenty-four hour».~ We have to cotuemplate a body, eight thousand nii'es in diameter, moving at such a rate, that every particle on its surface passes, in a second, though a space far greater than the flight of the swiftest bird can give us any notion of. The land is firm, but the water moveabie on the slightest impulse The effect, then, of this rotatorymotiqp should it seeths, be very diffeient on the continents, and on the oceans: but, from tne magnitude of the body moved, it is very difficult for us to conceive what action is produced frotptbe moving cause. I have Suggested an idea, from what takes p&gt;iace, or may Cake place tinder our own infection; the slate of a pail of water whirled round and round by a certain length of cord, and with a- prope...
tjjjya or libebty. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 April 1818
tjjjya or libebty. jpbil' 21, unavoidably omitted this cRV mE. • K Wednesday last about noon we Kurmed by fife, which broke out in ■Lrfef the Office of the Genius of WT-. bu t by timely discovery and SLJt’sisisience its ravages were siKvithout any material injury. K Supposed to have caught by a spark chimny, as no lire Ketaintbe office for several days. 8 ’ ' ' A CARD. . v ■ Rj), t. Caldwell tenders his thanks of Leesburg, by whose acassistance bis office was preJ_ Wednesday ’ last, from the a few moments delay Mtidbave rendered all human efforts Wr' , ELECTION. ■ft Monday the 13th the freemen —or ■fcMhe/rreAoWer* of Loudoun, asKyid in their official capacity, to delsuitable persons to represent Km in the next General Assembly.— ■a following is the state of the polls: whj. R. Braden - - • • 453 Kir. John M’Carty - - - 880 KSilloor Bailey, Esq. - - - 184 I Thin 3*d voters representative ■on the county of Loudoun, where Biei»aboii.t 700 legal voters. There ■tomethiug striking in the a...