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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 May 1818

Central College of Virginia. THOSE who are disposed to patron, ize this institution are informed that sub* scription papers, for the purpose of collecting money for its benefit, are lodged in the hands of John Littlejohn, Charles Bihns, John Rose, Henry Claggett,_Geo. Rust, jr. S. B. T. Caldwell, Joshua Osburn,Francis Stribling, James Heaton, John Hamilton, Charles Elgin, A. T. Mason, Patrick Douglas, John Bailey, Wvn. Elisey and Win. Qronaugh, and all persons are invited to call on one of those gentlemen and to contribute towards the establishment of an institution which promises the most important results to the whole Union Si to the state of Virginia panic ulaily. For further information on the subject a copy of the subscription paper is subjoined. Considering the right of self-govern-ment among the greatest political blessings, and that this cannot be maintained but by an intelligent anjp well instructed people: that to disseminate instruction, institutions for the purpose must ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 May 1818

SEW BOOKS, supi onolJ JWST UECEIVED ANU , ua , . s. n. t. caldweVI 1 * , In addition to his former 1 American Star, a new collecul rlotic songs. Adalinc Mate bray, or the m ■ daughter, a tale by vols. . ' Absentee, a tale by Miss Ed Arrator, a scries of agricullJS by John Taylor Concise view of the controvo*,! tween the Protestant and hi! churches, Calvin, in harmony with the i ami reformers of the Cl»J1 CoavcTMdimtSf't on political ec«n, Choice Emblems, Chapone's Letters on the improve of the mind, Christian Economy, Chesterfield's Letters to his son 2 Cobbett's Letters on the late war 1 Emerald Isle by Philips, , Essay on population, or a view past and present effects on hj»j happiness, by T. R. Erskines Speeches, Family Instructor. Father and Daughter, a talc by 1 Opie, Fables for the fenr.de sex, by Mot Flowers of ancient history, Grammer of moral philosophyj , natural theology, Hunt's History of the late war, J scripture style. History of Joseph, & pom, Harp of Enn,...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 May 1818

3 . ■. ••. • ■ 4,- ' * • '' r . V if--."•v,* v " ’ ,v »>, ■ • ' *• <r v“T ' ™ ” -j -T'tu’ ir '•v mr - • qy" wwiv ■ 7-- ’v . . ' # \ Jv,> <» '■ V*r*.“.- ' •. ■ •■•'N •- ' ■the genius of liberty. SAMUEL B. T. CALDWELL, LEESBURG, YA. PUBLISHER OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. IfOL U»] TUESDAY, MAT 12, 1818. No. 18.

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COXDITIO.VB. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 May 1818

COXDITIO.VB. ||l Cl „i 0 s or Libi!«tt ■will be Hhhedonce* week on good medium DOLLARS per annum, ■Kjf in advance, or TWO DOLHJsual FIF'LY CENTS, it not paid HI (lie expiration of the year. No IKtfVilib* discontinued until arrearpaid, except at the discretion Ke editorH tafMT isiME»i T » will be inserted in Knipicuous manner, at one dollar per the three first insertions, and WCtu./rvecenH for each additional inserBT Those who send in their advertiseHti, will please to mention how often K w i,h them inserted, otherwise they Hke continued until forbid, and ■accordinglyl|7* All communications and letters on must be—POST PAID.

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AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 May 1818

AGRICULTURAL. We copy the following from the Cow* cord Gazette, but cannot tay whether it was orriginally published in that paper. Mode of railing Flax as practised at Waterbary, ( Vt.) Much depends on the choice of the ground; but of this the practical hex far mer will be better able to judge for himself than to confine himself to any given rules. The ground thus chosen must be more highly prepared by ploughing, harrowing, Stc. than ia commonly done— The quantity of teed necessary, ia about three and an half bushels per acre, Sc requires to be sown very true Sc even; it is harrowed in the common way, always finishing with the brush harrow. A alight sprinkling of ashes when it is coming out of the ground is of great use, as it pre* vents the worms from eating the tools. When the flax is abCut four inches high it ia necessary to give it a pretty thorough weeding, as il well attended to at that time, the weeds will not grow again so as to injure the crop. The time for pulling ia in th...

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Death of President Petion. From the Federal Republican of Satur. day. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 May 1818

Death of President Petion. From the Federal Republican of Satur. day. PETION DEAD. We embrace the earliest opportunity to lay before our readers, the following letter addressed to one of the Editors. “President Petion is no more. Alex, ander Petion, president of the republic of Hayti, died on Sunday, the 39 th of March, at 5 minutes alter 4 o'clock, and was buried on the following Tuesday. The following was the oiderj his body was transported to and buried under the Liberty Tree, opposite the Cap. itdl; hts bowels in Fon national, his heart was bequeathed to his daughter.— The following was the order of the procession; a car was erected on four wheels like a bedstead, oh the pillars was a canopy very handsomely decorated, drawn by six horses. Each horse had a cover , ing of black cloth. Jdt was laid in the bed, with his uniform on. His hat and swoid by his side. A small coffin in iront, in which were his bowels, carried by some -of bis officers—from thence they proceeded to church, ...

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SOUTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 May 1818

SOUTH AMERICA. The state of affairs in Vzmzzuzla may, on the whole, be considered as favorable to the Patriot cause. .Bolivar's forces, after several sharp conflicts, (in which, it appears, victory was alternately claimed by both paities) were at Sombtero, about 30 leagues South of the city of Caracas, and rest the ground where M’Cregor beat Morales in 1816. Such an impression had been made on the roy alists, by the late engagements, that preperations were making, by thcm,fcr evacuating both Caracas and Laguiia,)ic concentrating their forces at Porto Cavcllo, one of the safest harbors and strongest forts on the Maine- Bolivar is iepresented to be superior in numbers— Murillo in discipline. The possession of the city of Caracas is ol very little importance to the cause of independence, and of no value to either patty as a place of defence, being unpiotecteu in an open plain; and the barracks and a snlall fort are still in ruins, as well as the princi pal part of the city, never havin...

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Foreign News. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 May 1818

Foreign News. ‘•The history of liritish India'* by Jag, Mill, esq. in three vols. quaito, has, been published in England. 'I be week much extolled. London, March 15.—.'/ report, says an article fuinr Vienna, dated Etb. li, was spread at the beginning ol the week, that there had beet) an insult action at Naples, and that the Hoys) family had quitted the capital, we have just learned with certainty that these re put is uro greatly exaggerated, and that the whole is reduced to an affray which took place in a little town some miles lion, the cap* ital, between the militia and the regular troops; they {ought with great fury on both sides, night hardly stprrated the combatants. The following day order was perfectly re-established. March 3b — We understand that one of the expedients, fallen ‘upon by the Spanish government to enable it to fit out the Russian squadren, is to allow the merchants permission to ship on board two' thousand ton*- of merchandise, at low duties, the-receipts cf whi...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 May 1818

Oakland Farm for Sale. THE farm which has been advei none time in this paper, .and pai ilf described, is still offered for ' R’d E. BEAL Bank Notice. The stockholders to the Branch [the Valley in Leesburg, are hi Milled that the fourth instalment i •they are requested therefore to g< Kiuelvtt accordingly. T. H. MOTT, Gut Mtty s—sw John B. Bell, BOOK-BINDER, RETURNS thanks to the pub) Manny favors he has received ir ■e sod solicits a continuance o •■e. He will briefly observe, [st* entrusted to his care shall be <W with neatness and dispatch. ■MMesa part of William Drish’s I •aing street. May sthp-at. Kano Forte, German Flute Clarinet. The principles of musick ere ii taught, in many parts of the jor want of capable teacher! 3 , te the wish of every lov JSS t0 % dcrs tand it peifectlj Fwssor no# offers to teach the I son t rU acience in 8 le diin ,° mb| o those who are taugt fcW° ) ' i . rsu2 *heir studies br t th *T may attain'a pi ed £ e of muslc k. '1 «it|, er...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 May 1818

Ten Dollars Reward. Rarawat from the subscriber some lime in February last, a negro man named JOtiW, about 6 feet high, dark complexion) and welt made—he is supposed to be in the neighborhood of Maddox’s tavern in Prince William county, where hi* wife resides. Any person who will apprehend and return the said negro shall receive the above reward and all reasona» ole charges. THOMPSON MASON. May sth—St. Advertisement. THE subscriber is still disposed to sell the farm on which he resides (and which has been heretofore advertised in this paper, on accommodating terms. It is presumed that those inclined to purchase will first view the property and therefore any description is deemed unnecessary. It may sufttce to say, that it contains «. bout , One Hundred $ Seventy Acrss, is well improved as to buildings, Stc. is well wooded and Haiti ed, and in a high state of cultivation, lor mi lder .particulars enquire of the subsetiber, near Pott. Janies Heaton’s, Loudcuu county, Va. THOMAS MARK.S...

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THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 May 1818

THE SEASON. GENIUS OF LIBERTY. TUESDAY, MAY 12, “In almost every season there is a period which fills the breast of every reflecting mind with doubts and anxieties. 1 his important period most generally appears in the spring of the year, when the fond fruition of all our anticipated abundance lays buried in doubtful erabyro. The farmer, by the sweat of whose brow wc enjoy the necessaries & comforts of life, looks forward with /earful forebodings, leaning'on ho fie, for re. freshing showers and congenial suns to cheer his labours in teed time that he may reap an abundant harveit. Disappointed from day to day he still pries into futurity to realize his wishes, and hopes to morrow or next day will gladden his heart —to morrow comes and disappointment follows; a cold and clouded canopy and chilly, unseasonable storms portend distruction to the vegit able ktngdomr-the next day brings a frost, a chilling frost and blasts.the bud of expectation. Perhaps the third day presents a...

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Ipjftjr MmcitLAyr. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 May 1818

Ipjftjr MmcitLAyr. - The minor that has a divorce would take ■JCSf n the Prince Regent and hi. Z about to be realised. It Kr' y with confidence that the ■kjKSnS dur* n B the prtof parHkment for that pur■fr** 0 . view W form an alliance beBft **‘ b p r ince Regent and the dutch- ■£»«"*£ Quere wHI there be any B, ,f Jrti*' n S a rf/cgil/aww” from their Wfajliin'" i* now exhibiting in PhilFazat ' the south Am ' r ' ■<* ,' ly . .«t out from hence on the Philadelphia. The commitBKgress, who were appointed .1 tt*mri»Jofthe aession, on his meindemnification for losses / n the seizure of private pro ihc patriots at Amelia Island by forces, did not report thereon* estood, however, thst he will, ion, endeavor to have a hearing biect. Every mark of attention , visit at Washington, from a f respectable citizens and stranbeen shown to Mr. Pazos, and bstice to add, that his general nt has rendered him highly esnd no doubt worthy of the conpostd in him by the patriot au. from whom he i»...

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To fireeerve Name, or other Smoked [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 May 1818

To fireeerve Name, or other Smoked Meat , through the Summer*— Wrapt up the meat in low, of either fiax or hemp, after shaking opt the loose shieyef, and pack it in a tierce or barrel, taking cate that there benext the tierce, and between every piece of meat a thicklayer of tow packed in as close as possible, then sit it away in a dry cellar, or upper room. It is enough that the barrel or tierce be sufficient to keep the mice out as no fly or insect will enter the tow. Tow and flax are such bad conductors of heat, that a piece of ice will be preserved a long time wrapped up in tow.. Cut straw, also, it very good to keep hams in. Ashes 2re apt to communicate a bad taste to meat. Care should be taken to prevent the flies ftom having access to the meat before being packed away. -; % * From tub Aliiakwu Gazette. ALEXANDRIA SHIP NEWS, May 1. ArrivetP-Schr. Leopard, Balch, from Newbcrn, via Fort V\ askingtou: lumber and bacon to the master. British sekr. Sector, Carr, 1 7 days, ftom Trini...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 May 1818

OBITUARY. Departed this life on Saturday morning, the 35th ult. in the 36th year of her age, Mrs. Elizabeth Brandon , after a long and painful disease, leaving behind her a disconsolate husband, and seven small children; amongst whom was an infant 4 days old, together with a large family, connection and acquaintance to deplore their loss. She evinced a strong hope in the blood of a blessed Redeemer; firmly believing that she should be eternally raised at the last day. Her remains were escorted from her late dwelling to Northfork Baptist meeting house, of which society she had of latt been a respectable member, by perhaps as large a procession as ever assembled on a similar occasion in Loudoun county; and there consigned to the silent tomb, where those of all religious prolessions mingled the tear of sympathy together.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 May 1818

Removal. THE subscriber respectfully informs his triends that he has removed his bus* iness to the S. E. corner of King and Cornwall streets) and would embrace this opportunity of returning his grateful acknowledgements to all those who have encouraged him in his business, and hopes by strict attention to merit a continuance of their favors. DAVID OGDEN. - P. S.—l have on hand some fashionable SIDE-BOARDS, ELIt>TIC DIN* ING TABLES, SOFA, SECRETARY, BUREAUS, fcc. &c. which 1 will dispose of on moderate terms. Orders from the adjacent country will oe thankfully teceived. D. O. May 13.—3 1,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 May 1818

BY AUTHORITY. • yc t ■ > SCHEME OF A LOTTERY TO RAISE g«,000 FOR THE PURPOSE OF PAYING THE STREETS OF THE TOWN OF RrtSimrg, ««. 6000 Tickets at gs 80,000 The first drawn 1000 blanks to be entitle;! to a prize of £6 each, payable In tickets in the second class. The first drawn ticket on the 4th day entitled to a prize of £5<QO payable in part by 50 tickets from No. 1 to No. SO inclusive first on the sth day 500 ... 6 - 500 -8 - 1000 - 9 1000 - 10 - 1000 • - - 11 . 1000 - 12 - 4000 Each of the 8500 prizes to be paid in part by thirty tickets in the 2d class (except that on the 4th day.) Each of the 21000 prizes to be paid in part by fifty tickets in the Sd class. Each of the 2200 prizes to be paid in part by ten tickets in the present class; the first drawn one from No. 51 to No. 60 inclusive—the 2d from No. 61 to 70 inclusive—the 3d from No. 71 to 80—4 th from No. 81 to 90—the 6th fram.No 91 to 100—6 th from No. 101 to 110—7 th from No. 11l to 120—8 th from No 1...

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TB)E REC&SS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 May 1818

TB)E REC&SS. SUNRISE AT SKA. I saw thee rise bright lamp -of heavent I saw thee rise, from ocean’s breast, The sight was fair, tor calm as even, The wearied waves had sunk to rest; « • * '' Spirit of Light! I saw thee climb With lustre pure, tb« dark wore clouds, Till thou hadst reach’d the height teblime, ' , > Where Deity himself enshrouds. ;• - .f ’ • > And so, methinks, the Christian soul* . Ought rise, refulgent orb, like thee, . Till it hath reach'd its heavenly goal, Secure above life’s troubled sea, Ob! then in vain the wave might roll, To hide its native majesty, TO ALCEOELIA. My Sally should 1 change for thee, I milk for cream should bar er, ’The nulk of human nature’s she, And thou the cream of tarter. N^al EPIGRAM. I’ll follow thy fortune a termigant cries, Whose extravagance caus’d all the «- vil,' That were some consolation the husband rcplys For my Fortune has gone to the devil.” SELECTED, How' old may Phillis be, yon ask, Whose beaut...

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Central College of Virginia. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 May 1818

Central College of Virginia. . THOSE who are disposed t« patroni«* tbit institution are-informed that subscription paper*, for the purpoac of collecting money for ita benefit, are lodged in the faandi of John Littlejohn, Charles Bin ns, Jobs Rose, Henry Cloggett, Geo. Runt, jr. S. B. T, Caldwell, Joshua Datura, Francis Stribling, James Heaton, John Hamilton, Charles Elgin, A. T. Mason, Patrick Douglas, John Bailey, VYm. Cllzcy and Vim, Brcnaugh, and all persona are invited to call on one of those gentlemen and to contribute t • wards the establishment of an institution which premises the most important results to the whole Union k ttfthe state of Virginia.particulatly. For further information on the subject a copy of the übscription paper is subjoined. 1 - Considering the right of self government among the greatest political blessings, and that this cannot be maintained but by an intelligent end well instructed people: that to disseminate instruction, institutions for the purpose mu...

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