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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 October 1817

mmir bibles 'jtUtmd fifftjrftffi pud i J men»s, B»m»-Sooh f 4*l mvtd%ndforsuUattl v- M —JLSOmm I%c life of Fletcher, together) wi posthumous works, Taylor's Enquiry, Agricultural Chemistry, DICTION ARIF — jILSC — Goldsmitli’s Geograph; with inept; end ALMANAC For the year of our Lord QT Terra Tirma purcheu Behold! Lcmdoim Land for Bal< I WILL tell the greatest bergs er known in the state of Virginia, tract of land, lying and being i Coin' Spring neighborhood, be the lands of squire, Johnson Cle 1 and ceprai: Charles Lewis, conti two hundred and three acres. I express myself relative to this lam few words, knowing that any gentl wishing to purchase will first ov« it. 1 will only odd that it combin many phyaical advantages as an] in the county, and the artificial e liahmeata are exceeded by few beautiful railing appearance preset) admirer with aWcet eminence) lawny plains; with rich clod kills cultivated valleys: The sturdy an jenticoak, die lovely poplar and th grown hicko...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 October 1817

[The following hat been communicated by a gentleman whoae opinions we respeet—>whote friendship we prifa. Our sentiments on the President s tour* ■s well ss the happy union of the grear political parties of this country which has resulted from it) have been repeated' ly expressed. We request our readers still to bear them in mind ] [Peteri. Intel, The book <jf Chronicle*. CHAP. I. KdW It cattle to pass about the clean of the reign of James, streamed Modi* son, that the people were called upon to make a choice of one to rule in his stead. 8. And the Frcedomites communed together concerning whom the should N choose. ' i 9. And they agreed that James s man noted for wisdom, .who dwelt in the land Virginia, sir-nmned Monroe, should be the man. 4. But the Federalites said, not sn, James the Virginian shall not reign over us, it shall be Hufus the Britonite, sir* named King, he shall rule in this land. 5. And they said many vile things of James the Virginian, and the...

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

i lie Wwii’m entered the tend «f Cod* line, the people shouted, end they Mia great is James the president and who it there like tint- hftn. v ** ''' 20, And they pounced their great Suns, and they played on the tabor and le Jews harp before the President, and they too bowed themselves to the ground taying hail master. 31. And with armed men they escorted the President from lowu to town till he came to a city by the sea side called Poston,« place noted tor rebellious ptoceedihgs and for treasonable conspiracies. 22. And here the President wax saluted by a great assemblage of Boston stamp Federalites, and the Itttlr children were assembled*! gelher to make their obei sartce to the President. S3! And with the firing of guns and the ringing of bells they made themaclves merry, and they placed on the psaltery, and tliey sung psalms in pretence of James the President. ' 21 And th?y treated the President with pleasant drink, and they gave him mufon Ami ground nuts to eat, yea of liu locks ...

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

FOREIGN. FROM LONDON PAPERS, Received at JV. York and Philadelphia. Business continued to revive in England. Experienced commercial men scale more business was done in .Liverpool the last three months, than in an/ former period of the same length, aince the establishment of the port. The emperor of Russia has reduced his array to the peace establishment. A letter from Paris states that it has been decided that no dimunition of the army,of occupation will take place this year. .Letters from Vienna say that a negotiation is spoken of between the Austrian government W»d the kingdom of the Netherlands. The king of Prussia remained in Paris Aug. 25. intelligenae from Constantinople missed and kent into exile-—cause unknown. f '>■ ' ,-T A fresh disturbance broke out in the city of Menia, on the 16th Aug. The troops of the garrison were called out, and a proclamation published. The prices of corn are every where falling in the Netherlands. betters from Madrid received in london,...

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FROM THE SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 October 1817

FROM THE SOUTH. We have been tsvored with the following copy of a letter; dated "St. Mary's, 37 <A He fit. 1817. “On Monday last the Spanish forces embarked from Amelia Island, and those on the Main took uptheir line of march for St. Augustine. The militia having previously returned to their homes, completely disgusted with the service ol the Royalists—and have since made their peace with the liberating army. “Commodore duty has been elected captain-general,colonel Irwin commandant of the land forces, R. Hubbard, esq. governor of the two Floridas, Henry Yonge, collector, and William Ogleby, marshal, and every tiling going on well. The prizes now in port, are two Spanish ships and two brigs, containing upwards of three thousand boxes sugars, a quantity of coffee, indigo, coclhneal and specie, and a large ship .is now coming in, laden with sugar and hides.—The whole propelty now afloat in these waters, is said to be worth half a million of dollars- Cash ha* only began to ci...

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LATEST FROM THE SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 October 1817

LATEST FROM THE SOUTH. Lx tract if a Utter from the correspostdent <f the Southern Patriot, at Amelia hU and, dated, mm»iiAiacT. 11. Mr. Hubbard, at present, it at tile head of the civil, and genesal Aurj of the military and naval departments.— They, however, cannot act without the sanction of the counsel of tight members, of which.they constitute a part 1 here have .been several appointments, both ctvH and military, recently made—they are only temporary. The effect is sensible' that something; like order hps been produced from the chaos that has hitheito prevailed. Ihe force on the Island, exclusive of sailors, is about ISO—composed nearly half of black troops. There are about 3'SO sailors in port, belonging to armed vessels. The naval force consists of The American Libre, capt.'j , Barnard, 3 guns 1 Gov’ment Brig Stn Joseph, capt Par- f vessels. kef, 6 guns Brig America Congress,' , capt. Bonquet, 13 guns Brig Morgiana, capt. Leas, I Priv. arm - 18 guna red vessels. Sch...

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■ – T – II [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 October 1817

■ - T - II TUESD^rTo^m TO THE Fuji If, Mr. Mercer intendJS Washingtonian, to ap p u jj * blackguard and bully” to hesitate to pronounce himuffl FAMOUS LIAR AN)) V OREL! ARMISTBAD T. M Oct.sstb, 181 r. •-* •* CJHD. m JUNIUS prints hi» c J the puny writer in the last an, who can evidently “strsh* and swallow a camel,” and J that when he feels ih a plsyfed has leiMirt to devote to “fej|yK air/* he will notice his pitied agreeably to its merits, “"/“tB Caesar the things which «r»rJ JowATßAir’s oPiKtojr, (d Let roe aee, what’s this? ad file ofLoudoun." Osomethhd bad votes I dare say. Bettjß spectacles here and let me red “ T&ike people of IjM “The closing paragraph’® swer to thh first address of MM the applicatidk.of which is sod ed by his own aaknowledgtmd me nothing {hitherto add, ind second, than that I cannot d claim to the character of a pJ retorting upon him the l«»d blackguard and a bully. d “C. F. MEM "Ha, ha, ha! well done, colom|l read the last part of this id Betty...

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NODDY MUGGINS' SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 October 1817

NODDY MUGGINS' SPEECH. YOU well know, my confidential friends, that during the lapf congressional election, I sought, as 1 had steadily done in the last years of my life, in all my private and public addresses, to allay those angry passions, which poli Ileal discussion is calculated to infiatneMy reasons for pursuing this course must be obvious to you all. In this degraded country, where the government is placed in the hands or the- people, & where those persons, filling the hiphest and most responsible oiii6ea,.ari liable to be removed at the whims and caprices, of the people, it becomes necessary' to use all the sophistry in our power to in duetthe ignorant multitude to vote for C9I. Mercer. To da tins.their credulity must be attacked by holding out the ap ptstance of conciliation. How far k have complied with this rule, 1 leave you, who are heat acquainted with me, to judge. It wraiths, want of discernment, pen* citation and energy in the Hartford Convention that caus...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 October 1817

Fifty Dollars Reward* If apprehended out of the state and twen-ty-five if in the state. Ram away from the subscriber, living near Cedar Creek, Shenandoah County. Va. on the 21st Inst. mulatto maifay the name of m , harry, a blacksmith by trade, twenty five years old, five feet six inches high, slender made, marked with the letters H. W. on the right cheek, supposed to have been done with India ink, which may be seen by close examination. He took with him a dark blue coat without pocketflaps, and with white bullet buttons, also a dark drab great coat, with a large cape and lined with black flanhel, blue striped pantaloons, two white waistcoats, and a half worn fur hat. Whoever will apprehend the said Harry so that I get him again, ahall receive the above reward and all reasonable charges. WM, SMITH. October 38.—£tf.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 October 1817

Loudoun Land far Sale , On the Ssih day of (ij fair if not, the firat fair day) 1 will oiler for aale, on the premiecs, a tract cl hi t ly. ing in that rich valicjr of land between the Ketocton and blue Biilgt mountains, and near my mill, containing One hundred £5 filly-five Acres, about one half ia cleared |t under cub nation, the balance heavily tihUim Ihe natural soil of this land ia equal to any in the county, and on no Jano has plaister a more powerful effect, \>y whicii and the clover system it has been improved, and is in a productive state, ft is veil watered by springs which were never known to fail in the driest seasons- 'I he improvements are a large and convenient Frame Dwelling Bouse, with a cellar under the whole, three rooms below and two above, the whole ceiled anu plaisteied, aiu wti) catenated to accon muriate a laigt and y tilled family, a beautiful gaidcn apjoniij. the house, and a never failing spring ul good water in It—-'J he ethei imp oven ti.ta ar...

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

Ttfg H '■ A JttODGST REQUEST. Heaven indulge »« tbi* remnat» What will make a mortal Maat. Give n»e first an hnnnt soul Subject to no have controul, To no sordid vice a slave, But to no deeda nf virtue brave. ho much leaning, aeto riaa ,'Bove ja pedant vainly wise; > So much wisdom, aa to aee What 1 am and ought to bet And diadem the good from ill. That my circle 1 may fill Be much courage, to to cbooae * W bat ia right—the wrong vefuaet So much honour, to disdain Thought* and actions, that are mean. Health, my power* to employ, And my portion well enjoy. Grant me next a virtuous wife. Sweet companion of my life, In my joy* to take a share, Fartncb too in every care Both from pride and meanness free. Cheerful to my friend and me; Burs in manner*, and discreet) fn her dress and pertonnest; One, who, innocently gay, Can my vapottra charm awayt Ever studious how to please) Not perversely apt to tease; In her temper calm and meek) Who can hear as well as apeak) To my humour a...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 October 1817

THIS ii the latter 750 Jens; Owe is a fooi rssertu el Woe (say fOO acre*) and several sew i springs, with braachea tunning Oi the land to produce-water Cor ilecl soil in its original state wee very but some part of it has been rathe pushed; however from a snail trl mb been made it is found to be v dapted to clover and plaiatar, take mire kindly and holds a good coattjr years cultivated in corn and wh tcmatcly and the third year in pa which affords no rest. I have cn the fly-proof wheat for seeding f gentleman of veracity* who will < the pure grain, and as it ia desirab the purchaser of the land sbouh with it the growing crop of com I wheat, both of which shall be hai reasonable price, he can go to si by the middle of September and complete possession fly the mid October. Therefore the earlier tl idication the better. The buildinj ram 3500, to 3000 dollars, cotisis a Dwelling, Kitchen and Smoke which is not much the worse of the furniture is good which will si the purchase...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 October 1817

WAS. taken out ef th 4 suhaeHbcia he sixteenth of the teoath,* Bur Mare. . 7T*T W. twelve or thirteen jeon old, about tour* • vmiiv w whee»w»en tm li • half hand* high, yiui and trots, rather toll! of spirit and shod before, her two kind foet while and a small ittr in harfofahead (if 1 recollect right) her taU rather long, a avail lump on her back occaaiMiM bp the saddle. I will give fiw Gotten to the person who will give ne such information that 1 get her again am) fire more on conviction of the theif. ROBT. ARMIBTEAD. Near the AMie mills, > September 49. J Valuable Landed Property FOR SALE THE following portions of the estate of the late colonel Thomas L. Lee, of Co ton 2 Ist. The MILL-LOT comprising Fifty-One Acres and a fraction, of which about 39 lie on the lower or southern side of Goose creek and the remainder on the upper side.This is a fine property. The mill stands at the mouth Of Goose creek, the power of water abundant, and the country above is a great wheat c...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 28 October 1817

SHAW* Tl| M.*99, Market, below Howard Respectfully inform th* ' Loudoun and, ‘ • regularly supplied*] manufactures with' a ■ • extensive assortment of - Domestic Goods which they arc auth PhiladetfAiu price, terms., They panic _ with whom they have pleasure of dealing, to their goods. Scptemb £«—[3w. pußue WILL be offtmdat \ the 90th Inst, at the late v Rice, dec’d. in Leesburg,) HOUSE JLHD X~] r: in which he resided, number of likely SLAVER | consisting of MEN, WOb DREN—also, household furniture. The 'terms o made known on that day. CHAS. BENNETT,II R. BRADEN. 1 Oetcber U [rds. FOR SALE. A let of land formerly I Benj. Tompkins near Lee ‘ ing shout Two Acre There is two log dwelling small brick bouse and a same, and two excellent ■„ a good spring* and a nu trees. This stand is well a tavern being on the main Leesburg to Winchester and other particulars, sj Roberts living on Mr. Ji about two miles from JOHN W. JJTTI Oeitier 14—[3tp. ra NEW PLATI duet received from the Shah levy, Ntw-...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 November 1817

RE GENIUS OF LIBERTY. ÜBLISHED BX SAMUEL B. T. CALDWELL, LEESBURG, Va. PROMULGATOR OF THE LAWS OF THE VNITED STATES. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, |«|f. [No. 43.

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&D tT 10 NS. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 November 1817

&D tT 10 NS. GgHlu g of Libkett. will be I once a week on good medium TWO DOLLARS per anmim, I advance, or TWO DOL--4 FIFTY CENTS, if not paid « expiration of the year. No I be discontinued until arrearp«d, except at the discretion tor. fIsxNXMTS will be inserted in nous manner, at one dollar per r the three first insertions, and lt cent* for each additional inscrose w ho senjj in their advertiseill please to mention how often the’" inserted, otherwise they otinuetJ until forbid, and ing^U communication! and lettert on out be—POST PAID.

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The ENGLISHMAN in AMERICA. VIEWS OF AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 November 1817

The ENGLISHMAN in AMERICA. VIEWS OF AMERICA. The English newspapers and magazines (says the Richmond Compiler) abound with articles on American affairs —on the actual situation and future prospects of the Republic. This is one con vincing evidence of the importance which is attached to us in the old world. One of these pieces has lately reached us, in the Monthly Magazine of July In.:, in the form of a letter written by a Ms T* Bakewell from “Spring Vale - ”—Hi says he h|s “resided for several years ii one of the Unites States of America”— that he has “connections with whom ht corresponds, and who occasionally fur nish him with American newspapers ” He therefore comes forward to give some information about the situation of the L. S. Like the remarks of all observers at a distance, some of his remarks ate incorrect; but the most of them are ju dicious: “The most perfect liberty and harmony in religion prevails, as 1 am told, in every part of the Union; it certainly did \yhere I resid...

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The AMERICAN in ENGLAND, [Newspaper Article] — The Genius of Liberty — 4 November 1817

The AMERICAN in ENGLAND, Extract of a letter from an American gentleman in England) to his friend in Bellows Falls) Vermont. “I have visited most of the principal townsinthis country, & I need not tell you how much I am pleased with England. I can compare the whole country to nothing hut an extended garden in the highest state of cultivation, and the roads to avenues richly adorned with trees shrubbery and flowers. Every few miles the eye is greeted by a venerable church, some renowned castle or a mouldering Abbey the ambition of millions, for ages have slumbered in the dust. V; “So many objects of this description present themselves that the traveller hardly knows which most to admire. I have this day taken a walk, and an airing from St. Paul's Church; you may imagine mhat a commanding prospect this el- . ovation affords, when the highest object visible was far beneath my wet. 1 can truly say I have seen an empire in miniature, a City as it woe with a single glance, the...

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