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LATER FROM AMELIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 September 1817

LATER FROM AMELIA. Baltimore, gAvc. 28. Intelligence of tht 14th inti has been received from lemsgyiina, which represent the aflairs of M’Gregor to be in a more prosperous state than we were led to imagine from the last previous advices- His force instead of being reduced to 10 men, as had been promulgated, never has been less than about a bun tired; and this defectibn» which was but momentary, was more than supplied by the arrival of the Patriots, of 16 guns, commodore. '1 ay lor. trom the Chesapeake, by which he received an accession of SQ7men. The ship Margaret, having on beard 400 men, was hourly ex pected from New York, on the arrival ot which it was the intention of M Gregor to push forward against St. Augustine, His naval force consisted, in addition to the Patriots, of .the brig Lerwick and the schooners Rebecca and Joseph. The Margaret, Which it will be recollected cleared out at New-York early in the present month, but was detained by the collector, and again sailed on the...

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From the Boatua Patriot, Jug. 21. VERY LATE FROM LAGUIRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 September 1817

From the Boatua Patriot , Jug. 21. VERY LATE FROM LAGUIRA. The schr. Attractive, capt. Bodom, ar. rived here- yesterday, in J<i days days from Lagliira. Capt B. states that the Royalists had got possession of part of the island oi'lWargarctta, but had lost a great number of their men. Gen. Morillo had sent to Laguira, a few diys previous to the departure of captain Bodom, for as many surgeons as could be obtained, but only I was found willing to go. Both parties continued to -treat their prisoners with extreme cruelty; such as are taken by them are generally put to death in any form the caprice of the commander may suggest. A few days before the Attractive sailed, a schr under the Danish flag arrived there, from Cumana. with several prisoners, of both sexes, among whom was a beautiful young female, sentenced to hav, both" ncv hands cut off’ lot having assisted hi making a Patriat flag!!.

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MISSION TO HAYTI. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 September 1817

MISSION TO HAYTI. The Congrett frigate capt. Moaiili arrived et Port au-Prince the 33d July, and landed Mr. Tyler, an agent of the Unit* I ed State*, to make inquiries respecting the execution of an American seaman, j there, charged with murder. The fact*; respecting this unhappy affair, we team ■ are these:-!'wo of Petion’s black soldiers | being on board an American vessel, and being suspected of purloining, the sailor ■ wastordered to turn them out of the ves* sel. In doing this he struck one of them on the head with a stave, as he was pas sing over the side of the vessel, which occasioned his fall into a boat along side, and his immediate death. The transac* tion created a great fermentation among the soldiers at Port-au-Prince; and the sailor was apprehended, tried by a court martial, convicted and Shot the same day. Several masters of, American vessels waited on Petion to expostulate with him on these summary measures, and to ce--quest that the sailor as a citizen of the Unite...

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/ HISTORY Of VIRGINIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 September 1817

/ HISTORY Of VIRGINIA. We have cast our eyes over the 4th voli of the History ot Virginia originally commenced by Mr. Burk, and continued by Messrs. Skelton, Jones and Louis H. G.rardm—the whole comprising ahistory of this state, from the settlement of the Colony down to the Surrender of Cornwallis, in 1781. The work is interesting to every man. particularly every Virginian—and is executed in a style calculated to do much justice to the subject. 1 he 4th vol. which has just issued from the press, is commenced by Mr. Jones; but, after a few pages, it is taken up by Mr. Girardin, who carries it on to the end. 1 he first volumes have been some time before the public—the last presents us with a variety of new and interesting facts, exhibited by the mascu line and enlightened pen of Mr. Girardin who “hows himself, throughout the able historian, and the enthusiastic friend of the cause of liberty. The whole comprises a history of a state, which, for size, for population, the achievements ...

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LEESBURG, VIRGIMJ, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 September 1817

LEESBURG , VIRGIMJ, GENIUS or LIBERTY. Tv&suav, Sep. 3. The author of Junim again. —An attempt has recently been made to fix these cele ■ brated letters on Burke, notwithstanding Mr. Woodfall’s testimony to the contrasty. A writer in the Alexandria Gazette has laboured, somewhat elaborately, to prove that Burke was not the author The following are among the persons who have coveted the distinguished honor, or had it coveted for them, of being the author.—Mr. Charles Lloyd, MrJohn Roberta, Mr. Samuel Dyer, Mi* 1 Wm. Gerrard Hamilton, Mr. Edmund Burke, Dr. Butler, Rev. Philip Rosenhagen, Major Gen. Charles Lee, Mr. John VV ilkcs, Mr. Hcgh Boyd, Mr. John Dunning, (lord Ashburton) Mr, Henry Flood and lord George Sackville; but Woodlall says “not one of theseyirefendere has ever had the smallest right tq the distinction which some o{ them have coveted.” In scanning the pretensions of the different claimants W oodlall has Biven lord Sackville the preference. Allost every year ...

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

GENERAL MISCELIj Bona/iarte’s Life by /limeelfJKi that Bonaparte is writing h| s positively announced. At tbtßi counts it was finished up to |iH| tian expedition—l he difficultlßi luring documents Irom hanolS land had suspended its ress at that era.—As far as |uH| every year makes a it may be expected, should ItHI allowed to appear, to extend tfli ten lirmted von. in i/uarro , „ w i|B| Philips, editor of the London ®B Magazine, alter ascertaining||H| Bonaparte now before (he pubßi a sheer fabrication, and concaHf work at which Bonaparte is rH| employed, from its close cunntfl| the eventful history of the timH| an object of high literary iiittnHl cd, in a letter to earl Bathurit,l| mission to communicate with Si ihori (thro* earl B.) with a V «B| publication. His lordship mg the medium of plication to tins effect, or ef aifH such a communication to gqH parte, or any of his course, the publication of thisyH not be expected unless a chaniH place, cither in the British its views.— -Wash...

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E of the UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 September 1817

E of the UNITED STATES. (flowing is a list of the senators nited States now in office, with ds when their tbrms of service re. 19. In 1831. In 1833. Chase, Ashmun, *Burrill, igget, Harbour, Claiborne, mention, Campbell, Crittenden, Haiti, *Dana, Dickenson borough, “Hanson, Eppes, ng, “Horsey, Morrill, cock, “Hunter, “Otis, con, Noble, Smith, rrow, Roberts, Stokes, rer, Buggies, '1 roup, t, Sanford, “Van Dyke, I'lor, “Tichenor, Williams, bot, Wilon. , 38—The state of Mississippi two more to the number. »rs. Ashmun, Burrill, Daggett ■ioldsborough, Hanson, Hdrsey King, Otis, Tichenor, and Van re federal members. am boat, the first which has been cted in Spain was launched at Se the 30 th of May, and named the erdinand.

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IE BANNS FORBIDDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 September 1817

IE BANNS FORBIDDEN. r >age is intended between AmerJBocracy and New England Fed • Whoever may know of any Bent or any sufficient cause why srties should not he joined in h lei them now speak, or forever eir peace*.’’ ' forbid the banns. do? T hen please to show cause.’ B and please your Reverence, the morally if not legally sufficient; it is no less t)«n absolute and irremow ble incompatibility.’ ‘But do yon not vak|or the abolition of party-spirit, and the restoration of general harmony?* Certainly; all the personal spirit of party; all pistoling, cudgelling, nose-pul* ling* abusive, slandering party spirit (such as that of *9B) is already pretty much at an end; Sc so much of that spirit as militates against goqd neighborhood I wish was entirely extirpated. As much socio/barmony as your reverence pleases; but n6 confounding of characters, no marrying. If we grasp at too much, we shall lose what we have got. If you would have the Parties peaceable, do not bring them too h...

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A FRRE-MASON's SIGJf. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 September 1817

A FRRE-MASON's SIGJf. ' In a town in the west of England, and kt an inn, where several people were sitting round the lire in a large kitchen through which there was a passage to other apartments in the house-ramong the company was a travelling woman and a tailor. In this inn there was a lodge of free and accepted masons held,.and it being lodge night, several, of the members passed through in their way to the lodge; this introduced observations on the principles of masonry and the occult signs by which masons could be known. The Woman said there was not so much mystery as people imagined; for she could shew the mason’s sign. “What,** said the tailor, “that of the free k accepted?*’ ‘ Yes” she replied, “and will hold a half crown bowl of punch, to be confirmed by any of the members you please to nominate ” “ Why,” said he, “a woman never was admitted and how is it possible vou could procure it?” “No matter for that,'* added she, * 1 will readily forfeit if Ido not establish the fact....

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VORTH-CAROLINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 September 1817

VORTH-CAROLINA. Commerce. —The following statement compiled from official accounts now in the possession of a mercantile house in Fayettville. As the establishment of a branch of the United States bank in this state, is yet under consideration, it is presumed these statements may be of valu?, as shewing at one view the relative commercial importance of the different towns in this state: Value of goods, wares and merchandise, of the growth, produce and manufacture, of the United States, exported to foreign ports from the state of North Carolina, during the year ending on the 30th September, 1816, viz. Wilmington, $1,061,113 Newbern, 84,381 Washington, 33,933 Edenton, T1,484 Camden, 12 982 Plymouth, 35,314 Ocracocke, 28,165 Total, 1,338,271 The above exported principally to G. Britain, British, Ficnch and Spanish W Indies. Valueof domestic produce shipped coastwise of the town of Wilmington, during the year ending bn 30th September, 1816, as taken from the manifests delivered at the c...

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OBJTUAR Y NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 September 1817

OBJTUAR Y NOTICE. *ln the midst of lift we ore in death. I Dim, very suddenly on the 29th ult; Mas. A. T. Chichester—much lamented by all who knew her.

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A PARTNER WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 September 1817

A PARTNER WANTED. edit i r^,he (Winchester, fa.) \KepubUcan Corut citation withe* to engage • partner in his printing establishment — He mil either ditpote of the half qfhit whale ettabUthment, or to a decided republican , he mil ditpote of that part which it denom--1 mated “ The Newspaper Office and Estab* Hthment ” > ' tfle editor it advancing to that period of life which requires more ease than a proper discharge of the dutiei qf his present a* vocation will admit qf, the object he hat tn view in wishing to procure a partner ts to lesson, in some measure, the burden of his business, which he finds to be essential to the continuance if hit health. - /raorrfw/o give gentlemen, who may feel disputed to embarkinsuch an undertake irtg some correct ideas if the business, situatton and profits of the establishment, it is deemed.proper to observe, that the office is completely calculated andfurnished with all the necessary materials (of an excellent quality, including a comple...

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

MUSIC PRINTING executed in style, with, despatch, and on reasonable and accomodating terms, at the office of the Republican Constellation. A line to the editor on the above subject, post paid,.shall be promptly attended to. *** Editors, friendly to the editor of this paper, through the' United States, will confer a favor on him by giving the above a few insertions, which shall,be reciprocated with pleasure inunt Ja ly oh application.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 September 1817

OYes! OYes!! OYes!!! KNOW TE THAT ANDREW MONROE, Late town-sergeant for the corporation of Leesburg, having abandoned all dissipated habits, and intending to live a serious, sober and upright life hereafter and to pursue a course of conduct that shall entitle him to the confidence of his friends and fellow citizens, has been legally authorised to transact the business of an auctioneer in this town and county. He tenders his cervices to the public in the above line. Leesburg, Sept. 2. / PUBLIC SALE. WILL be offered at public sale, on Saturday the 13th inst if not previously disposed of at private sale, the HOUSE AND LOT * .at present occupied by Mandley T. Rust, together with a half acre lot of ground, inclosed and set in clover, lying between the lots of Sami. Clapham and Thos. K. Mott. The terms.will be made known on the day of sale, which will be accommodating; notice will he given by the crycr of the hour and place ofsale. PRESLEY SAUNDERS. September 3.—tds. f - ■ Loudoun Land fo...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 September 1817

Removal\ THE SUBSCRIBER has removed his STORE to the h'ouse lately occupied by Mr. James H. Hamilton, corner of King and Market streets, where he has justrereived from Baltimore, (in addi tion to his former stock) the following articles, viz: Loaf & Brown Sugars, sup. quality, Green k White Coffee, Yount* Hyson Imperial Mould Sc dipt Candles, West i. Spirits, French Brandy, Holland Gin, Peach Brandy, Apple doOld Whiskey, N. E. Rum, Tcncriffe, T Lisbon,, ' WINES, Malaga and I Domestic J Rice, Race Sc Ground Ginger, Wooden Ware, Stone do. Cavendish tobacco, Ist quality, Spun do. do. Raisins, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts aad Filberts. Blown Sc G. A. Salt. f —ALSO— A Few hundred pounds WHITE LEAD GROUND IN . Together with a {general assortment CHINA, GLASS and QUEEN’S WARE, ALL of which will be sold at very jp* duced prices for casb. R. BENTLEY. Leesburg, August 12.—if. and TEASi Port, OIL, APPRENTICE’S INDENTURES FOR SALE ATTHIB OFFI<£.

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THE HE.CESB. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 September 1817

THE HE.CESB. HI • • . , . Thcfollowing admirable stanzas are cop- • led from Maxwell’s poema. RESOLUTION. I say to my heart it is time To leave off the follies at la&t;| For past is thy flourishing prime, Thy flourishing prime—it is past! And chang’d are the fanciful skies, Once rosy with love and desire, Yon Star and these shadows that rise—They say it is retire? Love charm’d me awhile to her bower As blooming as bower could be, Where beauty, with magical power, Sat smiling—too lovely, for me. 1 gaz'd on her languishing eye, And felt the wild tKfob of her breast, But she left me, she left me to sigh, And what bad become of my rest? Next Pleasure seduc’d with her song, Her song was too sweet for my ear. Unheeding I mix’d with the throng, Too merry to think or to fear: She gave and 1 drank of her bowl, Nor knew what was lurking within; ’Twas madness, ’twas death to my soul; The chalice was poisoned with sin. Then feme blew her trumpet aloud,■ And my heart heat to arms at ...

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from the Letter Bex qf Solomon Scriibier, ear. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 September 1817

from the Letter Bex qf Solomon Scriibier, ear. Dear Mr. we 80 many opinion* which obtain very gen* era! credit) that you and 1 shall not be jtble to set the world right upon a|l point!) however earnestly we wish and labor to do so; nevertheless! as I am ve* ry ambitious “to serVe my country,” I am determined, when a gross error falls in my way, to attack it with all my might. For sometime past 1 have not .been able to pop my head into a news* paper, or pay a morning visit to a friend, without meeting with doleful declama* tions, ‘every thing is so scarce!’ Now, sir, 1 do aver that the complaint is for the most part groundless. True it. is that we have a scarcity of money, a scar, city of news from abroad, and a scarcity of good people at home. But then how many things are abounding 8c overflowing amongst us—We have plenty of room in our churches, plenty of people to visit the Theatre, plenty of young ladies of age to be married, and plenty of young gentlemen very ready to marry them...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 September 1817

Valuable Landed Proper FOR &HUS THE following portion* of the < of the late colonel Thomas L. Lc Cotons Ist. The MILL-LOTcompria Fifty* One Acre and a fraction, of .which about 39 li the lower or southern of Goose and the remainder on tqe 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. Prdduo be brought to the mill in boats with case, and flour taken from it to G< Town for fifty dents per barrel, town of Leesburg is 3 or 4 miles 3d. A LOT of LAND adjoinin above, containing about 560 Acres, it is bounded in part by Goose crec the Potomack ,is of a good soil an< suited to the improved system of ing. It contains from 60 to SO aci rich bottom 3d. A LOT containing about 208 Acres, ly ing 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 oth...

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