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1 XlAloii 1 . u:u ? IN. CHANCERY. ' . State of New - York, it. IN pun nance of decretal order of this honors - tks court, bearing data the 7 lb day of July last, win be told at pqMir paction, at the Ton - line Coffee Hoose, ia the city of New - York, bd - )erth dirertioaof tlietohfcriher, atone or the router of this court, on Thursday, the 8th day of Jantmry next, at fVereoVlock at noon, ' all that rnrtain Mock, or trier of r round and toil ' tinder water, to he made land and ground, out of the North or Hndton'i uiver, utuate, lying ana being between Washington - street and a certain new ttreet of tewnty feet in breadth, to be made fronting on the laid North River, called Wett - ttreet, and ii bounded at follows : north - easterly and easterly if Liberty - ttreet ; north - westerly snd westerly by West street aforesaid ; toutb - wetterly and westerly by Cedar - ttreet, and totjta - eatterly and easterly by Washhigton - ilreet : containing in breadth oa Washington - f treet and Wett - ttreet one hundred and ten feet tix inches, and ia length along Liberty - street one hundred and teventy - teveo feet, and along Cedar - street one band red and seventy - two feet" j together with the appurtenances, tuldVt sever - tbetcM to the rents, covenants, restrictions and Agreements to which - said premises are subject, in atror of the corporation of the city of ffew - Yorkt at implied, reserred aad created by them. Dated Nor. Ifh, 1817. - ... J MILS A. HAMILTON. . ;. - ,.... . Master ia Chancery If ota. - The sale af the lore property is post - 1 Tmd to Friday, the 30th iaaiant, at e'tven o'clock, A. M. at the same place. It will be sold in lots or parcel, and on liberal terms, which may be known hi applying at the Master edict, Mo. 3 Law Buildings t where a map of the premises may be teen. , January Olh, 1818. Jan9dts IN CHANCERY. Slate of Xev - York, n: IN parMr&nrt) of a decretal order of this honorable conrt, will be told at - polilio auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New - York, on the 3 1st dar of January inst. at It o'clock in the forenoon, nil that certain house and lot of ground, titan ted in the city of New - York, at the corner ofCedar and William - atreeta, and known and. distinguished at bouse No. 63 William . street t said lot being in breadth in front and rear 35 fret 2 inches, and in length on Cedar street 91 feet 10 inches ; and on the soutbwetter ly tide about nintr three feet, more or lest. Al to, all tbnt certain other lot of ground adjoining the former, and fronting on William - street $ be ing in biradth in front 21 feet 10 incites, and in rear 84 teet t inches ; leaving an off - set or break oh the southwest tide of two feet four inches ; and in length on the northeasterly tide about 93 jl - ci : - ana on ine sown westerly tine m feci 4 inches, be the tsme more or less. Togetherwilh nil and tingotar, the hereditaments and apporte ranees thereunto belonging. - p. G. IHLDRETH. Jan 15 Matcr in Chancery. IN CHAfsCERY. T ' ' i ! Stale of Jl'cm - Tork, is. TN purmowe of a decretal order of this bonora X ble court, bearing date the siiteentb day of January instant, will be sold, at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the ri'y of New - York, under the direction of tlie subscriber, a one of the masters of this court, on Saturday the 31st of January instant, at twelve o'clock, noon, all that certain lot, piece, or parcel of ground, situate, lying and being in the second word of the city,' of New - York, aforesaid, on the northerly tide of William - ttreet, at the corner of John - street 4 bounded southerly by William - street, easterly by John street, northerly by proertj ol Jaroes'W. Robinson, and westely by property lyof Mrs. Moore, containing in I root and rear, nineteen feet five inches, in length, on John - ttreet,fifty - one feet nine inches, tmd in lensth on the property of Mrs. Moore fifty - two feet eleven inches, be tn same more or less, with the appurtenances. Dated January 17th, 1HIH. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jan17dlds ' Master in Chancery. . . . IX CHANCERY. Slate of New - York, ss . IN pursuance of a decretal order of this honorable court, will be sold at public auction, at the Tontine Coffte House in the city of New - York, under the direction of the tuhcriber, as one of the masters of this court, on Saturday, the fourteenth day of February next, at twelve o'clock nt noon, all that certain hous - and lot of ground, rituate on the westerly sida of Nassau - street, in the third ward of the city of New - York, and known as nimber51, bounded as follows : east erly in front by Nassau - street, westerly in the rear ny prop - ny oeionging to ftir. nunc wcn northerly by Mr. Hodekinson's Tavern, am southerly by property or Mr. Elitaheth Giron - court, containing in breadth in front and rear twenty five leet, in length on the nortlierly side one hundred and twelve feet fonr inches, and on the southerly tide one hundred and ten feet ten inches, be the same more or loss ; together with nil and singular the hereditaments and appurte nance thereunto belonging. IJated the Tid day or January, mill. RICHARD I. WELLS, Master in Chancerr. . .Note The terms of the tale will be as fol laws : 10 per cent on the dar of tale. 15 per rent on tlie first day of May next, at which time a deed will be executed and possession given ; the residue to be paid in seven years, with interest half yearly, secured by a bond and mortgage on the premises the house to be insured by the purchaser from the said first day of May until the purchase money and interest thereon is paid, and the policy to be transferred to the mortgagee Tor further particulars apply at tlie mastnr's of fice, wo. 5i rine - strret janratuw IN CHANCEttY. Henry Eckfurd. ) tu State of yew - York, tt. Jane weeks and others. ) TN punuance of a decretal order of this honora1 J. ble court, made in the above cause, will be told at public auction, at the Tontine CofiVe - Houte, in the city of New - York, on Monday, the mnin day 01 rehruary next, at iz o'clock at noon of that day, under the direction and super intendence of the subscriber, one of the masters of this court All that certain lot, piece, or par cel 01 grouna. situa'e lying and neing in tne se Tenth ward of New - York, and part of the real c tat of Ebenezer Youns. deceased, and to the noruSward of Cherry - street, and between that nnd Lomhardv - street : bonniled - - outherlv tmrtlv on ground now or late in possession of George Peck, partly by a gangway of eight feet, and partly by tbeoexor Young's property, now or late in tlie occupation of Elisha Blossom ; wet rly by Isaac Clason 1 northerly by Liwnezer Young, Junior ; and easterly by John Sinclair; containing in breadth throughout fifty feet nine inches : and in length on both sides eishty tiin - feet ; and also the right to, or pri vilege, of all that certain gangwry of eight feet in width, leading irom unerry - street to the ground nereny convey - ' ed, with the absolute right of passing and repassing at all times through said gangway, with n - r - et, carts, carriages,' loaded aid unloaded, at pleasure. And also, all that certain lot of ground, aituate, lying and being in the said seventh ward of the city aforesaid, on the north side of Cherry - atreet ; bounded southerly in front by Cberry - s treet, aforesaid ; northerly in tlie rearhy cround late of Sarah Raiohird, and lormrrly belonging to Ebenezer Young, of the city aforesaid, de ceased ; easterly by a gangwav of eight feet in breadtrij and w - slerly by ground now or late of Isaac Clason . - siuntainiiig in length on each ride '. one hundred feet, and iu breadth, in front and rear, each t - venty five feet ; whrch twenty five ' feet includes the one half part of the said gang - . way, and also the ue and privilege ot the sail I "gangway, in common with tlie proprietors of il lots of land adjouur.g thereto ; and which said . trans way is to be, and remain, a common cm way or passage for the uses aforesaid ; which taid lot of cround is part of the real estate wh - tv. i Cf the laid Ebenezer Young, deceased, was seized .in fee at lite time nfhi death; and which wa given and detised to Sarah, the wile 01 John - ttfimhird, in and by the Inst will and testament . of the taid F.beneZer Yourg. and by the taid r John and Snh conveyed to iViliiara Weeks. TogKher tvithxall and singilar, the ed'ticet, . rwiii'iiiirs, rights, member, privilege, heredita - BKnts and appurtenances thereqnto belonging or in any wise npperiaimng. vaita Iew - iutlt, January yui, uio. WILLIAM SEMAN, ' - ' ' " - ' Matter in Chancery, Jaa3Jw3?rSdtdi .... . - - , : WHEREAS Richard. Wallace, Me of tie Urn of Whiting Wallace, of Petcrt - hurr, Virginia, hath by hit deed of assignment, dated on the 6th day of December, 1817, transferred and set over to me all the estate, real, per tonal, and mixed j all the books and accounts, the rights and credits, which did heretofore lie - long to the said firm of Whiting It Wallace, awl to the said Richard Wallace, individually, a trustee for the creditors of the laid firm of Whiting Si Wallace, or of the said Richard Wallace indiTidually'i hit it to gie public ootke, that I am alone authorised to settle and adjust all tl f nutitandinr claims azainst them, as well as to receive all the debts due to them. The creditors of tlie said firm, therefore, or of the taid Richard Wallace, who are disposed w receive the benefit ot the said trust fund, are invited to call upon toe ami execute a release la due form, on or before the 1st day of March nest, and the debtor to the taid firm are assured that tlie most speedy methods will be retorted to, to cloe all ontstand - ing debts. JOSE HI FETF1POOL Norfolk, Virginia, Uth Jan. 1818. ' Jan 19 2awlm THE Society for the Promotion of Industry have at present for sale at the rooms in Anthony - street, ami at 112 William - street, ma traMtt of different sizes (or families and for ship's births; comfortables of different sixes j linn and other shirts of various qualities for men and boys ; check and flannel do ; and stout home made cloth over frocks tor carmen; thread of different colours for sewing, knitting and for shoemakers1 use. Alo, twine and knit bouse cloths. A great variety of articles for ladies' and chil dren's use. Orders are received at the House of Industry, and, at No. 112 William - street, and carefully attended to by the managers, four of whom remain in the house from 10 till two o clock every day except Saturday. fX I' earnestly wished by the members of the society mat the c ti2ens should visit the house of indu'try, and judge for themselves of the be nefit it is calculated to afford to indigent females. Jan 27 lw fJOBEKT WAITE, Jun. has the pleasure M.i of informing bis numerous ti icnds and customers, that he lias made a considerable contract in the MILt ORI) & O1VEG0 ROJWLOF.TF.RT, Authorized by the States of New - York and New - Jersey. , To commence drawing the 5lh Mav, and to be completed in Twist r Uats 1 prize of 70,000 Dollars 1 do .15,000 do . 2 do 10,000 do 2 do 5,000 do n do 1,000 do 30 do 500 do 110 do 100 do 3200 do 30 do 3336 Prizes not two r.lanks to a Trize. Only Ten Thousand Tickets. TickU 30 1 Quarters 7 50 II Ives 15 Eighths 3 75 Two tickets in this lottery may gain the enor - moussum of $ 105,000. This circumstance alone renders it superior to every other lottery in the United States. 1 be obiect of tins lottenr is to facilitate the intercourse between the western partsof lh state of New - York and this city. As bas a tendency I o increase the resources and wealth of a state and city already pre - eminent ie the union, it will doubtless mettt with the appro - ' oauou ana encouragement of all the citizens. ROBERT WAITE, Jcjr. Jan 23 tf 130 It road way. FATf.fifJ' KhAXTW Ji.i.UU Situn. gi EORGE SANDERS, lately from London, J once more addresses the public, thanks them for past fnvon, andonre more ventnres to recommend his strops as one of the most comfort - giving contrivances that ever blct the chin nf man. lie will instruct anv self - shaving gentle man in the use of it, and when once possessed of the secret and a tmx of composition, he may say with lira poet or nature, " I o shave to sleep perchance to dream while in the operation ml who would bear the tweaks and acts of bar ber base; who wonld grunt and tweat under a loathame beard, or a dull razor use, when he might his quietus make with a simple Saumler's strop?" Come then to his manufactory at the corner of Reed - street and Broadway, and there yon will find the subscriber always ready to re ccive the commands of bit customers. dec 5 tf INESTIMABLE DISCOVERY. TTEALTH prerrrved and restored without - tlJL .Veuicine or Qnickcry, which often de - troys the delicate constitution and debilitates the strong Colds bring on the most alarming disorder, with those lortunn rheumatic pains. lumbago, gout, lie. which all the faculty have not been able to eradicate. To prevent is bet ter than to care. R. YEO has prepared (from a receipt of a very eminent physician) leather (of which he makes shirts) of the most vital and nutritious luahty, which will prevent all the above men tioned complaints. They produce an animal heat to the body, which cannst 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 sft and pleasant to wear and do not produce that irritability that is so unpleasant in flannel rhose who have favored him with their order? have declared their astonishment at the benefit! derived from them. To be had of RICII'D YEO, breeches maker and leather dresser, 1G. W ater - strcet ; where also mar be had leather pantaloons, doe skin vests, all kinds of gloves and mittens of the best quality, wholesale and retail at the shortest notice. '' dec 31 m AVERT DESIRABLE COUNTRY RESIDENCE. The subscriber offers for sale his house and a hout H acres of Land in Flushing on Long Hand. 11 miles from New - York. The house is large and very convenient for a genteel family and com mands an extensive and beautiful prospect. The Mauie,carnage noine, woounoim. poultry nouse stc. recently uuilt. the rui!i1inir and lence are in excellent repair, and lately painted. The zatden is larse and well storked with a variety ol fruit, and th orchard with the best kinds of apiilts ears, 4c. .Near tne house are two wells 01 excellent watt r and a new cistern, all with good purops this place it very conveniently situated, tliere being conveyances, by good stages or packets to and from New - York every day, except Sundays. For further particulars and terms of tale apply to JOHN ASriMYALL, Jan 2S tm No. 123 Pearl street. i,.j.. ...J t nt V'i I 111 U.l 1 ! Ti 1 . L 1 - : . . a . j t. 1 tlj j lira vaiusuic siiDAit - u ciurc nnu uwri .s House win im sold at auction at the 1 ontme Coffee House, on Wednesda (tomorrow.) " The tors is now occupied by Messrs. Arthur Tappan x Co. I lie house is a convenient residence for a family, and may be converted iota upper stores and ' uVes at small exnence. For particulars ap ply to the auctioneers, or at No. 30 Wall - street. I'. L. MILLS I U tan 27 Auctioneers. An unexpired lesse of 4 rears from the Mav nelL ol tl hniiv anrl Int o. 9!t? B'nadway.cornrrofReed street, opposite Wash - i Eton Hall. The lower part is divided into two stores, completely Ott - d witS shelve, fcr. and are eligible siluations for business of any kind. For terms apply at tne Collet tr's c(5re. No. 2, on basement d.r of the City Hall, between the hnurs of 10 and 2, until the 2d day of February Jan 27 fit 'S.li T'J Ur. l.Kl. And immf - diate povseMion riven, that ttv. cioos three storv bri k bouse. No. Liberty sires t. wen caK - ulniM lor a Iwardinjf house. Apriy - Samuel s. ;oody ear, Jan r7 lOt 120 Watcr stcetL WIIEATON'S ITCH OINTMENT - THE long and successful ese of tfai ointment i a sufficient recommendation, at it has been found to be a pleasant, safe and certain re medy for that disagreeable disease in a'l its stares. It i for tale in the city of New - York, by J. A. fc W. R. Post, No. 41 William - ttreet; I. fi T. Clark, No. 85 Maiden - 1 .aae ; 11 - 11 - SchicflVlin 6i Co. No. 193 Pearl - street ; Law rence ti Keee. No. 19 j Pearl - street : Hell Bowne, 146 Pearl - street ; R. & L.Murny, 313 Pearl street ; J. M. Fraithorst, 314 Pearl - strret ; John Penford. No. 4 Fletcher - street : Durvee : Poe, in Pearl - street; J - ho C. Morrison, isa Greenwich street : Jot.n P. isher, 106 Broad Uwav : Walter hi Seaman, corner ot Chamher - st and Broadway, and also in Chatham - street ; ana in snort it may be procurrn at most oi trie uru; stores in this ciiy Also in Philadelphia, of S, Witherell k Sons z C.eorce Harrell . North il Ro eers, and almost a1! the drug;ists in tlie principal towns in the United statrt. I.IKEWIIF, WI1EATO.VS JAUADICE BITTER? may be had at the above places. jany?6n iNOIICE, fT'HE co - partnership heretofore existing be J. tween the subscnlicrs, under the firm of Hueilev & .ibbntt. H this ditv dissolved, bv mu tual consent. The affairs of the concern will be settled by '1 hnmas Puck Icy, 153 South - street New - York, 1st mo. W, loin. THOMAS BUCKLEY, . ROBT. AllBATT, jun. THOMAS BUCKLEY, having taken hit ton JOHN LAWRENCE BUL'KLfcY. into co partnership, the Commiisino business will be continued on their account, under the firm of THOMAS MJCKLEY & bOS. I mo 14 lm to rct snrn THE FOLLOWIM VALUABLE PROPERTY, HELONGING TO THE ESTATE OF THE LATE DR. THOMAS JONES. ff?L The Dwelling House and premises now ti n?! in the possession of Mrs. Margaret Jones, knoM - n at number 343 Broadway, being 3d feet 8 inches in width in front, and 32 feet 6 inches in the rear, and 140 feet in depth : together with the brick stable, and lot on which it stands, in the rear oi the dwelling bouse, being about 27 feet square and the undivided half oi'a lot fronting on Leonard street, tieing leet wide on Leo - nard - strert, and 63 feet 10 inches in depth : whicli undivided lot is held in common between William Denning, Esq. and the owners of the property now offered for sale, and is intended for a passage way to their stables and yards. The above property is situated in the most eligible part of thicity, and is, in every part, in the best repair and most complete order. fUnt Three Lott of Ground, situated at the Vioj corner of Broadway and Warren - street; being known on the map ol the lands belonging to Trinity Church as Nos. 415,416 and 417, and contain, together, 75 feet in breadth on Broad way, and in the rear 87 feetd inol.es on Warren - street, and t9 feet 9 inches on the northerly side. These lots, with the builaines thereon, are now under lease to various tenants, forteims which will expire on the 1st May, 111 20, and at such rents as amount, in the whole, to 2425 annually, besides all taxes. These three lots will be sold in one parcel, and subject to the unexpired leases. , ffift A Dwelling House nnd Lot of Croind, i!rss! known as No. 147 Water - street. Iietween Pine - street and the HI v Market, heine 22 feet lb 1 1 '! A A 1 A " . TtJ I ni' iiei in vviuiii id ironif ana i teei i incucv id known asNo. 217 Greenwich street, now under leae for the annual rent of 250 dollars and all taxes ; lease expires 1st May, 1021 A Dwelling Honse and Lot of Gronnd, known as No. 215 Greenwich - street, now under lease for the yearly rent ol JM dollars and all taxes ; ler.se expires 1st May, Itiil A Dwelling House and Lot of Gronnd, at the corner of Greenwich street and Bar clay street, under lease for 450 dollars and taxet; lene expires 1st May, 1821' Two Dwelling Houses and Lott of taxes ; lease expires May 1st, 1819 A Dwelling House and Lot nf Ground, IXD1GESTI0X OR HOUR 5T0JLIC7 - 1 (8 acknowledged by medical writers to pe a complaint oi ttuliborn kind, and at all lime very difficult of cure. This is tufticiently illustrated in tlie disappointment of those who unfor - oately suffer under it, as they, for the roost part, find that after having tried tuany things to little or no purpose. lhrJ Bre at ,a,t obliged to use (for perhnstbe remainder of life) such article as can at best hot palliate the disease, llndersnch Hrrn - f - stanre. anv medicine capable of remo ving the compiuint, mnst tiirely be an article highly deser ins the attention of a'l those w ho are afflicted with it ; urh a combination is to be met with in Dr. MlijIirS AXTl l)YSr.l - TIC or STOMACH J'JU.HiUe success of which ha never yet been equalled, for the cure ol dyspepsia in its mnst complicated form, such as os of appetite, nausea; lieart bum, flatulen - :y, knawing pain in tlie stomach pain in the side, great tostiveness, paleness in the countenance, languor, lowness of spirits, pain in the head, virtigo or giddiness, and distur!ed sleep Wbwer applies tliese pills in the aliove disease, according to the directions, will never be disappointed, as they have never been once known to mil in producing a ramrm ana prrroanmi ruic The ueof a tingle box will convince the most unbelieving of their efficacy. They will mnst effectually remove all sourness of the stomach, not merely by neutralizing the acid, but by correcting that morbid state cf the secretions which gives rise to if, and at the tame time will restore to the debilitated organs of digestion, that tone and vigour which is absolutely necessary to the well being of the animal economy. To be had at Brook c Carle's, Pearl - street, at J.C. Morrison's, Greenwich - street, and at HullXr Bownc't 146 Pearl - street, where drug gists and country dealers will be served on libe ral terms. Qj Price one dollar per box. tec 24 6ix TAMNr.nY rOK bALE. HMO It told at public auction, on Wednetday, I the 1 8th dav of Kebruarv next, in the area of the Exchange Coffee House, in the town of Boston, at o'clock at noon, All the real estate belongine to the Hampshire leather Manufactory, situate in the town ol Northampton, in the state of Massachusetts The estate will be sold in four lots, viz : Lot No. 1. containing about 31 acaes nf land, near the centre of tie town of Northampton, on which is erected all those extensive and valua ble buildings, lately occupied hy the corporation for tanning of leather, with a'out 300 vats, tome of which are veiy large end part of them under cover, in which leather may be handled during the winter ; it is presumed there is not in the state so extensive and valuable an establishment for carrying on the tannin business as this. A particular description ol the buildings and rri - viledge would take up too much room for an advertisement. Lot No, 2 contain! about 3 erres, situate on the north side ol the county road, directly opposite to lot No. 1. on which are two dwellinz hou ses, wi,h convenient out buildings, is on high ground, and considered a very delightful situa tion. Lot No 3, containing about four acres of land, situate on the easterly side of Mill River, about two mile from the mee'ing house in Northampton, with a valuable mill privilege and buildings thereon. Lot No. 4 contains about one acre ofland, on which is erected a bark mill and hark sheds, situate near Edward's tavm, about 6 miles irom Northampton, on the Albany road. Anv person having nn inclination to purchase all or any part of the foregoing property, are invited to examine it. The corporation pledge the rear, nnd 100 feet 10 inches in length. This ltmMv t' to ,he h.gliett bidder, befog de and under house lot m lease for a term ending 1st May, 1819, at the annual rent of 650 dollars and all taxes. A Dwelling House nnd Lot of Ground, known us Nn. 14? Water - street, ndtoinine the Uit above ; being III fet 4 inches on Water - street, 17 feet in the rear, aud U4 feet 4 inches in length. 1 1ns house and lot are under lease for a term ending 1st Maj, 1819, at the annual runt of 200 dollar nnd nil taxes. A LO P OF GROUND, frontins the Broad way just nliove Jones - street, and next but one ao oinine uie iirnpenv oi mr. iiiarun iiomuan and the lot fronting on Mercer - street, in the rear Of the Broadway lot. These two lots will be told, together, and are 25 feet u inches wide and zUO teet deep. A LOP OF LAND, known as number C45 Bayard's farm, fronting on Rynders - ttreet, nnd termined to close their coucerns. Any in'orma tion respecting the estate may be obtained on application to JOblAH DWIGHT, Esquire, at Northampton, or tn!4 India street, Boitnn - COIll'OliA'riOX PliOl'KHTY. TO! 20 te sol. I at public auction on r riday the !0th February, 1013, at the City Hall, 12 o'clock. The hishlv valuable 1 - AlOI now occupied by Mr. William A. Hardenbrook, about 6 miles from the citv. containing together nearly fifty a - errs ol land. It will le sold in lots irom a to iu acres each, situated nn the 6th, 7th, uth, 9th, K 10th avenues s on the latter stand the dwellin; house and out buildings, but a short distance from the Hudson Kiver. This property is worthy the nttention of those runuine from that street to Oranee street : lieins who wish to possess hnndsome country seatt ; as in width on Rynders street 26 feet, and on Orange its continuity to the city, commanding views of Bireei 21 leei o int lies, ann in lenrill ou Hie 11 inn - 1 me iiuus.in, reiirrunuuii'"i, nnu tnvii.c uuonii erly side 145 feet 6 inches, and on the toutherly of tome of the ground, together with an ample side 1 let a inches. supply ot wood, render 11 one 01 uie most aetira .4 tlie above menlionei nrnnrrtv it htlA in frel ble obiects of purchase. . simple. The following u held vnarr a Uate from A map of the premises may be teen, and fur - .oiumuia ,ourgr, 04 yrart nj umcn teate Kat liner pnmciiian nuuwu, si un vuuiinicn vi - unrrvtrea on in September Inn. hce. City llall. jan o ois A Dwelling House and Lot of Ground, 1 THE LAST NOTICE. To those who are owing arrears of taxes, to the corporation of the city and county of rfew - York : fr7 The time limited for the payment thereof expired 00 toe isi inti. nna 1 Bin nuw engageo in making a return of such property as remains delinatient. preparatory to the advertisement and sale thereof for the payment of said Taxxr, and such other sums as mav be required to meet the expenses of such sale, which will take place when completed. I am directed toreeeive an arrears wiucn may named return and will attind at this office dai ly from 10 to 2 o'clock, until that period. T. W. GIL BERT. Collector. Collector's Office, No. 2 City Hall, January 15, 1UIU. ) Jan 16 lm TO LEASE, For one or more years. JYJ3T CHAISE LINE. F O R PHILADELPHIA. The POST CH AISK, willi evry convenience for Passereers and their bnggap (through in one day) will ! v. t Post Clmiie Office, I If. Broadway, opositc the City Hotel ev - ry ny (sun - days excepted) at 7 o'clock in tne urnng. by way of Newark, and arrive tlie same day at Philadelphia. . , .. The MAIL ril.OT, in opposition to the M.ul Coach, with suporior accommodations for 1 as - sengers and their baggage, v ill leave ti e . rue - place every day (Sunday txcfpled) at hall past I o'clock P.M. will proceed belore the Mai I, and not suhiect to the inconvenience of stoi uing at Oi numerous Post Offices on the mad, but every accommodation provided for the traveller, and arrive some nours oeiore me wan bi nuiairci - nhin. r'ir 7 dullnrt. (7 - All gooas ana nBggBge nunc wmjuo the owner. JOHN N. GUMMING, Newark. JOHN GIfLICK ft SON'S. Princeton. STOCKTON Si HOWELL. Philadelphia. JV. B. t'.rprttsn itnt to any part of the L'niltd Slam, ty I.. If A K Ml J" Q " POST COACH LLSh ton 1 lilLADELPliiA uf wat or rowLf s - nooK IMFORTAHT TO PASSKKCKRi. No roraection with the post chaise line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPOSITION REVIVED. ANEW Line of Post Coaches with every convenience for passengers ar,d baggage, or Springs THROUGH IN ONE DAY. The Post Coach will start from the Coach of fice, old No. 1 Courtland - street, N. York, every morning, Sundays excepted, at 1 - 2 past 6 o'clock, by way of Newark, New - Brunswick, Princeton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadel phia the same evening. The Steam Hop! Line INDUSTRY, wi! start irom New - York every morning (Pun - days excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the Steam Boat Atalanta. from the north side of the Battery, lodge at Kingston, and arrive in Philadelphia next day to dine United States Mail Coach, with a gtmrd, with every convenience for passengers and baggage on springs. I he U. S. mail coach will start Irom the coach office, old No. 1 Courtlandl - strert, New York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only 6 passergers admitted. For seats in the ahoennmed Lines, npply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established Coach, Stage and Slcam Boat office, at ti e old No. I Courtlanrit - stieet, the secocd orhce from Broadwav, New - York ; to ISAAC BROWN, No. I VVtishington - street ; or to A. T. GOODRICH ti CO. So' 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, New - York. ft - AII goods nnd baggnge at the risk of the owner. JOSEPH LYON, SONS & CO. N. B - Expresses sent to any part of the Con tinent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Jan 2T. U. S. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, wnn a u u a 11 u. fr - Tlie public are assured that this line is equal to any in the U. S. for the convenience and comfort 01 uie traveller, with the addition 01 the guard, the passenger may rest secure as to his baggage and tronU saiefy the coach ne ver being kit whilst changing at the post offices, without a person on the box. The way mail is put in separate bags and changed in the European style. The U. S. Mail Coach will start from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtland - st.ret, New - 1 ork every day at 2 o'clock r. M . and arnve at Philadelphia next morning at C o'clock ; only C passengers admitted in this coach. For seats apply to THOS. WHITFIKLD, nt the old Coach and Stage Office, old No 1, second offiie from Broadway in Courtlandt - street, or to A. T. GOODRICH U Co. No. 124 Broadway, comer of Cedar - street, New - York. N. B. All goods and baggage at the risk of the owners. J. LVOV & SONS, Powles ITnok. WILLIAM GULICK & CO. Kingston. CHESTER BAILEY, Philadelphia. Expresses sent to any part otthe Continent liv jau 20 THOS. WHITFIELD. MUCuPIEaUF WRIGHT tt HAsVLia. A TREATISE on, That being Bom Again, without which no man can he saved ; by Ground, known as No. 69 and 71 Barclay he 0flere(i prjor to the completion of the above - Samuel Wright, 1). D. ; to which it added, the . l I.. i t"ll .1 .. 1 1 .. - II.. I ' ... . . . . 1 - ,f j - lf.nmmiiniiiaiilliSnifilii.il iiiminn nrttnAwnn. Communicant's Spiritual Companion, street, now under lease for 600 dollars annually and all taxes ; lease expires 1st May, 181. These two bouses being leased together, will be sold together. rfTTl A Dwelling House and Lot of Ground, llnisi known nt io. o7 iiarclay street, now un - dn lease for the annual rent of 90 dollars and or an evan gelical preparation for the Lord's Supper, by the neva. J noma narvtii. uuvcopici in 1111s worn ia sheets, or by the single one, hound, lor sale by j. IsIlAKI t.ll&, Circulating Library, 138 Fulton street. Jan 15 Im . 1 LIioii, Juur. hitving tuade arraiiKeuieuls JL. with a respectable house in Madeira, to tie known as No. 65 Barclay street, now un - The Farm and Mansion House belonging to the supplied with a proportion of the wines of the Pa - del lease for the yearly rent of 9(1 dollars and the I subscriber, situated on the hanks of the Hudson, I nshes ol St. Antonio and Lama de Lobes, (uni - taxes: lease expires May 1st. 1819. Ln.miUunihnf ihnii - nr Poup - hVeensie versally acknowledged to produce the best Ma I his leasehold property cannot convcnienuy - , - ne farm mily divided into meadow, or - ??Ifa n .!nf!.fs'Bna ' nal Pn a wine store, at chard, and arable land. The fruiU are abun - . " "l?""' :r5ir" 111 IUI inUT l' i j .l a l rs 1 . lucixsrjsji tin ttiiicsj iiuiii scu'icinrii wv iwiijiie tu ini particularly seen o a map thereof, at the office of mn ?' me 81 K,uu . ' D"lu"oa '"" up a .tock for their own use ; and (by the agree - Mr. JOr.s, 44 rine street. muwu. - mem with the nouse in Madeira 1 11 the wine, on The title to all this proiierty is unquestionable, piazza in irooi i ne situation nas long wro au - arrival, be not approved by U. L. Jr. it it not to the greatest part of the property having been mired, and the lofty locust - treet by which it is he sent to the parties ordering it. owned and nossessed by the late Ur. Jones and decorated, render it the most desirable residence L. Ij. jr. nas taken great pains to procure his representatives for more than 25 years, now between New - York and Albany The rent will from various places in the United States and tne lasi : and lor sucn pan as nas oeen purchased h m.lnni. the rr and atient on of the wen Indies, tne nest Madeira, that was to be within that period tie subscribers hold warranty ,.. :u k. t.ben Intnmnuileraiinn For ie. purchased, in the wood, and old bottled wine, of deeds from the grantors. ,:,i. .i , ,1,. ;.v,.,..,Vii very superior quality, from pnvale stocks, which The house nnd premises first above I. rli'. ... .1 mt Kna 1.1. ..I. n4 mav k. wawu! .f. described . , ' r r r ' he now oners lr sale, lie will crnstar.tli 1 tantly ur vj iciwi 1 ter the fourth lav of Jannnrv nrtl. anv ln he. HENRY A. LIVINGSTON. ' . . . ' J J n ,1 " T nn mm tween one and two o'clock in the alttrnoon. If i ougnBwp - w, jnuwy 1010. not sold on or before the twentieth day of Janua - Jan 21 2aw4w ry next, that property, together with all the rest of the above mentioned property will be exposed CAM PAGNES MEMOR.ABLES DES FRAN - to sale by auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, by Me"rs. HONES ti TOWN, on Toesday, the tenth day of February next, at 10 o'clock id the forenoon ol that dav. The terms of sale for the house and premi ses No. 343 Broadway, will be 10 per cent on the day of sale and one third of the residue on tlie first of May next ; at wh' - ch time a deed will oc executed and possession given there' maining two thirds to be paid in 2 annual pay Hi roao.ue.cn l'ruse. en Pnloene. en Espairne. r. - r - . t It - . ... I en nussie, en oaxr, etc. par t . ivouuion, pent. Chaoue penple, a son tour, a hrille sur la terre. far let lois, par let arts, etturtoutpar la guerre OLT. The above work in two volumes folio, compri sing an account of the late wars in Europe, em bellished with upwards of forty elegant engra - mcnts, with interest, from the first of May, se - 1 vings, among which are representations of the ured by a bond and morttrwreon the nremi - distinguished battle, fought at Ansterlitz, Ma - in. Terms of tale for the rest of the nmnee - rengo, Moscow, Leipic, lie. Ac. he. with the ty will be 10 per cent on the day of sale, 1 - 3 of the residue on the delivery of the deeds, which will be about 10 daya after tlie sale, and the remaining two thirds in 2 equal annual payments, with interest from the date nf the deeds, secured by a bond and mortgage on the premises the purchasers are to receivi MARGARET JONEP, ) MALTBY GELVION.Exec'rt. M ARY GELS PON. .c 33 eodtds COTTON. - 54 bales Prime Upland, for tale at 63 South - street, by k Jan 27 WALSU f GALLAGHER. keep on hand an assortment ol the choicest winet and liquor, selected with care by himself, and will sed none which he caonot WARRANT PURE as IMPORTED. Jan 19 lm BLACKH'EUJS ISL.1.1 t - OH SAJL.K, s CAIS. I TT'N Ervne en Italic en Hollande en Alia - 1 P is situated about five mi'et Irom the city, and contains about 115 acres of lahd of the best quality, witn a good dwelling house, bnrn, Ice. 1'ossession may be had tlie 1st May, or car Her, II required, .ilo't of the purchase monev may remain on bond and mortgage, for a number I L' f. . . i .. . . oi jrnra. r or luruier particulars, euipnre onuie premises, oroi AUA.V1S ii tL.AL.K.Wr.LI Jan 22 175 Pearl - stre. t. LOHO JiMHEH! ' H EMBASSY JO CHlTfA r 1ST received and lor sale by E. VALEN I TINE. 104 Broadwav. f3d door below Piue portraits of the principal characters concerned, ttreet) Journal of tlie proceeding of the late ein just received from Paris, and for sale by I bassy to China, comprising a correct nan :tive ui It.itu a. ,vie.Mr.it, tne puhlictransar 'ions ol the embassy ol the yoy Jan 20 1w No. 28 Wall - street. age to and from China, interspersed with obser r"l BROWN, stone seal engraver and jewel - 1 JL . ler. No. 166 Broadwav. Rooks of heraldry kept C0.000 names. BOARDING. ;th Jan 7 3m TW'O gentlemen, or a small family, ctn he I nccommodaled with pleasant sej - arat bed rooms, nt 177 Pearl - strret, a few rod north of the Coffee House. Jan2110t vaiions on tlie lace of the country, the polity moral cimracter, and manners of the Chinese na tion, illustrated by a large map ; bv Henry Ellis, Coats of arms, crests, cvohcr?. lie en?raved third commissioner of the embassy, 1 vol. 8 vo the rents of such parts of the Dronert vas are L tnn. price i50. under lease from the Lt of February next. A handsome assortment of fine gold teals, Letters fiom the Cape of Good Hope, in reply For all oUier information and pai ticularlv in chains, and other iewellerv. ro.wr. itaruen ; wun exirarm irom tne great relation to the title of all the above property, Ladies' seals engraved with coats of arms, work now compiling under tlie inspection of Na nnlv to D. S. JO.VKS. csn. at hi ofTire A4 I rnnlln, an.1 fanrw H.rir - .. poleon. ' ' . 1 . I ' - , J - I t 'I I r CL.I . - TM I txw l ne - Kireer - vlirre thet.tle ,leeI nnrl innn. I li:nmn. . ,n.ihi. m.T. viinraicn, hi oimr - pcBfr s I lays, ny if, by " - - , , - uiiuiiiui . "" - - " T - . T i , j. I i - .. r . . . ' .. . . . ot tne property may De i. - en. I in the rough or cut to any form Hazlitt. Memoirs of Dr. Buchanan. I . D. lal I pi . KM.n.1 ;n tl... ..l i . r k - . . : ; i : - : .. , fi , uji in "i run , . 1 1 1 a iu, in Visiting and Address Cards enzraved ami print en. Jan 24 "17 V ELLEN' BO WML as arranged. A Jilts and JLA suug by Mr. PHILIPPS,! now te1y Ur ! at J. A. A: II. GEIB'S Muir. Store, 23 Maiden - lane. jaalOtf hug m 's AJMl - tw' mmrn iVJJ. J - Jlmr 1 Public know how to dli'irh, im: ween things that differ. D,rO"ORNF. f,rmeriy m .of ,hf of london, ani member of the faculty of phvsil and aurgery there, Wms it hit d,. if lo 'l1 oro? ""wvntioct os ' - Si r'h,ndl,rri'uI'at'.anduiiqital,. H fled me th.nf K.. k 1 . - - if tive of inbnite .nischier. iv. sarins ;re hnnnally mercurialized out of exist", enre. The disease we have in view owe. .. r. ' tal results chiefly to this source. " What a pi ' rt at a young man, the t.opet of his corntrv L I the darling ol i.is parents, should lie snitched a wiy trutn a'l the prospects ard enjoyments of lifj hytiiecon'MiiHts oi'one ungaarded momeni jm ry a citebse not in i o'vu uptnre fatal snrf which only proves to from i,t'glprt or UDprorw ireatmenl."" A gerth - mfir. date Dr. it. i. tient) now perfec tly hf - ai'y and well, r. - ,d hen andt - r ph su - iant of geitt - ial praclke, six yeJ7 anu reiw - aieaiy luuvat. n 5 wnen reconnn - oded U Dr. H. (by a aontleman of this ciiv) l,i hoan were carious, and his ties'i dropj - ing ir0iU (j,, bis friends declared lie could n t posiilly survit two month longer. Thousunds txperimentall know with what easts and ssicty Dr. ILerad CKtei the severest rases, nnd on linos the comii tution. The Doctor's Plan (advertising) u L ccssary to gunrd the public npainsi the at,n,e mercury, and other fatal delusions, held forth Persons, therefore, having contracted a Dri! - vate disorder, or inspecting latent pcifnn( .,1 admonished not to tamper with their constitu ' tion, or conceal the disorder, till pair r - rovo ry ; othershaving the remains of an old case" or other impurities of the blood, as well as other complaints of a delicate nature, in either sex. should remember vnstrity, and do justice to their consciences, by making appifcatio. to Dr. H. at bis old and respectable cstab - ' lisliment, No. 64 Vater - stroet, four house west 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 is no cure at nil; unless thebt - sinest it radically done, you will certainly have the disorder break out egain with redoubled ma lifinity. at some future period ; perhas tlien will he too (ate for remedy. Don't you oitea meet ia the streets miserable, mutilated beings, witiiott even a hit of nose on tlieir face t Take wamine I beseech you. ' Dr. IPs. cimracter for skill and stubborn ints eri!y being universally known in this city, since M4, guarantee to patients that delicacy and rt - crecy hitherto unknown, and having confined tils practice for year pat, exclusively to Die core ot distases of the Mood system, tiiey maysafely calculate on the most decided advantages in coa - tulting Dr. H. Glcett rradicated intwe or three weeks. Strictures removed without bougies or any either instrument ; and all debilities 1 likewise U old ulcerations, fistula's Jcc. A plurality ofdlhces are proridod. and so ated tiiat patients are not exposed toeiich otlr'i observation. Open till hall pnst 9 in the evening All peisons concerned are invited to be free im calling, and speaking with Dr. H. whirfj i, re, of cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid the xpressicn of gratitude for innumerable recoia - merdatlons, nnd lor the decided preference (it is presumed witn just cause) long given him by a judicious public. N. B. Al! letters must be post paid. Dr. Buchanan. . Aug 27 U ' J) Un J.U - oil' EVAVS' sunennf method of curins - , - .. - tain Disease, is now univer - tally acknowledged ia tint city : his mode of treatment is perfectly 1,1,1,1, lafe, imuous, and ins charges rrasonnl le. in rr.r, 'stance he warrwi,t a mr. Vami Wi return ll.r payiih, M not ferforiu agreeable lutomract. 1 1 Biiivi. ni ir - niivayi oosrrver. There are many persons 10 this city and its w - cinity, laboring under various chronic rfiseast, such as cancers, old inveterate ulcers, scrofula or kings evil, fistulas, disease cf the urethra. Madder and kidnies, old complicated conmUinis of a certain nature, bilious and oflier obstructions, rheumatism, Ac. which they consider inca - rable, they can certainly h - cured (in general) by applying at 1 )r. EV ANS'S Medical Store, No. 9. Peck - slip, hnvine nrmliied in ..,J..:.. hospitals in Europe It years, nndcr some of the Urst surgeons ano rnysicians in the world, ana made those obstinate diseases hit constant study for 30 rears. Oct II KT WjfEATON k DA - V Is, Fancy Chnir Manufacturers, No. 153Fulton - treet, opposite St. Pat C:iiurch, olfer lor sale, wholesale ami retail, a large and elegant assortment uf Curld Maple, plain painted and ornamented in gold t bronre, Bamboo, Plain and Gilt BnHs, Rocking, .Sewing, and Convrrsa - tisn Chairs, Sofa. Settees. ouugees. Music Stools, tic. Orders from any part of the continent execittd wit.i neiitneas and dispatch. Old Chairs repaired, painted and ornamented, oct 13 N A GREAT ATURAL CURIOSITY. THE public nre informed thst this morning was landed tlie long exiwscted FEMALE ELEPHANT, and is lobe seen at No. 290 Broadway, near Washington Hall. The tiie of this animal is about 7 feet high, and ahontlifeet long from the end of the prohosris to tne eno m the tail. She is to beseen rrorn 9 o'clock A. m. to 9 in the evening. Price of admittonce ti cents. nov2.tr rr7 The subscriber having recently retomnl from England with an important improvement oa Ihe artificial spring LEG, he takes this methtxj of informing his friends and tho public, that all those who are so unlortunate as to be in want ol a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by applying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. Jan 22 vv.vt. ruiv'i - ORIENTAL IOWDER, For removing superfluous Hairs. (ITT - Liir dik': Cold Cream; Almond paste ; antique and Rut - aia oil ; pomade de grasse for thickening the hair; tooth powders : opi' for the teeth : essences, lavender, orange flower, hungarie and rose waters; pomatum in pots & rolls; fresh tonquin beans : rote, violet and plain hair pow - ,1, - ra i scissor x razors : pen and pocket knives , hair and mourning nns. ladies work and diessing ces : gentlemen s travelling cases ; lor sale at the chymical perlun and lancy manufiictory of N. SMITH DAVIES CO. 136 Broadway, nearly opposite City Dow1 - Hho have also on hand, rose, jessamine, v let, orange, verne.cular, ahysiniaiw J'V.'rv Naples and lavender soa ; patent r. '' TING HAIR BRUSHES, fancy articles c. Jan 27 NEW - YORK t PRIXTED WJN - O l'LULISBED X1CUJIEI. BURXIMX k CO. No. 42 Pisi - iT".rr.

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