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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 July 1818

ffllE GENIUS OF LIBERTY. MMUBL B. T. CALDWELL, LEESBJJRG, YA. PUBLISHER OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. H)l- W*] TUESDAY, JULY 28 1818. No. 29.

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ft An Oration. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 July 1818

ft An Oration. M' d Effort the ProtrctUn Satiety of Wtt.J nnthe vh July 1818. Wt JOHK S. TftiOX. ■ f (he nK-mbers—(Published a! ■he «q«“ °‘ tl,e Societyo m.Protection Society of Maryland. ■“ j, necessary that the publu ■Ttnowthc objects they had in view K formation of their iuetituiion. ■7 . ne d it proper thus respectfully ■Lit their-humane attention. The ■a made to their humanity, and si M I am proud in be- !■ 1 , nl l the present large assemblage ■rm» the believe, that this call, when ■^ r l_ odd rested to the people of this ■ ~, never addressed in vain. Then ■ treever open to the cries of the ■„ victim of oppression, and they ■ever ready to frown with indignation Inhumanity, no matter in what shape |ir meet their eyes, whether an eyed ■cgarbdf hypocrisy, adorned in the |ment of the law, or clothed in that |d ttained raiment which is the era■of its nature. It will not therefore |u your wonder to be told, that in a | H justly renowned for its benevoIt, * large number of individual...

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A moral and religious peopi [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 July 1818

A moral and religious peopi The following is extracted from I glish paper lately received at limn! VVe are glad to announce that pi*( cutions have been brought »(?*■* number of Grocers for the munuW j and sale of a pernicious substitute j Tea, composed of the leaves ct black and while thorn, boiled,dW“. . copper plates, and colored with log*® verdigris and Dutch pink. I"* 1 * were proved at great length, and rt found in the Court of bxche<lW r ' Saturday, against no fe»er dealers in the Metropolis l-' r , *’ ls Several of them submitted to c 0" j without resistance —and thin j pur taut. fact is established that I ' tenons mixture is imposed 011 trader. To discover the substib* tides—lay the tea on welted rub it, it will easily discharge 1 • ing it receives from logwood, vt or Dutch Pink.—l here are o«* . cles of human consumption^, i exposed to similar frauds . {,,, Ale, it has frequently been mixed with drugs ot tn« |t | nicious quality.—Port " n jj’ a i ted called, and ...

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■gENILS OF LißrJlt t. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 July 1818

■gENILS OF LißrJlt t. ■IUEbUJV' JVtA i • arid several other articles pit B e d for this week’s paper, are u-u v r Bf postponed to give place to the nil BellciU oration thst hiis our co .mm. H'dav. Bc^«” cBnnot : ' ri)eav at; Bliouid circumstances justify, it ma, Huar hereafter. , Mjpid txaw/iic.— A man by the name Bee H. Harman was recently tried at Bidies and found guilty oi slave steadily Hjiimishincnt death! Bl'ivc* there a sava £ e ruder tl,an tlle ■ slave? HCrud as death, insatiate as the grave, ■filsea* the winds mat round his vessel ■ blow, ■Remorseless as the gulph that yawns ■ below, ■is he who tods upon the wafting hood, ■a Christian broker in the trade of blood!” ■The above description of the slave tra. ■i, by the immortal Montgomery, is a; . ■.cable,m aiiils features, to a set of lazy, ■rdcicd, unprincipled soul drivers, lurk■giboat in this stale and Maryland, Birchasing and steoling those unfortuBicbeings in whose veins creeps the But diop of A Inc’s sable blood. Flow ■...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 July 1818
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 July 1818

Culpepper Land FOR SALE. THE subscriber, intending'to remove to the west, will sell without reserve at public sale, on Friday, 35th of September next, the farm on which he now resides, lying on the middle branch of Rappahannock; and adjoining the farm of general Green: containing 650 Acres, Two hundred of which are ftst quality river bottom—a hundred and twenty or thiity of tine young limber, and about sixty or seventy well taken with clover; the residue though not in clover is strong and fertile. In point of fertility the above farm is inferior to none in ll e country, as the glowing crops will testify; the situation is handsome and healthy, the improvements comfortable and sufficient lor all farming purposes; there is u sufficient quantity of laud now in cultivation of corn, for the seeding of two or three bundled bushels ol grain, which will produce as much wheat as any corn land; the terms ol sale aic one third down; the ballancc in one and two years. Aclear and i.unit umbered t...

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THE RECESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 July 1818

THE RECESS. the xr fects or following the fash ION. Mr. Printer , Please republish the following valuable little Rhyme, for the benefit of society and oblige Yours, A. D. Fashion, little flippant thing, hat in fashion did thee bring? That the gentle folks should make Such a fuss —-for Jat/uon'n take. Why large buckles? why the small? Why no buckles now at all? If the matter right 1 take, Alamofc— for fashion’s sake. One time this, at one lime that; Mow a large, then little hat. l ight a duel—iite at stake— Kill atm die—for fashion’s Sake. €ee the misses, full of glee, How they sit and sip their tea, Mot a mortal will they take, T hey must fast—for fashion’s sake. See the masters full of pride, Twelve inch cane and hat aside; How they swagger—act the rake— Curse and swear—lor fashion’s sake. Gaiters now; large boots the taste. Pantaloons and spencer’d waist: What jack puddings people make Of themselves—tor fashion's sake. Tails, pomatum, powder, yield; Crops alone mamta.n the held, L...

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SELECT SENTENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 July 1818

SELECT SENTENCES. H« who hath no wealth, hath no tred It—he who hath a disobedient wifa hath no it pose—He who hath no oft spring, hath no strength—He who hath no kindred, hath no supporters— Sc he who possesses none of those things lives fret from care. Ihere is no greater instance of s weak and pusillanimous temper, than for a man to pass his whole life in opposition to his own sentiments, and not dare be what he thinks he ought to be. “War prevents the commission oj crimes by giving employment to many ■who would otherwise, commit them from their natural depravity of heart.” FAILINGS. As perfumes affect more strongly other people than those who cany them, so the fallings of others offend us much sooner than our own. IMPUUDEMCE. It it not often our merit that makes us rise, but we seldom tall but by our •wn fault. FASHIo.m LADIES! A late London paper observes“That the present weight of a lauy’s fashionable dress, is exactlyyinr ounce*. '

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 July 1818
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 July 1818

Rifles, Guns, Pistols, &c. The undersigned, from George Town hereby inhrnis the citizens of Leesburg and the public in genera], that he hat commenced the Gunsmith Business , in the brick house, nearly opposite the clerks office. He will accommodate per* sons with RIFLES of a very superior kind: SHOT GUNS inferior to none in the state; and the first rate PISTOLS of various sizes. In addition to the a bove, he will carry on the Whitesmith Business , and a part of the Blacksmithing. The very best and neatest workmen being engaged on each branch, he is well assured of being enabled to render gener•l satisfaction, to those who may patronise him. Repairing, stocking, &c will be attended to. All work warranted. SAMUEL THOMPSON. Leesburg, July 31.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 July 1818

Journeymen Cabinet MaL Wanted immediately, two or Journeymen Cabinet Mak< to whom constant employ, and the •si city wages will be given, by JOHN L. BOWEN H'inchetter, July 21.—-3t. *,* The Editor of the Genius of ty, Leesburg, ni/l J.lease it,serf the S units is /orseurd hit account u th tlellation office Jor j.oynunt. A Valuable Fai FOR SALE. Tlll- subscnber will sell that tiful aim comn.oi.ious farm on wh now reticles, situated in an agn and healthy neighborhood, on the leading from Warier, ton, Fsuqr. < ty, to Alexandria, about three miles the loriuer and lorty ironi the latter The contemplated turnpike to A 1 dria will pass directiy by or nea h arm, It contains about, oGO Acres, upwards of 300 acres arc cleared at der exeelient improvetnent. It is anapteu to the c over anil plaistei ten of harming, expcriinents h been made war considerable succt The builuings ate a good frame ing flouse, a Stone Kitchen, Smoke and Ice House, and other c mem out hi.uses ot e...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 July 1818

JUST RECEIVED. AND for rale by the subsctibers, 10 chests Young Hyson and impel ia a, this year's importation 6 casks best Goshen cheese 46 boxes mould candles 10 kegs prime cavendish tobacco 1S small “ SO barrels N. E. rum 35 whiskey. N. tc R. BLACKLQCK. Loudoun Lands FOR SALE. The subscribers will sell thefollowing tracts of land, viz. T/il ee Hundred Jlcres, about one and a half milcsfrom the town of Lnion and Bloomfield. '1 he improve* nients on this land are two lug dwelling houses and a gcod Apple Orchard. A large proportion m timber, and several springs oi water. ALSO— Ninety t,x Sieves of land adjoining the land tf I’resly San ders, a good piopoiticn in limber— a plenty ui limestone and a number of springs of water, with a small stone dwelling house. The terms wih be made easy and a good title given to the purchaser. '1 lie first mentioned tract may be very conveniently divided, if required, into two small iarms. lor lurthci information, apply to the sub tcribers living near...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 July 1818

A Valuable Met GRIS T MILL r JH THE Mill and other hou, 1 to the subset the r, called i with “ *6 Acres, of Land adjoining thereto .» This mill is situated 33 anuria on the Turnpike nja ' Kun in Pnnce William distance below the MucklanJ|jj[ ,, l In this mill are two two pair of stones, five each in diameter, for grind*, * one pair four feet for torn with the piaister Mill conii,i«,• The whole mill is new I upwards of fifty barrels 0 f twenty-four hours—Being wjj the '1 urnpike road to Aits*'H Washington and in an slui.J/J country, the manufactory <4 be carneu on to any extent »Tl convenience; or the delays bad loads anu having too is,, ' ties of flout at any time ou haij \ milt. There are on the pi emtio,V ed for sale, a small Dwelling House, slore House,a gootj portion of excellent cion,, with a beautiful acite for adwei iu »L There is on part of the land ,2? of stone for building andleuciiiii,, conijidtrable pply of wood son cedar growth. The granary adjoining the mill ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 August 1818

km GENIUS OF LIBERTY. B Y SAMUEL B. T. CALDWELL, LEESBURG, VA. PUBLISHER OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. YOU* Bj TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1818. No. 30

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conditions. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 August 1818

conditions. ■Lj C*NI US ° r , * EBTr will be Ehd once a week on good medium y t tW O DOLLARS per annum Ke i" afivance ’ or TWO U()L ' Ksaml FIFTY CENTS, if not paid ■ the expiration of the year. No W w ||ibe discontinued until arrearEare paid. excc P t at lhe disicrction ■he editor. Hiivirtisejiem ' s "ill be inscrtetl in tpicuons manner, at one dollar per Ere for die three first insertions, and W... fivecents for each additional inser ■ -pbose who send in their advertise Kti, will please 1° mention how often E wish them inserted, otherwise they ■ becontinued until forbid, and EccurdinglyE -p All communications and letters on E sin mutt be—POST P AID.

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The Dying Confessions OF NEGROES mdall, London and Sarah, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 August 1818

The Dying Confessions OF NEGROES mdall, London and Sarah, Uoitre condemned to be banged at a fil'd Court in the town of Winchester , \t.in the month of May, 1818,/ or the wirier of Dr, llobtrt Berkley, late of Hr county of Frederick, in said stale; m who were executed on Friday the IOM of July following. IV following confessions were taken Kite Jail of the county of Frederick. It of Vs. on the 9tb insl. and were asled ta by the criminals in the presence lhe UevM Alexander 8a11..i .in, the I'd George Reed and the Rev’d Eli Iter. I Ip<? Confession of Randall. I Whom a slave in the family of f “tarshall. Esq, of Buckingham, fie property I continued to be until 1 M believe, about nine or ten years of Mhen l ives sold to John Hopkins, f. 0 Frederick county, in whose serf remil| ned until I was twelve or [tall years old; 1 was then sold to my | master, Dr. Robert Berkley, for the Efuid?th mUmabuutto sutrers r‘ W0 first masters afforded their °PPp rtun ities of receiving ILr-'-n...

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Occupation cf Florida. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 August 1818

Occupation cf Florida. The following interesting remarks on the probable occupation of the Florida* by the United Stales, are from Hell’s London Messenger of May 3. Several foreign journals have arrived up to a very late date, and it appears from their concurrent testimony, that something of an important nature is expected to be impending from America. The talents of Mr. Monroe as well as his discreet moderation, are well known, but he is notoriously one of the men of the Franklin school, who pursue important objects with the coolness, delint ration, and patient expectancy of men of business, instead or the aidor and ambition of kings and gtnttals. Europe lias been so much accustomed 10 the military spirit; as to have become rather experienced in a spirit ot a mot e cfiectuul kind, tire political spirit—li e slew but sure system < f political management to < biain a secret end. 1 his end, as regards America, is the possession of the country between her present ...

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From the National Inteligencer, Pensacola. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 August 1818

From the National Inteligencer, Pensacola. The President of the United States has, we understand, decided, that Pensacola, and the other Spanish posts, which hav.; been taken by General Jack sou, in the Floridas, shall be restored to the Spanish authority; bat with a requisition that ihe king of Spain shall, hereafter, keep such a force in those coltmies, as shall, enable him to execute, with fidelity, the fifth article of the treaty between the United States and Spain. That article, so far as it effects this subject is in the following words: “ I he “two high contracting parties shall, by “all the means in their power, maintain “peace and harmony among the sever“al Indian nation who inhabit the country adjacent to the lines and rivers, “wliicn by the proceeding articles, form ‘•Uie boundaries of tire two Floridas, a.id “the better to obtain this effect, both “parties oblige themselves, expressly to "restrain, by force , all hostilities on the •'fart of the Indian nations living wit...

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ALBANY,JULY 7 General Montgomery. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 August 1818

ALBANY,JULY 7 General Montgomery. The hallowed remvns of our beloved MON’i GOMEKY are relieved from a foreign land, where lor near Jony three years they have reposed, ’•unknowing and unknown.'’ From all the busy, world who have listened to a relation of his patriotism his devotion, and bis valor, from the host of thousands, who saw with amazement the might of his herculean arm When raised in the cause of Liberty, c tie, cm only could point to thr sod, urider whose favored pall our hero slept. That country to which his manly and generous soul was so exclu sively devoted have received hi; decay ing fragments of mortality to its bosom. In consigning thesesacred manesto the protection of our common mulhct, a grateful people will cherish in their hearts a sweet reir eniberai ce cf his virtues with an embittered regret at his untime y fate. We have now, in relation to one of the Fathers of our country redeemed our character from the imputation of ingratitude. AH this was die to the bereav...

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OHNIUB OF LIBERT! [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 August 1818

OHNIUB OF LIBERT! TUBSI DJI F, . ■ UGUST 4, T!u; jj:esidtrnt of the UnitedsX h.'.s decided that I’ensacoia and • h»l>attisls posts, taken by general '■ ! >. ill >'. i r, stored to the provided, however, that Ida SpanftS ! jcs’.y shall hereafter keep i rde'e of the treaty between the U.i,H j Spain, which binds him ‘-to rsttaafl | force ail hostilities on the part ctifl | Indian nations living within their yH | claries,” So that Spain will not | her Indians, to attack the | United States nor the Indians rcsifsfl within their territory.. H Anticipated. New York May 34th (hill In clearing the ruins of the oldS Paul's Chinch in this city on ThwM last, the workman struck on l lisH plate iti good preservation—'which <■ t cd to be in memory of an tmcitMpß end by the name of ,l Afontgomtrf’ was imereti near that spot, in JuljrW what year we could not disco»et-AflH a tedious research in Ancient Hslfl we find there was a general of killed near Quebec...

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