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Tf WOMK MTCNIN POST. 1 TUESDAY, JANUARY 20,1818. NUMBER 48(9 P1NK - STRKET. NE ILK ' , iNO. 42 sou SALE AT THE SHir - XAlw vr THE SUBSCRIBER, i ci on P. now buildiwr of the best L materials, about 100 ton; Umbers of live And cedar : bottom plan jSSywbile oak, built on purpose for the Alba ny tre. sf o0p of50 ,,. calculated for k any trade where dispatch, burthen, aod 'easy dralt 01 water a ren A periagua stiiuu;tiH . .it liitu water, with a lee - . Will UI ' " ' . board through the centre of her keel, and is expected to sail very fast. u f 360 tone, cakulated .for a Liverpool or London trader, (that rn b. finished to suit the purchaser.) fE?.. limber and plank. Also, Umber BUT U Tor Sale, Freight or Charter, Th. hrhr AMERICAN, burthen 200 ikLtons. sails fast, u weu lounu auu nu o " . r .LZ, in immediate!. This brig is one year - l.i hnilt of the best materials and was era - i'..,l the last vear as a packet between this iortand Savannah, lies at Marry wharf Ap olyto GRIS'WOLDS Si COATES, V dec 15 63 So'" - t For SALE, 'Hie very fast Bailing sloop PARAGON. Child, master ; burthen 06 tons, V built at Middletown, (Conn.) by Mr. lhonas Childs, of the best materials, has marie one voyage tt the West Indies, is one year old, nd run he sent to sea' immediately. For terms apply to the maiter. on board at Burling - slip, or to GUIS WOLDS 8c COATES. dcc ig 68 South - street. For GIBRALTAR, i The fust sailing brig LAU KA - A., F. Coffin, mast, t; lias fine accommo dations fur passengers, r or Ireight or suo bar rel or passage, apply to the captain ou board, west side Bur uig - snp, or io W. L. ic G. GR1SWOLD. nVc.aO 1(0 South ttrcet. For SALE, The new and last sailing brig r am t., L built of the best seasoned timber, and faithfully taut together, her rifrtrinir and sails are of excellent nu dity, this vessel is well calculated for a Southern Packet, ha ing hand some accommodations. For terms and a view of her inventory, .pply to GRla WOLDS k CO ATES, dec 15 68 iouth - street. For Sale, treieht or Charter, The excellent brig RIVING SUN, ,Wtn. Napier, master, burthen one hun dred and five tons, will slow about 900 barrel.", two years old, sails fast and can be sent to tea immediately Apply to the captain ou board at the loot ol Harrison - street, or to JOHNBYERS. Who Juts fur Sate, " 1 500 bbls ground plaster of I'afis 600 tons Nova Scotia planter 120 do Freuch do in lots to suit par chasers Apply ai above. dec 11 ti' For Sale, Freight or Lliarter, The ship MIRROR, 320 tons bur .then, is a good vessel, 2 years old, stows about 3200 bbls. and saiU fast. Apply on board, west side Burling sh;), or to N. L. SiG. GRISWOLD, jan 8 J!6South - st For bate.. Freight or Vhnrtir, X The good ship BRILLIANT, LGeer, masier ; 330 tons btirtliaii, jcars old, in con plcte order to receive a car go, and is in every respect a hue vessel. Ap ply on board, west bide Uurl nt - slip, or to N L. Si G. GRLSWOLD, j in 8 8(3 South street. r VVANCEU. vMl A Unlish bri of about 300 tons, to Sifssf " n I"1' '" England or .Scotland Apply to CAUBEKLENU & PEARSON dec 6 67outh - st Far taJc, Fmgm or Charter, Thesl.iuoi h iraod thin ANGELICA .770 tnus burthen, one year old, sheath ed aud in complete order to receive a can;o, stows about 2;D0 bbls. a very fast sailing ship. has large accommodations fur passeiizrrs and well calculated Tor the New - Orleans trade Ap, ply tO . Pi. Li. SL U., dec 4 86 South - st. H ant'dto Charter. A good SLOOP or SCHOONER tliat will carry about 500 barrel, for a voyage to Bermuda ; immediate dispatel will be given. Apply to TUCKER Si LAURIF.S, jan 3 29 South - street. FOR IRfclGHT OK CHARTKH, Vy The schr FAVORl I'E, H. H. Fisher amaster. Ivinsr 1st mharf sihove iHrinen l iuu barrels, II montlis old, Plulariel - phi i built, now ready to receive a cargo. Apply to the Captain on boM, or at 92 C. il. slip, to jan 5 DIV1F. BETHUNE & CO. For Freight or Charter, The substantial Wis EUNICE. How. .master, of 195 tons, 12 months old. a su perior vessel aud ready to receive a cargo. Apply at C7 South - street, to jan 5 CAMBRELENG Si PEARSON. tor Sale, Freight or Charter, The schr. POLLY & SALLY, of .Philadelphia, burthen 120 tons, twelve montlis old, csrries 1100 bbls. is a fast sailer, m exceuani order, and now ready to receive a cargo. Apply on board at MurrayVwharf, or . . U U. TALCOTT, jnJr 64 .outh - street for FrttelU or ( hatter. The fine ship FOSTER, burthen 350 .tons, is m complete order, for nv vov agcanu ready ..r the reception of cargo. Ap - r. w va(Uaui Aioran, on board, or to J"1 W. Si A.M. CRAIG. for Freieht or Charter. The staunch, substantial shin I)RI71 &. 10.L). cant. R. Ou.irW will he to reveire a carso in a few days For terms in. r.1. U I ... - r fj iw wmw, ai rier io. 17, or to WALSH Si GALLAGHER, Jan 3 C6 S.uth - st. .rr - t or Sair, f reight or Charter, The good fast sailing brig NYMPH, V Tits 157 tons burthen, in complete order to receive a cargo, may be ent to sea without delay. Appli - oo board, east Fly - market wharf, rt N. L. Si G. GRISWOLD, m9 86 Sonth - st For SaJe, freight or Charter, The ship FOX, bun hen iiOQ bbls. is r to receive a cargo. A pply to N. L. Si G. GRIsWOLD, J 8 - 86 Soulh - st For Sale, Freight or Charier. A new p lot bot built SCHOONER. ,120 tons burthen, built in the hix.t lanner, of good materials, and copper fasten - d, a very tut vessel, and may be sent ? tl maU expence. Apply on board, J K.LtG. GRtSWOLD. t For WASH1KGTOX, K. C. The schooner EAGLE, Rut sell, lying iu Peck - slip; will tail first fair wiad or freight or postage, apply on board, or to Jan 15 ror SAY AMAH, The fine and last sailing packet brig1 LEVANT, D. Wood, master ; having part of her freight engaged, will meet with immediate uispatcn. for treigni or passage, apply on board at Murray's - harf, or to Hill. UAKKUN; jan 15 Iw 136 Front - street. For JYE W - OliLEA JVi', (Intended for a regular trader) The fine copper and copper - fastened brig CHARLES, capt. Wibray, will positively sail on the 34th inst. For freight or passage, ap ply ou board 'at pier no. 12, east side Old - slip, or to M1REA oLlUELL, jan 15 Iw No. 41 South - st. For AMaTEJWAM, The CHRISTOPHER GORE. capt. LM .Anderson. Having a great part of her cargo engaged, will meet wilh quick dispatch r or treight or passage, bavuig very lianusome accommodations, apply to JOHN ABM. WILLtNK & CO. Jan 15 lw ti Washiuffton - sL For Freight or Charter, The fine ship DUUMMOND, capt, SSiZeR. Quarles, burthen 3000 bbls; is now ready to receive a cargo, aud will hke freight for any part of Europe. Apply on board, at pier no. 17, 1' ly - MarketsIip, or to WALSH ic GALLAGHER, jan 13 CGSouth - st. For ST. THOMAS, The fast oitilingschr GREYHOUND, Hoadlcy, waster. Having tho greater part oi her freight engaged, for the remainder or raage, apply on board, cast side ol C II. slip, or to F. W. KARTHAUS, RFJNICKE Si CO. In 13 74 W aslnnsten - st. tor Fieight or Charter, The fi - t sailing brig LOL'ISA - CE CILK, 123 tons ; has made but one toy ie, and is now in readiness to receive a cargo - Lies in frout ci the subscriber's store. G. G. Si S. HOWLAND, jan 13 77 Washinston - st. For DUiLl.y, The substantial fast sailing ship NEPTUNE. R. Field, master; will riimmenrc Inailimr mi Mnnd.'iv. liavinir nearly the whole of bet cargo ready to go on buard, will becli!):itclicd without uelav. For freight of about 250 casks flaxseed, cotton, or cabin ind steerage passage, having excellent ac commodatiuns, apply to THOS. S. WALSH, dec 13 118 Front - street. For CHAHLF.STUJST, The new l ist sailiug sr nooncr l u.v tlTlNE, S. Hoyt, master, will pojiiively ail m all next week 1 or freight or passage, having superior accommodations, apply on board rat tido Burling slip, or to jan 9 SAUL ALLEY, 93 Pine - st. ffLOLk. COTTON, &c 250 bbU Folia - JL ' dclphia flour 21 b iles upland cotton, new crop 8 do New - Orleans do do 5 tons lignum vita; 15 tubs German steel 2 pipes ted port wine 11 hhds do do do 5 hhds white do do 3 qr. casks do do tlo 1 lilid Madeira M ine 11 qr. casks do do 37 boxes superior claret (ldoz. each) An invoice of lare veils, cotton lace, &c. An invoice of Dutch tovs for sale by ' ROBERT GILLESPIE, jan 7 1 12 Front street lUiKhl'S, TAPES, &c. 5000 Muskets j.T L entitled to Debenture 13 boxes well assorted Tapes. No 1 1 to 25 7 t eroon 1st quility Floiant Indigo 4 h'oxes Flaxen Limien 2 bbls. White Lead, for sale by i.C. ZIMMERMAN, Jan 8 lm No. 72 Washington - street. 34 TOBACCO ic FLO I'll. hhds new Richmond tobacco 20 do old do do 13 do Petersburg do 3H) bbls Philadelphia superfine flour Landing from brig Rising Sun, and schrs In li;a Hunter, Sa Liou, and Brothers For ale by BOORMAN Ar JOHNSTON A iso, in store 500 bbls surerfino Richmond nour : do I'etersburg f.o. dec 27 QUO I', WHITE LEAD, ,Vc A few tons U ratcnt ih it, Irom lib to 10 A lew casks Dry While Lead 3 tons best do. in oil, in 2'J & 5Clb. kegs 25 casks lx.t Bed Lead 26 rolls Sheet do. 10 hhds Paris White, of a superior quality t cants l enow urfire, dry Red, Yellow and Black Paints, in kegs of 1 cwt. each A few casks Fig Blue Black Varnish in kegs of 4 gallons each Window Glass 7 by 9, it by 10, 1 1 by 9, and 12 by 10 for sale by ATKINSONS i FLEMING, dec 22 1m 167 PeurUtreet. BLUE GOODS, &c 17 bales compauy blue Manioixlies, fine qual. 4 bales Company blue Baflas. do 1 ' do India Cnlicoes, sup qual and new patterns, selected particularly for this market, just ree'd per ship India, lor t.ijf by . P. REM SEN & CO, hn 3 ?fiotith - ireet. JAM ES W OLE, Jnn. wnl htiuelorwurd con. tinue to trausact Commissiou business in his own n.ime. dec 31 RICHMOND TOBACCO Ai. FLOUR. 623 bbls. Ri. hmood supl. Flour 37 hhds prime new crop Richmond, principally large awl le.ily, now landing from schr Thomas, and in stnrr, lor sale by Jan 6 BOORMAN Si JOHNSTON. DOMESTIC fc OTHER WARES. nnHE subscribers keep constantly on hand an L extensive assortmeut of the following goods, viz : Dutch and English Gunny Bags, Sic. Popes' Heads Crumb Bruhes Bellows, fancy and common Do for Blacksmiths Hall ann Entry Mats Pails and Tubs Who I - Borrows Fine Wire Sieves Do Hair do Whifis of every description Seine, sewing, wrapping, baking 'and ball 1' trine 1 1 ah Lines Shoe ic :adlers Thread Dearborn's Ballan - ces Brooms Duster, or Counter Brushes Hearth Brushes, fancy and common Head do do do Cloth iK do do Weavers do White Wash do Shoe bi Scrub hmg do Paint Brushes and Sash Pools Clamps, 4,7, 8 row Furniture Brushes Horse do Bed Cor.U, Clothes Lines Sash Cords, Trace Rope Wrought and Cut Nails and Brads Which they will tell wholesale or retail oa U beral terms. CEBRA Ic CUMING, jaa 5 ' 76 Pearl - strett. fTON YARN The COMMISSION COMPANY, !43Tearl - street. have now lor sale, most Nos, of Cotton Yarn, from No. 4 to 30. inn it ODOR OF ROsfcS. A FEW pound buttles of Odor of Roses, just received from Smyrna, and for sale by dec 2 - ' .ROBERT LENOX. ' COTTON. TWENTY bales Prime Upland Cotton, for sale at 35 Peck - slip, by R. & C. W. DAVENPORT & CO. Jan 6 Jt'l - uL.E3 iic 1UU,UUU inch Mangles, isj 11, wo w.u. uarrei staves lor sale ny It. Si C. W. DAVENPORT Si CO. Jan C TOBACCO & FLOUR. Lauding this day from the schooners Rolls and We y mouth. 2B bhds. prune old, andf TouACCO 5J do. new S A 105 barrels supetfine Flour In Store, 100 hhds. old Richmond H Petersburg tobacco 500 kegs of 1st Si 2d quality nianulactured do. various brands for sale by DIVIE BETHUNE Si CO. jan 7 92 Coffee - house - slip. HUE LEAD. IN OIL. 400 kegs ol V V Whi'e Lead, eround in oil. 28 lbs. each, landing Irom ship Caroline Ann, Irom Liverpool, for sale by DIVIE BETHUNE & CO. jan i vo. ye couee - nouse - snp. UPHOLSTERY 4 tierces best Mack curled .Horse Hair 1 case best Satin Horse Hair Seating, and Thread Tickling, just received per Lorenzo, irom London, aud lor sale ny 11UH.U ttWALL, jan 7 - 65 South - street. f STARCH. WNE Hundred and Sixtv. kess Philadelphia March, landing Irom schr. rair trader, at Uld slip, for sale by JACH.SU.J & VYUULLLl, jan 5 75 Wall - street. 033 INDIGO, SUGARS, Ax. bags Benares and Radnaeore Sugars, the latter very superior quality, hard grained, worthy the attention nl retailers 17 rates lieniral Incieo 4200 Goat Skius, large size and fine quality, just ree'd per ship India, lor sale ny 1. n.i:tit,ii oi VyU. jan 3 2G South - street 71 LAN N ELS, PINS, Sic. sorted flannels, white, r - A few bales as - , red and yellow Do line and superfine white do. very wide Green table covers, from 5 qr. to ti by 10 Men and womeu's cotton stockings L'o do white silk do A few cases Loudon mixtpins, in 1 - 2 Si 3 - 4 lb Do pack pins, 3 1 - 2, 4, 4 1 - 2 and 5 1 cure mourning pins, 1 do short while do White chapel needles, assorted, No. I to 10 1 case hooks and eyes 1 do brass aud steel top thimbles Brass aud card wire For sale by ATKINSONS Si FLEMING, dec 22 lm 167 Pearl - st. STRAITS BRAN DY. 1MVENTY five pipes Cette Brundy, for sale . by CHAS. L. OGDEN, and ABR. OGDEN, Jan 9 Washington - street. A Corn - t an Wanted. WANTED immediately, a corn - fan ; a second baud iie will answer. A pply to TUCKER It LAURIE', jan 20 29 South - streeL 250 salt by R. jan 12 Tl'UPEJVTLVE. bbls toft turpentine, afloat, and for St C. W. DAVENPORT St CO. 171LOUR, TOBACCO A: FLAXSEED 860 . bbls Fredericksburg flour 21 half tierces flaxseed 14 hhds prime leaf tobacco, received per schrs. Wm. A: Henry and Virginia For sale by jan" WALSH Ic GALLAGHER. ,,1 USKEfS and FOWLING PIECES, euti - 4.V.L tied to debenture. 13 cases British Muskets, with bayonets and scabbards complete. 5 dodo Fowling Pieces. Just received per Carolina Ann, from Liverpool, for sale by jnn 9 P REMSE.N & CO. 26 South - t. 150 RICE. tierces prime new rice, received per ship Radius from Charleston, and for sale by D. BE I HC At. CU. jan 10 92 C'oflV - e - Home slip. RUM, Sic 2 hhds. old Jamaica Rum ; 10 bags sup. Calcutta Sugar, landing from sloop Satellite, and for sale by G. W. TALBOT, jan 10 55 Pine - street. U.M & CHOCOLATE 50 bis. 1st. proof New Rum 30 boxes Jir Boston Chocolate No. 1 For sale by JACKSON Si WOOLLEY, jan 13 75 Wall street. M A DEI R A WIN E London particular Ma - deira wine of the most approved brands, iu pipes, hhds. and quarter casks, fit for immediate use and well worth the attention of private families Will be sold at reasonable prices, and in quantities to suit purchasers, by TUCKER Ai LAURIES, jan 9 29 South - st. FLOUR A - TOBACCO. 150 bbls Flour, branded (Richmond Mill's) 200 do Petersburg do 7 hhds Old leaf Tobacco 50 kegs Manufactured do. branded ''I4P Labhy," landing from the sloops Brothers und Juliet, and for salt! by WALSH & G ALLAGHER, jan 6 66 ouih - street. CALCUTTA GOODS. ONE hundred bales consisting ol Baflas, Luckipore, Chitiahully, Caiiipalty and Putka. Cossahs, Chaudpore, Comocoily, Johanna and Lur.kiore. Stimhs Jrllalpore and Mow. Checks (nitidis, Romals At. tor site by CHS. L. OGDEN and ABR VI OGDEN, jin9 Washington - street. .MOT TON 9 bales first quality Upland Cot - y ton. landin and tor tale oy SAUL Ahbr.l. so rinc - strcel. IN STORE, 32 bales Sea - Island Cotton. Apply as above, Jan 9 fl4k FLOUR. LiJ bbls. superfine flour, received per schr Ceres from Richmond, now landing and for rale by , , DIVIE BETHUNE ol CO. jan 14 92 Coffee - House slip. l$li.Yli COCOA. TWENTY - FIVE bags of very superior quality Lland cocoa, (or sale by TUCKER Ic LAURIES, Jan 8" 29 SouUi - st. KENTUCKY TOBACCO. hbds. Kentucky tobacco, suitable for manufacturing, for sale by N. Si D. TALCOTT. ian 7 jyjOLASSES, Sc. 6 bhds. Molasses, new 3 ra. Cocoa Nuts, landicg Irom brig Mary, from Uaytdta, for tale by N. D. TALCOTT, Jan H 64 Bootb - street. COTTON New crop, prime, suitable for manufacturiiiK, will be sold in Da reels to ac commodate purchasers. Also, a lew bales ol old crop. Enquire 143 Pearl - otreet, up stairs. jan 0 SOUCHONG 6l KAMPOY i'EArf, in boxes and cannisters, 33 and 24 lbs each, entitled to debenture, for sale at 64 South - street, by CAMBRELENG PEARSON, jait 5 rpOBACCO 2o hhds new crop Tobacco, of JL excellent quality, landing irom schr. Holla, from Richmond, for sale by U. tit. I UU?it. ti Jan 6 92 Coffee House - slip. COFFEE. TWO Hundred and Seventy bags St. Domin JL co Coflee. received per schr. Snartan. for sIo by LE ROY, BAYARD & CO. Jan o 273 COFFEE, SUGAR aod lNUiGO. bbls. and 20 bass fine ereen Coffee 35 bhds, 1 tierce and 4 bbls Muscovado Sugar 41 ceroonsCnraccas Indigo Lhnriine from the schr. Greyhound, from St Thomas, for tale by t . W. KARTHAUS, KKLMCKK 3 CU, jan 3 74 Washington street. BENGAL INDIGO 7 cases 1st quality, en titled to debenture, for sale by ' JACKSON ic WOtMXEI, Jan 15 75 Wall - strect - lff E. 1 1 COTTON. J J bales nrime Upland cotton, landing from scli. South - Carolina for sale by S. ALLEY, dec 13 93 Pine - st BOURBON COFFEE, ENGLISH CHF.ES t KL t Sic J" Bales Bourbon coflee, of superior quality, for lamilv use 45 double Gloucester cheeses, In fine ordor and choice quality 50 casks llibbert's best doub'.o brown stout 100 baskets frcth olive oil, 1 dozeu each, large botlltis 125 boxes .fresh muscatel raisins 25 bal. s i!o soft shelled almonds, of fine Quality, For sale, with their usual assortment of Wines, Liuuors, Tens, Aic. on reasonable terms, by A. BLMNGEK fcc SON, 12 Maiden Lane. ALSO. Gunpowder Tea, of superior quality, the Hun tress' cargo. jan u fICOAa TIMBER. 46 loes of in rue Cedt 1 7 Timber, suitable fol ship building, lor salt by DANIEL OAKEY, Jan 16 Iw 51 William street KOtiV SHIRTINGS. a le.w 13 Brown Shirliea", just received Mid lor sale by the jan 13 COMMISSION COMPANY, I4K Pearl - street. u LEATHERS Ru. - sia Feathers of g "Od qual - "J, iv. in ouantitiet to suit purchasers, at iio, 41 SouUistrtet RErll RAISINS 3HJ uoxes Bloom Raisins in fine order, just received and for tiile by G. M. WILSON. .far. 15 130 Wafer - stn - et. Kl5 I0U hl'N - 1st pf. New It tins for Salt JACKsON Ic WOOLLP.Y, 75 Wall - street. jan 17 FIVE DOLLARS REWARD. LOST, a pointer dog, while body wilh light brown head and ears : Had on a ha titer collar, with a brass plate upon it, but no name en graved. The dog went Horn his masters house on Sunday. Enquire at No. 25 Greenwich - street. jan 17 iw JUST PUBLISHED. THISdjy it published and lor sale by ELI AS VALENTINE. No. 104 Broadway, third door below Piue - treet, a print of Mr. Philipps, in the character of Cant. Beldare, engraved by Gimhrede, handsomely coloured and plain. Jan 17 TAANLKY FOR SALE. riio he told at public auction, on Wednesday, I th tilth dav of February next, in the area of the Exchange Coffee House, in the town of Boston, at 1 2 o'ciocit ai noon, All the real estate belcngine to the Hampshire Leather Manufactory.' situate in the tow n ol Northampton, in the state of Massachusetts. The estate will he sold in four lots, viz : Lot No. 1, containing about 31 acaes nf land, near the centre of the towu of Northampton, on which is erected all those extensive and vidua b!e buildings, lately occupied by the corporation for tannine - of leather, with n'.out 300 vuls, some of which are veiy large end part of them under cover, in which leather may be uunaieu aunng the winter ; it is presumed (here it not in the state so extensive and valuable an establishment for carrying on the tanning business as this. A particular description of the buildings and pri - vilerteoB would take up too much room lor an advertisement. Lot No, 2 contains about 3 acres, stuate on the north side ol the county road, directly oppo site to lot .No. 1, on which are two nweuing iuu set, with convenient out buildings, is ou higl ground, bud considered a very delightful situation. Lot No. 3, containing about four acres of lanrf, situate on the easterly "side of Mill River, about two mile? fn m the meeting house in Northam - lon, with a valuable mill privilege and buildings thereon. Lot No. 4 contains about one acre of land, on which is erected a hark mill and bark sheds, situate near Edward's tavern, about 6 miles Irom Northampton, on the Albany road. Any person having an inclination to purchase all or any part of the foregoing property, are invited to examine it. The corporation pledge themselves to tell to the highest bidder, being determined to close their concerns. Any inibrma - tiou respecting the estates may lie obtained on application to to JUslAH uw i, r.squire, ai Northampton, or EBENEZER FRANCIS, India street, Boston - jan 14 LVDIGESTIOjV Oti SOUK SWMACU 3 acknow ledged by medical writers to lie a complaint oi stubborn kind, and at all timet terv difficult of cure. This is sudkiently illus trated in thedssannuintiuent of those who unl'or - nately suffer under it, af.they, for the most part, find that after having tried many things to little or no purpose, they are at last obliged to use (lor perhaps the remainder of life) such articles at can at best but palliate the disease. Under such circumstances, any medicine capable of remo ting the complaint, must surely be an article highly deserving the attention of all those who are ajll'cted with it ; such a combination is to lie met with in J'r. MEA WS AJVTl - Vl SEP TIC or STOMA CH PILLS the success of which has nevar yet been equalled, for the cure oflytppisia in its mott complicated form, such as loss of appetite, nausea, heart burn, flatulency, knawing pain in the stomach, pain in the side, great i ostiyenets paleness in the countenance, languor, lowness of spirits, pain in the head, virtigo orgiddiness and disturbed sleep Whoever applies these pills in the above diseate, ac on'ing to the directions, will never be disap - p M.ittil, as they have neTer been once known to ind in producing a radical and permanent cure T! " eol a inglc box will convince the most unU - lii vi:;g ol their etpcary. They will most efft dually rcm.iye all urncs of the stomach, not merely by neutrahzin' .lie S)iJ, but by correcting that morbid slate nfuw secretions w hich gives rise to it, and at the saoie time ill restore to the debilitated organ oi rtig..'uo t, t'.at lone and vigour which is absolutely iiett. - - f - .ry to tbe well being of the animal economy. To be bad at Brook at Carle's, Pearl - street, atJ.C. Morrison's, Greenwich - street, and at Hull 1 Bowne'l 146 Pearl - street, where d'o; - git and country detlcrs will be served oo li'je - ral terms. try Price one dollar per box. 0c 3A S TO BE SOLD, TOE FOLLOWING VALUABLE PROPER TY, BELONGING TO THE ESTATE OF THE LATE DR. THOMAS JONES. The Dwelling House aud premises now Inulin the possession of Mrs. ' Margaret Jones, uuwn as number 343 Broadway, being 30 feet inches iu width in front, and 32 feet 6 inches in the rear, and 140 feet in depth ; together with me Driest stable, and lot on which it stands, lutiit rear oi the dwelling house, being about 27 feet square and the undivided hall or a lot Ironting on Leonard street, being 25 feet wide on Lro - nard - str'eet, and 63 feet 10 inches in depth ; which undivided lotu held in common belwetn William Denning, Esq. and the owners of the property now offered for sale, and is intended for a passage j iu iiiciniauies ana yarns. The above property is situated in the most eligible part of the city, and is, in every part, in the best repair aud most complete order. 1 Three Lots of Ground, situated at the sj corner of Broadway and Warren - street: being known on the map of the lai:ds belongiug to Trinity Chuich as Nus. 415,416 and 417, and contain, together, 75 feet in bieudtli on Crouii - way, ana in the rear in leeto on Warren - ttreet, andb9 feet 9 inches on the northerly side. These lots, with the builoinss thereon, are now under lease to various tenants, forteims which will expire on the 1st May, 1820, and at such rents as amount, in the whole, to $2425 an nually, betides all taxes. These thie lots will be sold in one parcel, aud subject to the unexpired leases. A Dwelling House bbiI Lot of Grojnd, known as No. 147 Water - street. heteii Piuc - streetand the Fly Market, lieine "2 feet 10 inches in width in frunt, and 21 feet 7 inchis in the rear, and 100 feet 10 inches In length. Thin house aud lot is under lease for a term Hiding 1st May, lpiy, at uie annual rent ot tM dollars una all taxes. A Dwelling House and Lot of Ground. known as No. 145 Water slreel. tidioinii k hie lust above : beiuz 13 feet 4 inches un titer street, 17 feet iu the rear, mid 84 feet 4 mel ts in lengiii. I his house and lot are under kasefr a term ending 1st May, 1819, at the annual rent of 250 dollars and all laxet. A LOT OF GROUND, frontms the Broad way just above Jones - street, ar.d utxt but one ad joining the prop rty ol'IVir. V.artiu Hoffman ; and the lot fronting on Mercer - slrcel, in the rear ol the Broadway Int. Then: two lots will be sold. t"gethrr, and me 25 feet B inches wide and 201) leetdeep. A LOT OF LAND, known ns number C4 P.avnrd't farm, fronting on Ryndt rs - street, and running from that street to Or mge street ; liemg a A idtli on Kynders street 2.6 trcl. and on Oral g street 2 feet 6 inches, ami in leneth on the n rlh erly side 145 feet 6 inches, and on the southerly sub' 151 feei 3 inches. . U the aborr mtiitioneiTprofitrly it held in fr.t nmpie. t nejouoving ii ruin under a leant jrom I o uinout college, i4 bears al uhuh lean uat hi - ' j iiirtd ou 1st September last. Lrl'L A Dwelling House and Lot of G round knll known as No. 217 Greenwich street, now under lease lor the annual rent of 250 dollars and all taxes ; lease e.xpiret 1st May, 1821 A Dwelling Honse and Lot of Ground known as No. 215 Greenwich street, now under lease lor the yeaily rentol 3j0 dollars and a:i taxes ;iae expires ltMayhloil. (fju 1 , A Dwelling House and Lot of Ground, lifts Jut the corner of Greenwich street aud Bar clay street, under lease for 450 dollars aud taxes; lease expires 1st May, 1321. I wo D welling Houses and Lots ol Ground, known as No. CU and 71 Barclay sweet, now under lease lor btHi dollars annually and all taxes; lease expires 1st May, ltJil. These two houses being leased together, will be sold together. ft "1 A Dwelline House and I.ol of Ground, lir,; tl known as No". 67 Barclay street, now un der lease for the annual rent of 90 dollars and taxes ; lease expires May 1st, 1319. A Dwelling House and Lot of Ground, known as No. 65 Barclay street, now un der lease for the y tally rent pf 90 dollars und Uir taxes ; lease expires May 11, 1819. This least hold properly cannot conveniently be dtsuilitd within the limits of an advertise ment, but the size and extent of each lot may be particularly seen on a map thereof, at tbe oflice of .nr. juiiloi 4 - t rme Mitei. 1 he title to all this property it unquestionable. the greatest part ol the property having been owned and oostested by the late Dr. Jones and his represi ntatives for more than 25 years, now last ; and lor such part as has been purchased within that period Ine subscribers hold warranty deeds from the grantors. J be bouse and premises first above described is t fferi - d at private snle, and may be viewed alter the fourth day of January next, any day be tiveen one and two o'clock in the nflcruoou. If not fold on or before the twentieth day of Junna - ry next, that property, together with all the rest oi Uie above nieiilii.iicd ppjierty will be exposed to sale by auction, nt the 1 online Cotlee Housr, by Messrs. HONES Ac TOWN, on Tuesday, the Until day of February bcxt, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that dav. The teitnt of sale for the house and premi ses No. 3 - 13 Broadway, will be 10 per cent on the day of sale and one thud or the residue on the first of May next at wlcch time a deed w .ll be executed and possession given the remaining two thirds to - be p. - id in 2 annual payments, with interest, from the first of May, sc - sured by a bond and mortgage on the premises. Terms of sale for the of the property will be 10 per cent on tip day of sale, 1 - 3 of the residue on tholelivery of the deeds, which willbe about 10 days alter the sale, and the remaining two thirds iu 2 equal annual payments, with interest from the date of the deeds, secured by a bond and mortgage on the premises the purchasers are to receivr the rents of such prts of the property as are piuit - lease Irons the 1st ol r ebruary next. f - . . it o'licr ii. (urination and pai ticularly in ii'ljti..n io the title of all the above property, appiv to iX S. JONES, esq. at bis office 44 Pine - street, where the title deeds, and maps oi the property may be seen. .ll A tltt A Krl JU.sLS, J m MALTBY GE LSTON, J Exec'rs. MARY GELS ION. S dec 33 eodtdi FOR SALE, RF.At. PAOPF.RT Y IS THK CITY OP srlW - TORK. A BRICK HOUSE and Lot No. II Bowerv STABLE in the rear loeeOi - er w Hh the LU l , 44 leel iront, 4 lect rear, uu li, leet on each side. HOUSE and LOT No. 37 Veiey - sfreet ; ana House and Lot No. 39 V'esey - strcet. . i,.i,'ii t oaut' , : L' tt.m IOAO ftoll.irt i)u,ii noil invniuAub . - M ilo and do for 7j" no tin unit do for 40 do On valuable property in the city of New - York. The in i crest has always been punctually paid. For particulars imiuue i ine oince oi ..1. ... i i uorvr Sll - riir1 . un iioiai dec 10 tf No. 27 Wall - streeL FOH SAJ,F. tnlfl The houses and lotsiVos. 101 and 163 W ilUam - ttreet. If not deposed of at private ale, previous to the 2olh instant, they will oo that day boerd lor tale, by auction, at the Toutine Coffee House. For further particulars apply at .o. "I l I'uane - street. jan 7 U TL STORAGE. nZJj storage may be had on the first floor of the store So. 59 South - street, which will save the expense of hoisting. Ore CI A STOHK H AS! El), V.ill O" House and Store io Broadway, between Maiden - lane and Wall - street Pent will be made secure Apply at No. 4 Cnartlandt - itreet. Jan 14 t Bank tAmeric..thc. 20, 17. Notice is htfi l.j giv.i. to the Sl.'l holders cf the Hank of Ann rii a, tiat adjvuitfid or two dollars and fifty rtnls r. n shaix, lor six months, ending on the 31sl will bv paid at the Bank, ou Friday, thi - 1A Ju.u..ry utxt. By order ol the luarrt if Direction. GEO NEW BOLD, Cashier. . dec 20 1m P11E.MX liA.SK. . A dividend i,', three percent, has heea this day declared on the stock of this Panit, payable on the 2d January next. The transfer bocks will be closed on the 24th mstaot. By order of the Board o Directors, dec 20 D. 1. GUEF.NE, Cashier. f7 - 'Ml PATRICK DILLON, wholntTra - lee, in the Coui.ty of Kerry, Ireland, in the year IB03, will transmit Mrs. Vitil.erry, of 1 r.die, bit address, it will be a particular Adrabtage to both parties." Tialie, Octofx. - r. 1815. The above is inserted at the tequest of Mr. Dillon's niends. Any communication on the subject will be uikl'ully received und transmitted by i'er. 16 BENJ'N. W. IIOGKBS f CO. NUllCE. iCj - Public notice is hereby eiv n that the suhscriliert intend to apply to the Legislature of the state i'f New - York, at their next session, for an Act of Incorporate, incori - , ratii n tnd their aS''t - iates by the naum and styh .of the rranxiin Insurance Company with a capital or Five Hiiiiiuid Thouand Dollars, lor the r.urpo - tet ol making nil kinds of insurance aguinrl fire, and on a lite or lives, and also on the inland trans - portutioa ol'goods, wares i.nd nierclmniti;.e. ti l r,rri. lllliLI, BE.sJ. L. SWAN, ELIrlJA l ib BITS, dec 4 tf JOHN ADAM. NOTICE. ffr The undeitw ed eive notice, that thesr intend to apply ' to the L sulatuie .of this state,. ai incir next session, ki mi mi to iui ui.i ram ttiunifclvi s and their associates into a cmpiiiy, in the city of New - York, under the stjle of The North River Steam Boat Compsiiy," with a capital of tix hundred fhoutnnd dollars, for the purpose of navigating with Strain Uit the wuters of. the North River. Dated the 2M day of Dcccml er. 1817. jLUvtAitij r. i iviaio i ui, ROBERT L. LIVINGSTON, 'CHAS. AUG. DALE, V. LYNCH, Junr. dec 22 dCw NOTICE. 07" The Tacifir Imuran! e Company of New - York hate this Cay declared a Dividend nl twelve percent on the cupital Stock, pa) able at their cfli - e, No. 4'J Wnll - itreel, ii the 19Uj instant By order ef (lip Hoard of Directors. Jim 5 lm WALTER R. JONES, Sec. NO I ICE. fx' The subscriber, in behall of himself and his associate", gives notice, that au applicatiou will be made to the honorable the legislature of this slate, at its nrit sessiou, for an At t to incorporate a Bank with a capital stock of Five Hiui - Qrc J Thousand Dollars, and with leave lo increase it to One Million ; to be locaieJ north east of Beekniaa - tlrcet, in the city of New - York, aud to be called 'The Frsi - Viin Bank of (be city of New. York." . Dated New - York, 16lh Dec. 1817. By order of the Associates, d 30 tf NOaII BROW N, f ee'ry. XLW X OUK LSSUHAXCH CC'.VPaM . 'I'hc president and directors have this day declared adivideudoffive per ccut on the capi Ud stock of th company for tbe last Nx.mwiUii, payable to the slot k holders, or tt eir legal repre - ientatives, oii'und after th 12th intlaiit, at the olfice, No. 34 Wall - street. jan 5 lm . C. G.SH1PMAN, tee'ry. "NATIONAL 1NSLKANCE COMPANY. The President and Directors of the National Insurance Company, have this day declared a dividend Ol' fifteen per cent on their capital stock, furtiieir last six months, pnyable to the stock holders, or their legal rep - esenlatives, on and after Thursday the 15th int. - jan 5 tFehl JOHN J. JONES. Secr'y t.ugte Fire Company nf jiu - iork. . NO'I ICE ii hereby given that a dividend for the last tix mouths of four and a half pet cent, on the cppilal Stot k, of this Couipuny baa been declared, mid will be paid to the Stockbol dertonjJie ljinii;si. Jan 5 lm JOHN D. METER. Fee. NEW - YORK H HEMES' INSURANCE. COMPANY. The Capital Sloe k of the Company hv - inx by a new subFcriptinu been reinstated to the full sum of Ftre hundred thouimid Oollart which it amply secured, are now ready to receive applications for Fir r.nd Vartne Insurance at their Office No. 56 Wall sheet. The OfJice solicits the patronage of the public in the confidence that adeqaule protection will I offorded to tl.enssur, f d and all losses be promptly adjusted. By or - , der of Hi board of Directors, Jan 6 1m WM. M'NEAL, SecVr. NEW PUBLICATIONS. 1 UST PuhlUbed and for sale by ELI AS VAL - ,j EN TINE, 104 Broadway, (3d door below Pine - ttreet) Forsyth's Remarks on Autiqoities, Arts and Letters of Italy, NuncrodtS) Abridgement of Or lii 1I on I'uiton. . The Hern, or the adventures of a Night The V bite Cottsgt, Balianee of Comfort I'hc Itiucraut or Memoirs of an Actor, 2d part 3 vis.. The Kr.ight of St. Johns," by Miss Porter. Letters trotn Ore Sooth, lull's Travels in Egypt and beyond the Cataracts. Also will be published in a few days, a Print of Mr. 1'HiLirrs, in th character ia CArr. Bki.oark, engraved by Gimhrede. Jan 13 tf 1NI I I VIABLE JJtCOrt.KV. HEALTH preterved aud restored witliout .Vcdirineor Quackery, which ol tea destroys the delicate constitution and dcbilitMet ths strong Colds bring on the most alarming djsordeo, with llmse torturinr rheumatic pains, lumbago, gout, &c. wliiih all the faculty have not leen able to eradicate. To prevent is better thmi to cure. R. YKO 1ms prepared (from a receipt of a very eminent tihysician) leather (of which ha makes shirts) of th most vital ami nutritious quality, which will prevent all the above men tiooed complaints. They produce au anima. heat to the body, which cannot be obtained from) flannel, patent fleecy hosiery,' or lamb's wool they absorb all j ertpiralton, and resist all the humidity that injures th human frame they are wft and pleasant lo wear and do Dot products that irritability that is so unpleasant in flannaL Those who have favored him with their orders have declared thur astonishment at the benefit derived from tiiem. To l had of RICU'D. YEO, breccliet maker and leather dresser, 16j Walrr - slrcet ; where alio may be had leather imnUloons, doe skin rests, all kinds of gloves and Oiiltcns of the best quality, wholesale aod retail, at the shortest notice. dec 31 lm SS'The HOUSE aud OFFICE. Nos. 23 and ti Pifie - atreet. For tmrticulara enaiiin at the office No - 5 Pinw - strert. Jnn 14 lw FO IX SALK, The modern bui'. basement story noose. ,o. ou ci.amrier - streei, roityyeorfy jumuhed. Tbe luruiture is new aud fasliimable and will be sold at a Urge reduction Iron cost, together with the boue, or arpirately a anay 'suit the purchaser. For terms, apply oa the pixmisef which may be viewed from 1 1 until 3 olock. Jan lt lw -

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