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FROM THE RICHMOND COMPILER. THE EYE. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 September 1817

FROM THE RICHMOND COMPILER. THE EYE. We have seen how apt this valuable sense is to deceive us; how little it is able to teach us at first; and how necessary it is to be taught by the other senses, be fore it can teach us many ideas in its turn. We have seen in what manner it gains this information; how it goes along with the sense of touch, associating the ideas of shapes and shades with those of magnitude, distance, &c. until the former becomes a species of language, by which it tells with rapidity the magnitude distance, &c. of surrounding objects. So early and so strong is this association, so quick the transition from one to the other, that the mind is unconscious of the process, and fancies what is acquired by habit was originally taught by nature. We have seen, how in spite of these instructions, the eye is apt to err; and ce ted many instances in which it misconstructs the appearance of objects, so as to mistake their portion, distance, magnitude, and...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 September 1817

)ds to be Sold for Cash. , Subscriber, wishing to raise oney immediately, will dispose of y of store Goods, esale or retail, to the highest bidCASH, at his store near Beaverdam Bridge, rday 30th inst. Good bargains expected and he also proposes to ike sale every Saturday following gets his purpose answered. DANI. brown. ;st 23.—tf. lolling Cloths, i subscriber has this day received and elegant assortment of Bolting Cloths? eriorquality which will be offered at the store of Messrs. Butts and 1, King street, where he intends a complete assortment in fuAMOS ALEXANDER, andria,September 1 6. Mdoun land for Sale. Viitiic of a deed of trust from Jonthan Carter to the subscribers, [date the 26th day of May 1813, 7 recorded in the office of Lou* aunty, wig he exposed at public the premises, on the first day of “her next, a tract of land, the tiq *•> containing about 103 1-4 Acres. rtnsof sale are cash, Wm. bronaugh. , SILAS REESE. •ntberS tds. Notice. committed a* a runaway to the...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 September 1817

JV. It BLACKLOCK HAVE received and offer for sale) 70 bags prime green coffee 8 pepper and pimento England']* 2 hhds. fine stavored, old, f " 7 Antigua J ‘ 10 hdds. and 20 bbls. brown sugar 10 chests and boxes Y. hyson and imperial teas 1 pipe Holland giri* 1 French brandy, very fine and old 20 kegs small twist tobacco 4 (large) of a superior quality 20 boxes Spahish cigars 30 kegS gunpowder, various qualities 40 Garrett’s and Hamilton’s snuff Ist and 2d qualities 100 doz. bed cords 40 lines 50 bbls. herrings, gross and dipt 10 shad 120 reams letter and common paper Together with wine, in qi\ casks, Indigo in kegs, fig blue in boxes, • Madder in kegs, glauber salts, alum, Brimstone, etc. etc. _ Alexandria, September 16 [3w. SHAW TIFFANY, JVo. 229, Market street, (a few doors below Howard street,J Baltimore, Respectfully inform the merchants of Loudoun and other counties, that they are regularly supplied by the northern manufactures with a very large and extensive assortment of Domes...

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To the Editor of the Monthly Magazine. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 September 1817

To the Editor of the Monthly Magazine. Sir—The following pathetic Narrative, is extracted from “The History of the Inquisition, abridged frotn the elaborate work of Philip Limborch, of which the gieat John Locke said,“that it was fit to he translated into the vulgar language of every nation, that all might understand the anti-Christian practices of that execrable court.” .in account of the proceeding* of the Court of Inquisition of Linton against Elizabeth Vaconellos , an English woman, Elizabeth Vaconellos, now in the city of Lisbon, doth on the 10th of December, Anno, 1709, in the presence of John Milner, Esq her Majesty’s Consul General. and Joseph Wilcocks, Minister of the English Factory at Lisbon, declare 8e test fy that she was born at Arlington, in the county of Devon, and a daughter v of John Chester, Esq ; bred tip in the Church of England; and in the eleventh year of her age, her uncle David Morgan, of Cork, intending to go 4nd settle in Jamaica, as a physician, by her fa...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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OUR EASTERN BRETHREN AND THE SERPENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 September 1817

OUR EASTERN BRETHREN AND THE SERPENT. Wonders will never-cease. The east ern papers are filled with pniraculous accounts of a tremendous serpent, like the dragon of Bentley, which seems to have put all the o)‘d women and children in great bodily fear and to have thrown the men into a serious consternation Phi > losophers have been deputised take the monster s altitude, and endeavor, if possible, to ascertain the longitude and the variation of the compass, froth a minute and anatomical examination of the serpent’s occiput. The result is eagerly expected, and much good untici pated from their enlightened labors.— Some have gone so far as to assert that this prodigy is' no other than the monster that darkened the sun’s disk for so many months last year, and that having been expelled from a region of fire, he has been driven into a region of water to expiate his offences. Mythologists, on 1 the other hand think it must be Taurus | in search of another Europa, who, to i render...

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Source: Library of Virginia
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GENIUS OF UM [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 September 1817

GENIUS OF U\M TUESDAY, SEPTUM ICT Much miscellaneous^® ferret! this week. ® FEDERALISTS OF Lo J An attempt is made in the ■ J lonian” of the 16th, to cx c it e ® ings against me. The right 9 the legality of any vote given”® election, secured by the | a ® country, cannot I think be ( |9 any man of sense, and the di|® dispute it is evincive of a i.j rit, whichr, to obtain its obj ec ,® at defiance the mandates of t LI the principles of justice. ® I feel myself under no ob J notice the attacks made on 9 myrmidons of Mr. Mercer, gilistic ortypographic; and 1® have noticed the remarks in tl® ingtonian,” which preface p® tion of my communication to I that they are accompanied b® his, which gives them the appal his sanction, and that the unj3 sion ; which they thus attem® duce, is strengthened by the® they have his sanction. And® all let me tell those minions ® to acquire distinction by rabbi® Mr. Mercer, and to ingrati® selves with him, by abusing® have nothing to say to them.® they would...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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XEBJIL MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 September 1817

XEBJIL MISCELLANY. President left Washington City 33d mst. on a visit to his family kte m VirginiaSecretary of State, John Q. Adnved at Washington on Saturday > 30th inst with his family, mediately entui on the duties of officers of the Branch Bank of the States at Providence, (ft. I.) are st appointed. S jth Wheaton Is nt of the bank, -and Nathaniel man, junr. cashier. "colonel Irvine of New-York,” nedss having superceded general gor in the command of the forces eiia Island, is in fact, col. Irwin, if Northumberland, Pennsylvania, nember of the last cong.tss of the Stales. — .Vat. Intel, bmlon editor exclaims: The die -and we must learn, in future to on the recollection of .what tec ten and by forgetting what tee are. rgbtthe suspension Act pasecl the ons, and St. Stephen s bell tolled death of departed English liberty; ether the blessed hope of a gloriisurreotion in eight months, or ears, or ever, is rather a matter of ainty. ier/icnt has shewn himself again; ly to rais...

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Source: Library of Virginia
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Charleston, Se/it, 16. LATE FROM AMELIA ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 September 1817

Charleston, Se/it, 16. LATE FROM AMELIA ISLAND. By a gentleman passenger ih the sloop Hermit, arrived yesterday morning from St Mary’s we have received the following 'ntelligence: On the 4th inst. General Mac Gregor resigned the command of the Patriot troops stationed on Amelia Island He staged that his reasons for resigning, were that he had been deceived by the company who were to supply him with the necessary means to carry on the war in Florida. He and his lady had gone on board the privateer General Mac Gregor, bound to Baltimore—Cols. PiAty and Parker, with a number of of. (icers and men had abandoned the cause. The force on the Island was about 40, officers and men. 'there were lying op. posite the Island. 4he Buenos Ayrean privateer brig Morgiana. ol 18 guns and about 100 men; the National brig.St. Joseph, of 10 guns and I 7 men; the privaeer General Ma Gregor of 10 guns and 65 men he Venesulian privateer schooner 'upiter, had arrived on the 9th •■.’si wii t a trench hermaph...

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From the Charleston Patriot, Se/it. 12. NEWS FROM THE, SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 September 1817

From the Charleston Patriot , Se/it. 12. NEWS FROM THE, SOUTH. Just as our paper was going to press we were politely favored with the fol lowing extract oi a letter, received tin., morning Irpm St. Mary’s dated the sth Sept. “I had some business which called me to Fernandida this morning. On my arrival there, I was sorry to find the place in the greatest possible state of confusion. Colonels Posey and Parker had resigned their commissions two days ago, and last evening general M’Gregor resigned his command on that station, and re-embark ed on board his brig, with his family and furniture, Colonel Ervin has been appointed to the temporary command, and a council oi officers was to take place to determine whether to risque a battle or to abandon the place peacably. The Morgiana’s men and guns haye arrived. They have now three armed "brigs; and three schooners besides about 80 men, exclusive of officers, making* 94 in -all; and military and naval stores arrived at St. Mary's this, morni...

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FROM PERNAMBUCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 September 1817

FROM PERNAMBUCO. Boston, Sept. 9. Capt Davis, who arrived on Friday last from Pcrnan buca, informs, that the ■ evolutionary army which retreated Iron* that place on its being recovered by the royalists were closely followed; that maty of the patriot soldiers deserted, and returned to Pernambuco, where they were pardoned, but sent to do duly at Monte Video, and that the rest of the patriot forces were dispersed. Some American vessels, which arrived after the royalists regained the mastery were suspected of bringing aims Sec. for the revellers, but, on search, these suspi cions proved unfounded. A Baltimore sebr. which called ofl' there finding how affairs had turned, steered f&r another destination. A vessel ol war was sent out, but did not overtake him [Ral.

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(FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 September 1817

(FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. Extract of a letter from an intelligent corresfiondmt at Kingston, (Jaw.) dated July 25, to a gentleman in .V York, ‘■ft is with great pleasure 1 have to communicate to yon the good news we have ju»t received from Santa Pc tie bo trot a. Cur brave republicans i egin a gain to appear on the fie.u of battle after so many disasters, as triumphantly , ■ they were in the former campaigns < '■ 1813, ’IS, and *l4. They have obtained a very important victory over the ruya tsts on the plains of Casanare, killing tl general Boyer, and a great number of officers of the royal troops; and their critical situation has reduced their garrisons n all the towns in the interior so much hat they are already trembling for their fate. It is now reported that another insurrection has broken out in the southern >art of New-Grenada. Every thing a' •ounces the speedy subversion of those .oyal executioners. The cruelties and :>erfidies of that infamous M...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 September 1817

One Cent Reward. KAN away from the subscriber on the 3d day of June last, an apprentice to the boot & shoe-making business, mimed CHARLES GORDON. The above reward will be given to any person who will bring him to the subscriber; but no charges. i Just received from Baltimore, a very handsome assortment of Ladies, Gentlemen's and .Visses SHOES, which will be sold low for cash; at the corner of Market and King streets, opposite Mr. Bentley's store. Ihe subscriber continues to carry on the Root Shoe-Making Business , in the house lately occupied by H. <9* asgow dec'd, where gentlemen may be accommodated, at the shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms, with the latest fashions, made in the neatest and roost durable manner. Thankful for past, the subscriber hopes by his conduct, to merit future patronage from the citizens of Leesburg and its vicinity. WILLIAM KING. Leesburg, September 30.—St.* Information Wanted. |C7=* William Tayloh, aged about 33 years,...

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■ THE RECESS., [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 September 1817

■ THE RECESS., from the Poston Chronicle and Patriot. THt SEA MONSTER. Jonathan catechiseth the great serpent—talketh with him in a friendly manner—and showeth that there is as monstrous a monster on Parnassus as there is in Cape Ann harbor. Good mister Monster, pray how big art thou? [made? What is thy shape? How art thou Art fashioned like a fish, snake, horse or how? Come to the land and talk with me; Be not afraid, [thee. And I will tell thee what folks think of ’Tiieaid, when stretch’d at length upon the ocean, - That thdu wilt reach a half a mile, or so, Looking like rum casks swimming in a row; [and fro, And when thy train thou writhest to The sea is thrown in terrible com mo- > tion, Like other bloated reptiles, fill’d with pride, Thy head thou rearest high above the tide, And seeiu'st, in op’ning thy huge jaws, to say, [way.” Like them, “ye pigmies, keep out of my Where are there kept to sell, The raw materials of thy ball proof shell? A coat like yours would be ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 September 1817

NOTICE. Mr. Isaac S. White having deposited in my hands for collection all the notes which were given to him at his late sale I hereby inform all persons interested that the same will be put in suit un less paid in ten days from the date hereof, , l. p. w. baLch. September 22.—[Sw,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 September 1817

Was Department, June 9, If 17. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. That separate proposals trill be received at the office of the secretary for the department of War, until the thirty first day of October next, inclusive- for the supply of all rations that may be required for the use of the troops of the United States, from the first day of June, 1818. inclusive, until the the Ist day of June, 1819, within the states, territories, and districts, fol-' lowing, viz Ist. At Detroit, Michilimackinac, Green bay, Fort Wayne, Chicago, and their immediate vicinities, and at any other place or places where troops are or may be stationed, marched or recruited, within the territory of Michigan, the vicini-1 ty of the upper lakes, and the state of O-. hio, and on or adjacent to the waters of lake Michigan. Sd. At any place or places where troops are or may, be stationed, within the states of Kentucky and Tennessee. Sd. At St. Louis, fort Harrison, fort Clarke, fort Armstrong, fort Crawford, 1 fort Osage or...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 September 1817

advance! at in the discretion of the com* mender shall be deemed proper. It it understood that the contractor is to be expence and risk of itsu ing the supplies to the troops, and that all losses sustained by the depredations of the enemy, or by means of the troops of tne United States, shall be paid by the United States, at the price of the article captured or destroyed, as aforesaid, on the depositions of two or more persons of credible characters, and the certificate of a commissioned officer, stating the circumstance of the loss, and the a mount of the articles for which compensation shall be claimed. The privilege is reserved to the United States, of requiring that none of the supplies which may be furnished under any of the proposed contracts, shall be | issued, until the supplies which have . been or may be furnished under tht contract now in force, have been consumed. ' GEO. GRAHAM. Acting Secretary of War. Note —The editors of Newspapers who are authorized to publish the la...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 30 September 1817

Land for THE subscriber offers ( t v " 160 Acres of I^ Lying in Fauquier county, v, and a half of Paris, about' cleared, finely timbered and t equal to any land in the production of . wheat andoth,J| and well adapted to plaister,* There is a good new Log LING HOUSE, within sixty, an %xcellent spring. The J is very conveniently sitUatdu merchant mills and saw milk! is two dr three within a mile si of it. A further description i7j unnecessary as it is presumed wishing to purchase, will vie«ti ises ISAAC SET! Paris, September 16—ftf Oak-LUnd Farm for , THIS farm is situated ont road leading from Hay-Market! ericksburg and is twenty twoi the latter place, containing 750 Jem; ! there is a good reserve of , (say SOO acits) and several ne springs, with branches mnnm the land to produce water font, soil in its origins l state was but some part of it has been ml, pushed; however from asmallii has been made it is found to I dapted to clover and plaister, t nure kindly aul holds a good cl. ‘ty...

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