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Laws of the Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 July 1817
Laws of the Union. (BY AUTHORITY.) AN ACT respecting 'he District court of the United Slates in the northern district of New York. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That from and after the passage of this act the district court of the United States, within and for the northern district of New York, shall be holden by the judges of said northern district, together with the judge of the district court of the United States forthe southern district of said state: provided nevertheless, That either of said judges shall be competent to hold said court in the absence of the other. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the district court of the United States within and for said northern district, shall be holden at the village of Utica, on the third Tuesday of January and second Tuesday of July; at Canandaigua on the second Tuesday of October; and at Salem, on the third Tuesday of April, in each year. And all s...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 July 1817
CO-VD J TIO JVS. Genius of Liberty will be .(1 once a week on good medium t TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance, or TWO DOLiml FIFTY CENTS, if not paid the eXP&gt;rstibn of the year. No ill be discontinued until arreare paid, except at the discretion ditor. jutiskments will be inserted in icuous manner,-fit one dollar per or the three first insertions, and Ive cents for each additional inser'hose who send in their advertisewill please to mention how often sh them inserted, otherwise they :ontinued until forbid, and charg, rdinglyAll comvunicativis and letters on must be—POST PAID, For Sale, ,se for two years, and immei ion given, of that valuable n Taylor’s Town, about 5 n r aterford, consisting of a ® &lt;Sf Grist Mil r with a convenient house spot. Terms will be made « thcr particulars, apply to SAML. E. HENDERSOI :rford, June 10—[tla. § 11. Blackloc ECEIVED AND OFFER FOR S hogsheads muscovado sugar bags coffee puncheons West India rum barrels New-England do hogshead...
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SAMUEL B. T. CALDWELL 1 has now in Press THE Memoirs of I WILLIAM SAMPSON i •j Including particulars of his adventures I in various parts of Europe; his confinement in the dungeons of the inquisition, &amp;c. &amp;c. Several Original Letters Being his correspondence with the ministers of state in Great Britain and Portugal. A SHOUT SKETCH OF THE HISTORY OF IRELAND, Particularly as it respects the spirit of British domination in that ' country. AND A few observations on the state of manners, &amp;c. 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; hearing the great demand of my fellow citizens for another edition; regretting that their just demand had not been sooner gratified, and sympathising with the...
FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 July 1817
FOREIGN. England, ilfc. —lt is observed, by the editor of the Columbian, that in about 60 years 1100 miles of canal have been cut in the British dominions. Some ofthese are “great and glorious works.” The wife and five children of a man Who lately emigrated to the U. States from Ireland, being on board a vessel (passage paidt&amp;c.) for the"purpose of joining him, were turned ashore to starve,'unprotected, because they could not produce a certificate from the clergyman and resident magistrate that they were at liberty to emigrate! Prance. —A merchant ship of 300 tons is fitting out at Havre de Grace for Calcutta, which “makes a great noise in the papers” The French shipping revives very slowly. m Canada.— The Boston Chronicle notices a new map of Canada, published by col. Bouchette styling himself “surveyor general of Canada,” which very modestly takes in tniny millions of acres of valuable territory which we always thought belonged to the United States; wholly excluding us...
DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 July 1817
DOMESTIC. zakxsvillb ono, June 14. The season in this part of the country, affords very lettering prospects. Fruit of elf kinds natural to the climate may be*expected in abundance. Small grain, especially wheat, promises a crop far exceeding any within several years— Grass looks remarkably well, and wilt yield a profitable burden. We have never seen, at so early a season of the year so many people moving into and through this state. The road leading through this town is thronged With them. A large proportion of young men of education are coming among us to seek their fortunes; so that the west-, era country is not likely to be deficient with respect to men of talents and literature. The population of Ohio has encreased with unparalleled rapidity. To look back a few years when we first came to this country, and contemplate the change, fills our minds with astonishment—we can scarcely realize it. Then there were only twocounties in what now comprizes this state; 1 viz. Washington and ...
. MASONIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 July 1817
. MASONIC. GENIUS OF LIB J LEESBURG , Tuesday, July i Ml . » f ■ Tub corner stone of St. pBl in Alexandria was laid on in Masonic order. A Bible |E|| Book, together with the netiXl the day, some of the current H name of the President of t S| Sutes, that of the master o[fl| and the rector’s were deposityßl vity of the stone which was cjflg a strong cement. The conSy corn and the urns of wine scjßi poured upon the stone, after!;* The master then delivered propriate masonic address, *1 followed by a solemn throne of grace by the rev. M*| The master in his following beautiful descriptiojßl the emblems of masonry. B| “Man being enlightened ed in the art of applying a mßi tion of the Jbings of this lifetflj ship of the Creator; what cwfl| pleasing sight to the supM«fl| of the universe, than thaN*! his creatures, here belo#, atyHl gether in the bonds of frieaß| engaged in the laudable workH ing a temple dedicated to tlfl| of the true and living God; «9i person of whatever rank life, may at...
ERIOUS CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 July 1817
ERIOUS CHARGES. ive just had the perusal of a t entitled “serious charges apt. O. H. Perry of the U. StaflSs John Heath late captajif of the sorps. If the charges herej&gt;retrue the hero of Lake Erie will &gt; the world in a very different n what be has heretofore. The irels acquired on the Lake with Mediterranean; The achievethe warrior are lost in the conle man. It is truly painful that ir naval officers, who had raiself to the highest pinacle of ho had secured the affections of crican people and the adn%ic world, wno had immortalized s on the fair pages of history, :ver be guilty of conduct that rnish the brightness of his globoid : perhaps we are too fast»xiom in law, sanctioned by just every man shall be heard in his :nce and not condemned without g. As yet we have only the eof captain Heath, who is inter* »d therefore not a legal witness, state the substance of captain charges, and when captain Pers his defence we will give him e hearing. In the first place H....
ftOUR INSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 July 1817
ft OUR INSPECTION. Total amount of flour inspected in the town of Alexandria during the year ending June nth 1817. '■ m Barrels of flour 301,935 Half do. do. 14,870 Bbls.rjre flour 83 Half.do. do. 60 tnde/iendence— Preparations arc making throughout the Union to dllebrate the approaching anniversary of American independence, with increased splendor. 5 The firetidenta tour.-—We shall not follow the president step by step, and retail all the chit-chat stuff that appears in the papers about him—-as irksome to the republican mind and manners of Mr. Monroe as to the people at large. We by no means And fault with the marks of respect paid to the chief magistrate on a tour of duty, but thinkJhere is more of pomp and parade given to it by the people than the fitness of things requires. An erroneous statement, entitled “the expenses of the diplomatic corps of the U. States,” having lately appeared in the Albany Gazette, and beer, reprinted in other papers, it is thought proper to rectify the...
HAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 July 1817
HAIL. On Friday the 30th ult. we learn by yesterday’s mail a very severe hqfl storm was experienced in the neighborhood of Fredcriek-Town, which has done much damage to the crops, broke all the window glass on the north side of the houses.— Some of the bail was as large as a hiccory nqt. Accounts from Hagerstown inform us that the damage sustained there is also very great. It unroofed houses, broke windows, prostrated grain and fences, See. and materially injured timber. It was most destructive on the Big Spring, Williams Port and on the Manor. How far this storm extended we have not yet learned; but hope it has been limited.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 July 1817
Valuable Landed Property. FOR SALE THE following; portioi\s-of the estate of the late colonel Thomas L. Lee, qf Coton: l*t. The MILL-LOT comprising Fifty- One Acres and a fraction, of which about 39 lie on the lower or southern side of Goose creek' and the remainder on the upper side.— This is a fine property. The mill stands at the mouth of Goose creek, the power of water abundant, and the country above is a great wheat country. Produce may be brought to the mill in boats with much ease, and flour takenirom it to GeorgeTown for fifty cents per barrel. The town of Leesburg is 3or 4 miles above it. * 3d. A LOT of LAN&amp; adjoining the above, containing about 360 Acres, it is boused in part by Goose creek and the Potdmack ,is of a good soil and well suited t&lt;j&gt; the improved system of farming. It contains from 60 to 80 acres of rich bottom. 3d. A LOT containing about 208 Acres, lying on the east side of the Alexandria road by Mr. Havener’s shop and adjoin...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 July 1817
* Notice , EVERY citlsea within the bound the 57th regiment is earnestly requ to inform the nearest militia offic bis residence whether there are any lie arms in his own house* or ii neighborhood* for which' receipts not been given since the Ist of Oc last end where there are any such I their number and situation, and the cers receivingsuch information, ar quested to collect all such arms* ar report their number to the Adjutat the Regiment at the ensuing A\ court. 5 C. F. MERGE Comd’t 57tb Reg. V July I.—[tf. * LIST OF LETTER Remaining in the post-office, at Leesl Fa. on the Ist July. 1817, which \ taken up by the Ist Oct. next, wi sent to the general post office as letters. * A. f Richard Adams, Mary B. Alcxan John Adams, 3; James Adams Hiram Amesworth. B. David F. Beall, James Brown, Wil Burfiel, Bridget Hawkens, Co) Brashers, Henry Brown.JliSi.R. Browne, JBeorge BlaiST James J William Bradfiel9,&lt;S; Sampson 1 coe, 7; Peter Boss, Charles Ben Jun’r, , • C. ■ jif Edward Ca...
HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 July 1817
HOPE. THE RECESS. I mark’d in morn, a lovely flower— Its leaves were opening wide, But long before the noontide hour, It withered, drooped and died. “This “a fleeting show,’ Hope’s visions, friendship, love: Are plants that bud awhile below, But only bloom above. Still there is a rainbow to the teir By Hope’s reflection given, t Her sun may set in sNHows here, It beams unveil’d in heaven.
THE GOOD WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 July 1817
THE GOOD WIFE. ’1 here lived a njan, as Sages say, (No matter when or where) Who hsd a wife both brisk and gay; , The lady too was fair. No jarring demon brofce their rest, Their days were spent in glee; Of woman kind she was the beat, As good as one need be. • '**■ •*£ " , v/, , • One sportive foible she had caught; Was it a great one? No; Whene’er her husband told her aught. She’d always answer quick as thot’ I told you ’twpuld be so. One day Tom stated from the plough And to the house he.ran; Jenny! a tale I’ll tell you now, And trembling thus began: Alas my dear we’er all undone; How wretched is our plight, The sorrel horse has ate the sun, And wrapt the world in night. Jenny replied, with looks sincere, The fault is youths I trow, To me the thing was always clear 1 told you ’twould be so.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 July 1817
The following is said to have been u the last speech and dying confessio/d ” qf a man by the name qf M'Cubbens, who was lately executed in Lee county, ( Va.) for the murder of Mr. David M’Henry, sheriff if that county. *‘l see some laughing and some few appear sorry. You live to s»e my fate. yours 11 yet concealed in futurity, I shall neyer see. Oh youngsters, kt this be a warning to behold me, a young man, m the bloom ot youth, in the strength of manhood, and in full vigor of health.* And, yet, how soon, but a few moments, and to 1 I die and fasten to meet my God and receive the awfui senteUj® of damnation. Hut Oh, my God, Ibow to the hard hand of fate, and own my sentence is just. May my execution be a warning to all young people, and be the means of saving many from the pains ofhell Get religion, Oh, ye people, for the arm of the lord is mighty to save. “Three times did I imperfectly expe rience the love of religion, and as often did the love of spirituous liquors cause me to for...
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War Dbpartmb June 9, 18 THIS IS TO GIVE NO TIC That separate proposals w received at the office of the i tary for the department of War, the thirty first day of October nes elusive, for the supply of all ration may be required for the use c troops of the United States, fro: first day of June, 1818, inclush til the the Ist of June, 1819, ,i the states, territories, and district: lowing, viz. 1 st. At Detroit, Micbilimackinac, &lt; bay, Fort Wayne, Chicago, and the mediate vicinities, and at any place or places where troops are o be stationed, marched or recruited, in the territory of Michigan, the ' ty of the upper lakes, and the state hio, and on Or adjacent to the wati lake Michigan. , # 3d. At any place or places troops are qr may be stationed, the states of Kentucky and T| .a 3d. At St. Louis, fort Har Clarke, fort Armstrong, fort Cra fort Osage or fort Clark, on the M ri river; &amp; at any other place or ] where troops are or Hhay be stati marched or recruited, ...