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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 19 May 1818
Removal. _ THE subscriber respectfully informs his friends that he has removed his business to the S. E. corner of King and Cornwall streets, and'would embrace this opportunity of returrrtn'g his grateful acknowl ■ •dgements ;o ahr those who have encour aged him in his business, and hopes by strict attention to merit a continuance of their favors. . DAVID OGDEN. P. S,—l have on hsnd some fashionable SIDE-BOARDS. ELIPTIC DINING TABLES, SOFA, SECKETA BUREAUS, &amp;c. &amp;c. which I will dispose of on moderate terms. Orders Ironi the adjacent country will oe thankfully received. D. O. May 12.—3t. Two Hundred Hollars Reward. Aescokdf.d, during my absence from home, in August last, a slave mftned - JOE, His colour is a Very dark mulatto approaching nearly or quite to a black He is five feet 8 or 9 inches high; he stoops in the shoulders, is of thin visage and habit of body; has a downcast look, and stammers in his speech. He is between 25 and 30 years of age. No particul...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 19 May 1818
BY AUTHORITY. V * SCHEME OF A LOTTERY TO RAISE 84,000 FOR THE PURPOSE OF PAYING THE STREETS OF THE TOWN of JLwbura, 33a. Scheme as follows, viz. The first drawn 1000 blanks to be entitled to a prize of gG each, payable in tickets in the second class. The first drawn ticket on thd'4th day entitled to a prize of payable in part by 50 tickets from No. 1 to No. 50 indusivs first o* the sth day 6 8 9 10 11 12 Each of the g5OO p 8500 ■ 500 500 1000 1000 1000 1000 4000 the 2d izes to be paid in part by thirty tickets in class (except that on the 4th day.) Each of the gIOOO prizes to be paid in part by fifty tickets in' the 2d class. Each of the g2OO 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 JO inclusive—the 3d from No, 71 to 80—4 th from No, 81 to 90—the sth from No 91 to 100—6 th from No. 101 to 110—7 th from No. M 1 to 120—sth from No 121 to 130—9 th from No. 131 to 140—10 th fropi No. 141 to 1...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 19 May 1818
NOW IK and. will be ready fa , . in the month) of next, THE domestic Ann,. fkies®* the com,., Virginia * marv FARRi* «tNO f A COPIOUS SEXECTIOJf TREATISES ON VXXt * EXTANT IN THE States. Jnjtvefiarie, &lt; j I. Ad»ipe to the purch» —observations and directs ing Horses when travellii and keeping the Running ding to the several states a description of moat disot to Horses, and a great nnceipts for the cure of such in that noble animal as are i eluding also direction for pi*, ny disorders that Horses arel See. 11. Directions Sc Receipts), of most distempers in Ox en ( Calves; also a description of q, complaints incident to them.* HI. Observations and reed cure and prevention of most« incident to sheep and lambs, IV. Receipts add direction, cure of most distempers in boa V. Receipts and tempers in dogs. To which ie added A NUMBER OF RECEI Known to be ejficaciout in the t ny comfiiainl* incident to tki Quadrufiedt of America , have never yet a/i/ictrtdi pririt. This work will be ...
Official Ust of Acts. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 May 1818
Official Ust of Acts. Title* of all the acts and resolution» /lasted by the fifteenth Congress of the United Slates, at their fuel session, (which began on the fret of December , 1817, and ended on the twentieth of jl/iril 1818. ( Concluded.) 87 Far the relief of John Dillon 88, Supplementary to the several acts relative to direct taxes and internal dutiei. 89 For transferring the claims in the office of the commissioner to the third auditor of the treasury department. 90 To regulate and fix the compensation of the clerks, in the different offices. 91 For the relief of volunteer mounted cavalry 93 Fixing the compensation of Indian agenta and factors. 93 To defray the cxpences of the militia when marching to placet of rendezvous 94 Authorising the disposal of certain lots of public ground in the city of NewOrleans and town of Mobile. 95 Making the port of Bath, in Massachusetts, a port of entry for ships or vessel* arriving from the Cape of Good Hope, and from places beyond the same;...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 May 1818
I rOyD ITI °' YS ' ■nr ck&gt;' v * or U *** rr wiM be WP .weekon good medium Hr"rWO DOLLARS per annum, ■L .n ,d*nce, or TWO DOLB»ind Fin’* CENTS, if not p»id Wfa expiration of the year. No ~l bf discontinued until arrear- ■ f pa id, except at the discretion ■ editorwill be inserted in BL uOUS manner, at one dollar per three first insertions, and for each additional iaserie who send in their ad vertiseplease to mention how often them inserted, otherwise they ■ke continued until forbid, and chargtrdinglf- ' . ' - wml &gt;■ communictfiont and letter 9 on pout be~~POST P'AID, \Oakknd farm for Sale. r fern, Which has been advertised mu* time in this paper, and particuIrtocribed, is still offered for sale R’d E. BEALE. Jdie Property For Sale. jlksifacre lot in the flourishing town There is a large SMITH'S SHOP I it, no other improvements. Apubrtll of excellent water in the street, Which the lot is situated, and imme&gt; ’ opposite, together with the local &...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 May 1818
. NOW IN PRESS, * , and will be ready for tale , it it expected in the montht of Augutt or'i September next, Til DOMESTIC ANIMAL’S FRIEND, / OR THE COMFIITI virqinia &amp; Maryland FARRIER, BEING A COPIOUS SELECTION FROM THE BEST TREATISES ON EARKIERY NOW RiTAxYT IN THE UNITED . . States. -% In Jive par tt, I. Advice to the purchasers of Horses —observations and directions concerning Horses when travelling—ordering and keeping the Running Horse according to the several states of his body—a description of most disorders incident to Horses, end a great number of Receipts for the cure of such complaints, in that noble animal as are curable, including also direction for preventing many disorders that Horsea are subject to, See. 11. Directions St Receipts for the cure of roost distempers in Oxen, Cows and Calves; also a description of many of the Complaints yieident to them. HI. Observations and receipts for the cure end prevention of most distempers incident to sheep and lambs. ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 May 1818
NOTICE. , ALL' persons having claims agains 1 the estate of Henson Simpsoni deceased t are requested to present them properly authenticated for settlement on or before the first day of June next, otherwise 1 shall pay none unless compelled oy law. JAMES SIMPSON, Ex’r. March 10.—[I j. 20 Dollars Reward. Ran a way from the subscriber, on he 18th April last, two Negro Women , one named FRANKEY, of a yellowish complexion, about 40 years of age, a middle size, and wore a dark striped linsey dress. The other named CHAHLOT'I E, about 35 years of age, far advanced in pregnancy, wore a light strip ed linsey dress, has a scar on one arm occasioned by the cut of a haxhet. The above reward will be given to any person who will apprehend them both &amp; return them to the subscriber, or' ten dollars for either of them—or ten dollars will be given to any person who will apprehend them both, and give information so that 1 can get them again. JAMES FURGUSON. Near Centreville, Fairfax C’ty. &...
Front the Belfast Commercial Chronicle. Character of Mr. Curran. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 May 1818
Front the Belfast Commercial Chronicle. Character of Mr. Curran. ' 'he celebrated Irish Orator, recently by Counsellor Philips, ■ - d from me, my lie sketch of this exi who has tilled such a -üblic eye of Ireland, and ■ mess has afforded me such unities of personal observation—bme, to us all the inevitable lime . now come, when it can be done with* m wounding either his sensibility or his pride. I have seen that fine eye which once so lightened with intelligence glared with the death film, and that wondrous tongue, which once held every pas* sion captive, silent for ever! Our day has been marked no less by singular e* vents than by the crowd of extraordinary men who have produced them and perhaps, in all that crowd, there was not one in his peculiar sphere more gifted or more conspicuous than Mr. Curran. Born in the obsure village of Newmarket, near Cork, of very humble parents, he entered upon life without a friend but of his own creation, ora shilling which was not the hard earned...
Communicated for the Charleston, S. C. Gazette. SOUTH AMERICA. “Kingston, (Jam.) April 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 May 1818
Communicated for the Charleston, S. C. Gazette. SOUTH AMERICA. “Kingston , (Jam.) April 7. “I take the liberty to enclose you a translation I made of the summons of General Momn.o,a» well as his proclamation, addressed to the Commandant and inhabitants of the inexpugnable island of Margarita. TRANSLATION Of all the summons of gen. Morillo, accompanied by a proclamation addressed to the commandant and inhabitants of Margarita to surrender himself and their Island to the sovereignty of Ferdinand the VII, “ To the commandant of the armed /orces of Margu* rita. “The troops of the king under my command, have again returned to this island and 1 hope chat it will shortly be subjected to Ciic dominion of its legitimate sovereign—l know very well your com. promises, and I am persuaded that the general mass of its inhabitants have not wished to bring upon themselves so many and so disastrous evils —your misturtunea have been occasioned solely by one /urvtr.c man; and the blood which has ire ....
Death of Cristophe. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 May 1818
Death of Cristophe. Philadhlphia, Mayr, H A letter received by a respectable cantile house in tnis city, from Port Prince, dated April 13, says: “We have just received somewib,H tic news of the death of CUitltH TOPHE" ■ It is singular that two of the rivalwH erigns of St. Domingo should have dkfl within a few days of each other-WiH! not fiance eventually obtain of that Island!
A FOUNDLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 May 1818
A FOUNDLING. On Friday evening. Mr, Kelley, wH of the persons employed in thiloffieiiH was disturbed by the cries of some pctH son in distress; and going into the urcttH he discovered that the noise proceddH trom a basket, which, on taking imottsH house, he found contained a fine boyeH about live months old. The clothing « the infant was deposited at the botloaH of tlie basket without any note or mulH to discover to whom it belongid. ItH was slightly covered, and drenched t'H the skin, during a shower of rain andH high wind. There was no person in thiH street at the time, but Mr. Kelley repivH sents, that after taking up the basket, person came up to him, and, in acarledH manner, inquired what it contained; on being answered, he went off, witWß expressing any further curiosity. clothing of the child, though much is said to he of good materials, and ftsh'B ionably made. The infant appesn »■ have been harshly treated as it goes lr»'B ly to any person who will take il—i appears to be c...
JcENIUi 0F ,J,,ERTY- [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 May 1818
JcENIUi 0F ,J,,ERTY - fUESDJII * JIMK2C. B^^TlMMbyVgentleman from ■ lirer Court House that on '1 burs’ ■"ning last about 4 oclock there K a remarkable hail storm. Many ol Halftones mea9ured sisi!lGheS H r f.«.nce; considerable damage was !■ _One hog killed and others injurH*\V'eshall probably have further par. IS&gt;i* rs next weeki K y the Washington papers we learn Ht,hails torm occurred in the City H BBS day—the hail larger than nut ■ Some thousand dollars damage lE, to windows, See. The hail was a Kdespin some places. In AlcxanK ff as not so severe.
TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 May 1818
TO THE PUBLIC. »y c are requested to state that Gen. ■lasoit’s letter to Dr. Tebbs, published liMi'. John M’C arty’s handbill of Friliy evening, was produced by a Hire.A Hvm Mr. M’Carty to challenge Hfr. Geor 0 M. Chichester or Gen. Blasonil'eai r onf■n had lent Hols to Yu;. H That Go:* u never did re Hu direct, ;• i -telly to accept a HgUenge i Mr, John M’Carty; Hitonthe i , lie distinctly and Bleated!} tola Air. Uulany, thebcarHiifMr. ji’Carly’s challenge, that He would resign bis commission, acHept a challenge and tig lit him; but Hat lie would not permit Mr. M’Car* H to prescribe the terms of the duel, Hindi lie. being the challenger, had no Highttu du; I That Gen. Mason afterwards a■gifcdto wave all exception to the form ■of Mr. M’C arty’s challenge, and tight Hum on terms which Mr. M’Carty &amp; Hvcry other person should acknowlHilgo were, in every possible respect, equal, and desperate to the ■lastdegree, and that Mr. M’Carty ■Ejected this proposition; I That Gen. Mas...
Sohool Commissioners. » [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 May 1818
Sohool Commissioners. » I Agreeably to an act of the last session of the legislature “appropriating part of, tire revenue of the literary fund for the education of poor children,” the follow, ing gentlemen were appointed commissioners by the Loudoun court to carry *lie act into effect. John Mines Dr. Win. It. Grady John Rose Thos, I ouch L. P. VV. Balch John V v i ite Charles Lewis Robert Kiaden Win. Ellzey Wm. S. Marlow John Cleveland Aeon «i . i&gt;r« Burr Powell Win. Willkinson Sidnor Bailey. It is devoutly to be wished that this act, however exceptionable in its pro* visions, will be punctually and faithfully carried into effect, and not be permitted by the commissioners to slumber in the Statute book, like the act of a similar nature passed some years back. As edu~ cation is considered, in republics, one ot the deepest principles of independence l so should it be fostered by the legislature and its executive officers with a proper and becoming zeal. It is now, we believ...
Fob th* Gbnius or Lisbrty. GUESS WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 May 1818
Fob th* Gbnius or Lisbrty. GUESS WORK. NOW ye fair adventurers to the temple of Hymen, ye who have bound arouud the hearts of men the silken cords affection weave-, ve who (ducked the apple from the accutseil tree, ye who first expelled the whole r«ce of Adam from the; fardeu of Paradise and doomed them to eternal slavery, listen for a moment to a few guesses from old Wit and attribute not to him a want of respect for leaving you to the last—for believe me although last you are not leant in nly estimation. Pul by your work, and rub up your spectacles, and read with care 6c deliberation, and meditate with cautious circumspection, and if none of the following guesses suit your case, look around you and ace if they apply to any of your neighbours,—if not then I hope none will be offended. When I see a wife, contradict her husband, with the fire of indignation beaming in her eye, I guess she is ignorant of the marriage covenant and destitute of love or even common respect for him. When ...
p o a r s c rip r [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 May 1818
p o a r s c rip r\ extract of a leticrj ■ Gen A. T. Mai h to a,friend in J,res, dated 2Sth inst. Dkaii Sih— M ; . course with Mr. Jo n VI Carty is i ; ;&lt;l unalterably and forever, it is precisely what you advise. A plain narrative of the facts is the only notice that I shall ever condescend to take of him. V' ere ' e now to challenge me in the most explicit and unexceptionable form I would unequivocally reject his challenge. As old Mr. Widgery said in congress, “y u niay know the wounded pigeons by their fluttering,” it is now most evident from Mr. M’Carty’s own flouncing that he is stung to the quick, and that his disgrace is so complete end palpable that he can no longer conceal or disguise it from himself.
Masonic Celebration. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 May 1818
Masonic Celebration. The breathreri of the masonic fraternity are respectfully invited to meet at he Lodge room in Leesburg, on the 34th of June, at 10 oclock A M for the purpose of celebrating the anavcrsary of St. John the Baptist. A procession will be formed at 11 oclock and march to the Episcopal Church; Where a sermon will be preached on the occasion by the rev. brother John Dunn. After which • procession will again form and march to the Leesburg Hotel, where a dinner will be provided by brother Sam 1 M&gt; Edwards. The brethren of the neighboring lodges and transient brethren arc respectfully solicited to attend. S. B. T. CALDWELLI DAVID OGDEN, I Commute Wm. H. BRISCOE. J May 36th—td id.