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(I BATAVU CARGO ATAtKTlOX. ON Tuesday, lutn reoruary, 1010, . o'clock, at the touth tide of India Wharf, in Tbe entire cargo of tli brig New - Letder, op - lain Young, from Batavia, consisting of Pfna. will DC lOld BI DUOUC DUCUVa 343 CANN1S rKKH suuaiv 2750 BAGS COFFEE. Conditions at tbe tale. T. K. JONES CO. Poiton. 30th Jan. 1818. Auctioneer, feb26tt ' TJEMP& IRON St Petersburg clean Hemp I I Russia, Old Sable and Swedish Iron, for ale in lots to fuit purchasers by iti to fuit purchaser! CAMBRELENG Si PEARSON, feb 2 67 South - street. ilIADEIRA WINE 8 pipes Old Madeira III wine, oi superior ijuuiii 1 1 I .. . unportea un 1011, lorsaieny TR0KE3, DAVIDSON St CO. feht 106 Front - street. t TO LET, - lJ From the 1st May next, tha three - story brick bonssj No. 18 Courtland - street, with or ' Without the stable in the rear ApnTt J. k R. RENWICK, . Feb J 18 Conrtland - at, jrm. . TO LETt Two adjoining rooms in WalUtrtft, convenient for offices. Apply to PRIME, WARD & SANDS, ftb 2 tf 42 WalUtreet The subscriber will lease or sell the lot L Jandtuiiseta which be now lives in Lau - reas - street It is a pretty comfortable house for j a small moderate family, naving a siooe suicneu and cellar, two rooms on each floor and a bedchamber in the garret. Across the rear of the bouse there is a pleasant piara, built scarcely three years ago It has a neat little garden about j M) rt decn. md a small stable, leading to which . . rr , . . . i. . . there is a gangway irons we sireei Appiy w . u cn or - .i,: . A. U. UU1I, HO. V winuni. Feb tf JAMES TILLARY. m i f iwj .i jil That very spaclousdTonvement three stoTVbrick house, situate corner of West and Courtland streets, adjoining the bteam - Boat Wharf. It is one of the most eligible situations for a respectable hotel in this city, and in point of prospect and health is hardly excelled by any situation. To a good tenant the rent will be mo - derate. For Ucn.ar.a.vv0NHooK fchftf No. 26 Wall street STORK IX) LET. Th fir nroof store No. 2 Gouveroeur's Laue, (near Water street) is to let irom isi .nay next. It has four stories, besides a large cellar mA m vers rnmmndious srarret. oeinc Ufainea from other buildings, there is no risk from lire. Possession may probably he had, if requited, be - lore the 1st May. Appiy at 29 Southstreet, to feb2 TUCKER It LAURIES. TO LET, A lane convenient modern built house. coacii house end improvements, (witn or wunoui an extensive kitchen garden and back lot) from the first of May next ; situated on tbe corner of the Frst Avenue aod First - stroet, near the corner of North and Allen streets, and about one mile Irom the City Hall. The situation is elevated as I healthy, and in every respect suitable for a cnteei family. On tlie premises is a well ol most excellent water. Apply to CORNELIUS DUBOI3, Feb 2 tf N. 36 Front - street. jril fOR SAl.L, " (tlj Three years unexpired lease, from first ofifTf next, of that eligible situation No. 154 GrMwich, co'ner of Courtlaud - street, beir.g jttU calculated tor a respectable boarding bouse, and has beenoccupiett as such for set era! years ; is a three story well fiauhed buildiiig. Enquire at tbe premises, or of r . JAME3 HOPSOS, ftb 2 1 m No. 24 Vande water - street. fir Sue r lo Let, SLJ The (loose No. 23 Fiac itreet En - cuio aext door, at No. 25. feb 2 lw KLhifl The store and cellar under the main budumg of tne house No. 223 Pearl - street, and a three story fire - prooi store in the rear, now occupied by the subscriber ; possession to be given on the 1st of May next. Also, his stable and coach - house, situated on Gold - street, in the rear of his aforesaid premises, possession of which can be had immediately. Feb 2 tf JOHN 1. GLOVER. VALUABLE PROPERTY IN BROADWAY Q FOR SALE, To - morrow, the 3d Feb. at 12 o'clock, t the Tontine Coffee House, by D. DUNHAM, that valeable property in Broadway, known as Kos. 60 and 62, directly opposite the property of R. Lenox, esq. On the premises are two very convenient brick houses in good repair, and very desirable for smalt families. In the rear, fronting oi New - street, are two frame bouses, No. 23 and attion of this valuable property is too well known Za, producing an annual rent of STZi. Tne sit - to require a further description. The dimensions I are 34 feet 7 inches in front oo Broadway, 23 feet 9 inches in the rear on New - street, and 136 feet deep. Partner particulars may be known at tbe aoetioa store Terms at the sale. Feb. t it unsc. wa. ilu. i A YOUNG woman t - assist in taking care of children and to work at her needle Nonel vnnfn .... . t .! i n need apply unless they bay lived a tbe above capacity and can bring a recommendation from their last place. Apply at No. t Marketfield - tract, north side of the Battery, and next door to Wo. 1 Broadway. Feb 2 2t rWR SALE, tea good Feather Beds, with - a. puiows. He. Inouire at No. 8 Grand - street feb 2 lw Ai4rtu of Condolence Im Hit lioyal Highnet the Prince Regent. HIS Britannic Majesty's Consul at New - York, begs leave to inform the several gentlemen who are daily forwarding their xames from different part of the United JUtes, to be affixed to the Address, thut it nu been closed since the 24th ulL The si?. We7WyVlt 7Z .TtachmTnthe been cotim, 7ZrZ A.'.."' I nl k.j. - j . ' " I I . I for ry of in bi T tine new .nn. 1 l01 .aaiUonal nin,e wouid he fronting on the said North River, called West - I'petfea. To all those who have subscribed. I sir,. nH Knun.UH a fnllnva northeasterly - - i iwiu. i nu am uvwrku as i "hi u au those who have wished to subscribe! i . ... ",clr names to the Address, the Consul ere - ms respectful acknowledgements, for ?e Prompt expression of their sentimenU, on in . .... ii ""wnity i wnich he considers tlie Ti"1 refuUtion of the calumnies heaped up - "o him by anonymous scribblers, who have bo - nored him - - .i. ., u 7 ' - urea mm with Uieir abuse. Cir un , - n.i n. the unrrm.l ..r...: - r : .v . rt. : : '"Kimess, ana uie ijonstitution. eb8 U THE NEW - YORK PAMPHLET SOCIETY, LTAVE this day issued their first number. The numbers (i nt, caM aill J - snoathly, calculated to circulate in a cheap ttte most valuable writings on subjects of - .uiwmjuoo, tor a lurtner view or the v .public referred to the first number, ?,hd 3 ech, at J. L. Tiffany's. 114 - , v,. uey & to3 Wall - st. Day T.roer's, 84 Water - sL R. Moore's 299 Greta' Day I V - Tolten's, 9 Bowery. Feb 2 U ' MIMTTTr RllVTIvn , I T A D AM E J A COT la . i . . J; 2jV. m. WL"'1. !PctflT tender. otw Z... 1 l na gentlemen of this tJi. - .SbeVuLa. ma, be ""atltas. take hlrrfwMM ,k.. pssecn. 1 "J" na execolion may febtlwt in ' ENC,;respectfiiUy announces UeittlMnenof New York, that hit GRAND CERT, will take place, at the City , (we ki permitting) on luesday, J eb. 10. - Son? C ACT 1ST. Full Orchestra Sonff. " Cabin Boy" Mr.tCeene, Reeve. Song, (by desire) u Fly swift ye Zephyrs'' Mrs. Moraii Bishop. Duette, " If thou canst live on bumble . fare," Mr. Keene and Mrs. Moraii Virtue. Coucerto, Piano Forte. Mr. Moraii P. A. Corri. Song, " Henry ifarewell" Mr. Keenr, Irish. Duett, (by desire) u Rest weary Traveller" Mr. Keene and Mrs. Moraii Braham Air, with variations, Flute, Mr. Kinscla Weiducr. Overture, Full Ocheifra. Snp. " Thouirh love iiwarm a whild" Mr. Keene Braham. Dueu, " Tyrolese" Mr. Keene and Mrs. Moran Moore. Air, Piano Forte, Mr. Moran F. Homnau. Song, " Tbe rose bed of Summer" Mrs. Moran Stevenson. Song, " The blooming Rose" Mr. Keene, Phillips. Song, " My Henry's gone" Mrs. Moran, Stevenson Song, (by desire) " Home, Love and Liberty" Mr. Keene Bishop! Finale, Full Orchestra. Leader, Mr. Gentil Piaiio Forte, Me. Moran Tickets to be had at Messrs. Wevmau's, No. 38, and G. and R Waite, No. 54, Mai'deu - Lane Mr. Goodrich, No. 12G, and Mr. R. Waite, iuw. 136, Broad - Way, at the Music Stores, of Air. Keene, No. 101, Greenwich - street, and of W. H. Creagb, lYinter, No. 71 Maiden Lane. . lei Ht POOR SALE, for a term of years. a healthy, wench JL active and very capable negro will be disposed of cheap, as it is her own desire Enquire at No. 23 North Moore - street. Feb 2 tf A SWISS Emigrant, farmer, with a wife and a numerous family, would, be thankful to find a situation on a farm, cither to work it on I.u - . l, ; ii ii - l o J"")""" u.c.cuu. un Untandi we 1 the management nf hones and 1 " " might suit a livery stable : in Cup, work of any uwi wiiuiu .uaiiiy lie wuuiu uiusb uiouth - aou w.uHo.i. lamuy uu.B u.u lutcuiem season. Li is wile also begs employment in coarse I sewing. Apply to the Rev. Mr. Pennereyre, No. 16 Cedar - street. Feb 2 3l LA.SD OFFICE IN UTICA. ' pilE subscriber has opened an ollice in Genes - I mum frft - n f. ir nM - nrftinfl. unit vltihit - inr for sale unsnttled lands and in.nroved farm. in the United Stales eeneralir. and particularly tlie western district ol tbe state ol New - York, and s.Iiu s such person, as are Hesirous ol selling their lands to luroish him with maps, descriptions and terms of sale. . This town having been for a long time a great Ihrirmiivhrnrtf fnr mitrritnta frim t!iirAnA Ann the eastern states, i. consequently an eligible position for an establisLmtnt. alTordiug facilities to own - ers and settlers ol land. All communications fpostase paid) will be promptly attended to. as an agent generally ior tne transaction oi nu siuess, on commission, auacoiitciion and trans mission ol money, he otters his services to the public. Ulica, January, 1818. feb2dlaT4wcluit P. BOUR3. IN CHANCERY. I N pursuance of an order of tins honorable court, 1 bearing date the nineteenth day of January inst. notice is hereby given to all the creditors of William Wells, deceased, to crime in and prove I 1 . I 11 I ' 1 . . f i L ineirueDi, ix - mre me suumtiiii, am one oi me masters of this court, at liu omce No. 3 Law - Buildings, rn or before the ninth day of February next. Dated Jan. Z'M,, lbMS. JAMES A - HAMILTON, feb 2 tf MnMer in Chancery . tj - TAKE GOOD ADVICE ! ! - C0 ' 10 000 DOLLARS. i a.i monuay next i w T . I V the urst drawn ticket will receive the capital prize of 1U,UUU UUL.L.An.3. And on the ensuing Monday the first drawn ticket will be entitled to the rand caoital crizeoi 30,000 DOLLARS. And in tne inran - while the floating ca - ' - 5pital prize of 10,000 - tint, inii v drawn. Never did j belter orosiiect present itself in any lottery for the attainment of a brilliant fortune so small a sum. A few chances may yet be obtained, if applied for soon, at tbe old established Lucky Lotter Ollice of JUDAU ft LAZARUS, 74 Maiden - Lane. Where have been sold in former lotteries.most the highest prizes. Prizes in former lotteries, foreign bank notes, and approved promissory notes, will be received payment for tickets. A correct check dock is Kept at tne iuckt l,oi - T Office, which may be examined at all times tree ol eipence, ALLEN'S Prize List, Medical Scienc e Lot tery, 20th days drawing. No - "25,493 (first drawn) $5000 ; "14,581 100; 20,578 50 21,028 50. Both sold at Z H Tl ", 1JTVT V?5 sffTW hrf f - fn - fLNJ IsW Where was sold and immediately paid no. 3320 which drew the grand prize 100,000 ing the highest prize ever sold or paid in America. feb 2 VlAlTES' List of prizes, Medical Science T Lottery, 20th day. No, '25493 f 5000 j 14581 100 21028 50 ; Sit. First drawn. . feb 2 IN CHANCERY. State of New - York, ss. rN pursuance of a decretal order of this honors - hlc rnnrt. hoinnr rfntu tho 7th day of July ast. will be sold at Dublie. auction, at the Ton1 . ... . . " . T7 . . . . i n 1 1 Coflee House, In the city of New - Y ork. un - uciuk mivcuaaoi uhi imn n. u uue vi urc , by being between Washingtop - .treet and a wrtaip sueei oi seventy teei in nreaain, io ueiuaue ,uccu and enterly by Liberty - street ; north - westerly and westerly by West - street aforesaid; south westerly and westerly by Cedar - street, aod south - easterly and easterly by Washington - street ; containing in breadth on Washioeton - street and West - street one hundred and ten feet six inches, and in length along Liberty - street iw uuuoieo suhi mvcuiT - - vru leri, uu u6 ri....n.ii.kii.j..j.,.n..init'. i.l.i. . - .l..' . theless to the rents, covenants, restrictions and agreements to which said premises are subject. city of New - vimA hv i created oy in lavor oi uie corporation oi uie i York, as imposed, reserved and them. Dated Nov. 26th. 1817. JAMES A HAMILTON. Master in Chancery. Note. The sale of the above property is postponed to Friday, the 30th instant, at eleven o'clock, A. M. at the same place. It will be sold lots or parcels, and on liberal terms, which So. SLw BilmnVs i wher a maDof the ore - 1 Va may be known by applying at tne maners wnct miees may be seen. January 8th, 1818. J&nSdts . rt.s r n s a m The above sale is farther postponed to tbe ele venth day of February next at the same Bour and place. - Jan. 30th IH1H. JAMES A. HAMILTON, feb, 2 dtds Master in Chancery. T7LOUR ic TOBACCO 150 bbls Richmond r .City Flour, H ax all's brand 50 do do Country do 9 bhds Prime Old LeafTotaccv 20 do New do in store, and for sale by TROKES, DAVIDSON ft CO. Jaa.27 106 FropHtreet rr Mr. the La diet i rV WW to) I I St. r by sale A 174 store, ST. sjip, r A fa O m sioop jan Ea fDICAL SCIENCE LOTTERY, No. , Lfl now drawioc 5 times a week. 146JJroadfwaj: CORRECT LIST OF PRIZES, 20th drawinf. 25493, $5000 14681, 100; 20578, 50; 21028, 50. '1st drawn number. Draws araio to - morrow. 1st drawn number on Wednesday entitled to 1000; and on Monday next the 1st drawn number will bo entitled to a capital prise of 10,000. Prises taken at par for warranted uodrawo tick ets and shares. Feb 2 GRACE CHURCH. PEW No. 98, for sale. Enquire at No. 70 Washington - street. Jap 27 6t SHERRY WINE, etc. 7 qr. casks very choice Sherrv Wine. 14 vears old. and 8 ten gall, kegs very old Muscatel and Paforet Wines, particularly calculati d for family use. for tale by U. ti. K S. HOWU.MI, Jan 27 77 Washington - street. TWIST and F1LLI.NU. fTriLLIAM CAMPBELL VV street, bas received 1U - U No. 197 Pcarl - 1000 lb. of No. 12 and 13 Twist and Filling, from his factory at Patterson, which he will sell on fair terms. A regu lar supply of yarn from No. 10 to 18 will be re ceived weekly. Jan 38 tf IIULLk BOWNfcbave just received by the - Li Lorenzo, from London, Unon's Antimlious fills Hickman's Pills for the gravel, &c. China's Worm Destroying Lozenges Roach's Embrocation Thompson's Cheltenham Salts II ay ward's Tolu Lozenges Hen'ry's. CakinM Magnesia. And a general assortment of British Patent Medicjneiof reoute not mentioned above war - "lea" - "es oi repute, noi nienuonea arjove, war - ranted genuine, and for sale at Jan 24 im 1 lo t'earl - itreet. . . - - - h 6"""J Quality 10 do Lignuuiyilte For sale by TUCKER & LAIJRIES, Jan 19 29 South - street. CORN 10,000 bushels Virginia corn, of prime quality, deliverable alongside a ves - "1 or Vessels at Tappalianuock, r cr sale by CRUMP, R. Jn 26 90 Pine - cti er t. ohASSbs - SlI hhds. Molasses, of suiierior VI quality, lying at Dever street wharf - for sale bv K. JL C. W. DAVENPORT A CO. Jan 26 . L IG J 200 flr - boxet e,,, 1 urke Pul J Si T. 'u,t, rtcelved' 'I ?'?,!',.... . J PETER RE.MSEN It CO. 1A I HERRINGS M: JL boxes 1st sort. ,, boxes 1st sort. 177 do la do iog and for sale I v siemugs,nuwidiiu - CAMBRELENG k PEARSON, Jan 22 67 South - stn - ct. I IN ENS, fcc. bales German Shirting and iJ sheeting Linens, for sale terms, ny Jan 27 G. G. i S. HOWLAN1), 77 Washington street (lfUSCOVADO SUGAR. 161 hhds. Hava - iVL na Muscovado Sugar, of superior quality, landing from brig Boxer, from Havana, at Jones wharf lor tale by GOODHUE it LO. , jan 21 44 South - street. TTPLANU COTTON. - 15 bales prime UpJ land Cotton, landing and for sale by SAUL ALLEY, yu fine street. IN STORE, 42 bales Sea Island Cotton, for sale as above, I jt23 I o NE hundred bbls. Bristol Spamtii Brown, v uu With a general assortment of Paints, dry and .1.. . 1 ..it ! sround. for sale oy RIPLEY & WELD, 192 Front and corner of Fnlton - street Jan 23 V GLASSES, - COFFEE, LL 15 hhds. Molasses, SUGAR, Kc. 5 hhds and) 5 bbls sugar, 32 bags Coffee 60 Snanish Hides Landing this day from brig Protection, from 1 nomas', west side uiu - snp, ior sate oy D1VIE BETHUNE It CO. Jan 23 791 boxes HERRINGS. st tort ) Herrings of superior 177 do' 2d For sale by do) quality. CAMBRELENG St PEARSON, 'Jan 28 67 South street QUERCITRON BARK. T?tFTY hhds. and boxes of very tine quality, for sale by G. G. & S. HOWLAND, . 7' Washington street. Jan 28 50 BOXES warranted American Tallow Mould Candles, of different sizes, from Winsliip's factory, Charleston, Mass. For sale RIPLEY k WELD, vjz i row, corner oi r uuon - sireeu Jan 28 OMBAZETTS k COTTON. 4 bales Bombszetts , 34 bales o'ea Island Cotton, and 15 do. prime Upland do. landing and for by SAUL ALLEY, 98 Pine - street. Itr Stobi 40 bales Sea Island. Apply as ab.ve Jan 24 PLASTER OF PARIS. CONSTANT supply of ground plaster of j pans, m oarreis, suiubie lor tne souioern market. Orders left with Walter Nexseo, No. j Front - street, corner of Burling - s'ip, will be nrnmntlv nl(nHl , JOHN HVVhS. I 1 . . . - " - - . I Foot of Harrison - street. Ncrth - River. Jan 19 tf . ; . ...... . - . . . . , CS.L.OGUEN&AUR,OUm.N 1JIJ bales very prime upland cotton, in and for sale in lots to suit purchasers, by , UR1SWULU3 el CUATLS, Jan 23 68 SouUi - st CROIX SUGAR 18 hhds. landtag, and for sale at 55 Pine - street, by Jan 15 GEORGE W. TALBOT. STARCH. UNE Hundred and Sixty, kers Philadelphia Starch, landing Irom schr. Fair Trader, at Old - ior Sale Dy JACKSON k WOOLLEY, 75 Wall - street. jan 5 ODOR OF ROSES. FEW f00011 bot,le ol dor of RMet Ja - received from Smyrna, and for sale by 22 ROBERT LENOX, i UM, &c 2 hbds. old Jamaica Rum ; 10 bags eup. Calcutta Sugar, landing from satellite, ana ior saie oy G. W. TALBOT, jan 10 55 Pine - street. on reasonable WLAN1), by tne lhe just i. by lery, lV XfX sale by ila W . . . P'P V - casks superior sherry wine O qr. cask do. very old 200 qr. caks tamos wine 24 bhds. Boston ruin fur sale by G. G. & S. HOWLAND, jan 28 77 Wanhington - ttreet. RUM. 100fbl' in ft. .Nt iuiro tor saie by JACKSON WOOLLEY, 17 75 Wall - street. TlNGLISii Cannon and Musket Powder, (or tale by dec? LER0Y, BAYARD & CO. sale VJT jaa For CHARLESTON. : ,S Tbe elegant packet ihip CORSAIR, LliliSuttoc. wUl sail on Wsdnesdar nexL 1 or irturht or passage, apply on board, at Go - Iverneurt wharf, or to CLARK, MOORE ft Co. Jan 31 4t 41 South - street For OHQRiO, The scbr. BETSEY, capt. Turner, .burthen 97 tons, a substantial cood vessel, only one year old, hiving a part of her 1. 6" - "6 - 6 - wu. - der, which wUl be taken on Very reasonable terms, apply to GOODHUE & CO. jun 31 44 South street. for SjiVji VJWftf, I be regular packet brig tLlZA, :o sail on Tuesday next. For freight or puaage apply on board at Jones wharf, or lo II. THOMAS, Jan 30 4t 2 ones' lane tor RorMKD. - iJH, The fast sailing bri? J U LIANA, B i 'lfir A"r"" master, 204 tons ; haviiijf two iimasot tier treigl.t engaged, will commence loading this day, and be dispatched immediately. For balance of freight, or passage, having good accommodations, apply to E. FISHER, an 30 lw 54 South - street. for bolt, tretgUI or tharler, The ship DRUM.V10ND, R. Quarles master. 300 tons ; will carry upward) ol JooObols; is a substantial veuel and well found, r or terms, apply on ooaru, at pier no. i , or ai oo south - street, to Jao27 WALSH ic GALLAGHER for Sale, retgkt or Charier, Tlie substantial, fact sailing brig MA RY - ANN, capt. Lewis; is I year old; carries about I GOO bbls ; lies at pier no. 13, east river. Inquire of GOODHUE & Co. Jan 27 44 South - street. ior freight or Charier, The ship PERSEVERANCE, bur then 260 tons, in complete readiuess to receive a cargo ; lies cajt side Old - slip. ALSO, The brig MUSCONGUS, capt Dock - endorff, burthen 152 tons, well calculat ed lor arrying lumber and stock ; lies at Bur - hng - tltp. Ajijily to BARKER & HOPKINS, No. 84 South - street. Jf7io hare for sale, . 20 tons clean St. Petersburg hemp 10,000 Calcutta Goat bkitis, Urge size Calcutta Duck 2 bales Itussiu Calf Skins. 2fi00 gallons pure winter slraiucd Sperm, oil COO gallons rack'd whale oil 170 boxes first quality Spermaceti candles An invoice of elegant French hall stoves 20 tens pig iron Jan 21 lOt for LOADUJiDERRY. The fine fast sailing ship FOSTER, N. Moran, master, having 7 - 8ths of her I CB.r rea')y 10 S. on board. w' despatched improved machine for pressing of goods for ex - wthout delay, r or freight of 100 to 200 tierces portatioo bas been erected ou the premises, and seeu, or passage, appiy io uie master on Doaru at pier no. 13, or to Jan 20 W. S S CfHAICx I CIOTTON. 54 bales Prime Upland, for sale I at 66 South - street, by I HUSalA GREY HAKE SKINS, ri EORGE ASTOR offers for sale 10,000 Rus - sia Grey Hate Skins. Jan 31 lw sr - v MOLASSES. hhds molasses, good quality, at Peck - for !. hv Jan 31 R. 4c C. W. DAVENPORT Sz CO. plOTTON YARN. Tlie COMMISSION . ....n....r - ... w. . . . . ' ' ajmya.x m rean - sireei, nave now ior iae mott Nos. of Cotton Yara, from No. 4 to SO. jan 8 I trusses col'd aod fringed Cloth IO Shawls, handsomely assorted, received perl Ann Maria. ' " CAMBRELENG k PEARSON, 67 South - street. Jan 29 IHINA SILKS 2 cases green sinchews; 1 do black camblcts 1 do 6 - 4 white shawls ; 1 do black do 1 do damask For sale by MARCH & LOW, Jan 29 10 Broadway. HEMP Ai DUCK 60 tons St. Petersburg!) clean Hemp b0 bolts first oualitv Russia Duck For sale by JAMES D'WOLF, Junr. jan 8 57 Front street. f REACH GOODS. OSTRIC H Feathers, Plain tafita ribbons Fringed - do do Plain and fringed sattin do Figured garniture do Sattin hat linings, Linnen cambric Chenelle cords and cords and tassels Plain black and fancy velvet libbons Artificial flowers. Fancy bonnets Fancy diadems, Ladies' bead ornaments, lie. dilk lace veils, Menoo ridicules Kid gloves, Tapes, Beads Hckc. For sale RICHARDS, TAYLOR Sl WILDER. Jan 27 lw 145 Peirl - st. IRON HOLLOW WARE. 4 N assortment of the above article consisting M. ol pots, kettles, bake pans, rridJJes, skd - lets, basons, spidors, tea kettles, lie. per too or piece, lor sale by . . CEBRA Si CUMING, Jan 30 76 Pearl - sL 633 INDIGO, SUGARS, Ac. ban Benares and Radoarore Sugars, laiier very superior quality, narg graiuea, latter very superior quality, worthy tbe attention of retailers 17 cases Beneal ludizro . ri,J:. I rJ - 1 . T " S"V. ree'd per ship India, lor sale by , . r. Kxm&ui s - u. . mrw f . cl - , . l jan 3 26 South - street. A Com - fan Wanted. WANTED immediately, a corn - fan ; a second hand one will answer. A pply to TUCKER k LAURIES, Jan 20 29 South - street (VI A.NKEENS. ps. long yellow Naa - v keens 6U0 blue do. entitled to debenture. For sale JOSEPH OSBORN, jsn au ga poutn - sireei, HEMP, sflKES, LEAD, Ac. QT. PETERSBURGH clean Hemp and Ken - lucky yams in Lots to suit purchasers 100 casks spikes, assorted sues from 4 to lOin. W roils Sheet Lead 50 boxes 8 by 10 Glass 5 tons Patent Oakum 30 bales India Twine, No. A. With a general assortment of slap Chand tor sale by Jn30 lw TUCKER & CARTER. OLAssES, COFFEr sic 31 bhds and 4 bbls. Molasses, Lrst quality 23 bogs Green Coffee, 1ZU Ury nicies 1 ooii. sugar i.iuioj l wbarf, from schr. Linnet, from Porto Rico, for m 1.1.1. . t IJ . . It - I sue i R. Si C. W. DAVENPORT CO. ed Jo23 are ERMAN STEEL, BRIMSTONE Sic 155 boxes Steel 129 boxes roll brimstone 1 case Leeborn hats 15 dp tumblers 10 packages paper 3 bases cholleu sjkI and 30 boxes mould candles dard. .t.,.j .i.u. . v.l a i " " t but ges 27 for well low. X? at on this aod taken, Ap w 1KJ m in owner uedar I J added, Gen. A Map ed, bad lm ill ... Jim 1 jan .1 .olnrnes. ".ete ery. ; Jsn JUST system ou 00 soap, eiuucu h ueoaiuut - w icents. by JAMES D'WOLF, Jr. 13 57 Front - street TV - MSK TABLE CLOTH; MJ tit. J ust opened at No. 6 1 3 cases Irish linens, course to su do loar lawns, assorted I do 6 - 4 stout irunsbeci 1 do diaper and damask tai UeD - sorteu, irom s lo iu ouarurib - t. 1 do super real double damask pan very large sise, wiui oiegant and large napkins to matcta 1 case Dotted counterpanes together wfth a general auorUnent of Dry Goods, for piece and Ml,i1,.Bl, - UMi. - - . Alto for Sale by the Package, A few cases Irish liuens and long lawns, assorted stout 5 - 4 Irish sheetings, Urogbeads Blach 7 - 8 liceas glazed. White platillas ' JanSatf L. Sl C. t - UYDAM. BOO i a AjNu shuls made am warranted AT REDUCED PRICES, ri JONES, Boot and shoe Maker, No. 35 Nas - Xt. sau - street, having completed bis arrange - uieow ior me prompt accommodation oi mi iriends and tlie public, solicits a continuance ol their patronage, which by bis exertions he ho; is l0 merit. JanX7 1w TKIJYl'IY CUUMJtl LOTH iVR SALE A T .1 L'C now. ON Wednesday, the 4th of February, will be sold at auctiou, by BLEECKER Si BIB - BY, at tbe Tontine Coffee House, at 12 o'clock, a number of valuable building lots fronting on Hudson - street, Spring - street, and a street lately laid out between Greenwich and 11 udson - sts. be in? lots formerly tmrtsof Brennan's Garden, and adjoining thereto. A plan of the lots may be seen at the olhce dt the auctioneers, 1. C. House Jan 28 61 15 DOLLAR') REWARD. OTOLFN last evening, from the entry of KJ house No - 40 Warren - street, one tine blue surtout coat, lihed with black silk in the sides and skirts, and a reddish brown silk in the sleeves. Also, two hats of midlin e size, not half worn, one lined with white silk and dark morocco, hatters name Lt; ewstcr. The other had a wafer inside The above reward will be paid for there covery of the whole er 10 dollars for the coats, apply as above. jan 23 tf MERIXO WOOL, CorrO.Y l'JRJY, SA1 TiMEtm, tic. TJVTANTED, a quantity of merino wool ; also, f " cotton yarn, particularly low numbers, Proposals will also be received for making of sat - tinetts. The manufacturer to be supplied with the materials, and the business to be rendered, probably, permanent. A contract is also wanted, for the runningol a cotton mill, ol Irom 1 to 4O0O spindles ; the cotton to be supplied, and the yarn to be received at a stipulated price. Apply at 14J Pearl - street, up stairs. oct 23 Villi FUR JaALEf The fire - proof store, No. 5, in Goover neur's - lane, the third from South - street. The lot on which it staiiAj is coder an advantageous lease, 11 years of which are unexpired. It u three stories, with fire - places ; being in front on OniireriiAur's lnnji d( Lttrt and in dpnth An heretofore profitably employed in pressing cotton, furs, skins, hay. &c. From the fitness of the hiiiLiino' Anil ihm rrtnvninn wliirh if mtTnrt for working the machine, and its nearness to the river, it may be au object to purchase tliem to - get her, ALSO, The lease (two years of which are un expired) of ;he three story houso No. 03 Front - street, third from Gouvemeur's lane. Besides large store and cellar m front, it fcfibrds every convenience tor a urge lanuty. . Alto, fOR SALE or TO LET, "tiHU The bouse No. 26 WaU - itreei, op(ositc the Merchants' and next to the Phoenix Banks kai.n i. Arh iw.. m f l - l materia s, and besides three rooms which have occasionally Deen occupied as insurance, brokers and attorney's ollice,, affords every accommodation for a .. - .:'. . ""lB ""'"J If not disiwsed of before the 10th February. the above will be offered for sale at auction, of which notice will be given by Bleeckcr St ibby. or particulars apply lo R. TIIURMAN, Jan 31 tf No. 26 Wall - st. JO QUARRl'MEtf. FOUR experienced Marble Quarry - men are wanted immediately. None need apply those perfectly acquainted with the bum ness i to such constant employ and liberal wa - win dc given. Jnj to EZRA LUDLOW, 34 Beavcr - strcet. TO LET, A small 3 - story fire proof STORE, No. Moore - street, next to the corner South - st. Possession given immediately. Apply as a bove. nov 12 P&Htf I uremic books, Distecltd Maps - , Sic. THE subscriber bas still on hand, a general and pleasinz assortment of books for youth, dissected prints, maps, ana cards ol amusement, sale, wholesale or retail, at his store. No. 2 William - street. Purchasers of particular books, &c. will do to apDlv early, as the numbers of some are I - Jan26 2w THOMAS DARTON. U BLACK BOY. T7UFTEEN years time of a stout healthy black boy for sale. He is 13 years old. Apply 255 Pearl - street. Jan 31 tl SWINE WANTED to purchase, a number ol Swine, soitable to put on a larm. Wanted to take to winter, a number of horses, a farm, distance not exceeding 14 miles from city, where there will be the best attendance, Ibey shall be kept in as good order as when at f 5 50 per month (accidenU excepted.) ,y ft, No 6,s rearl - street. before 1U ocloclL (ne rnin - aner 3 in tlie aflirnoon. iwv imii iw srui irbi kwiuuiuti h wwn tlie morning, i Jaa3l3t PIANO FORTE FOR SALE. ANEW and fashionable instrument, made ny one of the best London manufacturers, and complete order, will be sold cheap, as the wishes to leave the city. Enquire at 32 - etreei, corner oi uroadway, JanSl UST published, a new Map of tlie state of In - diana, by the Hon. C. Harrison, to which is the Surveys of the Illinois Territory, by Manifidd, pnee 2 dollars. I or sale ny PRIOR K DUNNING, No. Ill Water - street. few copies of Shelton and Reatitt's large , of the United states, mooniea ana Mimwr or folded in a case ; price 15 dollars, to be as above. jan ji - w AMlKVIU.K. a Tale of lhe vent - eutb century, in England, by W iUiam Godwin, - Li - t - t i r. - ...i. I"', Liso - uu ; Pfinsi 'I as - 1 on 60 or ed feet, 1 1 plan N. f JEj former Jan 1? 30i) 200 puousiieu uiu 'i . PETER A. MF.PIER, 31 N. 28 Wall - st riHiS.w r.iribr T. Sl J. SWORDS. 160 Pearl street, handsomely prinUd in two ... n i i. r . n rui .1 . in. i . 111 uiu h iu .mui ' ' . .. - - 1 I IV s4mo. price two oonars, a new nna edition of the works of J ames Mont o - including several potnis. now nm puniisn - , , s . together with a sketch of bis l.le. 1 o wbie.t Q addd some occasional pieces by anotiicr pen. mmm rjf n I nil sl I TtlswS'Sl r.w tnnl.r nan I 29 BOOK.KEEPEWS DIRKCIORY. piibl'thed, The Trial Balance or Cook - keeper's Directory; rbewins; a complete of book - keeping, commenced, carried on. VV I closed, and new books opened, noaa clear experimental plan. By Thomas H. God - acconntanL On a lirre sheet. Pric SOI - ,...... 11 rorsaieny 1 vj PRIOR fe DUNNING. JaaSO Sw. No. Ill Water - sL I A - CARD. 43" MRS. DF.LACE, Milliner from rari has the honor of informing the Ladies of tb - v, sue uas jusi openea a small case vl 'he laUst winter liaU received from Pari. . No 60 Reed - street, 4 doors from Broadwty. jan ju iw . NOTICE. 7 The nnhlic are hereby cautioned not t 'iy wire, Euuice. on say account, as 1 wi'i v anyriebu of her contracting alter lb. ud ull persons indebted to u.e for rent .' ise, are hereby notified not to pay t!..,. . iO any person bot mvseir tenordUi New - York, Jan. 27th, 18IB. GARRET VAN NOSTRA ND. Jan 27 w iEW - YoRKSLATECOUl'ANiV OCT The Stockholders are hereby requested to attend an annual election for ntne director?, to be held at the houe of Joseph Baker, No. 4 Wall - street, 'on Monday 9th February nxt . The poll will open at 1 1 and close at 1 o'Aock. JOHN MHJOMB, Secry. Jan 29 . . TAKE iNOi iCE, 07" All persons having demands against, acd those indebted to the esUte of William Rogcrt, deceased, are requested to call upoa THOSl A MASTERS, Esquire, No. 9i Wall - street. ted Jan. 19, ISlti. A. - ( KUUtns, tiecuuix. . Jan 21 dim r OR ENGLAND, DlrttCT. rXr" Letters for His Britannic Majesty's Pack, et PRINCESS ELIZABETH, (for Falmouth, direct) will be received at the Post - Olftce till Wednesday afternoon, tlie 8 lb. day of February. Jan 24 T. W. MOORE, Agent. " " NOTICE. "' ' fJT' AU persons haying demands against tho estate of the late GUY R. CH AM PL1N, deceased, will present their accounts, and loots indebted will please make payment to HENRY COIT, Executor, Jan3l1w No. 83 South - street. COTILLION PARlIES. ft7 The managers give notice that tbe next cotillion parly will be on Thursday evening next. l f i . .u - ij n . I Jan 31 5t MRS. W. WEST, late of the Opera House, London, has the honor to inform the La - dies and Gentlemen of this city, that her first PUBLIC BALL, in this country, will take place at the City - Hotel, on WEDNESDAY EVE NING, 4th February on which occasion she will introduce a variety of new and characterist ic uances, such as are - now performed at tbe Operas and respectable Drawing Rooms in Europe. In the course of the evening, the following fancy Dances : 1. MiDuelaTrois, byMrs. V. West tad two of her pupila. 2. Ballet Ecossc, (a Scottish national dance) by six young Ladies 3. An entirely new Cotillion by 8 young ladies. 4. Pas Seul Tempo Adagio changing to Alle gro, by Mrs. W. West. 5 Pas de Cinque,, by Mrs. W. West aod 4 young Ladies. 6 Un Choix des Quadrilles, by 8 young ladies. fL - 7 - Tickets J!l each, to be had of Mrs. W. West, No. 6 Hesterstreet. and at the bar of tho City - Hotel. Jan 20. lw A SAVING OF 50 PER CENT. M. WILSON, 26 John - street, 3 doors from Nassau - street. Iwes leave to inform the public, that he intends in future to do business (for cash only) at the following very reduced pri ces, viz : A gentleman's superfine blue or black coat $25 00 oo - oiner colors uuu do blue surtout or frock 28 50 do other colors 26 00 do . Marseilles waistcoat 3 76 do Toilanet do 4 00 do Kunsyount or Cloth pantaloons 11 50 And for those who prefer findina their own cloth Gentlemen's close bodied Coat & I num...... 7 50 do do do Ladies surtout or frock 7 7a waistcoat ' 2 00 pantaloons 2 76 Habits - - 7 (Hi Pelisse 4.50 treat coats 5 00 do do Army and Navy Uniforms, Chiklrens Clothes, and every other article in the Line proportionally cheap. N. B. All articles cut in the most fashionable style and workmamhip equal to any in the city. Jan I w - Middle Dutnct Bank Jfoltt, GSz R. WAITE respectfully inform the pub - . he that the bills of this bank will at all times be redeemed at, their offices la Maiden - Lane, on as good terms as any other Country Bank Notes of this state : they are only at a dis - count of one percent. Jan30 3t WANTED. A white girl abqut 16 years of aire, to attend on a lady and one ' child. One who can brinsr recommendation satisfactory as to her disposition, neatness, Sx. may hear of a good and permanent place, by applying immediately at No. 54 Greenwich - st. jan o , r"! BROWN, stone seal engraver andjowel - X . Icr, No. 166 Broadway. Coats of arms, crests, cyphers, &c. engraved stone. A handsome assortment of One gold seals, chains, and other jewellery. Ladies' seals engraved witn coats oi arms, mottos. and fancy devices, Diamonds, amethysts, crystals, Lc. bought the rourhor cuttoany form Books of heraldry kept witn upwards or - 0"0 jaa 7 am for SALE or to LEASE. FIVE Lots of Ground on street No.1, or the Commissioners' Mat, : which street No. 1. First - street, of 60 feet in width, will be open in the spring, Irom the Bowery, just above North - street, to the public square, at the commencement of the first avenue. ALSO TO LEASE, A number of Lots of Ground of 20 1 - 2 by 100 on the second avenue, w hich avenue is now opened rrom its rommenccmeni ai noiu - mm, the New Alms House. ... Those loU beinc eligibly situated, ana nearest part embraced by tlie Coiuaiiwioners of the city, will make them desirable situations. Apply to ...uid AUGUS I u s . Jan 30 1 w No. at r rem - urec t. E7RUM. - 2U hhds. Boston Ruin, just received and lor sale try , G. U. Si S. HOW LAND, Jan 27 77 Washington - street. 1NGI ISli IriU. CI IIVL.O. - io vmw liuu, flat, round, and square, assorted sizes ( ma ca.ks Spikes, from 4 to 6 inches. The entitled lodraw back, for sale by 11 ..11 u t - K.su tl SAIUS, 27 81 Pine street. i r'l.OUH. - 100 bbls Kittiinond t lour, branded (iailego do approved conntry brands du Petersburg do. lor sale at 66 South - st. WALbH Si GALLAGHER. Jan 27 , .OUR, TOBACCO Sl FLAXSEED 860 bbls Fredericksburg flour 24 half tierces flaxseed ' 14 hb.ls prime leal tobacco, received per ichrs. . . . . - "j . . . jtui 7 WALSH A GALLAGHER. IrM...M.tiilV rQlmtt hi. jlhSiil.KS - Aic I0O.O0O such Sbinxlesi j yoo W. O. Barrel Staves, for sale by ' ... . inu nri n. tl Ki. vy. ua i.rwsvs Jan 6 1. L - . .1 . . ., I. . w ,IA rill IllLO. - rO US J.SHUU a ''J .iu.( M.i.r - .i..! nrl I'mTortt Wine", pat ep expressly for family use, and will be sold by the single k - jg - Apply to .. Jau 28 " 77 Washincton street. rvTTni in h - .t nrimt Uolacd Cotton. '"y - v " - : lor sale bv R. k C. W. DAVENPORT S W. Jan 23 V :! j ' 1 . t 91 0 -

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