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DEPARTMENT OF WAR. Additional accountants office, ? September 27,1816. ) [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 May 1817
DEPARTMENT OF WAR. Additional accountants office, ? September 27,1816. ) '•lt having been made the duty of this office by law to adjust and settle all accounts in the war department, which remained unsettled at the conclusion of the late war and are now unsettled—-It is hereby made known to the officers of the late army, who have public accounts to settle, and to such non-commissioned officers and privates discharged, who have arrearages of pay due them, that by forwarding their papers to 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 additional accounta...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 May 1817
Wanted. Immediately. jit the Marble Quarry , Montgomery county, Maryland , on the Potomac, ONE HUNDRED STRONG, HEALTH? Laboring Men, to whom liberal wages will be given, and for strong and healthy negro men JVinety Dollars from the first of April until the first of January next; or in proportion for such time as they shall remain at the Quarry. By order of the President of the U. States SAMUEL LANE, Commissioner of the public buildings, APPLY TO John Nelson, esq. Frederick-Town, John Littlejohn, esq. Leesburg, John Hartnett, at the Quarry, Joshua Shelton, near Conrad’s ferry, Major Noland, at Aldie, (Loudoun,) Samuel Clapham, esq. The printers of the paper, Alexandria, And the Commissioner of the public buildngs at Was.'-ington. March 28.—[tf. Offered jor Sale , A number of LOTS in the town of Leesburg, £cc. One lot on market street, containing one acre, where the Poor-house formerly stood, with plenty of stone in the cellar, to build a smart house—One other Lot on the same street c...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 6 May 1817
Valuable Loudo J LAND FOB, SAI WILL be sold at public sale on j clay the 9th day of June all my f #t lands containing between 7 and soo in different tracts, suitable for t .| and nice farms, situate near I, (( and Waterford. Also a very lan&gt; commodious b BRICK HOUSI situate on Loudoun street, I ecsbtif, culated for any kind of public bui It has belonging to it an extra l tl oining, containing 5 aeries of C |, meadow ground, and in a good stai cultivation. 'I he above property # no further illustration for its good productive quality, as persons wish; purchase will first view the premist! judge for themselves. -ale to nienceat 10 o’clock where due atic# will be given and terms made k by PETER BENEDU April‘22 —tf. To Rent , A GOOD T VERN ST A! IN the town of Leesburg, situate the corrner of Loudoun and Prince s i The house is 30 by 3G feet, will large rooms below, and three file ( —two rooms above with one fire p an excellent brick kitchen, with a | of never failing water a...
COJfDlTlhwa. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 13 May 1817
COJfDlTlhwa. I Gvmus or LibAty will be Id once a week on good medium U r WO DOLLARS per annum, [ in advance, or TWO DOLLnd FIFTY CENTS, if not paid the expiration of the year. No rill be discontinued until arrearL paid, except at the discretion bitor. Ibtisemknts will be inserted in [cuous manner, at one dollar per L- the three first insertions, and |vf cents for each additional inserFbose who send in their advertise[will please to mention how often kh them inserted otherwise they continued until forbid, and chargirdingly. All communications and letters on i must be—POST PAID.
vs of the Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 13 May 1817
vs of the Union. I (BY AUTHORITY) ET authorising the payment of a Bhf money to '’jaUiauiel Heavy and ■s. ■ enacted by the senate and house of Bt tatives &lt;f the United Stales of A ■vt congress assembled. That the Bry of the Treasury be and lit is Bauthorized and required to pay ■ny money in the Treasury not ■se appropriated, the sum of three Hr! dollars in equal proportions to ■it) Heavy, Rich worth Mason, and ■ T -'ley. of the state of MassachuBie'.r agent or legal representatives; ■sum of three hundred dollars is ■ them, as an evidence entertained ■gross of their valor and good con- ■ having recaptured the schooner ■ the late war with Great Britain idle prisoners of the prize crew o‘ Ihooner. consisting of three British n; which prisoners were delivered ■toilector of Wiscassett in the dis ■ Maine: and also as compensation I prisoners so taken ■ch 3, 1817—Approved, | JAMES MADISON. ■ to authorise the Secretary of the Rsmy to cause re-payments to be le of certain alien dut...
MU. PHILLIP’S SPEECH, (concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 13 May 1817
MU. PHILLIP’S SPEECH, (concluded.) Horrible beyond thoughtas is this aggravation, I only hear in it the voice of the Deity in thunder upon the crime. Yes* yes, it is the present &lt;&gt;od.mfming the vicious agent against the vice, and terrify ing from its conception of the turpitude to which it may lead. But what aggra vation does seduction need? Vice is its essence, lust its end, hypocrisy its ihstru ment, and innocence 'us victim. Must ! detail its miseries? Who depopulates the home of virtue, making the child an orphan, and the parent childless? Who wrests its crutch from the tottering helplessness of piteous age? Who wrings Its happiness from the heart of youth? Who shocks the vision of the public eye? Who infects your very thoroughfares with disease, disgust, obscenity and pro. fewness? Who pollutes the harmless scenes where modesty resorts foi mirth, and toil for recreation, with sighs that the pure, and shock the sensitive? Are these the phrases of an interes...
LATE FROM BUENOS AYRE‘ . [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 13 May 1817
LATE FROM BUENOS AYRE‘ . Baltimore may 2 Last evening arrived at this port tin schooner Patriot, captain Thomson, in 50 days from Buenos Ayres. By this arrival we have received from our attentive correspondent at that place Buenos Ayres t.azettes to the 3d of March- containing the official,account of ihe capture oft hli, by the republican forces, and other par ticulars relative to the progress of the pa triol armies. We have been favored, by a commercial friend with the following translations from our files, for which wt return him our thanks. [TRANSLATED ton THE SALTIMORE tATBIOT ] BUENOS AYRES O \ZBTTE EXTRAOkDI Ail V, 27tu rt». ruamv. Yesterday, at 3 P. M. Don Manuel Escalada arrived in this capital, bringing the royal standard, which was captured at (,'hacabuco It was presented to his excellency the supreme director in the presence of many civil and military offi cers At 6it was deposited in the citadel, serving as a trophy to the national colors. Salutes were fired on the occas...
Desfiatch/rcktgrK. Sun [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 13 May 1817
Desfiatch/rcktgrK. Sun firemr tMrector. Most excellent sir—A diviiul men of the army of C'hlli hai9| destroyed in tin t) 'ains oft haql afternoon- (I2lh j ebruary.) bj9 under my command Six hu*9 oners, including.3o officers, &lt;9 and a standard, which 1 have 9 to tfansmitto you are the restS happy day, with more than 10(9 arms aud two field pieces. B The pressure of time does n,9 tny enteringlftito details w hiclj |l you as soott as possible; in 9 while I crfßmt find expprtsswJ enough to do justice to the hr a 9 troops: our loss does not amoi9 men. Brigadier generals 7/9 Holer and /Jon Bernardo O’/liggM nently distinguished lhemselv9 Head-Quarters, Chacabuco, il 1817. ■ JO-'F DE SAN MAli To His Excellency 8 The Supreme Director of (I Genera/ &amp;an Martin to the supr 9 Most Excellent Sir—-The g|9 of (. hacubuco has restored to (I enjoyment of its liberty Tli9 ol the enemy’s army dispersed 9 joining ours in great numbers 9 into our hands as prisoners 9 t ve ex gover...
I Til [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 13 May 1817
I Til nHK« PA in icll-ars. $ of a Utter from a gentleman in Ayree. to hie friend in thte city Bt)tHOS ATRKS) FE&gt;- 88 iv last letter 1 informed you of res* of general ?&gt;an Martin, who meed into Chili having passed lilleras without opposition, at the an army of 5000 men. 1 have rate- that we have received the of an action haying been fought the Koyahsts a..d S the troops o mce, which ended in the total id destruction of the former ress arrived in town, accompaman officer, who brought the co lie king’s troops taken 1 here uo killed, and 500 taken prison a general The Hueßos Ayreentered the capital, Santiago March 1. is gone; it is in the hands of the who have carried every thing lem The last accounts state be in Coqmmbo- aud the Royal yin every direction, ’an Mar s with all conndence and they i,d no further resistance, '1 be is for a wai with the PoiTu nd it is firmly believed by malt will be declared immediate, have further accounts. General the royal governor of...
IviUS LIB KIM' i . [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 13 May 1817
IviUS LIB KIM' i . MESBURG, VIHGmiA. l ur.suAV May 13. ■celebrated V'm. Cobbett, and his Bis, have left the fast anchored isle Hived in .Sew York. Bipears thatZerah Colburn has been Bimc at \Vcstmiri9ter, under the Bagc of the earl of Bristol. ■of respect to the talents and ex B character of the ate Mr. Grosve Be memoers of the Baltimore bar ■greed to appear with crape for one I Richmond. April 25. ■FROM NE W- OR(,LANS ■ have seen a letter from NeW-Or ■ ofthe 29tn ultimo, which states Be late tumults had blown over A I jury who had been impanelled on 1-b to pass upon the offences charg Binsl Che assailants of the British ■ had returned into court without Ig bills for any of the several of ft which had been alleged. B fact is worth a score of specula• B-i.'iuit the 18tb. so far from being I of the popularity of the Duke of Bt», has requested and almost re* ■i, that he a d hts Ductless should I (heir permanent abode in trance! Ic accounts from the Mcdilerrane- ■ e contradictory some p...
Boston, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 13 May 1817
Boston, April 28. Captain Townsend arrived at Provi. deuce on Wednesday last in the brig Viper, from Cadiz, informs that two Spanish expeditions were fitting out at that place; one was said tb be destined for t ima—-1 he otner for Havana and Verra Cruz—and were expected to sail in a very short time, each one Accompanied uy 3000 troops, infantry and cavalry N'o political news of moment at Cadiz. The »v ashington, 74, captain Creigh .on, the sloop oi war Peacock., capt Rogers. and Hparki caqtaii. Nicholson, sailed from Cadiz for Gibraltar on the -l in of ’laicli. I'iie remainder of the squadron were understood to be at Port "lahon Every thing was tranquil and secure in the Mediterranean, and the of hceisand crews ot our fleet were in hue health and spirits Captain I .is the bearer of despatches from commodore Cbauncey to the sect tary ol the navy, a d from Mr, El vim, our Ambassador «t Madrid, to the set retary of state INDIAN guru AGE— AG AIN. savannah. April 32 W« have accounts from...
INTERE PING LAW SUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 13 May 1817
INTERE PING LAW SUIT. \ suit has been brought by the President and Directors of the franklin Bank of Alexandria, against the Directors of some of the other banks of that town, on the ground of the defendants having used mean# to prevent the circulation of that bans This is probably the first case of the kind, which has occurred in the United states, aitn ugh in England cases analo, gous t;» it ha e been decided i he plaintiffs are said to foyntj their &lt;b &lt;Sn &amp;e StefifttsteA of a run on the bank having been prod tic ed by false alarms, purposely circulated by the defendants, as to the solvency of the bank) and a partial injuiy thereby caused to the circulation of its paper.
MARRIED, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 13 May 1817
MARRIED, On Thursday the Ist May, at Dr Charles Cocke’s, in Albemarle. Virginia, by the rev. Mr. Dunn, of Loudoun. General Ahmistvad 1. Mason, to , Miss Cbaelovt* Eliza Tatlor, i youngest daughter'ofthe late John 'fay lor, Esq. of Southampton
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 13 May 1817
Riley's THE Subset!.-.,. _ , esting and Valuable work, are inf that the books are at the office i Genius of Liberty, ready for dehvi ALSO several copies for sale Labaumes JSarra OF TEE Campaign in Rusi SUBSCRIBERS to this work a formed that the books are left with utH BT. Caldwell for delivery i ci jji s of the same for sale—-ALSC Rollin's Ancient I In four volumes 8 vo, for sale at th lice—price 81050 Dollars Rewa RAN A.. AY from the subst residing near Leesburg. Loudoun ty, a negro man. called JAMES, About 21 years of age, 5 feet 6or 7 es high, remurkabiy well funnet handsome Had on when he absc a dark-olive coat ha.f worn, a c vest, and pantaloons of corded c He formerly belonged to Mr. I, Bust of Leesburg. 1 will give the reward, if he is taKtn out of the viz &lt; ;ne Dollar for every mile hi Oc distant from home; Twenty dol apprehended out of the county, am Dollars ii arrested in the neighbor! \VliSl WOOD MAS( May 13—[4 w. XT* The editors of the Wine Constellation, the ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 13 May 1817
Real &lt;*sfate for m ON Tuesday the 10th of June will be sold to the highest bidds Hillsborough. Loudoun county, tli lowing valuable property, belong! the estate of Oamutl Clendining, dec'd, to wit—One Lot of Ground taming half aft acre, on which is a stone dwelling house and kitchen a&lt; ,ing—one other lot with a store 1 and blacksmith’s shop, same quani ground: two and three quarters acr meadow ground, adjoining said towi der a rail fence—also, a wood lot, o south east side of the north end o •short Hill, containing upwards of 1 ty-two acres of (amd- Any person ing to purchase, can view the pro before the day of sale. Terms wi made .known on the day of sale. WM. CLENDINING, ) ~ SAML. CLENDINING.3 May 13.—[4w. Pu »suant to a deed of trust given by.iozabed W to Heiijamin in adfield to secure a ■of money therein mentioned will he on the i&gt;rc mies on third day the fif'te day the seventh month (called uiy mill and lot of land containing about ty one acres, ...
THE BE CESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 13 May 1817
THE BE CESS. THE RETURN OP SPRING. “Rise up my love, my fisirtum, xnd come away. For 10, ibe i« past, the rain is over and gopc; the flowers appear on the earth* the trine of the waging birds is come, and the voice of the turtle ia heard in our land.” Solomon’* Song*. Awake, my beloved, my fair come away*. While the song of the grove hails the rising of day; Lol springs blooming treasures enamel the lawn, . And the storms of dark winter «l« over and gone. O, sweet at thy breath la each zephyr that blows, \ AAd bright aa thy cheek is the blush of the rose, And soft as thine accents of tenderness bland, &gt; Vi - ' U the voice of the turtle dere beard in our land. Then come, and Til lead thee to close woven bowers, Where the wild brook flows smoothly , margins of flowers- , Where the shy steps oi love no intrusion need fear, And its tender confiding* no mortal can hear) The wild brook shall dimple with plea* . sure and prde, A&gt; thy beauties reflected are seen in its...