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SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 18JG. NUMBER 4873 NO. 42 PINK - STREE1V 0 but . O , oflive plank T A - ioftk. lOCUSl anil veunr , dSrwiiiU oak, built on purpose for the Alba - 0 trade - t ,A . rnlmlfttad for S DUVVi " F and l rbt trad a wrier uispau.u, bturdraftof water is required. srunnNElL. of 40 I tons. n ikii.su. - " ... will draw bat little water, with a thivtti - rh the centre of bar I lee - keeL jjwmi w... - and U expected to sad very iatu .i chip "WOton. calculated r' . , ((bat ?u b finished to uit the purchaser, W, .. . j Alan, tim .V kber mur owe. . r 11. ... . . ry (. - J. a.'.A, A f WlrfP - - - L. . . uinDAD OOA I - - .... hur. k The nip.. ismiwni 'then, is a good vessel, 2 years old, towt "'? ' rSoni nnJ ailn fait Apply on board. T .... inn - vv - ' . . - MWetideBurlmg - slip,orto . N. L. & G. G RISWOLD, 86Soulh - st J" p.. v.. v.f ir Charier. Sv The eood ship BRILLIANT, J. " . tnm hllFthan. 2 AMjsiuecr iwn i " ' years km, in cnmpmc ... - . - - - - ffo, and is in every respect a fine vessel. Ap - ' ply on boarJ, west side Burling - elip, or to 1 N. L. & G. GRISWOLD, . o 86 South street. j For Sale, freight or Charter, Th..lsiinrh mod thin ANGELICA, '.Via tons burthen, one year old, sheath - rm1 - mni.ts nriW to receive a cargo, stows about 2it0) bbls. a very fast ruling ship, lias largo accommc - lations for pasenger, and well calculated for the New - Orleans trade Ap - rf.to N. L. & G. GRISWOLD, 1 itci 86 Soulh - t. Want'.dto Uutrter A god SLOOP or SCHOONER, that will rnrrv about 500 barrels, for a voyge to Bermuda immediate dispatch v, ill be given. Apply to . TUCKKR & LALRIKS, jln 3 29 South - street FOR VRKIGHT OR CHARTKR, Th. arhr FAVORITE. II. H. Fisher .master, fying lit haif alwve Uover - st. iiiiinhurrHli.il mor.liis old. Fhiladel burthen 1 pbii built, now rcadv to rective a i arei. Apply toilieJaiUinoii board, or at 94 C. H. slip, to for Wright or t'hnrtir, The ub.ai.lial brier KUNICF, How. matter, of 19 j (on;, 12 months old, a ?u - perior vewel and ready to receive a cargo. Ap ply at t7 coutn - streei, to e at li n L'l 1 CAMURKLT.NO & PEARSON. h'ur Sulii. Frtiieht or Charter, The schr. POLLY & SALLV, of . Philadelphia, lirll.ii. 120 tons, twelve montli old, csrrics 1100 bbls. s a fast sailer, in exccllant order, ami now rerly to receive a carjro. Apply on board at Munay's - wharf, or 10 . Ot I .Wt It, jan 7 64 Aouth ith ceL for Snlr, freight or Charter, The lrood fast sailing brig NYMPH, ,157 tons burthen, in complete order to receive a cargo, may be sent to sea wuiiom ue - by. Apnly on board, east Fly - roarknt wbax( or to N. L. & G - G RISWOLD, ' jan R fc6South - t For bale, Freipht or Charter, VF7f Th ,hip F0X' burthcn 2200 bbu - ' ' . JifcJhUa very fast tailing vcst - l, and in good or. der to receive a cargo. W pply to N. L. k G. GRIsWOLD, jan 5 Oft South - at i for Sale, Freight or Charter. i A new p lot boat built SCHOONER, 0.120 tons burthen, built in the best manner, ofg'ood materials, and copper fastened, a very fast sailing vessel, and may be sent to sm with small ezpence. Apply on board, atTTurling - .Iip, or to jan 8 N. L. k G. GRISWOLD. for Freight or Charter, The fait sailin: brier LOL'ISA - CE - .CILE, 123 tons ; has made but one v.'V - age, and is now in readiness to receive a cargo Lies in front of the subscriber's r tore. G. G. k S. HOWL4ND, jan 13 77 Wahin?tnn - L For freight or Charter, The fine shin DRUM MONO. cant. ,R. Qaarle?, barth.n 3000 bbls: is now ready to receive a cargo, and will take freight for any part of Europe. Apply on board, at pier uo. 17, Fly - Market slip, or to WALSH GALLAGHER, jal 6South - s. AW ST. THO.V.4S, i ThefastKulingfchrGREYHOUND, &.Hoadlev. matter. Havin th n - rntor part of her frtizht ena?d. page, apply on board, east side of C. II. slip, or to F. W. KART1UU3, REINICKE& CO. Ja" 13 74 Washm - Un - st. tr.r IH 'ill IV The substantial fast sailinir sbin i m.M m . , r iciu, master; Will "tuiiiff on .tionaav, navinjr nearly th'fof'l8rMfP'readytop) on board, win ocoivpsicneu without delay. For freitht ..wuiijuc4. nasseeci, cotton, or cabin .craKc passage, navmg excellent ac commodations, apply to THOS. S. WALSH, t1ec 13 118 Front - street. COFFEE TWO Hun.lr.rt A w Coffee, received ,r hj. Spartan, .or J3n6 llu'i OAlAriU & CO. OrP. CALCUTTA GOODlT" L humlred bales consisting of and ?a' Laiki Chittabelly, C.llipatty LUp4,.thaudpore'Coinocol,y Johanna and Wahs - Jellaipor, and Mow. u o U 0Gl) - X Md ABRM OGDEN. C(.Ir?N79 bC" quality Upland Cotton, landinw, and for sale by SAUL ALLEY. 93 Pine - street i. i o . ,N STORE, Jai Se",t,and CoMon - ApP'y above. 2f - n STRAITS BRANDY. f - Tipes Cette Brandy, enUUod to d - beo - re, for sale by CHAS.L. OGDEN, and ABRM. OGDEN, Jnl7 vu - .k:.. - . . ffwiiiiiuvvirrCU 273 COFFEE, SUGAR and INDIGO. " V, bb' - - nd W hV Cne green Coffee 3J hhds, 1 tierce and 4 bbls Muscovado sn?ar . 41 ceroons Ca race at Indigo S?or?avVKhr' Greyb0nd' ftWa SU J - W. KAATHAUS, REIXICKE k CO, "4 Washington street. FOR SALE AT THE SHIP - YARD V. THE SUBSCRIBER, ; FLOUR, COTTON, &C. - 2S0 bbls Philadelphia flour 21 bales upland cotton, new crop 8 do New - Orleans do do . 5 tons lignumvita) 15 tuba German steel 2 pipes red port wine 11 libds do da do 5 hhds white do do 3 qr. casks do do do 1 lihd Madeira wine . 11 qr. casks do do 57 boxes superior claret (1 doi. each) An invoice of lace veils, cotton lace, fcc. . An invoice of Dutch ..tovs for sale by ROBERT GILLESPIE, jim 7' - 1 12 Front street MUSKETS, TA PES, tic 3000 Muskets entitled to Debenture 1 rt boxes well assorted Tapes. No 1 1 to 25 7 ceroons 1st quality Flotant Indigo 4 boxes Flaxen Linani . 4 bbls. Whit Iad, for sale by J.C.ZIMMERMAN, Jbo 8 1m ' No. 'it Washington - street. AMiYlCOIL, PAPER, &c. 130 qr. casks V and 200 hall ilo dry Malaga Wiue 5 qr casks and tO half do sweet do very old 158 do Colrornar do 300 half chests Sweet Oil, 30 betties each 1 Of) boxes do do 12 bottles each 60 liali't Kalian foolscap and letter Paper 50 do Gazelle do large size 9 canes Felt Hats 15 cases Liquorice Paste 1 box O'trich Feathers, 1 do Chip Hats 3 do Manna in flakes Mnrhle Slabs, veined and statuary, assorted sizes, for pier tables, &c. A few uoxes very superior Anchovies and Olives 500 Marble Mortars, from 10 to 24 inch 10 hbls Furs, consisting of WildCat. Raccoon, Fox, Maskrat, and utter turns Gunny Bags, &c. For sale by CI1AS. L. OGDEN, and ABR. OGDEN, jan 12 W ashing ton - street. PLASTER OF PARIS. 4 CONSTANT supply of ground plaster of XJs. pans, in barrelt, suitable for the southern market. Orders left with Walter exsen, io 174 Front - street, corner of Burling - slip, will be promptly attended to. JOHN BYERS, Foot of Harrison - street, North - River. Jan 19 tf 50 CHEESE. casks in handsome order for shipping, for sale by JNO. CODDINGTON, Jan 19 3t No. 70 Soulh - st. CO II OA ftr.w crop, prmif, suilahle lor manufacturing, will be sold in parcels to accommodate purchasers. Also, a few bales of old crop. Enquire 143 IVarl - strect, up "lair. jan .STRAUS URA.MiY. T'WENTY live pipes Cettc Brandy, for sale X by CH A3. L. OGDEN, nnd ABR. OGDEN, Jan 9 Wasliington - slreet. 1 RIsll MARKET IOBACCO - 58 hl.ds. of 1 line quality, landing from schooners Hero and atdly Aun, from Richmond, for sale by D. BETHUNE : CO. Jan 16 92 C. II. slip. lA'Otji FOLVJ' um. ACONSTAN T supply, old and superior quality, for sale by AlloW Kli, STATrjTe - JwV . Jan 21 1w 17FulhNhll raiuMACCO 20hhds.oboccn, will belnud' JL ed toihorrow from the schooner Eliza, from Petersburg For s:le by ROBERT f.lLLESPIE, janlG 112 Front - street. f'OR SALE, the cargoof the ship Cririe, cap - tain llninnlirpvt. tram Calcutta, and nut luoding at the footni'Liherly - street, consisting of r.an moia sugar Cotlon Gilbert Block Tin Gum Shellac k (ium Ccpal Goat Skins of a large size Seine Twine and Gunny Bags Also for sale, India Muslins of almost every description. Also, a small quantity of Rattans, and Odor of Roses. For'sale 1 y jan 7 ROBERT LENOX. RICE & TOBACCO. IM tierces prime new Kice 13 hhds Kentucky Tobacco, ' 26 hlids old and 53 no new Virginia do Now landing from Hifferrnt vessels, for sale by jan i D1VIE BETHUNE & CO. X CUT MILL SAW., fct. A SMALL invoice of X cut Mill and Pit Saws, iTl. U. S. and C. S. fir sale by ANDERsON SHEARER, 131 Water - street. Who have in Store, Hand, ripping and dove tail Saws, brass and iron backs Cast Stel Chissel and Gongcs Mortice Chissels and Drawing Knives Patent Carolina Virginia Hoes, No. 12 3 4 W rought nails 4d, 6d, Bd, lOd, 1 2, k 20d Brass and copper wire, of all sizes Rolled and Sheet Bnus, Bra's Pans Loudon Pins Nos. 3 1 - 2, 4, 4 1 - 2, 5 Hardware and Japanued Ware, asso rted fo the country trade Engravers' Copper, in plates of all sizes. jan u yy in ie Havana cugar, brandy, 40 boxes 1st qual. white Havana Sugar ' 10 pift Bordeaux Brandy 3 do old Cognac dn (Murtells brand) 12 hhds old Jamaica Rum 50 bags old Java Coffee. For sale by J. Ic J. CODDINGTON, Jan 20 1w 204 Front - street DAMASK CLOIILS, NAPKINS, LIN EN Ice. Lie C. SUYDAM, No. 61 Maiden - lane, offer . for sale a general assortment of Real damask table cloths some very large, with elegant large and small napkins to match Alfo Diaper and damask table linens from 5 to 10 - 4 wide. Irish linens, long - lawns sheetings &c - Also for sale by the package. 12 cases 4 - 4 Irish linens, low and fine as sortments 2 do 3 4 1 on j lawns 2 do Drosrheda sheetings 1 do 7 - 8 black linens 1 do 5 - 4 strong Irish sheetings Jan 19 tf SHOES k BOOTS. JUST received 40 packages among which are 3 cases Wellington. Boots 2 do Ladies do do do ilo do do do Mockasons Cork Sole Shoes Ladies walking do Men's coarse Boys do Kid soitanle for the xx there or West 4 4 4 2 10U India markt - t 2500 do women's Leather Tbose, together with general assortment of Larues, Aline ant Children's morocco. biacK and coined Roane, are offered for sale on reas onable terms by THOS. WIl'T, Ho. 173 rean - street Likewise 10 boxes firit quality Cod Fish. Jaa 15 la BRANDY 40 pipes Grays Brandy, 1st and 4th proof, for sale by JACKSON & WOOLLET, Jan 20 75 WaH - street. FLOUR k TOBACCO. - l jy bbls. superfine Flour, principally Gallero's brand, and 58 hhds Tobacco, of a fine fine quality, suita ble for the Irish market just received per schooners Hero, and Sally Ann. from Rich mond, for sale by jan 15 D1VIE BETHUNE & CO. O' LD TOHACtO. v?0 hlids. old Richmond tobacco, wM be landed tomorrow from the schooner Hero, from Richmond. For sale bj ROBERT GILLESPIE, jan 15 112 Front - street HOPS. 20 bagaof first quality, for sale by ANDERSON k SHEARER, jan21 6t at 131 Water - street. HOPS. at bales Hops just received for sale by CAMBREL1NG k PEARSON, 1 jaa 21 " C7 South - slreet. C1ALCUTTA GOODS. 15 bales col'd Cal - ' rutta Goods, consisting of Blue Mamoodies Sooty Korosls Red, blue and white Madrass Pattern Ildkfs Bernasore and Becery Checks 25 bales Beerboom uurrahs all entitled to debenture. For sale by HURD& SEWALL, 65 South - street. Jan 20 n r. CROIX SUGAR la hhds. landing, and O for saleat 55 Piue - strcet, by Jan 15 GEORGE W. TA LBOT. - QUICKSILVER. 20,000 lb. Quicksilver V for sale by jan 21 N, L. k G GRISWOLD, (86 South - street. CUT NAILS At WOOL. 50 casks Cut Nails, from 3d to 20d 3 bales Wool, for sale by altajmo et SLiivnr.i.ij, 175 Pearl - street Jan 21 1w NICARAGUA WOOD k LIGNUM VlTiE. 18 tons Nicdrasua Wood of very good qua'ity 10 do Ligriuinvilse For sale by TUCKER k LAURIES, Jan 19 29 South - street. CAKPE I I.NG, icc.S bales 4 - 4 Ingrained and Venetian Carpeting 1 bale Wilton Hearth Rugs and Printed Table Cloths, green aiid blue 6 do Rose and Twilled Point Blankets Received by the Ann - Maria from Liverpool, and for sale by EDWARD LYDE, Jan 21 tf No. 16 William - street. A Corn - tan H anted. w ANTED immediately, a corn - fan; a se cond hand one will answer. Apply to TUCKER LAURIES, jan 20 29 South - street. I LOUR a; TOBACCO. 150 bbls Flour, 1 hianded (Richmond Mill's) 20H do Petersburg do 7 hhds Old leaf Tobacco 50 kfgs MiUiUfactured do. branded " I ic P Labhr." landing from the sloops Brothers and Juliet, and for sale by t W AL3B Ok UAIjl.AVirirjlv, jan 0 , CO South - street. 120; f LOUR. Mli , suaterfina uar, received perschr Ceres from RicAoMaxL uow landrhs and for sale by DIV1E BCTHUNLT a, CO.. ' jan 14 92 Coffee - lfetr) W. IftiyJTY - FIVE bagsof very superior qua - MrV'"'!!l7 "'ana cocoa, lor saie ry T ' - V?S - - - TlJf:KEH. ir LA Ic LAURIES, Jan 2 29 South - st. K ENTUCKY TOBACCO. - 6 bluls. Ken tucky tobacco, suitable for manufacturing, for sale by N. 61 D. TALCOTT. jan 7 . 1 GLASSES, kc. 6 hhds. Molasses, new iYJ crop 3 ro. Cocoa Nats, landing from brig Mary from Havana, lor sale ny N. D. TALCOTT, Jan 14 64 South street. TNGLlSH Cannon and Musket Powder, for Us sale hy LEROY, BAYARD & CO. dec 9 A LEXaNDRIA FLOUR. - 450 barrels su rL perfine Flour, landing from schr. Jersey, irom Alexandria, lor sale ny U. BblilUHKSCO. Jan 20 92 CtflVe Houte Slip. MUSIC. ALL the Songs, Duetts, a sung by Mr. Phi - lipps nt the New - York Theatre, for sale at Wis. DUBOIS' Piano Forte and Music Store. too. izo nsoanway. Behold in his soft expressive face Tho' love it warm awhile 'Tis but fancy's sketch Is there a heart that never lov'd In vain niav that bosom lost quite deplore My early day what joys was thine Love's young dream This blooming rose at early dawn Robin Adair Beautiful Maid Let fame sound the trumpet Had I a heart Evtteen's Bower Dear maid I love thee Ah sure a pain was never seen Said a smile to a tear Sigh not f ir love My heart with love is heatinr The relebraled serenade of" Lillacome down Bird Duett (to me" r lorn wrraui. With a large assortment of new music. dec 24 T'Vi.LEEN'S BOVVER, as arranged and M14 sungbyJVr. PHILIPPS, is now ready for sale at J. A. k II. GEIB'S .Vusic Store, 23 .viakleorlan. jan 10 tf PUBLIC SALE. "NTufsday. the 27th of January, at twelve W O'ciock, will lie sold hy Hones J own, that valuable nr.d pleasantly situated Property in Broad - street, belonging totheeslateol the late Mr. John Post. Tbe Lot is 47 feet II incites front and rear, cntie north 126fet6 inches, and on the south side 138 feet in depth. The House stand about the centre of the Lot, leaving a gooJ gangway on the north side, and fine garden root ann tear. 1 be situation is deemed delight ful. Persons desirous of purchasing, are reouest ed fo view the premises. Title indisputable rotsestioa wiu ne given on the 1st day of May . !. J - ? . .. . aval, r uriner cofMiiiiooa oouie aay oi sae. Deborah Post, 1 Deborah Douglass Executrixes. Catharine Ritter. John I. Post, Peter R. Post. Eleuors. Jan T t27 FOR SALE, RRAL rROrERTT laj THE CITT VBW - TORK. ""1 A BRICK HOUSE and Lot No. It Kti'A'. Bower STARLEib the Mir - lnnlK. er wiih the I5T, 44 feet front, 42 feet rear, and la seei on earn siae. HOUSE nnd tA)T No. 37 Vetey - street ; and Houe hnd Lot No 39 V'esev - street. A BOND nod MORTGAGE for 1200 dollars, do and do for 750 do do and do for 450 dn On valuable property in the citi of New - York. The iaierect has always heea punctually paid. For particelars inoui e al the office of sTErrlEN r. LAMOINE, declOtf 27 Wall - street. FOR SALE, The houses and lots Nos. 161 and 163 iluam - slreeL If not disnosed of at rniviita sale, previous to the 2Uth instant, they will on mm uay ot oeerea sor sale, hy auction, at the Tontine Coffee House. For farther particulars apply at No. 21 1 Duane - street. jan 7 If Vjt L.UA HLE HLA L EST '1 K tit PEA RL - f STREET. Uintal The fr!lowine real estate is afTerMi for sale toclnte a concern ; if it is not disposed of by the 24th inst. will on Tuesday, the 27th, be sold at aection, vis : l lie store at present occupied by Peters li Harrison, No. 92 Pearl - street ; the Store at pre. sent occupied by Ingersoll and Codes, No. 93 Pearl - street , and the new four story fire proof brick store, occupied by Gilbert Aspinwall nnd Son, No. 66 Peari - strcet. all of which are fitted complete and in tlie best manner for the dry - gond piece trade. 1 lie property offers an opportunity to those who with to invest their money to pay a good interest, or to those who wish a permanent and an excellent stand for business. A largo proportion of the purchase money may remain on mortgage. For further particulars apply to SHARP k TUTTLE, .o.9ll, or to JOHNSON It HAL - STED, No. 100 Pearl - street. Jan207t VALUABLE RfcAL PROPERTY r OR SALE ON TUESDAY, the 27th January inst. by Bleecker k Bibby, at public auction, in llie Tontine Colfee House, at 12 o'clock. ONE LOT OF GROUND, with the BUILDINGS erected thereon, situate No. 32 Pine - street, in the occupation of Robert Stuart The lot is 22 feet 3 inches in front, 21 feet 10 I 2 inches in the rear, and averase length 75 feet 9 inches. An indisputable title will be given to the purchaser, and possession on tht first of May next. Inlormatioa as to the property, tille and terms of sale, may he had by npplyinej u COR NELIUS BOGERT. No 14 Cedar - street. JAMES BOGERT. J Surviving Exec - and ii tors of Jaco JAMFS VAN ANTWERP) busBogert. Jan 2 6t r'OK SALF.. kiiltl The two story frame House and Lot of ground No. 73 Broome street, the comer of Elizabeth - street, with a stable in the rear. A LSO, a modern three story brick House and liot handsomely situated within the vil la?e of Newbu'reb ; the house is large and commodious and well calculated from its re tired, healthy and elevated situation (havintr a fine view of the river and the adjacent country) for n family who wish so desirable a situation on the North River. Price low and possession riven thx first of May next. ALSO for Sale or to Lease, 5 avenue lots, situated on the First Avenue, between North and First - streets. ALSO to Lease for a number of years, 15 building lots fronting on the First Avenue ami First - street. For further particulars, apply to CORNS. 1)U HOIS, jan 20 lm 36 Front - street. . ,W HOUSE. To be sold and possession eiven before the 1st of May next, il required, a modern built substantial brick hou'e, three stories high, (with several accommodations and conveniences which make it an agreeable dwelling for a gt - ntecl fa:, mily) situated in tho most wholesome part of this city, and having a pump of excellent water within the lot ; the pr petty a lee simple, auo free from al! incunibrance. If not sold at pri vate sale before the 15th of February next, it will then be aold at auction - - othe - 46Us and fol - followine dav. Also, m - ompleto set of carpets. elegant lurnitures, household utensils and various effects, particularly a choice collection of books, by C. G. FONTAINE, to whom apply for particulars, at his auction room, No, 135 Water street, comer of Pine. jan 7 lm VAAN I ED immediately, - as an asuiitanl in f v the writing departmeut pf Adelphi Arhool, an elegant penman. Apply at No. 125 Chatham - street. Jan 19 tf D LYNCH, Junr. having made arrangements . with a respectable boue in Madeira, to be supplied with a proportion of the wines of the Parishes of St. Antonio and Cnnia de Lobos, (universally acknowledged to produce the best Madeira in the Island) has opened a wine store, at No. 40 v illiam - slreet, where he wi'l receive orders for this wine, from gentlemen wishing to lay up atock for their own use ; and (by the agreement with the house in Madeira) if the wine, on arrival, be not approved by I). L. Jr. it is nut to be sent to the parties ordering it. I). U. Jr. has taken great pains to procure from various places in the United States and the West Indies, the best Madeiia, thiit was to he purchased, in the wood, and old bottled wine, of very superior quality, from private stocks which be now offers lor sale, lie will constantly keep on hand an assortment of the choicest wines and liquors, selected with care by himself, and will sell none which he canuot WARRANT PURE as IMPORTED. Jan 19 lm P. - i J..VT ELASTIC RAZOR SI HOPS. G' EORGE SANDERS, lately from London, once more addresses tbe public, thanks them for part favors nnd once more ventures to recommend his strops as one of the most comfort - giving contrivances that ever blest the chin of man. He will instruct any self - ehaviog gentle man in the use of it, and when once possessed of the secret and a box of comiiosiUon, he may say with the poet of nature, "To shave to sleep perchance to dream while in the operation and who would bear the tweaks and acts of bar her base ; who would grunt and sweat under a bathome beard, or a dull razor use, when he might his quietus make with a simple Saunder's strop."' Come then to his manufactory at the corner of Reed - street and Broadway, and there you will find the subscriber always ready to re ceive the commands of bis customers. dec 5 tf t HOARDING k LODGING. A GENTEEL family. or two or three gentle - li men. can be accommodated with hoarding and lodging in a warm pleasant situation, a short distance from the Coffee House. . Two of the rooms communicate with ft Iding doors and are very convenient for a family ; the others have all fire places 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 iy lwT MECHANIC HALL. On Monday Evening, 19th Januarv, 1818. MR. STA NISLAS, member of the Academy of Arts at Paris, and oUier Philoso phical Institutions in Europe, having arrived lately from France, with a rich and interesting collection of Philosophical and Mechanical ap paratus, which for ingenuity and invention surpasses every thing of tbe kind hitherto seen io this city, will on this evening surprise and aston ish the enlightened citizens y several experiments in Philosophy, Mechanism, and on Hydro - en and Oxigen Gas on the system of the cele brated Dr. Franklin. For the paiticalars of which, see bills of the day. Mr. Stanislas docs not feel inclined to make use of the mean artifices of pretenders to the professioa, by pompom advertisements, calculated alone to impose upon tbe multitude but to a disoriminatinr pnhlic. the V need bnt once witness his surprising talents to be convinced of the superiority be churns over all thoae who have hitherto visited the city of New - York. Tickets one doOnr children ball price, to be had at the bar. The performance will be Continued every craning in lh week with variations and cocnisrenc precisely at 7 o'clock. Jan 16 9'. ly f . U ja ' 1 JVOTiqEV 03 All persons having demands against the are requested to present the same. And nil persons indebted to tbe said estate ere requested to mane payment to tne seoscnrier. ALICE ANN SWARTWOUT, Jan 10 lm Administratrix. CO PILLION PARTIES. (tT The Managers give notice that the next Cotillion party will be at the City Assembly nooni, cny Hotel, oo tbe evening oi I tiursnay, the 2ftl inttant. Jan 19 4t NOTICE. ryHE co - partnership beretofore exisfiwr be - Jl t ween the subscribers, under the firm of liuckkv U Abbatt, is this dav dissolved, bv mu tual consent. The affairs of the concern will be settled by Thomas Buckley, 153 South - street new - iorx, isi mo. tu, iih. THOMAS BUCKLEY, ROBT. ABU ATT, jun. THOMAS BUCKLEY, havinsr taken l.i mn JOHN LAWRENCE BUCKLEY, into co - partnership, the Commission business will be continued on their account, under the firm ol THOMAS BUCKLEY 4c SON. 1 mo 14 lm - ' 000 COPIES OF WRIGHT k HAWElb. A TREATISE on, That being Bom Again, without which no man can be saved ; by Samuel Wright, D. M. to which is added, tht Communicant's Spiritua I Companion, or an evan gelical preparation for the Lord's Supper, by the Revd. Thomas Haweis. 600 copies of this work in sheets, or by the tingle one, bound, for sale by G. CHARTERS, Circulating Library, i3Urulton street. Jan 15 1m UtUHiKsnoii OH SOUR S'lUMACH I S hcknowltdted by medicul writers to be a i complaint ol stubborn kind, and at all timer very difficult or cure. I his is sulliciently illustrated in the disappointment of those who unfbr nately suffer under it, as'they, for the most part, find that after having tried many tilings to little or no purpose, they nre at last obliged to use (for perhaps the remainder of life) such articles ns can at best but palliate thedisease. Undersuch circumstances, any medicine capable of removing the complaint, must surely he an article highly deserving tbe attention of all those who are alnicled with it ; such a combination is to be met wilh in l)r JUFJItPS jUfTI - HY Sf.P. TIC or STOMACH PILLS the success uf which has never vet been equalled, for tbe curt of dyspepsia in its most complicated form, such as loss oi appetite, nausea, neari rurn, naiuien - :y, knnwing pain in the stomach, pain in thr ii !e. great i ostivenest, paleness in the roonte nance, languor, lowness of spirits pain in the head, virtigo or giddiness, nna disturbed sleep Whoever applies these pills in the aoove niease, according to the directions, will never be disap pointed, as they have never been once known to tan in producing a radical and permanent cure The use of a single box will convince the most unbelieving f their cfbrnry. They will mast diet tual ly remove all sourness or the stomach, not merely hy neutralizing the arid, hut by correcting that morbid stute of the secretions which gives rise to it, and al tho same time will restore to the debilitated organs of digestion, that tone and Vigour which is absolutely uecenary to lilt - wen ikuik oi ion minimi nvoiioui v. To be Lad, at Brook ht Carle's, Pearl - street, at J. C. Morrison's, Greenwich - street, and at Hull It Bowse's . 146 Pearl - street, where drug gists and country dealers will be served on libe ral terras. fjj Price one dollar per box do 24fiv it V. r OK SALE. rr'O he'xnhJ - TlintrriVrRoCtfon. otrWdncsduV. A i the till hdav of February' nesrls the area of the Exchnnge CiiftefivlMmMTii the town of uosion, hi i to unuf.nsjsvuii, All theVcafesfatB belonging to the Hampshire Leather 'Manufactory, situate in the to n ol Northampton, in the state of Massachusetts. I neesiaie win be sold in lour iois, viz : Lot No. 1. containing about 31 arses of land. near the centre, of Hie town of Northampton, on which is erected all those extensive and valua hie buildings, lately occupied by the corporation for tanning of leather, with about 3( (Ovals some ol which are veiy large rod pan ol them uoeer - i - . r . . 1 1 , cover, in wuicn leiiner niny uc nanuieii iiuunir the winter ; it is presumed there is not in the state so extensive and valuable an establishment for carrying on the tanning business as this. A particular description of tbe buildings and pri - vilbd - es would take up too much room lor an advertisement. Lot No, 2 contains about 3 acres, situate on the north side of the county road, directly oppo site iu lot no. i, do wiiicu ore iwu uwviiing iiuu - ses with convenient out bnildingt, is on hid ground, and considered a very delightful situa tion. l.ot No 3, containing about four acres of land, situate on the easterly side of Mill River, about twomilestrom tr.e meeting noue in Northampton, with a valuable mill privilege and buildings hereon. Lot No. 4 contains about one acre oflsnd, on which is erected a hark mill and bark sheds, si tuate near Edward's tavtrn, about 6 miles irr.ni Northampton, on the Albany road. Any iiersou having an inclination to purchase all or any part of tbe foregoing property, are invited to examine it. The corporation pledge lllimseives io atni iu me uigiicsi uiuucr, ucing ur termined to close their concerns. Any informa tion respecting the estates may he obtained on application to JOSIAH D WIGHT, Esquire, at Northampton, or EBENEZER FRANCIS, fan 14 India - street, Boston COHPOtiA TlOjY PHOPEli i l . TO be sold at public miction on Friday the 20th February, 1818, al tbe City Hall, 12 OTIOCB, The highly vatuahle FARM now occupied by Mr. William A. Hardei.brook, about b mile from the city, containing togeOier neatly fifty a - crcs oflaiid. It will be sold in lots from & lo 10 acres each, situated on the 6th, 7lh, 8th. 9th, & 10th avenues ; on the latter stand the dwelling house and out buildings but a short distance Iroro the Hudson River. This property is worthy the attention of those who with - tn pesdss handsome country teats as its rontiuity to the city, commanding views of tlie iiiMii.m. retired aiiuauorv. ana cnotce aueiitv of some of the ground, together with an ample supply of wood, render it one ol toe most desira ble objects of purchase. A map of the premises may be seen, aad fur ther particular knows, at the Comptrollers Of - flee. City Man. o ois THE I.A&T NOTICE. To those who are owing arrears of taxes to tbe corporation of tlie city and county or Mew fr7 - The time limited for the payment thereof expiree! on tne isi insi. ana i mat iw ig.c.. in making a return of such prrperty ts remains 1..linnnent. nrtnaratorv loth advertisement ami sale thereol for the payment of said Taxes and ach other sum as may be required to meet the expenses of such sale, which will take place when completed. , 1 am directed to receive all arrears which may beoCered, prior to the completion of the above - named return and will attsnd al Tbitofljce dai from 10 to Z o'cinca, nnru mar pertrxj., T. W. GILBERT. Colltotor. Collector's Ofice, No. 2 City Hall, I Janeary Ij, 1015. Jaa 16 lm - TO BE LEASED (TXiS for 21 yean. House and Lot No. 88 Front street, near Old slip. House sod Lot No. S3 Rooscvelt - ttreet, and new windings rnouia t erected on th lots iney - ww oa vaiaca ana pam sor at in expiration of tbe leas,xr a new lease given. Also, several lots an th Sixth, Eighth and Tenth Wards For particohr enqoir at No. ctatoam tlreet. - ' Jaa It Zw is lfcr Ml PATRiriT Dli.l whalir Tra it, in the County ol Kerry, lrland, in the year 1803, will transmit Mrs. Vitrher ry, of Tralee, his address, it will be a particular advantage t ijuui puniri. 1 raiee, Uctunr - r, lUli. ' The above is inserted at the request of Mr. Dillon's 'friends. - - . . ; i Any coniaiunie.lion on the sohiect will b thnnkfully received and transmitted by ice io Dbitj'.t, . Ill.iur.rl3 St KM. NO I ICE. ftV Public notice is hcrchv riv n that the subscribers intend to apply to tin; jr islatvss of the state of New - York, at their next union, for an Act of Incorporation, incorporating them and) their neonates by the name nnd style of the Franklin insurance Company with a capital of 'ive Hundred Thousand Dollars, for th purpo ses of making all kinds of insurance against fire, and on a lile or live, ami also on tht inland trans portation of goods wares and merchandise. Bitriitii wmiAti, BK.NJ L. SWAN, KLISHA TIBB1I6, dec 4 tf JOHN ADAMS. - , NOTICE. ft7 - The underaiziied give notice, that they intend to apply to the Legislature of this state, at their next session, for an act to incorporate) inemseives ana tneir associates into a company. in the city of New - York, under the style) of The North Itiror Steam Boat Comnanv." with a capital of six hundred thousand dollars, for the purpose of navrguting with Steam Boat the waters of the North River. Dated the 22di day of December, UU7. . . EDWARD P. LIVINGSTON, ROBERT L. LIVINGSTON, CHAS. AUG. DALE, D. LYNCH, Junr. rTee 22 . d6w NO'IICE. 07 The Pacific Insurance Company of New - York, have this day declared a Dividend of twelve percent, on the capital Stock, payable al their office, No. 49 Wall - street, on the 19th instant By order of the Board of Directors Jan 6 lm WALTER R. JONES, Sec. NOTICE. fEr The Subscriber, in bchali of himself and his associates gives notice, that au application will be made to the honorable the legiclalureef this state, at its next session, for an Act lo incorporate a Bank with a capital stock of Five Hundred Thouiand Dollars and with Rave lo increase it to One Million ; to be located north east of Beekman - rtreet, in the city of New - York, and to be called "The Frxnklia Bank of the city of New - York." Dated New - York, 16th Dec 1817., By order of the Associates' - dec30tf NOAH BROWN, Sec'ry, A"Af - 1 ORK JMURAC CUJUFsiA Y. The president and directors have this day declared a dividend ol five per cent on the ' capital stock of the company for the last six months payable lo the stockholders, or IVeir legal repre sentatives on and after the 12lh Instant, at tbe office, No. 34 Wall - street. i w jan 5 1m C. G. .SHIPMAN, ec'ry NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY. The President and Directors of the National Insurance Company, have this day declared a dividend of fifteen per cent on their capital stock, for their last six months, payable to the stock holders, or their legal representatives, on and after Thursday - the 15th inst. jan 5 tFcbl JOHN .1. JONE3, Secr'y fagle Fire Company of Aewlork. j. NOTICE is hereby given friata dividend for the last six months of four and a iialfaer cent, on the capital Slock, of this Company has - been declared, and will be paid to the Stockbol der on the 15th inst. ' JnnS lm JOHN D. METER, See. NEW - YORK FIREMEX lAoliUNCE COMPANY. OCT The Capital Slock of the Company having hy a new subscription been reinstated to the full sum of A'tr hundred thousand Dollar which is am ly secured, are now ready to receive ap - B'icatiotif for A 'ire and Marin iusuranco at their - T.ce No. 56 Wnll - strecf. The Olfice solicits the patronage of the public in the confidence, that adequate protection will be afforded to the assured and alt losses be promptly adjusted. By order of the board of Directors, i JsnBlm WM. M'NEAL, Sec'ry. NEW PUBLICATIONS. TUST Published and for snlebv ELIAS VAL. .1 ENTINE, 104 Broadway, (3d door below Pine - streW) Forsyth's Remarks oo Antiquities, Arts and letters of Itary, Naocrcdes Abridce - nient of Orfield on Poifiis. The Hero, or tbe adventure of a Nijrht ' The White Cottage, Ballance of Comfort The Itinerant or Memoirs of an Actor, 2d part vols. The Knight of 9C Johns bj Miss Porter. Letters from Ibe Sooth. Leeh's Travels in Egypt and beyond the Ca taracts. " Also will be published in a few days a Print of Mr. PniLirra, in the character of Cast. Bei.dark, engraved by Giotbrede. - Jan u ll INta I IMABLE LlltCO VERY. HEALTH preserved and restored without .Medicine or Quackery, which often de stroys tbe delicate constitution and debilitate the strong Colds bring en th most alarming disorders, wiUa those lorturinf rheomalic paint, lumbago, gout, kc. which all th faculty have not been able to eradicate. To prevent is bet ter than to core. R. YEO has prepared (from a receipt of a very eminent physician) leather (of which he makes shirts) of the most vital and nutritious quality, which will prevent all the above men tioned complaint. 1 bey produce an anuna heat to tbe body, which cannot b obtained from flannel, patent fleecy hosiery, or lamb's wool tbey absorb all perspiration, and resist all th . humidity that mjore th human fram they are sail and plrasantto - fear and do not pmduco that irritability that so onpieasani in nannei. Thos who hare favored him with their orders have declared their astonishment at the benefit derived from theny To be had of RICH'D. YEO, bteerhes maker ana leatner dresser, 165 Wster - dreet ; where also may be bad leather oantalooos doe skin vests all kinds of gloves and mitten of the best quality, wholesale and retaiT. at the shortest notic. dec 31 lm ' GENTEEL BOARDING. A GENTLEMAN nod his wife, or two single gentlemen, may be handsomely accommo dated with board and lodging, on reasonable terms, by applying at No. 49 LVy - etreeL A COACHMAN. . Want a place as coachman, coloared man. who perfectly understaeda hia buuiu - M. ia sober nnd honest, nnd has lived for the last three yar in a respectable private family in this city. Apply a above. Jan 20 - 1 w JUaT PUBHSULU. THIS day is published and rr sale by EL1A6 VALENTINE, No. 104 Broadway, third door below Pine - Street, a print of Mr. Pbilipps, the character of Capt. Be Id re, eegraved by Gimbredej, handsomely coloared and plain. jan ii . NOTICE - Tbe Copartnershifj heretofore existing io this city, aoder th firm of D'ffV, Pmtkard k &Wol', is this day dissolved by mutual consent A II - persona having o settled accounts with said Irm, are requested to csli at 57 Front - street, for settkmeut Nsw - York, Dec. 31, 1817. ; ... JAMES trWOLF,' " ' ISAAC PACKARD.' JAMS 0WOLr,JBB. dec 31

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