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POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817

POSTSCRIPT. By the politeness of a gentleman from Washington city! we received a paper, in anticipation of the mail, containing the following distressing intelligence. “The British vessel Angelina was lately foundered while on her passage from the Cape of Good Hope to the Isle ot France, and all on board perished.— Among these unfortunate persons were John Jambs Armstrong, Esq. late American consul at Teneriffe, and his family, consisting of hia wife, seven cnildren, two nephews and servants. Mrs. A. was a native of Baltimore,’* DIED, on Thursday the S3d inst. at Washington City, Domna Fkdhuca Mebkleih Y Onis, consort to his ex* cellency the chevalier de Onis, minister of Spainto the United States.

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817
Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817

LAND Sf MIL] For sale i THE subscribers being desiro move to the western country, wills accommodating terms, the mills, monly called the Scotland Mills, with One Hundred and three A C 1 of LAND attached to them, land is situated in one of the fmei most fertile tracts of country in Lou in a thickly settled neighborhood ol ful farmers; and one of the main from Leesburg, the county town of doun, passes through it &c. It is 14 miles from Leesburg, 53 from andria, Georgetown and Wasbii City—there is a good stream of that supplies the mills, with ,a fall feet, or more may be had if want the grist mill—the saw mill is per new, with a plenty of timber ir neighborhood, being only to 3 from the Blue Ridge, which abc lin the finest timber trees—On the p ses there is a store house occupi Lewis M. Smith, & co. being a c stand for the mercantile busine dwelling house of stone with 4 rooi new barn and other necessary hous The land is most admirably suited ( clover and plais...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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THE RECESS*. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817

THE RECESS*. AN ODE * On the Lancastrian system of Education. “ Wisrlom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom—and with all thy getting, get understanding.”—Proverbs, ch. *, V, 7. Of all that live, and move, and breathe, Man only rises o’er hiS birth, He looks above, around, beneath. At once the heir of heav’n and earth. Force, cunning, speed, which nature gave The various tribes thro’out her plan, Life to enjoy, from death to save, These are the lowest powers of man. From strength to strength, he travels on, He leaves the lingering brute behind, And when a few short years are gone, He soars, a disembodied mind Beyond the grave, with hope sublime, Destin’d a nobler course to run, In h.is career the end of time Is but eternity begun. What guides him in his high pursuit, Opens, illumines, cheers his way Discerns the immortal from the brute— God’s image from the mould of clay? ’Tis knowledge—knowledge to the soul Is power, and liberty, and peace; And while celestial ages roll, Th...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817

_ A lawyer making his will, bequeathed his estate to fools and madmen Being asked , the reason—From such, said he, 1 bad it, and to such I give it. A gentleman of the name of Marble was married to Miss Moss, in defiance of the proverb—“ 4 rolling stone will never gather Alois. Voltaire said of an apothecary, that his employment Was to pour drugs, of which he knew little, into a body of which he knew less. It was told to Lord Chesterfield, that Mrs. W. a termagant and scold was mar ried to a gamestei His lordship said that cards and brimstone made the best matches. A conceited coxcomb once asked a barber’s boy. “Did you ever shave a monkey? ’ —“Why, n. n, n, no sir,’ replied the boy, “never; but if you will p, p, please to sit down, I will t, t, t, try." BLESSINGS OF ROYALTY. An English laborer, if he has constant employment, can earn about 18/. sterling a year. But as every thing that he eats, drinks, or wears is enormously tax ed, the government gets more than half of this sum. Mr....

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 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 authorised to cause certain public lands to be offered for sale; W h ten evoke, I James Monroe,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 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 81® of north latitude, on the east by the Mobile and Tombigby rivers, and on the n~rth by the creeks; Santabogue and Bogue Memo, (the one falling into the Tombigby and the other into the Chick- ; asawhay rivers j which have been sur...

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DEPARTMENT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 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 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 forwa|djng their papers to this office by maif, 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 additiona...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817

Vfinable Loudoun WILL be sold at public sale on Mon day the 9th day of June all my farming lands containing between 7 and 800 acres in different tracts suitable for elegant and nice farms, situate hear Leesburg and Waterford. Also a very large and commodious situate on Loudoun street, Leesburg, calculated for any fcind of public business, it has belonging to it an extra lot. adjoining, containing 5 acres of elegant meadow ground, and in a good state of cultivation. The above property needs no further illustration for its good and productive quality, as persons wishing to purchase will first view the premises, and judge for themselves, bale to commence at 10 o’clock where due 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 office.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817

Offered for Sale, A number of L O T S in the town of Leesburg, &c. One lot on 'mantel street, containing one acre, where the Poor-ho,u«e formerly stood, witU plenty of stone in the cellar, to bilild a smart house—-One other Lot on the same street containing four Acres and a quartet—that valuable'lot laying below the Presbyterian Church on tW opposite side. Also, a number of Lots on the north end of King street—One lot containing one acre facing Mr Greenwall’s house—Al»o 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 hieing 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 time completely finished, and has two rooms below and above, and an excellent garret, cellar and brick kitchen. WM. WRIGHT. Leesburg, A...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817

j Overseers of the THE annual meeting of the Q of the Poor for the county of j takes place at the Eagle Tavern, burg, on the first Monday in when they will receiveaapples(i es( keeping and providing for tire of the county, the ensuing year. By order of the President , SAME. M. EDWARD. May 13-—[3w. Charles Sladi HAS received by the ship Frankij Liverpool via Baltimore, a part spring importation of Hardware. The remainder he daily expect; ship Winifred direct to this port, He has always on hand a suppi i'iestic cooes on consignment, m is enabled to sellattheFhiladelphi, factory prices; among which are, Blistered steel; caols; cotton u Weavers’ reeds; cotton ls“ wool Shovels; spades; a few trunks cotton hoistery, iXc. ifc. &c. ALSO large and general assortmci Swedes' Bar In Alexandria, May 1....6w. iCT’The National Intelligence Chester £c Leesburg papers will im above six weeks and send their a to the Gazette office. 50 Dollars Bern RAN AWAY from the sub residing near Leesb...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817

Ebetrur Fernambucaiioes; t»bwh fee. Let u» adort, belied paL Great God; that Supreme BeLine in juitice and goodness— L o ur hands to him, sweareterL to ottr country, pledge ourI maintain with courage thegreat Liberty, and take no ( s# B “s es k not tend to establish ifwreifcr, iin it* 4cfc nce * k®t faith[tors of the great heroes who ■Garapos, lauocas and Laza|l2th March, 1817 V ItONO LIVE LIBKBTv! [ Rev; Joan Ribeire Pesaoa. I Domingos Jose Martins, Domitigos Teotonio Jorge.

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Biusqflibebty- [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817

Biusqflibebty- VIHGI.MA, ■9 Tuesday, June 3. it is said, lias been of the Alabama territory. mmiattenes.— Government is reto build three steam ■to be finished in one year. There was a report at' ■t the U. S. had purchased the Mof Spain. ||B[.— An instrument, says a LonHBr, has been invented, by means at the bottom of the sea §» distinguished at the depth of IBidred and sixty feet. tral Sfiecch. — The London and |B,| papers contain presidennt Speech—the latter say “it is IBdingly able St sensible Speech.’’ IBinary —The woods in the neigh■of Laurel run in Pennsylvania, set on fire by an incendiary. IBpnage was sustained. —S. Lyons advertises in Btl paper to teach the Hebrew lanin 2 verity Four SBrtv*.—Accounts from Westches■stale the grub tuorm is laying corn fields, and even radishes Bpns have not escaped them. B-avages of the fly in Easton and Bity is said to be truly distressing. Brest prospect of the farmer is < ■pown.—ln the beginning of A jßemarkable hail storm was ex...

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FtlOM PORT AU PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817

FtlOM PORT AU PRINCE. CHARLESTON, (s C.) MAY 17. By an intelligent gentleman who ar rived yesterday from Port-au Prince, in the dutch ship Susannah, we learn that about the 32d of April, the Ameri canconslil, Mr Taylor, left that place, having previously struck his flag.and re ■ signed bis situation, an account of the cargo of an American brig having been condemned by Petion. What were the grounds of this condemnation,- we have . not learnt. By the same source we gain the intelligence, that the Carthagenian or independent) privateersmen, are much incensed at the iiaytian government inconsequence of their haying condemned and sold several Spanish prizes, sent in by them These cruizers had therefore declared and commenced hostilities against Petion and it was understood they had al 1 ready captured two or three' schooners under the Haytian flag. CHARLESTON, MAT 20. LATEST FROM FRANCE. The fast sailing ship Portia, captain John H. Silliman, arrived yesterday, in the short passage of 28...

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PRICES CURRENT IK ALEXANDRIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817

PRICES CURRENT IK ALEXANDRIA. Flour has fluctuated for a week, past, from 10 to, 1.1 dollars. Corn from 165 to 2 dollar|(j|- Corn meal from 1 75 to 3 35, Ky« has kept at 1 50. Oats from 75 to9o cents. Bacon from 14 ,to 16. Firkin butter 20, and lard from 18 to 20 cts. * Such is the fluctuating state of the market, that little or no calculation can be made to day on what produce will bring to>merrow.

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817

BY THE PRESIDENT OP UNITED STATES. WHEREAS by an Act of Con passed'on the 3d day of March, 181 titled “An act to provide for the taining and surveying of the bou lines fixed by the treaty with the 1 Indians and for other purposes, President of the United States is at ised to cause the lands acquired b said treaty to be offered for salft surveyed, in the District of Alaban the Mississippi Territory to wit: Townships li and 13 in range 10, I I and 13 9, 10, 11 and 13 9, 10, 12 and 13 13, U, 15, 16 and 17 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17 13,14, 15 and 16 13, 14, 15 and 16 President ot the United States, in fortuity with the said act, do here! dare and make known, that public tor the disposal (agreeably to law) lands above described, shall be hi Milledgeville, in the state of Georg the first Monday in August next shall remain open for three week no longer, the sales to commence the township first above named, ani ceed in the order in which the named. Given under my hand at the C Washington, the tw...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817

PROPOSALS BY WtBLIAM THOMAS, ■ MR PUBLISHING BT SUBSCRIPTION, TUB ' TRIAL OF ANTICHRIST, OTHERWISE THE MAN OF SIN, ' FOR HIGH TREASON AGAINST THE son dr god, Tried at the Sessions House of TVut l h Before the Right Hon. I)ivine Rrve« lation, Lord Chief Justice of His .Majesty's Court o{> Equity; the Hon. Justice Reason, of the said Court; and the Hon. Justice HistorV, one of the Justices of His Majesty’s Court of Information. TAKEN IN SHORT HAND BY A FRIEND TO ST. PETER,' Professor of Stenography, Snd Author of “Dialogues between the Apostle St. , Peter, and his Holiness the Pope of Rome,’’ &c. kc. CONDITIONS. Tnis work will contain upwards of 160 pages, neatly printed with new type, on good paper, and be delivered to subscribers at 76 cents per copy. Any person who will procure ten subscribers, and becoifte responsible for the same shall be entitled to the eleventh otfpy. June 3.—[3w. |C7* Subscriptions to the above work received at this Office. Wm, H. Brisco...

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THE RECESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817

THE RECESS. If Mr. Caldwell should think the fol- ' lowing worthy a place in his useful paper by inserting it he will oblige an absent friend. H. roa THE GENIUS OF LIBERTY. TO % The heart that so long sighed so fondly for thee, Is fluttering no longer, but is tranquil and free; 1 can gaze on the form which I used to adore, With a careless indifference 1 ne’er felt before Yes, yes to the soft, to the magical spell Of love I have now bid a lasting fare-. well; j For never, alas! can another excite, In my bosom, such sweet, unaffected delight; And passion has fled, and now tranquil and free, Is the heart Uqit so long sighed so fondly for thee Yet I cannot forget what Soft joys ’twould impart. For still the remembrance is dear to my heart, When at evening to walk my companion you’ve been Whilst the rays of bright Cynthia illu J min’d the scese (i , ; And oh! ii my hand you've unconscious-; ly prest, ■- _,* i It would fill with a rapture extatic my 1 breast, I But now all the charms of t...

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