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DEFERRED ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 August 1818

DEFERRED ARTICLES. Baltimore, auo. 4. A woman by tlie name of Foster, living in Union street F P on Saturday afternoon stabbed tier husband to the heart with a fork, who instantly expired She was immediately committed to jail, together with a man who was in the house at the time, and supposed to have incited the woman, in tome manner,to commit this rash and horrid act. Patriot. FLOOD. . The river St. Giles in ( anfcda.on the 6th ol lulv rose to an unusual height in a very short time, destroying every thing upon its banks. Houses, Mills, bridges, trees, fences &c. were a vept f.M.n ineir foundation. Cuttle grazing 01 the low grounds were drowned. A woman and six children, in the parish of St Giles were precipitated into the flood along with the house and drowned The river rose 7 feet in twelve minutes. There had been no rain at St. Giles, for more than a week. The bed of the river was changed in several places. Extraordinary effort. — T t is stated in the Portsmouth Oracl...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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GENIUS OF LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 August 1818

GENIUS OF LIBERTY. TUESDJI I, JIVG VST 25. »CZs°ln consequence of the numerous favors of oui advertising friends, received at a late hour, much matter prepared for this day’s paper is unar-jidebiy omitted. MONROE. The new created opposition to Mr. Monroe labours hard, very hard to divide and distract the republican party. The president is assailed on all sides by those at the west who are ia the interest of Mr. Clay, whose advocates are more zealous if possible than were those of Clinton in 18)3. The first year of the present administration passed away with the warmest praise and most servile adulation; but discontented and disappointed ambition couid not quietiy look upon the increasing popularity of one who stood in the way to preferment Accordingly some pretext must be con* juredupto assail the peaceful progress of the president and retard, if possible, his growing greatness. The executive conduct, relative to the South American Patriots, was thought the most vul nerahls. At this...

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Protection, society, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 August 1818

Protection, society, A proposition has already beon made for tb« citizens of Loudoun to meet a t Waterford on the third Monday of Sep ternber next for the purpose ef forming a. protection society, similar to the one in Baltimore before which Mr. Tysop deliv. ered his excellent and patriotic oration on the 4th of July last. The necessity of such a society will be apparent to ev cry man who for a moment reflects upon the manifold evils attendant upon the unhappy sons of Africa, thro’ the hardened viliany nf those who make merchandise of human souls— the slave traders. Slavery is an evil of which we cannot immediately be relieved, but it is in our power to ameliorate the condition of thsse whose lot it is to serve without reward, and it is our duty to exercise that power. We are strongly urged to it—not only by political policy— 'Pit only by Christian precepts; but by the sacred principles of humanity—by those principles of our natures, which when we have done our duty whispers peace t...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 August 1818
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 August 1818

Valuable. L. mi at public s Will i « on.', id at jHiiic sale c premises on Wednesday Uic 2d «, u: in her, a valuable I*o L, coniainin One Hundred and Forty J in fairfax comity, about 3 miles Ire Lillie falls Bridge, v iMiiu i-4 of of the-New Turnpike L iao lead! Leesburg. Upwards of so ssrea« laud i,. in original growth of UaK, ury Sic. the balance recently clean acres of winch has never been in vatioii; the soil is fertile, and wtli r. to plaster and clover; ova valuaL puns the lands of Richard blaocl Lstj. the Uev. Wm. uladf, and is of uie tract belonging to Hie ntivs . ate John fuijcrvuie. The sale t place at I 1 o’clock, A M on the ( neve named. Terms oqe third purchase money in hand, the hula avo annual instalments. PriicAP C. JON efug. 25/A—3t. Loudoun Lam For Sale. By virtue of the last will and test of Jesse Jaiiney dec. will be oiler sale on the premises, on seventh cl lethofnext nionh, small tract u Vi of land on tut blue ftiugc, coat upwards of 60 Acred. l ljninmg the lan...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 August 1818

New Hotel on the Leesburg Road. i __ WASHINGTON DRAKE Respectfully informs his friepds k the public >h general, that he has opened a house of entertainment at his new building on the readleadingfrom Georgetown to Leesburg-—l5 miles from the former and 16 miles from the latter place.' The house and furniture are new and elegant and every requisite attendance has been provided for the genteel accommodation of either parties of pkaa ure or persons on business. There is an excellent spring of watfcr on the place, excelled perhaps by none in the state of Virginia. The distance from Georgetown, Washington, or Alexandria, being an agreeable ride, h« anticipates a share of public patronage, which he hopes his assiduity to business will justly merit. August 25th—3t. PUBLIC SALE. WILL be sold on Monday the Slst inst at my store in Leesburg, without resent?:, » large quantity of M E RCHANDIZ E. consisting of Dry Goods, Groceries and a variety of Fancy Articles— together will silver ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 August 1818

Land Negroes and stock At ' AUCTION. Agreeably to the last will and Testament of Charles Duncan, deed, the subscribers will offer for Sale, on the premises, to the highest bidder, on Tuesday the 13th day of October next if fair, if not the next fair day, the tract of Land, whereon the decedent lately tesided, adjoining the lands of William Beale, John Fox, and others, k containing by an old survey Five Hundred Acres," about one third of which is in wood, consisting of red and white oak, hickory, walnut and other valuable tinnier.— Perhaps lew upland faims in the county of its size, combine mure natural & real advantages than this; the situation lb pleasant, healthy, and surrounded witn the very best society; the land lies remarkably well ti.r farming, is well watered, the soil prolific and olan improveabie nature, being well adapted to tho use of poster; and the buildings convenient and comfortable. There is also on Tin Pet run, which passes thro’ the farm, a valuab t mi...

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THE RECESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 August 1818

THE RECESS. * The Man of Fashion. What is the iribdern man of fashion? A man ef taste and dissipation? A busy man, without employment; A happy man, without enjoyment; Who squanders all his timfc and treasures On empty joys and tasteless pleasures; Visits attendants, and attention, And courtly arts, 100 low to mention, In sleep and dress, and sport, and play, He throws his worthless life away; Has no opinion of his own, But takes from leading beaux the ton. Wtth a disdainful smile or frown He on the rifraf world looks down; The world polite, his friends and he - And all the rest are—-nobody! Taught by the great his smiles to sell, And how to write and how to spell; The great his oracles he makes, Copies their vices and mistsk.es; Custom pursues, his only rule, And lives an ape, and dies —a fool. A gentleman meeting the King's jester. asked what news!" Why Sir, (re j plied he) there are forty thousand men risen to-day. ‘1 pray to what end? (says the other) and what do they intend?"— W...

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 August 1818
Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 August 1818

Notice. I- WII,L selljmy Richland estate si-sting of i 3600 cres, ying between 30 and 35 mi lea fro District of Columbia bounding 5 n;i the Potomac, and 3 on Aquia. ' fourths of this estate consist o grounds of excellent quality; the • abound in locust, chesnut, black w hickory and oak. The soil ia ex by none on the Potomac, being ad to corn, wheat, and to.fhat kind of co raised in Prince George’s count] and bn the Patuxent There are I clover about 500 acres, & in timoth of which 80 is reclaimed marsh la The improvements are a manufact mill, with 2 pair of stones, on a faihng.slream; 2 comfortable dw« houses, 4 barns, and other out hou This estate will divide eligibly farms,offrom 500 to 1200 acres, & ■ ■be thus sold if desired. Combining possible advantage ofproperty si mi situated 8c contiguous to on.e of the rapidly improving markets in the t States. A more minute descripti deemed unnecessary. 1 would also some valuable free stone quarric rig on Aquia Cree...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 August 1818

Valuable Farce for sale. THE subscriber will sell that beauful and commodious farm on which he now resides, situated in an agreeable and'healthy neighborhood, on the road leading from Warremon, Fauqr. County to Alexandria, about three miles from the former and forty from the latter place The contemplated turnpike to Alexandria will pass directly by or near the Farm, It contains about, 500 Acres, upwards of 300 acres are cleared and under excellent improvement. It is well adapted to the clover and platster aystein of Farming, experiments having been made with considerable success.— The buildings arc a good frame dweling House, a Stone Kitchen, Brick Smoke and Ice House, and other convenient out houses of every description together with a large and commodious Burn with stables under the same. There arc two LARGE APPLE ORCHARDS of choice fruit and a great variety of other fruit trees, k a fine meadow—the whole farm is well watered. In short, it is reckoned among the most desirable Farm...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 August 1818

House and Lot foy I would sell pn liberal terh, lowing property j n U, e lo ,*' Ashby's Cap, viz. **:: Ji House and u 90 feet front and 19 1 yard*' house is large and commodJl. *" calculated for public busi,,!? * is 5 rooms and a passage on > and 3 rooms on the 2d, to»«k '* good stable, a kitchen k S L garden and grazing lot, all I, ed; —also 2 unimproved J ol , the same, 60 feet front andii,’ back. Ihe situation of the lot/ for building on. 11 Paris, May 19th, Oakland Farm for $3 THE farm which has been ad or some time in this paper. an a larly described', is still offered b X **■ E - beau] Fauquier county, ) April U, 1818. s > JUST RECEIVER AND for sale by the subscrifa, 10 chests Young Hyson and ™ a, this year’s importation 6 casks be st Goshen cheese 4S boxes mould candles - 10 kegs prime cavendish tobacco nls small 30 barrels N. E. rum whiskey. K - St, 11. RI.ACKLoet ’ Alexandria, April Uth, 181g_| r Dissolution of Pailne. The partnership heretofors under ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 September 1818

frHfi GENIUS OF LIBERTY. jjy sjiMUEL B. T. CALDWELL, LEESBURG, VA. PUBLISHER OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. . i , ii ■. ■_.! ■ ■■■ i in ■■ r i i i-i ■ ■ i ' i■ ii ■ • TUESDAY, SEPT. 1, 1818. No. 34.

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From the Richmond Enquirer 11th uit. EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 September 1818

From the Richmond Enquirer 11th uit. EDUCATION. ft is a delightful spectacle to see such menus Jefferson and Madison aftei having filled the highest offices in their country; engaged in organizing a sysun lor the improvement of the rising generation. These two have been lately associated with some of the .most d atmguished citizens of Virginia, in a beard —the transactions of which are given in the following sketch by an eye-wit-ness UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. The board of commissioners appointed by Virtue of the act of Assembly, for the purpose of enquiring and reporting a proper site for the University of Virginia, and for other purposes,' assembled at the tavern in Roc Wish gap, on the Blue Ridge, on Saturday the Is*. Jay of August, according to the directions of the law. Twenty one menribnS .attended, one from each of the Senatorial Districts. From the District pf Cumberland, fee. Creed Taylor * Dinwiddle, See. Peter Randolph Henrico, &c. W. Brockcnborough Rockingham, A...

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

fob tfALK--*forcash. ' ,» ue of« deed of trust from John Frances h»s wife, to secure *«raeui of the sums of money ISentioued,' with the costs upon 1 ® ttfill I'M* Knirl lit E.meut of the sums o. money (f/lni.oned, with the costs upon accruing, will be sold at I*" .... i„ \Voodstock, ShenauS “ ccru ' ng ’ Wl , ll b ? d * ;t I r tavern in Woodstock, bUcnauKoouty, ou the t7*l. day oi Lti being court day, a (1, being couu uaj. a Tract of Land • at... a .Sa) rVi.nH; bant) being in the said County of Ljoab, being pert of a large tract r d by the Corel nor of Virginia, TViliiam ElUiy and at the north side cbig ridge containing 3,650 Acres, la one other TRACT »n the counf Hwdv (being a part of a tract gran, o tiifc said Wm. Eilaey, „ahd lying. South west corner thereof) con--354 acres, | tract will be sold at MoorScid on the ■day of the court, to be held for lir County in September next; the lat this Land will be made at the tHouse door in Moorheld. John Isjobn one of the Trustees will atJj...

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

Land Negroes and STOCK AT AUCTION. AgrHeeably to the last will and Testament of Charles Duncan, deqd. the subscribers will offer for Sale, on the premises, to the highest bidder, on Tuesday the 13th day of October next if fair, if not the next fair day, the tract of Land, whereon the decedent lately resided, adjoining the lands of Messrs. William rtcale, John Fox, and others, k qontaining by an old survey live Hundred Acres* about third of which isin wood, con. sisting of red-and white oak, hickory walnut and other valuable timuer.— Perhaps few Upland farms in the county of its size, combine more natural & real advantages than this; the situation is pleasant, healthy, and surrounded with the very best society; the land lies remarkably Well for farming, is well wa tered, the soij prolific mid ofan improveable nature, being welt adapted to the use of plaster; and the buildings convenient and comioruble. There is also on Tin Pot run, which passes'thro' the farm, a valuable ...

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

FOR SALE, A Valuable Farm In Jefferson County, Va, By virtue of i decree, of the Superior court of Chancery, for the Richmond District in >frirginia, in a suit wherein the Executors of gen. George Washington, were plaintiff* and Gerrard Alexander, Thomas L. Al-1 exander by Ludwell Lee his appointed i guardian in this case, Ludweit Lte> HfchartlH.L Washington, John A. Washington, Bush rod (V Washington and Maty Lee Washington Defendants, will he exposed to sale to the highest bidder I lor ready money, on the premises, on ! 1 uesday the isthr day oi September next, all that tract or parcel ot land lying in Jefferson county, in Virginia on Bulletin, commonly called KOCKHALL, containing five hundred and forty ACRES, now in the occupation of John Sanders. , The above Tract of land lies about 18 miles from Winchester and about t miles from Charlestown and on, the mam road leading from Winchester to Baltimore, city of Washington and Alexandria. It is well adapted to F...

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

Loudoun Land For Sale. By virtue of tfte last Will and testament of Jem Janney dec. will be offered for sale on the premisesion seventh day the 13th of next month, small tractor par* cel of land on the bltte Ridge, containing - upwards of--60 Acres. adjoining the land of Morris Osburn, the heirs of James Mc’llheny and others ;the improvements are a house, small orch* aids, See. and a quantity of good timbci. Likewise, By virtue of the same testa* merit, will be sold on the premises on third day ,the 15th of next month, the plantation or tract of land whereon James Alders now resides, late the prop* e rtyof John Hosket, containing about one hundred and five Acres . lying on the Turnpike road about 3 miles below Fumpkintown, witn a comfortable log house, barn, stable tec. wall a good chance of seeding this fall, there - is said to be a valuable Mill Seat. ona good stream of water. Immediate ,v possession given of both tracts, the lei m* 1 made known and due attendence given " 3 on the...

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, Fhe Man of Fashion. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 September 1818

, Fhe Man of Fashion. THE RECESS. What is the modern man of fashion? A man of taste and dissipation? A busy man, without employment; A happy man, without enjoyment; Who squanders all his time and treasurea On empty joys and tasteless pleasures; Visits attendants, and attention, And courtly arts, too low to mention, In sleep and dress, and sport, and play, He throws his worthless life away; Has no opinion of his own, liut tabes from leading beaux the ton. With a disdainful smile or frown He on the rifraf world looks down; The world polite, his friends and he . And all the rest are—nobody! 1 aught by the great his smiles to sell, And how to write and how to spell; The great his oracles he makes, Copies their vices and mistakes; Custom pursues, his only rule, And lives an ape, and dies —a fool, A gentleman meeting the King’s jester, asked What news!” Why Sir, (replied he) there are forty thousand men risen to-day. ‘1 pray to what end? (says the other) and what do they intend?’’— Why to...

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