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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817
! PUBLIC SALE. WILL be sold on Monday the 17th day of next monthdall my laim laying in Loudoun county,(Vu.) containing op* wards of Four Hundred Acres of excellent farming lands, nearly all of which \i adjoining Leesburg, (the county town.) ALSO, An elegant Brick House in Leesburg, calculated for any kind of public bus ness, as there are bt| nging to it an extensive yard, stabling and out lot of considerable magnitude. There will be sold at the same time a Road Waggon and fur large Waggon Horses , with their harness, all ready to go ini mediately upon the road. ALSO, some ex* cellent Milch Cows , and Sheep, a quantity of U A Y by the ton, and a variety of Farming Utensils, too tedious to enumerate. Peisone wishing to purchase can view the premises by applying to me. Sale to commence at 10 o’clock and terms made known by P. BENEDUM. Leesburg, V a . } Ocuber 7. 5, —[»*. PUBLIC SALE. WILL be offered at public tale,'on the 30th ’fist at the late dwelling of ias. ‘ice dec’d in Leesburg, ...
tJS" [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817
tJS" THE IVOKLD A B i f'HBKVt SH&amp;PS 0»r notions rightly ‘‘kittled up,” • Nfltee a dmint can haite*, -j That all the world’s a WterVshop, I ffiiuii a hapß&gt;. .j|; J *The farmer he’* a barber, friend, Andready in a trice. sir, To lather with a retomnieod. And Share oa with a price, alt*. f' ■ ' • ' . -:\l; \ u v Mechanics, they are barbers all, ; v Nor lackeys at the play, sir. They lather when for work they call, And shave us for.ihe pay, sir# , The doctor, he’s a batter too, He lathers with a pil), yir, And many applicants orfew, , He shaves them tvitit a bill, sir. V”' * d The merchant, he’s s barber, too. And who Drat him surpasses! He iatbersAvith fine calico. And shavao the beardless lasses. Our congress members lately have l Assu ni *d the barber’s station, 1 withou lather (red to shave, With double compensation. J - * ' But ’f all the soils bedaubing host With razors whet the keenest— The lawyer lathers folks the most. And shaves mankind the cleanest. Fro...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817
SHAW TIFFANY, W&gt;. 229. Market street. (a few doors below Howard street,} Baltimore, Respectfully inform the merchants of Loudoun and other counties, that they are regularly supplied by tltc northern manufactures with a very large and extensive assortment of . , Domestic Goods Cotton Yarn, which they are authorised to sell at the F/iHade/fiMa firicet, and.on very liberal terns. They particularly Invite those with whom they have not yet had the pleasure of dealing, to call , and view their goods. September 23 *OO,OOO Bushels of Wheat , Wanted t ,£9 R highest price in cast will be paid, detiyered at my ware-house id Oeorge.Town; or five cents extia, ii delivered, at the Columbia Mills, twe miles from Georgetown. P '. S iTI an ! P ,eMed to inform the people of Loudoun, that the hill, near the Potomac bridge, has been grounded by tbe turnpike company,' so that loaded waggons can return without difficulty. GtO. JOHMpON. September ?3^-£laj.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817
two _ from the hitter place, com v ' 750 Acres;- .. there i» a good reserve of Woodland (say 300 acres) and several never failing springs,'with branches running through the land to produce wsterforsloch.’Vhe soil in its original state was eery good, but some part of it has been rathe/ hard pushed; ho wever from asmlll trial that has been made it is found to be well a&lt; dapted to clover and plaislerr takes ma&lt; nure kindly and holds a good coat- twenty yearn cultivated in corn and whsat alternately and the third year in pasture, which affords no rest T have engaged the fly-proof wheat for seeding. from a gentleman of veracity, who-will deliver the pure grain, and as it is dedimbic that -the purchaser of the land with it the growing crop of corn k oei wheat, both Of Which shall be, had at a reasonable price; he can go to seeding by the middle of SeptembCt and bare complete possession by*, the middle of October Tbercford the earlier the apSication the better. Tbebui...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817
told &gt; th* psth dw October, lair, if not the next lair c ay sftet by virtue of a deed of trust given by John Stephenson, to the subscribers, to secure a sum of money. to be paid to Stephen Donoboe, the base right to a ' Tract vJJjmd, called Mount Pleasant lying in Fal, county immediately on the rojwL leadii from Leesburg to Alexandria. The sale trill commence .at 13 o’clock. ■ THOMAS MOSS, R*n H. HENDERSON. September 3.—tds. Notice, Was conamitted'as a mneway to the ail of this county on the 14th of Aug. 1817, a black man who calls himself lamfesor JAMES WAKEII,f about 5 feet fl or 9 inches high, of a black complexion, thick lips flat nose, part of ffis upper teeth gone, and has several scars oU him; he lias one scar on hisnose between his ejes. 8c a large sefar on his breast and several otheis about his body. The said negro is about thir ty years of age. The owner of said ne gro is requested to come and prove pro perly, pay charges and take him away, otherwise he" will b...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 14 October 1817
and afn the lone lowing of thihate colonel IJmqias C&lt; ut"' TtuMlO-LOtci fifty One and the fcrttaioder on the This is a fine property. TKtl at the mouth of Goose creek, t of water abundant, and the co is a great wheat country. Ftuj be brought; to the mill in boats ease, and flour taken from it ttfi Town fongPfiy cents . P* r 1 town of Leesburg Is 3 or 4 *9«k A LOT of LAND i above, containing about 360 Acres} it is bounded in part by Goose t. ihe f'otoir.ar k ,!s of a good toil i suited ti) the improved system « mg. It Contains ti cm6o to a rich bottom 3d. - A LOT containing ab 208 Acres* lying bn the east side of the road oy Mr'- Havener's shop ing the land of Ludwell Leo, J*, 4th. i wo lots nearly opposite U, Lee’s house one containing j7o a oihtt 135 acres. . ,_J The 1 eeshurg and Geotgetos pike roads will pass through tL !ast named tracts, and dec tstve i taking to accomplish this road. • A third pait oi each of the i ‘ or there abou's is in Wood, of sale, which are ver...
Coa’D/ino**- [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 October 1817
Coa’D/i no**- L ltv , or * iH *• weak on good mWium ItWO DOLLARS perannum, I* »dranee, or TWO JPOLL FIFTY CENXS, if not paid L, tX pir»lion of they raft No C|be dtacontSimod until arrear- | p,id/except nt the discretion r’.urtTi win be inserted in at one dollar per three first insertions, and r ffn (t Hr each additional inaer[L wh&lt;) M nd in their advertiie-im-lr***to mention how often ■rtbi'n inserted, otherwise they Eadnued until forbid, and charg. fefingirLa mnmwutotlont and letter* pn L ff I*—POST PAID.
K| w pLA,ya [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 October 1817
K| w pLA,ya ISteed from the Shakespeare OhU Wftv.'rork, a variety of inter- ■ mi amusing FLATS, Smtiwg Tradegy. Comedy ■ Fan*, among which an ■tie of Sew*Orle«n»} or Glory* ■hlrotr Child of the Desert, K or the Noble Shepherd, ■ty Thieves, False Delicacy and jHi the great bandit, |Bbr the Heart, S' ll * Heert«Ache, ■jblerloi*, , ■ Kfe they were end Maids as they Bfftfc and Hare a Wife, Sett Moon. Mfcir Teens, Srtyand Mrs. Wiggins, IB* Orators, Bl* Authors, ■t&amp;c World and Not at Home, ■stiller Cock, ■Owe lawyer, ■ s Farce, Set) of Momut, Site below attire,' ■fl.nd.llol Bd Virginia, B Chronology, B* of Scrento. Blher Out&gt;witted, Bin, and the' Bn in London, he. B —A L So—Btneoui and School BOOK S Baying cards by the Br tingle pack. ■ «. B. T. CALDWELL. Barg, Ottebir 7&lt;*.
LIST'OF LETTERS [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 October 1817
LIST'OF LETTERS Remaining in the Post-Office, Leaburp, Va. on the Ist of October, which if not lifted before the Ut of January, will be tent to the General Post. Office, as dead tetters. '# B. .it- t' Samuel M. Bose, Wm. Severs, Thos. Brown, Benjamin Bradfield, Peter Boas* Sampson Blincoe, 5; John L. Berkley, S; Leah Bay icy, J. B. Bell, Jacob Bromwcll, Samuel Buck. &lt; C. James Cohick, Alex. Cowper, John Gprlef, Sarah Campbell, Rawl. Chinn, George E. Cordell, itaiah Carr, Johil Court, John H. Canby, VV tiliam Cline, Leisa Chealey, Lucy Carter. , D. James Drake, John Downs, John Dundas, Samuel Dawson. 3; Pat. Domey, E. Lewis Ellzey, Henry Ellis. F. Sinir Fox, John Fordice, 5; Mr. Fate* ly, Richard Fling, Elisabeth Fraser, 3i Susanna Pulton, Simon Frazer, HerJoseph fry, William Francis. C. ' James Galiaher, 3; James Greenleese. Samuel G. Griffith. Joseph Goie, Israel Gibson, \«ny Graton, Wm. Grason, 3; William Gilmore, TLnos Garrett. ' H. James H Hamilton, IS; Lewis Hard' en...
| ANDREW JACKSON. >l«* "til till or OKU. JiCMW|* JUST nuilMD) [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 October 1817
| ANDREW JACKSON. &gt;l«* "til till or OKU. JiCMW|* JUST nuilMD) &lt; la tha pcnbn of gen. Jacktonfe perceiV•4 nothing of the robust or elegant. I Ha it six teet Be one inch high, remarkably straight am) spare, and weighs not ; more th&amp;n one bundled and forty-fivn I pounds. HH conformation Wins to •disqualify him for hardship; yet accustomed to it froth early life, few are ca* pabie of enduring fatigue to the same extent or with less injury.- Hi* dark Uueeyca, with brows arched and projecting, possess a marked expression; but when from r.ny cause, excited- they sparkle with peculiar lustre and penetration. In his address commanding* while his countenance marked with firmness and' decision, beams with n strength and intelligence that strikes «t fust sight. In his' deportment there ia nothing repulsive. Easy; affable, and fanMfiVJHe if dpen and accessible to all* Influenced by the belief, that. merit should constitute the only difference in Ben, his attenti...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 October 1817
Lwdeun eotfnty, ■"«. &gt; ■Octaffr Tth, !Mr.s ' F. Mercer, Esq, few will take notice that I shall Aou Monday the 3d day of No***t &gt; *| Kanky *| tavern, in Dum- * Monday the ipth day of the *•“«»»« Austin** tavern in Lees"J Monday the ITth day of the ®°u*h*at Richardson’s tavern near court bouset and on Monday the 7« the sane month at Mott a « Alexandria, in the District ot to take the testimony of sun ®ns, and to adduce other evidence « before the House of re ten Dext Congress of the Unit* *. m support ofmy right to a seat ■»oyi as the Representative of vgressional Districts and that I 5?!““’ M eacK of those places, tbe testimony, heaforesaid, until Wshallbe completed. armistead t. mason. h- — node's for isis, Bale at this office.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 October 1817
PUBLIC SAL WI LJL be sold on Monday the day of next month, all my lend lay Loudoun county, (Va.) contain!*) ward* off Four Hundred Ami of excellent farthing lends, needy yrbich la adjoining Z sraburg, (the ty town.) ALSO, M elegant Bride Hat* in Leesburg, calculated for any k public business, as there an belong it an extensive yard, stabling and i of considerable magnitude. There will be sold at the fane ti Road Waggon and Jour It Waggon Horses , with their harness, all ready to go i diately upon the road. JLSO, sot cellent Milch Cows, and Sheq a quantity of HAY by the ton, ; variety eif Farming Utensils, too ttedious to enumerate. Pi wishing to purchase Can view the | ses by applying to me. hale to mene* at U&gt; o’clock and terms known by P. BENEDI Leetkurg , Fa. &gt; October T. J —[ids. Branch JBank of the Fall 1 THE public are hereby informs i he commissioners appointed by tl ’egislatui* of Virginia, to receivi scriptions, for the stock of the be the raliey, at L...
HUMAN GRANDEUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 October 1817
HUMAN GRANDEUR. The sketches of Chauteaubriand during his “ Travels in Greece, Palestine, Egypt, and Barbary,” may please the enthusiastic reader. We copy the following.— [Catsk:ll Recorder, Sparta Sparta was then before me; and its theatre, to which my good fortune conducted me 1 on my first arrival. gave me immediately the positions of all.the quarters &amp; edifices, flighted and ran up the hill of the citadel. Just as I reached the top, the sun was rising behind the hills of Manelaion.— What a magnificent spectacle! but how melancholy! The solitary stream of the Eurotas running beneath the remains of the bridge Babyx; ruins on every side and not a creature to be seen among them. I stood motionless, in a kind of stupor, at the contemplation of this scene; a mixture of admiration and grief checked the current of my thoughts, and fixed me to the spot; profound silence reigned around me. Determined, at least, to make eche speak in a spot where'the human voice is no longer he...
GEM LIS OF LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 October 1817
GEM LIS OF LIBERTY. TUESDAY, OCT.iI. We would inform “Tartar” that “Noddy MugginV speech was mislaid last week in the editor’s absence, and not found until 100 late for this week’s paper. Maryland convalescent,— ln the next house of delegates the federalists will have only ten majority; last year the federal majority was thirty two. The representatives are repub. 35, fed. 4s. PENNSYLVANIA ELECTION. “The long agony is over;” but whetln r the combination’of federalism ic quidism has succeeded in putting down republicanism we are not able to state. Hiester, as was expected, has a large majority in the district of Philadelphia, which is all the returns we haye yet seen. The votes in Philadelphia and precints stand thus&lt; Wm. Findlay ----- 3858 Jos. Hiester ----- 5934
AMELIA [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 October 1817
AMELIA An attack was made on Amelia by land and water on the 13th ult. The royalists were defeated with consider* able loss. The reduction of the Floridas is spoken of with confidence. Mr. Ruggles Hubbard is appointed governor of the two Flondas. Col. Irwin ii appointed commander of the land forces. Manj troops have arrived. The harbor is crojvued with vessels. Such is the substance of the last accounts from Amelia; we place but little confidence , however, in the anonymous accounts, they are so various and contradictory.
RELIGIOUS WARFARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 October 1817
RELIGIOUS WARFARE. The Alexandria Gazette has for a long time groaned under the burthen of a religious contest. The writers have arrayed themselves under-the banners of the Catholic church and the Protestant Episcopal church. Much ability is displayed on both sides. Neither of the parties is deficient in point of style, and both discover great zeal and ingenuity in support of their respective tenets; but alas! like political bigots, too much denunciation poisons their columns. The persecutions of centuries that have long si nee passed away, are called up and set forth in their most aggravated colours to arouse the almost dormant prejudices of sectarian zealots. Were either as corrupt now as they prove they both have been, neither *would be worthy of the appellation of chrutian. It certainly must be an unprofitable contest that only tends to excite the feelings of fanaticism and kindle the fire of religious persecution. Modern refinement presents us with a new species «f w g The flam...