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LATE FROM AMELIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 August 1817

LATE FROM AMELIA. NEW-TOftK, AUG. 11. By tlje brig commodore Decatur, capt. Dugan, in five days from Amelia island, we learn, that on the night before he sailed the Spaniards began to storm that place about 11 o’clock, and kept up a brisk fire of musketry and some six pounders. General M’Gregor’s force was about 300 men. On the morning the firing ceased and the Patriot flag was still flying, but the final result was not known, when the brig got under weigh.

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
LEESBURG, VIHGIMA, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 August 1817

LEESBURG, VIHGIMA, &ENIUB "LIBERTY. Tuesday, Aug. 36. By the latest advices it - appears that the expedition ofM’Gregor had nearly come to its catastrophe , as his force had been reduced to 10 or 15 effectives—his judge of admiralty, John D. Heath,esq had deserted him. We are sorry tq say the prospects of the Mexican patriots are gloomy. The favorable appearance of the harvest in England has caused a rapid decline in the price of bread—wheat fell fifteen shillings per quarter in one day and continued to decline in price. ThePtesident, accompanied by general Brown, arrived<it fort Niagara, in the U. S. sloop Jones on the Bth inst. from Sackett’s Harbor, whence he proceeded to Buffalo, where, after receiving the usual testimonials of respect, he embarked on board the U. S. sloop Porcpuine for Detroit. Mr. John Quincey Adams left New York on the 15th instant, on a visit to his private residence in Massachusetts and to his venerable father, previously to entering ...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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UNPARALLED SAILING. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 August 1817

UNPARALLED SAILING. The ship Pacific, capt. John Williams on her recent passage from this port to Liverpool, arrived on the coast of Ireland in twelve days and a halffrom New York. It is an average of two hundred and sixteen miles per day—-and it is probably the first time that the Atlantic Ocean has ever been crossed from those points in so short a period. During 9 of those days he sailed at the rate of two hundred 8c forty five miles per day 1 JV, Y, Com, Mv.

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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[FROM THE XONSOH TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 August 1817

[FROM THE XONSOH TIMES.] SlR—Reading an account of the dreadul effects of the oxide of copper on two servants of lord Roscommon, produced by eating fruit stewed in a copper pm* 1 feel much pleasure in stating for the benefit of mankind, that whilst in private practice, I frequently witnessed many mineral poisons, technically called oxide, whether of copper or arsenic, are taker, inwardly; that one table spoonful of powdered charcoal is * a complete antidote, mixed with honey, butter or treacle, taken immediately: within two hours, administer either an emetic or cathartic; in this case, the effect of the poison is prevented. By administering charcoal, a chemical decomposition takes place in the stomach, the oxygen unites with the carbon, and the copper or arsenic regains metallic properties, in which state it is perfectly harmless. F. C. D. Seasonable Recipes. The following receipt for the cure of the Disentery has the attestation of thousands ofits efficacy:— “One ounce of Castor Oi...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 August 1817
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 August 1817

Goods to be Sold for Cash. The Subscriber, wishing to raise some money immediately, will dispose of a quanty of - Store Goods, by wholesale or retail, to the highest bidder, for CASH, at his store near Beaverdam Bridge, on Saturday 30th inst. Good bargains may be expected and he aUo proposes to have a like sale every Saturday following until he gets his purpose answered. DAXi. BROWN, August 23.—tf. Removal THE SUBSCRIBER has removed his STOKE to the house lately occupied by Mr. James H. Hamilton, corner of Ring and Market streets, where he has just received ebon Baltimore, (it. addi tion to his former stork) the following articles, viz: Loaf & Brown Sugars, sup. quality, Green & M hite Coflte, Young Hyson ) and I TEAS, Imperial J Mould & dipt Candles, West 1. Spirits, i French Brandy, Holland Gin, Peach Brandy, : > Apple do. Old Whiskey, N. £. Rum, Teneriffe, Port, Lisbon, Malaga and Domestic Rice, Race St Ground Ginger, Wooden Ware, St...

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THE BB C ESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 August 1817

THE BB C ESS. An Orphan Girl’s Reflection. While other children I behold Sportive andßay in gambol’s wild, 1 weep and sign when I am told, ••Poor girt, thou art an orphan child." No mother’s kiss—-no Father’s smile Has e’er my infant woes beguil’d; They’re dead and 1 am left awhile, To weep, a helpless orphan child. Why am I doomed the storm to brave, Prom all a parents love exil’d, I’d rather seek an early grave, Than live—a friendless orphan child. tfo hand my wanderings to reclaim, ’Mid scenes of infamy beguil’d. How may 1 sink o’erwhelm'd with shame A lost abandon'd orphan child, Yet stay forbear my heart to break? On me one beam of joy has smil’d, I’ve heard that CoS will ne’er forsake The poor deserted orphan child. Will he at whose Almighty voice Creation rose from chaos wild; With smiles and tenderness rejoice The heart of a poor orphan child. O yes! he sweetly whispers peace, Soft are his words, his accents mild Pie bids me live'—he calls me his, O happy, happy orphan child...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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ANEfcOOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 August 1817

ANEfcOOTES. During the late war a British Peacock ' was so severely stung by an American Hornet that he died in fifteen minutes afterwards of his wounds-and what is still more strange but equally true—shortly afterwards a British Hein-Deer, was so completely drowned by an American IVa*/ 1, that not even the tip end of his ears or tail were to be seen 30 minutes after the IVatfi engaged him. Arrived from England at the port o f the U. S. the American Revenue cutter General Brown; brings information that the British claim the victory at Ncw-Or» leans over General Jackson, on the Bth Jan. 18is; and states as evidence of it, that 3,500, of his majesty’s men kept the ground, and deposited their bones on the sjiot as a monument to after ages that they kept Xhejield, PLATTSBURG.

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Source: Library of Virginia
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How Lorbnzo raised the Devil. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 August 1817

How Lorbnzo raised the Devil. A few years since whilst the famous Lorenzo Dow was travelling through a certain state, he came to a solitary house in the woods, and asked for lodging during the night. The woman of the house reluctantly consented; (her husband being absent and not being expected home that night.) Lorenzo got his supper, attended family worship & went to bed in a room adjoining the one where the woman was, and sepaiated from it by a rough partition with large cracks between the boards. Lorenzo could not get to sleep, and therefore lay in a wakeful posture for some hours.—About midnight he heard u gentle tap at the door, which the woman opened to a sturdy looking fellow, who-it seemed was the lady s paramour, whispered to him that Lorenzo was in thenexlroom, & he must speakvery low for fear of awaking him, The lovers sat up a while conversing together and then retired to bed. In the course of an hour the husband unexpectedly began tolhun der at t...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 August 1817
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 August 1817

Jin Improved Farm for Sale. HPHE Subscriber will sell his farm, Lawnville, lying in the county of Prince-William, within two miles of the road leading from Leesburg to Fauquier Court-House, containing between 5 600 Acres. nil of which has been highly plaistered and clovered for many years, and is now all in clover with the exception ot the land in cultivation. This desirable form is situated between the two large western turnpike roads leading from Washington and Alexandria, about three miles from the one and five from the other and distant from 30 to 33 miles from those cities The healthy situation, fertility of soil, agreable and genteel society, renders it one of the most desirable pieces of property ever offered for sale, in our part of the country. There is on this farm every thing a former could wish— The dwelling house is indifferent, but all the others are as good as could be wished. It has on it an excellent and commodious bam, the largest and best in the county—stables cap...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 August 1817

Valuable Landed Propel THE following portions of the t of the late colonel Thomas L. Lc Coton: lit.' The MILL*LOT eompria Fifty-One Acre l and a fraction, of which about 39 li the lower or southern side of Goose and the remainder on the upper si This is a fine property. The mill i at the mouth of Goose creek, the j of water abundant, and the country is a great wheat country. Product be brought to the mill in boats with ease, and flour taken from it to Gc Town for fifty cents per barrel, town of Leesburg is 3 or 4 miles i it. . 3d. A LOT of LAND adjoinir above, containing about 360 Acres , it is bounded in part by Goose cree the Potomack ,is of a good soil aitt suited to the improved system of I ing. It contains from 60 to 80 acr rich bottom 3d. A LOT containing about 208 Acres } lying on the east side of the Alexa road by Mr. Havener’s shop and at ng the land of Ludwell Lee, Esq. 4th. Two lots nearly opposite to hi Lee’s house one containing 170 anc other 135 acres. The Leesburg and...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 26 August 1817

10th. Atny p . troops are oi'idst be or recruited witblta the s vania. * 11th. At any place or troops are or may be stati or recruited within the st a ware, Maryland and the Di lumbia. 13th. At any place or „„ troops are or may be station*,! or recruited within the state of 13th. At any place orp| { troops are or may be station, or recruited within the state Carolina. 14 th. At any place or troops are or ipay be stati or recruited Wnhin the state Carolina. 15th. At Tybee barracks, kins and fort Scott, and at place or places where troops a be stationed, marched or rec in theHtate of Georgia, inch part of the Creek’s land lying territorial limits of said state/ A ration to consist of one one quarter of beef, or three a pound of salted pork, eight,., of bread or flour, one gill of rum or brandy, and at the rate of of salt, four quarts of vi pounds of soap, and one half of candles to every bund The prices of the several parts of the ration must be mentioned in the proposals, States rese...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 September 1817

HBGENroSWMBERTf. nj|[ISHED BY SAMUEL B. T. CALDWELL, LEESBURG, Va. PROMULGATOR OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. S.lO TUESQJY, SEPTEMBER 3,161 7. [No. 34.

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VqXD ITIO JVS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 September 1817

VqXD ITIO JVS. G**ius or LibMtt will be [once a week on good medium [TWO DOLLARS per annum, L advance, or TWO DOLu FIFTY CENTS, if not paid L expiration of the year. No [l be discontinued until arrearpaid, except at the discretion [tor. * [ Tl ssmixts will be inserted in Lous manner, at one dollar per L three first insertions, and L C enta for each additional inscribe w ho send in their advertise111 please to mention ho* often [ then inserted, otherwise they Ltinneti until forbid, and charg Engly. k communication* and Utter* on L,, he—POST PAID.

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from the JV. Hampehxre Patriot. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 September 1817

from the JV. Hampehxre Patriot. AMERICA and GREAT BRITAIN. O* a view of the situation of these U. States at the present moment,contraslcd with that of Great Britain, host much do we find to raise the ptide 01 republicans—how much to depress the advocates for monarchy. On the one hand we behold a government cmanating from the people, whose great object is the prosperity of that people, and imparting a full ilow of happiness thro' every vein of the body politic: on the other hand we behold a monarchy, a hereditary succession of kings and Peers, whose great object is the perpetuation oP their own ill-gotten power, the starvation and misery of the people so that the king and his retinue of gobies may riot in luxury. Hire we may see 'men selected for office whose high, est claim is their intrinsic merit, their capacity to fill the offices usefully and honorably! there we see men placed in high stations because they happen to be born of a particular family, whether drunkards, debauchees o...

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I FORE 1 G N. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 September 1817

I FORE 1 G N. J FROM ENGLAND. From the Chronic*! and Patriot Extra , • Bouton, Aug. 19. , By the Martha, arrived at this port this morning in 37 days from Liverpool we have received Bell’s London Messenger to the 6th July, and are indebted to Mr. Hooper, keeper of the Exchange Coffee House Books for other London papers to the 7thi and Liverpool to the 9th. Parliament is expected to be prorogue ed on the 16th inst. There will be no dissolution this year. A bill has been brought into Parlia*. ment for limiting the circulation of bank tokens and dollars to the 35th of March next. The, proclamation for issuing the new Sovereigns was signed on Wednesday. The old guineas of full weight are still to remain in circulation. The right hop. George Ponsonby,has been attacked with a paralytic, while in the house of commons; an.d, it is feared he will lose the use of one side,. The frame breaking bill, by Which death was inflicted on the offenders, but which was sometime since changed to transpor...

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

te Dollars Reward. ay from the subscriber some* it the last of June, an apprentice bjfric smith business, named Balaam Smith, sen years old, very large bf h» in when he absconded nankeen i,e fur hat about half worn, Strt of his clothing recollected, e reward will be given if said en and brought home. y4orwam all persons from har•mployihg said boy, as in that irticularly I shall deal as the s. JAMES COCHRAN, Jr. 19—St. mm >■— l—i 1 ■ 1 üblick Sale. übscriber being desirous of re the westward, will on the 30tl< tember next sell at public sale, imises, that SUABLE FARM he resides in Loudoun county ining about one hundred and :ret. sd is situated within ten miles rg and fifty of Georgetown and ““The quality is considered and it is admitjtbly watered and n a high state of cultivation aiid roved, with every necessary attached to it is a good distille* etely fixed for business. A ute description is thought un- • aame time and place will be w, Cattle, Sheep, Hogs, uten...

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Extract of a Utter to the Editor* qf the Baltimpre American, dated [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 September 1817

Extract of a Utter to the Editor* qf the Baltimpre American, dated New-Orleans, July 19. The Mexican private armed schooner Hotspur, commanded by lieut. Kapp, of the U. States navy, and owned in this city, has returned from a cruize in the gulph of Mexico. “The Hotspur had a severe engagement near the Havana with the Cassadore, Spanish government brig, (late the Chasseur of Baltimore) and was beaten off with the loss of twenty-five men killed, and all her standing 8t running rigging shot away. “The Hotspur came to an anchor at the Balize, where she landed sixteen of iier wourded officers and men, who were in a clreadlul state. She will have -to proceed to Galvestown to refit, the Spanish consul here having' determined to •seize her.

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