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IN CHANCERY - IN CHANCERY. " State of New - York, m. W surwaanee of a decretal order oft hi bonora tie court, will be told at pablic auction, at the Tontine Coffee Hoase ia the city of New York, . under the direction of the rabtcriber, as one of the mattert of this conn, on Saturday, the fourteenth day of February next, at twelve o'clock ai noon, an uiai certain nonce ana lot 01 grouoo, titnate on the westerly side of Nattau - ttreet, in the third ward of the city of New - York, and koownaa number 51, bounded as follows : east - erly in front by Nassau - street, westerly in the rear by property Jjeloeging to Mr. Isaac Mead, northerly by Mr. Hodekinson's Tavern, and southerly by property ofMrt. Elisabeth Giron - - court, rootainitur in breadth in fmnt and rear .twenty five feet, in length on the northerly side one hundred and twelve feet four inrhet, and on the southerly side one hundred and ten feet ten inches, be the same more or less j together with all and singular the hereditaments and apperte - nances thereunto belonging. Dated the xJd day of January. 1818. . . RICHARD I. WELLS, Master ia Chancery. . Not Tb termt of the sale will be as fol lows : 10 ner cent on the day of sile, 15 per rent on the first day of May next, at which time a deed will be executed and possession riven ; the residue to be paid in seven years, with interest .half yearly, secured by a bond and mortgage on IM pre mite I ine noose to dc inturea ny uie .purchaser from the said first day of May until the purchase meney and interest thereon is paid, and the policy to be transferred to the mortgagee. - Tor further particulars apply at the matter's office, No. 60 Pine - street Jaoi3d3w IN CHANCERY. . llenry Eckford, w, Stale tjffftU'York, ii. Jane Weeks and others. j IN pamiaace of a decretal order of this honorable court, made in the above cause, will be sold at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee - Haote, in the city of New - York, on Monday.Jlie ninth day of February neat, at It o'clock at Boon of that day, under the direction and super - intendance of the subscriber, one of tlie masters of this court All that certain lot, piece, or parcel of ground, situate lyir , and being in the seventh ward of New - York, and part of the real estate of Ebencter Young, deceased, nod to the northward of Cherry - street, and between that and Lomhardv - street t bounded southerly partly . on ground now or late in possession of George reck, partly by a gangway of eight feet, and - jiarth by Ebeneter Young's property, now or late in the occupation of Elisha Blossom ; west - erly by Isaac Clason ; northerly hy Kbencser Youog, Junior l and easterly by John Sinclair s containing in breadth throughout fifty feet nine laches nod in length on both sides eighty nine feet i and also the right to, or privilege, of all that certain gangway of eight feet ia width, leading from Cherry - street to the ground hereby conveyed, with the absolute right of pasting and repassing at nil times through said gangway, with horses, carta, carriages, loaded and unloaded, at pleasure. And also, all that certain lot of ground, situate, lying and being in the said reventh ward of the city aforesaid, on the north side of Cherry - - street; bounded southerly in front by Cherry - street, aforesaid ; northerly in the rear by ground late of Sarah Rainbird, and formerly belonging to Ebrnezer Young, of the city aforesaid, de - ceased ; easterly by a gangway of right feet in breadth, and westerly By ground now or late of iiaac Clason i containing in length on each side one hundred feet, and in breadth, in front and rearteach twenty five feet; which twenty five feet includes the one half part of the said gangway, and alto the use and privilege of the said gangway, in common with the proprietors of the Tots of land adjoinine thereto and which said gangway is to be, nnd remain, a common gangway or passage lor the uses aforesaid ; which said lot of ground it part of the real estate where - ofthe aaid Ebeneier Young, deceased, was seized in ice at the time of his death ; ami which was given nnd devised to Sarah, the wife of John Hnbird, in ami hy the last wiil and testament of the laid Ebeneser Young, and by the said .John and Surah conveyed to William Weeks Together with all and ting'thr, the edifices, buildiug, rights, members, privilege, hereditaments aud appurtenance thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining. Dated New - York, January 9th, 1U18. WILLIAM SEAMAN, Master in Chancery. iao 9 law3w&dtds IN CHANCERY. State of Jfeie - Fori, m. IN pursuance of an order of this honorable court, will he sold at public auction at the Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New - York, under the direction of the subscriber, on the 7th day of November inst. at ELEVEN O'CLOCK in the forenoon All that certain lot, piece or parcel of ground situate lying and being in the fourth warn ofthe city of New - York, commencing 40 feet from the southwest corner of new - market - slin flate Catherine - ttreeO and Cherry - street, and running westerly along Cherry - street 40 fret, to ground now or late the property of John I loliman t thence southerly alone said ground 120 feet to Water - street; thence east erly along Water - street 40 feet, to ground now or late of boltot Moore, then northerly a long said ground ISO feet, to the place of begin' ning. Also, all that certain other lot, piece or parcel of ground, situate, lying and being in the fourth ward ofthe city of New - York, directly in the rear of the above described piece or parcel of ground, and commencing 40 feet from the southwest corner of new - market - tlip, and Water atnet, nnd running westerly along Water - street 40 (e - t, to ground of John G. Coster ; thence southerly along said ground ICO feet t South - street, thence easterly alone South - street. 40 feet to ground now or late of Boll us Moore, thence northerly along said ground 160 feet, to the place of beginning. Together with the hereditaments and appurtenances to the same, and every part and parcel thereof belonging or in anywise ap pertaining, uatea nov. 4th, inn. THOMAS BOLTON, ' Master in Chancery. The ahove will be sold in seperate jots. The terms of sale will be liberal and may be knowa dv enquiring or tne Matter, ."Mo. 4f fine - street, - wnere a map oi trie premises can De seen, nov 4 lawtlSthdts The tale of the above property is postponed to the StHth day of January next, at the same hour ana piace. uaieaaov. CTih, 181". THOMAS BOLTON, Master in Chancery. 7!v7 lawtJaniOdts The ahove sale is further postponed to the 13tb day of February next, at the same hour and place. Jan. 28, 1818. THOMAS BOLTON, Jan 89 Ms Master in Chancery. JV C JiVl AC State of A'ev - Tork, it. IN pursuance of an order of this honorable Court, bearing date the 19th day ol January instant, will lie mid at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee house in the city of New - York, on the 16tb day of February nett, at 12 o'clock at noon, under the direction of the subscrilar All the rest, residue and remainder of the term of years yet to come and unexpired of and in all that certain lot, piece or parrel of - round situate, lyir g und being in tlie Eighth ward of the city of New - York, on the easttrlv tide of Uroad - wav bounded in front by Broadway, in the rear am) on tlie northerly side by ground belonging to John Jacob Astor, and on me southerly side iy Broome treet : containing in breadtn in front and rear 2i feet, and in depOi on each side 10 - ' feet. .Together with Uie building ercted there - i on. Said premiM't being held under a uVmite from John Jacob Astor, Esq. for the term of 1 years, from October 1st. It 1 2. subject to an nn ual rent of 100 dollars. Dated January 23d, IU18. . THOMAS BOl.TO.v, Master in Chancery. The dwelling - house on the above premises lo piralioo of the term, or the leae renewed for SI years additional, nt a rent to be fixed by two persons to be chosen by tM parties, and ac in expirnuori or the secoon term, ine aweiuog - houM In be valued and paid for a aforetsid. tM pirnreiirs, enquire ol tne master, io. MlUTyr treet. Jaa lawtF9dt I v . UR Uioiuaod Gunny tiags i'rralc by CKBRA A CUMING, . 76 reoil - ttecL t - US CHANCER! NCERY. Elate of New - York. is. IN pursuance of an order of this honorable court; will be sold at public auction at the Ton - tin Coffee House, in the city of New - York, under the direction of the subscriber, on the twenty seveoth dnyofNoyembef instant, at ELE LN O'CLOCK in the forenoon, all that certain lot, nirem or nanvl of rronnd. situate, Ivine and be - wist in the filth ward ofthe city of New - York, fronting on Laight - et. (HUDSON SQUARE,) bounded northerly in the rear by Vestry - street, arlw Ki I hp hnuuanit lot imw for late) occu rred bv Mrs. Murray, westerly by a house and lot In! of lonard Lisnenard. deceased : con taining in breadth, in front, and rear 31 feet 6 inches, ana in aepio on esca siuc i ia kwu heim? held under and by virtue of a certain demise fr.ea the rector nnd inhabitants of the city of New - York in communion ot ine rro - teetant kpiscopal unurcn in ine sxaie oi new - York, for the term of oinety - nine years from the 25tn day of March, 1805 ; subject to the yearly rent ol $ 15, and to the provisoes, covenants and agreement contained in said leas : together with the hereditaments nnd appurtenances to the same belonging or ia anywise appertaining Dated Nov. 4, 1817. THOMAS BOLTON, Master in Chancery. The terms of sale, which will he liberal, way be known by enquiring at the office of the master. No. 41 Fine - street. imv 4 oawtl9th&dt The sale of the above property is postponed to the t8th day of January next, at the tame hour and plate. Dated Nov. 17th, 1817. . THOMAS BOLTON, , Master in Chancery. nov 17 lwU20dtd The above sale is further postponed to the 13th day of February next, at the same hour aud place. Jan. za, iuik - THOMA8 BOLTON, Jan 29 dlds Muster in Chancery. iS ItiAMEKY static or HEW - VOXM, SI. f N pursuance of a decretal order of this hnnora 1 hie court, brarinc date the siiteenUi day of October InsLwill be told at public auction, ut the Tontine fjouee House, in ine city oi new - torn, under the direction of the subscriber, as one of the naster of this court, on Wedaetday the tttrnth day of January next, at twelve o'clock, at noon, all that certain lot, trrt or parcel of land, situated in the county of Delaware, in the state ol New - York, audio Evans' Patent, and knowa by great lot thirty four, and bounded as follows : be - ?;inningat a stake and heap of stones near a lieec.h ree, marked No. 34 and 37 ; being the northeast corner of lot thirty seven ; thence along tlie north bound Ihereor south eignty nine aegrees, wesi one hundred and twenty eight chains and ninety six link to a beech tree marked no. j.i and J4 ; being the southeast corner of lot (No. 33,) number thirty three ; thence n long the east hounds thereof, north three decrees, east eighty one chains nnd twenty links to a beech tree marked No. 31 and 3 ; thence along tlie south bounds or lot f No. 30 number thirty one, north eighty nine degrees, east the distance of one hundred and four chains, to a stake and heap of stones ; thence south thirty five chains and twenty four links to a beech tree marked Wo. ; thence norm eignty nine degrees, east twenty chains to the west bound of lot thirty five ; thence alonir, the snm? south forty four chains and ninety six links to the place of beginning t containing nine hundred and forty nine acres and three fourths of an acre of land, with the appurtenance. And nlto, til J that certain other lot, tract, or parcel of land, situa ted in the county of Delaware, in the state ol New York, in Evans' Patent, and known by great lot thirty seven, and is bounded as fol lows : Keginnini; at a nemiock tree marked No. 37 and 40, being the northeast corner of lot No. (40) number forty ; thence along the north hounds thereof, south, eighty nine degrees, west one hundred nnd thirty - lour chains and ten links to a neccn sapnng marked No. 36 il 37 ; thence north three le - grn - s, eat seventy eight chains to a Beech tree with stones round it ; thence on the south bounds of lot thirty four north eighty nine degrees, eat one hundred and thirty chains to a Birch tree marked thirty - seven and thirty - eight ; thence on Mm west bounds of lot thirtv - eiirtit. south seventy - eight chains to the place of beginning, containing one thousand nnd twenty - lour acres and one fourth of an acre of land with the appurtenances. UJtea, uccemner 7, inn. ' jMt.a a. ii.vviiuru., Dec3 1aw4dt Master in Chancery, ftr - The sale ofthe above proiifrty is postpo ned to tlie eighteenth day of February next at the same hour and place. Mated Jan. 7, iki;i. MU A. IIAYlll.HJ.Ai, Jan 7 Sawts Master in Chancery. BY orderof Alexander fcheldon, hf quirt , firs iudseof the court of common pleas in and for the county of Montgomery, notice is hereby given to Nicholas uermne, noworiaie oi inaris - ton, in said county, an absconding debtor, & to all others whom itntav concern, thatnn anolirntion and due proot made to him the said Alexander sneidon, punuant to tne directions oi ine act oi the legislature of the it ate of New - York, entitled " nn act lor relieragainM absconding and absent debtors," pattrd March 3 Ut, 1801, ho hath di rected all the estate real and personal, within the county of Montgomery, or the said Nicholas Iter dine, to he seised; and that unU'ssthe said Nirbo las Berdine do return and discharge his debts within three months nirer this notice or such set lure, all his estate will he sold lor the pnymint and salulaclion ol his debts. MARCUS T. REYNOLDS, Attorney, dec 5 law3m For attaching creditor. IN CHANCERY. John B. Murray, i vs. State of New - York, ss Jarae T. Watson. S IN pursuance of a decretal order of this ho - nowrabte court, made in the above cause, will be sold at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New - York, under the di reetion ol the subscriber, a one ofthe matters of this court, on Tuesday the second day of Sep. lernber nest, at twelve o'clock at noon, all that tract of land joining on the town of Lowville, and Ivinx In the county ol Lewis, in the state atnre said, being part of great lot No. of Macomb's purchase, and comprises all the lots known on a - . 1 i , r .J n . , cenain plan ur mti rnauo uj ijntiii orunen mu B. White, in the year I), from Nn. IMS to 34 inclusive, eontsining together I5,iiOQ a:res of land, with the appurtenances thereto belotie ing or any wise appertaining. Dated June 30, tl7. (Copy) JAMES A HAMILTON, Jy VI lawiwdtds .Master in Chancery. The sale ol the above prupcity is postponed to the urst dayol Mav next, at the lame hour And place. Mated Jan ZZ, IK III. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jan24 1awtMyl Master in Chancery NOTICE. fty The suWribers intend to apply to the legislature of this state, at the pretent session, for an act to incorporate themseltet and their asso ciates hy the name of "The New - York Be nevolent tocicty." . - New - York, SiHUi January, iiii B. Gardenier. I J. W. Patterson John W. Forbes, I Abraham Stagg James Turk. I Samt. B. Romaine. Jau 29 I twCw IN CHANCERY. State nf JWv - York. ss. IN piiruinceof a decretal order of this honor able i - nurtoi chancery, learinr date the nine teenthc af of January, inttant, wiil he sold at pul'ln Hurtion, at the I miline Coffee House. the city of New - York, under tlie direction of the tutwrit cr, as one ot Ue matters of this court, on toe seventeenth d iy of February next, at U o'clock at n'H.n all that certain lot of ground situate in t: 8th wnr 1 of the city ot New - York and kn - mnand distinguished on a map or chart 01 cround late - l Anthonv Bowrosan. nnde hv Charles Lo, city surveyor, or hy lot number ui, niwa,:ro westrnyin Iront by fcullivan - street, easterly in the rear by ;roend now or late in the possesion of lioldrn and others, northerly hy lot No. 4I0. lately sold to Dwuarevt and Jolaisoo. and ouierly by lot No 40i now or late belone ing to the stid Anthony Bowrrwan, containing in hrea.lth in front and rear, each twenty five (cet, and ia length on each side, onehimdrrn feet, with M appurtenance. I).it - d January C6lh. IB13 . JAKU A. HAMILTON, Master in Chancery Jaa t7 - Saw3FeuKi ' IT1 " ajeaan POLICE OFFICE. Notice. All person interested, in, or claiming property, winch remain unclaimed in the Police Office, on the fifth day of January 1818, are requested to make proof iwfore tlie 20th day of February next, as the same wiil afterwards be (old and the proceeds paid into the city Treasury according to law. . JAMES WAKNER.) ... JAMES IIOPBON, ,S Special Justices. JOtlAllHEDDEN.j , - The other Printers for the Corporation will in sert the above in their repective paper once a week for ix weeks, on I accouot of the corpora - tion. - Jan 6 lawfiw EAGLE TAVERN, Jve. irARREX - STRREET, (Recently kept by James L. Hedi - nburgh) LL furnish beef - steakes, oysters, tc. at " the shortest notice'. " HOT COFFEE, with or without reluhet, is kept constantly in readiness. 1 ' Jan 7 eodlm B. CARPENTER. By authority of the otattt vfAew - Jerirji end vVir - For. THE MILFORD fc OWEGO ROAD LOTTERY, for larilitating the intercourse between the western parts of the State ol New - York and the City of New - Yerk, through tlie State of Pennsylvania and New - Jersey. SCHEME, 1 prize of 70,0K) DOLLARS 1 35,000 DOLLARS 10,000 DOLLARS 5,01)0 DOLLARS 1,000 DOLLARS 500 DOLLARS ftO DOLLARS 30 DOLLARS 2 10 SO O 110 320(1 &36 Ft&s not two Clanks to a Prize nf.OOO Ticket - Part ol the Prizes will be determined as follows : First 1000 Blanks, Thirty Dollnrs each. First drawn No. 1st day, will he entitled to 500 11 KM) 600 5000 500 10000 600 10(fl 5H0 36000 500 loot) 500 70000 5011 1000 500 1000 500 This Lottery will commence drawing at the city of Jersey, on the first Tuesday in May next. and win lie conipi - iea in twemy arawmi. i ne prises will be puid at .the Union Bank, in the ci ty of New York, sixty days after the drawing will be finished, subject to a deduction of I j per cent. CHAS. KIXSEY,) D STUART, Conaroisiioner JNO. LINN. S Ticket 30 dollars each. Adventurers and Dealer can be supplied on pnlioation to ISAAC G.OGIiEN, Jan 20 end tf 48 W'all - Mreet FOR THE LADIKa. iHE RESTORATIVE POWDER FOR THE TEETH AN IJ GUMt - rThi ex cellent preparation comfort and srenthen the gums, preserves the enttmel from decay, antl leantet and whitens the teem, absorbing all that accrinionious slime and foulness, which, sul - I. - red to accumulate, never tails to injure, and fi nally ruin them. lilt, IJAiMASN 1.1 r BAI.Vt.. Is recommended, (particularly to the Ladies) as an elegant tind pleasant preparation for chapped and sore lips, and every blrmith nr.d inconvenience occasioned by colds, fevers, Sic. speedily restoring a beautiful rosy color, and delicate softness to the lips , THE GENUINE PERSIAN LOTION, So celebrated anions the fashionable through out Europe, is an invaluable cometic and per - isctiy - tanocent and sate, tree from corrosive and repellent minerals, (the basis of other lotions) and of unparalleled efficacy in preventing and re moving blemishes in the lace and skin ol every kind, particularly freckles, pimples, scurfs, tet ters. nnr worms, sun barns, Sic. rendering tlie skin delicately soft and clear ; improving the complexion and restoring the bloom of youth. Hamilton Essence and extract or Mustard, for Kheuumtiim, Lumbago, Palsy, &c. Hamilton's celebrated Miser, lor coughs, coldi, nMhnias and Consumption. Hamilton's worm destroying Liozenge Halm's Anti - Uilious Pills Hamilton's Grand hestorative, for nervous dis eases, ate. being peculiarly adapted to Female complaints. bold at Ltio Medicine - store, no. 4t.viaiaen - lane. Druggists and country store - keepers supplied on liberal terms. Certified cases of cure may be seen nt the place oftiile. Jan 9 eod IKOiS, 1'ALLOW. fee. FIFTY tons (uehffinew table Iron, Russia Yellow Gaodle Tallow Duck, while aud brown Sheeting, for sale by HOYT & TOM, Jan Jr eod iw n souin - sireat. WKI tXM'IKSOF WRIGH'P 4 HAWEIS. t TREATISE nn. That bcinz Born Aeain. . without which no man can be saved; by Snmuel Wricbt, D. D. ; to which is added, the Communicant's spiritual Companion, or an evan gelical preparation for tlie Lord's Supper, by the itevd. I nomas iiaweit. otiucopies oi mis work in sheets, or by tlie single one, bound, for sale by Circulating Library, 138 Fulton - street. Jan 15 1m ' .lutcntlt .uoAj, 1j tun 1(4 Maui, He. TV HE ub rilrr has still on hand, a general JL and pleasing aisortmcnt of hooks for youth, distectetl pnnti, maps, and cards ot amusement. lor sale, wholesale or retail, at his store, no. 2 William - street. Purchasers of particular books, tic. will do well to apply early, as the number of some are low. Jan 26 2w THOMAS DARTON. BLACK BOY. FIFTEEN year time of a stout healthy black boy for sale. He is 13 years old. Apply at 855 r earl - street. Jan 3 1 if SWINE. T AN TED to purchase, a number ol Swine, y suitable to put on a larm. Wanted to take to winter, a number of horses, on a farm, distancenot exceeding 14 mile from this city, where there will be the best attendance, and they shall he kept in as good order as when taken, at 5 50 per month (accidents excepted.) Apply at No 515 t'eatl - stieet, before 10 o'clock in the morning, and after 3 in the afternoon. Jan 31 31 PIANO FORTE FOR bALE. NEW and fashionable instrument, made by one of tlie best London manufacturer, and in complete order, will be sold cheap, a the owner withe to leave tlie city. Enquire at 32 cedar - street, comer oi broadway. Jan 31 MO.VTOOMEHVS POEMS. T" HHday received by T. J. SWORDS. 160 Pearl - street, handsomely printed in two volumes, 24nio. price two dollars, a new and complete Minion oi uie works ot james montgo - roery, including several intmi, now first puhlith - ed ; together with a sketch of his life. To which are added some occasional piece by another pen. Jan 29 f UST puhlihed, a new Map of the state of In. J diana, by the Hon. C. Harrison, to which is added, tlie purveys of the Illinois territory, by ten. Maninekf, price x aniiar. r or sale ny PRIOR t PUNNING, No. Ill Water - 'eet. A few copies of Sheltoa and Rentitt's large Mnp of the United Slates, mounted and varnished, or folded in a rase ; price 15 dollars, to be nad a above. jan 31 n do 3d do do 3d d do 4th do do 5th do do 6th do do 7th ' do do. 8th do do Oth do do Kill) do do 11th do do 12th do do 13th do do 14th do do 1 5th do do . 1 nth do do 17th do do lKth do do 10th do do 20th do PATENT ELASTIC tlAZOtl STROPS. 1 frt rLr cafcnrRQ Utvlv fnm Londotl 1 IjUliVfu niivi v j - l,lrmwM the public, thanks them for past favors, and one more venture to of the most comfort - iving contrivances that ever blest the cUn ol man. He will internet any seu - Miavwi; gm.v : ika nu nt it. and when once possessed ol the secret and a box of composition, he may say ia rn a .Iu. with the poet or nature, i o suave w .i,inM tn Hram while in the operation i . ... .. . ri... and who would bear tne iweaai siw t" her bate; who would grunt ana sweat unoer s uii. nr Hull razor use. when In might his quietus make with a timple Saundor'f itrop?" Come then to his manufactory at Uie corner oT Reed - street and uroauway, bdu mere yu will find the subscriber always ready to receive Die commands of his customer. dcc5 tf lAuc i - rivtu l'I'I'll fllMTMKNT. THE long and successful use of this ointment is a sufficient recommendation, ns it has k. r....J I.. . nLnannl tttll CerlBin mcdy for that disagreeable disease in nil its sta - 3. A. U W. R. Pott. No 41 William - street; I. ft T. Clark, No. 1'5 Maiden - l.ane ; n. t - renee & Keesc, No. 195 Pearl - street ; Hnll a mx T a . D a I Hurras 1 1 . i m iirarii.ur.1 Ai l I carl - Btret't ; Jolin I'enford, No. 4 Flttcher - strei - t ; Duryee K .. .. .If 1 ......n 1 ftli roe, in rearl - street; j 'tin . mumw", Greenwich street; John P. Fisher, 106 Broadway s Walter U Seaman, corner of Chaiulier - t. nnd Urnadway, and alto int.natnam - in - ei in thnrt it may be procuivd ol mott of the Drug riuir, in una I i v nir.j , i. - i - .. , - - Withercll & Sons ; George Hanell , North Si Rn cers, and almost a'l the druggists in tlie principal . . i . , r . . ... I u ...... - iuwds ill uie juncii cum s. MKEWISF, ivhfatd's JAUNDICE BITTF.R may be had at the ahove places. jan 22 6in THE LAST NOTICE, To those who arc owiog arrears ol taxes ' the . : .. , 1 .. .. . I m..l n 1 1 r 1 1 v f Mpw. iork: ineiirae nmiieu nr tne .,jn,. ii. .m CXIHiru UU .IIG III... a . - - - .. - - r - - 1 . a .. . . . . ... n . in iiiBking a return oi tucn iri.riij icuo,,,. - delinquent, preparatory to the advertisement anil tale thereof for the payment of said Taxes, and Mich other sums as may be required to meet the expenses of such sale, which will take place when completed. I nm directed to receive all arrears winch may he offered, prior to the completion of (he above - named return and will att?nd at this office daily from 10 to 2 o'clock, until that period. Collector' Office, No. 2 City Hall, 1 ... 1C 1Q1U I January 15, 1818. Jan 16 1m COHPOhATlOS FKUPEiint. 'yO I sold at public auction on Friday the I 20th February, 1818, at the City Hall, 12 o'clock, Hie highly valuable I AKOT now occupieo ny Mr. William A. Hardenbrook. about 5 miles from the city, containing together neatly filty a - crcs of land. It will he sold in lot from 5 to 10 arret each, situntt d on the 6th, 7th, 8th. Oth, & 10th avenues ; on the hitter stand the dwelling houte and out buildings, but a short distance mm the Iludtnn River. This property ii worthy the attention of those ho wish to iiouetthandeome country seets ; as its contiguity to the city, commanding views ol' the Huds n. retired situation, and choice quality of some ofthe ground, ti.getlier with nn ample supply of wood, render it one ofthe most desira ble ol - iectt oi purrnaie. A niap ofthe premises may be seen, and fur ther particulars known, at the Comptrollers Ol fire, City Hall. Jan 6 dt TANr.KY FOR PALE. rpO he sold at public auction on Wednesday. A the 18th day of February next, in (he area ofthe Exchange Collie Houte, in the town oi LioMoo, at 12 o'cloc k at noon, All the real estate belonging to the Hampshice Leather Manufactory, situate in the town oi Northampton, in the state of Massachusetts! Theestate will be sold in four lots, viz : Lot No. 1. containins about 31 ac.aes ot land. near the .centre of the town of Northampton, on whu b it erected ul tnose extentive aud valuable buildings, lately occupied hy the corporation Air tannins of leather, with about 300 vats, some of which are veiy large end part of the - oi under cover, in which lenllier niav be handled during Uie winter ; it is presumed there is not infiie ttnteso extensive and valuable an esiani:tun;ni for carrying on the tanning businesr as thifc. A particular description of tlie buildings and pri - vilcdee would lake up too much room for un advertiteroent. Lot No, 2 contains about 3 acres, situate on the north side ol tlie county road, directly nppo. site to lot No. 1. on which are two dwellme hou sei, with convenient out buildings, i on high grouna, ana consiuercu a very ueugiuiui situation. Lot No. 3, containing about four acre of land, situate on the easterly side of Mill River, about twomile from the meei ing house in Northamp ton, with a valuable mill privilege and buildings thereon. Lot No. 4 contains about one acre of land, on which is erected a hark mill and bark sheds, si tuate near Edwad's tav - rn, about 6 miles Irom Northampton, on the Albany road, i Any ertoii having an inclination to purchase all or any part of the foregoing property, are invited to examine it. The corporation pledge themselves to sell to the highest bidder, being determined to close their concerns. Any information respecting the estates may be obtained on application iu iirgiau uniuni( inquire, hi Northampton, or EBENEZER FRANCIS, jan 14 India - street, Boston D LYNCH, Junr. having made arriiiiKementt . with a respectable hou - e in Madeira, to he supplied with a proportion ol the wine or the l a rishetol'St. Antonio and Cnma de Lohos. funi versally acknowledged to produce the lest Madeira in the Island) has opened a wine store, at No. 40 William - street, where he will receive orders for this wine, from gentlemen wishing lolay up a tck for their own use ; and f hy the aeree mentwith the house in Madeira) if the wine, on arrival, be not approved by D. L. Jr. it is not to be tent to the parties ordering it. 0. L. Jr. has taken great pains to procure from various placet in the United States and tne West Indies, the liett Madeira, that was to be purchased, in the wood, and old bottled wine, of very superior quality, from prvate stocks, which he uow offers lr sal. He will constantly keep on nana an assortment oi ine choicest wines and liquoss, selected wilh care by himtelf, and mil sell none which he cannot WARRANT PURE as IViroRTKI). Jan 19 Ira 'HUE Society for the Promotion of Indnatrr JL have at present for sale at the riiomt in j , m. - w ' . . . ...U. B L LI. 1 1 1 n trasses of different sizes for f.imilir.aml fnP Ill llllll V - .1 I , I . Mllll H 1 , y ,,n lam.aim., births ; comfortables of different sizes l linen and other stiiris ol vanons qualities for men and boys ; check and flannel do; and stoat home made cloth over - frocks for carmen ihr.t.,lnf r!.ff. ..i colours for sewiug, knitting and for thoemakers' ute. rtiso, iwuie aua Knit nouw cloths. A great variety of articles for ladies' and chil dren's use. Orders are received at the House of Industry, and at No. 112 William - street, and carefully attended to by the manner - , four of whom remain m thehoue from 10 till two clock every day except Saturday. Lr It " earnestly wished by the members ol the society that the c.tizens should visit thf hoie - e of industry, and judge for themselves of the be - uv.ii iiviaivuHuu , uuoruio indigent leoiales Jan 27 lw t.LJJS JA..1.VJ t Oll SALE. I snuaien anout live im'es Jrom the city 1 and contains about 115 acres of land of the oesi quality, witn a good dwelling home, barn, ic. Possession my I) had the lt May.nrrnr - lieMfreqiured. Most ofthe purchase money may remain on bond and mortage, f,.r nnmhei ol year. For further iartH:ular?, enquire on Uie premises, or of ADAMS il BLACKWELL, 175 Pearl - strelt. POST CHAISE LINE. i Oi; p ii I a ' ' l " " "' The POST CHAISE, with every convenience way of Newark, and arrive the same day at Philadelphia. .;i; n the Mail . . . li I A Coach, with .ujwrior rTtt le ck U , prieed b - Und not tuhM'Ct to ine inronvciiKuo n j - the numerous Post Oflic s on t.e road, but nery acconmmoda.ion provided for "J - .'J arrive me hours belore the Mail at 1 hiladcl ohia. rare i auiian. , & All goods and baggage at the nsque of " JOHN N.CUMMING, Newark. JOHN CiUI.ICK in M?.'.'1nrJr,,? - . ......... ... firvlt L'l I Pltilnrtllinia. JV. Ii. f.rumnn "nt to anyyarl ofthe lintia . . , ,rwivi. u i, fit Jno28tf siaiet, oy i.. iint " " POST COU ! I.IM PHILADELPHIA by wT or rowtKS - nooR .innnli!ll IV nV. DAY. Th Pn.i r.'nnrh will start from the Coach 01 - fice, old No. I Courtland - street, N. York, every morning, Sundays excepted, ai i - z pm o ,v - ' ton. Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at 1 hiladel - phia the same evening. ' ... ihe Strain lioat Line INDUSTRY, will start Irom New - York every morning (Sun day encepted) nt 10 o'clock, in the fcienm uo.u At'alauta, from the north side of the Battery, lodge at Kii gston, and arrjve in Philadelphia next day to dine , ii. .:..i c,..i. ai.: ri,. t, u,lh a f tinrd. Willi Ulll,eil u,ir ii wo, .., n every convenience for passenger and baggage, J . .... a , ii .: . ...... l..m on springs, l lie vs. s. man coacu win "" the coach office, old No. I Courtlandt - treet, New York, every day at z o'clock, r. ii. "u at Philadelphia next morning at fio'clock Only 6 passeiigers admitted. THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old tstai.lislied Coach, Stage and Steam Boat office, at tlie old Xo. 1 i;ourtl;'nt - lieel, Uie seconn r.riee iruiu Broadway. New - York; to ISAAC BROUN, No. I Waihington - streit; or to A. 1 . GOODRICH 4: CO. No - 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, New - York. ftrAII good and baggage at ine risk oi me owner. JOSEPH 1.1 UIN. SU.3 v t - u. N. B Expresses sent to any part ol the Con THOMAS WHITFIELD Jin 22 U. S. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, WITH A UUAK1). ftY - Die public are assured tiial this line it equal to any in the U. S. for the convenience and corolort oithe traveller. W ith the addition ol tin: guard, the passenger may test set tire at to his biormtrc und personk.1 saltty the cuarh ne ver being lell v, inlsi changing at the post othces, without a person ou the box. The way mail is put in separate bags aud changed in tlie Euro iiean style. ihe v 5. Mail coach will start from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtland - - t, New - i ora every nay at z o'clock l . ai. and arrive at l hiladelpluanextmorninirat u o'clock : on v 6 passengers aumnied in una coach. t or seats apply to 111 US. V HI I t D LD. at Uie old Coach and Staire Olfice, old No 1. second office from Broadway in Courtlx.ndt - street, or to a. i . uudi'iucu k co. rvo. 124 liroadsrav. comer of Cedar - street, New - York. i. li. All koodt and biinrate at the risk of me owners. J. LYON & SON?. Powles Hook. WILLIAM GULICK to CO. Kingston. CHESTER BAILEY, Philadelphia. r.xprctset scoi iu any pan oithe continent by jail 20 WHUFIII.I). HfltMESTlOJt Oti SOLK SJuJULU IS acknowledged by medical unlet to l.a complaint oi stubborn kind, and nt nil time. very difficult of cure. This it sufficiently illns (rated in the disappointment of those who unl. r - nately suffer under it, at. they, for the most part, iiii,i umi nuci naviii): irirn lumiy iniri 10 lime or no purpose, they are at last obliged to use (for perhuptthe remainder of hfel such articles at can at best but palliate tlie disease. Under such circun stances, any medicine capable ol r mo - ving the crmplnint, nmst turely he nn article highly deserting the attention of all those fio are afflicted with it ; such a combination is to he met with in Dr. Mh1IPS A If 1'i - ilt s KELTIC or STOMACH PJLLS - tht - uccets . ( which has never yet been euualled. for tlie cure of dyspepsia in its most complicated lorm, such us lo of appetite, nausea, heart burn, flatulen. j, knawing pain in the stvmarh tmin in the side, great 'ostivenesf, paleness in the counte mini e, laneuor. mwness ol tointt. nmn m ti, head, virtigo or giddiness, and disturbed sleep Whoever applies these pills in the ahove difeaw, act ording to the directions, will never be disappointed, as they have never lieen once known to in producing a radical and permanent cure T he oteof a single box will convince the most unbelieving ol their efficacy. T hey will m Hit eueciuauy remove an sourness of tlie stomach, not merely by neutralizing the acid, hut h cor recting that morbid state of the secretions which gives rise to it, nnd at the same time wiil restore lo the debilitated orsans oi diiriion. ik.i tone and vigour whii h is absolutely necessary i,. the well being of (he animal economy. To be had at Brook ftt t arle', Pearl street, atJ.C. Morrison', Grt - enwuh tnet, and a - Hull i Bownc' 146 Pearl - street, where Hr,.. gists and country de - tlers Hill be served on libe ral icrint. Oj" Price one dollar per box. dec 24 6 i LEE'S ITCH ttlVIVl - srr "lARRANTED an.infallible lemee'lv at one v v application, may be u?ed wi'h,' perfect - .t., u ..ii( a wct ou, net ccmtaiirn i, particle ol mercury ,or any dsnrer - His ingredient whtni'ae satml tl - . ... . V ""l u'compaine,! With thd off n ve smell which attends the application of othei remciuts. fl. .U... r i l - Vu T. V ",ru,rin" "f Prepared nn.l sold at Medicine ftore. . j iii;.ir... and sold by S. CARLI corne, of Fulton and I TVIS, VrT." an,,ro"nl'7 store - keepers supplied on libera l.m.. ' .11"" Xen - iff Ijgjlllll icsaisMmmr.i"k misr'i iMroRTAwT to passkscehs. No rowtioii with theix'tt thiuxclinf. PARTNEKfcHIP DISKILV EOTOlTO - S1TION REVIVElI ( NEW Line of Post Coaches Jerj con - 1 venience for passengers and Vefgage, on jMtieodtrw iJirJUt:,;t. A aiM raing pabfir know bow to cUsfianStk ka ' sween thing that differ. ; , DOCTOR HORN E, formerry of (lie city of f - ondoo. . J vnwmber of the faculty tf ptiy. wiu uigcrj iwre, aeemt it hi d. ty to repeat some ooseratioM ca tlie abuse of MERCURY. A rasn, iQaiscnniinaie, and unqtiali fied nee thereof, has been productive of infinite mischief. Thn - . sands are annually mercurialized out of ence. The disease we have in view owe it fatal result chiefly to this source. " What a pity, that a young man, the hopes of hi country, and the darling ol his parent, should be snitched a - uia v Trniri nil the nroaitect and enioTmpnta,ri:r. by the consequence of one unguarded moment, and by a disease not in it own nature fatal, acj which only prove so from neglect or improper treatment." A gentlemar (late Dr. H p. tient) now perfectly hearty and well, had been under physician of general practice, six years, and repeatedly salivab a; when recommended te Dr. H. (by a gentleman of thhr city) hi bone were carious, and hi flesh dropping from them i bit friends declared he could not possibly survive t wo month longer. Thousand experimentally know with what ease and iwety Dr. JL eradi. Cdtes Uie severest case, and confirm the contti - ttition. The Doctor4 plan (advertising) i M. crssary to guard the public against the abuse ef mercury, and other fatal delusions, held forth. Persons, therefore, having contracted a prj. vale disorder, or suspecting latent poteoD, art admonished not to tamper witn their constit. tion, or conceal the disorder, till past recovt. ry ; others having the remain of an old case, or other impuritie ofthe blood, at well as other .complaint of a delicate nature, iu either ex. should remenitier oterity, and do justice to their consciences, by making npIicretioaj to Dr. H. at hi old and respectable estab - Hslinient, .No. 64 Water - lreet, foor house west of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt assistance a - h;necnu utat.d to prevent disclosure. And her let me claim your serious attention Remember a superficial cure i no enre at all; en less uiebe - tines s is radically done, you will certainly has (he disorder break out again with redoubled ma lifnity, at some future period ; perhaps then will he too late for remedy. Don't you often meet hi ihe streets miserable, mutilated beings, without even a bit ol nose on their face f Take warning, 1 beseech you. ' I Jr. H's. character for skill and stubborn inte - gri'y being universally known in this city, sine I l;U4, guarantee to patients that delicacy and secrecy Hitherto unknown, and having confined hit practice foryeart past, exclusively to the cure ol dresses of the blood system, they may safely caU culnte on the most decided advantage in cob. lultins Dr. H. Gleet eradicated in f we or three weeks. Slrirtnres removed wiflou' bougie nr any other instrument ; nnd all. debilities i likewise all old ulcerations, fistula's . A plurality of offices are provided, and o tit. Med that patients are not exposed to each other's observation. Open till half past 9 in the evening. All persons concerned are invited to be free in calling, and speaking with Dr. H. which is tree of cost. Ana here the Doctor cannot avoid the expression of gratitude for innumerable recommendations, and for the decided preference fit is pretumed with jurf cause) long given him by a iuiMi ious public. N. 1). All letter must be post paid. 'Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 l JfEUtltM tJLAt - hf.M AUH JAfOtU TJOX. DK. EVAV - ' 'upiTior method of curing a certain Disease, is now universally acknowledged in this city : hit mode oftreatmeo is peritclly mild, sale, ex - i pe - fiiuous. and nis cnargr rcatonable. In every instance be warrants a cor, I . 3 tWI mil teliimlh. . f 1. . Jdoe not perform agreeable .itPto contract. t . tm. mini tfll Serrerw ftlwar, K.wJ m - - - - "j - i There are maoy persons ia this city and it vicinity, laboring under, various chronic diseafV such at cancers, old inveterate ulcer, scrolat nr king evil, fistulas, disease of the arethra, bladder and kidniea, old complicated complaint of a certain nature, bilious and other ohttruo tiunt, rheumatism, ic which they consider incn - rahle, they can certainly be cured (in general) by applyinc at Dr. EVANS'S Medical .tore. No. W, feck - slip, having practised teeittliire hospitals in Europe 12 years, uodfj sTtjae of the first Surgeons nnd Physician in the world, and made those obstinate disease hi constant tudy for 30 rears. ; . . Oct It Gr.VVH EATON t DAVIS, Fancy Chair Manufacturers, No. 153 Fulton - street, opposite St. Pauls Church, offer for sale, wholesale and retail, a large and elegant assortment oi . Curld Maple, plain painted ami ornamented in gold h hroore. Bamboo, Plain and Gilt Balls, Rocking, Sewing, and Conversation Chairs. Sofas. Settee. I. - Hi!?evt. Mutic Stools, kc. Orders from any part o; the conUnent executed with neatness and dispatch. Old Chair repaired, painted and ornamented, net 13 'If The subscriber hayinrrecenUv r. turhed from England wilh aa important improvement on the artificial sprinjr LEG, he takes this method' (4 informing his fnetMl and the public, that all uiose wno aie so nnlortuoate as to be in want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated, by an - ' iJyi.ig at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. Jau 22 WM. PURVIS. ORIENTAL POWDER, , For r. I,., ving sipeifJtioot Hair.' cir SAevt. i Cnid, Cream ; Almond paste ; antique and Russia oil; pomade de grasse for thickening the hair; tooth powder f opiate for the teeth ; essences, vender, orange A' - wetv. hungarie and ne waters p. m.tum ia poJeit to lit j fresii tunceitn henns ; rose, - violet and plain bair p - iw - neri ; scisiors. v nans ( l n an I pocket knives ; hair and mourning pins t Sadies work and dressing rate ;ge.atlenen'a tra veiling raes ; U t sale at the chymical perfoai ;nd i.iney manuCictory of . ' N. SMITH DAVIES CO. 13C rtroadw iy, nearly opposite City Hotel. , W h" have alto on band, re, jestamioe, violet, oranre, vernacular, aliysinian, honeysuckle, Nnple nnd lavend - r oai ; patent PEN t.TRAt TIU; II AIR BtiLSHKS, fancy articles C. Jan 27 7 . I ; nniT irtvt nir 9i;iT I IITIPf DlKU a" itcir&Vii Abbott. i this day diss4ved,y luil consent. The afTatr 14 the concern win be s tiled by Thomas BnekWy, 153 SouU - tret - New - York, 1st mo. 10, 181S. , THOMAS BUCKLEY, ROBT. ABbATT, jva. THOMAS FUCK LI Y, hating taken biftoa JOHN LAWRENCE BUCKLEY, tt?.c: paitnersliip. the Commission baii - s will CHitihiied 'Mi their account, under . 6tm ol ITK1M A nL'CKLEY SON. I m i 14 Iro aBBBwvMWHnMBaMwaHav"MBWS"Wj' I ..,. II, Il i .. .IVa iSrm Ol NEW - YOnK: rnLVTEn am fwlisued MICHAEL BuhxitAM CO Nn. 4 Pisry.syanrv.' r j9

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