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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 April 1817

Spring Goods. R F( EIVED by the subscribers at their Warehouse on King street, per the brig Eliza \nn. from Dublin. a general assortment of CuT and PLAIN GLA'jS. consoling of Elegant oval & square ojshea Do. sallads * Celery glasses Decanters \Vines Tumblers Jellies Salts Tincture rounds Vase lamps, completely mounted Flower root glasses Goblets Lemonades Wine coolers Egg cups Hock glasses Pint bottles Creams Castor bottles Nipple shells Large sp-.xious mo. Jan. Patties Inks Mustards Urinals Pitchers. scc Etc. Sec. ALSO, BY OTHER ARRIVALS A general assortment of English arid Canton CHIN -\ IC7* These goods are handsome, end of the first style of workmanship, and are worthy of the attention of those who wish to purchase. TRIPLETT 5c NEALE. Alexandria, April 17 . 3t. I hereby forworn ALL persons, from taking an assignment on two or more bonds, given in the year 1803. to Mahlon Hough, in the county of Loudoun, in payment of a tract of land, with a mill on it, below J White’...

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

THE RECESS. From the Port Folio . EVENING. 'Tis sweet at evening to recline, When all the cares of day are done. And round the mem’ry t'i entwine, The wieath ofthoughtthe day has won. ’Tis then that o'er the virtuous mind, Pure streams of pleasure gently Bow, Untouch d by passion’s stormy wind, Or heated pride’s meridian glow. ’Tis then the headstrong youth will rest, A moment, in his wild career— And vice retiring from his breast, Give vii tue place a moment there. And Cupid then who loves to stray, Unseen about the flow’ry plains, Will steai from busy haunts away, To groves where gJntle silence reigns The evening spirits disordered fly, , Where e’er he haply deigns to rest; And darkness lays her (errors by, . While gentle love remains her guest. But oh. if love and youth should meet, By chance, in faiiy scenes like these, 1 hen will the hour be doubly sweet, And pleasure float on every breeze. The robes of night no longer seem To wear their wonted sable hue; And all around becomes...

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

CONUNDRUMS. Why is a bachelor like an old alman> ack? Because he is out of season. Why isan old maid like a book in sheets? Because she wants binding Why is a modern buck of the ton like a new bound novel? Because he is of more show than substance. From the Boston Centinel. CHINESE CRIMINAL LAWS. A copy of the translations of extracts from the Chinese criminal code of laws (which are circulated among the Amen cai s, & English at Canton.; See. has late ly fallen in my hands; and as it may af ford some information respecting the customs of that remote and apparently benighted nation you are requested to give them a place. Yours, &c. MERCATOR. TRANSLATIONS Qf extracts from the Chinese criminal code oj latvs . ■ 1. A man who kills another on the suspicion of theft shall be strangled ac Cording to law against homicide commit ted in an affiay. 2. A man who fires at another with a musket and kills him thereby shall be be Leaded as in case of wilful murder...

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WAR DEPARTMENT. Section of Bounty Lands. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 April 1817

WAR DEPARTMENT. Section of Bounty Lands. ALL persons entitled to military bounty lards for services rendered the United States during the late war. would do well to recollect the notice given from this branch of the war department, so long since as the 23d of August. 1815 and which has been repeated in the public newspapers many times since that date, viz. “A land warrant will not be issued to an executor nor to an adm.nislrator. The government of the United States has not authorised any person to act as an agent for the purpose of transacting any part of the business relative to the obtaining military land warrants;—which will as usual be issued gratis at the war depart ment nor does it recognize any pretended land office for such /turfioses. nor any other agency of that nature, in any state of the American union “ August 22, 1817.” In addition to the above, it may be proper to remind applicants of the clas Ses above referred to, that their letter and documents need not be addresse...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 April 1817

Valuable Loudoun LAND FOM BALE. W ILL be sold at public sale on Monday the 9th clay of June all my farming lands containing between 7 and 800 acresin different tracts suitable for elegant and nice farms, situate near Leesburg and Waterford. Also a very large and commodious BEICK HOUSE situate on Loudoun street Leesburg,calculated for any kind of pubiic businesss It has belonging to it ?n extra lot, adjoin! g containing 5 aeries of elegant meadow ground and in a good state of cultivation The above properly needs no further illustration for its good and productive quality, as persons wishing to purchase will first view the premises, and judge for themselves Sale to commence at 10 o’clock wheredne attendance will be given and terms made known by PETER BENEDUM. April 22 —tf. The editors of the Political Examiner, Frederick-Town, (Md.) and the Torch Light, Hagers-Town (Md.) will please to insert the above three times in their respective papers and send their accounts to this otficw

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 April 1817

New § Cheap Goods . GEORGE AND JAMES RUST HAVE just received fiom Baltimore and Philadelphia 13,000 Dollars worth of seasonable goods, and groceries which they will sell on the most accom modating terms. ALSO, 1500 pounds of Factory Cotton of the best quality from No 5 to No. 17 April 22.—tf. BY THE PRESIDENT OF IHE 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 Mates and for other purposes ” the president of the United States is authorised to cause certain public lands to be offered for sale; V\ iiebefore, I Jamfs Monhoe, president of the United States, in conformity with the said act, and other acts of congress, providing for the sale and disposal of the lands of the United States s. uth of Tennessee, do hereby declare and make known that public sales for the disposal, agreeably to law, of the public lands in the district east of Pearl river, bounded on the w...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 April 1817

Offered for A number of LOTS in ih e j Leesburg, &c. One lot on street, containing one acre, w Poor-house formerly stood, of stone in the cellar, to build J house-—One other Lot on t| 1( l street containing four Acres I quarter—that valuable lot layinJ the Presbyterian Church on th,| site side. Also, a number of J the north end of King streeu,(l containing one acre facing M r wall’s house— ALo one quarter?] acre facing Mr Cordell’s—Also t | containing two acres each, a littlef out on the same street. Also, on back street, containing one au e | half Also, one half acre facing! - piscopal ( hurch. Also, that \ | two story brick bouse, situate atifl on Market street, one door belof F Smiths—the bouse will be in Jj time completely finished, and 1 ' rooms below and above, and an tj] garret, cellar ai.d brick kitchen. WM. VVHKj Leesburg, April 14 tf. Public Sale WILL be sold at public sale] highest bidder for cash, on Tuea 20th day of June next, a Tract of Lam\ situate in the ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 May 1817

hllß GENIUS OF LIBERTY. Published by samuel b. t. caldwell, leesburg, v». promulgator of the laws of the united states. |.l] TUESDAY , MAY 6, 1817. [No. 17.

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conditions. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 May 1817

conditions. Lekics or Liberty will be (once a week on good medium fl’WO DOLLARS per annum, In advance, or TWO DOLid FIFTY CENTS, if not paid « expiration of jthc year. No [I be discontinued until arrear[paid, except at the discretion lor. [tisemejits will be inserted in [lous manner, at one dollar per r the three first insertions, and L cents for each additional inserLse who send in their advertisejll please to mention how often I them inserted, otherwise they jbtinued until forbid, and cliarg fngiy{l communications and letters on to be—POST PAID.

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B? of the Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 May 1817

B? of the Union. |(uy AUTHORITY) Pt to alter and establish certain post roads. miacted by the senate and house of ■sn'op* of the United Stales of A ■ congress assembled, That the Is heieafter named be discontin- . In Pennsylvania. ■Wysoxby, Orville and Warren fcoke. fcilvcr Lake or Montrose to Bing I Williamsport to Jersey Shore. In Virginia. ((Liberty to Fincastlci P In Indiana. (jßrookville, by Bath ami LewisiSalisbmy. | In Kentucky, tsbcliville to Ewingvillc. ireenup c. h. to Little Sandy is. Danville, by Casey c. h. Pulaski yne c h. Burksville and Columinville. . And be it further enacted , That dug be established post roads: In Maine layby, Jaypoint, Dixfield and Sown to Uumford. Anson to Solon. In New Hampshire Dunstable, by Nottingham Pelham. Ackworth, Lempsterand Unity ort. Ossippee, by Effingham, to ParIn Vermont, _ Craftsborough, by Thelyvale tgomery, to Hichford. In Massachusetts. jioton, by Pcpperel and Holies, rest, N. H. 1 In Connecticut. (Bridgeport, by Weston, Red Pc...

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Irish Eloquence. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 May 1817

Irish Eloquence . MR. PHILLIPS* SPEECH. ÜbVRT OF COMMON FLEAS, DUBLIN. Thurtlay, Dec 13, IS 16, CREIGHTON VI. TOWNSEND. This was a special action on the case Brought by the plaintiff, to recover compensation in damages for the seduction of his daughter by the defendant, fier ijuoj icrvUtum The defendant pleaded the general issue. The damages were 6000 pounds It was tried before lord Norbury and a special jury. Mr. Phillips addressed the court and jury, on behali of the plaintiff, in the fol lowing eloquent speech: My lord and gentlemen—l am, with my learned brethren, counsel for the plaintiff My friend, Mr Curran has told you the nature of the action. It has fallen to my lot to state more at large to you the aggression by which it has been Occasioned. Believe me, it is with no paltry affectation of undervaluing my very humble powers, that I wish he had selected some more experienced, or at least less credulous advocate. I feel 1 Cannot do my duly; 1 am not fit to ad dress you; I hav...

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SOUS" LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 May 1817

SOUS" LIBERTY. F.ESBUHG, vtttamj. Toesbav May 6. I We have this day commenced fcf,cation of Mr. Phillips’ speech, Ey regret that our limits will not ■us to lay it before our readers at Bit exceeds any thing we have yet |m this celebrated Irish orator. Kjld recommend it to all classes of Hers not only for the elegance of Kn, but for the purity of its sentifro the female part of our readHarticular, we would doubly reKa its perusal. They are parti■exposed to the cruel fangs ol that U monster against which Mr. ■ has so eloquently raised his ■Read then, ye fair daughters of Bia, ponder and profit by this use Bon. Ye who are treading the Bs of a Townsend , retrace your ||Kb ere it be too late. dank war. ||lanks in Alexandria, which jogKg so harmoniously during the Bion of specie payment, have at at loggerheads. The I rankHk of Alexandria is the victim Bby the rest as a sacrifice to be •Hat the shrine of monopoly.— ißer the victim be innocent or not, ■to say; but we are ready to con ■at th...

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or the Genius or Liberty. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 May 1817

or the Genius or Liberty. Editor, . In your ,ast P a P er you intimated I Was y°ur opinion that “Iteaolu would have supported me better than “meett Bu» Behold Patience in JRts glowing colours; See resignation near at hand which will ultimately lead me on to resolution.However I will not enter into an argument on a subject so full of matter on each side but shall conclude my dissertation on jealousy with this piece. I have heretofore endeavoured to point out to the unsuspecting reader the effects of jealousy up 1 n mankind. But I now shall leave it to travel its own course in the bosoms of those who dread not its pestilential influence, those who have not felt its sting can form no adequate idea of the anguish and remorse that mark her ways. Oh, ye, who have not felt the sting Of jealousy’s keen dart, Nor heard the sound of the shrill string Nor felt it in thy heart: Oh pause before you farther go Nor think it yet too late To save yourself from dreadful woe And from a horrid stale. H...

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HIGHLY IMPORTANT! [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 May 1817

HIGHLY IMPORTANT! Herald Office, Norfolk, > April 24. 1817.5 REVOL UTIONIJV BRAZIL . IJy a gentleman who arrived here in the brig Herald, from Barbadoes, we arc informed that the province of Pernambucco (in Brazil) had revolted, and declared itself independent of the Brazilian government. Our informant, who is a resident of the town of Pernambucco, which place . he left on the 13th March, states that this revolution was brought about by the concurrence of the military with the citizens. on the 6th of March. It commenc ed at the barracks, where a colonel of artillery attempting to put some officers of the regiment stationed mere under arrest, one of them ran him through with a sword; and the principal aid decamp of the governor, arriving and endeavoring to narangue the troop" he was instantly shot. \ general beat to arms ensued; the mili tia were cal ed out but they. as also a promiscuously aimed population ‘.as various in its character as its color) joined the military—an...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 May 1817
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 May 1817

PROPOSAL TO PUBLISH BY SUBSCRIPTION, Selections from the first volume of inn SHAMROCK. Comprising among other matter, seven speeches tfy Philips, on different occasions Extracts from the writings of O’Conry, the two Grattans, Gobbett, tho Edinburg Reviewers, bir Francis Buty dett, &c. CONDITIONS The “Selections ’ will be published in ten extra weekly numbers, in octavo form, and will be transmitted by mail —• i'hey will, when bound make a volume of 160 pages, bhould it exceed this size- no additional charge will be made. !’he first number will appear in the fi'St week of May or if possible. >-fionci 'I he price will be one dollar (exc!u» sive of postage payable by persons receiving it by mail, on receipt of the firstnumber , One copy will be given to each person holding a subscription paper for evtiy ten subscribers he may obtain and lor whose payment he will be responsible. (The second volume of the Shamrock was commenced 4th January and will be completed in ...

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THE RECESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 May 1817

THE RECESS. YES! A VOLUNTARY MISTAKEThe following lines are selected frofti an old Almanac. We would recommend them to all languishing, sighing, despairing lovers, whose bewitching little dulcinas continue to vex, perplex and torment them, by that uncourlly word NO. Young Colin presented me with a fine rose, The prettiest flow’r of any that grows; He begged me t’ accept it, you may easily guess, I answered him no when I meant to say yes. We sat ourselves down by a shady green tree, And many fine things he did say unto me; He fervently ask’d if I’d grant him a kiss, 1 answer’d him no, but I long’d to say yes. i.le ask’d in plain terms if l‘d be his bride; He swo>'e there was nothing he wanted beside; My joy at this question no tongue can express, I meant to say no, but mistook and said yes. Then straight to the church we directed our course, To marry each other for better for worse; Then married we weie, and you’ll easily guess, I no more said no when I wish’d to say yes. ...

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?Y THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 May 1817

?Y THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. W HEREAS. by the first section of 1 an act of congress, passed on the 31st day of March, 1808, entitled “An act; 4,'oacerning the sale of the lands of the' United Stales and for other purposes ” the president of the United States is authorised to cause certain public lands to he offered for sale; Wherefore, I James Monroe, president of the United States, in conformity with the said act, and other acts of congr ess, 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 law, of the public lands in the district cast of Pearl river, bounded on the west by Chickasawhay rive:, on the south by the parrallel of the 51° ol north latitude, on the cast by the Mobile and Totn.bigby rivers, and on the north by the creeks, Santaboguc and Hogue Homo, (the one falling into the Tombigby and the other into the Chickasawhay rivers) which have been...

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TREASURY UKrARTMEST,} March 14, 1817. 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 May 1817

TREASURY UKrARTMEST,} March 14, 1817. 3 Notice is hereby given, that funds have tyeen assigned for the payment of such treasury notes, and the interest thereon, as are now dii£ at the loan office in Boston, in the state of Massachusetts. And the said treasury notes will accordingly be paid, upon the application of the holders thereof respectively, at the said loan office in Boston, at any time /trior to 1 st of May 1817, after which day interest Will cease to be payable upon the said treasury notes. The commissioners of loans in the several states arc retested to make this -> notice generally known, by all means in their power; and the printers authorised to publish the laws of the United Slates, will be pleased to insert it once a week in their respective papers, until the first day of May next. VVm, H. CRAWFORD. Secretary of the treasury

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