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lor Venius nj Liberty, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 August 1818
lor Venius nj Liberty, #f iny (iratori lh ; ,ik 1 I,ad 'Winn u . " Ca i a ! l ' ,u ‘ ie an &lt;S tl&gt;e in- •*, &amp;c. T; e ? m,n i stered l h fr6 «iy io t lO venl my mincl &gt;..iid i h Vi usan ’ You ask "e &gt;o tU I ny 1 arn not more atil di6 p!ay ao°m? S u laClie *’ or ralher * s ‘W* i win t c^ indlflerence “&gt;• "“'her and lL'a yOU - My "“mediate L n , dmolher » under ‘‘•ihS’C *'• ®* *** a * fey/Jamtltar connection* as possible; to select onl» a small circle of fr'erda, and to be extremely tauful l ow I extended u ” I Ids advice I have strictly endeavored to regard; but have frequently found mysell too precipitate in forming acquaintances. There is no one more particularly formed fer social life, no, cne feels a more exquisite pleasute in female society, than n.jself. 1 can truly say that 1 have spent the happiest horn s of my life m the society of amiable temnlea’’ But such is the present corrupt, slate of society, that it has...
GENERAL MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 August 1818
GENERAL MISCELLANY. Prodigy — A child has been exhibited al Castine, bom at “Poverty shore, 1 ’ in that vicinity which at it* birth weighto but 7 1 2 pounds, and being new 11 months old weighs sixty pounds? U is healthy and veil proportioned. Female Horse thieves— Two women in Massachusetts have been convicted ofhorse stealing, and sentenced, one to three, the other'to five months irnpris. on rnent. Drought, —The Scuih Carolina papers complain of unusual droughts 1 he hopes ol the hutbaocman aiu near ly cut oh. The- iurgesi reset vents are inti rely exhausted—even the cattle are suffering for water. In the- upper pail if Georgia, there has been no rain for il.Liy nine da) Edmund I. Laii is appointed cleii; of the distriel cum I t.i the United States for the county ol Alexandria v.ccG. Dtr-cale duced.
SODA Mil! WASHING. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 August 1818
SODA Mil! WASHING. It ii pci haps not generally known Uinta few (UHH.es of boda will i'.t.u i. of the halt, eat water, ami as ai article ul economy is j.iinicula'I) word the attention of every private fumiiy. 1 will he found greatly superior in wash ing to any kind ot pot or ptail ash now in use-, it gives a delicate whiteness t&lt; linen, without the sligh.est iii|Ui&gt;. am never, unless excess is Used, lias any tl feel upon the hands. 1 o glasses, decanters, table spoons. ■*c. it gives a luslie equal to the high est polish, and without labor, if washed u water in which tt small quantity hut lieeii dissolved, and in eveiy itislaiict where beauty depends on cleanliness, il is particularly useiui [■/rani - . A’t//. A man, very rich hut quite aiiiy, was reccoir. mended toa gentleman as a gi&gt;-&gt;c mutch for Ins daughter. “i\o, no,” said he-, ”1 would rather have a mall without none), than money without a man." Should the British ever hold Havanna, w...
Population of Illinois. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 August 1818
Population of Illinois. OFFICIAL EXHIBIT, Of the returns of the (Jtomin ssioners appointed agreeabl) to a law of the last session ol the legislature for the purpose of taking a census of the inhabitants of this tcrritoiy. irotn the Ku*kaakia fiafier. Counliee. tabulation. Madison, 5456 Randolph, 3939 (..•allstiii, 3256 St.Clair, 4519 Union, 2484 Bond, 1383 Monroe, 1358 Washington; 1 7u7 Jackson, 1396 Johnson, 678White, 3339 Crawford, 3 71 Pope, 1975 Ldwards, 194 8 To-a', 34,620 (No return has yet been received from Franklin county.) V\ e aie credibly informed that the census of the inhabitants cf Franklin county bus not been taken; the commissioner appointed by the govtrnt r having refused to serve. The j repebit population is 600 .—tmigrant No mail vhs received on Sut day.—• 1 he present barren stale of what is generally received as interesting news, renders it very immateiial whether mails are received or not.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 August 1818
Positively a Great Pertain. May be bad in that valuable house aid lot, the propeity ol betel be cdum&gt; the hor.be ib laige and eou.moti ous la. i s Upt n LouduUlt street, 1 tesi u g, the nt s large, \vitli a linen bt. ile i&gt; t II is property is wed tuietlu'eei for hi.y j t laic business, litelein.i xvili be mut;t ea•y u|oit an aiiyante oi luo ihoUbai ti uol.u;s. It will ee bold lor ore tlnin less hati its vali,e, pit,elded lbs sa'e is ctundeated in &lt;lO Oaj* hotn litib dale; app y to J. LI L'TLEJOLIM. August 4lh—3b. A Miller \\ anted. A man with a small family wLo can coine well recommended would be prefe red; employment v\ ill be given abort the (list of November next. WM. COOKE. Big-Spritg August 4 th. at. A Millet • if uned. A person well acquainted With the Milling Business. can meet with immediate employment by application to either Mr. James t dinnnds, Mr. Win. fdmorxls, or the subscriber, near Fauquier Court house. ALEXANDER EDMU-NUS. August 4th...
THE RECESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 August 1818
THE RECESS. FROM TH£ CIU BAZETTE. Celebration of the 4th of July. On the morning; of the 4th, the Gods assembled, in Honour of the Day,.on the top of Olympus. The morning was ushered in by songs of the nine muses and an hundred discharges of thunder. An oration was delivered by Mercury, and a choir of souls, who. I was told were soon to be sent down to find bodies in the United States, seated upon an artificial mound representing Hunkers Hill, arose and sung the following O.JDK. Arise! Arise! the theme inspires, And fill the sparkling goblet high; For on the spot where fell our sires Wc'Jl Freemen live, or Freemen die! No Throne we court, no Tyrant dread; The purple robe and brandished steel The min 1, nor dazzle, noruppa 1 , That dares to think and thinks to feel. Then elevate the vocal thought, Till yon cerulean arches ring; “Columbia’s Sons for Freedom fought, “And scorn’d to ask it of a King. “No narrow spot our view confines; “Let rocks and billows rise between, “Our hearts arc...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 August 1818
■ *1 ■ Culpepper Land FOR SALE. 1 HE subscriber, intending to remove to the west, will sell without reserve at public sale, on Friday, 25th of beptemIk r next, the farm on which he now resides, lying on the middle branch of Rappahannock; and enjoining the farm oi general Green: containing (£0 Acres, Two hundred of which ara first quality river bottom—a hundred and twenty or thnty of fine young timber, and auout sixty or seventy well taken with clovei; the residue though not in clover is strong and fertile. In point of fertility the above farm is inferior to none in the country, as the growing crops will testify; the situation is handsome and healthy, the improvements comfortable and sufficient for all fanning purposes; there is a sufficient quantity of land now in cultivation ol corn, lor theseeding of two or three hundred bushels of grain, which will pioduce as much wheat as any corn land: the terms ol sale are one third down; the ballancc in one and two years Aclear and unincumber...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 August 1818
Journeyman Cabinet MakersWanted Immediately, two or three Journeymen Cabinet Makeira, to whom constant employ, and the high est city wages will be given, by JOHN L. BOWEN, Winchester* 7aJuly 31.—3t. %* The Editor of the Genius of Liberty, Leesburg, i will ftlease insert the ahov.3 times IS' forward his account la the Constellation office/or /laymi nt. A Valuable Farm. FOR SALE. THE subscriber will sell that beau" tiful sy.d commodious farm on which he now resides, situated in an agreeable and healthy neighborhood, on the road leading from Warrcnton, Fauqr. County, to Alexandria, about three miles front the former and forty from the latter place The contemplated turnpike lo Alexandria will pass directly by or near the Farm, It contains about, 500 Acres, upwards of 300 acres are cleared and untier excellent improvement. It is well adapted to the clover and plaister sys lent of Farming, experiments having been made with considerable success The buildings ate a good frame dwel jug House...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 August 1818
Loudounr FOR Sg The subscribers win tracts of land, viz. Three Hundred about one ami a half ini( l 5; of Union and ments on this Unci uie , w houses and a good App| c . large proportion in springs of w a'er. —ALSO,. Ninety Sy a j of land adjoining the )a,„| u tiers, a good proportion plenty of limestone and springs of water, win, a dwelling house. The i t] made easy and a good tit t purchaser. Ihe ii rsi , may he very if required, into two knil || further intormaiion, . i;i scribe rs living near Budge. BANILL d Snickers’Gap 1 urnpike,) Saddle (Sj-* //,- maker. THE subscriber begs its the public generally that li mcnccd the above business site the court house. „„ ,j King and Market sliee-t, wilkonslamly keep a genera of the best and most f a shj 0 saddle k every other aitide in hie I ness. He has an baud an the most elegant and f ai f,, ol , INGS, which he selected in suitable lor h s business, will be sold low lor cash, John \ Lessburg, June £3, 1318 liifies, Guls, i'isto '1 he unde...
WcoXDirioxs. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 August 1818
WcoXDirioxs. good medium H* , | U - 0 1)01 OAKS per annum m\. .««,»; n ™ I&gt;uL : |V d i ji'cy ckn ib, &gt;i not i &gt;iiid L . 4 dralion of the year. No W ITi ||i„. discontinued until arrea.19 y, except el the discretion jHeditor. ■ tllTlst jii;!. T 5 will be inserted in manner, at one dollar per ■ for die three first insertions, and for cadi additional inter H fliose who tend in their advertise H .ill please to mention how often |B v i,l, tliem inserted, othenvise they H.continued until forbid, and chargft communications and Utters on bc-POST PAID.
Prom the Richmond Compiler. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 August 1818
Prom the Richmond Compiler. THE PAST A XI) THE IUTURI! Hiatary (says Boiingbroke) is philosophy teaching by example The growth of the North American family has been so astonishing, that no one in the old world could have foreseen its present results—The next idea is; what immense revolutions are wrapt in the womb of the next century! The first successful attempt to colonize N. America with while people was about the year 1607, when Smith, with a small band of two or three hundred, settled at James-Town. It was but a speck upon the map of time, that has grown into such stupendous importance, h was an event big with the iatc of millions ol human beings, though originally it was scarcely known beyond the bounds of the company that framed the expedition.— When they pitched their tents at James Town, the perils and sacrifices of these eaily pilgrims were beyondconiputation. They were among the first while men : who had met the copper colored Indian of North America face to face. The land...
From Dell's London Messenger, llay 17. AMERICAN ACTS, FOR EXCLUDING BRITISH COI ON lAL COMMERCK FROM AMERICAN FORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 August 1818
From Dell's London Messenger, l\lay 17. AMERICAN ACTS, FOR EXCLUDING BRITISH COI ON lAL COMMERCK FROM AMERICAN FORTS. It may lie remembered by ouf readers, that about two months since,a committee oftue American Congress produced a report upon the trade of America with the West Indies; in which the committee took a view of the comparative advantage of that trade with the British &amp; Americans. They staled, as far as we ourselves remember, that the value of the articles exported from America for the supply of the West India islands ex* ceeded the amount of two, millions; but that by the effect of the English navigation laws, the whole of thi»«upply was fcichtdhy British vessels—that the Au eiiculi vessels were not allowed to touch at a West India island, and that, in consequence, America left her fair i proportion ol the carrying trade of her j own produce. That the English were I prohibited by law from buying unless they wcie allowed *• carry, and that thus her maritime gre...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 August 1818
Notice. ILL jcllmy Richland estate, cong of 3600 Acres, between 30 and 35 miles from the ctolColumbia bounding 5 miles on otorrac, and 2 on Aquia. Three sof this estate consist of low ds of excellent quality; the woods d in locust, chesnut, black walnut, ry and oak. The soil is excelled aeon the Potomac, being adapted rn, wheat, and to that kind of tobaosed in Prince George’s county, Md nthe Patuxent. There are now in rabont 500 acres, &amp; in timothy 110 icb SO is reclaimed marsh land.— improvements are a manufacturing with i pair of stones, on a nevea g stream; 2 comfortable dwelling, s, i barns, and other out houses.*citutc will divide eligibly, into ol Irom 500 to 1200 acres, 8t would us sold if desired. Combining every le,advantage of property similarly led &amp; contiguous to one of the mosy If improving markets in the United *• A more minute description is ed unnecessary. 1 would also sell valuable free stone quan ie iy. ? Aquia Creek. The p diyrneiiib he mad...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 August 1818
0 Cents Reward. Ranaway from tire subscriber about Die middle of March last, an apprentice boy to the carpenter and bouse joiner business, by the name of Stephen Carnes, about IS years of age, live feet five or six inches high, stout made, a down cast look, and dark complexion.—Any person who will return said apprentice to roe in Leesburg shall receive the above reward; but no chatges paid, nor thunks returned. All persons ate hereby cautioned against harboring or trusting him on my account, as 1 shall pay no debts ol his contracting. JOHN HOUGH. Leesburg, Aug. 4. 2t.-
By THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. A PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 August 1818
By THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. A PROCLAMATION. whereas, by an act of the congress of the United States, of the third of Marc a, 1815, so much of the several acts imposing duties on the ships and vessels, and on goods and merchandize, imported into the United States, as impos cd a discriminating duty of tonnage between foreign vessels and vessels of the United Slates, and between the goods imported into the United States, in foreign vessels and vessels of the United States, were repealed, so far as the same respected the produce or manufactures of the nation to which such foreign ship or vessel might belong, such repeal to take effect m favor of any foreign nation, whenever the President of the United States should be satisfied that the discriminating or countervail! ig duties of such foreign nation, so far as they operate to the disadvantage of the Upi'cif Stales, have been abolished: And whereas satisfactory proof has been received by me, from the Burgomasters an...
The Surrender of Pensacola [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 August 1818
The Surrender of Pensacola GENIUS OF LIBERTY. TUKShJI V, AUGUST 11. Seems toagitate the political world more than any thing that has transpired for some time past. Much pains is taken to cast reflections on the conduct of the president, and the writers appear to feel tremblingly alive for the honor of (Jen. Jackson, on whose head, they are fearful, much odium will fall. The policy of Monroe, since his elevation to the presidency, had completely silenced the clamours of faction; and many were led to believe that party spirit had fled from our happy shores, and that the pohtica millennium was fast approaching The obsequious, clinging nunner in which the president was received, on his northern and eastern tour, in the “land of steady habits” and at ‘'the headquarters of good principles,” were ominous, to many, of an immediate amalgamation of parties. But it was then pi ed c ted, by experienced politicians, that the least faint pretext would arouse the same spirit of hostility that prev...