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A CARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 October 1817

A CARD. Mr. CHRISTOPHER VAl® Richmond, begs leave, thro’ the® of a public papery to tender hit I acknowledgements to the cilfl Leesbu rg for the very kind and® ble attention, which they have ® on the afflicted family of his ud® son, of whom together with ags® has pleased God to deprive hisl short space of Id days. Whet® been emulous to excel in office!® ness it is difficult to discrimim® gratitude, like his affliction, ise® agined than described. Thcpnfl the righteous have poured into® the balm of consolation and be® bled him to submit to tne afflict* pensation of providence. I

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
REPUBLICAN TRIUMPI AND J COODYISM PROSIKAII [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 October 1817

REPUBLICAN TRIUMPI AND J COODYISM PROSIKAII We are happy to announce ® umph of Republican principle!® derick county, Never was deft® unexpected, or more mortifying® opponents. Seldom were e® greater on their part, or more it® ours. They have at last discow® the freemen of Fredferick county® suffer their rights to be made i'll of “bargain anti sale." VVhat ® come of their thousand majority'® defiances and prophecies? "<® Yorick,” and alas, for poor 0® Our predictions have been fuP® grand council at Mr. Thom!® journed sine die on Monday I** l '® We shall not be immoder*#® rejoicings, as we pity the ty® our adversaries, but never had **■ er grounds fur exultation. ® By a refeience to the polli ll ® seen that three republicans a*® by good majorities. Mr. BucKi® eral) is elected by a majority 01 ® ver colonel Stemble. L»at ® the Federal majority, we belief® wards of three hundred* “O'® falling off is here." It i* fjj® to comment on this great w* l ® important fact is disclosed...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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I'iuL MJSCBLUUrr- [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 October 1817

I 'iuL MJSCBLUUrr- and AntiquariK is opened in the town of Lex■l Lu It is designed ■olic church is about tobebu.lt ■natii Ohio. IT ■irectors of the bank of the U. ■ve deternmined to establish a H nk at Louisville in the state ot ■«v ilepafier slates, that there are ■n boats building on the water. Kio and the Mississippi which IKleiethe number of twenty m Bers. , ' ‘ r ■- We have the authority ol ■tor a paper printed in FrankH i cnnessee, for stating that IK Ai< wife in that county a week m for three hundred and twenty Hr, Is there to be no discrimi■tween virtue and vice, in our ■ of foreign customs? ■lean has lately invented at Vi. Ktachine for needle work, by His said every kind of sewing Executed. A severe shock of an Hke was felt in Boston and its viH> the sth inst. Hion.—The Bellona gun powder ■ ou t 7t miles from Baltimore, blown up—three persons Hvhe explosion was sensibly ■itimore. Hra’t Marge —This beautiful ves■t last returned to Salem. She H viewed in...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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tfHE HAMPDEN OXEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 October 1817

tfHE HAMPDEN OXEN. Northampton., (Mat*.) Oef. I. Last week on Friday, the celebrated yoke of oxen bred and owned by colonel Chapin, of Springfield, was sold for 1000 dollaral They were purchased through the influence of a distinguished farmer and gentleman Of Jamaica Plain, and will be exhibited at the approaching cattle show in Brighton. One of these cattle is said to exceed the famous bullock in England, and to surpass the Bissel ox, and every thing of the k<nd heretofore produced in this country. We feel a gratification that the enterprise ami laud able efforts of col. Chapin have beep so handsomely rewarded. TO A FRIEND IN THE COUNTRY. QUESTION. A huge sea serpent, large and strong, Whose head ’tis said ia nine feet lohg, Then half his body and length of head Is just (he length of tail ’tis said; Then put the head and tail together, The length of body they do measure: Now tell, 1 pray, from what is said. This serpent’s length, body tail & head? ANSWER. Res...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 October 1817

OBITUAR Y VO MCE. DIED.—In tiiis town on the 14th inst. J. E. Vail, aged 7 years, eldest son of Qr. J. E. Vail, who d ed in this town on the 30th ult. Unusual prematurity of talent, piety, and filial affection, characterised his youthful pilgrimage. But he has gone the way of all living Gone from a world of misery and strife, Ere guile had power to do his nature harm, » Serenity press’d him as he gave up life, \nd watch’d to see his exit calm. Not e’en a fear bedew’d his beaut’ous face, Not e’en a struggle spoke his inward pain, And when a mother snatch’d a last embrace His little pressure bade her not complain. The smile that play’d upon his dimpled cheek. As death the twinkling orbs of childhood clos’d Presaging joy of future bliss did speak; And he already seeem’d in heav’n re- . P°»*dGo then, blest innopent! unto thy God, Dwell in his bosom, fount of ev’ry bliss; Nor fear the power of his avenging rod, Who ne’er offended) nor did aught amiss.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 October 1817

[ A Great Bargaint THE subscriber being desirous of removing to the state of Kentucky, offers for sale that VALUABLE FARM on which he resides* situated about eleven miles from Leesburg, in the county of Lbudoun, containing about 170 Acres. It is now in a high state of cultivation’ and the quality of the soil is believed to be inferior to none in the county. It is well wooded & watered. The improvement*. are comfortable, and there is a goods TONE DISTILLERY completely fixed for carrying on that bus* iness. One third of the purchase money will be required in hand, and the balance in two annual instalments, to secure which a lien on the land will be required. THOMAS MARKS. October 21st—3w. FAMILY BIBLES Adorned with plates and maps, Testar meats, Hymn-Books, #c.just received and for sale at this office. —ALSO— The life of Fletcher, together, with Ms posthumous works, Taylor’s Enquiry, Agricultural Chemistry, .\/ o 11, ci,n ■V aikers, Johnsons, 'A ebster’s, Perry s, Allison ...

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Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 October 1817

FOR SALE. BY Virtue of a deed of trust ext by Uriah Mcßnight to William AJ joy. to secure the payment oi a. su money, therein mentioned; will be cd for sale, for cash, on the 33d N< ber next, at the house of Said McK aii that tract or parcel of > LAND, whereon the said McKnight now near Hopewell, Fauquier connty, at ing the lands* of Dennis Griffith, Cl Duncan, Carr’s heirs, Thomas Ti John Houdersbell artd T nomas Wh containing upwards of two hundre ere*. Such conveyances as are nec fy will be made to the purchaser. m ALVIN HUN DON, 7> {- by bit attorney John C. don. October 31, — [if. For Sale,. A TRACT OF J..LYL Containing by survey 36t>i acres ate at the seventi, milt ■ LittleJkver Loudoun 10 Va. mis ot about I ly acres, is heavy and stantial timber, Which with’ its vie to the markets of the .district, ant growing scarcity of timber, particu in the adjacent neighborhood, reno extremely valuable. The land, gen ly, is oi a ver) good quali...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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THE BECESS, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 October 1817

THE BECESS, SOLUTION OF LORD ftYRON’S ENIGMA. H was whisper'd in //caven>Bc mutter’d in //ell, , And ecAo caught sweetly (he AT as it fell; In dartA, as its limits, it tranquilly dwells, And with ocean resides in the deptA of its '■ cells; In the tAunder is heard, in the ligAtning appears, • And at time’s awful close, will be found in the spAeres, To man, with his earliest breatA it wee giv’n, Assists at his birtA, from his dealA can’t be di iv’p: His Aonor, Aealth, Aapp'mess, leads as a friend. Of bis Aopse is the prop, of bis wealtA ia 4|ie end: Er’ry #&pe it begins, every wisA it e’er close, And though very meek, e’en with monarcAs reposes: 13y the miser is care in his Aeaps, A I3ut its profit the keeps. ' Without it the soldier St'srilor may rove But who takes it from Aome makes a wretched remove: In the wAispers of cbncience ks voice is not lost, Nor drownd’d when in wAirlwinds of passion we’re toss’d: It softens the Aeart, and though deaf to the ear, Whe...

Publication Title: Genius Of Liberty, The
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PUNCTUATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 October 1817

PUNCTUATION. ' A generous Prior of a monastery had the following inscription put over his g«te: Be open evermore, O thou my door— To none be shut, to honest or to poor. After his death, his successor, who was very avaricious, had one point alter* «d, by which the signification was com* pletely changed, viz: Be open evermore, O thou my door To none- he shut to honest or too pear.

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ELEGANT EXTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 October 1817

ELEGANT EXTRACT. From a Sermon on Domtetic Ha/jiineet. BY THE REV. WILLIAM JAY. • * * * • OH, what ao refreshing, bo toothing, to satisfying, a» the placid joys of home ! See the traveller. Does duty call him for a season to leave his beloved family? The image of his earthly happiness continues vividly in his remembrance; it quickens him to diligence, it cheers him under difficulties, it makes him hail the hour which sees his purpose accomplish, ed, and his face tprned towards home; it communes with him as lie journies; and he hears the promise which causes him to hope, “Thou shall know also that thy tabernacle shall be in peace; and thou shall visit thy habitation and not sin.” On the joyful reunion of a divided family; the pleasures of renew* ed interview and conversation after days of absence. “Behold’' the man cf science. He drops, the labor and painfulness of research, closes his volume, smooths his wrinkled brows, leaves his study, and unbending himself, stoops to the capaciti...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 October 1817

Oak-Land Farm for Sal. THIS farm is situated on the main road leading from Hay-Market to Fred ericksburg and is twenty two mile* from latter place, containing 750 'Acres; there' is a good re scire of Woodland, (say 9QO 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 been made it is found to be well adapted to clover and plalstcr, takes manure kindly and holds a good coat—twenty years cultivated in corn and wheat alternately and the third year in pasture, which affords no 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 k seed wheat, both of which shall be had at a reasonable price, he it an go to seeding by the middle of September...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 October 1817

Public Sale. \A7lLbe told for cuh ion Saturday T f the 3 Jth day of October, 18 IT, ff fair, if not the next fair day after Sunday by ei|tuc of a deed of trust given by John Stephenson, to the subscribers, to secure a sum of money, to be paid to Stephen Oonohoe, the lease right to a Tract of Land, called Mount Pleasant lying ih Fairfax county immediately on the road leading from Leesburg to Alexandria. The sale will commence at 19 o’clock. THOMAS MOSS, R’j) H. HENDERSON. September 3.—tds. , Notice. Was committed as a runaway to the -gil of this county on the 14th of Aug. 18IF, a black man who calls himself James or JAMES WAKEII, about J feet 8 or * laches high, of a black complexion, thick lips, flat nose, part of his upper teeth gone, and has several scars on him; he has one scar on his nose between his eyes, fc a large scar on his breast and several others about his body. The said negro is about thirty years of age. The owner of said negro is requested to come and prove pro perty,...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 21 October 1817

Valuable Lanflc FOR THE following portion,:, of the late colonel Thotnu Coton: lit. The MILL-LOT i fifty-One and a fraction, of which hugn the lower Or aouthern side of ( and the remainder on the an. This is a fine property. TheJ at the mouth of Goose creek ii of water abundant, and the coL is a great wheat country. p r( j be brought to the mill in boats«L ease, and flour taken from it to| Town for fifty cents per I town of Leesburg la 3 or 4 it. 3d. A LOT of LAND adit above, containing about 360 Acres, ) it is bounded in part by Cooiei the Potomack ,is of a good soil suited to the improved system, ing. It contains from 60 to N rich bottom. 3d; A LOT- containing 208 Acres. * lying on the east side of the road by Mr. Havener’s shop and] ing the land of Ludwell Lee, U 4tH. Two lots nearly oppbsittu Lee’s house one containing irod othsr 125 acres. The Leesburg and Georgetc pike roads Will pass through w last named tracts, and decisive: taking to accomplish the road. A third part of eac...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 October 1817

teefiKSTS OFiaBERTY. av SAMUEL B.T. CALDWELL, LEESBUM* V*. PROMULGATOR OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. TWUfjtT, OCTOBJt* M, lilf. |l. 1.1 [No. 43.

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UoMDJTJO#* I ■■■ k''tSL .1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 October 1817

UoMDJTJO#* I ■■■ k''tSL .1 luitnivt «' m ** Lgnce t week oft «ood »**““ I TWO DOLLARS per ennuin, 118 adreKMi or TWO DOLU FIFTY CENTS, if not paid fccpiration of the yew. ,» |,be diKOOtinoed ftftta erreer. f|j»id, except xt the diecretion in CL- manner, « *"* dcliarptt three firet insertion*, mud t Ibr etmji [o»e who tend in their edrertiteImpleaK to mention how often K, them inserted,.etherise they Latieoed until forbid, w»4«b*rg. pnglfM communication* end letter* on E mt be—POSTPAID. Ku... . ■■. . •'L ' -*—

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 October 1817

Loudoun county, To, ? October tlh, 18If.> haries E Mercer, %q. 00 wtll taVe notice that I thill on Monday the Sd dajr of Noioit) at Kanky*e tavern, in Dura 1 Monday the 10th day of the Hi, at Austin’s tavern in LeesMonday the ITth day of the talk, at Richard son** tavern near ourt home; and on Monday the of the fane month at Moit’a Alexandria, in the Oiatrict of a, to take the testimony of aimin, and to adduce other evidence before the House of Hepreaen the next Congress of the Unit* i in support of my right to a seat dy, at the Representative of ioaal Diatrictc and that I ne.st each of those placesto day, to take the testimony, ce the evidence aforcaaid, until tball be completed. ARMISTEAD T. MASON BLIC SALE. t- be told on Monday the 17th lit month, all my land laying in i county, (Va.) containing up* ? our Hundred Acres ent farming lands, nearly ait of adjoining Aeesburg, (the coun / AZ$Q| elegant Brick House calculated for any kind o t'neig, aa there are belonging t&am...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 October 1817

F0& SALE. " ' ' BY Virtue of a deod of tract by Uriah MeKnigfat to William fooun*Joy, to aecnrc the payment of a m of money, therein mentionedt will he eltr> ed for sale, Cor rath, on the SSd Nona* her nest, el the hensc of said McKnight, all chat tract <w parcel whereon the said McK night now lives, near Hop* veil, Fauquier county, adjoining the lands of Dennis Griffith, Cbarlea Duncan, Carr’a baits, Tbotnaa Turner, John Houdershcll amt Thomas Whiting, containing upwards of two hundred aeras. Such conveyances as are neecssw rjr ?i he made to the purchaser. ALVIN HUN DON, Trustee by hie mttomey John C. Hundm. f October »!.—[ if. t.n.H —.ll -In r I For Sale, A TRACT OF LAND, Containing by surrey acres, situate at 4be twenty-seventh mile stone, Little River turnpike, Loudoun county, Va. This tract exclusive of about twenty scree, is covered with heavy and substantial timber, which with its vicinity to the markets of tke district, and the growing scarc...

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