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

. 9th. At any plan or places where troops are or maylfreuaoned, marched or recruited within the state of New* Y:Orh SfßUth of the Highlands, including West-point andwithp the state of New At any place at places where, troops areornwy be stationed, marched or recruited within the state of Pennsylvania. Ilth, At any (dace or places where troops are dr may be stationed, marched recruited within the states of Dels* Ware, Maryland and the District of Co* lumbia. 19th. At any place or places where troops arc or may be stationed, marched or recniited withinthe state of Virginia. 13th, At abyplace or places where troops ate or may be stationA, marched or recruited within the atate of North* Carolina. Mth. At any place or places where troops are or may be Stationed, marched or recruited within the state of South* Cnrolina. Ilth. ■ At Tybee buracfcs, fort Haw* bins and fort. Scott, Jpd at* any other place or places wher Aroops are or may be stationed, marched or recruited, with, in the stete ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 2 September 1817

T«k subscriber wi*b«ito a lying on the old turnpike' i die) containing about 100 Acre 60 of which are under imu There is a good dwelling I nine, an orchard, a good The whole farm is wellmUpy clover and plaister system ofj M farm containing; 75 Acres, all under improvement and m j For further particulars apply JjJf W«. Near Aldib, ) August 19*—St. 5 Notice. Was committed as a runarm 1 jail of this county on the latk ,J 1817, a black man who cslli] James or JAMES WAU about five feet 8 or 9 inches black complexion, thick lips, | part of his upper teeth go several scars on him; bo has i his hose betwixt bis eyes, &. a h on his breast and several oti his body. The said negro is ty years of sge, the owner of i is requested to come and prove! pay charges and take him awq wise he will be {dealt with as j directs. EDWARD HAMMATj Leesburg, Loudoun co. August 19,—tf. i T Bussely Tailor and Habit-Ma RETURNS his unfeigned thi citizens of Leesburg and its vied their very liberal patro...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 September 1817

HE GENIUS OF LIBERTY. BUSHED BY SAMUEL B.T. CALDWELL, LEESBURG, Va. PROMULGATOR OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. 1.1 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9,1817. [No. 35.

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0 ND IT JO NS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 September 1817

0 ND IT JO NS. ;»hius of Libebtt will be once a week on good medium VVO DOLLARS per annum, , advance, or TWO DOLI FIFTY CENTS, if not paid expiration of the year. No be discontinued until arrearpaid, except at the discretion or. r isxME»T» will be inserted in lo us manner, at one dollar per the three first insertions, and , ce „ts for each additional inser,se who send in their advertise--1 please to mention how often them inserted, otherwise they itinued until forbid, and charg ngiycommunications and letters on u t ie—fOST FAID,

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A PARTNER WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 September 1817

A PARTNER WANTED. THE editor of the ( Winchester, Va.) \ Republican Constellation wishes to engage a partner in h's printing establishment Be will ehher dispose oj ihehtUJ ojnts whole establishment, or to a decided republican, he will dispose oj that part which is denominated “ hie Newspaper Ofpce and Estab • lishment,” As the editor is advancing to that period of Ufe which requires more ease than a proper discharge oj the duties of his present avocation will admit oj , the object he has in view in wishing to procure a partner is to lesson, in some measure, the burden of his business, which he fndsto be essential to j the continuance oj his health. In order to give gentlemen, who may I feel disposed to embark in such an undertaking some correct ideas oj the business, situ alion and profits J ihe establishment, it is deemedproper to observe, that the office is completely calculated and furnished with alt the necessary materials (of an excellent quality, including a complete new fount...

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MUSIC PRINTING [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 September 1817

MUSIC PRINTING executed in style, with despatch, and on reasonable and accomodating ter . 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 tht abo\e a lew insertions, which shall bt reciprocated with pleasure immediately on application.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 September 1817

In giving place to the following short essay from the Mew-Hampshire Pat* riot, we may be accused,ol a desire to keep alive the sparks ot party preju. dice which many suppose were nearly extinguished—but not so. We would sooner throw cold water upon the coals than fuel if there were any prospect ol extinguishing the fire, which still burns within and which will be fanned into a flame by the first political breeze that watts through our horizon. If a union of parties has taken place, it is now a proper time to enquire now ana upon what terms. Are we all l ederahsts or all Republicans i Have we united upon federal or upon republican grounds ? In strictly making this enquiry there is great grounu to fear that there is not in fact an amalgamation of parties.— The same prejudices—the same predilections for aristocrat)— the same hatred of Democracy—the same spirit of republican opposition it is feared still exists. If so, then there is no re» al union. The determined enemies of every thing...

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AMALGAMATION OF PARTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 September 1817

AMALGAMATION OF PARTIES. While it is pleasant to observe tlu storm hushed & the din of party name and party bickerings cease, it would bt much more pleasant to be able to sa> that both parties had united on the same platform—that both revered the sain* principles—that both were in pursuit 01 the same objects Why has party as perily ceased? Because the cause o! the country has triumphed and its ene mics have been covered with shame S-, confusion of face. Why does opposi tion no longer raise her crest ? Because ■ippositinn has not only been foiled bu' disgraced—doubly disgraced in the mode and manner of her attack—si deeply disgraced that she is obliged to wait for new opportunities and to assume new ground in order to secure a ny color of a prospect of success. But has the opposition, has the federal oraristocralic party changed its principles' Has that party thrown off its prediler tions for a “strong government?”—ha' it lost any of its tender sympathies for “...

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THE IRISH EMIGRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 September 1817

THE IRISH EMIGRANT. I’cdn in the courtly of affliction; his days v ere day of sorrow. He tilled tl e soil of his fathers, and was an alien in their lard, fie tasted not of the fmi.s which grew hy the sweat of his brow.He fed a foriegn landlord, whose face he never saw. and a minister oi the gospel, whose name he hardly knew ; ar. unfeeling bailiff was his tyrant, and the taxgatherer his oppressor. Hunted by unrighteous magistrates, and punished hy unjust judges. The soldier devoured his substance and laughed his complaints to scorn. He toiled the hopeless day, and at night lay down in weariness. Yet noble he was of heart, though Irs estate was lowly. His cottage was open to the poor. He brake his chilclien’s bread, and ate of it sparingly, that the Jmngiy might have share. He welcomed the benighted traveller, and rose with the stars of the morning to put bin on his way. But his soul repined within him, and he sought relief in change. He had heard of a land where the poor were in pea...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 September 1817

0 Yes!! O Yes!!! Know ve that )REW MONROE, j.sergeanl for the corporation Irg, having abandoned ali dissiIts, and intending to live a seri- } and upright life hereafter and |a course of conduct that shall i to the confidence of his friends [citizens, has been legally aui transact the business of an lin this town and county. He i services to the public in the j, Sept. 2, PUBLIC SALE. Ibe offered at public sale, on Itbe 13th inst if not previously pf at private sale, the )USE JLVD LOT I occupied by Mandley T. Rust, kith a half acre lot of ground Ind set in clover, lying between ■ Sami. Clapham and Vhos. H ■he terms will be made known y of sale, which will be acconi S notice will be given by the cripiour and place of sale. PRESLEY SAUNDERS, liber 2.—ids. tdoun Land for Sale. litue of a deed of trust from .lonian Carter to the subscribers, late the 26th day of May 1813, (recorded in me office of i.ou|uty, wilt be exposed at public Te premises, on tbe first day ol £*’ ~e* t a tract of la...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 September 1817

Niles’ Weedy Register. THIS work has been published at Baltimore since September, 1811—lb character is well known. Complete files from the beginning may be had otr the terms sta'ed 1 below. The 12 volumes, just, now finished, complete a new series; & the first No. of the volume which com mences on the 30th of August 1817, is well fitted for new subscribers to begii with—as they may have a full & perfect work so long as they please to continue to receive it. terms oe the W El* Kl Y REGISTLI ve dollars per annum, payable in advance. Com/ilete files-will costtot the 6 years, oi 12 vols. to Sept. 1817. at g5, - . 30 extra supplements to vols, 5, 7, 8, £c 9, - gl 4 834 For these volumes a general index is intended to be published, and will cost g3. A volume of revolutionary speeches, orations & papers is also designed: not immediately connected with the Register, but to have the same form and appearance 8c to constitute a valuable appendage to it. The ...

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VALUABLE HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 September 1817

VALUABLE HINTS. A young man of good character, sets up in business with a moderate capital, and a good deal of credit; and soon after marries a young woman, with whom he gets a little ready money, and good expectations on the death of a father, mother, Uncle or aunt. In two or three years he finds that his business increases; but his own health, or his wife’s, or his child s, makes it necessary for him to take lodgings in the country Lodgings are soon found to be inconvenient, and for a very small additional expense he might have a snug little box of his own. A snug little box is taken, repaired, new-modelled, and furnished. Here he always spends his Sundays, and commonly carries a friend or two with him, just to eat a bit of mutton, and to see how comfortable he is situated in the country. Visitors of this sort are not wanting. One is invited because he is a customer, another because he may assist him in his business, a third because he is a relation of his own or his wife s, a fou...

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Extract!from London jia/ien. PLAGUE AT ALGIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 September 1817

Extract! from London jia/ien. PLAGUE AT ALGIERS. A letter from Gibraltar, dated June 18, recieved at Lloyd’s London, says—intelligence has been received from Algiers, stating that many are sick in that place. People who were all day in their shops, in good health, when they retire home at night after supper, make a convulsive cry and remain dead. Moors walking in the streets suddenly die. It is said to be the plague. A steam boat has been invented in France by a Mr Humphrey, on a principle which renders explosion impossible. This vessel carries passengers between Berlin and Charlottensberg. A horrid murder has been committed in Lisbon which excited much interest. A Portuguese officer having drawn his sword on one of his sisters on the interference of his mother cut down and stabbed the latter through the heart. The unfortunate object of his first attack was also desperately wounded; and the other sister, in attempting her escape from the chamber where this tragedy was performing was...

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WEALTH AND RESOftJ S. AMERICA^ [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 September 1817

WEALTH AND RESOftJ S. AMERICA^ Extract of a Utter/toman in ManchtHer, dated “The interest excited by Jm, from South America as it us to consider the influence aB tant events which are pasgjn.B likely to produce in other eJLB render some accounts of theJß resources of those vast region® ble. The following psrticQ| t|| l from official sources, will n, ■ be found destitute of interest,"B the period of their total e«r. lnr ß already arrived, or whether™ plishment will require a more J struggle, is uncertain, but noS any longer be entertained o |B success of the insurgents; wj, tg 9 est field ever presented to S speculation will be found in B abounding with the most pre B ductions of the earth, interuß noblest rivers, and filled withS fering at once facilities atdpß navigation, yet where the coB rivedjfrom arts and manufacß not be produced but from lonJ In such a country, whatever J prejudice or hostility might B rulers destined to sway its terfl enforce, or however unceruisj carious its...

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LATE FROM AMELIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 September 1817

LATE FROM AMELIA. GENIUS OF LIBERTY, TUESDAY, BEPT , 9. By a letter dated Fcrnandina, Aug. 25 to the editor of the Charleston City Gazette, we learn that the situation ol M’Gregor has been grossly misrepresented. The reports that his forces have been thinned by desertion and disease are said to be entirely groundless. The writer says the whole number teat have deserted amounts to about one dozen. Equally false, he says, are the reports of depredations being committed on the inhabitants. Ihe forces are represented as healthy ano contented and only want an opportunity to prove their courage and bravery. A paper currency is established .—also a printing press from which proclamations, &c, are issued. To show the effect that dissertipn, Ac. has upon the forces, the writer says, “at the surrender of this place, our force amounted to 74 in number, this day at 10 o’clock, we have 150 fit foi duty, sufficient for any force which can come against us from Augustine and its depende...

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ROAP TO NEW ORLEANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 September 1817

ROAP TO NEW ORLEANS. w e'understand that thiee companies of C. States troops are employed in opening a road laid ofl from Maury coun* ty line to Madi»pnvjlle, opposite to N. Orleans, which road, it is saio, will save about one fourth ol tjie distance travelled in the old toad iron. Nashville to N. Orleans; and it pastes over much better ground. ft crosses the lennessee river at the mouth of ( ypress creek, at a little below the foot ol the Muscle shoals. T his road passing through considerable part ol the Lotted States lam. will increase the value of it very much. Clarion, Xing 0 harks 2d. This monarch one morning beheld a well dressed man standing ar the pillory and asked what he hso teen guilty oi to be placed in such an igneminious situation: his majesty was inlormed that the culprit had written sen.e severe libels against the ministry.—“V hat a ftoklht fellow was,” said the king; “why did he not write them aflhinst me! noone would then have taken noticp of him.’’ IF- J.I a good ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 September 1817

MIDDLETOWN RACES. Will be run for, on Wednesday the 10th of September next, over a handsome course adjoining Middle-town, A Purse of 80 Dollars, Free for any horse, mare or gelding carrying weight agreeably to the rules of racing-running four rounds to the heat and repeat. On Thursday the Wth of September, will be run for, over the tame count. A Purse of 40 Dollars. Free as above tjie winning horse the pre ceding day excepted; running tworounds to the heat and repeat, ' Qn Friday the Mth tf September, will be run for A Purse of 60 dollars, Free m above, the winning horses the preceding days excepted—carrying catches and running three rounds to the heat and repeat. Four bourses to enter each day or no racje—Horses to be entered the day preceding each race or pay 4ouhte la the poll. WILLIAM PERRY. JOS. shaw?n, September >,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 September 1817

Oak-Land Farm for Sa THIS farm is situated on the road leading fum Hay-Market to cricksburg and is twenty two mile the latter place, containing 750 Acres; there is a good reserve of Woo (say SCO acres) ami several never: springs, with branches running th the land to produce water for stock soil in its oiiginai state was very but some pan p| it has been rathe: pushed; hoy ever li cp asn ail trii has beet n ade it is ft ui o to be v dapted to clover arc plaister, takei pure kindly and holdsa good coat-* ty years cultivated in corn and whi ternatcly and the tl no year in pi which aflerda no rest. 1 have eri| the hy-piool wheat for seeding a gentleman ol veracity, who will o the pute grain, ano as it is desirabl the purchaser ol the iano sheuit with it the growing crop of corn fc Wheat, Loth ot which shall be had leasonablc price, he can go to at by the middle cl bepun bei and Complete possession by the midc t. etcher. 'I hut fere the earlier th plication the better. 'lhe building: from...

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