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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 17 June 1817
James Adam Stuar Surviving partners nf Collin J isf son , (s' Co, TAKE notice that on the ( August next, at Randolph Mo, in the town of Alexandria and j Columbia, between the v hc ■ o’clock in the morning and i the evening of that day, we s iJ! Depositions of William \\y Ramsay, William Herbert anil Swann, which Depositions, will be read as evidence on (W suit depending in the high cool ry, holden at Winchester in the] Frederick and state nf Virginia: you are plaintiffs and Armistc,' son. acting executor of Hugli | dec’d, and the heirs of said Hu; lass, dec’d, are defendants, ARMISTEAD T. MAS(J executor o/'HuglJ dec’d, and the bv\ Hugh Douglass, d May 27 [3w. BY WILLIAM THOJII '• % FOR PUBLISHING BY SUBSCRIfj THE TRIAL OF ANTICHJ OTHERWISE THE MAN OF Sll] fOB HIGH TREASON I AGAINST THE SON OF COD, Tried at the Sessions Horne t Before the Right Hon. Diviil lation, Lord Chief Justice! Majesties Court of Eqiuij Hon. Justice Reason, ofii Court; and the Hon. jJ History, one of the Jusiil...
” V “ haws of the Uni<M. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 24 June 1817
” V “ haws of the Uni&lt;M . (BY AUTHORITY.) AN ACT to incorporate the subscribers to certain Banks in the district of Columbia, and to prevent circulation of the notes of ufi-incorporated associations within the said district. Be it enacted by the Senate and Haute of Kefiresentatives qf the United Statet of America in Congrett assembled, That, Jmm and after the passage qf this act, all those persons who shall hold any share of the joint stock, or funds, created in pursuance of certain articles of association, made and entered into on the first tnonday in February, in the year eighteen hundred and fourteen, between sundry persons forming a company of limited partnership, under the name and style of the president and directors of the Farmers’ and Mechanics’ bank of George town, and their successors, be ing stockholders as aforesaid, shall be, and they are hereby incorporated and made a body corporate and politic, by the name and style of the “Farmers' 8t Mechanics Bank of Geo...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 24 June 1817
X)ND JTiojrs. mius or Liitntt will be ,nce a week on good medium WO DOIXARS-per annum, advance, or TWO DOf,FIFTY CENTS, if not paid expiration of the year. No 3e discontinued until art-ear-aid, except at the discretion [SEMENTS will be inserted in us manner, at one dollar per the three first insertions, and •tnt* for each additional inser.who send in their advertisejlease to mention how often lent inserted, otherwise they nued -until forbid, and charg. •ommunications and letters on I be—POST PAID. hr two years, and i Liven, of that vaf feylor’s Town, aboi pford, consisting o) LSf Grist 1 jth a convenient 1 L ' Terms will be t 1 particulars, apply IML. E. HENDE rd, June 10.—[tla. IIYED AND OFFER phesds muscovado ■s coffee icheons West Indii rels New England rsheads and 30 bbli ms letter and comr wrapping s Garret’s snuff large and small tw I bright Dutch mad |es Spanish segars |o fig blue Id mould and dipt c bsoap , Is indigo—leral assortment of Ids, lines and trac p of all kinds, lo...
WASHINGTON, JUNE 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 24 June 1817
WASHINGTON, JUNE 17. In publishing the details of the reception which the President has met with in his tour of observation we consult what we suppose to be the disposition of our readers generally, to learn in what manner the principal officer of our government was received by his fellow citi* tens. Perhaps some of our readers enay think that too great a profusion of the outward testimonials of respect for his character and office, and too much of the pomp of military and civil parade appear to have attended the president on this ex eursion. To those who think thus, and from whom we do not very widely differ it may be remarked, that, so far from courting such transitory honors the Pres ident himself endeavored to avoid them; and that the offerings of respect St ebulitions of joy on bis arrival in Philadelphia and New-York particularly, were the spontaneous evidences of the respect and attachment of a patriotic people. It is not the fault of Mr. Monroe, assuredly, if there be any bl...
METHOD OF SALTING BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 24 June 1817
METHOD OF SALTING BUTTER. Take sugar one part, saltpete one part, and clear strong salt two ports; beat them well together, and put by the preparation for use; of which take one ounce for every sixteen pounds of butter, and mix it thoroughly with the butter as soon as it is freed from the buttermilk. Butter salted in this manner and put down in close tubs with a little melted butter poured over the surface, to fill up every little vacancy before the top is put on, will keep good for many years. Butter prepared as above is not fit for use till it has stood at least a fortnight, but then may be kept perfectly sound for years.
GENmsy.IBR| LEESBURG, VIRCjM [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 24 June 1817
GENmsy.IBR| LEESBURG, VIRCjM Tuesday, JunejJ'l BARBACUE.^ Gentlemen who have «.aj the Barbacueto be given on 3 July and those who intend to ] are invited to meet at the EagJl on Saturday next for the J choosing a committee of an J &amp; taking such other preparatjJ shall be deemed necessary St J It is requested that all who] subscribe will make their ] known on or before the dayofl that the committee of arrant J be enabled to ascertain near)] ber that will partake. B Extract of a letter from ] correspondents in JfewbunjJ^ 1817. The worm In this vicipity ] great ravages upon the corn.] ery green thing. I sec%y your] they are laying waste the co] your neighborhood, and also] Hessian fly is in colleague wit] to relieve your farmers of the] crops. Between both there ] pect of our being drawn into] ters as it respects the “staff o] am not however among those] famine. If we fail in one title] resort to another and I am ful] the earth will produce some] proper culture to supply out...
Rjufactures. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 24 June 1817
Rjufactures. In’* pnjiperity depend* are upon the stele of her nnot be doubted: 1 hat ndence i* vitally intermanufactories is a self(ich require* no arguTo say we are indefenare really de/iendent r the necessaries and ! paradoxical. It is adnds that manufactures lars in our political ediisary then that we suppillars, on which rests e and happiness, by evr power. VVe must not &gt;vcrnment to extend a o those establishments, &gt; look to ourselves for support. Government iws; but the people must Government may es arage manufactures; but , patronise and encour asked how the people ir-fathersto those usets, we answer—let them ;afnients entirely of our -let them procure every ty, convenience, or orna manufacture—let them ;lled gewgaw* of the substantial and dura he west, the p.oduct of t them pay the same aanufacturer that they mpbrter and our manurish and our specie sacountry to enrich the m industrious citizens, man, woman and child irage, support and procuring establis...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 24 June 1817
• A- * ■' SAMUEL B. T. CALDWELL has now in Ptm* THE Memoirs of WILLIAM SAMPSON Including particulars of his adventures in various parts of Europe; his con* finement in the dungeons of the inquisition. See. Sec. Several Original Letters Being his correspondence with the ministers of state in Great Brit* ain and Portugal. A SHORT SKETCH HISTORY OF IRELAND, Particularly as it respects the spirit of British domination in that country. AND A few Observations on the state of maimers, fcc. in America. Second edition revised and corrected by the author. Feeling a deep interest in the affairs of that ill fated country, whose history, at an interesting period, is here fully &amp; faithfully portrayed; seeing our market entirely exhausted of so valuable an acquisition as the following work; heaving the great demand of my fellow citizens for another edition; regretting that their just demand had not been sooner gratified, and sympathising with the unfortunate author, on whom the iron ha...
THE RECESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 24 June 1817
THE RECESS. FROM THE CATSKILL RECORDER. EXERCISE ON PUNCTUATION. 1 saw a peacock with a fiery tail I saw a blazing star that dropt down hail I saw a cloud begirt with ivy round I saw a sturdy oak creep on the ground I saw a pismire swallow up a whale I saw the brackish sea brim full of ale 1 saw a vial glass sixteen yards deep I saw a well full of men s tears that wept I saw men’s eyes all on a flame of fire I saw a house high as the moon and higher I saw the radient sun even at midnight I saw the man who saw this dreadful sight. The above when pointed correctly will be strictly true. FROM THE BOSTON PATRIOT. THE NEW REPUBLIC. Hail! Pernambuco, ever hail! Columbia hails thee, sister brave; She sends thee health upon the gale, Her greeting on the Western wave Hail, chief* of Pernambuco, dear! Hail, friend of freedom's sacred laws! Hail, friend of man! with hearts sincere, We hail thee first in freedom’s cause, Nor less Frcdonia hails the brave Who less conspicuous shine; Whose hands ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 24 June 1817
War Department,&gt; June 9, 1817-5 THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. That separate proposals will be received at the office of the secretary for the department of War, until the thirty first day of October next, inclusive. for the supply of all rations that maybe required for the use of the troops of the United States, from the first day of June, 1818. inclusive, until the the Ist day of June, 1819, within the states, territories, and districts, following, viz. Ist. At Detroit, Michilimackinac, Green bay, Fort Wayne, Chicago, and their immediate vicinities, and at any other place or places where troops are or may j be stationed, marched or recruited, within the territory of Michigan, the vicini ty of the upper lakes, and the state of O hio, acd on or adjacent to the waters of lake Michigan. 2d. At any place or places where troops are or may be stationed, within the states of Kentucky and Tennessee. _ 3 d. At St Louis, fort Harrison, fort Clarke, fort Armstrong, fort Crawford, fort Osa...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 24 June 1817
York, south of the Highlands,including West-Point, and within the state of New Jersey. 10th. At any place or places where troops are or may be stationed, marched or recruited within the state of Pennsyl vania. 11th. At any place or places where troops are or may be stationed, marched, or recruited within the states of Dela-' ware, Maryland and the District of Columbia. 12th. At any place or places where troops are or may be stationed, marched or recruited within the state of Virginia. 13th. At any place or places where troops aie or may be stationed, marched or recruited within the state of North Carolina. 14th At any place or places where troops are or may be stationed, marched or recruited within the state of South Carolina. 15th. At Tybee barracks, fort Hawkins and fort Scott, and at any other place or places where troops are or may be stationed, marched or reeluited. with in the state of Georgia, including that part of the Creek’s land lying within the territorial limits of said...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 24 June 1817
Books fy Stationary. JUST received and for sale at this office a variety of miscellaneous and school Books, - AMONG WHICH ARB The life of Christ and the Apostles, Nicholson's Encyclopedia, Cook’s voyages in S vis. Bvo with an atlas, Woods Dictionary of the Holy Bible, La baumes Campaign in Russia, Riley’s Narrative, Rollin’s ancient History in 4 vis Bvo, The Portico, Campaigns of Bo naparte, by Macky 3 vols, Jefferson’s Memoirs, 2 vols. Robinson’s Charles sth 3 vols. Anacharsis’ travels, Bozman’s history of Maryland, Wilkinson’s Memoirs 3 vols. Diversions of Purley 2 vol. Charlemagne or the church delivered, 2 vols. Dominican 3 vols. Junius letters, Democracy unveiled, Goldsmith’s works 5 vols, Don Quixote 4 vols. Irish Emigrant 3 vols, Chaplett of comus, Cottle’s Alfred, Pindar’s work s 4 vols, Complaint ofpeace, British Spy, Grattan’s speeches, Moore’s Melodies, &amp;c, Combell’s Poems, Poems by Peter Pindar, esq. entiltled the ROYAL COURTSHIP or Charlotte and Cobourgh; TH...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 24 June 1817
Public Sal] WILL be sold at public M highest bidder for cash, on 30th day of June next, a Tract of XJ situate in the county of Loud ing the plantation on whi c j ) 'l M'Carter lives, containing a k 100 Acres 1 PU t i The sale will be made in J deed of trust given by said the subscribers to secure the t)J certain sums of money (in thei mentioned) to the administratoil will annexed of John M’llhanyf ceased. Sale will take place on j ises, at 13 o’clock. Such tiiij subscribers possess will be coi the purchaser. JOSIAH WHITE, jJ CRAVEN OSBURN, March 18.—Sm. 15 Dollars ReJ STRAYED from the pasture! ral A. T Mason, sometime bej 30th and 31st ult. a bright Bay Mare\ with a black mane and tail, i years old, a natural trotter, feet white, a few white hairs ini head, and her mane braided, will take up said mare and retun the subscriber, in Leesburg, V» ceive the above reward; or if t give such information as will e n , to get her again, they shall be had ly rewarded and all charges paid S AML...