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IN CHANCERY. - r; t , i - . t LI CHANCERY. . ' , Siate ofNew - IN nurtnarice of a decrel al order of thit honor hie court, will be told at public auction, at the v Tontine CofiVcHouse in the city of Mew - York, wider the di.tction ol the subscriber, a ooeof : the matter ofthit court, on Saturday, tbefour - . teeatii rt.IT id February next, at twelve o'clock ' at nooo. all that certain house and lot of ground. eituate on tlie westerly aide of Nassau - street, in the. third ward of the city of New - York, and ' known ai n'iniber51, bounded at follow : easl - crly to front, by Nassau - street, westerly in the - rear by property belonging to Mr. Isaac Mead, northerly by Mr. iloo'gkinson'i Tavern, and eoutlierly hy property of Mr. Elisabeth Giron - r. ". court, containing in breadth in front and rear twenty five feet, in length 'oo the northerly side . one hundred and twelve feet (our inches, ana on ' the southerly tide one hundred and ten feet ten , . inches, be tlie sanie more or lets ; together with all and sirgular th heretfitauientt and appurti - ' ' iiuvct thereunto belonging. Dated the 23d day or January, luio. , KICIHRDI. WELLS, ' ..'. - . Mailer ia Chancery. Notsi The terms of the sale will beat M . low ( III nrr rent on the dav of sale. 15 per cent . oo the 6it day of May ant, at which time a . deed will n t secured ana possession siren i uie residue to be paid in seven years, with interest v. ball yearlyseecured by a bond and mortgage on the Drcmites the house to be injured by the t - purchaser from tha said first day of May until the purchase maney aad interest thereon is paid, and ., the policy to be transferred to the mortgagee t or runner particulars appiy at me masters oi - rice, N. 60 Pine - atreet Jan23d3w LN CHANCERY ' . . Slalt of Nttr - Yorlu H IN pursuance of an order of this honorable ' ' Court, will he sold at public auction at ine 1 oo tine Coffee House, in the city of New - York, un ' der the direction of the subscriber, on tha 37th - Ut of November inst. at ELEVEN O'CLOCK ; ia the forenoon All that certain lot, piece or - parcel ol ground situate lying and being in tne " fourth wan - of the city of New - York, commea tins 40 feet from the southwest corner of new - ' market - slip (late Catherine - street) and Cherry etreei, and running westerly along Cherry - street 40 feet, to ground now or late the property oi' John Hol - man ; thence southerly along said ' ground 120 feet to Water - street ; thence rait - . erly along Water - street 40 feet, to ground .' now or late or Bonus Moure, men nortneriy a . lone said rround ISO feet, to the place of begin , uiog. .Also, all that certain other lot, piece or parcel ol ground, situate, lung and being in tne fourth ward of the city of Mew - York, directly in the rear of me above described piece or parcel of ground, and commencing 40 feet from the southwest corner of new - market slip, and Water j street, and running westerly along Water - street 1 40 fei t, to ground of John G. Coster ( thence ' southerly along said ground 160 feet to South - street, theore easterly along South - street. 40 feet ' to gnund now or late of bull us Moore, thence northerly along said ground iou leet, to me piacc Of beginning. J cgcther with the uereditaraenls and appurtenances to the same, aad every part . and parcel thereof belonging or in anywise ap - , ptrUuung. uated .nov. 4th, 1UI7. . THOMAS BOLTON, I Master in Chancery. The ahore will be sold in scperale lots. The - terms of sale will be liberal and may be known by enquiring of the Matter, No. 44 fine - street, ' when: mi' of the premises con be Ken. nov 4 Iawtl9.hd'a The rde of the above proierty is postponed to the 28th day oi January nett, at the same hour and plduce. Dated Nov. IKh, 1 817. , THOMAS BOLTON, ' Master in Chancery, nov 27 lawUar.SOdts The a'lqve sale is lurther postponed to the 13th day of February next, at tlie same hour and place. Jan. 28, 1818. THOMAS BOLTON, " Jan 59 Ids Master in Chancery is u f.t,trtt. State of .New - York, ss. "' ""''T Ol tlilS tl an, win oe sold at punur auction, al I tie loo ! tine Coflee House, In the city of Sew - York, un derttte direr (ion of thetiilwriher, as one of the masters oi this court, on I huridaw, the 8th day of January next, at tttelrt o'clock at noon, " ali tiiat certain block, or niece of around and soil under water, In he made hind and ground, out of tne norm or Hudson's Kiier, situate, lying and ' being between Washington - street find a certain new street of seventy feet in breadth, to I made fronting on the said .north Kiver, called w fit - street, and is boonted as follows: north - eniterly ana easterly by Liberty - street ; north - westerly and westerly by West street aforesaid; south westerly and westerly hy Cedar - itrrM, and south - eusieny una easterly by Washington - street : containing in breadth on Washinctoa - street and West - street one hundred and ten feet six inches, and in length along Liberty - street one hundred and eventy - seven fee t, and along Cedar - street one hundred and leventy - two feet" ; together wnn ine appurtenances, subject never theless to the rents, covenants, restrictions and agreements to which said premises are subject, in favor of the corporation of the city of new - York, as imposed, reserved and created by uitia. iatea ,nov. loin, miv. J7 JAMES A. HAMILTON. ' ' "1 Master in Chancery, Nole. The tale of the above property is poit - poned to FridW, the 30th instant, at eleven o'clcck, A. M. at the same I 'ice. It will be sold in loll or parcel, and on liberal terms, which may tie known by applying at (he Masters office, no. 3 uuiMingi ; wnere a map oi tne pre mites may be seen. January Oth, I til 8. , Jan9dts The above sale it further postponed to the ele renin day of February next at the tame hour and place, jau. aoth 18 1. JAMES A. HAMILTON, fc - b 2 dtds Master in Chancery liN CHANCEKY. State of New - York, is : IN pursuance of an order of thit honorable court, ii! he sold at public auction at the Ton tine tollee (louse, in the city ol New - York, under the direction of the subscriber, on tne twenty exttilh dav ol" November instant, nt KLKVKN O'CLOCK in the forenoon, all that certain lot, piece or parcel of ground, situate, lying and be' jus io the filth ward of the city of .Nw - York fronting on Lnight st. (HUDSON SQUARE,) boundrd northerly in the reor by Vestry - street, easterly by the house and lot now (or latr) occupied y Airs. Murray, westerly by a house and tot late of Leonard Lispeoard, deceased ; con taining in breadth, in front, and rear 31 feet 6 Inches, and in depth on each side 175 feet. Said premises brinx held under and hy virtue of a certain demie from the rector and inhabitants of: the city o( New - York in communion of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the ttatc of New - York, for the term of ninety - nine yean from the xoui aaj oi Aiarcn, ibUi ; subject to tne yearly rent ol $15, and to the provisoes, covenaots and agreements contained in said lease : togelher wnn me nereanaments and appurtenances io the tame belonging or in anywise apiiertaining AaKU HUf V, lull. THOMAS BOLTON, M After in flharu - erv. The terms of tale, which will h tihni be known hy enquiring at the office of the mas ter, no. 4i i ine - street. nov 4 oawtlOtli&dts Tlie sale of tbe above pronert v is notnnneri the S8lh day of January neit, at the saute hour ana piaie. unca inv. j7tn, um. THOMAS BOLTON, Master in Chancery, nor S7lawU2Cdtdt - The alove sale is lurther postponed to the 13th day of February next, at the same bur and place. J to. XV, IVIU. THOMAS BOLTON. Ja?9dlds Master in Chancery. IN CHANCERY. .. IN pursuance v an order of t:is honorable court, hearing date tbe nineteenth day of January in. notice i hereby given to ail the creditors of niiliani neila, deceaaed, to come in and prove (heir debts, hefnrr t he subscriber, as oan of tbe m 'ert of tut cotirt, at hit office No. 3 Law Buildings, o - or before the amib day of I ton' rj i - ext Dated Jan. 2R(h, 1818. I JAMES A' HA VilLTON, isbStf Master iaCJwacery. IS CnAN'CERY sTnTntiwmtiiee yifsntefjelat order of this bonora - th uxteenth day of uctoDer last ui oeaoiu ai pucnic nutuuu, Tontine Coflee House, in tne city oi w - u', under the direction of the subscriber, as one of the matters of this cenrt, on WUnetday the ttrtnlh day or January next, at twelve o'clock, at noon, ii thai retain ini. irnct or narcpl of land, situa ted in the county of Delaware, in the state of New - Tork, and in Evans' raieni, ana mmiwsi u great lot thirty four, and bonnded as follows : be - ginninat a stake and heap of stones near a beech tree, marked No. 34 and 37 j being the northeast corner of lot thirty seven s theoce along the north bound thereof south eighty nine degrees, west one hundred and twenty eisht chains and ninety six links to a beech tree marked No. 33 and 34 ; being the southeast comer of lot (No. 33, number thirty three thence along the east hounds tliereof, north three degrees, east eighty one chains and twenty links to a beech tree marked No. 31 and 34 ; thence along the south bounds of lot (No. 31) number thirty one, north eighty nine degrees, east the distance of one hundred and four chains, to a stake and heap of ttooet ; theoce south thirty live chains and twenty four links to a beecb tree maritea no. o ; tnence nortn eignty nine degrees, east twenty chains to the west bound of lot thirty five t theoce alone the same south forty four chains and ninety six links to the place of beginninc ? containing nine hundred and forlv nine acres and three fourths of an acre of land, with the appurtenances. And alto, all that cerium ouier loi, iraci, or parcel oi innu, mun ted io the county of Delaware, io the ttale ol New - York, in Evans' fatent, and known by great lot thirty seven, and is bounded as follows : Beginning at a hemlock tree mark ed No. 37 and 4, being the northeast corner of lot No. (40) number forty ; thenct along the north bounds thereor, south, eign 4 m ...... AnA t,..Mf rA.1 n4 ikit IJ UIUQ UICT7V. ITCWVIIC IIUH11C1 HUM .Ifii.j - fuur chains and ten linkt to a bech sapling marked No. 36 & 37 ; thence north three degree, east seventy eight chnms to a Beech tree with stones round it ; theoce on the south bounds ol lot thirty four north eighty nine degrees, east one hundred and thirty chains to a Bircb tree marked thirty - seven and thirty - eight ; thence on the west bounds of lot thirty - eight, south seventy - eight chains to the place of beginning, containing one thousand and twenty - four acres and one r . i - f I . I 1 rourtn oi an acre oi iana wiui loa appuncnaucc. Dated, December 3, 1817. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Dec 3 law4&dti Master in Chnncerr. (fcjT The sale of the above property is postponed to the eighteenth day of February next at tlie same hour and piuce. uatedJan. , iei. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jan 7 Sawts Master in Chancery IN CHANCERY. Stale cfJYci$ York, . IN pursuance of a decretal order of thit honorable court, will be sold at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New - York, under the direction of the subscriber, at one ol (hi - masters of this court, on Wednesday, the 18th day of February next, at 12 o'clock, noon, " Ail that certain lot of ground, situate in tlie seventh want ol the city of New - York ; bounded northerly in front by Division - street, southerly in the rear by a lot of ground belonging to Daniel Cor niff, westerly by a lot ol ground belonging to Ann Elder, and easterly by a lot of ground helonsint; to Cornelius Polhemus ; containing in breadth in front and rear, each twenty six eet. and in length on each side, sixty three feet six inches , and the use of a ganway of eight feet wide, leading from the said lot into Harman - street, in common with the proprietors of the lots of ground adioinins the sail aangwa; with the appuiteoaocet. Dated Jan. 27, 1818. J A .MLS A. HAMIL.IU?!, Jan 27 2awtF10dts Master in Chancery. .V CH.LVC'i. SlaleofM'tic - York, u. IN pursuance of on order of this honorable Court, bearing date the 19th day of January in stant, will he sold at pub ic auction, at the I on line Coflee house in the city ot INew - IorR, on the 16th day nt February next, at Vi o'clock at noon, under tlie direction ot tlie snbM - rtbrr ah the rest, residue and remainder m thu term of come nnd unexpired ol and mil ate, lying and beine in iJiS" TT unn situ - city ol" New - York, on tlie easterly sidelif a of the WllV honn.le,! in (rnnt h K nu .1 i v in 1 11TTH 'it and on the nortlierly side by trrnund beloneiiitz to John Jacob Astor, and on the southerly tide by Dronme - sirect : containing in nreadin in I rout and rear tt feet, and in depth on each tide 100 feet. Together with the buildings erected there on. baid premises being held under a demise from John Jacob Astor, Esq. for the term of 21 years, from October 1st, 1812, subject to an annual reut of 100 dollars. Dated January 23d, 1818. THOMAS BOLTON, Master in Chancery. The dwelling - house on the above premises to be valued and paid for by the lessor, at the expiration of the term, or the lease renewed for 21 years additional, at a rent to be fixed by two persons to be chosen by the parties, and at the expiration of the second term, the dwelling house to be valued and paid for at aforetaid. For particulars, enquire of the master, No. 44 Pine street. Jan 23 lawtF9dts IN CHANCERY. State of SfewYorkfti. IN pursuance of a decretal order of thit honorable court of chancery, bearing date the nineteenth day of January, instant, will be sold at public auction, at the Tontioe Coffee House, in the city of New - York, under the direction of tlie subscriber, at one of the masters of thit court, on the seventeenth day of February next, nt 12 o'clock at noor - all that certain lot of ground, situate in the 8th war 1 of tbe city of New - York, and known and distinguished on a map or chart of ground late of Anthony Bowrocao, made by Charles Loss, city surreyor, or by lot number 401, bounded westerly in front by Sullivan - ttreet, easterly in the rear hy ground now or late in the possession of Holden and others, nortlierly by lot No. 400, lately sold to Duraarett and Johnson, and southerly "by lot No. 402, now or late belonging to the said Anthony Bowrosan, containing in breadth in front and rear, each twenty five leet, and in length on each side, one hundred feet, with tbe appurtenances. Duted January 26ih. 1818. J AM Ed A. HAMILTON, Muster in Chancery. Jan 27 5awr)Fkdts IAN I J OFFICE IN U1ICA. 'fHE sulscriber hat opened an office in Genes L see - street, Utica, for recording and exhibiting for sale unsettled lands and improved farms in the United States generally, and purticularly the western district r. the state of New - York, anil solicits such person as are desirous of tellini their lands to furnish him with on pa, descriptions ann terms oi saie. This town having lieen for a long time a great thoroughfare for trail rants from Europe ana the eastern states, is consequently an eligible position or an esiauiiM.raeni, anoraiog laciuues 10 own era and settlers cl land. All commanications (postage paid) will be promptly attended to. As an ngent generally for the transaction of bu sinew, on cominiision, and collection and trans - mitsioa of mooey, he offers hit services to the public, unca, January, ibib. feh2dlaw4wclmt P. BO'R OCl COPIbsOF IV RIGHT ic HAtVElS. TREATISE on, That being Born Again, . without which no man ran be saved; bv Samuel Wright, D. D. ; to which it added, th't Communicant's Spiritual Companion, or an evan - ceucai preparation for the lord's Supper, by tlie Kevd. Thomas Haweit. GOO copies of Ibis vrk in sheets, or hy tbe tingle one. botnd, lor tale by c. tn.tKi ens, Circulating Library, 128 Fulton street. Jan 151m I 1ST I'Ulihslierf. a new AUnnl I h .hi. nl In ! diana, hy the Hnir. C. Harrison, to which is J i i .1 . ... .... ... amid, un - . - irvfy. omie Illinois territory, ny Gen. Mausfitld, price dollars. For sale by PRIOR A: DUNNING, No, 111 Wnter - otreet. A few copies of Shelton and Rensitt's large Map ot tlie United Sta'et, mounted and varnished, or folded in a case ; price 15 dollars, to be bad as almve. j,,, 31 jw Ort SALE, lor a term of yert, a heaithy, A active and venr caivahV nm wi.iw - h.2 will be difoosed of chean. a t i tlp ..It - n fl. tire Enquire at No. 2J North Moore - slrcet. I e T U ' IN CHANCERY. IN pursuance of an order of this honorable court, will he aohl at nublir. auction at the Tontioe flniTe Unim. in tha rit nf Naw - York. Under the direction of the subscriber, on tbe l7thdayof November, iortant, at ELEVEN O'CLOCK, in tlie forenoon, all those certain lots, pieces or par - celt of ground, situate, lying and being in the fifth ward of the city of New - York, at the south - hpiI comer of Waihinfton and Laieht - streeti,and running southwardly aloug Wahwgton - street Ct feet 6 inches, to ground of John Jacob Astor , theoce west wardly along laid Aster's ground 100 leet, to the water ; tnence noruiwaraty x iei - v inches to Laight street ; thence eastwardly aloog L.aieht - atreet HKJ leet. to llie Place oi oezinuinc . bounded northerly by Laight - street, eastwardly by Washington - street, southwardly i;y grouna i John Jacob Astor, and westwardly by lb water. And also, all those certain other lots, pieces or nnrceU nfrmunrl. situate. Ivioe and being in the said fifth ward of the city of New Yorkj" at the southeast corner or waiuwgton ana iaigm - ttreett, and running southwardly along Waihing - lou - itreet 75 fceL to c round of John Jacob At - tor J thence eastwardly along hit ground 80 feet, to other ground of the taid John Jacob Astor ; thence northwardly along said ground 75 feet to Laight - street j thence westwardly along Laight - street 80 feet to the place of beginning ; bounded northerly by Laigbl - alreel, west waraiy ny vr asn - ingtnn - street; southwardly and eastwardly b ground of John Jacob Astor. And also all those certain other lots, pieces or parcels of ground, ilnntfl. Ivins and beine in the taid fifth ward ol the city of New - York, 75 feet distant from the the southwest corner oi L.aigm ann ureenwicn streets : thence running southwardly along Green wich street 50 feet to eround of thence westwardly along said ground 00 leet to sround oi John Jacob AMor; thence northwardly 50 feet, along said Astor's ground, to other ground of the said John Ja :ol Aslur; thence eastwardly along said ground 80 feet to Greenwich - street, the place oi beginning i bounded northerly and westwardly by groundof John Ju - cob Astor, southwardly by gronnd of , and eastwardly bv Greenwich - street. And also all those certain oilier lots, piecet or parcels of ground, situate, lying and being in I lie said hlth ward of the city oi New - Yoik, at the northwest corner of Greenwich - street and Beach - street j thence running northwardly along Greenwich - street 100 feet to ground of Joseph Newton ; thence wettwardly along tbe ground of taid Jo - senh Newton 160 leet to Waslriiigton - ttreet ; thence southwardly along Washinston - strect 100 feet to Beach - street ; tbence easiwaraiy along Beatli - streel iou leei io me piace oi oeguining ; being one half the block whichlie between Greenwich, Washington. Hubert and Beach - st. And also all those certain other lots, pieces or parcels of ground, situate, lying and being in the said filth ward of the city of New - York, at the northwest corner of Washington and Beach - streets i thence running northwardly along Washington - street 100 feet to ground oi' Joseph Newton ; thence westwards alonar the erour.d of the said Joserh New ton 232 feet 1 inch to West street ; thence southwardly along West - street 100 leet to Bench - street ; tlience eastwardly along Beach - street 234 feet to the place of beginning ; being one hall the block or square which lies between Wash inston. West. Hubert, and Beach - ttieets ; to gether with the hereditaments and nppurtenan - ces to the tame, and every parcel tiiereoi belonging or in anywise appertaining. Dated Nov. 4th, 1C17. THOMAS BOLTON, .uasier in cnancery. For terms of sale which will be liberal, enquire of the master. No. 44 Pine - street, where a map of the premises may be seen. The above will be told in separate lots. nov 4 lawtl9dts The sale of the above property is postpom d t9 the 10th day of February next, at (he tame hour and place. Dated Nov 27th, 1817. Master in Chancery. nov 27 lawtFJiltt MAYOR'S COURT William L. Malhcw John Cornell pnd Sa rnh his wile. partition. 4N pursuance of an order of the court of coin mon pie's, called the Mayor's Court, of the 'City or new - iora, maae in ine nnove cause, wein - lend to sell at public, venduetoft, i inlJLr.iT frl rrrjVulvIf rSi ftt Ulfr lHngVithday of March next, at 12 o'clock at noon, all that certain dwel ling house, messuage, tenement and lot of land, situate, Ivina nd beinrin the fourth ward of the cilyof New - York, known and distinguished in a map thereof by lot number eighteen ; which taid and lot of land ts bounded as follows : southerly by Banker - street, easterly by Rose - velt - street, northerly by lot number seventeen, and westerly in the rear hy land belonging to Sa rah 1 nompson, containing in lengtn on eacn tide filty feet, and in breadth in front and rear twenty five feet each ; with all and singular the rights, ways, water courses, hereditament! and appurtenances thereto belonging or in any wise appertaining. Dated Cth Feb. 1818. JA.MISU. tux 1 JOSHUA PKLU Jun. Committionert. JOHN P. DIETERICHS ftT" The above premises are the corner of Biik.r and Rosevelt - streett, in the possession of JohnB. Kbhetls, WW. W. M'CLEEAN, Att'y. fell 7 2aw4w NJiW BOOKS RECENTLY published and for tale by KIRK k. MERC'EIN. 22 VV all - street, a narrative of the President's Tour, made during the summer of 1S17, through the nrlh - eastcrn and southwestern dopartmantt of the union. tLC.kc. i Lord Amherst's Embassy to China , tbe Memoirs of .iiaudins lieciianan ; tviandevine, a novel, ny Wm. Godwin ; Letters Irora the Cape of Uood Hope, being a n - ply to Dr. Warden's Letters; Knight of St John, by Miss Porter ; Bingley's Useful Knnwledse ; Coxe on Fruil Trees, with 200 engravings ; Purity ot Heart, or woman as she should be, a novel, by an old wife of twenty years. feh 6 - ' - THE AI.BINEtjS. THE exhibition of this interesting female will, in future, be on every Monday and Friday during the week, at the City Hotel. Admission 50 cents ; tickets to ba had at the bar. feb 10t CORPORATION PROPERTY. fyO be sold at public auction on Friday the J 20th imt. at the City - Hall, at 12o'clock 9 I .ots of Ground on the westerly side of Collect - it. between Anthony and Leonard - st. 12 Lots on the easterly side of Collect - tt. between Anthony and Leooard - sts. 7 Lots on the easterly side of Collect - tt. between Leonard and Fraoklin - tts. 1 Lot on the westerly side of Leonard - st. between Collect and Oranee - sts. ALSO, 6 Cellars under Catharine market, for 3 years from 1st May next. The upper part of the Watchhouse in El - dri.lge. late Tbird - at. for 3 years Irora 1st .May. . The upper part of the Watchbouie in Spring - it. for I year from the 1st May. The ferry a: Manhattanville for 1 year. A map of the Collect lots may he seen and particulars known at the Comptroller's Office, City Hall. feb 4 dtds Monthly Seientifie Journal. JUST published, the Moothly Scieidific Journal," containing disquisitions in natural philosophy, chemistry, and Ihe arts. Also, an extensive Mathematical Correspondence, price 25 cents, by Wariat, A. M. and fellow of the New - York PhilfHiiphical Society ; said by the editor at his academy, between No. 1 Murray - street and Bro.idway, where subscribers names will be thankfully received. Feb 4 lw rE.VC7.VG ACADEMY. MONMLL'R MAG LOIRE has tlie honor to inform the young gentlemen of thit city lha he ha opened a Fencing Academy at No. 5 Cou'tlandt - ftreet. where he teache that useful and elegant accomplishment. Hours trooi 10 A. M. to 3 f. M. and Irom 5 to 8 io the evening, feb 6 lwt A GENTLEMAN am hit ladv, with one child and servant, wishes to o lain hoard irom IstMav next in a resnectahleori irate fami ly, west of BrOhdway. A tine addressed to T. I. and left office, will meet with attention. leos jw PA TEST ELASTIC STROPS. - I E0RG E SANDERS, lately from London, jf once more ftddrestct tbe public, tbanlo them for past favors, and once more ventures to recomtnena nis tirops ow i.:Mn.. ,ki.t ever blest tlie ClttO Ol 0 11. :.,.,.! ,nv ulf.nhavuiir ercntle man. no win . - man in Ihe use of it, and when once possessed of the secret and a box of composition, be may say with the poet of nature, " To ibavc to sleep WIWWW - . . 1. . aM. I art. i hie. h..u in dmn - wruieuiuieniwntiHiu and who won lu near me ber ba - "e ; who would grunt ond tweat under 1 loathome beard, or a uun razor use, wi. .. ..l 1.:. n..:,t.i. mii. mil ha simule .Saunder 1 strop?" Come then to his manufactory at the 1 . . . n 1 X ll . ... corner of Keed - strect anu proanway, wu mn. .i will find tho subscriber aiwayi reauj ui ceive Ihe commands of bis customers. dec5 tf itiiL iti'II DINTMEN T. rpHE long and successful use of mis ojnimeni . 1 1 1 . . v.. w . . - - - - - . .1. is a suUicicut recoinmenaauon, been found to be a pleasant, sale ana certain re medv for that disaereeable disease in all its tta ees. It l lor t.ile in tne env ew - im, y 1 .. . . . .. e v..b J. A. .V W. K. 1'OSl. 0. 41 VTllliaoi - nn' - .i tl T Clark, No. 85 Maiden - Lane ; H. H c.u:.n - . i:i. i ' Kn lO'l l'.rl.trpet : Law Cl llieurilll . vu. . - v. .i - i, . rence t Kert, No. 195 Pearl - ttreet Hell Bowne, 146 Pearl - ttreet ; R. ft L.Murray, 313 i 1 .!.... . 1 m p..K,.nt 11 J I'earl - street : John Penford, No. 4 Fletcher - street Duryee At Poe, in Pearl - street; Jonn niornwni, i a . Tk ST")' 1 lAfl Uuoil. Greuiwich street; John r. risner, iuo . 1 1 ' 1 . 1 . tr g.t and Broadway, and also inChalhara - street ; and in sliort it may be procured ai mosi oi 111a Mores in Ibis city Also in i niiaaeipiim, vi u u - 1. . Cumi Mnnell . North & Ro 1 1 1 1 IT I r 1 1 a u mi - , Mtm t. 7 gers, and almost all the druggists in the principal ' it.. I a .1 Cl.i.. lOWm III 1113 JllJltu cmiCB. sstru'i2sT WHEATON'a JAUNDICE BITTER3 may , t 1 L.tMlln. oe nan at ine anove inace. j" "" THE EAST NOTICE. To those who are owing arreart of taxes, to the corporation of the tity and county oi iew Vi.rU frr The time limited for the payment thereof eipued on the 1st insL and I am now engaged in mi - king a return of such property at remains delinquent, preparatory loine aaveruscmeoiaiiu ii.le ihprenl'l'or the navment of said Taxes, and uch other sums at may be lequired to meet the expensctot such tale, wincn win ue iiace when completed. . I am dire ted to receive all wears which may he nnWeW. nrior to the completion of Ihe above - ouuied return and will att;nd at thitoifice dai ly from 10 to 2 n'cl ck, nniil mat penoa. T. W. Gil - UK RT, Collector. Collector's Office, No. 2 City Hall, January 15, 1818. Jan 16 1m COUPOH.1 TlO.y PROPERTY. rfOhetnld at msulic auction on Iriday the 1 "Oth February. 1 til It, at the City Hall, 12 o'clock. the Inch v va uable r ARM now occupied by Mr. VYi'liniu A. Hardenhrook, about 5 mile from th citv. containing together nearly fifty a - cres of land. It will be sold in lots from 5 to 10 acres each, situated on the Cth, th, 8th, 9th, & lUlh avenues ; on tne latter stand rre cwetnng house and out buildings, but a short distance from the Hudson River. This property is worthy the attention of those a ho wish to possess handsome country seats ; at its continuity to the city, commanding views of the Jluus m. reuren situation, nu cuuiw uihiihi of some of the ground, together with nn ample supply or wood, render u one oi uie mosi ursira hie oriocts ol purcoase. A niaoof the Dremises may be teen, and fur (her particulars known, at Ihe Comptrollers Of Bee, Ullv Hall. J " o 's TANNERY FOR SALE. rIO be told at public auction, on Wednetday, I the t8th day of February next, io the area of the Exchange Coffee House, in tbe town ol Boston, at 12 o'clock at noon. All the real estate bcloneiotr to tlie Hampihice Leather Manufactory, situate in the town of Northampton, in the state oi iviassacnaseui. .Xhcestatc will be sold in four lots, vis : - 0. 1. f - nntnmin nhont ?tl ncnes Of land. near oil ccaiiiV'wfsi.iBsww' rspumiuiu IC UI lllb IUU U. If li.ll.UIULIlVU, Ull which is erected all those extensive and valua ble buildings, lately occupied by the corporation for tanning of leather, with aiout 300 vats, tome of which are very large end part of them under cover, in wmcn leather may be handled during the winter ; it it presumed there it not in Uie stale so extensive and valuable an establishment for carrying on the tanning business at this. A particular description of the buildings am) privileges would take up too much room for an advertisement. Lot No, 2 contains about 3 acres, tituate en the north side ol the county road, directly opposite to lot No. 1, on which are two dwelling nouses, with convenient out buildings, it on high ground, and considered a very delightful situation. Lot No 3, containing about four acres of land, situate on the easterly side of Mill River, about I wo miles from the meeting houje in Northampton, with a valuable mill privilege and buildings Ibereon. Lot No. 4 contains about one acre of land, nn which is erected a bark mill and bark sheds, situate near Edward's tavtm, about 6 miles Irom Northampton, on the Albany road. Any person having an inclination to purchase all or any part of the foregoing property, are invited to examine it. 1 lie corporation pledge themselves to sell to the highest bidder, being determined to close their concerns. Any information respecting the estates may he obtained on application to JOSIAH DW1GHT, Esquire, at Northampton, or EBENEZER FRANCIS, jan 1 4 India - street, Boston D LYNCH, Junr. having made, arrangements . with a respectable house in Madeira, to be supplied with a proportion of tbe wines of the Parishes ol St. Antonio and Cama de Lobos, (universally acknowledged to produce the best Madeira in the Island) has opened a wine store, at No. 40 William - street, where be will receive orders for (hit wine, from gentlemen wishing to lay up a stock for their own use ; and (hy the agree nientwith the house in Madeira) if the wine, on arrival, be not approved by D. L. J, it it not to oe sent to the parties ordering it. D. L. Jr. has taken great pains to procure from various places in tbe United States and tne West Indies, the best Madeira, that was to be pun based, in the wood, and old bottled wine, of very superior quality, irom private stocks, which he now offers lor sale. He will constantly keep on hand an assortment of the choicest wines and liquors, selected with care by himself, and will sell none which be cannot WARRANT PURE as IMPORTED. Jan 10 Im R LA CK W ELL'S MLAJVi) fOR HALE. IT is situated about five nii'et irom the citr, and contains about 115 acres of lahd of the heat r ' 1 1 1 1 r v uitn a &rm rl uil 1 1 niy kin.n hi... J ...... m - u ., ..... I ' ' U .71. , uai.., ic. Possession may be had the 1st May.orear - ner, ii requirea. mon oi uie purchase money may remain on bond and mortgage, fora number of yeait. For further particulars, enquire on the premises, or of 1 ADAMS & BLACKWELL, Jnnf2 175 Pearl - street. BOOKKEEPER'S I IREC1VRY JUST published, The Trial Balance or Cook - keeper's Directory; showing a complete system of book - teepins - . commenced, carried nn. and closed, aad new books opened, upon a cler ana experimental pirt - j. By 1 hotnat H. God - Jxrl, accountant. On a large sheet. Price 50 centi. For sale oy PRIOR & DUNNING, Jan 30 5w No 111 Water - st. Jl BROWN, stone seal engraver andjewel - J. . ler. No. ICG CroaJway. Coats of arms, erects, cyphers, &c. CDgraved on stone. A handsome assortment of fine gold teals, chains, and other jewellery. Ladies' seals engraved with coats of arms motto - , and faucy devices. Diamonds, amethysts, crystals, kc. bouttl in the rough or cut p. any form. Books of heraldry kept with npwanls of ou,uw oamei. J a 7 3m POST CHAISE USF. l - AII PIIII. 1 11 E li P II I A ' arjn ru 4 icc miti. nn - rv convenience 1 tie iU4 1 ivliniuii, ...... . . for Passengert and (heir baggage (Ihrough 'o oire day) will leave the Post Chaise twice, no o.ou - way, opiiosiie ine v.ny jjo'ci - ""j day t excepted) at 7 o'clock in the inornin?. I'J u.v nf Newark, and arrive the tame day at 1 hi - l&delphia. . ... . ... The DIAILi nbUi,iaofwiniiiii."'"; r - L . I. ai .nn.rniul I mfll lOT 1 &S - loOaCIl, Willi a - .uii - r - i.iM w.A IkohKairirna... Mi l IpftVe the'S - HllC seng" - - r .... - . ... place every nay iciuiaay r'. f - i .i b f r i,in nmi.M hefnre theMail.and U Llin - R .....a win , ..... , llm innnrnienre olStOPDineul nil. mvi.i. . - - - - i . . the numerous Post Officet on the road, but every accommodation proviaea ior ine irnvcor.. arrive some hours before the Mail at Philadel - HUB. I""" a.i..iai.a .... , I - . .ii I I 1 . . t ll.a mnM l JZJ Ailgooas anu uugsnfj ... .. - . the owner. JOHN N.CUMMINU, KewarK. JOHN GUL1CK & SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON it HOWELL, Philadelphia. JV. It. Krnrrttetimlloanvvartoflht Ihxiltd States, by L. BAKER It CO. Jen 28 tf POST COACH LINE roil PHILADELPHIA - BY WAT Or POWLBS - HOO IMPORTANT TO A 6 8 BUT. Ml. Kn cnoiertinn with the iwst chaise line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, ANDOPPO - i NEW Line of Post Coachi! with every con - ...;..a.. fnm niiunnn nnd hnprnsp. on g,nf;.TIlROUGH IN ONE DAY. The Poit Coach will ttart from the Coach office, old No. 1 Courlland - street, N. York, every morning, Sunduyt excepted, at I - 2 past 6 o'clock, by way of Newark, New - Bruniwick, Prince ton, Trenton and tsnsioi, ana arrive i i uniauci - phia the same evening. ' ' 'Ik. .V. Unnl l.inr INDUSTRY, will slart from New - York every morning (Pun - . .v i ,v . i i 1 1 r i nays excepieaj ai iu a cis,in mc vimm ui Ataianta, irom ine norm sine oi in - ! uouc.j, lodtre at Kineston. and arrive in Philadelphia next day to dine United States Mail Coach, with a guard, with on springs. The U. S. mail coach wilt start imw i lie VUUVU vufvra uiu wms ' - - - . ' . , s. 1 1 lork, every - nay aizo'ctocB, r. anu nrnvc at rr.iiadFihia neii morcnig wog tiwi. vjihj A nassaasu sm tiilrtiit (H . For seats in the above named Lines, opply to TIIOS. - WHITFIELD, at the old estal.lisjied r'n.ik ei... ml mttm Rnnt nlfirr. nt fh old vn.ii, - Ps u ii .' - , - 7io. 1 Uourtlandt - siieei, uie seconu oince; irom v .l .i. mini DDna'U Broadwav, wew - iora, ; io lonni Dn.w.i, n. i uI.i,;..i..i,..i.yi. T.lionil. RICH & CO. No - 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, New - York. fc7 - AII goods and baggage at the ris ot tne owner. JOSEPH LiOR, BU.VS At Jit. N. B Expresses sent to tny panel me i - ion - THOMAS WHITFIELU. Jan 22 U. b. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, WITH A GUARD. The public are assured that thit line is etiutti to any in the U. S. for the convenience and comfort of the traveller. Willi the addition of Iff., f - 11 his ba t'l unfliM - MUU ,'1 1 v.lll ibicij UIC iUHH llt - ver beiiie left whilst chanxiuz at the post officet. neiy u without a perton oo tbe box. The war mail It put in separate bagt and changed io the European style. The U S. Mail Conch will ttart from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtlaid - steet, New - York every day at 2 o'clock P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia nextmoming at 6 o'clock ; only 6 passengers admitted in thit coach. For seats opply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old Conch and Stage Office, old No 1, sec ond office from Broadway in CourtlamM - street, or to A. T. GOODRICH ii Co. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street. New - York. N. B. All goods and baggage at the risk of the owners. J. LYON & SONS, Powlet Hook. WILLIAM GULICK ii CO. Kingston. CHESTER BAILEY, Philadelphia. Eipressei sent to any part of the Continent by jan 20 THOS. WHITFIELD. 'Jo the C'rttreru of Acts - 1 ork. ZERAH HAWLEY Physician and Dentist, would inform the inhabitants of New - York, til at he has taken an offire nl n. 191 P.,. street, where he will extract, ceon, jile,il and tet J eelh in the most approved manner. He will oisu irecni nny irregularity oi me teconaary teeth, if amplication ia mmU Ia him In uamn He flatters himself, from the experience he has bad in his profession, that be shall be able to give general lumiaciiou. Kor rhnrnrfnF lh rt.iMir MfaMj (a 1 Geo. P. fchipman, merchant, No. 63 South - street, I Tl . . . . ...... r. ... uiiu iucior a. ives, no. zb reari - ttrcet. IFAom ii mav concern. CiT This certifies, that Dr. Zcrah Hawley is a regular bred phyaician, and in good standing with hit brethren in thit place ; that he has paid particular attention to the art of Dentutrv, has siuaien me oen turopean woiks on tne tupject, and has given very good satisfaction in this branch to ms customer, who are persons of the first respectability in this city. We therefore, with en tire confidence, recommend Dr. Hawley to the citizens oi itw - 1 ore, as a dentist. iEneas M union I Eli I vet Nathan Smith Jonathan Knight. Professors of the Medical Institution of Yale Col College. New - Haven, Jan 22, 181(1: febSlw WANTED. A white girl about 16 - - ram nf utrm In .ft nl An . 1 1 .. . .1 - - - " mivim uii laujr anu 11I1C child. One who can bring recommendation anticfoetnev a t n tcriA..:A n n . r. w , " . .ljUSIlll.l, IICH1I.I.W, ObC. may hear of a poocl and permanent place, by applying immediately at No. 64 Creenwicb - at. jan 23 lOUll thousand Gunny Bags, for sale by r CEBRA CUMING, Jan 23 76 Pearl - street. M U S I C. ALL tbe Songs, Duetts, as sung hy Mr. Thi - lipps at (he New - York Theatre, for sale at Wm. DUBOIS' Piano Forte aud Music Store. No. 126 Bsoadway. Behold in his soil expressive face Too love is warm awhile Tit but aory't sketch It there a heart that never tovM In vain ma v tiiat bosom lost quite deplore My early day what jojt was thine Love's young dream This blooming rote at early dawn Robin Adair Beautiful Maid Let - rime tound tbe trumpet Had I a heart Evtleen's Bower Dear maid 1 love thee Ah sure a pain was never teen Suid a tmile to a tear Sigh not lor love My heart with lore it heating The celebrated serenade of Lillaccme down Bird Duett to me" Hnra't wreath. With a large assortment of new merle, dec 24 A ttiKtralBS public ktow how to (liilwanitB tweea thiDgt that differ. DOCTOR HORNE, formerij of the city of London, ana mom ber of the faculty of phycia and turgery there, deerus it Lis da. ty to repeat tome ooaenrations ca the abuse of MERCURY, a rash, indiscriminate, and unqualified use thereof, fcat been productive of infinite mischief. 11u. sandt are annually mercurialised out of exist, ence. Tlie disease we have in view owes itt ft. tat results chiefly to thit source. " What a pity that a yoeng man, the hopes of hit country, an J the darling of his parents, should be snitched a - way from all the prospects and enjoyments of lir by the consequences of one unguarded moment, and by a disease not in itt own nature fatal, and which only prove to from neglect or improper treatment" A gentlemar, (late Dr. H's p. tienO now perfectly hearty and well. h,l kL. under physicinnt of geneial practice, tix years. nnH reoea.tpdlvflariv&li A i irlipn rMnmm..j. i Ui. It. VI aaiwiiieuiBu oi mil cuyi lu bonu were carious, and hit fietb dropping from them hit friends declared be could not possibly survive t wo mom hi longer. Thousands experimental! know with what eae and tafcty Dr. Jj. eradi - catet the severest cases, and confirms the consti tution. The Doctor't plan (advertising) j tZ cettary to guard the public against the aousa r bii:ii.uij, ai.u uinri iouii uciiwiuui, ueia lOnh - Persons, therefore, having contracted a private disorder, or suspecting latent poison. Y.I admonished not to tamper with their coi.ititu - tion, or conceal tho disorder, till past recots - ry ; othershaving the remains of an old com! or other impurities of the blood, at well as oth! 1 er complaints of a delicate nature, in either sex. tnouia .euiemoer posienty, and do justice to eir consci - rncet, by making appbcaUoa to Dr. II. at hit old and resnecfnhl. lisliment, No. 64 Water - street, four houses w..i rnu .L ,.;n i,.. . .... ui vi - bii', w vwiciiii vi m i iiiunipi. Baturtance a - lor.e caU ulated to prevent disclosure. And here let me claim jour seriout attention Remember a superficial cure U no cure tt nl ; unless thebn - tinestit radically done, you will certainly have the disorder break oul again with redoubled ma lipnity, at some future period ; perhaps then will be too late for remedy. Don't you often acet in the ttrcctt miserable, mutilated hpings, without even a bit of note on their fare Take warn ine I beseech you. Dr. H's. character for skill and stubborn inU - gri'y lieing universally known in this city, since l!!04, guarantee to putientt that delicacy and secrecy hitherto unknown, end having confined his practice forvcars pht, delusively to the cure ol diseases of tlie blood tyttom,.tbey may tafelycal. culate on the most decided advantages ia cot - Gleets eradicated in twe or three vreki. Strictures removed witliou bougies or any other instrument ; and all debilities i likewise all old ulcerations, fistula's &c. A plurality of ofiicet are prorided, and to lift, atcd that patients ore not exposed toeachothei'i ob - ervation. Open till half past 9 in the evening. All persons concerned are invited to be free ia calling, and ipeaking with Dr. H.whici it free of cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid the expression of gratitude for innumerable recommendations, and for the decided preference (it it presumed with just cause) long given him by s judicious public. 1 1 .ui... . i . . . i. ii. nn icueri must oe posx paia. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 lir Jf EITHER UUALKERl JSOU .Mi'Oifc Tvnv . . It. EVANS' superioi tin Disease, isnowuniier - tally acknowledged ia thit cny ; nis mode oi ueitmi - ul is perfectly mild, safe, ex - iuiuuui, ana nis cnarget reasonable. In every in stance he warranti a curt, aiid will return the ray ifbe ;uuea not pertorm agreeable iut;viKraci, The strictest secrecy alwayi obterved. 1 here are many persons in this city ju vi cinity, laboring under various chronic ttiaeaa?, such at cancers, old inveterate ulcers, scrofula. tiont, rheumatiim, Ac. which they consider inct rable, they can certainly be cured (in general) by applying at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, fid. 9, Peck - tlip, having practised in mA; - hospitals in Europe 12 years, under tome of the first Surgtoua and Physicians in the world, and raade those obstinate diseases bit constant study for 30 vean. Ck - t l Kr WHEATON ic DAVIS, Fancy Chair Manufacturers, No. 153 Fulton - street, oppoiite St Pauls Church, offer for tAle, wholesale and retail, a large and elegant assortment of Curld Maple, plain painted and ornamented in gold fx bronse, Bamboo, Plain and Gilt Balls, Rocking, Sewing, and Conversation f'k.... cr. . ci.u. wiiMl UWIMf wmf Loungees, Music Stools, tc. vraers irom any pan oi ine continent execuiea with neatness and dispatch. Old Chain repaired, painted and ornamented, oct 13 v. 17 The subscriber having recently returned from England with an important improvement oa tbe artificial spring LEG, be takes thit method of informing his friends and tbe public, that all those who are to unfortunate at to be in want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by if - plying at No. 77 Barclay - ttreet, New - York. Jm 22 WM. PURVIS. &TLTi ffiio it piiiij LEE'S ITCH OINTMENT, WARRANTED an infallible remedy at oet application, may be used with 'perfect safety on infants a week old, net corrtahvo? a particle ol mercury ,or any dangerous ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with that offaf - sire smell which attends tbe application of other remedies. ' Tho above medicines are prepared and toW tt LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 46 Maklan - Laea, and sold by S. CARLE,rnei of Faltoo aad Water - streets. Druggists and country store - keepers tuppli - on liberal terms. jia zj NO'I'ICR. THE co - partnershtp heretofore exiiting between the subscribers, under the 6rm of f - ticieyft Abbntt, thii day dissolved, by tuM content. Tbe affairs of tbe concern will oe settled by Thomas Bnrktey, 153 South - street New - York, lit mo. 10, 1818. THOMAS BUCKLEY, KOBT. ABBATT, Jan. THOMAS BUCKLEY, having taken bit tea JOHN LAWRENCE BUCKLEY, '011; partnership, the Commission busirast will M continued on their account, under .ie firm THOMAS BUCKLEY SON. 1 mo 14 lm HIMI 1'IIUTk' S'llR Sll.l' ANEW and fashionable instrument, made bT one of the best London manufacturers, " in complete order, will be told cheap, at tn owner wishes to Wave the city. Enquire at V Cedar - street, corner of Broadway. Jan 31 NEW - YORK t PRLSTEU AND PUBLISHED ti HICHAM. BVRNHAM k CO. NO. 42 Pljf - STET. . -

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