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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 May 1818
Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 May 1818

I. 1- ■ 1 I' Land for Sale THE subscriber offers for sale 100 Awes of Laud , Eying in Fauquier county, Within a mile and a half of Paris; about sixty ,acres cleared, finely timbered and water* ed; and equal to any land in the county for the production of wheat and other articles, and well adapted to platstl*r, and clover. There is a good new LOO DWELLING HOUSE, within sixty yards of an excellent spring. The a bove land is very conveniently situated to good merchant mills add saw mills, as there is two or thee within a mile and a half of it. A further description is deemed finneccssacy as it is presumed any person wishing to purchase, wiH view the premises. ISAAC SETTLE. Paris, September 16.—tf. JUST RECEIVED. AN D for sale by the subscribers, 10 chests Young Hyson and imperii" tea, tkia year’s importation 6 casks best Goshen cheese 46 boxes mould candles 10 kegs prime cavendish tobacco I 15 small “ 20 barrels N. E. rum 25 whiskey. N. & R. BLACKLOCK. Alexandria; April 14t...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 May 1818

CULPEPPER PlanterU FOR SALE Agreeably to the last will and meni of Jos. B. Downman, aenio ceas’d, 1 shall sell at public aurti the highest bidder, in the town of ville, Culpepper county, on Tuesd 2d of June next if fair, if not, the fair day, a Tract of land containing &even H&ndred and Fifty A This land is extremely well tim and watered—and although at p very fertile, it may be highly imp by the use of plaister and clover; ted in a remarkably healthy and thy neighborhood, on the Hazel 1 which ere long will probably be navigable for flat bottom boats, an joins the lands of col. Win. Thoi and capt. Zep. Turnei is near the the F T road leading Culpepper Court House to the r lain. It is presumed that those wi to purchase will view the premises vious to the sale, which will be ! them on application to capt. Zep. ner Wood ville, or Mr. Thomas near the land. The land will be sc tire or divided to suit purchasers. Terms one third cash, the balar two equal annual pay...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 May 1818

In addition to hitformZ American Star, a otn o riotic songs. Moline Maiobray, or the daughter, a tale by " vole. Absentee, a tale by Migg Ar rotor, a aeries of acricnhS by John Taylor "** Concise view of the contra*, tween the Protestant m churches, w Calvin, in harmony with th« and reform era 0 f the cl. England, Conversations? on political m Choice Emblems, Chapone’s Letters oh the impn, of the mind, Christian Economy, Chesterfidd’s Letters to his g OR Cobbett’s Letters on the late « Eiherald, Isle by Philips, Essay on population, or a visa past and present effects happiness, by T. R.Mal F.rskines Speeches, Family Instructor. Father and Daughterf a tale Opie, Fables for the female sex, by I Flowers of ancient history, Orammer of moral philosopfc . natural theology, Hunt’s History of the late scripture style. History of Joseph, a poem. Harp of Erin, or Hibernian ni Hcrvey’s Meditations , Inchiquin, the Jesuits letters John Decasj.ro Mid his brother commonly called old Crab, S, Keep...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 19 May 1818

the genius of liberty. c■; . - by SAMUEL B. T, CALDWELL, LEESBURG, YA. PUBLISHER OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES.' TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1818. No. 19. VOL. MO

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Official List of Acts. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 19 May 1818

Official List of Acts. Titlct of all the acts and rest/utior.s f.as&U by ihr Jflteuth (congress of the United States, at their first session, ( which began on\ihe first of December, 1817, and ended on the twentieth of jijiril, 1818. [ Authenticated far publication in the National Intelligencer, at the office el the department of stale, where the rolls are directed by law to be deposited for safe keeping j 1 An act to abolish the internal du* tics. 2 To remit the duty on a painting presented to the Pennsylvania hospital. 3 For the relief of Samuel Aikmau , 4 Further to prolong the continuance ofthe Mint at Philadelphia. 5 An act allowing connnpensation to the members ofthe senate, members of the bouse of representative s of the Unit ed States, and to the delegates of the teri itories, and repealing fall other laws on that subject. 6 For the reliefof Winslow and Henry Lewis. 7 For the relief of Joel Earwood. 8 Making further provision tor repar ing the public buildings. 9 ...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 19 May 1818
Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 19 May 1818

C 0 MB JTJONS. THE Gs«J us of LIBZBTT Wlll be MUhed once a week on good median. I* TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance, or TWO UOLflllSand FIFTY CLNTS.it not paid . re tjie expiration of Hie year. No rW ,ube discontinued until arrcarpaid, except afthe discretion the editor. ’ Ad txhtiskmx» t » will be inserted in conspicuous manner, at one dollar per * are for the three firat insertions » antl fady./ivecentß for each additional infctr- • * Those who send in their advertisers will please to mention how often * h ' wish them inserted, otherwise* they -»Ul be continued until forbid, and charged accordingly. tP All communication* and letters on i W neas must be—POST PAID. Oakland Farm for Sale. THE farm which has been advertised some time in this paper, and purticu. ,lady described, is still ottered for tale ’ tl R’d E. BEALE. Bank' Notice. - The stockholders t* the Branch Bank «flhe Valley in Leesburg, arc hereby notified that the fourth instalment is due —they are requested therefore to...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 19 May 1818

Ten Dollars Reward. Ravawat from the subscriber some time in February last, a negro nan named johjst, about 6 feet high, dark complexion, and well made—ho is supposed to be in the neighborhood of Maddox’s tavern in Prince William county, where his wife resides. Any person who will apprehend and return the said negro uh'ill receive the above reward and all reasonaa etc charges. TfljgftgSON MASON, May sth 3tT* Advertisement. THE subscriber is stjjl disposed ta sc‘ll the farm on wh'ch he resides (and which has been horelofora 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 teemed unnecessary, it inay*utticc to say, that it contains a. limit One Hundred $ Seventy Acres, is weil improved as to buildings, &c. is well wooded ami watered, and m a high slate of cultivation. For iurtiier particulars enquire of the subscriber, near Ooct. James {rleatou’s, Loudoun county, -...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 19 May 1818

JUST RECEIVED. AND for sale by the subscribers, 10 chests Young Hyson and impcria tea, this year’s importation 6 casks be st Goshen cheese 46 boxes mould candles 10 kegs prime cavendish tobacco IS small “ 20 barrels N. E. rum 25 whiskey. N. & R. BLACKLOCK. Alexandria; April 14th ISlS* —ly. Land for Sale THE subscriber offers for sale 400 Acres of Land, Lying m Fauquier county, within a mile and a half of Paris; about sixty acres cleared, finely timbered and watered; and equal to any 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 HOU-SE, jvithin sixty “yards of an excellent spring. The a bove 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 Hresumed any person wishing to purchase, will ’view the premises - v ISAAC SETT i 1 Paris, September 16.^-tf...

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From the Kentucky Gazette. NEW-ORLEANS. Extract of a letter to a gentlemen In this place, dated, "New Orleans, March 10, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 19 May 1818

From the Kentucky Gazette. NEW-ORLEANS. Extract of a letter to a gentlemen In this place, dated, "New Orleans, March 10, 1818. "This city is destined at no distant period to become to the United States, what Alexandria was to Egypt, or what Paris is to France; the emporium of its Commerce, its wealth, its population aud Its political greatness, in relation to the rest of the world, and also the hot bed of contagion, luxury, effeminacy, crime, treachery, and civil discord. A philosopher standing on an eminence at the source of Allegheny or Monongahela, and casting the eye of fancy down the stupendous plain inclining to the Gulf of Mexico, would recognize New Orleans as the great reservoir of its overflowing opulence; the Ohio, Illiaoise, Missouri and Mississipi, together with all their constituent branches would only be regarded as so many natural highways, through which the tributary fruits of those vast and fertile countries that they water, must be poured into this depot of the co...

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From the National Intelicikcer. The late session of Congress. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 19 May 1818

From the National Intelicikcer. The late session of Congress. Haying completed the publication of the laws, pasaed at the late session of Congress, it may not be amiss to take a brief review of the acts of a public nature for the purpose of embracing, in one view, their general scope and tenden cy. A session of Congress must be barren indeed, which does not produce some measure, by which it may be distinguished from other*. Of the acts of tiie late session, if a discrimination be made ameng several, that concerning navigation, as it is entitled, but which might more appropriately called an act to countervail the selfish principals of the British colonial policy may be pronounc ed the most important. It does not, it is true, interweave itself with the feelings of every portion of the community by its application to their immediate interests or concerns; but it is a decided experiment to raise from its depression that interest of our country, which, so long as we remain a commercial n...

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GENIUS OF LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 19 May 1818

GENIUS OF LIBERTY. TUESDAY, MAY 19. )Q“ In consequence of the late rains and high swell of water) the mail dua on Sunday has not yet arrived. Mail Robbert— At Baltimore on the 9th inst. Joseph Thompson Hare, one of the persons charged with robbing the mail, was brought to the bar for trial. After hearing the witnesses the Jury retired & in about an hour returned for legal Instruction*, and without again leaving the box found the prisoner guilty. One Of the charges subjects him to the punishment of death. * The trial of John Alexander, the second mail (obher, commenced on the 11 th The jury rejurned in about two hours with verdict of guilty. A man in England has been tried on a charge of “having dyed, fabricated and manufactured sloe, ash and other leaves to imitate tea.'* Casks of these leaves, with dying screens and apparatus, were seized. But the evidence against the accused was not sufficient to convict him. A person lately bought at an administrator’s sals in London,...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 19 May 1818
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 19 May 1818

Fifty Dollars Reward. Ranawat from the subscriber on Monday the 11th inst. a negro man named J 0 lIM, about 21 years ol age, 5 feet 6 or 8 inchesting!)— Tcry dark complexion, quick in his manner of speaking, and considerably forward. He wore a dark coat 8c gray pantaloons—-other cloths not recollected. He walks with one foot turned out nnd is somewhat ciumsey in his wal king—hi - lock are injured. Any persoi who will apprehend said negro k con line him in any jail so that 1 can get him again shall receive the above reward, if taken i-.it of the state—twenty dollars il ;alten in the stale, or ten if taken in the county. All reasonable charges will bt paid if returned to me. GEORGE SINCLAIR. Near Noland’s ferry, Loudoun > c’ty, Va. May 19th—3t.* J Land for Sale. WILL be sold on Tuesday the 16th -Jay of next month, under a deed of trust to satisfy a debt due by Jehu Hollingsworth, to Adam Winegarncr, a tract ol land containing 136 Acres, situated in Loudoun county, about fou...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 19 May 1818

Mbs. R ELLZEY Offer* herself to the consideration o the public, as an instructress of young ladies—-She proposes to teach the glish language grammatically, Geography, including the use of the globes, penmanship, needle work Uc. She is assisted by Mr. E. as it respects penmanship and the English grammar, and in most things where his agency can be useful—Miss Riley (a young lady of eery polished manners) assists her in needle work fee. Parents and guardians are invited to enquire respecting the institution & give it that encouragement which they piay think it merits. Tha rev. John Littlejohn will state the terms. Near Hillsborough, May 19th.—3t. Terra firma purchasers attend. Loudoun Land for Sale. I WILE offer for sale on Saturday 13th June next, a tract of land containing about One Hundred and Fifty Acres , situated within 1 3 a mile of Mountsville, paved road; it is well wooded and watered, and the surface beautiful, beyond description, it is in s high state of cultivat...

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THE RECESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 19 May 1818

THE RECESS. Selected far the Genius <f lAbcrttj. & THE GOD OF LOVE. TelFme by what external sign Is constant love express.d, Can it be spied with flattering tongue, Or seen in heaving breast? The tongue of blandishment besbsaks, Hypocrisy and guile, The tears that fall from blooming cheeks Conceals the Crocadile. Gaudy dre'ss too oft but shows, That pride is half the part, In pompous strides it surtly groves A stranger to the heart. 1 hen not in shapes of eloquence, Fair Cupid think to spy; But with a modest diffidence atnd barely in the eye, TYPHUS FEVER. A person who has had considerable experience in his own family, and in others, of the Typhus Fever, recom mends as a preventative to any one who may suppose that he has been exposed to the infection, to drink at night, on going to bed, a pint of a strong decoction of Wormwood, and another pint two, hours before breakfast the following ■aot'ning, taking care to avoid cold in the course of the day— \_London fi...

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'PUNCTUALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 19 May 1818

'PUNCTUALITY. Be punctual oxen in trifling matters, as in meeting a friend or returning a book; for failing in little things will cause you to fail in greater, & render you suspected.

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fREASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 19 May 1818

fREASON. Th« strength and dignity of man consists in his reason; all which darkens £4 impairs this precious faculty, weakens, lessens, or renders him contemptible.

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Central College of Virginia [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 19 May 1818

Central College of Virginia THOSE who are disposed to patronize this institution are informed that subscription papers, for the purpose of col - lecting money for its benefit, ait; lodged in the hands of John Littlejohn, Charles Biu'ns, John Rose, Henry Claggett, Geo. Kusl, jr. 6. C. T. Caldwell, Joshua Osburn, Francis Stribling, James Heaton, John Hamilton, Charles Elgin, A. T. Mason, Patrick Douglas, John Bailey, VVm. Ellzey aful VVm. Bronaugh, 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 ft to the state of Virginia particulaily. For further information on the subject a copy'of the subscription paper is subjoined. Considering t}ie right of self-govern-ment among trie greatest political blessings,'and tnat this cannot be maintained but by an intelligent .and well instructed people> tiiai to disseminate instruction, institutions for t...

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