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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 April 1818

t u blic Sale of Loudoun Land. ON the first Friday in May next, be. tfx first day ot the Month, will be frreiKft public auction to the highest dder,the following tracts of LAND, (longing to the estate of the late Thos’ adwelll.ee, of Colon. The sale will aolutely be made, at Mr. Edwards’ tav. nin Leesburg, at 12 oclock, and such iwiih to establish themselves on easy irms in a country rapidly advancing, ould do well to prepare for it. The Mansion House Tract contains M ACRES, and abundance cf WOOD TIMBER, and 204 ACRES of rich ivtr bottom. The upland is of a good uality and veil suited to farming and ■axing. The improvements are very iluablc and desirable, a commodious & legant DWELLING, with every out : that can be wished; a GARDEN end beautiful with an ORCHARD the choicest fruits all grafted. The it ahd finest water just at the door. The second tract adjoins the Mill Lot dis washed by Goose creek on one leand the Potomac on the other, it E uptotheLcesburg road, containi...

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Nkw-York, April 11. NEW SPANISH REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 April 1818

Nkw-York, April 11. NEW SPANISH REGULATIONS. The following documents, in Spanish Manuscript, was ene'osed in a letter from Cadiz of the 6th of March, to a merchant in this city.— 1 he article has no dale nor hare we anjr knowledge whether it be already a law of Spain, now in force, or whether it is only a projected plan to be hereafter adopted, Translated for the Mercantile AdvertiserPORTS OF DEPOSIT. 1; There will be admitted upon deposit free of duty all commodities, produce and foreign effects of lawful commerce which may arrive at Spanish ports, under any flag at peace with Spain. 2. Merchandize may remain in deposit for one year, in which time it may be exported to other kingdoms, still free of duty, or to Spanish America, by paying the colonial duties. 3. Goods not exported within one year will be considered as introduced for the consumption of the country, and will pay the regular duties; and if any part have been carried into the interior in tnc mean time, they ahall also be...

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GENIUS OF LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 April 1818

GENIUS OF LIBERTY. TUESDAY, APRIL 28. “hear with both tart , and then judge.” In order that the public may have a complete view of the whole ground of controversy between general Mason and Mr. McCarty, we have published the whole of the correspondence between them in a pamphlet, agreeably to our piomise in the Genius of Liberty of the 3rd ult. 'Hie publication was commenced the beginning of Marcn and would have made its appearance immediately had not Mr. McCarty been mitigated to appear before the public as a candidate for legislative honors—in consequence of wliitn general Mason, requested its suppression until after the election, least its appearance, at mat time, should be constiucd into a desire to mtertere with or influence the election. Low different was the conduct of the immaculate col. Alefeer. Lis pamphlet, containing the coi respondence between general Mason and hi insell, together with his conciliating notes, udmida etcetera , was publish* ed the last of January or the f...

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Far the Genius of Liberty, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 April 1818

Far the Genius of Liberty, Mb. Caldwell, Sir —You wifi pleaseto publishmy addrew of the 7th March, to Mr. John M. McCarty, the publication of which was delayeU in the first place by you, on account of your respect for me until we had an interview, at which time Mr. McCarty had declared himself a candidate. It has since been delayed on that account; the election having now terminated, I request you to publish it, Tne time which hat elapsed since 1 wrote it, has given me sufficient time for “<feliberation” and 1 will in no event take refuge in the church. . JURISCOLA^ |TO MR. M. McCARTY.X Sib; Notwithstanding the federalists have, for a long time, boasted of you as the champion of their party, notwithstanding they declared that you would challenge general Mason for disputing your vote at the last election, and for pronouncing you to be a fierjur i villian, in consequence of swearing that your vote was good; notwithstanding you have been heard to say that (i tbis world bud n...

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GEXmJIL MISCJiLLJiJVr. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 April 1818

GEXmJIL MISCJiLLJiJVr. Savings bank —A bank bearing this name was established in boston on the 19til of February, 1817, aim on tie 25U, of March it contained in its vaults £84,453 and 44 cents—being the amouiu of 1070 deposites. Never promise without performing.—A case fur breach of promise of inarnagi was lately decided in Gettysburg, Pa Miss Catharine Lverly plan.nil, and A 5, John Sell defendant—*the jury found a verdict for the plaintiff of two thousand dollars damages, iiig/u of suffrage extended.— A law passed at the last session of assembly in Ncw-Jersey, extending the right of suffrage to single Je mules of lawful age—but no female can be imprisoned loi debt.— The wise legislators of A. J. must be great gallants, truly. History of cui, 0 i The editors cl the National Initllige cer have issued proposals lor publish.ng the history ol tne congress oi the L o. beginning with its first session under the tedeial const), tulion. Captain Heath— Repor s y that c*ptH. has been atrcsie...

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From the Alexandria Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 April 1818

From the Alexandria Gazette. FROM OUK CORRESPONDENT AT WASH* IWGTON. Friday, April IT, 18IT. Yesterday Mr. Lewis offered for the future consideration of the house a string of resolutions, purporting to be intended as amendments to the constitution to the following effect. That the president shall not have the power of approving or disapproving bills or joint resolutions passed by the two houses of congress. That the senate and house of representatives shall appoint to offiees by joint ballot, and fill all vacancies in the judiciary. That the senate and house of representatives shall appoint by joint ballot the following heads of departments: A secretary of the treasury, who shall appoint all the officers belonging to that department. A secretary of war, who shall appoint all the officers under him in that department. A secretary of the nary, who shell appoint his offices. And a postmaster general, who shall appoint all the officers of that department. During the recess of congress v...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 April 1818
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 April 1818

5 DOLLARS RE WAR Ranaway from the subscrib Wednesday last, a .negro man r JIM; sometimes called JAMES WAL about five feet 8 or 9 inches high, black complexion, thick lips, flat part of his, upper teeth gone, he scar on his nose between his ej large one on his breast«nd several ers about his body—he is about 30 of age; Any person who will appr said negro and return him to the scriber in Leesburg shall receive t bove reward. EDWARD HAMMi April 28.—3t. A view of the whole gre Being the whole correspondence be Gen. A. T. MASON, AND

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 April 1818

NEW BOOKS. Jt'BT BEtBmD AND 108 BUJ S. B, r i. CALDWELL, In addition to hisformer suppl American Star, a new collection^! riotic songs. AduCine Mowbray, ortho niothei daughter, a tale by Mrs. 0] \ols.,' Absentee, a tale by MissEdgew Arrator, a series of agricultural es by John Taylor Concise view of the controversy tween the Protestant and Rc chxirches, Calvin, in harmony with the fal and reformers of the Churcl England, Conversations, on political econc Choice Emblems, LLayout’s Letters on the improve! ol the mind, Christian Economy, Chesterfield's Letters to his son 2, Coble It’s Letters on the late war. Emerald Isle by I‘hilips, Essay on population, or a view < past and present effects on hu happiness, by T. R. Malthus, 2 1 Erskmes Speeches , Family Instructor. Father and Daughter, a tale by ] Opie, Fables lor the female sex, by Mo E lovers oj' ancient history, G'rammer of moral philosophy natural theology, limit’s History of the late war scripture style. History oj' J...

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THE RECESS, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 April 1818

THE RECESS, For the Oenim of Liberty Mr. Editor, • The following lines are committed tb your hands by the author, who is Hot very sanguine as to their T|ie substance of them he knows and feels to be interesting, but the poetical dress in which the ideas are arrayed, he fears will not be found so smooth or graceful as it ought to be; nevertheless, without multiplying apologies, he offers them to your consideration,—with the ful), persuasion,that they will lie on or under your table, not according to what they might hate been, but to what they actually are. THE DECLINE OF LIFE. VWtutem encolumen odimus Sublalem est oculit quxrimut invidi. Horace. When the summer of man has pass’d by, In vain shall be wish its return, For time will be deaf to his sigh, Nor fill up the furrows it has worn. I look on the past witH deep shame, To see how ’twas trifled away, I weep for the folly and weakness of man. More frail than the leaf on the spray. I was once like the rose in its bloom, And health on...

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For the Same. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 April 1818

For the Same. ON * There » a chord in human hearts, W hen rightly touched by music’s arts Will vibrate thrill, in unison, With cheerful air, or plaintiff tone; And thus, the well accorded mind, Feel joys that leave no sting behind. Such joys as angels Caste above, Where all is harmony and love. But when with sweetest notes refined, Youth, beauty, virtue, all combin’d, How ravish ng how rich the feast, To every listening, feeling guest! * The treble voices, sweetly wild, Bespoke each nature’s favorite child. Now rising, falling, mounting higher, Would match’the soft Fukan lyre. The tenor part, in softened tone, Where sweetest smiles and graces ahone, Melodious sung the lofty air. No musie'ean with it compare. To aid the choir and awell the sound, The bate in solemn concert join’d; And thus has music power to bless The soul, like heaven, with happiness. - The teacher learned in his art, ' Performed, alternate, every part— All ear, least discord might confound— All d corum still was fo...

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 April 1818
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 April 1818

Thoie sminds Hat match, in fields of The golden harps of angels,bright. sassssßSsamasßSßßmsßSsaßß PRO PECTUS. James Riley, LATE MASTER 6tf SUPERCARGO OY THE AMEICAN BRIG COMMECE. AND MEMBER OP THE NEW-TOBKHIS-TORICAL SOCIETY, Offers to his fellow citizens, proposals for publishing by subscription, a ■ third edition of a new ahd interesting work, entitled AN AUTHENTIC NARRATIVE OF THE LOSS OF SAID BRIG, Which was wrecked on the western coast of Africa in the month of August, 1815, now in press, and will be published in July nest. TOGETHER WITH An interesting account (never published before) of the loss of the ship Oswego, of Hudson, N. Y. on the same coast in the year 1800, with the sufferi gs of her surviving officers and crew, who were al so enslaved by ihe wandering and ferocious Arabs, with observations on the current that caused her destruction; all account of the coast and country, inhabi tants, manners, customs soil, climate, Sue. written by Judah Paddock, her late master, at ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 April 1818

NOTICE. ALL person* having claims against the estate of Henson Simpson, deceased, are requested to present them properly authenticated for settlement on or before the first day of June next* otherwise I shall pay none unless compelled by law. - JAMES SIMPSON* F.x’r. March 10.—[ij. Franklin Gazette. THE subserber is appointed agdnt for the purpose of receiving suberibers to the above new and valuable paper published in Philadelphia by Richard Jache.. Persons wishing to subscribe, can forward amount to me a gen. Mason's seat near Leesburg. JOHN COOKE. April 7. JUST RECEIVED AND FOR Sale at this Office , Adam’s Geography, accompanied with an ATLAS to which is added An easy method of cons trading mafia , r7. lustrated by /dates. NOTICE. I hereby forewarn all persons from taking an assignment upon a note of band, given by my to Daniel Haines, dated the 31st of March last, for ninety seven dollars and ninety five cents, as 1 am determined not to pay the same unless compelled by law. THOVI...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 April 1818

CULPEPPER Pith FOR SA Agreeably to the last * ment of Jos. B. Downman ceas’d, I shall sell at the highest bidder, in the t( ville, Culpepper county, on 2d of, June next if fair, if fair day, a tract of land cop Seven Hundred and B This land is extremely \» and watered—and althoug very fertile, it may be high by the use of plaister and c ted in a remarkably health thy neighborhood, on the which ere long will pr„i) navigable for flat bottom lx joins the lands of col. VVn Dr. Hawes, and capt. Zep, is near the tne F T road I Culpepper Court House to lain. It is presumed that tl to purchase will view the pi vious to the sale, which wi them on application to capi ner Woodville, or Mr. T near the land. The land wi tire or divided to suit purdi Terms one third cash, tb two equal annual payment! cured by a deed of trust on Possession given the first 1819. R. W. DO WN Belle-Isle, Lancaster Cty, Febtuary 14, 1818-r-tds-The .Editor of the Genius Leesburg, will please to mse advertisement till d...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 May 1818

km GENIUS OF LIBERTY. fijMVKL S. t. CALDWELL, LEESBURG, V.A. PUBLISHER OF THE LAW'S OF THE UNITED STATES. lyol- I l ’] TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1818. No. If.

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CO^DITJOXS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 May 1818

CO^DITJOXS. L G.K.us or Lxbebtt will be EL once a w«k on feood medium FVtWO DOLLARS per annum, tin advance, or TWO DOL ; Csand FIFTY CENTS,.! not paid f the expiration of the year. No r ill be discontinued until arrear[are paid, except at the discretion L editor. r g*ri»* M,NTS will be inserted in Licnous manner, at one dollar per r F for t b e three first insertions, and L.fivecents for each additional inscr- [ Those who send in their advertiseits, wi'l please to mention how often wish them inserted, otherwise they L continued until forbid, and chargLcordingly- y L. jii communications and letters on iyn must be—POSH PAID. V

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ROM THE literary gazette. LETTERS FROM LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 May 1818

ROM THE literary gazette. LETTERS FROM LONDON. Fmin m X good sister, this head hins 6 tf ,stracte D- The cracking of 'iiiii m *r bawling of news-men, the j„.' 6ot organs, and a hundred car* tie trough my brains—lo. the tunes roy pen is dancing the 3 r^« n ° W trave " ec ' over a great part Ik n e ..,7’ , and such a city!— Actually, 'ten a rrci ' Cre ma^e no difference be»ss nil/.* and a ste P- They told me tninle. .? 8 l te P l ’ om Bond-street to tear.' , anc X then a step where on, ari a „J ed hy two thousand passen M half, ltre > before you have strug 1 ll >e world . > 0U feel - he mind tkevom. il° UlI ’ n illto a sho P antl tip of tan Wl 1 Litre a fellow forces a ilh e r to « ll P on y°u which directs you "ties a ! pr °P ert y or to a pill. Next iiiipt, 4 i r k eatur e four feet high, and at‘Over »,P asseB i to raise his timbrel- '» min u J °^ n * Then you must stand les at a corner, while a black coal-driver and his black horses go by in I slow ...

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FROM THE AMERICAT^/ACLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 May 1818

FROM THE AMERICAT^/ACLE. When joyful hope would grasp its long desire, The long sought transports in the grrsp expire. liow truly is this verified by everyday’s experience. Man is, bred, up to toil from his infancy. He passes his childhood either in the improvement of his intellect, or in the acquirement ct some handicraft trade, fiom which la nopes to arrive,if not at eminence and distinction, at least at wealth, lie con. sumes the blissful period of youth in un weaned toil, in order t-, lit him for those shocks which experience teaches h;ui la must encounter in riper years. Fre plainly poring over the midnight lamp when every thing around him breathes a temporary oblivion to care and watchfulness, he spend . the hours of repose in ai icntive application to the pages of the historian, or in wooing the smiles 01 acne favorite muse. The days of boy hood gone, he hails with transport, the moment which shall usher him into the world.— All those delights which he has so long anticipated...

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Golden Rules in dsricv.Uu.rc. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 May 1818

Golden Rules in dsricv.Uu.rc. A practical husband man of the highest authority assures, that the golden rule of agriculture—to use such manures as will make heavy land lighter, and light land heavier, cold land hotter, and hot land colder—must never be lost sight of. He who knows and follows this iu)e and he only, is a farmer. J>'or the refaction of Partners s “An experiment has been made (says Mr. Livingston) to assertain the difference between dew-water and rain-water by putting an equal quantity of each in different vessels, and setting them in the sun to dry away. The result was, that the sediment, or settling of the dew water, were in a greater quantity, blacker and richer, than that of the rain water.’* Dew is, therefore, more fertilizing, Sc this is the reason why land will be more benefited by biting constantly ploughed when the dew is on them. Morillo, the royalist general, in some old despatches concerning his lighting in the vicinity of Carraccas, slates that h...

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