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INSOLVENTS, ADVERT - taW FOR THE BLSEFlTprTHEACTCI THI3J5TATE. sort ran rati AuAAaon. tm 7rrir Before Riehmri R&m, Rritr. v JoaiahFakoner, - March XI. Ja,e Towntrnd, March 88 . .... ' Philip Jonas, April 1 1 ; Vobu T. Robinson, March 24 ' Edward Lead beater, ; April 7 4 John White, Jm. March 31 . ..Amory Gaaaage, April 4 Joha tiariland, March 40 iUchard Field, do - Ru.ln A nail . George Shafcw, March 17 ,., Ilosea Dodge. April 14 Daniel Tien, March! Robert FM'iK). March t3 ". WiHinnj BmdM, March 14 " Alfred Hodge, March 13 " . ,Jaoeparcell, April II Andrew UHahtrd, March X8 ' Alfred Hodg, March 13 ' JoelTay, April 10 Parley Rice, March f5 ' . - Henry T. Ball, March 7 ' - Jol Valentino, April 4 . Dennis Scvibner, March . ., John Hendricksno, Apnl 4 , Charles Rev, March 4 ' Benjamin H. Akin, April 4 " William Moorw, Feb 13 Samael Whiting, March IT, . JVilliasa W anter, Feb, X4 oha Miller,' FebXtt . . 'Trtward Chant Feb X4 Buasel R - Hamilton, March 31 - Joha MnrreU, March 7 - Mom Warner. Feb. 14 James Ainslie, March 1 . Edward Church. Feb X4 George Lindsay. Feb TO William Pitkin, Feb XO - JUchard Sutton, Fab 19 , Richard Colfax, jr. Feb X4 5 . Before the Mayer. Joha Batt. March 14 Jolia Nicholas. Feb XI ' Albany county Before Philip S. Parker, Re - .' border, in Albany. John Stoddard, aad Nathae Jenkin, March X8 Abraham C. Sheldon, April 3 fihm - man Rnawnrth. Feb 27 x Elijah H. Boardman and Jedediah B orchard, SlKrcb X7 . , Daniel Gallop, bf Bern, Feb X7 1 Abraham C. Sheldon. March 13 " Reuben Thomnson. March 13 Madison ttvttiy Before Peter Smith, Jin I judge telerbore .Lyman Hatcomh. of Brookfield, March X8 Job Boone, April 4 - Ilaaiai lira tan. of Sullivan. Amil 4 f Samuel Coon, and Jacob W. Marsle, of Leo ox, March II Henry I. Walrath, of Sullivan, April 4 i Pjum Tower, March 7 ' George VT. Chee eesebrough and Robert Wil - Ojup, Marcn i . Abraham Larkia.of SuJljvaa, FebX8 "Qttego County Before Joseph White, first - - I .: Juice in (ht toum of Cherry FaMcy. ' Jane North, March 18 EJijih P. Ohmtai, March X8 '. James Morth. March 18 Mmtomery cmmty Before Alexander Sheldon, nrttJuae en iMurtetton. Peter Coraae, ofCanajoharie, larch 18. , jTsttu M. LiftfeofrHer, March 7 "Jacob L YnaDf, of Johattow,' Fb 2 H'ca. I. Saber, of Caaaiol.aria, March XO . Sanaal Hoxie, of Broadnlbin, March IX CitH ot TmfB'for WxUiamL. Marcj, Esq. ' John Uteaa, April 18 . JabeiVaa AlVra, A' - ril II Beojaaia Vvri', of Cofaikie, April 18 '. Altxandei Malion, of Gr...niuh, March XO ; Theodora Brat knit, Marrh X8 ' ConiIiit Seabrng, Feb. XI 1L1 tmnk II .'H 'nry A Lake, of Rtniaelaer county, Feb, hiuitdagu Cinnhh - BrfirtJoAw Fewwumjvtt JmggetnUnondMift, Nebeniah Millard, of Saliu a, March XO Zebiaa South, of Tally, March 14 Itawc W. Arertli, oi Salina. Apirl 3 Wehamiah Miltr rd, of do. March 17 1 Benjamin Darling, Jr. ot Manhua, and John Sweot, of Fabm, March 17 E tit. raj a Row, March XI Srlah Wotxtrcff, March 31 Caver C. Coogdon. of Saliaa, March XI Joeepfe landoa, or fllarceiiot, marcb XI . Vim Branch, of CamiUua, Feb X7 Oti L - f . Marcb f 4 - Jotia bowen, Feb 17 beaearr Raymond, of ManKua, March IX - Chrirtopher Balkley, of 9ahna, March 8 1 : Allen Wilton, of Onondaga, do. JTaiAviffo County Before A nthony I. Blanch - mrd, in Salet. rJonnthaa Wheat, of Greoawich, Marcb X3 . SioMon Crandell, of Grennwich, March 13 ' Samael Crandell, of Greenwich, Feb X8 Jameii Well, March 25 Joeph Wells of Fort Aoa, Feb. 19 "Anion Frarr. of Kinethnrr, March IX John Reynold, of Jarkaon, Feb. 16 'William Larmouth, of Cambridge, Marcb IX Ceneatee etunty Bffre John a. Jonu, fin Judge tn Litetetttr. - Wntiam HalL May 6 Elliott Harroan, April 17 ' Rodner Wadt worth, of Sheldon, April 15 1 David Williams. March 14 Simon Ratteli, March 24 Oliver Blake, of fiatavia, April 8 Milton Fox. March 18 Auriah II. H aboard, and Lewil C. Cock, March XJ Abel Wootter, of Berfen, March X7 Moee Wooda, of Riga, Feb. XO - John Hartiman, Feb. 5 Jamea Richardtoo, Feb XO Zenaa Skianer. Feb a Jvtaof county Before SafooR Child, firtt u .. yuavrMCJreenieAf. Samael Neiloi. March XI joha M. Bern, of Northumberland, April X7 Gilbert Oakley, and Daniel Brown, March 13 Joaeph C. Sturdevwa, of Oranee do Mam C. Vaadea Bercb, of Water ford, April is. ' JoJm W. Teller, of Northumberland, March 13 ' Friend Corarr, Marcb 6 John Krana, of Moreao, March 6 . ; Joha Wilcox, March X - lose Wondworth. Feb X7 i:iia BiUinp, of Stillwater, and David B rows, les.xa . John Tattle, March tO Joha WilkiaMO, of MJKon, Feb. 50 italic Cramphin, Feb. X7 Job I). Martin. March 3 t'o'umin cmUphtfort J. D. MrruU, Uudton w unam Meader, or Canaan, Marcb 13 Wm.C. Smith, April 10 Increase BenaitL ot Kinderhook, March 13 jonnj. i.veru. march 7 Charlee Merrill, March 13 'Nathaniel Ue. March X - Wm. Smith, of Kinderbook, March 13 Jamea Moore, Match XO k Before Judge MUler ml Clavrrmek, Henry Keller, jr. March 7 ChcHMngocmoity - Before OWwA German, Ltq. tnh'ontich. ' 1 - Oliver H. Pbelpt, April X7 . Arthur N. Deairet, do John Calif r, of B.iw bridge, April 11 Joeb Alverton, April 1 1 , Jaataa Shattark, April 17 Jeremiah biarbftm. of Gne. Anritf Steuben cwtenty - Before Ttiemmi M'Bumry, Jxnt j ue, u rtHKtem - roei. AmoeC. Wevt, March XI I Tbomaa D. Hadlej, Feb 15 i Benjamin Stuck, Feb 17 Oneidm tttmty Before Xathm TFilltitms. . IJobert Grave, Jr. of Pari, April II Btfort Morrii S. MUler. r WendeB Berry, of Whitetovro. April 18 r Heetv Ptoae, of B rids water, March X8 i Amoe Pierea, tf ct - Mjben, March 14 Joaeph MoaHna, of Rome, Feb. XI Orange tmmtyEcftrr .YAM H. White. Erg At CmAo. Henry M. Temillirer, of Mootomery, Mch 31 John G. BtrUiv March 5. . . Ttwma Carpenter, Jr. March 14 J CoraeboMiK)iJroy,oMooroe,rthX3 t ; Green Catamff, hefor Oerht AM f. at laaac Scmrar, and Joha J one, March 3 - ttiahCoffin, MnaohXl" " Btephen Whiloey, of Handerton, March X Jtffer$mVmmty..en wT.D.t'or. David Uttle,MrchX8 , - . r.i I, r u.. riinmnWii Marrh f Tberoa Greeai of HoaivHfcM, Feb. 0 Jeremiah VVioecar aad 'Jlxwaa Kalaoa, Jan. March ti Joha M. Pbelp. March Tboma raawtt, of Rodman, March X8 v... c.n.k.. ri idnL Fab SO Schoharit County, before Wn. Boekmon, Kq ml Shewn. Henry Pomoo, oCobieakiJI, March 7 Dulehem ComtySefor Jo" EmoU, Ef. p.i.. vo RuinHr. March 14 Gardner Cbace, of ftedbook, and PeUr W. Bowrktr, March 14 JoaBrown, of Poocbkeepua, March 11 Daniel Frelegb, of Clinton, Fab. XI OeUmort County, before lemma Opten, Etq, Sylvester Preaton, of Roxbnry, May 4. iJewi Weed, April 4 MuamL. Peadell, ApriU Hemaa Hawkina, of Franklin, April 4 Warren Cmtn ty brfort Wm. txobmreh. Westlry P. Lake, of Chester, March 58 John Hicton, of Qaeentbury, April 14 John IfaJI, Jan. of Luxerne, March 14 Artimai Aid rich, March X WilUamMilia, March 14 Htrkvnrr County, before Jfathan Smith. Samuel Haggaae, of Columbia, Feb X8 Jacob Croats, Feb. 24 Job Kaiihts, Feb. S3 Jared S. Stewart, March 7 Thomas Livingtton, Feb 30 Suffolk Countybefore T. Strong, Era Wm. Tyler, or 0 rookkaveo, April 13 Frederick King, of Soathold, March 13 Cltolaque county, before Ztilu Cmthinr, Eq James fincklen, of Garry, March 3 " Nathaniel Johnsoo, of Gerry, Feb 18 Sullivan County, before WunemA. Tkompton, $q. ml jnompion. David Hanford. March 19 Benjamin Misncr, of Neversink, Feb.X7 Henry Misner, or do do Sen eta County Before J Knox, Esq. mi Junius, Nathan Turtle, of Ovid, Mnrcb 7 franklin County, before Albon Man, Esq. Heary Bagley, of fort Covington, April 13 Ontario County, before Judge Nicholas. Joel A. Crane, May 7. Isaac Davison, of Andes. April 7 Joseph Beard, of Lyoa, March 3 Chester Francis, Feb. 24. Robbins Stillman, of Pittsford, Feb. X4 Before Jf. W. Howell, Eir. at Conandmigum. Josiah Morehouse, March X3 . Philip Pestor. March 37 Cattb Metvin, March 9 Jonah D. Slmoads, March 11 William Elsworth, March 6 Rirbard Dutcber of PitUford, Feb. X5 Clinton Camnty, before Pliny Moore, Etq.' Sharps Allen, of PlatUburg, April 30 Thomas M 'Greedy, and John Wait, March 26 Cayuga County, before Judee Miller. Thomas Manahan, of Scipio, April 9 Leman Rosrera, Starch tti Nicholas Wells, March 14 Jrho Warwick and Wm. Easton, of AnreHue Marcn 3 Jushoa Jotvs, of do Fen 17 . i orttondt County, before Judge Keep, Joha Font, of Preble, March XO . Joseph Harrington, Jon. of Truitoo, March X uuver Hambiin, ot Virgil, I eb 28 RentHlatT county, b'fore Judge Matters. John Da Yoe. March 7 St. Latcrenct County, before Judge Ford. Jess Streeter, of Roifie, April 11 Sei'ienectadu, before Q. Cleveland. Chapman Taber, April 15 IjN CUANCURY". IN timCERY. SlalecfJfsw York, st. IN nanunnce of a decretal order of this hono rable court, will be sold at public auction, at the Tontine ConVe House, in the city of New York. under the direction of the subscriber, as one of tn masters ot uii court, on Wednesday, the 18th day of February next, at IX o'clock, noon, " All that certain lot of ground, situate in the seventh ward ol the citv of New - Tork i bounded northerly in front by Division - street, southerly the rear by a lot or ground belonging to Daniel Conniff, westerly by a lot of ground belongini to Ann Elder, and easterly bv a lot of aroum belonging to Cornelius Polhemus; containiiu in breadth in front and rear, eacb twenty six leet. and in length on eacb side, sixty inree leet six inches , and tbe um of a ganway of eight feet wiae, leaaingirom ma saiu io imo nnrian - street, iaconimoo with the proprietors of the lots or ground adjoining ue (aid gangway; wilDtne puneoancea. uateu Jan. xi, ii. JAMES A. HAMILTON. Jan 37 XaavtFlOdt Master in Chancery LY CUAJfCtlHY. Stale of Jfev - York. it. IN pursuance of an order of this honorable Court, bearing date the 19th day of January in stant, will he sold at public auction, at the 1 on line Conee boose in the city of New - York, on tbe 16th day of February aext, at IX o'clock at noon, under tbe direction of the (uhscriber All (be rest, residue and remainder of the term of years yet to come and unexpired oi and in sji that certain lot. piece or parcel of ground situ ate, 'lying and being in the Eighth ward of the city of New - York, on the easterly side of Broad way bounded in iront oy Broadway, in tne rear and on the northerly side by ground belonging to John Jacob Astor, and oa tbe southerly side by Broome - street : containing in breadth in front and rear zz leet, and in deptn on eacb side iuu leet. Together with tne r turnings erected there on. baid premises being held under a demise irons John Jacob Astor, fcsq. lor tne term or xi years, from uctoorr 1st, mix, suoject to an annual rent of 100 dollars. Dated January 23d, 1U18. THOMAS BULTON, Master in Chancery. Tbe dwelling - bouse on the above premises to be valued and paid for by the lessor, at the ex - ptf'atioa of the term, or die lease renewed for 21 years additional, at a rent to be fixed by two persona to be chosen by the parties, and at the expiration of tbe second term, the dwelling - house to be valued and paid for a aforesaid. r or particulars, enquire or the matter, o. 44 Pine street. Jaa23 lawtF9dts lo the Ctitteniot Ant - tot. ZERAH HAWLEY Physician and Dentist, would inform the inhabitant of New - York, that ha has taken aa office at No. 321 Pearl - street, where ha will extract, clean, jUe,JU and set I etln in the most approved maneer. tie will also prevent any irregularity of the secondary teein. ii aopiimuoa is maoe to mm in aeasoa. H flatters himself, from the experience be has bad ia his profession, that be shall be able to give general satisiacuon. . For character the public are referred to Mr. Geo. P. Shipman, merchant. No. 63 South - street, and Doctor A. Ives, no. tat rearl - street. Whom it may concern. frf This certifies, that Dr. Zerah Hawley is a regular i - rei poyticiaa, ana in gooa sxanaing with his brePhrro tn this place ; that ha baa paid particular attention to the art of Dentistry, has studied tbe best European works on the subject. and has given very good satisfaction ia this branch to his curtomer, who are persons of the first re spectability tn this city.' We therefore, with en ure confidence, recommend Vr. Hawley to tne cttiseas of Nrw - Yort, as a dentist. neas Monson I Eli Ives Natbaa Smith Jonathan Knight. Professor of tbe Medical InstituUoa of Yale Col - k o . College. New.RuTea, Jan XX, 1818; feb 3 Xw FOR SALE. A cae of very superior Pistols, hair triggers, made bv Bcckwith, Lmdon. A Riffle Gun with Sword bayonet. Also, two dozen tnahogany Chair frames, newist London patterns to be seen at LAW ti BUTLER, tthVt ' . 127 Broadway. , n.. M CHANCERY J $ t State of JfevYorLss, l.V part nance of a decretal order of this boo of' able court of chancery, bearing date the nineteenth day of Janaary, instant, will be sold at Kbhc a actios, at the Tontine Coffee House, in i city of New - York, under the diiectioa of the sabsenber. as one of the masters oflhis court. on the seventeenth day of February next, at 12 o'cmck ti noon ail mat certain lot oi grouna, situate in the 8th ward of tim city of New - York, and known and distingaikhed on n map or chart of ground late of Anthony Bowrosan, made by Charle Loss, city surveyor, or by lot number 4U1, bounded westerly in iront oy buiuvan - itreet, easterly in the rear bv arronnd now or late in the possession of Holden and others, northerly by lot AO. 4UU, lately sold to Dumarett and jotuisoo and toutherl bv lot No. 402, no w or late belon ing to the said Anthony Bowrosan, containing in breadth in front and rear, each twenty five feet, aad in length on each side, one hundred feet, with .1 i f - . I , Of I u ,o,o uic myput iciiaiwes. inie jmuktt xutu. 1019. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Master in Chancery. Jan X7 Xaw9Ffcdt IN CHANCERY. . State of New - York. m. IN pursuance of a decretal order of this booora me conn, win oe soia ai punnc auction, m tne Tontine Coffee House, in the citv of New - York, under the direction of the subscriber, asoi.eof tb masters of this court, on Fnday. lite svUi - stant, at IX o'clock, noon All those four certain lots or land, situate in tbe nintn ward 01 tne .city of New - Tork. being part of tbe estate of John So - merindyck, late 01 the said city, deceased, and designated in a certain map of the said ttate, made by William Bridges, mi November, I80U, bv loU No. 8 and 9. and letter I and H. The said lots, taken together, are bounded westerly m front by Hudson River, and contain twenty a cres of ground, mora or less, with tbe appune nance. Liated f eo.atn, iuih. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Master in Chancery.' Norn. For particular, enquire at the Mas let's Office, No. 3 Law Buddings, where a map of the premises may be seen. Ieb5 lawXw&dts IN CHANCERY. State of New - York, ss. IN pursuance of a decretal order ot this honor able court, will he sold at pablii - auction, at tbe Tontine Coffee House, in the citT of New - York. under the direction of the subscriber, as one of the masters of this court, on Friday, the 27tft ia slant, at 12 o'clock at noon all those three cer tain lots of land, situate in the tenth ward of the city of N. York, and distinguished on a certain map of the estate, late of James Delanry, Esq mttde by Evert Bancker, bv lots No. six hundred and niteen, six nunarea ana sixteen, ana six nun - dred and seventeen, bounded westerly by Second street, and containing eacb 25 Iret in oreaato, and one hundred feet in depth, more or less, with the appurtenances. Dated Feb. 5, 1818. .... .... .... rw f . ' - Master in Chancery., feb 6 1aw3w&dft NEW BOOKS RECENTLY published and lor tale by KIRK Sl MERCEIN. 22 Wall - street, a narrative of the Preoidenl's Tour, made during the summer nf 1817, through the north - eastern and southwestern departments of tbe union, tic. lie. ; Lord Amherst's Embassy to China , the Memoirs of Claudius Buchanan ; Mandeville, a novel, by Wm. Godwin : Letters from the Cape of Good Hr - rie, being a reply to Dr. Warden' Letter ; ' - . ;i,t of St John, by Miss Porter ; Bingley's Utclul Knowledge : Coxe on Fruit Trees, with 300 engravings ; Purity of Heart, or woman a the should be, a aovel, by an old wife of twenty )em. .. f!6 nonoN YARN. The COMMISSION l'V lift iAw KJ COM P 4 NY, nte. fftoit iVot. or Cotton Ytrn. irom No. 4 1 1 30. jan 8 ROB ROY. K' IRK fc MERCE1N have iust received and put lo cress. Rob Roy, a novel, by the au thor of Waverty, Guy Manner ing, Tales of my Landlord, C arc. fen 'T BROWN, atone teal engraver and Jewel J. . ler. No. 166 Broadway. Coats of arms, crests, cyphers, tec. engraved on stone. A handsome assortment of Una gold asal, chains, and other jewellery. Ladies' seal engraved with coats of arms, motto, and fancy devices. Diamonds, amethy'ts, crystals, ate. bought in the rousrh or cnt to any form. Book of heraldry kept with upwards of 60,000 name. Jan 7 3m By authority of the iitatet of Aew - Jeriey and Aew - lW. THE MILFORD ti OWEGO ROAD LOT - TERY, for facilitating tbe intercourse between tbe western part of the State el New - Tork and the City or Hew - iork, through tbe State of Pennsylvania an I New - Jersey. . : BVlrlr.Tlt. 1 prite of 70,000 DOLLARS 1 33,000 DOLLARS 2 10,000 DOLLARS X 5,000 DOLLARS 10 1,000 DOLLARS 30 600 IK).. LARS 140 100 DOLLARS 3200 30 DOLLARS 3386 Prizes not two Blank to a Prize 10.000 Tickets Part of the Prizes will be determined as follows: it drawn No. 1st day, will be entitled to $5,000 do Xd do 600 do 3d do 1000 do 4th do 600 do 6th do 5000 do 6th do 600 do 7th do 10000 do Bin do .500 do 9th do 1000 do 10th do - 600 do 11th do 36000 do 12th do 600 do 13th do 1000 do 14th do 600 do 15th do 70000 do 16th do 600 do 17th do 1000 do Ifilh do '600 do 19th do 1000 do 20th do 600 This Lottery will commence drawing at the city of Jersey, on the first Tuesday in May next, and will he completed in twenty drawings. . The prizes will be paid at the Union Bank, in tbe citv of New York, sixty days after the drawin will be finished, subject to a deduction of 15 per cent CHAS. KINSEY,) D STUART, Commissioner JNO. LINN. S Tickets 30 dollar each. Adventurer awl Dealers can be supplied on application to ISAAC G. OGUEN, JanXOeodtf 48 Wail - street A YOUNG man, a native of France, withe for a situation as assistaat in an academy in the city, or private tutor in a respectable family iathe vicinity. He teaches tbe French,' Latin and Greek languages, the mathematics and music, and (peak English. The most satisfactory references as to character and abilities can be given. Application to be made to MR - B INTEL, feb eoJ2w No. 62 Provost - street MECHANIC HALL. bvuv KVBBiae thi wxec. MR. STANISLAS, aver wishful to gratify a liberal public, ha devoted som - time in bringing forward for those evenings, one of the Sreaiest pieces ofbumaa invention ever presented efore an euligMened audience, called the Temple of Mart. This astonishing and incomprehen - ible piece of mechanism, at tbe command of the exhibitor open its doors and displays in tbe back ground the bust of tbe illustrious Washington : tlie temple changes and discovers the Goddess of Liberty and rame desceading from the clouds with a wreaU) of laurels, aad Uaciog it on bis bead, displaying the motto - Homage to the Immortal Washington," For furtler particulars see bill of the day. fcbXSv PATKJfT ELASTIC JIAZOlt STROPS. I GEORGE SANDERS, lately from London, oace jnor adclrmsa the public, thanks them lor past favors, and coca uoraTyantBraa to rAatmxul hia itroDi as ooa of Uu most coaniort - givmr contrivances that aver blest thn chin of man. Ha will instruct nay sslf - thaviog genlla man in the as of it, and when once posaeesed or the secret and a box or oomponuoe, na may say with the poet of nature" To shave to sleep perchance to dream whila in tn operation and who would bear the iweaav ana aci oi uar - ber base i who would grant and sweat nnder a loa thorn beard, or n dull raxor use, when be might his quiatus make with a simple 5aander't strop f" Coma then to tus manuiaciory ai ine corner of Read - street and Broadway, and there yon will find thn (ubscriber always ready to re ceive the commands ol tus customer. dec5 4f WHEATON'S ITCH OINTMENT. THE long and Mccessfut ase of this ointment i n sufficient recommendation, a it has been found to be a pleasant, safe and certain re medy for tbat disagreeable disease ia all it ta gos. It is for sale in tbe city of New - York, bi J. A. JU VI. R. PoL No. 4 1 William - street i I IB. T. Clark. No. 85 Maiden - Lane H. H. .SrhiflVlinJb; Co. No. 193 Pearl - street: Law mm ITm. Na. 1Q5 Pearl - street : Hall t Bowne. 146 Pearl - street R. It L. Murray, 313 Pearl - etreet ; J. M. liradhorst, 314 Pearl - treet ; John Penford, No. 4 Fletrher - street t Duryee Poe, ia Pearl - street J hn C. Morrison, 188 Greenwich street; John P. Fisher, 100 Broad wa : Walter b Seaman, corner of Chamber - t and Broadway, and also in Chatham - street t and in abort it may be procured at most of thn Drug Store in this cityAlso in Philadelphia, of S. Witheaetl 1 Sons t Georre Harrell . North U Ro gera, and almost all the druggist tn the principal town n tn united states. ' LIKKWiag. WHEATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be had at the above place. Jan zz om THE LAST NOTICE. Tn those who are owing arrears of taxes, to the corporauoo oi ine citv ana kviuii v niw York : - . . M 1 . I U.w frr Tbe time limited for the payment thereof expired oa tne 1st inst. and i am now enaageo in making a return of such property aa remains delinquent, preparatory to the advertisement and tale thereol Tor the payment of said Taxes, and such other sum a may be required to meet the expense of such sale, which will take place wben completed. I am directed to receive all arrears vt biahmay be offered, prior to the completion of the above - named return and will attend at this office daily from 10 to 2 o'clock, until that period. T. W. GILBERT. Collector. Collector' Office, No. X City HaM January ia, mm. ) Jan 16 1m eOKPQKAllOJf PHOMHTY. rpO be sold at public auction on Friday the jl xutn t Kebruary, 1818, at the City Hall, 12 o'clock, Tbe highly valuable FARM now occupied bv Mr. Willium A. llardenbrook. about 6 mile from the city, containing together nearly fifty a - cres of land. It will be sold in lot from 5 to 10 acre each, situated on the 6th, 7th, 8th. 9th, It lUtn avenues t on the latter stand tne dwelling house and out buildings, but a short distance from the Hudson River. This property is worthy the attention of those who wish to possess handsome country seats t as it contiguity to the city, commanding view of ine ituaion, reureo situation, ana cnoice qoniity nf some of the ground, together with nn ample supply of wood, render it one of the moat desira ble objects or purcnase. A map of tlie prrmise may be seen, and fur ther particulars known, at the Comptroller Office, City Hall, Jan 6 dt TANNERY FOR SALE. TO be sold at public auction, on Wednesday, the 18th day of February next, in the area of the Exchange Coffee House, in the town of Boston, at 12 o'clock at noon, All the real estate belonging to the Hampehite Leather Manufactory, tituate in the town of Northampton, in the state of Massachusetts. The estate will be sold in four lots, via s Lot No. 1, containing about 31 acae of land, near the centre of the town of Northampton, on which I erected alt those extensive and valiia b!e building, lately occupied by the corporation for tanning of leather, with ahout 300 vats, some of which are very large end part of them under cover, in which leather may be handled during tne winter j it it presumed there is not in tbe siaieso extensive ana vaiuaoie an etiarjnsnment for carrying on the tanning buaioesr as this. A particular description of the building and pri - viledges would take op too much room for an advertisement. Lot No, 2 contain about 3 acre, tituate oa the north ride of the county road, directly opposite to lot No. 1, on which are two dwelling bouses, with convenient out buildings, is on high ground, and considered a very delightful situation. Lot No. 3,aontaining about four acre of land, tituate oa the easterly side of Mill River, about two miles from the meeting house in Northamp ton, with a valuable mill privilege and buildings thereon. Lot No. 4 contains about one acre of land, on which is erected a bark mill and bark sheds, si tuate near Edward' tavtrn, about 6 mile from Northampton, on the Albany load. Any person having an inclination to purchase all or any part or the foregoing property, are invited to examine it. The corporation pledge Ultnjwci,r w acu iu uic uigtwii iiiuuer, ueing ue - termined to close their concerns. Any informa tion respecting the estates maybe obtained on application to JOSIAH DW1GHT, Esquire, at Hon rthampton, or EBENEZER FRANCIS, India - street, Boston. jan 14 CORPORATION PROffcKTY. '10 be sold at public auction on Friday the X 20th inrt. at tbe City - Hall, at 12 o'clock v txts or oround on tbe westerly side or Col' lect - tt. between Anthony and Leonard - !. IX LoU on the easterly tide of CoIIect - at. be tween Anthony and Leonard - sU. 7 Lots on the easterly side of Collect - tt. be tween Leonard and r ranklin - ts. 1 Lot on the westerly side of Leonard - st. be twees Collect and Oranee - its. ALSO, 6 Cellars under Catharine market, for 3 years irotn 1st May next. The upper part of tbe Wttchhouse in El dridge, late Tbird - L for 3 year from 1st May i ne upper pan ot ine .watenbouse in c - pnng tL for I year from tbe 1st May. , The ferry at Manhattanville for 1 year. A map of the Collect lob may be teen and particular known at the Comptroller' Office, City nail. ten 4 did ALPINE SOAP. ffy The subscriben offer tbe gentlemen of this city their Alpine Soap, which only need n trial to prove its excellent qualities, in rendering the operation of shvins easy , it is - poaeed with many good and useful - .rV' heard, prevents chop - a1tai tiinir. and rivea that com fort and pleasing satisfaction in shaving a not to fail to recommend it to general ase and to merit tbe approbation of a generous public. Tbe subscribers do not with to enter into a long detail of this valuable soap, but they submit it to judges of genuine soap. Just received, an assortment of the celebrated patent Penetrating Hair Brushes, fancy articles, etc. , N. SMITH DAVIES A CO. 136 Broadway, nearly opposite City Hotel. Who always keep as general aad as good an as sort men t ol articles in their line a any store in thi city. N B. Please to observe that all the articles made by N. Smith Davie k Co. will have their name oo in copperplate or type. . feb 7 MOLASSES ft COFFEE - 90 hhcW. Hva - na Morasses tew crop X4 hhds. do Coffee Landing at Old - slip from Brig Caroline, and for sale by JAMES D'WOLF, Jr. fcb . . 67 Front street, POST CHAISE LLVE. rnR PHILADELPHIA The POST CHAISE, with every convenience for Pawenger and their beggage f ihreugh in one day) will leave the Post Chaise 0$ce, 1 18 Broadway, opposite the City Hotel every day (Sunday excepted at 7 o'clock in tbe mominz. by way oi newam, ana arrive me same uj lrtlnliia T MAIL PILOT, in opposition to the Mail Coach, with sunerior accommodations for Pas sengers and theft baggage, will leave the same flace every day (Sunday rxcepted) nt half part o'clock P.M. will nroceed before UieMaiLhnd not subject to the inconvenience of stopping at the numerous Post Offices on the road, but every accommodation provided for the traveller, and arrive some hours before the Mail at PLiladel - nhia. Fart 7 dollars. fj5r All good and baggage at the risque of ine owner. JOHN N. CUMMING, Newark. JOHN GULICK b SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON U HOWELL, Philad'ihia JV. B. Erpretsts sent to any part of the Ifnittd Statct, by I.. UAKLK m. J an zo u POST COACH LINE for PHILADELPHIA ai WAY Of TOWLBS - H00K H. PORTA! T TO lAIIKOERS. No connection with the cost chaise line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPO SITION REVIVED. A NEW Liae of Post Coaches with every con l venienre for passenger and baggage, on Snrines - TH ROUGH IN ONE DAY. The Post Coach win start from the Coach of fice, old No. 1 Courtland - street, N. York, every morning, Sundays excepted, at 1 - 2 past 6 o'clock, by way of Newark, New - Brunswick, Princeton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the same evening. ' the steam unai jtn iiui'Bini, win start from New - York every mommsj (Sundays excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the Steam Boat Ataianta, irom the norm side oi tne Battery, lodge at Kingston, and arrive in Philadelphia next day to dine United State Mail Coach, with a guard, with every convenience for passengers and baggage, on springs. Tbe U. S. mail coach will start from thecoacb office, old No. 1 Courtlandt - streel, New York, every day at 2 o'clock, r. M. and arrive nt riuiadeiptiia neat morning aiooxwca. umy 6 oasseneers admitted. For seats in the a hove named Lines, apply to THOS. WHITMtLU, at the old eslahlisned Coach, Stage and Steam Boat office, at the old No. 1 Courtlandt - stieet, the second omce irom Broadway, New - York; to ISAAC BROWN, No. 1 Washington - strett;ortoA. T. GOOD RICH ft CO. No - 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, New - York. Q3rAII goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. JOSLl'll Li Uid, suss ti uu. N. B Express sent to any part ol tlie Con tinent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Jan ZX U. S. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, WITH A GUARD, nr The public are assured that this hne is equal to any ia the U. S. for tbe convenience and comfort of tbe traveller. With the addition of the guard, I be passenger may rest secure as to his iiaggage and persoot.1 taletj the coach never being left whiltt changing at the post office, without a person oo the box. The way mail 1 put in separate bag and changed in the Euro pean it vie. The U S. Mail Coach will tart from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtland - tiet, New - York every day at X o'clock f. M. and arrive at Philadelphia nextmornine at 6 o'clock : only 6 patieager admitted iu this coach. Formats apply to THOsJ. WHITFIELD, at the old Coach and Stage Office, old No 1, second office from Broadway ia Courtlandt - street, or to A. 1 . uuuutuuu u uo. no. iz - i Broadway. corner of Cedar - street, New - York. N. B. All goods and baggage at tbe risk of the owners. J. LYON ft SONS. Powles Hook. WILLIAM GULICK ft CO. Kingston. CHESTER BAILEY, Philadelphia. Expresses sent to any part of the Continent by jan 20 THOS. WHITFIELD. WANTED. A white girl about 16 years of age, to attend on a lady and one child. One who can bring; recommendation satisfactory as to her disposition, neatness ftc. may hear of a Rood and permanent place, by applying immediately at No. 64 Greenwich - et jan ao 1.1 OR SALE, for a term of years, a healthy, JL active and very capable negro wench - will be disposed of cheap, at it i her own de sire Entire at No. X3 North Moore - strctt. Feb 1 If MUSIC. ALL the Songs, Duetts, a sung by Mr. Phi - lipps at tbe New - York Theatre, for sale at Wm. DUBOIS' Piano Forte and Music Store, No. 126 Bsoadway. Behold in his soil expressive face Tho' love is warm awhile 'Ti bat fancy's sketch Is there a heart that never lov'd In vtoin ma v that bosom lost quite deplore My early Jay what joy was thine Love' young dream Thi blooming rose at early dawn Robin Adair Beautiful Maid - Let lame sound the trumpet Had 1 a heart Evtleen' Bower Dear maid 1 love thee Ah sure a pain was never seen Said a smile to n tear Sigh not for love Mv heart with lova is heatine The celebrated serenade of Lillacome down , Bird Duett to me" r lora's wrcain. With a large assortment of new music, dec X4 600 COPIES OP WRIGHT k HAWEIS A TREATISE en, That being Bora Again, without wbicb no man ran be saved ; by Samuel Wright, D. D. ; to which is added, the Communicant's Spiritual Companion, or an evan gelical preparation for the Lord's Supper, by the Kevd. Thorns Haweis. C00 copies of this work in sheets, or by the single one, bound, for sale by km. tiiAttans, Circulating Library, 133 Fulton street Jan 151m JUST published, a new Map nf the stale of Indiana, by the Hon. C. Harrison, to which is added, the surveys i of the Illinois Territory, by wen. .uooiutiu, price z aoiiara. r or vaie ny PRIOR ft DUNNING, No. Ill Water - strreL A few conie of Shelton and Reo.itl's large Map of the United States, mounted and vamitn - ed, or folded in a case ; prici 15 dollars, to be nan as anove. Jan 31 Sw PIANO FORTE FOR SA1.F NEW and fashionable instrnmr nt. made hv XX one of the best London nanf.cturer, nod incomplete order, will be sold cheap, a the owner witne to leave the city. Enquire at 32 icar - sreeT, corner or Broadway. Jan 31 3 - 1 ImmO&tt Pbue know now fo' duliagaj,, L - CweeothiaMtha4lifr DOCTO HORNR, formerly frtT of London, nr. rr " tacujiy or phytic . . J - J - i IIUUD. tv to repeat aomeronservationa cm the abuse ot lRCURxV A rash, indiscriminate, and unousJi. ficd use thereof; has been prrVtuc, tivm nr inHn;i. i L 1 nb ,Md nf1BJ1 merconaliied out of exist MWV. - Th . Hi... ii Iwm . . - ... uo nv iion u Tlew owes US la. ... ....... w uju wuunx. " vvnat a nit that a young man, the hope of hi country. t darlin nhi. i.i. .k.u i - . . V n - - - , aaaozuM a. way from all the prospects and enjoytneotsof hf. by theccosequenceaofone nngxariled moment and by a disease not in R own nature fatal, anJ wtiich only proves so from neglect or iinpror... treatment.'' A gentlemap, (late Dr.'sT!! tient) now perfectly benrty and well, had bee. under physicians of general practice, ix re and rewatcdly .alivat, d ; when recommended tm Dr. H. (by a gentleman of this city) hi bona! were carious, and hi flesh dropping from tJwn. his friends declared he could not possibly survi. t wo month longer. Thousands exrwimentaii! know with what ease and safety Dr. II ctes tbe severest case, and confirm the conVf, tution. .The Doctor' blan (advertising) ii cetsary to guard tlie pubUc against the Vonse Ti mercury, and other (at - d delusions, held forth Persons, therefore, having contracted a n" n rrrI Ktied a - admonished not to tamper with their couStir, r f nflierahairiiio h ".ecOV - .. . - "'o vi an Old caa other impunUe. of the blood, MweUaj oth - ' sex. should remember poaterity, and oVju tk to their conscience, bv tuakin r - 9 Dr. H. at hi. old and r.It uni respeciahla k lishment, No. 64 Water - street, fouV bogw of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt assists, one calrufated 6 prevent disclosure. Andl tL,2 ,1 IF, r mm nni ..nitM. - ..' v. a aurwrftrin nine la nn . - 11 " fwnIn.,,M suiessis radically done, yon will certainly a?, the disorder break out again with redoubled ma iRnity. at some futnre period ; perhaps then will be too (ate for remedy. Don't you often njeet T.T aiaiuuwu maci. Without even a bit of nose on their face TaAVwarni I beseech yon. """"ftt Dr. H's. "u - vacter for (kill and stubborn inlai gtvy bein - universally known in this city, ,J, - w I'aucuu umi aeucacy and crecy hitherto unknown, and having confined L.. . rnuieiy 10 me rare of iteatet of the hlnnH ivii.ni ii... : . culateon the most decided adsanlV suiting Dr. II. (ntWIw. PPAtlfrfttAH in Isva . L . ' " - v - i v v - a a rv aj ajg illrtTO YT fClM.saaj Stricture removed without bougie rr any other instrument ; and all debilitiej iikewiie all old ulcerations, fistula's &c. " A plurality of offices are prorided, and so si(.. afpn flint nfttinnia nm trt owna A i . observation. Open till half past 9 In the evenine calling, and speaking with Dr. II. which ,, of cost. And nere me Hector cannot avoid Um ovrtMlsiAn fil mrwmi iwnAm fnm a 1 J h 6 , r .1 """meraoie recom menrlaflons, and for the decided prefere ace fitia nretumrd with iuit ranu - lna. t . r r. . ii - (, t,",ia um oy a judicious public. " . J u. in inters must De pott paid. Dr. Buchanan. AugX7 I NEITHER CWtAAil J0TX57oI. THY.Y. ER. EVAS' soperfe, . ,nietbodofcuringacer - Uin Disease, ii now universally ackaowledced iathis Citv ni. .1 . j - . j - ""'"it vi ucuuneni is perfectly mild, sale, ex - r"""") aua ma caargea reaaonable. in every In. stance h warrmU a'cara, I and wiU return the pay if ha uui perrom agreeable to contract. """7 aiway oh serve J. j uciv vii. uu, citj and it vi - cinity, laboring nnder various chronie mteaset, such a cancer, old inveterate ufcers, scroia or kings evil, fistulas, disease of the urethra. madder ana aianies, via compicac ea compiauta of a certain nature, talioua and fctber olrtnic - tlnata a4t it swam ttl tn. Xe whtfh (haaiMlJu l..u - nutpiiaia iu chiuc jcorn, uiKier sonte Ol to) C . .nj lh.l.il... ? . 1b & ui n ourgfu uu . iiiuudiu m iuc world, nasi made those obstinate disease hi constant study for 30 years. Oct IX ,.(r WHEATON t DA - V IS, Fancy Chair Manufacturers, No. 153 Fulton - street, opposite St Faals Church, oiler for sale, wholesale and retail, a large and elegant assortment of Curld Maple, plain painted and ornament ed iu gold fx Jronte, Bamboo, Plain and Gilt Balls, Rocking, Sewing, and Conversation Chain, flniaa. KttM. Loungees, Music Stools, ftc. urdcrs irom any pan of tbe continent executed with neatness and dispatch. Old Chairs repaired, painted and ornamented act 13 , ITT The subscriber baying recently returned from England with an important improvement oa the artificial SDrinsr LEG. ha takes thia mailuvd of informing hit friends and the public, that all tnose wno are so uniortunate at to be in want ot a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by ap plying ai io. 1 1 Barclay - street, new - lot. Jan XX WM. PURVIS. ' fill ffil c ii ir.ii! ir LEE'S ITCH OLYTMEJfT, WARRANTED an infallible remedy at on application, may be wed with perfect safety on infant n week old, not rontain'nt; a particle ol mcrcnry.or any dangerous Ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with that offensive smell which attends the application of other remedies. The above medicines are prepared and solJ at LF.E'S Medicine Stoi c, No. 46 Maiden - Lane, and sold by S. CARLE, cornel of Fulton and Water - streets. ' . DrnggifU and coon try storekeepers supplied on liberal terms. - Jan 29 n LYNCH, Junr. having made arrangement .ilk. M.nMt.KU hniic. in Matira. tO CO supplied with a proportion of the wines of the Pa . l j a - L. . tiai - nmei oi si. Antonio una iaiaa uo wiw, - versally acknowledged to produce the beat Madeira in the Island) Tia opened a wine store, at No. 40 William - street, svhere be will receive order for thi wine, from gentlemen wishing to raj up a tock for their own use ; and (by the agreement with the house ia Madeira) if tbe wine, on arrival, be not approved by D. L. Jr. it i not W be sent to the parties ordering It. D. L. Jr. has taken great pain to procure from various places in the United State and too West Indies, the best Madeira, that was to be purchased, in the woot. and old bottled wine, ot very superior quality, from private stocks, whicn henowtUerlorate. He will constantly keep on hand an assortment of tbe choicest wines and liquors, selected with tar by himself, and will sell none which be cannot WARRANT PURL as IMPORTED. . Jan 19 lm NEW - YORK: . PRINTED AND PUBLISHED nv MICHAEL BVRNHAMk CO. No. 4X PiirT,ix"r. rabte, they can certainly be cured (in genertdl by applying at Dr. E VANS'S Medical Store, No. 0. Pec a - i I ic having bractiamt ni.