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nUemen "wer? yeerd.y tedoficcf U.I. ibciety fr Uie isisuuig year &md Vict JW - G"leon Lee. Treasurer Joha Shdeu. .rtoyame top""; gSS4i. Warner.Geo. Arcu - Price, Jn Conrey.Wm.MandcvUlc, Ueorge ire. a"" - r .v. i. r ocio a Direc - Xhe presiaeni w ""L - , ' iv .5 r of Uie Mechanic's Bank. EJX - tor Ocean Insurai ce company, - Y,r was cboien President ana mr. mcuuiw . era, Assistant, of that institution. Fifty thousand dollar prize dine in Boston, to theU. S. Bank tor Uus cuy, . j..r . .:.k for ho amount 00 u. AC H. Willi '6" . L ,,i nr.:.. it :. - .,,. hn iuit to observe, that it alio iiiiiwiuwfc - "j : . 1. i w - L. .L - : nrnmntneSS. U. A. V offered (through an agent) the amount in cash, , y" 1 kn.nH Ho ar nrize. unoie - ior me one nuuuicu - - - - - - - . . . . diutely after it wai known who the fortunate bold er ol the prise were. . . . ijlb,n in Boiton have been remarkably rawim? caoital prizes. Not more than one month has elapsed, since G. it R. VV n,u. inno dollar nrize to a eentle Will SVIIVJ uw , man - of that town ; and within a tew yean they have sold and paid prizes in the tame place and neighbourhood, amounting iw a qiwiici - lion of dollars. .1on 15 from Ihe Philadtlphti CentintL ftf - THE GREAT PRIZE. We are informed that ftleiira. S. & M. ALLEN have advanced the money to Mrt. Potter, her sister, and Mr. Scbenck, for the treat prue 01 one ounurcu thousand dollars, drawn by them on New - Year' day, in the Surgical Institution Lottery. We thiiik the Mestu. Aliens deserve no small share of credit for the prompt payment 01 prues soiti oy them. It will be recollected that the capital nrizri in the 4th class were paid by them imme diately after drawn ; and have every reason to believe, that me prizes in uieoinciusswun - u be drawu in March, in which there are 100 pri - tesoi jimti, one nriin m wtuvu, ui - .,vnv, one 01 J10.000. three of 6000, and only 15,000 tickets, will Le paid wun uie same proiupmuue Jan 15 Postponemetit of the forum. fjr The r'oruw advertised for nit Friday evening, is unavoidably postponed to V'riday e veil ins following. m 15 St tor WASMMiTOltf ff. C. The schooner EAGLE, Russell, lvin? .in Peck - slip : will sail first fair wind i'or freight or passage, apply on board, or to R. ti C. V. DAVENPORT Si CO. Jan 15 "l,M(.l - .i:li HAIbLVs JOO boxes bluoin Rdiaius J? in fine order, just received and for sale by G. M. WILSON, Jan 15 130 Water - street. tiTARCM - lttikegs Philadelphia bUrchjland - D ing at Old - slip, inrsale by JACKSON & WOOLLEY, Jaa 15 ; 75 Wall - street. for SAt jI.yjY.ill, The fine and fast sailing packet brie .LEVANT, D. W - jod. master; having part of her freight engaged, will meet with immediate dispatch. Fur freight or passage. apply on board at Mui ray's - u lurf, or to THO. BARRON, jaa 15 lw 136 Front - street For JHCIV - ORLEAjMi, (luteuded for a reguUr trader) The fine copper and copper - fastened bn; CH ARLES, capt. Wibray, will positively rail 00 the 2 - ilh inst. For freight or passage, apply on board at pier do. 12, east side Old - slip, I or to M'CREA & 6LIDELL, f jan15 lw No. 41 Sooth - tt. for HAFAtiA. The fast sailing coppered bri AL - EXANDKK. VVm. Booth, mwtcr. will tail ou Suudy n!t. For freight of 300 bbls. DUlk, or pasago, apply on board at Agnew's wharf, pier no. 7, fc. R. or at 35 Front - st. to j 15 3t ISAAC PACKARD. for AMzTbkUAM, k The CHRISTOPHER GORE, capt. Tratfc Having a great part of bcr cargo engaged, will meet with quick dispatch For freight or passage, having very handsome accommodations, apply to JOHN ABM. WILLIN'K I CO. Jan 15 lw 73 Washington - st. EiNUAL INDIGO 7 cases 1st quality, eo - tilled to debenture, for sal by JACKSON ic WOOLLET, Jan 15 75 Wall - street. J SHOES Si BOOTS. UST received 40 packages among which are 3 cases Wellington Boots X do Ladies do 2 da - Mockasons 4 do Cork Sole Shoe 4 do Ladies walking do 4 do Men's coarse 2 do Boys do 1000 do Kid suitable for the southern or Wot India market SaOO do womrn'i katlv . lyscuier wiin a general assortment of uoiiie!, misses ana Children's morocco, black and colored Roane, are offered for enable terms by TH03. WITT, , ., . . . o. t!2 Pearl - street Likewise 10 boiesfirst quality Cod Fish. Jan 15 lm A FEW pieces of superior domestic Broad - cloths, viz : blues, blecks, brow ns, and niixtures. Also. uHlimpt. ..) v...;..... f... ale by the COMMISSION COMPAN Y.' Jan 15 148 Pearl - street un atair fVj olu. iLi,ui i', jNo. 64 gonth - tt. have 11 . for tale A9 pieces Russia Duck 23 bales Ticklenburgt 2 coses French Cambrics 4 do. Phtillas 50 casks Dry While Lead 100 boxes Dutch Cheese 100 pieces Bagging 8 hhds. Kentucky Tobacco 34 laics Louisiana Cotton, new crop SO kegs Harris' Tobacco, crook'd tc straight brands Dearborn's Patent Balances 3000 Cocoa Nuts 4 superior London Chronometers. Jan 15 WALSH k GALLAGHER, 66 south - st. offer for sale 400 bbls. superfine Virginia Flour 6(1 do one da 25 hhds. prime new Richmond Tobacco 10 do old do 300 keg manufactured do. sweet scented and common, of the best brands 54 bales Upland Cotton, of the new crop 40 crates Earthenware, 25 casks Claret 3 butts Loitfton Porter, 24 casks Mustard 5 puncheons Rabit Skins 400 reams Medium Printing Paper 300 do Cap, Nos. 1 and I z gross tress Pnpers. Ice. J.n 15 iK - lW bs. Ind.a Twine UU do English Seine do 01 superior qoali - Hv!"'? Sneral assortment of other Twine, and 'lute Cordage, in quantifies to suit purcl.aen, sa!eby CEBRA & CUMING, - iy ,J 70 Pearl - street. n(1 '00 tierces of Prime New Rice, now &r)raJC. .from Richmond. a - irom Maneron. lor sale by J .c DIV,E BETH UN E tJCO. a j 92 Coffee - House - slir STf"CRpiX SUGAR 18 hhds. landins and J for sale at 55 Pino - strt, by la GEORGE W, TALBOT. ft The ticket which drew this great prize in thelate Surgical Lottery, was yesterday paid by G. & R. Waite, who now holcftbe tame. It 1 ,aa k iho r..riiinnte - possessor few - w n a iiniiniuLU a a,au - - FEATHERS Russia Feathers, of good quality, in suit purchasers, at No, 44 South - street Jan 15 rtHLNA SILKS t cases twilled Levantines y and 5 do ronsrees ior saie 07 CAN HULL EMI & PEARSON, Jy 15 67 Sonth - st BOURBON COFFEE, ENGLISH CHEESE, 50 Bales Bourbon cofft e, of superior quality, for family use 45 double Gloucester cheeses, in fine order and choice quality 50 casks Hibbcrt's best double brown stout 100 baskets fresh olive oil, 1 dozen each, large bottles 125 boxes fresh muscatel raisins 25 bales do soft shelled almonds, of fine quality, For sale, with their usual assortment of Wines, Liouors, leas. &c on reasonable terms, by A. BIMNGERhbON, 12 Maiden Lane. ALSO, Gunpowder Tea, of superior quality, the Hun tress' i argo. Jan 15 lw O' LD TOBACCO. j0 lilids. old Richmond tobacco, will be landed tomorrow from the schooner Hero, from Richmond. For sale by ROBERT GILLESPIE, jan 15 112. Front - street COLOUR k TOBACCO 159 bbls. superfine JL t lour, principally uallero's bnind, and 58 hlidn Tobacco, of a fine fine quality, suita ble tor the Irish market jiist received per schooners Hero, and fcullv Ann, from Rich mond, for sale by jan 15 UlA IB BETIIUAE Si CO. WAICH AIAKEKS. WANTED a good Journeyman Watch Maker, to co to the Southward. Good wa ges and constant employment will be given. .n quire at 156 Broadway. Jttn 15 6t 600 COPIES OF WRIGHT ic HAWE1S. A TREATISE on, That being Born Again, . without which no man can be saved: hv Samuel Wright, D. D. 1 to which is added, the Coraniunicuut's Spiritual Companion, or an evan gelical preparation ior me lord's supper, oy Uie Revd. Thomas Haweis. 600 conks of this work in sheets, or by the single one, bound, for sale by u. cii.tiTr,n.s, Circulating Library, 138 Fulton street. Jan 15 lui for Hale, Least, or Let. That pleasantly situated place, 011 the road leading to King's - bridge, by way of Harkeiu - lane, known aslltof e - tlill. The aenue to Ma comb's bridge runs a few rods in the rear of it, rendering the premises very desir&LIe, as the house, in consequence, shews two fruits. The garden, and about two acres of meadow, arc well stocked with fruit and shrubbery, asparagus beds, currants, tic. he house and coach - house are in good condition, and with small expense can be made a very genteel country retreat. The terms will be made easy. ALSO, That very genteel two - story house, stable and two lots of ground, situated in Kank - st, Greenwich ; at present occupied by George Lindsay, Esq. Apply at 55 Broadway ; or, to CHARLES OAKLEY, jan 15 lm 141 Front - street. eREAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Two 2 - slorv brick houses and loU situa ted Nos. 37 & 39 Vcscy - slrect. Also, a house aud lot No. 1 1 Dowery, near Chatham - square, 44 feet fr.nt by 125 deep. All on accommodating terms. For particulars ap ply at ISo. 332 brcenwich - st. jan 15 tf IN CHANCERY. State of few - York, u. N pursuance of a decretal order of this honorable court will be sold at public aurtion. at the Tontine Coffee House, in the cits of New - York. nn the 31st day of January inst. at 12 o'clock in the forenoon, all that certain bouse and lot of ground, situated in Uie city of New - Vork, at the corner of Cedar and William - streets, and knowa and distinguished as house Ho. 63 William - street ; said lot bting in breadth in front and rear 25 feet 2 inches, and in length on Cedar - rtreet 91 fret 10 inchc . ! . ij ide about nlntiy three feet mure or less. Also, all that certain other lot of ground adjoining Uie former, and fronting on William street ; be ing in brtadlh in front 41 feet 10 inches, and in rtur 24 teet 2 inches ; leaving an off - set or break on the southwest side of two feet four inches ; and in' length on the northeasterly side about 93 feet; and on the southwesterly side 94 feet 4 inches, be the same more or less. Together will all and singular, the hereditament and appurte nances thereunto belonging. r. u, HILDRETH, Jn 15 Master in Chancery. A LAW RESPECTING bWlNE. Pasted October 7, 1817. BE it ordained by the Mayor, Aldermen and Commonalty of the city of New - York, in Common Council convened, that if any hogrhall be louud runuing at large in any road, street, laue, ally or public place in the city of New - Y01 k, from aud after the first day of January next any person may cause the same to be sent to cither of the public pounds within the said city ; and if the owner of such hog shall net pay to the keeper of such pound, TEN DOLLARS, for Uie use of the person wlw caused such hog to be sent to such pound, together with the fees of the keeper of such pound, and reasonable charges for feeding and keeping such bog, not txccediug twelve cents for every twenty - four hours, such hog shall be impounded, within six days thereafter, or replevy the same, then it shall aud may be lawful for such keeper to sell such hog at public vendue, giving, at least, 48 hours previous notice of such sale by advertisement, to be set up at said pound, and at th nearest public place to the same : and out of the moneys arising from such sale, to retain in his bands his fees, and charges for feeding and keeping such hog, and of such sale and to pay over the residue to the person who caused such hog lobe im - punded. , By order of the common council. jan 15 J. MORTON, Clerk. " BETTER LATE THAN AEVEK ! !" ADVANCE OF TICK BI S AMD LAST NOTICE, J7MGHT daysdrawing have already passed of X - A ine Medical science Lottery no. 4, ana an the grand capital prize of 3o,ooo dollars 5,ooo dollars dollars 5,000 dollars 1 0,000 dollars Remain in the wheel. A few more tickets may be obtained this day at the rate of ten dollars each. Tomorrow morn - ins they will be advanced to ELEVEN dollars, at the Lucky Lottery office of 74 MAIDEN - LANE. Where, have ben sold in former lotteries, most of the highest prizes. Prizes in the Surgical, now drawing, and in former lotteries, foreign bank ootes. and approved promissory notes, will be received in payment for tickets. A correct check book will be kept durin - the drawing, whica may be examined at all times free of expense. jan 15 KENTUCKY TOB ACCO 18 hhds. prime Kentucky tobacco will be landed this afternoon from the brig Orleans from New - Orleans For sale by LAIDLAW, G1RAULT ii CO. jan 9 7t 67 CofTse - Hoote slip. HEMP fc DUCK 60 tons St Petersburgh clean Hemp bO bolts first quality Russia Duck For sale by JAMES D'WOLF, Junr. ja 8 ' 57 Front - street, Tor ffcizlit or CTiarter, Tbe Ana ship DRUMMOND, capt R. Quarles, burthen 6000 bbls; is now ready to receive a cargo, and will take freight for any part of Europe. Apply 00 board, at pier no. 17, riy - Marketslip, orto WALSH i GALLAGHER, jan 13 66 South - st. for ST. THOMAS, The fast sailing schr GREY HOUND, Hoadley, master. Having the greater part of her freight engaged, for the remainder or passage, apply on board, east side of C. It. slip, orto F. W. KARTHAUS, REFNICKE Si CO. jan 13 74 Washingtn - st. tor LIVKUPGOL, The fast sailing coppered ship ANN, R. R. Crocker, master. Her cargo be ing all engaged and principally on board, wili positively sail on or belore Sunday next, llav ing extended her cabin, can handsomely accom modale a few more passengers, if immediate ap plication is made to the master on board, at r ul ton - st wharf, or to JAMES Si RICHARD LOINE3, jan 13 5t No. 247 Front - st. for Freight or Charter, k The fast sailing bnjj LOl'lSA - CK - B.CILE, 123 tons ; has made but one voy age, aud is now ui readiness to receive a cargo - Lies in front of the subscriber's store. G. G. Si 3. IIOWLAND, jan 13 77 Washington - st. for CHARLESTON, The regular packet brig MINERVA, Saml. Tyler, master; having half her carco entras - ed. will sail on tho 17th inst. For Ireight of the remainder or passage, having ex. cellent accommodations, apply on. board, west side Burlmg - slip, or to oi iWLhttH 1 11, jan 13 83 Sou'.h - st for U.rojV Si PORTLAND. 'I he ilegaut sloop MESSENGER, 110 tons burthen, Porter, - mai - ti r, wil bi iv - i.uitlied for the above places by l!0th inst, For freight or passaee, having Very superior accommodations, apply to the master on boarJ, at Pier No. 13 E. 11. or to WM. Si CHA'S. PORTER, 52 South - st Who have for sale, and now lauding Ironithc above vessel, 62 hhds best retailing jYioiajscs 4 hhds W. I. Rum 21 bbls. N. E. Rum 6 bbli. Codial 4000 lbs Leather 30 boxes Candles 106 do. Sonp 150 do. Smoaked Herrings, jan 12 I '.vr For SAfA.YNAII, The packet ship M ARY - AUGUST., Porter, master, will positively sail on 1 hursday next having half her cargo eugagrd. For freight of the remainder or passage, having baudiome accommodations, apply ou board at Pine - st. wharf, orto GRISWOLDS COATES, jan 12 63 South - st. 'or H'ASWNGIVN, N. C. iCtfy The schr. CARPENTER'S SON, 5&Sa'Iubbel), lying in Peck - slip ; will sol ou V edncsday next For freight or passage, ap ply to the raplainou board, or to K. Si t. W. IMVKNI'UIU LO. jan 12 BLOOM RAItlNS. - 200 boxes liesh Bloom Raisins, just received mid for side by N. L. Si G.GR1SWOLD, jan 8 t.ti South - street BOsTON RUM. 24 hhds. Boston Rum, tor tale by G. G. Si S. HOW LAND, jan 14 77 Washington - street. COTTON 3J hales Upland Cotton, first quality, landing from brig Eliza, for sale by TOVNat.ND & WHITE, Jan 14 O'i South - stoet. OQTTON. - liUIUIHik t - 30 hales prime Upland Cotton, ton, for sale by KELLY Si TMcB"RlBt;Ufc jan 13 M 149 Pearl - street. LEGHORN DATS. 1 case very fine Leg - A ham hats, lust received : together with a general assortment of Uie most fasbiouable MIL - LIN ARY, tor sale tw M113. IVML.I..&K, jan 12 4t 128 William - st. LADIES BONNETS, DRKSiES Si l RIMMING. Just opened by F. V. RIVIERE, 190 Broadway, a superb assortment of Lmbroidered uoiu ana silver uresses 01 me richest kind Funcv Cap Patterns and Bandeaux, embroid ered with silver Gold aud Silver Trimming for ball dresses Bonnets and Hats of the newest fashion, and very elegant. The whole is ready ior the inspection 01 lames, at the above place, and for sale on the most moderate prires jan 12 3t BROWN SHIRTINGS. A lew cases 3 - 4 Brown Shirtings, just received and for sale by the COMMISSION COMPANY, an f J 110 reari - sireei. ITLOUR. 150 bbls. southern superfine Flour, just received and for sale by GEO. M. WILSON, ian 12 130 Water - street. f77lNE,01L, PAPER, Sic 130 qr. casks V V and 200 half do dry Malaga Wine 5 qr casks and 20 half do sweet do very old 158 do Colmenardo 300 half chests Sweet Oil, 30 betties each 100 boxes do do 12 bottles each 50 bales Italian foolscap and letter Paper 50 do Gazette do large size 9 cases Fe t Hats 15 cases Liqu orice Paste - 1 box O'trirh Feathers, 1 do Chip Hats 3 do Manna in flakes Marble Slabs, veined and statuary, assorted sizes, for pier tables, Sic. A few boxes very superior Anchovies and Olives 500 Marble Mortars, from 10 to 24 inch 10 bbls Furs, consisting of Wild Cat, Raccooo, Fox, Muskrat, and Otter Skin Gunny Bac, ic For sale by CHAS. L. OGDEN, and ABR. OGDEN, jan It Washington - street OIL ROSES, Sic 100 ounces Oil of Roses, 10 hales or 2.000 lbs. Goats Wool or Ca mel Hair t bale Turkey Carpet Rug, and A parcel of Nicaragua Wood. Laudinc from schr Vestal, from Smyrna. For sale by tA.YllintliLnvj v r r.icn.i, jan 12 ' 67 South strett. UUM. 20 hhds. Molasses Kum, lint proof, for sale by JACKSON ic 1VOOLLL1, ian 12 75 Wall - st. ILOUR. 100. bbls Myo's Mills, landing irom cur. , u 1 cv - ui'. IN STORE, inn kl.i. Plfnmwid Milla IW Ul'lf ........ 3J4 do Petenburgh (Stokes and Smith1! brand) O u r or snio vj GR1SWOLDS ft COATES, jan 12 68 Sooth - street. c IOT ION. 38 bales very hamisooie Upland J Cotton, landins from ship Mary Augusta, from Savannah, and for sale by GR1SWOLDS K COATES, ;,, 13 " 68 South - street. UNBLEACH'D SHIRTINGS, GINGHAMS He. Sic - A FEW cases of Unbleach'd Shirtings, just received. Also, handsome patterns ofGing - tiams, made Irom Sea Island yarn, from No 2tf to 32, and a general assortment of cotton aod woolen domestic goods. Also cotton yarn, particularly low numbers, for sale bv - the COMMISSION COMPANY, dec S3 Feail - street RICHMOND T03ACCO & FLOUR. 628 bbls. Richmond supf. Flour 37 hhfl prime new crop Richmond, principally large and leafy, now landing from schr Thomas, and in store, for sale by Jan 6 BOORMAN Si JOHNSTON. y GLASSES, He 6 hhdi. Molasses, uew 3 m. Cocoa Nuts, landing from brig Mary, from Havana, for sale by N. ic V. TALCOTT, - Jan 14 64 South street. UPLAND COTTON 54 bales prime upland Cotton, just received per schooner Laura, from Savannah, and for sale by OTIS & SWAN, Jan 14 ' 157 Pearl - street. I Of FLOUR. JL smt J bbls. superfine flour, received per schr Ceres from Richmond, uow landing and for vale by D1V1E BETHUNE 4: CO. jan 14 92 Coffee - Home slip. U ICE 50 tierces first quality, landing from schr. Margaret, lor sale by MULFORD Si LEAKING WELL, Jan 14 3t 182 Front.strect. LuDOI.NOft wanted by a single gentleiuun, and preference given to a private family. Address to P. E. at this office. Jan 14 3t JUa'l' published, and for sle by K1KK. Si MEKCEIX. No. 22 Wall - street - Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Rev. Claudius Buchanan, D. D. by the Rev. liuh Pearson, M. A. Price $2 75 in boards. . Extract from the London Literary Gazette " We have thus con Jensed in as short a compass as possible the memoir of this active and liberal divine, whose labours will long be remembered, particularly in India, where we trust he has sown the seed of an abundant harvest. His Biographer has done justice to tlie subject, and we can say of his work, nearly what Dr. Johnson obmrved of another edifying narrative, that it is a performance worthy of the perusal of the Philosopher, 00 account of the variety of important considerations which it embraces, and of the Christian, for its animating stimulus to the noblest exercise of charity, in spreading the light of Revelation where superstition is leagued with cruelty, and ignorance sinks human tiature al - io't Id brutality." A iso, just rtceircd and for tale, letters from the South, by the author of John Bull and Brother Jonathan. Sale agundi Kiiick - rlKM, - ker's New - York John Bull and Brother Jonathan Knights of St. John by Mis Porter The Heir, a romance. Useful knowledge, or a familiar end explanatory account ol the various productions of nature, mineral, visi table and animal, which are chiefly employed for the use ol man, illustrated with numerous figures, and intended a a work both of instruction and reference by the Rev. William liinglry, Jan 12. TANNERY FOR SALE. fPO be sold at public auction, on Wednesday, .1. the llith day of February next, in the area of the Exchange Coffee House, iu the town of Boston, at 12 o'clock at noon, All the real estate belonging to the Hampshire leather Manufactory, situate in the town of N'oriiiHrqiton, in the state of Massachusetts. The estate will be sold in four lots, viz : Lot No. 1, containing about 31 acnes of land, near tho centre of the town of Northampton, on v hkb is erected all those extensive anil valua ble buildings, lately occupied by the corporation lor taii&m ol leather, with about 3011 vats, some of which nre very large end part of them under ccver, in winch icatner may ie nanmea aunng the winter ; it is presumed there is not in the state so extensive and valuable an establishment for carrying 011 the tanning businesr as this. A particular description of the buildings and pri - viledges would take up too much room for an advertisement. Lot No, 2 contains about 3 acres, situate on the north side of the county road, directly oppo site 10 101 iio. s, on which are iwo aweiuue noo ses, with convenient out buildings, is on high ground, and considered a very deligbilul sltua (ion. Lot No. 3, containing about four acres of land. situate on the easterly side of Mill River, about two mile? from the meeting house in Northampton, with a valuable mill privilege and buildings tbrreon. wh'icTfi is'SreluTJ fctol'lfflf.'WHS - or - ' - "n .n tuatr near Edward's tavern, about 6 miles Irom Northampton, on the Albany road. Anv pcrsou having an inclination to purchase all or any part of thetforegoiog property, are invited to examine it. The corporation pledge thtniselves to tell to the highest bidder, being de termined to close their concerns. Any informa tion respecting the estates may be obtained on application to JOSIAli DW1U11T, Esquire, at Northampton, or fan 1 4 India - sl rcet, Boston THENEUM, No. 19, or Spirit ol English Magazines, is lust received oy A. 1. GOODRICH CO. 124 Broadway. CONTENTS. Superstition : the miraculous Image at Halle; f resent slate of English poetry ; poetical style 01 ,onl Byron ; Otto Von Rotzebue's voyage round the world : Extract from his Journal sent to his father ; Anthropophagi ; Letters from London ; Letter V. t on taste in lemale dress ; built a new ticrman Tragedy ; new travels in America ; Extracts or tetters Irom a Swiss I raveiier ; the Cue man. or popular preacher ; the Abbey of Irrelngb, near the Lake of Kijlarney ; Geology ; Adventures 01 a rebbie ; Horticulture ; i nr. cul tivation of Rhubarb ; origin of the practice of burvins in Church vards ; Thoen's narrative of his sufferings among the Kandians ; cornucopia ; scandal , singularities ; anecdotes of Joseph 2 J; Time's telescope ; circumcision s new - ear's Day; epiphany; St. Locian ; Gibbon ; Bithop Home : Howard ; the Philanthropist : St. Vin cent ; Sir J. Reynolds ; conversion of St. Paul ; memoirs or eminent persons ; Abraham oottlob Werner : Poetry ; New Year ; Sonnet and answer ; to the Memory of Sophia ; Asteria rocking the cradle; Relics from Waterloo ; Epitaph on Ers - kine ; on being told to remember, He. The above work is published twice every month, making twenty - four numbers in the year, at the moderate price of $5 per Ann, and for richness and variety, is scarcely surpassed bj any publication in this country. Jan 13 NEW PUBLICATIONS. JUST Published and for sale by F.MAS VALENTINE, 104 Broadway, (3d door below Pine - street) Forsyth's Remarks on Antiquities, Art and Letters of Italy, Nancredes Abridgement of Orfield on Poisons. The Hero, or the adventure of a Night The White Cottage, Balance of Comfort The Itinerant or Memoir of an Actor, 2d part 3 vols. The Knight of St. Johns, by Miss Porter. Letters from the South. Leeh's Travels iu Egypt and beyond the Ca taracts. Also will be published in a few days, a rrmt of Mr. Phii.ifn, in tl character of Cam1. Bxldauk, engraved by Gimbrede. Jan 13 tt RUSSIA on,. 9 FLirX 1 1 . it CO. Chvraical iv rVl uil I m - r r vi it ri minrc ;1 tf ) Perfumers, and Fancy 'VTiL A"' 1 Soap Makers, No. 136 vi,jr as . . r t Broadway, new - 1 or, effrr to the ladies and 'If gentlemen of this city their Russia Oil, which is one of the most agreea - 1 j r..i .. : I n1 iXJa - mating the growth of the Jyjriiiismmi hair. Ladies will find it the best for dressing real or false hair. Gentlemen whose nair nas oceo injured by bad powder, would do well by using it" Oil, as iirorrtcia u" u mav be had in bottles, with printed direction. ; wholesale or retail, at their manufactory. Al - l a general assortment of perfumery, fancy ar ticle aod soap, dressing case, work bos, thread case, purses, razors, seniors, rieo - knive. ver pencil case, tweezers, t"i'l u ....... .! an Mr im.lliitr bottles. O - dour of roses in bottles, cologne, lavender, honey, orange flower end rose waters, tc. tie. jan 1. I f BENGAL INDIGO. X J cases very prime quality, entitled to debenture, for sal at 75 Wall - street by - jan 10 JACKSON ic WOOLLEY. PUBLIC SALE. ON Tuesday, the 27th of January, at twelve o'clock, will be sold by Hones it Town, that valuable and pleasantly situated Property in Broad - street, belonging to the estate ol the late Mr. John Post The Lot is 47 feet S inches front aud rear, on the north 126 leet 6 inches, and on the south side 133 feet in depth. The House stands about the centre of Uie? Lot, leaving a good gangway on the north side, and fine garden iront and rear, the situation isdeemeddeligtit - ful. Persons desirous of purchasing, are request' ed to view the premises. Title indisputable. Possession will be given on the 1st day of May next I urther conditions on the day ol sa'e. Deborah Post, ) Deborah Douglass, Executrixes. Catharine Ritter. ) John I. Post, ) - , Peter R. Post. J kecutor, Jnn7t27 BOA ID Si LODGING. 'lWO or three Gentlemen can be accommo JL dated iu a French family, with Board and Lodging, where tln - y can take lessions in Uie French language if tfeey chuse. Apply at this o'l'ce. jan 13 2w INESTIMABLE LflbCOVERY. HEALTH preserved and" restored without .tfedicineor ftaackcry, which often de - ' stroys the delicate constitution and debilitates the strong Colds bring on the most alarming disorders, with those lorturiur rheumatic pains, lumbago, gout, A; .7. which ail the faculty have not beeu able to eradicate. To prevent is better than to cure. K. YEO has prepared (from a receipt of a very eminent ihvsiclan Imthrr fnf nMrh h y . j - - makes shirts) of the most vital aud nutritious quality, which will preveut all the above nvn Uoned complaints. I hey produce an animal beat to the body, which cannot be obtained from flannel, patent fleecy hosiery, 1 or lamb's wool they absorb all perspiration, and resist all the humidity that iDjurcs the human frame they are soft and pleasant to wear and do not produce that irritability that is so unpleasant in flannel. Those who have favored him with their orders have declared tbeir astonishment at tho benefits derived from them. To re had of RICH'D YEO, breeches maker and leather dresser, 165 Water - street ; where also niav bo had leather pantaloons, doe skin vests, all kinds of gloves and mittens of the best quality, wholesale at.d retail, at the snoncst nonce. uccUI lui ipORSYTIl'S REMARKS ON ITALY. ' "Remarks on the Antiouities. Arts, anil letters, during an excursion In Italy, in (he vear 1M2 and 1803, by Joseph Forsyth, Esq " " aiso, "rrance, by L.ady morgan, with translation and plates. Just received and for sale by PETER A. MESIER, jan 13 3t No. 2S Wall - street. TO OLA RR I. MEN. 1.1 OUR experienced Marble Quarrvmrn aro Jl wanted immediately. None need apply but those perfectly acquainted with the busi ness 1 to such constant employ and liberal wages will be given. Apply to EZRA LUDLOW, 34 Reaver - street TO LET, A small 3 - story fireproof STORE, No 27 Moore - street next to the corner South - st. Possession given immediately. Apply as a - bove. nov 12 I'&lltf efOR SALE, The HOUSE and STORE, No. 93 Fulton - street; built in 1816, of the best material. The store, 33 feet long and 13 high ; the lot, 57 by 25 ; leased of the Dutch church for 63 years. Enquire at the above place. jan 1 2 3 w MERINO WOOL, COTTON YARN, SA 'l TJNETTS, Sic. WANTED, a quantity of merino wool ; also cotton yarn, particularly low numbers Proposals will also be received for making of sat - tinctt. The manufacturer to be supplied with the materials, and the business to be rendered, probably, permanent. cortonlTffbMAfe0 ySP'sA0.8 running of a ton to be supplied, and the yarn to be received at a stipulated price. Apply at 14a I'earl - street upstair. ocmrft f - t A S1VRE IVAN1ED.! Or House and Store in Broadway, be tween Maiden - lone and Wall - street. Rent will be made secure. Apply at No. 4 Cnurtlamlt street. Jan 14 5t fTI FOR SA LB OR IV LEA SE, SjiSill Lots in the 5. 6. 8. and 10 Wards; many ol which are ou regulated and paved streets. No money will be required under ten years, 11 sow, interest excepteo. HOUSES. Several two and three story house, on which a great part ol the money remain on mortgage. LANDING AT RED HOOK. An excellent stand for business, with ten acres of land, pleasantly situated, with a wharf, store. house aid barn. COTTON end WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - Haven, with 40 acres of land, and a never failing stream, upon which 20 mills may he erectea, wun a suuiciency 01 water ior eacn. Apply at No. 62 Greenwich street. jan 13 tf ' FOR SALE, Tbe HOUSE and OFFICE No. S3 Pim STREET, tor particulars enquire ai ian 14 lw No. 25 I'iiiE - STRFKT. iOK hAI.K. The eleeant 2 - stonr brick HOUSE and UlUJ c lease, second door irom uroom - sircci, iu croau - way, occupied oy wr. ueorge i.acey, at ins moderate pround rent of 475 per annum : about 1 g aaar unatnircd : the buildinzt to be valued at the end of the term, or the lease renewed for 21 years longer; it rents ior X4UU per annum ; - .. . . 1 . 1 1 the walk and street nas reccnuv uecn pareu. For terms, apply 10 fan 14 tf t Coffee - house - slip. TICKETS ADVANCING. ON FRIDAY NEXT Tickets in the Medical Science lottery will be advanced to Eleven Dollars, until which time they may be obtained for TEN Dollars or R. WAITE Junr. 13C Broadway. Two of the his he - 1 Prizes Tet drawn in this Lottery were sold by R. waite, jun. viz. 4,041 ta uays arawing $iuuu 20.2b3 6thdav'sdrawine 41000 Besides two of 41000 each in the Surgical Lot - lery, an soia wiinin ix nays. - j. n f 1THICH drew on New - Year's day, the grand m W ak tM ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS, Being the highest prize ever arawn in America, was sold and immediately paid at A3L3ti33ET?S. Truly Lucky Office, No. 122 Broadway. N. B. Messrs. S. & M. ALLEN will advance the cash for prizes in any LotUry, aod to any a - mount, in case the Ticket is sold at either of their offices - No. 122 Broadway, New - York, t South 3J - st. Philadelphia, 151 Market - st BalUmore, jan 14 3t 449 Market - tt Aioany. RISE OF TICKETS. ON Friday next Medical Science Tickets win advance to eleven dollars until w hich day thcr may be had at the following prices, at 7 1 G. ti R. WAITE'S Truly Fortunate Lottery Office, Nc, 54 Maiden - Lane. Whole Tickets 10 dls. Quarter, S dT. 50 ct. Halve 5 dls. Eighth, 1 do'. 25 ct. On Monday the first drawn number will be enti - ilea 10 TWO THOUSAND DOIXARS. ja13 PUBLIC SALES. BY FRANKLIN it MINTURN, Tuesday, Jan; 20. XII o'clock, at Ihe T. C. H. by order of Wei. Deuning, surviving executor of 1'iiomts Sroitii, Esq. deceased, tlte House und Lot, 40 WaU - st ' next to the Cily Bank. Wednesday, the 21st instant 12 o'clock, at the Tontine Collee - House, HEAL ESTATE, That large and 1 legant three story brick bouse No. 13 Courtlandt - street. . Alno at the same time, those fo"ir brick houses Nos. 10, 12, 14 and 15 Moore - street, three stories high, recently built, and good situations for business No. 10 being the cor ner of Water - street and Moore - si reet. Unquestionable lilies will be given and terms liberal, which will be made known at the time of sale. Persons disposed to put" chase ut pi itte sale or wishing further information will please apply at the auctioneers. . IVtdnesduy, Jan. 28. At XII o'clock, at the T. C. H. The two bouses ami lot of ground, No. 78 and 80 Rivington - strect ; the lot each 25 feet front and 75 deep; the houses two - story,, with good front cellars, cellar kitchens, tc. 2 room on the first floor with pantries between and wide airy halls, 1 room on Uie second with 2 pantnes and a good, garret each house has an alley througu the yard, where tncre is gnus plants, cisterns, Sic. ic. - , PRIVATE a A UK, On liberal terms, 5 valuable LOTS, situated between Second and Third - streets, on Division - street, making a fiont of 172 feet, ail occupied as retail dry good stores - ground under lease to the present occupants for a term of years. For particulars apply at the auctiou room. BY G A MAGE Sz COOPER. This evening, At' 6 o'clock, at their auction room, No. 4 Phoenix Stares, will be continued the sale of a valuable atsorlineut of books, Sic. including an invoice of choice Loudon edition. Tc - morrow, .71 Kirk 4; Mcrcein's long room, 20Wall - st. an extensive assortiiieut of mahogany furniture. At 1 1 o'clock, an invoice of rich London cut glass and China. SJr The goods may be examined this after - U'Khi, and until the time of sale. N. B. The room will be comfortably warmed. BY J. P. DIET ERICH Si CO. PRIVATE SALE. 1 elegant patent hanging lamp, suitable for an assembly room. Alio, about 6 miles from the City Hall, on tbe Blonuiingdale Road, a very handsome country - seat, with very convenient house and out buildings, commanding a fine view of the north river would he exchanged for merchandise ; terms accommodating, Fur particulars apply at the auction room. NOTICE. fjc All persons having demands against tho estate of the late Thomas Cooper, deceased nre requested to present the same. And all persons indebted to the said estate are requesttd to make payment to the subscriber. ALICE ANN SWARTWOUT, Jan 10 lm Administratrix. IE - - If Mr. JOHN MAY, who was at Kingston, (Jamaica,) in the year 1805, will call at No. 76 Pearl - street, he will cooler a particular favour. .Joy information a to his residence) will be acceptable. jan 10 lw THE FORUM fjir Will be opened on Friday evening next, the 13th instant, at Uie Assembly Room, City Hotel, when the following question will be discussed : " Is it possible that the present pacific state of Europe will be of long continuance." Tbe discussion will commence precisely at 7 o'clock. , The surplus proceeds of that evening are appropriated to the Female Missionary Society. A ticket will admit a gentleman and lady. Tickets to be had at D. Longwortb'i Park, act) at the door, at 25 rents each. jan!3 4t ttj - TUCreditorsof.Mr.bYDAEY HEW ITT, are requested to sneet at the office of Mr. Blake, on Friday next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at No. 3 Law - Buildings. jan 13 3f ' 37 The New - York African Bible Society will bold their annual meeting on Thursday evening the 15th instant, at the African Church in Church - street, wlten Ihe managers will make a report of their proceeding for Uie last year - There will be an address delivered bj ou of it member. After which, an election of officer for the ensuing year will take idace. By order of Uie Board of M anagert. jan 13 WM. MILLER, President CORPORATION NOTICE, fJ3 Application having been made to the corporation, for widening and improving Dover - street NOTICE is hereby given to all persons inter ested therein, that the subject will be laid before the common council, on monaay, ue iuiu inn. and a decision bad thereon, unless reasonable objections are made thereto in writing, and presented on or before that Ume. ' By order, JOHN M'COMB, Street Commis'r. Street Comuiis doners office, I Jan. 12. 1818. f fan 13 Iff Tha I .Hiliei and GeutJenien of this cite ail' respectfully informed, that G. Geib baa commenced teaching music un hi i'ew plan. Terms 4tt0 ner auarter. Davs of Tuition. Tues days, Thursdays and Saturdays, at the hour of iruiu 1 a w . No. 20 Wall - strset, first floor ap stair, back oiu. Jan 14 lw CORPORATION NOTICE. . fir - AuDlication havinc been made to th Corporation for laying opea and appropriating for a public walk or mall, the (pace of ground at Corlaer' Hook to the Eastward of Corlaer's - street and extending on a Ime with that street to Grand - street. Notice is therefore hereby given to all persons interested therein, that the subject will be laid before the Common Council on Monday the 26tb instabt, and a decision bad thereon, unless reasonable objections are made thereto in writing on or before that time. By order. - JNO. M'COMB, Bt vojsi. Street Com. Office, I 14th Jan. 1818. S THE co - partnership heretofore Misting between the subscribers, under the firm of HueklevSi Abbatk is this day dissolved, by tual consent. The affair of ine concern wui m settled by Thomas Buckley, 53 South - street - New - York, lto.iailW. ., ROBT. ABBATT, jun! tmm mmm mm as - aa - a THOMAS BUCKLEY, having taken hi oa JOHN iJtWHLntt. uilklm, into co - rfunliin. the Commission business will be continued on their account under tbe firm of THOMAS BUCKLEY Ic BON. I mo 14 lm NOTICE. The Copartnership heretofore existing in this city, under tbe firm of U'tVolf, Packard it W ol, is tins day tfusol - vaH h inniual riniMiL Allnenana havinc SMI - settled accounts with said firm, are requested to . call at 57 Front - street, for settlement New - York, Dec. 31, 1817. ISAAC PACKARD. JAMES D'WOLF, JtM. ' dec 31 EVELEEN'S BOWER, a arranged and sung by Afr. PHILIPPS, i now ready for ,le at J. A. Si H. GEIB'3 Afusic Store, 23 , - 1 isn 10 tf Mid"n - lant. RICE St TOBACCO. 150 tierce prune new 13 blids KentocKy looacco, 26 bbds old and 3 do new Virginia do Row hudn; from different vee!s, to VJ noW DIVIEBETI1UNE - CO. . jn 12 ' " "

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