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

By the t'resident of the V. S. \V lit RE AS, by an act of Congress passed the 12th December, Ib I'T, «u--titled ‘An act extending the time lor o ye mug the several Land Ofiii.es eatahfisted in ‘the tenitory Of (Orleans, * the Ricsictsni t>{ the L titled States is authorised to cabst Uie lauuofi.tes in the said te(rilpo [now state ol LouisianaJjo be opene d and the land offered for bale* ’therefore, 1, Jamxs IVioMiot, President ot the United States, do hereby tleclait an matte known, that publid sales tbail be hotd at Opelousas, in the state ot Louisiana, fur the disposal ol the lb’ 1 lowing lands, agreeably to law, in the western land tn met ol Louisiana, viz. On the first n.outlay in ffecen.ber next tor Uie sale of tuwiistnps, No. 1 and 2 south 1 Ot Uie base 1 I 3 3 4 8,6 I and 2 north I ‘nine in < 123 4 8 6 r ' 3 minhj, ranges 3 4>B West ot the principal meridian On the. first monday in February next for the sale of townships r '3 south') ("2 3 4 6...

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

HBHfI ftes* May, 1817, voi. T,/ohe 410. “Varle’s Map of the U. States of A merica. '1 bit work bat been for a coin' sidcrablc time in (be hands of (be engraver, and will toon be ready lor publication. It baa been very juttiy saidi that “every son and daughter of Adum, is more or less concerned with (geography” It is, indued, a science necessary tOeVery person desirous of becoming acquainted with the attaint of the world; for without its aid, it ia understand the mutual relations of countries or even to comprehend flic common historical re cords of a newspaper. Mo part of this science is of more importance, and none Is generally more neglected, than what may be termed the physiognomy of the subjects described. Mountains, lakes, and rivers, possess their strong features which when properly drawn, arc easily impressed on the mind; and by a know 1 edge ot these features it is, that we arrive at the character of the surrounding foundry. T hey should therefore, always' be described with l...

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

if. vv ve "been Mm author to |in clnr and information of each town county and hy a in method tlbis own, the comparative population .of each town ia eaaily distinguished, Hit stage roada and canaly, *c. ate delineated V:ih'care, which willrenderit very advantageous to the traveller. ItwiU be found particularly interesting telafivc to Ibewestern at ate a and more of the improvements of that valuable and growing pinion of our country, described, thin ia to he found in any other 'map, the correctness of Which cannot be doubted, being mostly the result of actual surveys—seme of a hick I have examined in the manuscript state, before they Ware put info the 1 unca of the engravers. It Vill prove a valuable acquisition to the reader of the history of the late ear, particular attention having been paid to the insertion ot tfie various lot)s, and places tendered important during that evtnfTul period. -By n.eans of the entire map of N. America joined to the preceding, a comprebeqs ve and corrcc...

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THE HE CSS'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 September 1818

THE HE CSS'S. ■Print the Londonderry Jmtrndk ' A PICTURE. A thousand faults in man we findr Mem in him we seldom meat) Man is unconstant and unkind; Man is false and indiscreet. Man is capricious, jealous, free; He’s insincere, vain, trifling toor And the women all agree, For want of better he must do. a last. WANTS —which every one miut/eeL Virtue wants—sincere votaries; VVisdem—more earnesf supplicants; k truth real frhmds and admirers. “Pure and nndefiled Religion,” wants — let* taid about the theory and were clone about the flractin of it. Philanthropy wants—a reoideHte, and Fidelity an atylum, . Love and charity want-41 be in belter credit. . Pride wants—to be kicked out of company and Humility introduced. Every old woman, silly girl pr officious young fellow, who hears of any amour; (or even ot two persons of diflerent sex cs bemaj scen to converse together) want mightily to be'at the bottom oj it. Every old bachelor (who has not somebody, incog.) wants—a wr/ej “every girl ih ...

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

Culpepper Land FOR SALE THE subscriber, intending tot to the vest, will sell without resi public sale, on Friday, 2st!» of Si her next, the farm on which he nc sides, lying on the middle brat Rappahannock,- and adjoining tlu of general Gream containing 650 Acres, Two hundred of which are quality river bottom—a hundn twenty or thirty of fine young t end about sixty' or seventy well with clovtjt; the residue though clover is strong and fertile. In point of fertility the above ft inferior to none in the coentry, i growing crops will testify; the sit ia handsome and healthy, the im meats comfortable and sufficient farming purposes; there is a sui quantity of land now in cullivati corn, for the seeding of two or thre 4red bushels of grain, which wil duce as much wheat as any com the terms of tale ere one third the ballaoce in one and two yean clear and unincumbered title v made, and possession given ims IfThe lubieriber it authorised la add quited about 300 Acres of valuable land to the ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 September 1818

F * tell fill and commodious farm on whii now resides, situated in an agr and healthy neighborhSod. dn the leading fro an Warren ton, Fauqr. »y to Alexandria, about three miles the former and forty from the latter The contemplated turnpike to A 1 dHa will pass directly by or nee Farm, It oontains about, 500 Acres, upwards of 300 acres are cleared ai dec excellent improvement. It it adapted to the clover and plaistei tern of Farmi||, experiments li been made with considerable succi The buildings are a good frame ing House, a Stone Kitchen, Smoke and ice House, and other < nientoul houses of every descri together with a large and commi Barn with stables under the same, are two LARGE. APPLE ORCHJ of choice 'friflt and a groat varie other fruit trees It a tine mcadov whole farm is well watered. In # is reckoned among the most del Farms in the state, for any gent who wishes to turn his sttention to ing. The terms are, one third in the baltance shall be accommodat the purchaser...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 September 1818

Suddit .THE subscriber begs leave to ~, S* nubile generally that he h»> com melded the above holiness nearly oppo aite the court houae,' on the coiner of King and Market slice t. -where bet wilkenstaatlykeepa general assort men of the heat and moat fashionable SADDL £8 k every other aiticle in hia line of bus! ness. lie baa on band an assortment of the moat elegant and fashionable PLAT INGS, which he selected in . Baltimore, suitable for hia business. All of which will be sold low for cash. JOHN MARTIN Lessburg, June 33, 1818.—if. N ( House, and Lot for-<*sale. , I would seU on liberal tc ran the fol lowing property in the town of Paris Ashby's Gap, viz. ) A House and Lot, 90 feet front and 131 yards back, the house ia large and commodious and well calculated for public business. There ia 5 rooms and a passage on the Ist floor and 3 rooms on the 2d, together with a good stable, a kitchen k smoke houae, a garden and grazing lot, all wellenlcosed;—also 3 unimprov...

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

r-1 «* umpriied to ■t TWO DOLLARS bout > 40,000 At of th* fir»t rate land fo , h tern territory. Merchant lexandria will be token f O , purchase, at 75 Cts. inthe jtfromfiveftto ten years paying one third in hand indisputable T hose who »i,v or bonds in exchange can h.. dated. * **• THOS, N. BINNB Edward' Aug. 18th.—4t. Notice. | The subscriber having rtn« Mrs. Cook's Mill to the Cotas i the mouth of Goose Creek, a Mrs. Fanny Lee, informs his fa the public that He has the mill , picte order and ready for tnan wheat.. Those who favour their custom may rely on dispa*. attention will be paid to render 1 lion, it favours, gratefully acknaii He has repaired and improved d so as to render it safe and ut far waggons to cross. The suit tent ion will be paid in keeping jorder for crossing. CHARLES VEAL Augutt 18 it .ft Leesburg Jockey CM RACES] THE above races will comma be run aver a handsome course,) town of Leesburg, on the fourth , nesday in September next, being.4 of said mon...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 September 1818

i’l IE GENIUS OF LIBERTY. 15 v SJIMUEL n. r. CALDWELL, LEESBURG, YA. PUBLISHER OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. TUESDAY, SEPT. 8. ISI a. No. 55

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 September 1818

vfSDITIOXS. B GkN ,us of Liberty 1 will be | !i' :e a week on good medium Tat J’WO DOLLARS per annum t j n advance, »r TWO J)OL. ■ ! j i ll'i’Y CENTS, if not paid the expiration of the year. No r ¥l „ be discontinued until arrear|4re paid, except at the discretion t editor. , i , E? TtsKJ!E’» T s will be inserted ii. pjcuous manner, at one dollar per letof the three first insertions, and \,j.fircc’its lor each additional inser- * Those who send in their advertise w ;;i please to mention how often Lisiithe " inserted, otherwise they (continued until foraid, and charg 1, Itcurdingiy- ,» All communicit'ions and letter) ot: \ M „mt'be—l , OST P HU. 'die a " d Harness JUKE 1.1. h|E subscriber begs leave to inform (paiiic generally that he has com■iced the above husilicss nearly oppoIme c ain't house, on the coiner of and Maiket street, where bet ■constantly keep a general assortmen |ihe best and most fashionable SAD I) L a s |veryother ai tide in bis line of busi He has on band an assort...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 September 1818

Land Negroes and STOCK AT AUCTION. Agreeably to tbe last will and Testament of Charles Duncan, deed, the subscribers will otier for bate, 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 tlie lands of Messrs. William Beale, John fox, and others, Sc containing by an old suivey Live Hundred Acres, rbout one third of which is in wood, conns! of red and white oak, hit.koi) walnut and other valuable timber.— r'ertiaps lew upland lanns in the couny ul its size, combine more natural Sc ■ eat advantages than tins; the situation s pleasant, healthy, and surrounded' •vith tbe very best society; the land lies remarkably well lor tunning, is wcl, v a- : le i, toe sou jjioiliic and utaii improve'b e O.Olive being well adapted to the ■ise of plaster; and the buildings conve n*-i,t uot coniiuituDle. 1 Here is also on i in > .. ton, «inch passes thro' tiu •a...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 September 1818

NOTICE. THIS is to give notice that seme circumstances have lately transpired, which have determined me to leave this place; therefore 1 must call on all those who are indebted to me at this time by bond, note or otherwise, to come forward on ’ or before the first day of December next and discharge the same, as no longer in dulgcnce can or will be given. Those bonds which are now due to me, and the bunds and notes now due to Benjamin 11. Canby, will in my absence be placed in the ban,* of fin it Wm. Harrison, attorney at law, who will be authorised tocolitil them. All the bonds whicn will be due to me on or before the first dav of December next, will be deposited in the Hank ml the Valley, at Leesburg, lor collection; after that lime Burr Wm. Harrison will have the collection of them. JOHN H. CANBY. September L—-3t. B-—I hope the above notice will supercede tt.e necessity ol any meddling, malicious and lying scoundrel Iroin in lerfering w.rh my business fur the fuJ. H. C. dAND H’U S...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 September 1818

By the President of the U. S. WHEREAS, by an act of Congres* passed the 12ib December, 1811, entitled ‘An act extending the time for openmg the several l and Offices established in ‘the territdry of Oiieana,’ the President ot the United Mate® is authorised to cause the land offices m the said territory [now staic ol Louisiana} to be opened and the land offered lor sale. 1 herefore, f, Jam*s Mon*ob, President of tlie United Stales do hereby dedal t and inane known, that public sales shad be held at Opelousas, in the state oi Louisiana, for the disposal of the iolh wing lands, agreeably to law, in the western land distrxt of Louisiana, viz. Un the lit si inonday in December next for the sale of townships, No. 1 and 2 south j Of the base j 13 3 4 5 6 I ana 2 north V line in -< 133 4 5 6 3 north J ranges [ 34 5 V\ est or ,ue principal meridian On the lirst monday in February next for the sale of townships 3 south') f 2 3 4 5 4 south | | 3 5 sou h ! ofthebaseline J 34 5 6 578 ...

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From the Richmond Com fitter. THE MARRIAGE VOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 September 1818

From the Richmond Com fitter. THE MARRIAGE VOW. The subject on which 1 beg leave to offer a few hasty hints is • delicate one —but the truth ought to be spoken. 1 have no wish to wound the feelings of any human being—l speak of vice in the abstract—h' ar be it from me to say with Nathan the Prophet, “Thou art the man, ’ Should this paper chance to fall into the hands of any one, who has violated the nuptial vow, I beg him to reflect for one moment upon the considerations I would lay before him After he has abused me as much as he pleases, 1 beseech him to do a better office, to look inwards, to examine his own conduct, and if possible to reform. Let no man think that I am one of those canting stoics who decry what 1 do not value, for 1 love, as much as any of my neighbors, what the Apostle calls “th*. natural use of the woman.” Nor let any man suspect me of being one of those canting hypocrites who decry in oth.rs what they practice themselves. But 1 am one of those, who, while they...

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From the journal of the Times, I.OHD BTTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 September 1818

From the journal of the Times, I.OHD BTTON. This strange excentric and wayward characier has been amongst all ranks and classes the theme of conversation, of remarks, or review, of alternate censure & applause. His wonderful genius, it is much to be lamented, has given a sort of consecration to all the errors of hjs life. When we compare his earliest publications with his latest, we shall find every sentiment and opinion advanced in tne former, with the exception of his fidelity, deliberately abandoned. He lonnerly reproached Walter Scott fur writing for hire and now this peer of the realm follows his example—He formerly censured the editors ot the Edinburg Review in terms of immeasurable asperity, after the r Solution ol a few years, he hsks forgiveness of these very men, and takes them to his confidence and to his friendship. He formerly declared that the idol ol his heart was slumbering in the grave and that his affections were entombed in the same sepulchre. Yet. alt...

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ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 September 1818

ADDRESS. Simon fiotivar, Supreme Chief of the republic of Venezuela , to the people of Hto dn la Plata. Citizene of Rio de Ia Plata— Your brethren of Venezuela; pursuing the same gloria is career as yourselves ever since the determination of the memorable 12th of April, 1810, had given to America the political existence of which the tyranny of Spain had so long deprived her- Ven ezuela has seen with joy and admira--tion your wise reformation, your military glory, and your punlic prosperity.— She cannot flatter herself with having equalled you in good fortune, but in freedom of principles and nobleness of object, we do not yield to any idea of disparity. In all our views and hopes we have been equal, but adverse events have, on two occasions, almost prostra- ted Venezuela in affliction a revive after our disaster! ivim resolution, and by a third lt k3 aner conflicts with the n, and desperate of men, w e ° #t . Uinpli whith has no exanipf,* »3 for the severity of the coni*.," 1 S| suc...

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FOREIGN NEWS, From the A'civ- York Mer. /&, 26. ' W Latest from England. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 September 1818

FOREIGN NEWS, From the A'civ- York Mer. /&, 26. ' W Latest from England. Of the numerous arrivals at this m yesterday, the fast sailing ship EmiiT the lutes'. Captain Robinson hasfuma ed the editors of the Mercantile Ait, tiser with London papers to the IJih July anti a Lloyd s list of the lath. H Sybil sailed from Liverpool on the 1} and has furnished us with accounu I that date. Just as the Emily left London,it q said the queen of England has relipii into a \vor»e stale of health than tw and her demise was considered near< which event parliament was to be maw diately assembled. The prospect of the harvest in Swede was unpromising—ln the restoi'Ewf the prospects were good. A gland entertainment was give# 1 the Prince Regent, at Carlton How liie loth July, m honor of the raarrin of the Dukes of Clarence ami Renl.Mi Rush was one ofthe guests. On the 16th the Grand Duke Mich of Russia, was visited by Mr. Rush, mcican Ambassador, accompanied I the Russian Minisie...

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CONSPIRACY IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 September 1818

CONSPIRACY IN FRANCE. filers from Paris announce the dis* t ,y of a recent plot, hy the Ultrab(jlstSlu. overthrow the present govimentol France. Some of the per is concerned in the affair, it appears, it been arrested and imprisoned e following is given as the outline of plot: — nm Wednesday, the 24tii of June, on rising of the king’s council at tit. iwStlie ministers were to be seized iiy tiachwent of Horse Clrenadiers of the regment of Ua Roche Jaccjueiain, 1 conveyed to the fortress of Vinccn- ■\ part of the 3d regiment of the ml, col. lierlheir de Savigne’s, and a it of die 2J Swiss regiment, were to posted in echelon on tne road from Mimes to hi. Cloud. ■ Vtiniit 3000 men, composed of r.lts-du-coi'iis, v tndeans, Hie old vol-:-,ers, Stc. were to assemble at the same inn ilia Place dn Carrousel, vs ilh a mienigii, whence they were to niarcl, iiifleruil predetermined points, and need to arrest and carry off a certain ntherot the public functionaries. ■ file insurrection troops we...

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