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P.. i! t 1 i 1 1 v . - . ,' I V ' I . 1 i hi !. 1 'iff 1 : i U I'M j INSOLVENTS, ADVERTISING FOR THE LUNEFIT CFTHE ACT IN THlsf 8TATE. cortga.raoit tii Albat - ous, th ' orrieiAL lint. .. - : f JVei - Fore Before Rithtv4 fLker, Jifcorier,. ' Junes Pureell, a pril 1 1 - H ! - i : Andrew L. Baist d, March S3 w - v - . ,1 :. . , Alfred Hodges, March 14 . . JoolTay, Apm (tf - . Psrley Rica. March S5 . Henry T. Bell, March 7 J Joha valentine, April 4 Dennis bcriboer, March 8 John Hcndrickson, April 4 ' Charles ReT, March 4 Benjamin It. Akin, April 4 Waliam Moore, Feb 28 - . ' Samuel Whiting, March 17 ' William Warner, Feb t4 t ." Job Miller, Feb S8 V V " Edward Chard,Teb4 Russet R.' Hamilton,' March 31 Jobs Momll, March 7 More Warner, Feb. 54 " . James Abulia, March 7 reward lmrrcn, reox , , ; . ... ., .j Sylvester Jsdsoo, reo. i , George laedtajv Feb SO ".' John Ledynrd.Tab 14 V ? , " William Pilkia, Feb SO ' - - : i Charles Msrot, Feb 10 . John Lcdyard, FeS " - v Peler Wilt, Fab. 14 .Ji. - t Fphraint Robins, do , ' ' ; t Richard Sutton, Fab 13 I Fphreia Stem, Feb 7 " "William Starr, Feb 7 ' William Skidmdre. Fab 7 'TV Fphraim Starr, fab. 7 - Richard Colfax, jr. Feb 14 Henr Watkitavoew Feb b ' V Hi Aalhnaj paanaont, Fab. 5. . . V . i ; ' Before the Mayer. "Joba Batt. March 14 A'I'eterM,Carty,Feb.7 ' . John Nicholas. Feb SI .dfoeny enmtyBtfbn PKOif S. Parker, Rt - 1 Abraham C.8beMos, April 3 Ftenaaa Baaarortb. Fab Z7 ' Elijah H. Boardmu a4 Jadediab Borcbard, . Aiarck zi . . Daaiai Gallop, eBera, Feb tl . Abraham V. tibeldoe, March 13 RaabeaTbomiNoav March 13 - ' XaJim, enoitf - Bdon Peter Smiih, JlrttJttJgt . ' , Job Boone, AprU 4 llanicl Ueatiin. of SallUan. April 4 . Samuel Coon, ami Jacob VV. Jyfanm, of Lea OS, March n ' " - ' ' " " - f learr I. Walrath, of SalUTan, April 4 ! Gtorra W. L'beeaabrwaxh aad Robert Wil JiamSi March t , '. - . ..... I i Abraham Larkia. of Sanitralh Feb 18 OMf CiuUsBifrt J - epK Whitt, firtl . N&thaa Underwood. Jrl JUmlgtnery cnml)Bfort AUsmia ShUm, Billet M. Lkceofeltar, March 7 Jacob L - Yownfi of JohMtown, Feb SO, i Wm. 1. Saber, of Caaajoharie, March tO : aamel Hoxle, of Broadalbto, March IS CVv of Troy Jitore rfCiimm L. Martg, Esf. Theodore Brackett, Match S3 . Cornelia 8eabriog, Feb. St . Mmea Smith, March 13 . v N . ' IlrorT A. Lake, of Jleasfelaer county, Feb. 14. . : : a - - . ,i ? ... iw Water,' Feb 0 ' ;X - i. Jamea Herrick, Fh 3 . . Cbarlea Malford, Feb S Ojioniagm County Brfort Jotluu Fvrmanjirti . 'JudfiOnmdagu i BenjammDarlinr,Jr. of MaoUw, and John - SweeofFabiaa, March 17(J, , . . . - Ephraim Rota, March l . , . Selah Woodnrff, March3l . Oliver C. Congdon, ofSaliaa, March SI , - , Joaeph Ljmdoii, of Marcllo, March SI Vine Breach, af Camillas, Feb S7 - Otii Lea, March S4 - - . ; Jobs Bowea, Feb 17 - .... . Kbeaeser Raymood, of Mantim, Blarcb IS Chriatopher Bulkley, of Salina, March Allan Witoa, of Oooodaga. do. - EiluBalLofOtiaco. Feb.3 . v ;. "... mm, tn aaum. Samuel Crandell, of Greenwich, Feb S8 , Jamet Wells March SS , Joiepb Well, of Fort Aan. Feb. 19 Aaaoa Frary, of Kingtbary, March IS Joha Reynolda, of Jarkaoa, Feb. 10 v vTwtnrop wnedon,orncoron, reo iz William Larmooth, of Cambridge, March It Joha Hubbard, of Salem, Feb. 2, j nomas iiowara, r eo II Joha Wright, of do Feb 6 WUderCorlew.Feblt J Gttutut eoimlu Beart John II. Janet, Jin Jwlgt, - in Mjtwttttt ' Rodney Wadiworth, of bbekloo. April 15 r David WUIiaaw, March 14 " Kiraoa Russell, March S4 Oliver Blake, of ttatavia, April 8 Milton Fox. March 18 . , - Axariab H,.Hobbard, and' Lewis C. Cock, March Z.l f - . . Abel Woosbr, of Bergen, March 77 ' Motes Woods, of Riga, Feb. 20 . Joha Hartiman, Feb. iH " . . James Rkhardion, Feb30 , - Zentt Skinner, Feb 8 , ... - Stepbea Allen, - Feb 15 ' - ' ' 1 v Salmon Scofieid, of Gates, Feb 11 ' David EdffertT. of Psrrv. Feb IS - v Saratoga tovnt Effort Salmon ChUi, ft . Jvan. tn urtenneia. jona w. lener, oi ormumDenana, jaarcn . . . ' i.. - i . . ,i .jri. a nend Corssr, March o Joha Evans, of Moreaa. March 6 .. ' . Joha Wilcox, March S . . liaac woodworth, ebx7, - uia Biuiiuri, oi ouuwaier. ana vavia crown. i eo. John TutUe. March SO Joha Wilkin ton, of Milton, Feb. SO r Nathan Evans, of Malta, Feb. 13 . ; ' ' Isaac Cramphm, Feb, S7 . Joha D. Martin, March 13 ' . . David Incarsoa. of Northumberland. Feb. 8 . William H. Scott, and Reaaselaer Schuyler, of buii water, reo z ,. Columbia eomly btfort J. D. Monrll, Hudson William Meaner, of Caaaaa, March 13 .Wm.C8miih, April 10 Increase BennitLof Kindarbook, March 13 Joha J. EverU. MarcrT7, . ,. , Charles MerriU. March 13 Nathaniel Ives, March t Wm. Smith, of fonderbook, March 13 James Moore, March SO . ' ' . - - - Amos TulU of Albany, Feb 4 - Btfort Juigt MOUr t CltttrmA. Henry Keller, ir. March 7 CAcnangocvtmfy - BtfortObaiuJk German, tjf. ' snAorsrscft. , Jereauah Bin - haai, of Greene, April 7 Jonathan Benaet, Jan t4 . Joba Beaoett, Feb 10 Joseph Mead. Feb. 9. Sleubenctnmlji - Before 77ini M'Bunxey, Jirtl ar. tn mimal - rotl. Francis Lital. Feb II Thomas D. Hadl - v, i'eb 3 , Benjamin ShieJt, Feb 17 - . Onetde eeicnfy Brfort A'tlhan WiHit Ilobert Graves, Jr. of Parit, AprU 1 1 s Before Morrtt 8. Mv'ler. ' Henry Stone, of Brids water, March S3 . . Amos Pree, of Steuben, March 14 Joseph Moultuo, of Rome, Feb.41 - Orange eounljBefgr. MatKmxU. While, En ThomM Carpenter, jr. March 14 DaoielCro.ikrte. Feb. 14 Coraeiiut Mae Elroy, of .vlonroe, Feb S3 Jefertitn CoxmSi...Btfnrt IP. D. FrrtL Creent Cewity, b - fort Genii Abtei Ase. v ,' ,; CaitluV. Isaac Sclorer, aod Johq Jones, March 3 Lriau Coffin, MarclrSl tteiien Whitney, of HenArtsoo, March S ' Caleb PoHiamtis, of UoorwfielJ, March S 1 rxron ur - n, o( lloco'l.fteld, Feb. SO Jeremy Wmar and Thomas NeUoa, V" - :.' ' at . ii I I . I JoUiU.PteIpa,Marchl ,ThomM at Ku.ni an, Marcl ti r t!uuB iUliMirv. m AiIkua. Fab tit '., ". greater Counijf, or &m,.. putm - Csf .... , , t , . m Awwua, .. ... j. i ,i v Henry foiaoa, otVoblcaktll, Kan i ' JaaMuSwunli. Feb fl , ' .' . ' - Dulektt CvwtfrBtfort "Jm Email, f . Jot. tsrowa, fA roacttMepwa, manvn it tane4 r reicrb, of Clinton, r e. 1 - , ' Jibn Haiue - uFowtikeetme, Feb 14 4 ' Aathaa Stoart, ol Clinton, Fab it ; , UttoMrt Otmi, 4ear ame idos Crf . Lewis Weed, April 4 ; ? Moses L. Peodell, M . . i, ; . UeoMMi Hawkins, of Fraaklia, April 4 . N'arraw Ctx!ytfft Wm iiaswrds. - Williia Milia. March 14 . Jot falcbio, el Caid well, find John flan ton, ofUueeiMbanr. reb 14 . t m . . JoMibaa Kitther, Qasembary, Feb 7 . Tbomas Bambam, Fab 7 ' , Herkimer Cmmtf, frehrs Jtlkmn Smith. "Samuel Huggana, of Columbia, Feb S3 Jacflb Crota, Feb. S4 Job Knights, Feb. 3 ' ; ' - s Jaarr Brown, Fe 7. Jared. Stewart, March 7 ; Thomas Lirtncttow Fab SO : .. . , t . 5T7 t'ewniy - htftn T. Strug, Etm v f iwooncB niAg, ol boalbokJ Marct) 13 , , CAaafttf cmin, rr Zu Coa4wf, Iff, J awe BwckJen, ol Geirr, March 3 , Mattiamsl JohMon, of Otrrj, Feb 18 ' Svlvester F. Clark. Feb. 7 . Suiivvn Cumfy, ar rVtttum A.Thtmpmn, Beojamla Miaaer, of JNeeraink, Feb.S7 Heorv Mbaer.of . do' do'' David Jack'oo. John Grar. iiio. and Icbabod Beetoa, Feb. - - . smeas VmmlvlitfvM j Ann, Af . m Jwtv. 'VTrvaaos inoroion,teD.' Kathas Tst8s, of 0 id, March 7 ' - Ptmulin Cntaf, brfbr Albon Man, F.tq. Peary Bagley, of FotColngtooj April 18 OnAtrw Cawiv. bifon Jvigt Asmaia. Jotenb Beard, of Lyoav March 3 ' Chester Francis, Feb. S4. ' 5 11 ' Rabbins Btillaaa. of Pittsford. Fab. 84 Bthrtf. ir. Howell, Ett.ti iUmmdngvm.. Cakb M err la, March t ' - f V onan u. simoana. March 11 William Clsworth, March 6 . Richard Ootchrr of KtUlbH. Feb. S5 ...i.i Cinfan Owna, 4Wrs Pliny Moor, Cm. Tbrxaai M'Cready, and Joba Wait, March S8 . Csyicfsi CawiAf, brfort Jyidgt MtUtr. Letnaa Rogers, March S8 - - , Mkhola Well. March 14 1 . Job Wanrkk aad Was. Eutoa, of AareUos, Joshes Joo.ftf do Feb 17 ' ' iSoflUmil County, brfort Met Ktrm. Joba Foot, of Preble. March SO . . Jnaepb Harrington, Jan. ofTrnitoa, March S VMrer uamoun, of virgii, reo z Rmntlatr esvnfjn, btfbrt Judgt Mtutert, JduOalo. March 7 i Si. JMhnentt Ceimfy, ItfortJuigt fwi. '. JaM8treeirr,of Roasia, April II Ifl CHAflUERY W CUANCERT. ' ' . Stats of Kawr - Tork, as. Ill Dermance of a decretal order of this honor ble court, will be sold - at public auction, at ths Too tint Coflte Moots in the city of New York. aimer toe ovecaoa of uw saoscnDer, a one oi tbemartera of this court, on twturdny, the foor - teeathsUyofFsbraary oezt, at twelve o'clock noon, all that certain bowee and lot of rroand. situate on ths westerly side of NaMaastreet, in the third ward of the city of New - Y or ST, and knows as number 51, bounded as follows : east. eriy tn front by Nasiawetreet, westerly In the tear by property belnneiog to Mr. Isaac Mead, northerly by Mr. HoOgkieeoii't T rasern. sontbftrly by property of Mr. Elisabeth Girou - coort, cnwtvluioc in breadth la iront and rear . . . t . ' I . I u I I J . iwnj arm rain nngiw. na me wonncny aioc om ii woo re a ana twelve met lour incnet, ami on the soatberlr tide eoa hundred and ten feet ten inches, be the earns more or km i tore the r with all aod irngnlar the hereditaawnu and anpurtc aaecet tiieresMo twlongins;. Dated the H day oi jaanvyi tola. ' Master in Chancery. Not Tbe tsrms of the ssle will be as fol lows : 10 per cent oa the day of sale, 15 per cent. on the first day of May sxt, at which time a aed wm oe xecuiea and possomoB Riven ; me residue so be paid ia seven years with interest half yearly, seoared by a bond aid mortgage oa the premises ths aouse to be insured or the parr baser from the said Irst day of May ant tithe parcham and intsrest thereon U paid, and the policy to be transferred to the mortgagee ( or ittruwr pameaiare apply at tbe masters oi - pee, no. aw nne - strees - 'janzsaaw IN CHANCERY. ' Hsnrv Eckiord. 2 tt, Suit afJVtit - York. u. Jane Weeks and others. S IN panuance of a decretal order of Ibis honorable court, made in tbe above cause, will be Mil at public auction, at the Tootirw Coffee - House, la the city of New - York, on Monday, the ninth day of February aext. at 12 o'clock at aooa of that day, under the direction and super intendence of tbe subacrtbef, one of tbe masters of this court All that certain lot. piece, or parcel of ground, situate lying and being in the se venth ward oi new - 1 or it, and partoi the real estate of Ebeaeser Youaer. deceased, aad to the northward of Cherry - street, and between that and LiOmnaray - street ; nouaued sootoeriy paruy oa ground now or late ia possession of George Peck, partly by a rtseway of efeht Met. and nartlv h KhMeter Ynvnr't nmnerfv. now or rate ia tbe occepatioa or buma B toes am ; west - r v .. - :..". . eriy try Isaac vlasoa i northerly hy t.beneser Yosmc. Junior x aad easterlv bvJohn Sinclair t enntawing ia breadth throughout fty feetaine inches ; aad ia length oa both sides eighty Bine invic v t essau a as rotia saa vva asvua mwmtim) wesii v awaar feet ; aad also the right to, or privilege, of all that certain gaagway of eight feet ia width, leading from yaerry - weet ro iae groaM neretry convey ea, wiui tne aosoiute rtgnt 01 paesusg aaa repass - iag at an timethroegh said gaagway, with hor ses, carta, carcares, maoea ana anioeaea, at pleasure. And aho, all that certaia lot of groand. situate, lying and being ia the said seventh ward of tbe city aforesaid, oa the aorta side 01 Cherry treet 1 . rxmnaed aoeuienv M irotrt by ivnerry - sfreet. aferesaid : aortherlv ia the rear by around late of f arsh Rain bird, and formerly belonging 10 (.neaearr I ouag, or the city atoresaid, cie ceased 1 easterly by asraagway of eicht (eet i nreadin, aaa westerly oygraaM now or late 01 Isaac Clasoa t containing ia length oa each side owe BUBdrea met, and m breadth, m treat aod rear, each twenty five feet 1 which twenty fire leetitocraaectneone nail part of if said gangway, aad also lbs ase aad privilege of tbe said caerway, ta co - moon with lb oroDnetor ofthe tot of land adtomiue therste : aod which aaid gaagway ia to be, aad reataia, a commoa gaag - was or passage ror me a tea aforesaid ; which said lot ef around is Part of (be real estate when of the aaid Ebeneaer Yoang, deceased, was seised ia feu at the time of hi death ; and which, was riren and devised to Sarah, the wife of John Rainhlrd, in and by the last will and testament of tlie said Ebeaeser. Young, and by tbe said Joha and Sarah cnaveyed to William Weeks. Together with all and singular, the edifices, buildings, riebts, members, priviiece. heredita - atenis aao appenenaace uierrunto oeioagiwg or any wise aprrtaiaing. uatea new - iora, saauary ins, luiu. , . tviivi4A.il sa.A.nArv, .' Master ia Chancery. iaaSlawSwfcdtds 4 - rOTIt'E. ' fTHE co - partnership heretofore exhring be - "tto iim Hncriners. umier tne nrm RvcUet ti Abbott, it Ikit rfnr dinlnd. h e lual consent. . The affairs of the coacera will be tttle by 1 DnM Berkley, 153 Soath - street wew - ipta, 1st mo. 10, 181ft. THOMAS BUCKLcT, ROBT.ABBATT, jua. TrTOMA", Rirrari.rv v... - , - f, l.. JOHN .AWItENCE 1 H I i'K tt" iMZ aartnerthip, the C mmitia tuuruess will I eoniiimedna tlieir st - rouuL orxter the tn, , Jmiplr, 1 aao 14 - la , . 1 o the not I IlQUSSOrViDVUTRY. - FinilS fiodstr for the Promotioa of bdsstry iL t have at present lor U at ths rooms in Auioe ireeu ana at 1 12 ivubam - straet, s trasses of diifereat slam Lx kasUiesaad toe thip,i tiirUis t cossfcrtabias of Uitferent sue I linen and ulhar thirti of various qualities for met) and buys (Jssckaad fiaawel dot and stoat home mads cloth ver - frscki Ibrcarssaai thread of dioarent eoloors Sor sowing , kuitting aad for sbotmakers' uaa. Awa, twme and, knit boom cioins. - : A rreat variety of articles tor ladies sod cbiV drwo't BssOrders are received at the House of iadostry.ojsd at Ka. 113 William - strest, carefully attaadad to by the msiixjcrt, four of whom rasmia ia the house from 10 till two o' clock tvery day except Saturday. JL ft is earnestly wished by ths members of too socsst wai tba ctisem stioukl vutt We Do us of iodaHry, and jodgs for thsmsslves of the be - aadt Kwcalculatad to SUurd to uuurent femaies. jaoxz iw" " btLt.MJIl) IAJVIKKV. ROBERT WAITE, Jun. has Jhe pleasure of informmg; bis numerous .friends and customers, that he has made a considerable contract fa the MILPOUauoWKOO iiOADLOETERT Authorized by the States of New - York and New - Jersey. , ... To commence drawing the Sib May, and to be completed in Twists Dais. prize of 70,000 DoUari 35,000 do , 10,000 . S.000 , do do do. do do do , 1,000 500 - - 100 ,30 3388 Prises not two .. Blanks to a Price. Oaly Ten Tboutanil Tickets, ,,, Tickets .. , 30j Quartsrs 7 50 Hrlres J5 1 Eighths. 3 75 Two tickets in this lottery may gain the enor mous sum of J10j,000. This circumstance oJone readers it lupsrior to every other lottery in the UnitM States. . The object of this lottery is to facilitate the intercourse between the western parts of tba state of New - York and this city. As it has a tendency to increase the retource aud wraith of a state and city already pre - eminehlio the anion, it will doubtless joeet with the appro - Dsuoa ana eacourarement of ai( the citizens. . ROBERT WAITE, Jusa. Jan S3 tf . i - - . 136 Broadway, PATtMT Aiiili flU RAZOR STA.UP6 sfieORGE SANDERS, lately from London, tJI once more addrestes the public, thanks them for past favors, and once more ventures to racommend his strops as one of the most comfort - giving oeatrivanoes that evef blest the chin of man. He will instruct any seli - thavmg gsntle man in the ate of it, and when once possessed of the secret and a box of composition, be may say with the poet of nature, ' To thavo to sleep perchance to dream while ia the operation and who would bear the tweaks and acts of bar ber base; who would grunt and sweat under a thorns beard, or a dull razor use, when he might his quietus make with a simple Saunder's strop f" Come then to his manufactory at the comer or Ueed - streot ami rJroadway, and there yon will find the subscriber always ready to re ceive the commands of bis customers. , decs tf INESTIMABLE DISCOVERY. HEALTH preserved and restored without Jtfedicine or Quackery, ""which often de stroys the delicate coettitutioa and debilitates strong Colds bring on the most alarming disorder, with those torturuif rbeumatic pains, lumbago, gout, &c. which all the faculty have been able to eradicate. I o prevent is better than to cere. . R. YEOhas prepared (from a receipt of a very eminent physician) leather (of which he make shirts) of the most vital and nutrition r quality, which will prevent all the above men tioned complaints. .1 ney produce an animal w r, w.va naaaes, paunt neecy nosiery, or rsmot wow utey aosore ui psrspiratioo, and resist all the nmaf Itf V thtsf tritilf. - l trim tiaaiwatin inmalhat I are seA and pleasant to wear and do not produce ..j ..v - i that irritability that is so unpleasant in flannel. hose who have tarnrad him with their orders have declared their astonishment at the benefits derived from tliem. To be had of RICH'D. YEO, breeches maker and leather dresser, 165 Water - street : where also may be had leather pantaloons, doe skin vests, all kinds of gloves and mittsns of the best quality, wholesale and retail, at nm inoneii nonce. dec 31 wi WHEATON'a 11 CH OLSTMENT. THE loeg and successful use of this ointment is a sufficient recommendation, as it has Seen found to be a pleasant, safe and certaia re medy tor that disagreeable di tease in an us 11a get. it it lor tale in the city 01 Kew - VorK, iy a. n, ft. rott, no. 1 w imam - street; 1. T - Clark. No. US Maidea - Lane ; H. 11 Schiefftlin ii Co. No. 193 Pearl - street: Ijiw - rence & Keese. No. 195 Peari - strcet 1 Hall A uowue, 140 reart street - k. u L.. Murray, 313 Pearl - street : J. M. BradbursL 314 Pearl - street ; Joba Penford. No. 4 Fktrher - street s Durvee tl Poe, u rearl - ttreet; Joba C. Mom ton, 11RJ Uraeawkb - street : Joba P. Fisher. 100 Broad way t Walter bi Seaman, corner of Cbamber - st. aad Broadway, and also in Chatham - street 1 and m snort 11 may be procured af most or the urng Stores m this city Also in Philadelphia, of tt. Wilhcrell It Sons 1 Georse Harrell . North & Ro gers, and almost a 4 the drwgjitts in the principal town in tne united states. v LIKEWISE. WH EATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may oe nod at the above places. jaa St 6m CORPORATION PROPERTY. TV) be sold at public auction on Friday the X SOtn February. 1818. at tbe City Halt IS o'clock. Ine huthlv valuahie I A KM bow occtroied bv I Mr. Williaai A. tlardenbrook. about 5 aulesl from tbe efty. contsiainr toerether nearly fifty a - cresofland. It will be sold in lots from S to 10 acres each, situated oa the 6th. 7th. 8th. 9fb. it 10th avenues 1 oa the latter stand tbe dwelling house aad oet baildings, but a abort diitaace irons tbe lludsoa Hirer. . Thu property is worthy the atteatioa of those who with to posses haadsome country seats 1 at its cwitijjuity to the city, commanding views of I tneitudsvi. retired situation, and ctiotce quality of some ofthe ground, - together with aa ample seppty 04 wooo, renoer is one w me aoosi oesira - am opjacu 01 puree ste. A asap of tbe premises may be seen, and fur ther particulars known, at me comptrollers ur - ace, City mil. . Jaa s du THE LAST NOTICE. - To those who are ewiog arrears of taxes, to the t corporation or tbe city and county of New - Vrwll ? fjr Tbe time limited for the payment thereof expired oa tne ist mrr. aaa I am bow eagagea m making a return af each prrperty as remains deuaqueat, preparatory to the advertisement aad tale thereof for the pay meat of said Taxes, and soch ether sees as may be required to meet the expenses of such (ale, which will take place wbea completed. 1 am directed to receive all arrears which may be offered, prior to the completion of the above - named rejuro and will attftvd at thisoffice dai ry from 10 to 1 o'clock, until Oiat period. T. W. G 1 1 . B F R.T, Collector, Collector! Office, No. S City Hall, ) . January 15, 1818. . . I . . . . i - Jaa 16 . In EAGLE TAVERN, ' ' Ais. 9 H ARR&X - STRREKT, f Recently kept by Jam at L. lied t berth) XXTILL funiwh beelCMekke, oysters, tto. at y f tba ahorteet aoUce. . HOT COFFEE, with or without relishes, is juvt crsutsiiUr n reaUincts. - - ' 2 - ' do a do s 10 ' do ,,.30"., do 140 do 3200, do rtrrl ail . ea he Jaa 7 aod..,.. B.CARPENTEa. ijA'biGtsTioj'f oii sovh stomacA - ISackwawWgfdby snwlical writers to wi I. cooMnaioi oi sianoorn siiiu,nuH very difficult Of cure. This is sofficieoUy illus trsted in the ditappoiiitment of those who aalos - Mclw xiffpr anler it. a iuY. for tba BOSt part, ltnj hi fl kiiiii triffrf manv thine to little or sb par note, they are at last obliged to ose (for perhaps the remainder of lire) such articles as cab at best but palliate the disease. Under tuch circan'stances, sny medicine capable of removing the complaint, - most surely he an article hi4Jiiamiir the attention of ell those who are afflicted with H ? surha comhinationis to be rn.ta.lii in Dr. MKALPS A JfTl DX SEP TIC or STOMACH PILLS the success of which bas never yet been equalled, for the cure of dyspepsia in its most complicated form, sich as loss of appetite, nausea, heart born, flatulen - cv. knawu.s - Dais.m the stomach, pain iutlie sftie, great ostivenes, paleness in the counte - MKnre. languor, lowneis of snirils. PSU in the head, virtijo or giddiness, and disturbed steep wuoever applies Uiese pun in ine anove oifea - e, BFcordin to the directions, will never be disap - plated, s tliey bare never been once known to tail in prcduciRK a radical ana iermaoeni care The upeof a sinele box will convince the most unbelieving of tlieir tflicacy. They will mast eflecuaily remove all soarness of UM siomacn, not mtrefy by neutralising the acid, but by correcting Oiat morbid stale of the secretions which civet rise to it. and at Hie same ume win re store to the debilitated orsaoi of diaestion, that tone aod vigour which i absolutely necessary to the well being of the animal economy .v To be had at Brook K Carle's, Penrl - street, atJ.C. Monism's, Greenwich - tret, and at Hull Cowoc't 146 Pearl - street, where drue; - giatiand country dealers will be served oa libe ral leini. - (& Price one dollar per box. dm S4 6w - " TaMiNery for sale. r rjtO be sold at public auc tion, on Wednesday, J. the 18th lav of February next, in the urea of the Exchange Coffee House, in the town of Notion, at 1 o'clock at noon, All the'real eitnte btloneins to tlie Hampthicr Leather Man a lac tors, situate in the town of Northampton, in the state of Massachusetts. - ' The estate will be sold in four lots, vn : Lot No. I. containing about 31 acnes of land, near the reatre of the town of Norths mitton, oe which is erected all these extcnMve and valua - b!e buildings, lately occupied oy the corporation fur tannins of lestbr r. with a'lout 300 vats, seme of which are very large end part of them under cover, in which ieatht r may be handled during the winter! it it presumed there is not in the state so extensive and valuable an establishment for carrvins on the tanning business as this. A particular description ofihe buildings and pri viledses would take up too much room for an advertiwmeot. - - Lot No, S contains about 3 acres, situate on the north side ol the county road, directly oppo site to lot No. 1, on which are two dwelling hou ses, with 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 miles from the meeting bouse in Northamp - 'on. wrfh a valuable mill privilege and buildings uiereon. .... Lot No. 4 contains about one acre of land, on which is erected a hark will and bark theds, si tuate near Edward's tavern, a I wit 8 miles .'res nortnampton, oa tneAirany toad. Ariv person bavins an inclination to purchase or any part of me loreeoing property, are invited to examine it. The corporation pledge uKinieivep to wu to ine upni uruiier, uemp uf termined to close their concerns. Any iniormn - tion retpectiiisrtbe estates mav he obtained on i . i . - . I. . . j . i f application to JOSIAH D WIGHT, Esquire, at Lorthsropton, or ' jan 14 ' India - street, Boston CAM I'AGNEd MEMOHABLES DES I RAN .CAIS. EN Frjpte en ltalie. en HoRaada en Ana - roaque. re Pruste. en Pokene, ea Esaafne tiussie, en saxe, etc. par r. Jioumon, peuu Cliaqne people, a son tour, a brille sur la Urre rar res loir, par les aiu, et tunoui par in cnerre The above work in two volume folio, compn - sinc an account ofthe late wars in r.aropc. em tubed with oDwards of forty elrrant ensf.t - vings, among which are representations oi tne dMl.irfd battles, footht at i - - j ( j fc 8sc. M.lth the p,,,,, characters c once rued - : i r as . i.. ..U jusi ieiTa irora rtws nmi Tfr voir it PETER A. MESiER. .Jan 26 Iw No. 83 Wall street. BOARDIAG. ItWO gentlemen, or a small family,' can If X accommodated with uleaiant separate bed r a small lamiiy. can i""l accommodated with 4eaiant separate bed rooms, at 177 Pearl - street, a lew tods north of tbeLoCee H.mte. Jaa SI lot B3 authority f the taietofjfev - jtrtty mi ' - JVeir - IVI;. rpHE MILFORD k. OWEGO ROAD LOT X TER.Y, for lacilitating the intercourse be tween the western parts of the State ol New - York and the City of New - Tork, through the States of Tenn - vltania and New - Jersey. . . Cl ll L - Mt - 1 prize of 70,000 DOLLARS ov. 1 1 r.. - i i 1 35.000 DOLLARS 2 10.000 DOLLARS 2 5,000 DOLLARS 10 1.U00 DOLLARS 30 600 DO .LARS 140 100 DOLLARS 3200 30 DOLLARS '3386 Prizts not two Blanks to a Priie 10.000 Tickets - Part of tlie Prises will be determined as fallows : First 1000 Blanks, Thirty Dollars each. rim drawa io. 1st oa v. wu: oe enuuea 10 5001 1000 6001 &0nf) SOD 10000 oJU 1000 500 3.VMJH 6001 1000 600 .700001 500 1000 500 KW ow This Lottery will commence drawing at the city of Jersey, oe the first Tuesday in May next and Will ne completed in twenty drawings. I ne ' 1 1 L - 1 ... 1 I , f W. 1 " iy,S?PT. T0.1' ,i.,.ay,J tefJhe rawIngjl aatill has flni b!wb.i4 m - " flv m NadiuitiAM eJ 1 aa v.wv " . . wvra v. ... v w.. . . . u li w,,, u 4HB - ,fc,a v autAiuvuvH w j I.I1A9. amLi.i D STUART, Ckmisiooers JNO. LINN. ) Tickets 30 dollars each. Adventuren and Dealers can be supplied oo application to (plication to ISAAU o. UtUfc., Jan 20 eodtf .43 Wall - street eauitjMeiiiiiiii,tiM.u,i " - ii i - T'iiTti Tri iff . J.A'E'S I7X7H UI.VTMEXT. WARRANTED an Infallible rtrmedv atooe application, may be ated with ' perfect safety oa iafant a week old, not contain - ag an article ol mercurv. or anv danwroo inemtkmt whatever, and not accompanied with Out often - avewneU which attend the applicatioo of other remedies. The aewviairm.arrerwdaid LEE'S Msdkioe Store, No. 4 Maidco - Lu,.!! l .i.l v,. b rim L rt.. . - . il 1 vv iii vnuitf. unua n I lun BJMJ Water - streets. Certified caes of cure mav b srea at nlaraa of sale. .'. . ' Draggists aodeotmtry rtore - fceepen snrw4ied oa ufirtu icrau, - Jan do Sd do do ' 3d do do - 4lh do do 6lh do do 6th do do 7th do do Rth do do 9th do do 10th . do do 11th do do ISth do do 13th do do 14th . do do ' 15th ' do do 16th do do 1?th . do do 18th do do 19th .. , do do SOth do I 1 1 i 1 f!HAISE UNE, ; II aitVaia v." rr rosr s r n u PHILADELPHIA The POST CHAISE, with every c.mveaKce for Passengers and herr bwgssthroesh iaw day) wiU fcave tne PortChmmOHK, 1 lb Broadway, opposite the City Hotel every day (Baa - day i Excepted) at 7 o'clock m the omnia, , by way of Newark, and arrive the same day at Pui - ladelphin. - ' ' ' , .,. The MAIL PILOT, ia orPt"' MaB CnarJu with superior acoommodaliees tor 1 as - sragers and their baggage, will leave 'he,"1 rnW evrenfetl) Ol half WSt I o'clock P. Mf. will procerd before theMail,aad not ihiect to lb - iiwonveaienee of etoiiptng at the i.noroes V&r - t no fhe mad, but every nMvunmmlalioi. nmvided for tlm traveler, nun arrive some hour Nfore the Mail at Phifadei (tT All goods and baggap sttlie rfque of Uie otrrjer. - . v JOHN N.CUMMING, New.. JOHN GULK - K tt SONb, Trincetoo. STOCKTON .v HOtvELL. Philadeliihia " - V. if. :mrnvi sent lo itiMWtri of iht lhilri Stair, by I.. BAKEK k CO. Jan m v POST COM - h LIiNK oit f Ht'.AlJr.LTMiA . at wax oy ruWLsa - Roos imrOKTAKT TO rAIIMOSRI. No connection with tl post chaise fine. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, ANDOPPO 8ITI0N REVIVED. A N Ew L of Pox Coa - hts with evrry con - r venienre for pastenerrs and baitcase, oo Snringf THROUGH IN ONE DAY. The Pott Coach witt start from the Coach of fice, old No. 1 Cqurtland - street, N. ork. every morning, Sanda t cpted, at 1 - 2 pM 6 nVlock, by. tray ol xvewaix, ivew - Bniniwicn, i nnw ton, Trenton and tlrittol, and arrive at Fliiladel nhia IHemme evrniir.' jne steam tsvai itnt kui.cih.i, win start from Ncw - York every morning (Sundays excepted) at 10 O'clock, in the tt am Boat Atalanta, from the north side of the battery, lodge kt Kingston, "aad arrive in PbiUlelphis or xt day to dine f ...V i. United States Mail Coach, with a guard; with every convenience for passengers and baggage, oo springs. The U. S. mail coach will stait Irou the coach office, old No. 1 Courtlaadt - streH, New Yrrli, every day at S o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelhia next morning at 6 o'clock. Oulj 0 pssseiigers admitted. ' . For seats in the ahovenamrr Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old estai.luhed Coach, Stage and Steam Boat office, at the old No. 1 CourUxndt - etieet, the second office from Broadwav, New - York;to ISAAC BROWN, No. I Wathingtcc - streitiortoA. T. GOOD - RIC1T& CO. No - 124 Broadway, corner of Ce dar - street, New - 1 ork. (rAII goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. jusr.rn biux fcu.xs a: tu. N. B Expresses ter.t to any part of the Coo - (bent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. jsb xx , . ll. S. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA. WITH AGUAHD. - ffr The public are assured that this line it equal to any in the U. 8. for the cnevenience and tjnfort ofthe traveller. With the addition of ihe guard, the passenger may rest secure as to his haggase ami persol safety tbe roach never being Vft whilst changing at the poet offices . withtMit a pcrsvo on tho box. The way mail is put m.aeparate bag and changed in the Eere - peaostyw. ' I'he U S. Mail Coach will start from the coach eflicr, old 5o. 1 Cou'llend - steet, New - 1 ork every day at X o'clock r. M. and arrive at Philadelphia neitm - mms at So'cJot k: oetv 6 passengers admitted in this coach. ror st ats apply 10 l huh. WHITFIKLD. at n. nWi.'.iarb .i si:..e iirtire. .i m., i ..a (ltfl. ft lWilB Hr.irfw w ,Ptl.n,iitr.'i ,,. ravu A. P. GtrODKiCH U Co. No. 124 Broadwav. corner of Odar - ttreet. New - York. N. B. All goods and bateace at the risk of, tne owners. ;J. LYON ti SONS, Pott Ii s Hook. WILLIAM GULICK 61 CO. Kingston. i IMf C - at'E - U DAll L - V Ul!i.j 1. . fl viimi bit unii.ni , riiiciii ipt ,in. Expresses sent to any part ot the C - ntiuentby jan 20 THOS: WHITFIELD.. COt) COPIES OF WUIGHi 4 llAWf.lS. TREATISE on, That being Born Again, IX. without which no man can be saved: hv ?anmel Wright, l) D. 1 ta which is m'ded, tbe Commentcant's Spiritual Compnnion, nr an evan gelical preparation fur tbe Lord't Supper, by the Kevd. Thomas'IIaweis. 600 copies of this work in sheet, or by the single one. bound, for isleby u. t. n.M 1 r.ris, . Circulating Library, 138 Fulton street Jan J5 Ira - DLVivCH, Juiii. having omue arranvementt . with a res pec table howe in Madeira, to be tupplied with a proportion of the wines of the Pa rishes ol St. Antonio and Uama de Loboa, (uni versally ackoowledred to produce the belt Ma. leira in the It land) has opened a wine store, at .'0. 40 William - street, where he will receiveor - ders for this wine, from ceatlemen wishins tolar ud a stock for their own use : and fbv the sense ment widi the boose ia Madeira) if the wioe. on arrival, be oot approved by D. L. Jr. it is not to "ent to uic pcti.m vruonua it. U. Ii. Jr. bas taken great pains to procure from snons places in the United States and the Wett Indies, the best Madeira, that watto he purchased, rn the wood, and old bottled wine, of very luperior qua my, iroro pnvate stocks, which be now offers for sale. He will constantly keep n hand an assortment of the choicest wines and uqiios, selected wimcareoy nimtelf, and will sell none which be cannot WARRANT PURE at i.vtroKiruf. Jan 19 Im BLACK WELL'S ISLAXli MM SjII.k I T is situated about fine tniVt from the rii 11 is situateo anout ote mi'es irom the city, aod contains about 115 acres of Jam! of the best quality, witnagood dwelling house, barn, Ii.. PnMMaion nm fwt hail tha l.t Mm ...... ,iur. i mmmn. ..in, ni vim n..ni.i.. k. mBy irmaia oo bond and mortgage, for a number a. f . . " 0i jian. r or lUrvner peM ucutftri 6Qquire OtttM premises, or of ADAMS b BLACKWF.LL, 175 Petti l - street Jaa 72 LORUAMHEHVra EMBASSY iO CHLVA. TL8T received and for sal bv E. VALEN J TMI - 1 1C4 Bmadwar. (3d dour helow Pin. street) Journal of the ryocvedings of tbe late embassy to China, comprising a correct aan tve ot the public transac tinns ot the embawy ofthe voyage to and from China, iutrrsprrsed withobser. ration on uie tare ni tne countrv, the polity moral character, aad maimers ot tbe Chiium na. tion, illustrated by a largt mp : bv Henry Ellis, third commissioner of tlie embassy, 1 vol. 8 to. price $t 5fX i LeUr from the Caj of Good Hope, la reply to Mr. Warden : with extracts from the rr. - nt orlt now eompilmjj nndur the impectioo of Na - - P00' - - Character of Shaketpearr's Phya, tv W, .f.T r Baes. I. D. late V'!.?11' V '8 f ort William, fa Visitine aad Addrem Canlt nmnil ut nitM. J.1BV4 EVELF.EN iiU.U.K, a. suufbyJUr. rnii.','rS,i inged aad SoiMi1 Rtr ssle at J. A fc IL GLHT8 Jtmit - .si - i on . . ' - - ..aew. r . w - r - i.'jr - Hurc , jaalOtf peblir knew hew Ia t;.(! - v . tweta ttwothilmfler. af n urn racauy Of ptiVbt aad aargery there, Oetmt it Wu! 11 w repeat some ooseryatioas tt T ? MERCURY, i rtth, mditcria - rBite, Bnd naqvtli! f ed ase taetrof, r87be. live of infiarte mhi.e rn JT aaca aie awnst.y mercormhwl ont of txi,,. eace. 17 diseaw we have fo view own ii. r. Ul result, chiefly to tWaaourcefWhau'Ltv" thai a young auu, the hope of bit m.,.1:.'! the darting of ha parent, should be Mc&U. way irom all (he prospects and eitjoyDMjTr hV l, . ccur of?" ungxaVdcd moment p. u .j j u.acwc Bu iB us own nomr ratal. as which only crore so from ceeWt ii a treatmeijt. A geotlemar, (late Lr H'. fT. Ueiit) bow prfettly hearty and welt, had bS under physjaads of tw1 Practkeaix ySJ? - aw re,irB1tjBir.a, wnen reconjBnsr.aed t Dr. H. (by a gentleman of this city) hi, bZ Ms fneuds derJared he could not possibly rurvir t wo rnouiii kngw. Thousands expenawnf all . know with what ease and sutety Dr. H eradi cates the severest cases, aad cxnfinni the'oiiT.fi lotlosi. TbeDortot's plan (admtitiijT!, cessary to guard the public againat tieioste Z mercury, end other fatal delusions, beid htthjUL perems, thereore, having contracted ab vats disorder, or suspecting latent poisoa. V. admonished not to tamper . !th thetr rnufiflj tion, or conceal the disordrr, till Mst rewtaS ry others having the remains of aa old cans, or other impurities of the Mood, at well ooJ r ctmiptauitt of a delicate nature, n i x. si.oall remember posterity, aad oo Mtv tol)r. II. at his old and Kspectall mtab - jshnient, No, 6i WMer - ftreet, four hotHe of Old - siip, to ol Um that prompt assittance lone i ak nlated to prevent rTisclosure, And bera let m ciaira your serirms attraticReiiember a uperficial care js o care at all uulcss thebaJ incsiis radically done, you wilt certainly have the rlisoidtit lreak out .agaia with redoubled ma tignity. at .uc future period t perhaps' then will be too late tci te !.idy. Duo't yon oftea awet ia he street luiterai.lc, mutinied beings, wiUioui . vea a bit of nose oa tlieir facef Tae vraminf I beseech ou. . , vs" , : - Dr. H's. character for skill and" stubborn inttV sriry being u&iversaily known in this city, sine 1804, guurantecto auents that delicacy aad seV crecy hitherto unknown, nod having confined ha' ractice for vears txuit. enrtmiu..iv tn k. diieases of the biood systsm, they may safely cat.' tuiate on the most decided advantaer r.. wlfir,H. " 7 " GleeU eradicated in twe cr three week. - 4 StricturM removed without ongi rtr any oLA. er instrument ! and all deWitjee s likewia all old ulc - eratirini, fistula's - A plurality f offices arc provided, and so sjta ated that natients are not etposed to each Othar observation. Opea till halfuM in (ue evenrhr ' A II persoas ta - - tI6e are incited to t free is talfeft nd sneaking with Dr.U. which is free ofcoL And here the Doctor car.not avoid Iht sirrrestion of gratitude for innumerable recom - mendntlons, and for the decided preference (it is pft - surned with just cause) long given, him by a tudicious pahlic ' . xv. ti. aii teuersmustoe post paid. Dr. Buchanan. . Aug V7 J M jt - rfTe - m EIVANS. . . . s'waorcaruigaesr - wi - iiae, rsaowunitsiw ially axhouwledgod M rj' . c'VJrusmodeotrestmeal is perfecthr auild. ur. hvuiuuw. ana ius caargss stance he warranto a cere, and wil retura the pay if a does not perioral agresabie tocootmct. - T : v i.uinmisu viwaj, ooserveo. - There are manv person m (his cit aiwi it. cinitr, laboring under various chronic ditet each as cancers, old inveterate ulcers, scrofula .. - or Wag evtlf.Bstalaa, disease of tlie urethra, bladder and ludaiea, old complicated rompaoau of a certaia a tart, bilious aad other obttmc lions, rheumatism, Ac. which they coaaider ino - 'aiile, they can certs inly be cund (ia ceaersll by afplyiae at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, IS t. 9, Peck - tlip, having practised ia extehsive hospital ia Europe 11 yean, under some of the first rjvffgeon and Physicians in the world, aad , maae uioib vwuiuu, tuactun me COOSUM study for 30 years. , . : Octl . Jt.wHEAT0N DA - v is, ran ncv Chair Maaufac - tuners, No. 153 FoKoo - strect, opposite St. Tauls Church, offer for sale, wholesale aad retail, a large and elegant as aortment of Curld Maple, plain painted and ornamented in gold h tiroese, tiara boo, Plain and Cilt Balls, Rocking, Sewing, and Conversation Chairs. Sofas, Settees. L - iuiieeet, .Music Stools, tc ' Orck it from any part of the continent execited with neatm - .i and dispatch. . .. OkI Chairs repaired, painted and ornamented.' , oci 13 . ry The subscribsr having recently returned from England with an important improvement en tho artificial spring LEG, ha takes this method ' of informing bis friends and the public, that alt .' those who are so unfortunate as to be in want ot a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by ap - . plying at no. il Uarrtay - slrest New - York. Jaa 12 WM. TURVIS. ORIENTAL POWDER, For removing superfluous Hairs. fry - ur eALVb i - Cold Cream ; Aloioea i paste ; antique and Russia oil ; pomade de grates for thickening tha bairi tooth powders t opiate' for the teeth ; eareacetr laveader, orange flower, hungarie aad fuse waters; .pomatam in pot Ii iolb; fresh toaania beans ; rose, ' violet and plain hair pew ders I acimors t rasort; pea aod pocket knives I hair aad reoaming piasi ladies work and dretsing cases ; gentlemen's tra velling case for aa at the chymicai penum and fancy manufactory af ' IV. OiTll I IJ UAIIU 136 Broadw.ty, nearly opposite Crty lloteL Who have also on haed, rose, jews mine, vio let, orange, vernacular, ahyiinian, honeytuck. - Naples and lavender scan patent PEN NETRATING HAIR BRUSHES, fancy articles, tc. Jan xv . ; MEMtMKiJ S REMAINS of the late Rerfy Charles Bnck,containioecopWoixtrscl 1 from hit diary and interesting letters to bit friecfr, , interspersed with various observations explana - , tory and Ulostrative of his character aod wort ' by Joho Stvlev, D. D. 1 vol. price $1 - 85 - J o received aad for sale by W. B. GILLEY, v Jan 79 ' l woaoway. LOST, soppe - ad to be ttolea, a very fins sad , valuable GOLD CHAIN. alutfonryarJsf longif the same should be offered lor salei , either wliole or m piece, iaformatioo is rtqacrtca to be given at this oilice, and a reward of twenty uUfcr it offered to be paid upon U coovictjoe v of .hen.;.;:, r . . ;. - 7,. jaassHt NEW - YORK '." PBJXTEn AND PVBUSHKD - - ; MICHAEL PCRlfUAM k CO. ; No. 43 PwK - rra.xy. mm M

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