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1 j. ? : ! i a - I .'V 1 - Kf INjGHA'NCERY. IN CHaRCERY. v State ef New - York, M. fN rmrtuanca ef a decretal order of thia hoaora - 1 bit court, bearinc date tbe 7th day 4l Jalj I art, wiu beoldatpubliuctioe, at tbe Too - tine Cofiue House, la tha city of New - fork, seder the directioa of the euhtcriher, ai om or the matter of tbi court, oa Thurttay, the 8th day ef January next, at fatre o'clock at aooo, " all that rj'rttta block, or niece of rroaad and aoil under water, to be made Uod and ground, oat of the North or Hadaon'a River, situate, tying aad being neiweea vr astringToa - ttreet and a certain new street of tevfffly (tet in breadth, to be Made fronting on the aaid North River, called West - atreet, mi hounded u loiiowat north - easterly and easterly by Liberty street ; north - westerly - aad WMtt - rty by Wett - ttreet aforesaid ; aoutb - westerty and westerly by Cedar - street, aad south - easterly - and eatterly by Washington - street! containing in breadth oa Washing too - atreet and Wet - etxcet one bundeed and tea feet fix Inche. and ia length along Liberty street one hundred and eenty - veo feet, and along Cedar - street one haodred and seventy - two fcef ; togcUier with the appurtenances, subject aerer - - tbeles to the rents, covenant, restrictions aad agree meute to which laid premite are ahject, in favor of tbe corporation of the city of new - York, aa imposed, referred aad created by (hem. - DatedNor. Wth. 1817. v JAMES A. HAMILTON. M otter in Chancery. - Note. Tbe tale of tbe above property ia port - poned to - Friday, the 30th instant, at eleven o'clock, A. M. at the same place. It will be told , In loti or parcel, and on liberal terms, which ' may he known by applying at tha Mai ten office, No. S Law Buildings j where a map of the pre - miiet may be teen. January 8tn, Will. ' Jaa 9dt (. ' IN CHANCERY. s T . SUU tf Neve - fork, M. 1 N pursuance ef a decretal order of thi honor - 1 ble court, will be sola at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee Howe, ia the city of New - fork, oa the Slat dar of January itxt. at U o'clock ia tbe forenoon, all that cerUin boat and lot of groand, aitaated ia the city of New - York, at the corner ot cedar aad William - streets, and Knows aad diitir - oihed aa boaaa No. 63 William - treet ( aaid lot being ia breadth ia front and rear 15 feet t inches, and in length on Cedar treet 91 fret 10 iache ; and oa tbe tooth wester ly aide about ninety three feet, at ore or less. AI aa, all that certaia other lot of ground adjoining the former, and fronting oa Wiliiaaa - ttreet j be ing ia breadth ia front ll feet 10 inches, and in rear ti teet, 2 inches tearing aa off - iet or break on the southwest aid of two feet four inches t and in length oa the northeasterly aide about 93 feet t and on the southwesterly aide 94 (eet 4 Inches, be tbe tame more or lew. Together with . all ana nngular. the hereditament aad appurte nance uiereunio Belonging. P. 6. UILDRETH. ' Jan 15 . Matter iu Chancery. IN CHANCERY. iJaof".Yfic - Fort. . I II pursuanre of a decretal order of thii booora ble court, bearinc date tbe ail teen th dar of ternary instant, - will he told, at pabnc auction, at the Tontine Coflee House, in the city of Mew - York, ander the direction of the subscriber, as ooe of the master of thi court on Saturday the 31st oi January instant, at rwerv o'ctocl, aooo, an that, certain lot. piece, or parcel of ground, aitu - atej tying and being ia the second ward of the city of New - York, aforeaaid, oa the northerly tide of Wilfiam. - ttreet, at the corner of Joha - street bounded soothe rly by William - street, eatterly fey John street, northerly by property of James W. Robinson, and westerly by property ty of .tin. Moore, containing in front and rear, nineteen fcet fire inche, in length, oa John - atrcet,filty - one feet nine incite, and in lenKth oa tha property of Mrs. Moon fifty - two feet eleven inches, be the same mote or lets, with the appurtenance. Dated Jnnaary 17th, 1818. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Janlldtda .' . . Matter la Chancery. . . L CHANCERY. State of New - York, a. 15 Dttrf uance of a decretal order of thit honora Ma court, will be eold at pabHe auction, at Om Tontine Coffee House in the city of New - York. under the direction of th lubtcriber, aa one of tbe master of tbi court, oa Saturday, the fourteenth day of February next, at twelve odork at noon, all that certaia bouts and lot of r round, titunte on the westerly tide of Nassau - street; in tbe third ward of the city of New - York, and known at n'smberSI, boaaded at folio wt erlyUlront b by Nassae - street, westerly ie the erty belonging to Mr. Isaac Mead, . Mr. HodckuMonh Tavern, and rear by propel xttttnerir ox. Mr. ttoa toutherlr br propertrofMr. Elicabeth Giroe - court, containing ia breadth it front and rear twenty five feet, in length on tbe northerly tide one hundred and twelve feet four inches, aad on tbe aouOjerly tide one hundred and ten feet ten inches, be the tame more or lest ; together with all and lingular tbe hereditament and apperte - nance thereunto belonging. Dated tbe Z3d day oi January, loia. - .. - RICHARD I. WELLS, - Matter ia Chancery. 'Not The terms of the tale will be as fol low : 10 ner cent on the dar of sale. 15 ncr rent. on the first day of May next, at which time a deed wiH be executed and possession Riven t the residue to be paid in terea years, with interest half yearly, secured by a bond and mortgage on th premise the house to be insured by the purchaser from the aid first day of May until the purchase money and interest thereon it paid, and the policy to be transferred to the mortgagee f or lurther particular apply at the master of - See, No. SO fine - street JantJd3w IN CIIANCEiiY Henry Erklord, ) tf. i SMe of If em - York, n, Jane. Week uid others. ) IN pursuance ol a decretal order of this honorable court, made in tbe above cause, will be oki ai puDiic auction, ai ine i oonne ionee - Hxuse, m the city of New - York, on Monday, the n iii th day of February next, at IS o'clock at noon ef that day, under the direction aad auptr - inten dance of tlie subscriber, one of the matUrs f this court AU that certain lot. piece, or par - eel of ground, aituate lying and being ia the seventh ward of New - York, and part ot the real estate of Ebeoeser Young, deceased, and to the northward of Cherry - street, and between t'.at and LonVardr - treet ; bounded southerly partly on ground now or - late in possession ot faeorge Peck, partly by a gangway of eight feet, and partly bjr Ebenexer Young' property, now or late in the occupation of Elisha Blossom 5 westerly hy Isaac Ciatoo t northerly by Ebeneser Yaunz. Junior t and eaiterly br John Sinclair 1 cnntaiuine in breadth thr - xirtiout fifty teet nine inches ; and in length oa both aides eighty nine feet ; and alto the neht to, or rririlejre, of all that c - rtain gangway of eight feet in width, leading i.utn Uierrr - street to th groutid hereby conveyed, with the ahtotote right of phasing aad repass - i"S m an umrrmroun taui gangway, tntn nor - e, carts, carriages, loaded a id uoloaded, at nbt. - ifltir.. - inil .lut .lit... .r.Mubi r " " . n.1 HHU UJIMIV U 1M KIWUU. aituate. lyiur ani being in the aaid seventh ward or tin city uiuretAid, oa the north tide ol Cherry - street 1 bounded outherlv in front bv Cherrv. st eet, aforrsairl ; northerly in tl.e rearby emend lat iof - ab Rinhird, and formerly belonging iu..".ic. 1 i iyn;, uie ctiy aioresaid, de eeai1; eagerly by a gangway trf Hght (eet in hreadtfy and westerly by ground now or late of Isaac Ctas m ; containing ia length on each ride om hundred leet, and ia breadth, in front and twenty five sect; which twenty five feet include the one half part of tbe said gangway, and aJso the utt and privilege of the skkI guiif w - .y, in common with the proprietor of tlie M of land adining thereto and which said gangways vo he, and remain, a common gang - Was or pftMase fnr tlie aaea aforetairl 1 which aid lot oi" ground is part of th real estate where - of the said ! Ibrneter Youns. deceased, waa teixed in ice at the turn, of his death ; and wit h was riven and aevisea 10 barah, the win? of John ltaiabird, in and by the last will and tcr!ament of lbs said Elieoexer Young, and by the said Joha and S.rrah fcr.nvere'l to William Weeks. "T - Uicr with all and siorrlar, the ,l - nce, bui - dins. rigtit, member, privileges, hereditament and appurtenances tbereunlo belmurig or m nay wise rr - namiruj. uated Xew - lurk, aanuary via. its its. . , WILLIAM "RAMAN, Master ia Cbaacery. jaa 9 lawSw&dUa JUaCowtuf ChaiMarrWdfurthetUte , ' ' ef New - York, at tbe city of Albany, : oath tenth day of January, ia tlw year of ear Lord owe thousand eight bandred and eighttwB, ' . I ISB9jBftflt t - " The Hoaorable Jamo Kat, Etoiiire, ChcnceHor. ' WilUam Segar, ,. GewgeCsaejt AlexaWoieimie,JohaCap - er, A ilUaaj llenlock and John Rjtcber IT appearing to tbe aatMfactioa) of this Court, by tbe aAdarit of William N. Uyckman, junior, the toOtitor for tbe complainaat, aad the af - ftdarit of the complawant, that proceta of aub - poMa ha been recalarly iteued, requiring tbe e - UdanU Aanaader Gleanie, John Capper, William Henlock and Joha Ritcber, to appear to aad answer tbe amended bill of complaint in tin caaee, aad that neither of the aaid defendant Alexander G Jennie. Joha Capper, W illiam Hea - lock and Joha Ritcber, has appeared, according to the rule of thit court t and that the aaid defendant Alexander Glennie, John Capoer, Wil - bam Henlock and Joha Ritcber, reiide without thit ttate, to wit, n tbe city of London, in ha kintrdom of Great Britain It ia there fore, oa motion of Mr. Munro, of Couneel for the .Complainaat, ordeied, that each of the said deC - ndaata, Alexander Glennie, John Capper. William Healock and Joha Ritcber. cause hia appearance to be enterei and bia answer filed to tbe taid amended bill of complaint within nine month from thit date, aad in default thereof, that the taid amended bill of complaint be taken pro con let so against them to the end that uch decree may be thereupon made aa shall be jutt. And it it further ordered that within twenty day from thit day a copy of thit order be published n m'. seasi iwo w ine peoiic newspaper primru ia thit ttate. and be continued therein lor the term of eight weeks tuccettirely, once in each of the taid week. A copy, ISAAC L. KIP, Jaa t3 lawOw Assistant Register. At a court of chancery held forbw ttate of New - York, at tbe city of Albany, on tbe twenty wreath day of December, in year of our Lord one thousand eight , hand red and terentees, rauu it The Honorable James Kent, Chancel ceiior. Gerard Beekman, e. I Isaac B. Cox aad Corse - 1 nelia, bit wife, and tbe V Globe Insurance Com pa - 1 y. 1 I'P appearuc by affidavit, to the satisfaction 01 uus court, inat process ot luopoana to appear aad answer in the above caase, bath been regularly issued against the above named delendantc, liaac B Cox and Cornelia, bia wife, and the Globe Insurance Company, but that the said de fendant, Isaac B. Cox, could not, upon diligent search andenauiry; made intermediate the teste and return 01 the aaid unpcena be found within this state, to be served therewith. And it further appearing By the said affidavit, that the said tie - fendant. Isaac B. Cox, is bow within tbe United States, either in the state of Kentucky or in the state of Virginia oa motion of David Cod wire, Esquire, solicitor for the complainant, it is or dered that the aid defendant, Isaac it. Cox, do cause his appearance to be entered and hi answer to be Died in this cause, within four months from tbe date of this order, or in default thereof that the complainant's bill of comuaint be taken pre - caafewo araiast him. And it i further ordered, that a copy of thi order be published within twenty day from the date of thi order, ia oae or more of tlie public news pa pert printed in this state, lor eight weeks socceisire - ry, owce at lean in every week. a isopy. ISAAC L. KIP, I dee 31 law8w Assistant Register. " V r.HAXt'VHV The Eagle Fire Company of New' - York, ) George Baraweit, and others. S Statu or is aw Y K Bursuaaee of a decretal order of this honour - 1 able Court, made sn tha above cause, will be sold at poblit awatioa at the Tontine Coflee House, sa the city of New - York, under tbe direction ot tbe anosarfoar, aa oae of tbe Matters ot this court, on Tuesday, the 4th day of November next, at twelve o'clock at aoon All that piece or parcel of land, situate, friar, and frontinc on vvan - strwia the city ot new - low, and known oy a am dc r 1 weary oae, ocmg mMUded at wiiows : tKgwnuig at toe soutn east corner, adioming ine house owned aad occupied bv the Manhattan Company, aad running from tbeace oa a (traight tine northeaster! alone the line of the said house and let of sroead oae hundred and twenty two (eet ; and thence running on a straight line wei - terlv alone the rrounda belonrinc to tbe said Man - nation tompany, rvimund seaman h to. ana yir. wnite, aevenry nve reel, to tne corner 01 Samuel Verplanck's land j and running thence on a atraight line southwesterly along said Ver - planck land, aeventeea feet t thence running eaiterly adjoining the lead formerly or John Keese. eight feet: thence manias southwest erly alone - taid Keeas't land five feet ; and running from thence easterly along said Keese1! ground, tea leet bine inches ; and running thence oa a starting line southerly along said Reese's land thirty one feet : anl thence run nine oa a straight line alnne aaid Keese' land and house, seventy feet to Wall - street ; thence running along Wall - treet, eight feet, to Henry Kermit't noose , and running thence along Henry Kermit's bouse and ground on a straight line, northeasterly, sixty feet, to a gate way ; and running thence along said Kermit's land south easterly, nineteen) feet : running thence along said KermiC house oa a strairht line southwesterly . ixty feet, to Wall - itreet; thence along said Wall - street, twenty one feet nine inches, to the place of beginning'''4 Excepting and reserving the privilege ot using the gangway from wan - street, eight leet wide and (ixry ieei in length, as tne tame was granted to Daniel not' toe, bia heir and assiirns, kc." With the appur ten mace thereunto belonging or ia any wise ap - pertaiaiae. Uated the xxd day f September, 1817. JAMES A. HAMILTON. sen S3 Iaw4wsdta Master in Chancers - . The sale 01' the above propel tv it oottpooed to Wednesday tbe 23th day of January next, at tlie hour and place. a AIVIZ.9 A., aor 4 lawtt Master ia Cbaacery NOTICE. W HEREAS Richard Wallace, late of the firm of Whitinr k Wallace, of Peters burg, Virginia, hath by hi deed of aMirn merit. daiett oa the 0U1 day 01 uecemoer, IBI7, transferred and set over to me all the estate, real, per onal, and mixed 5 all the hooka aad accounts. the rights and credit, which did heretofore be - Ion - to the laid firm of Whiting k Wallace, and t - i the said Richard Wallace, individually, at trustee lor tne creditor ot the said firm of Whiting & Wallace, or of the said Richard Wallace individually 'I bis is to give public notice, that I am alone authorised to settle and adjust all tbe outstanding claims agaimt them, a well a to receive all tbe debt due to tbem. Tbe creditor of the raid firm, therefore, or of the laid Rich ard Wallace, who are disposed to receive thi benefit of the said trust fund, are invited to call upon me and execute; a release ia due form, on or before the 1st day of March next, and the debtors to the said nrm art atsured that tne meat speedy method will be retorted to, lo close all outstand ing debts. JOSEPH PETT1POOL. NorrolK.Yinpfina, 11th Jaa. IES1H. Jaa 19 taw las rYl BROWN, itone seal eug rarer and jewel a . ir, No. ice Broad tray. Coats of arms, crests, cyphers, ate engraved on itooe. A handsome assortment of fins gold teals, chain.", and other jewellery. Laities' aeaU etifrraved with coats of arms, mono, ami fancy devices. Itamomk, ameUrnu, cryKtalt, tc. bought wtuie rongnorcnt t' any torm. Book of heraldry kept with upward M.OTIO name. Jtn 1 3m BOARDING. TWO gentlemer, or a tmaU family, raa - be accomm - Mated with please nt efiarae bad room, at 177 esjt - itiett, a sew fda north ef ua vwtee uoutc. 4M x 1W EVELEEN'J BOWER, atarrftngea and song by Jtfr. f - HILIFPS, i now ready, tor sale at J. A. & H. GEIB'S Afutic ttoee, S3 Maiden - lane.. . . jaa 10 tf - JL.QRD AMHERST'S JlXBASSY TO CHISfA. . , ? JLBTreceired and lor tale by E. VALKN - TINE, 104 Omadway, (3d dour below Fire - street Journal of tlie procerdinst ol the late etn - hamy to China, comprising a correct nan;tite of tbe public transaction ol the emnnsty w ine roy - age to and fromChioa, intenperaed with observation on tlie face of tbe counter, the polity, moral character, and manners of the Chinese nation, illustrated by a large map by Henry Kllit, third commissioner ol tlie emDaiay, i vol. ro. price SI 50. Letter from the Cape of Good Hope, in reply to Mr. Warden ; with extract Irom the great work now compiling under the inspection of Napoleon. Character of Shaketoeare' Play, bv W. HailitL Memoir of Dr. Buchanan. U. D. late rice prerost in the college of fort Wiiliiun, in oenfal. Viaiting and Addret Cards enjrared and print ed. ;tuiu WHEATON'S ITCH OINTMENT. THE long and successful use of thi ointment i a sufficient retomnieadation, a it has een found to be a pleasant, safe and certain rc' medy for that disagreeable disease in all it ta 5es. It is for tale in the city ot ?flw - lorK, nv . A. U W. R. Potl, No. 41 Wiliiam - atreet i I. ii T. Clark. No. 85 Ma den - Lane ; 11. 11 ScbteflWin& Co. No. 193 Pearl - ttrect ; Law rence ll Keese. No. 195 Pearl - street ; Hall Mowne, 146 Pearl - street ; R. to L. Murray, 313 Pearl - ttreet : J. M. Rradhurst, 314 I'earl - sttect John Penfbrd. No. 4 Fletcher - street : Duryee it Poe. in Pearl - street; J' - lin C. Morrison, 1IH5 Greenwich street: John P. Fisher, 105 Broad wav : Walter ll Seaman, corner of Ciianibcr - st. and Broadway, and also inChatham - dreet ; and in short it may be procured at most of lie Drut? . - lores in mis ci'y Alio in rmiauripuia, ui o, Wttherell 1 Son : Georee tluriell , .North bi tio eert, and almost a l the druggists in the principal town in the ijniteii Mate. I.IKKWI3K, WHEATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be had at the above place. jan 22 om NOTICE. rpHE co - partnership heretofore existing be - JL twetn the subscribers, under the firm ol Hucklfu Si .ibbatt, n thi day dittolved, by mil tual consent. The affairs of the concern will he settled ly Thomas Buckley, 153 South - street new - York, 1st mo. 10, lbiu. THOMAS BUCKLEY, ROBT.ABBATT, jun. THOMAS BUCKLEY, having taken his 1011 JOHN LAWRENCE BUCKLEY, into co partnership, the Commission buainesi will be continued on their account, under the firm ol THOMAS BUCKLEY k SON. I mo 14 lm BLACK WkLDS ISLAND VOH SsiLK. 1 T it tituated about five mi'et from the city, I and contain about 1 15 acres of land of the best quality, witnaeood dwelling house, barn. c. rotsettion may be bad the 1st ftiay,orar - lier, if reuuired. Moat 01 the purchase money may remain 00 bond and mortgage, for a number 01 year, r or luruicr particulars, eouuire on tne premise, or 01 AUAM3 5 tH.AUK WM.U, Jan 12 175 Pearl - treet. BROWN SHIRTINGd. A tew case 3 - 4 Brown Shirtinrt, inat received and for tale by the COMMISSION COMPANY. an 13 I4H l'earl - treet. EAGLE TAVEKN, No. 9 W.I RR tVV - S TR REET, ! f Recent! v kent bv James L. Hcdnnbursih WILL furnish beef - tcakes. optcrt, He. at the shortest notice. HOT COFFEE, with or without relishes, i kept constantly in readiness. Jan 7 eodlm rl. lOlt THE LADIES. rpiJE RESTORATIVE POWDER FOR I THE TEETH AND GUMS This ex cellent ore naration comforts and trenethens the gums, preserves tne enamel irom decay, and cleanse and whiten the teeth, absorbing all : .. i that accnmonious sume and l outness, which, sin tered to accumulate, never fail to injure, and fi nally ruin them. m a v a a a o n ran oar r sr int. iMiasa oauve.. Is recommended. ( particularly to the Ladies) as aa elegant and pleasant preparation tor chap ped and tore hp, and every niemisn and incon venience occasioned by colds, fevers, &c. speedily restoring a beautiful rosy color, and delicate soilness to the lips THE GENUINE PERSIAN LOTION, So celebrated amone the lasbionable through out Europe, is an invaluable cosmetic and per fectly innocent and sate, tree irom corrosive and ( . i - - c . i repellent mineral, m uun ui uiuer luuuimj and of unparalleled efficacy In preventing and re moving blemishe in tlie face and skin of every kind, particularly irecxies, pimpies, curis, tei ten. rine - wrrmi. sun burns, tic. renderins tlie skin delicately toft and clear ; improving the complexion and restoring the bloom of youth. Hamilton' useace aad extract ni Aiuciard, for Rheumatiim, Lumbago, Palsy, &c. Hamilton' celebrated tlixer, lor cough, colds, asthma and Consumption. Hamilton's Worm destroying L.orenzcs . Halm's Anti - Bilious Pills Hamiltoo'sGrand Restorative, for nervous dit ease, ate. being peculiarly adapted to r emaie complaints. Sold at LEE'S Medicinc - i tore, No. 46 Maiden lane. Druegists and country store keeper supplied en lilieral term. Certifiedcasei of cure may be seen at the place of sale. Jan cod By authority of tht Btattt of Sfetc - JcTtty and jVtia - lart. THE MILFORO ti OWEGO ROAD LOTTERY, for laciliratint the intercourse be tween the western part of the State ol New - York end the City oi ixew - iorx, inrougn inc btate ol I'ennsjlvania ant ew - Jerey. 1 prize of 70,000 DOLLARS 1 33.000 DOLLARS 2 10.000 DOLLARS 2 5,0(i0 DOLLARS 10 1,000 DOLLARS 30 500 IX). .LARS 140 100 DOLLARS 3)0 30 DOLLARS 3386 Prize not two Blank to a Prize 10.000 Ticket Part of the Prizes will be determined as follow First 1000 Blank. Thirty Dollar each. First drawn No. lit dav. will be entitled to $5,UUU do do do do do do do do do do do d do do do 2d 3d 4th 5th. 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 11th 15th 16th 17th 18th 19th do do do do do do do do do do do do di do do do do 500 1000 500 5000 500 10000 500 1000 500 35000 500 1000 500 70000 500 1000 500 1000 do do do do do do 20th 50G Thi Lotlery will commence drawirr at the Lcity of Jersey, on the fint Tuesday in .May next and will ne coiupi'iea in twenty drawing. 1 he prima will be paid at the Union Bank, in the ci tv of New York, rxty dayt after the drawing will be finished, tubject to a deduction of li per cenL CUAS. KINSEY, ) D.STUART, Comreimioners JNO. LINN. ) Tickets 30 dollar each. Adventurers and Dealer caa be applied 00 applicatioB to lASX O. OGDEN, .a20eodtf 4i Wall - street SOUR &TOJL1CH. IS acknowledged l.y mwicti wmera o compUint ot Stubborn kind, and at all timet very difficult of cure. ' This is sufficiently illustrated in the disappointment of those who unfor - nately suffer under it, a they, for the most part, thi atar havinr tried manv thine to little or no purpoee, they are at lat obliged to use (for perhap the remamder of life) such articles a ran at best but Dalliate the disease. Under such circumstances, any medicine capable of iemo - the comiilaint. must sorely lie an article biehlv deserting the attention of all those who n 1 . L . ... 1.... . . lain tiMt are aiuicien wiui 11 1 w.n iguiui"uii met with in Dt MKAIfiS WA"7'J - VrSEP - TICtSTOMAVH PILLS the success ol which has oer. - r yet been equalled, for tbe cure ol'dyspcia in inmost complicated form, such at los of appetite, nausea, heart hurn, flatulency, knawiitg pain in the stomach pain in the side, great otivenes, paleness in the count - ntnr. languor. Inwneu of spirit, pain in the head, virtigo or giddim is, and disturbcil sleep Whoever applies these pill in the above direaie, accordinz to the directions, will never be disap pointed, as lliey have never been once known to fail 10 producing a radical and permanent cure The useof a single box will convince tbe most unbelieving of liieir rlfkacy. Tly will effectually remove all tonrnen of the stomach, not merely bv oeutralirinz the acid, but by cor recting that morbid ttate of tbe secretioht which jives rise to it, and at tbe same time will restore to the de bilitated organ of digestion, that tone and vigour which is absolutely necessary to the well being of the animal economy. To he had at Brook k Carle's, Pearl - street atJ.C. Morrison's, (treenwiih - ttreet, and at Hull L Uownc' Mb Pearl - ttreet. where drug gists and country dealers will be served on libe ral terms. cry Price one dollar per box. dec 24 6 1 ANNERY rOR bALE. TO be told at public auction, on Wednesday, the IDih day of February next, in the area of the Exchange Coflee House, in the town of Boston, at 12 o'clock at noon. All the real estate belonging to the IlampshiKe Leather Manufactory, situate in the town of Northampton, in the state of Massachusetts. The estate will be told in four Iota, vix I Lot No. 1, containing about 31 acae of land, near the centre of the town of Northampton, on which is erected all those extensive and valuable building, lately occupied hy (he corporation for tanning of leather, with about 300 vats, some of whic h are very large ied part of them under cover, in which leather may be handled during the winter ; it is presumed there i not in the tateto extensive and valuable an establishment for carrying on the tanning businets as this. A particular description of the building and pri - viledge would take up too much room for no advertisement. Lot No, 2 contain about 3 acres, situate on tha north side oi the county road, directly opposite to kit No. 1, on which are two dw elling bouse, with convenient out buildings, is on high ground, and considered a very delightful equation. Lot No. 3, containing about four acres of land, situate on the eaiterly tide of Mill River, ahnnt two miles from the mee'tni! house in Ncithamp - I ton, w ith a valuable mill privilege and building I hereon. Lot No. 4 contain about one acre of land, on which is erected a bark mill and hark shed. i - tuate near Edward' tavt rn, about 6 mile Irom noriuampion, on ineAinany ioaa. Any irsofi bavins an inclination to purchase all or any part oi the.loregoing property, are invited to examine it. The corporation pledge themselves lo sell to the uigliest bidder, being determined to close their concern. Any information respecting the estate may be obtained on application to JOoIAH DWIUHT, Equire, at Aortnampioti, or nn 14 India - street." Boston. 1 CURPOHJiriO PROPEiU'i. TO lie sold at public auction on Friday tbe 20th February, 1818, at tlie City Hail, 12 o'clock. The hishly valuable I A KM now occupied ny Mr. William A. Hardenhrook, about & miles from the city, containine together nearly Bity a ere of land. - It will be sold in lot from S to 10 acre each, situated on the 6th, 7th, Cth, 9th, K 10th avenues; on the latter stand the dwelling house and out buildings, but a short distance from tlie Hudson River. This property is worthy the attention of thote who wish to possess handsome country seat I a it contiguity to the city, commandii g view of tbelludim, retired situation, and choice quality ol some of the ground, together w ith an ample supply of wood, ren der it one of the most desirable object of purchase. A map of the premises may be teen, and further particular known, at tbe Comptroller! Of fice, City Hall. Jan 6 dti THK LAsi' NOTlCn;. To these who are oa ing urrear of taxes to 0k; corporation of the city and county of New - York t fr7 - The time limited for the payment thereof expired on uie ist inst. ana I am now engageo in making a return of such property a remain delinquent, preparatory to the advertisement and ale thereof for the payment of said Taxes, and such other turns as may be required to meet the expenses of such ale, which will take place when completed. I am directed to receive an arrears wmenmay he offered, prior to the completion of the above - named return and will attend at this office dai ly from 10 to 2 o'clock, until that period. T. W. GILBERT, Collector. CoDectoi's Office, No. 2 City Hall,) January 15, ltfia. ) Jan 16 lm INESTIMABLE OlsCOVERY. HEALTH preferred ami restored without fedicine or Qaackery, which often de - troys the delicate constitution and debilitate the strong Cold bring on tha most alarming disorders, with those 1011000? rheumatic pains, lumbago, goat, Sc. which all the faculty have not been able to eradicate. 1 a prevent is bet. ter than to care. R. YEO has prepared (from a receipt of a very eminent physician) leather (of which be make shirts) of the most vital and nutritious quality, which will prevent all the above men tioned complaints. I hey produce an animal heat to the body, wluch cannot be obtained from flannel, patent fleecy hosiery, or lamb's wool they tbsorb all perspiration, and resist all the humidity that injure tha human frame they are saft and pleasant to wear and do not produce that irritability that 11 so unpleasant in Banna! Those who have favored him with their orders have declared their astonishment at the benefits derived from them. To be had of RICH'D YEO, breeches maker and leather dresser, 165 Water - street ; where alto may be had leather pantaloon, doe skin vest, all kinds of glove and mitten of the best quality, wholesale and retail, at the shortest notice. dec 31 m' OTO LEASE, For ont or more yean. Tbe Farm and Mansion House belonging to the subscriber, situated en the banks of the Hudson, ont mile south of th village of Poughkeeptie The form 1 suitably divided mto meadow, orchard, and arable land. Tbe fruit are abun dant, and of the best kinds The mansion boar is commodious and large, eighty feet long, with piatza in front The situation has long been ad mired, and the lofty locust - tree by which it it decorated, render it the mot desirable residence between New - York and Albanr The rent will be moderate, at tbe care and attention of the tenant will be taken into consideration For par ticulars apply to the propietor, either personally or Dy letter. HENRY A. LIVINGSTON, Pon;hkeepsic, January 20, ISIS . Jan 21 2aw4w ELEGANT PORT iBLK DESK. He, LON DON made roe - Hoot, Writing Deak, nenry ora - a oennd. nnished tn a superior tirie 01 convenience, wun pott sdlio. Candle - suck. Yc Will be told cheap Also, two handsome dressing case, aa elcjmat tea ranr, ana a day or night telescope. Apply tn. AMBROSE CHANE, Jajit3 6t IJi Broadrray. V POST CHAISE LISE. FOR P II I L A O E L P H I A Tlie POST CHAISE, with every convenience for Passengers and their baggage (through n one day) will le.ive ti.e Pott Chaise Office, 118 Broadway, opposite the City Hotel every day (fcun - d .js evepted) at 7 o'clock in the morning, by way of .NewaiL, and arrive the same daj at Philadelphia. , ' ., I he M ML PILOT, in opp.4ii"n to the Mail Comb, with superior accminodalions lor "at - n.'..i anil their haL - a?e. will leave the SMKC pi;., e every day (Sunday, excepted) at half past I ,,' P.M. will proceed before theMail.and not .u ect to the i icnnveuience of stopping at tlie numerous Pot Oflk s on the road, but every atcommodalinn provided for the traveller, ann arrive some hour before the Mail at Philadel nhin. fart 1 dollari. fjjr - All goods and baggage at the risque of the owner. JOHN N. GUMMING, Newark. JOHN GULICK & SONS, Princeton. - STOCKTON 4: HOWELL, Philadelphia. Jf. B. Expraiet lo any fori ofiht Vnilti Stale, bv L. BAKER CO. Jan 33 tf POST COACH LIM. sum lrilLAtELrlA bi wat or rowi.KS - neoK IMFORTAKT TO f AtSKKttERS. No connection with thepos chaise line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPOSITION REVIVED. ANEW Line of Post Coaches with every convenience for passengers and baggage, on Springs THROUGH IN ONE DAY. Tbe Post Coach will start from the Coach office, old No. 1 Courtland - street, N. York, every morning, Sunday excepted, at 1 - 2 post 6 o'clock, by way of Newark, New - Bruniwick, Princeton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the same evening. Fare 8 dollar. 7a Steam Boat Line INDUSTRY, will tart from New - York every morning (Sunday excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the Steam Boat Atalanta, from the north title of the Battery, lodge at Kingston, and arrive in Philadelphia next day to dine r are through ft United States Mail Coach, with a guard, with every convenience for passengers and baggage, no springs. The U. S. mail coach will start from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtlandt - street, New York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only 6 passengers admitted. Fare 10 dollars.. For tents in the ahove named Lines, - apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established Cc - acb, 8tage and Steam Boat office, at the old No. 1 Courtlandt - stiert, the econd office from Broadway, New - York ; to ISAAC BRQWN, No. I Wahington - strett;ortoA. T.GOODRICH & CO. No - 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, New - York. 03AII good and baggage at the risk of the owners JOSEPH LYON, SONS ti CO. N. B Expresses tent to any part of the Con tinent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Jan tz U. S. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, WITH A GUARD, ffy The public are assured that thi line is equal to any in the U. S. for the convenience and rumiort ot tr.e traveller. With the addition of th guard, the passenger may rest tecure a to hi haggage and ptrsoDwl alety the coach ne - er hting h it whilst chanrinr at the post office. without a person on tbe box. The way mail Is put in separate bag and changed in the European ttrle. The U S. Mail Coach will tart from the coach office, old No. 1 Conrtlnnd - tteet, New - ork every day at 2 o'clock r. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock ; only G passengers admitted in thi coach. For seat apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at tlie old Coarh and Stage Office, old No 1, second office from Broadway in Courtlandt - street, or to . 1 . UUUUKllsH U to. io. i ji uroadway, irnerofCedar - ttreet, New - York. - N. B. All good and b iseace at the risk of tne owner. J. LYON & SONS. Powlej Hook. WILLIAM GULICK & CO. Kingston. CHESTER BAILEY, Philadelphia. Expresses lent to any part of the Continent by jan 20 THOS. WHITFIELD. tiOU COPIES OF WRIGHT k HAWEIS. A TREATISE on, That being Bom Again, without which no man can be saved : bv Samuel Wright, D. D. : to which is added, the Communicant' Spiritual Companion, or an evan gelical preparation for tbe 1 - ord's Supper, by the Revd. Thoma Haweia. eOOcotue of thi work ia sheets, or by the tingle one, boond, for tale by U. VstlAK 1 r.ns. Circulating Library, 138 Fulton itreet. Jan 151m, Junr. having mauearranemcftp . with a respectable house in Madeira, to be supplied with a proportion of the wineiof the Pa - niheioi&t. Antonio and uama oe Lohos, (anj - versally acknowledged to produce the best Madeira in tbe Island) hat opened a wine store, at No. 40 William - itreet, where he will receive order for thi wine, from gentlemen wishing to lay up a stock for tbetr own use ; and (by the agree ment with the bouse in Madeira) 11 the wine, on arrival, be not approved by D. L. Jr. it it not to be sent to the parties ordering it. D. L. Jr. hat taken great pain to procure from rations places in the United State ai)d the west indies, ine oesi madeira, that was to be purchased, in the wood, and old bottled wine, of very tujruui ijuuiiijr, iiviii )jii,ie iiucbs, wnicn he now oner lor saie. tie will constantly keep on hand an assortment of the choicest wines and liqiionL selected with care by himself, and will sell none which be cannot WARRANT PURE as IMPORTED. Jan 19 lm PATENT ELASTIC RAZOR SJROPS. - PI EORGE SANDERS, lately from London. JT once more addreste the pttblic, thanks them for past favors, and once more venture to recommend his strop as one of the most comfort. giving contrivance that ever blest th chin of man. tie will instruct anv Mlt - fhavwf gentle man in th ate of it, and when once posseted of the secret and a box ol composition, he may say with tbe poet of nature, " To (have to sleep perchance to dream while in the operation and who would bear the twealn and acts of bar her bate : who would grunt and iweat under a loathome beard, or a dull razor use, when he might hi quietus make with a simple Saunder's strop?" Come then to hi manufactory at the corner of Read - street and Broadway, and there you will find tht subscriber always ready to re ceive in command ol bis customers, dec.ltf JHOOHCS IRISH MtLUOIKz. TUST published nnd for srtle hy A. T. GOOD - iS ilICU It CO. No. I?4 Broadway, corner ol Cedar - street, opposite' thh t ,'ity Hotef. a new and beautiful hot - pressed edition Of Irish Melodies, Songs and. Sacred Songs hy Thomas .Moore, Etq. price ?5rcota, in exti a boards. Also. InMvpuhliMiPd. Lord Byron's F.nli.h Bards and Scotch Reviewers, a satire, price 60 cents. Eccentricities for Edinburgh, being a volume of humorous poem, by George Colman, the youngs, price SOcent.. . J an 7 31 OiX)K UF KOts. A FEW pound botlfea ofOdof Rofea, just a. a. tc bjtcu irom amjma, ana lor ante uy - dectt . fiOBERT LENOX. how ft .ft.r;t - i. timber of tha faculty of AvtU aod surger, tjujre, deem, it hia dc - ty to repeat inme onsemtio.. ,. , the abuse of MERCURY. A rash, indiscriminate, and unqoali. fied usetMereof, has been produo. tive of infinite mischiaf. it sanus are annually mercurialised out of exist, ence. 1 he duease we have in view owe it taJ results chiefly to this source. M What a ni that a young man, the hope of hi country the darting of hi parents, thould be tauili7 v. ay fioro all the proapecU and enjoyitieaU of hfc by the consequences ef one ungaarded moment! and by a disease not ia its own nature fatal. u4 which only proves so from neglect or improoeT ' rt - almcuL' A geatlemap, (late DrHIW " tiem) now perlectly beam and well, had bee, enderphytK iausof genpal practice, eixye - ri. and repeatedly saliva, d ; when recommended U Dr. H. (by a geatyman of this rKy) bis bones were carious, and his flesh dropping irom tliem his friend declared he could not poaibly iir,r. two month longer. Thousand erperaccni.M. know with what ease and safety Dr. U. erari cates the severest cases, and cofifirm the'coaitl tution. The Doctcr'a plan farinfti'n. . - . cessary to guard tlie pullic against the a'ouse of Persons, thereiore, fcaving cohtrarCed a nri vata disorder, or suspecting latent poison. 1 admonished not to tamper with their couitim. tion, or conceal the disorder, till put recore ry t others having the remains of an old case" or other impurities of (be Wood, as veil as other complaint! of a delicate nature, in eitjl sex. should remember posterity, and do iuitica to thair consciences, by making application to Dr, H. at his old and respectable estab. lithmetil, No. 64 Water - street, our boose Wert of Old - fHp, to obtain that prompt assistance a. lone calculated Co prevent disclosure. And hen let roe claim your serious attention Remembtt a superficial cure is no cure at all ; unlet tlieba" inettii radically done, you will certainly Lava the diiorder break ont again with redoubled ma lignity, at some future period j perhap then will he too late for remedy. Don't you often meet fa the itreet miserable, mutilated beings, without even a bit of nose oa their face ? Take warninc" I beseech you. Dr. H't. character lor skill and stubborn intt. t rl'y being universally known in this city, tinea 1804, guarantee to patient that delicacy and ss crery hitherto unknown, and having confined hi practice for years past, exclusively to tlie cure o( diseases of the blood systam, they may safely caW colate on tlie most decided advantage in con suiting Dr. H. Gleet eradicated in twe or three week. Stricture removed without bougies or any oth - er instrument ; and all debilities i likewise all old ulcerations, fistula' etc. A plurality of orhcet are prorided, and so tif. ated that patient are not exposed to each other' observation. Open till b. If past 9 in the evening. All person concerned are invited to he free u calling,, and (peaking with Dr.H. which j ret of cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid I be expression of gratitude for innumerable recommendations, and for the decided preference (it ia presumed with jurt cause) mug given him by a judicious puhlic. N. B. All letter must be post paid, s Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 1v AJS.1JU tR (tLACAARX jOR LVfu'zi. TION. 1 YU 'perior Jnirthoil of curinga certain Disease, isnowumver. tally acknowloiteed intiiii city ; hi mode of treatment i prriectly mild, afe, ex - ii - uiuuu, and hi chare reasonable. In every instance he warrant a cure, and will return the pay il bt doe not Perform ir...l,u tto contract. V Hie strictest secrecy always obert. 1 here are many persona in this city and it vicinity, laboring under varioua chronic diseases, such as cancer, old inveterate ulcer, tcroV,' or king evil, Drtula. disease of the urethra, bladder and kidtuea, old complicated comptaiata of a certain nature, bilious and other obstructions, rheumatism, Vc. which they consider inc. ralle, tliey can certainly he cured (in eeneraTJ by applying at Dr. EV ANS'S Medical Store, No, 9, Pock - alip, having practiaed in extehsive hospilals u Europe 12 years, under tome of the first Surgeons and lliy ticians ia the world, tad made those obstinate Lsaies hi constant tndf for 30 rears. (ic l5 BBB. OOr VVHEAToiv l DA - VISTFancv turera, N0. 153 Fulton - treet, opposite St. Paul Church, oner for sale, wholesale sci retail, a large and elegant assortment of Curld Maple, p.ain painted and ornament ed in gold Sihronre, Bamboo, Ptaih and Gilt Balls, Rocking, Sewing, and Conversation Chairs. Sofa. Settee. Loungee, Mutic Stool, ate. Order from any part of the continent executed with neatnen and dispatch. Old Chairs repaired, painted and ornamented. oct 13 A GREAT NATURAL CURIOSITY. THE public are informed thst thii morning was landed the long expected FEMALE EL - , 1 . I v i r.rnart 1 , and it to oe S I I Vf - seen at No. 296 Broad - ifjl I l war. near Washington ftTTTi..11" Hall. The size of this animal is about 7 leet high, and about Ik leet loug from the end of the proboscia to the end of the tail. She is to be fem from 9 o'clock A.M. to 9 in the evening. Price of admittance 25 cent. no27tf fr7 The subscriber bavin" recently returned from England with an important improvement 00 tht artificial spring LEG, he take this method of informing his friends ami the public, that all ; thoso who are so onfortuuate as to bt in want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by applying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. Jan 22 WJI, PURVIS. ORIENTAL rOWDER, ' For removing superfluous Hairs. fCT ui' SAL.' ! ; Cold Cream ; Al t nd paste ; antique and ' us - - sia oil; pomade depr se for thickening tbe hair; tooth powders : opiate - for the teeth 1 essence, lavender, orange flower, hun - arie and ne wafers; J;matum in pot K rolls; reth tooquin bears ;rose, violet and plain bur powder ; scissors ; rajors ; pen and pocket knives ; hair and mourning pt iarliei work and rlreMir - g rates ; gentlemen' travelling case ; for saie at the chymical perfume and fancy manufactory of . N. SMITH DAV1ES k CO. 130 Broadway, nearly opposite City Hotel. Who have also on hand, r. - wc, - jessamine, violet, orange, vernacular, abytinian, honeystickk, Nnple and lavender nap 5 patent PEN l.TKA - TING II AIR BRUSHES, fancy articles Sc. Jan 27 NEW - YORK: PRINTED AND PCBLISBEP MICHAEL nURNJIAJf CO. VO. 42 PlrTK - STKItrT. fee I S: rV cns -

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