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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 July 1817
AS act supplementary to an act entitled “an act concerning the naval establish ment" Be it enacted by the senate (3 house sf rrfiresentatives oj the United states of A* mcrica in congress assembled , that every purser now in service) or who may herealter be appointed) shall) instead of the bond required by the act to which this is a supplement, enter into bond with two or more sufficient sureties, in the penalty of twenty five thousand dollars, conditioned for the faithful discharge o all his duties as purser in the navy of the United States, which said sureties shall be approved by the judge or attorney of the United states for the district in which such purser shall reside. Sec. 2, A'd be it further enacted, that from and after the first day of May next, no person shall act in the character of purser wl &gt; shall not enter into bond .as afo; .-.said, excepting pursers on distant ser. cc, who shall not remain in service lone-than two rnopths after their return to the Unite...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 July 1817
FOR*SALE . ", THfi following portions of the estate of the laW colonel ThomiS L. Lee,«of^ Co |au* The MILL-LOT comprising Fifty-Om Acres nd a fraction, of which about 3#lie on he lower or southern side of Goose creek and the remainder on the This is a fine property. The mi%tands •t the mouth of Goose creek, the poorer v of water abundant, and the country jjtoye is a great wheat country. Produce fljay be brought to the mill in bo*ts with much ease, and flour taken from it to (JoorgeTown for fifty cents per barrel. The town of Leesburg is 3 or 4 ipes above 2d. A LOT of L AND adjoining the above, containing about 36Q Acres, 4 it is bounded in part by Goose creek and the Potoniack ,ft of a good soil' and well suited to 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 roadoy Mr. Havener’s shop and adjoinng the laftd of Ludwell Lee, Esq. 4th. Two lots nearly opposite to Mr. L. Le...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 July 1817
I- 11 o' y - f. . yr . . &lt;-• f lmndfo§ Sale. | THE subscriber^offers. for sale, 150 Acres of. Land, Lying in Fauquier county, within a mile and a half of Paris, about sixty acres cleared, fidely timbered and watered; and equal, to any land in the county for the prodHlMbn of wheat and Other articles, adapted to plaister and clover. , There is a good mew LOG DWELLING' HOUSE, nearly finished, within sixty yards of an excellent spring— The above land is very conveniently situated to good merchapt mills and saw mills, as there la two of three within a mile and a halfof it. A further description is deemeWnnecessary, as it is presumed any person Wishing to purchase, willview the premi|es. $ ISAAC SETTLE. Paris, M»y 29.—.[3 m. li ? FOR SALE; One t hundred and ninety six acres of land SITUATE in Frederick county near Lockard’s tavern, the improvements are a gpod log dwelling house, two~story high, and kitchen adjoining the same with stqge chimneys, a good tiOg Bam from 30 to 40 fe...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 July 1817
ADDITIONAL BOOKS. Just received fur sale at this office, \.y % ,x.: ■ Wood fall’s Junius with fac similies of va- * rious hand-writings. American Letters written in Switzerland and Italy. Volney’s viefe 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 35 engravings. Historical sketches of the late war, blend* ing anecdotes Btc. embellished with plates and maps. History of Virginia from its discovery, by J. W. Campbell, Warden’s Letters on board the North* umberland and at St. Helena, in which * the conduct and conversation of Bonaparte and his suit are faithfully described and related. * Hume’s and Bisset’s History of England IQ vols. - T* Goldsmith’s miscellaneous works in 5 vols. A ". Natural history, Greece, Rome and Engl ihd. Lives ot Washington, Marion, Sc TrankJin. , y Mavor’s Plutarch, Lavoisiers chemistry, Cullen’s practice, audJjir Woolman’s works. ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 July 1817
VV’A» i)f?P*RTi«i£KT(jjjl' ' I#TO GIVE NOTICE.' That separate proposal* 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 ail rations that maybe required for the useof thAti troops of the United - States, from first day of June, 1618. inclusive, unthe the Ist day « June, 1619, .within the states, territories, and districts, folowing, via. s Ist. At Detroit, Michilimackinac, Green bay, Fort Wayne, Chicago*£nd their immediate vicinities* an# at any other place or place* where troops are or may be stationed, marched or recruited, withiiy the tear!tory of Michigan, the vicinity of the upper lakgs, and the state of O hio, and on or adjacent to the watera of lake Michigan. 3d. At any place or places where troops are or may be stationed, within the states of Kentucky and' Tennessee. 3d. At St. Louis, tort Harrison, fort Clarice, fort Armstrong, fort Crawford, " folt Osage or fort Clark, on the...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 22 July 1817
or furnished under th» contract nov*.in force, have been cons u. uu.d. GEO. Gil Att AM, Acting Secretary of war, . Note— .The editors of Newspapers who are authorized tt» publish the lain of the U. States, are requested to insert the foregoing once a Week until the-lit of October next. # ■ '* June r—tor MONET WANTEQ, A Past of the notes to the late firm of Him ami been assigned to the subscriber, Who requests that tbt persons indebted will on the 25 th la stint call on him or in his absence qa Thomas R. Mott Ksq. and take Jn their notes" If this notice is not attended to it or before the time requested, the notes wilfehe placed in the bands oi an officer for collection % iulffc, E. OFFUTT. Mr.DMd Williamson*■' AS ydu do not residh in the state of Virginia, and hate .no agent within the’ said state, to whom I can give notice, is hereby WkroWgh the nittfnm of W puh, lie newspaper, printed rn state, give you notice that on nit#* M August next, between the heirs of, is 'A. M. and 6P. M....
I'O JVDITIOJVS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 July 1817
I'O JVDITIOJVS. ■Geku's of Liberty will be I once a week on good medium ■ TWO DOLLARS per annum, |„ advance, or TWO DQLid FIFTY CENTS, if not paid ic expiration of the year. No it be discontinued until arrear- ■ paid, except at the discretion ■tor. irtsEMENTs will be inserted in ■uous manner, .at one dollar per i the three first insertions, and lir cents for each additional inserKose who stud in their advertlaelill please to mention how often i them inserted, otherwise they Kntfaued until forbid, and charge Kingly. ml communications and, letters on |u.( be—POSTPAID. I ■
Frvm the, Savannah Republican, My 11. THE ELORtDAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 July 1817
Frvm the, Savannah Republican, My 11. THE ELORtDAS. Our advices from East Florida are to the 6th instant. At that time general M’Gregor was on Ameliji island, but one of his parties had advanced to a# token post at Cowford, a block house about 40 miles from sti Augustine. The general was preparing to move for the St. John’s and expected to reach it in a few days; by whu|| time bis forces, it was believed, will be adequate the completion oftheirobject. As Augustine was short of provisions, the garri* son not able to mount half the guns in the fortress, and the Patriot fleet before •t so |j|ong as to preclude the possibility oftny assistance being rendered by the armanent which sailed from the Havana on the 11th uU. for ft* relief, no doubt was entertained of its speedy sur render. After having garisoned Amelia, St. John’s and Augustine, the main body of the independent army (whose number &amp; resources will be greater than most people imagine) will, it is supposed, move west...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 July 1817
To Rent. R.VI about 2 1 miles from Leesitaining ich is under good improvement ge portion oCit well fenced with There is alsoa convenient stone d kitchen and a log barn. It is ired, and will be rented for two possession may be had this fall for seeding—the farming uteo also be had if required. For ply to the subscriber living on ises. ' | —ALSO— For sale-or hire a Negro Woman. inlands cooking and all kind of irk well. DAVID CARR. ? —3w. T.&lt; Russell, A lor and Habit Maker, INS his unfeigned thanks to the of Leesburg and its vicinity for 7 liberal patronage during the le he has been here, aud informs it, in consequence of the sudden xpeeled death of his partner, the tsiness will be carried on in fu lis own name. Persons indebted tc firm of Russell &amp; Hite are reto settle the same, and those to ne firm are indebted are requestnt their accounts without deiussel, as it is necessary the public are respectfully invited to ie subscriber at his shop in Urn where he carri...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 July 1817
’n winch every man was up to his waist in mud, and which was immediately underthe fire of the block houses. 1 hough they might have been cut all to pieces, yet not a single gun was fired. Such was the panic of the people within the town, they did not even discharge their guns before they surrendered. I have been down to Amelia to view the new order of things that place being only 9 miles from St Mary’s where I had the pleasure of seeing the celebrated patriotic general Sir Gregor M'Gregor He appears to be about 35 years of age; his height is about five feet, six inches, and he is somewhat inclined to corpulency. His appearance is such, that to meet him even in ordinary life with otdinaiy people one would still fancy there was something uncommon about him. A flag has been hoisted for Florida, the field of which is white with a blue cross. I wish it was in my power to send you copies of the proclamations which have been issued but I cannot obtain them: the purport of the first was, as...
NEWS FROM THE SOUTH. Charleston, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 July 1817
NEWS FROM THE SOUTH. Charleston, July 14. By a gentleman, a passenger, who arrived here yesterday, in the sloop Hermit, from St. Mary’s, we learn ihat the Spaniards had abandoned, on the 14th inst. Fort Nichola,a military post on the river St. John’s, in apprehension of an attack from the forces under general M’Gregor. They made their retreat in boats, after having set fire to the bouses spiked the guns, and destroyed some small arms and military stores, which they were unable to can y off A party of the Patriots had advanced and taken possession of a block house that commands the entrance of the Narrows, about eight or ten miles from Amelia. St. Augustine, it is said, will be the next place against which the General will direct his force. Reinforcements from the north are hourly expected, in aid of this purpose. Colonel Coppinger the governor of St. Augustine, is stated to be an officer of skill and activity. and the place capable of making some resistance. A deserter that came in,...
FOREIGNFROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 July 1817
FOREIGNFROM ENGLAND. ■Boston, July 18. ! We are indbeted to Mr. Hooper, Su-'' perintendant of the B. B. C. H- reading room, for the loan of a Liverpool paper of June 9. The prince Regent has recommended to parliament to continue the suspension of the Habeas Corpus act, and communicated documents in support of the advice, Referred to a secret committee. The late speaker of the house of commons has resigned, having been created a lord. He has received a vote of thanks, and an address has been made to the Prince Regent to make provision for him. 4000/. per annum is talked of. Mr. Sutton was chosen speaker of the house of Commons. He had 312 votes, Mr. Wynne 152. Alderman Wood is a candidate for Parliament, in London, vice Mr. Comb. Mr. Peel is offered for the university, vice the late speaker. Near 300 constables are to be in attendance on the trials for treason. Two British Generals are said to have been dismissed the service. The king of England entered his 80th year on the 4th ult. ...
L EE [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 July 1817
L EE GENIUS OK LIiJ| Tuesday, Julvj* |C7* TO THE PIIJLa^M OF E VKH Y D£jVOm\Jm 1 he rev’d E. Cornelius a jH of the American Board of ers foi foreign Missions, vj||H Missionary sermon in the church this evening at Bo'c|, J( B collection will be made for of schools among the ans. ■ Extract from Mr. C’a cmijß “The object is one which culiar claims upon Ameriqß thropists and Christians ofallß lions and classes. May hc,H made of one blood all natioß graciously prosper every attcnß mote it, and take your agenaß lar underhis special guidarctß sing.” ■
EDITOR'S cokkesposß [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 July 1817
EDITOR'S cokkesposß Extract of a letter Irom a nJ New Albany, Ind. to the tdifl July sth. I JS it respects the piosptoß western country, I tmnk tlitfl flattering to persons of enicipiiß soil is rich and well adaptedigl lure of all kinds of grain. 11l boat navigation is rapidly intnl affords as great a profit as I nierce of the Atlantic Sialtil years ago scarce a steam boatiH the river as high up as this pi ten are in complete operation! building. The adjacent counayl with the best of timber for tlitl From every appearance laal to believe that the trade whit! long existed between this f J country and Philadelphia willli channel—it is turning rapidly;* bosom of Ohio and JVlississipjil parted by thousands of keels; ■ leans will become the capital ofi and this western country the El world. I New Albany is a small ion! two miles below the falls ofOki bout twenty from Corydon. hi tants are mostly from the rortl eastern stales. It possesses I advantages being below the fulls* ing a fine ad...
iirjr 5i DEATH OF HENRY' ' VIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 July 1817
iirjr 5i DEATH OF HENRY' ' VIII. ras born in U'Jl, and began to 1509. He rained his favorites, umeats of his crimes, from the 1 obscurity to the pinacie of' r , and after setting them up as put them to death like Ho was pre-eminent in religion; itching with Luther, whose doc • thought too republican, he beefender the Catholic faith,, ii quarrelling with the Pope iod in the way of his murdwas twice excommunicated, e creeds and articles, and made in nut to swear to them; hemade iuite opposed to them, and made ii not to swear to them; and he Ins opponents with slow fire—nted with a foolish school-master leal Presence, St burned him to - him. He beheaded flishop i ind sir Thomas Moore for notj that his own children were) n He robbed the churches and tcvenue of a convent to an old ! for a pudding. He burned aj oung woman .anne ascuc) for ; ng ol the reuL pretence. a "m love as in religion, delicate dcr. He first married his sisteraii!’ because lier children died diher, married her maid o...
WEIiAL MISCELLANY. HAPPINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 July 1817
WEIiAL MISCELLANY. HAPPINESS. puiess! illusive phantom; whither mi flown! Exile when will thy days sktncnt be o’er? When wilt thou by wandering? When wilt thou ake up thy abode in this flattering Thou dwellest with the miner 'Ublerranean deserts; thou abides! Ie shepherd in his straw thatched ti thou singeat with the milk-maid •he moss grown rock, when the breezes fan the pallid moon; thou nest the harmony of the lonely 'gale; thou roamest with the »1 the forests in their midnight thou risest with the peasant from lrn k!e couch when he hails the Jg sun; thou watchest o’er his ; 1 ' 8 ’ a "d inspires! him with joyful 5 "ken night birds seek thy bosom | ose.... an d as thou sittest like a an angel o’er his pillow, thou •st him with thy roseate mantle to kim from harm. When, O when ou deign to wave thy peaceful pinb'me! when wilt thou rest once "y roving wing &amp; make again this '“breast thy home? ORLANDO.