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n'ofl has X . .Present femily nPward of f jean. Sistawtf - ; Po removins superfluous IJair. Cold Cream ; Almoua ' paste ; antique w4 Ru - i: n;i nnmule de erasse for Uiickeniiig the biur; tooth powders t opiate for the teeth J 'encei, lavender, orange flower, huneane ana rose waw" eg fresh tooqinn oesui , i violet and plaiuhairpow - Ar . scissors : razors ; pen and pocket knives ; bait and XnlWra - ' Krfie. wnrk and dressing case. Veiling cm" i fpr ,alc aV ujru - r "jfwSfni davies CO. i - W5 Broadway, nearly opposite. IZX l k.nil rnie. tesSBlllluc:, wnnnnved wuu ii4mi - - - - - - . ..,i let. N r Io the Medical Sci ence Lottery, No. 4, which i now drawing regularly five day per week; more than a quarter over, anil &U the grand capital prises of 30,000, .10000.10000,5000 "5000, 3000, all remaining i A" ! wheel. Owing to the scarcity of lick - ... ..i ...;.u1lmai;u lor them, they will be T! 1 1 !i,irt.n ilollirn on Thursday morn - br. In the mean while, they niay be obtained the rate of $12 each, at the lucky lottery ol - Keaof JUDUI & LAZARUS, 74 Maiden - lane, Where have been sold iu former lotteries most of the highest priies. Foreign bauk notes, prizes in former lotteries, andapprored promissory note?, will be taken in AwrrerYcteckBooki. kept at the Lucky f ii. (iffin. which may be examined at all time free of expense Jan 27 It I" week, ia Medical Scieuce Lottery No. 4. 10th days drawing. 12 859 12000; 16,0, 200 ; 9842, 17,741, ' 25,582, 50 each, Uth days drawins:. U!9J.jl0O ; 8525, 129o 599, 50 each. Uth days drawiiyr, 20 219, J1000 ; 8 1,422, J200; 23.89'J, oO. 13lh days rfrawine 4I't(). $500; 15277, 14,396, MO,J994. 50. 14th day's diawiu?. 17,196. 500. Uth da j i drawins .Nn 14.U6, 100 dols 5 4 147, 5147, 14,073, 50 dols. All sold at Itth days drawing 17265 (first drawn) 1000 ; 4358 109 1 16034 50; 1107 50. Sold at .JWUnCE'flL. Lot'etf UiH - , : 44 liilen Lane, IVhpTe a few more warranted undrawo tickets nay I had at$l2 each, but willsooo advance, m the eipital prize pf 51100 dollars will be drawn to the fifkt nunihtr wn Monday next the 10,000 doll jf prise on iho .Mrnd:ty following, ana ine ra!ilelprixeofa.nOl)d!ionthe next Monday. 7V - .e fulhwins; nris are alo floating in the fct - ei, and mv le ilrawn on Tiny day, vi. 10000 Ai: 5000 dl 3000 dl. K)0 dis. Jan 27 I l - '.l ill ' Af7f 'I l - " I f. I.OTTKRY. No. iV.L now drawing 5 times pr. week. lC.Broadfwacy1: Correct List Pr'fi. 15th drawing. No. 14,156. $100 ; 14.073. 5147, 4447, 50 each 16th days drawing 17265 (1st drawn) IOOO 4858 100 1 lb034 I44U7 each 50. 1st drawn number. Draws again to - morrow morning. ht drawn number on Wednesday next will Ik entitled to 5000 dollars. Tickets advance to 13 dolls, on Thursday next. Prim taken at par for warranted undmwn tickets and shores. Jan 27 PRIZE LIST MEDICAL SCIENCE LOT - m. - lain flays drawing Nos. T14.136. JtlOO. U.dTrs li? .,.! a a At ten ' - ' - - - " 1 Sold at Aliens' S,2,!'..U'ne WHEKL of the GRAXD KJ mr.ui,Jll, iCItWLK LOTTKHY. prize 01 J.w.uuo I do or 2 do of 10,000 6 do of 2 do of 5 IWO 5 do of 2 do of 3.000 8 ilo of $2,000 i,uou 500 200 A numlier of llOO X r. Foottet n days of the drawing are over. Ai the following are AjMine nrizri. a.lvoMn rtrsought to apply immediately : iw. uw 1 .Miliars 3,ixmj liollars ' 5,0(10 Dollars 2,000 Dollars 2 off 1,000, and a number i.rsOO, 200, &c. 'I ickets ami Shares, for sale at AI.LKNS' TRI.'I.V I l!f'LT nrriT 5rta,1ri oppotile the City Hotel, Where No. 3.320, whirh drew on New - Years - - - - - - - - vsra, vr r s r "at wR - crana nrmn ir iihiiuki ii..iism ...1 d paid, being the bighem prise evei'drawn in T m. i Hnere 11 ' conhdently anUcipa td Will be ( h nhnwm ...l....l:.l . I , .. . " ' - - - ,' UU 111 lTIt.'S,' i r mPl'TJKJ." LEORD and OWEGOUOAD LOTTEItV, which willcom - - - - J an 27 aiukbis , r bE TO 13 DOLLARS ON IN mXI.T ",lrd. ,he. lrawi f the tl ctnttil ' " er, .inu nooe ,h;,r, " ,.v ,w iJ.nn ihursrtnj next, ontii hichdaytney may be had at I. at . - . i R. WAITES rujjr forlnnata Lnllm rin. . ; , . C.inii.1 Pri... .V. - 'fwewMe, u 8ri 1 Mi AadTJ ri Loo Doliar, i day7"'Si,re fla,inS' ta dfawo Do'hrs ' 5.000 Dollars 5,000 Dollars 2,000 Dollars 1 mm rtll.. And ""any of 5oo, 2 m," loo, c. I ! prues sold at W Ari's - o. JiifY - ... :j ilofpo rchaM - rs "w.aoiaoij publisning the Jan S7 0 fcT . 1 - 5 HP A K 1 a '' '"ding, and j "ileal 55 Pinf - stret, by GEORGE W. TALBOT. E iSi'i5" ,Cauno od Mu,ket Powder, fo r. . LEROY, DAYARD & CO. t9 JiTA RCH. turulJ 1 ( . ..... . Ic fcs 1," ' ' ""u ay, Kers 1 nuadeinr.ia I ' 'A foi uu h5 'roiU ,chr' Fairl nder, at bid - jaa s - "J - ACKSON k WOOLLEY, sn Bttikick WOMAN, '2i1 - " I?081J2j kd bouseWaat; I 'AXvvi Who nave aiso ou - f,on.vurkle, orange, vernacular, - - FENVrRA - KNG HAIR BRUSHES, iacy U ftc - 58 tT ui - iirttT. Tf PLASTY COTTON. - 15 bales prime frpl J land Cotton, landing ana Tor sale Dy SAUL ALLEY, 98 Pine - street, J - IN STORE. 42 bales' Sea Island Cotton, for aale as above. jan 83 . ' . ' ii LAbdWAKE 15 - bhds. Eng. Glassware, X consisting of Wines ana rummers, lor saie bv CHAS E. OGDEM & ABR. OGULN, Wathington - st. Off WISE & WHITE. LEAD. i U 3 qr casks old ihtrry win 29 casks white lead, dry For sale by JAMES G. KING & CO. Jan 20 - 61 Pine - it. ' ODOR OF ROsfca. FEW pound bottles of Odor of Rosea, just received Irom Smyrna, anu lor saie py dec 22 ROBERT LENOX. CJUGAK 12 lilids. handsome St. Croix Sugar, for sale by JACKSON & WOOLLEY. Jan 22 15 Wall - street IRISH MARKET TOBACCO 58 bhds. of 1 fine quality, landing from schooners Hero and bally Ann, Irom Kicuuiond, inr sale Dy L. BETHUNE & CO. Jan 16 92 C. H. slip. ii EORGK W. TALBOT, No. 5a Pine - street, VJI has for sale, 18 bhds. St Croix Sugar 10 bags superior Calcutta do SO whole, ) 15 half 1 Gohea Tea, very superior 20 qr. cheti 50 chests Souchong Tea, Nancy's cargo 45 do Young llvson do do do 24 do do do do Natchez's cargo, entitled to drawback 12 do do do do Phoenix's cargo 3 or. casks Sherrr Wine 17 hampers Clminpaigne, do entitled to drawback 140 boxes Sweet Oil, in bottles 50 do old Castile Soap 16 casks Green Copperas 2 bales Mirzaore Carpets 4 cases Loneys and Sistersoys Colosne Water. Mustard Seed India Twine and Marline. Jan 16 150 VtLANit iwrwr. bales very prime upland cotton, in store, and for ale in lots to suit purchasers, by CRISWOLDS &l COATES, Jan 23 68 South - st 1 1 U M. 100 bhls. 1st pi. New Kum for sale IX by JACKSON & .jan 17 WOOLLEY, 75 Wall - street. FLAXSEED. FLOUR, &c 90 tierces Flax - V teed, landing from schooner Nancy, from Baltimore, for sale by D. BETHUNE & CO. 92 C. H. slip. AIo landinc. 159 Ms supf. Flour, principally Galleso's b'd 3 hales ben e I wine. J an lb iKfcH RAISINS 300 boxes bloom Raisins i? in fine order, Just received and for sale by G. M. WILSON, Jan 15 130 Water - street. ,1 USKb I S and FU WL1AO PIECES, euti - - V L tied to debenture. 13 cases British Musket, with bayonets and scahbardi complete. 5 dodo Fowling Pieces. Just received per l amina Ann, from Liverpool, lor sale Dy jan 9 P REM SEN ii CO. 26 South - st. 1 ttlCE. 1 JJ tierces prime new rice, received per ship Radius irom Charleston, and for sale by D. BETHUNE & CO. jan 10 92 Coffee - Home slip. W UM & CHOCOLATE 50 bis. 1st. proof New Rum 30 boxes UiWi Boston Chocolate No. 1 For sale by JACKSON & WOOLLEY, jan 13 75 Wall - street. ft f ADEIRA WIN E London particular Ma - IT A deira wine of the most approved brands, in pipes, bhds. and quarter casks, fit lor immedi ate use and well worth the attention of private families Will be sold at re; - ouable prices, and in quantities to suit purchasers, by TUCKER & LAURIES, jan 9 29 South - sL CiEINE TWI.XF 6000 lbs. India Twine O 3000 do English Seine do of superior quality. ' Alto, a general assortment of other Twine, and white cordage, in quantities to suit purchasers, lor saie ny cjcbka s cuaiiu, Jan 15 7ft Pearl - street. SOUCHONG A4 KAMPUY TEAS, in boxes and canuisters, 33 and 24 lbs each, entitled to debentuie, Tor sale at 64 South - street, by CAMBRELENG fcE ARSON, jnn 5 rpOBACCO 211 hhds new crop Tobacco, of X excellent uuaiity, landing from schr, tiolia, irom Kiviimonu, lor saie ny D. BETHUNE ft CO. Jan 6 92 Coffee House - slip. I1ENGAL LVU1GO 7 cases 1st quality, en - mj uiieu to oeneniure, lor sale ny JACHbON f wool 1LLEY. Jan U 75 Wall - street. II ROW. X SHIRTINGS. A few cases 3 - 4 MJ Brown Shirlines. just received and for sale by tho COMMISSION COMPANY. jan 13 148 Pearl - street. UsCOVAUO SUGAR. 161 hhds. Hava na Muscovado Sugar, of superior Quality. landing from brig Boxer, from Havana, at Jones whan lor sale ry uuuuhuu u tu. ian 21 44 South - street. HI'S GLASSES, COFFEE, SUGAR, iic - 5 hhcjs. Molatses, 5 hhds and) c., 5 bbls SuSar 32 bags CoBee 60 Snaniah Hides Landing this day from brig Protection, from 1. 1 nomas', west side Old - slip, tor saie or D1VIE BETHUNE &CC u. Jan 23 (V I OLASSES, COFFEE, kc 32 hhds and iu 4 obis. Molasses, brst quality 23 bags Green Coffee, 120 Dry Hides 7 bbls. Suerar Landins at Dover - street wharf, from schr. Linnet, from Porto Rico, for saie ny K. U C. W. DA YEN tURT k CO. Jar93 7OUR thousand Gunny Bags, for sale by a. - ttuiti CUMING, Jan 23 76 Pearl - street. FIGS 200 qr. boxes fresh Turkey puPd Figs, just received, and for sale by Jan XT tE Tilt Ke..YISKI tu, II OPS. 2 bnlt - s Hops, just received for sale XX hy fJAMoKELlNG & PEARSON, by jan 21 67 South - street flALCUTTA GOODS. 25 balescol'd Cal - V. rulta Goods, consitinr of Blue Mamoodies, Sooty Romals Red, blue and white Madrass Pattern Hdkfs Bernagore and Begery Checks 25 bales Becrooom Gurrahs all entitled to debenture. I or sale by HURD It SZWALL, Jan 20 65 Sooth - street. VTICARAGUA WOOD fc LIG.NUM V1T.E. 11 18 tods Nicaragua Wood of very good qusmy 10 do Lignumvibe For sale by TUCKER ft LAURIES, Jaa 19 29 South - street TJRANDY 40 pipes Grays Brandy, 1st and MJ 4 in prooi, lor sale by JACKSON It WOOLLEY, Jan 20 75 Wall - street PLOUTt St TOBACCO. 159 bbls. superfine Flour, principally Galleeo's brand, and hhds Tobacco, of a fine fine quality, suitable for the Irish market just received per schooners Hero, and Sally Ann, from Ricb - ifrom nwwut hv ' . V .1 1m i mvir. kftmitk xr iti for turtte. Ths fast sailing ship FA VOCRITE. Moses Hillard, master: bavins; two thirds of her cargo engaged and will sail by tiie llrth February, ror freight or passage. bavin? excellent accommodations, apply to the captain on board, at Fulton street - wnarf. or to J - KEUEKIUK JENKINS & SUM. jan 24 lw No 19 Burling - slip tOR SALE, The new and fa&t sailius brier FAME, .built of the best seasoned timber, and laiiiiiuiiy put together. Her rigging aci sails are or excellent quality, litis vessel is well calculated for a southern packet, having band; some accommodatious. I or terms, and a view of her inventory, apply to UH.IaWUL.U3 S tUATUi, Jan 23 68 Soulh - sL t)KSJtLE, The very fast railing sloop PARAGON, burthen 6G ton, built at MiUdletowo, Couuecticut, of the best materials ; has made one voyage to the West Iudies, is one year old and can be sent to sea immediately For terms, and a view of her inventory, apply to UKI3WULU9 k COATfcS, Jan 23 68 Bouth - st. for CHA KLkSl'OJf, S. C. The fine fast sailing bri" ATLANTIC, .Geo. Bailey, master, has the principal part 01 her freight eugaged, will meet with im mediate luspalcb r or ireight or passage, Hav ing good nccommodations, apply on board, east side r ly market wharl, or to JltWKX UUW1NU, Jan 23 6t 191 Front, corner of Fulton - it For Freight or Charter, The fat cailiug substantial schooner BETSEY, capt. Turnr. one year old, will stow about 800 bbls. is in complete order for any voyage can be seen at Dover - st. wharf. .4pply to GOODHUE & CO. Jan 22 44 South - st. For Freight or Charter, The ship PERSEVERANCE, bur - ,theu 260 tons, in complete readiness to receive a cargo ; lies east side Uld - slip. ALSO, The brie MUSCONGUS. capt Dock rndorfl", burthen 152 tons, well calculat ed lor carrying lumber and slock ; lies at Bur - ling - slip. Apply to BARKER & UUfKENa, No. 84 South - street. , ll'ha have for tale, 20 tons clean St. Petersburg hemp 10,000 Calcutta Goal skins, large size Calcutta Duck 2 bales Russia Calfskins. 2500 gallons pure winter strained Sperm, oil 800 gallons rack'd whale oil 170 boxes first quality Spermaceti caudles An invoice of elegant French hall stoves 20 tens pi? iron Jan 21 101 For LOJVUVXUEKHY. The fine fast sailing ship FOSTER, N. Moran, master, having 7 - 8ths of her cargo ready to go on board, will be despatched without delay. For freight of 100 to 200 tierce: seed, or passage, apply to the master on board at pier no. 13, or to Jan 20 W. & S. CRAIG. . For Ji'ti. h' - OH LKA.YS, (a regular trader) .The fine coppered and copper - lastened brig CHARLES, capt. Wibray, now loading and will sail on Sunday next. For freight or pat - sage, having excellent accommodations, apply to the captain on board, or to M'CREA SLIUELL, Jan 20 No. 41 South - st. FOK SALE, The fast sailing ship SILENUS, 206 tons burtnen, built at Rochester, Mass c.n be sent to sea at a small expencc. ror terms, apply on bnard, at Steam boat - wharf or to J. It J. CODDING TON, jan 30 lw 204 Front - street tor Hale. Frturhl or Charier, A new pilot boat built SCHOONER, ,about 150 tons burthen, built in the beft manner, copper - fastened, in complete order to receive a cargo in every respect a good vessel Apply on board at Burhug - shp, or to N. L. G. G HIS WOLD, Jan 19 86 South - st. For tale. Freight or Charter. A new pilot boat built schooner, 120 .tons burthen, built in the best manner, of good, materials, copier fastened ; a very fast sailing vessel, and way be sent to sea with small expense Apply on board at Bnrhng slip, or to N. L. & G. GRISWOLD, Jan 19 86 South - st. DOMESTIC & OTHER WARES. THE subscribers keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of the following goods, viz : Dutch and Enslish Gunny Bags, Sec. Popes Heads Crumb Brushes Brooms Duster, or Counter Brushes Bellows, fancy and Hearth Brushes, fan common cy and common - . . . , Do for Blacksmiths Hall and Entry - Mats iiean ao ao ao Cloth do do do Weavers do White Wash do Shoe & Scrubbing do Paint Brushes and rails and i ubs Wheel - Barrows Fine Wire Sieves Do Hair do Whips of every de Sash Tools scription Clamps, 4,7, 8 row Furniture Brushes Seine, sewing, wrap ping, naieing ana bail Horse do Red Cords, Clothes 1 wine Fish Lines Lines Shoe k Sadler Thread Sash Cords, Trace Dearborn's Ballan Rope ces Wrought and Cut Nails and Brads Which. they will sell wholesale or retail on li beral terms. t,cnriA umiu, jan 24 76 Pearl - street, T)OMBAZETTS & COTTON. 4 bales JD Bombazetts 34 bales Sea island Cotton, and 15 do. prime Upland do. landing and for sale by SAUL ALLEY, 98 Pine - street. 1st S toss 40 bales Sea Island. Apply as above. jan 24 IJ ULL t BOVVME nave just received by the XX Lorenzo, irom London, Dixon's Antihilious Pills Hickman's Pills fur the gravel, Sic. Chine's Worm Destroying Loseoges Roach's Embrocation Thompson's Cheltenham Salts Hayward's Tola Lozenges Ilen'rv'a Calcin'd Marnesia. And a reneral assortment of British Patent Medicines of repute, not mentioned above ; war ranted genuine, anu lor saie ai Jan 24 Ira 146 Pearl - street. EKMAN STEEL, BRLM3TONE&C 153 JT boxes Steel 129 boxes roll brimstone 1 case Leghorn hats 15 do tumblers 10 packages psper 3 bases chollets SO boxes mould candles SO do soap, entitled to debenture For sale by JAMES D - WOLF, Jr. ISJ113 0 r runi - nrccu HEMP ti DUCK 60 tons SL fetersburgh clean Hemp bO bolts first qsality Russia Dock ' For sale by JAMES D'WOLF, J nor. rTPLANDCOTTO.1 54 bales prime epland U Cotton, jest received per schooner Laara, Savaaoaa. and for sale by " . - OTlS ft SWAN, - . . K1 Pu.l iM at jaa i RICHMOND f OBACCO h FLOUR. 629 bbls. Richmond sunf. Flour. - 37 bhds prima new.crop Richmond, princij pany large ana leaiy, now landing irom sen UWIMI JW UM viuio, fur Ha i)j Jan 6 . BOORMAN It JOHNSTON. Tk RY GOODS 2 hepard's super bl ue MJ and black cloths 4 cases 9 - 8 cambricki 2 do cotton hosiery 1 do checked hdkli. just landed from the nercuies, ana lor sale by HURD&SEWALL, ' 65 i'outh - street Also received by late arrivals, 8 cases fine blue and black London cloths ' 10 do japauued and plated hats & do men's super London do. Jan 23 rj IflfiJiUO, HUM. Ice. Cases first quality Bengal indigo (entitled to ueoeniure; 20 hhds and 100 barrels first proof new rum ju pipes li ray's brandy, 1st it 4Ui proor 70 bags race ginger (entitled to debenture) 50 kegs ground do. first quality 10 boxes Hill's Boston chocolate, No. 1 & 2 50 do Waite's do do 150,000 Spanish sugars, in half and quart, boxes ZU Dales nrst quality St. Uomingo tobacco 4 do Danish lambs' wool 150 kegs Philadelphia starch, fresh from the lactory 80 casks English refined salt petre 10 boxes sugar candy For sale by JACKSON 4c WOOLLEY, Jan 23 75 Wall - st 741 HERRINGS. boxes 1st sort. 1 'j Herrings, now land - ill 00 Sd do ing and for sale bv via M b R ELEN G k rEARSUN, Jan 22 67 South - street. 250 WHtKM'LVK. bbls sou turpentine, afloat, and for sale by R. & C. W. DAVENPORT & CO. jan 12 LOUR, TOBACCO & FLAXSEED 860 M. bbls r rcdencksburg flour 24 half tierces flaxseed 14 bhds prime leaf tobacco, received perrchrs Wra. ic Henry and Virginia For sale by jan7 WALSH & RUM, tic 2 bhds. old Jamaica Rum ; 10 bags sup. Calcutta Suirar, landing from sloop satellite, and lor sale by u. W. TALBOT, jan 10 55 Pinc - street. ORN 10,000 buhels Virginia corn, of V prune quality, deliverable alongside a ves sel or vessels at 1 appahaunock. r cr sale by R. u II u.MI, Jan 26 90 Pine - street. 11 OLASSES 29 bhds Molasses, of suerior lvX quality, lying at Dover - street wharf for tale bv P.. li C. W.DAVEN POUT k CO Jan 2S WINDOW GLASS First quality Russian window glass, for sale low by WILLIAM COD.VMN, 28 South - street. Jan 26 4t LIGNUM ViTVE. 30 tons on board the ship Corsair, for sale by Jan 26 TROKES, DAVIDSON te Co. HIDES. FOUR hundred Hides landing this day from Perseverance, and will be sold low from the wharf. Apclyto JOSEPH OSBORN, Jan 9 28 South - street. LORD AMHERS TS EMBA 66 Y TO CUltfA. L8T received and for sale bv E. VALEN - J TINE, 104 Broadway, (3d door below Pine - street) Journal of the proceedings of the late em hassy to China, comprising a correct narrative of the public transactions 01 the embassy ol the voyage to and from China, intersersedwith observations on the face of the country, the polity, moral character, and manners of the Chinese na tion, illustrated by a large map ; by Henry Ellis, uura commit sioner 01 uie emoassy, 1 vol. o vo. price $2 60. Letters from the Cape of Good Hope, in reply to Mr. Warden ; with extracts from the great work now compiling under the inspection of Napoleon. Characters of Shakespeare's Plays, by W. Hazlitt. Memoirs of Dr. Buchanan, l. 1). late vice prevostin the college of Fort William, in Bengal. Visiting and Address Cards engraved and print ed. Jan 24 WH EATON'S ITCH OINTMENT. THE long and successful use of this ointment is a sufficient recommendation, as it has been found to be a pleasant, safe and certain remedy for that disagreeable disease in all its sta ges. It is lor sale in the city or New - York, by J. A. Sz W. R. Post, No. 41 William - street; I. S I . dam, No. H5 Maiden - Lane ; H. ti. Schiefft lin & Co. No. 193 Pearl - street; Law. rence & Kene, No. 195 Pearl - street ; Hall k Bowne, 146 Pearl - street ; R. St L. Murray, 313 reari - otreet ; J. M. tfradhurst, 314 rearl - strect John Penford, No. 4 Fletcher - street ; Duryee & Poe, in Pearl - street; John C. Morrison, 188 Greenwich - street j John P. Fisher, ICS Broad way ; Walters Seaman, corner of Chamber - st and Broadway, and also in Chatham - street : and in short it may be procured at most of the Drug Stores in Uiti city Also in rmladeiphia, or 8. Withered k Sons : Georee Hanell . North It Ro xers, and almost all the druggists in the principal rowns in uie uoiiea states. WHEATON'S JAUNDldE BITTERS may be nad at ine above places. jan scz om T OARD A gentleman and his wife, and JLW three or four gentlemen, can be accom modated with board, by applying at SO Vesey. street jan 26 lw Juventie Hookt, Dtuected Moot, He. THE subscriber has still on hand, a general and pleasing assortment of books dr youth, dissected prints, maps, and cards of amusement, tor sale, wholesale or retail, at his store, No. 2 WiUiam - street. Purchasers of particular books, kc. will do well to apply early, as the numbers of some are low. Jan 26 2w THOMAS DARTON. TO PRI.riER S 11TANTED a quantity of type metal, for 7 T wnicn a fair price will be given, by COLLINS HANNAY, 230 Pearl - strceL Who have for sale, low, pica, small pica, long pruner, noopared and pearl, wmcn has been but little used, and type metal taken in payment. Jan 24 VliCAt TO OUARRYMEJf. J.1 OUR experienced Marble Quarrymen are JL wanted immediately. None need apply but those .perfectly acquainted with the bust ness ; to sttch constant employ and liberal wa ges will be given. Apply tn KZKA L.VUUUYT, 34 Beaver - street. TO LET. iS A small 3 - story fire proof STORE, Na 27 Moore - street, next to the corner South - st Possession given immediately. Apply as a - bore. nov 12 Pit H if MERINO WOOL, COTTONY A RJft SAT TtJfETTS. Stc. VTfTANTF.D, a quantity of merino wool ; also, T T cotton vara, particularly low numners. Proposals wui also be received lor maaugoi sai - tinetts. The manufacturer to be supplied with the materials, and the business to be rsaUered, prubably, permanent. A conimcl is also wanted, for the running of a cotton mill, of from 1 to 4000 spindles t the cotton to be supplied, and the yarn to be received a stipulated price. - Anp'T at 1 43 Pearl - street, upstairs. Ht23PstH . . - . .5 . . r . J it the - - - - w notice. fm Tharsdayevenins. St. Paul's Chorch will J be opened for Oivine Service, at seven o'clock, when an address will be delivered and a collection road for the benefit of the AUXILIA RY NEW - YORK BIBLE AND COMMON PRAYER BOOK SOCIETY. The members of the Handel and Haydn Society" have libe - rany volunteered tneir services 10 perrons me lonowin; piecrs on that occasion. Rec. Comfort ye my people Air - Every Valley - ' ' Chor. For unto as a child is born Air Pious orgies, pious airs Chor O Father, whose Almighty power Solo Sound an Alarm Chor. We hear, we hear ' Solo and Chor.' Sound the loud timbrel " ' ' . Rec. He measured the waters Air He layeth the beams i Duetto How beautiful . Chor. Break forth Into joy Air Aneels ever bright and fair ' Chor Then round about the starry throne Air The trumpet shall sound Air and Echo Strike the Cymbal. Should the weather prove unfavorable, tbe address, kc. will be postponed until the Tuesday following. ' By order of the Com. of Arrangements. N. B. Tbe members of the Handel and Haydn Society are informed that a rehearsal vtill take place in the church tomorrow (Tuesday) evening, at 7 o'clock. Punctual atlendace is particularly requested. Jan 26 MINOR THEATRE. Corner of Kroadway and Warren - street, MR. W. BLANCH A RD, thankful for the encouragement heretofore received, will this week exhibit to the public of this metropolis, his astonishine talents in Leeerdeinain The performance will also be attended with sut prising leats or Mr. Tamaquaha, the American Indian jugeler.whose powers and execution on the slack wire far surpass any other who has attempted the same. The performance will commence with Mr. Blanchard's executing tricks, which by their novelty win please a discerning audience. Master James Belmont is also engaged, who is un doubtedly considered one of the first in his pro - festion. His ground and lofty tumbling will please and amuse the public. For particulars see the bills of the day. The whole to conclude with the comic Kene ol the Dwarf Dance. Tbe theatre has been neatly htted up for the convenience of company. 1 er formance to begin at half past 7 o'clock. Admittance, front seats 50 cents; back seats 25 ; Children half price. Tickets to be had at the Thea tre. A select Band of Music is engaged to enli ven and exhiiirate the whole. - Janz6lwt A CARD. (Ij MR3. DF.LAGE, Milliner from Paris, has the honor of informing the Ladies of this city, that she has just opened a small case of the latest winter Hats received from Paris. No. 60 Reed - street, 4 doors from Broadway, jan 22 lw GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY ffr - The annual election for Directors will be held at the office of the Company, No. 55 Wall - street, on Monday, the second day of February next. The poll to open at 12 and close at 2 o'clock. By order 01 the President, RICHARD DUNN, Jun. Sec'ry. Jan 21 tFel) 2 EAGLE MARCPAXTURinO CtUSfAST. tjT The stockholders ol the Eagle Manufacturing Company are requested to meet at the Bank Coflee House, corner of Pise and William - streets, on Thursaav. the 29th Jan. init. at seven o'clock P. M. on buiiuess of great importance 10 the concern. Jan 22t29 ff7 - The creditors of Mrs. SYDNEY HEW ITT are requested to send in their accounts, re gularly proved, at or before 1st day of February next. 10 nir. dliAIe no. a law nuiiaines. lor the purpose of having them settled agreeably to arrangement. AH persons neglecting to preduce their claim at 10 o'clock in tbe forenoon of that day, will be excluded from a participation of the fund which is to oe appueo lor ine settlement 01 ner at dis. Kew - iorK, January lth, 1B1B. K, vDIIHBIT 19111, IOIU. GEORGE GIBBS,) AmiVb. JOSHUA bECOR, Aenees. Jan 19 12t : TAKE NOTICE. ftr All persons having demands against, and Uiose indebled to ine estate 01 1 rrnnam nesrerm. MTo!rerreqU!l ted Jan 19 818 ' VVall - .trcet. Da - I , . wtmifna n . . . . 1. 11 . Ill; I ft! TI . ANN ROGERS, Executrix Jan 21 dim CITY ASSEMBLY. ftV The Manaeers five notice that the next Assembly will lake place on Thursday, the 29th, inst. jan z TO JOURNEYMEN PRINTERS. ffr - Five or Six COM POSITERS, are want ed at the Type t ouoory in ueacn - sueei. jan 24 3t ; FOR ENGLAND, DIRECT. rT7 Letters for His Britannic Majesty's Pack et PRINCESS ELIZABETH, (for Falmouth, direct) will be received at the Post - Office till Wednesday afternoon, the 9 th day of February. janZ4 I w. Mount., Agent. BTACK WELL'S ISLAND FOR SALE. I T ia situated about five miles from the city. 1 and contains about 1 15 acres of land of tbe best quality, with s good dwelling house, barn, kc. Possession may be had the 1st May, or ear - Her. if reaiured. Most of the purchase money may remain on bond and mortessre. for a number of years. For further particulars, enquire on the nrvmitpi. or of ADAMS St Jan 22 BLACKWELL, 175 Pesrl - street CAMPAGNES MEMOHABLES DES FRAN CAIS, TIN Fjrvpte en Italic en Hollande en Alia - lj gaaque, en rrusse, eo rouro, to upuw, M ' ' - n ' I I. - en Rassic, en Saxe, etc par F. Roullion, peut. rhnnoe neuDh. a son tour, a brille sur la terre. Par lea lois, par les arts, et surtout par la guerre Volt. Th abote work ia two volumes folio, compri sing aa account of the late wars in iMirope, em he hahed with unwardS Ol IOITV cieEaus zvmrm - inn amnnr which are renreseotaiions ine distinguished battles, fought at Austeriits, ma - rengo, Moscow, Leipsic, Ac. Ac. kc. with the portraits of the principal characters concerned, - nj - 7 . . ..... ... - just received from Pans, and for sale by PETER A.MESIER, Jan 26 lw No. 23 Wall - street SPLENDID LOTTERY. OBERT WAITE, Jun. has the pleasure of ihforming his numerous friends and customers, that he has made a considerable contract in the Authorized bv the States of New - York and VfwJfPtM. j ... ... . . . I To commence drawing uie am may, anu w i be completed in Twists Dais, BCtteMt.. prixe of 70.000 Dollars do 35,000 do , do 10,000 do do 5,000 do do 1,000 do do 500 do do ,0 do do 30 do 3386 Prises not two Blanks to a Prixe. Only Ten Thousand Tickets. Tickets 30 1 Quarters - $7 60 II. Ires 15 1 Eighths 3 75 Two tickets ia this lottery may gain tbe enor soas oft 105,000. Trus circumstance alooe reuders it superior to every other lottery in tbe United States. Tbe object of this lottery is to facilitate the intercourse between Uie western parts of the state of New - York and this city. As has a tendency to Increase tbe resources and wealth of a state and city already prs - miohlin union, it will doubtless meet with tbe appro bation and encouragement Of all the atiscns. ROBERT WAITE, Jean. ' Jan 23 tf 134 Broadway. 1 i and PUBLIC SALES' ' 11 linn ' 1, ' BY P. L. MILLS St CO. Wednesday, 28th, : " Xtt oclockattbe T.C. H.that valuable thrrd ttory brick house and rot No. 118 PearUtreet now occupied by Messrs Arthur' Tappan It Co. This property fronts on the most pleiant part of Pearl - street, and is a convenient and agreeable resilience connected with a store In the centre of busiurss For particulars apply to the auctioneers, or at No. 30 Wall - ttreeL Thursday, 29th hurt. IX o'dlork, at the auctiou room, 148 Pearl - st. a general aMorlrutnt of fresh imported drycoods. Nil o'clock, at the t!c.H. " Tiie 4 story ftre proof store, corner of Sloat. laue ia the rear of No. 119 Pcarl - st. The eel - , lar is bf tiie whole size of the house, and perfectly dry at all times the garret is very roomy and will conuin storage at a considerable amount. lis timbers fouk, the roof slate, and every other material of Uv best kind it has strong partition walls, and my be used for two stores with a very trifling expeee. This place was built by the late Mr. Gov neur, ana is in every respect as substantial a store as any in this city. Its immediate vicinity to the centre of business, renders U pectw liarly convenient to ay who require an extern sive and safe ware - house, connected with their counting - room. .. ' BY FRANKLIN ttMINTURIT, To - morrow, . ,' , ' At XII o'clock, at the T. C. M. The two houses and lots of ground, Nos. 78 - and 80 tUvtngtoa - street. the lots each 25 sset front and 75 deep ; the houses two - story, with V good front cellars; cellar kitchens, &c. 2 rooms on the first Boor with pantries between and wide airy halls, 1 room 00 the second with t pantries . and a good garret each house has an alley . through the yard, where there ie grass plants, . cisterns, tic. Ice. - ' Also, that valuable lot of ground belondirtg to the estate of Herman Johnson, dec. being No. 30 Roosevelt - street, 25 feet front and rear, and 100 feet ep on each side. The buildings on it rent for upwards 01 $400 per annum. The title is indisputable, being derived frtra Leonard Lis - penard to James Myers, 1785, and conveyed by him to H. Johnson in 1793 Sold by order of H. Johnson's executrix. Terms at the day of sale. The title may be known by applying to J. Nitchie 38 Broad - street.' LEAH CORWIN, Executrix of II. Johnson: Thursday, 29th insL XII o'clock, at the T. C. H. the 4 houses and ; lots Nos. 543, 545,547 and 549 Pearl - street, directly opposite the Scotch Presbyterian Church, each lot 25 feet front and rear ud 100 feet in - dejith. ' At the same time,' the elegants story brick hoose and lot No. 67 Chamber st.eet, This house and lot are held under a lease from St. James Church for 30 years, from 27th March, ' 1814. The lot is 25 feet front, 475 feet in depth. Great part of the purchase money may remain on mortgage. At the same time the boute and lot of ground No 49 Franklin - street, owned ai d occupied by - John Lagear, with the lot in the rear fronting on Leonard - street. The two lots being 200 feet ia depth and in front on Franklin - street 24 leet, and in front on Leonard - street 27 feet. At 1 o'clock, in Uie dining room oi the Merchants' Hotel, (if not previously disposed of at, private sale) nine yeurs unexpired leuse from 1st of May next, of that spacious and very elegant establishment now occupied by 8. D Gibson, in Wall - street, well known as the Merchants Hotel, which for convenience as a boarding house. and lor orocee, is nardiy equalled in wis country t together with the stables, store - houses, c For terms and particulars apply at the bar of the Hotel. Possesion at any time between tbe 1st February and 1st May. Friday, 30th Inst. 12 o'clock. T. C. 11. tbe bouse and lot No. 52 Maiden - hnne ; a well known and long established stand for business, belonging to the estate of the late Robert Curtis, being to settle the estate with the heirs. The sale will be peremptory. Terms, lie may be known by applying as above and at the time of sale. - At the same time, the lot of grooud No. 559 Pearl - street, the 4Ui lot above the Scotch Presbyterian Church, near Broadway, being 25 feet . - frotl, ftld rer and 100 eet d - p. Al, the house and lot of Jround No. 8 Anthon'v.,t. five doori from ifrosdw.v, t.inmir f mnnn with fir nlyi - .M - the lot ia 25 taininr 6 rooms with fire places the lot is 25 feet front and rear and 51 feet 5 inches deep on one side and 53 feet S inches on the other side. ...... BY HONES & TOWN. - Saturday, 31st of January, at IS o'clock at the Tontine Corvee House. SHERIFFS SALE. BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias to me directed and delivered, I will expose to sale at the Tontine Coffee House, en Saturday, the 31st day of January next, at 12 o'clock at noon, all the right, title and interest of John Kane, of, in and to all that certain LOT, piece or parcel of LAND with the buildings thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the second ward, in the city of New - York, now in the occupation of tbe said John Kane, bounded as follows, vis. in front on Pearl - street twenty - five feet, on the northeasterly side by the boose or lot now or lately owned oy isaac Burr, and now occupied by Stephen Gorbass. two hundred feet, on the southwesterly side by the house and lot of around now occupied by James Amory two hundred feet, and ee the rear bv Cliff street twenty - five feet, be the same more 0r leu i together with all and singular the appur . . . . ,ris tenances thereunto belonging or so anywise ap pertaining. Dated, New - York, Decerniber 19 IB17. jninto u. i)Uiii ouciui. dec 19 td . The above premises consist of a 3 - story brick . rfwelllnr house, with a brick back building ad - ioinina and communicating therewith, 2 It 1 - t J. . 0. I I 'll .1 I tt, stories nign, ana ouiii in ine niuuera bijib hi, whole extending ninety - three feet from front to rear, and cootaioinx 0 rooms with fire places, 3 other rooms without, and garret rooms for servants, a larsre store with a spacious cellar ander - neath, both completely shelved, and well adapted for an extensive dry good business, lbs kitchen is spacioos and near it is an excellent ul Aat trault. with si aery convenient cool larder ; both buildings have slated roos ia excellent condition, la the yard is a well of fine water, and also a very capacioM stone cistern, with other conveniences too numeroas tot aa advertisement - i - i:r.s ' la the rear of this lot and is a new 3 story brick ore. built as a felling hoose. with his:h ceilings and twostacks of chrm - nersicaa be finished at a small expense, suits - UeVr a genteel family. A tiie street bas fete - - i . .Ti.i.,1. the situation has become a ve - ry pleasant and a very eligible ont, The lots are suiactentir - nr w . - r - - tenements. . . m r Thr n remise i snay be viewed every day from It till 2 o'clock P. M. ii n wiw.w. r i - - it is believea n large proponx. oi ue mooey mK. ttmHn on mortgage a number w years. New - York. Jan. U, 1818. tFebl VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS AT AUCTION. rpO be sold on the t?tb inst. at the T. C. H. J. two vacant lots of ground in Water - streets between Burling slip and r ulton - streeu ALSO, , Twelve lots of ground ia Water, Front and SouUi - streets, west side Walnut - street, at present uccapied by Formaa Cbeesraan, as ship yard. As a ferry is to he established from Walnut - street to Long Island, this property will ceo - seqnently be much enhanced in value. Maps of tbe property may be seen at (he auction room of Messrs. ,,,, - , - , FRANKLIN ft MlNTURN. Terms liberal and made known at the sale. Jan 24 3t AT AUCTION, BY BLEETKER ft BIB BY, WEDNESDAY 28th, at tbe Tontine Coffee House, at 12 syctock, the houses lots 11 and 163 WiUiam - street. A map of the premises may be seen at tb auctioneers office. Terms at sale. r'; ' JsnM fct i

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