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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817

DEPARTMENT OF WAR. Additional accountants office, ? September 27, 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 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 her fare confided to the additional accountant,...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817

Valuable Lomlm LAND FOR BAI WILL be sold at public sale on day the 9th day of June all my fai lands containing between 7 and 800 in different tracts, suitable for el and nice farms, situate near Lee and Waterford. Also a very larg commodious BRIGR hous: situate on Loudoun street. Leesbur culated for any kind of public bus belonging to it an extra 1c joining, containing 5 acres of e meadow ground, and in a good sta cultivation The above property' no further illustration for its goo productive quality, as persons wish purchase will first view the premise judge for themselves, to mence at 10 o’clock where due atleij , will be given and terms made 1 by PETER BENEDL April 32 —tf. The editors of the Political Exai Prederick-ToWn, (Md.) and the ' Light, Hagers-Town (Md.) will pic insert the above three times in thei spcctive papers and send their act loth is office. ' ' 1 - 11 ■" Public Sale. WILL be sold at public sale t highest bidder for cash, on Tuesda 30th day of June next, a Tract of...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 27 May 1817

50 Dollars 7?< RAN AWAY from the residing «ear Leesburg, Lou ty, a negro man, called JAMES About 21 years of age, 5 feet es bight I 'remarkably well 1 handsome. Had on when h a dark olive coat half Won vest, and pantaloons of cor He formerly belonged to i Rust of Leesburg. 1 will gb reward, if he is taken out o viz. One Dollar for every n be distant from;home; IVcn apprehended out of the coun Dollars it arrested in the neij WESTWOOD ] May 13—[4w. |CP The editors of the Constellation, the Alexam! and the Cumberland papers, ed to publish the above ad 4 times in their papers, i their accounts to this office ment. May 13.-—3w. THE PORT A Repository, of Science and . CONDITION The work will continue to ed in monthly numbers; ei ing at'least eighty pages. Six numbers will form a each volume shall be embel an engraved title page. The price to subscribers dollars per annum; one hall delivery of the third numl remainder on delivery of the ber No subscription will be i a less term ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 June 1817

rjIE GENIUS OF LIBERTY. (PUBLISHED BY SAMUEL B. T. CALDWELL, LEESBURG, V«. PROMULGATOR OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. 1] TUESDAY , JUNE W, 1817. [No. 28.

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Laws of the Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 June 1817

Laws of the Union . (BY AUTHORITY.) AN ACT authorising the Secretary of the Treasury to pay to the state of Georgia, fifteen per cent, upon the quota of direct tax, for the year one thousand eight hundred and sixteen, assumed and paid by that state. Be it enacted by the senate and house of representatives of the United States of A mcrica, in congress assembled . That the Secretary of the Treasury shall be au thorised to pay to the order of the Gov ernor of Georgia for the use of that state, the sum of fourteen thousand one hundred and eighty dollars and forty seven cents, being an abatement of fif teen per cent, on the quota of direct tax. payable by that state, for the year one thousand eight hundred and sixteen, which quota was paid, but notice of an intention to assume it not given, in time to entitle the said state to the deduction of fifteen percent, under the act of Janu ary, one thousand eight hundred and fif teen laying a direct tax upon the United States. Sec 2. And be it f...

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 June 1817
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 June 1817

CONDITION a. the Genius or Liberty will be once a week on good medium t TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance, or TWO DOLnd FIFTY CENTS, if not paid „„ expiration of the year. No ill be discontinued until arreare paid, except at the discretion ditor. rtisements will be inserted in cuous manner, at one dollar per or the three first insertions, and e cents for each additional inserhose who send in their advertiseill please to mention how often h them inserted, otherwise they ontinued until forbid, and chargdingly. II communications and letters must be—POST PAID, \ D§ MILLS sale in Loudoun. subscribers being desirous to the western country, will sell on udating terms, the mills, com ailed the cotland Mills , e Hundred and three ACRES N D attached to them. The itpated in one of the finest and ile tracts of country in Loudoun, kly settled neighborhood of skil- ' ers; and one of the main roads eesburg, the county town of Louasses through it, &c. It is about s from Leesburg, 52 fro...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 June 1817

James Dunlop a Adam Stuart, Surviving partners qf Collin Dun if son,& Co. TAKE notice that on the first d August next, at Randolph Mott s i in the town of Alexandria and disti Columbia, between the hours c o’clock in the morning and six o’cl the evening of that day, we shall ta Depositions of William Wilson, Ramsay, William Herbert and 11 Swann, which Depositions, when i will be read as evidence on the trial suit depending in the high court of ry, holden at Winchester in the con Frederick and state of Virginia, in ' you are*plainti(fs and Armistead T son- acting executor of Hugh Dot dec’d, and the heirs of said Hugh 1 lass, dec’d, are defendants, ARMIsTEAD T. MASON, . executor of Hugh Dou dec’d, and the heirs oj Hugh Douglass, dec’d May 37,«—[3w. Public Sale. WILL be sold at public auction out reserve on Saturday the 21st o at 12 o’clock M. at my store in V ford, a complete assortment of dry Goods and Grocer, consisting of all my stock in trade, tlemen wishing to complet...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 June 1817

LOST ON the 30th day of last, between my house and Leesburg,-a Ridicule, containing a small Pocket Book, with about five dollars in bank notes—one was a Two Dollar note on the Far mer's Bank of Virginia—also, a bunch r«f keys, wrapped up in a notted ridicule. If any person has found the same, and will deliver them to the subscriber, living on the road leading from Leesburg to Noland’s ferry, about 5£ miles from the latter and from the former, shall re ceive five dollars reward. CHARLES ELGIN. May 20 —[3w.

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From the Analeetic Magazine. THE LOST TRAVELLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 June 1817

From the Analeetic Magazine. THE LOST TRAVELLER. In passing through the western country a few years ago, I happened to stop at one of those little white villages that have sprung up as if by enchantment along the Gennessee river. In those days it was the custom for people, whether strangers or not, to be put together in. the same room without thuph ceremony,! and 1 was shown into one already occu-1 pied by a single person. Had we been' plain country people, we should soon have entered into conversation about the weather, the harvest, or at all events, we I could have talked politics, but we both I bad the misfortune to be pretty well dressed, and each therefore, valued his breeding too much, to make the first advances. However, we sometimes ventured to look at each other, though if our eyes happened to meet, a looker on would have been not a little amused at the trepidation with which they were dropped, as if they had been detected in taking a most unwarrantable liberty. Yet I gathe...

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FROM THE LONG ISLAND STAR. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 June 1817

FROM THE LONG ISLAND STAR. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS. Seed barley and teed wheat —The best method for preparing both is as follows: Select your seed barley from the heaviest cleanest, and soundest grain you can procure; put it into a tub, cover it |rith 4 or 5 inches of water, then stir it well and skim off the light trash, seed, weeds, &c. that float; this stirring should be repeated every three or four hours: at the end of twelve hours this water should be drained off and fresh put on; which at the end of twelve hours more should be also drawn off and the barley turned on a boarded floor to drain; then to be taken and. mixed with finely sifted wood ashes till it is made sufficiently dry for sowing broad cast. Barley seed thus treated will produce a clean, heavy crop, and be above ground the fifth or sixth day— This experment has been tried on a field of eight acres, one half sowed with steeped seed barley, the other with dry; the steeped was above ground the fifth day, the ...

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AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 June 1817

AGRICULTURAL. A sure method of raising Indian Corn on floor ground , as experienced by a gen tleman of the state of New York. Dissolve salt petre In water, so as to moke it very strong. Soak your seed corn therein until it becomes swelled; then plant it in the usual way. It will produce three times ttfe crop, and will be ripe three weeks sooner than the same sort of torn planted without soaking, on ground of the same quality. N. B. It is also said to be a prevents live to its being attacked by the destruc live worm.

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SINGULAR ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 June 1817

SINGULAR ESCAPE. On Saturday last an infant but 2 or 3 years old, unperceived by its family, got out of the scuttle or dormant window of a two story house in Cherry street, and crawled down the roof to the back gutter. In this perilous situation the child was discovered by a man in Water street, and the alarm given to its affrighted parents who remained in an agony of suspense for some time, until by the activity of a cabinet maker, at work in an adjoining yard the little adventurer was reached ts" handed into the garret window in safety. [JV. Y. Col.

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BALTIMORE, JUNE 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 June 1817

BALTIMORE, JUNE 3. The President of the United States was waited on, on Monday evening last, by a number of citizens (together with the' officers of the 3d brigade) without distinction of party. In the afternoon he was presented with an address from the Mayor and City Council, which, together with his answer, are now published. Baltimore , June 2, 1817. TO THE PRESIDENT or THE U. STATES. SiH—-We, the mayor and city council of Baltimore, embrace with great pleasure this opportunity of personally congratulating the chief magistrate of the union on his arrival in this place. Yourdctsrmination, in the commence- merit of your administration, veral of the most imporiam plJß|| union, is auspicious of quences: not satisfied with knowledge, or second hand infolH you are anxious that, on your ing shall be wanting to mon wealth. That a city which bore so a part in the national first be honored with the presendi chief magistrate of the union, |S| tering as it is natural; and we jS| hope that yo...

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KiUS of LIBEtiTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 June 1817

KiUS of LIBEtiTY. Hj SESDURG, VIRGINIA Bl Tuesday, June 10. E wa s glO 63| cents in AlexanIBsterday morning. |B from Europe to the last of April iißived, but they bring nothing imHHy interesting to our readers, ex|B movements and gestures of ■B a r men be interesting. ■fourth of juiiy. BB hallowed day approaches in ||Hur revolutionary fathers rose in IBjesty of their unconquerable ■ and “bid a nation be”—the gloof that day approaches, IHh the Goddess of Liberty first ||Bbot on Columbia’s happy shores; HLn of that day which gave our ||Birth —the day which has been ||Hin with acclamations ofjoy durannual returns, is at hand. — Hfe no preparations are making. llßach is as silent as the tomb.— BBiaratory arrangements to cele|B an appropriate manner, the reIBthat great national Era, have noWm of its approach—no spirited re■s are made—no committee of arIBcnts chosen, nor even the intimaSBmy. All is apathy on the occaIB'lie recollection of that day exIB spark of patriotism. The dorof the s...

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WINCHESTER, HAT 31. EXTRAORDINARY CALF. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 June 1817

WINCHESTER, HAT 31. EXTRAORDINARY CALF. A calf the offspring of a cow belonging to Mr'Mames Harry, of this place, was dropped on.Wednesday last, which among thousands of other instances exhibits the wonderful operations of nature in the most extraordinary , degree. The calf weighed at its birth fifty five and an half pounds;—has one head and two' bo dies, which join under the shoulders near the heart; its hinder parts are distinctly and perfectly formed; there is but little if any difference in the size of the bodies,—there are eight legs, ail proper ly fdrmed and of usual size one vet, of which are placed in their proper order; the bind legs of the pther set appear also to be in their proper place, but the fbre legs are on the back near the junction of the bodies! Thereis but one heart which' is perfectly formed;—two sets of lungs—two windpipes, one of them' impervious and placed where the gullet (of which there is none) should have been; there are two Jivers, and four kidneys; two...

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THE SEASON. FROM THE BOSTON REFERTORX [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 June 1817

THE SEASON. FROM THE BOSTON REFERTORX Roxbury, May 19, 1817. Mr. Hale— The present season lam sorry to say appears thus far (o be fol lowing the la’ht, with gigantic strides In the interior of the state, this season is said to have been days more forward than that of last year. I rejoice to hear it, unless the vegetation was so forward as to be essentially checked by the late severe frosts. In this vicinity on the Hth instant vegetation was precisely five days mftre advanced than in 1816. On that day however the wind shifted to North West. We had a severe frost on Monday night between the 12th and 13th instant—another on Tuesday night fol lowing—on Wednesday we had a frost but on Thursday night the 15th a ihoae severe one than 1 have known' in the month of May since the year 1764. Some opinfbn of its severity may be formed by the plarits it affected. It froze asparagus so as to destroy what was above ground. The cherry trees were frozen quite to their t£|is The tender forest trees h...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 June 1817

MISCELLANEOUS. I V •'i A young and beautiful woman has been thrice flogged on her naked body, thro’ the streets of Inverness for drunk* 1 enness and disorderly behaviour in the streets. Emigration. —From the I Oth of March to the 37th May, there arrived at New York 230 vessels, in which came 1600 passengers. Many have arrived at other ports—a vessel with 130 has just reached Philadelphia from Guernsey. We learn with pleasure, from some of our late London papers, that a law emanating from the Prussian government, was shortly to issue at Berlin, which will open to the Polish peasants the way to freedom: and that a general law was preparing by Prince Hardenberg for introducing into Prussia the Liberty of the Press General Kosciusko, the Washington of Poland, had entered into the military service of Prussia.—[o. Eress, ( ( DIED, oft Sunday morning last Mr*. Jennett Dow, an aged and respectable in* habitant of this county.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 June 1817

1 FOR SALE, A young , healthy , strong, active, likely Negro Woman, accustomed to house and field business and 1 think I can correctly add to her character, honesty. Apply to Wh. C FITZHUGH. Upperville', Loudoun county, Va. 7 June 10, —[3w. 5 Fop* Sale, j A lease for two years, and immediate possession given, that valuable mill stand, in Taylor’s Town about 5 miles from Waterford, consisting of a Saw fy Grist Mill, together with a convenient house and gardeiMbot. I’J'erms will be made easy. For further {Particulars, apply to SAML. E. HENDEKSON. Waterford, June 10.—-[tla. JV. §• R. Blacklock, V HAVE RECEIVED AND OFFER FOR SALE, 15 hogsheads muscovado sugars SO bagsxoffee 7 puncheons W est India rum SO barrels New England do 4 hogsheads and 30 bbls. whiskey 150 reams letter and common paper 80 do. wrapping do. 3b kegs Garret’s snuff ~ SO do large and small twist tpbacco ‘5OO lbs. bright Dutfch madder 50 boxes Spanish segars 10 ditto fig blue ‘ * 40 ditto mould and dipt candles €0 ditt...

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