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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 June 1818

COXDITIOKS. ImE Gi* |U9 «*■ L,M,Tir wiU U L” . once a week on good medium P"Tt\VO DOLLARS per annum w t\VO DOL. Cs»n4 PIFfV CENTS,ii not paid I” expiration «>f the year. No £r will be discontinued until arrca litre paid, except at the discretion Ic editor. will be inserted in [saicuous manner, at one dollar per r for the three first insertions, and Wjujtotccnl* for each additional inser ■ fhose who send in their advertise In, will please to mention how often |>rish them inserted, otherwise they |b« continued until forbid, and charg iwrdingly. Wp Ml communication! and letters on ■MMmetf be—POSJ' Mill to Rent. WISH to rent for one or two years i ever may suit best, a Merchant Mill, i comfortable [dwelling house St [sir let) lying near the Blue Ridge, < 4 miles from Snicker's gap-There rays an abundance of water for the The above property is in good re* and in as good neighborhood for it as any in Loudoun county union of the above properly may lad on th...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 June 1818

Valuable Lands FOR SALE. I'll* subscriber will dispose of the tract of land on which I.t results, contain ing about 200 Acres, lying immediately ou the bank of the Pbtouiac river, about fifteen miles below Old Town, Allegany counts, Maty land There is a proportionate part of first rate river bottom, and the upland is fiertile and agreeably situated for farming or grazing. There is about 60 acres of clear land, Well inclosed and the residue abounds with valuable timber of almost every description, including a valuable sugar ramp. There is on the premises a coin tollable LOG DWELLING house, KitChen, smokehouse it Alt N, he. and an excellent APPLE ORUHHRD, with surrary fruit of other kinds; but above all this place affords one of the best situations for a merchant & saw mill of any other On the river—-A further description is deemed unnecessa rr, as any person that is desirous of purchasing, will doubtless first view tbc premises. The terms of sale will be reasonable and ac...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 June 1818

The breathren of the masonic frate** nitjr are respectfully invited to meet at he l>edge room in Leesburg, on the S4th of June, at 10 ocluck A M tor the pur* pose of celebrating the anavarsary of St. John the Ba, ..'at. A procession will be formed at II ocleck and march to the Episcopal Church; where a sermon will be preached on the occasion by the rev. brother John Dunn. After which a procession will again form and march to the Leesburg Hotel, where a dinner wilt be provided by brother Sami- M. Edwards. The brethren of the neigh* boring lodges and transient brethicn arc respectfully solicited to attend. S. B.T.CALUWELLV DAVID OGDEN', I Committee Wm. H. BUIbLUE. J May 86th—tdm. Masonic Celebration. Richard Henry Lee \\ mi attend the county courts, after the ensuing term, and supmbr courts ot Loudoun. An attentive consideration will be bestowed on business entrusted to him. Charlestown, Jeff. t’ty. \ June 3.J—--landfol' Sale. Will be sold on Monday the the lit*' nst. under...

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Charity and the Miser. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 June 1818

Charity and the Miser. The following beautiful allegory is extracted from an oration delivered before the Merrimac humane society of New. buryport Mass, by Samuel L. Knap Esqr. When we consider the nature and the object of the society before which he spoke—that their attention and their '.funds, arc more particularly directed to . th« relief and comfort of persons who have bfcen shipwrecked; and suffered by storms at sea—also to save and restore drowning persons, the allegory appears still more beautiful. Premiums and medals Were swarded by this society to persons who have signalized themselves by any extraordinary act of humanity. Editor, “Charity, in walking her rounds Of du ty met a rich, but hard hearted man who had, that day, made thousands by a successful speculation; she asked of him a little portion of his great wealth to assist her in softening the woes of human life; she pointed to a hospital full of maniacs under her care; the ravingsof madness & the wailing o...

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Imprisonment of Mr. Mead. ■ t... ■ – FROM THt GAZETTE. 'Ask fir bread, and they will give you a stone” [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 June 1818

Imprisonment of Mr. Mead. ■ t... ■ - FROM THt GAZETTE. 'Ask fir bread, and they will give you a stone” 1 When We demand the liberation of I one of our countrymen from a dreary dungeon, within which he has for two years been immured, the Spanish minister gravely tells us that “he confides in the imnteulate /lurity of the Hjianinh magistracy:"— W hen we ask compensation for spoliations on our commerce within the spnmsh jurisdiction, we are referred to the French government forinclemni ty, When we complain of prevarication and unreasonable delay in adjusting differences, we are assured that his cntholtc majesty entertains feelings of the most conciliatory nature towards the government of the United Statesj—And the only satisfaction we receive, through the minister of the adorable sovreign of Spain after 13 yeais fruitless negotiation, is a long epistle about boundaries, as definedby ancient treaties, [some of which nevi er existed,] an eulogy on the character of h is august master, and...

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the: south provincial war [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 June 1818

the: south provincial war Balcimare , June 6. liy the s’opp Friendship, captain Fosdick, arrived at this port, in 16 days f om , Martinique, we have' received the foU \ lowing intelligence fiom the U/iamsh Maine. FROM AUGUSTURA, 30th April, | Since the possession of tile Oioneco, with the Fortress of old Guayana and the city of Aagustuia, by the Patriots, the important position of Wan Fernando, a strongly fuytiiW island in the river oi Apure, has been acquired, and by this means the province of Hannas, the finest of Venezuela; so that the comtminicii • lion by the Oronoco is now open to Brazils. Moriilo, on learning of the advance of Gen. Bolivar and the army, retired from ■ Batinas to Calaboza, a strong position on the plains commanding the roads to Car' raccas, where he was soon dislodged with severe loss, followed to Sambrero, where he was again defeated and,obliged in retreat, vvuich led to the actions of Semen ami Ortis, the severest and most general ever fought under the repub...

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r bxith ryf Gaitrul MUm [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 June 1818

r bxith ryf Gaitrul MUm , . an Jam. .Ifj« » lv' l< Hy the arrival heic yesltnUiffl ,t!rer at: Port Royal; of fl. U SfJJ fieman, Captain Oufi'.frora St the news of the death of the efal Don Bablo lUuiui.lo, fhJi wounds, is confirmed.!'‘The heSfl feirdeis of liberty, and the cadi^S inav.il/and justice; have ressciMaiS braletlis demise of such a cruel wu! harous Warno/; ooe,|fcoh*Vijttj3| deal- bought conquest of Canl3 marched without opposition, 129 [on account of the apiuhy and •--$3 cy of the Directors] pi the people of the kingdom, a peoff3 disposed,to light in delciite oft!*® ous cause' they Ware embarked 'jjl owing to the duplicity anu leaf, iJM leatlers, were taught to abaigHtiffl arms, or submit without the handful of old, •Spanish, Sfjg few indigent Creole soldieis, sedtWM jugate,them to the (Capitalofttc.'ll dom St. Pc de Bogata, where,in 2 tion ot the horrid scenes resorted Jm Cartitagcna, he filled With teltot gloom the capitaof Cuiuliiuaatl Where, for a time, no...

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—.7. I DEFERRED ARTICLES.?# – From the Ciy Ga~.dk, , [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 June 1818

—.7. I DEFERRED ARTICLES.?# - From the Ciy Ga~.dk, , A man awl woman hare liosn cai milted to prison in Jackson t#j Georgia, lor tlic murder of ait ulejjjj mate child, 5 or € years oMt? “ child was the offspring of am^t" 1 ami In consideration of a jirnffl* 81 marriage IVoin the prisoner, «•»> keir to the woods and nmnlcrcil.., A similar act of enormity vrt> mitled pn the 26th April, itkCPi county. Geo. The child was alsH legitimate, and was eoiiftdef ijj care of a brother, who was I ll * l **, its maintenance. The « n *n wretch, to relieve himsclf'fromtw* ligation, dispatched thochil‘H»y its throat. It appears that the cotton cpnp| Georgia, are pot so imudpwj ns the severe spring frost B " reason to anticipate. viving, and no lossVillbe st»W* cotton, except where > induced the planter to pl<P ,l P ground and pitt it in corn. -J At Knoxville, Tin. as- honlJJ William Morrow’s lived a without knowing that it ritFrjJL charge: its contents sha...

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■fiENWS OF liberty:.1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 June 1818

■fiENWS OF liberty:. 1 Ytuksi'Jl\ ji.<XE 1 (i. I tor” is received; but is inadA general cut Sc thtu&l at ev--10 Ji(lcf?from me in political never be made front the col* e Genius of Liberty while unitrol. As 1 have before ob. hall always he ready to parry tack when n.acie,—should|a nfiicted in the attempt, it is mine, fubtic nun also are / subjects to analise, and from •hall never shrink; but an tin* iltack upon the feelings of /iri m itlttals, I shall never to!erate < igator’s remarks confined to ratters alone, they could not be ithoul first knowing the ?.uth- . By making himselfknown, lis observations .to particular and not to the “whole federal iscriminatcly, the author can icce {published in hand bills; this paper. He may haVe his it and money again'by apply£ditur. the Genius oj Lilcrj.il. •.last paper I am induced to bethe political controversy bccralMason and mr. McCarty d—-and 1 loudly hope, for tin ie county and the peace and of its citizens,...

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FIIOM TBK SOUTHERN ARMY [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 June 1818

FIIOM TBK SOUTHERN ARMY jyMifei May i 2.—-A number of yentlcmaii of respectability, of tlit arqijr, have arrived here from Appfdachiiola. Oen* Jackson jus ended the hemuiole war; ail their pruvisiups me destroyed as well as cattle driven otl. They have fled towards l umper hay,and must inevitably starve unless relived by other exerthan their own. /We are sorry to state that a serious dispute has occurred between generals Jackson and bco.t which we fear will eventuate in a serious manner. Gen. Jackson • intends, as 1 soon as he gets thiough the present campaign, to repair to New-York, for the purpose of catling Scott out. VVt have leu) in the points which created the dispute, hut uo not, at this time, feel ourselves authorised to Slate them. Savannah Kejtub . ROBINSON CRUSOES. Extract from the journal 0/ a voyage in the eht/i Enter/tnze, Lately u arrived at Ehiladctjihia. ‘‘From Briatir’s Island we proceeded to the Snares; [A small cluster of islands in south latitude 48, VV. longitu...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 June 1818
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 June 1818

Mill Wrights WANTED. The lu.'iscridcr -withea to em/iloij immediately, Jive or tixJOURNEYMEN Mill Wrights, To whom liberal wages ami constant employment will be given. To those who! e,l K u K e with the subscriber every chanco ol improvement in the business will be afforded. Application tube made to the subscrijet’s foreman Mr. William Jell, near Gains’ Cross Roads, Culpeper county, or to the subscriber at captain William Helms’new mill, near Winchester. *' JAMES Y. JONES. June jl 6th—-3t • %• The editors of, the Farmers’ Repository Cliarlestowgithe Genius of Liberty Leesburg, & the Palladium of Liberty VV avrenton, will invert the above advertisement in their respective papera three weeks and forward their bills tc the Constellation office for payment. House Servant for Sale . The subscriber wishes; to sell a likeli young 1, jN>gro Girt, well acquainted with £he various kinds o housework. She is steady, industrious a nd honest, and will be sold on reasons ble...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 June 1818

' r> '* ■ f tw Nc^ii I WILL nil my RW filling'of e. landetUtt lying be\we«« 30 and 3s miles fro District ol Columbia bounding 5 mi the Potomac, and 2 «n Aquia. . fourths of Ibis estate consist o grounds of excellent quality; the ' abound in loctlst, chesnut, b atkjw hickory and oak. The toil is ex. by. none bn the Potomac, being at to com, Wheat, and to that kind of Oo raised in Prince George’* county and on the Patuxent, 't here are n clover abbut 400 acres,& in limoth of which 80 is reclaimed marsh la The improvement* arc a manufact mill, with S paii of slofit-Si on a failing stream; 3 comfortable dw houses, 4 barns, aud other out hod This estate will divide eligibly iarim of from SCO to I*oo acres, k be 'thus sold if OesFred.- 'Con. baling possible advantage of property sin situated Sc contiguous to one of the rapidly improving markets in the L Suites. A more minute descript deemed unnecessary. 1 would also some valuable free stone quarric ing bn Aquia Cree...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 June 1818

foWtc Sale of Loudoun Land. ON the 27th offline next, will be a*»in offered at public auction to the high* bidder, the following tracts of Land belonging to the catate of the late col. Thomas Ludwell Lee, of Coton, at xr. Edward’s tavern in Leeaburg, at 13 o’clock. The sate will absolutely be inadci and such as wish to. establish themselves on easy terms, in a country rapidly advancing, would do Well to prepare for it. The mansion house tract Contains 894 Jcres, an abundance of'wood and timber and 350 acres of .rich liver bottom. The upland is of good quality, and wfell suited to fanning and glazing. The im- . provements are very valuable and desi* rable; a commodious and elegant dwelling withevery out house that can be wish, edja garden large Sc beautiful, with on orchard of the choicest fruits, all graded The purest and finest water, just at the door. The second tract adjoins the mill lot, and is washed by Goose Creek on one side, and the Potomac on the other.' It runs up to the L...

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THE RECESS. j [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 June 1818

THE RECESS. j THE SPANISH PATRIOT’S *Ssw* Hark! hear ye thou sound* that, tha wind* on their pinions, SxuHingiy foil from the shore to the mi.' ■ % With a voice that resounds through the boundless dominions, *Tis Columbia call* on her sons to tie free. - ' Behold on yon summits where Heaven hss thron’d her, How she starts from her proud iliac* erasable seat; With nature’s impregnable ramparts a* round her. And the cataracts thunder and foam at hsr feet. . > In the breeze of the mountain her loose locks are shaken. While the souhstirring notes of the warriors song( F*om the rock to the valley re-echo “Awaken, “Awaken ye hearts who have slum, bered too long.” Ves, despots! too long did your tyranny hold us, , f In a vassalage vilcere it* weakness was known, Till wc learned that the links of the chain that confined us. Weft forged by the fears of its cap* tives alone. ilrkt spell is destroyed, and no longer a* vailing, Despised as detested—pause well ere Ww ye ***** lo Cope ...

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EXTRACT FROM A SERMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 June 1818

EXTRACT FROM A SERMON. Preached to- the teamen in Wev> York, by the rev. Dr. \Vhuefietd. “Well, my boys, we hare a clear sky and are making; line head way 'over a smooth set, before a light brccae, and we shall toon lose sight of land. But what means this sudden lowering of the heavens—and that dark cloud arising from beneath the horizon!— Dark! don’t you hear distant thunder?*!—don't you see those flashes of lightning? There is a storm gathering!— Every jrtfrio his dutyf How the waves risem 1 ® dash against the ship! The air isfdark!—-the tempest rages! our masts, are gone!—the ship is on her .(para ends?— What next!* Vf The preacherpaused—and the unsuspecting tars, reminded of former perils on the deep, aa if struck by the power of magic, arose and with united voices* exclaimed* Take to the long boat! Receipt for weak and weefimg Eyet. Take a strong deception of chamomile boiled in sweet milk; with this let the patient's eyes* be bathed several times a day as.warm as ca...

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 June 1818
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 June 1818

lIHPI Cheaper than ev The subscribers her* just recci general assortment of sesiouohle ( which they are determined to sej and Invite the r custodiers and Uu lie In geheral ■ j call ft examine for selves. 1 bey have on hand a g assortment of HARD WAR. Spun Cotton and Groceries. 6fa superior quality. ; v V C. SHAWEN k June 3d.—3t. .• 1 » Land for Sale THE subscriber offers for sal too Acres of Land, Lying m Fauquier county, wit mile and a half of Paris; about si ores cleared, finely timbered and ed; and equal to auy land in the •« for tite production of wheat and oil tides, and well adapted to plaisiei clover. There ia a gooff new DWELLING HOUbE, with! yards of ah excellent spring. 1 hove land is very conveniently si to good merchant mills and saw as there is two or thee within a mi a half of it. A further descript deemed unnecessary ai it is prei any person wishing to purchase ‘view the premises /SAAC SETTI Paris, September 16.—-tf. .. i.<i .i —■ » ■ House and Lot for Sa 1...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 June 1818

s ■ TO KAfSE s|fi,ooo. FOR THE PURPOSE OF , STREETS OP THE T01?H OP Rn^lwr OF A LOT *6OOO Tickets at Rs Tub first drawn 10Q0 blanks to be entitled to a prize gl tickets in the second class. • <,, The first drawn ticket on the 4th day entitled to a prize t payable in part by 5b tickets from No. 1 to N». SO inclusiv first oil the sth day - ' <*'•'V ' - ■ '4 V. - » - - 10 - - 11 . - 12 - , Each of the S5OO prizes to be paid ia part by thirt (except that on the 4th day.) Each of the SIOOO prizes to be paid in part by fifty class class. Each of the 8300 prizes to be paid in part by ten tickets the first drawn one from No. 51 to No. 60 inclusive-—the 2d inclusive—the 3d from No. 71 to 80—4 th from No. 81 to 9( 91 to 100—6 th from No.-101 to 110—7 th from No. 11l trt 31 ta 130—9 th from No. 131 to 140—tOth from No* 141 t the 4000 prize to be paid in part by 200 tickets in the 2d cl* The drawing to commence as soon as a sufficient No. of t Cash for Rye, Corn and WE are...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 June 1818

JUST RECEin AND for Sale by the.i 10 chests Young HySen i tea, this year’s importation 6 casks best Goshen ch 46 boxes mould candles 10 kegs prime cavendish* 15 small SO barrels N. E, rum 25 whiskey. N. & R. BLAC NEW GOO) The subscriber expects to ini open this day a handsome iected assortment of remark Cheap Dry together with SPUN WOOL CARDS—PLA'f BITS—STIRRUP IRONS /A TEA POTS—UTLEBI which will be sold as iovr as 4| fered in this place. 8. Ml Leesburg June 2d —tf. WOOL CARDINC The subscriber informs hi* j the public in general* that be I Machines In full operation ' Stand, and will insurd good a those who may favor him withj tom. Persons living at a r bringing any quantity of have it carded in rolls imroe o take irbome with them, dance given by J. T. APARI May 26—St BL A N S'd? at this

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