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IN CHANCERY. 1.1 CHANCERY. - . State o(Ntw - Tork.ti. IS porauance oft decretal order of ttiii honor .Me court, will be sold at ptjblic auction, at the Tontine Cofft House in Ihe city of Mew - York, under tbe direction of tbe subscriber, a one of the masters or thu court, on eatorday, the four - - ternth flat of February oext, at twelve o'clock t nooa, all that certain bouse and lot of ground, situate on the westerly tide of Nassau - street, in Uie nurd wrara 01 too city or Pfew - iork, and known a nHrobcrSl, bounded at follnwi : eat'. - rly in front by Nastaa - street, weiterly in the rear by property belonging to Mr. Iiaac Mead, northerly by Mr. Hodfrkinson'i Tavern, and southerly by property of Mrs. Elisabeth Giro 'court, containing in breadth in front and rear twenty fire feet. in length on (be northerly tide one hundred and twelve feet four inches, and on the southerly side one hundred andten feet tea ' inches, be the tame more or leu i together with ' all and lingular the hereditament! and apporte. nances thereunto belonging. Dated the 23d day 01 January, isiu. - . RICH RD1. WELLS, Matter in Chancery. .. Nor The terms of the title will beat fol low : 10 per cent on the day of iile. 15 per rent on the Knt day of May n - xt, at whit h lime a .deed will be executed and poisetiion riven i the "residue to be paid in leven years, with interest half rearly.tt - cured by a bond and mortgage on the premises the bouse to be insured bv the purvitaser from the laid first day of May until the purchase mtney and interest thereon i paid, and ft policy to be transferred to the mortgagee. ror rartaer particulars apply at toe masir't or - ore, ran. ou rine - ai reel' Jaoziaj . IN CHANCERY. . wi c . ir a v ti. Stale of sYew - York,u, . Jane Weeks and others. VMS Kiuiua. m 1 J,ar"nc ol a decretal order of thii honora - "X ht court, made in the above came, will be told at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee - House, in thecHy of New - York, on Monday, the ' ninth dy of February nest, at IS o'clock at noon of that day, under Uie direction and super tmendence of the subscriber, one of the masters of this court AW that certain lot. piece, or par. , ui ui gruwiu, uiunm iriB ana ueinx in uie se 'Tenth ward of. New - York, and nartofthe reales. tate of Ebenczer Young, deceased, and to the , northward of Cherry - itreet, and between that and Ixxnhardy - itreeti bounded southerly partly on ground now or late in possession of George Peck, partly by a gangway of eight feet, and partly by Kbeoeter Young's property, now or I Mi in li IUriin..tinfi I'li.k. RlnauM eny iiy Isaac Glason l northerly hy hhenrxer . m uihix, unior i boh easterly or jani oinciair i .containing in breadth throughout fifty feet nine inches I nnd in length on both aides eighty nine lent t and also the right to, or privilege, of all that certain gangway of i ight feet in width, leading ram Chvrry - strect to the ground hereby conveyed, with the absolute right of pushing and repass ing ni au lines inrougn laid gangway, Willi nur ses, rant, carnages, loaded a:d unloaded, at (iwaiure. Aha alio, an mat certain lot oi ground aituate, lying and being in the said seventh warr of the city afurtiaid, on the north tide of Cherry street I bounded southerly in front bv Cherrv. street, aforesaid i nortlierly in Uie rearhy around Jateof farah Reinbirrf, and. formerly belonging .lobpcneio loung, oi the city aforesaid, deceased easterly by a gangway of tight feet in lireadtli, and weiterly by ground now or late ol vmi , imiiuiuug ia icnm on eacn iiae one hundred feet, and in breadth, io front and rear, earn twenty live leet which twenty Ave reei uiciu'ies me one nail pari or. Uie said gangway, and also the use and privilege of the said gangway, in common with the proprietor! of the Joti of land adjoining thereto ; aDd which laid Itangwayii to he, and remnin, a common gangway or paiiage for the uses aforesaid t which Bid lot of ground is part of tbe real estate where, pfthe taid Ebeuexer Young, deceased, was mired jd fee at the time of Ins death; nnd which wni Kircn and devised to Sarah, tlie wile of John Rainbird. in nnd by the last will Bird testament tf the laid Ehenexer Young, and by the itid JollB and S. - rh rnilvanH n William IVulia Together with all and lingular, the ed'lices, puilriings, rights, members, privilege, hereditaments nnd appurtenance! (hereunto belonging or Io any wise appertaining. Dated New - York. January tu, 18 IU. , WILLIAM SEAMAN, . i. Master in Chancery. ; jan 0 taw3w&dldi , IM CHANCEKY. ' Stati of Jftvr - York, it. IN pursuance of an order of thii honorable cojjrt, will he sold at public auction at the Tontine CiifT. e House, in the city of New - York, under Ihe direction of the subscriber, on the 97th day of November int. at ELEVEN O'CLOCK to tbe forenoon All that certain lot, piece or parcel of ground situate lying and being in the fourth ward of the city of New - York, commencing 40 leet from the southwest corner of new - rnnrket - slip (late Catherine - street) and Cherry - street, and running westerly along Cherry - street 10 feet, to ground now or late the property of John Holiman thenre toutherly along mid ground ICO fret to VV'ater - street ; thence east erly along Water - street 40 feet, to ground now or lain or uoitus moore. tiien northerly a ions sain eround 1 20 leel. lo the nmce or liecin rmtg. Also, all that certain other lot, pit - re or rnrct'l or ground, situate, lying nnd being in the fourth ward of the city of Hew - York, directly in tbe rear of the above described piere or parcel of around, and commencing 40 feet from tbe aouthwett corner "foew - roarket - alip, and Water street, nnd running weiterly along Water - afreet 40 let t, to ground of John O. Cosier , thenre outneny along said ground ItHI ret to south - treet,.thence eaiterly along South street. 40 feet to ground now or late of Boltoi Moore, thence rwrtiierly along laid ground 160 feet, to the place of beginning. Together with tbe hereditaments and appurtenances to the tame, and every part and parcel thereof belonging or in anywise appertaining. Dated Nov. 4ih, 1817. THOMAS BOLTON, Master in Chancery. The above wilt be lold in serrate lots. The fermi of sale will be liberal and may be known rv enquiring oi uie iiaier, io. 44 1 ine - iireet, wnere a map 01 lire premises can oe seen. nov4lawti9lbdU The ale of the above nrnnertv ! nnatnnned In the 2flth day of January neat, at the same hour aura pwte. uaieo nov. Z7tn, m 17. THOMAS BOLTON, . . Master in Chancery, nov 17 1 a wtl aniOdts The ahove saleislurtherpnstponed to the 13tb day of February neat, at the tame hour and piace. Jan. o, mm. THOMAS BOLTON, Jan 89 td Matter in Chancery. At a court of Chancery In Id for the State of New - York, at tlie city of Albany, on Uie t thirtieth day of December, in the year ol our Lord one thousand eight hundred aod - seventeen Prcwnf J he Honorable Jamet Kent, Esquire. Chancellor. Nathaniel Pendleton,) IT appearing hy offda - w. f I vit to the satiftfictwn Henry C. Hawley ( of this court, that proceis J of luhptfoa to appear anl unwer m uie annve came nam ieen regularly inued irainstthe above named defendant. Hm. ry C. Hawley, but thdt the said defendant could not, upon diligent search and enquiry made, in - icruirume me teste ann return 01 u said sun poiaa, be mund tine served ther - witb And it lurther appearing hy the said affidavit, that the laid dt f. ndant has absc onded fronj his residence, and kmc into tbe state of Pennsylvania, or the tie of Ohio, where he wai at the time tiicn enquiry wai made On motion of Ns thauicl i'end eton, Dquire, tbe romr'aiant in person, it ii ordered that the said defendant, Henry C. Hawley, docat:e bis appearance to be entered, and us answer to be lili - d to the com - J)lainanti bill of complaint in this canse, wilhia bur months from the date of this order, or in default thereof, that tbe complainants lull of complaint he token pro - confestn against him. Ard it ia 1 further ordered that a rojiy f this order be pohHshed, wifhin twenty days from the date of this order, in sue or more of Uie public newspapers printed in this stale, fur eisht weeks iuc - cessivelr, ence at lent in every wek. r? tU. ISAAC Is. KIP. Jafl 13 lawS AnUtnt Resiir. - NOTICE. . BT krlerret brtiie honorable Court of Chancery uf this itate, will be told under the Ci - rectioa ofoot sf the Masters, on the second day of February next, at It o'clock, at the Tontine Oflee Howw. in the city of New - York - All that certain irsct, piece or parcel or land, tuuave lying and being in the county of Green and Scho - narne and 10 the township 01 biisioi ana r m - hold. on the west side Of the Hudson River, he ginning at a water Ash tree marked with tbe letters and figures, 8 8. 1768. for the southwert corner of a tract of land patented to Samuel Stinger, from thence south ekhty - iis degreei, .wett twelve chani by the toutb of tract of land patented to John Moris Scott, Esquire, and others, thenre soolh fifty seven chsios and three roods, thence north fifty seven chains to the tooth line of the tract of land patented to tbe taid Samuel Stingea, thence south eighty - iix degrees, west by lite south line of the taid 6amue4 Stinget land, fifteen chaioi and three rods to the taid water Ash tree, the bound 1 first mentioned. And alto, all that certain part, tract and piece of land situ ate. I vine and heinr in tbe town of Freehold, county 01 Green, and state of New - York, and contiguous to the land above mentioned, beginning at the eait line of Samuel Scovills land, where the same Intersects the turnpike road, running thenre north one degree west ten chains - and lis - ty links to the south line of the ahove granted land, then on the tame weitward two chains nod forty links, then louth one degree east ten chains and forty linki to the turnpike, east two chains, loty - two links, containing two acres, two roods and six rods, which together with the first tract cantnins about one hundred and fifty acres, which premisei were morweed to ihomat Wiilu.mi of the city of New - York, Pilot, to secure tlie considf Mien money. Dated this 5tb day cr Ja nuary, ICI8. Jan 5 Mfi'l h Ids. IN CHANCERY. Thorn ai Williamt M. ' Farah Moniion, and Stalt offt'tw - York, i. Martin .normon. N nur.uancs of a decretal order of thii henora ble court made in the above caue. will be olj at public auction, at tlie Tontine Cofke House, in thu city of New - York, on Monday the second day of Februnrv ncit at 12 o'clock, at noon of that day, under the direction aod iUwr - intendnnce of the suhscrihei. one of Uie matters of this court All Hint certain tract, r.i"ce or parcel of land situate lying and being in the conn ty of G recti and Srhoh'arrie, and in the towmhip 01 uririm and freehold, on the west side ol 11 uu - sons River, beginning at a water Ash tree marked wun me leiterss a l iou, lorine southwest corner of a tract of land patented to Samuel Stingei, from thence loulh eighty lii deerees west twelve chains by the south of a tract ol land patented to John iviorio Scott, (.squire, and others, thence ouihbity - ievetirhnintiind three roods, thence north City - seven chains to the louth line of tlie tract of land patented to the laid Samuel Sluices, thence south eihty - sii degrees, west by the auuiu line ui uie sain irnrouei ciuiCTi i aim. 11 11 ecu chains and three rods to the laid wafer Ash tree. the boundi hnt mentioned, which said tract of land was by Deed of Release, bearing date the twenir - itathnay or September one thousand seven hundred and seventy, conveyed by Gulds - brow llanver of thecitv of Mew - York. Eiouire. to Roger Soiitli. and by the laid Roper fc'milh, on the thirteenth day of July one thousand seven hundred and seventy - five, to Thomai Griiwold, and hy the laid Thomas Griiwold to Daniel M. Hitchcock, and by the laid Daniel M. Hitch cock to John Davidson (except nevertheless out of the mid tract or pieae, cotitaiuina about leven acrei sold by the said Daniel M. fiitrhcovk. to Samuel Stovill.) Aod also, all that certain part, trarL and Piece of hind, situate. Ivins and beine in the town of Freehold County of Green, and state of New - York, and contiguous to the land above mentioned : beginning At the east l(ne of Samuel Srovill'i land, where the mme intersects the turniike mad, running thence north one degree, ivt - st ten chain nnd sixty links to the louth line 01 me aoove dracnord lan - i, thence on lame weitward twochaim and forty lioki. thence south one degree east ten chains and forty linki to tbe turnpike, east two chains forty two links. Con - raioini two acres two roodi and six rods, which togetlier with tht first tract, contains about one hundred nnd fifty acres, together with the ap - purtena'cei thereunto belonging or in nnywine nppenaiiur. uaini, new - iorx, jnn. luui, 1(118. WILLIAM SEAMAN. Jan IS Sawtdi Master in Chancery. IN CHANGKKY ITATE OF MW - TOnr, 11. N punuance of a decretal order of thii honora ble court, henrins date the lixteeolh day of O.I.I... I . - I. I . .... . II - . . I . i.iuiicr m,i, vYiii ue soiu ni punaic auruon, ai inc i onnne ionee nouse, in the city oi iew - l rn, under the direction of the subscriber, as one of the mailers of Uiii court, on H'tdnesdai the itrnilh day of January next, at twelve o'clock, at noon, all that certain lot. tract or parcel of land, situa ted in the county of Delaware, in the state ol New - York, and in Evans' Patent, and known by great lot thirty four, nnd houndod as follows: he - xinniozata stake and heap of stones near a l - rh tree, marked No. U4 and 37 ; heiiig the norlli'ant corner of lot thirty se en ; thence along the north nouno mereoi souui eighty nine degrees, west one hundred and twenty tight chains nnd ninety six linns 10 a heech tree marked .o. 3 and :il ; hcina the snutheart corner of lot f No. 33.) 1111m - her thirty three ; thenre along tlie east bounds thereof, north three degrees, enst richly one chains and twenty linki to a beech tree marked No. 31 and 34 : thence alnns the louth hounds of lot (No. 31) number thirty one, north ei"htr nine degreei, east the distance of one hundred and four chains, to a stake and heap of stones ; thence louth llurty five chain and twenty fourlinki to a beech tree marked No. 6 ; thence north eighty nine decreet, east twenty chains to Ihe vret bound or lot thirty live ; thence alonx the same nuth forty four chains nnd ninety sit links to the place of lieginning containing nine hundred and forty nine acres and three fourths ol iui acre .l land, with the appurtenances - And also, all thnt certain other lot, tract, or parcel of land, sifua ted in the county of Delaware, in the state ol Atw rorx. in r.var.i' t'atent, and known by great lot thirty seven, and ii bounded ns fol lows : Keeinninr at n hemlock tree mark ed No. 37 and 40. being the northeast cor ner of lot No. (40) numlier forty : thrnci - along the north honndi thereof, louth, eiEh ty nine degree!, west one hundred nnd thirty liiitr - rnnini and ten linKs to a beech snpling marked No. 36 & 37 : thenre north three de - xre - i, east leventy eight chinas to a Beech tree with stones round it ; thence on the sorth bound of lot thirty four north uehty nine decrees, east one hundred and thirty chmnsto a Birch tree marked thirty seven and thirty - eight s thence on the west hounds oflot thirty - eijM, south seventy - eigni cnaim 10 me piare 01 beginning, containing one thousand and twenty. four acres and one fourth of an acre of land with the appurtenant ei. r 1 .. . 1 Tv 1... a in. 11 JAMfcb A. HAMILTON, Dec 3 lawt&dti Master in Chancery. (t5 The sale of tbe above protrty ja nnstno - ned to the eighteenth day of February neat at tlie same nour and place, uaieil an. 7, 1KUI. JAillt.9 A. IIAYIII1U., Jan 7 iawti Matter in Chancery reaiury Department, 1 1th June. 1817. fL 7 NO 1'ICE is berhvrirn. thai al a iwl in? of hie Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, lield on the 14th day of March. 1817, it was de - term ned that tht provisions or the act entitled 44 An art to provide for the redemption of the public debt " pased on the 3d day of March, 181 1, should be carried into effect ai far ai the same might be practicable ; and thst, in pursu once of the said resolution, Lvode Catlin, rarh - 11 i uit wimx ui uiicouni ana deposit at New York, bus beca appointed agent, undt - r the iu prrinicnuance 01 we secretary of the treasury, to .rr " ' ui uie cnued States wiiom uie limns presenhed bv law : and to whom mi fcruroa aesirous 01 disposing of their stock win iuc a'inirauoQ WILLIAM H. CRAWFORD, Secretary of the Treasury. Office of Dicotint and Deposit, . . , , New - York, June IC, 1J7. ( Information is hereby given, that in pur suance 01 the preceding notice and authoiity.the ubwrihrr is ready to receive proposals nnd to treat with Bry person for ti purchase of Funded Debt of the United States within the limits pre - , , LYNUECATUN.Cajhier, Jcl7 dtJl VUwtf 15 CHANCERY. ?lUorNef.York. It ' IN yinrioance of an order of thii hoooraele coun, win oe 101a bi puDiic am:u'n at yv 1 tine Coffee House, in tbe city of New - York, un der the direction of the subscriber, on the twenty seventh day of November instant, at ELF.VES O'CLOCK in tbe forenoon, all that certain lot. piece or parcel of ground, situate, ffng and be. - mg in the filth ward oflherityof New - York, fronting on Laigbt - it (HUDSON SQUARt.J bound td northerly in the rear by Veitry - ttreet, eaiterly by the bouse and lot now (or late) occupied by Mrt. Murray, weiterly by a house and Rii late 01 ironara Lispenaro, deceased ; containing in breadth, in front, and rear 31 feet 6 inches, and in depth on each tide 175 feet. Snid nremiiel brine held under and. bv virtue of a certain demise from the rector and inhabitants of the city of New - York in communion of tbe fro testant Episcopal Church in tbe itate of New York, for tbe tirm.of ninety - nine yean from the Sotti day of March, 1005 ; lubject to the yearly rent ol $ 15, and to tlie provisoes, covenants and tgreementi contained in taid leaie : together with the hereditament! and appurtenances 10 the same belonging or in anywise appertaining uaied Nov. 4, Ion. THOMAS BOLTON, Master in Chancery, The terms of sale, which will be liberal, may oe vnnwn Dy enquiring at uie omceoi me mas ter, ISO. 41 rine - slreet. nov 4 oawtl&tiifcdti The lale of the above property ii poitponed to me zutn day 01 January next, aitne lame nour and place, uated snv. ztn, 101 1. 1 nuDIAS DULIV.l! Master in Chancery nov 97 lawtJSOdtdi Tbe above lale ii further postponed to the 13th day of February next, at the lame hour and place. Jan. 2U, 1818. JanS9dtdi Matter in Chancery TO BE SOLD. THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE PkOPER TY, BELONGING TO THE ESTATE OF THE LATE DR. THOMAS JONES rri it 1 1 .t : . .... in thepoiesin of Mrs. Marernret Jones, known at number 343 Broadway. U11117 3d feet 8 incites in width in front, and 32 feet 6 inches in the rear, and 140 feet iu depth ; together with the brick itable, nnd lot on which it standi, in tbe rear of Ihe dwelling house, beiux about 27 feet square and the undivided half ol a lot fronting on leonard rtreet, being ?5 feet wide on Leonard - street, nnd 63 feet 10 in hei in depth ; which undivided lot is held in common between William Di nninr, Esq. and the owner! of the iiroiiertv now nnrreti lor raie, ana is intended lor a passage way 10 ineiriiauiei ana yarns. The above property is situated in the most eli gible part of the city, and is, in every part, io the heat rrpair and molt complete order. 1 hree Lots of Ground, situated at the corner of Broad was and Warren - street; htiiie Known on Uie roup ol the Inndi belnneint; to Trinity Church ai Not. 415,416 - and 417, and contain, together, 75 leet in breadth on broad - way, and in the rear 87 feet 6 incVei on Warren - street, and 89 fee 9 inches on the northerly tide. These lots, with the builuinea thereon, are now under lease to various tenanti, fortcirai which will expire on the lit May, 1820, and at such rents as amount, in the whole, to an nually, beiidei all taxci. These three lots will be sold in one parcel, and tuhiecl to the unexui - red leases. A Dwelling House and Lot of Groind. known ai No. 147 Water - streeL between Pine - itreet and tlie Fly Market, bein 22 feet 10 inrhei in width in front, and 21 feet 7 incliis in (lie rear, and 100 fret 10 inches in length. This houst nnd lot it under lease for a term ending 1st May, 1819, at the annual rent of 550 dollars and all trtxes. A Dwelling House and Lot of Ground, known ai No. 14.5 Water - street, adloininn the last above being 18 fiet 4 im hei on VVater - slrret, 17 feet in the rear, and 84 feet 4 inchei in length. 1 hit houie and lot are under lease fur a term nding 1st May, 1819, at the annual rent of 250 aonari and nil taxea. A LOT OK GROUND, fronting the Broadway just above Jom - l - strerf. and next but one adjoining the property ol Mr. jriarf in Hoffman : nnd the lot fronting on Merccr - itreet, in the rear of the Broadway lot. These two lota will lie sold, togi - thr r, and are 15 leet u inchet wide and 200 feet deep. A LOT OF LAND, known ai number 645 Bayard'i farm, fronting on Ryndert - itreet, nnd running from that street to Orange itrcet s beirg in width on Ryndemlreet 26 feet, and on Orarge treet 25 let 6 in - lies, and in length on the n rth - erly side 145 feet 6 inches, and 00 the southerly ids 151 f ei 3 inchei. jiU the abort tnmlienri property it held in fee tmple. 'J he fallowing 11 htht under Sit ate from Columbia College, 54 yean of which leatt wai i'qT)iirrd on ii September latt. A Dwelling House and Lot of Ground, known as No. 217 Greenwich street, now iii,. r lease for the annual rent of 250 dollars and ail fiiie ; lease expire! 1st May, 1821. rja, A Dwelling Honse and Lot of Ground, known as No. 215 Greenwich - street, now under lene for the yearly rent of 350 dollar! and all taxei ; lease expire! lit May, 1U21. lyjjl A Dwelling House and Lot of Ground, inijl at the corner A Greenwich street and Bar - clav street, under lease for 450 dollars and taxes; leme expires 1st May, 1221. rtjjl Two Dwelling Houses and Lott of Viflii Ground, known at No. 69 and 71 Barclay strret, now under lease lor 600 dollart annual! andalllnxett leaae eipirei 1st May, 18il. These two housci being leased together, will be sold together. A Dwelline Home and Lot of Ground, known at No". 67 Barclay street. "now uo dui it ase lor the annunl rent of 90 dollars and taxrs ; lease expires May 1st, 1819 fjsj. A Dwelling House and Lot of Ground, aim snown as No. 65 Barclay street, now under lease for the yearly rent of 90 dollart and tlie taxes; leaae expires May 1st, 1819. This leasehold property cannot conveniently bedfcicribed within the limits of an advertisement, but the size and extent of each lot may be particularly seen on a map thereof, at the office of ... j ....... .nr. tfw.tr.o, m nne street. The title to all thia property ii unquestionable, the greatest part of the property having been owned and osaessed by the late Dr. Jones and his representatives for more than 25 years, now last ; and for such part as has been purchased within that period Lie subscribers bold warranty deeds from the grantors. 'The house and ptrmisei first above described ii offered at private lale, and may be viewed after the fourth day of January next, any day be tweeo one and two o'clock in the alb.rnooo. If oot sold on or before the twentieth day of January next, that property, togetlier with all the rest ol tbe above mentioned property will be exposed to sale by auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, by Messrs. HONES U TOWN, on Tuesday, the tenth Jay of February next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day. The termt of sale for the house and premi - tct No 343 Broadway, will be 10 per cent on the day of tale ami one third of tlie residue 00 the first of May next at wh'xh time a deed will be executed and possession given the remaining two thirds to be paid in 2 annual payments, with interest, from the first of May, secured by a bond and mortgage on tlie premises. Terms of tale for Uie rest of the proper, ty will be 10 per cent on the day of tale, 1 - 3 of the residue on the delivery uf the deeds, which will be about 10 days after the tale, and the remaining two thirdi in 2 equal animal payments, with interest from the date of ike deeds tecured by a bond and mortgpe on the premises the purchaser are to receive the rents of such parts of the property as are tinder lease trom the 1st otrebruarv next. For all other information and pai ticularly in relation to the title of all the above property, applv to D. S. JONES, esq. at his Office 44 Pine - sirect, where the title deeds, aod maps 01 uie property may De teen. MARGARET JONES,) MALTBY GELSTON, J Diec'rs MARY GELSTON. , : dec 33 mlidt I PATENT ELASTIC RAZOR STROPS. I f sf KORGF (iiXIjEui lately Irotu Loudon, J( ouce more addrestes the public, thanks them for past favors, and oncav more vinturei to wmmmarul hu atmtM ai on of the OJOSt COfort - vivmv Mnlrinnivi lhat ever blest the Chin of man. 1 U will inatruct an v self - ihavinr rentla an in tbe ass of it, and when once possessed of the secret and a box of com position, nt may say with the roet of nature, " To shave to sleep perchance to dream while in tbe Operation and who would bear the twram aua a on oi uar - ber base ; who would grunt and sweat under a loathome beard, or a dull raror uie,' when lie might his quietus make with a simple Saundrr't strop?" Come then to hi manufactory at the coraer of Reed - street and Broadway, and Uitre yau will find the subscriber always ready to receive the commands of his customers. dec 5 tf WHKATON'S irt:il OINTMENT. THE long and successful use of this ointment is a sufficient recommendation, ni it has been found to be a pleasant, safe and certain te - medy fi r that disagreeable disease in all its stage!. It is for tale in Ihe city of New - YorL, I y 3. A.ti W. R. Post. No 41 William - street; I. : T. Clark, No. fia Maiden - Lane ; H. II SchiefTrlin U Co. No. 193 Piarl strtet ; Ijiw rence Lhp. No. 105 Pearl - street ; Hell t Bowne, 146 Pearl - street ; It. 4c L. Murray, 3IJ Pearl - street : J. M. Bradhurst, 314 Pearl - street ; John Penford, No. 4 Fletcher - street; Dtiryee K Pne, in Pearl - street; Jhn C. Morrison, 188 Greenwich street; John P. Fisher. 106 Broad wbv Wnffpr Al Scumnn. corner oChamher - st. and Broadway, and aNo inChatham - itreet ; and in ihort it may be procured at moM of ihe Drug Storei in this ciy Also in Philadelphia, of S. Withered A Hons : Georirr Hartell . North il Ro sen, and almost al the druggiiti in the principal towni in the United Mates. I.tKRWIIK. WM EATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS rosy be had at the above places. jnn dm THK LAST NOTILK. To those who are owins arrears of tnxes, to the corporation of the city aud county ol New York : (tZr Thetimt limited for the payment thereof expired on the 1st inst. and I am now engagea in making a return of such t,rrp''ty remains deKnouent, preparatory to the advertisement and ale ihereoi tor iie payment oi saia iaar, unu such other sums as may be required to meet the expensci of mch lale, which will take place when completed. I am directed to receive all arrears which may be offered, nnor to the comp etion ol tlie ahove named return and will attend at this office d.ii ly from 10 to 2 o'clock, until thit period. T. W. GILBERT. Collector. Collector'! Office, No. 2 City Hall, January lo, luiu. ) Jan 16 1m TlI E.MOIRS ti REMAINS of the lale Kevd. ITX Charles Burlc.containinzcopinu? extracts from I lis diary and interesting letters to his friends, interspersed with various observauoui explanatory and illustrative of bit character and works, bv JtOin Styles, 1). D. 1 vol. price CI 2 Ju;t received and for tale by W. B. GILLEY, Jan 29 . 'Jt troadwav. S acknowletlged by medical writers to be a complaint of stubborn kind, and at all timet very difficult of cure. This is sufficiently illus t rated in the disappointment of thoe who unfor - nntely suffer under it, as they, for the most part, r. .1 . i. . r. I. - .. j n (.,' unu iiibl oner tin line iiirn iiiauj iiiiii, w ,111.,: or no purpose, they are at last obliged to uie (for perhaps tlie remainder of life) such articles ns can at best but palliate the disease. Under such circumstance!, any medicine capable of remo ving the complaint, must surely be an article higjily deterring the. attention of nil thoae wh. are afflicted with it ; surha combination is to tie met with in Dr. MK.ilPS sUf'l 1 llY&h.' - TIC or STOMACH FILLS the success i f which has never vet bron equalled, for the rur of dyspepsia in id molt complicated form, such as lns of appetite, nansea, heart burn, flutiilen - cy. knawing pain in the stomach pain in the side, great rostivenesr, pnlenesi in the rounte - nnnre, languor, lownes.' of spirits, pain in the head, virtigo orgidtrinesa, and disturbed sleep w rjoever apphrs these pun in if ntiove nuense, according to the directions, will never be disup - D - iiiteil, as they have never been once known to fail in producing a radical nnd permanent cure i . r i i ll 1. . l . I lie useni a single no win convince ine diiiii unbelieviris of their cfTicacy. Ti ry will m ist efft - ctually remove all sourness of the stomach, not merely by neutralising the acid, hut hy correcting that morbid state ci the secretions which gives nse to il, end at the same time will re store to the debilitated organs of digestion, that tone and vigour which is absolutely necessary to tlie well being of the animal economy. To be had at Brook ti Carle's, Pearl ifreet, at J. C. Morrison'', Greenwii h - itreet, and at Hull A Bowno't 146 Pearl - street, where drug gists and country dealers will be served on libe ral leims. (J3 Price one dollar per box. d.r 24 6w 'i ANNhKY FOK WALK. rPO be sold nt public auction, on Wednesday, .1 the llllh day of February next, in the area of the Exchange Coffee Hnuse, in the town ol uoston, at iz o'clock at noon, All the real estate belonrinr to the Hamoshicp Leather Manufactory, situate in the town of Northampton, in tbe state ol Massachusetts. I he estate will be sold in four wis, vi : Lot No. 1, containing about 31 ncaei of land. near the centre of the town of Northampton, on wAich is erected all those extensive and valuable building, lately occupied hy the corporation for tannine of leather, with n' - nut 300 vnts, tome of which are very large end part of them under cover, in winch leather may be Handled timing Uie winter t it u presumed there is not in the state so extensive and valuable an establishment for carrying on the tannine business as thia. A particular description of the buildings and pri - nledges would take up too much room for an advertisement. Lot No, 2 contains about 3 acres, situate en the north side ol tbe county road, directlv oppo site to lot No. 1, on which are two dwelline houses, with convenient out buildings, is on high ground, and considered a very delightful situation. Lot No 3, containing about four acreioflaod, lituate on the easterly side of Mill River, about two nnies irora the meeting house in Northampton, with a valuable mill privilege and buildings thereon. Lot No. 4 contains about one acre of land, on wine hi erected a hark mill and hark sheds, situate near Edward's tavi rn, about 6 milei Irom Northampton, on the Albany rotd. Any tersoii having an inclination to purchase all or any part of the foregoing property, are invited to examine it. The corporation pledge themselves lo sell to the highest bidder, being determined to close their concerns. Any information respecting the estates may be obtained on application to JOSIAH DW1GHT, Esquire, at iiuniiampiun, or EBENEZER FRANCIS, jan 14 India - street, Boton. IJOAKD1.NG. TWO gentlemen, or a imall family, can be accommodated with pleasant separate bed rooms, at 177 Pearl - street, a lew rods north of ine L.onee House. Jan 21 101 - - - - " - - "nr LEE'S ITCH Ofvr.ifiPA - r WARRANTED an iofillille remedy at one application, may be used with perfect afetyon infwti a week old, not containing an article ol mercury, or any danrerous ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with IhM Mfon. sivesniell which attends tlie application of other vmruir. j ne anove tneuicioct are prparrd and sold at LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 46 Mi.lcn - Lane, and sold by S. CARLE, cornet of Fultou mid Water - streets. Certified cates of cure may be teen at place ofsale. r Droggi - fj and country itore - kcrpcra npplicd v. mi i - ioi icilllh JQ 23 FOST CHAISE LINC I I I law aaaa - 1 v n H P ll I I. A D E L rl I " 'iVp I - O - JT CHAISE, with every convenience 1 m'hi t rt nr in onmsifi Io the Mail Coach, with superior arcomiii - itioni for rs - si - nger. and their haesage, trill Irjw the nl i. every day (Sunday excepted) '", P' I o'clock P. M. will proYeed Lcfr.re IheMail.and not subject lo the inconvenience Ol ttopping .J i..... jiiv.,,. nn ihe mad. but every 1 " nmtful. H for Ihe traveller, and arrive s - tne bour before the Mail at Philadel phia. Fare 7 dollart. rrr All goods and baggage at the ritque of the owner, .i , JOHN N.Cl'MMINO, Newark, tniiv r.i'i.icK At SONS. Princeton ' KTivt - riiv v HOVVF.LL. Philadefphia. v ll rnrt.,itrnttaanvvartofthe Iwitid Stale,, lii L. B AKER A CO. Jan 28 tf POSTTOU.ll I.I.NMOH rnlLAUr.LrtJlA BY WAT Or POWLK8 - MOOK IXPORTAUT TO rA6SEKCEtS. No connection with the post chaise line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPOSITION REVIVED. . ANEW Line of Post Coachei with every convenience for paengeri and hajrgage, on Spring! TUItOUGH l.i u.r. The Post Coach will start from the Conch office, old No. 1 Courtland - street, N. York, every moruing, Sundays excepted, at l - 2paM6o'clock, by way of Neivaik, Ncw - Bmniwick, Princeton, Trenton and Bristol, aod arrive at Philadelphia the lame evening. ' Jne iS.'eam voat i,int i.ii'i'Biui, start from New - York every mornina (Min - dayi excepted) at 10 o'clock, in thebteara Boat Atalanta, I'mm the north lide of the Battery, lodge at Kir.gston, nnd arrive in I'hiiadeipiua nextdaytotliiie ' United Stales Mail Coarh, with a guard, with eVery convenienc e u r pain ngeri and baggage, onjprinjjs. il.e I'. S. mail cunc'jwill ittrt Inn the coach office, old No. 1 Couitlandt - strwt, New York, every day ai X o'clock, r. it. nnn arrive at Philadelphia next nn ruing at 6 o'clock Only b passengerr atfmitted. For seats in tlx aboennmrd Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old esta..liibed Ccach, Stage and Steam Boat office, tit the old No. 1 Courtliindt - stieet, the second office Irom Broadway, New York ;to ISAAC BROWN, No. I WnihiiiKtoiinfrti t; or to A. T. GOODRICH U CO No - 124 Broadway, corner ol Ce dar afreet, New - ii.rk. ftT - AII ciikIs and baeeaee at the risk ol the i, nils and hnggnge at flif JOSI PH LiON. iON: owner. JUSr ll I. I UN, MJ.T15 : a. i N B Expresses sent to any part of the Cm t,by THOAlAs WHITFIELD tinent. Jan 22 U. S. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, WITH A GUARD. fCT - The public are assured that thia line is equui to any in the V. S. for Ihe convenience and comfort m ine traveler. With tlie addition of the guard, the paiseruer may rest leciira os to tin naggage unu per iohk.1 salt - ty the roach ne ver being It - ft whilst changing at the post offices, without a person on the box. I he way u.ail Is put in separate Dagt and changed in the Euro - jiean at vie. The U 8. Mtril Coach will start from the coach cmce, Old .'vo. l Lotirtland - st.vot, New xora every day at X o'clock P. M. and arrive at i nnaoeipnia next morning at 6 o'clock : only 6 . i ....... . .... i - I'a3 - cu,ti5 nuiiiiiitu in inn coprn. Forseatsapply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old Coarh and Stage Orlico, old No 1, eecond office from Broadway in Courtlindt - street, or to A. T. GOODRICH ii Co. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, New - York. N. B. All guodi and biggage at the risk of uie owners. J. LYON & SONS. Powlet Hook. WILLIAM GULICK ti CO. Kingaton. CHESTER BAILEY, Philadelphia. Expresiei lent to nny part oi tho Continent bv JtngO THOS. WHITHELI). OW) COI IKsOF WRIGHT HAWKIsC ATREAI ISE on, That being Born Again, without which no man can he laved ; bv pamuci rigni. u. U. : to which hh.h i.:. Communicaiit'i Spiritual Companion, or an rvan - Riiimi iin - mraii,in mr uie lord's Supper, hy the Kevd. Thomas Haweii. " 600copiei of thii work in iirc - i. - , ur ny uie tingle one, bound, for sale bv 1 '1J 1 n .. n.. s Circulating Library, 138 Fulton itreet. Jan IS Im Dl. l Avh, Juur. hawng man ttrr - nst Uitnls . with a rese:table houe io Madeira, to be - iimiueo wiui a proportion oi ihe wines of tbe Pa - mliei ofSt. Antonio Br,d Cama de Lobes, (uni - versally acknowledgod to produce the best Ma - deira in the Island) has opened a wine store, Rt No. 40 V ilham - street, whf re he will receive orders for this wine, from gentlemen wishing to lay up a stock for their own use ; and (by the agree - mi nt with the house in Madeira) if (he wine, on arrival, he not approved hy D. i Jr. it is not to D.L. Jr. has taken great pains to procure VF1" T0"' Pac"n he United Statts and the West Indie,, the best Mnd - ira, that waa to be ,.,. ., - , IU ,r wnoa, ana old bottled wine, of .j r.,,,,, HUa,y, lrom pnvate stocks, which he now offers lor sale. He will con.tantly keen Ml imriln,ni,riii,..l.lil i..! . 1 r hquoaj, selected with care by himself, and will IviPniT - i rn ' cannot W.ARRA.T PURE - - - . - s jan IU - a iu b mm tresis' ISisA.vn t - UHSlZF I and contams about 115 arret of land of thV hest quality, witn a good dwelling h,lfe, 5a , uenauine ist .viay.orear her. if remnroH Mn. r,i. - . s'im may remain on bond and moitgage, fora number of yeari. For further particular! e....,,?,. 7," i . . i.i w. iiiv .iiiri'n - i... n . . r '" - "l va v ADAMS k BLACKWELf. Jan 22 175 Pearl - street. F - ?7XVZin' hyE. VALEN .V i r . """""way, (Ai door htljW nr. street) Journa of the nm . nnt bassv n fi.in, , " ", ,"e e cm - Uiepublictaol age to and from China, intersuersewiii, m ration, on the face f Nhe cZ rv, the "t'l" moral chsiracter, and mann. - r, of I? ( ', ' ion, illu - trated by a huge map ; ,,, n price W "0n" f M - embassy, J Tnt Jfe Letters from tlie Cspe of Good Mnr. r i to Mr. W.rto.wirJ.'exirxr1" wo.Wcomp.bng under the impTcUon'ol Clmracters of Fhak'e.prarc's Pt1v, Hail.tt. Memoir, of Dr. II nrnan"nM ', Mann.iull. II. i, " ' '"'"Sn. It, W. late A for Ptwengen nod the - hfgv i ''.f '" dHy) will leaietr P.t Chaise Offire, 118 Broadway, opposite the Cily Hotel. every day (Sun - d.fys excepted) at 7 o'clor k in the morn.nz, bv way of Newark, and arrive the s?ne day at I hi - BajaajajaaaVvtBaw ' "' ' " '" - s. 'vc.i.vwm u.p l ,!,. - ...... I5rn;n(. imain, in VisitinsandAddresiCardsergravedandprin,. Maidea - Iane. 3 V'J,,C Sl0" - . ?3 j - "J0 if A slistirnias pabLr In bow to autiiirifk h tWM - ll thinn l,oS " sH D0V7H.ORNE,forlllfri, of the city xif London. ..i member of the facnJty of pl.ysi, and mrgery there, de.ma it fc.. j tv to repeat fome observation, ca tie abuse of MERCURY. A rash, indiscriminate. mtA kfirMidi: CZa4 tive of infinite amschinf. !, sandi ere annually mercurialized out of exiitl ence. The disease we have ill view owes iu fa tal result! chiefly to thii source. " What a pity that a young man, the hopei of hii country, - Ju the darling ol'liis parents, should be snitched a - way from all the prospe. - ti aod enjoyments of life by the consequence! of one unparded moment ind hy a disease not in its own nature fatal, ajij wlik'bonly proves to from neglect or improper treatment." A gcotlemar. (late Dr. Wt !Z, tint) now perfectly liearty and well, had beft under physiriani of grrtei'dl practice, six years, tnd repeatedly salivatv d ; when recommended U Dr. H. (by a gontleman of thii city) hi! honei were carious, nod hii flcah dropping from them t his friends declared he rould not possibly surviv, two months longer. Thousands expenmcntall know vtrlli what ease and irvfetyJJr. 11. eradi catei tlie severcil cases, and coulirmi tlie coniti - tution. The Dortor'i Plan (advertising) i tt. cessnry to guard the public against the abuse of mercury, and otlier fatal delusions, held forth. Persons, therefore, having , contracJcd a prj. vote disorder, or suspecting latent poison, bra admonished oot to tamper wn their constitution, or conceal the disorder, till put recove - ry ; others harlug the remains of an old cat or other impuritiei of tlie blood, etwcilaioth' er complaints of 'a delicate nature, ia cither sex. should remember posterity, and do futticss to their contriences, by making application to Dr. II. at hit old and respectable establishment No. 64 Water - itreet, four bouses west of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt assistance a. lone caU - ulated lo prevent disclosure. And here let im claim your teriout attention Rimcmbir a superficial cure is no cure at all ; ttuleai the ha linessii radically done, you will certainly hart (he disorder break out again with redoubled ma lignity, at tome future period ; perhaps then will be too late for remedy. Dont you often meet ia ' (hp itreets miserable, mutilated beints. wilhnna even a bit of note on their face? Take warning I l.f f r - 1. run I r. IPs. character for skill and stubborn integrity being universally known in this city, sines 1804, guarantee to patients that delicacy and se - crery hitherto unknown, and having confined hii practice foryean past, exclusively to tlie cure nt dif easei of the blood system, they nin v lafel - !. culate on Ihe most decided advantage! in consulting Dr. 11. Gleets eradicated in tw or three weeks. - Stricture! rrmored withou' bnneiet or anv rih. er instrument ; nnd all debilities: likewise all old ulcerations? fistula's lit; A plurality of ollicei are pronded, and to lift - ated that pat ients are not exposed to each other's i'iti Mii'iii. jn - u un unu past v in uie evening. All personi concerned are invited to ho fr .1 t ailing, and awaking with Dr. H. which i tree oirost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid tha ' expression of gratitude for innumerable. mendatloni, nnd for Ihe derided preference fit ii presumed with just cause) long eiven him h. . judicioui public. ' in. . ah leiterimuil be pott paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 87 U Xt.tlULK ttLsil ht.Rk Ault LXxtuTi. TIOJY. l"'t. EVANS' superior .An,?U.od of curing a certain Disease, is now univer - ally acknowledgsd in thia city ; hit mode ol treatment is perfectly mild. ami.. . i - i iuuous. ana nit cfiaxget reasonable. In aPVaaxf jlstance lie warranta m S55i ,JwX"i:;I,d w'!' he pay ifhe tLtitocontnitt. J he nricteit secrecy awaT, observed. ' There are many persons id (his city and ita vicinity, laboring under various chronic diseases, such as cancers, old inveterate ulcera, scrofula or king! evil, tistulaa, diseaaet of thsvasethra, bladder nnd kidniea, oM con pficated eoonAint! of a certain nature, bilioui and other obatruo lion, rheumatism, Ac which they consider iocs table, tly can certainly be cured (in general) by applying at Dr. E VANS'S Medical Store, No. 9, Perk - shn, having practised in cxtebsivt hospitals in Europe 1 2 years, under tome of the first Surgeons and Physicians in the world, and made those cbltinate diseases hia mn.i.i L...j - for 30 years. wi7 ..Op - WHEATOS DA - VI3, Fancy Chair Manufacturers, No. 153 Fulton - strect. opposite St. Fault Church, offer for sale, wholesale and retail, large and elegant assortment of Curld Maple, plain painted and ornamented in gold fc bronre, Bamboo. Plain and Gilt Bails, Rocking, Sewing, and Converta - tion Chain. Sofni .toff Loungeea, Munc Stools, fcc. Oiders from nnv part of tlie continent executed with neatness nnd dispatch. Old Chain repaired, painted and ornamented. oct 13 !EThc subscriber having recently returned from England with an important improvement ost the artificial spring LEG, he takes this method of informing his friends and tht public, that all thosa who are so unfortunate as lo be in want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by ap - plyu.g at No. 77 Barclay - itreet, New - York. Jan 22 WM. PURVIS. . ORIENTAL POWDER, For removing luperfluoua Hairs. (Q - LIP SALVE t Cold Cream A 1 mood paste ; antique and Ks sia oil ; pomade de grata for Oiickening the hairj tooth powders : opiate for the teeth ; essences, avender, orange flower, hungarie and rose waters; pomatum in pott & rolls; fresh tonqoia beam ; rose, violet aod plain hair pow - , .... ner ! cissort ; razors pen and pocket knives ; hair and mourning pioaj ladies work and dressing cases ; gentlemen's tra - veiling rases ; for sale at the rl,rm,i n.rt.n,. and fancy manufactory of n , " DAVIE? a? CO. rt B.roaCw1aT. nenrly opposite City Hotel. Who have alio on ham!, rote, jessamine, vio let. pranse, vernacular, abysinian, honeysuckle, nples and lavender oim mi..., di - .v l tu a. TIjNGHAIRLia - SHEsIfateCir. KOTKT THnco - partnersliip herttofore exiiting be - J. tween ihe subscribers, under the firm of httrxlrutl .ilbilL m thia A,A..U.. k - na tual cor.Knt. The afTniri of the concern will be ttlert by Thornas Buckler, 153 South - ttreet New - York. 1st mo. 10. l.tm THOMAS BUCKLET, ROBT. ABBATT, jun. THOMAS TUTPirrvv y - v . . - . . - - st lift w in 1KtTD III sw JOHN LAWRENCE BUCKLET, in, cw partnership, i,e Commiiion busimas will be TTuivi.nt,1Lit.l,rr,,unt' tbe firm o THOMAS BUCKLEY k SON. i mo 14 im NEW - YORK ! rRVfTED AsVD PUBLISHED vT X1C1IAEI. WJRsYHAM k CO. No. 42 Pi IE - it a f ett.