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

THE RECESS. [The following toft and j tong is from the p*n of Cunningham* the pastoral poet*jdjjpa more beautiful description cannot'be found in the works of Theocritus or Virgil.] Ed. Fort Folio, :.M ' ■ O’er moorlands and mountains, rude*, barren and baye, As wilder’d and wearied 1 roam, A gentle young shepherdess sees mydes. 1 pair, % And leads me o'er lawns to her home. AJt, ■* Yellow sheaves fopm rich Ceres her cottage had crown’d, Green rushes Mjfere slrew’d on the floors tier casement sweet woodbines. crept wantonly round, * ■ And deck’d the sod seats ft her door. \Vc sat ourselves dolls to a cooling #e* past, Fresh fru'.ts, and she cull’d me the best, Till, thrown from my guard by some glances she cast, jO* jjfe Love slily stole into appear I told my soft wishes} she sweetly replied, >, Yevirgins, her voice was divine, ftire rich onespeglected, and gcpat ones denied^ But take me, fond shepherd, I’m 4 thine. . | ,:■■■ >** •V* * «’■ Her air was so modest,...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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i EXTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 June 1817

i EXTRACT. “If you ore for pleasure— Marry! If y* prize rosy health— -Marry! And even if money be your object— Mzrryl **A good wift is “Heaven’s last best i man;” his angel and minis&r yf\ gracet solfiolychresium or gem of many virtue w: fts Pandora , or Casket of celestial jewels; her fi/esence forms his best cotnMpy, her voice his sweetest music; h«r Mies his brightest day; her km, the guardian of his hlnocence; her arm*, the pale of hi* safety, ttor balm of his health, the balsam 1 * - his life; her tnduiiry, hti surest wealth; her economy , his safjwt steward;* her lips Us faithfulest ctwncellors; her bosom, the softest pillow of his cares; and her pray* ers the ahfest advocates of Heaven’s blessings on his headl “If you love the Creator yM) ought to marry, to raise hjpi up yorsnippers; if you love the ladies, you ought to marry to make them huffy; if you love mankind , you ought to marry to perpetuate the glorious race ; if you love your country you ought to marry, ...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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TELt NO LIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 June 1817

TELt NO LIES. *’ -A Slanderer.— .At* the last mayor** court, came on the case of o»thi* Van Cteef nn*AVm (#• Lawrence, for deta nation of the plaintiff’s character,' in point of chastity The evidence for the plaintiff was directed full to the purpose of psning the defamMnry woids, ar.d malice with which they #era spoken.— Nbthing, whatever, appearing in eatygn nation of thet|«fendani’**guijt, in propa gating * slander, of the greatest na&re, respecting a young woman of irre. proachable character, and unsullied by the breath of suspicion, the jury notwithstanding the narrowness of his circumstance (being a School master at brooklife wjth a wife And family dependant up ; on him,) gave# verdict of five thousand dollars damage ; which, however, being I 100$ mot# than what wat laid in the de claration, was reduced accordingly. Too mt»h iraise camtot be given to the jury for thus marking, in this exemplary j manner, this cruel, unmanly and atroj cious slanderer —(A* X- E. Post...

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»ROM TUB RALKtgU, (M. C.) STAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 June 1817

»ROM TUB RALKtgU, (M. C.) STAR. WRUamsborough,,(N. C) Ahril 15 Mn. Samuel Lockhart, My dear Husband —You Have left me your dutiful and affectionate wife, and takdh to your bosom Mrs. Elizabeth AtXW, of Petersburg!!, Va a woman less virtuous, less affectionate, less mdustri ous, and less economical thpn myself— When your reason has to exercise itself, which I cxpect'wjfl succeed that glow of fascinating amour with which’ you have forsaken me, I hope you will return to yOur lawful wife.— Your lavish present! to your harlot, Mrs Atkina, and neglect' of business by your attention to htr, have incurred debts, that will exhaust,all the property you Wve left behind. But when I took you st, you pennyless and 1 made you toS; you comfortless and I ma.de you happy— return— That kind Providence, wffeh fostered our first exertions, I prtiy may continue, and we may be restored to happiness and plenty. Your loving and dutiful wife, SALLY LOCKHART. I N. B. I have not any money to paV to editors for...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 June 1817

BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. WHEREAS by an Apt of Congress, passed on the 3d day of March, 181 5, en titled "An act to provide for the ascertaining and surveying of the boundary lines fixed by the treaty with the Creek Indians and for other purposes,” the President of the United States is authorised »o cause the lands acquired by the said treaty' to be offered ft* «»l« *htn suiwejrti, in the AfcbitnA* in the Misshisippi Territory to wit: i > Township* 11 and JS in range IS >lO, Hindis u 9, 10, 11 and IS 15 9, VO, 13 and 13 16 13.14, is, 16and It 17 ■ 13,14, 15, 16 and 17 18 1.3.14, * 5 an# 16 19 13, 14, 15 and 16 80 Thermo*** f, James Monroe. President of At United States, in conformity With the sfeid akt, dohereby declare and make known, that public sales tor the disposal (agreeably to law) of the lands above described, shall be hqld at Milledgeyille, in the state of Georgia, on the first Mondaf in August next, and shall redkaintopen fur three weeks ...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 June 1817
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 June 1817

' 'F> Offered for Sale, A number of L 0 T S in tlje, town of Leesburg, &c. One lot on market street, containing one acre, where the PqgMiMis£ formerly-stood, with plenty of Stone in the-cellar, to build a smart house —One other Lo* on the same street containing four Acres and a quarter—that valuable lot laying below the Presbyterian Church on the oppo side. Also, a number of :A-ots tin me north end of King street—One jot containing one acre facing. Mr wall’s house—AUo one quartnt of in Mr Cordeli'S— Also two lots containing two acres each, a little fartb** out on the same street. Also, one lot of 1 back strifet, containing one acre and a half. Also, one half acre facing the It piscopal ( hurch. Also, that valuable two story brick house, situate and being on Market street, one door below Muj jJF Smiths—the house will be in a short Time completely finished, and has two rooms below and above, and an excelleiil garret, cellar and brick kitchen. WM. WRIGHT. Leesbur...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 10 June 1817

m LAND t'OR WILL be sold at public 9th day of June all lands containing between 7 and * ■in different tracts, suitable fo, »nd nice farms, situate near and Waterford. Also a very j commodious BRICE lIOUS situate on Loudoun street, Leesl Lulated for any kind ot public It has belonging to it an extisj oinfhg, containing., 5 apes of. meadow ground and in a good*,! cultivation. The above propeml no further illusyration fat its gJ productive quality t as persons purchase will fihst view the prefi judge for themselves; bale tol mence at 10 o’clock whore due atJ will be- given and terms mads] by ; PIETER BEN£ April 22.-i.tf. The editors4fthePolitical Et Erederick-Town, (Md.) and the I Light, Hagers-To<v7P(Md.) wi| insert tile above three times in t speptive papers an|feend their tothis office. Real estate fo# ONf Tuesday th 10th of Ji will be sold o the Highest b, Hillsborough, Loudoun county, lowing valuable property, beli the estate of Sam*el Clendini dec’d, to wit—One Lot of ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 17 June 1817

118 GENIUS OF LIBERTY. 11l LI SHED BY SAMUEL B.T. CALDWELL, LEESBURG, Va/'PROMUI.GATOiI OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. — -—■ ■ ■ ■ ■■■ ■ » ■ ■ . TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 1817. ■-1 [No. S3. tm GENIUS OF LIBERTY. [uUSHED BY SAMVEL B. T. CALDWELL, LEESBUHG, Va. PROMULGATOR OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 1817. V’j] [No. 2 3 .

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Laws of the* Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 17 June 1817

Laws of the * Union . (BY AUTHORITY) AN ACT to establish separate territo- | rial government for the eastern part of the Mississippi territory. I Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Ecfiresenlaiives of the United Slates ej America,in Congress assembled, That all that part of the Mississippi territory , which lies within the following boundaries, to wit: Beginning at the point where the line of the thirty-first degree of north latitude intersects the Perdido river, thence east to the western boundary line of the state of Georgia, thence along said line to the southern boundary line to the state of Tennessee, thence west along said boundary line to the Tennessee ri ver thence up the same to the mouth of Bear creek, thence by a direct line to the north west corner of Washington county thence due south to the Gulf of Mexico, thence eastwardlyincluding all theislands within six leagues of the shore, to the Perdido river and therice up the same to the beginning, shall, for the purpos...

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 17 June 1817
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 17 June 1817

XP IT 10. VS. I.NIUS or Liberty will be ice a week on good rhedium lyO DOLLARS per annum, iadvance, or TWO OOLIFIFTY cents; if not paid [expiration of the year. No Ve discontinued until arrwrLid, except at the discrenon 1 r. Jxsements will he inserted in lus manner, at one dollar per I the. three first insertions, and for eSch additional inser- ; who send in their advertiseplease to mention how often hem inserted, otherwise they nned until forbid, and s'r\ommunications and letters on } be—POST PAID. 9 \R SALE p taTtliy, strong, active, likely fro Woman, kto house and field business, I can correctly add to her Whesty. Apply to Wti. C. FITZHUGH. c, Loudoun county, Va ) Jo )r -[3w. "5 [For Sale, or two years, and immediate tiven, of, that Valuable mill aylor’s Town, about 5 miles Ei foul, consisting of a Grist Mill , kith a convenient house and It. Tefms will be made easy. • particulars, apj!!y to VML. E. HENDERSON. Ird, June 10.—[tlaX , » R . Btacklock , HIVED AND OFFER FOR SALE, gshe...

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THE RECESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 17 June 1817

THE RECESS. [The following soft and descriptive song is from the pen of Cunningham, the pastoral poet, and a more beautiful description cannot be found in the works of Theocritus or Virgil.] Ed. Fort Folio. O’er moorlands and mountains, rude, barren and bare, As wilder’d and wearied I roam, A gentle young shepherdess sees my despair, And leads me o’er lawns to her home. Vellow sheaves from rich Ceres her cottage had crown’d, Green rushes were strew’d on the floor; .% Her casement sweet woodbine* crept wantonly round, And deck’d the sod seats at her door. We sat ourselves down to a cooling repast, Fresh fru ts, and she cull’d me the best, Till, thrown from my guard by some glances she cast, Love slily stole into mj»%rea*4« I told my soft wishes; she sweetly replied, Ye virgins, her voice was divine, I've rich ones neglected, and great ones denied, But take me, fond shepherd, I’m thine. Her air was so modest, her aspect so meek, 8o simple, yet sweet were her charms, I kiss’d the ripe ...

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EXTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 17 June 1817

EXTRACT. “If you are for pleasure— Marry! If you prize rosy health— Marry! And even if money be your object— Marry! “A good tuifb is “Heaven’s last best gift to man;” his angel and minister of graces innumerable: his sol fiolychresium or gem of many virtues; his Pandora , or casket of celestial jewels; her presence forms his best company, her voice his sweetest music; her smiles his brightest day; her kiss, the guardian of his innocence; her arms, the pale of his safety, the balm of his health, the balsam'Of his life; her industry, his surest wealth; her economy, his safest steward; her lips his fathfulest councellors; her bosom, the softest pillow of his cares; and her pray* ers the ablest advocates of Heaven’s blessings on his head! “If you love the Creator yoji ought to marry, to raise him up worshippers; if you love the ladies, you ought to marry to make them ha/i/iy, if you love mankind , you ought to marry to perpetuate the glorious race ; if you love your country you ought to...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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TELL NO LIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 17 June 1817

TELL NO LIES. • A Slanderer.— At the last mayor’* court, came on the case of Ointhia Van CJeef vi. Wm (*• Lawrence, for deta ■nation of the plaintiffs char a. ter,' in point of chastity The evidence for the plaintiff was directed full to the purpose of proving the defamitory woids, and malice with which they were spoken— Nothing, whatever, appearing in exten nation of the ’defendanl’s guilt, in propa gating a slander, of the greatest nature, respecting a young woman of irreproachable character, and unsullied by the breath of suspicion, the jury notwithstanding the narrowness of his circumstance (being a school master at brooklin, with a wife and family dependant up on him,) gave a verdict of five thousand dollars damages; which, however, being 1000 mora than what waS laid in the de claration, was reduced accordingly. Too much praise cannot be given to the jury for thus marking, in this exemplary manner, this cruel, unmanly and atrocious slanderer J.A. Y- E. Post.

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I FROM THI RALEIGH, (n. C.) STAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 17 June 1817

I FROM THI RALEIGH, (n. C.) STAR. Williamsborough, (N C) Abril 15 Mr. Samuel Lockhart, My dear Husband —You have left me your dutiful and affectionate wife, and taken to your bosom Mrs. Elizabeth Atkins, of Petersburgh, Va a woman less virtuous, less affectionate, less industri ous, and less economical than myself.— When your reason has power to exer cise itself, which I expect will succeed that glow of fascinating amour with which you have forsaken me, I hope you will return to your lawful wife.— Your lavish presents to your harlot, Mrs Atkina , and neglect of business by your attention to her, have incurred debts, that will exhaust all the property you have left behind But when 1 took you ftst, you wore pennyless and 1 made you rifch; you were comfortless and I made you happy 'lefientjo.nd return— That kind Providence, which fostered our first exertions, I pray may continue, | and we may be restored to happiness and plenty. Your loving and dutiful wife, SALLY LOCKHART. | N. B. I h...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 17 June 1817

BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, WHEREAS by an Act of Congress) passed on the 3d day of March, 1815, en titled “An act to provide for the ascertaining and surveying of the boundary lines fixed by the treaty with the Creek Indians and for other purposes," the President of the United States is authorised to cause the lands acquired by the said treaty to be offered for sale when surveyed, in the District of Alabaink, in the Mississippi Territory to wits • Townships li and 12 in range IS 10, II and 12 14 9, 10,11 and 12 15 9, 10, 13 and 13 16 13, 14, IS, 16and I<T 17 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17 18 13. 14, 15 and 16 19 13, 14, IS and 16 20 Therefore, f, James Monroe. President of the United States, in conformity with the said act, do hereby declare and make known, that public sales tor the disposal (agreeably to law) of the lands above described, shall be hqld at Milledgeville, in the slate of Georgia, on the first Monday in August next, and shall remain open for three weeks a...

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Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 17 June 1817
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 17 June 1817

Offered for Sale, A number of LOTS in the town of Leesburg, Sec- One lot on market street, containing one acre, where the Pagr-house formerly stood, with plenty ofMone in the-cellar, to build a smart house—-One other Lot on the same street containing (bur Acres and a quarter—that valuable lot laying below the Presbyterian Church on the oppo sjle side. Also, a number of ; Lots On the north end of King street—One lot containing one acre facing Mr Greenwall’s house—Also one quarter of ah acre'facing Mr Cordeli a— Also two lots containing two acres each, a little farther out on the same street. Also, one lot of back street, containing one acre and a half Also, one half acre facing the E piscopai ( hutch. Also, that valuable two story brick house, situate and being on Market street, one door below Maj Jf 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. WEIGHT. Leesburg, April 14 tf. ■ ....

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 17 June 1817

situate on Loudoun street, Leesh, culated for any kind of public l It has belonging to it an extra oining, containing . 5 acr cs of meadow ground, and in a good cultivation. The above propem no further illustration for its g ( productive quality, as persons \ V]l purchase will fihst view the pretni judge for themselves, bale to] mence at 10 o’clock where due att will be given and terms madi by PETER BENEDi April 22.—tf. The editors of the Political Ex Trederick-Town, (Md.) and the L Light, Hagers-TowW(Md.) will pi insert the above three times inthj spective papers anssend their tothis office. Valuable Lout 8i WILL be sold at public sale (.I day the 9th day of June all niy j lands containing between 7 and jt in different tracts, suitable for and nice farms, situate near and Waterford. Also a very commodious Real estate for ON Tuesday th 10th of Ji will be sold o the highest bid Hillsborough, Loudoun county, i lowing valuable property, belong the estate of Samuel ClendininJ dec’d, to ...

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