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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 October 1817

he -GENIUS ,OF LIBERTY. Lushed By samuel b. t. caldwEll, leesburg, Va. I*romulqator of the laws of the united states. 1.. I.] TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1817. {No. 39.

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V^TdITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 October 1817

V^TdITIONS. Cgmus or Liberty will be il once a week on good medium T yVO DOLLARS per annum, in advance, or TWO DOLhd FIFTY CENTS, if not paid he expiration of the year. No [ll be discontinued until arrear- ( paid, except at the discretion literIbtisements will be inserted in cuous manner, at one dollar per L. t h e three first insertions, and L ce „ts for each additional inserLose who send in their gdvertiseL|l please to mention how often L the'<i inserted, otherwise they bptinueci until forbid, and [dinglym communications and letters on L W f be—POST PAID.

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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! PHILADELPHIA, January, 1817. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 October 1817

! PHILADELPHIA, January, 1817. . At a numerous meetii.g of the people ■ of colour, convened at Bethel Church to i take nno consideration the propriety of 1 remonstrating against the contemplates 1 measure, that is to exile us from the land | of our nativity, James Foster was called to the chair, and Russel Parrott, secretary. The intent of the meeting | having been stated by the chairman, the ■ following resolutions were adopted without one dissenting voice. I Whereas our ancestorsyiot ofchoicp .were he first cultivators of the wilds of 1 America, we their descendants feel ourselves entitled to pailicipate in the blessings of her luxuriant soil, which their blood and sweat manured; and that any (measure, or syhtenj of measures, having ' a tendency to banish us from her bosom, ! would not only .betiruel but in direct vi olation of those principles, which have been the boast o'f the lepubhc Resolved Ttyat we view with deep ab horrence the unmerited stigma attempted to be cast upon the...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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INTERESTING DECREE- [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 October 1817

INTERESTING DECREE- Ip the following article, our readers will find the decree of Judge Wallace, judge of the court of admiralty, at Halifax, restoring the American fishing vessels, which had been captured in June last, while fishing on the coast of Nova ■Scotia contrary to law. Boston, September SO. We were yesterday favored with a Halitax paper of the 6th inst. containing the following decree of Judge Wallace of the admiralty court, restoring the American fishing vessels, detained in June last to the owners, on their paying costa. Decree, pronounced by the honorable Michael Wallace, judge of the vice ad miralty court, on Friday, the 39th ult. in the case of American fishing vessels; seized & detained by his majesty’s ships of war in the haibors, and on the coasts of Nova Sco'ja. This case is of great national importance. Under that impression, it has had as much consideration on my part, as my humble talents are capable of giving it. I entirely accede to the principle ...

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CURE FOR TOE FLUX. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 October 1817

CURE FOR TOE FLUX. Philadelphia , 29 th July , 1800. “I have seen in some of the newspapers an account of the deaths at NcwYork. fiom the 20lh to the 27th instant, twenty-three deaths out of fifty are flux. I suppose most of that number were children. Feeling as Ido for the anxiety that must prevail with parents whose tender offspring are more especially victims to this terrible calamity, I cannot hesitate to communicate the means I have found effectual in two striking instances in my own family. My son L» was so extremely ill that he lay on the bed with blood and stools running from him- and he could not have survived under such a debilitating state twenty-four hours longer. We gave him glisters and flaxseed in water every hour, and by a few repetitions brought him to proper stools. The prescription being to discontinue the glister, or the frequency of them, according to the appearance of natural stools. His drink, hartshorn boiled in water and mixed with milk Food, rice well boile...

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To Mr. William Cobbett, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 October 1817

To Mr. William Cobbett, North Hampstead , Long Island, N V. Sih—My attention was accidentally drawn to your Register of the 7th ult. containing a letter to “major Cartwright, the venerable leader of reform,” in which, defending yourself against a charge preferred by Mr. VVooller, olhaving formerly written against the government of the United States, and their “infant liberties” you say—“lnstead of crawling to the Americans, and recanting any thing that I had said befoie, I plainly told them, that I did not ask them to ‘forget ai.d forgive,’ but, that I wished them to remember, that, if my writings had clone them harm in Europe, (and that I did not know that they hod not done then, harm) it was fairly to be ascribed to the unjust and tyrannical treatment which J experienced in America, This was published at New-York last year, long before 1 had any ti oughts of coming to America. But here 1 ant now. This Register that I am now writing, will be published at New York before it will rea...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 October 1817

e Cent Reward. away from the subscriber on ay of June last, an apprentice to & shoe-makingbusiness, named MIES GORDON. ve reward will be given to any who will bring him to the sub* but no charges, eceived from Baltimore, a very ic assortment of Ladies, Gentlsnd Misses SHOES, which rid low for rash, at the corner of rod King streets, opposite Mr. s store. The subscriber coatinirry on the j Shoe-Making Business, rase lately occupied by H. Glas;’d, where gentlemen may be acluted, at the shortest notice, and lost reasonable terms, with the shions, made in the neatest and urable manner. Thankful for : subscriber hopes by bis coilmen future patronage from the of Leesburg and its vicinity. WILLIAM RING. •urg, September 30.—3t * Notice . ' taken out of the subscribers on the sixteenth of the month, a Bay Mare, >r thirteen years old, about four* 1 hands high, paces and trots, ™1 of spirit and shod before, her , :et white and a small star in ‘bead (if 1 recollect right)...

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andthilosophical intel* ■ dekhpKma dKTIONARY, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 October 1817

andt hilosophical intel * ■ dekhpKma dKTIONARY, |' 1(1 a Jw.edition of Chalmers’ I, wo.rr<LhUal Dictionary, in 38 L. is completed; A ndon ■■ililicuujn remarks—“l ho roagKf the fcor may I* It is knoM'that this edition has 1.0-mentfdby 3934 additional lives; ■ remaining number 3176 have Iwritpn, and the whole revised tecten. The total number of ar■sceeds 9000. Appended to each I are copious references to the I, whence the materials are derived Ew PUBLICATION. Kvr quarterly work has been comK* „ European Continent; unKtltleof the Medical Repository, ■ exhibit a concise view of the lat Ijcverics and improvements made ■ Continent, in Medicine, Surgery Katmacy. Conducted by E. Von Ei„ assisted by other gentlemeir of Bully. ■ the needle ||’s List, dated May Ist, 1817, has Blowing—“lt does not appear, from | oilier vat ion s on the variations, lie Magnetic Needle is returning |u the North; for during the last |en months, its declination has been |m increase several minutes; hence...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 October 1817

on the 2nd inst. by the v i mor *» lMr - John Williams Mrown ot this county, e sam. evenin B the 28th wit. Jonathan M'Catty to 'W'lla M oling., . h,u n .‘I 16 * ame evening, by the L* • J °'m Thompson to Miss £lUn »> of this county;

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 October 1817

'p * m this town on Tuesday last, hmond. ii e arrived here on tQ h ‘ S n Cath W ‘ th h ‘» **lf in 11 - C ?^ r Po®* 0 ®* establishing! this place as a druggist. J

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Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 October 1817
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 October 1817

Valuable Landed Proper FOR SALE THE following portions of the of the late colonel Thomas L. L Coton: Ist. The MILL'LOT compri: Fifty-One Acre and a fraction, of which about 39 li the lower or southern side of Goose and the remainder on the upper a This is a flue property. The mill at the mouth of Goose creek, the of water abundant, and the country is a great wheat country. Produc brought to the mill in boats with ease, and flour taken from it to Gi Town for fifty cents per barrel, town of Leesburg is 3 or 4 miles it. ' , 2d. A LOT of .LAND adjoinii above, containing about 360 Acres , it is bounded in part by Goose crei the Potomaok ,is of a good soil an suited to the improved system Of ing. It contains from 60 to 80 ac rich bottom. r 3d. A LOT containing about 208 ' Acres, lying on the east side of the Alex road by Mr. Havener's shop and : ing the land of Ludwell) ee, Esq, 4th. Two lots nearly opposite to i Lee's house one containing 170 ar other I9S acres. The Leesburg and'Geflrget...

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LEESBURG JOCKEY CLUB RAGES. WILL be run for on We&csday the 1 Sth of October, over a handsome course near the town, . • ■ A Purse of 800 Dollars, < three mile sand repeat, and on Thursday the 16 th day, two miles and repeat A Purse of 100 Dollars, and on Friday the 17th one mile and repeat, a Town's Purse of at least gl 50, and on Saturday the 18th an elegant SADDLE, BRIDLE and MARTINGALE, worth at least FIFTY DOLLARS, P. SAt'NDERS, aec'ry is* treps’r. October 30</j.—-[2w. - j LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the Post-Office, Leesburg, Fa. on tie Ist of October, ■which y not lifted before the-Ist oj January, will be sente to the General Post-Office, as dead letters. B. Samuel M. Boss, Wm. Bevel's, Thos. Brown, Benjamin Bradiield v Peter Boss, Sampson Bhncoe, S; John L. Berkley, 2; Leah Bayley, J.B. Bell, Jacob Broiuwell, Samuel Buck. c James- Cohick, Alex. Cowpcr, John Curley, Sarah Campbell, Rawl. Chinn, George ,E. Confell, Isaiah Carr, John Court, Joh...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 October 1817

NE W PLAYS. Jmt received from the Shakespeare Gallery, New-Fork, a variety of interesting and amusing FLAYS, consisting of Tradegy, Comedy and Farce, among which are The Battle of New-Orleons; or Glory, I Love and Royalty,, The jEthiop or Child of the Desert, Douglass or the Noble Shepherd, The r'orty Thieves, False Delicacy and Absllino the great bandit, Chains for the Heart, Cure for the Heart-Ache, ■ How to die for Love, Wives as they were and Maids as they are, Rule a Wife and Have a Wife, The Honey Moon, Miss in her Teens, , Matrimony and Mrs. Wiggins, School foc/Orators, School fot Authors, Man of the World and Not at Home, The Weather Cock, The Village lawyer, ’Tis all a Farce,. The Recal of Monnis, High Life below stairs, For England, Hoi Paul and Virginia, Yankee Chronology, Fortress of Serento, The Father Out-witted, The Prize, and the Irishman in .London, &c._ —ALSO— Miscellaneous and School BOOK S—. and PIAYINq CARDS by the dozen or single pack. 5. B. T. CALD...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 October 1817

thorough opposition to the measures of, your own government, than to any love ; that you had for us. Mhome, you may! aland us a republican amongst monarch*! istst but you are only a monarchist a* i xnong republicans. I tell you this “plainly,” lor I am not more apt to “flat? ter any one” .than you are. Nor can 1 see how your abuse of os heretofore, 1 say abuse, Mr. Cobbett, is to be L.Y ascribed to the unjust and tyrannical treatment'* which, you say, you experienced in America. In the milttary character of your country, and in the general management ot your government, there certainly is as'much, if not more, cool dull aerate and calculating cruelty; than is to be found in any other people—one of your king’s brave grenadiers charged bhyonet on my mother, just before I was born, to kill as he gallantly said 'two rtb ch at once,’ and very nearly effected it But it was npt-ou that circumstance-that I formed my opinions and have expressed them so freely—my individual case, and in respe...

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DR. FRANKLIN'S LETTER.- [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 October 1817

DR. FRANKLIN'S LETTER.- The following original letter was published some time since in the Fort Folio. It has also been published in many of the newspapers; but has not been proclaimed from every press, like the story of Miss Caraboo, or Lorenzo’s,raising the devil, or the miraculous story of the big sea serpent and many others equally trifling We had it selected some months ago for the paper, but it got mislaid, and we could'not And it, like a thousand vain foolish and absurd stories in every newspaper we laid our hands oh. A frienu however, who duly appreciated its merits and revered its prine iples his been kind enough to favor us with# copy, and we gladly embrace the opportunity to give it a place in our columns. Many professed Christians may find in it a profitable lesson—« lesson that will teach them to attend more to the inner man and less to outward and external appearances—a lesson that ought to put the in tolerant partisan to the blush. Charily is considered an essential r...

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A kidn vpper PCJNISHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 October 1817

A kidn vpper PCJNISHED. Stare of Met. 1 Baltimore county court. vs I Indictment for kidndji - John- Lacy. J fiing. In July last John Lacy > took Aaron Hulbert a mulatto boy, about nine or ten yean old from Baltimore county to Alexandria, and sold him as a slave for life. Soon after the sale some circumstances transpired which induced the purchaser tobelieve that the boy had been kidnappedj and Lacy was arrested and committed to jail in. Alexandria, and information of what bad been done sent to the boy’s friends The necessary documents Wfre then furnished, and the governor of Maryland demanded Lacy under the act of congress, as a fugitive from justice, and he was brought to Baltimore. Upon his trial it was proved that the boy was born free—that he had been put to live with Lacy by his grand mother, his parents being dead—that the agreement between Lacy and the grand mother was that the boy should be bound the indentures had not been executed—that after the boy' had lived w...

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Colonization of free pcoplfMß [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 October 1817

Colonization of free pcoplfMß GKJNILB OF Lli3 tuEsojivT^a ;' fc On o«r first page, under JBI phia head, will be found tl)eS of the of colour, colonization. They firm, determiped manner, a tone to the blacks in tliauSi will be difficult to them from our country ry to every principle of o#,ji institutions, which nmf,...|.» freedom to all, who land py shores, ‘-whether an IndiSl can sun may have burhed U JH Compulsion then is out oftL*| some other method must Their judgments, their must be addressed. They ni| S vinced that their situation »;{|S !y be bettered—that our govs Ji extend a friendly and protectb* wards thetn and their infant* ment, and that they be sufficjS cated to enable them to co ,9| own political affairs. It won{*| ness in the extreme to send IB with their minds uncultivated* rant of the important principj* eminent. It would in the* them into a state of anarchy JBI sion, or enable some spirit to bow them down undsfl yoke of despotism. g|

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The City -of ffWmtgfo* (B [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 October 1817

The City -of ffWmtgfo* (B A new daily and tri-weeeU|)fl| commence on the 27th inst. B| Mr. Jonathan Elliott, pnS his prospectus to be a lihenlß pendent republican. AJI 118 matter relating to the ecutive branches of the goveliß be given at large; an impartiiß the business of congress. cs as far as practicable, arepH® The price of the daily paperigH annum, and the trnweekly papttfl The prospectus may be sewfl office; where ceived. John Q. jidanw, toek the onfl as secretary of state on Tnesdjjß ult. lie has since confirms® (.ointment of Daniel Brent, cap® clerk of that department. <® The expatriated FrenchtnkuH idem in Flanders, are orderrftfjH country; the French enng them dangerous neigH® that of the Netherlands, lifl® visitors. According to observatioHgH St. Petersburgh, the varitMß magnetic needle had dimi#® minutes annually for the KM years.. -n Mortality at New Orleans ■ are said to be twelve per of the boatmen which disappdflj® loads.” The fever is abating.' ® '■ How ...

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