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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 March 1817
To Rent , A GOOD TAVERN ST aIS?D IN the town of Leesburg, situated on the corner of Loudoun and Prince streets* The house is 30 by 36 feet, with six large rooms below, and three fire places —two rooms above with one fire place—an excellent brick kitchen, with a pump of never fading water at the door—and a large and convenient lot with good sta bling. *ALSO. two story briclf build ing, 22 by 50 feet, with six fire places, being an excellent stand fur a Smith's Shop, The whole or a part of said property will be rented for nine years on libera, terras, and possession of part given ira mediately. PATRICK B. MILHOLLIN. March 18.—3t. LOST ON the 10th inst near Mr. Austin’s Inn, Leesburg, a small Pocket Book, containing about nineteen dollars, in mo ney, a gold breast-pin, and a turtle -shell ring. Any person finding the same, and returning it to Mr. Austin shall be hand-, somely rewarded. March 18—31. Notice. THE stockholders in the Snicker’s Gap Turnpike Company will take notice, that an...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 March 1817
New- improved WHEAT FAN. THE subscriber having lately removed to Waterford, in Loudoun comity* has commenced making WHEAT FANS, on a much improved plan, and wishes to in' ite the attention of farmers to the advantages they would have in using his fans by the following certificates: ‘ At the request of William Addams, we attended last Friday, to see a trial made of his improved Wheat tan At one operation it delivers th- wheat clean enough for market, and there can he run through, out of the chaff, from sixty to eighty bushels in one hour. In our presence it cleaned, out of the chuff, twentytwo otid a half bushels in twenty minutes , and there was in the chaff' and grab, an unusual quantity of short and tangled straw, which made it very unfavorable for fast cleaning In attending this fan, no person has to be exposed to the dust, as is necessary in attending the common fan. It is easy to turn, and runs light; and feeds itself in such a way that a great mixture of short and tangled stra...
BEAUTY IJY SMILES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 March 1817
BEAUTY IJY SMILES. THE BE CESS. A SONG* Oh! weep not sweet mail), tho’ the bright tears of Beauty, To kindred emotion each feeling beguiles; The softness of sorrow no magic can borrow, To vie with the splendor of Beauty in Smiles. Alan roves through Creation a wandering stranger. A dupe to its follies, a slave to its toils; But bright o’er the billows of doubt and of danger, The rain bow of promise is Beauty in Smiles. As the rays of the sun o’cf the bosom of Nature, Renew ev'ry flow’r which the tempest despoils: So joy’s faded blossom in man’s aching bosom, Revives in the sun-shine of Beauty in Smiles. / The crown of the hero, the star of the rover, The hope that inspires, and the spell that beguiles, The song of the poet, the dream of the lover, The infidel’s heaven, is Beauty in Smiles. MARY.
EPIGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 March 1817
EPIGRAM. As Quin and Foote Cine day walk’d out To view the country round) In merry mood They chatting stood Hard by the village pound. Foote from his poke * A shilling took. And said. I’ll bet a penny, In a short space. Within this place, I’ll make this piece a guinea. Upon the ground, Within the pound, The shilling soon was thrown; Behold says Foote. The thing's made out. For is one pound one.. I wonder not. Says Quin that thought Should in your head be found, Since that’s the way Your debts you pay— One shilling in the pound.
FROM A NEW-TORK PAPER OF 1794. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 March 1817
FROM A NEW-TORK PAPER OF 1794. It is asserted- says a correspondent, that ‘the greatest characters the world has known- have risen on the domestic floor,” The f blowing list in proof of his assertion, might be greatly enlarged and particularly by those who have been or now are eminent in the United States. Let those who. with Burke the apostate, consider &amp; t eat the multitude as swines, read and reflect, that the period is a rived, when leather and pranella” are no longer objects of worship. Oemusthenes was the son of a forgeman. Virgil of a baker. Horace of a freeman. Tbeo/i r a aof a&gt;. old cloathsman. Rousseau the poet , of a shoe-maker. J. J. Roseau was a watch maker. Millen was the son of a tapestry man. FoUin. the historian, of a cutler. Massillon of a tanner James Cook of a very indigent peasant Shakcsfieare of very poor parents. Benjamin Franklin the son of a tallowChandler Rittrnhouse a goldsmith. Marral a wine merchant. Saint Paul was a tent maker, an...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 March 1817
PROPOSALS, BT SAMUEL B. T. CALDWEL Leesburg, Va. For publishing ty tubscnptivtty't edition of the [ MEMOIRS OF WILLIAM SAMPS! Including particulars of his adve in various parts of Europe; his i finement in the dungeons oftli inquisition in Lisbon, Sec. SEVERAL ORIGINAL LEft Being his corres|&gt;ondence with tie isttra of state in Great Britain Portugal; A short sketch of the HISTORY OF IRLLA particularly as it respects the sp British domination in that cou and a few observations on the s of manners Sec. in Araerics HAVING obtained leave of the t to publish an edition of the above the editor with confidence appei the public for patronage and supp the undertaking; being iully assure a work of such intrinsic value vill ■ permitted any longer to slumber arms of obscurity One limited e only has been published, which it entirely out of market. The audio been frequently solicited to publis other, but hisi professional calling ' not permit. The edition that has published scarcely ci...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 March 1817
WobhetCs Begiste HAVING become agent for Col American Register, the subscribe receive and transmit money to C and Oldfield, publishers of the work, New York, for any gent; who wish to become subset Persons wishing to avail themseli this work are informed that the fir ume is out accompanied with an e likeness of the author—price six c unbound, exclusive of postage, number may be had from one to a volume, at twenty five cents a piect SAMUEL B. T. CALDWEI Leesburg, February 11. Public Sale. / Will be offered at public sale, oi urday the 33d inst. in the town of V ford, a Two story brick hoi completely finished. Also several able LOTS, well calculated to bui for any kind of business. Terms o made known on the day of sale by LEWIS kle: Waterford, March 4.—tds. N. B—The subscriber still inten carry on the DOOT&amp;SHOE MAKING BUSH at his present stand, where he wiH a constant assortment of work in hii and execute orders on the shortes tice. / ~~~/ L *Loudoun Land FOR SALE. WILL be...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 March 1817
€3f PRIATJJVG OFFICE, SEJTS FOE SJL£? THE Subscriber will sell his MILL, on Tuscarora creek, half miles from Frederick town,! ick county, Maryland, with 69 Acres of Lj There are about 55 acres in tirnlj the rest cleared The Paper) one vat, with every thing convex complete: six pair of moulds,] them wove &amp; new—There are \' log dwelling houses on the with excellent kitchens attached] it is a very healthy neighborho mill is now building on the san there is an excellent mill seat I paper mill, it has 33 feet fall, anl culated for either a grist ipillj kind of factory; there argali peach and cherry trees on me pi with never failing springs of e water—it is believed to be exceJ no place in the United States for] there is an excellent range for i hogs—a public road passes thd to Hager s-town, Washington Maryland. There is a Printing Office at thL mill, where book work has been! on; there are cuts forthe Univen ling book* Dil worth’s spelling I a primer with cuts, are both star]...
MCOVDITIOXS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 March 1817
MCOVDITIOXS. H GEfIIUS Of" Liberty will be ■■ onC e a week on good medium ■ DOLLARS per annum, ■in advance, or TWO DOL■nd FIFTY CENTS, if not paid ■he expiration of the year. No be discontinued until arrearB. paid, except at the discretion ißlitor. ■btisf.mekts Will be inserted in ■cuous manner, at one dollar per Bor the three first insertions, and Kit cents for each additional inserBbose who send in their advertisesßi'iH please to mention how often them inserted, otherwise the) Bontinued until forbid, and BidinglyUaH communications and letters on H must be—POST PAID.
llaralion of Inde- I pendertce. * [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 March 1817
llaralion of IndeI pendertce. * IBnc. 1315. the subscriber issued |Hls for publishing a splendid and IBjspecla an American edition of the of Independence, with fac IBs of the subscribers to that Nationthat the size of the pa be 36 by 24 inches, of the Mr. Amies could manufac ■ design in has relief, encircling the of Independence would be the Bt Mr. liridport It was to be sur IBccl by the arms of the United States with medallion portraits of jBl A asliington, John Hancock and Bis leflerson. The annsof the thir Bhiittd tales in medallion, encirBy characteristic ornaments was Bto form the remainder of the Cor B whole design was to be engraved B. Murray B interior of the Cordon by Col Ban. B Portraits by Mr. Leney of New■from original paintings; B I’ac Similie# by Mr V r a!lance, Hus been permitted to have access ■ secretary of states office at V\ ashH, for this purpose. B Arms of the several states to be B from official documents, and exeIwitha particular eye to heraldicae ■execute in ...
LIST OF ACTS, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 March 1817
LIST OF ACTS, Of a public nature, passed at the second session of the fourteenth congress , just closed. An act to repeal the second session of the act concerning the pay of the officers. seamen and marines of the navy. An act supplementary to an act to regulate the duties on imports and ton uage. An act authorising a new edition of the land laws An act making a partial appropriation for the navy for the year 1817. An act for the repeal after the present session of congress of the act to change the mode of compensation to the mem hers of the senate and house of representatives ami the delegates from the territories passed March 19, 1816. An act to extend the provisions of the act to authorise certain officers and other pel sons to administer oaths, passed in 1798. An act providing for the division of certain quarter sections in future sales of public lands. An act authorising the sale of certain grounds belonging to the United States in the city of Washington. An act for the relief ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 March 1817
Public Sale, WILL be soli’ at public sale to tk* highest bidder for cash, on Tuesday the 20th day of June next, a Tract of Land situate in the county of Loudoun, adjoin ing the plantation on which Jonathan M’Carter lives containing about &gt; 100 Aci 'es . The sale will be made in virtue of a deed of trust given by said M’Carter to the subscribers to secure the payment of certain sums of money (in the said deed mentioned) to the administrator with the will annexed of John M’llhany, Jun deceased. Sale will take place on the premises, at 13 o’clock. Such title as the subscribers possess will be conveyed to the purchaser JOSIAH WHITE, Junr.? Trut. CRAVEN OSBURN. $ "«• March 18.—3 m. New improved WHEAT FAN. THE subscriber having lately removed to Waterford, in Loudoun county, has commenced making WHEAT FANS, on a much improved plan, and wishes to invite the attention of farmers, to the advantages they would have in using his fans by the following certificates: “At the request of...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 March 1817
made of his improved Wheat Far one operation it delivers the wheat enough for market, and there can 1 through, out of the chaff, from »i: eighty bushels in one hour. In ou scnce it cleaned, out of the chaff, v two and a half bushels in twenty m and there was in the chaff and gn unusual quantity of short and ti straw, which made it very unfav for fast cleaning In attending thi no person has to be exposed to the as i| necessary in attending the coi fanjfc It is easy to turn, and runs a*id feeds nselfin such a way that a mixture of short and tangled straw not chouk. or hinder that opet The machinery by which this efli produced, is very simple and very ble, and less liable to go out of ord need repair than any other part t machinery of the comyron fan. It be tedious to mention all the advai of this fan. but they appear so e' that we do not hesitate to recomnn to the attention of farmers. • JOSEPH STEI DAVID JAMN JOSEPH WOt March 10. “We the subscribers have thii seen a trial made with o...
from TEE ALEXANDRIA HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 March 1817
from TEE ALEXANDRIA HERALD. To the editor of the Alexandria Gazette. In the absence of general Mason, and •■while he is better employed than in replying to the malignant scurrility of an enemy—an admirer of his character and talenis will he hopes, be excused fo at templing to defend him against an unprovoked agreasor. who has appeared without a name in some of your late papers. Without designing. I assure you, to ampule to yourself a capability either of designing or committing so indecent a violation of the respect due to the chaiacter &gt;f that gentleman as that contain ed in thoge p. pers—the want of a name either real or fictitious makes it neces sary to address myself to you That the character of a candidate is a fair game for vulgar remark, may indeed be true; and you have availed your self of the license to a full extent But how, sir, do you reconcile this dictum with the language of the succeeding paxagraph, in which you profess to think that the same delicacy of pe...
GENIUS OF LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 March 1817
GENIUS OF LIBERTY. I££&amp;BURG, VIR GIMI A. Tuesday, "March 35. The puny attack of a ‘ Brief Remark er” will be noticed as soon as a spare corner of our paper will admit. We cannot croud out useful matter to notice such trash. The air drawn dagger which has haunted the guilty conscience of the writer and his credulous fraternity, may possibly disappear after a short repose. It is said the “Federal Republican” is again conceiving, and will probably bring forth this day. Whether it will be a monster or a mouse wc cannot yet determine. The important information shall be .made known in our next. “A friend to Peace” is received, and we are sorry that our previous arrangements preclude its appearance this day. Much other valuable matter is also omitted for want of room.
TO THE, PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 March 1817
TO THE, PEOPLE. Fellow Citizens; To correct an erroneous impression, in regard to my opinions upon the •ght ot suffrage, which I find prevails to my prejudice, in this county 1 beg leave to submit the following brief explanation without entering into any arguments on the subject. 1 am not opposed to an extension of the right of suffrage. On the contrary 1 am willing to extend the exercise of that rig it to every free white male citi zen ot lawful age, who has resided twelve months in the slate, and who has a right, or legal title, whether immediate or in i expectancy, and to tne sons of a,l per sons who have such a right or title to any fixed, immoveable property within the state lam willing to go at least this far, at once; and although 1 thins, it im politic at present to extend it further, yet I should readil} acquiesce in any determination of the majoi ity of the people on this subject lam not afraid to trust the people. And I have no hesitation in saying further, that lam decid...