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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 July 1817
Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 July 1817

NEW YORK, July IT. A gentleman lately from Havanna, (says the Charleston Courier of the Bth inst.) informs us, that the captain of the Spanish government brig, which, in conjunction with a frigate, made a dastardly attack, some months since on the United States schooner, Firebrand, has been lately tried by a court martial at Havanna, and broke—the captain of the frigate had been sent home to old Spain, to take his trial, and there was no doubt would meet a similar punishment. FROM AMELIA INLAND. SAVANNAH,JULY 15. Our adv ices from that place come down as late us the 9th inst. At that time, the individuals who had left the island previous to the arrival of the patriots, had mostly returned & appeared quite contented with the new order of things,— General U’Gregoi was busily engaged in sending off his troops to the St. John’s which place he was expected to reach about the 18th inst. St. Augustine was strictly blockaded by a Patriot frigate and the True blooded Yankee sloop...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 July 1817

An Improved Farm for & uvmville , lying in the com Prince-William, within two miles road leading from Leesburg to Fat Court-House, containing between 5 fy 600 Acres all of which has been highly plait and clovered for many years, and it all in clover with the exception c land in cultivation. This desirabk is situated between the two large ern turnpike roads leading from \ ington and Alexandria, about three from the one and five from the olht distant from 30 to 33 miles from cities. The healthy situation, fe of soil, agreable and genteel society ders it one of the most desirable ] of property ever ottered for sale, ii part of the country. There is or farm every thing a farmer could wi The dwelling house is indifferent all the others are as good as cou wished It has on it an excelled commodious barn, the largest and t the county—stables capable cf he all tne horses and cattle wanted e an admirable orchard of peach at pie trees, and is probably as well i better watered than ...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 July 1817

PROPOSALS BY J. FOSTER, OF WINCHESTEF FOR PUBLISHING A NEW . ENLARGED EDITION OF 1 OLIVE BRANCH OR FAULTS ON BOTH SIDEi federal, and debio crai A serious appeal on the neeessity of n forgiveness and harmony. BY M. CAREY. ‘‘Faction is the madness of the n for the benefit of the few.”— Swift. "•Every kingdom divided against is brought to DESOLATION.”— I lure. “/n dissensions nulla solus conspici —Ctcsar. |CP THIS WORK, which has come so justly celebrated, has through eight editions, and notwilhs ing the the thousands of copies which been thrown into market, there is sc ly one to be obtained irv this part ol country. The publisher having oh ed leave of the author, now sclicttt patronage of the public to a ninth ed To those who have seen the work need offer no recommendation; b those who have not, we will observe, it has obtained more certif cates of it cellence , impartiality and utility.fro, first characters in the United States, federate and Republicans, than any | ical work ever iss...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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THk BE CESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 July 1817

THk BE CESS. MOM TDK BOSTON TASKBI. ODE, On the expected visit of the President qf the United V HE comes! Columbia's chief rever'd! Raise high the cheerful note of joy; Loud be our gratulations heard, In festive mirtlfthe hour employ! Lo, Freedom! from her starry Height, Descends and hovers o’er the scene. And with an heavenly smile serene, She sheds the roses of delight, * No servile guards before him move, Or throng of slaves by fear impress’d: His herald is a people’s love; His safe guard every freeman’s breast Illustrious chief? ’tis thine to feel W hat.prown’d oppressors never knew; E’er m thy duty firm and true, To seek thy grateful country’s weal. : ft O! from their blest abodes of light Shall martyr’d Freedom now behold, Thee, who withstood {he direful fight* And spum’d the ' tyrant’s proffer’d goWf - ' Pleas’d, : o’Or the scene, their “spirits beud,’’; '.V ■ And on the cheiftain’s honor’d head, Their’nurest, holiest blessings shed, As everfipg’s gentle dews descend. • XT. H...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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From the.Cljarleston Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 July 1817

From the.Cljarleston Times. ANNA, I have lost my heart, And do believe that you possess it; •Tis wounded deep by Cupid's dart—. If you have got it, do confess it. But, should you think it worth retaining, Keep it, and in place of mine, While I yet have life remaing’ng, Dearest Anna, give me thine.

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 July 1817

WOMAN. There’s naught so delightful as woman, Delectable source of all joy! When lovely and kind, And possess'd of a mind , She’s, by Heavens! no trifling toy I Of a truth (’tis disputed by no man) Kind woman of life is the soul; With delicate ease, % She fails not to please, When she sways man with gentlest control. 'Sojp•' •** *’ O woman, bewitching, sweet woman! Thou idol, whom all must adore! Then virtue inspire, Each hallowed desire, Then rule thou the world evermore.

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
GROWTH OF THE UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 July 1817

GROWTH OF THE UNION. American independence was acheived by what Mr. Randolph called “the good old thirteen United States.” These were New-Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode-Island, Connecticut, New-York, Ncw-Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, North-Carolina, South-Caroli-na, and Georgia; to these have been added— -1791. March 4, Vermont, 1792- June 1, Kentucky, 1796. June I, ’ Tennessee, 1803, Feb. 19, Ohio, 1812. April 8, Louisiana. 1816. Dec. It, Indiana--1017. March 1, Western part of Mississippi Territory, to be a state: condilution yet formed.—(Nat. Reg. ‘

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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FOURTH OF JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 July 1817

FOURTH OF JULY. “’Twas the celebrated Saul. Cuask, the Demosthenes of Maryland who first htught the startled vaults of congress hall : j it- echo the name of Inobpsnuance. t! hau enumerated many a glaring in 'Uirce of British violat on of poor Aiiv>vican rights .. on all of which George I> 1 had looked with the most kingly ralmnessi ’ I was one of nature’s orators who spoke. Such unnatural) such unparental indifference to their interests call d forth his rage....His countenance was like the dark stormy cloud edged with lighthing. he swung his arm in air and with a supploaio pedis and voice of thunder, that made the hollow dome resound, he swore,, by the God of Heaven, he owed no aliegience to the king qf Great Britain

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 July 1817
Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 July 1817

Valuable Landed Propel FOR sums THE following portions of the of the late colonel Thomas L. L Coton: • Ist. The MILL-LOT comprii Fifty- One Acre nd a fraction, uftfrhich about 39 li he lower or southern-side ofGoefk and the remainder on the upper s This, is a line property. The mill ' at the mouth of Goose creek, tha .of water abundant, and the country is a>great wheat country. PriSduc be brought to the mill in boats with ease, and flour taken from it to G< Town for fifty cents per barrel, town o| Leesburg is 9 or 4 miles 3d. A LOT of LAND adjoinii above, containing about 360 Acres , it is bounded in pact by Goose ere the Potomack ,is of a good soil an suited to the implbved 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 Alex road by Mr. Havener’s shop and t ng the land of Ludwell Lee, Esq. 4th. Two lots nearly opposite to 1 Lee’s house one containing 170 at other 125 acres. The Leesb...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 July 1817

A‘ »00i. or places w stioned, mar troop, are At ally place or placet where troop* are or roar be stationed, marched or recruited within the states of Delaware, Maryland agd the District of Co lumbia. 13th. At.any place or places where troops are or may be stationed, marched or recruited within the state of Virginia. ISth. At anyplace or places where troops are or may be stationed, marched or recruited within the state of North* Carolina. * Uth At any place or places where troops are or may be stationed, matched or recruited within the state of SouthCarolina. ISth. At Tybee barracks, fort Haw* kins and fort Scott, and pt any other place or places where troops are or may he stationed, matched or recruited, within the state of Georgia, including that part of the Creek’s land lying within the territorial limits of said state. a A ration to consist of one pound and one quarter of beef, or three quarters of a pound of salted pork, eighteen ounces of bread or iiour, one gill of rum whisky,...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 29 July 1817

■ •>(V' ■, EVERY citizen within i the STth regiment is earns to infortrtfhe nearest ntiK_ hit residence whether there] lie arms in his own hout neighborhood, for which not been given since the Ist], last and where!here are ant* theii-number and situation,, cers receiving RUch infOrntaljquested to collect all ouch at, report their number to the the Hegi#lcnt at the ensaj court. C. F, July I.—.£tf. Corad’t'Strt Hatters take JVfc THE subscriber has for i Mine Hundred, Musk-Rat kind which he will dispose of low ( Wm. s Waterford, July 15.—[3*J For Sak\ A Valuable Frame House, arid containing 1 half acre situaG wall street; near the Episcof —The tbove is a corner lot well calculated to accom modfamily. Persons wishing to can know the terms by cal subscriber living on the ptei Wm. HA July 15,—3t. For Sale] A lease for two years, and I possession given, of that v stand, in Taylor’s Town, ab from Waterford,-consisting i Saw <Sf Grist ogether with a convenient farden sp...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 August 1817

[HB €}ElSrUg OP MBERTY. polished by samuEL b. t.g alp well, v». promulgator of the laws of the united states. Ml TUESDAY, AUGUSTS, tan. [No. 90.

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THi EDINBURGH AND QUAR. w TERLY REVIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 August 1817

THi EDINBURGH AND QUAR. w TERLY REVIEWS. *lbese unrivalled publication* seen to rise boarly in reputation. " The same spirft and talents continue to animate then. They establish every day a more formidable power over opinion and taste; pet me greatest difference of sentiment as to their comparative merits in teaming end ability. If we were allowed *n opinion, we should say, that they 111! points unsusceptible of risen. They are in a otitrasted in their merits, some Sort excel in difierarnlng, and evince even objects, a different mode ind kind of view. They and powers of mirfil pe inctive. »gh Review would have >m the first moment, the placeM its birth, without Ms title. It ca«W dbrth with the attributes of a masculine philosophy. It proved its vigorousdescent by the clearest indications— Scotland has ever since her literary age, beeq the country in Europe of sober, abstruse thinkers of prying, sagacious metaphisicians—of laborious scholars and determined speculatists. Her...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 August 1817
Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 August 1817

übliek Sale lubscribcr being desirOli* i i the westward, will on the )tember next Bell at public emiseS) that ILUABLE FARM he resides in Loudoun co ining about one hundrer ires. d is situated within ten i g and fifty of Ceorgetowi i—The quality is oonwc rid it is admirably watere* a high state of cultivatior wed, with every necer ttached to it is a good dis tely fixed fur business ite description is thought same time and. place wil Cattle , Sheep, Hog utensils and a variety of i The terms wifi be made kt jr of sale. THOMAS MARK 9<—tds. ‘he editors of the Political Frtdcrick-Town, and Me "d May of llagers-Town, insert the above in their pr ks and forward their accc s for payment. • Darrah, Dentist , ECTFULLY gi"es notice t ‘ gentlemen of Leesburgi ken a room in Mr. Am where he will continue eigl I and will be happy to wa in the line of bis professi s and inserts the best of TIFICIAL TEETH, f to a full sett, in the best mai mends pluggs, and ext *> and stumps, in...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 August 1817

-..opk Sere! WAS TAKEN, J suppose thr mistake, from Capt. Nicholas Osl on the 30th of May, 18 \t (which a day of general muater) a Gyeat Goat, of home made black cloth with a cape, homemade Oaapel lining, buttons, on the and capewas one left in the place of it tol much worn, and considerably • than mine. The person who has the mistake can rectify it by calli CapK N. Osburn’s, at which plat coat is. HUGH THOMSC July S?.—3w. Mill to Rent . THE Subscriber will rent that b}e mill on a fork of Goose creek] the north fork meeting house, for i more years. There is a Saw and Grist Mill, and a merchant shill all in good r and water sufficient. It is surrbi by an extensive rich whest countr; seldom is idle for want of wheat, Any person wishing to rent said mil nvc it on good terms for any numl years not exceeding ten. For ft particulars enquire of Wm. C< July 33.—3 w.* Dissolution of Partneirshi THE firm hitherto existing und name of Steer and Wood is by mutual consent dissolved, p...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 August 1817

Mr. Jeffev's sallies ore poignant,bitter, unsparing—Those of Mo- Gifford, •without being less cutting, are perhaps, more delicate, more rich, more playful and refined. They abound more in fine points—have more of the grace and felicity acquired in a society of wits, than those of Mr. Jeffrey, which seem of a coarser texture, and without the benefit of the collision which communicates both point and polish. Mb. Jeffrey rarely lights up his face with a smile, or unbends his brows to sport with his vie tim, before offering hiih fur sacrifice: Mr. Gifford indulges more often in a sportive as well as severe vein—relates with gaity, and more frequently shines forth in a strain of natural liveliness and playful unforced wit. Such are some of the merits, as well as we can sketch them, of the two great rival periodical works of the day—and such the contrasted talents of their conductors.

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Foreign Articles. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 5 August 1817

Foreign Articles. ENGLAND, &C. Mr. Manners Sutton is elected speak er of the house of commons in the place of Mr. Abbott, resigned. The name of the latter has been changed to lord Colchester & ,t is understood that he is to receive a /tension of 4000/ (§17,760) per annum during life, and 3000/. for the life of his male heir. Pretty well for those days of economy and retrenchment. The regent’s ministers have caused himfo send a message to parliament ordering a continuance of the habeas corpus suspension act, accompanied with papers which were referred to a secret committee in both houses. The Irish are “turning the tables” on the English. A Dublin paper says there were more convictions in Lancashire, one county, than in the entire of Ireland. The same paper says—«'/» Xorth America, liberty and prosperity go hand' in hano. VVe shall have some observations to make upon Mr. Monroe's noble document when more at leisure; suffice it to say, that their debt is dimini...

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