lu,y:.:,ts, iDvL:ri;L'ttFoii the fcENO ITOi TUCAGT IN THIS STATE. eonD,ro - rax : ALAi. Aaous, mi - - rol - firMre flichmrd Rpcer, Recorder :? Stlveater Judson, Feb. 14 " .GexwgeLiadtay, Feb SO ; V. ' . John Ledyard, Feb 14 ' ' ' ' . ' William Pitkin, Feb 0 s .' :4 ' ' . . i - Charles Mutol, Feb 1 u - . . ' ' 'VJ'Aa L"daid, FebS .. .", "U . eter Wilt, - Feb. 14 - ."'Vi , , 1 p'iraSm Kcbii, do ; ' Harrison Spemllove, Jan 31 . ., v , .'r". 1 iLchard Sutton, Fair. .10 ' " ' .;. "tr ' V J:iu c - . tf - k, . r' ' ' r''' Jf w. v . . W Uiiam - Skidlaiore, - Feb 7. : ' ' , " ' , '. Ephrtum Start, Feb. 7 : ', . Abner Keeve. Ji27 ' V ' i ' Richard Collax, jr. Feb S4 , , ' . Joseph Brantir.ghajn, Jan IS . c - . ,' i, ;; " Ilenrf Walkintun.. Feb 6 i " ' ,,, ' Anthony Dauranut.' Feb. 'A. V . David Slden. Jan. 24; William Bradie, Jaa. 0. " : ' F.lkaoah Wood, Jan, 9.' Caleb Wood, Jan 8 . James Locke Jaa. 15 " V John William. Jan 19 i ..David Smith, Jon. Jan 19 " ' , . Ot Before' tha Mayor. tvwtyHtfort PkUip 3: Parker; Re - ' forrfcr, iniftflwis ' r "M Abraham C. 8heldoB. March 13 t ' - 1 i Reobea'fhMpon,'March 13 ' ' 1 ' 'IwiahShaw, of Albany, Jaa 31 ' ; Henry Y. Wh Ja 14 . " .Varfum tmmty - Bfbrn Peltr Smith, fintjvdgt , . v . PefereeroV , ; Georre W. CUeahro(b aad Robert Wil - Jtaau March,?. , . . - , - '.tv. v ' , ,Aom( Farmalee, Jan. 31 : - ', - . - , - .y' 'A hrhfm Lu - kin. of Sulbvan. Feb Sfl ' Joha Tomb aad Joha oel both or BeUk 'JaB3vv' ' ' ' "' ' 't " t ' ' ' 1 " Clstpt 'Cmmiy - Befort Jotepk White, Jinl yWj in lAcoicn Cherry fdlley. ' fTatbaiUnderwpl,Jr.JaatO : ' 3 Qeditey tielmer, Jaa. 17 ' , 'Benjamin Ferris, jr. Jan 17 . ' , ' ' Cbeiter Grotveoor, of Otjego, Jan 17 . UonlgotMry enmty Before jfumier$heUn, trUjudz in Ckmrktton. ' . i i 8amoel Hotie, of Broadalbio, March It , Cttv e TrfnttBtjtort WiUiam L. Xere$, Ef. 'V Moaea Bibith, March t3 - '. "f ; . lkarr A. Lake, of Oeoiaelaef county, 1 Fab. v.14..'. r - '5 f - - 4ootha Benlly.of Troy, Jaa. 30 ' v ; vRaiih Day. Jan. SO - ' lenrySaaker'.Ja.l5.; V - ; ' . Aa,Watera, Feb Vi.. - Laurence Whifbeck, and Andrew Mnief,.Df Orrnbmhj Jan 1 Chartet MuMbrd, Feb t , PnanAga County ISefort Joihw Formanjim 7ohaTloiven,Febl7 Tlbeneier fUTiaoad, of Manliiu, March IS vnniu7pner bujki, yi gnnni wwv ... , Allen Wilton, of Onondaga, do. Silae.BallfOf Otieco, Feb.4 . . ; ' fra4tonCoimtBtfonlnmji I. Blanch - . . s! art in Seteav.; - (. TVjnlbrop Wbedon, of Hebron, Ftb IS William Larmoutlt, of Cambridge, March IS Joha Hubbard, of Salwm, Feb.. A V Oliver Kortori, of taatoo, Jaa IS .Thorni Howard, Feb it., r, , hn Wright, of do Feb 6 , . , , ViJlerCorUw,.Feb U ; , "Cne eoUnir Before John a. met, rrt "Judge, n Leiceitcr. , JiDiet Rkhardioa, Feb JO ' Lyman F.yaaa, Jan 23 . ,t , . , 2ewtt Skiaoer, Feb 28 ....... ' ,C8tebei Alleo. Feb 15 ' SaUnon Stofield, orGatet, Feb 1 1 fimviA VAPtlv. of term. Feb It ' - . '"Jarotori imft( - Babre 4oien Chili, frel Judge, ve QrttiftiUU a. - - . nMIneanon.ofNorthamnerlaod. Feb. 6 ' ' William ft. Scott, tad fteoaMlaaritchuyler, of. Qoltmbia mtS - befareJ. D.MeneU, Hudson i...t.M lUrdick. of Kinderboofc. John O. Keif - don of ClaTemck, Ira A. Cbaaa and Noyet ' falmer of Hilladule nUJanrj AmoaTurti of Albany, Feb , Prtrw fMraoder. Jan 31 Qutngeeenty - Before Obadiah Gtnean, Ee. ji i msiQTmca, f Jonathan Bcnaet, Jaa t John Beadett, Feb 10 - ; Joteph Mead, Feb. . v ' S'.rubexcamtw - Before Themes WBumey, J!nt i ' Judge, Perinted - teet. ' 'flenjirmlaShick, Feb 17 : FJimh Bacon, of Heading, Jan. 30 ?' Jacob CbrUtkt, Jan t . Onexit eauny Before AVrtAen WiUiatnt. Joha Palmer, of Dceroeld, Jaa 17 - "William Slielton, Jan S .71 ... jifjgr, Xorru S. MtUer. . ' Joerph Cramer, of Vernon, Jan. 31 ' Joeph MitcheU Jan S4 . . : Eluab Scott, of Vernon, Jen S4 ' tQrtnge anuily Befure JttikenH. White, Eeq. I'. - .,. u. - At, Oeehen. - - ' : 'j 'i Conieliea Mac Elroy, of Monroe, Feb S3 : , i.'Joha Howell, of Newburg, Jan SS - ( . , Jochaa Tacker, Jan 19 r Jnha V. Beardtley, of Miaiiink, Jan 17 . llttareK. IV. HevelL fee. 1 Ctmanilaigu. : - .' Ricltard Hatcher of Fitbiibrd, Feb. Sa 1 Joaiab . Jsorehouaa of Ungbton, Jan Zi ... Jtfferton Ceniy...Befort W. D. Ford. ' ' Eaan Saliibury, ol Atrerna, Feb SO Tuoie V Van Neet, of Browaville, Jan. M '' 'A Jxrrmiah 1 Buhop. Jan. 30 1 Greene County, before Uerrit Abed Eta. at t ? v ; KMueuu ' j . ' - - tuiA Walkey, JanSi SekeKarie County, before Wm. Beeknum, Eta. at Sharon. Jamrf SwordJ Feb . ,. - '. John Goodrich, Jao3l .. - . , . )ulcheti Count Before Jemee tnoit, Etq. ' : JobnHoiie. ofFoagtikeepfie, Feb 14 - Abraham I. Va& Vlack, of PiihkilL Jan. S7 " .Nathan Stuart, ofClint.Su, Feb It " JJtlvBOre CounU, before Item Ogien, Etq. f' Joba E. Penio, Jan. SJ , ' Warren Ctmniohefore Wm. tiobardt. . Joha Fatchin,rf Caldwell, and John Stanton, oftiueombr, reft M - Jonathan l'lb her, of Qaeeubory, Fab 7 ' Tbomai tTarahaa, Feb 7 - Jonathaa f itcher, ot Qoeentbary, Jan 17 .Ktnptevntjf, before Hau forman, Etq. Janae V.Warner, Jan 20 . , W inflow Higgina, Jan. 17 ' Herkimer County,, before, ffathan Smith. ' Jem Brown, Feb 7. . v Jared 8. Stewvt, March 7 Rowland Taylor, of Uermanllata, Jaa 15 " ,, - Thomas Livingaton, Feb SO ' ' Wttt - Chttler C'cwn.v, itore Caleb Tbmpkins. , Augmtia Baaka, Jan 19 . 1 jempkint Vunig, before John Sutton. I Eire Milk, of Dryden, J to 28 John M. Goodwin, of Vlyteet, Jan 17 . Suffolk County - befort T. Strong, Etq s Stephen Still. J an 30., - - r Chataqve eountf, before Ztitu Catking, Eq JameiBockleo, of Gerry, March) : Nathaniel Johnaon, of Grrry, Feb 18 Syleeeter P. Clark, Feb. 7 StdUean Cnme, before H'llliem A. Thompton, Eeq. mlThomfeen. ' Darid Jickeon, John Grar. jaa. and fcfaabod B - nton, Tab. ! St itoa Countir Before J Knox, Etq. at Junius. gyl vane Thornton, Feb. 3 4 Nathan Tattle, of Ovid, March 7 JedediahHont of Orid, Jan 34 . Franklin CounlM, before A tbon .fan, Etq. ane VVflod, of Malooe, Jaa t$ .j Aet Ruing, Jan SO Schenectady, before Q. Cleveland. David Cofline, Jan SJ ' rtkOo Fralkk and Benjaamia W. Howe, Jaa S4. ... - . . . Ftochlend emmty beart S. Ootisehiut. . William Sotfuni aixt Joseph Belcher, Jaa 39 . Wilhaa SaSen, e U.im'ttUi, J ft 39 fc, V: US CUAN'CERY. - ' '.'...'. - , - fctate of New - York, as. - S pursuanc of a decretal order of this bonora blc court, beariaic date, tfce 7thfda of Julf . last, will be sold at publin auction, at the T on line coilee Howe, Mine ctfy of rieW'Vork,an - der the direction of Uie lutncriher, as one of the matters 01 uiis conn, oa i Awrafoy, tba But day of Jaaaarr neat, at fwetre o'clock at coon. M all mil cenainKicB, ve vtera njounu aaa soiij . . . i L - 1 1 I unaer weier, to ttm nuw iuu ana crounap oui the North or Hudson's River, situate, Ivmg and being between Washington - street and a certain new street of seventy ftet io breadth, to be made fronting on the amid North River, called West, street, and is bouaded as follows i northeasterly and eatterry by irfberty - iireet 1 nortn - westeriy andwerterlyby West - street aforesaid; south - wetterlv aed westerlT br Cedar - street, and somh eastarly and aasterly by Washington street! codtainina ia breadth oa Wasliinetoa street and West - street one hundred and tea feet six inches, (tad ia length aloag Liberty - street ooehaadred and evetyeevea ft ft, and along Cdar - ttivet one hundred and seventy - two feet" ; together with the appurtenances, subject nevertheless to the rents, coeeoanta, restrictions end agreements to which said premises are subject, in favor of tba corporation of the city of New - York, as imposed, reserved and created by ineah uaiea.ioT. xoin, inn. : JAMfcS A. HAMILTON. ' : Master in Chancer. note. I tie sue or toe above Drooertv is dos t - poned to inuay, tba amn instant, at eleven o'clock, A. M. at tbe same place. It will be sold in lots or parcels, and oa liberal terms, which may oe gnowa y apptying at the masters omct, No. 3 Law Buildings t where n map of tbe pre mites may do seen. January tun, torn. . Jaadts . : - " IN CHaNCEKY. t ' SUte of New York. as. Jl pursuance of a decretal order of this bnnora - LJtie Court, will be sold at nubUc auction, at tbe Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New York, under the direction of' the subscriber, at one of the masters of this honorable court, 00 THUK9DA Y, the tweoty - ninlh day of January intt nt IS o'clock at noon, all that certaia lot, piece or parcel of land, situate on the eatterly tide of Broadway, in tbe sixth ward of the city of New - York, known as Number 350, bounded as follows t Beginning at the corner of Broadway and Leonard - street, (honce running norther iy and upon Broadway thirty feet and is inches, to a house belonging to and occupied by Stephen Price, Esquire, tbeoce eatterly along the same and parallel to Leonard street, one hundred and seventy ova feet to Benson - streei, tbeoce soutn crly aud upon Benson - street, thirty feet sia inch es toLeobara - etreet. thence westerly and upon Leonard street, cne hundred and seventy - live feet to tbe place ot beeinniiig 1 wiUi tbe appurtenan ces. Dated tlie 7th day ul January, oue thous and eight hundred and eighteen. J A AltS A. IIAMII.TWI, Jaa 7 tds Matter in Chanrerv. , IH CHANCERY. - . . v Slate of few - York. is. SJf pursuaactof a decretal order of this bono 1 table court, bearing date the 10th day of No vember, in tbe vear IB 17. will be aold at nub or auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the ci - tv of New - York, on Wadnesdav. the seventh dav of Jaauary next, at twelve o'clock, noon, an that tot. niece or parcel ot rroooo, situate in (be lourtn ward of the city of New - York, on the comer of Cherry and Dover - streets, bounded northwest erly in front on Cherry, street, nortbeattertv bv ground belonging to Maria Otgood, aoutheatterly in ine rear oy Kround now or late the property a' uoctorjosepn xoung, and soutn westerly by Uo - ver.ttreet 1 and is now known and distinguished by house and lot number two , Cherry - street, and houte number one Dover - street 1 contain, ing in breadth, ia front and rear, twenty se - ven wet and sn tncnes, and in lengtn on each tide one hundred and seven feet, be the tame more or lest ; together with the appurtenances. uaiea iecemoer m, 101 1. JAME4 A. HAMILTON, ' Matter in Chancery.' dec 17 Sawt30tbD dta Tbe sale of the above property is pott. poned to tbe 19tt instant, at the saw hour and place. Dated January 7, mm. . JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jan 7 dtds . Matter in Chaacery. IN CHANCERY. Joha 8. Mnirey, f vs. Sutsof New.York, st James T. Watson. 1 a IN pursuance of a deeretal order of this honourable eoert, made ia the above eause, will be sold at poblie so tion, nt the Tontine Coffee Hoatf, ia tbe eity of New - York, under the di - reetloa of the sabaeriber, as one ef the masters of this eourt, oa Tuesday the second dsy of September next, at twelve o'slosk at noon, all that tract of land iotaing on the town of Lowville, and lying la tbe eouoty of Lawn, ia tba state afore said, being part of great lot No. 4 of Masorab's purchase, and eo reprises all the lots known oa a certain plan or map made by David Branson and B. White, la the year IM, from No. 18 to 342 inclusive, eentaiaing together 15,000 acres of hind, with the appurtenances thereto belonging er any wise appertaining. Dated June 30, IK17. (Copy) JAMES A HAMILTON, Jy 81 tseiwdtdt ffasteria Chancery. Tba sale of the above property is postponed to Uie 1st day ol njovemberneii. at tbe same hour and place. JAMES A HAMILTON, feoSlawts Matter in Chancery. ' The tale of the above property is postponed to Saturday, tbe 8th day of November, at Uie same now ana place, nov 1,1017. . JAMES A HAMILTON, ' V ' Master in Chancery, oovlSatMona - rriSt The sale of the above property is postponed to Taetday, tlie 18th day of November, instant, at ine same nour ana piace. nov o, iciv. JAMES A. HAMILTOV, nov 8 3 Vf M 17 3t Master in Chancery. The sale of the above property is prolixin ed to the 4th day of December next. Dated November 18, 1817. : JAMES A. HAMILTON, , , nov 27 dta . Master in Chabcery. ' Tbe sale of the above property is postponed to the second day of Janaarv next, at the same hour and place. Dec. 1st, ihu. JAMES A. HAMILTON, decSlawtds Matter in Chancery Tbe tale of the above property is postponed to 1 nanaay, ine zvn insi. at we same nour ana place. Jan. X, IUIT JAMES A. HAMILTON, jaa 3 dta Matter ia Chancery IN CHANCERY. Stale of AmsFarS a IN purmaace of a decretal order of thit honora - 1 Me court, bearing date tbe 20th day of December, in tbe year 1817, will he sold at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee Houte. in thecitv of New.York, oa Tuesday, the thirteenth day of Jaauary next, at IS o'clock at noon, all that cer tain lot of ground and mesuage, situated in the fourth ward of tbe city of New - York, known and distinguisbed by bonne and lot number four, in Cherry - Street ; bounded northwesterly in fronton Cherry street, northeasterly bv lot and bouse Dumber six in said street, beloiurirur to Maria Otaxwd, southeasterly in the rear ny ground owned or occ upied by Ale a aader H ami Itnn.aod south - westeiiy by other ground of tbe said Maria Osgood containing ia breadth ia front twwrfy five reex ; m uie rear sevenieea reel ore locnes a 00 one quarter of an incbt in leogth on the north easterly side one hundred and three fertoine inch es : and on the soatbwesterir side one buedred and seven feet six inches, be the same more or ess ; togeUier with the apparteoaaces. Dated December SSd, 1817. WM. E. DUNSCOMB, j Masterly ia Chaacery. - decStlawtJaaSdts . FOR SALE, Tu IBOdtrticD built hasAmnl mttrw tlrtata. J10. 08 Chamber - street, tempklejg furnithrd. - Toe rorniture is new and tuiuihw .u sold at a large ledaction from cost, togethrr wttn the houte, or separately a may suit tbe pnrcUser. For terns apply on u premises which may be newed from 11 naUJ 3 a'clock. Jt ' 11 If : JL " 1 J, iMtWad pomstioBgiTCn lil of Ala - v meet, it rioired. subitantiat brick hove, three stories hiah, (with several accommonauoiieaiMcoaTeiueircH make it an agreeable dwelling for a genteel family) situated in the anoat wholesome part of this city, and having a pomp ofefcellent water wtthm the lot I the property a fee simple, ana free from all incumbrance. - If not sold at private sale before the loth of February neit, it will then be sold at auction on tbe loth and mi - follewiftx day.' . Also, a complete set of carpets, elegant furnitures, household utensils and various effecti,partietiirly a choice collection of books, bv U. U. .TUNTAI3E. lowborn appiT lor par ticulars, at hit auction room, No, 133 Water street, corner or rue. jaa7 - ? FOR MLE. 4 J ' The houses and lots Vot. 161 and 163 William - street If not diiDoted of at pcivate sale, prevtoot to the Sftth mttaut, they will on that day be offered tor sale, by auction, at the Tontine Coffee House.' .For further particulars apply at No. Sit Doane - etreet. ; jaa 7 tf , FOR SALE, aaai raorawTT im ran citt o hew - iork. r"l A BRICK HOUSE aud Lot No. 11 2 Bowerr - BTABLEiu tbe rear - toseth er with the LOT, 44 feet front, 42 feet rear, and iv feet oa earn viae. , - HOUSE and LOT No. 37 Vesey - etreet ; and House and U No 39 Vesev - Street. A BOND and MORTGAGE for ISOO dollars. do and do . for 750 do do and ' do ' for 450 do On valuable Bronertr in the city of New - York The interest has always been punctually paid. f or particulars inquire at trie ouice ot STEPHEN P. LAMOINE, deti 10 tf ' Wo. S7 Wall - street f t'OK SjiLE AT AUCTiOJf, VuJ At the T. C. H. on tbe 1st day of March aexTtbe FARM belonging to the estate of the late Dr. Isaac Lcdvard. situated one mile 'south of the villace of Newtown, Lour Island. The Williamsburgh turnpike runs through the Farm, on one aide of which is a new excellent stone wall. half a mile in length Tbe farm contains about 150 acres, 15 of which is a fine Wood Lot, with two apple orchards, one old, the other just beginning to bear well, and a suitable proportion ot rood salt meadow. The Mansion House it laree and convenient, four rooms on each floor, with a ro d kitchen and cellars : attached is a lanre barn, crib, ben boom, smoke bouse, well, and 1 new cistern. Ice. The court yard and garden con tain a variety of fruit trees and shrubbery, a large asparagus bed, raspberries and currants . Also A FARM adjoining the above, contain ine about sixty acres 1 attached to which it ane. qual proportion of Salt Meadow, and a lot of young wood, nitrated witom ies man a nine 01 ibe larm, containing ten acres, witn a laiin house, barn. well, ratten, tic. Likewise A Lot of Land, lying at 8prin6e!d, south of the village of Jamaica, containing between four and five acres, oa which are about a dozen lam cbetuut trees, suitable forfencinr. The above lands wi l be all regularly surveyed, and map of the same exhibited some time previous to, and at the sale and disposed of by tbe acre, with the building thereon, inclusively. ... Possession iveo on the first of April. For further particulars, apply at 49 Dey - itrseL jan a tas WILL be sold at public sale, at INo. 44 Market - street. Philadelphia, oa Wednet - day, January 14, 1818, hy order of the assignees 01 iionn twarrington, ail nis woe a in inuic, coo Mting of Oold and silver patent lever and plain watches uoid, gilt and steel chains, seals and Keys Gold and gilt finger and ear fioga - Do do broaches Spring and other brsthes ' ' V day and 30 hour movement ' Do do ' brats castings Do . do aad murkal belli ; Do do firmed work and pioioni Sheet brass, pig brati, spelter . ' Black lead and sand crucibles, Rolling or flatting mills Planishing stakes and hammer Clork and watch dials and main scrinrt And a lanreand ireneral assortment of Clock snd Watch Makers, and Silver Smith's Tools, Files and Materials. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock. Terms at sale. . jan S lw IJfDJOHSTlOJf OR SOUR ST0M.1CU. S acknowledged by medical writers to be a complaint ol stubborn kind, and at all time - very difficult of cure. This is sufficiently illustrated in the disappointment of those who enfor - oately suffer under it, as they, for the most part, find that after having tried many things to little or no purpose, they are at latt obliged to use (tor Derhaiie the remainder of rife) such articles as can at best but palliate the disease. Under tucb circumstances, any medicine capable of removing tbe complaint, must surely be an article highly deserving the attention of all those who are afflicted witn it ; eucn a comoinaiion is to ne met with in Dr. MRAD'S ANT I DX SEP TIC or STOMACH PILLS the success of which has never vet been eoualled. for tbe cure of dyspepsia in its most complicated form, tucb at lots of appetite, nausea, heart burn, flatulen cy, knawing pain m uie stomacn pain ia uie tide, great rostiveness, paleness in the countenance, languor, lownett of spirita, pain ia the head, virtigo or giddiness, ana disturbed sleep Whoever applies these puis m the above oitsase, according to the directions, will never be disappointed, as they have never been once known to fail ia 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 of tbe stomach, not merely by neutralizing the acid, but by correcting that morbid state of the secretions which gives rise to it, and at the same time will restore to the debilitated ore ant of digestion, that tooe an I vigour which is absolutely necessary to the well being of the animal economy. To be had at Brook at Carle's, Pearl - street, atJ.C. Morrison's, Greenwich - ttreet, and at Hull A Bowne's 146 Pearl - street, where druggists and country dealers will be served on liberal terms. (Tr Price one dollar per box. dec 34 6 . An and elegant exhibition, at the old Muxvou UhalhermlTtN. THE TOWN OF BOS TO V IN MINIATURE 'P BUCHESNE respectfully inform! tbe la - L . dies and gentle men of this city, that he bat now exhibiting at tbe above plare, a cr.aplete mdel of toe town of Boston, in block work. which represents the public buildings, tuch as tnurcnes, stores, puimc euiooet, kc. c. Alto, a View of a Sugar Plantation, blacks at work, narnjng tugar, rutting rune, &tc etc. A view of south wales, the most prominent feature of thit view is a mountain, oa tbe summit of which is ecatle,timng!y fortified ; rah bers' cave ia the interior of ibe mountain, ate Admittance 25 cents. Doors open from 9 o'clock in the morning till iu in tbe evening. jan 3 2w t W BROWN, atone teal engraver and jewel' JL . ler. No. 166 Broadway. Coats of arms, crest , cyphers, &c engraved on stone. A handsome atsortmeot of fine gold tealt, cnains, and other jewellery. Ladies' scalt eograTcd with coats of armt. (Bottos, and fancy devices. - Diamonds, amethvtts, crystals, iic. bought 10 tbe mugn or cut tn any lorm. Books of heraldry kept with npwarlt of 60.000 aamea. Jaa 7 3m BO A HO. A number of gentlemen can be accommodated X34. with good boanliof from the 1st of Novem ber aext, at No. 91 Cherry - strceL octl6fawtf "lOTTO .YARN. The COMMI - 5SION r ss ij - 1 .1 , , 1 - .! 1 wifireci, nave now i sale, most Not. or Cotton Yarn, from No. 4 KJ COMPANY, 143 Pearl street, have now for to 30. jaa 8 WINE BOTTLES. 25 gross of Wiae But ties, ta bulk, for sale by GEO. M. WILSON. jy8 130 Water - ttrtet, - 1 I - . " w - - ..II r JVORSAIE, E t ... . .. " ' . a St 1 I A li arts nfaMafawl AftftiAa&Bit LaULit Ul UUO' .ulll,8 0 ofl Pouehkeepsie, ia Uie county of Dutches, cen - taimn - r tix hundred sad seventy acres, having a fmtt 3r three Quarters of a mile on tbe river, two hundred and Uiirty acres of aiichisaflae pl - eoofl gleat lerullty, ine reuaue is emote 01 umcrroi mJitT.vMstare.Walow and wood, of which there is tipiii iuwwium vi uw uuct There are upon tbe premises a good farm - house, a oaroano exientiTe sneus imjo ou 117. tni wllinir huuia and a variety of out - build iogt, with every ronvenieuco for a large farming i.ki.hinerit. Ttiefarmis very well watered and in good fence, and has upon it two thrifty young orcbarutj and uie garden lsnnea wuu a mil variety oflrn best fruit. It is in the neigh bourhood 01 an episcopal ana a rreiDjienan Church, and adioint an academy lor ine education of hove, uoder tlie direction of Doctor A I leu ana wtiuin a nine 01 nvut rsm lanuiiis i iivih - .i ' ' . . t it 1 i) 1. 1 1 : . whence sloops sail every week to Ne w - Y ork, and where passengers are taken and landed oy we patting steam - boats. - This tract may be divided into three convenient farmt s 200 acres may be token from the north and XU0 from tlie soutn. f leaving S70 acres, with the principal rwildings, in thu cxntret on both of which are fine situations. commanding beauutui and extensive views ot the river and adjacent country. The above will be aold altogether or in separate parts to suit tbe purchaser. . Alto for sale, two Farms, situate in the town of Wathiuxtno, in the tame county, lying about twenty mi let from the river, one of them contain ing til acres, the other J83 acres ton both of which are new and commodious dwelling houses, bania and out buildinss. and erood .bearing or chards t tbe soil fertile and the farms in excellent fence. A considerable part of the purchase money for the above may remain for several years on interest. .. .. For further particulars apply'to the subscriber. ' J friti JOHNSTON. nydePark, Nov.S7th, 1817. . dec 1 eod6 a TO LET or for SALE, ' And potscssion given immediately, a convenient two ttory houte, bnithed in the modern itile, oow occupied hy the subscriber. ELBERT ANDERSON, dec tf No. SO Provost - street. A rALUABLb FARM, To be sold or exchanged for property in New - York. . Tbe subscriber being in a very low state of health, and having very little hopes of recovery, offers for sale hit farm at Bnrbadoes neck, county of Bergen, containing about on hundred aod thirty Ave acres of arable, meadow and woodland. Thit farm lies on the main road between New - York and Newark, about half a mile thit side of Newark Bridge. It is in every high t ate of cultivation, and is oot surpassed by any other in the vicinity of New - York, at a valuable and agreeable retideuce, either for tbe farmer or private gentleman. The dwelling house, though tmall, it neat and well finished, and the fences, gates, barot, stables, and other out - houses, are ia excellent order aod well planned. 1 11 front of tbe boute, bordering on tlie public road, is a handsome and well stocked garden, and 00 the premises is a young and thriving orchard, containing a choice seiectioo of the bett grafted fruit trees. A more particular description of tlie property is thought unnecessary, as tboe disposed to purchase will view the premises. The title is in disputable. For particulars, apply to the subscriber, No. 188 Pearl - street, or to Mr.. Andrew Smith, near the premises. nov!4tf ROBERT STUART. STORAGE iljj Storage may be had oa the first floor of the store No. S9 South - street, which will save the expense of hoisting. ' dec 26 VALUABLE PROPERTY roa ialr. e - WILL BE SOLD, Until At public auction, on the premise, on Thursday, the Std day of January next, atone - 1 - 1 L. D 9 viuvn, vi. A SMALL FARM, containing about ten a - cres of land of tlie first quality, lying in Brooklyn, about two miles from the ferry. On tbe premi ses 11 a handsome new dwelling houte, standing noanemineoce. which commands a most beauti ful and extensive prospect of New - York Bay, Statenl'!aDd,tc. aed for pleasantness of si(ua tion is not exceeded in King's county ; aud anew earn or varnage uoote. ALSO. A FARM, of about 17 acres of upland and 8 l - S of Salt meadow, adjoining tbe property be. fore described, having a good house, barn, &c. ALSO. A FARM, containing about twelve acres of upland, in a high state of cultivation, and 8 1 - 2 acme of salt meadow, adjoining the turnpike leading from Brooklyn to Jamaica, on which is an excellent young orchard, a good dwelling noute, a nrsi - ruie barn, cc. occ. LIKEWISE, Four lots of Woodland, of 7 acres each, lying about a mile from the above described farms. The above property will be sold separately. Any perSiia wishing to purchase is invited to call un ura miimviiuvii uj huuui utv ncuim win 11c showo, and any farther information given, which may be required. JUn.t i. tlAftl. ian 3 tds - - Brooklyn.' QTO LET, For a term of years, the house aad lot No. a Broadway, at present occupied by the Mite Kintey't, as a boarding house. For parti culars enquire of ROBERT L. LIVINGSTON, Clermont, jan 3 tFl P A TENT ELASTIC RAZOR STROPS. GEORGE SANDERS, lately from London, once more addresses the public, thanks them for part favors, and once more ventures to recommend hit strops as one of Uie most comfort' giving contrivances that ever blest Uie chin of man. tie will instruct any seu - tnavm gentle man ia the use of it, and when once possessed of tbe secret and a box of com position, he may say with the poet of nature, " To shave to sleep perchance to dream while in the operation and who would bear the tweaks and acts of bar ber base : who would grunt and sweat under a ioathome beard, or a dull .razor ute, when be might his quietus make with a timpl Saunder't strop?" Come then to his manufactory at the coraer of Kecd - treet and Broadway, and there you wiu nna ine subscriber always ready to re ceive the commands 01 bis customers. dec 5 If ROOSEVELT STREET NOTICE. VTOTICE is hereby given to all persons inter - ested, thit tbe commission r of estimate and assessment, appointed by the supreme court of judicature of the state of New - York, toper - form certain duties relative to the enlarging and improving R - otrvelt - ttreet, between Katavia - Lane and Front - ttreet, ia the said city, have completed their estimate and assessment, as well ot'the loss and damage suttaioed, over and above tbe beotbt and advantage received by the owners of the lands aod preraitet required for the said enlarging and improving Roosevelt street, as a foresaid, as also of the benefit and advnatage re ceived by tbe owners and parties interested of and in certaia land! and premi - ei not required for the said improvement ; and that we the said commissioner! have depotited a true con nf men estimate and astevtment in the clerk's office, of toe cuy 01 iew - i org, tor ine inspection ot whomsoever it may concern Aod notice ie hereby further given, that the report of thetaid estimate sno aesment will be pretvnte I for confirmation to the supreme court of iudiratttr thi state of New York, at the capttol, in th city of v.niray, on t naay, ine sixteenth day or January next, at the opesingof the said court, that dav, or as s oa thereafter a counsel ran be heard thereon. Dated this S9th day of Decern ber,18l7. (Cory) RlKJER 8TRONG.1 JOHN FORBES, 5 Commissioners. . NOAH J.1RVI5, S dec S3 , 10t ACOiV tr.yeii from tbe sta ble of iVra Slow - ley, SI John - street on tiie 30th Dec. of a light rH color, in t!b ears, ahowt 1 years old. Whoever will hrin$ the said Cow or give any Inform, lion thereof ah all receive a geaerom rewari Jaa lw POST COACH LINEto PHI LAD"FXPf ILi. lMroRTAWT TO rASSKBCERS. r - No cocaection with the pntt chaise line or the . tteam - boat Atiii. PARTWEBfHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPO SITION REVIVED. ' ANEW Line of Post Coaclies on Springs with every convenience for passengers and bag - goge THROUGH IN ONE DAY - between New - York and Philadelphia. 1 be Post Coach i.inewui start irom new - lorn: every morning at 6 o'clock, (Sundays excepted) ia the Steam Boat Atalanta, and arrive at Philadelphia the same evening, in tbe Coach. ' Fare 8 dollars. , The Steam Boat Line INDUSTRY,, will start from New - York every rnorning (Sundays excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the Steam Boat Atalanta, from the, north side of the Battery, lodge at Trenton, and arrive at Philadelphia next morning: at 10 o'clock 1 Fare through a5 50. The United States MAILCOACH.on springs. with every Convenience for passengers and tlieir bagage, starts from No. 1 Courtlarid - ttreet, 2d office from Broadway, New - York, every day at 1 o'clock, and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only 6 passengers admitted . in tins Coach. Fare 10 dollars. - Passengers are requested to be particular fn taxing their seats in tbe rott uoach Liine, as ne coachet belonging to thit establishment are of a superior quality for tba accommodation of pat - riiser. For seats in the bo ve named Lines, apply to Tuna LJiTfc - i r - i n .1 u . t Coach, Stage and Steam Boat office, at the old No. 1 Courtlandt - stieet, the second office from Broadway, New - York, or to ISAAC BROWN, Steam Boat Hotel, No. 1 Washington - sire t, comer of Marketfield - street, near the Battery. fJ3"AII goods and baggage at tbe ritk of the owner. jusr.ru lvun, su.s uu. N. B - Expresses sent to any part of the Con tioent,by THOMAS WHITFIELD. nov 8 ..... ; , .. POST CHAioi. LI Ne.. . s FOR H I L E L P H I The POST CHAISE, with every convenience for Passengers and their bnggage (through in one dy) will leave the City Hotel every day (Sunday! excepted) at 7 o'clock in the morning, by way 01 newara, ana arrive ine tame aay at rni hufa - lnhia. The MAIL COACH PILOT, in opposition to the Mail Coacb, with superior accommodation! for Patsengera and their baggage, will leave the City Hotel every day (Sunday excepted) at half past 1 o'clock P. M. will proceed before tlie Mail, and not subject to the Inconvenience of flopping at tbe numerous rost unices on tbe road, out every accommodation provided lor tne traveller, and arrive some hours before tbe Mail at Philadelphia. All letters ana papers carried free of expense oy ine lyoacnet. ' For seats 10 the above tines apply at the Post Chaise and Albany Mail and Diligence Office, No. 1 18 Broadway, opposite tlie City Hotel. : (r All good and baggage at the riiqoe of the owner. . . JOHNN.CUMMINO, Newark. ' . JOHN GULICK ft SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON ft HOW ELL, Philadelphia, JV. II. Expresset tent to any part of the (Minn. Jan 6 tf NEW ARRANGEMENT. (AS. MA IL - COA CHt.S, BETWEEN NEW - , YORK k PHILADELPHIA. OJ The public are assured that there is now handsome coaches, en springs, equal to any in the U. Stales, now running on this line. Passengert lor the V. S. Mail Coach will leave New - York every day at 1 o'clock Dine at J. Lyon It on't hotel, at Powle's Hook, and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only six pas - tengert admitted in tlie Mail Coacb. Fare $10. t or seats, apply to THUS. WHITFIELD, at the old established coacb aad stag office, old No. 1, Courtlandt - strcet, second office irom Broadway, New - York. All goods and baggage at Iheruk of the owner. JOSEPH LYON, SONS Si Co. N. B. Expresses, coaches, extra stage, tic. furnished to ero to any part of the Ueited States. on the shortest notice, by Thos. WhitfieU, fio. 1 L.onrttandt - ttreet, New - York. nov 5 Q cellenti TO LET, Tbe Store No. 134 Front - street, an ex cellent stand for a Grocer. For further particu lars mquire of RIPLEY WELD, nov 11 it r ront street. TO LET, And immediate possession given, the house No. 9 Pearl - street, together with the sta ble and Coach House in tbe rear on Bridge - sl The premises are ia complete repair and have every convenience necessary for the accommo dation of a family. For particulars apply to OCIX8 . Lj. DnAlildn D A NCKER - STREET NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given to all persons interested, that the commissioners of estimate and assessment appointed by the supreme court of judicature of the state of New - York, to perform certain duties relative to the enlarging, extending and improving of Baocker - streef, between Clinton street snd Grand street in tbe said city, have completed their estimate and assess ment, as well or tbe loss and damage sustained o - ver and above the benefit and advantage received by the owners of the lands and premises required lor the said enlarging, extending and improving of Bancker - street at aforesaid, at also of the benefit aod advantage received by the owner and parties inttn tted of and io certain lands and premises not required for the said improvement And that we the said conimiisionera, have dtf 0 - tited a true coiy of such estimate and assessment in the clerk's office of tbe city of New - York, for the impaction ol' whomsoever it may concern. Ami notice it hereby furthet given that the report of the said estimate and assemment will be pre sented for confirmation to the apreme court of judicature of tbe state or New - York, At the capi - tol in the city of Albany, on Friday, tbe sixteenth aay 01 January next, at the opening ol the said court on that day, or as toon thereafter as coun sel can ne heard thereon. Dated this Zuta day 01 December, 1017. PETER HAWES, ) ROGER STRONG, Commissioners BENJAMIN A. AKERLY. , dec 86 . - 18 CORPORATION PROPERTY. T0 be old at public auction on Friday the 1 20th February, 1818, at the City Hail, It o'clock. The highly valuable FARM now occupied bv Mr. William A. Hardenbrook, about 6 mile from the city,' containing together nearly fifty a - cret of land. It will be sold in lott from 5 to. 10 acres r situated on the 6th, 7th, 8lb. 9th, & llttb avenues ; on the la'ter stand the dwelling noute ana oat ouiitiings, but a abort diituuce from the Hudson River. Thit pr - perty is worthy the attentina of those who winh to possets handsome country tests t as its continuity to the city, commandiig views of oe iioct m, retiren situatiun, and choice quality of some of the ground, together with aa ample - ppiy at wooo, renoer it one ol tbe most desira ble objects of Dire hate. A map of the premise maybe aeen, and fm tner parucvian uowa, at the Ccoptroller Of - wiviuwi. torn matt PHILADELPHIA.: A 'sliKirilcirpab'iif knew how to iLfmkU 1 " 1: ; V . things that differ. ; "T W amberofthe faculty of phyri? andsur!rytfij - rl.,i.. i, L - 'T - a - j f ..... UJIC.M. ty to repeat some oosenratioB. . . the abuse of MERCURY; a rash, indiscriminate, and uurmh. ficd use thereof, pas been pnw. .and are annually mercurialized out of exi,u . """""w wo wis u view owes its fa thl results chiefly to thit source. " What a bit that a young man, the hope of hi" country, ! il.e darhng of his parents, thould be anatchedi. n mj .1 wm u uie iiaiau cnu enjoyments Of Ufa by the consequence of one unguarded momeiL and by a disease not in its own nature fatnL aaa which only prove so from neglect or impron., treatment.'' A gentlemar, (lata Dr. H'snal' tient) now perfectly ieary and well, had beta under physician of general practice, tax years! aud repeatedly saliva, d when recommended ta Dr. H. (by a gentleman of (hi city) hi honss - were carious, and hi aesh dropping from them , his friends declared he enulH nnt nnaill - vamuii efUarlYa t wo months longer. Thousand experimental) know with what ease and safety Dr. H ..a cites the severest cases, aad confirm tbe contU. tution. Tbe Doctor' plan (advertiting) i n. cesmry to guard the public against the abuse ef mercury, and other fatal delusions, held forth. Pert out, therefore, having contracted a private disorder, or suspecting latent poison, - at admonished not to tamper with their constitution, or conceal the disorder, till past recov. ,rr ; others having the remains of an old case, or other impurities of the blood, a well a ether complaint of a delicate nature, in either ix. should remember posterity, aad do justice to their consciences, by making application to Dr. H. at bis old and respectable estab - lithraenL No. 64 Water7street, four hoeset wett of Old - tup, to obtain that prompt assistance a - lone calculated to prevent disclotur. And beta let me claim your serious attention Remembiv a tapcrflcial cure is no cure at all ; unless tbe be. a ...... . . n.l. - olf jIaii ..M will I the disorder break out again with redoubled ma lirnity, at some future period ; perhaps then will hi. fan Into for rwmwlv. n..n'r nn nhmm . i toe sireeu miserauie, muuiaieg oeing. without even a bit o! nose on their face f Take waniiog. ' I beseech you. v " Dr. H's. character for skill and truhborn integrity being universally known in this city, tinea 1 804, guarantee to patient that delicacy and secrecy hitherto unknown, and having confined hi practice for yean past, exclusively to the cure of ' diteate of tlie blood sy ttem.'they may safely caU culate on tha most decided advanliravn i i tutting Dr. H. UleeU eradicated mure or three Week. Stricture removed without bodgie or any other instrument 1 mnA nil rlrkllili . 111. .n a pmrAJitT 01 oflicet are prortded. and m kid mit A I it tat nftltPatil atmat ltvf mwgusmaA V. aa.k Ata.. observation. Open till half past 0 in the evening. ' All rsweaiai aemmA idtwoiS.A An k.. T cailiog, and ipeakine with Dr. H. which ia irea 01 coii. And nere ut uocior cannot avoid (ba .vrirtMn'm aT urwAliiwtAm fnr nnnn.Ml k. - meadaOont, aad for the decided preference fit is oresumed with iurt cause) Innr rivn kin. k. - "" - 7 Bm.M - - MiaiWIUCiaiUIC ITI lUM ' ... - j,. " 1 a vj m judicjoui puhhe. . : it. o. aii iciiers man oe poll paid. Dr. Buchanan. ' . . :" AuaS7 lw - .. i NEITHER HUACX&RY'Noji iMpulu Dj It. EVAIYS. hnr!ni f methorl nrorinr . r. tain 1 h.i nan tiiMiini' Miry acknowledged in this city; hi mode or treatment I it perfectly mild, afe, ex - ii - iuiuuui. anq iui cnargt Ittance he warrant a cure. Id land will retara tr n - ;ri. ' . K. . l - - ''iu axreenota 1 ftoennirar - t - . - itw Wwi .... . Tlie tihctett secrecv alwatn K.j ' 7" . J - Tk.f. ,M IMMf iwrtnu I. Ik.. J .. I . .. . , ' r, sua vi cinity, laboring uoder various cbrcnio disease, tuch a cancer, old inveterate ulcer, acrofwla or king evil, uttulas. disease of the arc (bra. oi tcnua Bamic, uiiiuw una ouier obstruction, rheumatism, Ac. which they consider n. rable, they caa certainly be cured (in geaemJJ by applyingat Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, NcC , Peck - lip, having , practised ia axtAsiva hospitals in Europe It years, under some of tba flrit Snrpwins and Phniciana ia fk mrttA . 1 made those obstinate disease hi constant study for 30 year Oct IS ftt - WHEATON A DAVIS, Fancy Chair Manufac turers, No. 153 Fulton - strecL opposite SL Paul Church, offer for sale, wholesale afiil retail, a large and elegant assortment of Curld Maple, plain painted aad ornament ed iogold cLbronie, Bamboo. Plain and till Balls, Rocking, Sewing, and Coarerta - tioa Chairs. Sofas, betteet. Loiiocee, Music Stools, fcc. . order irom any part or we continent extent a with neatnes and dispatch. Old Chair repaired, painted and omameated. oct 13 NATURAL CURIOS1T Y. blic are infor - rned that thi morn ing wa landed the tana; expected FEMALE ELEPHANT, and it to ba teen at, No. 296 Broadway, near Washington Hall. The siie of thi animal it about 7 feet high, and about la feet long from the end of the pmbocci to tne end ot the tail. She it to be seen from 9 o'clock A. M. to 9 ia tha evening. - Price of admittance St cent. . - . wovS7tf , f WANTED - fii ijETnlilre'neniirchase. a Pood two story brick bouse, situated on the west side of the town, between Liberty b CbambeT - street I'd; test ion to be tax en si any time previous w Uie 1st of May next Apply at No. 148 Water - street Jun 5 eodfit QFOK SALE, The Hour and Lot No. 101 Lirjerty - ti 34 feet, breadth S5. - Depth of the lot 107 feet: Tho - e who may wish to purchase property of this discription, can at aay time view tba premise, aad terai of tale may be - agreed oO, by application to - 1 " dec SI 56 8outh - treet. - . IU11 Pfwmi. m, - a HAND PIANO FORTH. FOR SALE at JOSEPH WILLS0NS Music Store, 14 Maidew - lana, areavarka bly fine toaea secoou naaa piano, vj skv - u - . . 1 .ft. .11 T. I. M 1 , wooo. nuo, use touowuig wg,. wv; T1'1? . .... ' rouij ; . Said a smite to a Tear t Sie not for Lava Let Fame sound tha Trumpet JnH like Love t Love's Yotmg Dream - . Is there a heart that aever loved, be The Bower of Roe, from LaUa Rookn Willsoo. . : ' Clinton, Grand March, composed by i Willsoo. .. TlvaSmUe of Affection , The young Mary Moori Oh I Renaemberal The Wood Pecker, rang by Mr. IncUdoa ;. Black - Eyed 6'usaa And ererv article in th masical lin Jan 7 Sw " TTtNGLISH Canaoa and Musket Powder, for LEROY, BAYARD ft CO. dec 9 NEW - YORK : PRINTED AND PUBLISHED MICHAEL BURNHAXtt CO No. 4S Pixx - Tv.
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