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

Notice. I: WILL selljmy Richtand estate, consisting of 3600 cres, ying between 30 and 35 mile* from the District oiColumbiabounding 5 miles on the Potomaci and 2 on Aquin. Three fourths of this estate consist of low grounds of excellent quality; the woods abound in locust, chesnut, black walnut, hickory and oak. The soil is excelled by none on the Potomac, being adapted to corn, wheat, and to that kind of tobacco raised in Prince George’s county, Md and on the Patuxent There are now in clover about 500 acres, k in timothy I 10 of which 80 is reclaimed marsh land.— The improvements are a manufacturing mill, with 2 pair of stones, on a never failing.streann; 2 comfortable dwelling, houses, 4 barns, and other out houses.— This estate will divide eligibly into farms,of from 500 to 1200 acres, & would be thus sold if desired. Combining every possible advantage of-property similarly,, situated Sc contiguous to one of the most rapidly improving markets in the United Stages. A m...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 September 1818

Valuable Farm 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 Warrenion, 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 SOO acres are cleared and under excellent improvement. It is well adapted to the clover and plaister system of Farming, experiments having been made with considerable success.— The buildings are 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 Barn with stables under the same. There are two LARGE APPLE ORCHARDS of choice fruit and a great variety of other fruit trees. & a fine meadow—the whole farm is well watered, lo short it is reckoned among the most des...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 September 1818

House and Lot f or f I would sell on liberal tern, !owing property in tl, e Ashby s Gap, viz. «? A House 90 feet front and 121 yani 1 house is large and comrnodi,! Si calculated for public bu, ;ss rooms and a passage on tu, l^ linn 3 rnr.mo mi n.i *6 l«t a bu »i«es & . ■ _ . —ge on is. i ■'i and 3 rooms on the 2d, to e «K !| C good stable, a kitchen k 8 " er »^ »iij garden and grazing lot, all S,S edj—also 2 unimproved ha. same, 60 feet front ail(| * i%. k. Ihe situation of the lot.'.>«* for building on. ’’ . ISAAC SETt,J is, May 19th, l*iB_, 6m Paris, Oakland Farm for ,%l THK farm which has been or some time in this ■<>„.. _ a,ei jarly described', is still offered* fo* by R*» E. I'auquier county, Reale, April 14, 18 18. $ JUST RECEIVED AND for sale by the subscril 10 chests Young Hyson and j, a, this year’s importation 6 casks best Goshen cheese 46 boxes mould candles 10 kegs prime cavendish tobacn 15 small 20 barrels N. E, rum whiskey. ...

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

GENIUS OF LIBERTY. pY SAMVEL B. T. CALDWELL, LEESBURG, VA. PUBLISHER OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. (VOIThO TUESDAY, SEPT. I, 1818. No. 34.

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

> : u FOB tract will be sold at Mooi'field on the d a y of the court, to be held for uy County in September next,- the gi'mis Land will be made at the i House door in Moorfield. John Icjolm one of the Trustees will atioihe sales; the title is indisputable. JOHN LITTLEJOHN, 1 H sXMI.M. EL) WARDS, I g SAMPSON BUNCOS,J {? SML& —for cash. ■ to* 1 of a deed of trust from John r * T fences his wife, to secure JC *" t „f the sums of money with the costs upon "ties accruing, will be sold it r tavern i» Woodstock, bhenanc county- o,,thel7t ‘: riay 01 bi ? um ' . ocins court day, a U em, ccn‘6 Tract of Lam , n(J being in the said County of , n dosb, being part of a large tract a br the Governor ot Virginia, an,*,,, Ellzty and at the north side -l,i s ridge containing § ? 650 Acres, one other TRACT ,n the counHurdv (being a part of a tract gran. 9 mb said Wm. Elizey, and lying, boutb west corner thereol) con 324 acres, ftttburg August 11 tl- —tds. B. The editors of the C...

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

Land Negroes and STOCK AT AUCTION. Agreeably 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 tesided. adjoining the lands of Messrs. William tJeaie, John Fox, and others, k containing by an old survey l ive Hundred Acres, about one thiid of which it in wood, consisting of red-and white oak, hickory walnut and other valuable timuer.— Perhaps few upland farms in the county of us 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 fanning, is well wa tered, the soij prolific and ofan improveable nature, being well adapted to the use of plaster; and the buildings convenient and comlorublc. There is also on Tin Pot run, which passes thro’ the farm, a valuabl...

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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 a decree, of (he Superior court of Chancery, for the Richmond District in ia, in a suit wherein the Executors of gen. George Washington, were plaintiffs and Getrard Alexander, Thomas L. Al- 1 exander by I.udwell Lee his appointed guard uni m this case, Ludwell Lte, IttcuardH.L Washington, John A. Washington, Bushrod Washington and Maty Lee Washington Defendants, will he exposed to sale to the highest bidder j lor ready money, on the premises, on ‘ Tuesday the 1 Ally day of September next, all that tract or parcel ol land lying in Jefferson county, in Virginia on Bullskin, commonly called KOCKHALL, containing five hundred and lolly ACHES, now in the occupation of John Sanders. , The above Tract of land lies about 18 miles from Winchester and about « miles from Charlestown and on the main road leading from Winchester to Baltimore, city of Washington and Alexandria. It is Well adapted to Flaister, and clover auu ia in qual...

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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 Jesse Janney dec. will be offered fur sal* on the premises) on seventh day the 13th of next month) small tractor parcel of land on the bltae Hidge, containing upwards of 60 Acres. adjoining the land of Morris Oshurn, the heirs of .hones Mc’llheny and others ;tbc improvements are a house, small orchards, Sic. and a quantity of good timber. Likewise, By virtue of the same testament, will be sold on the premises on third day ,lhe lath of next month, the plantation or tract of land whereon James Alders now resides, late the prope rtyof John Hesket, containing about one hundred and Jive Acres . lying on the Turnpike road about 3 mites below Punipkintown, witn a comfortable log house, barn, stable cic- with a good chance of seeding this Jail, there is said to be a valuable Mill Seat. on a good stream of water. Immediate possession given of both tracts, the tci imt made known and due attcndence given on the day of sale by ...

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

«rs to wit, a plan for th* buildings, the bmnchts ef learning to b* taught in the University, the number and description of profeaaotahipa; and atici general provisions at map oe proper to be enacted • for the better organiaation 8c governing the University. The committee cbnsisted of Messrs. Jefferkm, Madison, Roane, Stuart*' Dade* and Httckcnridge. Sundry offer* were received ol voluntary contributions, namfely, from the Rector k Trustee* bf,Washington college, of their lands ajid houses, in Lexington, their stock, kc. and frotli Mr. John Robinson'of Rockbridge county, of sundry tracts of land and slaves, to take effect after hia death, all upon the condition that the university should be to* cated at Lexington, and from the trus- - tees of t he Central College in Albemarle of their lands and houses, subscription money, kc. on the condition that the university should be fixed at the Central College. The question as to the location of the university was decided at the next meeting ...

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■ll 1 " / INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 September 1818

■l l 1 " / INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS. The spirit of internal improvement is becoming very general; throughout the United States and their territories.— The siste of New York, for boldness of design', enterprise and activity unquestionably takes the lead; but several of -the other states evince a determination not to remain far behind. Massachusetts fits for. several years been engag ed in constructing canals, and is now reaping a profitable harvest from the Middlese x canal; the first of her laborsi Pennsylvania has awakened St is straining every nerve to extend her commerce by improving the old and creating dew channels of internal communication— Nor i» this species of enterprise confined to the country east of the mountains: Ohio has manifested a deep interest in the success of our Grand canal, and efforts are miking in the vicinity of the rapids of the Ohio rivor, to effect a safe and convenient passage round them— We regret, however, to learn that the inhabitants of that region are ...

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LIBERTY OF CONSCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 September 1818

LIBERTY OF CONSCIENCE. GENIUS OF LIBERTY. TUTSIUF, Si,FT. 1. It |s a little remarkable, that in a gov. eminent m ours, which tolerates all religious societies, and guarantees to all men the Inestimable privilege of wor. shiping agreeably to the,dictates of their own consciences, that there should, in tueba government, be found any sect or denomination of Christians, so intolerant ami illiberal as it appears the baptist society of Lexington Ky. hare pro. ved themselves, by proscribing free masonry, Tammany k all other secret societies. A committee of the first Baptist' church in Lexington have made a lengthy report on the subject, which they close by the following resolution. ■ “Resolved , that'this church considers it inconsistent with the character and duties of the members of her body, here* after to unite themselves to the freemason, Tammany N or Other society, the principal of whose union is secrecy, or who having thus united themselves to such society, hereafter to associate in...

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Waterjord Meeting, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 September 1818

Waterjord Meeting, Soma doubt seems to arise if> the mind ot a writer under the signature o! Justice,” in the last Washingtonian as to the propriety of meeting at Waterford for the purpose of forming a society to ameliorate the condition of the blacks.— The principal ground*, of objection urci that our vicinity-has not witnessed the infamous outrage* which have been practiced in the neighboring counties, and that, if it had, Waterford would pot he the right place because there are in it* vicinity a number of the society of Jritndi-. The reason* here assigned a* objections to Waterford, are certainly very strong reasons, why Waterford should be the place of meeting. In the first place such an undertaking should be entered upon with judgment and de liberation—it i's therefore reasonable to suppose that in a county a little remote from these “infamous,outrages” the peo. pie would not be over heated by a spirit of revenge; but, actuated by a noble zea| to aid tbe cause of hum...

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Yoyng ladies, Old maid,, J||| t, 7'lTnd-S [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 September 1818

Yoyng ladies, Old maid,, J||| t, 7'lT nd -S '• 1 ** “ a# * or, g been cußtoj^uJjl^S our several wants known ZSHi medium of the newspaper jH become fashionable lor ’JSSS make their greatest of ali wjBI in the same way. j n confeSSi this highly commendable cuiSl induced to adopt the qJujH newspaper, to notify at) of whatever age or condition, & long have been, a many, that I am rather &»o|ti9|| than otherwise', that 1 pesitsßii disposition & pliant teinp«9H enough to resent an insult, lUiUi received a classical read and write sultictent toiZS| conscience and my own nJ39j| my polite education hsswst. 3W getber neglected, although B|| dancing master never positions, nor the polite s>t o|S| yet 1 instinctively nod, on damsel, and s«y “/«,» efy, considerable grace, tUtl LB much property eithcrimniedutf pectaucy—l hive to be sure kimß relatives, but whether iflM is difficult to determine, ipd S* should, 1 cannot vouch tordwirlfl ty to me, ther...

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

HORRID MURDERrj Hagerstown, August . Lizar, of ttys county, was Wednesday the l 19th inst. of''?® George Lizar. The p»rticulat*3l as they have come to our taWjJH theses A dispute arose b«twe*?SJ| mai/ and his son, in which 'h* 3 received a blow on the tack with a lafge club, which term»Wj| existence in a few derer has not yet been *PP . is said to be lurking abouMUtap| borhuod. " J

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Prom a London |jj [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 September 1818

Prom a London |jj A plan is in agitation three centuries since for German Ocean aud the Dflh*»" v » ‘ • ,'XA-' .I'iavlß lEP ..■■itpUseS to **’ A HP r {!uVcoveroc with ice at (.•«•>- °‘ Ap 'A lfl‘ h8 Si Petersburg to Cron>as arrived, at Porte.wiih; Occam on which she °‘ th,eß Rations were making at Berlin nSmiit “ bronze to W&rl ‘bn man* Himself so conspic Ert W wa> against Bonaparte. Er iun ctioH ol the Nofur £>s» w.ih Keltic, by means of a canal, is, again Ej/tsuoiinewspapers in different quf>.rE»|Uie Bnioft have been for some Ef’ery earnestry engaged in. djscusE toe merits and urging the pi ctenW*,.*( dititrent persons, as suitable Br (r .y.. i..r Idling the Residential olis certainly a very premature Et eoprohtable controversy and om IL, o u S ht for a season to be suspeutiEqjetuic the term of service of the Kdetitw more than one fourth, ev Cjl, nic feverishness of. ambition to E’mnited lor us own sport to sur up ...

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tn >he mdil ofV' we Wre in death [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 September 1818

tn >he mdil ofV' we Wre in death I dIy! n A * CHOLY --On Satjmornmgiiast.aboutday light,aa Mr. * respectable young «, c ,'V“ Wn ’ a B ecl « bout 34 > engag. ««ath e r, * h * rev> Wm - Qjlmore’s toinU- * u *earora, was in the act el ' j lher tbere wer< loose dn the wallower «!£?! “ le W * CO S the ‘Wil 7 reason of hi* weight and (til t y* m * n g Hi the buckets, and n **»ffstshs£ E&C ; . .i . •vv ftf . iW 'i.iJ--'' A* V-* v ~ Mill te anyway, Hi. «»bitWm hewever w (M absence of the niftier, led him at tbii early hour to as we eonjec> tune, to otttt the’mill, which attempt was the esusd of hie untimely . Ho wee ayoungmau of sition, an excellent moral character, and died regretted by all who knew him. v ' ■'v ‘

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tJ^ITCARY [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 September 1818

tJ^ITCARY Died; —On the 20th ult. in Montgomery county, Md. Mr. Jams* Lamx, after a long and lingering illness. /

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