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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 May 1818
Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 May 1818

view of the whole the wholecorrespondence between Gen. A. T. MASON, AND Mr. JOHN McCARTY. iiar with both ears, and then judge, published and (in sale at this office. DOLLARS REWARD. [asaway from the subscriber on ednesday last, a negro man named JIM; Betimes called JAMES WALKER, jt five feel 8 or 9 inches high, of a & complexion, thick lipd, Hat nose, of his upper teeth gone, he'has a .on his nose between his eyes, a ge one on his breast and several othabout his body—he is about 30 ytars age; Any person who will apprehend ddegro and return him to the subiber in Leesburg shall receive the areward. EDWARD HAMMAT. ,pril 28.—3t. To Rent . That commodious STONE HOUSE, Loudoun street, lately occupied by •U. Mott esq. There is an excellent rden,good stabling and convenient on. uses attached to the same. The whoi complete repair. Immediate posseswill be given. r> JOHN A. BIN NS. .tesburg, March 24.—3w. Oakland Farm f i r Sale. THE farm which has been advertised huieti...

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LORD BYRON. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 May 1818

LORD BYRON. . —*4 r S—-This Mm - Is of no cmntnon order, at hit port And presence Acre denote. * —MANFRKD. In the penciling of those secret and unearthly visions, which haunt the sol* itude of guilt, and crumble the spirit of tile stoniest feeling into melancholy anddespomltncy, the genius of the noble author of Manfred shines unrivalled and (done, amidst the living lustre of the age. The following remarks, from a Review, long accredited for the masterly and profound erudition of its criticism, warrant in the full v the propriety of the observation we have made—and the sen* timents they utter, 'are unequivocally responded from every heart, that is alive to the magic of poetical impression.— There is a little anecdote, which we have frequently heard circulated in the privacy of those delightful circles, where the fellowship of feeling givet it* right hand to the elegancV of unostentatious learn ing, that evidences the extreme susceptibility of his lordship, upon the subject of his ji...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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East Indies. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 May 1818

East Indies. PINDAREE WAR. Prom Calcutta, Dee. 3, 1818, we learn that accounts' may be daily expected of a decisive blow being struck against the Pindarees. then assembled in the neigh' borhood of Serange. General Marshall and colonel Adams were advancing upon them, and within a short distance of their lines. The cholera morbus has raged with violence in the centre division of the ar- ' my The total loss amounted, by latest accrunts, to 4 officers, 173 Europeans, 385 seapoys- Of the camp-followers no, correct account can be given. An insurrection had broken out in tome of thadistricts of Ceylon, in which Mr. Wilson assistant res Went at Badule bad been murdered. Sip R. firownrigg, the governor) has declared tjiese districts under martial law. ' FROM FRANCJB. Savannah, April 15. * The following is an extract pf a letter received per brig Morris, from a gentleman of respectability in Bordeaux to another, dated 1 Bordeaux, Pei. 9. “I learn from a gentleman whoso word can be depended on...

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Items pf Foreign News. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 May 1818

Items pf Foreign News. An article from the Lower Elbe, dated March 7, says, 'vAmong the reports in circulation, but yvhich want confirmation,' is that Porto Ki,o will probably be ceded to a Northern Cower fur East India possessions. The East Indians have lump two British oihcttts whom they made prisoners. The London papers threaten retaliation, j It appeals certain that the luui reve j nue of England and Ireland, for the year | 1817, was i 1,675,337/, and for 1818 will be 51,639,609/. J. Gifford esq. well known as u greatpolitical writer, and one of the contributors to the London Quarterly Review, died on the Ctb March. The London papers mention several meetings oi the diplomatic corps at the house of the English minister at Paris The general opinion was that these negotiant, ns have for their object the entire removal of the arniyof occupation in the course of the ensuing summer. The London papers speak of the general success of the manufacturers, particularly in cotton and silk go...

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

INDIAN WAR JACKSOK—VICIOKIOUS. from the Suvcmnah Republican of April 20. 13y the attention of our correspondent v/p h‘ive received the lollovriug important intelligence. IN DI AX'BATTLE, MUledgeviUe, April 17, 1813.-—Capt. Callie, who has just arrived in this place from fort Hawkins', has politely furnished us with the following highly important intelligence, f About the 6th inst. gen. Jackson attacked and burnt the Mickashckeo Town with an inconsiderable loss on his partThe loss of the Indians is not stated- — Previous to, and aft'er the action a number of the enemy surrendered theipselvcs prisoners. All their resources, (among Were 1000 head of cattle) were laken or destroyed—The celebrated prophet Francit, and one of the principal chieftains were hanged. Gen. Jackson afterwards proceeded to St. Marks, and took possession of the fortress without opposition. It is the impression that this blow has been so decisive, that theVar with the Indians is now at an end, & that t...

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LATEST FROM THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 May 1818

LATEST FROM THE ARMY. MilUdgevilte , dflfil 18, IB 18. A Isltei’ from gen. GUscopk to the editors of the Journal, dated Fort St. Marks, 7th April states, that on the Ist Inst, a'skirmish' took place between the advance ofthe ari. my and a portion of Mickasuka Indians, (most of them having Bed on the approach of our troops.) - The Tennessee detachment rushed forward, and partiepated slightly in the action; they had one man killed and four wounded—seven sf the enemy were slain; their number of wounded is not known. Col. Hinder* son, of Wilkes county, is stated to have killed, during the combat, an Indian chief the nmc who 1* oiidarttsod to have'bckd ed the party that (hurtle red Leo and L»f‘ tefa while crossing Cedar creek. The' day after the skJtnUh, gen. Gaines Will ordered with one thousand men to scour and fay waste the adjacent country. He did to but the enemy had disappeared—fiVe negrtfea were taken by him. Fowl-Town, Mickaauka, and some, others have been destroyed-— lOOO bead o...

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I)y t!ie President o&9 *£■ States. A PROCLAMATIoSI [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 May 1818

I)y t!ie President o&9 *£■ States. A PROCLAMATIoSI Whereas, by an ac,l of ig, L .'.li governor, council and assMjSH Britannic majealy’e..p;o T Scotia, passed in the veavAsu ,■ among other things eimcteji (Wfl and after the first day pf'jftfrUH year, “no plaister of parish!* led gypsum, which shouMiTTW put on board any sbipor k v«|gV| port or place within said province, to be tranipeidS thence to any porter place «3I without the said limits, or indirectly be unladenorh|S or put ©n shore at any paitor -.I the United States of America 3[ of Boston, in the state of MnLS nor unladen or ppt on boanGnS icati ship, vessel boat or sh|QMftH description, at any port, upSLH Ward ol Boston afor»iaid, un4e||3| alty of the forfeiture of every or vessel from which any luchH of paiis. or gypsum, should bt 3 contrary to the provision of tbceS together with her hosts, tackle ** furniture, to be seised andpnS it) the manner .thereinafter, modi And whereas, by an act oftlicy|S| of the United...

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I r.EXIUS 0F LI11R1!TV- [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 May 1818

I r.EXIUS 0F LI11R1!TV - MM'5, H'b'Tlo consequence of our omitting * n our mt; n.ent °f tl)<: |lt j, e last Loudoun (.lection, il 4 a Kanor Bailey Est l- w “ s not a ca ' ul “ ||ljL : iui impression prevails, out of th< K|m,ty, that he was a candidate and that out polled by Mr. John >M,. M. A sense of justice to Mr. Uaiduty to our distant subscribers 8T.,, even at this late period, to Katethat Mr Bailey was not a cancli■Lj jnd uniformly refused to be conHajHtd such, Hl\Ve would ask the attention of our Rudets to Mr. Cross’ advertisement in Bdi days paper. From the- judicious ■•election of pieces and from the nature those that are original, we feel war■tinted in saying that the exhibition of Kir Cross will be a literary Banquet ■forthose who have an appetite for the ■ •fait of reason and the flow of sou!.’* addition to the gratification of our Kwij'curiosity, there are other & strong ■tr reason*, that aught to induce us to ■.give Mr. C. a ...

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GMJVESjIL JUISCELLJWT. JUNIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 May 1818

GMJVESjIL JUISCELLJWT. JUNIUS. A very ingenious and labored article, in the last number of the Edinburg Re* view, attempting to prove that sir Philip Francis waa the author of the celebrated productions under that signature, has excited much and deserted attention. T he circumstances brought together, and enlarged upon by the writer, are curious and plausible. The editor of the Monthly Magazine having addressed a letter to sip PhiHp, enquiring the fact, has published the following answer, which partakes very much of the sarcastic style and manner of Juniut:— ls. “Sib, I he great civility of your - letter, induces my to answer it, which with reference merely' to its subject matter. J, should have declined. Whether you will assist in giving currency to o silly, malignant > falsehood, is a question for your pwn oiscrefion. To me, it is a matter of perfect indifference. P. FRANCIS. To the editor of tlie Monthly Magazine. THE AUTHOR OF JUNIUS. The following are the principal f...

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

nrjuEJVML. Married. —On '1 hursdsy the 83rd ult by the rev. Mr. Weudville, Mr* Jambs F. Newton, of this county tn,Miss Eleanor S. H anseokougb, ol'Culpepper county.

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O HIT tJ JIRT. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 May 1818

O HIT tJ JIRT. Died— -On Sunday the 3d inst. Mi P'-tkr Jioss, an old end respectable in. habitaniiof this town.

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 May 1818
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 May 1818

THE ROSTRUM. “To hold the tmrro r u/i to nature," MU. t' 1-K'ISS respect fully inlorms the citizens of Leesburg, and its vicinity thai THIS EVENING the sth inst. at (he COURT T/OUSIi, he will deliver frpm tue Rostrum the following origmal and selected pieces: Pari thq Jh'St. 1 1. Introductory Address - Original. 2.' Naval battle and character of an American sailor, written by Mr, Cross - Original, S. Henty and Mary a deeply pathetic and interesting tale, from the pen of Mr, Cross - - - - - - Original. 4. Satan’s address to the sun and soliloquy - - * - . Alilitn. 5. The Music of Life, writ. ten by Mr. Cross - - . Original, 6. God’s creation of man as the offspring of nieicy (beautiful ptisonification.) Part 2d, 1. Rolla’s Address to the Peruvians struggling \ for that libel ty so dear to us) - - - - - - Sheridan. 2. Story ol Liiza Darwin. 3. Loci.mvsr - - _ _ _ Scott, 4. huSsn and the Spider - Wolcott. 5. 1 be Country Set.coin.ester GoUmnith 3. Ihe Old Maid - . H.T. Tain. The interv...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 May 1818

Boat and Shoe Manufactory. THE Eubscriber baa received Irem9 Baltimore an cxcellei assortment ol the very beat materials for BOOTS AND SHOES, Ladies cam be accommodated with •, * ' t MOROCCO SHOES , of any size and shape, as he Intends car* rying on the Shoe Making Business in all its branches. 4 Gentleman can be supplied with boots or shoes, made of first quality, calfskins also, with Morocco Shoes and Boots. I he subscriber has some of the first rate woiktueii in the stale, and flutters himself that he will by punctuality and'good r work, he able to atiord general satislaclion. He returns his sincere thanks lor past furors, and again begs the patron* age of the people. Ladies’ at Children’s coloured Moroc* co Shoes for sale at his shop opposite Mr. John McCormick's store. WILUaM KING. May Vh.*—tf. ~ , ■ .1 I • n> u.i Bank Notice. 1 be stockholders to the firs rich Batik of the Valley in Leesburg, are hereby notified that the fourth instalment is due —they are requested ...

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For the Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 May 1818

For the Ladies. THfi RECESS. Take time and think about it. Ye lasses gay, in beauty’s bloom, All blithe and debonair, Think not too boldly 1 presume, In warning thus the fair. When beauty rises to the view. The men will buz—ne’er doubt it— This maxim mind—when they pursue Take time to think about it. , When every flattering art they try, And praise your shape and air— Your blooming cheeks, and sparkling eyes. Take heed, dear girls, beware! The honey of your rosy lip. They’ll strive to gain, ne’er doubt it; Yet ere you let Uiem have a sip, Take time and think about it. But when the constant lover woos; Endow’d with manly sense, Then listen to his tender vqws, With trifling forms dispense. He’ll scorn to flatter or deceive, If worthy—never doubt it. Your hand to such then freely give, Nor think too long about it.

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■Front the Carolina Centinel. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 May 1818

■Front the Carolina Centinel. Mk. Pasteur —By inserting the fol. lowing good advice in your paper, you will oblige a friend. Although it contains but three words, it comprises all that is required of mankind, save the prac ice of moral virtues, to ensure to them {eternal happiness. It may be read in up' wards of 2000 different ways, without altering the original words, by beginning at the letter j.

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That’s Music. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 May 1818

That’s Music. To the bucks and lasses in this town the violin is the best music. To our merchants it is music to iflbr the purse chink on the counter with—“l 11 take a couple of patents, if you please.” A just cause and a good fee make harmonious music for our lawyers "Will you take a ritje to next Monday, Miss,’ is music to our ladies; but—"Will you mairy me my pretty maid?” when the question comes from the favorite lad, possesses all the harmony and melody combined—And to us Printers, it is the sweetest music to be told, "I have bioh you half a dozen of new patrons, or 1 have brought the subscription money from all my neighbors.'* Wanted a constant supply of“IMPOIfTANT NEWS!” fresh from the field of battle and of blood—to suit the cannibal appetites of a large classof newspaper readers. •dlso t to conduct a country newspaper, some spiritless dog of a man, who has the servility of a Spaniel, without the fierceness of a Bull-dog , of boundless information, fine talents, exuberant wi...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 May 1818

Land for Sale THE subscriber offers for sale 160 Acres of Land , Lying in Fauquier county, within a mile and a half of Paris; about sixty acres cleared, finely timbered and watered; and equal tojtny land in the county for the production of wheat and other articles, and well adapted to plaister, and clover. There is a good new LOG DWELLING HOUSE, within sixty yards of an excellent spring. The a hove land is very conveniently situated to good merchant mills and saw mills, as there is two or thee within a mile and a half of it. A further description is deemed unnecessary as it is presumed any person wishing to purchase, will view the premises. ' ISAAC SETTLE. Paris, September 16 tf. JUST RECEIVED. - AND for sale by the subscribers, 10 chests Young Hyson and impeiial tea, this year’s importation 6 casks best Goshen cheese 46 boxes mould candles 10 kegs prime cavendish tobacco ' 15 small “ 20 barrels N. E. rum 25 whiskey. N. & R. BLACKLOCK. Alexandria; April Uth 1818 ly. NOTI...

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