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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 July 1817

in the state of Georgia, including that part of the Creak’s.land Itrmg within the terrltteifl limit* of said stkte. A ration to cdiisiit of one pound and tee quartet of beef, or three quarters of Abound of salted pork, eighteen ounces of bread or flour, one gill of rum whisky, or brandy, and at the rate of two quarts of salt,- four quarts of vinegar, four pounds of soap,‘and one pound and one half of candles to every hundred rations. The prices of the several component parts of the ration must be particularly mentioned in the proposals, but the JU. ; States reserve the right of mailing such alterations in the price of the component parts if the ration aforesaid, as shall make the pricy of each part thereof beat a just proportion to'the proposed price of the whole ration. The rations are to be furnished in such auantltyp, that there shall, at all times during ti]tp term of the proposed contract, be suffix cient for the consumption of the troops for aix months, in advance,'of good and...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 1 July 1817

JB yfferedjwi A number of L 6 T S fo, Leesburg, Btc. One lot street, containing one act* | Poor-hoyse formerly stood, J of stone in thp cellar, to house—One other Lot street containing four quarter—that valuable lot the Presbyterian (Church site side. Also, a numbers the north end of King stre n containing one acre facing j wall’s house—Also one acre facing Mr. containing two acres each, a |J out on the same street. Alfc back street, containing on« half Also, one half aci»t plscopal CHurch. Also, u] two story brick house,.sttmj qn AJarket street, one doer | F. Smiths—the house will I time completely finished, Li rooms below and above, and) garret, cellar and brick kite] A WM. Ml Leesburg, *ril U.—tf. 15 ReJ SI H AYEjjjl from the past) ral A. T. Mason, sometimti 20th and 31st ult. a brigkt j Bay with a black myne and tail,] years old, a natural trotter,| feet white, a few white hair* head, and henbane braided wilftake up said mare and ret—the subscriber, fn Leesburg,V| ceive the abov...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 July 1817

mie genius of liberty. Published by samukl b. t. caldwell, eeesburg, Va. promulgator of the laws** of the united states. m. L] TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1817. [No. 26.

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Laws of the Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 July 1817

Laws of the Union. (BY AUTHORITY.) AN ACT to amend the act “authorising the payment for property lost, captured or destroyed by the enemy while in the militay service of the United States, and for other purposes.” pas. sed the 9th of April, one thousand eight hundred and sixteen. He it enacted by the senate and bouse oj representatives of the United States of America in congress assembled, That the ninth section of the act entitled “an act authorising the payment for property lost, captured or destroyed by the enemy while in the military service of the U. States, and for other purposes, passed on the 9th of April, one thousand eight hundred and sixteen, shall be construed to extend only to houses, or other buildings occupied by order of an officer or agent of the United States as a place of deposite for military or naval stores, or as barracks for the military forces of the U. States; and that, in acting on all claims arising under the aforesaid 9th section, as well as those whereon...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 July 1817

The following letter from a medical gentleman, is extracted from Cobbett’s Weekly Political Pamphlet, published in London, March 29th, 1817. Who can read the shocking details contained in this communication and not shudder at the recital?Americans, take a lesson from this, and be grateful for the manifold blessings you enjoy over the people of every other portion of the Globe:— National Advocate. DISEASES OF POVERTY. London, 16th March, 1817. Sie—From the wide circulation of your publication, and from your well known patriotism, 1 trust that you will insert this letter in your Register. I view, like yourself, the state of this unhappy country with the greatest alarm; but, sir, I foresee evils that the generality of people are little aware of, and which you have even overlooked. The evils I allude to are far more alarming than any deficiency in the amount of the taxes, or than the foolish schemes of the Spenceans, and their importance is such, that there is not a man in the country w...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 July 1817

CONDITIONS. Gbnius of Liberty will be I once a week on good medium TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance, or TWO DOLld FIFTY CENTS, if not paid expiration of the year. No II be discontinued until arrear- * paid, except at the discretion tor. .tisements will be inserted in uous manner, at one dollar per r the three first insertions, and ,e cents for each additional inserlose who send in their advertiseill please to mention how often i them inserted, otherwise they tntinued until forbid, and charg. linglyU communications and letters on iust be — POST TAID. for two years, and immediate n given, of that valuable mill Taylor’s Town, about 5 miles terford, consisting of a § Grist Will, with a convenient house and ,ot. Terms will be made easy, er particulars, apply to SAML. E. HENDERSON, ford, June 10.—[tla. For Sale, < R. Blacklock , CEIVEn AND OFFER FOR SALE, ogsheads muscovado sugars ags coffee luncheons West India rum arrels New-England do ogsheads and 20 bbls. whiskey earns let...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 July 1817

SAMUEL B. T. CALDWELL has now in Press THE Memoirs of WILLIAM SAMPSON Including particulars of his adventures in various parts of Europe; his confinement in the dungeons of the inquisition, &c. See. Several Original Letters Being his correspondence with the ministers of state in Great Britain and Portugal. A SHORT 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, &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 Sc faithfully portrayed; seeing our market entirely exhausted of so valuable an acquisition as the followiug 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 unfortunate author, on whom the i...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 July 1817

diseases of the most alarming anJ contagious nature. It always has been the case, and always will be. So well is it Known that the poor are more liable to contagious diseases than the rich, that, in Italy and France it was tht; practice, in any large town, to drive out the poor immediately, il any contagious disease made its appearance. The fact is, that the poison of contagious fevers may be generated amongst ihe poor, from debility and want ol cleanliness, and this has been proved decidedly to be the case in many instances. In 1779 the inhabitants ot Carlisle were affected with a fever of theputr'd kind, Dr Hcysham of that city, with great industry, traced its or 1 igin to a house near one of the gates, which was tenanted by 5 c sis wretched families; these unhappy creatures had blocked up every avenue of light with which even wretchedness could dispose, to lessen the burden of the window tax, and thus contaminated the air of their cells to sucli a degree as to produce the fever a...

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FROM THE SOUTHERN PATRIOT. RILEY’S NARRATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 July 1817

FROM THE SOUTHERN PATRIOT. RILEY’S NARRATIVE. Every American, every lover of history ,of man and of nature, should become acquainted with this interesting volume. It not only contains a personal narrative, which awakens our sympathy and frequently our wonder, but it abounds with information always new, and in many instances, highly important to geography and natural history. We do not think the narrative of Sidi Mamet, is the most material pait of captain Riley’s work. However, that narrative is doubtless very valuable—it throws much light upon Adams’ (recently pubi lished) it opens to the eye of the geographer, a vast empire on the south of the desert—its capital a large city (Tombuctoo) supposed to contain nearly 300,000 inhabitants, thrice the population of New York. '1 he inhabitants, of Tombuctoo carry on a commerce with the dauntless and indefatigable Arabs, who steer their course, if we may be allo.wed the expression, across that ocean sand, the desert of Zahara—the caravans ...

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FROM NILES9 REGISTER. DOMESTIC SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 July 1817

FROM NILES 9 REGISTER. DOMESTIC SUMMARY. NEW HAMPSHIRE. By a statement of the receipts and expenditures of the state prison of this state, from June, 1816, toJune, 1817, it appears that the former has been just about sufficient to cover the latter. The receipts were, From profit on labor, 04,054 06 Cash from spectators 75 22 Notes due the institution, 3,017 81 07147 09 Besides a considerable stock of manufactures and provisions remaining on hand. The expenditures were, Hospital expenses, . . . g ISO 00 Interest on money borrowed, 74 81 Expenses of joiner’s shop, Provision, ..... Clothing, Sx. of Jccnvcts board and wages of watcli. men, Repairs and additional buildings, Tlie government of this ss. erecting a state house at Coa, ny of the convicts of the state employed in preparing thesis building. Jeremiah Mason, of « ■ States Senate, from Ncvv-|] j has resigned his seat in thatl is a federalist, ami it is stai, succeeded by a republican, MASSACHUSETTS. Deaf and dumb. —The feqj this ...

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CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 July 1817

CELEBRATION. iiustlibebty. HiSBUUG, VIRGIMIA , 1 uF.suAV, July 8. c 4th inst. a number of the cili.ecsburg, without distinction of •paired to the hanks of the Polo ut three miles from town, for the of celebrating the day in the it of it. Mr. George Rust was resident and Mr. J. A. Binns sident. The day was delightic of nature’s romantic arbours, y lofty overgrown Sycamores ae was prepared. After partailiich, the following toasts were nid cheering huzzas, while, rth, hilarity and glee sat smih very brow, day we celebrate. The birthfreedom—while the least spark iotism glows in the American , may this day be ushered in cclama'.ions of joy. growing republic. The asyium oppressed and the only place on which the goddess of liberty 1 her borne—may her legitimate never again be disturbed by the r of cannon or clangor of arms, memory of Washington, whose i have founded an empire of I liberty and whose name has ■taliz.ee! the age of republics. three ex-presidents, a trio of ;s, the political w...

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For the Genius of Liberty: From the elbutv chair of Timothy Tickler, esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 July 1817

For the Genius of Liberty: From the elbutv chair of Timothy Tickler, esq. Mr. Editor. Sir, Having recovered a little from the last attack of the gout & being able to day for the first time, these 12 weeks, to sit in my elbow chair, I cannot forbear communicating a few lines on a subject which has afflicted me intellectually as much as the gout has corporeally. The evil being general my observations will be general also. The evil to which I allude and against which 1 would raise the picked point of my pen, and in warring with which I would willingly shed oceans of ink were 1 able, is not confined to its legitimate heirs, old maids and old bachelors as it was in the juvenile days of my grandmother, but is actually contaminating the young and the rising generation; it is therefore a growing evil, and ought speedily to be checked. It is a system of gamji/iing, tattling or tale bearing , and meddling with other fieo/ile's concerns, that 1 deem unbecoming, and improper in youn...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 July 1817

li YMENIAL HE <J Ik V £ k. MARRIED, on Thursday the 3d inn t by the Rev. Thomas Littleton, Mr. Cos Carpenter to Miss Elizabeth Vanhorn all of Frederick county. ■ On Thursday the 26thofJune by the Rev. John Littlejohn, Mr. Geo. L. Lackland of Montgomery, Maryland, to Miss Eliza E. Edwards of Loudoun, Va. ... On Thursday evening last 1-y the same, Mr. Samuel C IV M’Clklland, to Miss Matilda Jacobs. ■ On the same evening, by the. same, Mr. John Saulton to Miss Elizabeth Wolkaud, all of this place. OBITUARY NOTICE. DlED—in this town on Saturday evening last Mr. WILLIAM WRIGHT ——On the 24th ult. THOMAS M’KEAN, Esq. formerly Governor of Pennsylvania. MONEY WANTED. A Part of the notes to the late firm of Rust and Offutt have been assigned to the subscriber, who requests that the persons indebted will on the 25th Inslant call on him or in his absence on Thomas R. Mott Esq. and take in then notes. If this notice is not attended to at or before the time.requested, the notes will be...

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THE RECESS. — [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 July 1817

THE RECESS. — DOMESTIC HAPPINESS,Tis not scenes of festive pleasure, Splendid equipage and dress, Hoarded heaps of glifring treasure, Can bestow true happiness. No, the sweetest joy arises Prom domestic dear delights; Where the peace that virtue prizes, With atractive pow’r unites. Tar from scenes of sad vexation, Happy they who can remove, To their tranquil habitation, Blest-with competence and love. Where good nature ever smiling, Kindles joy in ev’ry heart; And affection, grief beguiling, Sweetest pleasure can impart. Piety the scene adoring, With a lustre all divine, Brings to view the glorious morning, When their joys shall brighter shine. Earth’s delights at best are fleeting, Ev*i*y pleasure has it’s pain; But when these are all retreating, ’Tis to bloom more fair again. O how lovely is the dwelling, Where such joys as these abound; Each enjoyment sure foretelling, All with glory shall be crowned.

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TEA DRINKERS, TAKE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 July 1817

TEA DRINKERS, TAKE NOTICE. An attempt is now making at Rio Janeiro, in South America, tocultivate the TEA PLANT, under the direction of some Chinese, who (of course) understand the business. Should this succeed we shall no longer be compelled to brave the great western ocean for the means of making this favorite beverage.—lt will be, at least ten thousand miles nearer home. A French journalist in the season of good wishes, addressed the following to his readers in his paper on New Years day -.—Lon.Jiafi. T.o my friends, I wish independence.... to my enemies, that they may oe dependent on Government I wish the gout to intriguers...alockjaw to calumniators. I wish firmness to the members of our chamber of deputies, and sincerity to our orators. To all warriors, I wish the retirement of Cincinnatus...to all wives, the devotedness of all mothers, the joy of Cornelia...andrto certain husbands, the patience of Socrates. To foreigners’ I wish a happy return, to their country...to the minis...

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PROSPECTS OF THE YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 July 1817

PROSPECTS OF THE YEAR. 1 he present year does not promise to be near so plentiful in many respects, as the last. The crop of Politics will be remarkably short and of an indifferent quality: That of news very little better. On the whole, however, these may, with economy and prudence, be sufficient for home consumption. S/iecic. —More abundant than it has been since 1812, but in most places rather sour, as the fox vyould say. Some importations, of a good quality, have taken place. Bank Notes. —There are fewer this year than usual, but considerably improved in quality. It may be doubted though, whether they will be sufficient for the demand. Due Bil/s.~The culture of these has been pretty generally discontinued; mauy persons having been somewhat injured by using them. Humours. —A very promising crop but it is said they do not fill very well. I.ies. —An average quantity will be raised and abundant supplies are expected from abroad. Wit. —No very flattering prospect with respect to this ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 July 1817

Valuable Landed Proper FOR SALE THE following portions of the of the late colonel Thomas L. L Coton: Ist. The MILL-LOT compris Fifty- One Acre and a fraction, of which about 39 li the lower or southern side of Goose and the remainder on the upper s This is a fine property. The mill s at the mouth of Goose creek, the ] of water abundant, and the country is a great wheat country. Produo be brought to the mill in boats with ease, arid flour taken froth it to Gii Town for fifty* cents per barrel, town of Leesburg is 3 or 4 miles it. 2d. A LOT of LAND adjoinii above, containing about Acres, it is bounded in part by Goose cree the Potomack ,is of a good soil ani suited to the improved system of ing. It contains from 60 to 80 ac rich bottom.' 3d. A LOT containing about 208 Acres, lying on the east side of the Alexi road by Mr. Havener’s shop and a ing the land of Ludwell Lee, Esq. 4th. Two lots nearly opposite to 1 Lee’s house one containing 170 an other 125 acres. The Leesburg and Georget...

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