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THEATRE. ittrjiSHINGTON'S BIRTH - DAY. The' public it iiectfuily informed, that tlie " fnt at the theatre will this evening be bril - i;.,.M illuminated With variegated lamps and a new transparency, (a full length portrait of YaahlU!JtOa,J exilioneu ui uuuur ui iuc wi - tioa. THIS EVENING, February 23, Will be presented, the tragedy of GU3TAVU6" VASA, Or. The DeU'verer of his Country. Between the play and fare, Mr. Baldwin will sin? the favorite sous of The Cobbler and his Gooee. America, Commerce and Freedom, by Mr. Darter. Barney leave the girls alone, by Mr. Barnes. After which, (Tor the 1st time in melo - drttina of America,) the THE FATHER AND HIS CHILDREN. tvAsm v;tis hiitTIi DaY. (ttr The Birth - Day of Washington will be celebrated by the Wellington Benevolent boric - ty, thu events, me tjo m''. , , . . J ti. - non.h.r. nfthc society will assemble at half past six o'clock in the evening of that day, in the large room at Washington Hall, where tlie following eieicises will take place. . 1 The officer elect will be publicly mitalled. 2. An Addre to tiie Throne of Grace. 3 Washington' Farewell Address will be read by a member oi me uammou micij. 4. Mtwic by the Band. 5. A Collection will be taken up for the irame diate relief of indigent member. 6. An Oration by James W. Gerajd, Esq. ? Mmir h (lie Band. fey The members of the Hamilton Society are particularly invited to unite in testimonial! of inspect to the fntlicr of his country. Tickets (each of which will admit a ger,tl?mnn and any number of l.tdiea) will be furnished on appacitian to Isaac Sebring, No. Broadway Edward W. Laieht. S8 Warren - street John P.Groshon, 128 Duane - street. Daniel E. Trlee,434 Pearlnlreet George II. Clnssman, 44!) do John Baker, 141! Cherry - sire et Aathony Steenback, 334 Broadway Lewis Ilartinan, 42J Pearl street Anthony Woodward, 9 Nassau - street. Members of the Washington Benevolent Society and Hamilton Society wilHbe admitted by their badges. . Members of the Hamilton Soi retv may obtain tickets for their friends at No. 5'J '.Villium - street. for CHARLESTON, S. C. The new elegant packet schooner 1TONT1NE. S. Hoyt, master, will sail thu week, having half her freight ready to go on board For remainder, or passage, having extensive accommodation?, apply on board at pier No. SO east side of Burling - slip, or to SAUL ALLEY, Feb S3 98 Pioe - st. 0 COT J UN, iOBACCO, He. & M. bales prime Alabama cotton, landing from schr Nassau ,20 biles New - Orleans cotton ) per brig Fi - 5 hhds Kentucky tobacco nancier IN STORE, SO tons clean St. Petersburgh hemp Russia duck, German steel, roll brimstone 15 cases tumblers 30 boxes Castile soap ruing Hud wrapping paper 1 case Lcgliom hats, No. 20 a 40 Also, just received, 16000 lb Havaua coffee, in hhds. and A few hhds of tec tilled pure spirit, made lrom molasses ruin, tor sale toy JAMES D' WOLF. jr. Feb S3 57 Front - si S f. CROIX RUM k SUGAR. FlIHE cargo of the ship Virginia, Jos. Ridg JL way, master, from At. Croix, will com meace landing to - morrow morning at pier No, 3, North River, in Iront of the subscribers' store oousL - ting oT 113 puncheons St. Croix rum, new crop 71 hhds and a quantity bbls ditto sugar Ditto prime quality Tor sale, on accommodating terms, by MELICK, ROGERS & SON, . Feb 21 Iw No. 33 Wa - hington - rt. I luiiV. ,OOU iUilirlt Coin, 1 en client W qurhty, delivi table at Tappahabuix k, Vir r ui saie oa acLommoaaiing lenus, ai'p, to R. CRUMP. fc 23 Oil Pine - ttreet. IRIbH LINENS, tc. TU6T received by ifi ,'o ahontasfrom Dub - fj lm a general ansorimnnt ol 4 - 4 linens, 5 - 4 - bee tings, 3 - 4browDlinens And hrod diaper, ia pieces, assorted. Which are offered for sale on reasonable terms, by HENRY M'VICKAR & CO. Feb 21 Iw No. 57 Piae - st rLL JAMAICA RUM lO imnrlieoni h - kJ proof old Jemaica Rum, faotling from sloop tuiincruuiiicr, iruos oermuua, Last sine reck up. r or saie oy TLTCKER & HURIE3, . fehs - 29 South - street. aVvjLlAHCHfcfcSE. SPLIT PEAS. Sic JL - i ic Berkley and Gloucester cheese, and uiimi spin peas, imported in the ship Ann Ma a, ..muj, irym Liverpool, lor sale by JOHN FRANKLIN, 115 South - s'. - Feb 23 3t West side of Peck.lip, LOST, in the Bowery, a note of hand for $60, dated 2Ul February 1MB, at 60 urawn oy k. wuiard, and endorsed bv nid Lynns, payment of said note is stopped. - uviuic nc puDiic re cautioned not tone' goeiai e it in any shape The finder is request u imc ii Kt so. oy uowcry. feb 23 lt a FOR SAi.H. (Or exchangrd for protwrtT in this citv 1 A neat country House in the vicinitv of Eli zabcthtown, (N. J.) beautifully situated on tlie Post - road ; at present in the occupation of iuci. i.ranu n contains eint rooms with piasza in t. - ont and rear, a trood kitchen rli home, flulk - ioom, and cellar : there w alo. a coach - himse, stable fur two horses, and other convenient out buildings, all in good rep..ir, about s i kcre of land. Lid out in a hamltm garden and orchard, which afford a variety of iruic, piragua, tic. and a well of ex - j - ciic - iH water, wan a good. pump. Terms will uc inauc liberal. Applv to JACKSON ii WOOLLEY". feb 23 5 Wall - ktreet FOR 8AI.W. A HoUSC with tun mil.nilfirtrr . f K round, pleasantly situated on the Height! ,. ' ,v" 'riy me residence of Corne - u tv.p. i M ,louse 14 two storie h j witl n elevated stone basement, was built by Mr. ip for his own use, is in good repair, and - .....hm nne view or the sound and sur - foumlmg country. The ground is laid out in - ..wiiiie garden spot and two pasture lots mere is a Rood stable and rJrli.,..,n. da pump of excellent water near the house! aw i P uut)let'Ue will be given, and terms 7? ffown on application at No. 45 Wall - sL m tut ffcW BOOKS JUST PUBLISHED. - wrfc - .1 c',la ciiemic - .d amusement amlville, by Wm. (iodwin "nen. a novel, P, esiJent Monroe's tonr f;ley's usclui knowledge UrdAmVra's embassy to Cliina ' tv" ?f h,art ' on" as she is O, - . J 4 ur wmaa as sne tnould be ractersof Sliaksrjeare's t.la. h. W n. t from the Cape of Good Hope, ftc. eb,B . ELIA3 VALENTINE, mi f , " . . . i... rb urwway, 3J door below Tine - st T by T RlVATE LODGINGS A kiiirle eenlle - 1 JL man can be accommodated, with one orl TOBACCO, COTTOK FLOUR AND WHEAT. two rooms, after the first of May next, with or "EMPTY - EIGHT hhds prime Kentucky to - without board, the rooms furnished or not, in M. bacco ' a genteel and small family, the hoi e is neat 21 bales prime" new crop N. Orleans cotton and pleasant, ami in a neaitny part of the city.l about ten minutes walk from Wall - street For further information inquire at no. 126 Broadway. feb 23 TO FARMERS. rT HE subscriber can furnish the fanners of JL tne adjacent country wita ground n aster j of Fans in any qnantity, on the shortest notice, in barrels or otherwise. .JOHN BYERS, Feb 33 If Foot of llarrisoo - st. N. R. A VALUABLE FARM. FOR SALE, in the town of Flushin: Queens county, Loug - lsiand, situated on Bav Siila. Id miles from Naur. Ynrlr anr19I.9fmm Flushing lauding; from whence packet boats and stages daily ply to and I from New - York. 5aid farm contains about 170 acres, 60 of which is wood land of various kinds of limber and thrif ty growth, with two apple orchards, one old, tlie other not more than 20 years old. and con, tains 250 grafted trees, all in full bearing and of the choicest Kinds ol irmt aou great variety ; (here is nbout SU "raited pear trees, just in the prime of life, consisting iu part of the choicest i f 1 r . t . , . kuius oi vergaiucs, oi. (.termaius, ana pouna pears, and V or 10 hnelinh cherry - trees, which are just beginning to bear. The remainder is suilablj divided into lots of mowing, tillage and failure, all enclosed in substantial fence auu un ler good improvement. The mansion house is 30 by 41 feet, built in modern style, of tlie best materials, anJ finished throughout, with a good kitchen and cellar, and is situated on an emi nence, cnmniunding an extensive view of the bay and adjacent countrv. - The court - yard and garden contains a great variety of Iruit - trecs and shrubbery, asparagus beds, strawberries ra - p berries, gooseberries, and currants in abundance Attached is a large barn, sheds, carriage house, crib, hen bouse, smoke hise, and many other useful and convenient buildings, all new and in !Tiod repair. The premises belong to Charles Cornell, Esq. late of Flushing, deceased, and combines numerous advantages, of which it is deemed unnecessary to enter into a detail, as it is presumed no person will purchase without first viewing tne premises. for particulars and terms, which will be accommodating, apply to the subscribers, on the premises, who will give an indisputable title lo tiicm. LLIAlikTII CUllNLLL, - Executrix, JOSHUA CORNWALL, Executor, Bay - Side, Flushing, 1 Feb. 23, 1818. s Feb 23 - 1 m. ril HE quakers, a tale by Elizabeth B. l - es - jl ter, price 87 cents junt received and for sale by W. II. tJILLEY, feb 23 93 Broadway. 3,000 HOLLAR PRIZE. rT,IlF. first drawn number to - morrow morning J. in tlie Alrtdical science LiOtlerv. will be en titled to the stationary prize of 3,000 Dollars. The floatine Prize of Ten Thousand Dollars two Prizes of One Thousand Hollars, and many or 6UU, 2UU, 11HJ kc. may also be drawn to mor row. A few Tickets and shares warranted undrawn. far sale at Truly Lucky Office, No. 122 Broadway, oppo site the City Ho l. It will not soon be forgotten that no. 3S20, which drew the grand prize of 100,000 dolls, and no. 10333, which drew last week 30,000 dollars, were both sold and immediately paid, at Aixcbts' Lucky Ottice 34th days drawing. 15373 5100; 25265 l00 307 50 j 244 50. Sold at ALLEN'. feb 23 XII RUM, c. tVf puncheons Jamaica Rum, just arrived and landing from the hrifi D.ivid Richards, from r a.iDOulb, (Jam.) and for sale by A. D. DUFF, 69 Washington - street Who lias for sale in store. L. P.Tenerifle Wine, (I'asley brand) inquar tercasns, imponea Juiy, ioio Do do inhlids and qr. casks, do August do Do do in pities, hhds. and qr. casks, do Sep tembor do 30 pipfs, 100 hhds and 280 qr. casks doenti iWd to debenture 45 pipe Cape Madeira Wine.ship'd in 1813, iron tne i ape ol uood Hi pe, and enti tled to debenture I'ort and old Lisbon wines, in assorted casks 59 boxes of claret wine 13 do grave wine and one cask cardwire. ieD7 tt UttAAUt, FLOUR. FLAXSEED and RAl - u siwa. 20 pipes best Bordeaux Brandy 950 barrels Baltimore Howard street Flour 50 casks clean Flaxseed t and 400 boxes iresh Bloom Raisins. For sale by utu. yi. WILSON, feb 10 130 Water - street NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the estate of Mr. GEORGE CLEMEN, deceased, flate aker, No. 2a White - street) are requested to niaae unnirumie paymrni ; ana inose naving ue - mands against said estate will please to prrsent uem,aury authenticated, to Air. UAlLb Li3 Ltl, at bis porter bouse, 307 Broadway. ol A u i CLtftltil, Executrix, feb 19 2w A Corn tan H anted. IV AIM 1 t.l) immediately, a corn - fan i a se - v Y cond hand one will answer. AddIv to TUCKER Ic LAURIES, Ian 20 29 South - street. lOllM NANKINS. M.dJ J Pieces blue nankins, of very supe rior quality, entitled to debenture, for sale at 77 Washiugton - st ' Feb 18 G. G. Si S. HOWLAND. 15 QUERCITRON BARK. tons first quality bark, for sal by G. G. 6 S. HOWUND, Feb 18 77 Vuhington - st TTOPS. 14 bales of first qualiiy, the j. jl irrowin oi iai7. lor sale bv ANDERSON if SHEARER, feb 18 2w 131 WateMtreet tlLOUH it TOBACCO - srOO bbls superfine jl Richmond flour, branded Bent Creek 200 bbls Petersburg flour 50 kegs manufactured tobacco, landine from brig Richmond and schr. Belvidere, and for sale WALSH & GA LLAGilbR, Feb IB . 66 Pouth - st rpOBACCO, FLOUR, ic. 10 - hhds. old JL Richmond Tobacco, principally of prune quality, adapted to the Irish maikat 40 do new do., part very prime 20 do old Rappahannock do 3oQ kegs Richmond manufactured do., sweet scented and common 250 bbls Richmond superfine flour .54 bales prime upland cotton 126 pieces Holland duck 200 kegs Dutch herrings 20 cask allum 50 do . dry white lead 25 do ' claret 40 craves earthenware, assorted 24 casks mustard 3 butts best London porter 5 puncheons rabbit skins 500 reams medium printing - paper 600 do cap, do. 1 and 2 30 gross pre papers, kc. for sal by WALSH Si GALLAGHER, Feb 6 66 Sontfa - itretL I Lt F by A f site, 13 JLf by oois Hour, and 75 bushels wheat Received per brig Thomas, from New - Orleansfor sale at no. 87 Corr'ce - house - slip, by LAIDLAW, G1KAULT it CO, Who have in More, 1 case French linen cambrics 1 bale superfine black cloth 2 cases Madras Pulicate Hdkfc ; and 1 do imitation French cambrics Feb 11 lOt UPLAND COTTON. bales prime L - laod Cotton, landing from schr Louisa, and for sale by Joseph osborn. ieD si . 28 Snath - street Si ,'ORAGK.'i'ln ,",din lh' b Pro' !l0! 1 KTn . 1,1.. ' ,c' v' "1U6C"U """ hall - streets. feb 21 ARCIl'l) GRACIE & SONS. BOTTLES, GRINDSTONES, Ac - English gallon and half gallun bottles, for Madeira wine. Full size Quart and Cliamnaernc nint do. Gallon and half gallnu demijohns. 120 small size erindi - tonett. assorted, and A few boxes short and long pipes, tipped and j.l..:n pium, or sale oy WILLIAM COWLEY. Feh21 lw No. 14 Water - treet. 6 INDIGO. Kc. Cases Bengal ludin, entitled to debenture 100 boxes Hill's chocolate Nos. I & 2 30 pipes Gray's brauJy For sale by JACKSON & WOOLLEY, Feb 21 2t 75 Wall st. ISO TAR Si UTAf ES. bills tar and some staves, landing this day lrcm the schr Adelaide from Wilmington fur sale by . ROBERT GILLESPIE, Feb 21 112 Front - tt. ClO'J'TON 21 baks superior Georgia Coiton J landing from ship Prudence, at fine - street - wharf, for sale by N. ii O. TALCOJ T, ieh2l 64 South - street. 1UTTON, ULLR :KUNc, in:. 2 OuiesSta J Island Cotton 1 bundles Deer Skios I tierce and 1 Mil. I in 14200 Staves and Heading, afloat, ar.d for sale oy ft. K U. V. 1J Vt,ii'OUT ii GO. leb 21 MONEY. rpWEL E hundred dollars to loan on good JL lanueu security in thicily. Inquire ol JOSEPH I). FAY, Esq. febSMw No. 92 Nassau - street. MONEY. THE several sums of $700, $800, Si $1600, may be had on bond and mortgage, by ap plying to PETER UE Win - Feb 21 Iw No. 13 William - st. ANTON CRAPES. Fresh supply Canton V Crapes for sale by MARCH Si LOW, feb 11 210 Broadway. TM.OUR and TOBACCO.' WO bbls. Huh jT m mrmd supf. Flour 29 lihds old and new Tobacco, 14t keesmaiiuiai tureri d .6 & U hands to tlie lb. Forsa.eal 106 Fioot - stret. feb 13 . ROKF.S. OAVIDSO.N Si CO. DOMESTIC 6i OTHER. WARES. IHE subscribers keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of the following goods, vixi Dutch and English Gunny Bags, tic Popes Head Ciuuib Brushes Bellows, fancy aad common' Do for Blacksmiths Hall aoo Eutry Mats Broom Duster. or Counter Brushes Hearth Brushes, fan cy and common nean oo do do Cloth do do do Weavers do White Wash do Shoe ii Scrubbing do Paint Brushes and ran and i uus - Whfsel - Barrows Fine Wire Sieses Do Hair do Whips of every de Sash Tools tcriptiun Clamps, 4, 7, 8 row Furniture Brushes Uorse do Bed Cords. Clothes Seine, sewine, wrap ping, balcing and ball I w ine Fish Li ops Unes Shoe A Sadlers Thread Sash Cords. Trace Dearborn's Ballan none cci Wroneht and Cut Nails and Brads V liich thev will sell wlmlfale or retail on Ii uerai terms. iLim.i v i.Uiiii.J, feb 7 76 Pearl - street. 'CuTCH HERlllXfiS. - 10t firaius Loch fine Heiringt, of the best quality, iust landed per 1 lioruas Wilson, for sale in anautitics to suit purcnasers, oy MILLS, FURIVY 4 CO. 1 212 Pearl - street. feb 20 4t CUEAF CASH GROCER STORE. 288 Broadway, comer of Reed - street, next door to washiuglon - riall. TAMES P. ANDRE respectfully informs his aJ friends and the public in general that he keeps constantly for sale a larze and eeneral as ortment of the following articles, which will be all disposed of at a moderate advance. Imperial, Hyson Young Hyson Teas of first quality and latest iiyson CKin a & unportauon. bourhong Loaf, Lump, i Havana White Sugars and Brown S Box and cask Raisins Cui rants, Figs, Almonds, Prunes Hickory and Madeira Nuts Nutmegs, Cloves, Cinnamon, Cassia Alipice, Peeper, Ginger, London Mustard, per pound or bottle Old Cognac Brandy Do. Holland Gin and Jamaica Spirits Madeira, Port, Sherry, ) Claret, Fayal, VPore Wines L. P Tenerifle and other ) French, American, i Martinique, and s Pure Cordials Spice ) Hihhert sup. L. B. Stout Sallad Oil, Sperm and Tallow Candles Basket Salt Codfish, Burlington Hams SmoakM Beef and Herrings American and Holland Cheese Wli ter Strained Lamp Oil, lie. Szc. N. B. Constant attendance given, and all fa vonr thankfully received. Orders punctually attenneo io. r en at PLANO COTTON li hales prime Up - Fy.mwket harf. will be wKi low if taken' from the wharf. land Cot ton landing from brig Elizabeth, IS AC F. ROE, 98 Murraj Vwharf fe 20 U l.'UOUR - liHI bbls. Rit hoioud superfine Flour. now landing from schr Cyanne, and for sale . t: VI 11 11, BLANCHARD & COT. r eo 4i no. xt Dornrc sup. PHILADELPHIA WHISKEY ei BUTTER 1 1 hhds. first proof Whiskey 112 Now oo the dock, for 'ale by - ' CORNS. DUB MS. feb 19 6t 36 Front - street. GOLD LEAF. MB ROSE CRANE has just received fifty oacks Enslnh Gold Lead of the (arrest and warrajiled first quality, for vale at 135 Broadwey. i - o i ifw M;E. 95 whole and 50 half tierces prune nee. landing from scfar Retrieve, for safe GOODHUX & Co. t ad lo 44 souui - sveeu WIS N. C. heaLinbaca (0 bbls. Tar. afloat aad for sale by R. ft C. W. DAVE.M - ORT vU. feb 19 st Fr Norfolk or Baltimore, The fine staunch sloop REGULA TOR, Wm. Soule, master. For freight apply to GEO. M. WILSON, Feb 21 130 Water - st. For FHIlADKI.PHU, The .schooner TWO BROTHERS, Jacob Carson, master, Ivinp east side pir No. II, will sail positively the last of this month. For freight apply to GEO M.WILSON, feb 21 13iJ Wter - treet. For iisir.ut.i, The brig MARY, capt. Brew.ter, a regular trader, now loaJing at Pine - street wharf, aud will sail in a few day. For freight or'passage, apply on board, or to Feb 21 N. 4 I). TALCOTT. FOHUALH'At; rsy i lie unj n.in '.in, u, mciu, win on J liurs Jay next, wind and wea ther permitting. Can accommodate fburorfive mure passengers, on very moderate terms, Ap ply on board, pier no. 13, K. R. or to THOS. DESNISON, Feb 21 40South - sL tor Hale, f reight or Charter, The fastsailiug brig SAILOR BOY, J. Rodman, master ; will be ready to receive a cargo on Monday next; 175 tons, and will carry abmit 1500 bbls. Apply on board, east side t ly Market whari, or to D. BETHUNE it CO. Feb 21 92C.H. slip. For LIVERPOOL, The superior New - York built, and fast sailing: ship NE&TOR. She is copnur fastened and coppered to the tiends was built expresdy for the Liverpool trade, and has elegant accommodations for passengers For freight or passage apply on board, at Mur ray's wharf, CoOee House slip, or to - CHARLES HALL, Feb 20 No. 1 Beaver - st. For Sate. Freight or Charter, A new pilot boat schooner, about 130 tons hurtlicu. built in me best manner, oi owl materials, and copper fastened, a very fast sailing esse!, and may bt sent to sea with small expence. Apply on board at liurling - slip, or to Si. Li. & U. UltlSVVUUU, IV!) 19 16 South - street. pui i vwr.'ii iiiu S5 The staunch brii MARGARET, cap - lam r mm, na considerable pari or ner ciuKo ensairtd, and will be dispatched without delay. For freight or passage, apply to H. V03, No. 74 Wasbin.'ton - strect, or to J. C. ZIMMERMAN, feh 19 tf No. 72 Wahiiuton - sreet. for W A SHING'JVN; N. C. The schooner LEA.VDKR, Cuptain Neal ; Ivintrat Stevens' wharf. Will ssil on Monday next. For freight or passage, apply on board, or at 35 feck - Klip, to H. k C. W. DAVENPORT & CO. feb 19 . tor Sale, tretgltf or Charter, The fast sailing schr GERTRUDE, Brit ton, master, just returned from I orl au i riii' e, and is now in readiness to proceed a - fuiu immediately. This schooner is one year old, 143 tons burthen, and in the best condition. he has handsome accommodations for passcn gers. r or terms apuly to Feb 16 GIUSW'OLDS COATF.S. I I UfS. 2 bain Hops, .lust receiied lor sale ii nr UA.Yiuut:L.tAU oi rr.AM.Qu.i, i.h: 67 Snutli street VIEW LlNt,a, Kc. cmkap. Justopeued, LN 3 cases Irish Linens, assorted 1 do Scotch Hollands, or super undressed Linens 1 box Long Lawns and Linen Cambrics ' 1 do 5 - 4 Irish Sheetings and Dowlas 1 do' Srsiiin Loom Cotton Shirtinc All of which nrc approved and warranted bleaches. On band, a variety of DiaiH'r, Oamnk, and real Double Damask Tahle Cloths, smull to very large si - set, with Napkins, of different sizes, to Bintch Bomhazcens, Canton Crapes, Szc. For sale at No. 61 Maiden Lane. L. A C. SUYDAM. BT THE PACKAGE. A few cases Irish Liuvs, Long Lawns, and i do wiute i'launas. feb 18 Iw REAL CACHEMIliE SHAWLS VANDERVOORT St FLAN DIN have received a splendid assortment of tus real Cachemire Shawls, comprising white, scarlet, uove, anaaes oi ereen, orange, ricnuowerea, sin ped, and all with large and small palms and dou ble borders. Also, a case of superfine Leghorn Hats, with xtra crowns, rorsaieat feh 20 bv No 111 Broadway Boxes 1 hhd, I cask ARGOL, about - jT J 1 1, 5001 bs, lor sale by Feb 20 R. & C.W.DAVENPORT & CO. ilIANNERs A Novel Just punched and It L forale by PETER A. MESIER, ten iw wo. Wall - street MANNERS, a novel, vols, price $2, this day published by W. B. G1LLEY, 92 Broadway. Also for sale, a few English copies of the above interesting novel, 3 vols, price $1. Feb 19 UPLAND CO ITON. - 15 bale prime Up land Cotton, landing and for sale by SAUL ALLEY, 98 Pine street. IN STORE. 42 bales Sea Island Cotton, for sale as above. jn 24 i CAonVV ARE, 4ic 4 boxes assorted glass, v cnosmiiigoi Large si xed Window Glass De anlers, Tumblers, Inkstands Watch Glasses, kc. t boxes Fowling Pieces. Just received per Winifred, from Amsterdam OS HAND. A quantity of muskets, entitled to debenture 5 ceroons brst quality indigo, and 2 bbls White Lead For sale by J. C. ZIMMERMAN, feh 7 1m 72 Washington - street, HULL tt BOWME have just received by the Lorehio, from London, Dixon's Antihihous Pills Hickman's Pills for the gravel, kc. Chine's Worm Destroying Lozenges Roach's Embrocation Thompson's Cheltenham Salts Hayward'sTolu Lozenges Heo'ry's Calcio'd Magnesia, And a reneral assortment of British Patent Medicines of repute, not mentioned above : war ranted g'nuiue, and for sale at Jan 24 lm 146 Pearl - street. 'LAXSEED IScasks Flaxseed, fanning this day from schr. Ranter, from Norfolk, for sale by D. BETH U E k CO. Iehl4 . 92 CofiVe House Slip. l'KIPES 20 cases superior American blue KJ stripes, for sale bv tbe COMMISSION COM PA NY, FeblSD&C " 143 Pearl L VI USCOVADO SUGAR 13 bhds.Musco - lv I vado Sugar, for sale by leb 16 G.W.TALBOT, 55 Pine - street LIVERPOOL SALT, EARTHENWARE, HARDWARE. - 300 ton White bait, in lots to suit purchasers, 1 14 crate Eartheoware 4 casks Hardware. Now landing from the shin Albion, and for sale by JOHN ABM. WILLINK St CO. feb 20 1 No. 73 Washington - street BOARD. Wanted for a gentlemaa and his wife, in a private family. Address L L Viis office feb 21 lw ALLEGHANY COAL COMPANY, en The Stockholders of the Alleghany Coal Company, au requested to attend on Monday, the second day of March next, at the City Tavern. 7 o'clock P. M. to elect Officer and Directors for the ensuing year. By order of tlie Board, feb 20 tMch2d J G. BOGERT. i r. do fty Mr. BERAULT respectfully informs the ladies and gentlemeo, bis scholars, that (here will lie no school on Monday next, being the aaniver - Cm' I 1 1 f . . L 1 I: IV . .. 'I'l. .. ary oi vienerai vr aaningiou pioii - uj. u school will be (next week) on Wednesday and c. i ..u .Mi Saturday g TO LET, Jjt2 From the 1st May next, the House no 21 Uroadwoy, now occupied by Mr. John 1 clover, vi ith the stable in Ueaver - iane. Ap ply to WM. CRU1KSII NK, feb 19 lw 40 tit - ecu wich - st. Ti) LKTor LE.iSE, A bark building, No. 20 James - street containing two rooms 60 fi - et bv20; one is at present occupied by a soctetv," the other as a school r iom. Possession lo be given 1st of May next. Inquire feb 19 No. 29 James - street. 1l LET, From the 1st of Mav next, the house No ti State street. Enquire at the premises, feb 19 lw TO LET. Two Rooms, suitable for offices, to let from the first of May next, in the house no. 69 Reek man - street, near William - street Enquire at 253 (Jrecnwicli - tt. fen 19 lw O&L - FUiiSAL., silsu The house and lotofgrnjnd No, 18 Rose street ; the lot is 25 feet front and rear, and 100 leet deep : the house a brick front, sides and rear filled in with brick, and built in the most substantial manner. For lurlherpartkulars enquire ol A. S J r.H.BACK, feb 19 3iv No. 33 1 Broadway UFL W Li.T, liii.JI The dwelling part of the house No. 151 Water street, until Hie find of Mav. Enquire of Mr. G. 11A1GI1T, next door feb 50 lw W LET, The store No. 20 Wall - street. Apply at il.e store. ici t'l ti VALUABLE PROPER I The sub - crit crotf, rs fbrsaloa valuable. farm, 73 miles from New - York, lying 7 miles south of Poughkeepsie, on the post - road, witl.iu 14 of a mile ol the mills on the falls of Wappin gerVCreek, and in the neighborhood of several landings from which sloops sail weekly. It con tains 1 10 acres of level, fertile land, with a youu; orchard of grafted fruit, wood sufficient for fuel, and all ui good lence. I he house contains sevc ril rooms, has a good barn, and all in excellent repair. Its sit nation beingon an elevated plain, renders the place not only healthy, but presents from the dwelling a delightful inland prospect. Also, another lot of 40arres, contiguous to the above, and bounded southerly by the falls of WappingerV Creek. The lacdia fertile, in ex cellent fence, and of easy cultivation. What renders tins property valuable, is, that it may be made a place of celebrity. There is already r - rected on the falls a saw - mill of great capacity, a carding - mill, which enjoys the custom of the neighborhood, besides several other scitcs for factories, unoccupied. The whole force of the creek can be diverted with a little expence so as to drive a range of mills on a level plot of ground uit below tbe falls, and accessible by an easy navigation ; where factories of every description, with every facility ol power and transportation can be constructed. Also, a flour - mill, of the first class. The mill - house is large, with 4 run of Burr stones, and calculated for 6, with - new machinery for manufacturing wheat, kc. with an elevator for raising grain from vessels into the upper loft of the mill. Connected with the mill is a large store house for storing wheat and flour.. With the mill will be sold 53 acres of excellent land, ou which is situated five dwelling houses, a large barn, hay house, carriage house, corn crib, hovels, Ac. a cooper's shop calculated foi 20 bands. Two of the houses are new and well calculated for genteel families : They command a view of the river, with a beautiful intervale landscape formed by the meandering of the creek immediately in Iront. There are few places which associate so many accommodating quantitation for tlie merchant, mechanic or farmer. If not sold at private sale before Tuesday the 2 1 st April, it will on that day be oncrcd at auo tion For terms, &c. apply to PETER MESIER No. 25 Beaver - street. Feb 20 ABRAHAM MESIER. tVR SALE AT AUCTION. EE By C. G. FONTAINE, on Monday, 2d March, at All o'clock, at the i . C. ti. (if not previously disposed ol at private sale) that mo' dem built su I .stautjal 3 - story brick house, with basement, TV l.eoimru - street. it is lurnished with evi rul accommodations and conveniences. so as to he an agreeable dwelling foraeenteel fa mily. There is a pump of excellent wateronthe lot. The lot is 25 feet front and rear and 100 feet deep, a fee simple and free from all incum brances. Possession will be given some lime previous to the 1st of May, if required. And in i few days after will be sold, the furni ture in said house consisting of a complete et of carpets, looking glasses, pier tables, hnad some cut class lustres, sofas, beds nd bedding. mahogany dining, card and writing tables, chair &c. and a choice collection of books. Also, the kitchen furniture. feb 21 t.Mt 7YJ LET, The followine Houses, viz: The house No. Vijonn - strett The house No. 97 do The house No. 99 do The house and store No 395 Pearl - street Tlie house and store No lit Cherry - street The house No. 28 Courtland - street. Apply to feb 21 No. 5 bowery, LIVERPOOL, T? V Liverpool and this city, it is probable that much business remains unsettled, which it may be important to close. A eentleman coins: there would undertake tne liquidating or uch nil Airs, and would execute any mercantile commission oetweea tnese places, in addition to nis entire acquaintance with commercial business, bis coo nexions in Liverpool will be influent ial, and his references here are merchants o tne brst stand ing. Tbe advertiser leaves his address at this otiice. fer?l3t" WANTED a situation in a school or pri vale family, a female of respectabili ty, who Las been accustomed to teach writing, arithmetic. rerrrai,hv. &c. Any lady in want of such a person, will find the advertiser worthy of notice, having been in the above capacity to England, and can produce satisiaciory referen ces. For further particulars enquire oi tne printer of this paper, feb 21 SHERIFF'S SALE. r$ Monday neat the 23d instant, at 11 o'clock U st ill he sold "n the premises, the lease of that valuable establishment, the Merchants Hotel, Nos. 41 and 43 Wall - street. Also, a quantity of choice Wines and other Liquors ad G o - cerie; ooe elegant Horse and Gig, a handsome sleigh and Harness. On the following day at II o'clock, will commence the sale of the furniture, belonging to tbe above bouse, consisting of a large quantity of valuable Cabinet Furniture, ma trasses, beds, bedding, kc. leb II Xt OHEMtCAL AMUSEMENT, comnrisinr a W series of carious and instructive experimeots Buwiuuirj, wutcn axe easily pertorsaca, and unattended by danger ; by Frederick Accum. operative chemist, kc. he. price 1 dollar, just rcvovrq in iot sale oy feb20 W. B. GlLLEY, 92 Broadway. A and the that ty so his ons ioa the p PUBLIC SALES; P. L. MILLS It CO. Wednesday, 4th Alarcli, i At IS o'clock on Use pi - emise, Um Lot IU ' House in .Sullivan - street, 3 doors soDtheast of broom - st. the front of the house T of brick, tt feet wide aad 35 deep; the lot is 9 1 feet frost aad rear and 70 leet deep there are 0 room with fire - plait, and 3 bed - room ; the front rooms are corniced witl hard coats, tbe entry ia finished in the same maimer 'i be above bouse is built of the best maUrial?, and well calculated for a genteel family - The terms will be reasonable and made l.oown on tbe day ol sale. Any person wishing to purt ha. - e at private sale, will call at the auctiou room, or on the premise. BYJ..P DIETERICIl&CO. A'l I RlVATE r,Al.E, 5000 acres oi Uiid, ii. Wood Count v fVaA within 10 mill i ' f Marietta, and 5 n.Pca froa. the Ohio liner. l2bQ do in the town a I iattaburgh, Clinton County, New York. 400 do in Pike County, Pennsylvania, and an eirellcnt in. pro ved mrin ot vihj acres, on tlie Cosheoton turnpike road. . The two Inst will h exchaneed fororo perty in the city of New - York, or lor merchant dixe. Appiv at the auction room. American Society for the tncouraemmt of L)$ tnrslie Jnauvfaclmu. ny The regular quarter - yearly meeting of said society, will be held at Tammany - Halt, on Wednesday evening next, the 2otb instant, at 7 o'clock. The members are requested to be punctual in their attendance. U. LYCII, jr. 1 P. II. 6CHENCK, $ Feb 19 6t Secretaries NOTJCE. 03 - All persons having demands against the estate of David Harrison, deceased, are request edto present the tame, duly authenticated, to WILLIAM BETH ELL. administrator, No. S3 St. James - street And also, all persons indebted to the estate aforesaid are requested to make immediate payment of the same. Dated Feb. 19, 1818. WILLIAM BETH ELL, feb 19 lw Administrator. LYChUM Or' N.iTURAL HISTORY. An election of officers of the Lyceum of Natural History, will take place on Monday the 23d inst. at 7 o'clock. P. M. feb 21 2t WM. COOPER, R. 9. A CARD. Ty MR. WHALE respectfully makes known to the ladies and gentlemen, that his next Public will take place on Monday, Feb. 23d, the an biversary of General Washington's birth day, Feb 21 2t STREET MANURE. (y The contracts which are to be entered into lor the street manure, will commence on the 1st of May next, for lor 2 year, to be mention - I'd in tne sealed pro pot a is; aud the streets are to he swept and cleaned, from the 1st of March to the 1st of January, in every year. Feb 21 STREET MANURE. ft3 - Sealed nronosals will be received at the Comptroller's OQ. e, City Hall, till Monday, 2d Marc h next, at 2 o't lock, for the street manure, in conformity with th Law of the corporation. dividing the city into two districts. The propo sals will mention each district separately, either for one nr. or two year from the 1st of March to the 1st of January. Also, senltd proposals will be received a s bote mentioned, for tbe manure of the city. The street to be swept and cleaned by the cents act rtt Each district to be divided into three division) to be swept and the. dirt removed one day in every week, from the 1st of March to the 1st of January. Particular information may be had at the comptroller's cjmce. ten 19 tM,Z , DOCKS & SLIPS. , Sealed proposals will be received at the Comptroller's Office, City Hall, till Monday tlie 9th of March, at S o'clock, for renting the) public Docks and Slips for one year from the 1st May next, agreeably to the new rates of wharfage established by the Common Council on the 16th inst. the particulars of which may be seen at the Comptroller' Office. feb 19 NO 1 ICE. ftr The co - partnershib heretofore existing between the subscribers, under the firm of T. M. & A. I. Huntington, is this day dissolved by mutual consent 1'he concern of said firm will lie settled by Thomas M. Huntington, at No. 80 reari - itreet. THOMAS M. HUNTINGTON. ALFRED J. HUNTINGTON. New - York, 10th Feb. 1818. Thomas M. Htstmotobt will continue the business on bis own account, and has on band a general assortment of hardware, cutlery, &c which he otters lor sale on accommodating terms. ICDI0CIIWC3W A Law to regulate the sale of Crabs, passed 16th February, 1818. Vt - Be it ordained by the Mayor, Aldermen nnd Commonalty of the city of New - York, ia Common Council convened, That if any person or persons shall sell, offer, or expose for sale, ia any of tlie public markets in this city, or ia tiny street contiguous thereto, any of that spe cies of Shell - Fish commonly called Crabs, be tween the uiteentn day ol uecember and tne first of March in nnv vear. even such nersoa shall forfeit and pay for each and every offence tbe sum often dollars Provided, that this ordinance shall not go into effect until the 15th day . of December next. By the Common Council. J. MORTON, Clerk. A Law entitled a Law to amend the Law to re gulate Public Porters in the city of New - 1 ork, passed 16th February, 1818. if7 Be it ordained by tbe Mayor. Aldermen and Commonaltv of the city of New - York, in Common Council convened. That it shall and may be lawful for the hand - cartmen of the said city to use hand - barrows in tbe transportation of goods, wares and merchandise, or other articles in the. same mnenerastbey now are or have been used by the public porters of the said city And further, that they be permitted to demand and receive the same rates oi prices for the conveyance of articles as are aow allowed by law to the said public imrters. By the Common Council. , jan & J. MORTON, Clerk. ,a r 'I :i i l S Chmiica Amusements, pi MM) for J dollar in boards. Just published and .Hie h rx. I t - K. A MESIER. lel ty No. 2 Wall - street. Law in relation t" the imprisonment of slaves, pa'sed me loin renruary, ioio. BE it ordained ny tne mayor, aldermen ana commonalty of the city of New - York, ia common council convened, j oat 10 ail cases where slaves, at the instance of their masters or others, are committed to Bridewell by the police, masistrates lor running away.or for other mitbe - ' haviour, tlie said raaeistrates shall first demand - receive fifteen dollars from the person making application lor such commitment, and that said sum be placed to the credit of tbe corporation by the clerk of the police office, ia order they may be indemnified for the expence of such slave while in Bridewell, at tbe rats of twea - - nve cents per day, And be it further ordained, Tbatja case any . such .slave, so committed, shall be discharged before the expiration of sixty days, then the person paying tlie said fifteen dollars shall receir ; from the said clerk suck balsutce as may exist ia - or her favor, after deducting tbe board of seen slave at tbe aforesaid rate of twenty five cemta perday. And be it further ordained, that the said magistrates, whea ccmmitliog a slave forth re as - - aad in tbe manner aforesaid, shall also talut from tbe person making application for seek Commitment a bond, with security, if to their epio requisite, whereby such person shall b bound to pay the sum of twenty - five cents per day for every day such slave shall remaia ia Bridewell, after the expiration of the Orst sixty days : provided, however, that tbe penalty of saia bond shall not exceed oee tandrcd dot lars. By tbe commoa council. " ' J. MdVTCN. Cr - j'aj - r it t

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