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Synopsis of Donfestic Affairs. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 June 1818
Synopsis of Donfestic Affairs. The political affairs of the different states; fast becoming more and more ra- , Even Connecticut, the ’land of yea and the land of the Hartford convention is fixed—we ttfjtttL steadfast and immoveably fixed in the cause of the “rights of man ’ —that Cause which oar fathers fought Sc bled &amp; died to establish. Republicanism is also spreading its b n gn inlldence into every department of almost every state in the Union—Although Massachusetts is nom. inally federal; yet site is virtually repubr lican. New-Ybrk incases in republican strength; but she has made a great ’ revolution in her representatives to Congress. In the 19th Congress there will not be more than three that were in the Ijpth; and among the .whole twenty sev-t; eh there will be but three federalists, f 1 A hew question for controversy has a-' risen which claims the attention of the hislorian. Gen. Dearborn has recently jmpeac'hed the conduct of gen. Putnam in the battle of Hunke...
STRETCH 06’ I’IiIVILEQR# [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 June 1818
STRETCH 06’ I’IiIVILEQR# On Tuesday, la»t col. Meirer ed in the post office, Leesburg, half bushel more of his (;orrespW*n with gen. Mason, marked ‘'frit-r ■ Mercer " If the gentleman w,}| •®* the post office law he time allowed for members ta.S(W|f expired a week before. allowed the members to frank M*p, sitting and after tfie rising of ecn tv but 36 days hau elated before A* ~ onel deposited his last half Correspondence in the Should the persons to directed have to pay postage J?ii . f , dont let them blame the P o ** , he is sworn to do his duty- -Vp j
rLs.iOFKOBIICNNEKS, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 June 1818
rLs.iOFKOBIICNNEKS, contained ,»MM* &gt;, ls»a«-5 B*jSL cVfJ tuinniepli kfffl.xH f* „ ? thatin scientific style BJS, ji wtvuw national K.vl W aW&gt;lkclion of original drawinsects ... Georgia, conB* 1 r* rod figure*,'» 21) vo * s - &gt;» * d ' ■K^S^^W'P 6 Ritu *! ion d»£^S’«&gt; ««'• “&amp;!**. lB BlSit public sate to pay a debt due to WSfJireW This Way l-c’dalled ha,-. ■fSttrion Jar amuseWcnt —A tailor arrested at Tmilcn for keeping EEhot.se—On removing a ciackWSI frame, weighing 6,&lt; 1 0 Its. it Bg?!-- the multitude, and £5 were MS. London bank ad■PH w pe» specie to the amount of hut on application they Ked W pay 5 00 pounds—looo being SSI iunt they would issu?. The in-BBEL-ai.Spain.baa again renewed KLit.ncr; great numbers have been ICtd for the mormons crime oj free SKI/ The criminal* confined in HXffetdahavc increased in ten years BEjpp .te UgO—The new king of Kta&gt;, Hernadotte, ;has commanded Ed &lt;j«aker sha...
• lie Hlamination of Freedom. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 June 1818
• lie Hlamination of Freedom. 'Thefollowing extract is from the pen hSt ttaisn iie Pastry, a black man k inhabitant of Hayti. We give it a 0 proof that the sable sons o| ‘ha are not that dull', unfeeling, stu T ,tsCs ‘-f beings which some refined %«ou|d fain make us nelieve. The ■pi’ f u l ' ! '- ic,marks from which this -t lateen, has discovered a literf.NuiKan extensive knowledge and a feeling which would do ho. 01 ° ur * 3oas,e d champions Iv ii' 18 U '' ° n,y ev * nccd an extensive V of men and things; but he , r * to he well acquainted with many ft, eat writers oq national law—iiufMontesqui eu &amp; c . And he is no 1 g ra « of Homer, Tacitus Milton kc’ ik &gt; dle situation of the Egypt wT lK ' en ‘ an 6' Greeks kßomaiis C 1 1 ‘ 0 Wor ld with their wisdom,, 'vs and their government, he adds •bice” B 'T yel burri , ed in pristineigH, | . Ue thcn shows the reason I* ** n !' ns aild civilisation had no, H o rl ' B nwth of Europe end the .f . t,lca ‘ ® ut v|&am...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 June 1818
[dßenryLee county c.mrts, afi term, and superior cou Louaebn An attentive considt will be bestowed on butinfass ent to him. Charlestown, Jeff. c’ty. ? June 3. ... (Bw. 3 NEW GOOD Cheaper than eg The subscribers havejui# rtcei general assortment of eeaSdnoble • which they are -determined to &amp;e. and invite thtir customeis and th‘ He in general to call &amp; examine for selves. They have on band a g&gt; assortment of HARD WAR. Spun Cotton ttml Groceries. Vf of a superior quality. , C. SIJAWEN&amp; June 3d.: —St, JUST PUBLISHED. and /or Sale at (he Office of th GENIUS OF liQEli: A Masonic Oratio Delivered' at Lynchburg VV. Ju A. L. 5817, by Joseph Mood P To f nitre h tu added A-UISCOUIthE Deliveied *a£ Uincio.it), Ohio pc A. L. 5813 by Iliolhcr O. Spencer. NEW GOOD The subscriber expects to racer open this day a handsome and we lectcd assortment oli'cmarkahiy, Cheap Dry Gooa together with SPUN COTT' WOOL CARDS—PLATED UR: MTS—STIRRUP IRONS-TIT 1A TEA P...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 June 1818
Os THURSDAY,! THE above Capital will be a' cd as a premium to the first | Number on that day, agreeably ) Scheme. 4 y v THE CASH W%%t Bit PM (If sold at Cohen's (tffiee) thcl nate holder the moment it isdra Oa the Sothdrawing—-thefirst d number will be entitled to fA’7 : Jry ' ■ “ And on Jthc 40th day, the first d - &gt;■#&gt; Number will bo entitled to 30,000 Dollars Besides the above, file wheel also ,v 7 tains the klusting i’kizes o 40,0g0 Dollars—and 5,000, lars. These with an unexampled gain ( Wheel, present very superior at lions, particularly as the pric&lt; V.HirLK TICKIVi'I is ONLY FIFTEEN DOLLAR And Halves , (Quarters and Eighth the same proportion (all warrai ed undrawn) to be had at COHEN’S Lottery &lt;§■ Exchange Office, 110, j ket street, ’• ■ BALTIMORE; tTheye ihc highest prizes yet di were sold, and where also were tipped the CAPITAL PRIZE butp the former classes—these other# in 'late lotteries such as 50,( 4(l.ooo’’*—-30,000’5—20,000’...
the n& a&m – -» ■ ■■ – – – ■ [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 June 1818
the n&amp; a&amp;m - -» ■ ■■ - - - ■ From the Richmond Comfdltr. A Riddle yob vkk Ladies with trb SOLUTION. F« thought the world the more it grew. Should with its age be wiser too, Experience is a useful sage. To check the Tices of the age. But all her maxims are despis’d. And folly’s flattering dictates priz’d Good sense and sober truth.it stems, Are laid aside as idle dreams, And pride and silly fashion still Controls the heart and guide the w m. What harmless looking thing is this'. Surely it never did amiss; A tiling so simple and so plain; Could never well have given pain ‘Hold, sir, you do not know me well, Have patience, I will briefly tell, Aa harmless as J seem.to be, lam of murderous pedigree; Pride is my father’s hated name, And cruelty my angry dame; My sisters are disease and folly, Hyteric grief and melancholy, I’m courted by my Lady fair, Who prizes me with tender care; 1 visit in her dressing room, And sleep amidst her nice perfume, 1 often on her loi...
HEART ANbTtqUNGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 June 1818
HEART ANbTtqUNGE. See laughing Lucy, with her bashful lover, The simple Cymon, shivering all ovef, 1 rambling, yet longing for the ectatic bliss, Asks if,his love will grant one tender —kiss! “A kiss? No, saucy sir, /never will, Indeed, indeed, I with you would keep still:” ' v And then she frowns, and quite a sin would make it. But tho* her tongue denies. Her beating heart replies—“Lood lad?—you bashful fool, I with—you’d lake it. ’ Lord St John being some time ago in want of a servant, an /rishman offered his service; but being asked what countryman he was, he answered, ‘an Fnglishman. ‘Where was you born?’ said his lordship, ‘/n Ireland, and please ► your lordship, ’said the man. ‘How came you to be an Englishman?' said his lordship. ‘My lord,’ replied the man” ‘supposing/was born in a that is no reason /should becalled a noasn.’
MAXIMS OF DEAN SWIFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 June 1818
MAXIMS OF DEAN SWIFT. The character in conversation which commonly passes for agreeable, is made up of civility and falsehood. Amusement is the character of those who cannot think. Every man has just as ipuch vanity as he wants understanding.''. There is nothing wanting to make ell rational and disinterested people of one religion, but that they should talk together every day. An idle reason lessens the weight of the good ones you have produced. Love of flattery in most men proceeds from the mean opinion they have of themselves; in women from the contrary- ! ' Dean Swift was asked at court what he thought ot an ambassador and his train, who were all embroidery and lace full of bows, cringes, and gestures. He said it was Solomon’s importation, gold -and apes,”
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 June 1818
* ic. ■&gt; Jfr-f ■ ■" t ■*'*■■ ■*'' ■ ' w ‘ ft T*T itt.dtfjpp--4* TO RAISE 88,000 FOR THE PURPOSE OF PAVING streets of the town of Ecfsburs* ®a. Scheme as follows, viz. 1 Prize of 84000 v’&gt; .j, - 4' ;) “ 1000 • .« - , ' : » » » : » )1 : ;h*l t- ur 500 soo 400 ff o 10 6 So is Prizes; 3988 6oqo Tickets at gs The first drawn 1000 blanks to be entitled to a prize of g(3 cac tickets in the second class. *. Tie first drawn ticket on tbc «lth day entitled W a prize of v payable in partby 50 tickets trout No, 1 to No. 50 inclusive*' first ori the sth day --• 6 - • - 8 . - 9 - « - - 10 - - H . - 12 - , Each of the £5OO prizes to be paid iu. part by thirty tickets class (except that on the 4th day.) Each of the glooo prizes to be paid in part by fifty tickets class. Each of the &amp;200 prizes to be paid in part by ten tickets in thep the first drawn one from No. 51 to No. 60 inclusive—-tim 2d from N inclusive—the 3d frdm No. 71 to 80—4t!i from KW 81 to 90—the 5 91...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 June 1818
1.- &amp;.&amp;!* Having in Match la«t L hi* arrival from vVathmgwJ tention of carrying on the Hat Manufacturing in this place, he nan, vvtflfo •iL sentiments of gratitude £ grateful acknowledgement ] turners and the public at Un very liberal patronage he h, since his commencement ihl this place, and he 'flatters hi by hia unrcmflited ahtjntfiin, *_ lion to please, he will cominuei. share of the public, patronage is glad to have it in his powers his friends and the public, thatfe hand a very good assortment, the first, second and .third rjU k a frstf. day* hive filnvjj most fashionable stilt, a few doi bell crowns, which he win war| good; and will sell cheap fo, punctual customers. ( Jtnt | ei rng him with a call and tju u assortment, anil not suiting (L can be furnished in a lew da*»h t heir measure. 5 ' * G HAT rnt Country merchants would &lt;&amp;' i giving me a call as 1 have hats n| tored St finished in a superior sti™ [ can enable them to sell t...
of Liberty. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 June 1818
of Liberty. jumed most sincerely hoped, I®* B "°,% r &gt; w ,iL newspaper conWm** j n deed nothing hut the most I®*'**' - circumstances could force Mr” inner before the public in But it is rny fate to have been ■ft;: # quarrel with a man, who endowment, intellectual or to rescue him from the contempt snd with manners as brutal |®***jpa &amp; morals are debased, is |H B *j eM countenanced fc tncoutag of political animosity '"'■ Mine by aset of men, in this connHP* # f w hom are deemed respeclawho may be so, if men who art raEg of &gt;uch conduct, from such molucsrt be respectable. the strong circum|E(| which impel me to it, I now HEibii last appeal to the Public, with ■L reluctance, for I know the Pub REgStbe tired, and 1 am disgusted Biucb appeals. Hut- that I have laHd bard to avoid the necessity of it, |B[irasl, most satisfactorily appear |H IC M quel of the following narra- ■„ Monday the 11th of ibis month I (armed by a friend that Mr. John had threatened ...
■genus of liberty. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 June 1818
■genus of liberty. 'IVESVJIT, JUNE 9. I HAIL. | HOn Saturday morning last about 9 Hock, we were visited by a bail | Hnn, accompanied with heavy rain. IHicul'lhc hail stones which we juck|B&gt;pat the door of this oflice, measur|H3 &amp; a half inches in circumference tiiat there were some that gHisiircd between four and five inchB IC I-wgcst way. They were of an |*b l| laf form—Some of them nearly square. 'We liave heard IB 0 ,na tcrial damage being sustained ■robahly hi consequence trf the air H l ' calm. ■ n the '‘eighlorhccd of Aldie, we unconsiderable damage was done. B* 85 has been expelled from |H* n Lodge, No. GO, Baltimore. —Doc. Berkley . - L Cour &gt;ty, whs uihuinaiiiy Hr* 1 * on the night of the 12th ult. H* J»eB, and his body burned to’ Hr. * xteen of them are now in jail ***** Ijut the ringleader is ■i!* caught. ■V^ 1116 n,ur&lt;l erers of Doct: Uerk■J * stac coinus from Winches111 ’ r C . Qll^e mned to be banged on the ■don n y ‘ ,CXI -...
Fill) M TjkiJi SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 June 1818
Fill) M TjkiJi SOUTH. Fran, the f availnoth ItepuUican, Jir.i) Oi e hundred ami six of the Georgia trwj s'" arrived litre yesterday from *‘'ort Gadsden, a small fortification on t!io Appalacliicola river They have been discharged from service, and are now on tneir way home. ' n the Ist inst. Arbuthnot and Ambrifttic, who were taken at the capture of fort St. Marks, w ere tried oy a court-martial; in pursuance to order from gen. Jackson, of .widen gen. Genes was the president. tlolU were condemned to die. The former w..s sentenced to be luiiv.—the latter to be slot. They were executed o . the Sd. inst. agreeably to the mandate of the court. It is Sets'* i that Ambristie died like a soldier—he was. cool and Arm to the last moment—Arbuthnot was much agitated and evinced great fear. A man by the name of Cook, one of the accomplices of Arbuthnot &amp; Ambristie turned evidence against them, and on bis testimony they were convicted.— The charges and spccilications alleged against ...
From the City Gazelle* SUMMAItV. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 June 1818
From the City Gazelle* SUMMAItV. Tl.e Itpu. Thomas Speed, at prcseit a member of Congi ess from Kentucky declines being a candidate at, (he next election, John Itowan, esq. has been nominated to succeed liim. One thousand European emigrant ate said to have arrived in ciifereu! ports cf the United States last week. An accident of a distressing nature occurred on t!ie Ilth ult. tie nr Eastern ’cnn. at a militia muster. A mm aincd Georg ■ Engle, hud ids leg 1 t.'i ii!iy shuttered to pieces by (he linn,; &gt;;' a musket, although it vus lornles \ilb a bk'ji! cartridge. 'lie contents intemi tin inside of the calf of his right leg. I •lying it perfectly open from the knee to the ancle, and shattering and mangling it in such a matter as to render amputation nccessay, which v.as accordingly performed. Genera! Dawson, of Bertie, N. C. was tried in Washington comity, for rite murder of his own son, a youth of a out 0 yi ars of age, found guilty, tid sentenced to be executed on the 22d...