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nev patents. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 August 1818

nev patents. We have seen a register of the patents ailed during the year IS 17 at the pat-int-ofEce, Washington. They indicate very active stale of the American mud, continually bent upon discovei ie , itrnally groping after something which sor seems tube an improvement. They lr * *7* in number, and embrace a large Pwre of operations. Some of them arc Jutociently curious. There is a Gramnatical Key; a Convalescent Chair; an Accommodation Couch, Elixir of life, spring Vaccinator; Veterinary Venlil*u Bath; Grand -Antibilious and deWative Gurides; Remedy for the tooth- ■ **’ c - Many olheis arc devoted useful subjects. There aie not less n nine patents connected with implements in steam engines; a variety it. P ate nts in w.iter-whecls; various cs ol moving vessels by condensed New v * p '"' er ’ Ste “-T engines, bee ttnmk 0I ? ,e,:mB to claim the greatest •hat «•* ** « lt: P att 'htees, 45 being lioni k * te > Massachusetts, which would b'ara ! >o,et ' t0 lle mo...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 August 1818
Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 August 1818

Caution. Tie] üblic me hereby cautioned agalust U listing ilie following named perio is; Edward Vanbloker, Tailor, bout five feet 10 inches high, and well uade, and rather a dark, sandy complexion. . Samuel Ekclburger, Tailor, about five feel -two inches high, very slender, dark skin and light hair. David Whitaker, Tailor, about five feet high, well made and very active, and dark complexion, and C. Ercst, Hatter, about SO years of age—six feet high, well made and very active for a man ot his age. The three first named persons absconded from Leesburg on the Bth inst. without paying their board. It is supposed they have gone to winchester, as they are journeymen after employ.—. The last named person absconded about a week beforey without paying his board. It is hoped that this caution will induce the public not to trust them, as it is evident they are destitute of every gentlemanly or honorable principle. Wm. WOODDY. Leesburg, August llth—3t. Notice. The subscriber having removed from...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 August 1818

PROPOSALS FOE PUBLISHING IT SUBSCRIPTION, THE CONSTITUTION AND REGULATIONB OP THE SOCIETY OP ANCIENT MASONS, Ih VIRGINIA, CONTAINING 1. The constitution and laws of thfe grand Lodge of Virginia, published in the new Ahiman Rizon; in 1791. 3. Such regulations of a general and permanent nature, as have been pass* ed by the grand Lodge since the pub* lication of the new Ahiman Kizon, up to 1 Uh Dec. 1817. 3. A methodical Digest of the constitution end regulations now in force, drawn from the foregoing sources—with notes of reference, and a copious index. BY JAMES HENDERSON. MASTER OF MANCHESTER LODGE NO. 14 CONDITIONS. The above work will be published on good paper and a well defined type. The price to subscribers will be Si 7S cents in boards, or S3 bound. ECT'Subscriplions received at this of* fio;. LAND FOU SALE-—for cash. By virtue of a deed of trust from John Bogue and Frances his wife, to secure the payment of the sums of money therein mentioned, with the costs upon such sales ac...

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THE RECESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 August 1818

THE RECESS. w I'rom the I’ilttburg Gazette. A PARODY ON THU DOWNHILL OF LIFE. In the uphill of life, whm I find 1 am toiling; May my lute no less fortunate prove; Than a well furnish’d purse to assist my tlirmoiling, And a dear little girl that 1 lotc; With a cellar w ell stoi’di and a cook to my mind, And u friend that ne'er wishes to Dor t o\v; Til indulge my good humor when’er so inclin’d And invite him to dinner to morrow. \\ ith a coat to my back, that / am übk to pay for, Whether specie or paper prevail; And a wife who at church, 1 shall ne’er have to stay lor, And a brewer that gives me good ale. V, uh a couch to recline on, a valet to wait, And tobacco to puff aw ay sorow? Td envy not liony, his honour or state, Nor exchange places with him tomorrow. From political storms, may my mind be completely Secured by its indolent ease, And my wife, when address’d, always answer me sweetly, “Just, my dear sir, as you please ” lion: duns and from lawyers! aloof may 1 stand, And from s...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 August 1818

Culpepper Land FOR SALE. THE subscriber, intending to remove totlie west, will sell without reserve at public wile, on Friday, 251h of heptem-| btr next, the farm on which he now re-! sides, lying on the middle branch of Rappahannock; and adjoining the faint of general Green: containing 350 Acres, Two hundred of which at* first quality river bottom—a hundred and twenty or Unity ci fine young timber, and about sixty or seventy well taken' with clot tr; the residue though not in clovet is strong and ft itile. In point of futility the above firm is inferior to none in the country, .as the growing crops will testify; the situation is handsome and healthy, the improve-! incuts condor table and sufficient lot ail farming purposes; there is a sufficient I quantity of land now in cultivation of corn, for theseeding of two or iluce hun-: tired bushels of giain, which "ill pro-! duct us much w heat as any corn land; the terms of sale aie one third down; the baliance in one and two years Aclen...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 August 1818

Positively a Great Bargain. M#y be had in that valuable house and lot, the propeilyof Pete Uenedum;the house it large and cmivniodious stands upon Loudoun street, Leesburg; '.lie lot is large, with a Prick stable &c. this property is well calculated for any public business, the terms will be made easy upon an advance of two thousand dollars. It will be sold for one third less than its value, provided the sale is compleated in 20 days from this date, apply to J. LITTLEJOHN. August 4th—3t. A Valuable Farm, FOR SALE. THE subscriber will sell that beau" ful and commodious faint on which he now resides, situated in an agreeable and healthy neighborhood, on the road ; leading from Warren ton, Fauqr. Coun- : ty to Alexandria about three miles Iron) the former and forty from the latter place The contemplated turnpike to Alexandria will pass directly Ly or near the Faun, It contains about, 500 Acres, Upwards of 500 acres are cleared andun'* der excellent improvement. It is well a...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 11 August 1818

Loudoun Land - for SALR , T he subscribers will , e i|' I tracts of land, viz. '“H'l Three Hundred Jl cr . about one ami a half milesfr om of Union and Bloomfield. T|, . nients on this land are two 1' ""S.! houses and a good Apple large proportion in timber. springs of water —ALSO-. Ninety Six jiores of land adjoining the lard 0 f p’ ders, a good proportion j n e 7, plenty of limestone aim u springs of water, with a A" 1 ," 1 * dwelling house. The ten*.*' 1 , made easy and a good title B i, Hl 1 putchaser. 'I he first tnenti may be ve.y conveniently > if required, into two < ma n f ’ Clt ' 4 further information, apply £%■" *"■* «». DAK ILL RRo^-jj THOS. Snickers’ Gap Turnpike } June 9, 1818— t*. v Saddle Sj dlco Makei?. THE subscriber begs leave toi„J the public generally that he |, a , % menced the above b u .,;„e S s nearly site toe court house, on the c'Jal eiing and Market street, when i, I wiJlcons-.aßtly keep a general assort.J ot the best and most fashio...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 August 1818

km GENIUS OF LIBERTY. B. T. bALT)WEIL. LEESBUHG, VA. PUBLISHER OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. TUJiSDAF,JiUGUSt 18, 1818. ???? No. 3*

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COXDirIOJSrS' [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 August 1818

C OXD irIOJSrS ' L o „..'.w ”" lb ' [Wa week on good medium r i°iVO I)ULI.aU» pei’ K. or TWO UOL. r . ni'TV CENTS, if not paid K the year. No [ M lbt: discontinued r until arrearP paid, except at the discretion [editorwill be inserted in rJcuous manner, at one dM:ir per lor the three first insertions, and * fiveccnla for each additional inscr Those who send in their advertise . will plea 3e to mention how of.en Jj sll inserted, otherwise they „ continued until forbid, and (urdingiyP All communications and letters on PAW.

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LETTERS FROM THE SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 August 1818

LETTERS FROM THE SOUTH. Dear Frank , I have often regretted that our young men, whose fortune it is to have lei sure, means and opportunity, instead of gadding into foreign countries, did not sometimes take it into their heads to visit their own. All that is worth knowing of Europe, may be learned from books; and it too frequently hap» pens that a visit to the celebrated scenes of antiquity* answers no. other purpose than to diminish our enthusiasm, by substituting the impression of a dull in significant reality in place of a glowing picture of the imsgnaticn. Ido not find that these pilgrims to the simne of the classics, return with more vivid impressions of ancient genius Or mag* nijicence; op the contrary, the only ideas they in general seem to have retained, are those of beggars infesting their way; mule drivers attempting every species of extortion* IhliS abounding in inconveniencies and fleas; and inn. keepers practising every act of imposition. In short the labors and privati...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 August 1818

15 i Miller Wanted, jwrioft well acquainted with, the Milling Business. meet with immediate employment ppiication to either Mr. James Ldis,Mr. Win. Edmonds, or the sub. ur, near Fauquier Court house. ALEXANDER EDMONDS. Ogust 4th.—3t. JUST RECEIVED iilD for sale by the subscribers, i chests Young Hyson and nnperia this year’s importation cßiksbest Goshen cheese boxes mould candles kegs prime cavendish tobacco small barrels N. E. rum * whibkey. N. & R. BLACKLOCK.,, Jexandria, April Uth, 1818—ly proposals “ rtlcusmuc BY SUBSCRIPTION, SStiruilON AND REGULATIONS [n * F THF SOC I ICTY OP SCp/NT MASONS, In ' } VIRGINIA, CONTAINING Jt constitui; U! | and la'vs of the gram: geot Virginia, published in the ■Amman Rizonj in 17 yl. ; '' re S l tlatiuus of a general and ■bv ” s buve been pass--I‘Ojlge since die pub in, , f,illl( - ‘ evv. Ahiuutn Uizon, up "lb 1 1 8|7> ,;Pig^ 6 ( 0 f iJ, B constituregulations now in force lb's. ~ 01nd,e hw' l "oing sources—-rctei-eifec}, an...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 August 1818

Dissolution of Partnership. The partnership heretofore existing under the firm of Humphreys and Conrad is this.day dissolved) by mutual consent; all debts due the concern will be received, and ail debts due from the concern will be paid by D. P. ConradJohn Humphreys. Daniel P. Conrad. JLEESBUHG, August Blh 1818. The Business will in future be carried on by L). P. Conrad at the old stand, the stone House opposite the Court House, where he offers for sale a valuable assortment yf seasonable goods. ji Daniel P. ConradAugust 1 llh—3t. ' . Advertisement, As / have it desire to move to i Ibe westward, P wish to sell Two Houses^ lying on Loudoun street, Leesburg; one wcathci boarded, 32 leet front with a goou kitchen and stable.—'l he other is a small BlilUK BUILDING, with 6 rooms, ot all finished, with a good cellar used as a kitchen, aaaljy is left between tor the use of both houses; the lot is 53 loot 9 inches in front atid 127 feet bade; i will sell one or both houses os may beat suit ...

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Fyom the Bond of Union. AMUSEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 August 1818

Fyom the Bond of Union. AMUSEMENT. During the lata war, a small schooner, laden with silks, wine and brandy, belonging tOvStonii.gtown, Mass, was hailed on her homeward bound passage from France, by a British armed brig when the following dialogue took place between the commanding officer of the brig and t he master of the schooner. Ojficer. Schooner ahoy! Yankee. Hallow! Officer. Who commands that schooner? ' , Yankee. Why Brother Jonathan us'd to but I do now. Officer. Brother Jonathan! who the d—l is Brother Jonathan? Yankee. Why you must be a darn'd 1001, not to kpow Brother Jonathan—ev'ry body in. town knows him. Officer. Send your boat on board. Yankee. I don’t know whether 1 shall or not; for the boat’s all soggy and 1 ain’t £ot no new clothes—Brother Jona thin’s got a new coat, it lie’s a mind to go, he may, but I ni sine 1 shan’t. Officer. Strike! Yankee. Strike! why I ain’t got nobody here to strike, but father, and he’s a cook'ng, and he’s crazy, and if I strikd him he 11...

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From the Monthly Msgazine. MEN OF BUbINEijS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 August 1818

From the Monthly Msgazine. MEN OF BUbINEijS. The very greatest men of business that the world has yet produced have been distinguished for their predilection to literature. As a statesman, Demos thenes is bo less celebrated than as an orator. Cicero is scarcely more famous as a barrister than as an author- Milton, In his own day, was more renowned as a practical politician and secretary of state, than as a poet. Shakspeare was quite as good a theatrical manager as any of his successors. Sheridan was certainly as able a debater in the bouse of commons, notwithstanding his comedies, as the gravast man ot business there. .Lorenzo da Medici was as clever a money dealer as Mr. Roschiid, and as successful in the negociation of foreign loans too, although addicted to the •profane and unprofitable art of poem making.’ The late sir William h'orhes was quite as good a banker as any in Lombard-street evea whilo he was writing the life of Beattie. The great Lord Chatham stood as high with the p...

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From the Richmond Com/iiler, July 20. MISERIES OF PRINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 August 1818

From the Richmond Com/iiler, July 20. MISERIES OF PRINTERS. Among the complaints, which the edieditors of our newspapers have to make, and they are most ceitainly not “few nor far between,” is that most crying sin of negligence in many count, y post offices. After we have been at all the pains of collecting news, seeing the paper set up, worked from the press, directed to subscribers, and carefully depositing them in the post office, our whole labors is sometimes set at naught by the remissness of a country post master. He will not forward the paper to the subscriber, or to the heigh, boring offices. Sometimes the packet which is addressed to his own office let it arrive ever so safely into his own hands, never reaches the different individuals' for whom it was intended Sometimes the Postmaster itches to learn the news himself—opens the pa. per, cons it over, throws it down, and it is never replaced in the box. Sometimes he hands out a paper to a particular friend, \vho never thinks...

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SALU'imr HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 August 1818

SALU'imr HINTS. ON AN INTERESTING SUBJECT TO TOUNC PEOPLC. Extracted from a valuable little volume entitled, «Letters on Courtship and Marriage.” ■\ ' .n, ■- “Unhappy matches are often occasi *ned by mere mercenary views in one or in both of the parties, or by the head strong notion of ill conducted passions. By a prudent and injudicious proceeding, in cur addresses to a young lady of a good natural temper, a probable foundation may be laid for making her an agreeable companion, a steady friend & a good wife. And after marriage, by continuing in the road of prudence and judgement; we may erect a superstructure of as much real felicity, and as refined an enjoyment of life, to its latest period, as any other scheme can justly lay claim to. I shall give you my deliberate thoughts on these four particulars, I shall make each the subject of a different letter, & to be less confused, put them under a sort of method—And, First, Many unhappy matches are »r--cottoned ...

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GENIUS OF LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 18 August 1818

GENIUS OF LIBERTY. TUESDAY, AVGUST 18. Inters from the South. — Our leaders II Sod on the first page of this day’s per an extract from an interesting litirolume entitled '••Letter* from the B*."The extract which we have given, msa b.otv at the local prejudices of our iiotrymen and at the ignorance which welltrs frequently exhibit of thtcusmanners &c. of their own native untrjr. * There it no question but a thorough »*l*dg* of the different sections of *o*n common country, anti of the ■ficter and manners of our own connPSen will do away those pernicious * Dre judic*s existing one see- | tilths country against the other, preSicca which like the Upas emits a influence around. Prejudices up'*Mcn we ought to frown with indig,|,n - We should look upon each secI, 1 as con -titUfitii pans o! the same and upon each other a s fr'htis of the same political family, by re die same,differing only in educa* * * u d in manners; and when necessa- * s peak of each other's fault*, we . a s...

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