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L V, t, iwi ":rr, wnen too wi ! u.r. .nd the crew UUOg inea uuiy.cj - w - 1 a i ilf iibLf which was don, and the bng 1 ? t .AS on Gwynn's Island without J c ,, f''"' i M carjr0. . Capt. C. came up in "M sah evening. X " &r? b Kag experienced trcmendou. a1, eW New Channel Point, and been driven ' - .Itre ttian the loot of her boat and a few i 2 1 rto b.t the Khr. C.roUoe, o Eden - ,P,fbBd tothe West - Indiei, wa. itotally lost UM I Whaml Point, a few dayt before the L. ,r RewL TVi, f the Louisa were com - rJA vs - - THEA'. - since me - , ' i if Oa FRIDAY JiVJ.W". '"" U Will be prerf,th "W, V 1318. 'Mr. Cooper fclhella, ''.jjj; th - Mwical Farce of EABLESVKPtU - KtinL - iiirK SHELDON. HJ5NRY frTVS NATHAN LEAVEN WORTH. JtUW"i - ; , . .... 1111 fTulmZLDO CO. Jantlw . .''! p via iw ivvu - AlMV v - - ' Notice it beref rien, that an election , . Xrfi iiirM - fnn. for the entutiuc Tear, will M held at the Office of the CooipMy on Tueidair, dw thirteenth int. from 10 A. M. nntil t o'clock, P7M. JNO. y.Mtfctt.Bec'T Jan t Uan 13 Tin.' v if MKTHUhlST CHUHCa. 1A rr7 Will be opened next LORD'S DAY, for limine Mf ice. . The exercises will commence ai half past tec o'clock, by the Rev J. ftalhan at half Dart two. by the Revd. Samuel lil.Uerwin ; anU at uX ul ine evening, oy iao iwtu, Pjosnuaaouie . Aline concinwou iu eai - u uitvuui 30 tioa will dc maue, wiucn win c bv - iuiiij l - .... l ' I II t. 1... :..) nr. propriatcd to the cxpcucct of taid buiUiog. 4 JViu. Ksic Firemen Insurance Company. frt" The tint instalment ot the tiorja ouo. eriution. to Uie Stock of tlii company, will be received at the OtTtce, No. 65 Vall - treet, on Monday next, the 6th instant, lelwen lhe houri a lu and Z o CJoc. di orucr ui ure uumu, " WM. M'KEAL, Sec'r. Jan t St . ft MR. CUARRUAUU and BURT, te - irjectfaUy in - a raw the ladies and rentlemen, that on Saturday evening next, the 3d fast at their pracUiin ball,, in the assembly - room, city - uo - ul, the tiavota de Ve? trice will be danced by Jiaarine oacneiieranu war. vuirreiuu. Jan t ftj - The snbtcriberthave formed a cjanexioa the printing buiinesi. under the firm in ORAM A MUTT. The bufioeai will be conducted by then, wW accuracy and deopatch, on the snoit nuuuauie man, ai no. oh wiiHum - fireei. JAMES ORAM, GABHliXF.MOTT. jan 1 eotflt - . NOTICE. . .. ffr - The subscribers have formed c part' nersLip in trade under, the firm of roxil and " JOHSF.ELUS. WM. FLECKNKR, jnrt 13t ' ' ' No. gQ Knlton - timt rtjr The pu!lic is respectfully iutorBJtO, that ih rv - lebrattd Ft male, known in Eniland and on the Con tinea oi Europe by the appellatioo of toe ALB1NE9S. is now on a tour through the United States, and tiaiDox remaining a few fecks in the city of New - York. The aiogulahty of thii interestiot; FiMle has attract4 the attfntioo and ltd mira tion of thn Rnval Family, Nobility and Gentry of lonaon, liudub ana r.aimurg ; sne naa nnii iioo - ored with the pretence and approval of the Priuce Resent, the Prince Charlotte ot Saxe Cobonrs, 1 the OutchfM of Oldenbureh, the Emperor of Kuf - 1 - : . f r u : . rv..i r H7M. . . ; J ther illustrioui .personages; Sir Joseph Banks, and the nut luaraciers oi the .acuity, nave uru - versollf aclnjowleded her to Dc Vie most asloO' iihins PiMnomeoon ever known. She will receive the visits of Ladies and Gen tlemen from 11 o'clock in the forenoon till 3 in the af'trooon, at the City Hotel, Broadway. . Admission 60 cents. Tickets to he had at the Bar. : Jan lw 1 he nhip PACIFIC,, capt. Uolden, will positively tail tor Falmouth, Jamai - ba, on Sunday the 4th mat. and can still accommodate two passentrt, if replication be fanmediatrly made on board the veucLJyimr at Jan 3 St The ' substantial coppfiiJl ship E rin, Devoe. master, to sail in afew days For freight, hich will be Uked low, or pas sage, apply to .., - . ' - ,P, REMSEN ti CO. jan a 26 South street. 633 I.NOIOO. SIJQARS. Ac. bars Benares and Radnacore Suzars, the latter very superior quality, hard grained, wormy ine aii?nuoa of retdi:crt 17 cases Bensal Indico 4 tOO Guat 6kias, large site and fine quality, jutirec o per aoip mum, tor sale ry ttt - YIS - t. - M it CO. jan 1 26 South - street. "OLUEGOODS, tic 17 bales company blue 'niaoioraies, one quai. : 4 bales Conipanv blue Baftas.' do 17 do India Calicoes, sap qaal and new patterns, selected particularly for this market, just ovti irr uii uiuiB, lor nn dj P. REMSEN tt CO, jaa 1 . ' . 6Sonttftreat' LOST OH MlULjii Ll. - piCH'D S. HALLET'S Check on Ue Bank J.S. of Ameica. OX twelve hmnlrrH iL - Mat. da. ted 27th Dec. 1817: pavment tveimr itonnrd. it can be ot no use to the finder, who will confer a layor ny k - avuig it at 30 WiUiim street jm l it . . . - ' VALUABLE PROPERTY torn, sill WILL BE SOLD. lcM . At public auction, en the premises, r OI.W ti J Muvit, r. 1,1. A B.nALL FARM, contairtinr ahont I mi a. :res of land of the first quality, lySig in Brooklyn, pbout two miles fnim tlic frrrr tin th nrmi. lesis a handvome new dwellimrhnnv. iimHm, OB an MnifiMir wki.).. J . . . i ana extensive proptctor iNew - York Bay, tak - n Island, tc. and 'nr p!eaantnes of siiaa - ion is not exceeded in King's coucty ; and a new ALSO, ' A FARM, of about 17 acres of nnhnJ iwf n 1 - 2 of Salt meadow. adioininS the nmimt, h. fore described, having a irood house, burn, tc A FARM, rontnimn? ahont litflia nm .( t 1LM1. piana, in a wn rtate of cultivation, ami 8 1 - t acres Df Salt nirnilnar.. ailiniuirur (la t..n.;i.. leaUii)t;ffOcaBrook(r to Jamaica, ntiwlmhit aa excellent Tonor nrr ha - A viwl tasrltan ' We, a Crkl mUr krm, &c. &c. LIKXWISK, Four lots of Wno.tln'.H. nftipMiMrh. I.v. bout a mile from the bbovt descriic t farina. The above propertv will be solf! separately Aay person wHsbine to purchase iiinvitMl to rail a tte subscribe - , by wIkhh the premisee will be nowu, and anr farther informsttna rrcn. arhl, a 'aybere(mr(.d. . - , JOHN C. 11AM. J" f rooklrr. C,nitLlPoiu 1 . mWTJVTT.FIVE ban of rer wperio qua - i - - i - - - 7 r. - . 1 m . 1 aa4 an i a nv - tuckerTlAuries, v Jm9 " ' ' gfl South - st. '' ' - NEW WORK. 71 TOSES THOM AS, - Philadelphik, has jutt iVJ. recerved, ' and will immediately put to press, 44 Narrative of voyage to the Yellow Sea, of H. M. ship Alceste, and her shipwreck ; by j. M'Leod. Jan 2 4t RUBBEKk. THE store No. 2 1 8 Front - street, was broken on the morning of the 1st instant, and 4 . . r.. i - t i . boxes young Dyson lea, nuoura imuoi, - 5, I box citron and 1 box raisins taken therefrom A liberal reward will be given for the recovery of the property and the apprenenttoo oi ine thieves. cuuLai urirutiu. jan 8 31" ritHE White Cottage, a novel, price I uoiiar, J just received and lor sale Dy . W. B. GlLLEY. 91 Broadway. W. B. GILLEY hat this day received and put to press " Eltmere and Rosa," a novel. ian I ' : VlnHECl'ED MASS VP THE UAITEU STATES. AT. GOODRICH & CO. No. 124 Broad. . wav. corner Cedar - street, have the plea sure of auDouncing to Uieir friends and the public that they have just completed a new and elegant map Dissdcted Map of the United State, which has long been a desideratum in this country for domestic instruction and javeuile improvement. . ' , t A. T. G. b Co. inteqd to complete a series of useful and correct dissected maps, io whit h they will respectfully solicit the publicattention. jan 2 lw . IN CHANCERY. . John B. Murray, i vs. V State of New - York, as James T. Watson. IN pursuance of a decretal order of this ho nourable eourt, made in the shove cause, wui be sold at publie auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the eitv of New - York, under me ui - reetioe of lhe subscriber, as One ff the masters of this court, on Tuesday the second dsy of Sep tember nest, at twelve o clock at noon, aii mi tract of land joining on the town of Lowille, and Ivine in the eountv of Lewis, in the stale afore said, being, part of great lot No, 4 of Macomb's purchase, and comprises all the lots known on a certain plsn or map made by David Branson and B. White, io the year I , from No. I8S to 3ii inclusive, containing together 15,000 aires of land, with the appurtenances thereto belong ing or any 'wise appertaining. Dated June SO, IS!. (Copy) j AMES A. HAMILTON, ' . Jv l lawiwritds .Master in Chsnecry. The sale of the above property is iHislpnned to the 1st day of November next, at tlv same hour and place. JAMES A HAMILTON, . ... . spn'Ziawit . aiasierinLuancerv. The sale of the above nronertv is postponed to (Saturday, the Btb Hay ol NovemDer, at uie same hour and place. Nov'l, 1817. JAJIU AllAJIILllU.l! Master in Chancery. nn 1 flat Mnn L Fri 3t The sale of the above property is postponed to Tuesday, the 18th day of November, instant, at toe same hour and pi we. uov a, inn. Aaav a SI a Sill rTlf JAiHt.9 A. I!AI'lL.IUi, nov 8 S W M17 3t Master in Chancery. The sale of the above property is postpon ed tu the 4th da v of December next, uaiea November 18, 1817. JAMES A. HAMILTON, noTZTtH Master in Chancery. The sale of the ab ve property is postponed to the second day of January noxt, at the same hour ana place, uec if v. inn. 1 - v JA.VltS A. HAnllu UJN, . decSlawtds .. Master in Chancery. The sale of the above prrmrtj postponed to Thursday, the 22d inf.. at the same hour and place. Jan.l.ltfl"'. A - TICSA. iwraiuiui, jan'l dts Mantes iu Chancery. SPERM CANOJ.ES 4: OIL fifi hoxrsTiew Spermaceti Candles, ofap I LHF craved brands loot) nils. Genuine Winter Oil, pressed from head matter, now landing and for sale by IiAYPOCh. 61 Jt.M - 3, . 162 South - street, td dooraboe l'eck - slip. ' WHO HAVK tit STORK, S0OO call's. Whale Oil, in handsome tlvp - 610 do fall strained do pin, order 350 do winter do tJecKlw R JA'K. WfijVx it. pipea and 12 hhda red Catalonia wine 100 quarter casks colmenar ao. 20 do. . tweet Malaga do. 500 keg fiesh raisins 750 boxes do. muscatel do. 3J0 do. do. bloom do. 100 bales of Ladys soft shell'd almonds 100 lars f fresh trrapes " Now UMdinr IVom brie Charles. froiO Mala. ga. at itover - etreet - wharr, ana fur sale by a 'l - - . . bTEVENS et AlACTIER, and M CREA & SUDELU " dec 27 rt URULAU tLASlhR Ot PARIS. 1 1 i t1 iroud plaster of pnris, suila JLeJULF ble for the southern market. For sale by' JOHN BiERS, dec 27 lw Foot of Harrison - streeL LO.N DON BROW M b J OU 1 , AL.VlOMJi, Ac i k casks Uibbert's Brown Stout, of very su - w penor quality, la hoe condition and it re commended. JCST LAHDED, 13 bales fresh soft shelled Almonds, of fine duality , . - , 80 boxes Prunes, assorted sixes, from 4 to 13 los each, very superior ; Italian Wax Candle . . For sale by A. IUjXlAUE.ll U BU.l, . . li MaideavLaoi. . . ALSO, . . .... Raspberry and Cherry Brandy Mai Unique and French Cordials Chamnasme. Frontknac Wnl a (arse eiaortnwat of teasoaable good. Ore Zo lift - - " 40 PAPER, OLIVES, HA I'd, Ac. Bales Italian foolscap paper do letter paper 16 15 cases liquorice past . 1 box ostrich feathers, 1 do chip hats 1 do presssd tup, straw do from No 32 to 54 3 do saanna in flake ' ' 557 marble mortars S3 case veined and statuary marble slabs, - - assorted sites, for pier tables, 4c. 200 boxes anchovies, 130 do ohvea , . 4 jars oil lavender just received perbrif Louisa Csceha, from Leghorn, and for tale by CM AS. L. OUUe.N,and dec 27 ABR. OGDEV, Washinton - sL 59, COTTON. bale prim Cpland cotton, landing frota sen. South - Carolina for sal by , B. ALLL.I, decH 8I ltOTTON. ao bales prisne Upland Coilon, W ior saie ny K. At U. YY. UAVE3rOKl t,U dee 31 . . . WIM; KAIS1NS, &. - C. - S0 pipe CaUloua Wine: ) do. Colmenar do. 200 qr. caks do do. 200 qr. casks sweet malag. do. the abort entitled to debenture 1300 boxes sMnom Raisins for sale by HUH BARD, GREECE Ac CO. dee 9 lw 132 Prof - street. CHKO.SOMt i EK.S.A.C 4 sep, rwrl - tedoc ChrooneUrs in cases, with a small invoice of LoskIoo Watches, tr sale fjv ALCOTT. dec 23 4 South stmt. The fust sailins; ship SiLEt3,206 tons . Lurthen. built . at Rochester, (Mass.) lies at Steam - boat wharf, Fulton - slip. tor terms, apply to - - ; - - ':'., .' i. ft J. C0DP1NGT0N, dec 31 lw 204 Froni - etreet Vor Mobile and DUxkelm, The eleeant &st sailinr new packet sclioouer THOMAS 5II1ELUS, capt. Tucker, havin? superior accommodation for cabin passengers i most of her cargo being en gaged, will meet with immediate dispatch. For freight br passage, apply on board, west side old sup, or to - . . PETERS & I1ERRICK, dec 30 29 Coenties - ulip. FOR A'EtV ORLEAATS, v4i The ship MARf CAROLINE, ly iijiiini' at Jonits' - whurf. will be dispatch til in all this week she is a very fast sailor, nearly new, and bus elegant accommodations. For freight or passage, apply to JO.NE5 ti iM EtJKA I II, dec 30 83 Southtreet. .. tor HJlt AA'A. The fine coppered ketch Jtf ARIA, ' uiOEter, to sail on Sunday next witfi what freight may offer before that .time ; lor whan, or passage, apply to , G.G. &. HOWLANU, . dec 30 . . 77 Washintrton - sf. . For CHAKLKyiVA', ' tW5 The fast sailing packet tchr. MA - ASffiiLRIA. P. Latham, master, havintf one halt of her cargo engaged, will meet with immediate dispatch. . For freight of the remain der or passage, having excellent accommodations,' apply on board, east side CofTee - House - slip,.ortO '. . - - - JONES h MEGRATH, , . dec 30 ' ' 83 South - street. , , tor lisuoa; The substantial coppered ship VERMONT, Meuroo, master ; will sail on Ui 3d January next. ' For freight of a few hun dred barrels, or passage, having good accommo - dalioiia, apply on board, at pier no. 9, east river, or to P. REMSEN &Co. dec 30 26 South - street. For IViimtnglon, N.C. The schr UNION, lvioi'ttt Flv - mar. 3igLket. is cleared out, and will positively suilfim wind. Fi eight will be taken low. ply on board, or to uec30 JONES & MEGRATH, ' I'atmge for liordtaux. . Theihlp LUCY - ANN, having been unavoidably de'aiued, will sail first Cur wiud; has handsome accoimnodatious for two more passengtrs, if inimeJiate application be made to the captain, on board, at Jones' wharf, or to POTT ti M'KINNE, . ' dec 30 ' 66 South - street. FOR SALE, fkd. ai,V,s(nni:l anil fj Msllntv rS!t a w tj J A I iu luuiiiauiuu AAa atwi, wniAiu tuij' SMXSAMPSO.V, burthen 166 tors, 2 years old, in complete order for a voyage; together with her cargo on board, ionsistuig of 85000 feet of pine boards " - 15000 do hemlock joist I '1000 shinslcs "SOOO R.O.lihd staves i . , Suitable for the Went - India market. Apply to oTEVEXS A MACTIER, dec 30 4t . 157onlh - st . t 'or Saie, r mghl vr Charier, TbeexcellcntbrigRISlNGSUN, Wm. luVnani.!. master, burthen 104 tons, will iU about 900 bbU. two years old, sails fast, and can be sent to sea immediately lying at the iooioi rina - atreet, pier no. io. Apply to WALTER NEXSEN, 174 Front - sirest ortO ' , JOHN BYERS, derfT - lw Foot of H ammo - street. A sal A. A few wSjes suieriur quality Cas sia, for sale by ROGER' k POST, 51 S - utbMreet. rter 30 5t FLAG IIDkro. Ai CRAPES. rSE case fl ic Hdkls. V7 3 cases Canton Crnes, landig and for rale l. i.wri.rt AnAnu dw ,!0 Iff fx.tn - treet lOl l O.N ii IllllEs - 9 bales prime Sea buna Cotton 4 8 do do Upland do and 1000 dry bx bides for - ie by SAUL ALLEY, dec 24 98 Pine - street .UAXsEEOk FLOUR. 28 Uercet Flax - V teed 250 barrels superfine Southern Flour, j art re - ennu. sua tor aie t'j HENDERSON tt CAIRNS, ST3 ! Pine - street. TTl'KD ti SEWALL,No. eSoulh - sUeel, XJeV oner lor rale 200 tons PSI old sable iron 60 do GAD and CON IJ do 30 doweds square do 25 buudles Swedes steel ' , 100 bolts half duck, or heavy ravens 100 do 1st quality ravens duck 100 ps. do Russia sheetings , 25 bales Baerboom gurrahs ; 16 do Calcutta and Bernagore checks 10 do sooty romalls, and gilla hdkJs ' 2 do blue mamoodies ' 5 cases gum benjamin, 5 do gum copal 1000 gunny bags, 6 bales senna leaf 4 cases beads, necklaces, tic. calculated for the N. West and Span. America 3 do English writing and letter paper 4 do superf. London mad hats . 6 do domestic stripe, ginghams and licks O do Bohemian picture glass i. , - . 250 kegs cut nails, assorted sixes 400 boxes American window glass, assorted sixes, Ac. dee 27 COTTON. O0R SALE, 62 bales of Upland Cotton, new V crop, landing from ike srbooner Maria, from Charleston. uqmre 14U reatl - ttnet, p stairs dec 29 CI Alt PETS. - 2 bales Mirsaporc Carpets. ust received, and for sale by GEO. W. TsALBOT, dec 29 5i Pine - street. I T PLAN O COT FON. - 2 1 bales Upland Cot - too, leading from the schooner Alilo, tram savannan, ior sal ny ' DnvpnvriTtvfiixp dec 17 ll2Frt - streeL COKUlALi. RASPBERRY and Cherry Brandy - . Martinique and Italian Noyea French and American Aaaisseed, and Old Metheclin. ALSO, Irish Whiskey and old Peach Brandy Lisas Juice, Rose - Water, Ketchup, Spices, Kaisint, Aimonas, ciiron ana r igt. Encbth and American Cheese . bpersn and Hartford tallow Candles, with general assortment or groceries, lor sale by - UL,Ca til 1 CMCUCK, 28 Maiden - lane, comer of Nassaa - sL dec S3 ! SHOT, WHITE LEAU, A:c A lew tons Patent Shot, from B B to 10 A tew cask )ry White Lead 3 tons, best do. moil, in ITS ti 561b. kegs 25 casks best Red Lead . W roll Sheet do. . 10 khds Paris White, of a superior quality 4 rasks Yellow Ochre, dry Red. YeHow and Black Paiatt, in kegs of 1 ewt. evb A few casks Fig Blue Black Varni Ji m kegs of 4 ksJIoos each Window 1Im 7 b 9. 8 by 10. 11 by 9, and 12 by 10 for sale by SlauliVdSH"""'".'"! dec 22 la 167 Psmrl - strtet. 5f. SMITH DAVIES, f 0Cy Late cotuiuctor of the business f Mr. m ATHAVIXL IBUTK, Jd the oaly regular bred Cbymical Perlumer in New - York, who carries on the business, (bavin; for the last 19 years made Chymal Perfumery bis study, sixteen of which wire under the particu lar direction of Mr Na thauiel Smith, considers bimieK entitled to tlie n - ue of a real cbruiical Aierfumer. and havins taken ANTHONY W. TRAPPAN into partnership, will conduct the business under the firm of , ' - N. S. DA VIES & CO, At. No. 136 Broadway. New - York. Where they oiler for tale as compleat and as general an acsortinent or penutnery ana iancy soaps as were ever before offered to the public ; and tlicy hope by attention and punctuality to receive a share of their patronage ; among which are the following : , Rose, violfct, jessauin, pink, jonquil, marcballe, and reseda nomatums Jessamin, musk, rose, abysinian, orange, naples and palm soaps Blue and red marble, carnation, lavender - Herb and cosmetic washballs - Essences of lavender, bergamot, Hungary Orange, violet, Ac. ' . ' . Rose, violet, and plain hair - powder Carbonic, chymical, coral and rose tooth - powder Opiate for Uie teeth - . Cloth, shavin - , hair,' nail, comb, hearth and whisker brushes - ' Rouge and pearl powder, Milk of roses ' - ' Cold cream, Almond past ., Antinueand Russia ou ' Pomade de grave for thickening the hair lialsainic hp - salve ot roses Alpine snaving cases transparent sliavina liquid, fads tor ine a ecu Geutlemen's shaving cases, complete silver mounted " . Tooth bru. - he Needle cases, Scent boxes ' Atoulets, 1 ooth pick cases, spar souB boxes Pocket book?, Ladies thread cases .' Lavender bags, Freli touquin beans Writing desks, Night tapirs . ' ' Razor strops, Japau - wuro Russia pocket books, shaving boxes '. Ladies' dressing cases , Pen aad iocket pen - knives Fine scisjorsanu razors - . Tortoise - shell and horu dressing comlis rear, ivorv, tortoise and horn pocket comns Smelling bottles, silver pencil cases, tweeters Ivory and box - wood combs, fine durable ink salts of lemons, volatile salts 1'ougue scraiers, Ac. . They have also just received : ' tadies' work boxes, from lCYto $40 ' Elegant bottles, with odour of roves 1 romatic vinegar (for the heid - achc) Coloene water, warranted from Cologne Orange, flower, and rose water?, of excellent qualities Spar smelling - bottles An assortment of hair brushes, equal to any heretofore offered to the public i aud A great variety of other articles too numerous to mention. dec 31 lA'DlUESTJOA" On SOUR STOMA VH. I S acknowledged by medical writers to be a I. complaint ol stubborn kind, aud at all times very difficult of cure. This is sufficiently illus trated in the disappointment of tliose who unfor - nately sufler under it, as they, for the most part, find that after having tried many things to little or no purpose, they are at last obliged to uie (for perhaps the remainder of life) such articles as can at best but palliate tbe disease. Under such circumstances, any medicine capable of rento - t ing the complaint, must surely he an article hithly deserving the attention of all those who are mniciea wiu it uouiiiiiuuii vj met with in Dr. MMUS AJf I t lix St.f TIC or STOMACH PILLS the success which has nevtr yet leeo equalled, for tbe cure of dyspepsia in its most complicated form, such as loss of appetite, nausea, heart burn, flatulency, knawiug pain in the stomach paio in the side, great t ostivenesi, paleness in the counte nance, lansuor. lowneM of spirits, pain in the head, virtigo or giddiness, and disturbed sleep waiver applies inese puis in the anove uifease, arcordin' to the directions, will never be disap piirted, as they have nerr been once known to tail In producing a radical and permanent cure The use of a single box will convince the most unbelieving of their efficacy. They will most effectually remove all sourness f( the stomach, not merely byneutvalising the acid, but by correcting that niorhid state of (be secretions which gives rise to if, and at the same time will re store to tlie debilitated organs of digestion, that tone and vigour which is absolutely necessary to ine wi u ociug oi uie nuiinai ecoiiowT. To he had at Brook H Carle's, Pearl - street, at J. C' Morrison's, Greenwich - treet, and at lluir Bowne't 146 Pearl - street, whero drur - girtt and country dealers will be served on libe ral lerniv, Price one dollar per box. 24 6,a l.Vt.ll HALLE JlsCOVLRY. TTEALTH preserved and restored without JL JL Afedicme or Quackery, which often de stroys the delicate constitution and debilitates the itrong Colds bring on the most alarming disorders, with those tortunnr rheumatic pains, lumbago, gout, kc. which all the faculty have noi uceo aoie lu cramcaia. . iu prevcui w uai ter than to cure. " R. YEO has prepared (from a receipt of a very eminent physician) leather (of which he makes shirts) of th most vital and nutritious quality, which will prevent all the above men tiooed complaints. They produce an animal heat to the body, which Cannot be obtained from flannel, patent fleecy hosiery, or lamb' wool they absorb all perspiration, and resist all the humidity that injures tbe human frame they are sft and pleasant to wear and do not produce that irritability that tt so unpleasant in flannel Phot who have favored him with their orders have declared their astonishment at the Penefits derived from Uiem. . To b had of RICH' I) YEO, breeches makr and leather dresser, 165 Water - street I where also wj b had leather pantaloons, do skin vests, all kinds of gloves and mittens of th best quality, wholesale and retail, at th shorten notice - . . dec 31 2w i OR SALE, : The Home and Lot No. 101 Liberty - it Depth 34 feet, breadth 25. Depth of the lot 107 feet. 1 nose wno may wisn to purchase property of thisdiscription, can at any time view the premises, and terms of sale may be agreed on, by application to POTT M'KINNE, dec 31 " 56 South - street. FOR SALE, FIIHE Dock. Stores. DwolUns? House. Gar J. .den, tic. at th lower landing in the village of ronghkeepsie about one acre, or ther aboots uti mdupuUbi, an! terms mad ea sy to purchasers For farther particulars apply to James f oster, senr. on u premises, or to t ' - Green wiob, Nw - York. dec 31 Dlaw3w CSw . rnn rut ... Aa;,;j A house and lot of ground, ntied i Bonery - laa. Tbe lot is upward of 30 feet front. Th bouse ba been occupied a n stor upwards of 15 years. ' Any person mcliaed to purchase will.pleatj apply at No. 3 Mott - street dec xi lw SUP KRFIXE COATS. - AMUEL PAXTON to. CO. have received mall consignment or best superfine Dublin made Coat, both straight bodied and surtouls. . The clotlisnd the workmsnabip are of the first order and the price low. dec 31 lw 78 wall - street RUSSIA SEAL SKlNa At DUCK 600 Urge kins, and 100 bolt fir qoality dci, tor Ms 4M J Jby JOSEPH OS OORN, dec 30 89 Scnith - ttreet. TO BE SOLD. ' TBE FOLLOWING VALUABLE PROPERTY, BELONGING TO THE ESTATE OF THE LATE DR. THOMAS JONES. t"i The Dwelling House and premises now viiiJin the possession of Mr.. Magaret Jones, known as namber 343 Broadway, being 3d feet 8 iocuetio width in front, aad 31 feet 4 wefaes in the rear, and 140 feet in depth; together with tlie brick stable, and lot on which it stands, in the rearo' the dwelling house, being about 27 teet square and the undivided half ol a kit fronting oa Leonard street, bring 15 feet wioV on t - eo - nard - street, and 63 feel 10 inc hes io depth t wtiich undivided lot is held in common bet wet n William Denning, Esq. and the owners of the properly bow offered for sale, and is intended for a passage way to their stables and yards. , ' - ' ' ' . The above property is situated in the most eligible part of the city, and is, in every part, in the best repair and mot complete order. Three Lots of Ground, situated at the corner of Broadwav awl Warren - street t being known oa the map of the Irii ds belonging to Trinity Church as No. 415,410 and 417, and contain, together, 75 feel in breadth on Broadway, and in the rear 87 feet 6 inches on Warren - street, andC0 feet 9 inches on the northerly side. These lots, with the, builoings thereon, are now under lease to vaiious tenants, forteims which will expire on the 1st May, 18120, and at such rents As amount, ia the whole, to $2425 an nually, betides all taxes, . These three lots will be sold in one parcel, and subject to the unexpired leases. . , . A Dwelling limine aad Lot of Gromd, known as No. 147 Water - street, he! ween Pine - street and the Flv Market, being 22 feet 10 inches ia width in fr, ot, and 21 feet 7 inches in the rear, and 100 feet 10 inches in length. - This house and lot is under lease for a term ending It May, 1819, at the annual rent of 550 dollar aad all taxes. , e - A Dwelling House and Lot of Ground, known as No. 145 Water street, adjoining the last above t being IQ feet 4 inches on Water - street, 17 feet in tbe rear, and 84 feet 4 inches in length. , This bouse and Intave under lease f r a term ending 1st May, 1119, at the annual rent of 250 dollars aud all taxes. , - A LOT OF GROUND, fronting the Broad way just above Jonet - street, and next hut one adjoining the property of Mr. Martiu H fluiun ; and the lot fronting on Mercer - ttrret, io lhe rear of the Broudway lot. These two lots will be sold, together, aad are 25 feet 8 inches wide and - VU reel deep. A LOT OP LAND, Known as number C45 Bayard't farm, fronting on Rvnders - ttrett, ntnl running from tnat street to Orange strett ; being in width on Kyuders street 26 feet, and on Orar.ge street 25 fei t 6 iiu lies, and in length on the o irlTi - erly side 145 feet 6 inches, and on the southerly side Irtl teei 3 inches. IU the above mail toned property it held in fee simple - '1 he following it held under abate from co.'uwtiia college, 64 yean oj unten leaie was wirriiired on 1st September last. fiT A Dwelling House and Lot of Ground, Silnsal known as No. 217 Greenwich street, now under lease for the annual rent of 250 dollars and all taxes ; lease expire 1st May, 1821 rm A Dwelling Honse and Lot of Ground i msl known as No. 215 Greenwich street, now under lease fottlie yearly rent of 350 dollars and a:i taxes ; lease expires lit may, lull A Dwelling House and Lot of Ground at the comer of Greenwich street and Bar lay street, under lease tor 450 dollars and taxes lrae expires 1st May, 1UI. Two Dwelling Houses and Lot of Ground, known as No. 69 and 71 Barclay street, now under leas furbuu dollars annually and all taxes: lease expires; 1st May. 18tl. These two houses being leased together, will be oia togeuier, A Dwelling House and Lot of Ground known a No. 67 Barclay street, now uo dtr tuase for the annual rent oi 90 dollar aud Uxes (lease expires May 1st, 1819 O A Dwelling House and Lot of Ground, known as No. 65 Barclay street, Dow on der lease for the yearly rent of 90 dollars and the taxeti lease expires May lit, 1819, This leasehold property cannot convenient)) be described wilhin the limits of an advertise ment, but the me and extent ol each lot may he particularly seen on a map thereof, at the o&ce ui ,4 I INC 1UIUI. , ... ' The title to all thi protwrty is unquestionable Ui greatest part of tlie property having been owned and oossetsed by the late Dr. Jonet and his representatives for more than 25 years, now last ; and fur such part as has been purchased wiuun that period the subscribers hold warranty deeds from the erantors. The house and premise first above described is enured at private title, and may be viewed at, ter the fourth day of January next, any day be ttreen one and tft 'o'clock in the afternoon. It not sold on or before the twentieth day of Jauua 7' next, that property will be sold by auction, nn hursday, the 29th day of January, at the Tontine Coffee House, at 12 o'clock at soon. - The residue of the property will be exposed to tak by auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, nn Tuesday, the tenth day of r ebraary next, at K' o'clock in tlie lorenoon or that day. , The tei mi of sale for the house and premi ses No 343 Broadway, will be K) per cent on the day of sale ami one third of the residue on tlie first of May next at wh ch time a deed will be executed ana possesion given ther. main'mg two thirds to be paid in 2 annual pay meuts, with interest, from the first of May, e ured by a bond and mur.gage on the premi - aes. Term or sale lor the rest or the proper. ty will be 10 per cent on the day of sale, 1 - 3 of tlie residue on the de.ivery ol the deeds, which will be about 10 day after the sale, and the remaining two thirds in 2 equal annual payments, with interest from the date of the deeds, secured by a bond and mortgage on the premises the purchasers are. to receive the rents of such - part of tl.e property a are under lease from ine 1st ot r cbruary nexc For all other information and paiticularv In relation to the title of all the above pmpert apply to D. 3. JONES, esq. at his office 44 Pine - street, where the title deeds, and maps or the property may be s:en. MARGARET JONES. ) MALT BY GELSTON,Ex6Crs. MARY GELS TON. dec 30 eodtds 1 REAL ESTATE: iincil For sale tbe fee simple of 152 feel front on Division - street and 45 feet front on Eldridgetreet, making a front of 177 feet, under lease of 5 years The dwelling are all occupied at retail dry good stores. This property i worthy the attention of a capitalist tvbo wishe io invest hi rash in real ea tate. If the lease and house was purchased will give 15 per cent per annum. The term are ! - . cash, remainder on mortgage for number of years. The title unquestionable. and a warreni tt deed will be given, i or particulars, apply to JAMLS vr. BHAW, aNe. 5 Bowery. ALSO, A stock of Dry Goods on liberal credit, for approved security. Apply a above. dec 30 eod3w i FOR SALE, - ll S R Arder of th lecator of Geom Stanton, deceased, the two story bouse and lot No. 18 llarrisoa - treet. Said bom is brick front, corrhaisw four room with fire - pUcts. a cellar kitchen, cellar, and a fine' vault in tbe cellar. The lot is eighteen feet 8 inches in width, front and rear, aad eighty seven feet six inches in length n desirable situation lot a small genteel family. , Tot terms, c - apply to ' JONATHAN LXtTLE, 218 Pearl street, . Or, HENRY STANTON. Brooklyn. Q3 Should lhe above property sot be disposed of by the 14th January next, it will on that day b o!d at th ToatiM Coffee Uou, by Mesrt. Hoffman A Glafv to cloa th 'com - erri of tbetrUtc. dec313tawt.. PUBLIC: SALEb. m'BT P. L. MILLS k CO. . Saturday, . ' ' " At 11 Mock, a nvwt nprb collection of sta tuari in jnarbl u - i alnhu'ter, (elected ia lta ry by aa artist of tbat country, and comidered ji some of the fi.ieStstcinenji of sculpture t A", moiig them are A Flora in marble, oi 6 feeV in . height ; hast of Alexander, Amperor of Russia a troupe representing Lsconta and bis two sens a Muierva, Venu, fcc. ' - - .. ' BY FRANKLIN ft; M1NTURN, ' Thursday, Jan. 8. v . V , ' Xa'oVlork, at tU T. C. U. . ' Tht very pleasant situation, on the East Riv. ,:r, about 5 miles from the city, adjoimog fbu seat of P. SchermerhoiD, Jun. Esq. well known as the property ol the tale Ann ilardebbroi'k, decerned, containing about V acre. . , . Tuesday, Jan. 20 XII o'clock, at lhe T. C. H. by o - derof Wm. Deunipg, suiviving executor of Thomas Smith, Eq. deceased, the lloui. and Lot, 40 WaU - sC next to tlie City Bank - ' PRIVATE SALE, On lihernl terms, 5 valuable LOTS, titilated between Second and Third streets, on Divisjoa 't reet me king a front of 172 feet, ail occupied a retail dry good stores giound uiider lease to the present occupants for term of years,' For par tir. ulars 'apply at the auctioo room. . BY J. P - DIZTERICH It CO. PRIVATE SALE. 1 elegant patent banging lamp, suitable for A assembly room. Also, about 6 miles from tlie City Hall, on the Bloomingdafe Road, a wry handsome country a seat, with very convenient house and out build ings, commanding a fine view of the north river f would he exchanged for mercbandiie'i terms ac coromndarlng, For particulars apply at th auc . tioD room. . 1 ' ' BLEECKER it BlBBTi f , Wednesday, Jan. 7th. . Those two lots of ground, No. IS and 19 Hudson Square, in Hu (Loo - street, aud on tot' from the corner of Beach - street, containing 28 feet 9 inches front and rear by 175 feet deep, each. The greater part of th purchase money may remain on mortgage. ' ' ' Terms will be advantageous to purchasers, ' ' :dec27Bt . : . ORAAD COACERT A t WASHLtUTuA' HALL. i rj7 MR. k MRS. MORAN, (from Dublin,) rri.ect fully beg leave to announce to the tadie ! nd gentlcmeuof New - York, tbat their coucert ' will take place on TUESDAY EVENING, J ' nuary C, 1818. Act First , ' Overture, full orchestra. ' ) ' Song, " Urures' address," Mr. Keeoe, Scotch aSf, ! Echo - duet, Mr. Keen & Mr. Moran, Braham. . iong, " Has she then failed in hr truth," Mr, ' Wall, Bidiop. . - ' ! .Vong, " Exile of Erin," Mrs. Moran, Irhhv ' ?on, ' He was fam'd for deed of areas," Mr. Wall.Corri. .Song, " Had I a heart for falsehood iramd,' , Air. Rtene, Irish. Air, piano - forte, Mr. Moran, G elinek. ' , '. ' ' ' , Act Second. Overture, full orchestra. ' Song, " Fly soft y teyhjrs," Mr. Moran, Bi shop. Duett, If thou canst live on humbl fsr," Mr. Keen aud Mrs. Moran, Virtu. Concerto, piano - fort, Mr. Moran, Dussek. u Duett, " Rest wearytrsvellsr," Mr. Keen It ' Mr. Moran, Braham. - Hunting song, Mr. Wall, Dibdia. Scotch ong, Mrs. Moran ' ' Son - ;.' " Horn lor and liberty,' Mr. Ene, Bishop. , . ,, ' . , Kinale, tull orchestra. , , - '' - ' Leader, Mr. GentiL Plan - forte, Mr. Mo ' ran . - ' Doors to be opnd at half pat 6, and th pr formanca to begin precisely at 7 o'clock. ' Tickets to be had at Washington - flalL at th muHc - store, and at Mr. Moran's, No. 71 Mai - , den - lane. ' dec 31 5t . yT" A nated meeting oi the 'i ruiteei of Co 'uiuhia College, will be held on Monday next, the 5th of Jtmuary, at lu o'rlork, A. M. in th Colk ge. - . CLEMENT C. MOORE, clerk. . dec 31 3t ... iNOIlCE. Xr' MELrCK k ROGERS having taken bto i opartnersliip Samuel D. Rogers, son of David Rogers, the busines will in future be conducted under the firm of Mlick, Roger tt Son. B. P. MELICK, DAVID ROGERS, y dee31 lw 8AMUEL D. ROGERS. vj I he copartnership heretoi'nre existing - between the undersigned, under the firm of C rich - ton k M'Clave, was dissolved on the 26th instant Tbedebtt of the firm will b received jnd paid by James Crich ton. . . . . JOHN M'CLAVE, JAME3 CRICII ION. - dec 31 3t . ASSEMBLY DRESSES, Ice. 1TRS. BARBER respectfully lofor thn 1TX ladies of New - York and its vicinity, that - he has just opened aa elegant assortment of' Assembly Dresses and Cat Trimmings, at No. lot Broadway. . . , dc31 lw . JAMES D' WOLF, Jan . will henceforward coo - tinue to transact Commission business in hk own nam. ' ' dec 31 x Oi'iCE. - CoparUttrrship beretofur existing m Ibitcity. under in nrm or H' Wolf. Packard At WWolf, it thi day dissol ved by mutual content. All penoM having a ' settled accounts with said firm, are requested to rail at 57 Front street, for elUesseet New - York, Dec 31, lbT7. JAMES DUVOLF, r ISAAC PACKAKD,. JAMES D' WOLF, Juo. dec 31 - - . - NOTICE. . . v rrv Th Subscriber, in behall of himself and his associates, give notica, that a application ... . . I t 1 . . L I . . I . . will ott maa io im norjraoia use teguauurwm this rtat. at its next session, for an Act to incor - ' corat a J3ojik with A capiUl stock of Fiv Han - , dred Thousand Dollars, And with !v to io - ' crae it to One Million ( to be located oorUi . east of Baekman - street, in the city of New - York, and to b called ToFranklia Bank 61 ths city of Nw. York - Dntsd New - Yorir, loin use. isiz. , " By order lh Asaociatesy i dec 30tf NOAH BROWN, 8cry. 2 POSTPOAIMENT CITS' AsoEMBLt. rrr - Tb manager giv notice, that th first - a..nhlv i unavnidab v oostDooed aatil the - - evening of Friday the 2d of January next deoo 31 - . f AXE NOTICE. t HOG for sale, weighing between tleren and i A. twdve hundred we krlit. at Job Hnlera Hotel, near th steam - boat ferry, Brooklya. dec Ti At - "" I00O DOLLaHs Iv GOLD I I THE Arvt drawn comber in lb MEDICAL SCIENCE Lotteiv. next Toceday. wiB be eatitldtoapjieofoathosAddoUars, which . usokiax ... - . - a&EsE TRULY LUCKY OFFICE. - , No. t22 Broadwsy, opposite tb City Hotr U - ahAll be immediately paid 1 Aa.ncaa UolJ. Tb bntliant trrtemecou; an prue : lof 10 of. ioco - cf - 1U,(HK) 10 f 13 of 60 of tot tof 2 of 1 ,0U) 100 of Mot ol witch are ioating ia th wLest as J r lw drawn on lii first day N. B. All priirahkhrra ALL! - r. : i ootiiebarii wulbeFJ" - " ' - .

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