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MISSIONARY JfOTli w - York E ' rTf A ttated meeting or we i oung Men ther with the ad - , mm del Wered it the Anniversary Meet JTwe published and will be ready ford,. toibutYon. Member, and Members elect, ar aTred to be punctual in their Uesirea xa us i ITTp.HlNSON. Clerk. an l i u - " ...sunl tDT COCIBTt lirfX teSy will be held at H&W Hall,oS Wed.ay events iiSh 5ntant at half past six o'clock. next, the BynrNTHW&ARD,8eC'ry janl2 3t V, r. ,. - r m tiiiiTI.K SOUP. .MORROW'. at No. 39 Reed.t An extraordinary rai luju. . . Family', .upplied C0(JSSE. "....r vidu - riTV ASSEMBLY Th7man;rT Brv. Boic. that there will 1 1 Li.l, the Evening of Wednesday .he nth instant JanI2Jt - - n.. following is the copy of a letter j - . iiterv Office at Richmond. from our lcry ot c. GaaeiB ft Co. January 4, 1818. Ticket No L , surgical Institution lottery, ol . .tmre. that drew the floating prixe of "oJOOO dollars on the ninth drawing, is owned br Victor Wauhop Esq a merchant of this city. Sordine anothor astonishing instance of the lingular good fortune that has attended the purchasers oi ucci ui f - drawn number in the Surgical Lottery, enti - tied to 5000 dollars, was aiso arawn ur jtiH man in this city t nd in the Wa hwgton Monnment Lottery, there were capital prizes amounting to 72,000 dollars, drawn in and a - Richmond, and the number of tickcU vended in this state has been very inconsiderable. We remain, yours, ftc. jan 12 O.C. GRAClE ft CO SlGAR 4 GINGER AT AUCTION. mUESUAY, 13Uiintt. at 12 o'clock, at the J. foot of Liberty - st reel, North - River, 1500 bins of India Sugar, which will then be landed from the ship Cririe j the browns are grained and the white of a superior quality. It will be put up iu Iota to suit purchasers. Like - wise ginger. HOFFMAN GLASS. for HAVANA. The fast tailing coppered brie AL EXANDER, Wn. Booth, master, wdl sail on the 16th hut. For freight of 300 bbls. or passage, having excellent, accommodations, apply at 35 Front - street, to ' jan lg 2t J. PACKARD. For SAVANNAH, The packet ship MARY - AUGUSTS, . Porter, master, will positively sail on Sunday next, having half her cargo engaged For freight of to remainder or pauage, having handsome accommodaiions, apply on board at Pioe - st wharf, or to GRIS WOLDS ft COATES, jan 12 68 8outh - st. , tor IVA SUING TON, J. C. M Tbe Kbr' CARPENTER'S SON, VjjyHubbtll. lying iu Peck - slip ; will sail oa Wednesday next For freight or passage, aptly to the captain on board, or to R. ft C. W. DAVENPORT CO. jan 12 WINE, OIL, PAPER, ftc 130 qr. casks and 100 half do dry Malaga Wine 5 qr casks and SO half do sweet do very old 158 do Colsnenar do 300 half chests Sweet Oil, 30 betties each - 100 boxes do do 12 bottles each 60 bales Italian foolscap and letter Paper 50 do Gaiette do large siie 9 cases Fet Hats 15 cases Liqu orice Paste 1 box Ostrich Feathers, 1 do Chip HaU 3 do Manna in flakes Marble Slabs, veined and statuary, assort - : d sixes, for pier tables, fcc. A few boxes very superior Anchovies and Olives . 500 Marble Mortars, from 10 to 24 inch 10 bbls Furs, conaistinc of Wild Cat, Raccoon, Fox, Mutkrat, and utter skids Gunny Bar. Sic For sale by CIIA6. L. OGDEN, and A8R. OGDEN, jan 12 Washmgtoorstreet. DICE 36 tierces priuie ow Rice, landio; XV Irom brie Minerva, from Charleston, at pier no. W, I west side uuriuis; slip) for sale by u,t, cmi - k f riTivrlurrf t nuiii UAU Ob iiiir ri.iuii cud, Jan 12 St 182 Front - street. 11ICE - 103 whole and 13 half casks prime JLI new Rice, landing this day from the brig Minerva from Charieetoii, aad for tale in lots o suit purchasers on accommodating terms, if ta ken iron ine wimtu dt Jan 12 3t SALTUS, SON ft CO. HONEY 2 hhds. very superior Honey, foi tale by MULFORD ft LEFFINGWELL, Jaa 12 3t 183 Front - street O UM. 20 hhds. Molasses Rum, first proof, tor sate oy JACKSON ic WOOLLEY, j"12 75Wall - st. FLOUR. - 100. bbls Miyo's MiUs, landiac from schr. , at Peck - slip. IN STORE, 100 bbls, Richmond Mills 334 do Petersburg (Stokes aad Smith's brand) Fk tale by ' GRISWOLDS ft COATES, jw12 68Souh - sfreet. CO I I OiX. 3U bale very handsome Upland Cotton, landing from ship Mary Augusta, i vim ctiiumui cuiu ior vaiv DT GRISWOLDS ft COATES, J 2 68 South - street OIL ROSES, tic 100 ounces Oil of Roses, 10 bales or 2.000 lbs. Goals Wool or C. mels Hair 2 bales Tarkey Carpet Rugs, and A parcel of Nicaragua Wood. Landing from schr Vettat, from Smyrna. For sale by CAMBRELENO ft PEARSON. 12 67 Sooth atmtt RICE ft TOBACCO 150 tierces prime new Rice 13 hhds Kentucky Tobacco, 26 hhHi nM kiul (l A V: J - Now landing from different vessels, for sale bv . D1V1E BETH UN Eft CO. F IJ - .OUR. loO bbls. southern nrfm Vlrr J i r . . . GEO. M. WIL80N, J' 130 Water - etmt. X CUT MILL saws ASM ALL invoice of X cut Mill and Pit Saws, G. S. audC. 8. fcrsalebr ANDERSON ft HEARER, m. w Pl Water - street. W bo have m Store, Haod, ripping and dore tail Saws, brass and iron backs Cast Sttrl Chissel and Gouges Mortice Chisselt and Prswins; Knives rateat Carolina ft Virginia Hoee, No. 1 1 3 4 Wrought nails, 4d, d, fid, lOd, 12, ft 20d Bras and copper wire, of all sues Rolled and Sheet Brass, Brass Pans London Pms Not. 3 1 - 2, 4, 4 1 - 2, 5 Hardware and Japanned Ware, assorted for the country trade Engravers' Copper, in plates of all sizes, jsa 13 W A Cn - t'H'mnltd. ANTED immediately, a corn - fan ; a second hand one will answer. A pp to TL'CKF.Rft LAURIE ' For BOSTON Si FORTLAND. Tha elegant sloop MESSENGER, 110 toot burthen. Porter, master, wili be despatched for the above places by 20 Lb mst. For freight er passage, having very superior accommodations, apply to tne master on ooara, at Pier No. 13 E. R. or to WM. Si CHA'9. PORTER, 52 South - sU Who have for tale, and now landing Iromthe above vessel, 62 hhds best retailing Molasses 4 hods W. I. Rum 21 bbls.N. E. Rum 6 bbls. Cordial 4000 lbs Leather 30 boxes Candles 1U6 do. Soap 150 do. Smoaked Herrings, jau 12 lw 250 TURPENTINE. bbls toft turpentine, afloat, and for sale by R. ft C. W. DAVENPORT ft CO. jn 12 T EGHORN HATS. I case very fine Leg JLi horn hats, lust received; together with a general assortment of the most fashionable MIL LIN'ARY, for tale by - Mils. mrL.L.E.n, janl2 4t " 128 William - st. r ADIES BONNETS. DRESstS ti TRIM Li MING. Just opened by F. V. RIVIERE, 190 Broadway, a superb assortment of Embroidered Gold and Silver Dresses of the richest kind FancvCao Patterns and Bandeaux, cmbroid ered with silver Gold and Silver Trimmine for ball dresses Bonnets and Hats of the newest fashion, and very elegant. The whole is ready for the inspection of ladies, at the above place, and for sale on tbe most mo derate prices. jan 12 3t The HOUSE and STORE, No. 93 Ful - tou - stceet: built m 1816. of the best materials. The store. 33 feet lone and 13 high ; the lot, 57 by 25 1 leased of the Dutch church for 63 years, hoquire at the above place. jan iz - w lixslMtt of New - York, is, llE it remrmbered. that ou the twentv Uilh rjdav ofFebruarv. in the fort v first vear of tne InilenenilRnca ot trie United BiattS Ol Ameri . . - . J : .. r . : ca, James Bennett, of the said district, hath de posited in this office trie title ol a c nan, me ncm whereof he claims as author, in the words following, to wit : A Balniwe Chart, exhibiting a complete and final balance of the accounts in a merchant's Letter, kept by double or tingle entry; by James Bennett, accountant. In conformity to the act of the Congress of the United States, entitled " an act for the encour agement of learning, by securing (he copies of maps, c&arts and dooks tome autnors auu proprietors of such copies, during the time therein mentioned . Ami also to an act. entitled " an act, supplementary to an act, entitled an act for uie encouraeemeni o: learning, uy securing urc cooies nf maps, charts, and books to the authors and proprietors oi tucn copies, aunn; uio umes inerein mrnuonea, ana eairtnuug uic ucucuu thereof to the arts of designing, enrraving, aud etching historical and other prints."' Clerk nf the Southern District of New - York. ITr - The above was heretofore advertised in the Aibanv Retrister. according to law ; the ob ject of this therefore is to advise T. H. O. and otners, oi ineir danger. J. B(..liM i, iiccoumani. jan :23t REMARKS ON ITALY. REMARKS on Antiquities, Arts and letters, durins an excursion in Italy, in the years 1802 and 1803, by Joseph Forsyth, Esq. price 5U, is received and ror sale ny A. T.GOODRICH ft CO. 124 Broadway, opposite the City Hotel. N. B. Those who nave been entertained with F.ustace'a Classical Tour, will not tail to possess themselves of the above valuable work. For character of this celebrated work, see Ed. Review No 44. jan IT J UST published, and for sale by KIRK ft Mt'.RrriV. fin. t Wll.itret - Memoir eth Life and Writiues o the Rev. Claudius Buchanan, D. D. by the Rev. Hugh Pearson, M. A. Price ft 75 in boards. Extract from Hie London Literary Gasctte " We have thus condensed in as short a compass as possible the memoir of this active aad liberal divine, whose labours will long be remembered, particularly in India, wnere we trust ne nas sown the seed of an abundant narvesi. His Bio grapher has done justice to the subject, and we can say of his work, nearly what Dr. Johnson observed of another edifving narrative, that it it a performance worthy of the perusal of the Pbilo sopber, on account of the variety of iraportdnt rnnsiderauoat wtiirn it embraces, and of the Lnruuan, for iu animating stimulus to the no blest exercise, of charity, in spreading the light of Revelation where superstition it leagued with croeny, anu igoonmce sinas numan nature ai mott to brutality." Alto, rust rtttirtd and for tale. Letters from the South, by the author of John nun ana croiner joaainan. Salmagundi KnickerbockerNew - York John Bull and Brother Jonathan Knights or St John by Miss Porter The Heir, a romance. Useful knowledge, or a familiar and explana lory account ol the various productions of nature, mineral, vegetable and animal, which arechitfly employed for the use ol man, illustrated with nu merous figures, and intended as a work both of instruction and reference by the Rev. William Bingtey. .Jan 12. IN CHANCERY. Tbomai Williams . I Sarah Morrison, and Slate of New - York, si. Martin .Morrison. I N pursuance of a decretal order of this benora - I ble court made in tbe above cause, will be sold at public auction, at tle Tontine Coffee (louse, iu the city of New - York, on Monday the second day of February next at 12 o'clock, at nvjo ol that day, under the tiirecuon and super - intendaoce of the subscriber, one of tlie masters of this court All that certain tract, piece or parcel of laad situate lying and being in the coun ty of Green and Schoh'arne, and in the township ot Bristol and t reehotd, on the west side ol nu I sons River, beginning at a water Ash tree marked with the letters S S 168, for the seulh west corner of a tract ot land patented to Samuel Stinres, from thence south eighty six degrees west twelve chains by the south f a tract of laad patented to ionn Mono Scott, Esquire, and others, uience south fifty - seven chains and three roods, thence north fifty - seven chains titbe south line of the tract of land patenied to the said Samuel Stinges, thence south eighty - six degrees, west by the south line of tbe said Samuel Stinges land, fifteen cnains and three rods to the said water asd tree, the bounds first mentioned, which said tract of land was by Deed of Release, bearing date the tweniT - tixU) day ul September one thousand seres hundred and seventy, conveyed by Golds - brow Ranyer of the city of New - York, Esquire, to Roger iunitb, and by tlie said Roer Smith, on the thirteenth day oi'July one thousand seven hundred and seventy - five, to Thomas Griswpld, and by tbe said Thomas Uriswold to Daniel M. Hitchcock, and bv the said Daniel M. Hitch cock to John Davidfia (except nevertheless out of tb said tract oi pie, cmit. - iining ab - Hit seven arras torn ny uie uia Lrnniei in. tuicm - vc, v Surcsel scovill ) And alto, all that certain part. tract, and piece of land, situate, lying and being in tbe town of Freehold County of Green, and state of New - York, and contieutut to tbe land abote mentioned : becinainx at the east line of Samael Scovill'i land, where the tanw intersects the turnpike road, ronmag thence north one degree, wr - rt tea chain asd sixty links to the south line of the above dnenhed lanil, Ui - rtce ca same westward two chains and forty 'iaks. thence south one degree east b - atlitins and forty liukt to tbe turnpike, east two chains forty two links. Containing two acres two roods and six rrds, which together with the first ract, conttiat about one hundred and fifty acres, together with the ap - pnrteqancea thereunto blooaing or in aywie p pertaining. Dated, New - Yorl , Jan. 1 0th, IS ItS. SV11.UIA M CtAUAfi U IT wtds Master u CUaacery. TEN DOLLARS REWARD. LOST, on the 1st instant, from Westchester, a white and brown long haired Better DOG. oi tbe English breed ; has six claws on each hind foot, and answers to the name of Romoldi had on a leather Collar with a brass plate, engraved " L. Stansbie, New - York. Whoever will return said Dog to Mr. H. CHEAVEN3, 158 Broadway, or to Mr. LEWIS, Westchester, shall receive the above reward. Jan 12 St KEMARKs oa Antiquities, Arts and Letters, during an excursion in Italy, in the yean 1 802 and 1803, by Joseph Forsyth, Esq. just re ceived and for sale by W. B. G1LLEY, 92 Broadway, Price 2 50. ALSO. Park's edition of the British Poets, including the most esteemed translations from the Greek and Roman Authors, in 70 vols, elegantly bound and embellished with numerous engravings. Chalmer's edition of the British Poets, to Cow - per, including the series, edited with prefaces, biographical and critical, by Dr. Kami. John - ton, and tbe most approved translations t the additional lit es, by Alexander Chalmer, F. R 8. 21 vols, royal 8vo. call gilt jan 12 RUSSIA OIL. N SMITH DAVIES . ft CO. Chymical Perfumers, and Fancy Scap Makers, No. 13C Broadway, New - York, offer to tbe Indies and gentlemen of this city their Russia Oil, which is one of the most agreeable and useful oil for pro muting the growth of the hair. Ladies will find it the best for dressing real or false hair. Gentlemen whose hair has been injured by bad powder, would do well by using mis Oil, as ll corrects uie injury u luiutnicu. it mav be had in bottles, with printed directions. at wholesale or retail, at their manufactory. Also, a r neral assortment of perfumerv, fancy ar ticles and soap, dressing cases, work boxes, thread cases. Durses. razors, scissors, pen - knives. silver pencil case?, tweezers, tobacco pipes, tooth pick cases, amoer ana spar smtuing notiies, u - dour of roses in bottles, cologne, lavender, honey, orange flower and rote waters, Sic. tic. jan rg RENG.1L INDIGO. 1 J cases very prime quality, entitled to debenture, for sale at .5 Wall - street, by jan 10 J ALKoDiM ic VYUULL.r.1. 1 CsTk RICE. I JIr tierces prime new rice, received per ship Radius from Charleston, and for sale by . T. nt'TIITIWP I. f U. UL 1 IU.1L Oh. js. jan 10 92 Coffee - Houtc slip. RUM, &c 2 hhds. old Jamaica Rum ; IU hatrs sup. Calcutta Sugar, landing from sloop Satellite, and for sale by U. W. 1AUIU1, jan 10 55 Pine - street MADEIRA WINE London particular Madeira wine of the most approved brands, in pipes, bhds. and quarter casks, fit for immediate nse and well worth the attcntiou of private families Will be sold at reasonable prices, and in quantities to suit purchasers, by TI''ll'D tr I If TDICQ jan 9 29 South - ;t. BLOOM RAISINS. X00 boxes fresh Bloom Raisins, just received and for sale by N.L. ftG.tiRISWOLD, jan 8 16 South - street. FLOUR & TOBACCO. 160 bbls Flour, branded (Richmond Mill's) 200 do Petersburg do , 7 hhds Old leaf Tobacco 50 kees Manufactured do. branded I 4 P Labby." Inndiof from tbe sloops Brothers aud Juliet, and for sale by jan 6 66 South - street f f TOBACCO 28 hhds new crop Tobacco, of L excellent Quality, landing from schr. Rolla. from Richmond, for sale by D. BETHUNE ft CO. Jan 6 92 Coffee House - slip. IjRliVlE PORK 30 barrels, Jersey inzpectiop m. jusi receivaa ana lor i ny Jan 9 4t CORN'S. DUBOIS CALCUTTA GOODS. i E hundred bales consistinz of J B lift as, Luckipore, Chittabully, Callipatty and Putka. Cotsaot, Cbaurlpore, Comocolly, Johanna and Liuraipore. Stfuiiabs Jellalpore and Mow. Checks Gillahs, Romals, tic lot sale by CHS. L. OGDEN and ABRM OGDEN, jan 9 Washineton - street JAMAICA RUM, Ac 17 puns. Jamaica J Rum. 2 do. do. very old, and of superior quality 2 hhds. Molasses 1 do Castor Oil, 2 bags Pimento 4 casks Copper A auanlitv of Lance wood Soars Landing from schooner Rover, from Port Ma ria, and for sale by POTT ft M'KINNE, dec 17 56 South - street NEW and LA I E PUBLICATIONS, Life Patrick Henry Henry's Chemistry ; Hunter on the Blood Lady Morgan's France Welsh Mountaineers, 2 vols Harrington and Ormond, 2 volt Melincourt, 2 volt Lalla Rookh Pilgrims of the Sun A. Smith's Theory of Moral Sentiment Stuart and PI ay fair's Essayt Airt of Palestine, a poem Adam't Narrative ' Tales of Fancy ; Valentine Eve Rlioda H. Moore's Poemt Comic Dramas Female Scripture Characters Taylor't Essayt ; Sancho Hale's Advice ; Lara Readings in Poetry Branches Reports, vol. 7, A tad 9 For sale by ROBT. M'DERMOT, jan 9 222 Pearl - street. 4 lmopds. tiatstsra. English cbkbb, ftc i. Double Gloucester English Cheese, best quality Muscatel Raisins, fresh and very fine Bloom do do do Ladies soft shelled Almonds, fresh imported Superfine Richmond Flour, made from white ichsal, expressly for the use of families. With a general assortment ot the Desi groceriesfor sale by JOHN FRANKLIN, No. 115 South - street, west side Peck - slip, jan 6 lw T"EN I UCKY TOBACCO 18 hhds. prime IV. Kentucky tobacco will be landed this at - loraooa from the brig Orleans from New - Or leans r or sale by LA1DLA W, GIRAULT ft CO. jan 9 7t 67 Cofiea - Housetlip. HIDES. FOUR hundred Hides landing this day from Perseverance, and will he sold low from the wharf. Apply to JOSEPH OSBORN, 28 Sooth - street. Jan 9 6TRAITS BRANDY. TWENTY five pipes Cette Brandy, for sale by CHAS. L. OGOEN, and ABR. OGDEN, Jan 9 Washington - street COFFEE Very handsome Java Coffee land - ing at pier No. 9, and for sale in lot to suit purchasers, by JOSEPH OSBORN, jan V xo ouui sireeu i lOT i ON - 9 bales first quality Upland Cot - KJ ton, landing, and for sale by . cAl'L ALLEY. 98 Pine - street IN STORE, 32 bales Sea - Isiapd Cotton. Apply as above. Jan 9 BLUE NANKEENS. 1750 ps. Blue - Nan - ke - ns. f r tile at No. 2 Maiden - I - Jie, (north tidi) by GEORGE PALMER, entitled tode - Jlii beaturt. jan 5 5t . BALL DRESSES U TRIMMINGS. VANDERVOORT ft FLAN DIN have just received (in addition to their former assortment) a choice parcel of rJegaut Lace Dresses, richly embroidered in gold, silver aad chinelle Batin and Flower Garoitu ret for dresses, and Wrea for tbe bead . , ALSO, A small parcel of Infants' Cambric Caps, and Ladiet Cambric Hdkfs. richly worked ; aod Large Ostrich Feathers. jan 7 lw "tLOUR, TOBACCO K FLAXSEED SCO JL bbls Fredericksburg flour 24 half tierces flaxseed 14 hhds prime leaf tobacco, received per scan, VVm. ft Henry and Virginia For sale by jaa 7 WALSH A GALLAGHER. FLOUR, FLAXSEED, ft TOBACCO. NINETY - MX bbls supf. Baltimore (Howard street) Flour 60 do do Fredericksburg, for family use 89 tierces Flaxseed, and 13 hhds Fredericksburg Tobacco, just received and for tale by R. CRUMP, Jan 7 5t 90 Pine - street JOSEPH OSBORN, 28 bouth - ttieet, offers for sale the entire cargo of the ship Perseve rance, silver, master, Irom uatavia, via: 450,000 lb. very handsome Coffee 14,000 lbs Sugar 400 Ox Midi s 2 bagsCubuh IN STORE. 120 hales Calcutta Piece Goods, viz : Beer boom Gurrahs. haliaoaeore. baeerv and Calcut ta checks, red, blue and while Madras pattern cilia hdkfs. sooty romuls, thg and bandanoe hkfs. saunas, cossas, sawns, baltas, jalulpore and blue oiamoo.iies, die. ice. i Castor oil, senna leaf, ussnfoedita, ' Gum benjamin, copal, trajacautb, salamo - mac, tic. a:c. 50 bags mustard seed 40 kegt pickled salmon 35 kegs ground ginger , 50 chests hyson and tinglo tea 26 bags Calcutta iiigart 300 bcxet No. 1 ft 2 Chocolate 100 bolts Russia Duck 60 tons Russia iron 500 Russia Seal Skins 1 cast cross bar'd Canton Hdkfs. 1 case black Canton crapes 3 cases colored do 200 pieces blue Nankins 5000 j'kees long yellow do lUt.?,p8e"di Sicily Madeira Wine 3000 Calcutta goat skins bOOO Madratt do &c. ic. Jan 8 C10TTON. 20 balet prime Upland Cotton, for sale by R. ft C. W. DAVENPORT tc CO. RICHMOND TOBACCO ft FLOUR. 628 bblt. Richmond supf. Flour 37 hhdt prime new crop Richmond, principally large and leafy, now landing from'tclir Thomas, and in store, lor sale by Jan 6 BOORMAN ft JOHNSTON. COFFEE. TWO Hundred and Seventy bags St: Domingo Coffee, received per schr. Spartan, for sale by LE ROY, BAYARD tc CO. Jan 6 TEXTUCKY TOBACCO. 6 bhils. Ken - IV tucky tobacco, suitable for manufacturing, for sale by N. 41 D. TALCOTT. jan 7 LONDON MUSTARD. 40 boxes first quality fresh London Mustard, in boxes contain - inirig 6 dozen each. For sale by TICKER k LAURIES, jan 8 29 South - street. CIOTTON, Ac. 3 - 1 bales new crop Louisiana J Cotton, landing from brig Orleans 6 hhds. retailing Molasses for sale by N. ft D. TALCOTT, jan 9 64 South - street HEMP U DUCK - 60 tons St Petersburg!) clean Hemp bO bolts first quality Ruuia Duck For sale by JAMES D' WOLF, Junr. jan o a r roni - street, ITLOUR. 200 bblt. superfine Petersbarah JT Flour, landing, from schr Jane Maria, lor Jan 8 ' . 86 South - street ,1 USKETS and FOWLING PIECES, euti Y I tied to debenture. 13 cases British Muskets, with bayonets and scabbards complete. ' 5 dodo Fowling Pieces. Just received per iarcuna Ann, irom Liverpool, lor sale ny jan 9 P R KM SEN U CO. 26 South - st. ANTHON IT - STREET THEATRE THE public are respectfully informed, that the Anthony - street Theatre has been hired lor the purpose or exhibiting the performances oi tueiour ceieorairn EAST INDIAN JHOGLPIIS Lately arrived in the ship India, from Calcutta, l'he astonishing dextetriy and celebrity of these men in their native country, warrants their conductor in assuring the public, that their perform ances will lar surpass any thing or the kind eyer before witnessed in America. Performancei on Monday, Tnetday. Thursday and Friday evenings, the 12th, 13th, 15th and 16th of January. 'I he exhibition will consist of featt of LE GERDEMAIN. STRENGTH and ACTIVITY by tbe lour Indian Jugglers. Among a variety oi amusing periormancet win oe seen tncas with cups and balls, eec and bac. thread, sand 8 balls moving on a double stringed bow, at the win oi me jiuggier ; money and nanaaercoiei ; spitting tire; Burnt ioth. tumbling with twordt and spears ; lifting a weight with tbe teeth, and throwing it over the head: lifting a weieht solely with the eves : 3 spears, fixed in an instrument of20 inches diameter, falling from a neigm oi 13 feet, and enclosing the Juggler without injuring bim ; swallowing an iron pin which comes out of the eyes ; puttiug an iron pin into the eye, and drawing it through the nose ; thrusting a dagger 6 inches up the nostrils, ftc. ftc. s too numerous and varied to be mentioned in an advertisement Doors will open at half past tix and perform ance commence at 7 o'clock precisely. Boxet one dollar : children half price. Pit 50 cents. ian 10 MERINO WOOL, COTfON YARN, SAT TUVE TTS, tic. V.TTANTED, a quantity of merino wool ; also, v r cotton yarn, particularly low numbers, Proposals will also be received for making of sat - tinetts. The manufacturer to be supplied with the materials, and the business to be rendered, probably, permanent A contract it also wanted, for the running of a cotton milL or from 1 to 4000 spindles : the cot ton to be supplied, and the yarn to be received at a stipulated price. Apply at 148 Pearl - street, upstairs. oct 23 i'&H PUBLIC &ALE, ON Tuesday, the 27th of January, at twelve o'clock, will be told by Hones It Town. that vaiuame and in Broad - stieet, Mr. John Post and rear, on the north 123 feet 6 inches, aod on the south side 138 feet in depth. The House standi about the centre of the Lot. leaving good gangway on the north side, and fine garden front and rear. The situation is deemed delight - lui. rcrsons desirous ol purchasing, are request ed to view the premises. Title indisputable. rossession will ne given on the 1st day ol may next, runner conditions on uie atyoisa'e. leborah Post, ) Deborah Douglass, Executrixes. Catharine Ritter. ) fe'Rrpoti - Jan 7 t27 ADDKLSS ft SERMON. JUST published by R. ft W. A. BARTOW, 351 Pearl - strrt Franklin Square, and for sal? by them and the several booksellers. A SKK.viO. prenched on the day oi uianus - 1st. Ueorge's Church, Dy toe ncva. James Milnor price 5 cts. An Address, delivered before the superintend ent, teachers and pupils nf the Sundry schools attached to St George's Church, by the hevd. James Milaor, price 25ctnts. jin 9 3t ATOTICE. The Copartnership heretofore JLN existing in this city, under the Arm of lfWot Packard it LP Wolf, is this day dissolved by mutual consent All persons having unsettled accounts with said firm, are requested to call at 57 Front - street, for settlement New - York, Dec. 31, 1817. - JAMES D' WOLF, ISAAC PACKARD. JAMES D WOLF, Jan. dec 31 COiNCERT Of Vocal and Instrumental Music, at tlie City Assembly Room, City - Hotel. VI R. R. It MRS. MELINE'S Concttt will take IVI place on TUESDAY EVENING. Jan. 13. 1818, assisted by mot of the uroietson and am ateurs 01 this city. Leader 1 r. Hewitt PART FIRST - Overture, from the Grand Italian Opera of" O. raizi and Curiatli," composed by Signor Ci - inarosa, Full Orchestra Duett, " Love my Mary,' composed by Dr. Stevenson. Orchestra accompaniments bv Mr. Meline Mr. ft Mrs. Meline Concerto, Flute, Violti, Mr. Meline Song" Henry Sweet Weeping Willow," com posed by Lao. Orchestra accompaniments by Mr, Meline Mr. Meline Italian Air, " II furbo contra il furbo," by a gen tli - man Amateur, accompanied on the Piano - iurie iy iur. x.uenne Song Blanch of Devan," from Walter Scott't Lady of the Lake, accompanied on the Flute only, by Mr. Moline Mrs. Meline Waltz Full Orchestra Song and Recitative. The Last Words ofMar - uiion," composed by Dr. Clark, Orchestra accompaniments, by Mr. Meline Mrs. Meline Finale Overture, " Slave of Love,' Full Orchestra PART SECOND. Overture to Marmion, as played at Olympic J heatre, i'hiiaaeiphia, composed by Mr. Ale - line Full Orchestra Song, Loose were her tresses," from Collins't Ode on the Passions, composed by Signior Gi ordani. Orchestra accompaniments by Mr. Meline Mrt. Meline Concerto, Clarionett, Michcll Mr. Meline Song, Tho' Love is warm awhile," by a gen tleman Amateur, who hat kindly offered bit assistance Song, " The Soldier Slumboribg after War," composed by Wbitaker. Orchestra accompaniments by Mr. Meline Mrt. Meline Grand March, composed for the occasion hy Mr Meline Full Orchestra Favorite Duett of" All't Well," composed by Mr. Braham, Orchestra accompaniments b) Mr. Meline Mr. tc Mrs. Melius Finale, Full Orchestia Tickets one dollar to be bad at the Music Stores : Mr. Ronald's 188 I'earl - striet, at tin City Hotel, aod at tbe door of the Concert Room. Concert to commence at 7 o'cl I'clock precisely. Jan 8 6t LOTAiNV INDIGO. 15 serooin Floiant Indigo, ju?t received and fur sale by dec 17 77 Washington - street. SPANISH BRAND?. "20 pipes Spanish Brandy of good quality, forsnle by N. L. tc G. GKISWOLD, dec 16 Mi South - street TO LOAN ON BOND fc MORTG AG F, FROM Five to Twenty - five Thousand Dollars, to be secured by bond and mortgage on property in the city and county of New - York. Apply to A. 11. LAWRKM F. ti L.U. Ja Jan 6 6t No. 40 Wall - street. ffJT COUNTRY HEAT FOR, j AT Jamaica, on long Island, Queens County, late the residence of John Troup, Esq deceased. On the premises are a good two story frame house, barn, and other outbuildings: 23 acres of land in a good state for cultivation i 28 acret of wood land, of a fine thrif ty growth for fencing and timber i and a lot of 7 acret salt meadow. - untiiu property are two apple orchards, and a variety of other fruit trees. Jamaica being one of the most flourish ing villagea on tlie Island, renders this proper ty desirable tor a gentleman retiring from bu alliens. For particulars apply to M. DITMIS, 14S Pi arl - st i or to JOHN ft ROUT. TROUP, jan 9 tf on the premises, Valuable real property for salk TX O.N TUESDAY, the 20lh January inst Vjjtj by Bleeckcr ft Bibby, at public auction, in uie Tontine Coffee Honsn. at 12 o'clock. TWO LOTS OF GROUND, with he BUILDINGS erected thereon, situate No. 32 1'ine - strcet. in the occupation of Robert Stuart ench lot it 2 feet 3 inches in front 2 1 feel 10 1 2 inches in the rear, nnd average length 75 feet 9 inches. An indisputable title will be given to me pun - outer, ana possession on in - nrst ol May next. Information as to the property, title, and lom, Afakl. VM n M k. L.J I I ..' . . - . ' f 1 1 , maw .r imu 11 'l'l'ij IUR IU V ISI.LIUS nuuhHTi Ko I4 0dar - tree street, JAMES BOGERT, i Surviving Exec utors of J aco ) but Bogert and JAMES VAN ANTWERP Jan 9 I2t Qfo theurtt FIRE PROOF STORE. For Sale, (if application be made before day of February next) the very vain able lot and store No. 31 South - street, between Cmoties and Old slips, together with a joint right or title to the Pier in front Two thirds of the purchase money may remain on mortrare for any number 01 year Loam re of the subscriber no. 1 mum y - 11. s. U. URIO. fan 9 lw TO QUARRYMEM. FOUR experienced Marble Qtiarrytnen are wanted immediately. None need apply but those pertecuy acquainted with tbe butt nest ; to such constant employ and liberal t - get will be given. Apply to EZRA LUDLOW, 84 TJeaver - atreet OTO LET, A tmall 3 - story fire proof STORE, No 27Moore - atreet, next to tlie corner South - at Possession given immediately. Apply at a - bove. noy 12 PftHtf COUNTRY SEAT FOR SALE. The Farm known by the name of Cat tie Howard Farm, handaomely tituated 1 1 - 2 miles from Princeton, bounded in front by the main tnmpike road from Philadelphia to New - York, and in the rear by Millttone Creek, it contains 145 acres, 30 acres of which is woodland, 20 acres lying 2 milet fnm the farm, and a beautiful lot of 10 acret within about 300 yards of tbe right wing of tho house. Besides ornament trees, it conlunt a va riety of fruit trees, consisting of grafted pears, of the best quality, 17 different kinds; c'her. net, 10 diff erent Kindt, the most of them grafted and an orchard of the best apples, besides a young and thriving orchard of crab applet, for making the cider to celebrated, also, one of tweet applet for fatting hogs 1 , The bouse is pleasant tnd commodious with an excellent garden, tlie out - boutct and fences all in good condiiion. 1 ne above it a delightful tummer or winter residence. For further particular! enquire at No. 127 Pearl - st, " - York, or to the subscriber, on the premises, who will give an indisputable title tor the tune. - munr iiiv. jan 5 tawtf JACKSON HOTEL 41 uassao itkbet. PHE partnership entered into by Madame the Jackson Hotel, it thit day dusolved. The Hotel will in future be conducted by Ma dame M ON DION, alone. The public are hereby cautioned, that no debit hereafter contracted in the nasne of Deletra and Momtioo, will be paid by Madauto MON I !ON. Madame Mondion solicits such share ( the public favour at tbemeriti of the note! may. bv experience, be found t a deserve. Her customers will always find a Bar and Or dinary, or Table d'Hote, well supplied, aad a iaracr rrooracinx every Celicarv in season. Club roomt always clean, warm and readv for the reception of guests. R. IOLMO.N. New - York, Jan. 8'h, 1818. ja9 Sfw PUBLIC S ALES. BY FRANKLIN ft MINTURJf, Wednesday, the 21st instant, 12 o'clock, at the Tontine Cuffee - Home. REAL ESTATE, That laive and eletraut three storv brick house No. U Courtlandt - ttreet. Also at tlie tame time, those four brick houses Not. 10,. 12, 14 and 16 Moore - ttreet. three stories high, recently built, and good situations fur bu.incss No. 10 being the corner of Water - street and Moore - street Unquestionable titles will be given and terms liberal, which will be made knoan at the time of sale. Persons disposed to pur chute at private tale or withing further infbr - . mation will please apply at the auctioneers. Thursday, 15th lost XII o'eloek at the 1. C. H. that very eligibly ' situated and valuable Store and Lot 163 Pearl St. ' formerly ooeu pied by Palmer, Nichols tt 50, at present by Laverty, Shelters ft King. The Lot, is about H feet on Pearl tt. with a privilege la common of an alley 8 feet inches to the depth of the Store, 24 feet 10 inches in the rear, and 14o 1 - 2 lel in length, more or let - , having the right of a cartway into I'iue tt. l'he ttore it a 4 - story sub - tantial fire - prcol building, 56 feet deep, completely fitted for the dry good baai - , ncss, with iron tafe, shelves, curtain, counter aud book case 1 is now renting for 1S00 dollars peraonum; $15000 may remain on mortgage probably for tome time. 1 he purchaser may take a deed and pay the residue on tbe Lnl of r eliruary next, receiving the rent from that day or ou tlie first of May next, when possession will ' be given $6000 11 itvured on the store for 3 yeart from the 28lh February next Ten per cant of the purchase money to be paid on the day of tale. Tuesday, Jan. 20. XII o'clock, at the T. C. H. by otferof Wm. Denning, surviving executor of Thomas Smith, Esq. deceased, tlie House aad Lot, 40 Wall - tt. next lo the City Bank. n'tdnesday, Jan. 28. At XII o'clock, at (he T. C. II. The two houses and lots of ground, Not. 73 and CO Rivington - ttreet the lott each 25 feet front and 75 deep; tbe houiet U;o - tory, with good front cellars, cellar kitchens, ftc. 2 rooms 00 the first floor with pantries between and wida airy hath, 1 room on the second with 2 pantries and a good garret each bouse hat an alley through the yard, where there it grass plants, cisterns, ftc. tec FRIVATE SALE, On liberal termt, 5 valuable LOTS, tituated between Second and Third - streets, on Division 'treet, making a front of 172 feet, ail occupied at retail dry good tturet ground under lease to the present occupants for a term of years. For par - tic ulart apply at tha auction room. BY J. P. DILTKRICII ft CO. PRIVATE SALE. 1 elegant patent hanging lamp, tuitablefor ID, assembly room. Also, about 6 milet from the City Hall, on the Bloomingdule Road, a very handsome country - scat, with very convenient house and out Imild - ings, commanding a fine view of the noiUi river; would be exchanged lor merchandise ; terms ac - . corurood - iting, 1 or particulars apply at the miction room. A CARD. f Mr. WHALE respectfully makes known to the ladies and gentlemen, that bis next public will take place on Monday evening the 12th insU at the City Assembly Room, City - Hotel ; in tha course of which several fancy dancet will bo danced by Mr. W't pupils. , jan 9 3t CO PARTNKRSHIP. (r The tubtcribert have formed a connection, for the purpose of transacting business on, commission in this city, under the firm of J NO. ft GEO. VV. LYNCH. JOHN LYNCH, - GEO, W. LYNCH. New - York, 8th Jan 1818. AtrKXEaCEI. , Messrs. Le Roy, Bayard ft Co. I m lv.,.1 A? h..,i. l New - York. . lion. J at. Lloyd. ' , Metsrs. Thos. C. Amory tc Co. Boston. Messrs. niuiiton ei Barnard, jan 9 2awlro COTILLION PARTIES. T - The managers give notice that the first cotillion party will be at Washington - Hall oa Tuesday next the 13tb Instant. jan 9 4t no net. ft - All persont hnvinc demandt turainst the estate of the late Tbomai Cooper, deceased, are requested to present the tame. And all persons indebted to the said estate are requested to make payment to the subscriber. , I IPI' 1 UW ClUlDTItlAlll AblVIl B.1I1 8IIBI.IHUUII Jan 10 lm Administratrix. l'otmg jtfen't Mxiitonary Society. (IT The Young Men's Missionary Society of New York, will meet on Monday Evening nxf. at 7 o'clock, at tho School Room in Roeo - ttreet, ' near Pearl - street. Members are requested to bo punctual in. their attendance. MARCUS WILBUR, Ast't. Cl'k. Jan 10 2t - A ftienrm Academy of tlie Ftnc A rti. Ty Notice is hereby giren that an flection for President Vice FreiiJco and Director, for the intuing year, will be beld in' tho gallery of the Academy 00 Tuesday next, the 13lL intlaiit. Tbe poll to be opened at 12 and close at 2 o'clock By order, ALEXANDER ROBERTSON, Sec'ry. Jan 10 2t r If Mr. JOHN MAY, who was at King ston, (Jamaica,) m the year 1805, will rail at No. 76 Pearl - street he will confer a particular favour. Aar information as to bit residence will be acceptable. jan 10 lw T - ' Wanted by two or three gentlem an of respectability, about the first of February next. two bed - room 1 with a tmall sitting room adjoin - ng, Innusbed ui a plain manner, and witmn tea minutes walk of Uie Coffee Hons. A line addressed to Z. M. aod left at this office. will meet with prompt attention. fan 8 4t '.If The coDartncrshiu benioloro taitlinr under tbe firm of Georee Aitor 4r Co. wsj dis solved on the 31st day of December last, by mo - - tual consent all debts due 10 uie nrm 10 oe paia to Geo Astor. bv whom all claim t against tho said firm will be liquidated. utO. A a IUR, WM. DILWORTH, jan 7 lw 144Water - at. NOTICE. ny Tbe copartnership of A. S. GriswolJ ft Co. it dissolved by mutual consent. Tba bun - nest will be hereafter conducted by A. S. Gris - wold and Kneeland Tewntend, under the ram firm. A. 9. GRISWOLO, KNEt - LANDTOWNSEND, EL1HU TOWNSEND. Jan 3 2w T7 VELEtN'A hUWER, as axr.uizcd aoj Hi sung by Mr. PHI LI PI'S, is now ready for m1 at J. A. ft MaiuVn - laoe. II GEIB'S Jtfutic Store, 23 ian 10 tf WAN! ED, a good double mnhoe - anv Deik, also, a pleasant Counting Room, near tlie Coffer - House one in South - street would be preferred. Apply at 35 FroDt - ttreet jan 9 3t t OH SALE, foe boos to - 1 lot of groouJ No. 18 Rote - sirtt ; the lot is 25 feet froat and rear, ana iw fe t deep ; the hou a brick frout, sides and r?r fill;! in with brick, and built in trie moat substantial manner For further particu!ari n quir of A. 6TEEN BACK, . jaa 9 1 v Ne. 334 Broadway,

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