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FOR THE GENIUS OP LIBERTY TO THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 March 1817

FOR THE GENIUS OP LIBERTY TO THE PEOPLE. Permit me, fellow.citizens, to ad you in the spirit of candor on a sut which has agitated you in props as it has been misreprcsentc subject which it is necessary shoul properly understood, as an election «id in which it is believed most of ers of this district will feel a Jive) terest—an interest which every mel of a republican community ougl feel—an interest which I rejoice t hold The citizens of this country the only people on earth blessed vri government parely elective in d features. Whilst the people of < countries know of no change in the i rulers, except by the crowning of k | who come into power by hereditary , cession, by conquest, or by usurp* j in other vords where the voice o ! people is held in sovereign content ! say while this is the case in other tries the good people of those V States are blessed with a governing their own choice—a government ' enables them to elect their chief *' g 18-. once in four years. The fre...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
JUNIUS, NO. 3. To the freeholders of Prince William, Loudoun, and Fairfax, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 March 1817

JUNIUS, NO. 3. To the freeholders of Prince William , Loudoun, and Fairfax, FELLOW-citizens: It becomes my duty again to ad dress you on the approaching election—again would I enjoin it upon you to exercise deliberation in the discharge of the important duty which now devolves upon you. In the exercise of your elective franchise I am certain you will never intentionally err; but such is the present state of party prejudice that we may in sensibly be led into error by the false glare of political perfection with which the sly, artful, and subtle politician may adorn the brows of the most ambitious and aspiring among us. When sophis try surrounds the temple of truth and paints falsehood in the jnost fascinating form, it becomes us strictly to guard against the delusion into which imaginary perfection may lead us. Let it be remembered that in exercising the right of suffrage you delegate the power ot legislating. with which by nature you are vested, to him for whom you vote. The respon...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 March 1817
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 March 1817

30 Dollars Reward . LOST between Alexandria and Leesburg, on the 20 th instant , a red morocco Pocket Book, ! containing Two Hundred and Twenty Dollars-—Twenty of which were in specie. i The finder will be entitled to the above rei ward by returning it to the subscriber or giving him information where it may befound THOMAS F. TEBBS. Leesburg, March 25[3w Tannery for Sale. THE subscriber offers for sale that; large and extensive TANNERY, situated on Duke street containing 4 acres of ground The improvements are a Dwelling Beam and Bark bouse, too laying away vats, liners, bates and handlers in proportions, with fountain pumps, mills, &c. the stock in trade, consisting of a large quantity of tanned and green leather, hides, skins. Sic. I'he situation of this property renders it the most desirable in the district, to a company oC men desirous of embarking in the business The contemplated canal from Goose to Hunting creek is reported too pass through it; added to this, it is ...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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THE EE CESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 March 1817

THE EE CESS. ■ THE IRISH HERO. I.et no inscription mark my tomb, Until my country shall be free, And when emerging from the gloom, It sets its foot on tyranny. When in the land that gave me birth, The patriot may in safely stroll, My spirit then will spring to earth, And hold communion with my soul. What honors thicken round the name ' Of him who fought in freedom's cause, His virtues on the roll of fame. Will claim his country’s best applause. He like a meteor’s lambent blaze, Will burst upen th’ astonished sight; And ere ye mark its glowing rays, The torch of liberty will light. I crav’d the boon—but was denied, I must not live to see thee free; Erin, farewell! the hero cried, Remember Lmmeti' died for thee. Where now alone the cypress gloom, Marks to the eye that sacred spot, Soon will the laurel deck his tomb, Tho’ for a time he seems forgot. Aremarkable time fiieee ln 1764, Mr - Norton, of St. John's street, executed for his majesty, agreeable to the directions which he had rec...

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[from the catskill recorder ] [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 March 1817

[from the catskill recorder ] The fate of invention.— Dionysius ordered the most ingenious artist in his dominions to build a subterranean prison, consisting of inextricable labyrinths, for the purpose of immuring the unhappy victims ofhis vengeance for life. After it >vas finished, much to the satisfaction of the despot, the too successful artist, lest he should divulge 'the secrets of the prison house,' or lend a clue to unravel the gloomy maze of the ancient Bastile was the first prisoner whom the tyrant confined therein. Phalaris formed a brazen bull, so contrived that the cries of any person enclosed in it should resemble the roaring of that animal He gave it as a rare present to his tyrannic master, informing him of its qualities; and advising him to use it as an instrument for punishing of fenders, by placing it over a large fire and baking its miserable tenant to death. The king pleased with the itTea, t»nd anxious to make an experiment of its virtues, ordered the...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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A HUGE TRUTH! [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 March 1817

A HUGE TRUTH! The electioneering campaign is opened in Rhode Island, and the following is a specimen of the spirit in which it is conducted by the federal party: “It appears by the documents accompanying the report of the secretary of war, that the war department, the latt year, fa year of peace) cost the country nearly fifteen milliont of dollark"fJ! ■ [ATevifwrr Mercury. Indeed? “Aearly"?*— and how “nearly”? Why, within twelve milliont! The actual cost was about three milliont .— Now, some unceremonious people would call this a huge lie. Not so fast, my friends The hunett federal writer has only multiplied the true sum five times. A lie, indeed! Is not a truth, multiplied by five, five time&+ truer than it was at first? Fic on ye, hasty fellows, that would impeach the veracity of federalism, which was never known to violate the truth for electioneering purposes! [.An. Watch,

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 March 1817
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 March 1817

Valuable Mill to rent. The subscriber wishes to rent for three years from the first of April next, that valuable Mill, with the I^OT AND O THE'.i BUILDINGS attached to it, now in the possession of Mr. Jehu Hollingsworth. The mill is in the north fork of Goose creek—runs two pair of large burrs, worked by two overshot wheels, with machinery in complete repair, and in one of the best neighborhoods for wheat in the county. The dwelling house is large, convenient and tVell finished; ad» joining which is a house calculated for a store —together with about 40 acres of Land divided into several apartments, well enclosed and in a high state of cultivation: an enterprising, industrious man, would do a good business at this place, and a small capital would be handled to great advantage. Terms will be made known n aplication to Mr. Hollingsworth living on the premises, or to the subscriber. JOZABED WHITE. January 30.—tf. A Miller Wanted. A sober,honest and industrious man who understands the a...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 March 1817

fH 5 Presly Foley, 'TROM HAY-MARKET. RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of Leesburg, its vicinity, and the public in general, that he has opened the house lately occupied by Mr. John Drish, sign of the Indian Chief, Adhere he hopes his friends will give him a call. March 4th—3t. VIRGINIA, to wit; At Rules holden in the clerk’s office of the superior court of chancery for the Winchester district, the first monday in December, 1816. John Boothe Plaintiff against Eleanor Stump and others Defendants The defendants Henry Jackson and Elizabeth his wife, Robert Boothe Stump, Jacob Hibbs and Jane his wife, Zachariah Hurley and Sally his wife. John Murphey and Nancy his wife, Jacob Tonkin and Eleanor his wife. James Chambers, John Madden and 'Polly his wife, John Morehead and Sarah his wife, Frederick Roof and Kebekah his wife, Robert Chambers, John Grant and Violett his wife- William Ghambers, Nancy Chambers, John Chambers, and Isaac Hibbs and Kizzy his wife, not having entered their appeara...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 25 March 1817

FOR SAL] AN EXCELLENT BROC About 9 years old—she is barnes of any kind—is a pleasant! creature, but docs not pace. Alj elegant SADDLE and BRIDLE , j new. The above will be sold chc cash or on a short credit.—For {J particulars, apply to the editor < paper. PROPOSALS, >T SAMUEL B. T. CALDWBIu Leesburg, Va. Pot publishing by subscription , q I edition qf the MEMOIRS OF WILLIAM SAMPi Including particulars of his adv«J in various, parts of Europe; his ( fmement in tli£ dungeons of tb inquisition in Lisbon, &c, SEVERAL ORIGINAL LETT Being his correspondence with th# isters of state in Great Britain I Portugal; A shirt sketch of the HISTORY OF IRELAi particularly as it respects the spiJ British domination in that com and a few observations on the s6 of manners, &c. in America! HAVING obtained leave of the auj to publish an edition of the above ] the editor with confidence appe the public for patronage and suppoi the undertaking; being fully as...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 April 1817

hIE GENIUS of LIBERTY. ... - - V 4; ■ W4''U.^'-Ui’-L-|IU-aj BY C R. SAUNDERS, (FOR SAMUEL B. T. CALDWELL,) LEESBURG, Va. AT TWO DOLLS PER ANNUM-IN ADVANCE. TUESDAY , APRIL I, IBIT. [No. 12 ■ol. n

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CO W D /1' 10 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 April 1817

CO W D / 1' 1 0 L- Crkics of L,BE " TT W,U be ■fed once a week on good medium K,t TWO DOLLARS per annum, ■ in advance, or TWO DOL|and FIFTY CENTS, if not paid ■ the expiration of the year. No lirill be discontinued until arrearage paid, except at the discretion leditor. lertisement* will be inserted in Liciious manner, at one dollar per Vfoe the three first insertions, and l/fw cents for each additional inserrTiiose who send in their advertiseI will please to mention how often Kish them inserted, otherwise they I continued until forbid, and charg lordingly. . K All communication* and letters on R, must be—POST PAID-

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FROM THE N. HAMPSHIRE PATRIOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 April 1817

FROM THE N. HAMPSHIRE PATRIOT. MARCH 4, 181TThis day, sixteen years are completed since the republican policy has prevailed —since the illustiious Jefferson first took his place at the head of the destinies of this nation: eight years ago, that patriot and sage voluntarily retired to the shades of private life, and was succeeded by Madison, who has honored the path ot his predecessor by pursuing his policy, and who now retires to give place to Monroe, another sage of the revolution, and defender of the rights of America In contemplating the political lives of the two great men who have retired—in reviewing the march of this nation to wealth fame and glory—we see cause for congratulation and joy. for lasting gratitude and never-ending thanks. Illustrious sagesl although assailed with foul calumnies, although the laws of morality and decency have been violated to heap reproaches on your characters—all this has served to rivet the affections of a grateful people, and to convince that p...

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Translated for the Washington City Weekly Gazette. FROM BUENOS AYRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 April 1817

Translated for the Washington City Weekly Gazette. FROM BUENOS AYRES. The new kingdom of Brazils seems to be in the greatest opposition to the establishment of liberty in this grand section of America- As soon as royalty was transplanted to this continent, we began to see wars for 1 plunder and aggrandizement. We hope, on this account. that the house of Braganza may again return to her native soil, Europe, where they can find more opportunities of satisfying their ambition. We hope again, that in case of any intention on her part to fix her permanent residence in America, that the patriots of Buenos Ayres may be able to force all the royal family to leave this peaceful continent The last news from that quarter give us room to believe that sooner or later this must be the fruit of the ambition of that petty monarchy. FROM CHILI. The Buenos Ayrean general, San Martin, has already began his campaign in that beautiful part of south America He must succeed, as his troops, in point of num...

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 April 1817
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 April 1817

nnery for Sale . subscriber offers for sale that nd xtensive TANNERY, siti, Duke street containing 4 acres mil. The improvements are a ng Hearn and Bark bouse, too away vats, liners, b.tes mdhand proportions, with fountain pumps bcc the stock in trade, consisting •ge quantity of tanned and gr<*eii , hides, skins tic The situation properly renders it the most de in ihc district, to a company of esirous of embarking in the busi Ihe contemplated canal from to Hunting creek is reported too irough it; added to this, it is one most desirable situations for es ing flour stores, in Alexandria, lain turnpike road leading from :k country intersects the town at operty \ further description is 1 unnecessary, as it is presumed s disposed to purchase will view iperty If not sold at private sale Jst of Vpril it will on that day be I at public auction >HN M’PHERSON & SON. tandria, March 25 —[3w. FLOUR* ;• hanged for Wheat. hand at thr Oaf land Mill*, a quan .flour ...

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GENIUS or LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 April 1817

GENIUS or LIBERTY. LEESBURG, VIRGIN lA. Tuesday, April 1. A short chapter of hints to the great soph. ist who assumes the title if. “ Brief Remarker." Whenever you again wish, sir, to “trouble the public” with more of your “lucubrations,” be kind enough to adhere to plain, unsophisticated truth; never attempt to become a critic until you can with the aegis of Minerva shield yourself from criticism; never attempt to expose sophistry and misrepresentation until you can steer clear of those quicksands yourself; never attempt to wie'd the arrows of satire in such a manner as to endanger your own refined feelings;—if you would convince people tnat you are not superstitious be careful not to furnish the strongest evidence, in the same breath that you are superstitious and bigotted; remember the tree is known by its fruit* and you will be judged accordingly—not by your mere ipse dixit; when you would convince the people of a certain fact, address the understanding in the language of plain ...

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ALAS! POOR JOHNNY! [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 April 1817

ALAS! POOR JOHNNY! Basking in the sun-shine of our <chari ty and invigorated by the dormant repose of three or four weeks, the meddling thing at Shepherd’s-Town has raised its head and vomited forth the last dregs of its venom. Divested of its poison, it has become as harmless as the dove, and as spiteful as the serpent. “As we expect - ed” the hydrophobia has done the bnsi* ness, and saved us the trouble of dissecting the “microscopic mite ” To be more explicit, the immaculate editor of the Shepherd’s-Town Eagle, to whom we imparted a few words of “seasonable admonition,” in consequence of an unjustifiable and outrageous attack made upon us, in the Eagle of the 13th February, has mustered his forces, consulted his oracle and discharged his pop-gun at the Genius of Liberty; but for the want of ammunition his efforts hjve proved harmless. After puffing a you lie at us, he beats a precipitate retreat. He charges us with the lie for saying he did not send us the Eagle contai...

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JUNIUS, NO. 3. To the freeholders of Prince William, Loudoun, and Fairfax. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 April 1817

JUNIUS, NO. 3. To the freeholders of Prince William , Loudoun, and Fairfax. In the further exercise of the right vested in me, as a member of this re publican community, “to scan the merits of gentlemen who sue for public distinction,*' I shall proceed, fellow citizens, to notice the claims which Mr Mercer has upon your suffrages as a statesman —a legislator. In this capacity he has been very active; but what has he done? “He has introduced an act,” says one,” for es tablishing free schools”—very true, and he would wish to palm it upon the public as original, especially while there is a prospect of its being popular; but should it turn out like his first mili tia system, he would palm the whole on the illustrious Thomas Jefferson, and very justly too; for in Jefferson’s Notes on Virginia you will find the same plan precisely, or the principle in full. It will be found in the latter part of his 14th quereA law was also passed in the legislature of this state some twenty years ago est...

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