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PROM A LATE I..XDOS rAPER." COUNSELLOR O’GARNISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 May 1817

PROM A LATE I..XDOS rAPER." COUNSELLOR O’GARNISH. We take shame to ourselves for not having sooner noticed the very able address to the court of (be king's bench during the last term, of a barrister from the sister kingdom, in the cause of Serge against Sabretch. The following is, we believe, a pretty correct report of it!— “When I look around me, and above me, and tfclow me, and dizzily ponder o ver the tide of time, which, foiling thro’ this elevated edifice, sweeps the mighty and the' mean to one common bourne, whence, as the poet of natuie inform Us. no traveller returns—when I reflect that the court which I now address, nay per haps, the vciy segment of the seat 1 now occupy, was heretofore enlightened by that aurora borealis of legal effulgence, which formed a halloe on the brows of a Dunning and a Mansfield, I feel rooted with terror to the ground and paralysed in my lower extremities like the marble monarch in the Arabian tales. Vt ould lieaven that the red haired founder of...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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FROM SOUTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 May 1817

FROM SOUTH AMERICA. BALTIMORE, MAY 13. It is mentioned in a Nassau paper of the 13th ult. that intelligence had been received there from the Spanish Maine, that gen Morillo, commander of the royal forces had been defeated by the patriots in the valley of St Joseph, and hat he was mortally wounded in the con fliet. The independent troops under Bo livab and others, had generally been successful, and the patiiot cruziers had much increased in numbers. The latter complain of the protection affo. ded by British convoys to Spanish vessels, and threaten to capture all they met with under such convoy without respect there to.—[ / at.

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FROM C/vLCUTTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 May 1817

FROM C/vLCUTTA. At the time of the sailing of the Cad mus, the Pindarees had excited consid erable apprehension at Calcutta, they having laid waste several places and ap proached within twenty or thirty miles of that city The Pindarees are mount ed cavalry and have uniformly joined the Vlalnattas in their wars, but having no war at present on hand, are employ ; ing themselves in depradations. 4 The Calcutta papers mention the death of the Hajah of Aefiaul, and that one of his queens, one of Ins concubines, and five female attendants were cunsum ed on his funeral pile, on whichthey pre cipitated themselves. One of them was only 16 years of age. vVe have a report from St. Domingo, April 6. that the Spaniards have ceded the district of Port-au-Plat to the French —and that a French rquadron with troops had arrived at the city of St. Do* mingo Mr Canning, who utters such pretty speeches and writes such pretty books. | was at the house of Mr. Goltz in Paris where he met madam de Stael —Th...

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ELECTIONS. Congressional re/iresentation. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 May 1817

ELECTIONS. Congressional re/iresentation. We have often wished, in reading the returns from our sister states, to have in one view the entire representation of each state in the congress of the United States, embracing those who have been elected, those who arc changed and the change in point of political complexion We now do unto others as we wish they should do unto us Having just received such returns as enable us to complete the list of representatives who have been elected this spring to con gress, we subjoin this list under the points of view which we have statejL I. District of the Northern Nwk— Wm. Lee Ball (republican,) in place of gen. John P. Hungerford, whose political course has not been considered steady by the republican party. 3 District of Norfolk , ts’c,—Thomas Newton, (rep) re elected, without opposition. 3 Of Gloucester, (sfc Burwell Bassett, (rep.) re-elected without opposition. 5, Of Southampton, ts'c—-James Johnston, (R.) re-elected without oppo sition 5 Of Ri...

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VIRGINIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 May 1817

VIRGINIA. We believe we do not err inaA i ing the following as the result of A lection for Representataiives tot|H teenth Congress, which has receA 1 minated in Virginia. ■ We have contrasted the represA in the last Congress with that in A i sent, as well to shew the changes! ai and political, that have taken A to designate the districts from wA new members arc elected. m Those in Italic are reputed fedA the rest are Republicans || FOURTEENTH CONGRESI.A P. P. Barbour, Wm. A. JlniwA well Bassett, James Brickenrid^ >A son (.oodwyn, Aylctt hawes, jA llungerlord, John G. Jackson,A Johnson, John ls.err, Vow/iA A«mA M-Coy, Hugh Nelson, 1 bos. M. A Thomas Newton, nines PleasatA Hanclaljihy Wm. U. Uoane, LiaraA A Ballard Smith, Magnus Talc, liA G. Tucker, John Tyler. A FIFTEENTH CONGRESIA P. P. Barbour, Win. A. itmwA well Bassett, John F’loyd, PetersoA vvyn, G. if. Strother, \v m. Lax A Rindull, James Johnson, W ns 1. A Charles F. Mercer VV in Al'CoyA Nelson, thus. M. Nelson, 1 h...

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tins orUBEBTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 May 1817

tins orUBEBTY. VIKGIJVM, 8B Tuesday, May 20. mm ■ ' !> - * ■■ . apology to the Alexandria for not attending to Ins ||ft complaint; hut can assure him 1 ft in consequence of our being Sftthe time his disease raged ft Finding him on our return, a Hft e composed we are disposed Iftturbhis lethargy by admmis lift, infallible nostrums Should llftus system again become agiftfthall be punctually at our post Iftully attend to the creature’s afBftalady. ||ft, r t t.f the American, the patriot Bft»ilanthrnpist will exult at the prospect of the patriots of Triumph seems to be nftipbn their standard in every ||ft'j'he day is not far distant when Hftail with joy a rising sister reH|B>ur sanguine hopes will be rewill triumph, and, as the Hftie Shamrock beautifully ex. “the goddess, extending one Bft rd the north pole, and resting Hfton Cape Horn, will enclose in HBace the entire family of free Aftßi |B Fly Immense quantities of ■l inevitably fall a sacrifice to Bes of this d...

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Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 May 1817
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 May 1817

Land for Sale , THE subscriber offers for s 150 Acres of La > ying in Fauquier county, within i and a half of Paris, about sixty cleared finely timbered and waterei equal to any land in the county f< production of wheat and other av and well adapted to plaister and c "1 here is a good new LOG D \ LING HOUSE, nearly finished, ’ sixty yards of an excellent spri I'h‘e above land is very convenient uated to good merchant mills an mills as there is two or three Wi mile and a half of it. A further de tion is deemed unnecessary, as it i sumed any person wishing to puri will view the premises. ON the 30th day of last, be my house and Leesburg, a Ridicule taining a small Pocket Book, with about five dollars in bank n one was a Two Dollar note on th« mer’s Bank of Virginia—also, a of keys, wrapped up in a netted ri( If any person has found the sanv will deliver them to the subscriber, on the road leading from Leesbi Noland’s ferry, about 5-j miles fro latter and 6| from ...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 May 1817

| THE POETIC A Kejioutory of Science and Litem CONDITIONS The work will continue to be pu ed in monthly numbers; each coi ing at least eighty pages Six numbers will form a Volume each volume shall be embellished an engraved title fiage. The itrice to subscribers will bi dollars fier annum; one half payat delivery of the third number an remainder on delivery of the sixth ber No subscription will be receive a less term than one year; to begin t with the commencement of the woi with tb z first number of any year. THE above work is entirely dei to original matter, and edited by tlemen of the first literary talents m timore and Philadelphia. It is the periodical work in the United Si which is exclusively devoted to on composition It ©tight t lie re tore, patronized by every American, wlii sires to see his country freed from ritual as Well as /loliiical bondage. *„• Subsciiptions to the above ■ will be received at the office of tin nius oj Liberty , where the iwo first umes and part of th...

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moil A LATE I „»DOS rAPER. COUNSELLOR O’GARNISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 May 1817

moil A LATE I „»DOS r APER. COUNSELLOR O’GARNISH. We take shame to ourselves for not having sooner noticed the very able address to the court of (he king's bench during the last term, of a barrister from the sister kingdom, in the cause of Serge ngainst Sabretch. The following is, vve believe, a pretty correct report of it:— “When I look around me, and above me, and b<?low me, and dizzily ponder o ver the tide of time, which, foiling thro’ this elevated edifice, sweeps the mighty and the mean to one common bourne, whence, as the poet of natuic inform us. no traveller returns—when I reflect that the court which I now address nay per haps, the veiy segment of the seat 1 now occupy, was heretofore enlightened by that aurora borealis of legal effulgence, which formed a halloe on the brows of a Dunning and a Mansfield, I feel rooted with terror to the ground and paralysed in my lower extremities like the marble , monarch in the Arabian tales. \' ould licaven that the red haire...

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FROM SOUTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 May 1817

FROM SOUTH AMERICA. BALTIMORI. MAY 13 II is mentioned in a Nassau paper of the 12th ult. that intelligence had been received there from the Spanish Maine, that gen Mokillo. commander of the royal forces had been defeated by the patriots in the valley of St Joseph, and hat he was mortally wounded in the con flict. The independent troops under Ho livar and others, had generally been successful, and the pati iot cruziers had much increased in numbers. The latter complain of the protection afforded by British convoys to Spanish vessels, and threaten to capture all they met with under such convoy w thout respect there to— [ • at-

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FROM CALCUTTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 May 1817

FROM CALCUTTA. At the time of the sailing of the Cad mils, the Pindarees had excited consul erable apprehension at Calcutta, they having laid waste several places and ap proachcd within twenty or thirty miles of that city 1 he Pindarees are mount ed cavalry and have uniformly joined the Vlalnattas in their wars, but having no war at present on hand, are employ ing themselves in depradations. I'he Calcutta papers mention the death of the Rajah of Aefiaul, and that one of his queens, one of Ins concubines, and five female attendants were consum ed on his funeral pile on whichthey pre cipitated themselves. One of them was only 16 years of age. 'Ve have a report from St. Domingo, April 6. that the Spaniards have ceded the district of Port-au-Plat to the French •—and that a French squadron with troops had arrived at the city of St. Domingo Mr Canning, who utters such pretty speeches and writes such pretty books, was at the house of Mr. Goltz in Paris where he met madam de Stael —The impe...

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ELECTIONS. Congressional representation. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 May 1817

ELECTIONS. Congressional representation. We have often wished, in reading the returns from our sister states, to have in one view the entire representation of each state in the congress of the United States, embracing those who have been elected, those who are changed and the change in point of political complexion We now do unto others as we wish they should do unto us Having just received such returns as enable us to complete the list of representatives who have been elected this spring to con gress, we subjoin this list under the points of view which we have stated I. District of the JVort/ntn Aesk Win. Lee Ball (republican,) in place of gen. John P. Hungerford, whose political course has not been considered steady by the republican party. 3 District of Norfolk, isle.— Thomas Newton, (rep) re elected, without opposition 3 Of Gloucester, isle Burwell Bassett, (rep.) re-elected without opposition. 5 Of Southampton, tiff —James Johnston, (R.) re-elected without oppo sition 5 Of Rich...

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VIRGINIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 May 1817

VIRGINIA. We believe we do not err ing the following as the result ofHS lection for Hepresentatauves tdilHj teenth Congress, which has recent nnnated in Virginia. H We have contrasted the reprtstHS in the last Congress with that in fIS sent, as well to shew the ul and political, that have taken to designate the districts from new members are elected. i|jl Those in Italic are r.putcd fcdiß'j the rest are Republicans Rn FOURTEENTH CONGRESS.HB P. P. Barbour, Win. A. j well Bassett, Janies BrickenridgtUi, ! son i .oodvvyn, Aylett hawes, jH| ; I'lungerford, John G. Jackson,KS Johnson, John ncit, Jose/ih Rg. M’l.oy, Hugh Nelson, 1 bos. M Hi Thomas Newton, nines PleasanHl Ranelolji/i, Wm. Li. Roane, AVnwilßl Ballard Smith, Magnus /'ate, lieHl G. Tucker, John 1 yler. jjffi] FIFTEENTH CON GRF.SL^M P. P. Barbour, Win. A. i!tmvcH| well Bassett, John Floyd, wyn, G. F'. Strother, \v m i.ee nHS Riudull, James Johnson, Vv m. , Char Its I<. Ahrcer \v in M'Coy,Hp Nelson, 1 hos. M. Nelson,...

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Kins LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 May 1817

Kins LIBERTY. IB'i/uWKG, VIIiGIMM* EM Tkrsuay, May 20 - I I apology »° the Alexandria for not attending to Ins nplaint; but can assure him consequence of our being time his disease raged ling him on our return, a mposed- we are disposed his lethargy by adminis idlible nostrums. Should rstcm again become agibe punctually at our post attend to the creature's ff the American, the patriot thmpist will exult at the ispect of the patriots of a Triumph seems to be i their standard in every day is not far distant when villi joy a rising sister resanguine hopes will be rewill triumph, and, as the ihamrock beautifully ex. te goddess, extending one le north pole, and resting i ape Horn, will enclose in he entire family of free A—lmmense quantities of jvitably fall a sacrifice to f this destructive insect, nd and from Baltimore we ; accounts of its ravages' t is said, that bid fair to shels to the acre, will not n consequence of the fly. y and Fairfax, its effects aing. o Farmers.—A writer in I...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 May 1817
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 May 1817

Land for Sale. THE subscriber offers for s 150 Acres of Lai > ying in Fauquier county, within i and a half of Paris, about sixty cleared finely timbered and watcrei equal to any land in the county ft production of wheat and other ar and well adapted to plaister and c 1 here is a good new LOG D \ LING HOUSE, nearly finished, i sixty yards of an excellent spri The above land is very convenient uated to good merchant mills an mills as there is two or three wii mile and a half of it. A further de tion is deemed unnecessary, as it i sumed any person wishing to pun will view the premises. ISAAC SETTI Paris, May 20.—[2 m. LOST, ON the 30th day of -4pril last, be my house and Leesburg, a Ridicule taining a small Pocket Book, with about five dollars in bank n one was a Two Dollar note on tin mer’s Bank of Virginia—also, a of keys, wrapped up in a notted ri( If any person has found the sanv will deliver them to the subscriber, on the road leading from Leesbi Noland’s ferry, about m...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 May 1817

THE PORTICO, A Repository of Science and Literature, CONDITIONS The work will continue to be publish* ed in mosthlt numbers; each containing at least eighty pages , Six numbers will form a Volume; and each volume shall be embellished with an engraved title page. The price to subscribers will be six dollars per annum; one half payabK on delivery of the third number and tne remainder on delivery of the sixth number No subscription will be received for a less term than one year; to begin either with the commencement of the worn, or with number of any year. THE above work is entirely devoted to original matter, and ed.ted by gentlemen of the first literary talents in isaltimore and Philadelphia. It is the onlyperiodical work in the United .Males, which is exclusively devoted to original composition It ought therefore, to be patronized by every American who desires to see his country freed from s pi» ritual as well as political bondage. , *,* Subset iptions to the above work will be rece...

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THE RECESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 May 1817

THE RECESS. FOR THE GENIUS OF LIBERTY. The Spring puts forth its blossoms fair; The birds are brisk and gajr; And Julia sees with tender care, The lovely buds of May. The birds earh choose its little mate, |'o bring their offspring up. And to the weary traveller prate, The sweets of Hymen’s cup. The gentle streams wind thro’ the mead, Nweet zephyrs o’er them blow; Large flocks on their steep banks doth feed. And gaze on them below. The green has covered all the plaint, The lambs are brisk and free; The small birds sing in flowing strains, And blithesome is the bee. The shepherd Winds his shrilling horn, i o summon up his flock; The huntsman looks for in the morn, The deer o’er hill and rock. Now Julia to her flow’r retires, A nosegay to prepare, Foi him who sounds his tuneful lyre. With sweet notes to his fair jtQUI.VUS.

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BY I'HF PRESIDENT OF IHE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 May 1817

BY I'HF PRESIDENT OF IHE UNITED STATES. WHEREAS, by the first section of an act of rongiess. 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 authorised ro cause certain public lands to he offered for sale; VVbkrkfurs. 1 James Monros,president of the United States in conformity with the said act, and other acts of congress, providing for the sale and dis posal of the lands of the U 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 east of Pearl river, bounded on the west by Chickasawhay river, on the south by the parrallel of the SI' 1 of north latitude- on the east by the Mobile and Tombigby rivers and on the north by the creeks, Santabogue and Rogue Homo, (the one falling into the Tombigby and the other into the Chickasawhay rivers ; which have Ween survey* ed ...

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