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■CO KBIT 10 NS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817
■CO KBIT 10 NS. IcENirs or Li«&lt;**tt will bell once a week on good medium Ij-VVO DyLLAPIS per annum, [in advance, or TWO DOLLdHt'TY CENTS, if not paid L expiration of the year. No 111 be discontinue*! until arrear- | puiU, except at the discretion |itor. i.: # LtisEments \vJII be inserted in |uous manne#at one dollar per | r the three «sf insertions, and | c ce nu for each additional inseriose who send in their advertises |i]| please to mention how often ft, then, inserted, otherwise they Inlinueb until forbid, and charg. iinglyft// co mmunie»Mona and letter* on ftuW be—ROST PJID.
levv plays. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817
levv plays. |iwd from the Shakespeare Gal-few-l'ork, a vdriety of interI and amusing FLATS, Mag of Tradegy, Comedy I Farce, avimg which are I tie of New-Orleans; or Glory, kind y.oyalty, lisp or Child of the Desert, I or the Noble shepherd, |y Thieves, False Delicacy and K the great bandit, hr the Heart, ■ the Heart-Ache, hie lor Z-ove, ■ they were and Maids as they Wife and Have a Wifej hey Moon, &gt; her Teens,.. Iny and Mrs. Wiggins, hr Oratory hr Authors, Ihe World and Not at Horn*, lather Cock, lage lawyer, h Farce, pi of Momtis, Be below stairs, ■land, Ho! I Virginia, h'h'onology, I of Serenlo, her Out twitted, he, and the h in Condon. &amp;c. I —ALSO—peons and School BOOKS—|A\ING CARDS by the |S‘HgL peck. I «• E. T CALDWELL. i r S’i October Jtfi.
IJST OF LETTERS [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817
IJST OF LETTERS Remaining in the Post-Office, Leesburg, Va. on the Ist of October, which if not lifted before the Ist of Janhnni, will be sent to the General Post-Office, as dead Utters, B. Samuel M. Boss, Wm,. Bevers, Thos. Brown, Benjamin Bradfield Peter Bosa, Sampson Blmcoe, 5; John L. Berkley, 2; Leah Bay ley, J. U. Bell, Jacob iiromwell, Samuel buck. C. James Cohick, Alex. Cowper, John Curley, Sarah Campbell, Hawl. Ch nn, George E. Cordell, Isaiah Carr, John Court, John H. Canby, William Cline, Loisa Chesley, Lucy Carter. D. - ‘ Vi , James Drake, John Downs, John Dundas, Samuel Dawson, 2; Pat. Dorney, 3. E. Lewis Ellzey, Henry Ellis.. F. SinjrFox, John Fordice, 3; Mr. Fate* ly, Riiliard Fling, Elizabeth Frazer, 3; Susanna Fulton, Simon Frazer, Rev. Joseph Fry, William Francis. G. James Gallaher, 3; James Greenleese, Samuel G. Griffith, Joseph Goie, Israel Gibson, Amy Grasou, Wm Grason, 3; William Gilmore, Enos Garrett. H. James H Hamilton, 15; Lewis Hard* en, Thos &amp;...
TOOKE’S PANTHEON. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817
TOOKE’S PANTHEON. A new and improved edition of Tookc’s Pantheon hub itccnUy been published, for the use of schools, by A. r. Edward J. Coale, of this city. In the old edition of the abovementioi.ed work, the plates of the heathen deities are so shockingly defective, that the ancients must have been idolaters indeed, if they could possibly have worshipped such monsters. Aurora, Alincrva, Juno, and all those deities whose beauty has been celebrated in&gt;ucb'fascinating itrains by the anrienl poets, are represented by sue I) hideous figures in the old edition, as would disgrace so many Cinc'eriila* at a washing tub. Mr. Cole has substitute ed for these as many beautiful line engravings, which witiiout any violation of modelky, 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. "1 hey were, pro.bably, taken in the fir...
Interesting Philo? optical Inquiry• [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817
Interesting Philo? optical Inquiry• The -Philosophical Society of the city of New-York, having through the medium of the National Intelligencer of the 3d inat had- the following hints submitted to its consideration, the editors of the Altr • cantiie JhlyeriUtr have been favored with the Subjoii ed replies. » FROM THE tNTELLICEMCm. Qcr r v,— How ' far » e (be rit hcrt and southern hemispheres analogous? (a) 1. is there a south polar star answering in appearance to the north polar •star? ( 6 ) r 3. Are there fircum polar stars to , the .south answering in appearance to the ciicum polar stars in the north? (cj S. Does the sun, from the 22d &gt;(» tember to the 20th of 3Wch, rise u Lm south east and set to the south west of every place of observation in the southern hemisphere ? (d) 4. Is there twilight during right at 48° south latitude on the 22d December; and at 60° can the inhabitants lead and write throughout the mght by the a d of twilight alone; and at 6&lt;&a...
♦ TOR THE MERCANTILE ADVERTISES* REPLIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817
♦ T OR THE MERCANTILE ADVERTISES* REPLIES. (a) The two hemispheres are very unlike each' other in figure, heigh: of mountains, and in vegetable and animal production*. The southern i* colder, •ife] the northern has a longer duration of •unshine (h) Ko. (c) The southern celestial hemisphere contains stars which have' teen regularly grouped by astronomers with constellations. tC7“ dot * ” ot r tht t/ufHtion. ' fd e) Referred to the problems solved hy the artificial globe or sphere. (f) It is nut recollected that any person has in the northern hemisphere seen the sun to the south during the night. ft?) 7t is believed the laws of magnetism are the same in both hemispheres the magnetified vision being acted upon in the sahie Way. (A) There is no report by travellers of the intensity of cold about the Anarctic circle on the 32d December. On the coittrarvi our navigators employ that se a son to double Tav.e Horn. Nq;- have wr any evidence &gt; f the intense heat about thd Arctic ci...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817
W JOCKEY CLUB RACES.. I L b * rUn or on Wednesday the town’ ° Ver 3 * landsome course Purse of 200 Dollars , f ** nd re Pcat, and on Thursday “y- * w ° miles and repeat 'urse of ibo Dollars, •'day the 17th one mile and re--5 UVs e of at least g!5O, (Sturday the 18th an elegan w UOLE al,d martin orth at least FIFTY DOL sec’ry (s' trecu'r 30,A —[2 W . x -ijC 'nachsfor 1818, EA T THIS OFFICE.
FROM AMELIA- [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817
FROM AMELIA- Savannah, Sept. 23 \Ve have just time (o slate, that we have conversed with a gentleman direct from Amelia, Who informs us that the patriots epm pteiely defeated Hue Spaniards on' the 13th inst. and compelled them to retreat nine miles. Several officers belonging to the Spaniards were killed. On the part ol the Patriots, no loss sustained whatever. Col. Irwin was daily receiv- - lily reinforcements; and it is confidently thought that lie will be able to hold possession of the town of Fernandiita. The Spanish force amounted to five hundred yien. composed of negiocs, Spaniards and renegade Americans. ’Pile patriots had on the day of battle not more than one hundred and fifty men—General MacGregor and suit have sailed for Nassau, (n. p ) In the brig St. Joseph. Two large ships, prizes, a: rived at Amelia last week, supposed to be worth two hundred and fitly thousand dollars— Commodore An a r had also arrived at Amelia with two large privateers, and a -prize captured by him...
J'ROM HAVANA. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817
J'ROM HAVANA. Charleston, Se/it, 34.—Uy the bng Martha, captain Vincent, fiom Havana, which arrived at Quarantine last evennig, we learn that an answer to a late application of some merchants of that place, to the intendaut, respecting the tonnage of American vessels, they were informed it would not at present be reduced; this du'y amounted to 180.000 dollars the last year. Accounts had been received of the safe delivery of the queen of Spain, of a son. Havana had. become quite healthy; the yellow fever haying entirely subsided. Markets, nee VJ dolls.) flour 16 and very plenty; molasses IbJ bills, coflee 24 tU sugar 7 a 10 dollars. ’
GENIUS OF LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817
GENIUS OF LIBERTY. Tunsmr, oct. 14. y ICT - Tbft. favor of kubaeribfr” is received, but it is out of oar powfr, at present, to comply with his request. W izzard has been taking a peep from his observatory at the married ladies, and has favored us with a tew guetsca for them. 1 hey shall have a place in the first spare corner. \ CONTEST i.U ELECTION. The present contest between general Mason and colonel Mereet involves pnu ciples of the deepest importance to eveiy individual in this congressional district, From the commencement of this elec, tion the most unremitted exertions have been made on the part of federalists to secure the election of colonel Mercer.Every mean has been resorted to from stump eloquence, where the Virgin blush mantled the palid cheek of the modest unassuming orator, down to the most absurd private flattery, and perhaps the meanest intrigue. Every void good, bad and indifferent has been dragged forth to prop a tottering cause. Every art that the profound wisdom ...
FOR THE 6BXICS OF EIBERTY. To the people of Londmin, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817
FOR THE 6BXICS OF EIBERTY. To the people of Londmin, Iw replying to MK IvfercetV late address to you. 1 shall pass over the histo ry of the last years of his life, and of that of his family, with which he has been pleased to favor us, presuming that they arc as little interesting to the public,- as they are connected with the controversy between us. 1 will, however, male this remark in passing, that professions the bohust are not always evidence the strongest, of the purity and integrity of character. And that the man who can ‘ blow hot, and blow cold with the same breath,” who is one thing in private, and another in public. should, as the proverb recommends, it., a case noieutirely dissimilar especially if he makes many professions, have a good memory, or he sl.oulo have very confidential and trusty friends. To the declaration that he was wantonly insulted during the late electioneering' canvass, I can only answer that 1 never heard of his being involved in any personal altercation...
I disputed votes. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817
I disputed votes. ”'" c Xrr 1 Wash- e . txtract them from »»hingtoman of last week. ' James Beavers or Severs, John Beavers or Be vers, William Beavers or ;Severs, William Blakely, David Beattie, Beatty or Beaty, John Beattie, Beatty or Beaty. Janies Beattie. Beatty or Beaty, James Brown, Henry Bor ed urn or Bennidiim, William I Bronafigh Peter Beneduin or Ltnnidum the younger, John Bepedum or Ueimiduni. Hencily or Hen | ly Boggess, John Btnedum or lienni I dum the younger, John Clip, Jesse Carj ter, Ofeorge l atter* William K. Combs, i fas. Corhran, jr. David I. Coe or Cooe, j Edwaid M. ( oe or t one, \&lt; illiam Coe ' of Cooe, Alexander Cordell, Samuel ! Cordell. Hiram ("arrfcy, James Cross, Ozzey Clemmons, Jos. Currey, Thomas Clews, Joseph Davis. William H. Dorsey nr Dawsy. Sami Dawson, John Davis William Harne-F trick H. Doug las, Stephen Daniel, Robeit Ergin, Jesse Evans, Sanford, or Sandford Endmonds, Lewis Ellzey lames FarquKar, William C. litzhugh, Kichaixl Fling Mi...
GEJVMOJIL MISCMIUWT. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817
GEJVMOJIL MISCMIUWT. , General Bernard.— A late number of the Mobile Gazette, pays the following tribute to this officer, in announcing his visit and duties as engineer, &amp;c. «We were a few days since favored with a visit h'om General Bernard, a distinguish* ed Frenchman, and an eminent engineer. He a short time since held a conspicuous situation under Napoleon, and is now in'the service of the United Stales. We understand that he has vis Ued, under the direction of the government, all the passes by which an enemy i may approach the state of .Louisiana I from the ocean, and that his visit here ■ was f Vi a similar purpose—He also in- j spects all the forts and defensible positions, and we learn it to be his decided opinion, that the fort in the town of A/obile is unnecessary. We hope the goveminent will join him in opinion, as the removal of tire tort w.Il tend veiy much to the beauty and convenience of this! place. A large society for the protection of the Cotton Trade, ...
MARRIED, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817
MARRIED, On Wednesday, the Bth inst. by the yev William Gilmore, Mr. Reuse* Hutchison to Miss Lean Bath. “ Oft Saturday last, by the same Mr. Jasper Thompson to Miss Amin to Rivers, all of this county. —— In Alexandria, on Thursday last, by the rev. Mr. Wilmer, Mr. Robert Bentley of this town, to Miss Catharine Long don, of the former place
Branch Bank of the Valley' [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817
Branch Bank of the Valley' : THE public are hereby informed that the commiaaioneis appointed by the last legislature pf Virginia, to receive subscriptions, for the slock of the bank of the valley, at Leesburg, will open hooka for this purpose mi the Ist day of Nov. next ai Mr. Austin's tavern in thetown of LeesvuPg. The hooks will be kept open ten days. Ihe capital stock is divided into shares of one hundred dollars, ana made payable in five instalments of twenty dollars each. The first at the time of subscribing and the remaining four on the first day bt January, Match, May, and July next I he aclPuf incorporation can be seen by applying at the clerk's office, or to any magistrate in the county. THE COMMISSIONERS. October 14.—[3w,