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pOHNM. M’CARTY, Esq to the State Legislature. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 June 1818

pOHNM. M’CARTY, Esq to the State Legislature. t)‘ • ■', ' r ?i? ■' ■ I Suotio have been much atfd at the use you made of my name late publication, had you not arid p just reason to lament your jvity. I owe you an apology for Wiving sooner made you a suitable bn for the notice you took of ma. Ensure you that you cannot have tore Contemptible opinion of me,than L authorised to have of you. In [publication over the signature of LicoiV’ 1 made no charge against Ljiut what you and your friends as ■know to be true , as they know you litastigated" to be a candidate at Hfe election. Rit facts whit'll I charged you with ■shavebeen, nor never will be conHted by any man of truth. The inption which you make that I am Hitch an unreasonable lie, Uto require from me, no reply. llpublic between us, will decide, Rby their decision I am willing I. t’ abide. ■ndy believe that the only reason I yon did not challenge me, was that ■wore informed that I was making Ingcnicals to meet you, and that it ■foun...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 June 1818

F™ . ■v: ’ Cv» 1 , .• -■' , ... r T. CALDWEDLi LEESBURG, VA. PUBLISHER Of THE LAWS OF THE UKITED STATES. 1. ll.] TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1818. ffio. £4

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AGfilC ULTUIHL [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 June 1818

AGfilC ULTUIHL The following is extracted from ihe observations of Wm. Ccbbett on the Jiu. ta Baga—m or JRuiiia 3'urni/i, which it seems he cultivated to great advantage while in N. Y. "Seeing, in September, how the root flourished, I sent home (for my home England is, and always will be) for some seed for myself, and for some also to sill in order that others might share w th me in the advantages attending this culture. This seed 1 now sell at the common price. "1 have raised about a hundred Long Island waggon loads of this root, and have sent about SO waggon loads - to New York market* and have cold the whole at an average of half a dollar a bushel; rather dearer, bushel for bushel, | than com in the ear, „Ahd this has been the produce of seven acres of , .... -■ 's land) the poorest laud in this neighbor hood I “Few men can raise three hundred bushels of potatoes upon an acre; eight | hundred of Ruta Bags have teen raistd i upon three quarters ol an acre. Ihe po* | tatoe requires...

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 June 1818
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 June 1818

l oJfDITIOWS. IgidiDS of Lxbfbty will be ■ once a week on good medium ■n- W 0 DOLLAKS per annum ■„ advance, or TWO DuL- ■ d pj! i \ CENTS.it not paid ■ c ex piration of the ym»r, No K||hp discontinued until ants ■paid, except at the discretion ■tor. ■n»EMEKTS will be inserted in Lous manner, at one dollajr per | r three first insertions, and Ltft«<«rlor each additional insti Lose who send in their advertise Kill please to mention how often Edit"! inserted, otherwise they Ltinued until forbid, and churgtingly- ■ i ill community:ion* and lettert on BL, POST PAID,. . ■ aluable Lands y pou S.ILE. l|l diipose of the he resides, contain Kubseriber nd on "'hi 2QO Acres, nmediately on the bank of the iejtiver, about fifteen miles below urn, Allsgany county, Maryland is a proportionate part of first cr bottom, ami the upland is feragreeably situated for burning mg. I'here is about 60 acres of id, well inclosed and the residue with valuable timber of plmost Kption, including a valu...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 June 1818

Great Bargains , 1 he subscribers have received and jae now opening) at their store‘opposite the court house, a most beautiful and well selected assortment of Merchandize, suited to the season, which has been seletted with care and purchased at the Philadelphia and Baltimore markets, uncommonly low, &. will be sold CHEAP, i hty therefore invite those who wish to purchase goods of any description in de- > to give ihdm a speedy call. They have on tand and intend keeping a general assortment of Bur Iron,, Strap Iran, Castings, * Crawly and Blister Steel. Cut J\ ails, Brads, Scythes, Sickles, sc, HUMPHREYS & CONRAD. June 16th—3t. public Sale oi Loudoun Land. ON the 27th ol June next, will be aSainoffc.ed at public auction to die highest bidder, the following tracts of Land belonging to the estate of the late col.J Tbpmas Ludwcll Lee,ot nmon, at wr. Edward’s tavern in Leesburg, at 12 o’clock. The sale will absolutely be made; and such us wish io establi...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 June 1818

Land for Sale. Will be sold on Wednesday the Ist day of July next) under » deed of trust to satisfy a debt due by Jozabed VV hue to Jehu Hollingsworth, a tract of land Jy. ing in Waterford, remaining Sixty Thi ce Acres. The land is under good improvement has a large brick house and a convenient stone house, together wrih an elegant Merchant and Saw Mill, almost finished, on the same. A large portion ol said land is in meadow. it will be sold for cash .4 « ENOS POTTS, Trustee. June 16.—3t.’ Goods; We have received per ship Edward, via* Baltimore; and Amity via New York, from Liverpool, our ‘J Spring supply of CHINA, GLASS AND Queens-Ware. ALSO, Porter Bottles which we will sell by the criginal package, or otherwise, at very reduced priecs. I TRIPLETT & NEALE. Alexandria, June 16th — 4t. , Twenty Dollars Reward. Rakawat from the subscriber, on the 18th April last, tyvn negro women, one named FRAKKEY, of a yellowish complexion, about forty years of age, a middle, size, and ...

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I ■ Deferred Articles. * r y TO WASHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 June 1818

I ■ Deferred Articles. * r y TO WASHINGTON. , A Letter recently publhhed, “Passat, March 5, 1780. 'U Sir—l received but lately the letter your excellency did me the honor of writing to nje in recommendation of the Marquis de la Fayette. Mis modesty retained it long in Ids own hands. We became acquaint'd, however, from the tone of his arrival in Paris, his zeal for the honor of cur country, his activity in otlr affairs here, and .his firm attachment to our cause, a'nd to you, impressed me with the same regaid and esteem for him that your excellency’s letter would have done, had it been immediately delivered to me.' ; , Should peace arrive after another campai»n oi*lwo, and affurd us a little lci-j sure, I should, be happy to see your excellency in Europe, and to accompany you, if my age and strength would pert»Ut, in. visiting some of its ancient and most famous kingdoihs. You would on tbit side the sea, enjoy the great reputation you have acquired, pure and free ft om those little s...

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Nashville, May 19. SHOCKING MURDER! [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 June 1818

Nashville, May 19. SHOCKING MURDER! We have learnt from a gentleman who resides in Hickman county the'following particulars of as shocking a murder as we hare ever recorded. Captain James Alston, of that county, on the SBth ult, in the evening, brought into the house two axes, bis wife became alarmed; he began to bar up the doors appeared to be in a very good humor, and ordered his wilt; and children to bed. -Probably apprehending some violence, she laid down without undressing; he noticed it, and instantly with a hellish grin charged her with keeping on her clothes to be ready to aeep some appointment as soon us he wasasieep—and without waiting fofa re ply he seized her by the hair of the head, drew her on the floor, struck her so as to stun her cries for mercy, split open her scull, trampled on her body and commit* ted ether abuses. Their children the eldest one about 13 years old, witnessed the whole transaction. When the fury of the monster was glutted, he betook himself to flig...

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TREMENDOUS FLOOD: [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 June 1818

TREMENDOUS FLOOD: Winchester, Va. June 6.—ln addition to the murder and other dispensations of providence which it has lately fallen 10 our lot to announce, it devolves upon us to record another visitation with which this place was afflicted on Sunday night the S Ist ultimo: About six o’clock on Sunday it commenced raining most violently; in a few hours the town was literally inundated the flood was awful and tremendous: ihe main street had the appearance of Oliver, the depth of water in some parts 6f it being sufficient to sail a boat of oonsid; t-rable burden. Timbers, j &c.* &c. came floating down in large quantities.Every cellar on the mufti street, from the Bank corner to Edmond ; Pentjleton’s tavern, was fllled; as were , those also in the most exposed parts of' Market street. The dwelling of the writer of this article was surrounded by water of the average depth of four feet.; Several other families were driven from j tli£ir houses, the floors of which...

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Agricultural. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 June 1818

Agricultural. GENIUS OF LIBERTY. TUESDAY, JVME 23, The (Agricultural sccitty orthis slate met at Richmond on the Bth inst. The ptesklent Mr. John Taylor of Caroline took The chair. Seventy four new members were admitted. Several communications were received, and a petition drawn to he laid before the next general ae&cmbly, praying the grant of a lottery of five hundred thousand dollars for the benefit of the Society. In pray, er should bo granted, a resoluftom was adoptcu awarding .ten thousand dollars to the owner of the best improved farm in | the state, containing not less than five hundred acres of cleared land; five thoui sand dollars to the owner ol the best improved farm, containing not less than • 240 acres; two thousand dollars to the ownerof the best iniprovedfuiKi, containi ing not less than one hundred acres, j Manuring, plowing, artificial grasses, 1 live fences, stock of horses, cattle sheep * and hogs, and orchat ds with every spejcits of agricultural impr...

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Bppivcrsaiy cf Independence. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 June 1818

Bppivcrsaiy cf Independence. litr hsst thou fled! n, & Warren, Mont, where arejoul—of p airioiism, that t warmed .-and anibosoms of our vcnfathers of our indee—’Tis measurably am day which uii. ss of Liberty and 1 to thi * Jf ern cl. rcivthralled" us from that day *ie sacred charter ot laralion of indepen nny hide her hide--1 shame anddispair, Baches with all the the midnight hour, we hear of no preft it glorious return, nnounccd—no conring—nothing ly s 1 cheer—nothing to spirit of patriotism tiers of the land & ve f defenders of the till alive—many too jthat the same spirheir bosoms in 76 wn unimpaired from ration to the latest J think that the pread, like electric extended continent ne dormant in the Arouse, my counhat lethargy which patriotism and encl ings of the soul!— brothers, and hail ous return of our e, as becomes the !3Sp»? radc We learn ’by irk that Mr. Meade ed from imprisonin compliance with and Sf our governgovernment ►'having rather tiiatv ris...

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tCy-' PAY TU&BRINTER ” [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 June 1818

tCy-' PAY TU&BRINTER ” ‘he enigma presented to our readers >fcw weeks ago, and which convey* !Uc " au ihfioriont meaning, appears yel •“hw* been solved by but very few.— ingenuity of some has led them to esecret, and they have promptly obeyterv' ", 11 f era,|Ve call The secret mys- * ' ot llle vnigma is now made plain e 'ery one—non* can mistake it* Mning atl( ] we | lo p e none w j|j disobey s injunction Hotsays enemy a C un ‘ is only Mag dollars —says another . he w only fouf, *nd a third nine is in!' C \' Sf l 0l> ’ Un> ant * BUre, y such a hnc * Um CHn n ° l * )e #n y great imfiorlu Ce ' a,lci besitl « I can pay that trifling Crr llli,e * All th is •• very true, “ e “We ) whe arev.r.*din th. Sim! " *•* °* Aritbme tic, made * abort m lhe , , iu „ kr tK P |* CeiVe that 55 °* multiplied even * liUl » '“significant number 2, will Kow h* t* ,x * ct suni of eleven hundred. » f W—w ‘ Sirttin. .1 t0 * nil *thematical demon* ;>d U '...

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FROM THE SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 June 1818

FROM THE SOUTH. I- K Savannah, June 6. Arrived «t Tyteo yeaterday morning, the United States* schooner Lynx, lieutenant commandant John R. Madison. Uaptnin John H. Elton, formerly of the flflbt, 'JhnrtpEwigw In h*r. W# <*ppr to »«e among tn thia gallant officer.* We under* .tawKapt.E. tod some tiifle since requested to be relcaacd from hkl command which-baabeen granted, and he ia now on his way to the north. Capt. Dallas, who went through thia city a week aince, had arrived at tit. Mary ’a, and haa taken com* mand oPHie Saranac. We presume it is the intention of captain Elton to resume the command in the course of a few months—he has had some active and arduous. duties tp perform, and we wish him a speedy restoration to health.

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GENERAL MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 June 1818

GENERAL MISCELLANY. _ t AN .ACCEPTABLE EMIGRANT. We learn, (says the New York Nat. Advocate) that a gentleman has recently arrived in this city, from England whose object is to settle in the Illinois Territory—that his family and settlers brought over with him, amounted tosl persons —that he has furnished himself with agricultural instruments, seeds of various kinds, some cnw», sheep and hogs, fui Breeding, and about 100,000 pounds erling in money. This is doing bust* ness to a great national, as well as individual profit, and if gentlemen of fortune and enterprise, ; *will emigrate, in the same manner,four western states will shortly be the most nourishing part of the world. Masonic Notice.—- James Toiler, a book binder, and Simon Morgan, a student of medicine, have been expelled from the lodge in Circleville, O. lor unmasonic conduct. Udv. Jfs icon has been elected Grand Master of masons lor the skate of Connecticut. 'A he President has returned to Washington from his excursion to...

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HYM I d L. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 June 1818

HYM I d L. MARRLKD, On the Bth inst. by the rev. John Littlejohn, Mr.(JonN John ton to Mis* Sa, ram Collins. —Ob the 13th, by the same, Mr. Anthony Wrioht, to Mis* Sarah Graham.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 June 1818

Journeymen PRINTERS. IWo or three Journeymen Printers, one of whom is a good PRESSMAN, and cne ! who understands SETTING MUSIC, will find immediate and conslant employment on application at the Constellation office, Winchester. June S3.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 June 1818

THE employment of an agent'cr attorney is not memory in any claim against the gdlernment. Hio most gen* erally attended with exfien»t, and sometimes With actual lot*. » Claims will be promptly settled, when the accoiihts and vouchers with which they are connected, are transmitted to the proper office. * Money will be transmitted, whenever a receipt for the Sum due, of where the amount is not ascertained, a receipt in blank, shall be forwarded to the Treasury Department. Military patents, and certificates of military pensions, will be transmitted in like manner, whenever the necessary vouchers are forwarded-to the proper office. JOHN QUINCY ADAMS, Wm. H CRAWFORD, J. C. CALHOUN/ B. W. CROWNINSHIELD. • Washington City, May 27, 1818. |Cr”The Gazettes in which the acts of Congress are published, are requested to insert the above, weekly foi* three month; Sc papers in the interior will deserve the thanks ff the community by giving'll publicity in their respective dis* tricts/as it may be ...

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THtRECEsi [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 23 June 1818

THtRECEsi For the Genius of liberty ; Mr. Caldwell, £ * * In germing your papef of the ' 9th I particularly noticed, under the re* cess, an .extract from the Baltimore Telegraph, written by “a female friend" in aearch of a husband. If air, you think the following lines worthy of her consideration, you will oblige an old bachelor, by giving them an insertion in your next paper. ' , I’m Six and thirty years of tige And am not married yet, ■Now if, dear-girl, you’ll cease to “rage* You may a husband get. If cash in plenty you can show, You shall not be denied; Your residence -4*ll wait to know, ) And take yotr for my bride. Or if you will appoint a day, To Gadiby's I’ll repair, And any moment you mayday, Will quickly meet you theie. Then lot us .haste the wedding hour, Before more wrinkles gathef; And ere our tempera grow more spun In wedlock dwell together. Now fare-you trail I say.no more; But will an answer wait, Your Charms, I hope, will not be o’er, Before I know ray fate. From th...

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