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IN'CEl VNrivHY. , ' '"'i' w.uunc.i(t.v V ? r . ,V: . - '' SUirof f.ew York, .' "IN pursoartce of decretal order i"this honor - bit; tfn t, wilt be JJ l public auction, at Ihe )iMiUe ftolee Hoof, in lue f ii ol Nrw - York, uwbrihediiw - tion of Utt u'i:riber, at oi thr .aisteTsof this court, tu Friday, the 'JJihin - ii o'clock noon - All thoe inyr certain soy 'H laou, liu iB m ihi niiuu warn ui um tiiy of Sew - I ork . hieing part ot the estate of J oho bo - n iinrivrk. Jae ot the said city, deceased, bod ' deipiterf in a certain man of (be id estate, i . u.. w...l. m... iqjiu bv Ms So. tt. and Ot and letter I an t II. The aniii lo' a. t b n tiurtthvr. are hounded westerly iniioiithy Hudson Hirer, andrnnuio twenty a . - Clr u gmunu, more oi sets, who Uir appurte nances. Dated Feb. 6th. 181H. 4mu n. nn.'iiu i .Matter in Ch'ncerv. Not For particulars, enquire at ti.e Ma te' Office, Nn. 3 Law Buildiugs, where a map of the pt niir way be seen, feh 4 Iaw2w idts Li CHANCEttY. ,' State of New - York, . , IN pursuance of a dnul order uf thi honor - :l h i!d at out!i - auction, at ih . Tontine Coffin House, to the city of New - York, nler the dim two of the tubscriber, a one cn ' the master H thi court, on Friday, the Tltli iu - taaCat IS o'clock at iioon all Uose three cer - ' tain lot of land, situate in the tenth ward of the city of M. York, and distinguished on a certain nap nf the relate, late of Jam D. lancy, tq ride by Evert Burktr, by lot So. tix liuodred and fifteen, i hundred and sixteen, and ix hundred and seveiitem, hounded westerly by Second treet. aad cootamiiur each 25 tret in breadth, and one huf - dred feet in depth, a ire or let, with tbe appurteuanves. Dated reb. o. ism JAMES 4. HAMILTON, ... Matter in Chancery. feh 6 lawtw&dt IN CHANCERY. . State of .New - York, m. in pursu - mce of a decretal order ot thi honor til murf - will h 10M at nnhlie. auction, at the Tontine Uoffn House to the city of New - ioik, under the di - ection of th lubacriber, at one of tbe muter of tint court, oa Saturday, the four teenthday c - fFehruary wit, at twelve o'clock ai noon, an uiai cenain noun ana 101 oi grouno, ' situate on the westerly tide of Ntssau - slreut, iu the third ward of the city of New - York, and '., known a numberSI, bounded a follow : en' - crly in front by Natau - itreet. westerly in the rear hy property Del o;ui to Mr. Isaac mead, northerly by Mr. lioiiakioton't Tnvern, and 'toutherly by prnnertyof Mr. Elixahctb Giron . court, cnritaiMof in brvadth in Irnnt and rear ' twenty five leet, in length on the northerly tide one hundred and, twelve feet lour inchea, and on ' the toutherly tide one hundred and ten feet ti n inch - , he the tame more or leu ; together with til and lingular the itereditaateot and eppurtf - naucenthereutito belongin;. Dated the SJd day oi January, taia , RICHARD I. WELLS, . Matter in Chancery. . ' Note The termi of the tale will beat fnt - . low ; 1" per cent on Ue day of tale, 15 per real, a IU Ant day of May n - xt, at which time a teed will be ecnted and pottettion civen ; the Mailift ffn hf ttniA in aj Vnit ,! wilK iriffttMaf tirdf yearly, tecured by a bond and mortgage oa the premine, Ihe house to be insured by the pu haser from the said first day nf May until the arrh'ise money and interest thereon is paid, arid he policy to be transferred to the morlKagre For further particulars apply at the matter's office, No. 60 I'ine street Jan 23 d3w The tale of the Above property it pottponed antil Thursday, the I9thday i f Fenruary, iuttaut, at hrtir past 1 1 o'clock, at the tame place. Dated February, 14, 1818. RICHARD I. WKLLS. ( Ifidti Master in Chancer, , IS CliACKKY. State of tw - York, is. DM Bethune. I N pursuance of aa order' of r. f I Das honorahle court n ade Georfe tSrriba.f in thi cause the nineteenth day iltf January jiittunt. will be old ,t public auction at the Tontine Coffee II .use la the citv of New - York, under the di - w li'in of the tubtctiher as one of the matters of thi honorable court on Wednesday the twenty - filth darof Mirch neit. at eleven o'clnck in the fcn.0'on, the raortxast - d pre mites meiitioiiedonil i j . i ft ' i - ., . ., r l . ' . oecnrv a in uie t - nmiMainnni'p mil or ciiidiiiiii in iliin cause, whi b t - aid premises are described at f' IJr.H'1 1 is : ' all tLat certain tract or parcel of I md situate ly in; and being on tbe eattwardly aide of the Otweg'. river ia the town of Volney in the county of Oneida, now the county of Utwe - g'i. and State of New - York aioretaid, being part of townthip auruber seventeen iu Scriba's p .tent, and usually known by the name of Fred - e - irkt' - urrfh, a the same was nrveyetl and laid out in the v ear one thousand teven hundred and anJ riinetv - eiglit, by Benjamin Wright, beginning at a stake ttandinR on tlie bank of Ihe Oswego river, twenty iinks nrtti of an Iron - wood tree, thence on a course north eighty - seven de - gre and thirty ojinultt, east one huudred and thirty - fir - chains and ninety link to a stake ten links weit ui a nnple tree, (hence north twode - ' treet Mad thirty m uutes, west eighty chains and five links to a Beach tree, thence couth eighty evu dcrr. et and thirty miuutej, west eighty chuins a. id seventy rive links to a stake twelve links north of a Hemlock tree, thence) north tweocjr - eucht decreet and thirty minutes, wcsl ' four chains and thir v - thre liokt to a Hemlock tree. lh!tK e south emhty - seven decreen and thir ty minutes, west ninety seven rhamt to the hank of lite (weo liter, and thence toutherly up the laid riviT tbe several courses thereof to the place ol Kinnin j;, tontaiiumr one thousand three huu drod and thirty five iicret of land, be the tame nvire or let, witn tbe appurtenance. Dated the twenty - fourth day f January one thousand eignt r.unu:(i anaeirmeea AARON H. PALMER, feb9Mlaufw Master in Chancery. At a Court of Chancery held for ihe state . of New York, at the city of Albany, on (he tenth day of January, ia the year of our lord one thousand eight hundred, and rigtiieen, Present, The Honorable Jame Rent. Eiouire. lbanceiior. William Seger, ri. George ChonnM rt, Alexander Glennie, John Cap - per, William Ileolork and John Ritcber T appearing to the satisfaction of (his court, by the affidavit of William N. Dyckman, ju - ui r, theaolit'itor for tbe complainaat, and the affidavit ofthe complainant, that process of sub - poe - ia h been regularly issued, requiring the defend jot Alexander Glennie, John Capper, Wil liam Henlock and John ditcher, to appear to an I answer the amended bill of complaint intnia caue, hud that ueither of the said defendant AI' lander Glennie. Joha Capper, V illiam Hen - iota aui j.tna Kitctier, ha appenred, accoraing vo uie ruie oi lias nrt ; and that the said ae ead.inU Alexander Glennie. Jotin Capir. Wil liam lleMoi k an - l J - ha Kitclier, reside without tu tate, to wit, in ir - e city r,f London, in the kingdom nf Great Britain - It is there - fore, oo motion of Mr. Monro, of Counsel for the Convlaioant, urdeied, ti,at each of tne aid d - fe daiitt, Alexander Glennie, John Cap - ' Cir. WilliMB Healock and John KiUbcr, caue s aptarance toheenterei and his inswer filed to the - d amrad.d hill of complaint within nit rnwlb from (hi dae. nnd in default tliereof, that the said amended bill of complaint be tak - u prtr Cpo against them to tbe end that tuth d r m iy be HreUion made as shall he jut. And it i furtn. r ortlerHl h( within Iwtniy davs from this day a copy ot ttu r rder be published in a least two oi tiie public netvsnanen ntiiii. i! so uii ! - . dii ne cooimoei U.ernn lor thr t' - rn of eight weeks successively , once in each of ttfe "aid weeks. A ropy, ISA AC L KIP, Jin fi Ixwgw itan! Kexitr. a . NOTICE. rJT Tbe sahtcrilwrs intend to apply to the lexiNtKe f ihf. st .le. at the prvnnl st - stion, iYi an act 1 1 ia - - orHrRte thcmtelvea and their ass - eiatts .y rjt name of Tbe New - York Ce - aev .Un( Society n NVw - tork, 50th Jaooary, 1311. f I w - PaKersoa J ho W. Fvhe, I AhrahinSagg UT2' ttL B - "Wine. - LAND OFFICE IN UTICA. THI subscriber bus oi toed aaothcein Genet . ai - a aUeet, JJlma, (or recording and elhltt - ing lor talc unse'thd lauds and improvra ian la the UuiteJ Statet generally, and 'i - urucutMly Uie western district Utoe ttate ot tNew York, and solicits such person a are desirous of selling tueir lands to lurniah hiia with otapt, descnpUofi and term of sale ' Thit town having been (or a lonf time a great thoroughfare for emigrant from Lurope and tut t astern stutts, icxseulleoUJll;l"Po0, ior an estabhsi meut, aDorduig iuuihk w n and settler cf land. . , .,, . All couuumiicaUoo. (postaga paw; win i prooiptly atteuied to. A on agent generally n" " o tines, oa commiksion, and codec i ion and trans - mission o' mouey, be ocers di w w public. Ulica, January, ioio. P. BOURS. leo zaiaw4wciu.r AC ADEMY AT BELLEVILLE, N. . THI4 institutioa will De opened on ihe nrst I da of Aoril neit. ui.der the direct ion of J AMLs S I RVKER, A. M. at principal there of. Tbe course of instruction will embrace all the branches preparatory to a collegiate education, as well at those which are Decenary lor the mer chaat, the farmer, and the mechanic, via : A gramma'irM knowledge of the Englith, Latin and Greek laicuase. arithmetic, mathematics. antient and modern Geocriuhr. iucladine the use of globe and map, ancient and modern histor), natural and moral philosophy, composition, book keeping, reading, writing, sc. 1 he term of tuition lor day scholar is the lowest branches, will be two dollar per quarter, and wil! not exceed fire dollars per quarter, ia any of the higher. t o those at a distance, wno are ursirous oi sending their children to this healthy and beau tiful village Tor instruction, the principal oners to receive into hit owa family, a (elect number, who will be educated and nourded, (including washing and tuending) at the rate of $160 pet annum. It i rrauested that those who intend to tend their children to the day school attached to the institution, will cive early notice. In onenne this seminary to public notice, tne trustees entertuia a hone, that the beneficial nur Dotes contemplated in itteitaDiiinnient, win noi Ik defeated from the want of public patronage. For the ability of their principal to fulfil the im - Dortant task he hat undertaken, the refer to the subioined recommendation ; and he will employ no ushers or assistants, but sucb as than be moil satisfactorily recommeiided and duly qualified To thr inhabitant of the village and it vicini tv. thev offer a well regulated school, for the in - truclion ol their youth, a thing much wanted and long uesirea iaod to stranger, ine advanta ge of education in a place admirably adapted or the purpose, by it nearness to, and daily communication with New - York, and it ac knowledged tuperiouty io point of health and beauty. r. .. . ,fc . s nev. sibbis van oimvooro, i Abraham Cadious, John Van Rensseler, Jame Hornhlower, Exekiel Wade, Jonathan Tompkins, Bcllevile, December, 1817. ! Trustee. J BECOMMCKDATIOIf Of Mr Stryker, the Principal, hy P. Wilson, L L. u. noietsor oi language in toiumbu College, ' This rentleman i an Allumnus of Columbia (,'ollegej and received a considerable part of his instruction from me. I am therefore well ac quainted with hit talents and have no hesitation a - . ft.! , f r.icti; in aecianng mm luuy capaoie oi luiuiung ine task he ha undertaken, with credit to himself and benefit to the community." pigneaj r. vviliOvj.h. jan tf lawtfdtr. To Uie hunnrahle Uie judge and assistant justicrs ot the court oi common pleas in and for the county of Orange 'THE petition of Geoiee D. WicUham otthe L town ol (ioshen. in the county of Orange, respectfully sheweth That your petitioner is seized in lee simple as tenant in common of one equal undivided moiety or ball pail ol ail mat certain tract, piece or parcel of land, situate, ly - ine and beina intht town of Warwick, in the county of Orange, known nnd distinguished as i.. .. i . ... ... : r . . iu, nuiuucr iwo, in tuc vuiMiivuiuu ui (itai muuii' tain lot numher fourteen, in the patent ol Chtese . ocks, containing two hundred and sixteen acres ii land, or thereabouts. Ana your petitioner tur - tber shewetli, Uiat be is seized a aioretaid atone undivided moiety or half part of all that certaiu other lot, tract, piece or parcel of land, situnte, Ivina aod beina in the said town of War wick, and known and distinguished as lot number hree, in the said subdivision of great nounUin lot numher fourteen, in the said patent of Cheese - cm ks, containing two hundred and thirty acres of land or thereabouts. And your petitioner fur ther sheweth, that some person or persons, to your petitioner unknown, is or are seized aforesaid, oi the remaining enual undivided moiety or lialf part of each el the ubove - menlinaed and de - sciiied lots, pieces or parcels ol And your petitioner further sheweth, that he it desirous to have partition raa - 'e f the aloresaul lands tenement and here ditamt nts, bet ween your petitioner :uid the taid person or persous unknown as a - forn.iid, according to the several and respective rights of theteveral parties aforesaid, ol, in, and to tbe same. Wherefore your petitioner pray, that all and lingular, the (aid land, tenement and hereditaments, together with the rights, members, privilege ana appurtenance thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining, may be divided by commistioners, to be appointed hy this honorable court, in pursuance of the pro vision of the act entitled an ai t for the partition of land And your petitioner shall ever prny, Sic. Dated thit sixth day of February, one thou sand eizht huudred and eighteen UtUWit. U. VVIUnHA. John ami A'ex'r Duer, Alt'ie. Be pleased to take notice that a petition, of which the above i a copy, will he pretext ed to the judge - and assistant justice of the court of common plea in and lor the county ot urange, at tne court nute in ootnen, on the last vlonday of May next, at ten o'clock, in the lorenoon of taut nay, or a soon tnere after a counsel can be heard. Aod an ap J titration will thereupon be made to the aid court or the appointment of commissioners, to make partition of tbe lands, tenements and hereditament above described, with Ihe appurtenances, according to the prayer of (be said petition, and in curnnance of the act entided an act for 'he partition of land. Dated 6tb February, 18IU - We are. Sc. J NO. ti ALEX. DUER, Att'iet for Uie above named petitioner To the ersoo or perxn unknown, interested in the above described lands, or whomsoeverelse i may concern. feb 14law tl.M in My At a court of Chancery held for the State of New - York, at the city of Albany, on the Uiirtieth day of December, in the year ol oar Lord one thousand tight hundred and seventeen Present - The Honorable Jame Kent, Esquire, Chancellor. Nathaniel Pendleton. "i IT appearing by pffida r. f I vit to tbe latiifaction Henry C. Hawley I of tbt court, that process J of Khpcnalo appear am. aaiwer in the above caot hath been regularly isord icaintt Uie above named dtlendaot, lien ry C. nawrey, nut mat ine saiu oetenaani ooum not, upon diligent search and enquiry made, in termediate Ihe teste ami return oi the saio sun ixena. he found to be served therewith And it urUier appearing by the taid affidavit, that the said det ndant ha absconded from hi residence. and ftfCMWft knlA tha ml 1m nl Pnnttvlv.inin. OT the state of Ohin. Kra , au al il, nue such erqiiiry was made On motion of Na thaniel P end e ton, Etiiuire, Uie crmp'ainant in perwn, is ordered that lbs said defendant, lien - rv C. Hawley, do cause bis appearance to be entered, and his answer to be filed to the com piaiuants bill ol r .mplaint in this cause, within four month from the dn nflhia nnbr ..r in tie. fault thereof, that tbe conilainanU bill of coin - plaint be taken prnconiesao agiinst him. Ar.d it i further ordered that a copy of tint order be pnf.Htlred, within twenty dayslrnm the date of un vr - R - r, innneor mora i ine public aetvtpa pw printed in thi state, for eight weeks sue cetsively. once at least iu every wek. A Copy ISAAC L KIP, Jaa 19 law 8tr AiiuUnt Resister. PATEXT ELASTIC RAZOR STROPS. ,S KOKGE SANDERS, lately friKii Loudon, VJT ooca snore addrassa tbe public, . thauki ibem ibr patt favors, and once more ventures to recommend his strops at one of Um most comfort - giving contrivances that ever blest tbe tbiu of maov lie will instruct any seii - snavuig genue man In the use of it, and when ooca 4tetsel of tha secret and a box of composition, be may tay with tha poet of nature, " To shava to deep perchance to dream while in Lqe operation aod who would bear thr tweaks and acta or barber base j who would grunt and sweat under a loa thorn beard, or a dull razor nse, when be might hi quietus make with a simple Aauuder'i strop ?" Come then to his manufactory at the comer of Reed - street aod Broadway, and there you wil) flod tha subscriber always ready to re ceive the commands of bit customers. dec 5 tf Tm ihe Lttiaetuo Aiw - J'or. ZERAH HAWLfcY 1'hviiciao and Dentist, would inform the inhabitant of New - York, that he hat taken an office at .No. 321 Pearl - street, where he wilT txliacl, elean, JiU,fil and ttt I trlh in tbe most appioted manner. lie will also prevent any irregularity of the secondary teeth, if application is made to him in seaton. lit flatten himself, irom the experience he hat had in his profession, that be shall be able to give general satisfaction. For character the public a referred to Mr. Geo. P. fchipman, merchant, No C3 South - street, and Uoctor A. Ives, JNo. 2UJ rean - iireet. Whom it mav toncrm. fj - Thi certifies, that Dr. Zerah Hawley it a regular bred physician, and in good standing with hit brethren in this place ; that he ha paid particular attention to the art of Dentin ry, hat studied the best European works on the subject, and has given very good iMiifactioo in this brauch to his customers, wno are persons oi ine orsi re nectability in this citv. V'e therefore, with en tire confidence, recommend Dr. Hawley to the citizens ol ive w - xori:, ataaentist. Eneat Munsoo I Eli Ives Nathan Smith Jonathan Knight. Proleisort of the Medical Institution of Yale dl College. New - Haven, Jan S3, 1818; feh 3 3w NEW iVIUSIO. IUST published by WM. DUBOIS, at hit il pianoforte and music store, No. 126 Broadway, Graham's celebrated Polacca, arranged as a Hondo, by steiuell Favorite Venetian Air, arranged at a rondo, by Latour Paddy O'CnrroU, with variations for the piano r. n. oioran. SONGS. O softly sleep my liahy Boy The Last Toktn. or remember me. Alto, all Mr. I'hilippi' Songt to be had as a liove. feb 17 'JU LET. Tbe large new four story brick house, ituilfd on (be corner of Broadway and Dev - Mreet, 50 feet on Broadway, well calculated and nuiu expressly ior a noaraing nouse, nnisnea in the modern style, containing a large dining room 50 ft. by 27 ; i large drawing rooms, 30 double and single bed rooms, numerous pantries, two kitchens, 3 vaults, ice bouse and stone cistern, with every convenience necessary for a public house. Its ceotral and pleasant situation renders this linute worth v Ihe attention of those who are desirous of establishing a respectabltt boarding house. For terms, apply to D. L. HAIGHT, 4 Dey street. feb 17 tf 'Di SALL, The fire - proof store, No. 5, in Gouver - aeur's - lane, the third from Soutii - ttreet. The lot on which it ttauds is under an advantageous leate, 1 1 years of which are unexpired. It it three stories, with fire - places ; being in front on Gouverneur's lane 40 feet and in depth 25. An improved machine for pressing of goods for ex - portaUoa has been erected on the premises, and heretofore profitably employed in pressing cotton, furs, kins, hay, tic. From the fitness of the building, and the convenience which it aflorde for working (he macbiue, and its nearness to the river, it may be an object to purchase them to gether. eALSO, The lease (two year of which are unexpired) of Ihe three story house No. 93 Front - street, third from Gouverneur's laue. Betides a large store and cellar in front, it ailbrdi every convenience for a large lamily. Alto, tXIH or TO L,t T, The house No. 26 Wall - tlrttt, opposite the Vlerchantt' and next to the Phoenix Banks - It has been recently built of the bett materials, and besides three rooms which have occasionally been occupied as insurance, broker's and attor ney's oCk et, affords every accommodaUon ibr a ornate lumily. If not disposed of before the 10th r em - nary, the above will be offered for sal at auction, of which notice will be given by Bleecker tV Bibby For particulars apply to It. TtIURIAiV, Jan 3 1 tf No. 26 Wall - st. JO LET, From the first of May next, a front count ing room on the second floor, together with Uie upper lolls, inquire iNo. 107 rea! street. jan tt ii Jl . - TDK. At. K. ojj Morale may be had on the first floor of the store No. ''! bouth - strect, which Will save the expense of hoisting. dec 88 I j OOMS k BOARD A lady wishes to oD 1 1 tain unfurnished (looms and board, in a pleasant situation, in a genteel private family, or in one where there are hut few boarders. A note addressed to B. E. al Ibil office will meet atten tion. feb!8 1w BOARD. A LADY wishes to obtain board in a respectable private family. A line addressed to P. S. and h ft r - t tlu ffi:e, mentioning terms and situation, willl meet with attention, feb IG4t TO PRINTERS. TWO Pressmen, two Compositor and three Boys, from 13 to 14 years of age, are wanted by I). FANsHAW, No. 10 Cliff and 241 Pearl - itreeU. feb 18 3t BUSBY'S PATENT HAVIOABI.k RAPT B0AT9, AND FLOATING TIDE MILL. TMI E Navigable Raft - Boat is shaped like tbe I common bone - boat ; is formed of a casing of squared pine timber, pitched and filled in solid wiUi round logs, unrtripprd of bark ; the whole fixed together with live - oak pins, andiron Lolt at the angle. It is propelled by a water wheel, with upright buckets, operating xruhm a gutter orraeittay, as in mills. The cost is one iounh of that ol ordinary horse - boats, including all lh - machinery, ( here is a great surface ol deck which may be covered with frame work, to receive passenger and freight ; and only half th number of hortei used on board boats of equal dimensions, arc necessary to carry this rapidly through the water. Tbe Navigable Raft - Boat is instantaneously transformed into a powerl'ull tide mill, by ailing anchor, and affixing a moveable hnpper - mouUi or flare, to each end of the raceway, aod may be profitibly employed in that capacity, when not in use as a conveyance. Person desirous of adopting this invention, which is peculiarly fitted to all the American water, are invited to view a model, at Ihe office of C - A. BUSBY, Architect and Engineer, 2 Law Buildings, Nassau - street, New - York. P. 8 A NavigaMe Raft - Boat may be built complete in a month, including all tbe machinery ( The editor of lh Bortoo Palladium. Albany Argus, Philadelphia Freeman' Journal And Democratic Press, Baltimore Gaxette, Charles - Ion Courier, and Richm - ad Enquirer, are re quested In insert the above twice a week for one month, and focnard their accoanU to tbe adverti - let. T feb I3lf I710R SALE. A case of very superior Pi" . toU, hair trigi,', made ,bv Beckwitli, London. A Riffle Gun with Swor'd bayonet. , Also, two di'zen maliegany Chair frtnie, newist London patterns, to be een at - LAW & IJTJ I LER, . feb 14 ' 127 Hroailway II lll VAR.N. 'I be CUM.Vlla&lO.S 7 uu.virAi I, 140 rean - iireei, nave nun iui uie. most Hot. of Cotton Yarn, from No. 4 t 30. jan 8 ROB ROY. T7IRK tt MERCEIN huvejust received and IV put to press, KoD Koy, a novel, ny tne author of Waverly, Guy Manneriiig, t ales of my Landlord, cc. c. ieni WHEA ION'S ITCH OINTMENT. riMIE long and successful use of this ointment 1 in tuthuent recommendation, at it bas heen found to lie a pleasant, safe and certain re medy lor tnat citagreeame aistase in ai n sia ges. It is lor sale in the city or Aew - iork, bv J. A. U W. R. Pott, No. 41 William - street; I. Si T. Clark. No. 85 Maiden - Lane ; It. n SchiiffilinAi Co. No. 193 Pearl - street; Law rence iv Keese. No. 195 Pearl - streel ; Hall I iiowne, 146 Pearl street ; R. ti L. Murray, 313 I'earl - street ; J nl. Hradhurst. 314 rean - streei ; John Penford. No 4 Fit t her - street ; Duryee Poe, in Pearl - street; J bn C. Mornion, 1811 Greenwich street ; John P., 100 Broad way : Walter AC Seaman, corner ol Cbaaiber - tt and Broadway, and also inChalham - s(reet ; and in short it may be procured at most of ihe Drug . .l. . i :.. oi .1. j.. 1. 1. : n e fti Diores in mis tiijr mau in , miauripiim, i Withercll & Sons : George liunell , North St Ro gers, and almost a I the druggists, in the principal towns in the United Mates. LIKEWISE, WHEATON'S JAUNDICE BITTER may he had at the above places. jan 2? 6m TANNERY FOR SALE. rK" be told at public auction on Wednesday, X the IHth day of February next, in the art j of Ihe Exchange Coffee House, in the town of Boston, at 1.' o'clock nt noon, All the real estate belonsirtr to the Harapthiu Leather Manufactory, situate in the town ol urth;inipion. in the ttate ol jassocnuscs. Tlieettate will he told in four lots, viz : Lot No. 1, containing about til rtcai - t of land near the centre of the (own of Northampton, on whii h it encted nil t bote extintiveand valua h!e buildiugs, lately occupied 'V the corporation for tanning ol leather, wiUi a - out 300 vats, seine of which are veiy large cud part of them under cover, in which leatht r may be handled during the winter ; it js presumed there it not in the state so rxteusive aud valuable an establishment for carrying on the tanning bunesr at thu. - A particular description of Uie buildings and pri viledges would take up too much room lor an advertisement. Lot No, 2 contains about 3 acres, situate on the north side ol the county rqad, directly ppo - sife to lot No. 1, on which are two dwelling hou ses, with convenient out buildings, is on high ground, and considered a very delightful situation. Lot No 3, containing about four acre nf land, situate on the easterly side of Mill River, about (wo miles from the meeting house in Northamp ton, with a valuable mill privilege aod building" (hereon. Lot No. 4 contain about one acre ofland, on which it erected a hark mill and bark hedt, i luate near Edward' tav - rr, about 6 milt irom .Northampton, on the All - any road. Any irson bavins an inclination to purchase all or any part nl the foregoing property, are in - tiled to examine it. The corporation pledge (htmtelves to tell to the highest bidder, being determined to close their concern Any intimation respecting the estates mar he obtained on application to JOSIAII DV IGHT, Inquire, at iorinaiopion, or EBENF.2ER FRANCIS, Ian 14 India street, Boston M.HIULK tOH BLILDISU, ae. TH E proprietors of tle southern marlI qua ries, near King's - Bridge, give notice, that they have on hand, and are receiving, al tin King1! - Undge Jtturble and l,xmc - lard, loot ol Beach - street, on the Hudson river, an extensive stock of marble lor building, of the fcllowinj descriptions, vij : Ashlar Coping Watertable Foundation Stone Step Chimtif y - Piece Platform Facing! Sills, Lintels Columns Arches Also Lime ofthe best quality. 2y A constant rupply of the above materials mav be calculated upon; and those desirous I purchasing, or making engagements, will apply to EZK.A LUDLOW, Feh 11 Al the Yard. .LV BOlRs RECENTLY published and lor sale by KIRK Si MERCEIN, 22 Wall - stretl, a narrative ol the President's Tour, n ade during the summer of 1!I17, through Ihe n rth - eastein and south western drpartiuents ol the union, Sic A c. ;Lord Auiliertt't Embassy to China , the Memoirs ol Claudius Buchanan ; Mandev ill., a novel, bv Win. Godwin : Lettert from the Cape of Good Hope, being a reply to Dr. Warden t Letters; Knight ol St John, by Mist Porler ; Binglcy'e INelul Knowledge : Coxe on Fruit Treet. with 200 engravings ; Purity o Heart, or woman at she should be, a novel, by an old wile ol twenty years. leu b APARTMENTS WANTED. A SINGLE gentleman wishes to rent, in or near Bro - tdway, any where between Cham - ber - st. and the Uattery.m a genteel private rami ly, a Bed Room and Parlour, without board ; furnished rooms would be preferred. Tbe quiet and neatneii of Uiehoose, as well as the retpec lability of the occupants, are particularly required. A line directed to J. C. left at Uiis office. mentioning terms and situation, will be duly at tended to. Jan SO 1m NEEDLES BY RETAIL. ' 'HE subscriber, in addition to his former ex X tensiv variety, has jut t opened an assort ni' nt of .Needles, of a iuenor quality, which be bas just received from an eminent Needle Manufacturer in England, on terms whic h enables him to warrant thtm to his customers, consisting ol Lupernne gold eyed needlet Imperial queens' sharps, Imperial silver eyed between! ! assorted from I Imperial silver eyed blunts f So. 1 to li. Imperial darners and I Mackinsie's saddler's blunts J No pains will be spared by the subscriber to keep at all times at complete an assortment ol the above articles as any mine city, aud hi - cus tomers may be assured that none but liett nee dies will be kept by him. Alto, an assortment of rich clasps lor ridicules. ftN. SMITH PRENTISS. Succcessor to Mr. N. Smith, At his wholesale and retail perfume manufac tory, sign or tbe bolden note, No. 149 Broad way. ieb tt l li. - . - M l"t K: tv, .V . . r . ... f Y corner of Fullon - s'reet, New - York, having received a large supply of the real JAPAN BLACKING, of Day it Martin, 97 High Hoi born, London, offers Uie tame, io wholesale or retail, Ibr exportation, or home cen - umptioo, on terms the most Lberal and advantageous to purchaser. This inestimable composition, with half the u - susl labor, produresa most brilliant jut black, fully equal to the highest japan varnish ; affords peculiar nourishment to the leather ; it wdl not soil the finest linen ; is perfectly free from anr unpleasant smell ; and will retain it virtue it any climate. A an incontrovertible proof of the superior excellence of this blacking, it has stood tbe test and commanded the most rxtrnive ta'e in ail quarten ofthe globe, forupwarJi of half century. FeblS POST CHAISE LINE. v o k P li l l. A Ii K I. HI I A . The POST CHAISE, wiUi every convenience for Pasengerniid 'heir hi - gKOgeffhrougti in one day) will ti,e PkI Chaise Olhf e, 1 1 Broud - way, opposite the City Hotel every day .sun - days excepted) at 7 o'clock in Uie morning. . by way of Newark, and arrive the lame day at Philadelphia. '.., The MAIL PILOT, in oppoiifinn to the Mail Coach, with superior accommodation for I as senger and their baggage, will Irave the nie place every day (Sunday excepiea; a nan i o'rlnck P.M. will proceed before theMail.and not tuhject to Ihe inconvenience of slopping at Uie numerous Pott Office on the road, but every accommodation provided for the traveller, and arrive wme noun wore uie iaw &i ruuvuui nl. In Pur ? AnUnra. fjQr All goods and baggage at the ritcjue of tne owner. JOHN n.CUIVlMinu, wewark. . JOHN f.ULICK r SONi?. Pn'nceton. STOCKTON Si HOWELLftPhiladefphin. A". B. t'.xprt$ftt trnt lo any part of the I nirrf . ' . ...... . - W . I MO ft. POST COACH LINE yon. PHII - ADELPtllA - BT WAT OF POWLES - H00K IStr - ORTAMT TO PAbtKNCKR. Kn rnr - n - linn with Ihe mist chaite line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPO SITION Ktvivtw. ANEW Line of Post Coaches with every coo - trniriw - Inr nntvpnifern and baeifaire. on Springs THROUGH IN QNE DAY. The Post Coach will start from Uie Coach office, old No. 1 Courtlaml - street, N. York, every morning, Sundays exiepted, at l - S pott 6 o'clock, by way or iNewaik, rsew - tiruuswics, rnnce - ton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the same evening. ' .... . . h xe ti - irsn ar n J he attain iSoal Lint Lnnisini, win tlart Irom New - York every morning (Sundays excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the Steiuu Boat Atalaota, from Ihe north side of the Battery, lodge at Kii.gitou, and arrive in rmiadeipnia nut day to rime Rtaii Mail Conch, with a euard. with rvery convenience for passenger and baggage, on tpringi. The U. S. mail coach will sturt Irom the coach office, old No. 1 Courtiandt - itreet, New York, every day at 2 o'c lock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia ntxt mr rnitg at 6 o'clock Only b paiM - ngers anniiitea. l or seats in th above named Lines, apply to II I OS. WHITFIELD, at the old ettai lithed Coach, Stage and Steam Boat office, at tbe old No. I Ccurtundt - tlieel, the second omre irom Broadway, New - York; to ISAAC BROWN, No. I W asliineton - stre t : or to A. T. GOOD - RICH ft CO. No - 124 Broadway, corner of Ce dar street, New - York. fcrA'l good and baggage at the risK oi the owner. JOSEPH HON, SO.IS tt CO. N. B Expresses sent to any pari of the Con tinent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Jan 23 U. S. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, Willi A UUAIUJ. 07 - Tle uohhc are aicured Uiat thii line it equal to any in Uie u . 3. lor tl - e cnnveiiieuce and . mion ot me traveller, with the addition ol tbe guard, Ibe passenger may rest secure as to bit baggage and ptrkon.l lalety the coach ne ver being h - it wbiisi changing at the post omces, Without a person on U.e box. The way n - ail Is put in searate bags and changed in Uie Euro pean style. Ihe U S. Mail coarh will start from the conch ciflice, old No. 1 Courtland -, New - j York every day at 2 o'clock Y. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock; only 6 passenger admitted in thi coach. l - oi seat applk to 1 1IU9. tll l r It.LO. at (he old Coat h and stage Office, old No 1, tecond office from Lroadway in Courllnndt - ttreet, or to A. 1 . UOUDiiit. II Ai Co. iNo. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, New - York. ftN. B. All goods and biggage at the ntk of Ihe owners. J. LYON & SONS, Powlet Honk. WILLIAM GL'LK K Si CO. Kingston. CHESTER BAILEY, Philadelphia. Expressci seat lo any part ol the Continent by jan 20 THUS. Will I'FIELD. " 1 ANTED. A while girl about 16 vcars v f of age, to attend on a lady ai d one child. One who can bring - recommendation satisfactory as to her disposition, neatness, Sic. may hear of a good and permanent p. ai e, by applying immediately at No. 64 Greenwich - t. jan 2o 11 OR SALE, lor a term of yeare, ttWiealthy, active and very capable negro wench - will be disposed of cheap, as it is her owu de sireEnquire at No. S3 North Moore - street. Feb 1 tf MUSIC. A LL the Songs, Duetts, a sun: by Mr. Phi t lipps at the New - York Theatre, for sale at vim. DUBOIs' Piano Forte and Music Store, .n. I2G tisoadway. Behold in his soft expressive face Tho' love is warm awhile 'Ti but fancy's sketch It Uiere a heart that uever lov'd In vain mav Uiat boiorn lost quite deplore My early day wbat jojt wat thine't young dream . Thit blooming rose at early dawn Robin Adair Beautiful Maid Let - amc lound the trumpet Had I a hnrt Evi teen's Bower Dear maid 1 love thee Ah suie a pain was never teen Said a smile to a tear Sigh not for love My heart with love it heating The celebrated serenade of Lillacome down Bird Duett I to me" ,l , . L. r i - ira wream. With a large atsortoicnt of new music. dec4 ALPINE OW The uhscrihers off - r tbe g ntlemen of this city their Alpine Soap, which only needs atrial to prove its excellent qualities, in rendering ibe operation of shaving eaty , it is rosr - d wi'h many good and useful qualities ; it (often Uie beard, chop ping, and gives that com lort and satis - lai tion in shaving a not to fail to recomirend it io general uc and ( j nient Uie approliatioo nl generoa pulilic. Tbe subscribers do not wish to enter into a long detail of thi valuable soap, but thrv submit it to iu lees of eenuine soars. Just received, an sortm.nt of the celebrated patent Ptnctratiug flair Brushes, fancy articles. ti. SMITH DAYIES I CO. lOfi Broadway, mrrly opp - ite Citvliotel Who always keep a guieral and as eordaa is sortment of articles iu Uicir Hut a any store iu thi city. N B. Please to observe thai all the article mtd by i Smith Danes A Co. wi.: have their HO oace co w copperjikte cr type. icb A (iscraiag pabric know how lo kt . tweentliiiifctthatrlifTer. DOCTOR HORSE, formerly ofthe cily of Loojlon, now member of tbe faculty of phytta and surgery there, deemi it hit doty to repeat tome onsetvatiou ca the abuse of MERCURY. m rasb, indiscriminate, and unqualified use Uien or, ha been productive of infinite niscfaie. Tl.n - . tand are annually mercurialised out of exiit. ence. i ne aiseate we have in view owa it fa - (al lesults chiefly to tbi source. " What a pity (hue a young mas, the hope of bis cooatry, an! the dar ling oi hi parents, l - jld be so itched a - wny Ircui all Uie prosjiect and enjoymeattof lift by Uie cousequeiK e ol one ung;i. - lrded moment in! by a riisiase not in if own nature fatal, ansl which oniy firevei to from neglect or in.proDt ireatment." A gnillemar, (late Dr.. H' pl lierd) now perfectly beiriy and well, nad Leea under physician ol genual practiit, ix year, ami rrpi aledly aliv( d ; when reconuicndcd U Dr. H. (by a guitieumn of thi city) Lis bco were carious, aad hi fltsh dropping from them his fritndt declared ht could not possibly surviv) two montlu longer. Thousands ex periucutallt know with what ease and tuiely Dr. K. cradi. catet the severest rase, and confirm the comtiC tution. Tbe Doctor's plan, (advertising) i cs - ceuary to guard (he public against the ubuse ol merctiry, and oUier fatal delusions, held forth Pencut, thetelore, having contracted a pri. vale disorder, or suspecting latent poiaon, ate admonished not to tamper with their constitution, or conceal the disorder, till past recov! ry ; othershaving the leiuain of an old case or oUier inipuriUe ofthe blood, a well ia oti,! er complaints of a delicate nature, ia either sex. should remember posterity, and do iuslica lo (heir consciences, by making anpucatioa to Dr. H. at his old and respectable establishment, No. 64 Water - street, four houit weil of Old - slip, to obtain Uiat prompt assistance a - lone calculated to prevei.t disclosure. And her let me claim your serious attention Remeinbef a superficial cure is oo cure at all; unless the business is radically done, you will certainly .a the disorder break out again with redoul - ied ma lignity . at some future period ; ptrhap Uien will I e loo late for remedy. Don't you otten meet iu Ihe streeni niiseiablc, mutilated heinge, without even a bit ol note oa their lace Take wami.; - I beseech you. Dr. H'i. chararter for skill and stubborn iij. gri!y being universally known in thii city, amc IU04, guarantee to patients that delicacy aad i. crery hitherto unknown, and having confined hit practice forfears pant, exclusively to Uie cure ol diseases of tie blood system. Uiey may safely cal. culute on the most decided advautaei iu coa - suiting Dr. II. Gleets eradicated in tw or three weeks. Strictures removed withou' bougin rtt any otii - er iustruineot ; and all debilities: likewise all old ulceration!, fistula's & - . A plurality of officet are provided, and lo sifo. ated Uiat patients are not exposed to each other's observation. Open till half past 9 in the evening All iiertohs concerned are invited to be free u i ailing, and peaking with Dr. H. whici h tret oleost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid tie txprcisiou of gratitude for innumerable recom - menda(loni, aud for tbe decided preference fit it presumed with just cause) lone iriven him h judicious public. a. b. aii icuen must De post paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 U - XILUUElt fHJ. - JiVR lMtijTl. n R. EVAAS' uneriui 'method ofcurinracet. tain Disease, imow universally acknowledged iii thi city ; hi mode ot treatment i perfectly mild, tafe, ei - peuuioos. and tut cnarget reiuonanie. in every instance be warrant a cor, and wity return the pay ifn 1 he strictest errecy always observed. TLcre are many persons iu thit city and its vicinity, laboring under various chronic disease, such a cancer, old inveterate "leers, acrofala or king evil, fistulas, disease of the anotbra, bladder and kidnies, old complicated complaint of a certain nature, bilious and othar oDctntc - tions, rheumatism, Ac. which they consider iaca - rable, they can certainly he cured (in eerie raj) by applying at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store. No. 9, Peck - slip, having practised in exttisiv hospitals in Europe 12 year, under oice ofthe first Surgeons and Physicians in the world, aid ' made Uiote obstinate ditcasei hi constant study for 30 year. Oct It . (Kr WHEATO.N DA - vlo, fancy Chair Manufac - ? turers, No. 153 Fulton - atreet, opposite St. Paul Church, 4 offer for tale, wholesal aad J retail, a large and elegant at - ) ortment uf Curld Maple, plain painted and ornament ed in gold k hrooie, Bamboo, ' Plain and Gilt Ball, Rock - ;. ing, Sewing, and Cou versa - tion Chain, Sofas, Settees, , Loungt - es, Music Stools, tc. '. order irom any part ot tbe continent executed with ueatnes and dupatch. Old Chair repaired, painted and ornametted. ,' oct 13 V The ub.criber baviuj recently returotj 1 from England with an important improvrmentot 1 Uie artificial spring LEG, b take this melhtd ! of informing bis friends and the public, that all s. those who are so unfortunate at lo be in want of J a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by ap - ' ' plying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New York. Jan z2 . WM. PURVIS. ' ! ftMtatWUIMaMftMWMftMrf, ' I LfPA ITCH OINTMENT, 1 WARRANTED an infallible remedy atone ....i:.i'.n.. k. .l vilk nerfect ( safety oo infant a week old, not containing particle ol mercury, or any dangerou ingreuw whatever, and not accompanied with that off - J sive smell which attend the application of ouVr The above medicine are prepared and tola i rrm vi.,i.;n sir. ar Maiden - Lane, 'nd old by S. CARLE, cornel of Fulton aid Druggist and country ilore - keeper anvxmiiril ' on liberal terms. Jani9 D LYNCH, Junr. having made arrangtnwa'' .:ik. ...1.1,1. i.n... i lHira.ttc supplied wiUi a proportion of the wineaof lb f runes oi si. Antonio aoavamaoe LAUU. ' versally acknowledged to produce tbe bettw - - deira in the Island) ha opened a wine o, No. 40 William - treet, whire be will !, der for (hi wine, Irom gentlemen wishing J up a st ick for Uiesr own e ; and (by Uie. I"" menl with the boute in Madeira) il (be w arrival, be not approved by D. L. Jr. it u not be seat to the partic ordering it. ' 1 D. L. Jr. ha taken great pain to prof rj . fnun vari - ii places in the United State and wy v ei innies, ine nesi maucira, iu - - - - - - , purchased, in the wood, aod old bottled "' " very upcrior quality, from private tocks, wdu be now offers lor sale. He will constantly oo hand an assortment of the choicest wines a liquor, selected with care by h'1,e,VJ?n,m sell none whi. - h lie cannot WARRANT I'Ut VV'..t 1.... IK h - .l M!ft1,ra. mftl W. - ' as IMI'OR'I ED. Jan 19 l NEW - YORK: PRINTED AND tUUUSUED Michael puIinhaju t cu, No. 4? Pist - TPsrT.. J3I, uil a mm rr kmx. " l

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