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THE HE CESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 October 1817

THE HE CESS. BYRON’S ENIGMA, The following ingenious enigma is from the pen of Lord Byron. ,Let those whose genius prompts them to search after “bidden things,” exorcise their latent powers in poetic numbers to produce a solution., . ■ TWAS whisper’d in Aeav’n af)d mutter’d in Aell, • ■ And echo caught softly the sound as it , fell: In the coniines of earth *twas permitted to rest, And the depths of the ocean its presence 1 contest; *Twas seen in the lightning ,and heard in the thunder: f 1 "Twill be found iti the spAyres when riv’ri asunder; It was given to tnan with his earliest breath, It assists at his birth and attends him in death, * . Presides oe’r his happiness,, honor, and - health, Is the prop of his houye, and the end of his wealth, It begins every hope every wyish ft must abound. And thoughjuhassuming, with monarch* is crown'd; In the heaps of the miser *tis hoarded with care, But is sure to be lost iiu|he prodigal heir. Without it the sailor and soldier may roam, But wo...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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, HUM O U R. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 October 1817

, HUM O U R. Dr. Johnson being asked fait opinion of a certain nabob, better known by his riches than his learning or intellect—.“A mere sheep, sir, wih * gulden JUecef' ohserved the cynic. ,* J - A simple feitow, who held an, official situ4tion,)tt the Romish church, wrote an account of What he had expended in ' these terms: Item. Fitfe pence for combing the tail of St George « horse. j Item. Ten pence fop cleaning the cloaths of two ttdhts. - " d ' Item. Twenty pence for hanging up two angels. A very serious complaint eras lodged a few years ago in Leicestershire, before a justice of the peace, and --no of the quo rum against a simple countryman, for having ‘oam’d tbs King!’ A warrant was accordingly issued, and the poor trembling delinquent dragged before the bench, when the following very keen and pointed interrogatories were put to him: Juiliee. Harkee! you fellow! how came you wickedly and profanely to damn his roost sacred majesty George the Third, of Great Britain, France, a...

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 October 1817
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 October 1817

Oak-Laud Farm for. Sale. THIS farm is situated on the main road leading from Hay-Market to Fred ericksburg and is twenty two miles from the Idler placet containing 750 Acres; there is a good reserve of Woodlandi (say 200 acres) and several never failing springs, with branches running through the land to produce water for stock. The soil in its original state was very good, but some part of it has been rather hard pushed; however from a small trial that has beep made it is found to be well ,adapted to clover and piaister,'‘takes manure kindly and holds a good coat—twenty years cultivated in corn and wheat at ternately and {die third year in pasture, which affords ho rest. T have engaged the fin-proof wheat for seeding from a gentleman of veracity, who will deliver the pure grain, and as it is desirable that the purchiser of the land should take with it the groWing crop of corn k seed wheat, both of which {shall be bad at a P r,Ce ' r h „ e siding by the middle of September and have c...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 October 1817

Land for -Sale. &E subscriber offers for sale 150 Acres of Land, Lying hi Fauquier county, within a i ud a half of Paris* about cleared, finely timbered and i equal to any land in the c luction of wheat and iU adapted.to plainer, the Othar EdLakaK- ®® w LOG G HOUSE, within sixty yards of excellent spring. The above iand is very conveniently situated to good merchant tnlljs and saw mills, as there is two or three within a mile and a half of it. A further description is .deemed unnecessary as it is presumed any person wishing to pdrehase, will view the premises. ,v •. ISAAC SETTLE. Paris, September 16^— ft£ Public Sale. {$ . X/VTILLbe sold for cash on Saturday T the »sth day of October, 181!', if fair, if not the next fair day after Sunday by virtue of a died of trust given by John Stephenson, to the subscribers, to secure a sum. of money, to Stephen Donohoe, the lease rightto a Tract qf Land, ’■ called Mount Pleasant lying in Fairfax county immediately oh the road leading...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 7 October 1817

SHAW $ JVh. 239, below »irut* cour isive assortment of which they are authorikcd ~, Philadelphia price*, and on t , terms. They particularly f with whom they hive not> pleasure of dealing, to call their goods.' S September 83.—.[Sw. ■ ' FALL. &xm j| China, Glass Sj EdiihM^ comprising a vcm. general ail They are offered to o ducedilrices. ( ifmty . -TAiwAtT Alexandria, King Street, ,', September '■ <‘ ICT* The Winchester Com* requested to give the above 3 1 Ai medr l . "r 100,000 FOR which th.i highest pric, will be paid, delivered at nay wij in George-Town; or five ’cenh delivered at thfc Columbia I miles from Georgetown. P. S.—l am .pleased to people of Loudoun, tfiSt the I Potomac bridge, has been the tttrnpike company, so waggdnscan return withoute GEO. JOJI September 23.—[ljn. ' O Yes! O Yes!: It is requested by me; that members or any other nerso; in their possession an/V * longing to the Leeshu. 0 please forth with to return ® r 50 volumes out...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817

HIE GENIUS OF LIBERTY. IT mUSHED BY SAMUEL B. T. CALDWELL, LEESBUKG, Va. PROMULGATOR OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. u. I I TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, I *l7. [No. 40.

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Lqjvd ITI4 #s‘ [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817

L qjvd ITI4 # s ‘ Gt *iv a or Eighty will b* 1 once a week on good medium a vVO DOLLARS per annum, in advance, or TWO DOLfifty CENTS, if lot .paid I expiration of th| fear. No II be discontinuiS# until arrear. puid, except at the discretion inaerted itj UOUB matmeijfkt ore dollar per ; the three WK insertions,-Juid K cent* for each additional inner* ,‘ Be who send in their ill please to mention how often , then inserted, otherwise they ,'ntinued until forbid, and chargingly- ' H communications and letter • on W l he—.ROST PAID.

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TOOKE’S PANTHEON. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817

TOOKE’S PANTHEON. A new and improved edition of Tooke’s Pantheon has lecently been pub* fished, for the use of schools, by Air. Edward J* Coaie, of this city. In the old edition of the abovenientioi.ed work, the plates of the heathen deities arc so shockingly defective, that the ancientsmust have been idolaters indeed, if they! could possibly have worshipped such 1 monsters. Aurora, Minerva, Juno, and all those deities whose beauty has been i celebrated in juchfkscinaring strains by I the anrient poets, anp represented by I sncl) hideous figures in the old edition, as would disgrace so many Cmc'erilbw at a washing tub. Mr. Cole has substituted for these as many beautiful line ehgraving!, which without any violation of modeflly, give to the eye the form and figure of those fabulous deities. ’I be principal objections that may be urged against the engravings furnished by Mr. Cole, is, that they appear, on inspection, to be too monumental. 'I bey were, probably, tjiltcn in the first in...

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Interesting Philosophical Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817

Interesting Philosophical Inquiry. The philosophical Society of the city of New-York, having through the medium of the National Intelligencer ofthe 3d inst, had" the following hint* submitted to k ". > / ■ 1 editor* of the M*r» I can tile jiUveriiter have bee* favored with* the Subjoined replies. * rao* the 'smtV LLioewcs*. Query,—aiiib* rcrhtrt and southern hemispheres analogous? (o) *•. la there a couth polar star answering in appearance to thenoith polar •star? (b) * 3. Are there fircurn polar stars to . the .south answering in appearance to ’ the circum polar stars to the north? (c) S. hoes the sun, from the 22d ►> p tember to the 20th of haaich, rise u he south cast and set to the south west of every place of observation in the south* ern hemisphere ' (d) 4. Is there twilight during right at 48° south latitude on the 22d Lecen.ter; and at 60® can the inhabitants lead and wiite throughout the night by the a d of twilight alone; and at 6fe 1-2* is the sun to...

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FOR THE MERCANTILE ADVERTISER. REPLIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817

FOR THE MERCANTILE ADVERTISER. REPLIES. (a) The two hemispheres are very unlike each' other in figure, height of mountains, and in vegetable and animal productions. The southern is .colder

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817

TEW PLAYS. ived from the Shakespeare ew-York, aydriety of in and amusing PLAY sting of Tradegy, Corned Farce, among which are tie of New-Orleans; or G md Aoyalty, i«jp or Child gf the Desert, or the Noble Shepherd, :y Thieves, False Delicacy the great bandit, the Heart, the Heart-Ache, ie for /.ove, they were and Maids as ife arid Hare a Wife, ley Moon, > ny and Mrs. Wiggins, >r Oratory _ir Authors, he World and Not at Horn ither Cock, agf'iawyer, Kahce, of Momns, below stairs, torn), Hoi Virginia, pfSerento, ier Out-wilted, 5. aud the ■ . in London. Btc. —A L S 0— aeons and School BOOK AV 1N G GAUDS by ‘•ngl- peck. s - V. T. CALDWEL October JtH. G JOCKEY CL lACES. ■h*run for on Wednesday town’ ° Ver * handsorae ct *urseof SOO Dl esand repeat, and o ***> tw o miles and 'May the ITth'one M

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817

IJST OF LETTERS Remaining in the Poet-Office, Lees- . burg, Va. on the ,Ist of October, Which if not lifted before the Ist of J/amhary, will be sent, to the General Post- Office, as dead letters. . B. Samuel M. Boss, Wm, Bevers, Thus. Brown, Benjamin Bradfield Peter Boss; Sampson Bhncoe, 5; John 1,. Berkley, 3; Leah Bay ley, J. ti. Bell, Jacob iiromwcll, Samuel Buck. C ' ■ iij James Cohick, Alex. Cowper, John: Curley, Sarah Campbell, Huvvl. Chinn, George E. Cordell, Isaiah Carr, John Court, J>hn H. Canbyi William Cline, Loisa Chesley, Lucy Carter. 0. - iW . James Drake, John Downs, John Dun* das, Samuel Dawson, 3; Pat. Durney, 3. E. Lewis Ellzey, Henry Ellis., F. Sinir Fox, John Fordice, 2; Mr. Palely, Richard Fling, Elizabeth Frazer, 3; Susanna Fulton, Simon Frazer, Rev. Joseph Fry, William Francis. G. James Gallaher, 3; James Grecnleese, Samuel G. Griffith, Joseph Goie. Israel Gibson, Amy Grasou, Wm Grason, 3; William Gilmore, Enos Garrett. ' m H. James H Hamilton, 15; ...

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THE RECESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817

THE RECESS. BYRON’S ENIGMA. The following ingenious enigma is from the pen of Lord Byron. Let those whose genius prompts them to search after ‘‘hidden things,” exercise their latent powers in poetic numbers to produce a solution. ■ TW AS whisper'd in Acav'n and mUtter’d in Aell, And ecAo caught softly the sound as it , fells In the coniines of eartA 'twas permitted to rest, And the depths of the ocean its presence contest; ‘Twas seen in the UgAtning/and heard in the tAunder: ’ 1 ’Twill be found in the spAtf-es when riv’ri asunder; It was given to man with his earliest breatA, It assists at his birtA aad attends him in deatA, < Presides oe’r his Aappiness,, Aonor, and Aealth, Is the prop of his Aouse, and the end of his wealtA, It begins every Aope every wish it must abound. And though unassuming, with monarcAs is crown’d; In the Aeaps of the miser ’tis Aoardcd with care, But is sure to be lost in .the prodigal heir. Without it the sailor and soldier may roam, But woe to t...

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HUM O U R. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817

HUM O U R. Dr. Johnson being asked bis opinion of a certain nabob, better known by his riches than his learning or intellect—“A mete sheep, sit, wtgi o golden Jleece,” observed the cynic. A simple fellow, who held an official situation in the Romish church, wrote an account of #hat he had expended in' these terms: Item. Five pence for combing the tqil of St. George s horse. ; Item. Ten pence for cleaning the deaths of two saints. Item. Twenty pence for hanging up two angels. A very serious complaint was lodged a few years ago in Leicestershire, before a justice of the peace, and one of the quo rum against a simple countryman, for having ‘oam’d thk Kino!* A warrant was accordingly issued, and the poor trembling delinquent dragged before the bench, When the following very keen and pointed interrogatories were put to him: Justice. Harked you fellow! how came you wickedly and profanely to damn hit roost sacred majesty George the Third, of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King, defend...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817

Oak-Land Farm for Sale. THIS farm is situated on the main road leading from Hay-Market to Fred ericksburg and is twenty two miles from the Wttcr place, containing 750 Acres; there is a good reserve of Woodlandi (say 200 acres) and several never failing springs, with branches running through the land to produce water for stock. The soil in its original state was very good, but some: part of it has been rather hard pushed; however from a small trial that has beep made it is found to be well adapted to clover and piaister,‘takes manure kindly and holds a good coat—twenty years cultivated in corn and wheat al ternately and the third year in pasture, which affords ho rest. I have engaged the fly-proof wheat for seeding from a gentleman of veracity, who will deliver the pure grain, and as it is desirable that the purchaser of the land should take with it the growing crop of corn 8c seed wheat, both of which shall be had at a reasonable pride, he can go to seeding by the middle of Septembe...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817

Land for Sale, •iteE subscriber offers for sa 150 Acres of Land, Lying in Fauquier county, within i and a half of Paris, about sixty cleared, finely timbered and waterei equal to any land in the coUnty ft production of wheat and other qp and well adaptedrto plaistcr, and c There is a good new LOG I>t LING HOUSE, within sixty yai Ml excellent spring. The above is very conveniently situated to merchant tnilfs and saw mills, as is two or three within a mile and « of it. A further description is de I unnecessary as it is presumed any p wishing to purchase, will view the ] ises. ISAAC SETTI Paris, September 16.—ftf. Public Sale. be sold for cash on Sat T the 35 th day of October, 18 fair, if not the next fair day after. Si by virtue of a deed of trust given by Stephenson, to the subscribers, to s a sum of money, to b&paid to Su Donohoe, the lease right to a Tract of Land, called Mount Pleasant lying in Fi county immediately on the road le from Leesburg to Alexandri...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817

SHAW Ti|pj t JVb. 229, Mbrket sireet,f,, ,j below Howard street, Respectfully inform • the i " Loudoun and other couni e , j l ire regularly supplied by y,!* manufactures with a v« ’ Ipaisive assortment of I Domestic Goods if Cfto* j which they ore authorised tjij | Philadelphia prices, and on ' terms. They particularly ly. j with whom they hive not 1 pleasure of dealing, to call M their goods. j September 23.—[3 w. FALL GOODS. WE Jhave received per the, and othdr arrivals, our Fall supnj China, Glass Earthen \ comprising a very general a s« They are offered to me public ail duceo prices. J THIPLfeTT & Alexandria, King Street, ) September 23. j | ICP The Winchester Constj requested to give the above 3 j 100,000 Bushels of Wanted, FOR which the highest pricewill be paid, delivered at my wait] in George-Town; or five cent*i delivered at the Columbia miles from Georgetown. P. S.—l am .pleased to info people of Loudoun, t{iat the hill,i Potomac bridge, has been grout, the tu...

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