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BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 April 1817

BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. WHEREAS, by the first section of an act of congress, passed on the 31st day of March, 1808, entitled ‘-An act concerning the sale-of the lands of the United States and for other purposes ” the president of the United States is autl.onsed to cause certain public lands to be offered for sale; Wherefore,! James Monroe,president of the United States, in conformity with the said act, and other acts of con gtess, providing for the sale and disposal of the lands of the United States south of Tennessee, do hereby declare and make known that public sales for the disposal, agreeably to {aw, of the public lands in the district east of Pearl river, bounded on the west by Chkkasawhay rive , on the south by the parrallel of the 31° of north latitude, on the east by the Mobjlfc and Tombigby rivers, and on the nori% by the creeks. Santabogue and Boguc llotno, (the one falling Into the Tombigby and the Either into the Chick nsawhay rivers; which have been surve...

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TREASURY DEPARTMENT,'? March 14, 1817. J [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 April 1817

TREASURY DEPARTMENT,'? March 14, 1817. J Notice is hereby given, that funds have been assigned for the payment of such tt ra ury notes, and the interest thereon, as arc now due at the loan office in BosJ ton. in the slate of Massachusetts. And the said treasury note» willaccordingly be paid upon the application of the holders thereof respectively, at the said It an -juice in -os ton, at any lime/irror to 1 m 4 ri ay :8. r, after which day interest will cease to be payable upon the said treastnotes. Ihe commissioners of loans in the several siates are retjuested to make this notice generally known, by all means in their p-'wer; and the printers authorised to pubush the lews of the United nates, wi i be pieased to insert it once a week in their respective papers, until the first day •f May next. Wm. H. CRAWFORD, secretary of the treasury-

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 April 1817
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 April 1817

« Notice, ALL persons indebted to the subscriber for subscriptions to the ‘’American t ,ie." advertisements, wr otherwise, wiii piease to call on Mr. VVm Woody, post-master, l-eesburg. and settle the same, without delay, as no longer indulgence will be given. Wm. WOUDY, Junr. gain more, dpril 8.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 April 1817

New Etsabli\ THE subscriber has on hand, am constantly keep for tale attiisi opposite the post-office, in I .or street, an elegant assortment of GROCERIES, consisting in sugar, tea. coffee, a quors of every description, and of a quality; cheese, soap, candles, tol cigars and snuff; superfine flour, lings, bacon, &c — ALSO— a sma an elegant assortment of DRY GOODS, Queen’s and glass ware, all of may be had upon the most spas< terms for cash. Country former have any market produce for sale, receive the highest cash prices cus ry in Leesburg delivered at my st He further informs his custome the public generally, that he has r possession and intends carrying on most extensive manner the BLACKSMITH ESIABLISHM r lately under the control of Samuel of Leesburg, where all kinds of work shall be done with dispatch. I. C. QUK Lett burg, April 14.—[3w. *— Offered for Sal A number of L O T 9 in the to Leesburg, Bcc. One lot on n street, containing one acre, whet Poor-house...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 April 1817

Imported from Algiers bjr th Consul General, will stand of 1 LEN’S stable, near the < • Uts (lon this city, at the Very i' J'wentyfive dollar* a Mare , tilt the middle of May, when hep removed to Havre de* Grace, Mar This noble animal is of a glos black, seventeen hands and an inch and is acknowledged, by all judgei have seen him. to be perhaps th horse ever brought into this count! was obtained, with much difficult the present Dey of Algiers (then i General of the troops) from the Ai bout Mount Atlas. The Ava de him to be the noblest and best b Arabian he had ever seen in the 11 and was proud to have him sent country as a specimen. Gentletv have frequently seen Arabian •brought down to the coast of Be pronounced Arabarb to be a genuin bian, of the highest blood; and hi responds exactly with every aut description of these noble animal , particular history of the horse, & manner he was obtained from the . may be seen at the stable. He stood in this city last se...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 April 1817

o A GOODTAVEft IN the town of LeesbnrgV si the cornier of Loudoun and Pri Tie (house is 30 hy S6 feet, w large rooms below, and three fht —.two rooms abOte'with ofte fire an excellent bnck kitchen, with a, of never failing water at the tloorJ large and convenient lot with Ro « bling. . ALSO, a large two Story brick ing. 32 by 50 feet, with six tire u I being an excellent stand for a bmith 8 Shop , The whole or a part of said p r will be rented for nine year* on terms, and possession of part aiv. mediately. * * P A Til K’ft B. Mil «OLI March- 1 8 —[ lam 3 m. Public Sale. WILL be sold at public sale highest bidder for cash, on Tues 30th day of June next, a Tract of Land, situate in the county of Loudoun ing the plantation on which j M’Carter lives, containing about 100 Acres, The sale will be made in virl deed of trust given by said M’C the subscribers to secure the pay certain sums of money , in the sa mentioned) to the administrator. Will annexed of John M’llhany.j ceased. Sale will...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 April 1817

hTB GENIUS OF LIBERTY. Published by samuel b. t. caldwell, leesburg, v a . promulgator of the laws of the united states. TUESDAY , APRIL 29, 18IT. [No. 16. EITiT

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CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 April 1817

CONDITIONS. 7 Ci«iu» OF Liberty will be led once a week on good medium L TWO DOLLARS per annum, L in advance, or TWO DOLand FIFTY CENTS, if not paid the expiration of the year- No Krill be discontinued until arrear* he paid, except at the discretion kditor. brtisements will be inserted in [icuous manner, at one dollar per [for the three first insertions, and Ljw cents for each additional inserLose who send in their advertise[will please to mention how often |sh them inserted, otherwise they [continued until forbid, and charg[rdingl.y All communications and letters on I must be—POSTPAID.

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bs of the Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 April 1817

bs of the Union . (BY AUTHORITY) JT to regulate the the trade in Plaster of Paris. enacted by the senate and house <ff natives of the. United States of A in congress assembled. 1 hat from ;r the fourth day of July next no of Paris, the production of any or its dependencies from which sels of the U States are not perto bring the same article, shall be :d into the United States, in any vessel. And all plaster of Paris :d or attempted to be imported : U. States, contrary to the true nd meaning of this act, and the n which the same may be im or attempted to be imported, towith the cargo, tackle apparel, niture. shall be forfeited to the U. and such plaster of Paris, vessel, rgo. shall be liable to be seized, aied. and condemned in like manid under the same regulations, ions and provisions, as have been ore established for the recovery, on, and distribution, and retnis- ' forfeitures to the United States several revenue laws. 3 dnd be it further enacted. lis act shall continue...

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LETTERS OF PRESIDENT ADAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 April 1817

LETTERS OF PRESIDENT ADAMS. From the Nantucket Gazette. Mr. Editor—l send enclosed, and request your publication ol two letters written by the hon John Adams, late president of the United States, so long ago as the year 1756 to the then Mr Charles Cushing, late judge Cushing they are copies from the original in the hand writing of Mr. Adams. I hey appear to me to be literary curiosities—valuable as the sentiments of a man who has since acted a conspicuous part in the ‘great and important dra of life; and as beating evidence to the germ, which has since blossom..-md brought forth such rich fruit. Your obedient servant, P. S To Mr. Charles Cushing schoolmaster in Newbury. Worcester, April 1, 1756 UTij Friend —l had the pleasure a few days since, of receiving your favor of February 4tb. 1 am obliged to you fot your advice, and for the manly and rati onal manner in which you enforced it. I think I have deliberately weighed the subject and had almost determined as you advise. Upon the st...

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gemus^libfJ [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 April 1817

gemus^libfJ SB UR G, VIRGIAtm 1 uksuat, April 29. JC7* In tins paper our readers J a valuable literary tnurceru in pj of John Attains to judge CushiiJ The Alexandria Gazette is detj to go/ten fiassu with the leading! alists in i.uuiloiin, ana to show n,B ic disposition we are charged wn,! iatnijj lalsehood (this is a secoiu] I of the chaige set alioal Uy .Mi. y! Now il the editor oi that elegant J sic Jive penny Jtujta or his iucidsc! will point out one falsehood in t|l ius ot l.iherty we v\ ill engage to ! it by twa from the Gazette, bps | Curio. I r u Mr. Snowden’s scribbler strive: I lay the fears of federalists by insu I that general Mason will not contl election; but we can assure the® man that the polls will be purged; I election contested Mr. Aicrc .ni I see his own nakedness, 4c lederalil own rottenness. I If the hig man at Alexandria vl big paper has an Uthing to dutl this Tittle two penny paper.” he! myrmidon must pay a little more! to truth, or we shall apply two! worth o...

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JOHN WCOHMJCK FSQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 April 1817

JOHN WCOHMJCK FSQ. Be seen, sir, your witty production, Bast Washingtonian, and am truly Bhat it ever met my eye for two ■—first, because it has betrayed a ■ your character which I was wilB believe you did not possess— E because it has induced me to ■ small scrap of paper and a few M s of time in replying to you. Slight have been better employed Ku attempted any thing like a reE of my positions; or any thing Eecent reply to my last number; BLou called upon me in a manner the gentleman to throw oft ihe (cilfis you are pleased to term it, I ■■not have hesitated to have done ■ entered the list with you; but condescend to low cunning,’ »Ben I discover how little weight K|feur name has in the eyes of the iicgl am induced to withhold mine 1 never had an itching Him conspicuous; but 1 could name who would be ludicrously sc, ■than not be conspicuous at all H it be necessary tliat my name be ■to substantiate any thing I have B to shield the editor of the < - emus K'ty from prosecu...

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lASBURY PLAIN, 25th APRIL, 18.7, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 April 1817

lASBURY PLAIN, 25th APRIL, 18.7, the editor of the Genius of Liberty. I’ll thank you to give publicity to ‘dosed letter that all who are disposcontribute towards erecting a mou“o the memory of general Washmay be apprized that they now MoSpSbn’ ° f ““ “C itation to aid in the accomplish merit of an object bo patriotic and so pious and which must deeply interest all the best feelings of the heart, would be disrespectful to the public, and would evince an ignorance of the character of the people among whom I live of which 1 should be ashamed The difficulty will be to restra in the public feeling, and to limit the so as to enable every (me to testify h 5 gratitude on this occasion; for there is no man who will not be anxious to honor himself by participating in this last act of public duly to the Father of his Country. I shall at all times be ready to receive and pay into the 1 reasury the donations which may be tendered towards the ac coniplishuient of this great work And I must be per...

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VIRGINIA ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 April 1817

VIRGINIA ELECTIONS. Returns continued, Stafford County. F'tr congress. Wm. Lee Hall 115 Henry l.ee. Jr. 86 'ohn P. Hungerford 23 For the state Senate. lohn Moncure 153 iohn Taliferro, sjr New Kent County. For congress John Tyler 215 \ndrew Stevenson 1 6 Present majority for Tyler 148

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fOR MEMBER OF CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 April 1817

fOR MEMBER OF CONGRESS. Rockbridge County. John Floyd. (Repub.) 252 James M'Clanahan, (Fed ) 144 Sussex County Tames Johnson had every vote, and is no doubt re elected from that district Henrico County. Andrew Stevenson (Repub ) 200 JohnTylei Repub.) 149 The result of the election in the district is doubtful: Mr Tyler s majority at the last election was little more than twenty votes Congressional district of Caroline Roane Garnett Upshaw Caroline rty. 198 186 111 King Sc Queen 81 71 SIS 279 257 224 Upshaw’s present majority over Roane 45—over Garnett 65. [lissex and King William yet to y le ] district of Gloucester, In Warwick c unty —l or Rassct 78-no opposition vole. In James city—For Passet 119—for Pills 9 I otal majority foi basset, in 3 counties, 411. d istrict of Charlotte. In Buckingham— l or A Austin, (Rep) about 260—for John Randolph about 50.1 [Mr Randolph also acldressad the citi- j zens of Buckingham and declined a poll Mr Austin will certainly be elected.]

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marri i d, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 April 1817

marri i d, On Sunday the 20th irst by the rev. VV m Gilmore, Mr. Iskall Lacey to Miss Ann Ihompson. - On Tuesday 22d. by the same, Dr. .Vabci s G. Luck of Tied erick county Va. to Miss Lj-izabeth P. Da akk, of this town. — 1 1 - On Thursday 34th. Mr. BENJAMIN AT SON tO MISS MaiXI.UA Hall

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[Passed 3d of March, 1817.] [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 April 1817

[Passed 3d of March, 1817.] The anoui ( of six n onths extra pa? an thonsed by tbe above art of ccrgtts* will be paid to the legal claimants upon applications to the navy dcparli ei t, V\ ashinton. when they shall severally transmit a certificate cfmui riagc duly authenticated in behalf of a widow, a ccftili cate of baptism and of the polish lecord in behalf of orphan children, a certiliciUe of tlie relationship of biother or sistei duly attested by a magistrate of tbe county proving incontestibly the kindred and just claim under said act—As no intermediate agency is necessary in the case, claimants arc requested to send their vouchers and papers direct to the nay Department and the no ney will b, paid by checks upon the banks in tin ncij hborbood of their residence, without expense or deduction. Those who constitute attorneys will have to prove tie r mdentity and affinity t<. the officer sc. men or marine and no letter ofatiininisuatn a wiij be icquired fra omitted in fa...

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department of war. Additional accountants offer. ) September 27. 1816 J ‘lt having- been made the duty of this office by law to adjust and settle all accounts in the war department, which re foamed unsettled at the conclusion ■ ( the late war and are now unsettled—lt is hereby made known to the < flicers of the late army, wjio have public accounts to settle, and to such non commissioned of ficers and privates discharged, who have arrearages of pay due them, that by forwarding their papers io this office by mail their accounts will be settled and the balances remitted, without incurring any expense by the appointment of an agent to transact their business for them The heirs and representatives of the de ceased officers and soldiers of the late ar my, are also informed that by forwarding their papers to this office for any arrears of pay due the deceased the accounts will be adjusted and the balances be remitted free of expense ’* The duties heretofore confided to the addit...

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