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THE RE CESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 September 1817
THE RE CESS. DIFFERENT VIEWS OF THE “INN OF PEACE.” This is the rendezvous of all The trifling sons of mirth; Here the frail heirs of Adam fall) And mingle into earth. Here shall sorrow cease to be, Afflictioi s all shall cease; Cut Hot exchang’d for shorts and glee— This is the inn of peace. Nor here shall friendship’s holy light, Give brilliance to the eyes— No, nor shall serpent slanders bite Bid indignation rise. No noisy joy, no rude debate, No contests enter here No sports of love, no venom'd hate, No smile, no sigh, no tear. These thoughts a mix’d sensation give, That doubly pains the breast: It makes us dread to cease to live, Yet long to be at rest.
To the editor of the Richmond Compiler. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 September 1817
To the editor of the Richmond Compiler . Sin—-Having read in your paper the sentiments of a young lady on matrimony, which she hope* will entitle her to a situation amongst those of her sex win m she is pleased to style “happy goddesses.” I beg you will transmit through the same medium those lines, which 1 trust will procure me a place amongst those of mine whom 1 shall leave, with equal propriety,-to denominate “happy gods.” / VV] SENTIMENTS. * Ido not I, ve a won an oag, Or short, or round, or weak or strong, I much abhor a woman gross, '1 he more she’s slender, less the loss, In muslins, tapes and lace of worth, Silk stockings, garters and so lorth; A woman fair is ever proud, A woman black, as in a cloud, VV ith thunder threatens, and in vain She hears her par&gt;a moor complain; A sober woman i’ll ne’er take. She’s sure “at heart to be a rase.” \oung women’s tongues foiever jar. Old women’s tongues no man can bear, A woman wise wiio’er let’s pass Must be a fool, for now...
FROM THE ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE. LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 September 1817
FROM THE ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE. LOVE. Love is a passion of the soul, emanating from the heart, it is created by esteem and admiration, and supported by mutual confidence and respect. It is the basis on which all the sweet and social enijoyments of life are foundedIt is the firm and lasting pillar, on which rests the dignity ol man. It is the sweetener of his youthful hopes*-, the solace of his maturer years . the charm which soothes and comforts the evening of his days...which smooths his pallid brow, in the last moments of expiring nature. Oh Love! mefiable, ex. quisite boon of Providence to man! how sacred, how delightful are thy enjoyments! How rapturous the sensation arising iroin the sweet harmony of souls the union ot sentiment, the reciprocity of opinion, and all the thousand similitudes which exist between hearts bound to each other by the strong ligaments of affection—, f'o know, while viewing the object of our most ardent love, that within that breast on which we fondly there...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 September 1817
Valuable Landed Property. FOR SALE THE following portions of the estate of the late colonel Thomas L. Lee, of Coton: , Ist. The MILL*LOT comprising Fifty-One Acres and a fraction, of which about 39 lie on the lower or southern side of Goose creek andAhe remainder on the upper side ThH is a line property. The mill stands at the mouth of Goose creek, the power of water abundant, and the country above is a great wheat country. Produce may be brought to the mill in boats with much ease, and Hour taken from it to George* Town lor fifty cents per barrel. The town of Leesburg is 3 or 4 miles above it. 2d. A LOT of LAND adjoining the above, containing about 360 Acres , it is bounded in part by Goose creek and the Potumack ,is of a good soil and well suited to the improved system of farming. It contains from 60 to 80 acres of rich bottom. 3d. A LOT containing about 208 Acres, lying on the east side of the Alexandria road by Mr. Havener’s shop and adjoinng the land of Ludwell Lee, Esq. 4th. T...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 September 1817
of Indiana! and the territories of 11 and Missouri. 4th. At fort Montgomery! fort ford, Mobile, fort St. Philip, Ne' leans, Baton Rouge and fort Cla'l and at any other place or places troops are or may be stationed, nu or recruited within the Mississippi tory, the state of Louisiana and thi cinities, north of the gulph of Me* Sth. At any place or places, troops are or may be stationed, mi or recruited within the district of and state of New Hampshire. 6th. At any place or places troops are or may be stationed mi or recruited within the stale of J chusetts. 7th. At any place or places troops are or may be stationed, mi or recruited within the states ofCi ticut and Rhode island. Bth. At any place or places troops are or may be stationed, mi or recruited within the state of York, north of the Highlands, and in the state of Vermont, 9th. At any place or places troops are or may be stationed, mi or recruited within the state of York south of the Highlands, inc West-point and within the s...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 9 September 1817
Notice. Was committed asaruiiMn.l jaii of this county on the iai7, a black man who ca »,] James or * JAMES WALKER \ about five feet 8 or 9 inches jjj" black complexion, thick lips, ft, part of bis upper teeth gone.L several scars on him; he has onej his nose betwixt his eyes- &amp;. a | art " on his breast and several other,! his body. The said negro is ' ty years of age, the owner of s,ij; is requested to come and prove n pay charges and take him i wise he will be dealt with directs. EDWARD HAMMatJ Leesburg, Loudoun co. J August 19—tf. J as I T. Russel ’ Tailor and Habit-Make RETURNS his unfeigned thank, citizens of Leesburg and its vicini their very liberal patronage durl short time he has been here, audit them that, in consequence oftbei and unexpected death of his parti above business will be carried ojj ture in bis own name. Persons J to the late firm of HusseH Sc HittJ quested to settle the same, and t] whom the firm are indebted atet ed to present their accounts with ...
o#nirIOJV'a- [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 September 1817
\o#ni rIOJV ' a - wivs or Liberty will be cc a week on good medium •\VO DOLLARS per annum, , advance, or TWO DOLFIFTY CENTS, if not paid expiration of the year. No be discontinued until arreartud, except at the discretion V. risSMEBTs will be inserted in ous manner, at one dollar per flie three first insertions, and cents for each additional inser«e who send in their advertise* 1 please to mention how often them inserted, otherwise they [tinned until forbid, and charg •gifcommunications and letters on „( ic—POST PAID.
THE SAGE OF MONTICELLO. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 September 1817
THE SAGE OF MONTICELLO. From a series of letters published in the 4 Cape Fear Recorder, at Wilmington, N, C. we copy the following interesting account of our late president and - his favorite Monticello. The village of Milton is 3 miles from the seat of Mr. Jefferson, late president of the United States. My stay there did not exceed three hours; and my opportunity of con verse with this great man was much shorter than I wished. How ever, from my own observations, and from correct and authentic information, I am enabled to give you such an account of Monticello, and its philosophic owner as may afford you gratification and en tertainment; as the most minute particulars respecting so eminent a character, and whatever may concern him, may in terest you I hope 1 shall nut be accused of prolixity. Thomas is the oldest surviving son of Peter Jefferson; he had six children, two daughters alone lived to maturity; one married to Mr. John W 1 ppes- the other to Mr. Thomas M. Randolph. The pat...
NEW STATE CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 September 1817
NEW STATE CONSTITUTION. Natchez , July SS. The convention elected to form a con* Btitution for the people of the Western division of the Mississippi territory, assembled at Washingt&gt; n on the 7th inst. The expediency of acceeding ta the proposition of congress to become an independent state, was determined on by a large majority. A large committee consisting of twenty one, was then raised to prepare and report by a given day, the project af a constitution. This committee proceeded by a subdivision into four parts to the discharge of the duties assigned them. A project was accordingly prepared and reported; but what seems a little strange, the report was said to be disapproved of by every member of the committee. The convention then resolved itself into a committee of the whole and commenced a discussion of the reported project, section by section. They went through the caption, declaration of rights, and had advanced partly through the legislative department when the subj...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 September 1817
«» Weedy Register. work has been published at since September, 1811—Its is well known. Complete files eginning may be had on the eg below. The 12 volumes, imshed, complete a new series; No. of the volume which com ■ itheSOthof August 1817, is for new subscribers to begin hey may have a full 8c perfect mg as they please to continue it. . t«e WEEKLY REGISTER rs per annum, payable in acl. mplete files will coat—years, or 12 vols. to Sept. 1817, atgs, - - 30 ilements to vols, 5, 7, 8, &lt;.&lt; f jjl . • • 4 534 im volumes a general index d to be published, and will cost Itof REVOLUTIONARY SPEECH* oks &amp; papers is alsodesigned: diately connected with the Re iut to have the same form and r 1c to constitute a valuable apo It. The price of this volume *S3, the pleasure of subscribers to tiler or both of them, volumes are desired bound, the tiding, cents per. vol. must to the above. II be delivered in many parts of d States free of cost to the pur* their transport...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 September 1817
I Loudoun Land for Sale. ltue of a deed of trust from Jon. JLv athan Carter to the subscribers, bearing date the 26th day of May 1813, and duly recorded in the office of Loudoun county, will be exposed at public sale on the premises, op the first day of November next, a tract of land, therein described, containing about j 193 1-4) Acres. The terms of sale are cash. Wm JjRONAUGH. SILAS REESE. Septembers.—tds. Goods to be Soldfor 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 also proposes to have a like sale every Saturday following until he gets his purpose answered. DANc. BROWN. August 23,—tf. Public Sale. \\f ILL be sold for cash on Saturday ’ 7 the 25th day of October, 1817, if fair, if not the next fair day after Sunday by virtue of a deed oftrust given by John Stephenson,...
TROCLAMATIOX. CITIZEN GREGOR M’GREGOR, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 September 1817
TROCLAMATIOX. CITIZEN GREGOR M’GREGOR, G literal of Brigade of the armies of A'ezv Grenada and Venezuela, and general in chef of the armies of the Mori das, with commission from the governments of Mexico and South America, Soldiers! —l lose not a moment in expressing to you the satisfaction and pleasure I have derived from your soldierlike conduct of late, and the progress you have made in military discipline and subordination. This is the foundation of all military enterprizes, and renders superior numbers of enemies of no avail in action Continue to follow up the exemplary line of conduct you have so nobly begun; it not only inspires your chief with sentiments of the greatest confidence, but will also fill with terror the ranks of the slaves of Ferdinand the seventh. The most active measures have been taken for the speedy movement of the .army, and I trust soon, at the head of such troops, to plant the green cross of the Floridas on the proud walls of St. Augustine. Iloyalists Bew...
IMPORTANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 September 1817
IMPORTANT. It is stated, (says the London Globe of the 22d of July) under the head of Nu remburg, that Russia has engaged to support the cause of Ferdinand VII. in Spanish America, with a squadron including six ships of the line, and an army of from 14 to 30,000 men, in consideration of the cession of Old and New California, the Island of Minorca, and certain commercial advantages by Spain to Russia. The same paper also adds, that North America is stated to have engaged,, in consideration of the cession of-the two Floridas by Spain, to forbid all assistance to the Insurgents in its territories. LOKCON, JULY 31. By a mail from Flanders, we learn, that on Monday last there were some disturbances at Brussels, occasioned by the dearness of vegetables; peace however was restored without bloodshed; but not till several cart loads of potatoes had been disposed oi by the populace at their own prices. Any cause for tumult must, however, cease every where in a few days, as already in several ...
LATE FROM ENGLAND, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 September 1817
LATE FROM ENGLAND, On the 12th of July, the British Parliament was prorogued to the Ssth of August. Previous to the prorogation, the following Speech was delivered by the Prince Pegcnt from the throne. “.My Lord* , and Gentlemen: “I cannot close this session of Parliament Without renewing my expressions of deep regret at the continuance of his majesty's lamented indisposition TW diligence with which you have applied yourselves to the consideration of the different subjects which 1 recommended to your attention at the commencement of the session, demands my warmest acknowledgments; and 1 have no doubt that the favorable change which is hap* pily taking place in our internal situation is to be mainly ascribed to the salutary measures which you have adopted for preserving the public tranquility, and to your steady adherence to those principles by which the constitution, resources and credit of the country have been hitherto preserved and maintained. Notwithstanding the arts &am...
WILLIAM SAMpyj [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 September 1817
WILLIAM SAMpyj GENIUS OF LIbS TUESDAY, SEP? . It was our wish to have history of the family of author of Satnfuon’t to publish it with the second J that valuable work just issgjj that purpose considerable made without success; but *, been favored, by an intimity old acquaintance of Mr San, the facts on which the of his family is founded, and publicity through the media paper, it being too late to eink With the work. The Memoirs of Mr. Sam., the writer, embrace subjecti, interest than the personal com private though distinguished j They furnish many charac(t)| drawn with a masterly pencil,, relenting hostility with which) government persecutes Irish) they are honest, and Ireland i desites to be free. But while! son devotes the greater parts to others, the reader will, pah disappointment in not knows the author. Therefore, parti) personal nature, such as Mit felt a delicacy in noticing, ■ fj unwilling to supply, and tk the intention of partiality. The author of the Menu scended of an ...
Something wrong tomewhere. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 16 September 1817
Something wrong tomewhere. Our city mails are received very irre. gularly. Instead of receiving the Intel* ligencer tri-weekly, we generally receive them all at once, either by 1 hursday’s or Sunday’s mail, and our latest paper it four days old, which renders it impossible for us to give the “late news’* before it becomes u olU ” How can we regulate Una affair? 'That’s the question.