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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 August 1817
Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 August 1817

QXjyiTIONS. jukjvs or Lwkktt will bo once a week on good medium FWO DOLLARS per annum, „ advance, or TWO DDLa FIFTY CENTS, if not paid v expiration of the year. No b« discontinued until arrearpaid, except at the discretion %'sxmxnts will be inserted in manner, at one dollar per _,,ic threofirst insertions, and cento for each additional inserwho send in their advertiseplease to mention how often them inserted, otherwise the* ,tinned until forbid, and charg■ngly. I communication! and let fere on t be—POSTPAID. iblick Sale. jeriber being desirous of re- [ the westward, will on the 30th ember next sell at public sale, nisei, that WABLE FARM Ihe resides in Loudoun county Inning about one hundred and I is situated within ten miles ; and fifty of Georgetown and -The quality is considered nd It is admirably watered and i a high state of cultivation and bvedj with every necessary died to it is a good distinctly fixed for business. A iite description is thought un[ametime and place will be Ca...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 August 1817

| M Improved Farm for S> rjWE Subscriber will tell his *. LamtbfUi, lying in the cow Prince-William, within two miles t road leading from Leesburg to Far Court-House, containing between 5 600 Acres all of which has been highly plaii and clovered forjrmny years, and ii all in clover wkh the exception < ! land in cultivation. This desirable is situated between the two large cm turnpike roads leading from \ ington and Alexandria, about three from the one and five from the othi distant from 30 to S3 miles from cities. The healthy situation, fe of soil, agreable and genteel society derail one of the most desirable ] of property ever offered for sale, i part of the country. There is or farm every tiring a farmer could W The dwelling house is indifferent all the others are as good as cou wished It has on it an exeellen commodious barn, the largest and I the county—stables capable of h« all tne horses and cattle wanted « an admirable orchard of peach at pie trees, and ...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
FRANKLIN AND WASHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 August 1817

FRANKLIN AND WASHINGTON. A French critic commences a review of the late published Correspondence of Franklin with the follq|ring remarks:— “Franklin and Washington, those two founders of American liberty, have appeared in modem-times, as one of the first of our men of learning has remarked of the latter, the worthy rivals of the great men of antiquity who realized for us the ideal of virtue. We may dissect their characters with the knife of the a-natomist-—we may seek for their errors, so long as virtue shall be synonimous with resolution, purity, generosity, de. votion, pr the names of Aristides, Soc rates, Phocion, Regulus and Cato, shall have a right to the admiration and respect of all good men. The faults with which these great men can be reproached are those of their age—the inevitable .consequence of the imperfection of the institutions, and the rudeness of the manners of those remote times. But their virtues are their own, and we must contemplate their lives when we wish to ...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
FROM SOUTH AMERICA, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 August 1817

FROM SOUTH AMERICA, Boston, July S3. By the brig Sally Barker, Defries, arrived at this port from Bahia, we have received verbal intelligence from that place to June 17, and papers to the 13th. We. do not however from either source, obtain a very full knowledge of the state of affairs in the Brazils. The array of the republicans evacuated the city of Pernambuco, as has been before stated but it was supposed to be still in existence. Many of the leaders however had been taken prisoners, and several of 11 jm had suffered the punishment of death. Martins and twelve others were tried, received sentence of death, and were immediately shot. They submitted to the sentence with great coolness and magnanimity. One of them, when brought to the place of execution, addressed the spectators in a bold and i mpressive manner, telling them that he was about to suffer death for wishing to make them freemen. Several persons were executed June 13, of whom the tallowing is a list as nearly as we are ab...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
lfmslwhg,~lhh(wM [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 August 1817

lfmslwhg,~lhh(wM GENIUS «* LIB3M Tuesbat, Auc. 12.1 We have given place the triumphant entry of the pj«B to Portland, Sec. merely as a spß his general reception. It much like tautology to notlcejjß| ly the proceedings of the citiiSi ry town through which he pul* fore we have purposely avoidetfl His general reception has beeafl splendid as the one which well ced—nothing but the live eagfeß evergreen arches make the difiß The Season —The heart ofal to rebound with gratitude and B present auspicious appearan«B Stable world. The whole country, from Maine to Ge>jl the Atlantic to the Mississippi the Pacific, smiles with pleofl perseverance of our farmers'll pletely triumphed over the n| the worm and the fly, and dll nature promises to reward tkß abundantly. ii The political season too is | ly auspicious. Tlie grievotl .of hydra-headed faction, the til mors of party political fend more to be heard in our landfl happiness and prosperity have I ed to war, discord and want, ■ nion...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 August 1817
Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 August 1817

NEW'OIILEASI notice TO STRa Persons emigrating to I intending to settle therein, ly requested to recollect that * shall hate -obtained a reside:'® 1 ble to an act of assembly p ssi March, 1816, they will be strangers and aliens, and c“ be debarred from the ehjoytl ny valuable privileges.

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
IHbTUE GENIUS OF LIBtRTT. OUESS WORK, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 August 1817

IHbTUE GENIUS OF LIBtRTT. OUESS WORK, 13rd guess, agreeably to the wptation among us Virginusively a Yankee word, ahbo’ from the Dutch word gasifies “to conjecture, to judge certain or positive grounds;” y to Stilling fleet, “to conjee ” Now, sir, lest some oi I ia literati should not fully I its meaning, 1 will be more stilting, (putting Johnson, Webster, Perry, &c- aside) kee word guess is synonyhe Virginia word reckon alien will doubtless bring dim the comprehension of woman and child, black, ellow in Virginia. Having as far, suffer me to make a he Yankee /thraisc in the few i which I,am about to make ng manners as they rise,” g always that 1 assert nothtl Ji although possibly I may S My. ee a young man, in the vig- , lounging about Taverns, »t the corners of streets, &c, a nseles member of society day become a mere vaga he has a rich father to sup‘ear a young man talk about rich wife without requiring >bd quality, I guess he has no *1 should be...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Wan between France and England. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 August 1817

Wan between France and England. The following account of wars between France and England, is taken from the Evangelical Magazine, printed in Lou don, Jan. 13. The left hand column gives the year in which the several wars commenced, from the year 1110 to 1813 —the right baud column gives the dura tion. War commenced, A. O. Years, 11 10 continued 2 1141 1 1161 35 1311 IS 1324 19 1394 5 1333 31 1368 53 1432 49 1493 “ Iro. 1613 3 ISIS 6 1649 1 1567 3 1563 i 1637 2 1665 1 1689 10 1702 11 1744 4 1755 7 1776 7 1793 9 1803 10 From this shocking account it appears that the number of wars was 34; that 260 year's of 700 were employed by these nu irons in butcheringoneanother; that from 1161 to 1471, a term of 310 years, 18b were spent in war: that from 1368 they were at war 191 years in 203—having a peace only of two years duration. If we add to this account the years that these nations were employed in war With other nations, or in civil wars in their respective dominions while a‘ peace with ...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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From the North American Review. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 August 1817

From the North American Review. Treatable to a letter from the Dey of Algiers to the president of the U. S. translated from the Arabic. [This curious specimen of the modem regal style of the east, was sent to as from the Mediterranean, by a gentleman who was at Algiers soon after the Dey’s letter was written and who was acquaint ed with our consul at that place. We can vouch therefore lor its genulneess, and the accuracy of the translation ] vV ith the aid and assistance of divinity and in the reign cl our sovereign, the asylum ol the world, powertul and great monarch, transactor of all good 'actions, the best of men, the shadow of God, Director of the Good Order, king of kings, supreme ruler of the world, emperor of the earth, dfaiulator of Alexander the Great, possessor ot great forces, sovereign of the two worlds and ot the seas, King ot Arabia and Persia, emperor, son of an emperor and conqueror, Mamood tv-au, (may God end his life with prosper:ty and his reign be everlasting an...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
GENERAL MISCELLANY. MOST,. ATROCIOUS MURDER'. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 August 1817

GENERAL MISCELLANY. MOST,. ATROCIOUS MURDER'. Philadelphia) July 28. A gentleman of the name of Hunter Hie ol the justices of the peace for Dela ■‘■are county, Penn, was shot in the back ■ ne day lasi week, while mounting his horse,ana expired in three days afterwards. He had been requested to draw ap a will lor a Mr. Worrell, (now dectas'cd) who had many relatives, but chose u> leave all his property to a little boy somewhat a stranger to the family—and die validity of the will was consequently questioned—the trial was to have taken place this week—and the cowardly villain who shot him, supposed it would be reversed by putting the principal witness out of the way. We forbear saying any more. A reward has been offered for the supposed murderer. Slavery —At a late session dfthe Supieme court oi Ohio, a habeas corpus was granted to enquire into the cause ol retaining a negro'&who was claimed as a slave by a man in Kentucky His honor Judge McLean expressed the fo...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 August 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 — 12 August 1817

Removal\ THE SUBSCRIBER has removed his SI OHE to thrhcuse lately occupied by Mr. James H. Hamilton, comer of King and Market streets, where he has just received' -son Baltimore, (in addi tion to his fi j-mer stock; the following articles, viz. Loaf & Brown Sugars, sup. quality, Green k White Coffee, Young Hyson 1 and V TEAS, Imperial J Mould & dipt Candles, West I. Spirits, French Brandy, * ■ , : Holland Gin, *■ Peach Brandy, Apple do. Old Whiskey, N. E. Bum, T ene rifle, "1 Port, j Lisbon, J* WINES, Malaga and | * Domestic J Rice, Race & Ground Ginger, Wooden Ware, Stone do. Cavendish tobacco, Ist quality, Spun do. do. Raisins, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts and Filberts. Blown & G. A. Salt. AL -S' Q. ■ A Few hundred pounds WHITE LEAD GROUND IN OIL, Together with a general assortment or CHINA, GLASS and QUEEN’S WARE, ALL of which will be sold at very re* duced prices for cash. K. BENTLEY. Leesbu rg, August 12.—tf. NOTICE v IS hereby given to...

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THfeWE€»SS, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 August 1817

THfeWE€»SS, From thf CMrUftaiCourier. RIFE’S LJKENpSS. Written in imitation qf the poetry <f the \7theentury-. . Life ia—lihat?' It is the shooting of a star, That gleams along the trackless air* And vanishes! almost ere seen to naught. And such is man—- • He shines and for a span, And is forgot. Life is—what? It is the vermeil of the rose. That blooms but till the bleak wind blows, [and rot . Then all entombed, in sweets doth fade And such it manlie struts in bravery, for a span, And is forgot. Life’is—what? It is a dew-drop of the morn, That quivering, bangs upon the thorn, Ifill, quail'd by sun-beams, ’tis no longer aught. , • And such is man— He’s steep’d in sorrow for a span, And melts, forgot. Life is—what? A stone whose fall doth circles make, On the smooth surface of the lake, Which .spread till one and all forsake the spot. And such is man—’Midst friends he revels for a span, And sinks, forgot. Life is—what? It is a bubble on the main, Rais’d by a little globe of...

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 — 12 August 1817
Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 August 1817

ALC^IfeiEWW.. It has long bcMUlt«wcd that the ing of Bulls. U not confined to the alone; in hi* letter to President Mi in relation to the late treaty with A the Dcy, speaking of the “Turkish tan," says May God end hit Itft prosperity and his reign be ever and gloriout.—Wat. Reg. When the ship is sunk, every knows how she might have been Weariness can snore upon the when sloth finds the downy pillov Sir H. has found, by differ! periments that by mixing 30 dr 30 of common magnesia with each po the worst flour, it will makh bread best quality.— yLort. fioji, [We greatly doubt whether this tion can be true to the extent sta When flour has been too long k* acidi is produced which the mai will certainly correct: but it willn> rect the other imperfections of the arising from incipient decomposit More processes go on in this than the mere production of aci< the acid alone is within the reach i Magnesia.—[Xlem. Erf*#.] * The learned are much occupi England examining a n...

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 — 12 August 1817

A. M V run oJtLt* THS following portion* of the . of the late colonel Thomas L. L< Coton: Ist. The MILL-LOT coropris Fifty-One Acre and a fraction, of which about 39 jj the lower or aouthern side ,of Goose and the remainder on the upper s This is a fine property. The miU 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 adjoinii above, containing about 300 Acres, it is bounded in part by Qoose cre« 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 Alexi road by Mr. Havener's shop and a ng the land of Ludwell Lee, Esq. 4th. Two lots nearly opposite to 1 Lee’s house one containing 170 an other 19$ acres. The Leesburg and Georgetown pi...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 12 August 1817

10th. At»y pta* |w pi troops ars or may be station, or.nsruitod within the aute Vania. lltb. At any place or p troops an or mar be station or recruited within the stab wan, Maryland sad the Dig lumbia. 13th. At any place or j troops are. or may be station or recruited within the state 13th. At any place or troops are or may be sU ‘ or recruited within thi Carolina. mh- At any place or p troops are or may be station or recruited Within the sta Carolina. l«h. At, Tyhecbarrack) kina, and fort Scott, and at place or .places where troops be stationed, marched or rec in the state of Georgia, in< part of the Creek’s land Win territorial limits of feid state A ration to consist of one one quarter of beef, or dues a pound of salted pork, eigh of bread or %ur, one gilfqf i or brandy, and at the rateo of salt, four quarts of vi Sounds of soap, and one pen alf of candles to every hum The prices of the several parts of the ration must be mentioned in the proposals, States reserve the ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 19 August 1817

HE GENIUS OF tlBEMPtf. ■ . * * •' 1 ■ * > • _» • f 1 * 1 « . t . V '* 1 A > ExjBLISHED BY SAMUEL B. T. CALDWELL, LEESBURG, Va. PROMULGATOR OF ifeE LAWS OF THE UNITEt) STATES? TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1817. 1.1.] [No. 32.

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