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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 15 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 low er or southern side of Goose and the remainder on the upper s This is a fine property. The mill i at the mouth of Goose creek,-the of water abundant, and the country is a great wheat country. Produc be brought to the mill in boats with ease, and flour taken from it to Gi Town for fifty cents per barrel, town of Leesburg is 3 or 4 miles it. 2d. A LOT of LAND adjoinir above, containing about 360 Acres , it is bounded in part by Goose cm the Potomack ,is of a good soil am suited to the improved system of ing. It contains from 60 to 80 aci rich bottom. 3d. A LOT containing about 208 Acres, lying on the east side of the Alex: road by Mr. Havener’s shop and a ing the land of Ludwell Lee, Lsq. 4th. Two lots nearly opposite to I Lee’s house one containing 170 an other 125 acres. The Leesburg and Georgetown ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 15 July 1817
or recruited within the states ofCo ticnt and Rhode island. Bth. At any place or places &gt; troops are or may be stationed, ma or recruited within the state of York, north of the Highlands, and in the state of Vermont, 9th. At any place or places t troops are or may be stationed, ma or recruited within the state of York south of the Highlands, incl West-polet and within the state ol Jersey. 10th. At any place or places i troops are or may be stationed, ma or recruited within the state of Pei vania. 11th. At any place or places ' troops are or may be stationed, ma or recruited within the states of ware, Maryland and the District o lumbia. 12 th. At any place or places' troops are or may be stationed, ma or recruited within the state of Vii 13th. At anyplace or places ' troops are or may be stationed, ma or recruited within the state of &gt; Carolina. 14th At any place or places troops are or may be stationed, ma or recruited within the state of S Carolina. 1 Sth. At ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 15 July 1817
LIST OF LET] Remaining in the float-office , „J Fa. on the Ist July, 1817 * taken ufi by the Ist Oct, \,m sent to the general float 0 letters. A. Richard Adams, Mary B. John Adams, 2; Janies, Hiram Amesworth. D. -David F.Beall, James Broth* Burnel, Bridget HawkJt Brashers, Henry Brown, (V Browne, George Blair, J,T William Bradheld, 2; SamJ. coe, 7■, Peter Boss, CharleJ •Jun’r. C. Edward Carter, Charles C t J William Cheek, James Cart Carr, Raleigh Chinn, tst eVtl Wm. H. Clewe. D. Hugh Dailey, 2; Lloyd A. DuJ Dilley. E. Joseph Edwar. F. Jolm Fester, Jonathan Foulest hurst. G. Isaac Griffith, Joseph Gore. H. James H. Hamilton, 37; Mau'J Muryann Helium, James T| Russel b. Harrison, btewanll Butler Howell, VV icom Halt, H.uidy,Sampson Howell, An Kobt. U. Hough. J. George Johnson, John Jenneyj ney, VV m. V. Jenners. K. Isaac Kent, Richard Keen, hi drick. L. Samuel Luckett, Mrs. I.ect Lewis Linton William Lalimj Longley, Thoma.-. Lacey. M David Martin, Thomas Martini Marshall, Mary Marks,...
H■) XDI TI O NS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 July 1817
H ■) XDI TI O NS. Ip MU 3 of Liberty will be net a week on good medium WO DOLLARS per annum, advance, or TWO DOLFIFTY CENTS, if not paid expiration of the year. No ic discontinued until arrear,id, except at the discretion isements will be inserted in U s manner, at one dollar per the three first insertions, and ■ al t, for each-, additional insere who seudin their advertiserdease to mention how often icm inserted, otherwise they inued until forbid, and charg. gly. •ommunications and letters on t be—POST FAID.
of the Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 July 1817
\of the Union. Hv AUTHORITY.) provision f*v the lo|Hthe landsreserved by the Ist treaty of the 9th of AnWM thousand eight hundred and BBi.ietwcen the United States I'c.h nation, to certain chiefs of that nation, and for IBrposes. jHf/ruiy the .'.crate and house of of t/f United States of A assembled. That the of the Creek nation first anfcle of the He 9th of August, one thou ■ hundred and fourteen, be ■United States and that nation entitled to a reservation of H shall include their improveHit be authorised to locate said Hi in the followerg manner, viz Hi ciiief or warrior shall and Ht such four quarter sections, of quarter sections, and of sections, not exceeding Hd and forty acres of land, as Her may be surveyed, in pursuHe act of Congress passed the Hof March, one thousand eight Hid fifteen, and as shall include Hctive improvements. And in ■chief or warrior shall have reHie place, and cultivated a farm Hi or. at another place, he may at H, select such quarter sections Bnal parts ...
From the Richmond Compiler. AMERICA, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 July 1817
From the Richmond Compiler. AMERICA, A country almost fresh from the hand of nature) which shoots itself into almost every climate, and teems with the production of alihoswevery soil, opens her bosom to the foreigner of almost every clime. It is thus that, the youngest branch of the human ’.family expresses her claims. It is thus that America addresses her elder anti arrogant sisters “Send your unhappy childrtn |uther. “Come unto me all ye who are' heavy laden with the ills of oppression and I will give you rest." Those who eat the bitter bread of persecution will here taste bread that is sweetened from the cup of liberty. “1 have land enough to employ you. My territory sweeps from the shores of the Atlantic to the wilds west of the Mississippi, from thajiakes of Cansda to tb® verge of the Mexican gulph. My earliest settlements are yet destitute jof people; but if you traveLsvesTwardly, extensive regions lay open before you. The wiltT deer still spent in my prairies, and many a fore...
FOR E l G JV. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 July 1817
FOR E l G JV. London, May 30. Yesterday a common council was held at Guildhall, pursuant to a numerously signed requisition, for the purpose of preparing a petition to both houses of parliament, against a renewal of the Jfabeas corpus suspension bill. The common council was most numerously at&gt; tended, and Mr. Waitbman presented a. petition, and the three follotvlng resolutions, which were carried by a very large majority; “That this court hawing learnt, with feelings of the deepest regret and alarm, that his majesty's ministers, at this period of internal and external tranquility, have avowed their intention of proposing to parliament the further suspension of the Habeas by which the personal liberties of people of this empire at£ to be again placed, without responsibility at the mercy of the ministers the crown.” “That, in their opinion, this measure can only be necessary to stifle the' just complaints of a suffering people—to .protect abuses, and |preen delinquency; tha...
LB £SBUK G, VIRGINIA, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 July 1817
LB £SBUK G, VIRGINIA, GENIES •• LIBERTY. &gt;Tubsdat, July IST Praiae-wortAy. —A society for colonizing the free blacks has been formed in Baltimore,auxilary to tbe one already es tablished at Washington. Francis Key, esq, made a very animated speech in which he delineated the future grandeur aqd importance of the object in view.— Among other things he said, “that he delighted to contemplate the day* as not far distant, whin we should behold the colony surrounded with all the blessings of civilization—thejspires of temples glittering in the sun—the harbors shaded by the snowy wings of departing or of returning commerccr-the hum of industry resounding in the streets—and when it Was asked, what nation had been the parent of such multiplied blessings, the native would repljr, pointing to the emblem of our sovereignty, the nation with the star spangled banner-” A warm glow of enthusiasm pervaded the assembly f the society was organized* a constitution formed and a committee appo...
For the Genius or Liberty: From the elbow chair qf Timothy Tickler C&Qm [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 July 1817
For the Genius or Liberty: From the elbow chair qf Timothy Tickler C&amp;Qm Mr. Editor. *,v. sx«, &gt; /i,' I was about, in my last number, to inform you what Ben said when I reprimanded him for his want; of attention to the ladies; but had to break oil rather abruptly in consequence of the gout. ' However I will now proceed.— Says Ben, says he, “times have much altered since you were young. Society then was not infested by those mischievous beings commonly denominated gos* aifit; common marks of politeness were not then construed into courtships and intended marriages. Young people then could enjoy a social and rational intercourse without being watched by the benignant eye of jealousy or being scourged by the galling lash of scorn and derision. 1 hen tbefkir fame of both sexes, more especially the female, were held sacred and inviolate, and even the envenomed shafts of envy were not aimed ajt the good reputaiqn of any . Persons were' then judged by their own real i...
FROM THE ALEXANDRIA GM [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 July 1817
FROM THE ALEXANDRIA GM “Notwithstanding the dep| the fly and the ravages of tb! says an article in a Leesbil “notwithstanding the hail anil the heat and the cold; notvl the bitter comply in ts of farmel noisy ffteoans oj editors, we bel the present appearances, and I ry thing into consideration dal in general will be as abundant! Andjrhly those groans «fel Snowden, and their paragraph! illations, and extracts from hi foisted upon them by knavish! lists and extortioners, if they! ate, greatly aggravate the dill all classes of people. An hi pears in a paper, that a parti! has overflowed itis banks, dl damage—as editors arc at ahi matter to fill their columns,it| off into ail the other papers nil on, and this is immediately gl stS a warrant to raise the pril perhaps two dollars, and inthl (according to the usual langul extortion, at least in George3| as much. Thus having done! in fleecing the people and fillil of the monopolists, (lour again! look down and seek its j&amp;t jl a...
INDEPENDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 July 1817
INDEPENDENCE. Boston July s.—The 41st anniversary of American independence was yesterday celebrated with unusual festivity, thedemonstrations being heightened by the participation of the president of the U. S in them. , T , . , It is unnecessary to repeat the usual solutions, and joyful congratulations, which the occasion never fails to pro* duce. The procession of the supreme executive of the state was full; and was joined by the president and his suite, and the Cincinnati, in the meeting house; where after prayers by the Rev. Mr. Parkman, an eloquent and patriotic oration was pronounced by Edward T. Channing, esq. The procession, joined by the president, &amp;c. was then escorted by the Independent Cadets to the State House, where a sumptuous and splendid collation, was provided, by Mr, Foster of Concert-Hall, and at which about 600 partook. We have no time to do justice to the beauty and propriety of the decorations of the area of the bouse, with festoons, Stans and pyram...
GENERAL MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 July 1817
GENERAL MISCELLANY. The President when in this city, was invited by the survivors of‘the peace par ty,” to review the militia that had been collected on the occasion, thereby recog* nising him as their commander in chief During the War this party contended that neither the executive nor congress had any thing to do with the militia apd refused to comply with the requesitions of the executive founded upon an express law, authorising the detaching and ordering a portion of the militia into the service of the nationa! government. In time of peace the militia ape at the command of the president, but in time of war he has no authority over them. This certainly is a doctrine worthy of the “peace party.”— [Hart, (Con.) Times, H A cheap wife On Wednesdflly last, to the disgrace of the parties, a man’s wife was sold by auction at the obelisk, it) the market place for the sum of two pence. J President. —.‘Those ’who witnessed, says a Boston paper, the entrdtepf the president into Boston, on W...
POWER OF BEAUTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 July 1817
POWER OF BEAUTY. The neighborhood of Bethnal Green has been thrown into confusion by what does not now, for the first time disturb men’s $ minds— female seauty. A young widow has, it seems, taken a pub-' lie house there, which before her fortunate entrance into, had been deserted—. By the attraction of her beauty she fills it from morning to night; and such is the discontent of those who are unable ftom their numbers to obtain admittance, that tumults have occurred in the street where she lives, and constables are stationed in it. This is stated to us as a literal fact. Her age is about 27, and her beauty, it is said, deserves all its fame.— 1 Thus London has its humble imitation of the Veaut dee millet eolonnee at Paris. The ship Amazon, Adams, of Portland has arrived at Philadelphia in -SO days from Amsterdam, with a cargo of dry goods, fcc.and FOUR HUNDRED PASSENGERS, among whom is Gen. Jordon, (late Aid-de-Camp to the Emperor Napoleon) taken prisoner at the battle of Weterloo.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 July 1817
DIED.—On Thursday rooming' last Mr. H. Glasgow, a respectable inhabitant of this place. Dissolution of Partnership. THE firm hitherto existing under the name of , Steer and Wood * r .gr ■ , • is by mutual consent dissolved. All persons indebted to the late firm are re* quested to call and settle their accounts without delay, as the Day of grace is rapidly passing away. JOSEPH STEER. RICHARD W,OOD. July 23.*—3t. ESTMY. CAME to the subscriber's on the 37th day of April last, a dark Bay Horse, about 14 hands high, six years years okl very poor, white on all his feet and a sore back, appraised at 50 dollars. The own* er is requested to call, prove tpropery, pay charges and take him away. NATHAN NICHOLS, Sr. July 33.—[3t.* Mill to Rent .. THE Subscriber will rent that valuable mill on a fork of near the north fork fneeting house, for one or more years. There is a Saw and Grist Mill, and a merchant mill all in good repair,, and water sufficient. It is surrounded by an extensive rich wheat...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 July 1817
To Rent. A FARM about Similes from Lees* burg, containing 213 Acres, 80 of which is under good improvement and a laige portion of it well fenced with stone. There is also a convenient stone house and kitchen and a log barn. It is well watered, and will be rented for two years, &amp; possession may be had this fall in season for^peeding—the farming utensils may also be had if required. For terms apply to the subscriber living on • the premises. ■ ■ —ALSO—* , For sale or hire a Negro Woman. that understands cooking and all kind of house work well. 'DAVID CARR. July 22.—3w. ? ' V T Russell. ■ Tailor and Habit Maker, RETURNS his unfeigned thanks to the citizens of Leesburg and its vicinity for their very liberal patronage during the short time he has been here, aud informs them that, in consequence of the sudden and unexpected death of his partner, the above business will be carried on in future in his own name. Persons indebted to the late firm of Russell Hite are requested to ...
THE BKCEB9. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 July 1817
THE BKCEB9. THE BIBLE. links WatTTEN FOB A BIBLE SOCIETY SUBSCEIETIOM BOOK. Thy word it a light unto my path, 1 —Psalm cxix, 105, What is the world?—a wildering maze Where sin has track’d, ten thousand Ways, fler victims to ensnare; All broad, and winding and qpope, All templing with perfidious nope, All ending in despair. Millions of Pilgrims throng these roads, Bearing their baubles, or their loads, Down to eternal night. One humble path that never bends, Narrow, ar«d rough, and steep, ascends, From darkness, into light. Is there a guide to shew that path? The Bible!—-He alone who hath The Bible need not stray; Yet he who hath and will not give. That heavenly guide to all that live, Himself has lost the way.
The Drowned Passenger. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 July 1817
The Drowned Passenger. Along the beach the peasant stray’d At day light when the storm was o’er, And lo! by winds and waves convey’d, A corps extended on the shore! His face was comely ev'n in death; His lips bad lost their coral hue* Cut smil’d as if. with parting breath, A ray divine had cheer'd his view. When ev'ry aid was vainly giv’n, The villagers in tears exclaim, O! for a miracle from heav’n, To animate thy lifeless frame! Some friend, perhaps, whose boding feats Forbade thy feet at first to roam, Or parent, in declining years, With anxious heart expects thee home r Whoe’er thou art, whate’er thy name, Or whoso’er thy kindred be, Humanity asserts her claim To feel for them and mourn for thee! Around thy brow, with many a tear Sad virgins shall the cipress twine, Deck with sweet flow’rs thy humble bier, And chaunt a requiem at tby shrine! Ol if, amid this world of care, A mother dear or sisters mourn, And tor a while avert despair, With hopes and fears for tby return. In vain...