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5. n r j wo years oio, saut last auu caa De sent .10 tea . iinmeaiately Apply to the captaia on board at ' the foot of liarruoo - ttreet, or to ; - . V . - ' JOHN BYER3 y. Wkktu for lnUe, '', 1 J500bblsirranod plasUr of Parti p . - m V 600 tons Nova Scotia plaster ' ' ' - , 120 do French : - do in lots to .suit por - t irher Apply u above. . ."' ' . U II it I, . - . r awiaaawa ft . wfiiv The 'ship DRAPER. W. Adams, 1 a. ui.Dne Mr ir , j - . msster 1 a first rate ship, will meet . 1. , 1'. .i J ; ! a? ..ft apt, apply to the master on boaraatriv - 1 mxrket whar or to , - .. ,i,t.; i ,. dec 29 tf - H. W. ROGERS CO. - .. . . . i v . . 1 T ' The substantial fast aadine; ship ' T '1 - m.wTtT.T.' n. Field.' nsaster t will commence loadinc on Mondnv. harimr liearlv ( the whole of her cargo ready to go 'on - board, . win BcoiapaiGiicu wllLrUUl UC1&Y. ( rur itciku i f about SLSQ casks flaxseed, cotton, or cabin wjy II - aad steerage pssssge, having' 'excellent ac - H . - commodatimis, apply to , " , ' - ' R ' ' rilr0 ' www a sw ' ' THfW Wit CM 1 dec t3 . .'" . ... 118 Front - street vf Sl '' The lubaUnrial coppered ship 1 iiiiirin, Deroe, roaster, to sail in.a few days ' 'For frriiht. akirh will he km lnur nr hxa sage,pply to. ,.. . s . 1: 1 ,.1 . i - 26 South street ' '' tot MoiiiU tnd hlaktlnZ The el tyrant Cut sailing new packet Lsclioouer TUOMAS illlELDS. capt. L'ucker, havinir superior accotnmocUOon ' for , cabin passengers ( most of her cargn being en - . traged, will meet with immediate dispatch. " For freight or passage, "apply on board, west , aide Old - slip, ott 19 v n w , PETfclis'iV" lirnmrir ? '''dec 39 fi - ... V. 29"Coentiee - sliB.' . 1 4iS ThsshinMARfA CAROLINE. 1. .1 iLiiini' at Jttne'.whrr uilt i;.n.ia - k d in ail thi4 week , she la a vn - v r. cw' ,n'11 elqjat accoinmodatioivi ' w frelgiit of passage, apply to Z '. - .' ' ; hi ,WftJK .MWiR.IH,7 dec30 .... . , . 83 Sooth - stroet. " .V l ' ABrilish brie of bout 200 tons. to , - JL i'oad for a port in EogUndor JooUaoiW Apply to., CAlJCfcllLEXG PEARSON. - dcc8 ' T v - v - ' - 67 ftSouth - ct r 00e, trngfa er CWer, ie 0 - .TbU"ochBood Uip ANGELICA - S70 tons burthan. ma vMr aM. ...ik . d.aud ia complete order U receive canpx, t slows about StJOO bbls. a very Cut sailing ship, , has large axcommotUlionst for passengert, and t wU calculated for the Newhrleans trade - A p - : i - ' . A. t H.I3I woi.u, - .f 1. 0. Thabng ATLANTIC, capt Bailey. ' aMai .wftt nuuui IWMDUI ssreskov (ore rauva. . .ftMAA . - .1 . a. . . . ... . . , ' - S" c w anu to sea wiUMBl 04 ay,j Apply en board, or to - - - Z j R. it C. W. DAVTifPORTfe CO." ..ft. UlULiaWa, IJtuM - faw A 1 good SLOOP or SCHOONER, that will carrv about &TkQ lumli C - vijfB w ocrniuua will begivso. . Apply, to immediate tfupatch TUCKER fe LACRItS, ' ' 59 South - street jail 3 !Wrt r. aea fiust oa enttu. VJi V? hr FAVORITE. H. H. Fiabt r lan'in, ijun isi wuan aoove Uorer - M. "J"u' tiw Darren, 11 nontha eld, Philadel - w v.poMui ovrinr, r i rz w. ti. th loonrtT, or at ht u. H. shp. OIVIKBETHUXEAtjCO TOT tmtrhl ArtH.rt, KIV ' iTb ,ub?fd bri - EUNICE, How, ' aMt tuwer, 01 IV3 u, Z BMOlASOld, a txrior mi.i smT uo.i. 1. 1 .Wyat67 SoulhHitreet. to ' Ap - ManS - CAV1DIIKLENG ti PEARSON rr - fr Hale, Freirftt or Ckarfrr. ' V ftT"! ,khr ou - v. &. SAlXYi of rive b - V"7'C1 tlaU ma last sailer, "J . ?rdcrt 11,4 n)W ready to receive a .flfO. Appk on board at Murray's - wharf, or t I - TALCOTT. C 5ouUt - strect. ,,.jan. .1 ' 1. j I , Li.?, NUMBER" 4Mi ..!. ...f,v IV;.'. .'Vl ? Vans" ' - - - . C '' A SLOOP,' no budding of Crehest VU f fierias,'&W 100 tons; limbers of live V,oW locust end "cedar bP1?? V - JthiU iak, bjfflt on parnott fox th AS fffwr trS where r.paU:i.t)atlirnJ 'WlHWl draw but litUe - ynUr'nM 1 'Vboard throuW U cealr her M, .r - . dSTxDected to n very fast., K f j. ,, W4i Also, t SlUf f MO.V f, v f nbr a JUverpooJ or London. trtdfthai W HiTV", tuW J , tunber nor o v - ' 7 , ' ' rTv'Tb: Iris AMPIIUCAN, bttrthn x'Vi . . . i - it . , k.t mttriala anil u en Dili, aMmw "?."! - - , ,;,lored the last yaarw packet batwetn.thw ' Lrtaaa 3aannah, li at Murrr' wharf - Ap - Fot SALU, . XJHK ' "T "t'rri fait Kkilinr lloOD PARA' V - JiOOlT. Clilld, master burthen 66ton, btr.tn Middletown, (Conn.S by Mr.TUoTiaa Childs, of, the best materials, has. made one Toyape to the West Indies, is one year old, tnd can be sent to sea immediately. For terms apply to the master, on board at Burliniislip, of to " ' . C BIS WOLDS & COATES. . l dec 18 : . , 6R Southtreet. for GIBRALTAR, L. iMl The fattsalliiigbrir LAURA - AJW, i" ' XJu P matter; Bai fine eccomuio. t liatioat Tor passeogers. For freight of 500 bar . - jell or pottage, apply to the captaia on board, ' Srett tide BurJinu - lip or to . . , .. . - a. griswoldV 'dec 50 "' ' ' - 86 Sooth street .. For SALE, ' The new and fast sailinrbriir FAME. .built of the best seasoned timber, and faiditullr - out toirethej'.her' rinrinK and sails ore of excellent, qttdity,' this ressel is well calculated tot a anuweru rsicKn, navmj uu - orae sccomtiioditions. ' Fot terms and a view - ofherihrentory, apply to - v - , ' GRlsWOLDS k COATEV ' i - dee 15 ;t - '.'63 Sbuth - atrret. i4V - L'.i. .a. e t L t - . iijiVm. Napier, matter, barthewooe hun - t Vired and fii e toot, will stow about 900 barreli, ' , . .. ' rrtifcni or q uarter, , - ftv The fin? L$p FOSTER, burthen 350 i M ton, ii in com old order, for an v ov MMMriVW 4 ' p age and ready fur the reception of cargo. Apply to captain ,Moran, on board, er to rw A Th iUncb,iubtaiUaihip DRUT - T tLMOND. eapt. R. Quariea. - win be ready to rei.ir a cargo' in a tew rtajtv For terau ap - plr a board, at Pier Nv 17, or t f - 1 Jan 3 A, '. , ; .' ,;. r ' 68 Souft - drf - ft bait, tretghi i,itrUr, - Tha pod fartwiUof Ui? NYMPH, 1&7 4eoabortheni in coMDlaU order to receive a cargo ay be teat W m without de - Ur... Applr on boarL cut Fly - market whar or to k (N,L.tG. C Bis WOLD, Vu jao 8 ',". 4 ; . j ., 88 xmth - it TtA WIT i (V1 l.hU U "?r. trtti - v & Kilinv viMwI. and in mod or. der toreceirea cargo, i - wJpply to ' - ! - .u - 'H. L. t G. GRIaWOID, ' jmn . ' ' ' 86 Sonth - tt - .'fin ftufc, a ft wy vi' ' ..f fv "A newp;lot boat built SCHOONER, 1JJ 120 tons burthen, built in the best ftV f ' manner, of good materials, and copper fastened, a very fast sailing ressel, and may be cent to aea with small expence. . Apply oh board, at Bur!ing - lip, pr to . - : '" lafl H IS. US O. GKJSWUL.LI. I - ' . t' I . i. - i.j tL..iftV ' wjiiSY The ship" MIRROR, 320 tons bur - tihnn. ii a irami VimuiL 9 vaan old. itowi about MM bblt. and tail fast. , Apply ou board, west tide Burtios - tlip, or b . ; ' ' Jan 8 - fi6goulh - st FOR SALE, ; kffv The ship EMUU4T10N, 330 tons, t Mbullt in 181 1 at Haddaai,in complete or - er u nctWt a careo inventor r to be teen on board and at the auclioa roona Far approved endorsed bills at 4 and 6 months, to be told at auction to close a coucern. on the 9th mst. by ; ; jau 8 ItV - ;. G. FOTMINE. Tl, - rrYvvl hm RUII IU1VT "1 years old, in complete order to receire a cargo, and it in every respect a fine vessel. Ap - VlJ vu WVMU, wwb aiuft wwijiiii;ui wa w . . fcr " . ar? arivfc.lirHif It - " n. au. o - u. uuijnui.u) J ' ' jaii 8 ' ' ; T 86 South street. - tor CHAltLEMW, , lkaft natftm lal mitina aAnMiMi TO V. 1 4 MTINH S. Hort, master, will positively tail in all neat Weefc - Fof freight or paisage, bavins; stipe riur accommodatiooi, apply on board east side Burling slip, or to . . - Jan 9 . hAUL,AL,t.bY, 9H fine - it. - BttlaroL, BROWN ATOUl'. J K casks Bristol brown stout, warranted 1. ej equal to any ever imported, in casks of 6 1 - t doses, bottles for sal by - ; . .. . B. ym. ROGERS ti Co. "Sec 10 5 fi. ' t - 1 S A W5 PsHfltreet SO - - - .ijlLCU 1 1'A GOODS, j ir bales Cakatta Goods, combtins of Luckiporei - . " ( '. ona.ia v ", '"CkHapattyJ ULi - . . AUeabad, v . . . - . Osiashar. and MAMOODY, i a . v, Aiieaoaa, r. r - Khoirabad sad EM ERTY. ; Lowberpore . . j . . . 5 Fiae JaHiilporaand Muddoo Sawn : 1 Fine Chaudpore, Cotsaa ..... . , . - .:, Beerlioooi Gurrahs . V , - . , Commusa J., - t;i . .. : : . ; . Moharagungee . - ,. Bandanna and . 1 nvrs ' ' Lsngee Auhdy SHki HUf18, :. : Just received and for tale by . - . . .'GOODHUE A CO. dec 11 ' ' ' . ' . . . 44 South - street. ' Ql - - TOWCCO i tLOUH. Of bhds new Rkhmotul tobacco " ' 20 do eld . do ., do . 1 n . 1 . 1 , ., ,. . . v 300 bbls Philadelphia saperfiift flour 4 ". i - I .aivlinv from hrtr TtUinr Hon. anil ichrt In dian Hunter, 5sa Lion, and Brothers' 1 For sale by .... BOORM AN ft JOHNSTON. . - Also, in store 600 - bbls super fine Rirhmend oouri xuuae reieraoonr 00. - ueo zi nWQ COKFEE,, SUGAR and D!CiO. d tf J bbls. and 20 bags fine gran Coffee ' 3J hhds, 1 tierce and 4 bbls Muscovado ' ' Sugar ' " - 1,', '. , ' - s '41 ceroons Caraccai Indigo '""'J - '' Indinr froia ttie achr. Grerhotnid. from St Thomas, forssle by F. W. svARTllAUa, Ktl. vJ, 1SUI3 - " v 74 Washington street F OR SALE, the cargo of the ship Crtrie, cap - as, acsui SIUHIIWJ 1 V wa - hv landing at the foot of Liberty - stmt, cotuisUng of ; . East India Sugar i ' ! . . Cottna - ' - a ".,.. I - j Ginger r Block Tin ' .' - 1 ... : ' .' - Gunl Shellack - : . . ! , V . ,'. i " l'i GumCopal . C j 1 ' "'Goat Skins of a large size . Seine Twine and Gsnny Bags . t Also for sale. India Muslins of almost everr description. , , " A. - - . Also, s mail qnanoiy 01 nauaas, ana . , Odor oi Roses. '.For sale t y . jaw T ' i - ROBERT LENOX. LOUR, COTTON, fcc.iso' bbls Phila - delphia flour - w 21 balek unland cotton. nflWCrsm " - . .8 do NewjOrleansdo; 1 d v 5 tons lignumvitm - . ' '' ,v t . J mm ...t.i . . 1 " ' 2 Pipes red port wineV - , ' Jl hhds .do - do:do "5 hhds w hite do do 1 f - - 8 qr, casks do do do" ' " 4 1 hhd Madeira wine. , ' .. !:i 11 qr. casks do do 1 r " i 37 boxes superior claret (1 dos. each) ; " An invoice of lare veils, cotton lace, fcc t 'An invoice of Dutch tova f r sale by ' :1 ROBERT GILLESPIE," Janf II lTit street ' TWENTY - FIVE bagsof very superior qua - lily Islaad cocoa, for sale by' '.' . - . . ' : TVCE& LAURIES, i ; Jan 2 - t - - .. 29South - st. M' US EF.Ta, TAPES, ftc. 6000 MrskeU entitled to Debvnture 13 boxes well assorted Tapes.JSo II tot5 , 7 ceroons 1st quality liuiaat lodigo "1 4 4 boxes Paxes Linnea , .. . - . t - ' 2 bblt. White Lead, for sxle by . . .t . . j.c. Zimmerman; . . "Jaut lnv, ' No. 72 Washiton - strect T1OTT0N YARN. - The COM MISSION VJ. COMPAJiy. H8 Peart - street have now fot ale, most Not. of Cotton Yarn, (rocs for4 to ju. ' tan a AMEiD'ttOLF, inn. will henceforward coii - J Unae ts transact CoBisunioa buoAeas in (.is J TEA, 40 boxes . Souchong . Tea, superior quality, Canton's cargo, fur tale by . 1 j r nullum. sewXll; t dec 15 ' 65 Southtreet. I TOBACCO .4i f LOUlC 9 IWuU. .nu, old . .leaf tobacco, laadiog Irona sohr.; Sea Lion, from Richoioiid. ... . - . , ' ; 1 . jj, tTORK, " .; 1030 hbis Ricbmobd superfine flour ' ' , 7S do - - ! uoe - ' ' do ' n Fdrsalsbv - :& - .it ' .&' - . w. - . T&OKE3. DAVIDSON it C0.' i 1 dee 30 ? .. t. - i10t Front - street. i - rpoBAcco, flour & corroN. is ;JL hhds prime leaf tobacco .' ' ' .300 bbla Virginia flour, l's.r I 'r '" 91 IuIm nrima imlmncl ivltrm rMe'ivkd per sloop Cashier, irons Petersburg, and for sale by WALSH & GALLAGHER, , dec 23 t - - i - iiii a " co txHitlMtreet. S HOT, WHITE LEA tc PolAtSlu Crnik RR n III A few casks Dry White Lead V. V t 3 loos best do, in oil, in 8 ii 5CIb. kegs ' ' , 20 roll Sheet do.. aaW I Vllf JtJ. MW. t r , f , 10 hltds Paris White, of a superior quality '' ' "4 casks Yellow Ochre, dry ,. tbCU, 1 tllUfl ClftUa Vloa.aa A auilam la) avc.W! . rarf. nrh .L..S. - Rlack Varni.hin kegs of4 gallots each . ,i ' Window Glass 7 by 9, 8 by JO, 11 by J, and It by 10 for shI by , . . . , .., .. 17 IVnrl.itfwt. ' GAKPETS,. 3. bales Mirapore Carpets, just 1 eceived, and for sale by V . . , ' ' v ; ! fi ''. ' GEO.' W.' TALBOT , .dee 9 i :5 " 55 Pine - street FLAXSEED k FLOUB 28 tierces Flaxseed 250 barrels superfine Southern Floor, just received, and for ale y . .' " - . , , ( HENDERSON ft CAIRNS, . dec 27 81 Pine - street. ODOROFROdLS. . A FEW Kaod bottles of Odor of Roses, just received Irom Smyrna, and for sale by dfc 2 ROBERT LENOX. DUTCH GOODS, &c A small invoice . consisting of u v " 1 - it t , Marbles, slates, slate pencils . , - - tnufl' boxet, violins, violin sticks : :. : Tortoise hell work boxes ' Tortoise shell tea caddies I Conieliiin ear rings, coral do gold seals ! .. silver purses,' lead pencils . u . Porcelain tea and coilee cups and saucers Cologne water, to. receive per brig Janus, from Rutterclun, for sale by v . , n t - i'. - V ROBT. GILLESPIE, dec 30 - .. - '.. . 112 Front - street. BLUE GOODS, 17 bales company blue Mnuioodies, fine qunl. ; 4 bales Company blue Baftas, do 1" do Indin Calicoe, sup. qua! and new patterns, selected particularly for. this market, just ree'd per ship India, for sale hy . . P. RbrMSEN & CO, jan 3 ' " ' . . 6 South - street. COTTON. TWENTY bales Prime Upland Cotton, for sale at 35 Peck - slip, by . . U.(J. W. UAVWrUKl tt t,u., jan 6 ! i . . - - . : . jHlNULES I00,tk4 2 inch Shingles, 3 11,000 W. O. Barrel Stases, for sale by ,. . R. ft C. W, DAVENPORT ft CO.," r poBACCO i LoUR. Landing this day 4. from tbe schooners Kolla and SveypiouUi, .tS ToaaccoV 105 barrels sapeffioe Flour - s '" - . nil v 100 hhds. old Rkbinond H f etertburs; tobacco 500 kegs of Jit ft 2d quality manufactured do. vanoui brands mrsaieoy ' ... , DIVIC BETHUNE ft CO. . jaa7 . . . . 9J Coffee - hoese - slip. I T HITE LEAD IN OIL. 400 kegs of V V. W hite Lead, ground in oil, 28 Mis. each. landing irooi snip Garonne Ann, imm LiiTerpuoi, for sale by DIV1E BETHUNE ft CO. v. jan 7 - 7o. ssvouee - nouw - siip ft PHOLS TERY 4 tierces best black curled KJ Uorse Hair ... . r 1 case best Satin Horse Hair Seating, and Thwart 'lirbliu. in it received Der Lorenzo. from London, and fir rde by jao7 ' ''' ''; 65 South - street' ' POaSGLKS. 6 cases sujwrior, colored, Poo - .nai ir liftftairfti MM.init i.r.lvml and for lehy CAM8RELENG it PEARSON, .lu m an Sn..lla.lrataf ' dec 23 uri iV 1 1 M 1: T I' UK. ilr A auneriftr 1 Jiiulna . 1 . i I J 1 'hr. - iiir.bi.(iiri in eaaea. with a small invoice oi iaonaon tv uicoes, tor stun nr ' H. ft D. TALCOTT, ' f A A l...ft - 1 I . .1 dee 23 - - 6 1 South street f" . - STARCH. ' WHS Hewdred and Sutv. kegs rhiladclnliU Starch, landing Irom schr. Fair Trader, at Old slip, tor sale by . - . .. .j . ' JACKSON k WOOLLEY, jan 5 ' 75 Wall - street - .J LVDIGU, SUGARS, c, Jt9tM bags Benares and Radnagore Surnrs, uie jauer very superior qaaiiij, uara graiocti, wortiiytne auenuon 01 retailers ... : 1 rases Deneai innueo . 4800 Goat Skinv. ianre sixe and fine quality, just ree'd per ship India, for sale hy jaa S . ?. !.; 46 South - street IRISH MARKET ' TO8ACCO. - S0 hbds prims Tobacco, an entire parcel, landing toil day from the sloop Mechanic, from Richmond, lor sale by ; . ilviJV vliiiualsvu. decxs n twonee nouse - sup. PHILADELPHIA FLOUR. 300 bbls sit - , per&ne Philadelphia flour, landing from brig Rising Sun, for sale by ' . ' . ' : t , K. BUutLn aim s jutiAaiun. - ... '; .ttflts tnStort,' - - - - 600 bbls Richmond superfine flour - f ' 200 de Tetersburg .v do do ! J - ) . 19 do Richmond fiae , do j ; dec 28 Ai ' PAPER, OLIVES, HATS.4.C. HtXJ Bales luliaa foolscap paier . , .y. ! . I do letter paper . , ' ' ' . iiv j 15 cafes liquorice paste . . .. : - - - ;..''' r ,1 box ostrich feather, 1 do chip hats , . , ' 1 do prcaaed sup. straw do from No 32 U 54 3 do mattna in flukes . 857 marbU mortar, t v. ,v . 23 cases vehud and statuary marble slabs,' assorted sises, for pier tables, "ic. ' .... , 200 boxes anchovies, 130 do olives 4 jars oil lavender utt received per brig Lonisa Cecelia, from Leghorn, and for sale by - CH AS. L. OGDEN, aad . dec 27 ABR. OGDEN, AYatlungton - st. . r FLANNELS, PINS, tc. A few bales as - sorted flannels, whito, red aad yellow Do fine and superfine white do. very wide Green table covers, from 5 or. to 8 by 10 '. Men and women's cotton stockings u - i Do - ' - , do whitetilk . do . - A few rases LoncVo cixt pint, ia l - 2t 3 - 41b . Do pack pins, 3 1 - 2, 4, 4 1 - 2 no J 5 . , 1 case mourtung pins, 1 do short white do "While chapal needles, assert cd, No. 1 to 10 , 1 case books and eyas v , ... ' J ;;. , 1 dohrars aad steel lop tbir - blee - :'. it Brass an J card wire For tele by - ': ' - ATKINSONS ft FLEMING,' ,v dec In 167 Pearl - it . - DOMESTIC ft OTHER WARES. - x J rJIlK subscribers keep constantly 011 band all L . txteosive aitorlaaent of the tolfowiac coods. vu Dutch and Eogtish Brooms . ' Duster, or Counter Brushes " ) Hearth Brashes, fancy and commos Head ) da do da . - Cloth - do . do do ' W'eavets do Vhite Wash do . , Shoe ti Scnbbii.g do Faint ' D rushes, and Sash Tools t'lan.p, 4,7, 8 rowv Ferniture Brushes - ' y Hone '..tdo ' - Red. Cords, Ctotlies Line VjV ; r. Sh Cords, Trare Rope j ; , GuiwyBags,v; . Popes Heads . Crumb Brushes , i Bellows,, fancy ' and common " i V - : ' " Do for Blnckscniths Hall and Enuy MaU a. Pails and Tabs - 4 ; - Wheel - Barrows Fine Wire Sieves ., Do Hairi do .Whipe of every de - tcriptioa ' , j . Seine, sewing, wrapping, baleing and ball Twine t M - ' Fish Lines . Shoe tc Sadlers Thread Dearborn's Ballan - cts - f .. :i ),' ,., - . vroueht and CUT Nails knd Bradi ; Which they win sell wholesale nr retail on liberal terns. CEBRA & CUMI1SG, - juu ft - ' t 78 Pearl - slrret "rrr: FOR THE LADiES. THE RESTORATIVE POWDER FOR THE TEETH AND GUMS This e. cellenl prepnratioo comforts and sreogthens the gums, preserves toe enamel from decay, and denotes and whitens the teeth, absorbing all that aecriroonious slime aad foulness, which, suffered to accumulate, sever fails to injure, and fi nally ruin them. . s: ... ' , . THE DAMASK LIP 8ALVE. .Is recommended, (particularly to lbs Ladies) as an elegant and pleasant preparation for chapped and sore lips, and every blemish and inconvenience occasioned by colds, fevers, tc. speedily restoring a beautilul rosy color, and delicate softness to the lips , THE GENUINE PERSIAN LOTION, . So celebrated among the Jashionable throogh - out Esrope, is an invaluable cosmetic and perfectly innocent and safe, free from corroNve and repellent minerals, (the basil of other lotions) and oftinparalleled efficacy in preventing and re moving Diemishet in Uie luce and skin of every kiad, particularly freckles, pimples, scurfs tetters, rtnsr worms, sun bums. tic. renderine" the skia delicately soft and clear t Improving the complexion and rettoring the bloom ofyouih. uamiitonTs Jeassence and extract or Mustard, for Rlieumatism, Lumbago, Palsy, &c '. t . Hamilton's celebrated Elixer, 'for coughs, colli, atthmat and Consumption.' : 1 tiamuton's worm destroying Loseoges , Halm's Anti - Bilious Pills ". . . Hamilton'sGrand kestorative. for nervous dis eases, etc. being peculiarly adopted to Female complaints. , . . , bold at ILL'S Medicine - store, No. 46 Maiden - lai - e. . - '.. - .'. - - i Drussists and countrv store - keepers supplied on liberal terms. ' , ,' . Certified cases of cure mar be seen at the nlace of sale. Jan 8 eod CVUJTTRX MJIT FOR SALE, AT Jamaica, on Long Island, Queens County, late the residence of John Troup, Esq. di - ceased. On the premises are a good . two story frame house, barn, and other outbuildings; 23 acres of land in a good sta'efor cultivation 1 28 acres of wood land, of a fine thrif ty growth for fencing and timber ; and a lot of 7 acres salt meadow. Uu tin property are two app'.e orchards, and a variety of other fruit trees. Jamaica being one or Uie most nouri&) - mir villages on the Island, renders this proper ty desirable for a gentleman retiring from business. For particulars apply to . , ; i, .M.JJ1TMIS, USFtarl - rt.jor to JOHN ft ROBT. TROUP, jan 9 If ' 1 - - on the prcmiaes V - lua mi.: ulct x. r aopHT v run o.c "i ON TUEo'DA Y, the 20th January tost Mai v bieecaer ti Dionv. ai punnc aucuoo. in the Tontine Coflee House, at 12 o'clock. . ' I WO L.UT9 UK UKUU.1U, with the BUILDINGS erected thereon, situate No. 32 Pine - street in the occupation of Robert Stuart each lot is 22 feet 3 inches in front, 21 feet 10 1 2 inches in the rear, and average length 75 feet 9 inches. An indisputable title will he given to the purchaser, and possession on the first of May next ' Information as to the property, title, and terms of sale, may be had by applying to COR - uL'i t t li tirvir.rurr m i a i j . .iuuo uwr.i i , v ll ivcuii - mni. . JAMES BOGERT, 1 Surviving Exec - r - yy and ; ' ' etors uf Jaco - , JAMES VAN ANTWERP) busBogert. : " Jao 9 I2t . ' - ' COUNTRY SEAT FOR SALE. mi. a. v. i .i. til s um . anu iiiuwh uj mc name ui vu tie Howard Farm,' handsomely situated 1 1 - 3 miles from Princeton, bounded in front by the main turnpike road from Philadelphia to New. York, and in the rear by Millstone Creek, it contains 145 acres, 30 acres of which is wood land, 20 acres lying 3 miles from the farm, and a beautiful lot of 10 acres within about 300 yards of the right wing of the house. , Besides ornament trees, it contains a variety of fruit trrCs, consisting of grafted pears, of the beat quality, 17 different kinds j cher. ries. 10 dilterent kinds, the most of them graf ted and an orchard of the best apples, besides a young1 and thriving orchard of crab apples, for making the cider so celebrated, also, one of sweet apples for fatting hogs. The house is pleasant and commodious with an excellent garden, the out - houses and fences ail in good condition.' The above is a delight ful summer or winter residence, ror further particulars enquire at No. 127 Pearl - it, New - York, or to the subscriber, on thn premises, alio will give an indisputable title for the same. ' . z. MU.uruuu. jan 5tawtf "'.' " ' . . JACKSON HOTEL 41 assau - stbst. TUE partnership entered into by Madame A. mondion and ."nr. Ueletra. tor carrvmc on tne JacKson Hotel, istnis day dissolved. - i " Tbe Hotel will in future be conducted by Ma dame MONDION. akne. V Tbe public are hereby cautioned, that no debts hereafter contracted in the name of Deletra and Moudion, will be paid by Madame MONDION. . Madame Moadioo solicits such - share of the public favour as the men ts of the hotel may, by experience.be found to deserve. . Her customers will always find a Bar and Ordinary, or Table d'llots, well applied, and a Larder .embracing every delicacy in season. Club rooms always clean, warm and ready for we.recepuon bl guests. ; ' '' r K. AlU.UIUi. New - York, Jan. 8th, 1818. jan 9 2w ' TO LOAN ON BO.SD k MORiGAGl. FROM Five to - Twenty - fit e Thousand Dollars, to be secured by bond and mortgage on property u tne city and county or new - 1 or a., m r T Apply to. A. ti. LWKr..1l,E u w. - Jan 6 at No: 40 Wall - street ajFor Sale; (if apidicatioa be made before lha. lira tf i v ail jrnnruarv hmm rna rerv vaiu - able let and store No. 34 South - street, between fln.nl.aa andnid ilana. tnvalharwilh a iolntl - krht er tide to the Pier in front 1 Two thirds ef the purchase sneney may reaiaia on inort'Age lor any number of years Enquire of the subscriber No. 1 ninrray - st' s - 8. V. C1W1G. an 9 lr. - ' . - - - silThe haose and lot of ground No. 18 Roto strsatt the lot is 25 font trout and rear, and 100 feet ditrp ; lha boose a brick front, Sides and rear filled ia with brick, aod built ia the most substantial maaner For further pnrtimiars en quire of t . U JL STF.EN BACK," Jaa9 iw Ns. 334 Broadway. rnOTTON New' - crop, prime,' suiUble "for v - naoBiacwring, win be sold in parcels to ac commodate purchasers. - ' " i Alto, a few bales of old crop; tanquire 148 Pearl - street, up stairs. i'.:.. - fan 8 (JOUCHONG a KAMPOY TEAs. us boats O laod caaaistrrs. 33 and 24 lbs each, entitled M (lebeatsie.jor sale at 04 Soutu - street, by . ,v, tVAJdUJsVLEAUftPEARSON, Iflll ft . . - .. - .V, tjl ., .t (' ar .' )' i - ; - '"' . - IfT - MtUM LMtlfF. Imim. nuhli.lMwl lha, Gaxette of jan. 71h, a stalenient tending to timrge mr, Annur Hint wun Ming an atcopi plica of Joseph Lee is - defrauding him; and having connected my name with, theirs in the publication, I conceive it to be a duty which 1 owe to myself and Mr. Hir to make a fair sod correct statement of the transaction, for the information of the public. "',"' Josej Leo alias laevy, called tpon me and declared that he was ia embarrassed circumstances, that he was daily called upon to puy his board, hut was usable to do it wiIcm be could obtaiu the money, by putting the clothes, which he then wore, into the possession of some gen tleman, who would advance on such security, whftt he wished. !.. - .. He stud he (.ad bartered with Cufle for the clothes, bv tivine him a cold watch, aud wished me to ten tnem immediately and put Uie balance over what 1 advanced, to hit account, i I supposed tbe property to be Lee's, and advanced the money without a moments hesitation 1 the re quested Air. Mint, as a mend, to dispose of the clolbesin Charleston. Alter Lee had secreted himself. Cufle i aused the thin Moraine Star to be searched. ' The officers found Lee's trunk, and th?n asked Mr. Hirst if he had any clothes belonging to Iyee in bis possession, lis answered he had a suit of clothes belonging to me. formerly Lee's.; He proposed haviner his trunk exami ned to satisfy Culfe and the OUicen, before they suggested carrying it to the Police Utuce. I lie recuett was not complied with, bat tbe trunk was taken into court and all the contents exam ined. The clothes which I requested Mr. Hirst to sell, were claimed bv Cufle. As a witness. I stated tlie circumstances, already mentioned, 4o ue court. . - . . .. r ... . They restored to Mr. Hirst every article con tained in his trunk, 'without patting the slightest censure npon nis cooa'jet, and voluntarily uirect - ed Ids things to be sent oa board. My claim to tbe property was considered honorable nad it was restored tome again, Mr Hirsts conduct was not censured. Mr., Hirst thought bimsell injured and openly expressed hit detestation of v.une'1 prucceaings. I leave it 10 a candid public to judge whether CuflV has acted honoiablv in at tuck in e an absent rentlerarm. that he acknowl edged in court was not connected with ' Lee in irauu. . Air. mnt, did not know until Monday morning, that Lee hud any intention of going to unarietion. . . ;. . : . . . ... . Cufle espressly Hates that Lee sh pt on board with Mr. Ilirst and as positively asrts a false hood. It Is well knowu that Mr. Hirst did not sleep on board until the second nicht alter the search was made. It is astonishing tbat this John Cufle, Merchant Taylor, 46 Broad - street should introduce the name of Mr. Arthur Hirst in an advertisement tending to injure tiiia in the estimation of his numerous sod respectable frieuds ivlio are unacquaiuled with the circumstances, without reflecting, that an attack uuoa an iauo - cent man will uiumnteiy involve the accusers name in inevitable disgrace. 1 - . - . S a n. Am t h.m a Vtt V NEW - YORK CITY DISPENSARY fr? PUBLIC notics is hcrebv given tbat on Monday - the 12t1i day of Jaiitm'ry, in - tnat, be tween the hours of twelve aod cue, there will be held at the office of the New - York City Di pensary, in Try on - row, in the rear ol tbe City Hall, the annual election of thirteen trustees. according to the provisions of hs charter. . - f. " uy oruer of xns uoaru, : i , Jonathan Goodhue, 1 . ' Francis B. Winlhrop, J. Committee. , - BJ'iI.W..'.iiim. J r' tan a tt NEW - YORK hREiMLN INSURANCE , . Cr The Capital Slock of Uie Company bavins: ny a new subscription been rrinsttied to tlie full sum of fire hundred thmttani Dollar which it amply secured, are now ready to receive applications for A't're and Marine Insurance at their Office No. 66 Wall - street The Office solicits the patronage of the public in the confidence that adequate protection will be afforded to tbe assured and all losset be promptly adjusted. . . By order of the board of Directors, Jtnfl lm ' y WM. M'NEAL, Sec. EAGLE FIRE COMPANY, frt - Notice it hereby given, that an election for thirteen Directors, for the ensuing year, will be held at Uie Office of tlie Company on Tuesday, the thirteenth inst. from 10 A. M. nntil 2 o'clock, P. M . JNO. D.MEYER, Scc'ry. . Jau 2 Uan 13 . - .. ' - 1 ' t ' NOTICE. : ft7" The subscriber 'havins fclinauithed tlie baking business, in consequence of the slate of tin health, requests ail those having demsndc a - gainst him to present them for adjustment and settlement and that all tliote who ai indebted to him will call upon him, at bis boaee. No. 188 Pearl - street, end make payment of what tbey respectively owe to bim. Dated January 6, IR18. .. i - ... . .ROBERT STUART, jan 8 Iw .,... o.. NEW - ENGLAND SOCIETY. ' 05" The annual Election ef a Board of Oru cen for tbe New - Eocland Society of the City and State of New - York, will be fold at the Bank Coffee House, on Wedsesdsy tlie 14th day of January instant at 1 - 2 past 6 o'clock, P. M. - AMHERST WIGHT, Sec'ry. Jan 8 6t . - (y 1 he ciedilurt ol Viu Wells deceased, are requested to meet at the office of Mr. Blake, Na 3 Law Buildings, oa the 15th of this month, at 10 o'clock in tlie forenoon, for the purjHxte ol proving their accounts. - . .. Jn?eod5t ! MUSIC - ALL the Songs, Duetts, as sang by Mr. f bi - lipns at the New - York Theatre, for sale al Wm. DUBOIS' Piano Forte and Music Store, No. 126 Bsoadwey., , . : - . , - ..' Behold is his soft exprevsi vs face . - . - - i - ' Tho' love is warm awhile . , L 'i Tit but fancy's sketch'.. V ' Is tliere a heart that never lov'd 1 . v. - la vain mav that bosom lost quite dep'ort . .. - My early day what joj s wss thine - ' ' , Love's young dream - This blooming rose at esrly dawa ' - ' 1 f ' MOOln Aair - ; , . - i v - i - Beautiful Maid . f '" " Let lame sound tbe trumpet .. . ,:. Hadlaheart, . . ..'..' v Kvtleeo' Bower ' ' ' . ,' . Dear maid I love thee Ah sure a pain was never seen Saidasmile to a tear 1 ' Sigh act lur love - My heart wiU love is besting ' " ' The celebrated serenade of" LiUacome down Bird DueU , , . to fce Flora's wretb. , vt With a large assortment of pew meek. '' V4 ? - ...,.. FOR SALE, - . :'. ." aa - at. raorsBw tsr vis cm nr sevr - voar Af A BRICK HOUSE, and Let No.' II L 3 Bowery STABLE in tha rear toceth - er ilh the LOT, 44 feet front, 42 feet rear, and 123 feet on each side. . , . . . HOUSE and IXJT No. 37 Vetev - street ; aad House and Lot No. 39 Vesey - street A BOND and MORTGAGE for 1200 dollars. do and' .'de - ' for . 75fl) ' do - do and V. 40,.,. .for a . do On valuable property ia the rity of New - Yurk. The interest has always been punetsaity paid. For partja.art inquiie at the office of "'v STEPHEN P. LAMOINE. dec 10 If 5o. ZI Wail - strrtt. Jiaiao.lencJ,iee.20, 1817. .' ftT" Notice Is herehV aisen to tbe Stockhold er! of the Bank of America, - that a dividend of ''i "ouors ana uuy ceaa oq a. snare, wr sia months, eodintron the Slit inst. will be raid at the Bank, oa Friday, the 2d January next - vj order ot we noaro or juiraetors. . ' GEO. NEWliOLD, Cashier. .k20Im '. - - " . . . ' PHE(SlX.bANK. : - , rr? A dtvidevul of three per cent, hat been this day declared. on the stock of this Bank, pay - , ' able on the 2d January next. The transfer books will be Closed on the 24th Instant. .By older t)T the fioatdef Directors, dec 20 ,. . , D. I. G REEN E, Cashier. ' VS - llfPA I Ilil.ldM unUil Tf..' lee, in ihe County of Kerry. Ireland, ia the year , 1803, will transmit Mrs. Vitrherry, of 1'ralee, his address, it - will be a particular advantags to both partiet." Tralee, Octobe 1815. . " Tie above is inserted st ths reouest of Mr. ' Dillon's Iriendsw ii! - - - i - ow Any rommunication oa ths subject will be , thankfully received and transmitted by . A lal DPM aT - U UAIirDt L w ' ,v ar... ... . . a . v. r. o a. w. tT ISAAC F. RRAtiG, 4nte teacher of wriuiig id (he Adelnbi School, resuectlullv an - nounces ths opening of a seminary on his owa accoant, in tne upper room ot the Duiiding lately occupied by Holmes a Loof borrow, st tha corner of Eldridge and Psmp itreets, where be purposes instructing pupils in reading, orthogra - . phy, tiglish grammar, writing. ariUisaetic, gee - gruuhy, the drawing and Colouring; of taaps, . book - keeping, the roatl.eniatics anJ drawing ' The success with which he has hitherto taught penmanship in I tie Adelphi School, aad in Mrs. smith's Boarding School, ftc. emboldfcti biiato . solicit the pstrrmuge of an enlightened and discriminating public, with a confident hope that bis induitry will meet sa adequate encouragement ; ' and at tbe same time that hefoelt Sllthe anxiety incident to a new and important undertaking, he looks forward to the Progress of bis establish - ' mentwiln a clerful JcUrniisation to ise his ut most efforts to uiake it sutislactory to his .ations , ' Bl earn orasch ol n liberal j)giih tuiucation. N B. An Evening school is now open at I. F. B's residence, 122 ilarman - ttrett. - .a r ' - der 17 - las - ' ...... , - - NOTICE. l; , . Public notice is hereby "givB - that the suf.scriliers intend to apply lo Uie Lesif lalure uf Uie ttate of New - York, at their next session, for . an Act of Incorporation, incorporating tbim and . their associates hy the tiame and style of the' Franklin Insurance Company with a Capital of Five Hundred Thousand Dollars, for. the purposes ol making all kinds of insurance against ore. and on a uie or lives, sod also oa the inland trans portation of Eoods wares rind merchandise . . STEPHEN WHITNEY,' - .' , .... ... .',', ft" i 'tvBENJ L. SWAN, . ; . .,, tLihrtA imeiib, - , deed tf ' JOHN ADAMS. NOTICE. . iva - A na:.. ii.. J 4 iw miuci mftiirtsu ivv mil iiicjr intend to apply to tne Legislature of this state, at their next session, for as act to incorporate themselves and their aisodates into a company, in ihe city of New - York, under the style of Tits. North. Kiver Bieam - tsoat company," with a capital of lis hundred thousand doll - jrs, for the rurpoee or navigating with Steam Boats ths) waters - of the North River. Dated the 224 dayof December, 1817. - 1 1 ' ' EDWARD 1. LIVINGSTON, ROBERT L. LIVINGSTON, CHAS. AUG. DALE, r D. LYNCH, Junf. "T" " 1 - dee 22 '. k v ." 1 . - dflw QO pl MAVERICK, Engraver, of Aewark, haa.recomwenced l.usiness, in New - York, under the firm of P. MAVF.KICK ft DUKAND, corner of Piae - street aod Broadway in the. rmr of tbe Literary Rooms of Messrs. J. Eastburo ft - ryied b? Motm. EaithurB ft Co. : . . MTkRFEAf SOCIETY. ' . tjj" The Anniversary Concert of this Socle, ty, will he held nt the City Assemblyon the 15th ef January. ' ' - The members will receive their Tickets by . applying at No. 206 Broadway, or at the practising room of the Society." ' ;" dee 15 lm "JOS. KNIGHT,' Secretary. ' ', NOTICE. .. ,i Xj The Pacific Iniuraoce Company of New - York have this day declared a Dividend of twelve percent on the capital Stock, pay a hi at their office, No. - 49 Wall - street, on the 19th iusiant.i - By order of the Board of Directors. Jan ft lm t . - WALTER R. JONES, Sec. . ,. NOTICE. J7 The Subscriber, in bebaK of bimself and his iistociatet, gives notice, that an ap4ication will be made to the honorable the. Jegitiatureof, this state, at ill next session, for an Act to incor. porate a Bank with a capital stock of Five Hundred Thounil DolUn, sod wilB Iaav to in - crease it (6 One Million ', to be, located north east of Beek man - street, in Uje ity of New - York, and to be call od ' Tbe Frauklin Bank of the city of New - York." DaUd aVsw - York, ItTthDeci 1817. ,V; By order of the Associates, . decSOtf NOAH BROWN, Sec'ry. NATIONAL lftSSURA.CECO.VlPA' Y. THE Stockholder am hereby notified, tbat the annual election for nineteen Dinctors will be held at the olBce of the Company, 47 Wall - rtreet. on Monday Die 12th January next. The poll WiH open at 12 and close at 2 o'clock. dec 27 "' - . - ' JOHN J. JONES. Sec'ry. NEW YOilK JNsURA.NCE COMPANY. THE ttockholdf rs are hereby notified, that the ' annual election for twrnty - ona JJiractors, will beheld at the office of the Company, 34 Wall - street, en Monday, the 12th January next. The poll will open at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, and close at 2 o'clock. - - "' . . . . . - I , C. G. 8HIPMAN, Sec'ry. . dec233w . 1 " - ' . A' A V' lr OtiX iA'&UhAA'CJC COMPANY. The president aad directors have this day declared a dividend offlv per 9l on tha capital ,tock of the company ihr the last six months, payable to tbe stockholilers, ortbair legal repre - senUdves, oa aod after the' Xiib Inst - at, at the office, No.34 Wafl - etreet. " jsn5 I - C.G.OT1PMAN, secVy. "tw - l'w 'srwKM Inturtttvt Comvav. Tbe first instalment of tbe srtood Subscription, to the Stock ef tl.it rompaav, will be raceirsd at tlie Cfice. No. 68 Wali - etret cn Monday next the &th iaitant betwern tbe hours of 10 aad 2 o'clock. ; IW crder oT ihe board, ' . ' . m VI - ' M'NEAL, SeCry. ' ' Jaal tf f - , ' NATIHNAL INSURANCE COMPANY. Th President and Directors of the Nation - a Insurance Company, have this day declared a diYiJend of fifteen per cectfc Uie.r capiul stock, fur their last six months rmysbie to the stock holders, or their legal re pi escntatires, on and after Thursday the lith Imrt ' jan 5 tFeh I ' JOH N J.J ONES. Seer'y - leri. frt - Tbe Stockholders arv benby notified that sa Ejection for Seventeen Directors win be hekl at the Office Mo. 49 Wall - street pn Monday the lihaiasUnt, to csasnenee at 10 and clove at 2 o'clock. By oW as tl Board of lKrrctors. WALTER R. JONES, Seey. , JMM19I, :. - ..!.i . - k'oeU f'trt Company of .Vrse - ler. - NOllCEislierehyiiveBlhala shvrdrsJ lot the Inst six monilis of four mrni a ha.f t . ct - et. us tl capital Stock, ol tbia Compmy rnt bean oeclaird, and wiU be paid to 11 suxaiio) , . : i ? " .".'.I!: ' ::.i: mm ; - At - ' If;' 'i 1.; r a a. - i I ' , i. 't X ' f .