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i 4 1 T m CUAKCEllY, ;. . " . . IN CHANCERY. ' " " ' " - .', " , - - Stale cjJftto - Yori, tt. , 1 pursuance of a decretal order of this boo'V rablti court, will be tokJ at public auction, at the Tontine CciTee House, in the city of New - York. under the direction of tbe subscriber, at om of 1ni masters or this court, oo Wednesday, tlx Ibth tar olTebruary sit,at It o'clock oo. " AH that certain lot of ground, situate ia tbe seventh ward ol the city ol New - York 1 hounded northerly in front by Divukn - rtrett, southerly id tbe rear br a kit of ground bekmeinsi to Daniel CohauX westerly by s lot of ground belonging to Ann Elder, and easterly by lot of ground belonging to Cornelius f oUiesnus t ' containing iff l i.l. - r . . - . l. . a ureaaiu in iron ua rear, cacn twenty ni tees, and in length 6a each tide, sixty three feet six inches , nnd the lite of ,a ganway of eight feet wide, leading iroaa trie said lot into llartnan - trect, in cotnirjoa with the proprietors of tbe Iota of ground adjoining tbe laid gangway; with the pputttnaoce. Dated Jan. 27, i (8. ' : , ' JAMES A. HAMILTON, , Jaa 27, 2awtFl0dts Matter in Chancery. .W ... NOTICE.. ' TA7HEREA8 Richard Wallace, lata of the .V V firm of Whiting & Wallace, or reters - burg, Virginia, ha'h by his deed of assignment, . dated on It.e Sth da of December, 1317, ttant - ferred and set over toute eft the eatate, real, personal, and mixed t all tbe hook and account?, tlra rights and credits, whirn did heretofore tie - long to the raid firm of Whiting Wallace, awl i to the said Richard Wallace, individually, as truitee for the creditors of lbs said firm of Wht - luf & Wallace, or of tbe taid Richard Wallace individually This it to fire public notice, that I am alone authorised to nettle and adjust all tbe outstanding; clainji acaintt them, ai well a to receive all the debts due to them. Tbe creditors of the said firm, therefore, or of the laid Rich' ard Wallace, who are deposed to receive tbe benefit of tbe said trust fund, are invited to call upon me and execute a release la duo form, on or before the lit day of March next, and the debtors so me said nrni are assured that Hie most speedy methods will be retorted to, to close all outstand ing debts. ' JUsEPH PETTlrOOL. 4 - Norfolk, Virginia, 11th Jan. 1818. Jaa 19 Sawlm . IN CHANCERY. " ' SUte of New - York, ss. '15 pursuance of a decretal order of this honorable court, will be sold at public auctioo, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the city of Mew - York, under toe direction of tbe subscriber, as one of the masters of this coart, on Friday, the 27 in in stant, at ix o'clock, noon - Ail those lour certain lots of land, situate in the ninth ward of the city of .New - fork, being part of the estate of John So - mcuadyck, late cube taid city, deceased, and designated in a certain nap of tbe said estati, tnade by William Bridge, in November, 180H, by lota No. 8 and 9, and letters I and II. Tbe - said lots, taken together, are bounded westerly - in Trout by Hudson River, and contain twenty a - erf s cf ground, more or lets, with the appurtenances. Dated Feb. 5th, 181(1. - JAMES A. HAMILTON, "" Matter in Chancery. ; - Notb - For particulars, enouire at the Alas - i . er' Oflice, No. 3 Law Buildings, where a map or trie premises may e teea. MA lawSwIrdU " L CHA.VCErlY. Stale ol N w - Yorlc, se. IN punaance of a decretal order of tbit honor - ehl court, will he told at politic auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New - York, under the direction of the subscriber, as one of the masters ol this coart, on Friday, the t7th instant, at IS o'clock at noon all tWose three certain lots of land, situate in the tenth ward of the city of X. York, and distinguished on a certain .map of the estate, late of James Delanry, Ksq made by Evert Bancker, by lots No. six hundred . and fifteen, six hundred and ixteenlnnd six hun - lmd and seventeen, hounded westerly by Second street, and cMiteining each 15 f - et in breadth, and one hundred feet in depth, mire or I'.n, with - tbe appurtenances. Dated Feb. 5. 1 r 1 U. . ' . JAMES A. HAMILTON, Master in Chancery. fch 6 Inwtw&'dfe MAVOR'd COURT. William L. Mathcwsl John Cornell and 9a - 'nrrtiUon. rh bit wile. J IN pursuance of an order of (he court of common pleit, called the Mayor's Court, of the city or New - York, ninde in the above cause, we intend to tt - ll at public vendue, to the highest bidder or bidders, at the Tontine Coffee 1 louse, in thecity of New - York, on the llthday of March next, at 13 o'clock at noon, all that certain d wel - Kns! house, messuage, tenement and lot of land, situate. Ivins and beinein the fourth ward of the ci'yof Neir - York, known and distinguished in a map thereof oy lot numnereixnieen ; wnun saia premi esand lot of hind is bouoded as follows : aoutuerlv by Banker - street, easterly by Rose - TeU - slr - '.t, nortlierly by lot nutntier seventeen, and wfslerlvin tbe rear bv land oeinneinz to sa , rah Thompson, containing in length on each ' aide fi t ieet. and in breadth in front And rear twenty rive feet each t with all and singular the rights, ways, water courses, nereaitaroents and apurtt nances thereto belonging or in any wise aimert lining. Dated out reo. IS lis. JAMISON COX ) JOSHUA PELL. Jun. Commissioners, JOHM P. DIETERICH S Qj" The above premises are the corner of Bauk it and Rosevelt - streets, in the possession of John tt. Lbbetts, WJI. W. M'CLELAN, Att'y, feb7aw4w IN CHANCLRY. State of New - York, ss. IN pursuance of a decretal order of this honora Me court, will be told at public auction, at the Tontine CoflVe House in the city of New - York, under the di' ret ion ot the sariscnber, as one ol the masters of this court, on Saturday, tbe fourteenth day of February next, at twelve o'clock at noon, all that certain house and lot of ground, situate on the westerly side of Nassan - street, in the third ward of the city of New - Vork, and ' known as number 51, bounded at follows : easterly In front by Nassau - street, westerly In the rear by property belmgin; to Mr. Isaac Mend, northerly by Mr. Ho'lfikinson's Tavern, and southerly bv property of Mr. Elisabeth Giron - court, containing in breadth in front and rear twenty five feet, in length on tbe northerly side one hundred and twelve feet four inches, and on tbe southerly side one hundred and ten feet ten inches, be the same more or less ; together with all and singular tbe hereditaments and anpu re partees thereunto belonging. Dated the ZJd day of January, 1Q18. RICHARD I. WELLS, Master in Chancery. Note The terms of the sale will be as fol lows : 10 per cent oo the day of sale, 1 5 per cent on tbe first day of May n'Xt, at which time a deed will he executed and possession given ; the residue to be paid in seven years, with interest balf yearly, secured by a bond and mortgage oo the premises the bouse to be ir.u"ed hy the pan - baser iron tbe said first dij of May until the ?.orchae mney and interet thereon i paid, and be policy to be transferred to the mortgagee or mrtner particulars apply at the master's of - fite. No. 50 Pine - atreet JaiH1r The sale of the hoe property it pot pined until Thursday, the 19thday ofrVhruary, instant, at half past It o'clock, at tbe same place. Dated I eoroary, 14, loiu. RICHARD I. WELLS, teh lArits Mister in Cliaw.rr. f1 BROW.N, stone seal engraver andjewel - X . ler. No. 166 Broadway. Ctts of arms, crests, cypliers, kc. engraved oa Mroe. A handsome assortment of cbaias, and other jewellery. Cat gold seals, lilies' seals eo graved with coats of arm, snot to, and fancy devices. diamonds aanethrsts, cryrtals, kc. bought a the rough or cut tn any form. - Hooks or beralUr kept with apwanls of 60,000 uoms. Jan 7 Sa ACOUNTIfVG BOO VI TO LET. A PLEASANT Coantina Room oo the lower oproftl.o store No. 9 boiUi - ftreet. Ap - Ilj U Ha, tt Scotb - etreet, ,feb 14 to on I l :' it "". Mr.l I! lO';.! - .IV. ' - : mmo tome roti - balk. 1 4 NEW and fashtowbie instrument, mads by IX. om of the belt Londoa manufacturers - nd incompleta order, will he. sold cheap, as Ihe owner, wishes to leave the city. vEirquire, 32 Cedar - street, corner of Broadway - - Ja31 ' " COONfRY SEAT FOH. SALIC The Farm known by the tame of Cat Ue Howard Farm, handsomely situated 11 - 2 miles from Princeton, bounded in front by the main tnmpike road from Philadelphia to New - Yortr, and in the rear by .Millstone Creek, it contain 145 acres, 30 acres of which is woodland, 20 acre lying 3 miles from the Una, and a beautiful Jot of 10 acre within, about 300 yards of the right wing of the bouse. , Besides ornamental tree, it contains a variety of fruit trv - es, consisting of grafted pears, of the best quality, 17 different kinds; cher - ries, 10 different kinds, the most of Uiem grafted and an orchard of the best apples, besides a young and thriving orchard of crab apple) for making the cider so celebrated, alo, one of tweet apples for fatting hogs, - The liouae is pleasant and commodious with an excellent garden, the out - houses and fences ail in good condition. The above is a delightful summer or winter residence. For further particulars enquire at No. 127 Peari - st. New York, or to the subscriber, on the premises, who will give an indisputable tide for tbe same. , Z. AlUKrUKU. ian 5 tawtf t - t - i'O LEAsE, HLu For nt or mart vears, The Farm and Mansion House belonging to the subscriber, situated en the banks of the Hudson, one mile south of the vilUe of roughkeepsie 1 be lann is suitably divided into meadow, or chard, and arable land. Tbe fruits ore abun dant, and of the best kinds The mansion house is commodious and lare, eighty feet long, with a piazza in Iront 1 he situation has loot been ad mired, and the lofty locust - trees by which it is decorated, render it the most desirable reuJente between New - York and Albany The rent wdl be moderate, as the care and attention of Ihe tenant will be takeo into consideration For particulars apply to the propietor, either personally or by letter. H KiVKY A. I.IVINUSTU Poohkeepsie, January 20, 1318. Jan 21 3aw4w Trmntportalton to titltburghf through Ihe Hate ofjftw - York. THE subscriber, who bts been engaged for several years in forwarding merchandize to different parts of the United States, offers his services to the merchants and traders of the western states and territories, as agent to tnnsnort nrnnertv of everv decrintion from the ci y of New - York to Pittsburgh, in the state of Pennsylvania boons snipped at new.YorK, onboard "the wests m hue" of sloops for Albany, can be delivered at rittsburgb, it is believed, in as short a time, as by any other route yet discovered i the price or transnorta tion for the whole distance never exceeding six dollars per cwt Proper care has been taken select gentlemen of respectability as agents the several routes communicating with the Allegany riven and where extraordinary ex ertions are required, a confidential person thoroughly acquainted with the country, will accompany the goods. All communications on this subject, post paid, will receive the earliest attention of the subscriber, who for approved security will give a credit of six months on a large proportion of the account. CHARLES SMYTH. Albany, state of New - York, 2d February, 1S18. V. Reference to Messrs Sattetlees & Co. and Messrs. I. Hyer.and H. Rankin, New - York. feb7 2aw . My authority of the totrt if Jttte - Jtriry and Aeir - l'iwi. rpHE MILFORD 4: OWEGO ROAD LOT - J - i r - tii, far tacilitatim; the intrrcpurse he tween the western parts of the Stalu ol New York and the City of New - York, through the Slates ol I'eunsyivania an r wew - Jersey. St.ttri.3ir.. 1 prise of 70,000 DOLLAR3 1 35,000 DOLLARS X lO.OtN) DOLLARS 2 5,0;0 DOLLARS - 10 1,000 DOLLARS 30 500 DO - LAKS 140 100 DOLLARS 3 - 200 . . 30 DOLLARS 3386 Prizes not two Blanks to a Prize 10.000 Tickets Part oi the Prises will be determined as follows : First 1000 Blanks, Thirty Dollars each. nrst drawn Ho. lit day. will be entitled to $5,utiu do do du do do do do do do do do do da do do do do di 2d 3d 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th tit 10th 11th 12th 1.1th 14th 15th 16th 17th 18th 19th do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do 500 1000 500 5000 600 10O0O - 5(H) 1000 500 350011 500 1000 500 70000 50 1000 600 1000 do do do do 20th 500 This Lottery will commence drawfnir at the city of Jersey, nnlhe first Tueiday in May next. and will : e compl ted in twenty drawings. I ne ty "f New - York, sixty days after the drawing will be finiUitd, subject to a deduction of 16 per uuici mil i if4iu ai uic iiiuii ajcuik, iii uic .i cent. CHAS. KINNEY, i D.STUART, Comtpitsioners JNO. LINN. S Tickets 30 dollars each. Adventurers and Dealers can he supplied ( application to ISAAC G. OUDEN, A PARTNER WAITED. THE subscriber wislies to employ a small L cash capital in "me respectable business either as a silcnl or active Partner. Address S. H. at this office. feh 17 3t BUSBY'? FATE.1T JA.VIGA.BI.K RAST BOATS, AISD FLOATIilO IIPE MUX. THE Naviyablc Raft - lit at is shaped like the I common horse - buat ; it firntd of a casing of souared iine timber, pitched and tiled in alid with round logs, unrtripprd of hark ; the whole fixed together with live - onk pins, andiron bolts at tbe angles. K is propelled by a water wheel. with upright butkttt, operating uithm a gutter or raencay, as in mills. Tbe cost is one lourtb of that of ordinary horse - boats, including all the machinery. There is a great surface ol deck, which Buy lie covered with frame work, to receive passengers and freight; and only half the number of horses used on board boats of equal dimensions, are necessary to carry this rapidly throueh tiie water. The Navirable Raft - Bon t f instantaneously transformed into a powerful! tide mill, hy cast - ina: anchor, and afliXmc a moveable nopper - mouth or flar, to each end of the raceway, find ui.iy w nuiiDij vinpK'jCT in mat vayamj, wren not in use as a conveyance. Persons desirous of adopting this invention, which is peculiarly Cited to nil the American wa ters, are invited to view a model, at the office of a. bUMJY, Architect and Engineer, 2 Law Bui!r'ing.Nasi1 - street, New - York. PSA Nav gable Raft - Boat may be built complete in a month, including all the machinery . UZT The editor of the Boston Palladium. Albany Argus, PhilideSijhia freeman's Journal and Democratic Press, Bxltim - ne Cine tie, Charleston Courier, and Km hmod Lnquirer, are r quested to insert the aboe twice a week for one month, tnd forward their accounts to the advertiser. feb 13tf nr. . .L0T$ FOR SALE ATAVCTIOX. BY: order, of tb last will of Peter fttujrer - saiit, Esq. deceased, will be sold at iudion on Tuday tbe 17th insU at tbe T. C. H. at 15 o'clock: 1 - . Bt BLEECKF.R t BlCBY, - . riv ealoabla lots af rronnd frmitinir tbe eal side of Bowery - lane, adjotoiog the south tiW tA Delancy - slreet Five lots en the west lido of Christie - street and adjoining the south ride of Delanccy - street Five lots on the south tide of IJelancey - ttrect, between tbe Bowery - Jane and Chris tio - flrtcl.Ths terms of mle are filter dollars on each lot, to be paid oo the day ot sale ; one third of the residue on the lit of May i Uie rsntiainder, if required, in two equal annual payments, with interest annually - A map oi tbe premises may be eeea at the auctioneers office, Tontine Cofle House. IT The buildings are to be removed by the present tenants by the 10th of May next, when the purchasers will have possession. Feb 7 R( The House, Stable and Lot No. 19 SUitr - street, on accoiuniodnting .terms. If not sold by middle of February next, the premises will be rented. For terms, apply at 39 Burlicg - slip. ALSO FOR SALE, An eleraat Lot, fronting Bowliog Greene, and Home and Lot 45 1 rankhn - streeL Title to the foregoing indisnutable. Enquire at above, jau 13 5awtFehl4 NO'llCE. ALL persons indebted to the estate of Raggles Hubbard, esquire, late sheriff of the city and county'of New - York, iheriff, are re - quested to moke payment to James L, Bell, esquire, present sheriff of the city and county of New - York, on or before the first day of May next oral'ter that period the lifts remaining on - paid will be put in suit . CATHERINE HUBBARD, Feb II SawtlMar Administratrix. ' Ta the Ctlittntol Aiu - York. ZERAII HAWLEY Physician and Dentist, would inform the inhabitants of New - York, that he has taken an office at No. 321 Pearl - street, where he will extract, elemi, Jilt, til and . .,. ', . i . it : sri j err in me inuM npi'ruvcu luuimrr. &ie vrm also prevent any irregularity of the secondary teeth, if application is made to him in season, He Hatters himself, from the experience lie has bad in his profession, that he shall be able to give general satisfaction. For character the public are referred to Mr. Geo'. P. Shipman, merchant, No. 63 South - street, and Doctor A. Ives, ho. zuz r earl street. Whom it may toneern. (gr This certifies, thai Dr. Zerab Hawley is a regular bred physician, and in good standing with his brethren in this place i that he has paid particular attention to thi art of Detitiitn. has studied the best European works oo the subject, and has given very good satisfaction in this branch in nis customers, woo are persons or tne nrst re spectahilily in this city. We therefore, with en tire confidence, recommend Dr. Hawley to the citizens oi rsew - lore, as a dentist. jEneas Munson I Eli Ives Nathan Smith Jonathan Knight. Professors of the Medical Institution of Yale Col College. New - Haven, Jan 22, 1810; feb 3 3w THE EAGLE FIRE COMPANY OF NEW YORK, - lOrSTtrtLT. to lll?uic a&altHI jwm u, ium - V at'ebv Fire, dwelling houses, store;, nian - iiiacionct aim nnn, wnn ineir niacninery anu Stock, ships in port and their cargoes, and every description of personal property. In addition to the capital Stock, which is se cured hy mortgages on real estate, this company possess a large contingent fund, part of which is invested in t tame manner and the remainder in public Stocks : The possession of such a tur plus and the facility with which public funds can be converted into money, fiijnish this company with the means to meet claims to a larger amount than those which maybe reasonably anticipated, or for which Uieir immediate income would be insufficient. Answers will be given to applications from any nartofthe United States, which may be made for insurance, either, on buildings or goods, if tnen application are accompanied wiui a De scription oi tne nuiidings, stating uieir local di mention!, matenaisoi wmcniney are construct ed, in what manner occupied, and their contigu itv toother buildinzs. itieant are uius ouereu, oi fecuniy, against that kind of loss, which frequently, in an unex pected moment, involves in destruction tne cam' inzs of a life of industry and fruealitv. and red u ces the independent and affluent to poverty and distress. With regard to the different rates of premium and conditions of insurance, the public are referred to the printed proposals which have been dis tributed, and may be had at the office, No. 69 wall - street. EDWARD W. LAIGHT, President, JOHN D. MEYER, Secretary. An 7 MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANI OF TU CITT OF KKW - IURK. (Ihcoldtit InttilxtHimfor Insurance aguinslfirt in mti Mil,) fNFURE acainst Los or Damazc by Fire, - Dwelling Houses, Ware Houses, Bvildines in general, Merchandize, Ships in port and their Cargoes, Household Furm ure, and every description ol iersoral property, on terms as favorable as similar institutions m thiscity. This Company is incorporated sfly for the purpose of insuring aeainst losses bv fire, and hat circumscribed its operations chiefly within this city and immediate proximity. In addition to the Capital Stock, f.00.000, which it secured hy bond and niortaar e on real estate and public storks, this Company possesses a nanasome surplus nina, invesiea in nae man ner jpattitsassuredmay therefore repose the ful lest conmlence in the solidity of its capital, am that an losses or damage will be settled with promptitude and lihcrality. The different rates ol premium and ronditions of nrane are uniform with those ofuic otht Fire Insurance Offices in thiscity. The public are. referred for particulars to the printed proposals incircnli;ion, nnd which may he bad on application at - o 52 wail street GABRIEL FIRM AX, President, JOHN PIN TARD. Secretary. mnv 2n AOKt TO l.r 'i. The fire proof store No. 2 Gouvern'Mir'i Lane, (near Water ttreet) is to let Irorn lt May next Unas four f tones, hesidet a large crlla and a very rnrumodionsgarret. Being iktacbed from other buildings, there is no risk from fire. Possession iuy prol'Jhly tie ha 1, 11 required, he for th 1st Alnv. Am v r,f 29 8 inth pr t. to feb 2 TUCKER k LAUK1ES. I A PA TF..YT ELASTIC RAZOR jSTaOPS.1 mrtGE BANDERS. Intel v frour London, iX - OMX more addressee tbe - public llikuti tbem for part favors, and oner more Ventures In rainHul his itroot Bscoe of the mcrt comfort - civme contriranccs thut ever West the t'u of; miD. Ha will inrtruct anv telf - ihaviiiff gentle - man id the tue of it, and when once pcd of the secret and a box of comoosrtioiu be may say with Ihe poet f nature, " To ihave - U sleep jTcrc bonce WdreHmwhilein tbeoperalion and who would" hearth twaka - awl actJ,of bar ber basei who. would trunt nd jwcat ur.fler a loathome beard, or a dull razor use, when be might his quietus make with a simple Saunder strop?1' Come then to bis manufactory at tbe corner of Reed - street and Broadway, and there yon will find tbe subscriber alwajt ready to re ceive the commanus ol his customers. decS tf ' WH EATON'S ITCH OINTMENT. THE long and successful use of this ointment is a euAicient recommendation, as it has been found to be a pkasant, safe and certain remedy for that disagreeable disease in all its stares. It is for sale in the city of New - Vork, by J. A. & VT. R. Post, No. 41 William - street j I. tt T. Clark, No. 85 Maiden - Lane ; H. H. Schiefftlin e Co. No. 1V3 Pearl - street j Lawrence & Kee. No. 195 Pearl - street j Hall I Bowne, 146 Pearl - street ; R. & L. Murray, 313 i'earl - strret j J. AI. Bradhurst, 314 l ean - street ; John l'enford. No. 4 Fletcher - street I Duryee k Poe, in Pearl - street; John C. Morrison, 188 Greenwich - street ; John P. Fisher, 106 Broadway i Walter& Seaman, corner of Chamber - st. and Broad wav. and also in Chatham - street ; and in short it may be procured at most of tbe Drug Stores in this city Also in Philadelphia, of s. Withered Sons ; George Hartell .North & Ro gers, and almost all the druggists in the principal towns 10 the united states. MKEW13K. WH EATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be had at the above places. jan 82 lm ka yjojv prof eh n . rno be sold at Public auction on Friday the 1 20th February, 1818, at the City Hall, It O'CIOCK, The highly valuable FARM now occupied by Mr. William A. Hardetibronk, about h n.ilen from the city, containing: tozctlier neatly filty a - cres of land. It will be sold in lots from 5 to 10 acres each, situated on the 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, k 10th avenues ; on the latter stund the dwelling house and nut buildings, but a short distance from the Hudson River. This property is worthy the attention of those who wish to possets handsome country senti ; as its continuity to the city, cominandidg views of the Hudson, retired situation, and choice quality of some of the ground, together with an ample tnpply of wood, render it one of the most desirable objects of purchase. A map of the premise! may be seen, and fur ther particulars known, at the Comptrollers ui - fire, City Hall. Jan 6 dts TANNERY rOR SALE. r"!0 be sold at public auction, on Wednesday, L 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 th. real estate belonging; to the Hampshire Leather Manufactory, situate in tbe towrr - ol Northampton, in the state of Massachusetts. The estate will be sold in four lots. Tit : Lot No. 1. containing about 31 acaes of land, near the centre of the town of Northampton, on which is erected all those extensive and valua ble buildings, lately occupied hy the corporation for tannine of leather, with about 300 vnts, tome of which are very large end part of them under cover, in wincn leather may re n;jdieo ounng the winter : it it presumed there is nt in the state so extensive and valuable un establishment for carrying on the tannins business as this. particular description of the buildings and pri - viiedsrs would take up too much room lor an advertisement. lGt No, 2 contain about 3 acres, situate on the north side ol the county road, directly oppo site to lot No. 1, on which are two dwelling bou ses, with convenient out buildings, is on men ground, and considered a very dtlightlul situation. ... v. o .i ... r - .. - ..... .ri...i ilnat m ih .t - 'i, side ol Mill Kiver, annul two mile from the meeting houe in Northampton, with a valuable mill privilege and buildings tncreon. Lot No. 4 contains about one acre of land, on which is erected a hark mill and hark sheds, situate near Edward's tartrn, about 6 miles trom Northampton, on the A many road. Any person having on inclination to nurrhnse all or any part of the foregoing property, are invited to examine it. The corporation pledge thtmselves to soil to the highest bidder, being determined to close their concerns. Any information respecting the estates may lie obtained on i: .: . - met , it riYiiMT, i : Northampton, or LUt..tLil r Krt.IS, jan 14 India - street, Boston. CORPORATION PKOPMU Y. 'TO be told at public auction on Friday tlie X 20ih int. at lhe City - Hall, at lSo'clock - 9 Lots of Ground 011 the westerly tide of Col - lect - st. between Anthony and Leonard - st. 12 Lots on the easterly sid - of Collect - it. be tween Anthony and Leonard - ts. 1 7 Lots on the easterly side ol Collcct - il. between Leonard and Franklin - sts. 1 Lot on the westerly side of Leonard - st. be tween l ollert and Oransrstt. ALSO, 6 Cellars undet jathannc market, for 3 years Irom 1st May next. ine upper pan 01 tne waichnouse in t - l dridge. late Third s', for 3 years from 1st May 1 lie upper part of the Watchboute in Spring - si. lor 1 year trm the 1st may. The ferry at Manhattanville for I year. A inap - of theC illetl lots may be seen and Par ticutars known at the ComptroIler's'Office, City nan. ien4 aim ALPINE SOAP. ffc5" The tubtcribert nlTcr the g, ntlemen of U111 city their Alpine Soap, which only needt a trial to prove its excellent qualities, in rendering the operation of shaving eav , it is posieted with many good and useful qualities ; it softens the beard, prevents chopping, and gives that comfort and pleasius satis faction in shaving at not to fail to recommend it lo ceneral ue and to merit the approbation of a gene rout public. The subscribers do not wish to enter into a long ueiaii ni mis vaiuanie soap, out they submit it to iu'tees of genuine soars. Just received, an assortment of the celebrated patent Penetrating Hair Brushes, fancy articles, SC. N. SMITH DAVIE? CO. 13S Broadway, nearly opposite City Hotel. Who always keep n general and as good an assortment of articles in Uieir line as any store in thisi city. N B. Please to observe Oiat all the articles made by N. Smith l)avies 1 - Co. will have their name on in copperplate or type. feb 7 jl TOLASSES COFFEE 90 lihds. Hava i.Vl na Molasses new crop 24 hhds. do Coffee Landing at Old - slip from Brig Carolinr, and for sale by JAMES D' WOLF, Jr. feh 2 57 Frnn street. PRIVATE LODGING" A GENTLEMAN and LADY of the highest respectahihty with to obtain board and Nlgings in a pleasant situation, and respectable family, w here there are no other boarders Their express object in Uiis advertisement it to meet With l - wl.ines ,iriere no other boarderi tritl be takenV It is presumed this opportunity might ne nenf iiciany emnracen ny some family who have never been in the hahit of taking Itoarders, but who from a wish to enhance their income and a desire lor comlorfable society misfit not have an oryecunn 10 taite z Heady respectable per. sons for a permanency. If they could be nceom modated with a separate sittins room, it wouUI he an additional recommendation, arid to save trouble, if such lodgings can be obtained, 1,000 dollars per annum wiii he given. A line addres sed to u. 4. and left at tins oCicc, will be attend edto. feb l6t 'P03T CHAISE UHt, r S ..: r n r; i 11 1 1, A D E L F H 1 A The POST CHAISE, wiUi every Couwmence for Fatsengers and their baggage (through 1 so une day) wia lesee the Post Chain - OiTice, 1 1 8 Broad - way, opposite the City Hotel every day (Sunt days excepted) at 7 o'clock in the inornioz, by way of Newark, and arrive the tame day at i hi - ladelphia. J . . c .. The MAIL PILOT, in opposition to th Mad Conch, with superior accommodations for Passengers atid thefr baggage, will leave the same place every day (Sunday excepted) at half past I o'clock P.M. will proceed before theMail.and not subject lo the inconvenience of flopping at the numerous Post Offices en (tie road, but every accommodation provided for the traveller, am' arrive some hours before the Mail at Philadtd - nlita Ae 7 Ardlara. . fjr All goods and baggage at the risque of the owner. JOHN N. CUMMING, Newark. JOHN GULICK & SON'S, P'incetnn. STOCKTON k HOWELL. Philadelphia. ft. D. Erprruet $mt lo any part of the 1 nittd State, bu L. BAKER 1 CO. Jan 2 POST COACH LINK, for PHILADELPHIA - BY WAT OF POWLKS - nOOR IMF0RTANT TO FASSKKCERS. No rejection with the post chaise line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLV ED, AND OPPOSITION REVIVED. AN EW Line of Post Coaches with every convenience tor passenger aiid baggage, on Springs 'I'll ROUGH IN ONE DAY. Tbe Post Coach wit! start from the Coach office, old No. 1 Courtlund - street, N. York, every morning, Sundays excepted, at 1 - 2 past 6 o'clock, by way of Newark, New - Brunswick, Prioce - ton, Trenton nnd Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the same evening. The Steam boat Line INDUSTRY, will start from New - York every morniog (Sundays excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the Steam Boat Atalanta. from the north side of the Battery, lodge at Kingston, and arrive in Philadelphia ntxt day to dine United States Mail Coach, with a guard, with every convenience for passengers and baggage, on tprinjrt. The U. 8. mail coach will start from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtlandt - strett, New York, everv dav at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only 6 D&ssencers admitted. For seats in the above named Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established Coach, Stage and Steam Boot office, at the old No. 1 Courtlandt - stieet, the second office from Broadway, New - York t to ISAAC BROWN, No. 1 Wathincton - strett ; or to A. T. GOODRICH k CO. No - 124 Broadway, corner ol Cedar - street. New - York. ftfr - AII goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. JOSEPH LVON, SONS k CO. N. R Expresses sent to any pert of the Continent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Jan 22 U. S. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, WITH A GUARD. . . 0" ',e Puhlic are assured that this line is enuul to any in Ihe I ' k for tl. convenience and comfort ul (he traveller. With the addition of the suard, Uie passenger may rest secure as to his baggage and personal talety the roach ne ver being lelt wnilit cnanging at the post omces, without a person on the box. Tbe war mail is put in separate bogs and changed in the European style. The U S. Mail Coach will start from Ihe coach office, old No. 1 Courtland - st.eet, New - Vork every d;cy at 2 o'clock P. M. and arrive ut Philadelphia nextmorning at 6 o'clock ; only 6 pasem;ers admitted in this coach. ror nauappiv to inus. uiiiTrlr.LD. at the old Coach and Staze Office, old No 1. second office from Broadway in Courtlandt - street, or to A. 1 . uuuuruiH & Wo. I o. 124 broadwav. corner of Cedar - street, New - York. rs. u. All goods and bAszace at the risk 01 the owners. J. LYON & SONS, Powles Hook. WILLIAM GULICK ez CO. Kingston. ' CHESTER BAILEY, Philadelphia. Expresses sent to any part of the Continent by jan 20 THOS. WHITFIELD. AirANTED. A white girl about 16 ycai v T of age, to attend on a lady and or cars one child. One who can bring recommendat ion satisfactory as to her disposition, neatness, kc . may bear ot a good and permanent place, by applying immediately at No.64 Greenwicti - et. jan 2d FOR SALE, lor a term of years, ssdiealthy, active and very capable negro wench - will be disposed of cheap, as it is her own de sireEnquire at No. 23 North Moore - ttreet. Feb 2 tf M (J S 1 C. A I.L the Sonrs, Duetts, as tunc by Mr. Phi' Xx. lippt at the New - York Theatre, for tale at Wm. DUBOIS' Piano Forte and Music Store, ao. 12b Hioadway. Beh Id in his soil expressive face 'f ho' love it warm awhile 'Tit but fancy's sketch Is there a heart that never lov'd In vain ruav that bosom lost quite deplore My early day what joys was thine Love's young dream This blooming rose at early dawn Robin Adair Beautiful Maid Let a me sound tbe trumpet Had I u heart Evtleen's Bower Dear maid I love thee Ah sure a pain was never seen Said a smile to a tear Sigh not for love My heart with love is beatific The celebrated serenade of Lillacomt down Bird Duett I to me" 1 - 1 I With a large assortment of new music, dec 24 600 COPIES OF WRIGHT Ic HAWEIS. TRKATISE 00, That being Born Again, i - ja. without wmcn no man can r - .j saved: by Samuel Wnpht, D. D. ; to which is added, the Communicant's Spiritual Companion, or an evan gelical preparation for the Lord's Supper, by the iveva. 1 nomas n awe is. vsj copies 01 this work in sheets, or by tbe single one. bound, for sale by U. SII All I MIS, Circulating Library, I3ti Fulton street Jan 15 1 in FOR SALE. A case of very superior . Pistols, hair triggers, made by Beckwith, London. a mme uttn witk Sword bayonet. Also, two doxen mahogany Chair frames, newist London patterns, to be seen at LAW k BUT LER, fob 12 127 Broadwav. fllil IU. KAR.M. Ine CO.MMizblO.V COMPANY, 148 Pearl - street, hive now for ale, most Not. of Cotton Yarn, trom No. 4 t tan ft ROB ROY. "T7TRE h MERCEIN have just received and 1 V put to press, Rob Roy, a novel, by tbe at) - thornf Waverly, Guy Mannenaj, Taks of say - . i ' ' V - isasaVssfwJ1 nsii 1 in. - .,.. : .5..7.u.,r.n.'.5 - .y V. A stiKsrrJag pabbr know bow to ditngaitk kt - .; tveca tbingt that differ , l TlOCTOR.IIOBNE, forrtcTry I M tt. itv of I niulnfi , . J mber. of lha far nlty f th ri Saod surgerirtnere, deeVns it hiidi. ty to repeat ronie oofeevatinns ta tLe buH of MERCURY. V . resh.i('iscrjujirmte.timlucroali. , Jz.": ,. Ced use thereof, t at beiji pridue iZliim&' live ,cf luCmjt iptchief. j'hosy lauds oro annually mercurialized out of exists ecce. The disease we have io view owes its fa - tal results cilieffj to this source. " Wliat a pity that a young ruar., Uie hopus of bis country, , an the dtr hog of parents, should be soMcLed a - wcy from idl the pros;ec(s bud enjoynients of lift by the consequences of one wigaarded notnent and by - a dnuase not in its own nature fatal, ant which only proves so from neglect or itapropti treatment." ,A gentlemar. (iate Dr. IJ's p. tient) now perfectly hear'y and well, had beet under physicians of general practice, six years and repeatedly sali vafcdj when recommended ts Dr. H. (by grntlemnn of this cily) his bovt were carious, and bis Cesh drojipin from them . his friends declared be coukl cot possibly surviv two months longer. Thousands experimentally know with what ease and safety Dr. H. eradicates tbe severest cases, and confirms the consti. tntion. The Doclor't plan (advertising) j, , cessary to guard the public against tbe abase mercury, and other fatal delusions, held forth ! Ptrsons, tliereibre, having contracted a pri! vote disorder, or suspecting laler.t poison, are admonished not to tamper with their conttita" tion, or conceal the disorder, till past recovei ry ; othersharing tbe remains of an old case! or other impurities of the blood, as well as other complaint of a delicate nature, in either sex. should remember posterity, and do jm'ira to their consciences, by matting anpticati,,, lo Dr. II. at Ins old and respectable tsttZ lihment No. 64 Water - street, four houses wtii of Old - sup, to ohteJn thnt prompt assistance 1. lone calcofated (b prevent disclosure. And hers let me claim your serious attention Remembtr a superficial cure is 00 cure at all ; unlets tbe holiness is radicfdly done, you will certainly have Ihe disorder break out again with redoubled m. lignity, at some luture period ; perhnpt fj.en will be loo late for remedy. Don't you oiten meet in the streets miserable, mufiir.ted Le ings, without even a hit of nose on their face . Tuke warnine I beseech you. . - . Ss Dr. H's. character for skill and sluhhnrn in'e. gri'y being universally known in this cily, sines 1K04, guarantee to patients that delicacy and secrecy hitherto unknown, nnd hnving confined hit practice for rears n:t. evrtnir!t tn ii . disenses of the blcxl syttem, they may safely cal culate on uie moil uecinea aavantaget in 1 rdaget in cos - suiting Dr. 11 Gleets eradicated in twr. or three wr.v. Strictures removed withon' bougies nr any other instrument ; and all debilities; likewise all old ulcerations, fistula's kt, A plurality 0 offices are provided, and so site - ated that patients are not expneed toench other's observation. Open till half past 9 in the eveninr All pertont concerned are invitod to be free calling, and sneaking with Dr. II. ivhirii j, trto of cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid the expression of gratitude for innumerable recommendations, and for the decided preference (it it presumed with juit cause) long given him by judicious pur.lic. . N. B. All letters mutt be pott paid. - Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 U TIO.V. TilL EVANS' superior i method of curing a certain Disease, isnow universally acknowledged in th. city s hit mode of treatment is penecuy mild, sa - e, ex - ipeditious. and his charges reasonable. In every instance he warrants a cure, VVJa rjc'Si j e fajru n , 1 ne liiiH cvretry aiways observed. There are many persons in tliit cily and its vicinity, laboring under various chronic diseases, tuch as cancers, old inveterate ulcere, scrofula or kings evil, fiitulas. diseases of the urethra, bladder and kidnies, old complicated complaints) of a certain nature, bilious and other obstructions, rheumatism, kc. which they consider incurable, they can certainly be cured (in general) hT arplyiiur at Dr. E V'A NS'S Medical Store, No. 9, Peck - slip, having practised in exteWe hotpitalt in Europe 12 years, under some of the first Surgeons and Physicians in the world, aatt made those obstinate diseases his constant study for 30 years. Oct It (fir W HEATON Ic DA - VIS, Fancy Chair Manufacturers, No. 153 Fulton - street, opposite SL Pauls Church, oiler for sale, wholesale and retail, a large and elegant assortment of Curld Maple, plain painted and ornasoeat ed in gold kbronze. Bamboo, Plain and Gilt Balls, Rocking, Sewing, and Conversation Chairs. Sofas. Settees. Loungees, Music Stools, fee. Orders from any part of the continent executed with nentnetsand dispatch. Old Chain repaired, painted and ornamented, oct 13 17 The subscriber having recently returned from England with an important improvement oa the artificial rpring LEG, be takes this method cf informing hit friends and the public, that all those who are so unfortunate si to be in want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by applying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. . J 22 WM. PURVIS. LEE'S ITCU OlXTMEJtT, WARRANTED an infallible remedy at one application, may be used with perfect safety on infants reek old, not containing a particle ol mercury ,or any dangerous ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with that offensive smell which attends the application of other remedies. - - Tbe above medicine are prepared and told at. LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 46 Majden - Lane, and sold by S. CARLE, cornet of Fultea and Water - streets. Druggists and country store - keeper supplied on liberal term;. Jan 29 ' Dl 1 tun, junr. naving maoe arrantem"" . with a respectable home in Madeira, to be supplied with a proportion of the wines of the Perishes ofSt. Antonio and Carna de Lobes, (nni versally acknowledged to produce tbe best Madeira in the Island) bas opened a wine store, at No. 40 W - itreet, wbere be will receive orders for this wine, trom gentlemen wishirg tolsf op a t"r k for their own use ; niu!"T hy the agreement with the houe in Madeira) ii the wine, oo arrival, be not approved by D. U Jr. it it not w be sent to tlie parties ordering it. D. IM Jr. bat tsksn great pains to procure from various places in the United States and tne West Indies the best Madeira, that was to be pvrhnse'L inlhewood.aniold bottled winc, viry superior quality, from private slocks, whicn be now offers lor tale. He will constantly keep on hand an assortment of the eboscest wines anjt lionors, selected with care by himself, sell nor which he cannot WARRANT PUR as IMPORTED. Jrw 19 NEW - YORK: .PR1XTRD A.VD PUBLISHED MICHAEL BURXUAM t CO No. 4? Pix.iTRsrr. Jit

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