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SALE JIT THE SHlf - XMiw ur rii" SUUSCiuucn, , ti nop nw hnililin? of uis nesl A OlAVi , mv" cf ... . - i - .k.i inn iuis - timbers ol live I .. i - - .I - orlar - bottom plauK jTSehite' oak, built on purpose for the Alba - y trade. gj Qop rf calcnlatej for LC any trade where dispatch.; burthen, and draft of water is required. HPHOONER. of 40 tons, .will draw bat little water, with a lee - ivr.l throurh the centre of her keel, ud is expected torul rerj r fart. ' Also, a om " . - . ,,. V for a Livcrpooa or London trader, (that t..;ch.l ta suit the purchaser.) WSC. - ij.d Plank. Also, Umber Mv,ad to billsVor bggag - KQWBgE. " f cw yritrfii or Charter XjB: The brig AMERICAN, burthen 200 Mtoni, wilt fast, is well found and can be sfSTtJiea immediately. This brig is one year - old, was built of the best materials and was employed the last year as a packet between this 1 port and Savannah, lies at Murry's wharf Ap - SV to GR1SWOLDS ft COATES, ' V 7dee 15 , 63 Sonth - st . ' For SALE, wfl The Teryfast sailing sloop PARA - MuC.OS, Child, master burthen 66 tons, MMriionwn. tConn. bv Mr.Tlio - nas Child, of the best materials, has made one voyage to the West Indies, is one year oia, ma can be sent to sea immediately. For terms apply to the master, on board at Burlin - slip, or to CRISWOLUS Sc COATES. dec 13 68 South - street. 'or SALE. 44l The new anil fast sailing brig FAME. U'iVi.,,;it ..fid h. - tt seasoned timber, and faithfully put together, her rigging - and sails ... rv,...tint niiil'itu. this vessel is veil calculated for a Southern Packet, having hand, some accommodations. For terms and a view of her inventory, apply to GlilaWOLDS k COATES, dec 15 68 South - street. ror Hale, Freight or Charter, The rxeellent bri RISING SUN, 2 y Wni XaniiMv master, burthen one hun dred and five ton, will stow about 900 barrels, turn iimail rtlil ...ll. f.i Bml ran hp Srnt tO SCS immediately Apply to tho cap'.aia on board at the lout ol liarrison - slrcct, or to ' JOHN BYERS. Who hnt for N, J500 bbls ground plaster of Palis 600 tons Nova Scotia platter , 140 do French - do in lots to snit pur char. Apolv as above. dec 11 tf 1,'ur Hale, Height or Charier, The ship MIRROR, 320 tons bur. .then, is a good vewel, 2 years old, stows about J2tX) bbls. and tails fast. Apply ou board, west side Burling slip. or to tf.L.&G.GRISWOLD, iaiio ... B&South - t AY.xrA air 'Aarrr. XI.. rmn.1 shin RHIU.I ANT. J. mad or. 110 tnn hurthan. 1 years old, in complete orqer to recede a car - go, and is in every respect a fine vessel. Ap - ply Oil DOani, west IUC nurwiiip, ur w. . . N. I il G. GMSWOLD, . jan 8 86 South street. WAN I ED, A" British bris of about 200 tons, to ,load for a ort in England or Scotland Apply to (JAMI3Eli.LK.Mi SI rEARSU.V. doc 6 67South - st for olc, FrttgfU or Charter, The staunch rood thip ANGELICA .270 tons burthen, one year old, sheath cd and hi complete order to receive a cargo, stows about 2300 bbls. a very last sailing ship, has large accommodations lor passenger, and well calculated for the New - Orleans trade Ap ply to ft. Li. tl u. lilUHWObD, f dec 4 B6 Sonth - st. H anttdto Charter. A good SLOOP or SCHOONER, that will earn about 500 barrels for a voyage to Bermuda i immediate dispatch Will be given. Apply to TUCKER & LAURIES. jan 3 29 Sotkh - stfegf. run FREIGHT 0a CBAKTIH, The schr FAVORITE. H. H. Fisher master, (vine 1st wharf aiwve Iover - st, buriliinll00harrels.il months old. Philadel phia built, now ready to receive a cargo. Apply to the Caiitainon board, or at 9i C. H. slip, to - ianS DIVIK BETHUNE & CO. . 'or Freight or Charter, viiyy The substantial bri? EUNICE, How, JSwfc master, of 195 tons, 12 mouths old, a superior vessel aut! ready to receive a cargo. Apply at 67 South - street, to jan 5 CAMKRELENG ft PEARSON. For Hale, Freight or Charter, vtt The schr. POLLY fc SALLY, of iaai?hiladel '.hia, burthen 120tons, twelve montJis oid, csrries 1100 bbls. is a fast sailer, in excclUnt order, and now readv to receive Cai - go. Apply on board at MurraVwharf, or to . K. fi O. TALCOTT, jan? ' 64 .South - street An. b'rfitrhl nw f ihWm l . The fine ship FOSTER, burthen 350 ... .......... bartons, ia in complete order, tor anv vov. age ami ready for t,he reception of cargo. Apply to captain Moran, on board, or to jan 7 W. ft SAM. CRAIG. for Freight or Charter, The staunrh. nht - inl'ial .hit. HPTTVi 1MOM) rnl R 0,.i, l. b,ii k. to rettivs a cargo in a few days For terms ap - ooaru, at ner .o. 1 1, or to '. , WALSH ft GALLAGHER, . Jan3 66 South - st. For Jtaie, freight or Charter, The Food fast sailing - bri? NYMPH. ,157 touj burthen, in comulete order to receive a cargo, may be sent to sea without delay. Apply on board, east Fly - market wharf, "to - N. L. & G. GR1SWOLD, J0 3 C8 Sonth - st For An, Freight or Charter, Tha .kin rov k..i. oarwi kKi. :. ' y . - - - . . viu mm ,a - - Verv t milm' vaiut. ami in pnrul nr. 4er to receive a cargo, .ipply to N. L. ft G. GRIsWOLD, J" 8 . - 80 South - st For Sate, Frriehtor Ciarter. A new pilot host built SCHOONER, ii fX) Inn. k..l. k..:if 1m. k. - - WUI .iii.il, milll 111 VI manner, of (rood materials, and copper fasjen - d, a very fast sailing vessel, and may be sent to sea with small expence. Apply on board, t Rurling - slip, or to J"8 f N. L. ft C. C.RISWOLD. rff - for Freight or Chitrlrr, VH) The fast sailing brig LOUI3?:E - Jee, apj i now In readiness to receive a cargo. FOR t - r ft ironi oi tne siioscTirter s store. . G. U. ft S. HOWUND, JM?3 77 WashingtoB - st. Jan IS For WASHINGTON, JV. C. The schooner EAGLE, Russell, lying in Peck - slip ; will sail first fair wiid For Ireight or passage, apply on board, or to , li.Sl Kit W. L A V 1 UtW 01 KsJ. Jan 15 For SAVANNAH, . The fine and fast sailing packet brig LEVANT. D. Wood, master : having part of her freight engaged, will - meet with immediate dispatch. For freight or passage, apply on board at Murray's - wharf, or to jan 15 lw 136 Front - street. For NUrV - OliLlCANS, (Intended for a regular trader) The fine copper and copper - fastened brig CHARLES, capt. Wibray, will positively sail on the 24th insL For fre ight or passage, ap ply on board at pier no. 12, east side Old - slip, or to M'CKEA. it jan 15 lw No. 41 South - st. For AMSTERDAM, ThaPHRISTnPHF.il ftORE.catt. nderson. Havine a ereat part of her cargo engaged, will meet with quick dispatch For freight or passage, having very handsome accommodations, apply to JOHN ABM. WILL1NK. tu. Jan 15 lw 73 Washington - st. ' For Freight or Charter, M The fine ship DRUMMOND, capt. i'H. Quarles, burthen 3000 bbls; is now ready to receive a cargo, and will take freight for any part of Europe. Apply on board, at pier no. 17, Fly - Market slip, or4o WALSH UALL.AU litre, jan 13 666outh - st. Fur ST. THOMAS, 4f The fast railing schr G REYI10UND, tT?Siin..iB mfu,i.P. Havine: the ereater part ot her freight engaged, for the remainder or passage, apply on board, east tide of C. II. slip, or to F. W. KARTHAUS, REINICKE ft CO. jan 13 74 Washingten - st. For DUBLIN, .t4J The substantial fast sailing ship iZ5 NEPTUNE. R. Field, master; will commence loading on Monday, having nearly the whole of her cargo ready to go on board, will be ditojtched wuhout delay. For freight of about 250 casks flaxseed, cotton, or cabin mil steerage passage, having excellent accommodations, apply to THUS. S. WALSH, dec 13 118 Front - street tor CHARLESTON, ,. Tda n.ar fnit mtinf srkooncr I Ui - tV.TIK. S. Hoyt, master, will positively s:til in all next week For freight or passage. having superior accommodations, apply on board east side Burling slip, or to jan 9 SAUL ALLEY. 98 Pine - st. IT1LOUR, COTTON, &c 150 bbls Philadelphia flour 21 bales upland cotton, new crop ' 8 do New - Orleans do do 5 tons lignumvitte 15 tubs German steel 2 pipes red port wine . 11 hhd do do do 5 hhcls white do do 3 qr. casks do do ia 1 hhd Madeira wine tl qr. casks do do , . 37 boxes superior claret (ldoz. each) An invoice of lace vtils, cotton lace, kc. An invoice of Dutch tovs for sal e by " ROBERT GILLESPIE, jan 7 112 Front street. iATUSKETS, TAPES, A:c. 6000 Muskets J l entitled to Debenture 13 boxes well assorted Tapes. No 1 1 to 25 7 ceroons 1st quality Flotant Indigo 4 boxes Flaxen Linoen 3 bbls. White Lead, for sale by . J.C.ZIMMERMAN, Jan 8 1m No. 72 Washington - street. yA . TOBACCO ft FLOUR. O'i hiids new Richmond tobacco 20 do old do do 13 do Petersburg do - 300 bbls Philadelphia superfine flour Landing from, brig Rising Sun, and schrs In - ilian Hunter, Sea Lion, and Brothers For ?aleby EOORVIAN ft JOHNSTON. Also, in store 500 bbls superfine Richmond Hour ; zuu do t'etersriiirg do. dec 27 DHOT, WHITE LEA U, tic. A few tons J Fa tent Shot, from BB to 10 A few casks Dry White Lead 3 tons best do. in oil, in 20 ft 561b. kegs 25 casks best Red Lead 26 rolls Sheet do. 10 bhds Paris White, of a superior quality 4 casks Yellow Ochre, drv Red, Yellow and Black Faints, in kegs of 1 cwi. eacn A few casks Fig. Blue rtliiok Varnish in kees of 4 eallons each Window Glass 7 by 9, 8 by 10, 11 by 9, and li ny iu lor sai ny ATKINSONS ft FLEMING, dec 22 1m 167 Pearl - street LU E GOt ) lt, 4ic 17 bales company Oiue tJ iMamoorties, tine qual. 4 bales Coin pany blue Baftas, do 17 do India Calicoes, sup. Qu.il and new pat tern, selected particularly for this market, just reed per snip India, tor suie ny P. RBMSEN ft CO, jan 3 Y6Smith - trent. I S I l il t V 1 u,.lll.u,..lru'.r.l..,ul will . II . . win 1 1. i ... i... " ." v - tinue to transact Commission business in his own name. arc oi RICHMOND TOBACCO & FLOUR. 628 bbls. Richmond sunf. Flour 37 bhds prime new crop Richmond, princi pally Inrtre and lenfv, now landing from schr I'homas, and in store, for tale bv Jan 6 BOORM AN ft JOHNSTON. DOMESTIC ft OTHER WARES. THE subscribers keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of the following goods, viz : Dutch and Enelish Gunny Bags, &c. Popes Heads Crumb Brushes Brooms Duster, or Counter Brushes Hearth Brushes, fan Bellows, fancy and common cy and common Do for Blacksmiths I I - 1 1 L 1 ' . J. Mead do do do Cloth' do do do Weavers do White Wash do Shoe ft Scrubbing do Paint Brashes and Sash Tools Clamps, 4, 7, 8 row Furniture Brushes Horse do Bed Cords, Clothes Lines Sash Cords, Trace Rope Wrought and Cut Nails and Brads il ail ann r.nirjr .uuu rails and J nos WhefWBarrows Fine Wire Sieves Do Hair do . Whips of every de scription Seine, sewinc wrap ping, baleing and ball j wine Fish Lines Shoe ft haulers Thread Dearborn's Ballaa - ces Which they will sell wholesale or retail oo li beral terms. CEBRA ft CUMING, jan 5. 76 I'earl - ttrcet. CtEINE TWINE - 5000 lbs. India Twine O 3U00 do English Seine do or" superior quality - Also, a gefieral assortment of other Twine, and hit trfwdage, u qvantmes to sqit purrhnsers, for sate by ILtlftA il t U Mi xti, 76 P sari - street piOTTON YARN. The COMMISSION COM FAR Y, 14B rearl - strcct, have now I tale, most Nos. of Cotton Yarn, from No. 4 30. jan 8 ODOR OF ROSES. A FEW pound bottle of Odor of Roses, just received from Smyrna, and for sale by dec 22 ROBERT LENOX. CO ! TON. TWENTY bales Prime Upland Cotton, for sale at 35 Pk - slip, by R. & C. W. DAVENPORT ft CO. Jan B SHINGLES &c 100,000 22 inch Shingles, 1 1,000 W. O. Barrrl Staves, for sale by R. ft C. W. DAVENPORT tl CO. Jan 6 ... rpOBACCO ft FLOUR. Landing this day A. from the schooners Rolls and Weymouth, 26 hhds. prime old, and ToBACC0 53 do. new 105 barrels superfine Flour . , Irr Stork, 100 hhds. old Richmond ft Petersburg tobacco 500 kecs of 1st ft 2d quality manufactured do. various brands for sale by iiivii' BL'TUimr i' rn jan 7 92 Coffee - house - slip. W HI I E LEAD IN OIL. 400 kegs ol White Lead, ground in oil. 23 lbs. each, landing from ship Caroline Ann, from Liverpool, r i i i tiiriD DPTmrvp v. er lor sale oy Liric or. i iiu.t. ol v w. jan 7 jio. wz uoiiet! - nouse - siip. UPHOLSTERY 4 tierces best black curled Horse Hair 1 case best Satin Horse Hair Seating, and Thread Tickling, just received per Lorenzo, from London, and for sal by JIUKU N. CLVV ALL, jan 7 65 South - street. O STARCH. NE Hundred and Sixtv. kees Philadelphia Slarch, landing Irom schr. Fair Trader, at Old - slip, for sale by jan 5 75 Wall - street. hMMuO, JbUUAUS, Ac. DOO bags Benares and Raduagore Sugars, the latter very superior quality, hard grained, worthy the attention of retailers 17 cases Bengal Indigo 4200 Goat Skins, large size and fine quality, just ree'd per ship India, for sale hy jan 3 26 South - street. I FLANNELS, PINS, &c. A few bales as - . sorted flanuels, white, red and yellow Do fine and superfine while do. very wide Green table covers, from 5 qr. to 8 by 10 Men and womeu's cotton stockings Do do - white sjlk "do A few cases Loudon mixtpius, in 1 - 2 ft 3 - 4 lb Do pack pins, 3 1 - 2, 4, 4 1 - 2 and 5 1 case mourning pins, 1 do short white do White chapel needles, assorted, No. 1 to 10 1 case Itoolis and eyes 1 do bra - s and steel top thimbles Brass and card wire For sale by ATKINSONS ft FLEMING, dec 22 1m .167 Pearl - st. .TRAITS BRANDY. riMVENTY five pipes Cette Brandy, for sale X by 'IJIlAS. L. In'JJbA, w ABR. OGDEN, Jan 9 Wailiiog ton - street. .1 Com - Fan Wanted. WANTED immediately, a corn - fan ; a second hand one will answer. A pply to TUCKER ft LAURIE5, Jan 20 29 South - street 250 TURPENTINE. bbls soft turpentine, afloat, and for sale by R. ft C. W. DAVENPORT ft CO. jan 12 . 7 LOUR, TOBACCO ft FLAXSEED 860 JL bbls Fredericksburg flour 24 half tierces flaxseed 14 hhds prime leaf tobacco, received per schrs. Wis, ft Henry and Virginia For sale by jar7 . WALSH ft GALLAGHER. UKK I S nhd FOWLING PlhCES, enU - i.V L tlcl lo d. l nture. 13 cases British Muskets, with bayonets and mhharri c rmnlete. 5 dodo Fowling Pieces Just received per Carolina Ann, from Liverpool, tor sale hy jan 9 P R EMS EN ft CO. 26 South - t. w f l H1CE. I allFi; arrai nririiA now rim. rprftiVfid PCf snip uadius irom t .narieston. ana tor saic ny nL"nniTvi r. ft . ma 1 . 1 r 1. 1 i;. itCi num. vui jan 10 02 Coflc - Houe slip. I'M, ftc 2 hhds. old Jamaica Rum ; 10 XV bags sup. Calcutta Sugar, landing from - sloop Satellite, and tor sale by G. W. TALBOT, jan 10 55 Pine street 13 I'M & CHOCOLATE 50 bis. 1st. proof ll New Rum 30 boxes HilVi Boston Chocolate Xo. 1 For sale by JACKSON ft WOOLLEY, jan 13 75 Wall - street 7 T A DEI R A WINE London particular Ma. ivJL deira wine of the most approved brands, in pipes, hhds. and quarter casta, fit for immediate use and well worth the attention of private families Will he sold at rer - sonable prices, and in quantities to suit purchasers, by TUCKER ft LAURIES, jan 9 . 29 South - st. T7LOUR if TOBACCOl 150 bbls Flour. r branded (Richmond Mill's) 200 do Petersburg do - 7 hhds Old IfHf Tobacco 50 kegs Manufactured do. branded 41 1 ft P Labby," lanilinz from the sloops BroUitrs and Juliet, and tor sale by WALSH ft GALLAGHER, jan 6 66 South - street CALCUTTA GOODS. "" R hundfVNl hula rnni1insr of I J Bait as. I.urkioore. Chitlabul v. Callinattr and Putka. Cossahs, Chaudpore, Comocolly, Johanna and L.ucaipore. Sannnlis Jellnlpore and Mow. Checks Cillahs, Rumals, ftc for sale by CHS. L. OGDEN and ABRM OGDEN, jan 9 Washington - street. COTTON - 9 bales first Duality Upland Cot - ton, landing, and for sale hy fcAUL ALLEY, 98 Pine - street. IN STORE, 32 bales Sea - Island Cotton. Apply as above. Jan 9 1 slit FLOUR. JL aU J bbls. superfine flour, received per schr Ceres from Kichmond, now landing and lor sale by DIVIE BETHUNE ft CO. jnn 14 92 Coffee - House slip. . As - A NO LOCihH. TWENTY - FIVE bags of very superior qua lily Island cocoa, tor sale by TUCKER ft LAURIES, Jan 2 29 South - st. j7ENTUCKY T0BACCO. - 6 hhds. Kcn - IV tucky tobacco, suilahlp ror manufacturing, lor saV by N. D. TALCOTT. jan 7 . ' ''LASsLS, tic H tiliils. njolasses, new ivJ crop 3 ro. Cocoa Nuts landing from brig .Mary, from Havana, for sale ' y av a. w - ess a aanrsn n. v. u i i , Jan 14 64 bouUistmt t7TNE.T)IL. PAPER, ftc. 130 or. V V and 200 half do drv Maluca Wine 5 qr csks and 20 half do sweet do very old 158 do Coliuennr ro 300 half cj.ests Sweet Oil, 30 betties each 100 boxes do do 12 bottles each 50 bales Italian foolscap and letter Paper 0 do GSfctte do large size 9 cases Fe t Hats ' 15 casts Li qu orice Paste 1 box Ostrich Featliers, 1 do Chip Hats 3 do Minna in flakes Marbia Slabs, veined and statuary, assorted sizes, lor pier tables, ftc. A few boxes very superior Anchovies and Olives 600 Marble Mortars, from 10 to 24 inch 10 bbls Furs, consisting nf Wildcat, Raccoon, Fox, Muskrat, and Otter Skins ' Guooy Lacs, ftc For sale hy CHAS. L. OGDEN, and ABR. OGDEN, jan 12 i Washington - street. PLASTER uF PARIS. 4 CONSTANT supply of ground plaster of il nansk.m barrels, suitable for the southern market. Orders left with Walter Nexsen, No. 174 Front - street, corner of Burling - slip, will be promptly attended to. i JOHN1 BY EKs, Foot of Harrison - street, North - River. Jan 19 tf Kf CHEESE. ojjj cask's in handsome order for shipping, forsaleby JNO. CODDINGTO.N, Jan 19 St No. 78 bouth - st. COTTON New crop, prime, suitable lor manufacturing, will be sold in parcels to ac commodate purchasers. Also, aiKW bales ol old crop. Lnquire 140 Pearl - street, up stairs. jan 8 SOUCHONG it KAMPOY TEAS, in boxes and cannisters, 33 and 24 lbs each, entitled CAjM B RELENG ft;PEARSO V jan 5 rpOBACCO 2tf hhds new crop Tobacco, of X excellent quality, JaDdmg Irom schr. Uoiia, from Richmond, for sale by ii ur'MiiTvr c. rn Jan 6 92 Coffee House - slip. COFFEE. TWO Hundred and Seventy baes St. Domin X eo Coffee, received per srhr. Spartan, for sfle by LE ROY, BAYARD ft CO. Jan 0 sr COt FEE, SUGAR and INDIGO. 4 O bbls. and 20 bags fine sreen Coffee 33 hhds, 1 tierce and 4 bbls Muscovado Sugar 41 cerooosCaraccas Indigo Lnnninir from the schr. Grevhcund. from St. Thomas, lor sale by r. v. KAKiMAua, nt.i.MtaciKiUi ian 3 74 Washineton street. BENGAL I.MDIGO 7 cases 1st quality, en tilled to debenture, for salt - by JACKSON ft WOOLLEY, Jan 15 "5 Wall - street. ' COT'lON. J o f bales prime Upland cotton, landing from sch. South - Carolina for sale by S. ALLKY, dec 13 ' 98 Pine - st BOURBON COFFEE, ENGLISH CIIEEskj 50 Bales Bourbon coffee, of superior quality, for lamilv use 45 double Gloucester cheese;, in fine order ana Choice quality 50 casks Hibberl'j best double brown stout 100 baikets fresh olive oil, 1 dozen, each, large bottles 125 boxes fresh muscatel raisins 25 bales do soft shelled almonds, of fine qualify. For sale, with their usual assortment of Wines, Liquors, 1 cat, ftc. on reasonable terms, by A. BLMNtiERft SON, 12 Maiden Lane. ALSO, . Gunpowder Tea, of superior quality, the Hun tress' cargo. Jan 15 lw C1KDAR TIMBER. 46 logs nf large Cedar Timber, suitable foi ship building, for sale DAMEL OA'KEY, Jan 16 lw 51 William street. BROWiN SHIRTINGS. A lew cases 3 - 4 Brown Shirting. received and for sale by the COMMISSION COMPANY, jan 13 14tf Pearl - street. (JEATlD.KS Rusia Feathers, of gooj qiial - V ity, in quantities to suit purchasers, at No. 44 South - street. Jan 15 tREMI RAIslNs 3W boxes Bloom Raisins ' in fine order, just received and for sale by G. M. WILSON, Jan 15 130 Water - street 200 WINE ft WHITE L.EAU. nr casks old Sherry wine 29 caks white lead, dry For sale by JAMES G. KING ft CO. Jan 20 " 61 Pine - st. THE LAST NOTICE. To those who are owing arrears of taxes, to the corporation of the citj and couoly of New - York : Oy - Tlie time limited for the payment thereof expired on tne 1st lost, sua s am nuw cug.uivu in making a return of such property as remains delinquent, preparatory to the advertisement and sale thereol for the payment of said Taxes, and such other sums as may be required to meet the expenses of such sale, which will take place when completed. I am diietted to receive all arrears which may be offered, prior to the completion ol in above named return and will attind at thisoffice dai Iv from 10 to 2 o'clock, until that period. T. W. GILBERT, Collector. Collector's Office, No. 2 City Hall,) January 15, 1818. S Jan 16 lm BOARDING ft LODGING. . A GENTEEL family, or two or three gentle men. can be accommodated with boardini and lodsrinir in a warm pleasant situation, a short distance from the Coffee House. Two of the rooms communicate with folding doors, and are very convenient for a family ; the others have all fireplace, and very warm. The terms will be very moderate. A line addressed to G. S. Q. and left at this office will be immediately attended to. Jan 19 lwt MECHANIC HALL. On Monday Evening, 19th January, 1318. MR. .VTWNISLAS, member of the Academy of Arts at Paris, and other Philoso phical Institutions in Europe, having arrived lately from France, with a rich and interesting collection or Philosophical ana mecnanicsi ap - paralas, which for ingenuity and invention surpasses every thing of the kind hitherto seen in this city, will on this evening surprise and astonish the eolisitened citlsens, by several experiments in Philosophy. Mechanism, and on Hydro - fen and Oxisen Gas. en the system of the ccle - brated Dr. f ranklin, ror tne particulars m which. ee bi'.lsftf the day. llr. Stanislas does not feel inclined to make use of the mean artifice of pretenders to 0e professioa, by pompous advertisements, calculated alone to impof e upon the snultituJe but to a discriminating public. her need but once witness his snrpnsmg talents to be convinced of the superiority he claims over all tho?e who have hitherto visited the city of New - York. " . . Tickets ene dollar children hail price, to oe had at Mie bar. The performance will be coo - tinuad every evening in Uie week with variations, and cornnifTW.e precisely at o'clock. NOIICE. fjy AH persons having demands against the estate of tlie late Thomas Cooper, deceased, are requested to present the same. And all per sons indebted to the said estate are requested to make payment to the subscriber. 1 II lit A WW CWinTIWOIfP Jan 10 1m Administratrix. lire vicuiivii vi ..iu u.. u, nre requeued to meet at the office of Mr. Blake, Va 1 I nui l)l.;t,lsn. vn ll.o ir.lk Afft.is n.nnlri nvi u uun svauaiig7 ) uic iiii vs ant uiuu 1 "f at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of proving tnrir accounts. Jan 6 eod5t lllCEftTOBACCO. - 150 tierces prime new 11 Kice 13 hhds Kentucky Tobacco, 26 bhds old and 5'J do new Virginia do Now landing from different vessels, for sale by t jan 12 DIVIE BETHUNEft CO. NOTICE, THE co - partnership heretofore existing between the subscribers, under the firm of buekley ft AObatt, is this dav dissolved, bv mu tual content. The affairs of the concern will be settled by Thomas Buckley, 153 South - street aew - norit, 1st mo. in, iiu. THOMAS BUCKLEY, ROBT. ABBATT, jun. THOMAS BUCKLEY, havine taken his son JOHN LAWRENCE BUCKLEY, into co partnership, the Commission business will be continued on their account, under the firm of THOMAS BUCKLEY ft SON. I mo 14 1m JUaT PUBLISHED. rpHIS day is published and for sale by ELI AS JL VALL.VJ 1NL, No. 1U4 Broadwiiv, third door below Pine - street a print of Mr. Philipps, in tne character oi Lapt. tteidare, engraved ay uimbrene, handsomely coloured and plain. jan i IVl OTICE.. The Copartnership heretolore in this city, under the firm ol' .y existing D'Wolf, Packard it IP Wolf, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Alliiersons having un settled accounts with said firm, are requested to call at 57 r ront - slrect, lor settlement New lork, Dec. 31, IH17. ' JAMES D'WOLF, ISAAC PACKARD, JAMES D'WOLF, Jun. dec 31 600 COPIES OF WRIGHT ft HAWKIS. A TREATISE on, That being Rom Again, SJL. without which no man run be saved ; by Samuel Wright, IJ. D. ; to which is added, the CominuiiicBnt's Spiritual Companion, ornnevan - eelical preparation for the Lord's Supper, by the rtevd. I nomas llaweis. iiiuri'S ol this work in sheets, or by the single one, bound, for tale by U. I.IIAKI T.K&. Circulating Library, 1311 Fulton street. Jan 151m lNDIUEWION Ot SOUR bioM.iCH ISack - iOwledgedby medical writers to be a complaint nl stubborn kind, and at all limtif very difficult o! turf, lhisis stiltK lenlly illns trutcd in the disappointment of Iho'e who unf.T ootely suffer iitidcr it, ri they, for the most part And1 that after haiinc tried iimiy things to little or no purpose, tliey tire at Inst obliged to use (for perhaps tht remainder of life) such articles as can at best but palliate tne disease, turner such circumstances, any medicine capable of rrmo ving the complaint, must 'surely be an article highly deserving the attention of all those who are afflicted with it ; such a combination is to be met with in Dr. MEAIPS ANTI DYSEP TIC or STOMACH PILLS the success of which bai never yet been equalled, for the cure ol dyspepsia, in its most complicated form, such as iocs oi appetite, nausea, heart burn, flatulency, knawing pain in the stomach pain in the tiac, great osiiveneis, paleness in ine countenance, languor, lowness of spirits, pain in the head, virtio or giddiness, ana disturbed sleep Whoever applies these pills in the above uicase, according to the directions, will never be disap pointed, as they have never been once known to fail in producing a radical and permanent cure Tbe useof a single box will convince the most unbelieving of their efficacy. Tliey will mist eDoctuaily remove all sourness of the stomach, not merely hy neutralizing the acid, hut by cor reeling that morbid state of tbe secretions which gives rise to it, and at the tame time will re - ....... In ,k. lok;i:ilA.I . ... nUii.n.hnn 4l.nl BlUIC IV UK Uri'lHiniGU Ulqllll, Ul UI IUVI ...... rone and vigour which is absolutely necessary to tbe well being of the animal economy. To he had at Brook ft Carle's, Pearl - street, at J.C. Morrison's, Greenwich - street, and at Hull ft Bowm - 's 148 Pearl - street, where drug gists and country dealers will be served on libe ral term. C7 Price one dollar per box. d c 24 6w TANNERY FOR SALE. rjO be sold at public auction, on Wednesday, I the 1 Hlh day of February next, in the area of the Exchange Coffee House, in tlie town of boston, at IV o'ciocK at noon, All tlie real estate bclonginc to the Hampshire Leather Manufactory, situate in the town ol Northampton, in the state or .lassacnuieiis. The estate will I sold in four lots, vii : Lot No. 1, containing about 31 ncaes of land, near tlie centre of Hie town of Northampton, on which is erected all those extensive and valuable buildings, lately occupied by the corporation for tanning of leather, with about 300 rats, some of which are very large rnd part of them under cover, in which leather may be handled during the winter ; it is presumed there is not in tlie stale so extensive and valuable an establishment for carrying on the tanning business as this. i particular uescripiiuu oi uie uuiiuings ami pu - viitriges would take up (oo much room for an advertisement. Lot No, 2 contains about 3 acres, situate on the north side olthe county rond, directly opposite to lot No. I, oo which are two dwelling houses, with convenient out buildings, is on high ground, and considered a very delightful, situation. Lot No. 3, containing about four acres of land, situate on the easterly side of Mill River, about two mile from the mee'ing lmue in Northampton, with a valuable mill privilege aod buildi'igs thereon. Lot No. 4 contains about one acre of land, on which is erected a bark mill and bark sheds, situate near Edward's tavtrn, alout 6 miles Irom Northampton, on the Albany road. Any person having an inclination to purrhas. all or any part ol tlie foregoing property, are in vited to examine it. The corporation pledge intmseives to sen in me nignesi inaoer, iriiiR u. - - terminea to close their toucerns. Any in'orma - tion respecting the estates may be oMaiued on application iojusiaii uvriuiu, r - sqinre, .Northampton, or EBENFZER FRANCIS, jan 14 India si rcet,fltn CUJiPOUilON PROPf,iy' . TO U sold at public auction on Friday the 20th February, 181U, at the City Hall, 12 o'clock, Tlx - highly valuable r ak.m now ort.ui.iuu i j Mr. William A. Hardenbrook, about 5 miles from the city, containing together neatly IHty a - cres of land. It will lie sold in lots Irom 5 to 10 acres each, situated oo (he Ctb, 7lh, 8tb, Oth, ft 10th avenues : on the latter stand tlie dwelluit house and out buildings but a short distance from the I Iudon River. This proprrty is worthy the attention ol those who wish to posses handsome country ser.ts ; ss its continuity to the city, commanding views of I... ....a. .1 1 ........ .n .Iuk. ... I.I. oftomeofthe ground, together wiUi an ample sopply of wood, render it one of the most desira - Die opp - cis oi purcnase. A map of the premises may he seen, and fur - ther particulars knows, at the Comptrollers Office, City Hall. Jao 6 dts m MXIRAGE. L2 Storage may be had on tbe first floor of the store No. 29 South - street, which will save the expense ol botstioj. 4css Bank of Anient.,. Dee. 20. 1817. 0" Notice is hereby given to the Stockholders of the Bank of America, that a dividend of two dollars and fifty cents on a share, for six months, ending on tlie 31st inst. will be paid at the Bank, on Friday, the 2d January next. By order ol the Hoard of Directors. GEO NEW HOLD, Cashier. dec 201ro PHEMX BANK. HT3 A dividend of three per cent, has beers this day declared on the stock of this Bank, payable on the 2d January next. The transfer books will be closed on the 24th instant By order of the Board of Directors, dec 20 D. I. G R EEN E, Cashier. ftj - " If PATRICK DILLON, wholeii Tra - Ire, in the County of Kerry, Ireland, in the year 1K03, will transmit Mrs. Fittherry, of Tralee, his address, it will be a particular advantage to both parties." Tralee, October, 1815. The above is inserted at the request of Mr. Dillon's friends. Any communication on the subject will be thankfully received and transmitted by ilac If! RKNJtV. VV. HfltlP.RS kVCt. NOTICE, ft7 Public notice is hereby giv n that the subscribers intend to apply to the Legislature of the slate of New - York, at their next sesiion, for an aci oi incorporation, incorporating them and their associates by' the name and style of the Franklin Insurance Company with a capital of Five Hundred Thousand Dollars, for the purpo ses oi ma King an cinas oi insurance against ore, and on a life or lives, and also on the inland transportation of goods, wares and merchandize. HIJ - .I'lIbN WHITNEY. BE.MJ. L. SWAN, F.LISHA TIBB1TS, dec 4 tf JOHN ADAMS. NOTICE. ftrr The undersigned give notice, that thv intend to apply to the Legislature of this state, at their next session, for an act to incorporate themselves and their arsocinfes into a company, in the city of New - York, under the style of I he North Hiver steam - Boat Company," with a capital of six hundred thousand dollars, for the purpose of naigating with Steam Boats the waters of the North River. Dated tlie 22d) day of December 1817. f.UrVAKU 1'. LIVlUSIUiM. 1 ROBERT L. LIVINGSTON, . CHAS. AUG. HALE, D. LYNCH, Juur. dec 22 i . (Mw NO l ICE. 07" Tbe Pacific Insurance Company of New - York have this day declared a Dividend of twelve percent, on tha capital Stock, payable at their office, No. 49 Wnll - jtrect, on tlie 19U instant By order of Uie Hoard of Directors. Jan 5 lin WALTER It. JONES, Sec NOTICE. QT3 The Subscriber, in behall of himself and his associates, gives notice, that an application will be made to (he honorable the legislature of this slate, at its next session, for an Act to incorporate a Bank witb a capital stock of Five Hun - iltcd Thou. - and Dollars, and with leave to increase it to One Million ; to be located north, east of fieekuian - slreet, in the city of New - York, and to be culled " The Franklin Bank of the city of New - Yoik." Dated New - York, 16th Dec. 1817., ; By ordor of the Associate, ' ' dec 30 tf NOAH BKOWN, PecVy. NEW i ORN lASUJiANLE WMP.iNt, The president and directors have this day declared a dividend of five per cent on the capital stock of the company for the last six months, payable to the stockholders, or their legal representatives, nn and after the ISth instant ,at the olfice, No. 34 Wall - street jan 5 1m C. G. SIIIPM A N, see'ry. NATIONAL IXSURAiVCK COMPANY.: The President ami Directors of the Nation al Insurance Company, have this c'ay declared a diyi iend of fifteen per cent on Uicir capital stock, for their last six months, payable to tile lock holders, or their legal representatives. on and atler I hursdav Uie lath mat . . jan 5 tFchl JOHN J. JONES, Secr'y , F.aele Fire Company if Aesc - l'er. NOTICE ts hereby given that a dividend for the last six months of fonr and a half iirr cent on the capital Stock, of this Company has been declared, and will be paid to the blockuol dersonthe I5tbinst. Jan 5 1m JOHN D. METER. Sec. AEtV - YOKR FIR EM KM INSURANCE COMPANY. Ttfr The Capital Stock of the Company hav ing by a new subscription been reinstated to tiie full sum of fire hunarcd thoutand Dollar! which is amply secured, are now ready to receive ap plications for Fire 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 the assur ed and all losses be promptly adjusted. By order of the board of Directors, i - Jan 6 Ira WM. M'NEAL, See'ry. NEW PUBLICATIONS. TUST Published and for sale by F.LIAS YAL - .1 EN TINE, 104 Broadwav, (3d door Mow Pine - street) Forsyth's Remarks on Antiquities, Arts and Letters of Italy, Nancredea Abridge ment of Orfield on Poison. - The Hero, or the adventaresofa Night . The White Cottage, Ballance of Comfort The Itinerant or Memoirs of an Actor, 2d part 3 vols. The Kr.ight of St. Johns, by Miss Porter. Letters Irum the South. Jegh's '1 ravels in Egypt and beyond the Cataracts. Also will be published in a few days, a Print of Mr. Phii.ifps, in the character of Cap Bet. dark, engraved by Gimbrede. - Jn 13 tf INESTIMABLE DISCOVERY. HEALTH preserved and restored wi .Vedicineor Quackery, which ofter stroys thedlicnt constitution and debili the strong Colih) trin on the most alar disorders, with those torturing rheumatic p' lumbago, gout, ftc. which all the faculty h. not Iweu able to eradicate. To prevent is L ir th:in to cure. ft. 1 EO has prepared (from a receipt of very eminent physician) leather (of which be makes thirta) of the most vital aod nutritious quality, which will prevent all the above men tioued complaints. They produce an auima heat to the body, which cannot be obtained fiooa flannel, patcut fleecy hosiery, or lamb's wool they absorb all perspiration, and resist all the humidity that injures the human frame thy are salt and pleasant to wear and do not produce that irritability that is so unpleasant in flannel. Those who hare favored htm with their order have declared their astonishment at the benefits derived from them. To be had of RICIl'D. YEO, breeches soaker and leather dresser, 165 Water - street ( where also may be had leather pantaloon, doe skin vests, all kinds of gloves ao4 mittens of the best quality, wholesale and retail. at the shortest notice. dec 31 lm ' GENTEEL BOARDING. AGENTLEMAN and his wife, or two singlt gentlemen, may be handsomely accommodated with board and lodging, ruasooabhi terms, by applying at No. 49 Dty - streeU A COACHMAN. - : (Vt - Wants a place as coscbroao, a cokwed mtS, who perfectly anderstands his business, i sober and hoe est and has hved for the last threr year in a respectable private, family ui this city. ApplJ"Vr ab2Q1.

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