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FOREIGN SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 March 1817

FOREIGN SUMMARY. NEW-YOUK. FEB, 26. The British packet from Falmouth, with the December maiJ, sailed thence on the 13th of that month; and the brig Superior, in 44 days from Bordeaux, came up yesterday. ' By the packet the editors of the Mercantile Advertiser have received Falmouth papers of the 17th, London papers of the 13th, and Paris papers to the 2nd lanuary, in the French and English languages, containing London dates to the 28th December, 14 days later than those brought by the packet From these papers we have extracted every article of moment both po litical and commercial, which follow. Captain P. has brought despatches from our minister in Spain, for government. We find in our French papers, that general Savary had been condemned to death. Associations were forming in Bordeaux for the relief of the distressed poor. His majesty had granted 30,000 francs for the relief of the sufferers in the de partment of Dordogne The London Courier of the 20th December states, that the ki...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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ENtuS OP LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 March 1817

ENtuS OP LIBERTY. 'js sn u h o. VIfiGIMA. Tuesuav, March. 11. the necessity of |H g much matter, this week, for iHfroom. IBioniehing campaign—opened. a time when peace and tranquility IBrcbed on the standard of our hap|Bi nourishing nation—when wafted H gentle gules of prosperity, we were IHjproaciiiug the pinacle of greatness SHn party spirit was rapidly winging IHy into the merited shades of oblivIHwhen the hydra head of faction IHly appeared in view—and when IHoarse sounds of political party pre|B were dying away; at a time Like IB was our most sincere wish that IBproaching election would be left to Hs own course—that the good peothis congressional district might IB unmolished by the misrepresents Hof faction, to enjoy in peace their IBral franchise—that the political atHhere should not be contaminated and deception, and that all Bt view, through the medium of their Benses, the respective claims of the Candidates presented for their suffraHbut cur wishes, it seems, cannot be Our ...

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APPOINTMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 March 1817

APPOINTMENTS BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITES STATES, WITH THE 'ADVICE AND CONSENT OF THE SENATE. To be secretary for the department of state, John Quincy Adams, ot Massachusetts. To be secretary for the department of the treasury, William H.jPkawford. To be secretary for the department of war, Isaac Shelby, of Kentucky. Mr. Chowninshkild, it is understood, remains at the head of the navy department.

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 March 1817
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 March 1817

TAVERN. Presly Foley , FROM HAY-MARKET. RESPECTFULLY informs the ciffr zens of Leesburg, its vicinity, and tha public in general, that he has opened the house lately occupied by Mr. John Drish, sign of the • Indian Chief, where he hopes his friends will give him a call. March 4th.—3t. PUBLIC SALE. WILL be sold at public auction, on Thursday the loth day of April next, at 10 o’clock. A. M. an excellent tract of land, lying near Nixon’s mill, five miles from Leesburg, and containing about 175 Acres, well adapted to clover and plaister, under good cultivation, well watered and timbered, and has an orchard of the best kind of fruit trees. There is a good dwelling house, kitchen, and other out houses on the premises. Sale will be on the premises, where any information on the subject may be had, by applying to the subscribers. GEORGE or JOS. CARTER. March 11 —4w* PUBLIC SALE. WILL be sold at public auction on Tuesday the 35th inat. at 12 o’clock M-. a valuable Stone House , on themain str...

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THE EE CESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 March 1817

THE EE CESS. 7011 THK GENIUS Of LIBERTY* WHAT IS LOVE? ’Tis that delightful passiontVe ran feel, Which poets cannot paint or words re* veal, Or any art we know of can conceal— Canst thou describe a rain-bow to the blind, Or make him feel a shadow with his mind? So neither can we by discription know, This first of all felicities below. When happy love fours rapture on the soul, And all our thoughts in sweet delirium roll; When fond Fruition quiv’ring drops his wings, And ev’ry flutt’rer some new rapture brings We live in exstacy to all things kind, For love can teach a moral to the mind; But are there not some other marks to prove, What is thistmnsport of the soul call’d love? Oh, yes! there are, but of a different kind, The dreadful horrors of a gloomy mind; Some jealous fury throws his poison’d dart, . And rends in pieces the distracted heart. When love’s a tyrant and the soul a slave, No hope remains to thought but in the grave. In that dark den, it sees an end of grief. And what ...

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Nile/ Weekly Register, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 March 1817

Nile/ Weekly Register, j V ' , V This established and well-known work has been published at Baltimore since the first of September 1811—and conse quently. takes in a period of the most interesting events which have Occurred at home and abroad—presenting to its possessor a greater quantity of documents and facts belonging to the history of America and Europe) than ever before was compressed into one work—and- as to things past, a body of matter that never can be supplied by any other publica tion. It is printed on a sheet of line super royal paper> in octavo—paged and calculated for binding, with a complete index for every volume. Each volume (taking in the gratuitous supplements) contains about 450 pages; and there are two volumes per annum, {or five dollars, pay able in advance. Advertisements of all sorts excluded; and its capacious pages, and small, but good type, gets in more matter than ever before issued from the press in book-form, sheet for sheet, in any country T...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 March 1817

Valuable Mill to n The subscriber wishes to rent for years from the first of April next valuable Mill, with the LOT AN THER BUILDINGS attached toi in the possession of Mr Jehu Hoi worth. The mill is in the north ft Goose creek—runs two pair of burrs, worked by two overshot w with machinery in complete repai one of the best neighborhooi wheat in the county. The dwelling is large, convenient and well finish joining which is a house calculate a. store—together with about 40 acres of Lar divided into several apartments w closed and in a high state of culth an enterprising industrious man, do a good business at this place, small capital would be handled to advantage. Terms will be made 1 on aplication to Mr. Hollingsworth on the premises, or to the subscrit jozabed war January 20—tf. ' VIRGINIA, to wit: At Rules holden in the clerk’s ol the superio" court of chancery ft Winchester district, the first monc December. ,816. John Boothe Plainti against Eleanor Stump and others Defendant The ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 March 1817

Cob belt's Register . HAVING become agent for Cobbett’a American Register, the subscriber will receive and transmit money to Cobbett and Oldfield, publishers of the above work. New York, for any gentleman who wish to become subscribers. Persons wishing to avail themselves of this work are informed that the first volume is out accompanied with an elegant likeness of the author—price six dollars unbound, exclusive of postage- Any number may be had from one to a whole volume, at twenty five cents a piece. SAMUEL B T- CALDWELL. Leesburg. February 11. For Sale. A likely, strong and healthy Negro Woman, about thirty years of age; has been accustomed to out door and house work. Foi further particulars enquire of the editoi of this paper. Feb. 18.—tf. j Loudoun Land FOR SALE. WILL be offered at public' sale, on sixth day. the 21 st of next month, (if fair if not the next fair day) pursuant to the last will and testament ofWra, Hatcher, deceased, the farm on which the testator lived, near Go...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 March 1817

PROPO SAI-„ « ' in Leesburg, Va. /■or publishing by subscription, a 4 edition qf the MEMOIRS OF WILLIAM SAMPS C Including particulars of his ndveq in various parts of Europe; his c finement in the dungeons of tin inquisition in Lisbon, kc. SEVERAL ORIGINAL LETT) Being his correspondence with the isters of state in Great Britain 1 Portugal; ji short sketch of the HISTORY OF IRELjn particularly as it respects the spi British domination in that coun and a few Observations on the tt of manners, £cc. in America HAVING obtained leave of the a to publish an edition of the above 1 the editor with confidence appea the public for patronage and supp the undertaking: being fully assurei a work of such intrinsic value will 1 permitted any longer to slumber i arms of obscurity. One limited ci only has been published, which i« ' entirely out of market. The authoi , been frequently solicited to publis ; other, but his professional calling 1 i not permit. The edition that has ; published, scarcely c...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 March 1817

hHB GENIUS OF LIBERTY. [tEO by C. R. SAUNDERS, (FOR SAMUEL B. T. CALDWELL,) LEESBURG, Va. AT TWO DOLLS PER ADVANC E TUESDAY, MARCH 18, IBIL [No. 10. m■ i]

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[ CONDITIONS' [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 March 1817

[ CONDITIONS' lOrniui o7 Liberty will be I once a week on good medium |TWO DOLLAKS per annum, in advance, or TWO DOLnd FIFTY CENTS, if not paid be expiration of the year. No ill be discontinued until arrear- [ paid, except at the discretion Itor. ItTtsKMBitTS will be inserted in [nous manner, at one dollar per the three first insertions, and hr cents for each additional inserLose who send in their advertiseill please to mention how often |i them inserted, otherwise they Lntinued until forbid, and chargBingly. I U communications and letters on \sust be-~POST PAll),

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To the People. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 March 1817

To the People. FELLOW CITIZENS; It was once a.high crime, in this county, for a republican to solicit your suffrages, and he who was daring enough to attempt it, was sure to be overwhelm ed with the foulest obloquy and abuse, that the virulence of party animosity could engender. But I had hoped that these times had passed away and with them, the illiberal feelings to which they gave rise, and that the day had arrived when any man might be presented to you as a candidate, for your suffrages, with out having his character traduced- and all his actions mispresented. I indulged that hope, with the more confidenre. from having witnessed the mild and concilia tory course of the leading men of the federal party, with whom I have asso dated for some months past, and who were, in the times to which 1 have alluded distinguished for their violence. It is a pleasing reflection, that during the last session of congress there was not one instance in which party spirit, that demon of political dep...

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BLIC SALE. , be sold at public auction on the 25th inst at 12 o’clock M. Stone House , un street—an excellent WORK . together wiht a great variety of HOLD & KITCHEN FURwill be made known at the place of sale; JOHN B. STEVENS, rford, March 11 —3t. jBLIC sale. ,L be sold at public auction, on ly the 10th day of April next, at >ck, A. M. an excellent ’tract of] ng near Nixon’s mill, five miles .eesburg, and containing about 175 Acres, pted to clover and plaister. under Itivation, well watered and timand has an orchard of the best fruit trees- There is a good j house, kitchen, and other out >n the premises, ' ale will be on nises, where any information on act may be had, by applying to tcribers. SORGE or JOS. CARTER, mil.- 4w* AYEEN. Presly Foley y p ROM HAY-MARKET. I ECTFULLY informs the citiLeesburg, its vicinity, and the general, that he has opened the ely occupied by Mr. John Drisb, Indian Chief, e hopes his friends will give ill. h 4th3t. OR SALE. ...

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FROM THE ALEXANDRIA HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 March 1817

FROM THE ALEXANDRIA HERALD. The congressional election in the ad* jacent counties of Virginia, affords a subject of deep interest to the people of this district; and although from our situation, our efforts cannot be aftorded in any other way than to offer the evidences of our good opinion towards either of the candidates, we who have been the spectators of the conduct of one of those gentlemen, may. we hope without offence, be permitted to express our high sense of his merits. Ciratit’.idc would indeed demand of us (was there no view to ‘.he future) the expression of our approbation 'tod sense of obligation to the exertions of general Mason on a late important occasion. Nor is the district he is a,candidate to represent less benefited, in our opinion, by the efforts he has made, and which, we may confidently assert, have produced the result of placing the capital of the district in a situation more adequately to meet the requisitions of its increasing markets. The town of Alexandri...

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GLMLS OF LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 March 1817

GLMLS OF LIBERTY. LEESBURG, VIRGINIA. Tuesday, March 18. “Ketocton ” is received and shall appear in our next. It came too late for this day’s paper. v The summary prepared for this week is unavoidably omitted. |C7* We would solicit the candid attention of our readers to general MASON'S address to the people, commencing on our first page. We ask them to read it with an unprejudiced mind. We ask that portion of our readers in partic ular, who are conscientiously scrupulous of bearing arms to read it and judge for themselves. If that be not satisfactory) we would refer them to the bill itself, and its amendments, which may be found in the hands of the gentlemen referred to in the address, or at this office. After such investigation, we would beg leave to ask if there be any thing in the amendments so unjust and oppressive as has been represented? Is thereany thing hostile to the best interests of the quaker? Is not his conscientious scruples careful ly provided for, and duly respected...

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HYMEmAL REGISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 March 1817

HYMEmAL REGISTER. Married, by the rev. Wm Gilmore on Thursday 27th ult. Mr. Robert Whitacre to Miss Hannah Ewers. ——On Tuesday evening ,4th Inst. Mr Stacey Lacey to Miss Mahala Savdford On Wednesday evening sth inst. Mr, Payton Triplett to Miss Sarah Comb*. —■ On Thursday last by the rev Tohn Littlejqhn, Mr. Joseph Russel to Miss Nancy Near. —‘—7 On Thursday 13th, by the rev, Mr. Mines, am. Timothy Taylor to Mis* HAa»dQt-oaß(7Rß,BUorin» county.

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Declaration of Independence. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 March 1817

Declaration of Independence. In Jane. 1816, the subscriber issued proposals for publishing a splendid and in all respects an American edition of the Declaration of Independence! with fac similies of the subscribers to that Nation* al Document He advertised that the size of the pa* per should be 36 by 24 inches, of the best quality Mr. Amies could manufac ture. The design in bas relief, encircling the Declaration of Independence would be the work of Mr. Bridport It was to be sur mounted by the arms of the United States and adorned with medallion portraits of general Washington, John Hancock and Thomas Jefferson. The armsof the thir teen United States in medallion, encir* cled by characteristic ornaments was meant to form the remainder of the Cordon. - \,.y... The whole design was to be engraved by Mr. Murray. The interior of the Cordon by Col, Fairraan The Portraits by Mr. Leney of NewYork,from original paintings; Tht Fac Similies by Mr. Vallance, who has been permitted to have acces...

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