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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 May 1818
Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 May 1818

WOOL CARDING. The subscriber informs his frie the public in general, that he has £ Machines in full operation at hi stand, and will insure good work those who n ay favor him with the tom. Persons living at a distant bringing any quantity of \\ uol have it carded in ro Is immediately to take it home with them. Due dance given by J. T. McARTORJ May 26.—3t PP 00l Carding THE subscribers respectfully ii the public that they intend carryin the Wool Carding business on Goose creek, at the formerly the property of Daniel ( 6 miles from Leesburg. They havi cards and the machine is In con repair, . All those who may favor with their custom may rely on has done in the best manner, and with patch. The wool must be washe picked clean, one pound ofgrease pounds of coarse wool and one pint to every eight pounds of wool. Th« scribers have a hand who unders carding fine wool to perfection; an those who have fine wool may rely being done in the best manner. It pected all carding accounts will be s b...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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THE RECESS, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 May 1818

THE RECESS, non THE »«4HmntMTkl«T. Me. Hul—Chance hs* thrown inta my pouesiion a few iittla production* of e friend now no mere. They were perhaps never intended for the public eye, but are worthy of preservation.— The following it one of then, and was occasioned by one of those misfortunes Which often overtake men in the midst of their enjoy meats—the sudden loss of wealth, and its unavoidable consequence, the lota of friends. THE "EXILE. ' Faa from his cottage, and far from his bowers, Mournful and slow see the Exile depart! Farewell ye gardens, ye fields, and ye flowers; Farewell, those scenes which could gladden the heart! Tedious the hours and minutes though fledling— Long seems the day k still longer 'tfce night; While for his cottage hia fond heart is beating, While for his home, the repose of delight. Faintly the sun, in the west now declining, Sooths his pale rays o’er the valleys and hills; Pale sits the Exile, his hard fate repining— Hope’s paler ray through his lone boso...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Mrs. R. ELLZEY [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 May 1818

Mrs. R. ELLZEY Offer*- herself to the consideration of the public, as an instructress of young ladies—She proposes to teach the English language grammatically, Geography, including the use of the globes, penmanship, needle work See. She is assisted by Mr. £. as it respects penmanship and the English grammar, and in roost things where his agency can be useful—Mias Riley (a young lady of very polished manners) assists her in needle work &c. Parents and guardians are invited to enquire respecting the inst 1 ' ‘ion & give it that encouragement which they may "think it merits. The rev. John Littlejohn will state the terms. Near Hillsborough, May 19th.—3t.

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 May 1818
Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 May 1818

WL Boot and Shoe Manufactory. THE subscriber has rec Baltimore an excellet assort ▼cry beat materials for BOOTS AND SHOES, Lapibs cam 1 be accommodate* WITH MOROCCO SHOES, of any size and shape, as he intends cat rying on the Shoe Making Business in all its branches. Gentlemen can be supplied with boots or shoes, made of first quality, calf skins also, ,with Morocco Shoes and Boots. The subscriber has some of the first rate woikmcn in the state, and flatters him* self that he will by punctuality and good work, be able to afford general satisfaction. He retbrns his sincere thanks for past favors, and again begs the patronage of the people. i Ladies’ k Children’s coloured Morocco Shoes for sale at his shop opposite Air. John McCormick’s store. WILLIAM KING. Leesburg, Va. > May ttk. i * W

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 May 1818

.< ' " C- P: * V&to. -hsh A • ■W AUTHORITY. w. —— ■;■•-■• A-- ' •a lE|OP A LCfcpERT* TO RAISE £*,ooo FOE THE PURPOSE OF PAVING THE STREETS “OF THE. TOWN ofcjLersburg, ®«. Scheme as follows. Viz. 04000 5000 3000 SOOO 1000 1000 8000 8100 6900 8018 Prizes. *30,000 8988 Blanks. 6000 Tickets at g3 , 80,000 Thb first drawn 1000 blanks to be entitled to a price of £6 each, nay able in tickets In the second class. The first drawn ticket on the 4th day entitled to a prize of £5OO payable in part by 50 tickets from No. I to No. 50 inclusive • first on the sth day . 6 - - 8 - - 9 - - 10 - - - 11 , - 12 - 500 500 1000 1000 1000 1000 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 gIOOO prizes to be paid in part by fifty tickets in the 2d class. Each of the 8200 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 7...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 May 1818

Notice. The stockholders in the Leesburg Turnpike Rosd, will please to take notice. that the third instalment of ten dol lars. on each share of stock, is required to be paid, on or before the Ist of July next, by order of the president and directors. SAMt. CARR. Treas'rt May 19—4t. N. B.—All thosib stockholders who have not paid up the first and second in stalments will take.noticc, that if they do not make immediate payment, we ahall be obliged to proceed against them as the law directs. S. C. NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to me upon o pen accompt will please come forward and settle the same by note or payment, as I am determined to wind up all my business. Those who do not come lor. ward, must expect no indulgence. The . books are in the hands of Mr. H. Har* naon who is authorised to receive all the money due me, and pass receipts for the same. r GEO.RUSTiJ*. May 19—3t. *

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 May 1818

LEESBVX6 H4T iKJ Fro* the pity l Hiving hi much ] hi* arrival from Wa«h tention of carrying ~ Hat Manufacturing in this place, he now, W iA act sentiments of gratitude, i grateful acknowledgement tomers and the public, at !■ very liberal patronage' he since his commencement this place, and he flatters Ml by4lis unremitted,attention, u tion to please, he will continual share of the public patron " is glad to have it in his pow< his friends and the public, tL„ hand a very good assortment* the first, second and third will in a few days have fin., moat fashionable stile, a few i bell crowns, which he wili wi. good; and will sell cheap f o * { punctual customers. Gentle irig him with a call and assortment, and not suiting ) can be furnished in a few days i their measure. Country merchants would <_ giving me a call as Ihsve hstsi_ tored k finished in a superior ifiy I can enable them to sell to idn] May Igr—3t. • IC7" Two boys from IS to | age will be taken ae appren...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 June 1818

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Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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ANSWEIi [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 June 1818

ANSWEIi J.- . •**, . r- ) '* ‘ Given by Francisco Esteban Gomez, Governor, and Commander in Chief, if the Island of New-Spartan, alias * Margarita, to the summons of surrenderand the proclamation of Pablo Morilio dated Baralcs, Margarita, 17ih July, published in Our last nu miber. “To his excellency Pablo Merillo, general in chief of the troops of the King. “Most excellent sir, “Tiie Spartans of have re d with great surprise, the unexpected despatch which your excellency has transmitted them—-They are astonished «t the batborous style with which you have 'summoned the surrender of this. after daringly having committed hostilities uppn its coasts, without being pi ded in the first instance by the requisite; and are haupy to learn thiit. rbtir excellency has discovered your uqij:nke, when ultimately .all have enraged aiitl revested with the noble eh* 1 -.igns of valor to avenge the renewed outrages with which you insult them. The troops of the king commanded by your excellency, have e...

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

IPs/TiaarC''",' fari-w*”- oT Lt ■'* : " TT . win b 4 on t?Ood medium PTtWO DOLLARS per annum, K or T\Vo DuLnot paid r ft< expiration of the year. M| f*_j|| 1,6 untif, arreaiS Editor. -■■• Vrill be inserted in ffigL... manneri at one doHar per Su the three-first and, E tttctnt* for each additipnaff^set 4 : who ,end in lhe ‘ r advertiseE All how often Leistfthem in*prted, otherwise they Lidinifcommunications and letters on E£ must jfajD. *1 lin wftbae hands I placed WATCH on the clay of the i election and who has been irly as not to return the same, I enough to leave it at the of Yfieniug tf Liberty circle liver it i.ffithouMlelay, if he would save his Ition. Should he tail to do this he T'held up to the public qo an exam* meanness and deprayity~besides brought by the iron hand of law to ir.oTjustice. 1 have Waitecl its re* wain. ANDREW MONROE, g, May 3 <5. NOTICE. / Ishereby given, that the annual meet [«fthe Overseers of the, Pooj fbr the KWyof Loudoun will be ...

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

The brethren of ihcmasoiiic pose of celebrating- the anaversary John the Baptist. A procession' formed at II or.lock and march Episcopal Church; where a seme W preaclied ori the occasion by th brother John Dunn. After wh procession will again and : to the Leesburg Hotel, where a 1 *ill be provided'by brother Sami Edwards. Thebrethren of the r boring lodges and transient bn are respectfully sojioitro'ib attend S. B. T. CALUWRLLI ' DAVID OGDEN/)' |Com Wm. H. BIUSCOE. J May 36th—tdm*?. THE subscribers respectfully, the public .that they intend carioir the Hv 'Wm Wool Carding business on Goose creek, at the formerly the property of Daniel ( 6 miles from Leesburg. They hav cards and the machine is in con repair. All those who may favor With their custom may rely on hav done in the best manner, and with patch. Tlio wool must be washt picked clean, one pound ofgrtase pounds of coaisc jyool and one pint to every eight pounds of wool. Thi scribtrs have a hand who under! carding line wool to ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 June 1818

W -. i ' .'jr\ ' f am r t : j?* w THE subscriber has received kltimore an excellet assortment try beat materials for ,* BOOTS ANP SHOfT Ladies can be accommou NITU MOROCCO Si of airy, size andufljape, as Tying on the Shoe Making all its branches. Gentlemen Can be or ; shoes, made of firjit quj dso, with the subscriber has some of the firs nbikniemln the stale, and flatters sflf that he will btepunctuality and work, be able to afford general sat tikn. lie returns kis sincere than past favors, and again begs the pain ofthc people. Ladies’ 8c Children’s coloured Tt cdshoes for sale at bis shop opposit Jchn M’Cormick’s store. I WILLIAM Klh a j sth. tf. usin' with I NOW IN PRESS, ini •ail! be ready for tale, it it exj i i \he mouth» if August or {Set*. ‘'f I DOMESTIC ANIMAL’S I FRIEND * OR [the complete VIRGINIA & MaHYLANT F ARK I EH, i. / /, i/rorjors bf,lection vg»\t the TUKATiSIvS ulr nkBIBRY M , extant tIM THE LnITGX States. In Jive flirts I. Advice to the purchasers of F...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 June 1818

MjTE att pure . w itrer- wm-t<nqtiiiMK< and OATS>—»nd paying a liberal prioa incaiht •. ~v _ .pjyisiipt’k c* Octobe? ! Ith, IS 1T.—... ftl. Cash fir Rye, Cqrh m also BYt OfiN w—rV, Jitm w* «h^n| Farfa fw Sale. P .4?’ , a #N s v* THE-farm whiph,has' been advertised foriome time ityj|u« paper, and par lieu- ”* for j^ie H’d E. BEALE. by -n if ■> NOTICE . ALL persbns having claims against the estate of Henson Simpson, deceased are requested to present them property authenticated for se'tlement on or before the first day of June next, otherwise 1 shall pay none unless compelled oy law, . • ' , JAMES SIMPSON, Ex'r. March 10 [ Ij.

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, ap. * I'.rtm the Orleant Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 June 1818

, ap. * I'.rtm the Orleant Gazette. lit genus et virlus nisi ptfinde, vilfor alga c»t. •. Horace. ; Money is the principal thingj therefore < get money. Solomon. There is nothing in this world which gives a man so much importance—no* thing Which hides so many faults and many virtues as money. Without money an honest man is despised, and with it the greatest rascal or the meanset scoundrel is respected. You shall pee a being without a singly pretention to hu inanity—a mere walking lump of grossness and depravity— Sue of the vilut o the vile, provided '* possesses the fonc hing needful— accompanied and almost worshipped by haif a score of lickspitUp s and sycophants,.bowing and grinfong applause ,at every thing if utters; While upoor man of talents, of feeling sensibility, and an independent soul, aliall wander alone & unfriended'through a world which cares not for bis sorrows. To be poor is the lot of many, from the commencement of their existence; but misfortu...

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News!— News! [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 June 1818

News!— News! Bonaparte escaped/rom St, Helena I 1 The particulars of this astonish l ng e vent have not yet come to hand; and wc can only tell our readers that it is as un expected intelligence to us as it can be to them. Our readers wish novelty, and this intelligence altho’ false note, ihay be true for aught we knew at some distant day; At present the French emperor is a snug captive at St. Helena; a snug cap-tive!—.yes—snug—-snug—snug. and! is likely to remain snug—snug—snug SNUG-kc. Louie dead-— The French monarch according to the last accounts is not dead —although it is certain that he will hereafter die. This is another delectable sprig of,novelty. The Prince Regent ateauinated —This act was once attempted, and the prince' regent is yet alive; hereafter the prince regent may be assassinated for aught we know—Reader are all these articles n.ews enoughl— Fed. Hep,

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THE PATRIOTS VICTORIOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 June 1818

THE PATRIOTS VICTORIOUS A letter from the neighborhood of Caraccas, to a gentlemen in this town dated April 4th, says, “We have news here, that the Patriots have gained a decisive victery over the Royalists on ttife Maine under Murillo, and that-BolWiir 1 ' was marching upon the city of CaraCcas.’’ The correctness-of the foregoing information may be relied upon,and fully confirms the previous accounts fiom the Spanish Main, received at several north-, ern port*.—/ > e<’a hep, ith init.

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qIKHIS OF £IBERI%>; ■wiki, , . i.l [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 June 1818

qIKHIS OF £IBERI%>; ■wiki, , \ . i.l . ~ w%" Keposlhg, in the arms of aiHpondnAie un^ none to .molest or make Vud 1 afraid 'alii our minds acCfistomed diStll on the marvellous, anxiously poking forward and eagefly emtioiriiig for the hew»; but nothing seems to be received as seen unless it is highly tinctured witj* 'twe horrible. jnsurrectious and the success or the final defeat and complete destruction Of an artsy; the rising and falling <ft empires and of iftjngdt'ms, seem to bo, be on! y food that, dan sl&uUe the vorM cfeus appetite of mapy of our hungry news mongers—Such, we are happy to sat wo cannot at this tint^, satisfy—no sudh news existing, unless we httanufacturf it. Such as we Arid afloat we will endeavor to ephirtme in order to crowd as gyeat a variety as possible into our toUimns. And" 1 we will begin with a ’\t -v, ‘ r

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