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OFUCE TO LET. Urnated aad PMloW OffiotUj? tola, hair triggers, made : bv Seckwlth, . .71,w .1; - Klffla Gun with Sword baronet. i Peck elip b.Mn above - App,y R. ft C. tf! DAVENPORT ft CO. , rAr".Tt ti i .M .t m - bUc auction oa Uw Ojyh Feb. if not previously disposed of at Elsitttated on U turnpike road, about 3 - 4 TTL':!. r Brooklyn ferry, commanding a bautfulvi - trofth. navy - yard and WaHaboat bv It contain about nine acrei of laud, in the uiht ttte of cultiv.tioo, having asparagus r"i. - i.:k nnJdu S00 oer annua 1 with bo - sft Mid 60 Encash cherry trees , Than are on the premises two house rrti.r.., The house, at present occupied b the subscriber, it large and Terr commodious, .iu) in sufficient good order for the reception of aav family. The barn is conveniently situated, and In excellent repair. There are likewise se persons desirous of purcliasiay are requested to call on the subscriber, when thej can exam ine the condition 01 tlie propeny. Feb IS TEUN19 I. JOrjNSON, iurtM - 4 RV RETAIL rpHE subscriber, in addition to hi 'eT' I a. . htm iunt ooened an assort f "turer in England, on terms which enables him Mo warrant them to his customers, consisting of V Superfine goia eyea sweuicv Imperial queens' Sharps, Imperial silver eyed between! - Imperial silver eyed blunts Imperial darners and u.rllnA.ii miMler'a blunts.. m mm rvtrl TrAfM f No. 1 to IS. peeiitvw evvua iu mil ha iDared bv the subscriber to bn ftt all times as complete an assortment of the above articles as any in the city, and tu cus. ha assured that none but best ne' Ai.. will ha kent bv him. Also, an assortment o, rich clasp, for ndicule..Tii Succcessor to Mr. N. Smith At bis wholesale and retail perfume manufac tory, sign of tlie Golden Rose, Wo. 149 Broad aatBV IfJWea W HI.OOMFIELD k FRAZERS PA TENT. TIIE public are invited to call at No. 38 Maiden - lane, and examine an open stove just constructed by the subscribers, after a model imported from Amsterdam, with improvements of their own, ana now lor me am ume maue u the United States. This patent combines all the conveniences and comforts of an open Are place, with all the advantages of a close store s afford - inr the cheap heat of the latter and at the same time the handsome and pleasant appearance of the former. For bed chambers they are uopa - rallelled by any Invention yet seen in this coun try. - BLUWltltLUJitttAiLIV. 'Feb 12 tf PRIVATE LODGINGS. 4 GENTLEMAN and LADY of the highest XX. respectability wish to obtain board and iodgiofs in a pleasant situation, and respectable family, where there are no other boarders. Their express object in this advertisement is to meet with lodgings "vhert no other boarder will be num. - n is presumed wis opportunity migm be beneficially enhanced by some family who nave never oeeu in ine naon oi taxing noaraers. but who from a wish to enhance their income ami a desire for comfortable society eight not have an objection to take 2 steady respectable persons for a permanency. If they could be accommodated with a separate sitting room, it would be an additional recommendation, and to save trouble, if such lodgings an be obtained, 1.000 dollars per annum win oe given, a une addres sed to B. Z, edtn. and left at this office, will be attend' leblZOt t To the honorable the judges and as - sistant justices of the court of common pleas in and for the coun " ty of Orange The petition of John Duer, of the town of Go - shtn in the county of Orange respectfully sieweth THAT your petitioner is seised in fee simple, aa tenant in common, together with the several parties herein after named, of airht eoul eight parts to be divided, of in and to all that certain lot, tract, piece or parcel of land, Niuate, ijmg aaa neing in ine vitiate oi new - bargb. in the said county of Orange ; bounded a the north by the street called the eight rod street, oa the east by the Hudson river, on the south by lands formerly belonging to Hiram Welter and George Monell, and oa th west by lands formerly belonging to Thomas Colden ; containing, asis supposed, two acres of land. And your petitioner further shewrth, thnt John lUlbeiinrdj of the state of New - Jersey, is also setseaaa aioresaid, oi rour oUier equal undivided forty eighth parts of the same'. That utannab Robinson, at present, as your ' petitioner is informed and believe;, a resident in mat part of the kingdom of Great Britain called Eaglrtnd, is alioseii - dai aforesaid, of four other equal amiividad inrty eitjth part of tne same. That John Stevens, of the stale of New - Jersey, m ano seisea as aioresaia, oi two oiner equal uo divided forty eiehth parts of the same. That Robert L. Livingston, of the county of vorauaia, inuui smie, aoo Margaret, mi wile, in the rigtiloftbe said Margaret, are alto seised as aforesaid, of oae other cual undivided forty eighth part thereof. And that Edward P. Livingston, of the said county of Colombia, and Elisabeth, his wife, in the rvfht of the said Elisabeth, are also seised as aforraaid, of one other equal undivided forty eighth part thereof. And that Lornelia. Livngston, of the city vof nci an uruu Liivingsion, ai present, as your petitioner is informeifand helixve. a resident in some part of the kingdom of Great buuid, ana reier &ane, oi the state or New Jersey, by virtue of an act of the leeisla'ure of ih state. yestiPK in them, as trustees, the estate of Peter Van Brugh Livingston, deceased, are also euea as aioresaid, ol tour other equal undivided forty eishth parts thereof. And that Alexander Robertson, of the city of New York, and Frances, bis wife, in the ritht of the said Frances, are also seised as aforesaid, of urn icmumnE i wen i j tour equal undivided forty eighth parts thereof. And your Petitioner further sheweth, that he is desirous to have Partition made of all and singular the said above described nrem'.ie among the said several owner or proprietors vi un lame, - to their several and respective rielit of. in and o tha herefore your petitioner prays that the said premises may be divided amon tie said several owners or proprietors, according to their said - u rnperiive ngnis, oy commissioners u aHliu,aieq - y tnis honorable court, in pur - .1 ,n,alc,on of h act. entitled An act for the partition of lands " - And your peti - ""iu, hjui ever pray, sc. TnU, . . JOHN CH7ER. ToJihn Rutherford, Susannah Robinson. John oteyens, rwoen L,. bivington and .Margaret .. . . wmignoo ana tjittibelb Ms wife, Cornelia Lwiojston, Peter Van Burirb Lningston, Peter Kane, Alexander Robertson and Frances his wife. lot will be pleased to take notice that a Petition of which the preceding is a copy, will be pre - ented to the honorable the Judges and Assistant Ju - ticei of the Court of Common pleiu, in and r the county of Orange, on the last Monday of May next, to he held at the court house in Go - ben, in and for the said county of Orange, at tea oVIock io the forenoon of that day, or as soon thertiatter as counsel can be heard, and an appli - cation wi" thereupon be made for the appointment of commissioners to make Partition of the rreuuses with the appurtenances in the said Peti - oa mentioned and described, according to the jrjer of the said Petition, and the directions of - v. oi ine legislature of the State of New C ,,.eo,.,.UM. . ac ror 'be partiUon of - . uated January 10, 1818. " ai ' j JOHN DUER. , Aitxander Ddsr, attorney for petitioner. fb 1 j dUMonMay WAiIR,S UT - aSth dy. - - 3498 200 oldatWaitea. . , feb 13 f T"10B GALENA cue very superior Pia - Also, two ilosen mahogany criair tiara es, newist London patterns, to be seen at . . LAW ft BUTLER, : feb 12 ' ' - - 127 Broadway. LAST DAY. A few tickets for sale this day at $15 ; tomorrow thfy will advance to J20 and oa Monday next the first drawn num - L - to the grand capital V prixe of $30,000 A j.J few chances may be Ol had, until 9 o'clock - i - J this evening, at the lucky lottery office of . JUDAHk LAZARUS, 74 Maiden - Lane. Where bave been sold in former lotteries most of the bighest prizes. ... . . , Prizes in former lotteries, foreign bank notes. and approved promissory notes, will be received in payment lor ucaeis. A correct check book is kept at the lucky lot tery office, which may be examined at all times Iree oi ex pence. im i i MEDICAL SCIENCE TICKETS at $15, Will continue selling Medical Tickets at the a - bove price until 9 o'clock tills evening and previ ous to the drawing to - morrow, at which time tbey will be advanced to 420. Adventurers for the 300 are again informed, that but very few of these tickets remain unsold. Prizes undrawn $30,000, for the first drawn number on Monday oext ; lu.uuu, uoaung ; auuu, 1000, 1000, 1000, seven! of 5U0, itlXJ, 1UU, &C, Feb 12 R' 1CHMON1) FLOUR 200 barrels Rich mond superfine Flour for sale by N. LAWRENCE, 172 Fulton - st. or 27 Old - slip. riEER isKlNb 6 bales brut quality lor sale by SAUL ALLEY. feb? 98 Pine - street. T TOBACCO, FLOOR, Sic. 2 hhds. sup Richmond Tobacco C bhis fine Richmond Flour 6 do fine Middlings 190 lbs. r'lotant Indigo 100 French Demijohns 5 qr. easks old bercial Madeira Wine 4 do old Malmsey do do For sale by W. s S. CRAIG. Jan 1 f A Vita D' WOLF, jr. 57 Frtwt - street, oflen IP for sale 60 tons clean Si. Petertburg hemp Russia duck ICOOOlbs. pre en coffee in hhds. entitled to drawback Roll brimstone, German steel do Writiug and wrapping paper do 1 $ cases half - pint tumblers do Castile soap and mould candles do 1 case Leghorn bats do 2 cast cholets do 1 case platillas Feb )0 JAMAICA RU.W ft FLOUR. 15 puncheons 4th and 5th proof Jamaica rum, of supe rior quality, and 100 barrels superfine Baltimore (Howard - street) flour, landing and for sale by Feb 9 90 Pine - rt. TOBACt'Q, COTTOf, fLOUH AMD WHEAT. FIFTY - EIGHT hhds prime Kentucky tobacco 26 bales prime new crop N. Orleans cotton 123 bbls flour, and 75 bushels wheat Received per bri Thomas, from New - Or leansfor sale at no. 87 Coffee - house - slip, by LAIDLAW, G1RAULT & CO. Who have iu Store, 1 case French linen cambrics 1 bale superfine black cloth . 2 cases Madrass Pulicato Hdkfs ; and 1 do imitation French cambrics Feb 11 lOt ZiiVIE LUHUANIa, 1000 lbs. just landed 1 cask containing and for sale at 67 South - street, by CAiYlBKELEixti t f EARSON. feb 11 AN I ON CRAPES Fresh supply Canton Urapej tor sale by MARCH ft LOW, feb 11 210 Broadway. CASHMERES, SA TTIN'ETTS AND CASSINETTS. A FEW cases blues, blacks and mixtures, oi various kinds, manufactured for a southern market, will be sold low for cash or approved paper. Also, at reduced prices, several cases of blue black and mixed broadcloths, among which are some oi vvoicoirs superones, ai me CUM. tUMMni'S Ware - House, 148 Peart - street. feb 11 A GREAT BARGAIN TO CAKTMKN AT AUCTION BY BLEECRER ft BIB BY, On Friday the 13th instant, AT the Tontine Coffee House, at 12 o'clock, eleven lots of eround. that require filling in. on Laurens street, Laspcnard's meadow. leo iu 3t PIOTTON YARN. The COMMISSION J t'OMDiVT liO D - ..1 fXtr rm S a. I tO B COIl - VlaTTCH U sTIUW IVI ale, most Not. of Cotton Yarn, from fio. 4 1 30. iaa 8 1750,. QL'ICKSILFER, Ac. quicksilver 4000 "lb liquorice root; 5 cases manna flake 12 bales gum arabic 1 bale long pepper ; a few cases cassia 2 cases containing castor oil in bottles 4 cases rhubarb. For sale by ROGERS ft POST, Feb 9 Iw 51 South - st. ROGERS ft POST, No. 51 South - street, offer lor sale 79 casks cut nails, assorted sizes, from 3d to Hid 200 bags jumper berries 66 reams medium paper 100 do foolscap, No. 2 do 150 do ledger, vellum cap, pot and letter paper 40 do, scythes, of approved brands An invoice of screw augers do of hatters trimmings, assorted Feb 9 Iw J UMPEK BERRIES 150 bags Iresb import - ed Juniper Berries in lota to suit purchasers, i or sate oy BARBAR1N, STANTON ft CO. feh 9 Iw 17 Fulton - slip. 7VTOI .ASSES, FLOUR, TOBACCO, ic. i.? L 63 puncheons molasses, now landing from Martinique. 200 barrels Richmond flour, now landing fromjthe schooner Atlantic. And 15 hhds Richmond Tohnrro. landing fron the schooner Betsey, at Coffee House - slip. For sale by ROBERT GILLESPIE, feb 9 112 Front - street LIVERPOOL COAL. A CARGO of Liverpool new pit Coal, on board the ship Zodiac, Pier No. 9 East River, will commence discharging next week ; for tale in lots to suit purchasers, by - 0M feb 7 4t 93 Vesey - street, FrtigU WmUiJor fjiikdelphid, V - I A 1 .1. - . . 1. TUDVP DDA - 1THER3. Foster, mutar tn uil nosi - ttveiy oa Sunday or Monday, (weather permitting.) Apply on board, at Cofice house - slip, west aide, or to , - . - GEO. M. "WILSON, , Feb 10 ' No. 130 WaUr - st. For Wilmington, Jf. C. Thescbr UNION, Ephraim Dennett, master, will be ready to take in to - mor - rtw. f or freight or passage, apply on board, wesi uue r ly - marxei wnart, or to JONES ft MEGRATII, Feb 10 83 Booth - street. For LiyERPUOLt The ship DRAPER, Adams, master, having her cargo all engaged, will posi tively kail on Tuesday next, wiud and weather permitting. ' Two cabin passengers more can be accommodated. Apply to the captain on board, at r ly - Market wbart, or to "B. W. ROGERS ft CO. Feb 9 235Pearl - st. For Jforfrlk or Baltimore, The fine staunch new sloop REGU LATOR, Wm. Sowle, master. For freight apply to GEO. M. WILSON, Feb 7 130Water - st. ForlllTY POINT, (Fa.) The brig EUNICE, captain Ho' will sail in a few days, and will take heavy freight at a low rate. A pply on board at f ine - st. wharf, or to i CAMBRELENG & PEARSON, Feb 6 67 South - st. A QSJioKED,ti PICKLED FISH, &e, rl:JO Boxes N. S. herrings 209 do Digby io A few tons plaster Also, pickled salmon, do. herrings, do. codfish, bbls. mackerel, do. shad For sale by SMITH, BLANCH ARD & CO. No. 35 Uurling - slip. Schooner MAXAMILLA, F. Smith, master, will take freight for Portland or Lubec Luqulre as above. feb 6 Iw For CHARLESTON, The fust sailing schooner LOUISA, W Napier, master, being nearly loaded. will tail the first wind for the remainder, or passage, apply on board, west side Burling - slip, OT IO O. Aulir. I , Feb 3 98 Pine - st. For MATANZAS, tuba.) The britr Caroline, G. Muiiro, mas ter, will take what freight may offer this week - For terms apply to JAMES jyWOLF, Jun. 57 Front - street. For FREIGHT or CAJfRTEIt, The brie SIDNEY CRISPIN, bur. then 156 tons, a staunch good vessel, lately repaired. Apply as above. teb z For OPOR W, The schr. BETSEY, capt. Turner, burthen 97 tons, a substantial (rood vessel, only one year old, having a part of her cargo engaged. For freight of the remain der, which will be taken on very reasonable terms, apply to GOODHUE & CO. jan 31 44 South street. r For LONDONDERRY. The fine fast sailing ship FOSTER, TjiE. N. Moran, master, having 7 - SUa of her cargo ready to go on board, will be despatched without delay. For freight of 100 to 200 tierce seed, or passage, apply to the master on board at pier no. 13, or to Jan 20 W. US. UKAIU. CANDLES. 60 boxes eastern mould candies just received, for sale by leo li jus. u&UHN, 03souin - si. 17 LOU K 50 bbls. Richmond Flour For sale r br . GOODHUE ft CO. feb II 44 South - street. 11 UM & CHOCOLATE. 50 bis. 1st proof XaV New Rum 30 boxes UilTt Boston Chocolate Xo. 1 For ! If JACKSON ft WOOLLEY, 1 IT II . . jan to I J Tii - iireei. 13 ICtlMOND TOBACCO, &c 70 hhds LV prime Richmond Tobacco, now landing irom schrs. Logan and Thames, lor sale ny W. H S. CRAIG, IN STORE, 65 bbls fine Richmond Flour 6 do fine Middling. feb 9 SIX hhds. Philadelphia Hve Whiskey, lor sale feb 9 3t 791 177 HF.tiKINGS. boxes 1st sort) Herrings of superior do sea do) quality. For sale b JaMORELENO ft PEARSON, 67 South street Jan 28 CJ ILKS, ftc. 6 cases pongees, 2 do twilled 3 sarsnets 1 do col'd saltins, entitled to debenture ; also 3 bales col'd cassimere shawls For sale by CAMBRELENG ft PEARSON, Feb 6 67 SouUt - sL 50 - RUM, Ac. and landing from the brig David Richards, from r almouth, (Jam.l and lor sale by A. D. DUFF. 69 Washington - street. Who has for sale in store. L. P.Teneriflie Wine, fPasley brand) in quar ter cams, imponea Juiy, ioid Do do inhbds. and qr. casks, do August do Do do in pile's, hhds. and qr. casks, do Sep tember do 30 pipes, 100 hhds and 280 qr. casks do enti tied to debenture 45 pipes Cape Madeira Wine, ship'd in 1813, from tne cape oi uooa nope, ana eou tied to debenture Port and old Lisbon wines, in assorted casks 59 boxes of claret wine 12 i do grave wine and one cask cardwire. teb 7 u . plOT TON. - 64 bales Prime Upland, for sale Vs ai oo Bouin - sireei, oy J an 27 WALSH k GALLAGHER jfJOO FLOUR. DOO bblssuoerf. J 86 half bbls do Floor, landing this day Z2 bbls fine ) From schr Adeline from Alexandria, and Mar. garet - Ann fram Petersburg. For sale by Feb 7 92 Coffee House slip. CANTON CRAPES. L& C. SUYDAM, have just opened, an ele . cant assortment of white, black, and col ored Canton Crapes, of excellent quality, for sale at no. oi aiaiden - iaoe. feb 10 5t rXTIIITE LEAD GROUND IN OIL. V V 400 kess. of 281b. each. White Lead. ground in oil, just received per ship William, lor sale by lUlsft.brt LiAU K1E.S, feb 10 29 South - straet. MOLASsLS, tic. - 1 be eotire cargo of tchr. Calista, from Hasaaa, consisting of 156 hhds. i 28 Uerces, New crop Maiiel Molasses 4 bbls S 72000 Secars, and 11 bbls Oranges, Commenced landing; tins morning, at Stevens1 Vf ban, and Ktf aaic by lsuiwui, feb 9 4t - 111 Front - street. BOMBAZF.TTS. A FEW bales black bosnbazelts, just rscatvwd per ship Nestor, and for sale by DANIEL OA KEY, Feb 10 1, Ho, 51 Willianvet. HEMP, LEAD, PAINTS, fca RanU hemp, in lots to suit purchasers : 80 rolls shMt lead, S 1 - 2 to 9 - - , . i 8 casks box lead, 1 tons pig lead '. - " , !, 50 balsa India 4wino . English sail an4 seine twine ' . . 3 casks Prussian blue, 5 caski Vermillion 1 3 hhds verdigris . . ! 60 casks French yellow ochre Dry white and red lead 20 boxes tin For sale by PETER SCHERMERHORN ft SONS, 243 Water - street Also, 200 anchors, of Hunt's make, from 40 to 2500 wt. Cables and cordage, of all sixes, best quality, with the usual assortment of ship chandlery. Feb 11 tf BOLTING CLOTHS. A large assortment Bolting Cloths, of superior quality, con stantly for sale, at reduced prices, by JOHN M CUACKAN, feb 11 DtCtf 82 1 - 2 Pearl street TIOMBAZETS. 3 hales assorted Bomba 13 xetts, just received per ship Nestor, Irom Liverpool, for sale at 07 Coffee House - slip, by LAIDLAW, GIKAULT fc CO. feb 11 lOt 1 RON and COT I ON. "i tons Eng. Iron, as I sorted sixes, landioe from brie Thames, from New - Orleans. ALSO 100 square bales prime Upland Cotton landing from schr Union, from Wilmington, for sale by C. G. S. MOWLAIN it, feb It 77 Washington - street. BLUE NANKIN8 - 3000 ps. for sale by HURD ic SEW ALL, feb 11 65 South - street. Q'i'ATlONARK. Scaies F.nglish Letter aud Writine 1'nner. for sale low. by UlMiv et or. tt nLkj, feh 11 65 South - street ri TOBACCO RICE. 100 quiutals first qua - J litybpanisb lobacco 44 tierces prime Rice, per schr. South Caroli na, for sale by JUJUN jyi raih, leb II 83 South - street, "VSNAUL'KGS & PAPER. 1 bale Osna - J buigs, and 1 do Italian Paper, for sale at 76 Peail - sireet. feb 11 CEBRA & CUMING. S tnil!l) tn eldprlv lads Willie to Obtain jermancnt board in a repctabl private lailllll Ttliv - iv s lie HIT V V.'SB u - i wt dressed to A. B. and left at this office, stating JI.a (.ami an. I UaliAn mill Paoiru ta I i tt tlfltl tCI US OUU aaiua VI Vllf nill S 7X.V t V aawuawsa. feh94t I AMAiCA RUM 15 puncheons 4th and 5th O proof Jamaica Rum, of superior quality, re ceived per sloop Jay For sale by feb 9 R. CRUMP, 90 Pine - street? M 1 U1CO ntVTds; I A UL. IK, A D V ftc 4 boxes assorted glass, VJi 4 insisting ol Lareesiz4d Window Glass' Decanter!, Tumblers, Inkstands Watch Glasses, tic. 2 boxes Fowling Pieces. J uit received er VVinilred, from Amsterdam OR HARD. A quantity of muskets, entitled to debenture 5 ceroons Jirst quality indigo, ana 2 bbls White Lead For sale by J. C. ZIMMERMAN, feb 7 1m 72 Washington - street. TI ULL ic BOWNE have just received by the XX Lorento, Irom London, Dixon's Antihilious Pills Hickman's Pills for the gravel, Ac. China's Worm Destroying Loienges Roach's Embrocation Thompson's Cheltenham Salts Havward'sTolu Loxenges Heu'ry's Calcined Magnesia, ' And a eeneral assortment of British Patent Medicines of repute, not mentioned above : war ranted genuine, and for sale at J an 84 in 140 reari - sueei. QFIRE PROOF bTORE. To let and possession first of May next, the tour storv fire proof store. No. 34 South - st. between Coenties and Old slips. Enquire of the subscriber, No. 1 Murray,or 45 Chamber - street .r . r, . f C II I'D I I. - - MERINO HOOL. COT JON k A UN, SAi TINE ITS. Le. f YTANTED, a quantity of merino wool ; also. f f cotton yam, particularly lew numbers Proposals will also be received for making of sat - liuetts. The manufacturer to be supplied with the materials, and the business to be rendered. probably, permanent. . A contract is also wanted, for the running ol cotton mill, of from 1 to 4000 spindles ; the cot ton to be supplied, and the yarn to be received at a stipulated price. Apply at 148 P - arl - street, upstairs. . oct - J rsii ROB ROY. KIRK Ic MERCEIN have just received and put to press, Rob Roy, a novel, by the author of Wave rly, Goy Mannenng, 'I ales of my Landlord, tic. kc. leb V MARBLE FOR BUILDING, It. rW H E proprietors of the southern marble qua. X ries, near King's - Bridge, give notice, that thev have on band, and are receiving, at the A'ing's - Bridge Marble and Lime - lard, foot of Beach - street, on the HucLtou river, an extensive stock of marble lor building, of the following de scriptions, vit : Ashlar sloping Watertable . Steps Platforms Sills Lintels Arches Foundation Stone Chimney - Pisces Facings Columns Also Lima of the best quality. rr? A constant supply of the above materials may be calculated upon ; and those desirous purchasing, or making engagements, will apply to EZRA LUDLOW, Fab 11 1m At the Yard, FIVE DOLLARS REWARD. RANAWAY from the subscriber yesterday afternoon, an indebted black servant named Jim, about 14 or 15 years of age, 4 feet 8 incbts hieh. Had on when ne went away, a dark blue cloth coat and pantaloons, brown vest, white cotton shirt rood thick shoes, yarn stockings, drab over coal and a new bat. He took with him another suit consisting of a dark green cloth coat, white vest, brown pantaloons and whit fi nes shirt. All persons are forbid barnounng mm at their peril and whoever will return bin to his master in Brooklyn, shall receive the above reward. jun.i muiLti, febll3t Brooklyn TICKETS RISING. Friday morning Medical Science "Lottery w 1 ickets will be advanced to iu aoiiars eacn. The urst number that comes oat ol the wheel, af ter Friday's drawing, will be entitled to the ca pital prize of 3U.000 dollars. A lew ucaeis ana snares, warrant a uaarawn. or sale at Lottery and Exchange Office, No. 54 Maiden .ene. at 15 dollars each. Where have been sold the hishest floatior. prize yet erawa, vis. no. 10.CT , suuu dollars. The following are toe prises now in the wheel : 30.000 Dollars, 1,000 Dollars, 10,000 do. 3,000 da 3,000 do. 1,000 do. 1,000 do. 1,000 do. Several of 500. 200. 100. ftc. Ac G. ft R. Wsite will advance rash for all pri ses as soosj as drawn. feb 1 1 2t THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS - miCKET no. 8,189 which came up the X floating prize of 300 dollars, was sold at the Book - Store and Lottery Office of JAMES A. KURI L'S ft CO. No. 19 Pscx - siir, coaaaa oi WTa - TaT, to a gentleman in this city. feb II St 1 the ' - VKOTICE. . ' fjy To avoid mistakes which occur, hj rea - of a similarity in Arms. L. A WM. W. D' FOREST will nercafter dobusineasMider the firm of - v, . . - V D'FOREST A BON. feb 11 Iwt - " ' ST. JOHN'S HALL, , . ' 1 No. 8 Frankfort - street, , Q WILL b sold at public auction by Hoffman ft Glass, ea Tuesday the 17th mat at lit o'clock in the CoffseHouse luformat'iou as to the property, tide and terms of sale may be had by applying to Cornelius Bogert, No. 14 Cedar - street. This nrenertv will be peremptorily sold on the day above mentioned to close the concern, but on eiiKi bie terms lor Die purchaser. ieo uis artSTORE and DWELLING HObSt.. J Tho .tore No. 133 Water - street corner ofWater and Pine - streets, and cellar, belonging tnereto, to lei irom nrstday of may nexit ine cellar warranted dry and Iree from tide water tne year round. Also, the dwelling pan oi me house No. 127 Water - street, near the Coffee House, consisting of 6 rooms with a Ire place in each, a large dry garret an extensive kitchen and yard, with cittern and manhattan water. AppiyiO l), SULLIVAN, Ib9 4t 131 Water - street rfjri TO LET, kAnlil Two neat, new, 2 story brick front build - iugs, situate in Allen - street, unt to Iho ball - alley. They are finbhcd in handaoina stjle with cisterns iu the yards, and every other convenience to render them pleasant and deairahlc tenements. Adjoining the ground on which the buildings stand are several vacant lots which will also be let for a garden to the person or persons who shall hire the houses. Apply to JAMES KNOX, at the ball - alley or at his bouse, 25 Orchard - street. Feb 9 tf TO BE LET, From the first day of May next, that con veineot three story house, No. 145 Fulton - street, the 3d house Irom Broadway, t.nqmrc feb 9 1u No. 24 Warren street, FOR HA I.E. niS That valuable HOUSE and LOT CI John - street The lot is 27 feet front and rear. and 105 fect deep. The whole is in complete repair, and may iustlv be called one of the most convenient houses in this city. If not sold by Saturday next, it will on that day lie sold at public auction at the i.e. ll. roi particulars, apply at 187 Pcirl si rebt. feb 9 6t HE il. ESI ATE fTX Mia SALS 1H BMOOS.LYK. lansS Two 2 story new frame houses on Brook lyn Heights, having a view cf the city and bny of New - York ; about 10 minutes walk from the steam boat lorry. The houses are well built, havior 2 good rooms on each floor with fire pla ces ; on the lower uoor is a good miciien, uea - room and cantrv.. To each of the houses are attached 3 1 - 2 lots of ground, each containing 25 feet front and rear and 100 leet deep, handsomely laid nut in gardens aud grass plots, with a variety of shrubbe ry, iruii i rets, c ; ine wnoie enciuieu wiui a new and substantial fence. Near the premises is an excellent well of water. For furthcrpnrticu - lars, apply to ANDREW MERCEIN, Corner ol Washington and Nassau stieels, feh9tf Brooklyn. F.jK HALE or 'Jj LEV, That large and commodious house and lotoi ground No. 79 John - street, calculated for a boarding house, or the accommodation of a large family. Enquire of ,. in f .mil . &f was v v.uii feb 10 Iwt 87 Fulton street. OlO LET, The house No. 50 Wall - street at pre - seut occupied by B, II. Nevins. Also. The House, No. 66 Wall - street occupi ed by the Firemen Insurance Company. Apply to c.n. rtniiLMun, 60 Wall - t. or to JONES ft CLINCH, feb 10 tf Coffee House slip. ; COUNTRY SEAT. U - TO LET. from tlie 1st Way next, a (reuieel country residence, pleasantly situated on the8th Avenue (late Fitzroy road) about 3 miles from the city. Il comprizes a neat and commodious dwelling1 house, a well stocked garden, and 3 acres excellent meadow. Ap, ply at no. 28 South - st feb 7 Iw TO LET, iaosfl Th"etwo new nnd eh - candy finished three story houses Mo. 10 and 12 bmad - strert. Tbese nouses are ouiit in me oionern si vie ana finished in the very best manner, and from the very desirable situation, both as to pleasantness and for business, it is thought that they are not surpassed, if equalled, by any offered t be let in this city. The apartments for stores in those buildings are so constructed as to be entirely distinct from the dwelling apartments, which contains eleven rooms and pantries, kite hen, ftc. excluded.. Every convenience for families of re spectability is afforded in Uiem. Persons desirous of such situations are invited to view them at any hour, from 7 to 5 o'clock, except Sundays. The dwelling and stores will be let separate or together. Apply at 55 Broadway, or to U1AS. UAKLibl, 141 Front street. ALSO TO LET. That new two story brick house No. 8 New - street, nigh to Wall - street, possession 1st May. A iso, house z iOurtianai - tireci , in goon order and fit for a aenteel ramiiy 1 it being now in pos session of D. G. Hubbard, Esq Possession 1st May. Also, a rood two story house at Greenwich. now in occupancy of Geo. Lindsay, Esq. Alio, house 0. b Cherry - street, suited lor a boarding bouse, and tne lower iroot room tor a store. And House and two acres of ground, near Manhat - tanville, having garden, ftc. Apply as above. leb 10 u TO LET, An office on the first Floor, no. 53 Beekman - street Possession can be had im mediately, apply as above. feb 11 2t VALUABLE PROPERTY, for Sale. The following very valuable property is ered for sale - That substantial built and commodious 3 story brick HOUSE and LOT of GROUND. No. 3 Coortland - street calculated for a large and convenient store in front ; said lot being 26 feet front and rear by 1 IU reel deep. The 2 two story brick HOUSES and LOTS ol GROUND next below adjoininr. brine No. 5 and 7, well known as the oldest establishment of stage o luces and tavern id the city said lots peine each front aod rear 20 fett ia width by 1 10 feet deep. II not sold at private sale before I n day. the 13th instant, it will on that day be offer ed at auction, oy nunti as 1 uvrxv, ai iweiveim o'clock, at the T.C. H. j - For terms, apply to THAUUEU3 uouu - YEAR, No. 6 Courtland street, or to - k a a. a ST r lai JOf mif - JUU.l Lh UICKI.ICVSj., feb 11 2t J.07S FOR SALE AT AUCTION. T Y order of the last will of Peter Stoyrer - . . J 3 :ll L.ul.l . .iu - IIaii onTnaaLsV the 17th insL at the T. C. H. at 12 aanT. r.a. oocnscu, win mrau o'clock, BY BLEECKER ft BIB FY, Five valuable lots of ground fronting the east ale of Bowery - lane, adjoining the soul ssde of nlancv - stret Fire lots 00 the west side of Christie - street and adjoining the soplh stde.oj Delaocey - street Five lots on the south side osT Delaocev - street between the Bowery - lane and Christie - street. Tbe terms of sale are fifty 6V1 - Urs oe eack lot to be paid on the day of sale 1 ooe third of the residue on the 1st of May 1 the remainder, if required, ia two equal annual payments, with interest anna all v A map oi the premises may be seen at the auctioneers, office, ootioe fjone noose. fXT" The bwildings are to be removed by the present tenants by the lO'.h of May next, when percwasen will have peaecnoa. Feb 7 8l 7, be and New paid be ple sible the with head, PTJBLIQ SAXES. ; BY J.P.DIETERlCHfcCO. ' 4 ; - ; c TViaofTow, ' r At 10 o'clock, at the ladies' auction room, at. Park, a very extensive assortment of fresh imported dry goods, fancy articles, crockery and glass - ware, i 9 AT PRIVATE 8ALE, f. 5000 acres of land, in Wood County. (Va.) - withio 10 miles of Marietta, and 5 miles from tlw Ohio River. 1 280 do in 0 to wn of Pittsburgh, Clinton County, New - York. 4Q0Jrlo. in Pike County, Pennsylvania, and an excelknt improved farm of 200 ar res, on the Coshectoo turnpike road. The two last will he exchanged for pro - , nerty in tlie city o( New - York, or for merchandize. Apply at the auction room. " NOTICE. (tt" The subscribers having entered into partnership, the STOCK ft EXCHANGE BUSINESS heretofore conducted by R. H. ISEVINS, will be continued under the firm of NEVIS3 k TOWN SEND. RUSSELL II. NEVIN3, feb 3 ELIHU TOWNSEND. NOTICE. rrT'Thc citizens are rcqoested to be particn ' lar in causing the snow and ice on the side walks and gutters to be clearod off, and when It cannot be done without injury to the pavement, to bo strewed with sand or a;hes, in corformity to an ordinance of the corporation in such case mad and provided As their safety and comfort materially depends upon their attention in this par ticular, it is presumed tnai ine law oo vau iu - ject will be strictly complied with. J NO. M'CO.MB, Street commissioner. - Street Com. Office t r.v. a ' 3d Feb. 1813. , S TAKE NOTICE, All persons having demands against, and v those indebted to the titnte of William Rogers, deceased, are requeued to call npna THOMAS ; MASTERS, Esquire, No. 92 W ail street Dated Jan. 19, 1818. - ANN ROGERS, Executrix. " Jnn 21 dim NEW - YORK SLATE CO'.PANV. y The Stockholders are hereby requested to attend an annual election for nine directors, to be held at the houe of Joseph Baker, No. 4 Wall - street, on Monday 9lh February next The noil will open wt 1 1 aud cloe at 1 o'clock. JOHN M'COMB, Sec'ry. Jan 9 ' Evlerpeau Society Sd Concert. (7 - The committee of the Euterpean Society having resolved to give a second concert oa the 24th iftst. at the City Hotel, tach member will be entitled to six tickets, by applying to the secretary at No. H)0 Broadway, on or before the 21st instant. By order, feb 9 124 JOSEPH KNIGHT, Sec'ry. ' NOTICE. The ro - paitnership heretofore existing, between the subscribers is dissolved by mutual consent JAMES FOSTER, Junr. is duly authorised to settle the affairs of the concern. WM. I). TITUS, , JAMES FOSTER, Junr. feh9 4t INO'l ICE. $y WILLIAM D. TITUi and WILLIAM L. VAN EANDT having formed a connection, will transact business at No. 165 Front - street, under (he Orm ol Tttus A - Van Zandt. WM. D. TITU3 WM. L. VAN ZANDT. fell 9 4t QV I he assignees of the estate of Mrs. Sidney ilewitt, (in order to give time for all her creditors to come in ana participate in ine funds provided for them,) do hereby extend the time of rendering their accounts to Mr. Blake, at No 3 Law Buildings, until the 1st of . March rnsuing Feb 3 lm NOTICE. (Tr The public are cautioned not to trust or hsrbor my son, Lewis Vultee, as I will not pay any debts he may contract, as my said son . lias behaved in an undmiful manner towards me. . FRED'K. L, VULTEE. feb 10 3t UMON BAiNK, 10th February, 1818. ' fjT The stockholders are requested to attend at the banking house. No 17 Wail - street, oo Thursday, the 12th day of March next to elect eleven directors for the ensuing year. The poll wm open at ten o'clock and sunt at two. The transfer books will be shut from 1st until 13th March. . By order of the board of directors, feb 10 lm JOHN LOW, Cashier. CITY ASSEMBLY. fr7" The managers give notice that the next assembly is postponed to Thursday, the Stitb instant. fehtMt CORPORA I ION NOTICE. ftr - Application having been made to tbe corporation for opening and extending Oliver - street irom Bancker - sireei to inawam - square : . Notice is there foregiven ta all persons interest - v ed therein, that they shew cause, 11" any they have, why said street should not be opened and improved, agreeably to the prayer of the petitioners. The objections to be made in writing on or be fore the 16th insf, - By order. JOHN M'COMB, Street Commissioner. Street Commissioner's Office, I 10th Feb. 1818. f feb 11 Tha Forum will be opened on Friday evening t ext, the 13th instant, at the Assembly - Room, City Hotel, when the following question - will be discussed, " Is the education of youth at public seminaries of learning preferable to private tuition." ' The discussion to commence at 7 o'clock precisely. Tickets to be bad at D. Longworth's, Park, and at the door, at 25 cents each. . - - - The surplus proceeds to go to the House of Industry. ' - Feb 11 3t 03" It is particularly requested, that the gentleman who borrowed a Field Book, of the subdivision of Great Lot No. 4, in the Harris - burgh patent, would return it to the subscri ber at No. 2 Greenwich - street, feb 11 lw JOHN R. LIVINGSTON. '1 1 . Ticket No. 22.016 came up (bis morning the first drawn number and entitled to a prise of $1000 The fortunate number was sold at ALLEN S truly lucky office. No. 122 Broadway, t few days sioco No. 25,493, which came up last week a prize of $5000, aod No. 6657 a prize of $2000, were both sold at Aliens' lucky offica. Tha first drawn number on Monday next will entitled to the grand capital prixe et Thirty ritousand Dollars 1 D $tu,uw prixe ss Hoal - ig and may be drawn any day. tabu 2t NOTICE. LL persons indebted to the estate of Rnggtat Hubtiard, esquire, lata sheriff of tho city coonty of New - York, ea ihenff, are r. qoested to male payment to James L. Bell, squire, present sheriff of the city and county of - York, 00 or btlora tn nrrt day of May , .a 1 .u - u n - , . r u u.u, mMunuf . will be put in suit CATHERINE HUBBARD, FebM 2awtlMay ' AdmJaisUatriz. MECHANIC HALL.' XVKKT STUUB Till WEEK. M' R. STANISLAS, ever wishful to gratify a liberal public, has devoted tome Ume in bringing forward for Urate evenings, one of the greatest pieces 01 human invention ever presented lore an eaJigntenea audience, cniiea tne 1 em - of Mara. This astonishing and iocomprebetv - piece of mechanism, at tbe command of tbe exhibitor opens its doors and displays u the back ground the best of the illastnoua Washington 1 temple changes aad discover tbe Goddess of Liliert) aad Fune descending frosb the clowda a wreath of laurels, and placing it oa hi display i.ig the motto "Homage to tlie Immortal Washington." For farther particulars sea bills of the day. - FsbX 2w 1 ; It ii It . ' n .5..r if' ! IK - I i lv ill ii - ill! if I Wi ?! Mr 1

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