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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 June 1818

TqoXI> iTIOXS ■ GIKIUS o* Lidkbtv will be MP. ~l Ce a week on (joed medium *7tVVO pel-annum Win advance, or TU P UOL. Knd fin’V tIiNTSi U not paid » J ie expiration of the year. No ■ trill be oistonlinutti until snrtu ■ M pa id, except at the discretion ■plitor. ■’, gT ,ji t MKNTs will be inserted in ■ cuaus manner, at one tleuar pci ■ for the three first insertion#, tunc W.fivccents tor each additional inser ■ I'hose woo »cnd in their advertise I m [\ please to mention how often Ehh then inserted, otherwise they ■econtinued until forbid, and chargKwdingly. HI communications and letters on wLtnusibe—POSr PAID. Great Bargains . e subscribers have received and me ipeumg,allheir store opposite the i nouse, a most beautiful and well led assortment of Merchandize, ilo the waion, which has been se{with care and purchased at the ulelphia and Baltimore markets, unmanly low, fct will be sold CHEAP. f therefore invite those who wish to hast goods of any description in dell, to give...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 June 1818

Notice. THEetn ploymeht of an agent or at* torney la net ntce»*ary in any claim '»- gavnst the government. It is moat generally attended with and tomeliinea with ifcrna?/«««, fc Claims will be promptly the accounts avifc vouchers with which they are connected, are transmitted to the proper office. Money will be transmitted, whenever a receipt for the sum due, or where the amount is not ascertained, a receipt in blank, shall be forwarded to the Treasury Department. Military patents, and certificates of military pensions, wilt be transmitted in like manner, whenever the necessary vouchers are forwarded to the proper ofJOHN QUINCY ADAMS, AVm. H CRAWFORD, J. C. CALHOUN, U. W. CKOWNINSHIELD. Washington City, May 57, 1818. |C7i“The Gazettes in which the acts of v.oiijjresS are published, are requested to'inscrl the above, weekly for three month; k papers in the interior will deserve the thanks of the community by giving it publicity in their respective districts, as it. may be the means o...

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Foreign Summary. [From papers received at New-York by the brig Draper.] [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 June 1818

Foreign Summary. [From papers received at New-York by the brig Draper.] A Liverpool letter of the 9th of May, remarks, that the porta would undoubtedly remain open to foreign grain and Hour until the 16th of August. * Another public meeting at Spa Fields was held on the 4th of May. The leaders bad taken the precaution to convene the meeting legally, by a requisition, addressed to the high sheriff and signed by seven householders. Considerable t . gitation had been excited throughout London by the preparations for the meeting; and the magistrates had been convened for the purpose of concerting measures for the preservation of the peaee. The meeting was open about one o’clock. The principal speakers were the elder Watson and Preston— Hunt, who had projected the meeting, found it necessary or convenient to take a trip to Cork. When the speeches were finished, ■ number of resolutions were adopted on the subject of Parliamentary Reform; and at five o’clock, ths assemblage, consisting of ...

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■ /v. . * ; HEtEJSE OB MB, MEAb£ : [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 June 1818

■ /v. . * ; HEtEJSE OB MB, MEAb£ \ : • ■ - The following; is the royal Spanish or. dec for the release of Mr. Meade from confinement. It is truly indicative of the imbecility, which has characterised the reigh of the o<for«M'erdiiiaiid: •'-I.’.'*'-' ,» p ytiex.Qaz,.’ Translated fur the, New York Evening \S'* ' Tost.' ■ . Otir lord, the king, having been made acquainted with the consultation which the committee of justice, with associates from that supreme tribunal, made to his majesty on the of 4th October last, lias a* gain mihutely examined the proceedings touching-the taw suit pending between Mr. Jlir.hard Meidc, achizeri of the h. States.of America, and Mr. John Macdennot, a subject of his Britanic majesty about the recovery of 1.050,327 reales and 20 maravcdis, which were by Mr. Meade, delivered as a deposit. It appearing satisfactorily proved by the said proceedings, that the deposit waa really made in cash, that the royal treasury had acknowledged it so, and ,tbat ...

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THREE SUBSTANTIAL REASONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 June 1818

THREE SUBSTANTIAL REASONS. It appear* from his catholic majesty’s proclamation for the liberation of Mr. Meade, that he was impelled to this act of justice “in consequence" of finding in array against him the following formidable phalanx: Ist. The executive government of the U.S, 3d. The editors of newspapers. 3d. The congress of the U. S. Had Mr. Meade not been immediately liberated, the following imall additions would have been made to the above: 4th. The Navy of;(he U. S. 3 th. The Army of the U, S. [■Freeman’* Journal ,

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GENIUS OF ÜbbJl [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 June 1818

GENIUS OF ÜbbJl TUESDAY, SCT HIGHLY JMi’ORrSaB ‘A.IUVOdV NHOf Jjiß a severe indisposition of s days, has conceived, by the prolific friends, and brought font'Si dipiou* great big valedictory, spring appears to be in a parent is convalescent, and are entertained by his friends, J* plete recovery, taut Deo ! '!H|| Masonic Procession, ® On Wednesday last, agrcc»h|,i|H| v.ous notice, the fraternity of copied masons met, at the WajSli inthisplace lor the purpose the anniversary ofSt. John to whom with St.John the lodges are now dedicated, they t*3S§ first eminent Christian patrona sonry. The brethren from&fiuH|| and Watei ford attended, and'iSi credit is due for their zeal and on the occasion. A 'procession imwl med about half past eleven «' C |J9| the following order Under brottcfJßl .1. li. Stevens. , Marshal 'BP Mustek Tyler with a drawn jtt Stewarts with while rodi-BH Entered Apprentices Fellow Crafts Master Masons Junior Deacons Senipr Deacons Secretaries * K Treasuries ...

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Independence- [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 June 1818

Independence- i T l,ur,(Uyil'eSs lhi " sl - severa! pf f c a. K » of this town met, at the Jpsi»» Clapbumt J?sq. for the ■Ljappointing some one to deKjoration on th* approaching an- ■ j rJ . ,f American Independence By. ’Call)well being colled to the chair iMf Henry H- Hamilton appointed ■MtiJ, the following motions wc>e Ejaiously ndop^dE^—That. the Declaration of InEfcncebe read and an oration deEl an the ensuing fourth of July. Cjarf— That John K. Mines deliver ■union on that day. KjrJ— That Henry H. Hamilton EthffDeclaration of Independence. ■urfA—Ttiat the above proceed* Bibe published in the Genius of Lib- | -S. 11. T. CALDWELL, Chair'm. I Ii H. HAMILTON, Sec'ry.

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Igeneral miscellany. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 June 1818

Igeneral miscellany. binge.—Four hundred thousand auar - j Mian have recently been coined at, U.S.Mmt. Iso thousand buildings nre said to be igoinguginNew York city which j [cost fve millions of dollars. This; swill be principally distributed among | imechanic’s of course. Isi'. ptumer of N. H. has signified his union of declining to be a candidate j re-election after hi* present term ofi :*iee expires. Thecoit of Solomon’s Temple is sputed at 77,531,965,63011011ar5.writer supposes that the building of (city of Philadelphia cost 450 milliswhich is the 172 part of the above m-consequently 172 cities like Phil, tlpbia might be built with the money iASolomon’s temple cost; or it would U one city 775 miles in length reach* [ from Maine to Virginia along the at. Philadelphia is four and a ipiurfHiiles long. Salomon is said to have the wisest of men. Connecticut fta]ier, Tbeiile tf France was visited on the ft February by a most tremendous hicaue which spared nothing by land ,*ater. Damag...

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NASHVILLE, JUNE 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 June 1818

NASHVILLE, JUNE 6. The Army. —A letter from Gen. Jackson to a gentleman in Nashville, states, that after haring garrisoned Forts St. Marks and Gadsden, he learned that about 500 Indians were concentrated at Pensacola-, and that he should move immediately for that place, with the balance of the regulars under his command and the volunteer corps from Nashville He also mentions that if the corn which was expected from Orleans did not airive in a few days, both officers and soldiers would be on foot. V.vTfc- * .N • ‘ Buetfo* Ayres was all rejoicing ii» consequent* of the splendid victory gained oyer the royalists in jChilH yrhich ■ew* reached Buenos Ayres * few days before Capt. Jenkins, who brings this account, sailed. Upwards of 1000 cannons were fired on the occasion and the city brilliantly illuminated for three nights. Captain Jen bans has brought papers detailing the particulars. The Peruvian army, of 7000 men, was totally destroyed; all killed or wounded, St no resources left to ...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 June 1818
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 June 1818

ttTLOOK HERE!!! Was left it my store on June court Monday, A Bundle of Cloalhing. , Ihe owner will please to describe it—pay for thi« advertisement and lake it a* way. John Shaw* Leesburg, June 30.—3w. PROSPECTUS For Publishing by Subicri/itii A BOOK, ENTITLED THE • Complete Draughtsman, Comprising all the useful & proper form* of deeds of conveyance for land, deeds of trust, mortgages, title bonds, articles of agreement, lease for years, apprentices* indentures, wills, penal bonds of various descriptions, attachments, warrants, &c. CONDITIONS. 1. THIS work shall be printed on good paper; handsomely bound and let* tered, and will contain about 200 pages. 2. The prffce to subscribers will be one dollar and fifty cents, payable ori delive* ry. S. KERCHEVAL. Frederick c’ty, Va. j June i 30,1818. Subscriptions received at this office. Notice. The Subscribes* to the Falls Bridge Turnpike Company, residing in Fairfax county, Va. who lately subscribed with the view ...

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THE RECESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 June 1818

THE RECESS. GENIUS/ When fir»t she trod ColumbiaVshores, A tvre«t and playful child. The Mulct left their blooming bower To laugh where Faftcooie entil'd, Then, hand in band, they joy’d to rove O'er every acme of bliaa, And, each for each, a chaplet wove, And bleat it with a kite. Then Plcmtt op’d her silver horn, And bleat the poct’a toil; She atrew’d, with liberal hand, her corn— She gave hint wine and oil; Then infant Games smil’d to see Her harp with roses strung, SHc wait’d the voice of minstrelsy, And through the finest sung. The hoary veteran lov’d to hear The lisping infant’s song; The statesman lent a willing ear, Nor deem’d it “rudely wrong,” And when she touch’d the trilling chord That wak’d rhe martial strain, The patriot soldier grasp’d his sword, Prepar’d for fight igain. But Freedom, now suspicious grown, Resolv’d the child should die, She mark’d ns follies with a Irown, And pass’d its virtues by, Ingratitude had numb’d her soul, Fell Envy broke her rest, Detraction o...

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beauty. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 June 1818

beauty. A lady who is but an ordinary beauty flatters herself that she inspires strong passions, and that every one who looks at her is enamoured with her charms

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ESTIMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 June 1818

ESTIMATION. Few men know how to rale their own faculties, or to estimate those of others; however moderate their abilities, they think themselves capable of the highest employments, and when they canwt obtain them complain ot inius. tice. ■ ADVICE. The Patriarchs before the flood, who lived nine hundred years, scarcely provided for a few days; and we, who live but a few days provide at least for nine hundred years.

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 June 1818
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 June 1818

House Servant for Sale. The subscriber wishes to sell a likely young Negro Gir^ well acquainted with the various kinds o house work. She is steady, industrious and honest, and will be sold on reasonable terms. CHARLES TURNER. Rock Bridge Mill ?. June 16th.—3t.y Oakland Farm for Sale. THE farm which has been advertised err some time in this paper, and particularly described, is still offered for sale by R’n E. BEALE.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 June 1818

iat •• ***%' ■ ' i v BY ApOJUJUTir. :■■■ ■ ; .MSB JK& V 4* SCHEME OF A LOTTE TO nAISE 98,000 FOR THE PtBPOSE OF PAVINt STREETS OF THE TOWN OF JtcPSbtirg, QU. <Schcme as follows, viz, ? l Prize of 400 0 5 6 lo lo so 400 410 5 620 ?> » !> J) » )) 1000 5 00 200 400 5 0 20 10 6 sois Prizes, 3088 Blanks. eooo Tickets at a# ■ ’■ • ‘ ' ’ , y ' . . The first drawn 1000 blanks to be entitled to a prize of J56 each tickets in the second class. The first drawn ticket on the.4 til day entitled to a prize of payable in part by 50 tickets from No. I to No. 50 inclusive first on the stb day - 6 - - a - - 9 - - 10 - - - - 11 . - 12 - Each of the S5OO prizes to-be paid in part by thirty ticket? class fexcept that on the 4th day.) > Each of the SIOOO prizes to bo paid in part by fiffy^tkjkete Eadi of the S2OO prizes to be paid in part by (hepi the 3rst drawn one from No. 51 to N«> £0 ffom'N inclusive—the Sd from No. 71 to 80—4 th from...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 June 1818

A which' ever may suit Merchant ft *‘ also a comfortable (dwell*— meadow lot, lyingttehr th*l about 4 miles from Snirt*; T i | |[| | is always an abundance of mill. , The above p»pe«» jJtJJ pair and in as good a neighi* wheat as any in Loudouu , Possession of the above pr<,j, be had on tile Ist day h 1 next Berinit June £>.—-.[tf. Mill Wrights waited. The subscriber xuithet to tmjtjmM ately.flve or tix ,•'* JOURNEY Ui Mill Wright To whom liberal wage* an d‘ ( employment will be given, tc who engage With the chance of improvement iu tlm i will be afforded. Application to be made to the si bet’s foreman Mr. Willlan,Jdt Gains’ Cross Roads, Culpeper t to the subscriber at captain ' Helms'new mill, near Winchsti^l James y. jc 53 June 16th—3t I %* The editors of the Farmin' pository. Charlestown, {.lie Genius erty Leesburg, & flfc Palladium erty Warrenton, will insert the advertisement in their respective yp three weeks and forward their Mir be Constellat...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 July 1818

, if- ----- •Vr ii V-~-ii -i' i ■ $ T ’ LEESBURGy PUBLISHER OK THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. ■yolTu"] WUBSPJV, JVLY 7, 1818. No. 26

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From the American Eagle. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 July 1818

From the American Eagle. Man it the creature of education— Hi* yjev.'t, hi> pleasures, hi a joy* and his delights, all proceed from, and are heightened by this belt,. this greatest of blessings. Reflecting a 1 few evenings since upon its innumerable Lcueiits, and its extensive influence upon the mind, ] was led by fancy back to the dark ages of bigotry and fanaticism. 1 viewed man in his rude state, his mind enslaved by superstition, shackled by the trammel* of ignorance, evincing every sympton ol inward weakness, appeared, to use the words of a celebrated writer, “like marble in the quarry, which shows none oi its beauties, till the skill of the polisher brings to view every spot and cloud”-*-Mark, for instance, the savage ot the wilderness; regardless of the hustle and parade of civilized life, he stalas the desert in savage majesty. Each day to aatisfy the cravings of nature, he travels* the wilderness, and rotes through the forest, “in quest of prey and lives upor. hi...

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