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INSOLVENTS, ADYERTISINQ FOR THE EENLTIT DITHE ACT IS THIS STATE., or ix fMM t A&bait Abo, Til New - York Before HiohmU Biker, Reorder. frylvtsler Gilbert. April 30 : Jerr Roger. March 24 - ' WiUWihoo, April 2ft VatertM W. VV'citoo, April t8 . . Joiaa Falconer, March 21.' Jesses Townseod, March 88 - fkj.ip Jones, April 1 1 JohaT. Robiatoa, March 24 - . Edward I .d beater, April 7 JobnWhite, Jua. MarchSl Abbott Gacaagr, April 4 . John Hatiland, March SO ' lUcbard Field, do 1 Newell Brwtkett. April 1 ' ; George Shator, March 17 . lloseaDodgo. April 14 . Daniel Tice, March SI - Robert Nicbols. March t8 Willian Brodia, March U . ' Alfred Hodges, March 13 . James Parcel1, April II IAndrewL.Halst. - d, March S8 Alfred Hodges, March 13 Joel Tat, April 10 ,' ferity tice. March 25 , Henry T Bell, March 7 ' ' JohaValeBUae, AprH 4 - Ueoait Scriboer, March 8 Joba Heodrkktoo, Apnl 4 ; Charles ReT, March 4 ' Benjamin H. Akin, Apnl4 WilbamMoores, Feb 28 Saamel WbWag, March 17 William Waraer, Tab. S4 . Joba Miller, Feb 28 Edward Chard, Feb 24 Russel R. Hamilton, March 31 John Morrell, Martb7 ., ' Mom Waraer, Feb. 24 James Ainshe, March 7 Edward Church, Feb S4 . Richard Colfax, Jr. Fab 24 . Before the Major. 'John Bott. March 14 , Albany county Before Philip S. Perier, Re - eorder, t Albany. Samuel Falter, April 10 - Joba Stoddard, and Nathan Jenkins, March S8 ' A hrsjm& Sheldon, April 3 hermaa Boa worth, Feb 27 t , ' 'Elijah H. Baardato and Jedediah B orchard, March S7 rn ' Daniel Gallop, of Bern, Feb S7 Abraham C. Pheldm, Maah 13 "Reuben llwmotoo, March 13 Xddison county Btfort Ptter Smith, Jtrsl judge m Pelerboro. Joseph Moffat, April 25 Stephen Matihewsoo, of SoaithfieW, and Silas Chorch, April 4. , Lyman Hotcomh. of Brookfield, March SB JoD 6 none, April 4 Daaiel Denton, of Sullivan, April 4 Samuel Coon, and Jacob W. Marsle, of Leo - ox, March SI - Henry Walrath, of Sullivan, April 4 Pyuss Tower, March 7 'George W. Cheesebrougb and Robert Williams, March 7 ' Abraham Lai kin. of Sullivan. Feb 28 . Otsego County Before Joseph H'hte, first Judge ui lh It ten of Cherry VaUey. Ail.' - laac W. Aimwortii, aod Arnold Wheeler. March 28. Jhm i North, Marcb 18 .fJijahP.Olmtted, Marcb S8 Ismes Morth, March 18 tnlgtwury cmtrdy Before Alexander Sheldon, drsl Judge tn Charleston. TPeler Cornue, ofCanajoharie, Marcb 18. JiaUutM. Ungenfelter, Marcb 7 ' Jacob L Young, of Johnstown, Feb 26 Wa. I. Saber, of Caaajobarie, March SO Bajaot.l Hoxie, of Bro Jaihia, Much IS A V Troy Before WJiom L. Marty, Eiq. ! James Ladoe, March S3 . tJohaUrasfl, April 1 jabetVaa Alien, April 11 t Benjamin Moure, orCoxsackio. April 18. Alexander Mahoo, of Grtentuab, March 20 A Theodore Brackett, March S3 ' Mm tiaaith. Maretf .3 Qntndug Ctnmty - Befort Jothua Formanjlril j uoj$ tn unenaaga. Kebemiah Millard, ol Salin.a, March SO, Zebina Smitft, of Tully, March S4 Itaac W. AterilL of Snliaa. Apirl 3 Nhcmiah Millard, of da. March 17 . ' Btojaaain Darling, Jr. ot Manlim, and John Sweet, of r abiiw, Alarck 17 , Ephraim Roaa, March XI 'Seiah Woodraff, Marcb 31 . . Oliver C. Cnogdon, ol Saliaa, Marcb SI ' Joaopb Landon, of Marocllna. Marco SI Vine Branch, ot Camilla, i eb S7 OtiiLfg. March S4 Kbeoeter Raymond, of Manliua, March 12 " Chriatonhvr Bulkier, of Salina, Marcb 8 Allen Wilton, of Onondaga, do. R'athington Cevnty Before A tUlumy I. Blanch - mrd, in Salem. Jooatban Wheat, of Greenwich, March S3 biiaenn Crandell, of Grenawich, March 13 Samuel Crandell, of Greenwich, Feb S8 .Jamet Weill, March S5 a nam k'rarr. of Kinrtburv. March IS William Larmouth, of Cavbridee, Marcb IS Geneme emmy Before Jatin H. Janet, in Judge, m Leteetter. William Hall. May 0 Elliott 11 arroun, April 17 Rcjdney Wadtworlb, of Sheldon, April S David William. Marcb 14 ?iaK. Rottell, March 14 Oliver Blake, of fcatavia, April 8 Miltnn r. March 18 . Axariah II.' Hubbard, and Lewit C. Cock, MarrhS3 Abel Wootter, of Bergen, March 27 . Motet Woodt, of Riga, Feb. SO John llartimaisFeb. tS ' Jamet Kicbardon. Feb SO Zeaui Skinaer. Feb S8 iaratoga cevnty - Before Salmon Child, finl Judge, in Greenfield. - George M'Cready, of Northumberland, Mch S3 , Samuel rietiiou, aiarcn zi ' John M. Bemr. of Mortbomberland, April S7 Gilbert Oakley, and Daniel Brown, March 13 . joaepa c - Diaramn, ui uran - c uu May C. Van den Bergh, of Water ford, April 15. John W.Teller, of Northumberland, Marcb 13 rrieod Uorarr, marcn o Joba Rvaaa, of Moreaa, March 6 Joba Wilcox, March S ' I7 Woodworth. r'eb 17 Elia Billing!, of Stillwater, and David Brown reb t3 1 John Tattle, Marrh SO Isaac Crabpliin, Feb. S7 ' Joha D. Martini March S3 Cahmaia eouTity eefart J. D.XeneU, Budton HeztkiabStetl, AinlZ3 . W iUiam Mcader, of Canaan, March 13 W.C. Smith, April 10 lucres Bennitt. of Kioderbook, Marcb 13 Joha J. KverU, March 7 Charlet Merrill, March 13 Natbaciel He. March S wa. Smith, of Kinderriook, March 13 . Jamet Moore, MaicliSU Before Judge M,ller ml Clateruelt. Henry Keller, jr. Marcb 1 Chenango county - Before OUaiiah German. Eto, wXarvirh. Oliver H. Pbelp, April S7 . Arttrar N. Dcxenc, do John Baker, of CainbriJ), April It Jiwi Alvertoe, April 1 1 JaMui Shattavk, April 17 J - rremiab Bincham. of Given. mil7 tleubeneounty - Before Thomas M'Burney, inl in ramieo - rotl. ' Amot C.Wert. March SI Titoaaa D. Uadley, Feb S5 Onada tounly Before Jfaihstt KiUUm, t - HobtrtGrarea, Jr.of Pari, April 11 Before Morrii S. Muler. ' Wendell Berry, of Whitettowk, April 18 Henry Stme, of Kridwater, March S8 - Amoa Pierce, of fctobea, Marcb 14 Ora - wje eJunlyB'ere XlhanH. ffhite, Esa. .1' GeOun. JoUG.Hartin, March i5 iJohaiG.Hartia.'Marcbn.i T I Tboorat Carpenter, jr. March 14 Cornelia Mae lroy. vf Moaroe, Peb S3 firxM rmmifrn. hrforo Oeerii AM . 1 ttaac 8cloTel,; and Joha J one, March 3 triah Coffin, March SI . ; Stephen Whitney, of Hewleraon, Mh2 jfeffenon tXunty.Befen W - Joha Wriirht, Jan. of Adam, March S8 : David Little, March $8 Caleb Polhamu,of HotwfcU MarebS . Tberon Green, of Hodfield, Feb. SO - Jeremjah Winejar and Tboma Kelton, Jan. March Jm J oho M. Fbelpa, March t Tboma raiaftt, of Rodman, March S8 Euan 8alibary, of Adam. Feb SO ScKoAant County, before Wm. Beekman, Eiq at Sharon. John I. Mool, of Jtifcrton, April 4 Henry fotwo, of CoUetkiU, March 7 Dvtckeu Counly - Befort Jame Emolt, Eeq. Teter W, Barrtoger, March 14 . Gardner Cbace, of Redhook, and Peter W. Bowriger, March 14 Joe, Brown, of foogbkeeprie, March 11 Delaware County, before liauc Ogien, Eiq. Roawcll fork, April 4. fiylveater Preitoo.of Roxbnry, May 4 lewia Weed, April 4 Motet L. Pendeli, April 4 lieman HawkiD, of Franklin, April 4 WarrenCounly before Wm. txohard: Wettky P. Lake, of Cheater, March 28 John Higton, of Qaeentbury. April 14 John Hall, Jon. of Luxerue, March 14 Artimu AW rich, March 2 William Mill, March 14 - Herkimer County, before A'aUian Smith. Samuel Hoggant, of Columbia, Feb 28 Jacob Cronit, Feb. S4 . Job Knight, Feb. S3 Jared S. StewartJMarch 7 Suffolk County - before T. Strong, Etq . Wm. Tyler, of Brookhaven, April 13 Frederick King, of Southold, Marcb 13 Chataque eounly, before Zettu Cathing, Etq. Jame Bucklen. of Gerrr. Marcb 3 Sullivan County, before IrtlltamA. Thompton, JUj. at Inompton. David Hanford, March 19 Benjamin Mioer. of Nevenink, Feb. 27 Henry Mitner. or do do Seneoa County Before J Knox, Eiq. at Juniue. Aiartnai Lie wit, Apnl o Nathan Tattle, of Ovid, March 7 . Franklin County, before Albon Man, Esq. Henry Bagley, of Fort Covington, April 18 Ontario County, before Judge Nicholas. Joel A. Crane, May 7. Isaac Daviion, of oodni, April 7 Jotepb Beard, of Lyou, March 3 Cheater Franci. Feb. S4. Robbmt Stillman, of Pittiford, Feb. 24 Before A". IV. Howell, Kit. at CaHandaigua. John Greene, April 27 Jotiah Morehouie, March 23 Philip Tettor, March 27 Caleb Melvin, March 9 Jonah D. Simondi, March 11 William Kliworth, March 6 Richard Dutcher of Pituford, Feb. 25 Cttnton Coimty, before Pliny Moore, kiq. Tboma M'Creerty, and John Wait, March 26 Cayuga Voimty, before Judge Miller. Thoma Mannlmn, of ccipio, April 9 Lcman Roger, March 28 Micholn Well. March 14 John Warwick and Wm. Eaiton. of Anreliui. .March 3 Cortlandl County, before Judge Keep. John Foot, of Preblf . March 20 Joteph Harrington, Jan. of Truxton, March S Oliver llamhiin, ol Virgil, tebxu Remielaer county, before Judge Matters. John De Yne, March 7 St. Lawrence County, before Judge Ford. Jetie Streeter, of Ronie, April 1 1 Schenectady, before G. Cleveland. Chapman Taher, April 15 llN CHANCERY. , IN CHANCERY. State of New - York, it. IN Durtamce of a decretal order of this honora bl court, will be told at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New - York, under the direction of the tubtcriber, at one ol the masters of this court, on Friday, the 27tbiu - ttant, at 12 o'clock, noon All those four certain lottof land, situate in tbe ninth ward of the city of New - York, being part of the ettate of John So - merindyck, late ol tha laid city, deceased, and designated in a certain map of tbe (aid estate. made DV w imam onuges, in novemoer, touo. by lot No. 8 and 9, and letter I and H. The aid lot, taken together, are bounded westerly in front by Hudson Kiver, and contain twenty a cret of ground, more or less, with the appurle nances. Dated reo .am, mm. JAMES A. HAMJIVTOi, Matter ia Cbancerv. Not K. For particular, enquire at the Mat let's Office, No. 3 Law Buildings, where a map or the premise may ue seen. IVh S lavrtw&rtt IS CllA.NCKKV. State ol New - York, ss IN purtnance of a decretal order of thi honor able court, will Ive told at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New - York, under the direction of the tubscriber, at one of the matter of this court, on Friday, the 27th in stent, at 12 o'clock at noon all tbote three cer tain lot of land, citnate in the tenth ward ol the city of N. York, and distinguished on a certain maool we estate, late oi jamet uemncv. r.sa made hy Evert Bancker, by lot No. tix hundred and fifteen, tix hundred ana sixteen, and tix hun dred and teventeen, bounded westerly by Second . . . u at r c . 1 V i L. tireei, una cooiaining cii n ia icri ib iucbuui, and one hundred feet in depth, more or lew, with tbe appurteaancet. uated ren. o. ism. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Matter iu Chancery, ' feb 6 law2widtt l.N CHANCERY. State of New - York, ss IN pursuance of a decretal order of thi honora, ble court, will be told at public auction, at the routine Uonte House in the city ol new - York under the direction of the lobtcriber, at one of the masters of this court, on Saturday, the fourteenth day of February next, at twelve o'clock at noon, all that certain house and lot of ground. tituate on the westerly tide of Maitau - tlreet, in the third ward of tha city of New - York, and known a number 51, bounded at follow : easterly in front by Nassau - street, westerly in the rear ny property Deioogin: to Mr. Isaac Mead northerly by Mr. Hodgkioton't Tavern, and southerly hy property of Mr. Elixabeth Giron court, containing in breadth ia front and rear twenty five feet, in length on the northerly tide owe hundred and twelve feet (oar inches, and on the southerly tide one hundred and ten feet teu inches, be the same more or let ; together with ail and singular the hereditament and apnurtc nance thereunto belonging. Dated Uie 23d day oi January, loia. UllHAKU 1. ttt.LLS, Matter in Chancery. Notx Tbe term of the tale will be as fol low : 10 per cent on the day of tale, 15 per cent. on the Brit day or May next, at which time deed will be executed and possession given ; the residue to be paid in seven year, with interest half yearly, secured by a bond and mortgage on toe premises trie House to M insured by tne purchaser irora the tatd nrtt day or nay until the purchase maney ana interest toereon it paid, and ine policy lo be transferred to tbe mortgagee r or lunner particular apply aline master' oi - Bee. No. 50 Piae - atreet Jan 23 d3w 1 he tale of ine above property it postponed until Thursday, tha 19th day of February, instant, at h - lf pat H o'clock, at the tame place. Dated RICHARD I. WELLS. frh ISdt M vter in Chancery, 900 m - VE MITE LEAD. "OOqr cask old Merry wine 29 casks white lend, dry Forwlsby JAMES G. KING & CO. JmM CI Pine - rt. ' 'PAT EST ELASTIC RAioR STROPS - GEORGE SANDERS, tatel from London, one mor addreetea the public, thank (hem lot past favors, and one mora venture to mcnmmaiul hi itroni a one of the moet comtbrv - gifiug coolrivaocea that ever blett the chin of man. He wiQ hutmct anv aelf - tbavmr eeatla man in the nae of it, and wbea onoa potaeaed of the tccret and a box of compotibon, ba may tay with the poet of nature, 44 To thavo to eWep perchance to dream whQe in the operation and who would bear the tweak and act of barber base who would grunt and twoat under a loathoma beard, or a dull razor uie, wbea be might hit quiet on make with a simple SaunderS strop? Coma then to his manufactory at the corner of Read - atreet and Broadway, and there too will find the tubtcriber alwan ready to receive tha command of bit customer, decs If To the Cttitensof A'tie - i ork. ZERAH HAWLEY Physician and Dentist, would inform theinhahitanlt of New - York, that he hat taken an office at io. 321 Pearl tlreet, where be will extract, clean, JUt,U mttd let l eetli in the mott appro ea manner tie wui alto prevent any irregularity of the tecnndaiy teeth, if application i made to him in aeaton. He flatter himself, from the evuerience he has had in hi profeuion, that he thah be able to give general latitfactioo. For character the public are referred to Mr. Geo. P. Shipman, merchant. No. 03 South - street, and Doctor A. Ive, No. SUS Prarl - ttreeL IP horn it mav concent. (ttr Thi rertinet, thai Dr. Zerah Hawley is regular bred Dhvsician. and in rood ttandine witti hii brefliren in this place t that he hat paid particular attention to the art ol Dentistry, ha tndied the best European work on the tubject, and hat given very good satiuaction in inu orancn to hit customert, wbo are pewoni of the firtt re - pectability in Ihit city. We thereforn, with entire confidence, recommend Dr. Hawley to the citizen of f.'ew - Yort, at a dentitt. A.neat Mumon Mi ive Nathan Smith I Jonathan Knight. Protestor of tbe Medical Institution ol Yale Col - - College. New - Haven, Jan 22, 181C; feh 3 3w 1 NEW MUSIC. UST publislied by WM. DUBOIS, at hi pianoforte and music ttore, No. 126 Broad way, Brabant' celebrated Polacca, arranged at a Rondo, by Steihell Favorite Venetian Air, arranged at a rondo, by l.ntour Paddr O'Carroll, with variation! for the piano forte, by P. K. Mornn. O toftly alrep my Baby Boy The Last Token, or remember me. Alto, all Mr. Philipps' gone to be had a a - bore. feb 17 lO LET, The laree new four story brick house, itua.ed on the corner of Broadway And Dey - street, 50 feet on Broadway, well calculated and built expressly for a boarding house, finished in the modern rtvle, containing a large dining room 60 ft. by 27 ; 2 large drawing room, 30 double and tingle bed rooms, numerous pantnet, two kitchens, 2 vault, ice house and (tone cittern, with every convenience necessary for a punlic bouse. It central and pleasant situation render thi house worthy tbe attention of those wbo are detirou of establishing a respectable boarding bouse. I ot term, apply to D. L. HA1GHT, 4 Dey - ttreet. feb 17 tf FOH SALE, The fire - proof store, No. 5, in Gouver neurVlane, the third from South - strecL The lot on which it stand is under an advantageous lease, 1 1 year of which are naexpired. It it three stories, with fire - place ; being in front on Uouverneur laue 41) leet and in depth xo. An itniroved machine lor pressing of good for ex portation ha been erected on the premues, and heretofore profitably employed in pressing cotton. run, skuu, hay, ace. f rom the mnen or the building, and the convenience which it afiords for working the machine, and it nearnest to the river, it may be an object to purchase tbem to, gether. ALSU, UniU The lease (two year of which are on - expired) or the three story house No.' 93 r ront street, third from Gouverneur' lane. Betides a large store and cellar in front, it aflbrdt every convenient Tor a large lamily. Also, tVK SJILKor IX L.l.1, Tha house No. 28 Wall - street, opposite tbe Merchants' and next to the Phoenix Banks It baa been recently built of the best materials, and beside three rooms which have occasionally been occupied as insurance, broker's and attor ney's office, afford every accommodation for a private lamily. If not disposed of before the 10th February, the above will be offered for tale at auction, of which notice will be given by Bleccker 61 Bibby For particular apply to K. IIIUHMAiK, Jan 51 tf No. 26 Wall - it. iV LET, From the first of Mav next, a front count, ine room on the second floor, together with the upper lolls, inquire no. Ib7 reail - itreec jan 4 u jffl - n STORAGE S! 6'tora e may be had on Ihe first floor of the store No. 29 ioiith - street, which will save tne expense of honting. dec 26 I JOOMd at BOARD A lady wislie to ob It tain unfurnished Room and Board, in I pleasant situation, in a genteel private family, or in one woe re there are but lew boarder, a note addressed to B. E. at this office will meet alien Hon. feb 18 lw BOARD. A LADY withet to obtain board in a retpec Z V table private family. A line addressed to P. S. and left at this office, mentioning terms and situation, will! meti witti attention, feb 18 4t TO PRINTERS. rriWO Pressmen, two t.'ompotitort and three I Bova. Irotn 13 to 14 years oi age, are want ed by D. FANSHAW. Not. 10 Cliff and 241 Pearl - streets, feb 18 3t BUSBY'S FATE - IT VAVIG ABLE RAFT BOATS, AFID PLOATItrO T1DK MILL. THE Navigable Raft - Boat is shaped like the common horse - boat ; is formed of a casing of squared pine limber, pitched and filled in solid with round logs, untri pert ol nark ; the wnote filed, togetlier with live - oak pin, andiron tolts at the angle. It i propelled hy a water wheel, with upnehl buekelt, operating within a gutter ot ractway, a in mill. Tbe cort i ooo loarth of that of ordinary horse - boats, including all the machinery. There is a great turlae of deck, which may be covered with frame work, to receive passengers aod freight ; and only half the number of hone used on board boat of equal dimtnsion, are necessary to carry thi rapidly through the water. The Navigable Raft - Boat is instantaneously transformed intii a powcrlull tide mill, by casting anchor, and affixing a moveable hopper - mouth or flare, to each end of the raceway, and may be profitably employed in that capacity, when not in nse a a conveyance. Persons desirous of adopting 1 thi invention, which is peculiarly fitted to all the American waters, are invited to view a model, at the office of C A. BUSBY, Architect and Engineer, 2 Law BuilJingt, NHsp.u - i1reet, New - York. P. S A Navigable Raft - Boat may be built complete in a mouth, including all tbe machinery 0p Tbe editor of the Bostoo Palladium. Albany Argm, Philadelphia Freeman't Journal and Democratic Press Baltimore Oacette, Charleston Courier, and Richmond Enquirer, are requested to insert lli" above twice a week for one month, and forward their account to tbe advertiser, feb 131 in OR BALE - A case of very superior ria l JV " tola, hair trurgera, made or uecKwnn, toTKloii. A Biffle Gun with Sword bayonet Alto, two tlosen mahogany Chair frame, newiat London pattern, to be aeen at - LAW it BU I Lx.lt, . feb 13 127 Broadway. ridi iO Y ARM. The COMMIiblOrt I . finuDtklV ud P..J.dnul k... mi. fnr ale, most Not. of Cotton Tarn, from No. 4 1 3U. jnu o mOB ROY. KIRK k MERCEIN have just received aod rat to dttm. Rob Roy. a novel, by tbe au thor of Waverly, Guy Manoering, 'I ale of my Landlord, Be. vc. lenw WHEATON'S ITCH OINTMENT. THE long and toccettful use of toil ointment it a auflicient recommendation, at it ba oeea found to be a pleasant, cafe and certain re medy for that diaagreeahle disease in all ita tta - 5e. It i for aale in the city of New - York, by . A. ti W. R. Post, No. 41 William - street; I. ti T Clark, No. 85 Maiden - Lane ; H. II. Schieflf.lin & Co. No. 193 Pearl - itreet ; Lawrence & Kees. No. 195 Peart - street : Hall I Bowne. 146 Pearl - itreet ; R. & L. Murray, 313 Pearl - tlreet : J M. Bradhunt, 314 Pearl - ttreet ; John Penl'ord, No. 4 Fletcher - street Duryee bi Poe. in Pearl - ttreet; Joha C Morrison, lB Greenwich - street ; Jolm P. Fisher, 106 Broadway ; Walter U Seaman, corner of Chaniher - tt. d Broadway, and also in Chatham - ttrect ; and In short it may be procured at mott of the Drug Storet in thi city Alto in Philadelphia, of S. Withered it Soot : Georee Hariell .North It Ro ger, and almott all the druggist in the principal town in the united state. LIKEWISE1, WHEATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be had at the ahuve place. jan 22 8m - TANNERY FOR SALE. f"PO be told at public auction, on Wednesday, L the 18th day of February next, in the area of the Exchange Coffee House, in tbe town of boston, at iz o'clock at noon, All the real estate belonging to the Uampsbice Leather Manufactory, tituate in the town of Northampton, an tbe atate oi oiataacnutetu. The est ate will be told in four lot, vii : Lot No. 1, containing about 31 acaet of land. near the centre of thelown of Northampton, on which it erected all those extensive and valuable building, lately occupied by tbe corporation for tanning of leather, with about 300 vat, tome of which are very large end part of them under cover, in which feather may be handled during the winter ; it it presumed there it not an the state to extent! ve and valuable an establishment for carrying on the tanning businesr at thi. A particular description of the buildings aod pri viledget would take up too much room for an advertisement. . Lot No, 2 contains about 3 acres, tituate on the north tide of the county road, directly oppo site to rot No. I, on which are two dwelling hou se, with convenient out building, i on high ground, and considered a very delightful situa tion. Lot No. 3. containing about four acre of land. tituate on the eatterly tide of Mill River, alxml two miles from the meeting house in Northampton, with a valuable mill privilege aod buildings tnereon. Lot No. 4 contains about one acre of land, on which it erected a bark mill and bark shed, si tuate near Edward' tavern, about 6 mile from Northampton, on the Albany road. Any iieraon having an inclination to purchats all or any part of the foregoing property, are in vited to examine it. J he corporation Pledge themselves to tell to the highest bidder, being de termined to dote tbeir concern. Any intorma tion respecting tbe estates may be obtained on application to JOSIAH DWIGHT, Esquire, at Aorthampioo, or fan 14 India - street, Boston. MARBL.E rVH EUILULVG. e. rYl H E proprietors of the southern marble qua, JL riea, near KingV Bridge, give notice, that they have on hand, and are receiving, at tbe King's - Endge Marble ond I.tme - lard, foot or Beach - street, on tbe Hudson river, an extensive stock of marble lor building, of tha following de - acrtpliooj, Viz Ashlar Watertable Stent Platform Sills, Lintel. Arches Also Lime of the Coping Foundation Stono Chimney - Piece Facing Column best quality. rrr A constant supply of the above material; mav be calculated upon ; and those deirout of purchasing, or making engagements, will apply to EZRA LUDLOW, Feb It 1m At the Yard. NEW BOOKS RECENTLY published and for tale by KIRK (I MERCEIN. 22 Wall - street, a narrative of the President' Tour, made during the summer of lbl7, through Ihe tn no - eastern and louth - western department of the anion, &c. Ac. ; Lord Amherst' Embassy to China , the Memoir of Claudius Buchanan ; Mandeville, a novel, by Wm. Godwin ; Letter from the Cape of ttood Hope, being a reply to Dr. Warden Letter; Knight of St John, by Mis Porter ; Bingtey't Useful Knowledge t Coie on Fruit Tree, with 200 engraving ; Purity ot Heart, or woman as the should be, a novel, by an old wife of twenty year. leo o APARTMENTS WANTED. A SINGLE gentleman withet to rent, in oi near Broadway, any where between Cham, ber - tt and the Battery, in a genteel private fami ly, a Bed Room and Parlour, without board ; furnished rooms would be preferred. Tbe quiet and neatnett of the house, at well at the retpec - tahility of the occupantt, are particularly required. Aline directed to J. C. left at thit office, mentioning terms and tituatioo, will he duly at tended to. Jan zo im NEEDLES BY RETAIL. r"pHE subscriber, in addition to bis former ex J tensive variety, hat just opened an assort ment of Needles, of a tuperior quality, which he hat just received from an eminent Needle Manufacturer in England, on termt which enable him to warrant them to hit customer!, consisting of Superfine gold eyed need let J Imperial queens' Sharps, Imperial silver eyed between ! assorted from Imperial tilver eyed bluntt f No. 1 to 12. Imperial darnert and i Mackititie's saddler's blunts. J No pain will be spared by the tubscriber to keep at all timet at complete an assortment of the above articles as any in tne city, and m cus tomert may be assured mat none out best nee, dies will be kept by him. Also, an assortment of rich clasps lor ridicules. N. SMITH PRENTISS, Succcettor to Mr. N. Smith At his wholesale and retail perfume manufac tory, sign or the uoiden now, no. 14a Broad way. Ieb2 tf WILi.iiM liUoKtR, No. viU . e - si. corner of Fulton - street, New - York, having received a large supplv of tbe real JAPAN BLACKING, of Day & Martin, 97 High Hoi - born, London, offers the same, in wholesale or retail, lor exportation, or home consumption, on terms the most liberal and advantageous to purchasers. This inestimable composition, with half the u - siial labor, prod nee a mot brilliant jet black, fully equal lo tbe highest japan varnish ; affords peculiar nourishment to the leather ; it will not toil the finest linen ; is oerfoctry free from any unpleasant smell ; and will retain its virtue in any climate. At an incontrovertible proof of the superior excellence ol this blacking, it has stood the tet and commanded the most extensive sal ia all quarter of the globe, for upward of bulf a century. FeMG POST 'CHAISE UNE. ' FOR PHILADELPHIA. The POST CHAISE, with every convenience for Passengers aod their hng - age (through so one day) will leave the Poet Chaise OuVe, 11 8 B roadway, opposite the City Hotel every day (Sunday excepted) at 7 o'clock in the morning, by way of Newark, and arrive tbe tame day at Philadelphia. ..... . The MAIL PILOT, in ppotition to the Mail Coach, with tuperior accommodatioot for Passenger and thefr baggage, will leave tbe tame place every day (Sunday excepted) at half past I o'clock P.M. will proceed before theMail,and not subject to the inconvenience of ttopping at the numerous Pott Officct on tbe road, but every accommodation provided for the traveller, and arrive tome bourt before tbe Mail at Pbiladel - nhia. Fart 7 dollars. , fjji Allgooda and baggage at the riiqne of the owner. JOHN N. CUMMING, Newark. JOHN GULICK h SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON & HOW ELL. Philadelphia, JV. B. Expresses sent lo any fart of the United States, ov I.. UAKMt tu. J an zo " POST COACH LINE roa PHILADELPHIA. BY WAT or rowLKi - aooK, IMrO&TAWT TO FASSftrCKBJ. No rornection with tbe post chaise line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPOSITION REVIVED. ANEW Line of Port Coachet with every convenience for patscngert and baggage, on Springt - THROUGH IN ONE DAY. The Post Coach wifl ttart from the Conch office, old No. 1 Courtland - ttreet, N. York, every morning, Sundayt excepted, at 1 - 2 past 6 o'clock, by way of Newark, New - Brunswick, Princeton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia tbe same evening. The Steam Beat Line INDUSTRY, will ttart from New - York every morning (Sunday! excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the Steam Boat Atalanta, from the north tide of the 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. The U. S. mail coach will ttart from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtlandt - ttrett, New York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock - Only 6 passenger admitted. For tent in the above named Line, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established Coach, Stage and Steam Boat office, at the old No. 1 Courtlandt - ttieet, the cecond office from Broadway, New - York ; to ISAAC BROWN, No. 1 WahioBton - treet;ortoA. T.GOOD - RICH & CO. No - 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street. New - York. fry - AII good and baggage nt the rik of the owner. JOSEPH LVON, SONS & CO. N. B Expresses seat to any part of the Continent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Jan 22 8. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, WITH A GUARD. The public are aasured that thi line is equal to any in Ihe U. S. lor the convenience and eomiort oi me fraveiitr. with the addition ot the guard, tbe pasaenger may rest eecure a to hi baggage and ptrtoaa.1 talety tbe coach never being left whilst changing at the pott offices, without a person on the box. The way mail tt put in separate bag, and changed in the Euro pean ityle. Tbe U S. Mail Coach will ttart from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtland - ttwet, New - York every day at 3 o'clock P. M. aod arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock! oi.lv 6 passenger! admitted in thi coach. For seats apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old Coach and Stage Office, old No 1, tecood oince from Broadway in Courtlnndt - rtreet, or to A. T. GOODRICH & Co. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, New - York. N. B. All good and baggage at the risk of the owner. J. LYON & SONS, Powle Hook. WILLIAM GULICK & CO. Kingttoo. CHESTER BAILEY, Thiladelphia. Eipreitet tent to nny part of the Continent by jan 20 THOS. WHITFIELD. 17"AN TED. A white girl about 16 years V V ot age, to attend on a lady and, one child. One who can bring recommendation satisfactory as to tier disposition, neatness, tic may hear of a good and permanent place, by applying immediately at ro. 64 Grtenwich - tt. jan 2d 17 OR bALE, lor a term of years, sHiealthy, M. active and very capable negro wench will be dupoted of cheap, at it is her own de - tire Enquire at No. 23 North Moore - street. Feb 2 tf M U SIC. A LL the Songs. Duetts, as sung by Mr. Phi xjL lipps at the New - York Theatre, for sale at wm. IJUBOIS' nano f orte and Music More, No. 128 Btoadway. Behold in hit soft expressive face Tho' love is warm awhile 'Tit but fancy's sketch Is there a heart that never lov'd In vain mav 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 tame sound tbe trumpet Had I a heart Evelren's Bower Dear maid I love thee Ah ture a pain was never teen Said a smile to a tear Sigh not for love My heart with love it beating The celebrated serenade of "Lillacome down Bird Duett to ine" r lora't wrcam. With a large assortment of new music, dec 24 ALPINE bOAP. fr - The tubtcriber offer the gtnllemen of this city their Alpine So:r vliirhonlr need a tn il to prove Itt eicellet: qualiiies, in rendering ihe pTr.tion ol ehsvin easy , it it poc?ed wdi many good and osr - lul qualities. ; it softens the beard, prevents chot ping, nnd gives t hat eom iort and pleasing tr.!i - laction in shaving at not to fail to reromnic ltd it to general ue and to merit the approbation of a geoerout public. The tubcrihert do not wish to enter into a long detail of Ihit valuable tr ap, but lb"y submit it to judge of genuine tonps. Just received, an assortment of the celebrated patent Penetrating Hair Brushes, fancy articles, Uc. N. SMITH DAVIES & CO. 13C Brrodwsy. nearly oipiite City Hotel. Who always kep at general and at good an n - nrtnvnt of artick t in tLeir line at ar.y store in Ihrscity. N 8. Pleate to ohserve that all the articles mid by N. Sn.ilh Daviet 4 Co. will have their name on in copperplate or type. feb 7 r - Tii i rla ii l " A diKafaiig pBtbekacw how to ttitfWaitk t',v., twetnthingi thai differ. DOCTOR HORNE, firmer). ' of the city of landon, ani : BMmber of tha famlrr nt ' and targery there, deem it fud ; ty to repeat aomeneorvarioai oa the abuse of MERCURY, jj rath, indiscriminate, and hnquali. fied ate thereof, ba been produc. . tive of infinite miachinf. ' "lw . sand are annually mercnrialiaed out of exist ence. The diteaao wa have in view owe. ii. tS '. ' way irom au we prospect and enjoyment of Kf. by the consequences of one vngaarded momeni ana oy a aueate not in 1U own nature fatal. aiJ , winch only provet to from neglect or improni, treatment.'' A geotlejnar, (late Dri tiPl? tient) now perfectly hearty and well, nod hi under pbyticiani of general practice, tixvear. and repeatedlyaalivaUd; when recommended!.' Dr. H. (by a gentleman of thit city) hit bon were carious, and bit flesh dropping irom then . bit friends declared he could not possibly surtiti , two month longer. Thousand experiment.!!, know witii what ease aod safety Dr. H.erarl,. cates the severest cases, and confirms the const! r tntion. The Doctor's plan (advertising) accessary to guard the public against the abu,. IT mercury, and other fatal delusions, held forth. Persons, therefore, having contracted a nri" valo disorder, or suspecting latent poison, arl admonished not to tamper with their constita tion, or conceal the disorder, till part recovl.' ry ; otherthavitig the remaint of an old cat7 or other impuribet of the blood, at well at oil er complaints of a delicate nature, in either' sex. thould remember posterity, and do iuitirV to their consciences, by making annliafin.' to Dr. H. at hit old and retrJctaSRh! lishment, No. 64 Water - ttreet, four houses west of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt assistance a lone calculated to prevent disclosure. And her let me claim your serious attention Remember a tuperficial cure it no cure at all; unlets thebn.' linen it radically done, you will certainly ban the disorder break out again with redoubled ml . lignity, at tome future period ; perhnpt then - ..m be too late for remedy. Don't yoti often meet i tbe itrectt miserable, mutilated beine. ' . even a bit of note on their face T;ike v2 Zl I betcech yon. Dr. H't. character for skill and stuhhorn int. grity being universally kn jwn in this city, tinea 1804, guarantee to patient! that delicacy and se, crecy hitherto unknown, and having confined hi practice for year past, exclusively to the cure of disease of the blood system, they may safely cal. cnlate on the niort derided advantages ia coo. suiting Dr. II. Gleets eradicated in tw or three weeks Strictures removed without bougie nr any oil - , er instrument ; and all debilities; likewise til old ulcerations, fistula's bit. A plurality of offices are prorided, and to sit.' a ted that patients are not eipoed toeach other's observation. Open till half past 9 in the evening All persons concerned are invited to be free ia iniling, and speaking with Dr. H. which it rt of cost. And here tne Doctor cannot avoid (he expression of gratitude for innumerable recom - mendaflont, and for the decided preference (it it presumed with iutt cause) I on or eiwn him k. judicious public. . . - . d. aii iciiert muii ne post paid. Dr. Ruchanan. Aug 27 1v XEITUEK lVAthMHV AUK IMtu't. TION. ER. EVANS1 suptfin, method of caring ace., tain Diaeaat;, isnewuniver. sally acknowledged in this city ; his mode of treatment is perfectly mild, safe, ei - icuium, ana nis cnargea reasonable. In every instance he warrants a cure, and will return the pay if ba uoea on perioral agreeable fArnnlrt 111. t 'l'UMrHl.,1 WMJ. I 1 1 t. ... nin.JI UDSerVBO. latere are many persons in thi city and its vicinity, laboring under various chronic disease, such as cancers, old inveterate tdcen, scrofula or kings evil, fistula, disease of the arethra, bladder and kidniet, fa complicated complaint of a certain nature, bilious and other ohttrac - ' lions, rheumatism, c. which Inty consider it hl. hev can certainly be cured ti.. rMmll . ' . . . . , - . i. r.n . . : " r by a ing at ur. r. ra o'a medical store; No. 9, fee - )ip, having practised in exttuuvo nospitCU H nm.vi. - IIHKr VULUC m Q I first Surgeons and Phy sicians in the world, t&d made thoto obstinate diseases bis constaut stud ' I 1 . - I - . h .MM IV WA - M . L for 30 years. Oct It r. Kr WHEATON It DA - VIS, Fancy Chair Manufac aa, Ff turer, No. 153 Fulton - ttrcrt. opposite St. Paul Chsrch. offer for tale, wholesale and retail, a large and elegant assortment of Curld Maple, plxin painted and ornamented in gold k hronre, Bamboo, Plain and Gilt Balls, Rocking, Sewing, and Conversation Chairs. Sofas, Settees. Loungees Music Stools, tec. Ordert from any Part or the continent execatea with neatnett and dispatch. Old Chairt repaired, painted and ornamented, oct 13 T7 Tha subscriber having recently returned from England with an important improvement sn the artificial spring LEG, be lakes this method ol informing bis friends and tha public, that all those who are to unfortunate at to be in want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by applying at No. 77 Barclay - itreet, New - York. Jan 22 WM. PURVIS. . LF.t?S ITCH OlATMEJfT, WARRANTED an infallible remedy at on application, may be used with perfect safety on infants a week old, not contain'ng particle ol mcrcury.or any dangerous ingredient whatever, and not arcrmpaoied with that offensive smell which attends the application of other remedies. The above medicine are prepared and sold si LEE'S Medicine Ptore, No. 40 Maideo - Lans, and sold by S. CARLE, cornel of Fulton and Water - streets. ' Druggists and country store - keepers top pus on Hberal terms. Jan 29 . D LYNCH, Jonr. having madearMntnKnts . with a respectable hoore in Msdeira, to w supplied with a proportion of the winet of the rs risiietofSt. Antonio ond Cama de lx)bo, ( versally acknowledged to produce tSe bestMS - Heira ir? the Island) has opener! a wine ttore, ai o. 4(1 William - street, Where ne wm retri. ten fnr this win. Irnm rvotlemeo wishing VlT np a stock for thefr own use ; and (by tbe.'S1, . . ... . : . . k wine. OS mem wnn u.e i.oo'e id .imurim n " - - - . f arrival, be nc approved by D. U Jr. it is tot w be sent to the parlies ordering it. lL. Jr. has taken grent pains to Pf from various pieces in 4l.e United Statts and in - Wert Indie, ti e best Madeira, that was " purcbverl, in the wood, and old bottled wine, w very uperior quality, from private stock, n" henowcrTers lor sale. He wiU constantly on Land an r.irtir.ent cf the choicest .win" liquors, telec'cd with care by himself, and w' sell none wl i - hhe cannot WARRANT IMPORTKfl. J 1 " NEW - YORK: P RUSTED AND PUBLlSUtD X1C1UEL BVRKTiAXk CO. BT No. 42 Ptstg - rrtvxrr. tal resulu chiefly to this soorce. " What a rilv that a young man, the hopes of his country. aa5 ' the darling of lus parents, should hn ...rlj . swuiiU mm 5 tl inMu(fii mm

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