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,2 W i. htS Dcen v . . .. : ft I CP - """V. ,:h oVaV; from thb : ky ; Iwvinf spronga leak the day auer icviny . Sloop tag e, wr, ? - - - - - .7. ",. i - i. I ...Umrrton New York 18 Sloop o" n .lv. on the llallCO men, iiXM ucni vi j - Clearednritish .hip ChrUtopher, Rowe, 533? or CeV Bond, GibraUar and a 10 Eh bri. - Prince Retrent. from Kingston, Jam. anchored in the Roads last evening Rna - rox. Jan. 26 - No arrivals - Cleared, hrig Good Intent, Frost, York, Maine. Baltwo.i. Jan 27Arnved, sch Fame, Farrington, 5 days irom aaiem. THEATRE frt - The Public is respectfully inform ed J that ou Monm.y even... . time in fls. f - ior. - The part of Rashley by Mr. Incledon, with sue ... r it k oressed in the other eoieriouuu'" B The BmoSm will be opened on Saturday morning. 1 . MfVlllK ftr - The subscribers intend to apply to the legislature of this stale, at the present session, for an act to incorporate uiemseive wu ''" " ciates by the name of " The New - York Be ncvoleot Society." New - York. 28th January. 1818. B. Gardenier. I J. W. Fattenon John W. Forbes, James Turk, Jau29 1an6w Ahrnham Star.? Sajul. B. Rouiaine. trf A aUted meeting of vhe Trustees of Columbia College will be held on Monday next, the 'Ml oi jreoruary, at iu o ciwi. in the College. CLEMENT C. MOORE, Clerk. jan29 3t NOilCE. vt - fin Sundav evening a srmoo will be . - .rhi b the Kev. Mr. Miinor. in St. Georce's Church, and a collection made for the benefit of the society for the relief of poor widows with small children. Service will commence at - even o'clock. 'un 29 2it WE W.YORK SLATE COl PAN V. rKj The Stockholders are hereby requested to attend an annual election for nine directors, to be held at the home if Joseph Baker, No. 4 Wall - street, on Mouday 9th February next The poll will open at 1 1 and close at 1 o'clock. Jan 29 $2,000 PRIZE (O We regret to learn that the 2,000 dollar prize, which came upon the 10th day in the .Medical science Lottery No. 4, and sold by us, lus been paid at another office, notwithstanding we offered to advance the money upon as goods terms as any body else t and further, airreed to advance the amount without any dis count, in preference to its being paid by ano ther vender. O. C. GRACIE Si CO. jan 29 146 Broadway. Prompt payment of Pi itet Ticket No. 12,959, which drew a prize of 2000 on the 10th days drawing of the Medical Science Lottery, was yesterday presented and immediately paid by ROBERT WAITE, Jun. 136 Broadway, who has sold - and piad more prizes in the present Lottery, than any other office in this city. jan 29 It For Philadelphia and HI. Salvador, The elegant and fust sailing copper .bottomed brig JUNIUS, ISO tons per register, Geo. Dunton, master, will take freight vary reasonable terms for Philadelphia, if applied for immediately, as the will be dispatched positively oo, the 2d February And any one who wishes to make shipments to St. Salvador. the freight will be. taken in her, and carried to Philadelphia free of expense, and the tame freight Daid on such rood, at thim ahinrad fmm I'lii ladelphia, as the brie is obliged to proceed round to complete her cargo For further particulars apply to the master oo board, at fier No. 2 East nvcr, or to WW. CH.JS. PORTER, . - 52 Hoath - st. Who hare for sale 20 quarter casks very su penor old L. P. Madeira Wine, of Messrs. Phelps, Page Si Co' brand. Jan 59 3t Ilk FOR SALE. JL J Bales Wert of England broad cloths and casnmeres 100 tons pig iron, 203 hampers porter bottles its casxs card wire, 10 boxes Italian soap Braxiers1 copper aud manufactured brass 240 blocks and bars FnglUh block tin 1 case lead pipes, 52 casks copperas 38 hhdsand&bbls whiting 10 casks Gilder's do . 45 do & 4 bbls Paris do 14 do whitelead 14 do red do t trasses duck fmrlr. And a few packages Madras hdkfs, ginghams, B; In. V.l SCHAICK, Jan 29 3wfcw I63l irl st Wn L. 4 tiutse col'd end fringed Cloth jT iv uanosomeiy assorti d received per CAM B RELENG & PF. ARSON, ' J"n 29 fi? 9.mlh..tr J,UVA SILKS 2 cases green sinchewj ; w wi umi lamnieis 1 do 6 - 4 white shawl ; 1 do black do 1 do damask For sale bv MARCH ti LOW, Ja - TO 210 Broadway V:sJ iTie boute and lot No. 123 Water - street, Mj wing Mewrs. M. B. Edgar ic l.Vi aiKtioo stoTf:. lermseayMditli - indipni - .HH Ap - Ja" 291wt . Onthw premise. Two new twa ti.r hrirL h i:i nVdn,,,T. 'oafed in Grteowich - st. - .r aoov spnnMlrtet market W., . . ' K mK" "ue, comer oi waihinstoii and flammerlry..tiet,. Inquire Jan 29 2w wca. iiniviE,Il I, I J7 Pearl - street. . to LET, ne sure and cellar Nv fll rr.ic.t corner of Rose - rtraet. " Alao for saU a small o. grocenes Uaading caks, draws, 4c - Jan29lw ANDR.F.W VAN TUYLR. in itt I From tha Ar r vi. .u . . , J. " nou - o. 188 Urseawich - st. ?ernrof Dey - stretL Enquire at 152 Wah - uua LUi run. oi.1 lk. I'm i Por a La tk. kn. i . ms . or terms apply to THOMAS ASH, J lw 33 JtAltu f' - li.RE'1L FST.1TE FOR S.1LK. XuiThe elegant and coovet.icut three - story house and lot No. 26 Bowery, together a coach house and stable fronticg on Ba. Jrcet, and joining the rear of the before 3 "ST , For forther Prticulan eoquir - , cwneroi n iUiam - treet. ' 29 It Y sat r itv - . . : ' . V ' ' "m Dimn. So. S and M RrntlaH jr comptrtly finiihed and deUvered on the ' Apr! awxu Apply to , K. j.v. brtar - en sTiis bar and , JOHN SLIDELL & CO. Na. 50 Broa jway. T6 LETAT6I.00.VIXQPALE, I The bouse and grounds belonging to the estate of John - Shaw, si touted on the eighth ae nna. .On the Dremuei are an excellent doul.l house, stable, coach and ice house, with every thin else reauisite for such an establishment, ft in nrnnnwH auT ctlier description is unneccesa r. a thoie inclined to Kit will view the Dlace Also, ttm laree fire proof store in the rear of houses 11 and 13 Pe&rl - street ; where there is for sale some old Madera Wuic, by the Demijuhn. For farther particulars, apply to ANN M. SHAW, Jan 29 11 I'earl - atreet HOUSlik LOT, No. 210 1'ta.rl. For sale, that valuable bouse and lot N' la Pearl - street, occupied by the subrribcr. - Th houa waa built bv the late John Ellis. Eso. beins a first rate built home, and oaeof the best iluauons lor mearygooaor oaraware ousiness, For further particulars enquire of . 11ENUY LO I T, on the premises, Jan 29 5t TEN UQLUIRS Rt.WJIKU. QTOLEN last eveniiij;, from the hall of the tub - scriber's bouse, No. 17 Hester street, a blue Cassimere Cloak, lined inside the collar with light blue velvet ; also, a Hat, of Brewster's make, stamped on the lining Butler U Nevins rawnnroRcrs are requested to stop uie aoove ar tides if offered for sale. About three weeks since, a blue cassimere sur tout and hat of the same stamp, were stolen from the same hall. BENJAMIN BUTLER, Jan 29 2t S7 Wall - ttreet JtONTGOMKHX' POEMS. nWlS dav received by T. It J. SWORDS, L 160 Pearl - street, handsomely printed in two volumes. Z4mo. pnee two aoiiars. a new ana complete edition of the works of James Montgomery, includinz several poemt. now first publiih - ed ; together with a sketch of his life. To which are added some occasional pieces by another pen, Jan 2 THE ALBI.VKSS. rTHE public is ri:rKctful!v inibraird that thi I. exhibition of (Jus celebrated female will shortly close, the present beins THE LAST WEEK in which she will appear daily. Tickets to be bad at the bar of the City Hotel. Jan K zi "itTEMOItlS 6z REMAINS of the late Revd 1TX Charles Buck, containing copious extract from his diary and interesting letters to hia Inends, interspersed with various observations explana tory and illurtrative of his character and work by John Stvles, D. I). 1 vol. price 41 25 Jwt rec eived and for lale by W. B. GU.l.F.Y, Jan 19 St Hroadway. HEAO QUARTERS. CLOTHING to ARE HOU5E. No. 221 Gieenwich - street, between Barclay and Kobinson - streetf, new - lorn. J ACOBS. Tailor and Saletman, returns hi . most sincere thanks to bis friends and tin nublic. for the liberal encouraeemxtit he has re ceived in the line of his hutines, and begs leave to assure them, tnat he win use bis bent enma vors to merit a continuance oi their favors. J. JACOBS considers hinmll more especially under obliration, as be has had to contend with n very uugenerous opposition, who, placing no reliance on their own suit in business, meaut) imitate his siens. and are daily pursuing vexa tious and ungenerous means to interfere in bis ousiness. He has now ready for sale, a Urate assortment of CLOTHING, of fit best quality and newest fashion, (not surpassed by any in this city) which he will sell on moderate terms, for CASH only. ftrr - Be particular to apply at sign of the eagle. ju sac n IN CHANCERY. State of New - York, ss IN pursuance of an order of this honorable court, will be sold at public auction at the Ton tine Coffee House, in the city of New - York, uu der tne direction oi the subscriber, on the twtnf seventh dnvol November instant, at LLKVK O'CLOCK in the forenoon, all that certain lot, puce or panel oi grouna, siiuaie, lying anu De inz in the filth ward ofthcritrof New - York fniting on Laight st. (HUDSON SQUARE,) luiund. - d northerly in the rear by Vettry - steet, easterly by the house and It 4 now (or late) occupied by Airs. Murray, westerly by a houie and lot late of Leonard Lisinard, d. - ceastd i con taming in breadth, in fn;nt, and rear 31 fret b' inches, and in depth m enh tide 175 feet. Said premises bting held under and bv virtue of a certain denude from the rector and inhabitants of the city ot .w - York in communion ol the rro - trs.ant Episcopal Churrh iu the stnte of New - York, for the term of ninety - nine ye.rs tr.ra the Xjtn day oi .i.rch, ibos ; subject to the yer.y rem oi 313, and to me provisoes, covenants ar. agreement cm.tained io s.iid lease : together with the hereditament and appurtenances to the same ' belonging or in anywise a pertaining Lraiea iov. , low. THOMAS BOLTON, Master in Chanrerv The terms of sale, which will l liberal, m.iy oe xnown ny enquinng at the cmce or the ma ter, io. 41 nne street. nor 4 oawl19thdt The aie of the above property is postponed to the 28th day of January next, at the same hour and place. Uated jXov. 7th, 1U17. THOMAS BOLTON, Master in Chancery. nov 27 lawU20dtds The a hove sale is further postponed to the 13th day of February next, at the same hour and place. Jan. 28, 1818. THOMAS BOLTON, Jan 29 did , Master in Chancery IN CHANCERY Stall of New - York, at, IN pursuance o( aa order of this honorable court, will l sold at public auction at the Too tine Coffee Houe, io the city of New - York, under the directing of the subscriber, on the 2?th day of November int. at ELEVEN O'CLOCK in the forenoon All that certain lot, piece or parcel oi ground situate lying and being in the murui war' oi the citv ot ftew lork. commen cing 40 feet from the southwest corner of new market - slip flate Catberine - itreef) and Cherry street, and running westerly along Cherry - street 40 fee L torntund now or late the property ot John rloliwau thence southerty along said ground 120 feet to Water - street; thenct easterly along Water - slrret 40 feet, to ground now or late of Boltus Moore, then northerly a king aid ground 120 feet, to the place of begin' niog. Also, all lint certain other lot, piece or parcel ot ground, sitnate, lying and being in trie fourth ward of the city of Mew - York, directly io the rear of the above described piece or par cel of around, and commencing 40 feet irons the southwest corner h new - market - slip, and water street, and running weste rly along v aier - sireei w ircu iv ivmiu 'i t 'Jim j . v w v - i , uauiv southerly along said ground 160 JVet to South - street, thence easterly along South - street, wicei to gMund now or late f Boltus Moore, thence anrtberly along said ground 160 feet, to the place of beginning. Together with the hereditament and appurtenance to the aine, a ad every part and parcel thereof belonging or in anywise appertaining. Dated Nov. 4th, 1817. IIIUAIAS DUIilU.l, Master in Chancery. The above wiD be sold io seperate lots. The terms of sale will be liberal and may he known hy enquiring of the Matter, No. 44 Pine - street, where a map of the premises can be seen. noT4lawti9tbdls The sale of the above property i pos tpooed to the 2Ulh day of January next, at the tame hour andp.ace. seated o. T7.h, iwtf. THOMAS BOLTON, Master in Chancery. no v 27 1 awt) aa20dtt Tbe aNve sale is further postponed fothe 13th day of Febrearv next, at tha same hour and place. Jan. j, mia. THOMAS BOLTON, Jan 29 tda Matter ia Chancery, a "l''lafr' 1 - to ly, and ' BOO Kg. I f ECENTLY pubushul and for sale by W. B ulLLt.x, Uooiuc Itr and StaUoner, so. Broad av Jnurnai of the proceeiling of tbe late embassy to ChinH. bv Heurv Ellis. Esq. 2 50. Letter from the Cape of Good Hope, in reply to Mr. Ward, n, with extract irom Bonaparte' sreat work. 75 ct. 1 he Knight of St. John, a Romance, by Miss Anna Maria rorter, author oi lhauue'jsoi war saw. I 75 The Bulance of Comfort, or the old maid and married uiau, 1 75. letter from the South, by the author of John Bull and Brother J(nathan, z bv. Nancred't AbridgeuieiitofOrphila, on Poisons 3 dollars. Remarks on Antiquili' s, Arts and Letters of Italv. bv Joseph Forsvth Esq. 2 - 50. France, bv Lady Morgan, 2 vols. IZmo. 2 50 Oo with translations. 1 vol. Cvo. 2 50. The Welsh Mountaineer, a Novel. It Miss Hutton, 2 dol. Jan 29 t i. i mil i ir wimwmiiI mmmmm LEE'S ITCH OINTMENT, TT7ARRANTEL) an infallible remedy at one V T application, may be used with perfect safety on infanta a week old, not containing an article ot mercury, or any dangerous ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with th it ohYo sive smell which attends the application of other remedies. The above medicines are prepared and sold at LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 46 Maiden - Lane, and sold by S. CARLE, cornel of Fulton and Water - streets. Certified cafes of cure may be seen at place ol sale. Druggist and country (tore - keepers supplied on liberal terms. Jan XSJ For Halt, Fmvlit or Charter, The ship DRUMMOND, R. Quarles, master, 300 tons ; will carry upwards of JOUU bils ; is a substantial vessel and well lound. For terms, apply on board, at pier no. 17, or at bb eouth - street, to Jao27 WALSH Sc GALLAGHER. i The substantial, fast sailing brig MA RY - A N N, capt. Lewis ; is 1 year old ; curies about 1G0Q bbls; lies at pier no. 13, east nver. Inquire ot GOODHUE Co. Jan 27 44 South - street. FRLlGH'f for Ul - 'hRfUOL. About 500 bbls arc wanted to fill ui the ship DRAPER, Adams, master h lies at the east side Fly - Market wharf, aal will sad on Sunday next, r or freight or pas 'igf , apply on board, or to Jan 27 B. W. ROGERS & CO. i - lir CH.im.bliiVN, ' - I. . i. . M.. t i.tt wBTiea A ij s. auiit.it leuv aiallllic st.111. VLf i.tA W. Nupier, master , will s il on 1 liMKdav, hanntr the most of her cargo or board. For the remainder, or paaaage, apply on board, west side JJui ling slip, or to SAUL LLKY, jan 27 98 Pine - streei. i or U.i ytfc, , Ths fast sailing ship FAVOURITE, Moses ilillurd, master; having two thirds of her cargo engaged and will sail by the 10li February. For freight or passage, haling excellent accommnd: ions, apply to tlie captain on board, at Fulton street - wharf. or to FREDERICK JENKINS & SON, jan 24 lw . No 19 Burling - slip. For CHA HL ES TON, H. V. The fine fast tailing brig ATLANTIC, Geo. Bailey, master, ha the principal part of her freight engaged, will meet with immediate dispatch For freight or passage, hav ing good accommodations, apply on. board, east tide r ly market whan, or to HEJNKY COWING. Jan 23 6t 191 Front, corner of Fnlton - st. For Freight or Charter, The ship PERSEVERANCE, burthen 260 tons, incomplete readiness to receive a cargo ; lies east side Uld - slip. lifv The brig MUSCONGUS, capt Dock - gendor(T, burthen 152 tons, well calculat ed lor carrying lumber and stock ; Let at Bur - ling - slip. Apply to BAKKr.K flUi KLS, No. 84 South - street. Jfho hart for tale, 20 ton clean St Petersburg hemp 10,000 Calcutta Goal Skins, large size Calcutta Duck 2 bale Russia Calfskins. 2500 gallons pure winter strained Sperm, oil UO0 gallons rack'd whule oil 170 boxes first quality Spermaceti candle An invoice of elegant French hall stove 20 ten pig iron Jan 21 lOt For LONDON UERRY, jp4 The fine fast sailing ship FOSTER, SjdifiiN. Morao, master, having 7 - 8ths of her argo ready to go on board, will be drsp. - .tchf d without delay. For freight of 100 to 200 tierrr seed, or passage, apply to the master on board i! titer no. 13, or to Jan 20 W. & S. CRAIG f or Jfa.tV - OfiLt.JNil, (a regular trader) ( - The fine coppered and copper - lastened g CHAKLtA capt. Wibray, now loading and wdl sail on Sunday next. For freight or pas sage, baring excellent accommodations, apply toe captain on board, or to M'CKEA & oLIDEI.b, Jan 20 No. 41 South - sL jVf OLASSES, COFFEE, Vc 32 lihds and 4 bbls. Molase,hrt quality 23 bag Green Coffee, 120 Dry Hide 7 bbls. auear Landinc at Dover - street whan, irom cnr. Linnet, irom rorto tuco, lot tale by K. S J. VV. UA VKIrUKT k tu. Jan 23 gA ERMAN STEEL, BRIMSTONE tc 155 JT boxes Steel 12" boxes rot br mitone 1 case Leghorn hat 15 do tumbler 10 package paper 3 bases chollcts SO boxe mould candles 50 do soap, entitled to debenture For alt by JAMEs D'WOLF, Jr. jan 13 57 Fmnt - treet. BOARD A gentleman and hi wife, and three or four gentlemen, can be areora - modated w ith board, by applying at 30 Vesey - treet ian Zb lw li1 by the Lort - oi.s tr n London, Diaon's Aouilious 1'ills ' Hickman's Pill tor Uie gravel, &c. Chine's Worm Destroying Lozenges Roa!h' Embrocation Thompson's Cheltenham Salt Hay ward's Tola Loxcnge llcn'rv' Cakin'd Magnesia, And a reneral assortment of British Patent Medicine of repute, not mentioned above ; war ranted ' nuine, and loriaie at Jan 24 la I4b t'eari - street. APARTMENTS WANTED. SINGLE gentleman withes to rent, ia or xjl near va I sirtei, in a snieti unvaieiami - a Bed Room and Parlour, without board ; lenushed rooms would be preferred. Tbe quiet neatnes of the house, a well as the resjiec lability of the occupant, are particularly required. A line directed to J. C. left at this office, mentioning term and situation, will be duly at - tended to, Jaa28 Sawloa of 15 at 21 the COTTflff. ' , OIWENTT bale Prime Upland Cotton, for jl uie ui jo rrca - tiip, ny R. k C. W. DAVENPORT & CO. Jan 6 WINDOW GLAS& First quality Russian window glass, for sale low by 4.' . ..... . . WlLiLilAm VUU:tlfVy 28 South - street. Jan 26 4t HEMP li DUCK CO tons St. clean Hemp Petersburg!) bO bolts first quality Russia Duck For sale by JAMES D'WOLF, Junr. jan 8 57 Front street QPLAND COTTON 5 1 bales prime uplaud Cotton, just received per schooner Laura, (rum Savannah, and for sale by OTIS hi SWAN, Jan 14 157 Pearl - street. BOO ib AM SHOES MADE AND WARRANTED AT REDUCED PRICES. RJON F.S, Boot and Shoe Maker, No. 35 Nas - . tau - ttreet, having completed his arrangements for tlte prompt accommodation of hit friends and the public, solicits a continuance ol' their patronage, which by hit exertions he hopes i i Diuru jan zi iw rEAS. - - 500 small boxes Kauipoy l ea, enti - A tied to debenture. - For sale by C AM B RELENG ti PEARSON, Jan 28 67 South - street. ' 1NES. 8 ten gallon kegs very old and V delicate Muscatel and i'afret Wines, put up expressly for family use, and will be told ny the single ktg. Apply to G.G.& 8. HOWLAND, Jan 28 , 77 Washington street. COTTON. 40 bale prime Upland Cotton, for sale by R. k C. W. DAVENPORT & CO. Jan 28 SHERRY WINE, Sic 8 pipes and 20 qr. casks superior sherry wine 8 qr. casks do. very old 200 qr. casks simos wine 24 lilids. Boston rum for sale by G. G, Si S. HOWLAND, jan 28 77 Washington - street. r0 I HERRINGS - w 9j n boxes 1st sort) Herring of superior til uu uu quaiiij. For tale by CAMBRELENG ti PEARSON, Jan 28 67 South treet. QUERCITRON BARK. FIFTY hhd. and boxe? of very tine quality, for sale by O. G. & S. HOWLAND, Jan 28 7' Washington street. 50 t)XK - warranted American Tallow Mould Candles, of different sizes, from iiiship't factory, Charleston, Mass. For sale by RIPLEY & WELD. IV Z t rent, corner ol r ultou street. Jan ?8 FRE.CH GOOD. 6'TRICH Feathers, Plain tafila ribbons Fringed do do Plain and fringed tattin do Figured garniture do iattin hat linings, Linnen cambric Chenclle cords and cords and tassels Plain black and fancy velvet iiblous Artificial flowers, Fancy bonnet Fancy diadi - ms, Ladies' had ornamenU, Sic, .Silk lace veils, Merino ridicules Kid gloves, Tapes, Beads, Sic. Sic. For sale by RICHARDS, TAYLOR ti WILDER. Jan 27 lw 145 Petrl - st. BOA1UAZET1S b COTTON. 4 bales Bombazctt 34 bales Sea Island Cotton, and 15 do. prime Upland do. landing and for tale by , SAUL ALLEY, 98 fine - street. 1st Stobc 40 bales Sea Island. Apply above. Ian 24 T.VUSK TABLE CLOTHS ' I.VEN5, jut c just opened at No. 61 Maiden - lane 3 cases Irish linens, course to superfine 1 do long lawn., assorted 1 do 5 - 4 stout Irish sheetings, assorted 1 do diaper and damask table linens, a sorted, from 5 to 10 quarters wide 1 do super real double damask tablecloth part very large size, with elegant small and large napkins to match 1 case notted counterpanes together with general assortment of Dry Goods, for piece and retail talcs, at very moderate prices. Alto for Salt bv the Package. A few cases Irish linens and long lawns, asserted stout 5 - 4 Irish sheetings, Droghtad Blach 7 - 8 licens glazed, White platillas Jan 28 tf L k C. SUYDAM. IV7 ICAKAGU A WOOD 6t LIGNUM VITjE, ll 13 tod Nicaragua Wood of very good quality 10 do Lignumvita; For tale by TUCKER & LAURIE3, Jan 19 29 South - street TTPLAND COTTON. 15 bales prime Up V land Cotton, landing and for sale by SAUL ALLEY, 98 Pine street. IN STORE, 42 bales Sea Island Cotton, for sale as above, jan 23 f LASS WARE 15 hhds. Eng. Glassware, JI consisting of Wines and umbler, for sale v C'HAa. L. OGDEN & ABR. OGDEN, Jan 22 Washingtoo - st. NOTICE. RT a derree of the honorable Court of Chan .... fk;. ...1. ..ll 1, - mlA i.lorlka .li. J ir, uur aOM - , ..III .''HI wuui a .. - " . rectioo ofone of the M isters, on the second day m' February next. .t 12 o'clock, at the Tontine CnftVeHoiHw. in the city of New - York All that teriAin iraci, piece or parcel ri iana, situate lying' and being in the county of Green and Scho - l : l . i . . i n . l . J f name anq in me lownsniu oi Dnsuii ami r iw hold, on the west side of the Hudson River, be sinning at a water Ash tree marked with the letters and figures. S 8. 1768. for the oiithwett corner of a tract of land patented to Samuel Stin :es. from thence south eishtv - six decrees, west twelve chamsby Uie south of a tract of bind pa, tented to John Morin Scott, Esquire, and others, thence south fifty seven chains and three roods, thence north fifty (even chain to the south line of the tract of land patented to the said Samuel sunges, mence south eighty - six a.grees, wesi bv the south line of the said Samueal Stinees land. fifteen chains and three rods to tbe said water Ash tree, the bounds first mentioned And a Is", ail that certain part, tract and piece ofland situ ate, lying and beinr ia the town of Freehold, county oi Green, and state of New - York, and contiguous to the land above mentioned, begin ning at the east line of Samuel Scnvills land, w lie re the same intersects the turnpike road, running them e north one degree west ten chains and six ty liuks io the south line ot the above trented land, then nn the same westward two chnint and forty links, then south one decree east ten chains and forty links to Uie turnpike, east two chains, ISrty - two links, containing two acres, two rood and six rods, which together with the nrst tract contains about one hundred and fifty acres, which premises were mortgaged to Thomas Williams Uie city of New - York, Pilot, to secure the consideration money. Dated this 5Us day ol Ja nmry, lf;l8. Jan 5 MiiTh tds. For sale ly iilCKa. L.A vv rlb.NCb i CO. at the Tontine CY.ffte House, on Saturd at next, at it o'cl irt:. The eleirant 2 - tory brick HOUSE and laie, second door from U room - street, in Broad, way. occupied br Mr. Geonre Lacey, at the moderate ground rent of $75 per annum ; about year unexpired ; the building to be valued th end of Uie term, or the lease renewed for years longer; it recti for $400 per annum ; walk and street has recently been pared. For terms, apply to C. C. TUNIS, jan 14 U 91 Coffee - house - slip. GRACE CHURCH. PEW No. 98, for sale. Enquire at no. 70 W athington - street. J sa 27 6t a GLOBE HVStJRANCE COMPANY. fr - Tbe annual election for Director wiUbe held at the oce of tbe Company, No. 55 Wall street, on Monday, uie econd day oi t ebroary next. The poll to open at 1 and close at - 2 o'clock. . By order ol the President, RICHARD DUNN, Jan. Sec'ry. Jan 21 tFel2 . EAGLE MAftPFACTCRISO COMfXirr. Or The stockholders ol the Eagle Manulac - turmg enmpany are rrquested to meet at the bunk Cofli e House, corner of Pine and William - streets, en Thursaiiy. the 2'Jlli Jan. iust. at seten o'clock r. M. 6u bukinest oi great luip jrtani e to Uie roncern. Jan anz T The creditors ol, Mr. SYDNEY HEW IT 1' are requested to tend in their accounts, re ui ,ii ij jiuvvu, 1.1 vr ticiuio mt uay ui. j - cimhuij aixt, to Mr. ULAKK, No. 3 Law Building, lor ...!.... , 1 n, , .J f 1 the purpose oi having them settled agreeably to arrangement. All persons neglecting to prednre their claims at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, will be excluded Irom a participation of the fund which is to be applied lor the settlement of her debts. .Xcw - vork, January 19th, 1818. liEOKGE GIBBS.) JOSHUA bECOR, It ) ee. Jan 19121 TAKE NO t ICE, (fcjf All ps rson having demands against, and those indebted to the estate of William Rogers, deceased, are requested to call upna THOMAS .HAS 1 ERS, Esquire, No. 92 Wall - street. , Dated Jan. 19, 181U. ANN ROGERS, Executrix. Jan 21 dim CITY ASSEMBLY. ft7The Managers eive notice that the next Assembly will take place on Thursday, the $9tb inst. Jan 2 FOR ENGLAND, DIRt - CT. Try Letters for His Britannic Majesty's Pack et PRINCESS ELIZABETH, (for Falmouth, direct) will bo received at the Post - Office till Wednesday afternoon, the 9th day of February. Jan 24 I . w. AHKmr., A nt, MINOR THEA'IRE ' Corner of Iiioadway and Warren - s'reet. VI R. w - BLANCltAKD, thankful for the if J. encouragement heretolore received, will this week exhihit to the public of thit metrnpo lit, hit astonishing talents ia Legerdt main - The performance will also be attended with tuiprising teats of Mr. Tamaqiiaha. the American Indian ,uggler,whose (towers and execution on the slack ire lur surpass any other who has, attempted tin. same. The performance will counui ni e with Mr. Bl.inchard's executing tricks, which by their novelty will please a discerning audience, mas ter James Belmont is alio iiigagtd, whoisuii douhtcdly considered one of (lie first in his pro. fessioo. His ground and loltv tumbling will please and amuse the public. For particulars see the hi lis ol Uie day. The wholo to couclude with the comic ccne ol the Dwarf Dance. The theatre ha been neutly titled up lor the on vi - meiice Mtnmpany. lei I'urmauce to bigm at hall past 7 o'clock. Admittance, front (tat 50 cents ; back seats 25 ; Chi! dren half pace Tickets Io be had nt Urn Theatre. A (elect Band of Music is engaged to tnli - ven and exhiiiratc Uie whole. Jan 26 Iwt A SAVING OF 50 PER CEiM. WM. WILSOV.2 i John - street. 3doors irom Nassau - street, lgs leave to inform the public, that lie inle'ids in future to do business (lor cash only) at the following very reduced prices, vit : A gentleman's superfine blue or black coat $25 00 do other colors 23 00 do blue surtout or frock 2t 50 do other colors 26 Ki do Marseilles waistcoat 3 7 do Toilanet do 4 (K) do Kerseymere or Cloth pantaloon 11 5 Ann tor thot - who preier hnno their own am Gentlemen's clow bodied Coat k Trimmings il 50 do sortout or frock 7 75 do waistcoat 200 do pantaloons , 2 75 Ladies Habits 7 On do Pelisie 4 60 do great coats 5 00 Army and Navy Uniforms, Children Clothe, and every other article u Uie Line proporuona hly cheap. N. B. All articles cut in the moit fashionable style and workmanship equal to any in the city. jan Z4 iw - Juveniie hook, JJiuected Mapt, Sic. fWy HE subscriber has still on hand, a genera) jl. ami picasm aasoruiiroi cm door mr jouin. I i . .a r a i . m dissected prints, maps, aud cards of amusement, for sale, wholesale or retail, at his store. No. 2 William - street. Purchasers of particular books, &c. will do well to apply early, as the numbers of some are low. Jan 26 2w THOMAS DARTON. - TO QU.IKRYMtN. POUR experienced Marble Quarrymen are wanted immediately. None need apply but those perfectly acquainted with the busi ness ; to such constant employ and liberal wa ges will be given. Apply to EZRA LUDLOW, 34 Beaver - street ? I TO LET. SjiiUS A small 3 - story fire proof STORE, No 27 Moore - street, next to the comer South - st. Possession given immediately. Apply as a - bove. nov 13 P&IItf MERINO WOOL, COT iON YARN, SA T TINE ITS, He. VMTANTED, a quantity of merino wool ; alto, T f cotton yarn, particularly low numbers. Proposals will also be received for making of sat - tinetts. The manufacturer to be supplied with the materials, and the business to be rendered, probably, permanent. . .... i r .L i I A contract is also wanted, for the running of a cotton mill, of front 1 to 4000 spindles ; the cot - 1 ton to be upplied, and the yarn to be received at a stipulated price. Apply at 148 Pearl - street, up stair. oct 2.1 PA'H I T OST. supposed to be stolen, a very fine and J valuable GOLD CHAIN, about four yards Ions' if the same should be offered for sale, ei ther whole or in pieces, information is requested to be given at this ohVe, and a reward of twenty dollar w offered to be paid upon the conviction of the thief. Jan ZH 3t I Wis T and r 1LLI.NG IKPLLIAM CAMPBELIi No. 197 Pearl VV street, ha received 1000 lh. of - No. It and 13 Twist and Filling, from hi factory at Pat icrsoo, which he swii sell on lair terms. A regu la supply of yarn from No. 10 to 18 will lie re cived d weekly. Jan 28 tf WANTED. A - white girl about 16 year of acre, to attend on a lady and one child. One who can bring recommendation sausiaciory as va iir - uisptiini, iinuirn, - mav hear of a crood and permanent p.aee. ov ' : . . t : pplj ing immediately at lo. 5 - 1 ureen ica - i jan 2i '' TRINITY CHURCH LOTS FOR. SALE AT AUCTION 0 Wednesday. Uie th of February, will be I - i.i .. ,11. h. Kf.EF.CKER k BIB - 1 RY, at the Tontine Coffee House, at 12 o'clock, number of valuable budding loU fronting on Hiidson - rtreet, Sprmg - rtreet, and a rtre UUly - id wt between Greeownanu nu g sou iororriy ' ; - adioioinr therato. A plan of Uie lot may b seen at Uie office of Uie auctioneers, l . K,. House. Jsn2H 6t 15 DOLLAR - s REWARD. CJTOLF.N la - .t evening, from Uie entry of tO house No - 40 Wari en - street, one fine blue surtout coat, lined with black silk in the sides and skirts, and a reddiah brown siik In the sleeves. Also, two hats?of midlin a site, not half worn, one lined with white siik and dark morocco, hatters name Brewster. The other hadawaferhs.de The above reward will be paid for the re covery of the whole er 10 dollars f the coals, apply as above, jan 28 tf i 71 die at ftjblic sahes: BY FRANKLIN ti M1ATURN, Friday, 30th iust. 12 o'clock. T. C. H. the bouse and lot No. 68 Maiden lane t a well known and lone establish. ed stand for business, belonging to the estate of uie iae itorwri tums, beuig to settle the estate with the heirs. The sale will be peremptory. Terms, Sic. may be known by applying a abort and at the time oi ale. . At the same tune, the lot of gtouud No. 558 Pearl - street, Uie 4th lot above Uie Scotch Ties - byteriun Church, near Broadway, being 25 feet in front and rear and ItjO leet sleep. Alo, the house and lot of ground No. 83 Anthony - at. five doors from Broadway, con tatning 6 rooms with fii e places Uie lot I 25 feet front and rear and 51 feet 5 inches deep on one tide and 53 feet 5 inches on Uie other side. BY HONES & TOWN. Saturday, 31st of January, at 12 o'clock at Uie Tontine Coffee Houtt. SHERIFF'S SALE. BY virtue of a writ o.' fieri taciat to me direct ed and deliveied, 1 will expose to sale at the Tontine Coffee House, on Saturday, the 31si day of January next, at 12 o'clock at noon, all the light, title and interest oi jotin rvane, i, in ana to all that certain LOT, piece or parcel of LA '.D with the buildings Uiereoo erected, situate, I) i.ig and being in Uie teeond ward, in the city oi w - . . .. .L I I I 1 ora, now in uie ottupamin vi me jij s imt Kaue. bounded a foNow. vis. in trout or. Iarl street twenty five feet, on the northeasterly ide ny uie home or lot now or latety owuca rjy isuac Burr, aiid now occupied by Stephen CorliBiu, two hundred feet, on Ote southwesterly aide by the house and lot ol ground now occupied by James Anmry two hundred feet, and oo the rear by Cliff street twenty - five lett be the same more or let ; togeUier with all and singular the appurtenance thereunto belonging or ii. anywise appertaining. Dated, New York, December 19. 1817. JAMES L. BELL, Sheriff., dec 19 tdt The above premise contitt of a 3 - story brick dwelling house, wiUi a brick hack building ad joining and communicating therewith, 2 (i 1 - 2 stories high, and built in the modern style the whole extending uinety - Uiree feet from front to rear, and containing 6 rooms with fire places, 3 other rooms without, and garret rooms for servants, a lurge store with a spacious cellar under oenth, boili completely shelved, and well adapted for an extensive dry good business 'I be kitchen is spacious and near it i no excellent wine and rider vault, with a very Convenient cool larder ; both buildings have slated root's ia excellent condition. In Uie yard it a wt II m fine water, and alto a very capacious stnue cistern, with otLer conveniences too oumeroui for an advertisement. In the rear of this lot and fronting oo Cliff.!, it a new 3 story brick store, built as a dwelling house, with high ceilings and two stack! of chimneys ; can be finished at a small expense, suitable for a genteel family As the street ha lately been widened. Uie situation ha become are - rv Dleasant and a very eligible one. The lot are sufficiently deep to be divided into two separate tenements. N. B The premises may be viewed every da from 12 till 2 o'clock P. M. It is believed a large proportion of the money. may remain on mortgage a number w years. New - York, Jan. 17, 1818. tFeb 1 BY P. L. MILLS & CO. Saturday, 31st, At 12 o'clock, at the Tontine Coffee House, tha substantial three story brick storet and lots No.. 82 and 82 1 - 2 fearl - tt eet. now occupied by Messrs. Jnn. M'Crackan and Curtis & King. This property has lately been put in thorough re Dair. and 1 nerfectlv fitted for drvgood or hard ware business. A large .proportion of the purchase may remain on mortgage. BYJ.P. DIETER1CH k CO. To morrow, At 10 o'clock, at tha ladies' auction room, No. 7, Park, a very extensive assortment nf seasonable dry goods, fancy articles, crockery and glass ware. THE FORU l ' (E7 Will be opened on Friday evening next, 30lh instant, at Uie Assembly Room, City Hotel, when the loliowng question wdl be di - cassed, 44 Ought the United btattt to rwognm the Inde pendence of South, America ?" j ne discussion win commence at o'ciocts ,reriy A 1'icket will admit a lady and gentleman. The surplus proceeds of that evening are appropriated to the - New - York FemaU Auitl - anct Society." , Ticket to be bad at D. Long - worth's, i'ark", and at th door, at 25 cents each. Jan 28 3t JOHN C. HAMILTON has removed his office to 3j Barclay - street. janz31 iVr - Tlie coDartnerthio under Uie firm of Jen - sob Si Lerskov. was dissolved by mutual con sent on the 2d day of January, 1818. The unset tied business of the said firm will be adjusted by . J AMES LENNEON, who i the only one autho rised t settle tbe business ol said nrm. Jan 27 3f - NOTICE. Vr - The public are hereby cautioned not to IrUSl WJ Wilt?, bU!UI,Ct uu HJ t.vi'uut, ua not pay any debts of her contracting after this date And all persons indebted to me for rent or othrrwise, are hereby notified not to pay Uie ame to any person but myself without my writ ten order, zvew - iora.jan. ziui. ioio. GARRET VAN AUsTttAND. Jan271w$ notice: - ON Thursday evening, SU Paul's Church wiH be opened for Divine Service, at seven - . I l I.J M U. A.. - ... - J O ClOCm. wneil ma suuich win m iiciicicii .wu "J T r'Z ,La. t. th. iw.,H Arth.AiiYii.iA. ny NEW - YORK HI BEE AND COMMON PRAYER BOOK SOCIETY. The members 0f tbe M Handel and Haydn Society" have libe - rally volunteered their s rvice to perform, af ter Divine service, Uie following piece oo that occasion. Rec Comfort ye my people Air Every Valley Chor. For onto us a child it bora Air - Pious orgies, pious air Chor. O Father, whose Almighty power Solo Sound an Alarm Chor. We hear, we beer ...... Solo and Chor. Sound the loud timbrel Rec. Heme asu red the waters Air - He layeth tbe beams Duetto How beastiful . Chor. - Break forth into joy Air Angels ever bright and fair Chor. Then round about the starry throne Air The trumpet shall sound Air and Echo Strike Uie Cymbal. Shosld the weather prove unfavorable, Uie ad dm. Ac. will be postponed until the Tuesday following. By order ot tne ivom. ot Arrangement. Jnn 28 , I KS. W. WEST, late ofUia Ooera House. iVJL London, ha the honor to inform tbe La - and Gentlemen of this city, that her first PUBLIC BALL, ia tin country, will take Place the City - HoteL on WEDNESDAY EVE NING, 4th Febriiry - i which occaMon.she U " IVltll folowjnf fancy IJnci i MinuetaTroisbyMrs. W. West and two ol her pupil. t. Ballet Lcotse, (a Scottish national dance j by tix young Ladies 3. An entirely new Cotillion by 8 yoeap ladies. 4. Pat Seut Tempo Adagio cbaugiog to Alle gro, by Mrs. W. West. ... . , . 5 PatdeCiaque, by Mrs. w. west ana i yosmg toadies. ... IT. f K.J Am Onalnlfe. bv 8 VOtTDtT ladies. w Tiy - k.i. i h. to he bad of Mrs - W. West No. Hester - ttreet, and at the bsr of the City - Hotel. jnm iw . HOPS. t bale Hop, just received - for salt) by CAMBREUNG ft PEARSON,

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