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INSOLVENTS, ADVERTISING FOR THE EI23TPpfTHACT & THIS STATE. oriiB tum Td ALSA.HT Aaovt, . rriciAL Mm. fi'eu - York Ector Richard R&r, Recorder. Edward Leedbealer, April 7 ! JUiaV.h.Je, Jmo. March 31 . ' Amory Gaotage, Aril 4 , Joba Hvilnd, March 20 ' . Richard Field, do ! . neweii liracKtu, April - . , .... .eorge ooaier. nucs i . iiuk iguCi Apn l - a . DamdTice, March 21 . Robert Nicbol. March SO ajtvaaw viiwvt wi " Alfred Hodge, March 13 ' Jai Pure.!!, April II ' ' . AaHmtl.. llkt.iL Man - hfft' A I fJ II i . mM k. M Joel Ty, April 10 PurteyRWe, March 25 . Henry T. bell, March 7 . John valentine, A phi 4 ''""' Daoiii Scrilmer, March 8 'Joha Ueadricksoo, April 4 ' , Cbarle Rea, March 4 - Benjamin H. Akin, April 4 Waiiara Moore, Feb 8 Samuel Whiting, March 17 . William Warner, Feb. 34 John Miller, Fe'iS8 - . - ' : IUsl R. Hamilton, March 31 . ' jooa aiorrau, nian - a Mote Warner, Feb. 24 Janse Ainslic, Marcb 7 Edward Church, Feb 84 oi . r.ii k . Goonro lUndsayy Feb SO John Lwlrard, Feb 14 William Pitkin, Feb 20 Charles Merol, Feb. 10 fetor Wilt, Feb. 14 Ephraim Uobiut, do , , Richard Sutton, Feb 19 Richard Colfax, jr. Feb J t , lirfore the Mayor, - John Butt. March 14 John Nicholas. Feb 31 - .l Pt.'lM .9 Prlr - 7J. m. II, I. M iVWMj ij wt m m - J' A crier, in Album. John Stoddard, and NaUiaa Jenkint, Marcb 28 . Abraham C bbekion, April j fhciman Boaworth. Fab 27 Elijah II. Boardman and Jedediah Burchord, Aiarcn 17 I aoiel Gallop, of Bern, Feb t7 , Abraham C. Sheldon, March 13 Ilea bra Tho - noson. March 13 mr . r - t n . f - 1 .. - t - - - tn I'tlenorv. Job Donne, April 4 Daniel Denton, of Sulliran. April 4 Samuel Coon, and Jacob W. Alarue, 01 l - en - OX.MarcriZI llnnrv I. Walrath. nf Sullivan. Aoril 4 Vjim Tower, Marcb 7 Georn W. Chtciebrough and Robert Wil tiarai, March 7 .Vbrahara Larkin, of Sullivan, Feb S3 Qbegp Cmmty litor JotrpK H'htlt, finl Judst inlhelotmpfC'hmrfyaUfj. J trees Morth. March IS Miagomery ceurtiyBefort A It wider Sheldon, ' tint Judet in Chmrktfon. TetcT Cornoe, ofCanajo' - rie, March W. - Baltus M. Liugeofelier, MarcA 7 Jacob L Younf, of Johuatown, Feb 58 Wm. I. Saber, of Cannjoharie, March 30 8amnel Hoxie, of BroiuUlliin, March It Ciiv of TroyBrfort WiUiam L. Marty, E$q. Tbeodoit Brack tit, March 13 (Jomelina Seabring, Feb. SI Moaet Smith, Maixli 13 Utarj A. Lake, of Rensselaer county, Feb. 14 Onmdagm Ctuntt Before Jathu Fermanjirtt " JudettnlMondaga. ' Iaaac W. Averill, of Salina, Apirl 3 " Nehemiiih MilUrd. oi do. March 17 Benjamin Darling, Jr. ot Maniiu?, and John sweet, oi t aoint, aiarcn vi Ephraim Ron, March 21 Si - lah Woodruff. March3l Oliror C. Congdnn, o Satina, March SI 'Joaeph Landoo, ofMarcellus Mnrcb St Viacj Branch, of Caraillut, Fab 27 OtitUfg, March i4 John Bowen, Feb 17 . Ebeaeser Haymond, of Mwiliiu, U l CbriMonlittiJ'T, "f Salina, March 6 Wilton, oi Uuutxinga, ao, Wtthwgton County Before A nlhony . BUtnth - ord, in Salem. Simeoa Craadell, of Grennwirb, March 13 Samuel Crandetl, of Greenwich, Feb S3 James Welk March 35 - Joseph Wells, of Fort Ann. Feb. 19 Aaeo Frarr, of KingtbarT, March IS John RevnotiK of Jarkson, Fern 16 ' Winlhron Whrdon. of Hebrou. Feb IS William Larmouth, ol Cainbrid'e, March IS Thomas Howard, eb I? . Wilder Corlew. Feb U ' Ccneaet county Btfjrt John II. Jones, Jin - . Juise, in Leicester. William HulL May G Elliott Ilarroun, April 17 . Rod.ier Wadsworih, of Sheldon, April 15 David "Williftiasj March 14 Ftmrn Ruieli, March 34 Oliver Blake, ofBatavia, April 8 Millon Fox, March 18 ' - , Axariah H. Hubbard, and Lewis C. Cock, MarchSS ' . Abel Wooiter, of Bergen, March 27 Motes Woods, of Riga, Feb. iO John Hartiman, Feb. ?5 . James Richardson, Feb SO 2cnus skinner, Feb 23 Stephen Mien, Feb 15 Salmon Scofirld, oGates. Feb 1 1 David Eilrariv. of Psrr. Feb 12 ar4og county - Btfor Salpwn Chill, Jvrtt Judge, in Greenfuld. Gilbert Oakley, and Daniel Brown, March 13 Jortpn t. staraevaa, ot vranxe u. MaasC. Van dea Bergh, of Waterford, Apnl IS. John W.Teller, of Northumberland, March 13 r nend Corser, March 6 John Evans, of Moreau, Marcb 8 John Wilcox, March 2 Wnndworth. Feb 37 EHas BiUiogs, of Stillwater, and David Brown, l ab. S3 John Turtle, March SO Joha Wilkiasoa, of Milton, Feb. 20 Nathaa Kva,ef Malta, Feb. 13 Isaac Cramphin, Feb. 37 Joha f - Martin. March S3 CohpnbU emmtybeforl J. D. Mnull, Hudson William Mender, or canaaa, wares u Wm - C. Smith, April 10 Increasa Benaitt. of Kinderhook, March 13 John J. Everts. March 7 Charlea Merrill, Marcb 13 Nathaniel Ivet, March 2 Wsa. Smith, o( Kinderhook, March 13 James Moore, March 30 Before Judge Miller tU Clateroek. Henry Keller, jr. March 7 Ckenang county - Before Obadiah German, Etq. tn JV or irte A. Jeremiah Bingbam, of Greene, April 7 Jonathan Benoet, Jan 34 Joha Bennett, Feb 10 Slevbencovnty - Before Thomas WBurnty, Jinl . Judgtjin Painted - Pott. Francis IJUI. Feb 11 Thomas D Hadley, Feb 25 Benjamin Stuck, Feb 17 . Onhdm evuaJy Before Jt'mihm Williami. . Ilobert Graves, Jr. of Paris, April U Before JUrris S. JtxUtr. Uttrj Stone, nf Bridgwater, March 28 Amos Pierce, Of Steobea, March 14 jeaepb Moaltoa, of Rome, Feb. SI Ortxgt ttmtfBtfbrt JfaAsn H. ffTtUe, Esq. At 0he. . - Joha G. nortia, March 5. - Thomas Carprater, jr. Marcb 14 . raniel Cronkyta. Fab. 14 ' Coraaliat Mac Elroy, ot Monroe, Feb 23 Great Counts, btfor Gerril AktH Est. ml - , i - - ' CeJshU. Tune Sclorer, and Joha Jones, Marcb 3 - tiiah C,offia, March 31 Slrpbea Wtitny, tfHtndenon, March Sf us - - - - Jrfftrso Cmiy...Befort Jf. D. ftri. Caleb rDlhamtt,ofUwHifleJ, March t ' Tberoa Green, of Honndtoeld, Fab. t0 Jereaaiaa WitMCW and Thoaiaa Nebon, Jaa. March f - - - r V - Joba M. Pberpa, March t ' i : Tboma Faaaett, oTRodaian, March SO ' Enaa Salbbary, of Adwa, Feb 30 Sthohttru Cimfy, tfit Wm. Jietkmmn, tf Sharon. Henry Pomoo, of CobleakiU, March 7 " Dulchat CmaUrBeprt Jama tmtt, q. Feter Wr Barloger, March 14 . Gardner Cbact, of Redbooh, and Peter W. Bowrurer, March 14 ... ... Jo. Rrowa, croashkeeptie, Marcb 11 Daniel Frelegh, of Clinton, Feb. 31 , John Uoiie, of Fokepne. Feb 14 ; 5athaa Stuart, of Clinton. Feh It Delawtrt Cmmty, hfr ,'c m f Bylretter Preston, of Roxbury, May 4 lwia Weed, April 4 - - MoaetL. Peadell, April4 llemaa Hawkiaa, of Franklin, April 4 tytrm Cemtykffart Wm. hobanh. John Hall, Jn, of Lax roe, March 14 Artimat Aldrich, Marcb S William Milla. March 14 John I'atchin. of Caldwell, and John Stanton, oiiiecniDary, ( eo u tUrlctmer Caunry, krlart JtUutn smart. Semoel Havana, of Colombia, Feb S3 Jacob Croats, Feb. 34 Job Knights, Feb. S3 Jared fi. Stewart, March 7 Thomas Livingston, Feb SO Suffolk Gnmtybefort T. Slrmf, Ki(j Frederick King, of Soathokl, March 13 Chstaque county, btfore Zelhi Cathinr, Esq. James Bucklen, ctierrr, March 3 Nathaniel Johnson, of Gerry, Feb 1A Sullivan County, btfort William A. Thampun, Etq. at Thompio. David Harford, March 19 Benjamin Mitncr, of Kevenink, Feb.S7 Ileury Miiner, of do do Serum County Btfort J Knot, Etq. ml Junius. Kathaa Tattle, of Ovid, Marcb 7 franklin Count, btfor A Won Man, Kiq. Hennr Baglcy, of fort Covington, April 18 Ontario Ounv, before Judge AkltoUu. Joseph Beard, of Lyon, Marcb 3 Chester Francis, Feb. 24. Robhins Stillman, of PitUford, Feb. 24 Btfort Jf. W. UovdL, Etc. fit Ctmandaigu. Jnsiah Morehouse, March 33 Philip Fettor. March 27 Caleb Melvin, March 9 Jonah D. Slmoads, March 11 ' William Elswortb, Marcb 6 Richard Dutcher of PitUford, Feb. S5 Clinton County, btfor Pliny Moort, Etq. Sharoe Allen, of I'lattsburz. April 30 Thomas M'Creedy, and John Wait, March 26 Cayuga County, btfor Judge Miller. Thomas Manaban, of Scipio, April 9 Iceman Rogers, March S3 Nikolai Wells. March 14 John Warwick and Wm. Eattoa, of Aortlius, March 3 . Joshaa Jones, nf do Feb 17 Lortlandt County, before Judge Keep. John Foot, of Preble. March SO Joseph Harrington, Jun. ofTnuton, Marcb f unver riamDiia, oi virgu, reoso Renutlaer county, btfore Judge JBatter. John Ve Yoe, March 7 St. Lwrenee County, before Judge Ford. , Jesse Streeter, of Rossie, April 11 Sehtnertady, btfor O. Cleveland. Chapman Taber, April 15 m CHANCKRY. IN CHANCERY. State of New - Tork,ss. IN pursuance of a decretal order ofthis honor a hie court, will be sold at public auction, at the Tontine Coflte House in the city of New - York, under tho direction of the subscriber, as one of the masters of this court, on Saturday, the fourteenth day of February next, at twelve o'clock at noon, all that certain house and lot of ground, situate on the westerly side of Nassau - slieet, in the third ward of the. city of New - York, and known as number H I, bounded as follows : eust erly la front by Nassaa - street, westerly in the rear by property belonging to Mr. Isaac Mead, northerly by Mr. Hodckinion's Tavern, and ouii - Jy ky properly of Mrr. Elizabeth Giron - court, containing in nreadtn in front and rear twenlv live feet in length on the northerly side one hundred and twelve feet four inches, and on the southerly side one hundred and ten feet ten inches, be the same more or less i together with all and singular the hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging. Dated the 2 3d day or January, loiu. Matter in Chancery Note The terms of the sale will be as follows : 10 per cent on the duy of sale, 15 per ceot. oa the first day of May ntxt, at which time a deed will be executed and possession given ; the residue to be paid in seven years, with interest half yearly, secured by a boo and mortgage oo the premises the house to be insured by the purchaser from the said first day of May until the purchase money and interest thereon is paid, and the policy to be transferred to the mortjjag'e For further particulars apply at the matter's office. No. 60 Pine - street Jao23d3w IN CHANCERY. Slate of few - York, ss. . IN pursuance of an order of this honorable court, will he sold at public auction at the Ton - sine Coffee House, in the city of New - York, under the direction of the subscriber, on the 27th day of November in't. at ELEVEN O'CLOCK in the 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 feet from the soathwest corner of new - market - slip (late Catherine - street) and Cherry - street, and running westerly alone Cherry - street 40 fret, to ground now ar late the property of John fiolsinaa t tnence southerly along said ground ISO feet to Water - street ; thence easterly along Water - street 40 feet, to ground how or late of Boltus Moore, thea northerly a - long said ground ISO feet, to the place of beginning. Also, all that certain other lot, piece or parcel of groand, situate, lying and being jn the fourth ward of the city of New - York, directly in the rear of the above described piece or parrel of ground, and commencing 40 feet front the southwest corner nfnew - market - alip, and Water street, and running westerly along Water - street 40 tcrt, to ground of John G. Coster ; thence toutlierly along said ground 160 feet to South street, thence easterly along South - street, 40 feet to ground now or late of Boltus Moore, thence northerly along said grouad 160 feet, to tie place of beginning. Together with the hereditaments and appurtenances to the same, and every part aad parcel thereof belonging or in anywise appertaining. Dated Nov. 4th, 1817. THOMAS BOLTON, Master ia Chancery. Tlie above will be told ia separate lots. The terms of sale will be liberal and may be known by enquiring of the Master, No. 41 Piae - street, where a map of the premises can be teen. pov4lawti9thdls . The sale of the above property is postponed to the 28th day of January next, at the tame boar and place. Uated iot. z7in, ii THOMAS BOLTON, Master ia Chancery. aov 57 lawt JanSOdte The above sale is further postponed to the 13th day of February next, at tb same hour and place. Jaa. 25, 1818. THOMAS BOLTON, Jan 29 Ida , Master in Chancery. NEW. BOOKS RECENTLY pubhrbed aad for sale by KIRK k. MERCElN. 32 Wall - street, a narrative of the President's Tour, made during the ntamer of 1817, through the aorth - eoatera and southwestern department of the anion. Jtc. kc. t Lord Amherst's Embassy to China , the Memoirs of uaaaitrs rjucnaoaa ; MandeviUe, a aovet. by Wm. Godwin ; Letters from the Cape of Good Hope, beiog a reply to Dr. Warden s Letters; Knight of St John, by Mist Porter t Bingley't L'selul Knowledge ; Coxe on Fn.it Trees, with 300 fj&gravtojrs i Purity of Heart, or woaaaa as the should be, a botcI, by aa old wilt of twenty jura. feb IS CHANCCRT. . JJeary Eckford, i as. - . : SuHtfJfm - Xmn. Jsne Weeks aad others. ' f j In parsaaaeaoiaaecretai order ar bus aonorav hie court, nude in (hsaixrve caa'ie.. will be sold at rmblic auction, at the Tools Colfee. Haase, la the city of Nw - York,o Monday, the aiath day of Febraary next, at IS o'clock at aooa of Ibat day, ar.Uer Uie directtoa ana super iafsndanta of the subscriber, oae of tie masters ofthis court AU that certain lot, piee, or par - ael af ground, situate lying and beine in the se - veata ward of new - 1 or a, aon pan oi tne reai estate of Ebenezer Toung, deceased, and to the northward of Cherry - street, and lietweea that and Lorn hardy - street ; bounded aoutlerly partly on ground now or late in possession of George Feck, partly by a gangway of cigM feet, and partly by F.benexer Young's property, now or late in the occupation of hluha Bloetom ; westerly by Isaac Clason j northerly by Fbrnexer Young, Junior ; and easterly by Joht Sinclair; contaiuing in breadth throughout fitly leet nine incnes : ana in leneui on do'ji siurs tizuiy oiue feet : and also tlie risht to. or priviletre. of all that certain gangway of eight feet in width, leading from Cherry - street to the ground hereby convey ed, with tne absolute ngtu oi passing ana repass ing at all times through said gaugway, unu Dorses, carts, carriages, loaded and nnloaded, at pleasure. And also, all that certain lot of ground, situate. Ivirx and being in the said seventh ward of the city aforesaid, on the north side of C.ivrry - treet t bounded soufberlv In front bv Cherry - street, aloresam ; northerly in uie lear uy erouna late of Sarah Rainbird. and formerly belongiug to Ebrnearr Young, of the city aforesaid, deceased ; easterly by a gangway of eight feet in brcadiru and westerly ny ground now or iae oi Isaac Clason : containing 10 leosth on each side one hundred feet, and in breadth, in front and rear. each twenty live leet;wnicn twenty live feet includes the one half part of the said gangway, aud alio the nse ana privilege of the said gangway, in common with the proprietors of the kits of land adjoining thereto ; and which said gang way is to be, and remain, a common gang - wav or passase for the uses aforesaid i which aid lot oi' ground is part of the real estate whereof the said Lbencxer Young, deceased, was seised in fea at the time of his death ; and which was given and devised to Sarah, the wife of John Kninbird. in and by the last will and testament of the said Ebenezer Young, and by the said jona ana earan conveyeo io wiiuam neem. Together with all and singular, the edibces, u..:T.j: :k. meots and appurtenaoces thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining. Dated New - York, January 9th, 1818, ... ... . Mr. .... t vviLiiWAtTi at.nainn. Master in Chancery. fan 9 tawSw&dtds JN CHANCERY. State of New - York, ss. IN pursuance of a decretal order ofthis honorable court, bearinc date the 7th dav of Julv ast. will be sold al public auction, at the Too - une uouee nouse, in we ciiy vi new - 1 wis, under the direetion of the suhtcriber, as one or the matters or this court, on Ihursday, the bin day of January next, at twelte o'clock at noon, " all tliat certain block, or piece of around and soil under water, to be made land and ground, out of the North or Hudson's River, situate, lyic; and being between Washington - street and a certain near street of seventy feet in breadth, to be made fronting on the said North River, called West - street, and is bounded as follows : north - easterly ana easterly by Liberty street ; north - westerly and westerly by West - street aforesaid ; southwesterly and westerly by Cedar - street, and south easterly and easterly by Washington - street : containing in breadth on Washington - street and VYest - strtet one hundred and ten feet six incites, and in length along Liberty - street one hundred and seventy - seven feet, and along Cedar - street one hundred and seventy - two feet" ; together with the appurtenances, subject never theless io uie renis, covenants, restrictions ann agreements to which said pit - mites are aubiect, in favor of the corporation of the city of New - York, as imposed, reserved and created by them. Dated Nov. SGth, 1817. JAMES A. HAMILTON. ' Mnter in f harrprtf. Note. The sale of the above property is post poned to Friday, the 30th instant, at eleven o'clock, A. M. at Uie same place. It will be sold in lots or parcels, and on liberal terms, which Lmiy be known by applying at the Masters office, to. 3 Law Buildings ; where a map of the pre - liuvvi may w mu. 4 aumi j uiu, iuiw Jan 9dU The above sale is further postponed to the eleventh day of February next at the same hour and place. Jan. IXrth 1B1H. JAMES A. HAMILTON, (eb 2 dtds Master in Chancery. IN CHANCERY. - State of New - York, ss. IN pursuance of an order of this honorable ....... :il u . tk Tin. tine Coffee House, in the city of New - York, under the direction of the subscriber, oo the twenty seventh day ol November instant, at iL.i.vi.rt O'CLOCK in the forenoon, all that certain lot, piece or parcel of ground, situate, lying and beiog in the filth ward of the city of - New - York. fronting on Laight sL (HUDSON SQUARE,) bounded northerly in the rear by Vestry - street, easterly by the House and lot now (or tare; occupied by Mrs. Murray, westerly by a house and lot late of Leonard Lisoenard. deceased ; con - tainiag in breadth, ia front, and rear 31 feet C locnes, and in depin on eicn uue i o ieei. oaia oremiscs being held under and bv virtue of a certain dentin: from the rector and inhabitants of tlie city of New - York in communion ol Ihu Pro testant Episcopal Churcb in the state ol lew - Ynrk. for the term of ninetvnine rears from the toth day of March, 1805 1 subject to the yearly rent ot 115. and to tho provisoes, covenants and agreements cnutainea in saia tease : togsner with the hereditaments and appurtenances to the in me belonging or in anywise appertaining . . L I? ' 1 - . .1 Uated iov. 4, 1817. THOMAS BOLTON, Master in Chancery. The terms of sale, which will he liberal, may be known by enquiring at the office of the mat. tcr, tfo.41 rwe - itrei!t. nov4 oawt!9th&dts The sale of the above property is postponed to the 38th day of January next, at the same hour and place, uated no, inn, 101 . THOMAS BOLTON, ' Master ia Chancery nov 87 lawtJ20dlds ' The above rale is further postponed to the 13th day of February next, at the tame hour and place. Jan. ZU, 181U. THOMAS BOLTON, Jan 29 dtdt Master in Chancery. NOTICE. WHEREAS Richard Wallace, late of the firm or Whiting c Wallace, of Peters - burr. Virginia, hath bv bia deed of assignment. dated on the 5th day af December, 1817, trans ferred and set over u me an tne estate, real, personal, and mixed ; all the hooks and accounts, tlie rights and credit, which did heretofore belong to the said firm of Whiting k Wallace, and to the said .Richard Wallace, individually, at trustee for the creditors of the said firm of Whiting U Wallace, or of the said Richard Wallace individually This is to give public notice, that I aia alone authorised to settle and adjust all the outstanding claims against them, as well as to receive all the debts due to tbem. The creditor of the said firm, therefore, or of the said Richard Wallace, who are disposed to receive the benefit oftbe said trust rund, are invited to call upon me and execute a release la due form, oa or before the 1st day of March next, and the debtor to the said firm are assured that the most speedy methods will be resorted to, to rloe all outstand ing debt. JOSEPH PETT1POOL. Norfolk, Virginia, 11th Jan. 1818. Jaa 19 Sawlm CO - PARTNERSHIP. ffcT - The subscribers have formed a connee tioo, for the purpose of transacting business oa commii'ion in triis city, uodcr the turn of JivU, Jt GEO. W. LYNCH. JOHN LYNCH, - GEO, W. LYNCH. New - York, 8th Jan. 1318. jttrxaaaccj. Mestr. Le Roy, Bayard ii Co. v . Messrs. Prime, Word ft Saads, ew - York. Hoa. Jas. Lloyd, 1 Messrs. 1 bos. C. Amory k Co. Boston. Messrs. Muasoa & Barnard, J jaa 9 tasrla PATLXT ELASTIC RAZOR STROPS. GEORGE SANDERS, lately from London, once snore - addresses the public, tbanks thea fcr past ravors, and one mora ventnras to wwmmrnd ha strops as DCS al in mo comian - rivinz contrivance lhat ever blest the cbiaofj . ... . If A..a I man. us wm wmruci nnv - , - uu man in the use of it,' tusd when once possessed of I the secret and a box of - compoMUon, no may say with the poet of nature, lo shave to sleep perchance to dream while in the operation and who would bear the tweaks and acts of bar - bar base; who would ercnt and sweat under a loathome beard, or a dull razor nse, when he might his quietus make with a simple Saunder'i strop . Come men lo ms manuiaciory a. we corner ol Reed - streei anu uroauway, aim uiem von will find the subscriber always ready to re ceive the commands of bis curtomers. dec5 tf vVHEATON'S ITCH OINTMENT, v mHE lona and snccessful use of this ointment I is a suflicient recommendation,' as it has been found to be a pletttttnt, sale and certain remedy for that disagreeable diiease in all it sta 5es. It is for sale in the; city of New - York, by . A. & W. R. Pott, No. 41 William - strneti I. Hz T. Clark. No. t;5 Maiden - Lane ; H. H. Schicfltlink Co. No. 193 Pearl - street; Law - &Keew. No. 195 Pearl - street. Hall Bowne, 14(J Pearl street I li. & L. Murray, 313 Pearl ilreet ; J. M. IWhurst, 314 Pearl - street ; John Ptoford, No. 4 Fletrher - strect ; Duryee li Poe. in Pearl - street i John C. Morrison, 188 Greenwich street; John P. Fiher, 106 Broadway s Walters Seaman, corner of Chamber - it. and Broadwav. and also inChalham - strcet ; and in short ii may be procured at most of I be Drug Stores in this cilv Also in Philadelphia, of S. Wilherell 1 Snns : Ueorse Hanell . North & Ko gers, and almost al the druggists in the principal Iohiii in the iJDiled states. LIKKWI8R. WH EATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be had at the above places. jan 22 6m THE LAST NOTICE To those who are owing arrears of taxes, to the corporation of the city and county of New - York : 0r The time limited for the payment thereof expired on the 1st mrt. and I am now engagea in making a return nf such prrrx rtyas remains delinquent, preparatory totlie advertisement and sale tliereol for the payment of said Taxes, and such other sums as may be required to meet the expenses of such sale, which will takti place when completed. 1 am directed to receive all arrears which may be offered, prior to the completion of the above - named return and will attend at this office dai ly from 10 to 2 o'clock, until that period. T. W. GILBERT, Collector. Collector's Oifice, No. 2 Cily Hall, January 15, 1818. J Jan 18 lm COHPOHjmOJf PROPERTY. . TO I sold at public auction on Friday the JL 20th February, 1818, at the City Hail, 12 o'clock. The highly valuable FARM now occupied by Mr. William A. Hardenbrook. about 6 miles from the city, containing together neatly Qlty a ere of land. It will be sold in lots from 5 lo 10 acres each, situated on tlie 6th, 7th, 8lb, 9th, bi 10th avenues ; On (he latter stand the dwelling house and nut building, but a snort distance from the Hudson River. This property is worthy the attention of those who wish to possess handsome country seats ; a its contiguity to the city, commanding views ol uie ituasjii, re urea siiuuuon, anu euuiea iuti:'T of some of tlie ground, tocelher with an ample supply of wood, render it one of the most desira ble objects or purchase. A map of the premise may be icp, and further particulars kuown, at the Comptrollers Of fire. City Hill - Jan 6 dts TA.NiSk.KY FOR SALE. f H le sold at public auction, on Wednesday, X tlie tltth dar of February next, in the area of the Exihange Coffee House, in the town ol Boston, at 12 o'clock at noon, All Uie real estate belonging to the Hampthice' Leather Manufactory, situate in the town of Northampton, in the state of Massachusetts. The estate will be sold ia four lot, vix : Lot No. 1, containing about 31 acaes of Innd, near tlie centre of the town of Northampton, oo which is erected all those extensive and valuable buildings, lately occupied by the corporation for tannins: of leather, with about 300 vat, some of which are veiy large end part of tbem under cover, in which leather may be handled during the winter ; it is presumed there is not in the state so extensive and valuable an establishment for rarrvirur on tlie tanning business as this. A particular description of the buildings and pri - vi ledges would take up too much room for as advertisement. Lot No. 3 contain about 3 acres, situate on the north side ol the county road, directly opposite to lot No. 1, on which are two dwelling boose, with convenient out buildings, i on high ground, ami considered a very delightful itua - Ion. - Lot No. 3, containing about four acres of land. situate on the easterly side of Mill River, about two miles from tl.e meeting house in Northampton, with a valuable mill privilege and buildings increon. Lot No. 4 contain about one acre of land, on which is erected a bark mill and hark shediu situate near Edward' tavtrn, about 6 wiles from Northampton, on the Albany road. Any person having an inclination to purchase all or any part of the foregoing property, ore invited to examine it. The corporation pledge ,1.. 1 - t - ... .I i Ik. L' I . L. . 1 .1 I f iiKoi - cive u ten iv uie uigiieii uiuuer, urms; ue termioed to close their concerns. Any informs tioa respecting the estates may be obtained on application to JOSIAH D WIGHT, Esquire, at nonnamptou, or , EBENEZER FRANCIS, - jaa 14 India - street, Boston D LYNCH, Junr. having made arrangements . with a respectable houie in Madeira, to be supplied with a proportion of the wine of the Pa - rishes of St. Antonio and Cama de Lobos, (universally acknowledged to produce the best Madeira in the Island) ha opened a wine (tore, at No. 40 William - street, where he will receive order for Ibis wine, from gentlemen wishing to lay up a sioc a tor uetr own use ; and (by tbe agreement with the bouse in Madeira) if the wine, on arrival, be not approved by D. L. J. it is not to be sent to the parties ordering it. D.L. Jr. ha takea great pain to procure from various place ia the United State and the West Indies, the best Madeira, that was to be purchased, in tlie wood, and old bottled wine, of very superior quauiy, from private stocks, which he now offers tor sale. He will constantly keep oa nana an assortment oi uie choicest wines and liquors, selected with car by himself, and will ell none which he cannot WARRANT PURE a IMPORTED. ' Jan 19 lm BLACK WELL'S ISLAND FOi SALIC. IT Is situated about five miles from the city, and contains about 1 15 acres of lahd of the best quality, witn a good dwelling bouse, barn, c. rossessionmay oensd tne 1st May, or earlier, if required. Most of the purchase - monev may remain oa bond andmortgage, for a number of years. For further particulars, enqu ire on the premises, oroi ADAMS & BLACKWELL, Jan $2 175 Peart - street. TO LET. A large convenient modern built house. coach house and improvements, (with or without an exieusive aitcnen ranien and caca loti I mm the first of Mar next , - situated oo Uie corner of the Frit Avenue and First - street, near the corner of North and Allen streets, and about one mile from the City Hall. The aitoation is elevated aad healthy, aad ia every respect suitable lor a genteel family. On Uie premise it a well of most excellent water. Apply tn CORNELIUS DUBOIS, TebStf No. 36 Front - street. BOOK KEt.PF.tVS DIRECTORY. I"UST publhhcd. Th Trial RaUnrc nr Rmlr 3 keeper's Directory t shawinf m rnnU. system of book - keeping, commenced, carried oa, ana ciosea, ana new Doors opened, upon a wear am experimental plao. By Thomas II. God - dard, accountant Oa a large ibeeL Price 50 cents, r or saie oy PRIOR & DUNNING, Jaa 30 Sw , No. Ill Water it. TOST CHAISE LINE. FORPI1ILADELPHIA. The POST CHAISE, with every convenience for Passenger aad their baggage (I h rough in one day) will leavejhe Post ChaisrOfhre, 118 Broad - way, opposite the Cily Hold every day (Suu - day excepted) at 7 o'clock in the morninz. by way of Newark, and arrive the tame day at Philadelphia. ...., i The MAIL PILOT, in orp - .'ri to the Mail Coach, with suierior accommodation" for Passengers and thtfr baggage, will leave the s..me place every day (Sunday excepted) at half past I o'clock P. M. will proceed Lejore theMail, and not aubiect to the inconvenience of stopping at tin. nuiMpmus I'nsl Office on tlie road, but cverv accommodation provided for the leveller, end arrive sonie hours iielo,; tlie mail at ruiioaei hia. fare 7 dullars. fjcj - All goods and baggage at the .pque of the owner. . JOHN N. GUMMING, Newark. JOHN GULICK& SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON Al HOW ELI.PIiiladMii. JV. B. Exprtuet sent lo any part of ih Iktittd Slates, fiy I,. UXNMt '.' " POST COACH LINE ton PlllLAUM.rniA' If WAT OF roWLKS - HOOR IMFORTABT TO FAkSKBCKIU. fin r.npnctinn with the nost chaise line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPO SITION REVIVED. A NEW Line of Post Coaches with every con .TV venieni e lor passengers and baggage, on Springs 'THROUGH IN ONE DAY. The Post Coach will start from the Coach of i'nsl ioacn will start ironi tne voaen oi - id No. 1 Courtland - street, N. York, every ng, Sundays excepted, at 1 - S past 6 o'clock, uy of Newaik, New - Btunswick, Prince - fice, oid No, moniin; by vrav ton, Trenton ind Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the tame evening. ' The Steam Boat Line INDUSTRY, will start frou N ;w - York every morning (Sua days excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the Steam Boat Atalanta, from tlie north tide of the Battery, lodge at Kingston, and arrive in Philadelphia next davto dme United States Mail Coach, with a guard, with every convenience lor passengers ana Baggage, oa springs. The U. S. mail coech will start Irum the coach office, old No. 1 Courtlandt - ttreet, New York, every day at S o'clock, 1'. Al. and arnve at Philadelphia next morting at 6 o'clock. Only 6 nasseneers admitted. For seats in tht. above named Lines, apply to THOS. Will Tr IKL.D, at ihe old established Coach, Stage aud Steam Boat office, at the old No. 1 Courtlandt - stieet, the second office from Broadway, New - York ; to ISAAC BROWN, No. 1 Washington - strett; or to A. T. GOOD RICH ti CO. No' 124 Broadway, corner ol Le dar - street. New - Yoik. frirAII gftods and baggage at the risk of Ihe owner. jusr.i n liu.i, ;j.o v N. B Expresses sent to any part of the Con tinent.by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Jan 2 U. 8. MAIL.C OACU FOR PHILADELPHIA, WITH A GUARD, ft? - The public are assured Uiat this line is equal to any m the Ii. S. for the convenience and comfort ol Uie traveller. Willi tU addition ol the guard, the passenger may rest secure as to hit baggage and personal salety the coach ne ver beu.E It - It whilst changing at the post o&ces. without a person on the box. The way mail Is put in separate bags and changed in the Euro pean style. Ihe U a. Mail coach will start from the coach oftV - e, old No. 1 fj'ourtland - st.eet, New - York every day at s o'clock P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock ; only 6 passengers admitted in this coach. For seats apply to THOS. WHITFILLD, at Uie old Coach and Stage Office, old No 1, second office from Broadway in CourUwdt - street, or to a. l . uuuuKicti J. Co. no. 124 Broad v. vuniti vi i - cuai - iuttii i.tfr - m w A. N. B. All goods aad b a ex ace at the risk of tne owners. J. LYGtf & SONS, Powles Hook. WlLLlX1! GULICK & CO. Kingston. CHESTER BAILEY, Philadelphia. Expresses sent to any part of the Continent by jan 20 THOS. WHITFIELD. MOJYTGOMEkr'S POMS. rpHISday received by T. & J. SWORDS, JL 160 Pearl - street, handsomely printed ia two volumes, 24mo. price two dollar, a new aad complete edition ol the work of James Montro mery, including several poems, now first published i tonether with a sketch of hi life. To which are added tome occasional piece by another pen, Jan 29 To Ihe CUistntof JVtu - s ork. ZERA11 HAWLEY Physician and Dentist, would inform the inhabitants of New - York, that be ha takea an oflke at No. 341 Pearl - street, where he will txtratl, clean, file, fit and ut 'J eeth in the most approved manner. He will alto prevent any irregularity of the tecendary teeth, if application is made to him in seasop. He flatter himself, from the experience he has bad in his profession, that be shall be able to give general satisfaction. For character the public are referred to Mr. Gee. P. bhipihan, merchant. No. 63 South - street, and Doctor A. Ives, No. 2b i Pearl - ttreet. Whom it may concern. (T This certifies, that Dr. Eerah Hawley it a regular bred physician, and in good standing with his brettikv - n in this place ; that he bat paid particular attention to th art of Dentistry, has studied the best European works on Uie subject, and has given very good satisfaction ia this branch to his customers, who are persons of tho first respectability in this city. We therefore, with entire confidence, - recommend Dr. Hawley to the eitixens of New - Yort, aia dentist. iEneas Munson I Eli Ives Nathan Smith Jonathan Knight. ' Professor of the Medical Institution of Yale Col Colleg. New - Haven, Jaa 22, 1818; feb 3 lw J uremic Uookt, Dissected Maps, kc. THE subscriber has still on hand, a general and pleasing assortment of books for youth, dissected prints, maps, and cards of amusement, for sale, wholesale or retail, at his store, No. 2 William - street. Purchasers cf particular books, kc. will do well to apply early, as tha numbers of some are low. Jan 28 2w THOMAS DARTON. MIM.V1URE FAINTING. MADAM E J ACOT, lately arrived from Neu - chatel, in Switzerland, respectfully tenders her service to the ladie and geetlemea ofthis city and neighbourhood. She will, a may be most convenient to Uiose who way favor her with their commands, take likenesses in Uieirown families, or at her residence, No. 16 Spruce - street ; wliere specimens of her style and execution may be seen. feb 3 lwt . THE ALUI.SEsS. THE exhibilioo ol this intereiting female will, in future, he on every Monday and Fridav during tho week, at the City Hotel. Adoiisaioa 60 cent ; ticket to b bad at the Dar feb 3 UK IjOUR thousand Gunny Bag - , for sale by ' CE151U CUMING, Jon n - 78 Pearl, itrcct A eUtoertliij public know how to dutiacaiah a. V tx". lU.nll,,.! A:er - e lOCTGR HORSE, formrrr . ' Wtbj ritw i rm li - .n - Z, member ot thm krmlew r J 'tm A surgery there, deera it Lu du w icpoM auuie oa - Tauotul ca Use abiwe of MERCURY. , A rash, indiscriminate, and unqualified use thereof, ba been produc 1 1 u. rF infinite i. ' . r rr - i sands are aanually mercarialixed out of exist. tBf;e I d.'eae re have in view owe ite fa - ai ieuii, uneny to uiuaource. What a nita that a young man, the hope of hit country, auJ the darhn? nriii no - oni. .i,ni4 k. . r . w sy irom all the protpect and enjoyment of Ufa hv inn rmiiKnii.ni ,f - s - - - - - uu0juiuj moment, inn hv a ni mt in St. n n.t.. e l . t which only prove so from neglect or improper treatment.'' A gemtleaiar, (late Dr. H m. tleit imi wrU II hiihi.n.l .!i i . ' under physician of genera practice, six years! Dr. 11. (by a gentleman of this city) hi boLei were CArious, and hi flesh dropping from them - bi friends declared be could not possibly survivs two months longer. Thousands experim - ataji - . know w ith what ease and safety Dr. 11. eraill. - cute Uie severest case, and confirms the cca.ii! tlitinn - Th. llnHnrli nbin tuAurf..l .r1"' - - i " Ulllllf I 0 iJfc cttnry to guard the public agaiiKt U aoui .r m - srbarv i.n.l aMh.a fall .lul...sVH. I .11 ? """Jf vMivi aaataa Uuiusiuu. UCitJ (Oftil PaaMfxana tl,r.Tfn a Itnwtitar - a.. a rale diwrtJcr, or eutin latent poiwn. Jl imuii nun uieir coastitc - tion, or conceal the disorder, till past recora rf ; othershaviug Uie remain of ua old cat nr if liop ir.iii.ril 1.1. .rf,n t Ia.J . - i, a wea as 0th. ex complaints of a delicate nature, io eithaf ur mknrstfl ra riion (in u - vt'. I 1 t i - ' - .eia.j., aim ao jut tics to their conscirm ts, by making applicafin. to Dr. II. at hi, old ar.d reipfctable 3 hshment, No. 64 Water - street, four houses wii of Old - sliis to obtain Urat jprtunpt auistanre a. lone calculated to prevent Uirciosure. And Lera ' let tne claim your serious attention Rcniemhe, a auiU'rcinl rurp is nn rim ui ..11 .i .. . 1 . - . :. - " wuiess uie business is radically done, you will certainly haw i ...nu - imi reuouNed ma ignity, at some future period perhaps then will he too late for remedy. Don't you often meet i Ihe streets miserable, mutilated Uiiif. wii, even a bit of nose oo Uitirfuce? TahYwanX 1 beseech you. - Ur. H's. character for skill and stubbori int - ; grijy being nuivw.tlly knuwn in thU city, su.es . 1804, guaranlee to pa4eiiU U.at delicacy ands. crecy hilherto unknown, anil having coniiacd his practice for years past, exclusively to the cure of diseases ol ti.c blood sj stum, they may safely ci. culte on lr most divided auvoutagts ia ci. sultii.g Dr. H. ' . , .' Gleet eradicated In tw, or three weekt... Stricture removed wiUiout bougies nr any ouV er instrunf at ; and all debilities; liiwewuu all old ulcerations, fistula's ttr. . A plurality of offices are prorided, and to sit. ,: ated that patient ore not exposed toeach other's observaUou. Open tilt half post 9 ia the evening ' All persons concerned are invited to be rtmu tailing, and speaking with Dr. H. which is free of coil. And here the Doctor cannot avoid the expression of gratitude for innumerable recommendations, and for tlie derided preference fit is nreaunied with iuaf raucrl tnna. l.: i , - - j y - to - ,..a iuiu UJ a judicious public. N. B. All letter matt be post paid. Dr. Buchanaa. Aug 27 v AKl flltU qUALKKRi JiOR LUPoIi. TIOA'. El It EVANS' super m . ;nethod of curitg a certain Disease, iMW Bnir - . tally acknowledged in this city ; his mitde of trealuitmi It perfectly mild. safe. e. ipeditiou. and Ilia rh.ra Sreatonable. la every "instance he warrant a car,. 2aiid will return ).. - .;.. itHh'; - notpertoraiagreaabi ,Ylliii;, contract. . - , , i : t - j . The strictest secrecy always ohserved. TWe are many person in Uiis city aad it . ' cinity, laboring under various cbroaic diseases, such as cancers, old inveterate ulcers, scrofal or king evil, fistulas, diacase of th urethra, bladder and ludaie, old complicated compb - Uw ,' of a cermia nature, Uliou and other obstruction, rhcumatisBx, Ac. which they consider incu - hospitalrin Europe 12 years, under tome of the first Surgeons and Physician ia the world, and made those obstinate disease bi constant stsdy for 30 years. Oct 12 , Kr WHEATON k DA VIS, Fancy Chair Manufac - ' turers, No. iSSFulfoo - street, oppofiU St. Pawls Church, ", offer for sole, wholesale nml retail, a large and elegant assortment of CHrtd Maple,' plaia painted and ornament - ' ed in gold fc broaie, Bamboe. , Plain and Cilt Balls, Rocfc 1 ing, Sewing, and Coaverta - . . lion Chair. Bofa. Settee. Loongees, Music Stool, kc ' , Orders from any part of the continent executed ' with uealuess and dispatch. ' v; Old Chair repaired, painted aad ornamented. oci 13 : . t WH I vtf . . , . , ., , . .. . ivy iu. ..wiMiuEi uaviu I ri.euuj reiurnau , from England with aa important improvement ea - the artificial spring LEG, be takes 'his method , - of informing his friends and tha public, that all ' thosa who are to unfortunate aa to ba in want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by an , ' plying at No. 77 Bartlav - street. New - York. - 1 - Jan 32 WM.. PURVIS. 111 t(i IMtti ii ii;ji LEE'S ITCH OLYTMEAT. WARRANTED aa infallible remedy at on i application, may be used wilh'perfsct. safety on infants a week old, not conUm'ng ? ' particle ol mercury,or any danger our iDgredisat ' " whatever, and not accompanied with that offca sire small which attend the application of other", remedies. Tha above mr Jicixies ore prepared ami sold t ; LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 46 Maiden - Lane. ' and sold by S. CARLE, cornet of Fultoa and ,, Water - streets. Druggitts and cooatry ttore - keepert supphed - oa liberal term. . Jaa 39 " , NOl'ICE, . THE co - partnership heretofore existing between tlw ubscrirMr. lituWr tha firm hwKkytL Abbott, is this day dissolved, by tonl consent. The affair of the concern wul be , settled by Tboma Buckley, 153 South - street - - , New - York, 1st ilo. 10, 1(518. ' , " THOMAS BUCKLEY, . ROBT. A Bit ATT, ju. THOMAS BUCKLEY, having takea bis toi ' JOHN IJIWRENCE BUCKLEY, into co - partnership, the Com mini oa huiirut will be continued on thfir nccooot, nailer . je firm ei THOMAS BUCKLEY Jt SON. 1 no 14 lm PIANO FORTE FOR cALE. ' - ANEW and fashionable iaitrameot, mnde bT : one of Uut best London manufacturer, aad io complete order, will be sold cheap, at the Awijir wiju. 1. 1 1 ii . . . Ik. mI VaAuirW at 33 Cedar - street, corner of Broadway. - ' . JnnSl NEW - TORK: PRIXTED A. YD PUBLISHED T JtlCHAEL BLlUfUAMk CO No. 42 Piaa - eracrr. , - ' - 1

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