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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 July 1817

or recruited wiUiin the states of Co ticut and Rhode island. Bth. At any place or places i troops are or may be stationed, mai or recruited within the state of York, north of the Highlands, and in the state of Vermont, 9th. At any place or places a troops are or may be stationed, ma or recruited within the slate of York south of the Highlands, inch VVest-polet and within the state ol Jersey. 10th. At any place or places i troops are or may be stationed, ma otfrecruited within the state of Per vania.’ * 11th. At any place or places i troops are or may be stationed, ma or recruited within the slates of ware, Maryland and the District e lumbia. 12th. At any place or places) troops are or may be stationed, ma or recruited within the state of Vir 13th. At any place or places ) troops are or may be Stationed, ma or recruited, withip the state of N Carolina. * 14th. At any place or places 1 troops are or may be stationed, ma or recruited within the state of S > Carolina. | ISth....

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 8 July 1817

LIST OF LET] Remaining in the fwst.office, Va. onthe \st July. 1817, | taken uji by the l»f Oct. „ t sent to the general fiost ofa letters, A. Richard Adams, Mary B. 4 John Adams, 3; Janies 4 Hiram Amesworth, t B. David F. Beall, James Bro»ti Burnel, Bridget Hawkctii Bfa&hers, Henry Brown, JJ Browne, George Blair, Jj, William Bradfield, 2; Saijp coe, 7; Peter Boss, Charles Jun’r. C. Edward Carter, Charles Cri William Cheek, James Car Carr, Raleigh Chinn, hlevj Wm. H. Clewe. | D. Hugh Dailey, 2; Lloyd A. Dui Uilley. E. Joseph Edwar. F. John Fester, Jonathan FoutclU hurst. G. Isaac Griffith, Joseph Gove. H. James H. Hamilton, 27; Malt! Maryann Helium, James T, Russel B. Harrison, Steward Butler Howell, Wicom Mali .Handy, Sampson Howell, a| Robt. R. Hough. J. George Johnson, John Jenncy, ney, Wm. Y. Jenners. K. Isaltc Kent, Richard Keen, Jai drick. L. tfmuel Luqkett, Mrs. Lee Lewis Linton William Lath Longley, Thomas Lacev, M '*■ David Martin, Thomas Mart™ Marshall, Mary Ma...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 15 July 1817

HE GENIUS OF LIBERTY. ■ - * I ' jfe »Tnt.ISHEP BY SAMUEL B. T. CALDWELL, LEESBURG, Va. PROMULGATOR OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. TUESDAY , JULY 15,1817. [No. 27.

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o Jrn ITI oM S. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 15 July 1817

o J\rn ITI oM S. jenius of Liberty will be once a week on good medium 1 WO DOLLARS per annum, [, advance, or TWO DOL[l ITI'TY CENTS, if not paid , expiration of the year. No be discontinued until arrearpaid, except at the discretion or. nsEMENTS will be inserted in ous manner, at one dollar per the three first insertions, and cents for each additional inser,se who send in their advertiseI please to mention bow often them inserted, otherwise they itinued until forbid, and clmrg. uglycommunications and letters on i St be— POST PAID.

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Laws of the Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 15 July 1817

Laws of the Union. (BY AUTHORITY.) AN ACT to provide for the redemption of the public debt. i Be it enacted by the senate and house oj re/iresentatives of the United States of America in congress assembled , That so much of any act or acts of congress, as makes for the purchase or reimbursement of the principal, or for the payment of the interest, of the funded debt of the United States be, & the same is hereby repealed. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted , That ! from the proceeds of the duties on merchandise imported and on the tonnage of j vessels, and from the proceeds of the in ternal duties, and of the sales of western lands, now belonging, or which may hereafter belong to the United States, the annual sum of ten millions of dollars be and the same is yearly appropriated to the sinking fund; and the said sum is hereby declared to be vested in the commissioners of the sinking fund in the same manner as the moneys heretofore appropriated to the said fund, to be applie...

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THE OLD is" THE JVEJV WO ELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 15 July 1817

THE OLD is" THE JVEJV WO ELD. What influence, the future destiny of the new world is to have on the fortunes of the old, opens a wide field for speculation. On this subject we may, with the most perfect truth, say, that we have passed completely into the region of conjecture. History is here totally dumb, and experience blind. We are left without our ordinary lights and guides to analogical reasoning and inference. That restive faculty, imagination, is at liberty to build what theories it pleases—to suppose all that is probable or possible of the fate of nations.—to anticipate the best or the worst consequences, to national freedom or individual happiness—to human power and renown in both hemispheres. It is impossible, in short, to say, what effect upon the fate of Europe, or ourselves, is to follow the cultivation of the wastes that lie spread for thousands of miles betore us; the diffusion of the arts of civilisation over all this wide expanse; the ra* pm lormation of numberless c...

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 15 July 1817
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 15 July 1817

For Sole, for two years, and immediate given, of that valuable mill 'aylor’s Town, about 5 miles erford, consisting of a <Sf Grist Mill , pith a convenient house and >t. Term* will be made easy, r particulars, apply to AML. lv HENDERSON. >rd, June 10.—[tla. • B. Blacklock , EIVED AND OFFER FOR SALE, gsheads muscovado sugars coll'ee ncheons West India rum :reis New England do gsheads and 20 bbls. whiskey mis letter and common paper wrapping do. ;s Garret’s snuff large and small twist tobacco . bright Dutch madder xes Spanish segars to fig blue to mould and dipt candles lo soap p> indigo—ueral assortment of wines, gin ids, lines and traces, powder ie of all kinds, loaf ami lump ;c. hia, June 10.—[6w. and for Sale. subscriber offers for sale, * \xres of Land, Fauquier county, within a mile If of Paris about sixty acres 'ely timbered and watered; and my land in the county for the i of wheat and other articles, adapted to plaisler and clover, a...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 15 July 1817

submitted to irreristible decay. A mutual interchange of her ancient inhabitants, with the more vigorous races of the north, assured the world by another example, of the sure resuscitation of human genius and energy by new prospects, new wants and fresh incitements to activity and enterprize. Can any one, therefore, undertake to say, that the old world will verge to its downfall, as the new nursed by hergeni- | us, her arts, her spirit of enterprize, ri- I ses into a spirit of rivalship in commerce and wealth, and dares to emulate her in all that constitutes her immense power and renown? 1 hat here, also, we are to look, after the lapse of a certain period, for the springs of human exertion relaxed and lost; power prostrated; art 8c science losing their usetul and brilliant discoveries, and all the lights and refinements of civilization extinguished. I hat person must have great audacity in speculation who would urge such au hypothesis, with the imperfect lights that history holds o...

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FROM THU I'ORTICO. .1 bird’s cje view of the Missouri Territory. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 15 July 1817

FROM THU I'ORTICO. .1 bird’s cje view of the Missouri Territory. (in a letter to the editor.) St. Louis, M. T. Dear , It is now incumbent on me, to redeem the pledge which I sometime since gave you; and present you with a bird seye view of this most interesting portion of the union. The boundaries of the Missouri territory appear to have been uetined by most geographers, who have treated ofthe subject in a very vague and unsatisfactory manner. From the best information I can obtain, it is bounded on the south, by an E. and W. line, d-awn on the latitude of 33° N. separating it from the slate of Louisiana; on the E. by the Mississippi river: on the N by the British possessions, or according to some by the 45° N. lat on the west by uncultivated regions extending to the shores of the Pacific ocean. Within this immense range it is to be presumed, great varieties of climate and soil will present themselves. The climate is 1 think more pleasant, than that of similar latitudes in the Atlan...

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ERATA. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 15 July 1817

ERATA. GENIUS °*LIBEETY. LEESBURG , VIRGINIA, 'Tuesday, July 15. The “domestic summary” in our last week’s paper should have been credited to the National Register instead of Mien' Register. In publishing the “ act to regulate the trade in plaister of Farin’’ there appears to have been an error, which saysthe Intelligencer, originated in transcribing the copy or in the office of the Intelligencer. Instead of “continuing and being in force five years from the 31st day of January, 1813, 'itwent into operation on the 4th of July 1817 & will continue in force 5 years from the Ist day of Jan. 1817. The act will be found in our paper of the 29th April. f “To dun or not to dun — that’s the question.”—lt is customary for editors to give their patrons, or rather subscribers, a gentle dun semi annually,by way of a hint that they want, money. One half year has already expired since this establishment commenced, and we have queried and pondered and pondered and queried whether it wa...

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/‘My SON WAS I.OST BUT NotHi [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 15 July 1817

/‘My SON WAS I.OST BUT NotHi On Saturday last two sn*| wandered from town in onegHi ful excursions and were longed to Mr. J. P. to Mr. Joseph Connor. Nelli at night the parents becameHl and gave the alarm—The rally started in pursuit of jacent woods and fields in vain. No positive heard of the two little the morning the seatch companies were formed and again entered in evei y no certain tidings—somctimnHi seen in the mountains—a different direction, on Tuscarora, Sc awful entertained that they were length the bell, which vH be rung until the children vH proclaimed the glad tidings [H its sound. The several returned and found the cliildH locked in their parents arms. H wandered about S miles frumH entered a rye field belongingliH felt, where he found them one asleep. He took them tiH the morning started with thcH and was met by some of tI«H search. They returned to gH hearts of the parents; and teasH tude and joy succeeded those* sorrow, Much praise is due* zens of Leesbuig for their...

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For the Genius of Liberty: [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 15 July 1817

For the Genius of Liberty: From the elbow chair of Timothy Tickler esq, Mb. Editor. Sir, In my last number I was about to inform you of the caution, which my venerable old grandmother gave to aunt Matilda; but a severe twang of the gout caused me to break off very abruptly and leave you to gmess what was to follow. Being much easier this morning and onCe more enabled to resume my elbow chair, I feel an anxiety to trouble you with a few more lines on the subject. You must know, sir, that the old lady was so very cautious with all her children, that she never would suffer any of them to keep company with those, whatever their pretensions to nobiity, who were in the least degree guilty of talking about others, however true their observations might be. Now I' have no doubt that what Belinda told my aunt about Angelina was perfec.ly true; for 1 can well remember when painting red and wearing tight long waisted stays were as much in vogue as eating chalk, painting white and weaving corsel...

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ADDITIONAL BOOKS. Just received and fur sale at this office, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 15 July 1817

ADDITIONAL BOOKS. Just received and fur sale at this office, Woodfall’s Junius with fac similics of various hand-writings. American Letters written in Switzerland and Italy. Volney’s view with maps and plates. The Naval monument containing official and other accounts of all the battles fought between the navies of the U. S. and Great Britain, embellished with 25 engravings Ilistoi ical sketches of the late war, blending anecdotes &c. embeiushed with, plates and maps. History of Virginia from its discovery, by J, W. Campbell, Warden’s Letters on board the Northumberland and at St. Helena, in which the conduct and conversation of Bonaparte and his suit are faithfully des-' cribed and related. Hume’s and Bisset’s History of England 10 vols. Goldsmith’s miscellaneous works in 3 vols. Natural history, Greece, Rome and England. Lives ot Washington, Marion, St Franklin. Mavor’s Plutarch, Lavoisiers chemistry, Cullen’s practice, and Woolman's works Clarkson’s portraiture of Quak...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 15 July 1817
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 15 July 1817

Public Sale , HAVING a desire to remove Leesburg, and in order to disc all my debts of every description 1 I remove, T shall expose the whole property in Leesburg at public auct the highest bidder for ready cast Monday the 11th day of August court day. Amongst the property sold will be one of the best Ml COWS in Leesburg, also two FEi ER BEDS, BEDSTEADS and Furniture, also two good CLOCKS and two WATCHES; one of which is a ho tat watch which keeps time equa true clock, also sundry such artic are not tp be found in Leesburg, a of the most useful k ; nd. GEO. E. CORDEI July 1.5—3t. N. B. Amongst the rest of the petty will be sold two very thriving hogs, For Sale . A Valuable Frame House and Lot, containing 1 half acre situated on I wall street; near the Episcopalian cl —The above is a coiner lot St the 1 well calculated to accommodate a p family. Persons wishing to pur can know the terms by calling o: subscriber living on the premises. VVm. HAMMERI July 15.—3t. Domestic Goods THE Subs...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 15 July 1817

Hatters take Notice. THE subscriber has for sale Eig Nine Hundred. Musk-Rat Skins, which he will dispose of low for c*sh Wm. STUN I Waterford, July 15.—[3w.* Mr. David Williamson , AS you do not reside in the i of Virginia, and have no agent wiihii said slate, to whom I can give noth hereby through the medium of a lie newspaper, printed in the said s give you notice that on the 9th day August next, between the hours ol A. M. and 6 P. M. J shall procee take the depositions of James Uust others at John Hough's tavern in town of Hillsborough, Loudoun cot Virginia, and of William jVlcGuin the house of said McGuire, in the co of Jefferson and state aforesaid, on 16th day of the same month, belweei hours aforesaid, which depositions w taken under die authority of a com sion from the superior court of Chan holden at Winchester and are inte to be offered as evidence on the trial suit depending in said court, where am complainant and yourself and n Bennett, late sheriff of Loudoun cot are de...

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THE RECESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 15 July 1817

THE RECESS. THE BIRTH OF A BLUSH. When o’er the pure and blissful earth* Vice first her baneful influence shed, { And gave tin latent poisons birth, Thatthro’lifc’bsweets infection spread: Bereft of home her form to screen, Meek Modesty deserted stray’d, Unnotic'd and unknown when seen, Pensive, she dropp’d her beauteous head; For Affectation, child of guile, Usurp’d the virgin’s small domain; Assum’d her air—her artless sn ile— And undisputed held her reign. Then heaven benign bestow’d its aid, The fiends increasing power to crush: Bore to the light the feeble maid, And mark’d her presence with a blush. From the Aew. York Kefiublican Chronicle. The following note was sent , as an nfiology for a dun , to a gentleman in this city, about 3 months ago. Rent unpaid—tailor dunning— Flour bill due—bread score runningPiutcher surly—brewer greedy— Grocer crusty —milk man needy— Shoemaker suffering—milliner sendingBail for bankrupt—lawsuit pending— Out of wood—and clothing scant— Dry goods d...

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Sentiments on love and marriage. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 15 July 1817

Sentiments on love and marriage. There is but one sort of love; but like genuuine coin, there are a thousand counterfeits of it. True love is founded on esteem, as it requires something more than personal beauty to make if permanent. Beauty of person is l : ke an annual •"flower : but beauty of mind, like a perrenial one, lasts for more than a season Too great a disparity of years is unnatural in wedlock: if a man be double the age of a woman, old age overtakes him too soon.— Eight or ten years may be excused on the man’s side—the half of it on the woman’s is intolerable. A sensible man seldom or never uses a woman ill, unless she throws aside her prudence; because he lakes reason as bis guide. The most sensible men are some times awkward in courtship but shine most in'the married st ite—they despise affectation and had rather censure than flatter. In short courtship, we can form no judgment of either the affection or merit of a person; hut length of time must e vlnce both.—Remember...

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THOUGHTS AND SAYINGS, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 15 July 1817

THOUGHTS AND SAYINGS, I'orlune only persecutes distinguished persons. Though the heavens are spangled with an infinitude of stars, the sun and moon are alone subject to eclipse. He modest and resemble the star which tho’ high and exalted, shines upon the water; rather than the vapor, which though mean and obscure liftsitsclf to the clouds Men, and Gold, affix each other’s value Justice is like a glass, which cannot be beat but which is easily broken. We can never die too early for others, when we live only foi’ ourselves. Cabals are in the republic of letters what factions are in a state; they generalJy excite but passing commotions.

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