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DEPARTMENT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 May 1817
DEPARTMENT OF WAR. Additional accountants office , ) September 37, 1816. J “It 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—lt is hereby made known to the officers »f the late army, who have public accounts to settle, and to such non commissioned officers ana privates discharged, who have arrearages of pay due them that by for warding their papers 'o this office by mail their accounts will be settled and the balances remitted without incurring soy 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 ” I he duties heretofore confided to the additional accountant...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 May 1817
Offered for Sale , A number of LOTS in’ the town of Leesburg, &amp;c. One lot on market street, containing one acre, where the Poor house formerly stood, witfi plenty of stone in the cellar, to buiral a smart house—One other Lot on the same street containing four Acres and a quarter—that valuable lot laying below the Presbyterian Church on the oppo site side. Also, a number of Lots on the north end of King street—One lot containing one acre facing Mr Greenwall’s house— ALo one quarter of an acre facing Mr Cordell’s—Also two lots containing two acres each, a little farther out on the same street. Also, one lot on back street, containing one acre and a half Also, one half acre facing the E piscopal Church. Also, that valuable two story brick house, situate and being on Market street, one door below Maj. F Smiths—the house will be in a short I time completely finished, and has two rooms below and above, and a&amp;excellent garret, cellar and brick kitchen. WM. WRIGHT. L...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 May 1817
PROPOSAL TO OV SUBSCRIPTION) Selections FROM THE FIRST VOLUME OF TIE SHAMROCK. Comprising among other matter, seven speeches by Philips, on different occa sions Extracts front the writings of O’Conry, the two Grattans, ( obbett, the Edinburg Reviewers, Sir Francis Bur dett, See. cowniTiojvs. The “Selectio»*j’ will be published in ten extra in octavo form, and will be transmitted by mail■ They will, when bound make a volume of 160 pages, should it exceed this size, no additional charge will be made. The fitst number will appear in the first week of May or, if possible, sooner '1 he price will be one dollar, (exclu* sive of payable by persons re* ceiving it by mail, on receipt of the first * number ! One copy will be given to each person i holding a subscription paper for every | ten subscribers he may obtain and for whose payment he will be respons.ble (The second volume of the Sham* , rock was commenced 4th January and will be completed in the year 1817Nine numbers are now ready for...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 20 May 1817
Real Estate ft&gt;r ®N Tuesday the 10th of will be sold to the highest bj, Hillsborough Loudoun county lowing valuable property, btlor the estate of Samuel Clendinin,! dec’d, to wit—y(,)ne Lot of GrodjJ ta ning half an acre, on which ij stone dwelling house and kitcheul ing—one other lot with a stbrel and blacksmith’s shop same qu a grouhd; two and three quarters i meadow ground, adjoining said to der a rail fence—also, a wood lot] south east side of the north end! Short Hill, containing upwards o fl ty-two acres of Land Any pen ing to purchase can view the before the day of sale. Terms ' made known on the djy of sale. WM.CLENDIMNG. ) SAML, GLENDiNiNG.y May 13—[4w. Pur suant to a deed of trust’given byJozabedl to Benjamin i ladfield to secure J of money therein nitntioned will J on the premises on third day thef day the seventh month (called u| mill and lot of land containing ah ty one acres, formerly the propu Abijah Janney, and known by the] of J Rockbridge Mil Such a deed...
Laws of the Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817
Laws of the Union. (BY AUTHORITY,) An act to authorise the appointment of a surveyor for the lands in the north ern part of the Mississippi territory, and the sale of certain lands therein described. Be it enacted by the senate and house of refiresenlatives f the United States of A merica, in congress assembled. That a sur veyor of the lands of the United States in the Mississippi territory. lying north of an east and west line to be drawn from the river Mississippi, through fort Wil Hams, to the western boundary line of the state of Georgia, shall be appointed, whose duty it shall be to engage a suffi cient number of skilful surveyors as his deputies, and tp cause the lands above mentioned, which have not already been surveyed, and to which the Indian title has been extinguished, to be surveyed and divided in the manner provided by law for the surveying of the other pub lie lands of the United States in the Mississippi territory, to do and perform all such acts in relation to the s...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817
CONDITIONS. Genius o~ Liberty will be once a week on good medium TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance, or TWO DOLd FIFTY CENTS, if not paid e expiration of the year. No I be discontinued until arrearpaid, except at the discretion lor. TisEMENTS will be inserted in übus manner, at one dollar per r the three first insertions, and f cents for each additional inserose who send in their advertiseII please to mention how often them inserted, otherwise they ntinued until forbid, and chargingly. II communications and letters on ust be—POST PAID, SANDS AND ANDREW BIRD SALE, SE to take notice, that on the of June next, at Solomon Spar rn, in the town of Queen Anne, eorge’s county, in the state of 1 shall, between the hours ol in the morning and six o clock ning of that day, take the depoWilliam B. Mullikin, and on day of June next, at William tavern, in the town of Leesburg, Loudoun, and Commonwealth ia, 1 shall,between the hours ol k in the morning and snj, the evening of tnht day take sition o...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817
Land for Sale THE subscriber offers for i 150 Acres of La Lying in Fauquier county, within and a half of Paris, about sixty cleared finely timbered and watere equal to any land in the county f production of wheat and other ai and well adapted to plaister and &lt; There is a good new LOCI D' LING HOUSE, nearly finished. ■ 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 wi mile arid 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 SETT Paris, May 20.—[3 m. LOS T, ON the Soyi day of dpv\\ last, be my house and /.eesburg, a Ridicule taining a small ~ T Pocket Book, with about five dollars in bank m one was a Two Dollar note on the mer’s Dank of Virginia—also, a I of keys, wrapped up in a netted rid If any person has found the same will deliver them to the subscriber,
7ROH THE FRANKLIN RSFOSITORT. THE LOCUST, f [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817
7ROH THE FRANKLIN RSFOSITORT. THE LOCUST, f Observation* on the Cicada or Locust of America, which appears periodically once in 16 or 17 years —By Moses Eartram. On the 6th of June, 1766, I took several twigs of different kinds of trees on which I saw Locusts darting (as it is called] to lay their eggs; of those twigs I put some in empty vials, some in vials with n little water, and some I stuck in a pot of earth, which I kept moist in order to preserve the twigs fresh. July 31, the eggs in the twigs in the vial with water hatched, as did those in the twigs in the pot of earth, soon after them: but the twigs in the empty vial being withered, the eggs perished; yet 1 have observed that on the twigs accidentally broken off in the woods, if they lie near the ground in the shade so as to be kept moist, the eggs in them will hatch indue time; but those that are exposed to the sun, they surely die.—The young Locusts that were hatched in the twigs in the vial ran down the twigs to the wate...
FROM THE DELAWARE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817
FROM THE DELAWARE GAZETTE. To agriculturalists and others who wish to preserve their fruits. Attend to the destruction of the Caterpillars this season in particular—for it is to be Locust year, and there will be food sufficient and to spare for the feathered tribe. Therefore as the feathered tribe prefer the locust to the caterpillars the latter will multiply and deposit such an infinite number of ova, that the next' year you will have a laborious task to I prevent the destruction of your fruits, | unless you are more active than usual. AN AGRICULTURALIST.
MEDITERRANEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817
MEDITERRANEAN NEWS. Extract of a letter from one tf our naval officers to his friend tn Boston, dated at ( 'adiz, March 9 “In January we again sailed for Al* giers. The batteries of this strong city again present a formidable appearance The Dey has finally concluded to accept our treaty- though when signing it, he said he was on his back, while we pre sented a knife to his throat. But of this you probably know more than we do.*— In January we reached Gibraltar We found the celebration of the carnivalhad rendered it much gayer than usual •&gt;ome nights the streets and houses were filled with persons masked. Masquerades are found to be so demoralizing that they have been prohibited by most of our state legislatures. On the 27 th we departed, and anchoied here on the 28th ult , “Cadiz is a regular, well built city, nearly insulated, containing 56,000 in i habitants. It has public squares, and the alameda for walks; this is next the sea, and has a pleasant prospect ol the bay. ...
From a Philadelphia paper. SUMMARY OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817
From a Philadelphia paper. SUMMARY OF NEWS. The king of England had been seized with a paralytic affection. Parliament had been prorouged till after caster, after having passed the necessary laws for securing public peace and tranquility. Lucien Bonaparte had requested passports, to embark his family for the U. States. America is probably destined to afford this family an assylum from the obloquy that must necessarily attend them in every part of Europe. Massena, prince of Ealing, died at Paris, on the 4th of April. It waa reported, that Bonaparte was to be removed from St. Helena to Malta, on the intercession of the emperor Alexander—a Koriolk rumor, probably. The son of Gustuvus, who was put aside to , make room for Bemaclolte, during* the ! Ilona part can reign,iawith his cousin the king of Wirtembcrg;/he is said to be an Laccomplished young man; and being -a I nephew to the emperor Alexander it is probable, that such a course may be pursued, as shall place him on the throne of !...
IMPORTANT—# true. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817
IMPORTANT—# true. The following extract of a letter gives us a report of a most interesting character. Apodara, we believe has been a long time in America—having passed to Mexico from the island of Cuba, of which he had for some time been governor- This report again awakens a gleam of hope, that Mexico may still achieve her inde pendence. The last intelligence, indeed represented it as hopeless. Apodaca was then said to have extinguished the last spark of insurrection by taking the patriot officers into his service. But may not this have been an ingenious finesse ■ to execute the object disclosed in the fot - i lowing extract? We shall wait for 1 news from that quarter of the world with great anxiety. [Richmond Enquirer, Extract of a letter from a gentleman in New Orleans, to hia friend tn this city dated New-Orleans, April 8. “The news of the day here is, that the viceroy of Mexico, Apodaca has declared himself independent and has an immense force arrayed to support this declaratio...
FRANCE, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817
FRANCE, All is not so well in as the friends of ‘'social ordrr’A wish, The smothered sparks olA ic resentment every once in a wA sent themselves; and a very gentt«H city of provisions prevails to r«A poorer classes of people less patifl der the grievances they endmA King, borne down with the wA years and bodily infirmities, is A pected long to survive. His A looked to as the era of a terrible A sion. Who will rise and who vA the ruin it will cause, no one can A dertake to say.—[/i. A
RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817
RUSSIA. This great empire, which m« European potentates probably I as already sufficiently powerful legitimate purpose, appears el anxious still further to extend i reign ty. We observe account! daily, of marriages between mei the imperial house and connexia reigning families of the south, tl emperor shall lose therefore, for pretexts to conquest, lie will add empire by means of these matt alliances. We entertain every for the emperor Alexander! ve him a wise and virtuous prince; done much for Russia, and she life be prolonged will probably do deal mote; yet, he is not exem( that “last infirmity of noble mind ambitious The last accounts re rumour of abrupture between the of Ispahan and St. Petersburgwould indeed be a fine field fort# lary talents of the grand duke.—[
VERY LATE FROM FR [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817
VERY LATE FROM FR New-york, M*&lt; Last evening arrived at this P 1 fast sailing ship Maria There**) 1 in 22 days from Havre, (whence* ed on the 13th April) and 20 day the Lizard. The editors of the Mercantile tiscr are indebted to capt. Skiddj file of Paris papers to the 16th &lt;* They contain no news of import* American flour is quoted in letters of the 15th, at 80 francs P relj rice had declined a little-r-S*® were sold at 40 fr.; upland cfljpl 2 37; New Orleans da. 3 55 « Island 3 50 n ?s.
Iter from fb^ce. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817
Iter from fb^ce. VIW-TO«Ki • fast sailing brig Ocean, in 21 m Havre, we hav* Pa™ P a Pf* thult They furnish some articles st, Mr. Wells, formerly seerehe Austrian legation at Stock* s been appointed by the Austrian ient consul general to the United America. „ from Nables speak of a conhathad been detected in that The Grand Seignor is upon footing with the deys of Algiers, and of Tripoli. It is generally I that he will avail himself of this nice to act with vigor against Bashaws of Egypt. The Dey s has re-established his fleet.— (ready a considerable number of hich according to the last ac* ere preparing for.a cruize.
■IUS OF liberty. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817
■IUS OF liberty. WpESURG, VIHGIMA, B Tuesday, May 27. ||B| tion of Independence. — This naBH)rk is progressing, and from BHarmation we have been able to BHe believe it will be one of the ||Bndid engravings ever executed BHuntry. In short we have every Bm believe it will vie with the most ||Biroductions of European artBHe paper on which it is to be is finished—it cost g!25 per BHd weighs 135 lbs; it is made of ■t linen only. It is from the |Hll of Mr. Thomas Amies, and ■to any ever manufactured in the IHtates. The engraving has been artists hands fourteen months who are disposed to avail of the above splendid work IHesent prices, g 10, without coWfk and gl3 with, and those who Httcourage the progress of the line ||His country, may have an opporapplying to the office of the Wmf Liberty , where subscriptions jHtinue to be received until the June. ■ J imij. —“A practical farmer” states Boo's Daily Advertiser, that plaisjHris will destroy the Hessian fly IHnade the experiment and finds I...