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. .IN CHANCERY , j State of New - York, m. ' IN pnrtoanee of a decretal order of UiU honcra. ble curt, bearing date the 7th day of July last, will be sold at rniblir. auction, lit the Ton tine OinVe Houie, In the city of Mew - 1 ork, un - der the direction of the nWnl'W, ai one of the master of mi court, oa Tkurwday, the 6th day ol January next, at (skiVc o'clock at noon, - all that certain Muck, or piece of ground and toil . ander water, to bo aiade land and eround. out of tiie norm or uaasoii - s mver, situate, lying ana beiup between w asrangton - street and a certain new street of seventy feet in breadth, to be made "renting on the said North River, called West - " street, and it hoended a follow : north - easterly and f asterl v by Liberty street I north - westerly nd westerfy by West - street aforesaid; southwesterly and westerly ir Cedar - street, and .smith - easterly nod - easterly by Washington street : containing ia breadth oa Washiatjtoo .street and West - street oue hundred and ten feet . . H nivin . . ..... piuiig wv j . - - one hundred and seventy - seven le - t, ana aiong Od;.r street one hundred and seventy - two feel" l together with the aprwrtmatKs, 'subject nevertheless ti the rent, covenant, restrictions and "agreements to which (aid premise are subject. ia favor of the corporatism of the city of New - York, a imposed, reserved and created by them. DatedNov. Mth, 1817. JAMES A. HAMILTON. '".'. r . - . M. im t :hnrrv - i Note The tale of the above property ii postponed to Friday, the 30tb instant, at eleven - o'clock, A. M. at the tame place. It will besold in Iota or parcel, and on liberal terms, which nay be known by applying at the Masters oftV, No. 3 Law Buildings i where' a nap of the pre - Inise may be teen. January 8th, 1818. - Mn nia i " IN CUANCfJlY. Stole ofJftvhYerk. is. TN nursn anre of a decretal order of thisbono - 1 ruble court, bearing date the 10th day of November, in Uie year 1817, will be told at public auction, at trie l online UoBee jinute, in ine city ot New - York, on Wednesday, the seventh day of Janaary pest, at twelve o'rfock, noon, all thai lot. ui.ee or sarcel of rround. aitaate in Uie fourth ward of the ritr of New York, on the corner of Jlierry and Uover - strett, bounded nortliweu erly ia Iront on Cherry - street, northeasterly by ground belonging to Maria Osgood, southeasterly in the rear by ground now or late the property oi Doctor Joseph Young, and southwesterly by Dover - street ; and is now known and distinguished by hoore and lot number two Cherry - street, and house number one Dover - ttrect ; contain ing In breadth, in front and rear., twenty seven feet and sis inches, and in leneth on each aide one hundred and even feet, be the same mire or less ; togcthr r with the appurteuances Dated Decemhe' 17th, 1817. . . .. . James a. Hamilton, Master in Chancery, dec 17 tawtSOlhD dti - . ftT" The sale of the above Dropertv is post - rmined to the 19th instant, at tiie same hour and place. Dated January 7, Vi 18. - ' JAMES A. HAMILTON, - Jan7dtds Master in Chancery. The ile of the above property is postponed to the tttb instant, at the aaene hoar and place. Dated Jan. 19(h, 1818. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jan19dtrl ' Master ia Chancery. IN UiANCL'KY. ittate of New York, ss IN pursuance of a decretal order of thi honorable Coart, will lie sold at public auc tion,' at the Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New York, under the direction of the subscriber, as one of the misteri of this honorable court, on THURSDAY, the twt - oty - niiith day of January int - at 12 o'clock at noon, alt that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, situate on the easterly ide of Bnaditau. in the sistb ward of Uie city Of New York, known as Number 350, bounded as follows : ueauimnj at Uie corner of u roadway and Leoo.rd strt. thence running norther ly and upon Broadway thirty feet anil is inches, to a houe hclniging to and occupied bv btcjihea Trice, Ksq'tire, tlieuce easterly along the taute and parallel to l - ermard street, on hundred and sevsnty five lei - t Id Uenon - stn et, thence southerly ami upon Benson - street, thirty feet sis inch - to Leonard - street, tlience westerly and apen Leonard - street, cae hundred and seventy - lire feet totb 4ace of negiaaing ; with the appurtenances. Dated the 7tt day of January, oue thousand eight hundred and eighteen. ; JAMES A. HAMILTON. - Jaa 7 tils Master in Chancery. IN CHANCERY. Main Xew - York, St. 1 N purseance of a dec ret al order of this hopora 1 ble court, will be sold at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the city 'if New York, on the 31st dav of January lost, at It o'clock in the forenoon, al) that certain house and lot of ground, situated in the - ity of New - YorU, at the corner of Cedar and William - street, and known and distinguished as bouse ' No. t3 William - street : saiit lot being ia breadth in front and rear f 5 feet 3 inches, and in length on Cedar treet 91 feet 10 inches ; and on the southwesterly aide about ninety three feet, more or less. Al so, all that certain other lot of ground adjoining the lormer, and fronting on v uiinm street ; De ing in br adlh in front il feet 10 inches, and in rtar 14 feet 2 inche i leaving an off - set or break on the southwest side of two feet four inches ; and in k ngth on the northeasterly side about 93 feet ; and on Uie southwesterly side 94 feet 4 inches, he the same more or less. Together with all una lingular, the heredit itiitnts and appurte nances thereunto belonging. P. 6. HILDRETH. Jan 1.1 Manteritit.'hanccry. IS CHANCERY. , Stale of AVu - Tort, is. TN pursuance of a decretal order of this honors - 1 ble court, bearing date the sixteenth day of January iotunt, will be fold, at public auction, at the Tontine fjofjee Hotie, in the city ol ftew York, under Uie direction of Uie subscriber, at one of the maotei ot this court, on Saturday the 31st of January itstani, at twelve o'clock, noon, all Uiat certaia lot, piece, or parcel oi gmund, situ ate, lying and b. iug in the second ward of the city oi iNcw - iora, atorecaid, on the northerly side of William - street, at the corner of John - street ; bounded southerly hy William - street, easterlr by John street, northerly by properly of James W. Kobmson, and westerly by property ty oi Mrs. Moore, containing in Iront and rear, nineteen feet five inches, in length, on John stret4, bty - ooe feet nine tockes, - end ia length on the property of Mr. Moore fifty - two feet eleven inch tie the same more or nss, with the appur tenances. Dated Janaary 17th, ISIS. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jan 17 did ' Master in Chancery. IN CHANCERY. ' State of New - York.. IN pursuance of a decretal order of this honora ble totnt, will be told at public am tion, at the Tontioe Cuff t House in the city of ,New - Yori(, under ll di. tctioo of the subscriber, as one of the masters ol tins court, on Saturday, the four - ttcr.tliday ofrcl.ruary twit, at twelve o'clock at noon, all that certain houw and lot of rround, situate on the westerly side of Nassau street, in unni want m ine city of ISew.Ynrk, ann Known numrjerai, DQunueiiKs t rfiows : eas erly in Iront by Massaq - street. westerly in tle vj fjn.(rriy ari memz in .nr. Iiaac .Meart nortncriy liy Mr. liodgkinson's Tavern, and aouttierly rj pmperty of Mr?, hlitaheui Giron Tourt, t nutiiining in breadUi in iront and r,, twenty five feet, in length on the Loitherly side cne hun - inul and twelve feet four inches, and on ine southerly side one Hundred and ten feet ten inches, be Uie sanaemoreor less j together with all and singular the hereditaovnts and aiipurtc - nances thereunto belonging. Dated the il day RICHARD I. WELLS, Master in Chancery NoTK The terms of the sale will heat lol lows : 10 per cent on the day of safe, 15 per cent on Dieurttday or May next, at which time deed will be executed aud possessi&a given ; the reri'fce to be paid in seven years, with interest half yearly, secured by a bond and mortgage oa lae premises me nous w ne inu'eo ny tise purrhaicrfrom the said first diy of May until the pan has money and intere! Uicreon ipaid, and the poticy to he transiisi red to the m irti:age 1 or lufther particular apply si the master's of - c, Ne. 50 fae - sHt Ja23d3w Treasury T3aafaMat, 11th June, 1817. . A - V Ui TIT E l hr - hs - ireji. that Jeraet IneoijiteComtulflioneTaor the Sinking Fund, held on the 14th day of March. 1817, it wa deters oed that the provisions of the swt entitled M An act to croride for the redemption of the nuhlic debt." passed on tha 3d dav. of Marcr. 1817. ihould be carried into effect a far as the same might be practicable ; and that, in pursu - ance of the taid resolution, Lynde Catnn, rasn ier of the office of ditcouot and depoiit at New York, hat been aoDointed arent. ander tht u perinteodance of the aeeretary of the treasury, to make purchase of aloe k of the United State witiiin the limits preacrihed by law : and to whom an oenoo aesirous oi oisposidk i men uh.b will make application WILLIAM H. CRAWFORD, Secretary of the Treafury. ; Office of Discount and Deposit,) iew - York, Jane 1, 1817. J Information iatietvbv riven, that incur saaace of the preceding notice and authoiitj.tr rob riber i ready to receive proposals ana to treat with any prraon for the purchase of Funded . . . r .V - . rT - . 1 o.. . . ' It - . I I ' - . utni oi uie uniieo oiaies wnnio uie unuu pre sent a or we ncr. aoove reierrea io. ' I.VMIF. i:TI.N Je 17 dtJI ftlawtf IN CHAiNCLHY. llenrv kford. 1 ' ;. ' - .' Stale offCew - YoiL ss. Jane Week and others. . x N pursuance ol a decretal order of this bonora - bie court, made in the above cause, will be sold at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee - House, in the city of New - York, on Monday, the ninth day of February nest, at IS o'clock at noon of that day, under Uie direction and super - mtendance or the subscriber, oneol the masters oi this court All that certain lot, piece, or par cel of ground, situate lying and being in Uie se - vtnth ward of New - York, and partoi the real estate of bbeneier Young, deceased, ' apd to the northward of Cherry - street, and between that and Lomhaidy - street ; bounded southerly 'partly oa ground now or late in possession of George Feck, partly by a gangway of eight feet, and partly oy Ebenezer Young' property, now or late in uie occupation or Llisba Blossom ; westerly by Isaac Claaon ; northerly by Khcnezer Young, Junior ; and easterly by J oh i binclair; containing in breadth Uiroughout fifty lect nine inches : and in leneth on both side eishty nine feet ; and also the right to, or privilege, of all that certain gangway of eight feet in width, leading from t - berry - street to Uie ground hereby com eyed, with the absolute right of pasting and repassing at all times through said gangway, with horses, carts, carriage, loaded and unloaded, at pleasure. And also, all that certain lot of ground, situate, lying and being in the said seventh ward of the city aforesaid, on the north side of Cherry - treet ; bounded southerly in front by Cberry - street, aforesaid ; northerly in the rear by ground late of Sarah Raiobird, and formerly belonging to Kbrneser Young, of the city aforesaid, deceased ; easterly by a gangway of eizht feet in breadth and westerly by ground now or late of iiwil vianfo i vmildlimig; ill itrngiu oil ctM.ll viuc one hundred feet, and in breadth, in front and rear, each twenty five feet ; which twenty fiie feet include the one half part of the said gangway, and also the vte ana privilege of the said gangway, in common with the proprietor of the lots of land adjoining thereto ; and whirh said gangway is to be, and remain, a common gang way or passage lor the uses .aforesaid ; which said lot oi' ground is part of Uie real estate where - efth said rjbenezcr Young, decease!, was seized in fee at Die time of his death ; and which was ?;iven and devised to Sarah, the wne of Jobn tainbird, in ami by the last will and testament of Uie said Llienezer Young, and by the said John and Sarah conveyed to William Weeks. i'rtgi the r with all and singular, the edifices, biiililirigs, right, members, privileges, heredita ments and appurtenances tiiereuiito belonging or in any wise apiertaining. Dated New - Yurk, January Oth, 1U18. WILLI A 31 or.Ail AiV, Matter in Chancery. ian 9 lawSw&dtd CIlAiNCLItY. . State of Aetr. 1 'ork. N pursuance of an order of this honorabV court, will he told at public auction at the Tontiut Coffee House, in the city of New - York, uudi r the direction ol the subscriber, on the Svlhdayoi November, instant, at ELEVEN O'CLOCK, in the forenoon, ail those certain lots, pieces or par cels of ground, situate, lying and being in the tilth ward of 'he city omew - xork, nt the touui - West corner of Wasluncton and Liiighl - streels.Dnst running southwardly along Wa huieton - slrcet 62 leei o lurnen, lo grouuo oi joiiu jacuu ixtvir, thence west wardlv alone said Astor's ground 100 leet, to ine water ; uiem e noruiwaraiy oz icei o inches to iaignt street ; thence eastwaraiy aiun Laight - street 100 feet, tothe place of beginning bounded northerly bv Laight - street, eaitwardly by Washington - street, souuiwantly cy grouna oi John Jacob Astor, and westwanny oy the water. And also, all those certain other lots, pieces or parcel oi grouna, situnie, lying ana oeinj in ine said filth ward of Uie city of New York," at the southeast corner of Washington and - Laight. streets, and running southwardly along Waslung. ton - street 7& leet, to ground ot John Jacob As tor t thence eastwardly alone his eround 80 feet, to other ground of Uie said John Jacob Atnr ; thence northwardly along said ground 75 feet to Laigtit - atrei t ; thence westwardly along Laiglit - street 80 leet to Uie plai.e f beginning ; bounded northerly by Laight - street, weitwsrdly by Wasb - inston - street i southwardly, and eastwardly by ground of John Jacob Astor. And also all those certain other lots, pieces or parrels of ground, situate, lying and lieing in Uie said firth ward ol the city of Mew - iork, 15 lect distant irnm we the southwest corner of Laight and Greenwich streets ; thence running southwardly along Green wich - street oO leet to ground of thence westwardly along said ground 80 feet to srouud o' John Jacob Astor; thence northwardly 50 feet, along (awl Astor's ground, to otner round of the said John Jacob Astor; thence eaitwardly along said ground 80 feet to Green wich - street, the place ot beginning; nonnoea northerly and westwardly by ground of John Ja cob Astor. southwardly by ground of , and eattwardlv bv Oreenwith - street. Ana also all those certain other lots, piece or paresis of ground, situate, lying and being in the said ntth ward nfthe city of New - York, at the northwest corner of Greenwich - street and Beach - street thence tinning northwardly along Greenwich street 1GO feet to ground of Joseph Hewton thence westwardly along the ground of said Jo eph ISewton loll leet to Wnslnnelon - streei 'hence southwardly along Washington - street 100 f.et to Beach - street ; tlience eastwardly along Ueara - streei iou ten io ine pi are oi Beginning brine one half Uie block wliichhe between Green1 wich. Wasliinrton. Hubert and Beach - sL And also all those certain other lots, pieces or parceii of rround, situate, lying and being in the said filth ward ot the city of ?lew - York, at the northwest corner of W ashmeton and Beach - streets ; thence running northwardly along Washington - street 100 teet in ground of josepn .ewion; inence west wardlv alone the rround of the said Joseph New ton 232 feet I inch to West street ; thence south. ward'v along Wet - street 100 feet to Beact i reel : tlience eastwardly along lieach street S34 feet to the place of tieginning ; heing one hall Uie olOCH or square wiuui iiit ui - ikccu . aau ington. West, Hubert, and Beich - stieet ; to gethcr wiUi Uie hereditaments ami appurtenan ees la the same, and every parcel thereof belonz inrorrn anywise appertaining. Dated Nov. 4tb, 1817. THOMAS BOLTON, ' . , . 1 asicr in vnaw - err For terms ofeale which will be liberal, enquire ol the master. No. 44 rme - street, where a map of the oremisr may beseeo. 1 ne atmve win oe sold inseoarate lots. nov 4 lawtl9dt The sale of Uie above property is postponed to the 10th day of February next, at the same hour ana place, uated iov run, inn. THOMAS BOLTON, Master in Chancery noy 27 lawtFSdts BUICKWELVS ISLi.VI) FVti SAJ.lf. IT is sit - jated about five railes Irvm tiie city, and rontains about 1 15 aa - ivs of lalul of the best oeahty, wit n a good dwelling house, barn, ice. PossessKomay r bad the 1st May.orrar - Ifer, if required. Most of the purchase money may remain nt) bond and moif gage, fur a number of veara. For furtlirr mrimilm n....iM n tk I premises, or of 1 ADAMS & BLAChTWELL, I JaatX 175 Penl - UrecL i vArt, - in cuancerV. j - - ; - ' state oiJVttt - TV, to. IN1 rmriuanre of a decretal order of (hit boao - mble court, wilt be told at ouhhe auctiuo. at the Toiitiue Coffee House, in the city of New - York, oiKiir the direction oi tiie' tuMcriber, ai one oi thi mailt rt of ttiit court, on Wedoctday, the lfilhda rfFehruarv next, at 1? o'clock, noon, " AH Jial.certAin lot of ground, utaato in the seventh ward M the city of Mew - York l bounded aortberlv in front bv Liviaioa - tret. aoatberly in the rear by a lot oi ground belonging to Daniel Cot niff, westerly by a lot of ground belonging to Ann Uder. and easterly by a tot of grouna IU IfUIOCUUI ftVIWMIU,, VV'UUHIIIUq breadth in Iront and rear, each twenty sis feet, and in lenctb on each tide, sixty three feet aix inches , and the use of a ganway of eight feet wide, leading from the said lot into Harman - ttreet, in com noon With the proprietor of the lots of ground adjoining Uie said gMgwa ; with the appurtenancea. Dated Jaa. V, tSiZ.i' i JAiWJUa A. MABllLilU.it, Jan S7 2awtF10dt Master in Chancery. IN CHANCERY. Stale tf Jfete - Yorkfis. IN Duriuance of a decretal order of Uiis honor' able court of chancery, bearing date tiie nine teenth cay of January, instant, will tie sold at nablic auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New - York, under the direction of the tutxcriiier, a one oi the misters oi uns court, on the seventeenth. day of February nest, at IS o'clock at noon all that certain lot of ground, situate in the 8th ward of the city of New - York, and known and distinguished on a map or chart of ground late of Anthony Bowrosan, made by Charles Loss, city surveyor, or by lot number 401, hounded westerly in fronthy Sullivan - street, easterly in the rear by ground now or late ia the possession of llolden and others, northerly ny ioi No. 4UU. latelv so Id to Mumarest and jonnton. and southerly by lot No. 402, now or late belonging to the said Anlhony Bowrosnn, containing in breadth in (rout and rear, each twenty five leet, and in length on each side, oneTiundreJ feet, with uie appurtenances. Dated J anuary 2btn. l B 1 . J A A. 11 .1 1 1 L. 1 U.l , Master in Chancery. Jan S7 Saw9F8cdts ACADEMY AT BhLLEVILLE, N - J. rTMHS institution will be opened on the lint .L day of April nest, under the direction of JAMES STRYKEK, A. M. as principal there of. The course of instruction will embrace all the branches preparatory to a collegiate education, as well as those which are necessary forlhe ir.er chant, the larmer, and Uie mechanic, vis : A grammatical knowledge oi the cngush, L,atin and Greek languages, arithmetic, mathematics, antientand modern Geography, iucluding the use of globes and maps, ancient and modern histor) , natural and moral philosophy, composition, book keeping, reading, writing, 4:c. t he terms of tuition lor day scholars in Uie lowest branches, will lie two dollar per quarter, and will not exceed live dollar per quarter, in any of the higher. To tlioe at a distance, who are desirous of sending their children to this healthy and beau - tilul villace for instruction, Uie principal otters to receive into his own family, a select numoer, who will be educated and boarded, (including washing and mending) at 'the rate of $160 pet annum. it is reuuested that those who intend to send their children to Uie day school attached to uie institution, will give early notice. In ottering this seminary to public notice, the trustees entertain a hope, that the beneficial p poses contemplated in itsestablishmeut. will I ur not - - - .. ... lie defeated from the want or public patronage. For the ability of their principal to fulfil the im - nnrtant task he has undertaken, thev refer to the subjoined recommendation ; aod he will employ no ushers or assistants, but such as shnll he most satisfactorily recommended and duly qualified. To the inhabitants of Uie village and its vicinity, they oiler a well regulated school, for the in struction ol their ynutu, a unng much wanted and long desired ; and to strangers, the advanta ges of education in a place aamiratiiy adapted lor ne purpose, oy us nearness io, ann aany communication with New - York, and its ac knowledged superiority in point of bealui and beauty. - hey. $taat Van Stntvoord, Abraham Cadinns, i0:!1." Trustees. rfuilies rioruuionci, Ezekiel Wade, Jonathan Tomokins. Ocllcvile, December, 1817. RICOH Kit PATIO Of Mr. Slryker, the Principal, by P. Wilson, L. iu. U. rrolessor ol Languages in iolumnia Colleee. " This eentleman is an Allumnus of Columbia College, and received a considerable part of his instrui tion from me. 1 am therefore well ac - ouaioted wiUi his talents and have no hesitation in declaring him fully cnpable of fulfilling the task be has undertaken, with credit to hiinseli and benefit to the community." (Signed) r. wtuaiui. jja 9 lawtfd&c TO PHI YTF.R S WANTED a quantity of type metal, for T f which a fair price will be given, by COLLINS lc II ANNA Y, 230 Pearl - street. Who bave tor sale, low, pica, small pica, long primer, nonpareil and pearl, which has been but little used, and type metal taken in payment. Jan 24 D&C4t . LOUD. 1MI1 BUSTS EMBASSY TO i VULVA. LST received and lor sale by E. VALEN 1INK, 104 Broadway, (3d door below Pine .1 street1) Journal of Uie proceeding ol the late em' Dassy to China, comprising a correct narrative oi the public transactions ot me einnassy oi tne voy - nge to nnd from China, interspersed with observation, nn the (ace of' the couutrv. the Polity. moral character, and manner of tiie Chinese nation, illustrated by a large map ; by Henry Ellis, third commiasiooer ol the emaassy, I vol. u vo. price Jt2 50. tellers irom uie inpeoi oooa nope, in repiy to Mr. Warden ; with extracts trom the great work now compiling under the inspection of Na poleon. ' . . r.. . - M - nt Characters oi cnaa'SDenre' rinvs, ny v Hazlitt. Memoirs of Dr. Buchanan. I. 1). late vice prevost in Uie college of Fort William, in Bengal. V iiiling and Address cards engraved and print ed, janx - i WH EATON'S ITCH OINTMENT. THE long and successful use of this ointment is a sufficient recommendation, as it has been found to he a pleasant, safe and certain re tnedy for that disagreeable disease in all its sta es. It is lor sale in ine city of rew - 1 orw, ny . A. & f. R. Post, No. 41 William - street; I. & T. Clark, No. 85 Maiden - Lane ; II. H Schicff. lin il Co. No. 193 Pearl - street: Law rence tl Krese. No. 195 Pearl - street : Hall Bowne, 146 Pearl street ; R. U L. Murray, 313 Pearl - street : J. M. Brartliurst, 314 rean - sireei John Penford. No. 4 Fletiher - street ; Duryee I Poe, in Ptnrl - street ; John C. Morrison, 188 Greenwich street - , John P. Fisher, 100 Broad way : Walter & Seaman, corner of Chamber - st and Broadway and also in Chatham - street : and in short it maybe procured at most of the Drug Stores in '.his city Also in Philadelphia, of S. Withered i Sons ; George Hartell ..North & Ro gers, and almost a'l the druggists in the principal towns in the United States. I.IKE WI4C, WHEATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be had at the above places. jan 22 6m . NOTICE, TIIE co - partnership heretofore existing between the subscribers, under the firm ol Buckley il Abbalt, it this day dissolved, by rou tual consent. The affairs of the eonctrn will be settled hy Thomas Buckley, 153 South - street New - York, 1st mo. 10, 1813. THOMAS BUCKLEY, ROBT. ABBATT, jun. THOMAS BUCKLEY, having taken his too JOHN LAWRENCE BUCKLEY, into copartnership, the Commission basinets will be continued oa Uieir account, ender Uie firm of THOMAS BUCKLEY SON. 1 bo 14 la' lYtJlGtStlOX OR SOUR STOMACIl. IS sckoowfedged by medical writers to Ml complaint ol stubborn kind, and at all times very difficult of cure; This is sufficiently illustrated in tlditappointmenl of those who enfor - natety suffer nader it, as ttiey, for the most part, l that ftr hat inr tried many thinrs to little or no purpose, they are at last obliged to use (for perna uw remainoer oi nir nu nun.ir. enn at best bat palliate the disease. Under rucb circumstances, any medicine capable of remo ving U complaint, must surely be an artiof highly deserving the attention ol all those who are afflicted with it ; such a combination is to to met with in Dr. MM IPS JUtTl - DX SEPTIC or STOMACH FILLS the success ol which ha never yet been equalled, for the cure of dyspepsia in its most complicated form, such a loss of appetite, nausea, heart burn, natulen - rv. knawine oaio in Uie stomach, pain in the side, great ioitirenes, paleness in the counte - J nance, languor, low new oi suims, um in head, virtigo or giddiness, and disturbed sleep. Whoever applies these puis in tne aoove disease, arrorrfinjr Io the directions, will never be disap pointed, as Uiey have never been once known to fail in producing radical and permanent cure The use of a single bos will convince the most unbelieving of their efficacy. Ti.ey wUI most effectually remove all sourness of the stomach, not merely by neutralizing the acid, but by correcting that morbid state of the secretions which give rise to it, and nt the same time will restore to the debilitated organs of digestion, that tone and vigour which is absolutely necessary te the well being of the animal economy. To be had at Brook k Carle's, Pearl - street, atJ. C. Morrison's, Greenwich - street, and at Hull 1: Bo woe's 146 Pearl - street, where drug gists and country dealers will be served oa libe ral teims. ijj Price one dollar per bos. dec 84 6 TANNERY EOR SALE. rilO be sold at public auction, on Wednesday, J Uie 18th dav of February nest, in the area of the Exchange Coffee House, in the town of Boston, at it o'clock at noon, All the raai estate be oncinff to Uie Hampsuite Leather Manufactory, situate in the town ol Northampton, in the state of M assachusetts. The estate will be sold in four lots, vis i Lot No. 1. containing about 31 acaes ol land, near Uie centre of the town of Northampton, on which is erected all those extensive and valuable buildings, lately occupied hy the corporation for tanning of leather, with ahoi.t 300 vats, some of which are very large end part of them under cover, in which leather may lie handled during the winter; it it presumed there is not in tht state so estensive and valuable an establishment for carrying on the tannin - ' businesr as this. A particular description of the buildings and privileges would take up too much room for an advertisement. . Lot No. S contains about 3 acres, situate on the north sideoi Uie county road, directly opposite to lot No. 1. on which are two dwelling hou ses, with convenient out buildings, is on high ground, and considered a very delightful utua tion. Lot No. 3.containuie about four acres of land, situate on the easterly side of Mill River, about two miles from the meet ine house in Northamp ton, with a valuable mill privilege and buildings thereon. Lot No. 4 contains about one acre of land, nn which is erected a bark mill and bark sheds, si tuate near Edward's tavern, about 6 miles l rum Northampton, on the Albany road. Any person having an inclination to purchase all or any part of the forceoing property, are in vited to examine it. The corporation pledge themselves to sell to the highest bidder, neing de ferminH in rlri thpir rnneerns. Anv inorma tion respecting the estates maybe obtained on application io J uoi a ii u n iuxi i , uuuirc, bi Northampton, or L Lit. .11. if. 11 r MAfllS, fan 14 India - street. Boston. TO be sold at public auction on Friday the 20th February, 1318, at the City Hall, 12 o'cl - ick. The hielilv vaiuanie r akai now occupied nv Mr. William A. Hardenbronk, about 5 miles from the city, containing together nearly nity a cres ol land. It will De sold in lots from s to iu acres each, situated on the Cth, 7th. 8th, 9th, ii 10th avenues ; on the latter stand the dwelling bouse and nut buildings, but a short distance from Uie Hudson River. This property is worthy the attention of those who wish to possess handsome country seats ; as its contiguity to the city, commanding views of thettudsjo, retired situation, and cnoice quality of some of the ground, together with an ample supply ol wood, render it one oi uie most denia ble objects or purchase. A map of Uie premise may be seen, nnd fur ther particulars known, at the Comptrollers Office, City Han. Jan 6 rits THE LAST NOTICE, To those who are owing arrears of taxes, to the corporation of the city aud county ot Mew York : ftT - The time limited forttie payment thereof expired on the 1st inst. and 1 am now engaged in ranking a return of such property as remains delinquent, preparatory io me advertisement ami sale tbereol 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. ' 1 am directed to receive all arrears which may he offered, prior to the completion of the above - namea return anu win au. - uu at uusonice aw . , II . ... .E l . . ly from 10 to 2 o'clock, until that period. T. W. GILBERT, Collector. Collector's Office, No. 2 City Hall, ) January 15, 1818. Jan 16 Im INESTIMABLE DISCOVERY. TTEALTH preserved and restored wiuiout JLX .Vedicine or Quackery, which often de - troys the delicate constitution aud debilitates the strong Colds bring on Uie most alarming disorders, with those torturing rheumatic pains, lumbago, gout, Sic. which all the faculty bave not been able to eradicate. To prevent is better than to cure. R. YEO has prepared (from a receipt of a very eminent physician) leather (of which he makes shirts) ol the most vital ana nutntiou quality, which will prevent all the above men tiooed complaints. - 1 hey produce an animal heat to Uie body, which cannot be obtained from flannel, patent fleecy hosiery, or lamb's wool they absorb all perspiration, and resist all the humidity that injures the human frame they are tfl and pleasant to wear and do not produce that irritability Uiat is so unpleasant in flannel Those who have favored him with their orders have declared their astonishment at the benefit derived from them. To be had of RICH'D. YEO, breeches maker and leather dresser, 16. Water - street ; where also mav be had leather pantaloons, doe skin vests, all kinds of glove and mittens of the best quality, wholesale and retail at tin shortest notice. dec 31 im" NEW rUbUCAIIONS. IUST Published and fur sale by ELIAS VAL ,J ENTIVE, 104 Broadway, (3d door below fine - street) rorsyfirs Kemarkson Antiquities, Art and Letter ol Italy, aadcredes Abridge meni oi urheid on roisons. The Hern, or the adventures of a Night The White Cottage, Ballance of Comfort The Itinerant or Memoirs of an Actor, 2d part V"IS The Knight of St. Johns, by Mi Porter, letters Irons the South. l - gli's Travels in Egypt and beyond tbeCa tarae.ts. Also will be puWUhed in a few days, a Print oi itir. i n i i.i r ps, in ine cnaraeier or carr. Bf.i.dark, engraved hy Gunbredc. Jan 13 tf JUST PUBLISHED. pHIS day is published and for sale by ELIAS s v(iLt.nii.M,so. 1U4 uroadway, third door below Pine - street, a print of Mr. Pliilinos. in th? character of Capt. Beldare, engraved by f : i i . i , , ... - uininreoe, nanosomeir coloured and plain. Jan 17 1 r BOARDING. 1 WO gentlemen, or a small family, can .1 - accommodated with Pleasant senarate Oil moms, at 177 Pearl - street, a lew tods north of ine vouee uowc. jan 71 1W 6 POST COACH UN n.xl'HII.ADEI IBW ' . ay wax - of rowLis - Hoo ' ' IMMiHTANT TO rA&SRBGKRS. No rcaet - ticn ith the post chaise line. ; PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPOSITION REVIVED. ANEW Line of Post Coaches with every coo - vciiience for passengers and baggage, on Springs TH ROUGH IN O.NIi DAY. The Post Coach will start from the Coach office, old No. 1 Courtlnnd - street, N York, every morning, Sundays excepted, at I - 2rst6oVloik, hy way of Newark, TSew - Bninswick, Princeton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the same evening. Fare SuMlars. i . . The Steam boat jjiwe INDUSTRY, wifi start rrom New - York every morning (Sundays excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the Steam Bout Alalanta, from the north side of the Battery, lodge at Kingston, . and arrive in Philadelphia nest day to dine 1'are through ?S United States Mail Coach, wifh a guard, witb every convenience lor passengers and baggage, on rprings. The II. S. mail ooach'wil! start iroio the coach office, old No. 1 Courtlandt - street, New York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. Al. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only passengers admitted. Kare 10 dollars. For seats inthe above named 'Lines, npply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established Coach, Stage and Steam Boat office, at the old No. 1 Courlhindt - stieet, the second office from Broadway, New - York; to ISAAC BROWN. No. 1 Wushington - strei t ; or to A. T. GOODRICH & CO. No - 124 Broadway, corner of Ce dar - street, New - York. A II goods and baggage at tiie risk ol the owner. justrn iiu., ru.ns tu. N. B Expresses sent to any part of the Con tinent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Jan XI U. S. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, luern 'itiih "Hit nuunnu. (tr The public are assured that this line is equal to auy in Uie U. S. for the convenience and comiort r.i me traveller, with the addition ol the guard, the passenger may rest secure a to his baggage and persont.1 safety the coach never beingleft whilst changing at the post offices, without a person on the bos. The way mail Is put in separate bags and changed in the Euro - can style. The U S. Mail Coach will start from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtlan.l - st.eet, New - York every day at 2 o'clock P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at C o'clock ; only 6 passengers admitted in this coach. For scats apply to TH08. - WHITFIELD, at the old Coach and Stage Office, old No. t. second cilice from Broadway in Courtinndt - street, or to A. I . UUUDKICH tl Co. Jo. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, New - York. N. B. All goods and baggage at tiie risk of the owners. J. LYO.V Si SON?, Powles Hook. WILLIAM GUMCK Sz CO. Kingston.' CHESTER BAILEY. Philadelphia. Expresses sent to any part of the Continent by jan! THOS. WHITFIELD. but! Got'IEnOF WRIGHT HAWEIS. V TREATISE on, That being Horn Again, if limit whirl, M tn nn run I a anv.fl h. - ............ .... , J Samuel W right, L). D. ; to which is added, the isOiuoiuMcani - s cpiruuui companion, or an evan gelical preparation for the Lord's Supper, by the Ketd. 'I'homas llaweis. 6(10 copies of this work iu sni eu, or oy uie single one. pound, ior sale by Circulating Library, 133 Fulton street Jan 15 Im KOlVi slliK l INGa. A few cases 3 - 4 Brown Shirtii.gs, just received nnd for sale by the COMMISSION COMPANY, an 13 14K 1'earl - street DLY NCH, Juur. having made arrangements . with a respectable hmpe in Madeira, to he upplieil with a proportion of the wines of the Pa - risliesofSt. Antonio and Cania tie Lohos, (universally acknowledged to produce the best Ma deira in the island) has opened a wine store, at No. 40 William - street, where he will receive or ders lor this wine, from gentlemen wishing to lay up a siock ior mew own use ; and (iiy the agreement with the houiein Madeira) il the wine, on arrhal, be not approved by I). L. Jr. it is nut to dc sent io tne parties ordering it. D. L. Jr. ha taken great pains to procure from various places in the United State and the West Indies, the best Madeira, that was to be purchased, in the wood, and old bottled wine, of ....... l.' t ; . .. . . i . i i vcijr rupriiui iju.iuiy, itoui private siutus, wiuco ne now oner tor saie. He will constantly keep nn band an assortment of the choicest wines and liqiiosjs, selected with care by himself, and will sell none which he cannot WARRANT PURE as IMPORTED. Jan 19 Ira PAThXT ELASTIC RA.OH. STHUPH. sO EORGK SANDERS, lately from London, Jf once more addresses the public, thanks them for past favors, and onco more ventures to recommend bis strops as one of the most comfort' givmg contrivances that ever blest the chin of man. He will instruct any self - shaving gentlo man in Uie use of it, and when once possessed of the secret and a bos of composition, 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 ber base ; who would grunt and sweat under a loathome beard, or a dull razor use, when he might his quietus make witb a simple Saunder'i strop."1 Come then to his manufactory at Uie corner of Reed - street and Broadway, and there you win nnu uie suDscnner always ready to re. ceive the commands of hit customers. dec 5 tf PUBLIO SALE. ON Tuesday, the 27lh of January, at twelve o'clock, will be sold by Hones V Town. that valuable and pleasantly situated Property in Broad - street, belonging tn the estate ol the late vi r. jo tin rost. 1 he l.ot is 47 lect 8 inches front and rear, rn the north 120 leet 6 inches, and on the south side 138 feet in depth. The House stands about the centre of the Lot. leavin? good gangway on the north side, aod fine garden irom hou tear. 1 ur situation is deemed delight ful. Persons desirous of purchasing, are reouest. ed to view the premise. Title indisputable Possession will be given on the lt day of May 1 L.. . U Ki: .1 " , J ucib r mi mcr luiiumuus uu uie day 01 sa(e. Deborah Post, 1 Deborah Douglass, Executrises. Catharine Ritter. John I. Post, Peter R.Poit. Eecutor. Jan 7 127 ORIENTAL POWDER. For removing superfluous Hairs.. (trr ur salve Cold Cream ; Almond pasle ; antique and Rus sin oil ; ponvide de grasse ior thickening Uie Imir Moth powders 1 opiate for the teeth : essences. lavender, orange flower, uungane nnd rose waters Pumatum in p its il rolls fresh tonquin beans ; rose, violet and plain hair pow uers scissors ; razors Pen and iwUet knives :"ha"ir lailits work anil !re.int: c aics :rt ntlpmpu1 Ira, veil in can ; for lie at Ihe chjmic.i pcriume N. SMllfl DAVIE' It CO. 136 Broau'wy, nearly opposite City Hotel vnona - eaisoon hand, nse, ieisamine, io Ma - iri, mans - , vernicu.ar, anysmiai., h'Oeysnekle Naples an.!lavTHK - r.i. ;pntent PEN ETRA TING HAIR BRUSHES, fancy articles, Sc. Jan7 - - A tosI pabht - now how to dulingik, kfc VIIIUSIUWIJIJW( , DOCTOR HORNE, foraacr!? Of the city of Loadoo, ari momber of the faculty of phyii. and surgery the re. dneras it U. .u ty to repeat simosevatioiis t the abuse of MERCURY, i rash, indiscriiuinate, and unmiai:. fitu use thereof, has leea produt, live of infinite iiscbfef. Ti, sands ure annually mercurialised out of exist vncc. The disease we have in view owes iu fi ml results chiefly to this source.' " What a Ditr Unit a young man, the hope of bis country a & the darling of his parenU, should be snitched Is! v.ny Irom all the rirospect and enjoyments of hr. Ly tiie consequences of one ungaarJed momeni yul by a disease not in its. own nature fatal ' j l.i( li only proves so from ur - lect or improc rmtment." A rMfln Vui - n.!P.roI! tient) now pertcctly hear'v and well. iST tiiiileri liysM - iansV rcneial nrattice. ai. and repeatedly saliva d ; when recommended tl Dr. 11. (by a gentleman of this city) his bo were carious, and bis ticih dropritng from'them bis friends declared be could not possibly survS ' t wo months longer. . Thoastuids exrrimeniii - know with what ease ami aMety Dr. IJ. ers j' Ciites Uie sevetrst cares, anil confirm Ihe'eoastil tution. The Doctor's plan (advertising) k T crssary to guard the public against the aiiusl' mercury, and other fatuj delusions, held forth Persons, therefore, having . contracted a nri! rate disorder, or suspecting latent iioison admonished not to tamper with their eons!ih7 tion, or conceal Uie disoider, till past recov ry ; others having the remain of ao old cs or other impurities of the blood, as well ai 1011? er coniplaiuU of a delicate nature, iQ eiur" cs. should remember posterity, and do iustk - I to their consciences, by toaking anplfcatjo. to Dr. H. at his old and respectable sJih. lishment, No. 64 Water - street, fourhoase srnt of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt assistance a lone calculated to prevent disclosure. And her. let me claim your serious attention Remember a superficial cure i no cure at all ; unless Uiebi. sincssia radically done, you will certainly has the disorder break out again with redoubled ma lignity. at some future period perhaps then will he too late for remedy. Don't you often meet ia the streets miserable, mutilated beings, withoit even a bit of nose on Uieir face I Take wamitw 1 beseech you. , a Dr. H's. character for skill and stubborn into, gn'y being universally known in this city, (inc. KI04, guarantee to patients that delicacy and secrecy hitherto unknown, and having confined his practice for years past, esclusively to Uie cure of diseases of the blood systm, Uiey may safely c d. culate on the most decided advantages in cos. lulting Dr. II. Gleets eradicated in twe or three week - . Strictures removed without twtigies nr aay outer instrument ; and all debilities : likewise all old ulcerations, fistula' tic. A plurality of offices are proriderf, and 10 si( atcd that patients are not exposed toeach other' observation. Open till half past 9 in the eveniV All persons concerned are invited to be frewTi calling, and sneaking with lr.H. whicfi is trr of cosL And here Uie Doctor cannot avoid U expression of gratitude for innumerable recommendations, and for the derided preference (it is presumed with justcause) long given him by a judicious public. . . . N. R. All letters must be post paid. sr. iiucium&n. A tig Vt U XEUHEH qUALKKHY A'UH .tril - TIOjV. . . 1 ElR. EVANS' sup - inf JmeUiod of curiisg certain Disease, is now anirer - sally acknowledged in U.is city ; his mode ol treatment is penectiy mild, safe, es - pwiiuous, ana mi cuarets reasonable. In every instance he warrants fe car, ana mil retain Uie pay ifbl does not perform agreeab: to contract, - jinruu.ir.i.imj always ODsrrrf. 1 here are many persons in this city and its ri - cinity, laboring under various chronic disc, such as cancers, old inveterate ulcers, scro&la or kings evil, fistulas, diseases of the arethra. bladder and kidnies, old complicated compWats of a certain nature, bilious and other obstructions, rheumatism, Ac. which they consider inca - hospitals in Lurope 12 years, under some of tbt 6rst Surgeons and Physicians in the world, an made those obstinate diseases Lis constant stotly - for 30 years. Oct 1 plwHEATON DA - la, Fancy Chair Manufacturers, No. 153 Fulton - street, opposite St. Pul Church, offer for sale, wholesale sua retail, a large and elegant as - ortment of Cnrld MapU, plain painled and ornament - ed in gold &ronre, Bamboo, Plain and Cilt Balls, Rocking, Sewing, and Cob venation Chairs, Sofa. Settees. Loungecs, Music Stools, &c. ' Order from any part of the continent executed with neatness and dispatch. Old Chair repaired, painted and ornamented. ct 13 A GREAT ATURAL CURIOSITY. N THE public are informed that this morc - jng was landed the loag expected FEMALE ELEPHANT, and is to bt seen at No. S96 Broad way, near Washington Hall. The site Of this animal is about 7 feet high, and about Isjisei long from the end of Uie proboscis to the ead ot the'tail. She is to be teen from 9 o'clock A.M. to 9 in the evening. Price of admittance cents... ... - - noS7tf IT The subscriber bavins recently retorted from England with an important improvement on Uie artificial spring LEG, he takes this method of informing his friends and the public, that all those who are so unfortunate as to be in want a leg, or arm, they can be accomoiolated by ap plying at No. 77 Barclay - street, ew - Tork. Jan 22 WM. PURVIS. T BROWIs, stone seal engraver andjewss - ler. No. 160 Broadway. - Coats of arms, crests, cyphers, ke. eagre on stone. " A handsome assortment of fine gold chains, and other jewellery. Ladies' seals engraved with coats of ars - S mottoe, and fancy devices. lis Diamonds, amethysts, crystals, &c boogK in the rough or cut to any form. . , Books of heraldry kept with upwards 60.000 names. Jan 7 3ffl (XTOTICE. The Copartnership IwrretofoW .j.ik. fins f ll existing in this city, A - CAIIUIIC 111 HUB ..ll,, WIUII - , IP Wolf, Packard ic J'WWr, is this day. dissol ved by mutual consent. All persons na , settled accounts wiUi said firm, are requested w call at 57 Front street, for settlement York, Dec. 31, 1817. JAMES D'WOLF, ISAAC PACKARD. JAMES D'WOLF, Jiu. - dec 31 L'Rt. - 'll tl.M5lls 3U0 boxes Bloom l,",B V in fine order, just received and fr " J G.M.WILSON. Jn 13 130 Water - street NEW - YORK: . PRI.VTED A.VD FlsBLlSHZD MICUAEI. BUHXnAX k CP - No. 45 Prwn - sTaasT. SIT ranic, iney cancenainiy oe cured fin general) by arplvinr at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, No. 9, Peck - slip, having practised in iti.i..

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