The Evening Post from New York, New York on February 25, 1818 · Page 1
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NUMBER 4900 rah HALE AT TIIK SHIP - YAW Q' T . . . THE, " A SLOOP, now building of the beat rK "materials, about 100 toot; timber of live Voak. locutt and cedar ; bottom plank jer4whiU oak; built on purpose (qr tha Alba - 11 trS4 . rD .r cn ,.,l..,l.i li , - (any trade where dispatch, burthen, tad T ..... j.o - i.. .. , A periagua SCHOONER, of 40 tons, . .Ml draw but little water, with a lee - 'board through the centra of her keelf Also, a SHIP of 360 tow, calculated . ifv for a Liverpool or London trailer, (that 5J3ilcaa bo finished to uit the purchaser.) tX opart, timr Plank Abo limbM taweJ to billtfor house building. nov6 tt CHARLES BROWNNE. . .v.. 'm.ri or Charter. vlf$V A new pilot boat built SCHOONER, VMabout 150 toos burthen, built in the best manner, copper - fastened, in complete order to receive a cargo in every respect a good vessel. Annlr oa board at Burling - tlip, or to ?l H. L. & G. GRISWOLD, Jan 19 86South - st. for Sale, Freight or Charier, A new pilot boat built schooner, 130 Ltous burthen, built in the best mauner, ol guod material", copper fastened ; a very fast sailing vessel, and may be soot to sea with small xnense Apply on Doara ai ouriingsnp, orvo - N.L.&iG. GRISWOLD,. ' Jan 19 86South - st. tUKSALK, The new and fast sailing bri FAME. Lbuit: of the best seasoned timber, and faiihlully put together. Her rigging and tails are of excellent quality. This vessel is well calculated lor a southern packet, having handsome accommodations. For terms, and a view of her inventory, apply to GIUSWOLDS A: COATE3, Jan S3 68 South - st. Fur Wilmington, N. C. The schr UNION', Ephraim Dennett, Lmader. will be ready to take in lo - iuor - rw. For freight or passage, apply on board, west side Fly - market wharf, or to .. JONES Si MEGRATH, Feb 10 03 Sonth - ttreet. fur aute, FreiglU or Charter, Tbe hrig SIDNEY, Crispin, 156 tons, i staunch good vessel, lately put iu good order lor a voyage For terms apply to J.MESD'WOLF.jiinr. Feb 13 57Front - st. . . For HAVANA, i Tbe brig ABEONA, George Gray, .master, a staoncb good vessel, burthen about 1000 bbls; to tail on or before tha 15th tost For freight or passage, apply to J AM E3 D' WOLF, junr. Feb 13 57Front - st. CALCUTTA GOODS. ONE hundred bales consisting of ' B alias, Luckipore, Chrtlabuliy, Callipntty and Putka. - Costal, Chaudpore, Comocolly, Johanna and Lnckipore. Sunuaht Jellalpore and Mow. . Checks Gillahi, RoinaW, Ase.i - ler sale by CHS. L. OGDEN and A B KM OGDEN, fun 9 Washington - etreet. d TRAIT BRANDS'. - &J Pipes Celte Brandy, entitled to debenture, for tale by - CHAS.L. OGDEN, and ABRM. OGDEN, Jan 17 Washington - rtreet. TVTlCAilAliUA WOOD it LIGNUM VITA., ii 18 todt Nicaragua Wood of very good quality 10 do Llguumvitse For tale by TUCKER & LAURIES, Jan 19 99 South - street. WHITE LEAD GROUND IN OIL. 400 kegs of 281b. each, White Lead, ground in oil, just received per ship William, for sale by TUCKER & LAURIE3, feb 10 29 South - street. IRON HOLLOW WARE, assorted .iz. Pols, Kettles, Griddles, Bake pant ' Spades, Skillets, Basins Fire - dogs, Sic. For sale by the tea or piece. CEBRA & CUMING, Feb 19 76 Pearl - et. . RUM. - tf) hhds. Molasses Hum, fint proof, for tale by JACKSON k WOOLLEV, jan 12 75 Wall - et. MOLASbES U CO FEE - SM) lihdt. Have na Molasses new crop 94 hhdt. do Coffee Landing at Old - slip from Brig Caroline, and I or sate by J AM ES XV WOLF, J r. feb 2 57 FrooMrreet. ONE hundred bhls. Bristol iipanflb Brown 20 do White Lead. With a general anortracnt of Paint, dry and ground, lor tsie oy , RtPLET & WELD, 192 Front and corner of Fnltoo - itreet.V JanKl XTF.MP, LEAD, PAINTS, &c Russia M.JL nemp, m loU to uit purchaHn 80 rolls sheet lead, 3 1 - t to 6 ' 0 casks bar lead, .7 tons pig Jcad 50 bales India twine English tail and seine twine . 3 casks Prussian bine, 5 casts vermillion a hhdi verdigris 60 casks French yellow ochre Dry white and red lead - JO boxes tin For sale by PETER SCHERMERIIORN & SONS, 2A'l Also, 200 anchors, of Hunt's make, front 40 Cablet and cordage, of all tires, beet quality, with the usual assortment of ship chandlerv. Feb It tf . 1 AMES D'WOLF,jr.67 Frout - etreet, oilers r kit raie 50 tons dean St. Petersburg hemp Russia duck iouuu ids. green coffee in hhdt. entitled to drawback Roll brimitone,. German tteel do Writing and wrapping paper . do 15 cases half - pint tumblers do Castile soap and mould candles do 1 case Leghorn baa Uo S cases cbolett do 1 case plataiat Feb 10 (SNAUURGSfc FAPKR - l bale Otna - .Vf bu. and I do Italian Paper, for sale at o rearl - sireet. - f&U CERHA It P.ITMtvn QO I'TON. S4baletl prime new crop up land Cotton, from Augusta, for tale. majoe seen at 148 Pearl - tlreet, up SMKhL,,Va,i Flemish sheetings, for S IU I f fij. i JAMES C. KIICO fc CO. av. ui r iim "street kUlu lli:iJ .. ' . MJ d . - muj - j cum AUier - ' m r.fitet OR SALE, the cargo of the ship Cririe, cop - lain niimpiircTs. inna yucuiia, ana nur . .1. f...i nf I ' U. . . r landing at the foot of Liberty - jtrecJ, cobtittins af ast India Sugar " - 9 I - Cottoa Ginger t Block Ti Gthw Sbellack Gum Copul Goat Slunsofa large sixe . Seine Twine and Gunny Bagt '' ' Alto fox tale, India Muslins of almost every description. Alto, a small quantity of Rattans, and Odor of Roses. For sale I y jan 7 - ROBERT LENOX. "COTTON New crop, prime, suitable 'lor vy manuiaciuring, win be told iu parcels to ac commodate nurchasert. ' , Aito, a few bales of old crop. Lnqaire 140 rean - sireri, up tiair. jnn MOLASSEb hlitlt. Molasses, of iUrior quality, lying at Dover - street wharf for sale bv 11. & C. W.UAVti - UtlT ic CO. Jan' ."STRAITS BRANDY. TWENTY five pipes Cette Brandy, for tele by C H A3. L. OGDEN, and ABR. OGDEN, . Jan 9 Washington - tlreet. 7riNE,01L, PAPER, &c 130 qr. casks V w and zoo ball no dry Malaga Wiue 5 qr tatkt and 20 half do tweet do very old 158 do Colinenar do 300 half chests Sweet Oil, 30 bctliet each 100 boxes do do 12 bottles each 60 balet Italian foolscap and letter Paper 50 do Gnzrtte do large size 9 cases Fe.t Hats 15 cases Liquorice Pasta I box Ostrich Feathers, 1 do Chip Hats 3 do Manna in flakes Marble Slabs, veined and statuary, assort' ed sizes, tor pier tables, &c. A few boxes very superior Anchovies and Olives - 500 Marble Mortars, from 10 to 24 inch 10 bbls Furs, consisting of Wild Cat, Raccoon, Fox, Muskrat, and Otter Skint " Gunny Ba?, Ate For tnle hy CH AS. L. OGDEN, and ABR. OGDEN, Jan H . Washington - street GLASSWARE 15 bhds. Eng. Glassware, consisting of Wines and Tumblers, for tale by CHAS.L. OGDEN & A BR. OGDEN, Jan S3 Wathingtnn - st. ' liOUR thousand Gunny Bags, foral by I CEURA CUMING, Jan3 76 Pearl - street. X CUT MILL SAWS, &c. A SMALL invoice of X cat Mill and Pit Saws, G. S. and C. S. f'.r sMe hy . ANDERSON & SHEARER, 131 Water - street. Who have in Store, Hand, ripping and dove tail Saws, brats and iron backs Cast Stfwl Cbistcl and Conges .Mortice Chitels and Drawing Knives Patent Carolina & Virginia Hoct.No. 1234 Wrought bails, 4d, 6.1, M. 101, 1.', SCd Brat and copper wire, of til sisas Rolled and Sheet Brars, Brass Pans Ixmdon Pin, Nos. 3 1 - 7, 4, 4 1 - ?, 5 Hardware and Japanned Ware, assorted fo the country trade ' Engravers Copper, in plates of all sizes, jan 12 " PLASTER OF PArilb. . . ,. A CONSTANT supply of ground planter or narit. in barrels, suitable fnr the southern market. Orders left with WoItc( Ncien, No. 174 Fronl - etreet, corner of Horling - s in, will be promptly attended to JOHN BYER3, Foot of Hnrriton - ttreet, North - River. Jan 19 tf n VI HQ WIA TOBA CCO li FLOUR. O tf hhdt old Virginia tobacco ' 55 do new crop do do ' 66 bbls fine flour 15 do middling do. For sale by VASQUES, MEURON i CLEEMAN, Feb 7 tf No. 72 Washinjton - st. QUICKSILVER 20,000 lb. Quicksilver for sale by N. L. St G: GRISWOLD, jan 21 86 South - street. CAStlMJutiUS, TTIJVKTTS AND CASSJJfKTTS. FEW cases blues, blackt and mixtures, of ii. vanous ainns. manuiaciurea lor a touinern market,.will be told low for cash or approved paper. ... Alto, at reduced prices, several cases of blue, black and mixed broadcloths, among .which are tome of Wolcolt'i super6nes, at the . COM. COMPANY'S Ware - House, 140 Peart - street. Jebll riOBACCO RICE. 100 quintals first qua - .4. my spanisn i ooacco 44 tierces prime Rice, per tchr. South Carol! na.for tale by JONES 4: MEGRATH, feb 11 83 South - street. . B LUE NANKINS - 3000 pt. for tale by HURD cEWALL, feb 11 65 South - street. Superfine American GINGHAMS. 8 cases fine ginghams, lor tale low by The Commission Company, Feb 18 D&C 148 Pearl - st. PIANO FORTE FOR SALE. ANEW and fashionable instrument, made hy one of the best London manufacturers, and in complete order, will be sold cheap, as the owner wishes to leave the city.' Enquire at 32 ieaar - iireei, corner oi Broadway. jroji fll BROWN, stone seal engraver and jewel - A . ler, No. 166 Broadway. Coats of arms, crests, cyphers, &C. engraved on cfnna. A handsome assortment offine gold teals, cnams, ana other jewellery. . Ladies seals engraved with coats of arms mrttfn. nil fcnrv rlvis Diamonds, amethysts, crystals, kc. bought in the rou?h or cut toanv form. ' Jooks of heraldry kept with upwards of 60,000 names. Jan 7 3m FLOUR and TOBACCO 90 bbls. super - fine Virginia Flour Ait LrAisrw ftA nnolitw tn a n rtA T?K Landing from the schr Belvidere, and for tale WALSH GALLAGHER, feb 16 ' 6rt Snulh - st'eet. nEER SKINS 6 baiet bitt uuaJily lor tale JL - f Py SAL Li AL.L.Z.I, feb 7 N 98 Pise - tlreet. "7(LOUR. - - - 100 bbls. Kichmond (Mayo mills) JU , t lour, in store, tor tale by GRISWOLDS & COATES, Feb IS 86 South - street. HANDLES 60 boxes eottern mould candles W juet received, for tale by feb 1 1 JOS. OSHORN. 63 South - it, rWl' i O.M. - 54 bales Prime Upland, for take ni no oouin - ttreer, ny Jan7 WALSH k GALLAGHER (J U A W L3 4 trusses col'd and frineed Cloth O Shawls, handsomely assorted, received per Ann niana. CAMBRELENG & PEARSON, Jan 29 . 37 Soulh - treet. QUERCITRON BARK. T?IFTY hhde. and boxes of very fine quality, F C. G. &S. HOWLAND, Jan 28 . . , , . . ,771Vart:ngto - Ueet Wednp3DAY;f:bruary 2. ibis. NO. 42 PINE - STREET. ST ATIONA RY - 3 case't' EngfiJi la'tler ao Writin;; Paper, for tale low, by . HURD t 8EWALL, feblt 65 Sooth - etreei: onr nixa a whim l&a& - d J J qr caakt old Sherry wine 59 casks white lead, dry . , For sale by JAMES G. KING k CO. ; Jan 20 6l.Pine - sL F.H KA t'.ASH UUf.IJ.uv miufif 28ft Broadway, corner of Reed - streeL next door . ...I ... .. .. . . i vMnincioo - naii. .... W.. i.alVI.WUIIJ Mt IUI lUi III. friendt and the public in general that he a prni i.iiuii vrii i ir inr miim o iara ktirf sronsipa l nti - tortmentof the following article!, which will be an aisposea oi ai a moueraie advance. imperial, Hyson I Young Hyson Tcas of first quality and latest Hyson Skin lie I importation. . Souchong J ' t lAtt, Lump, i Havana White Sugars and Brown' J Boxandcetk Raisins Currantr, Figs, Almond, Prunes Hickory and Madeira Nuts Nulmegt.Clovet, Cinnamon, Cassia Alspice, Pepper. Ginger, London Mustard, per pound or bottle Old Cognac Brandy ' Do. Holland Gin and Jamaica Spirits Madeira, Port, Sherry, 1 Claret, Fayal, Pure Wine L. P. Tenerifla and other French', American, i Martinique, and ' Pure Cordials Pnice j Hibhertt tup. L. B. Stout - Sallad Oil, Sperm and Tallow Candles Basket Salt Codfch, Burlington Hams Smoak'd Boefaad lierringt Ameiican and Holland Cheese Winter Strained Lamp Oil, Sic. &c. - M II t 'nnf nnr u f rotA .ten mrtmmwt sand tall Ta vvus'oiit vi.u'uii,g t vent wiu use i vourt thanklullv received. Orders minctnallv attended to. 'Feb 20 3t j ALOUri a TOB.iCCO JOO bnl superline X? Richmond flour, brandtd Bcut Creek 200 bbls Petersburg flour 50 kegs manufactured tobacco, landing from brig Richmond and schr. Belvidere, and for sale by WALSH & GALLAGHER, Feb 13 Co boutri - tt. rpOBACCO, FLOUR, kc 60 bhda. old JL Richmond Tobacco, principally of prime quality, adapted to tha Irish market 40 do new do., part very prime 20 do old Rappahannock do 250 kegs Richmond manufactured de., tweet scented and common 250 bbls Richmond superfine flour 54 balet prime upland cotton 126 pieces Holland duck 200 ketTt Dutch herrings ( . 20 casks allum 50 do dry white lead 2o do claret - 40 crates earthenware, assorted 24 casks muMard 3 butts best London porter 5 puncheons rabbit skins COO reams medium printing - paper 600 do cap, no. 1 and 2 30 gross press paprrt, &c tonal by WALSH & GALLAGHER, Febe . - . . 66 South - street. A DRAFT on Snvunuah, payable in 20 days, foril27tt. - Fortiilely - JACKSON m WOOLLEY, feb 10 '; 75 Wall - etreet. t ftf NANKINS. J. i vf vf Fierce blue oaukins. of verr supe rior quality, entitled to debenture, for sale at 77 Washington - st. Feb 18 G. G. Si S. HOWLANiJ. IX QUFRLUTHON BARK. J tons first quality bark, for sale by G. G. Si S. HOWLAND, Feb 13 77 Wasbington - rt HOPS 14 bales of first quality, the growth of 1817. for sale by ANDERSON & SHEARER, feb 18 2w 131 Water - street ANTON CRAPES. Fresh supply Canton v Crapes for sale by MARCH & LOW, feb 11 210 Broadway OOMEbTIC U OTHER WARE. THE subscribers keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of the following poods, VII Dutch and Enslith Gunny Bags, tic. Popet Heads Crumb Brushes Brooms Duster, or Counter Brushes - Hearth Brushes, fan Bellows, fancy and common Do for Blacksmiths cy and common Head oo no Cloth do do do do Hall and Entry Mats . rails and 1 ube Wbeel - Barrows Fine Wire Sieves Do Hair do Weavers do White Wash do Shoe Si Scrubbing :do Paint Brushed and Whips of every description Seine, sewing, wrap Sash Tools Clamps, 4. 7, 8 row Furniture Brushes Horse do - Bed Cords, Clothes Lines Sash Cords, Trace Rope ping, baieing and ball 1 wine Fish Lines Shoe tc Sadlert Thread Dearborn's Ballan cet Wrought and Cat Nailt and Bradt Which they will sell wholesale or retail on li beral terms. CEBRA Si CUMING, feb 7 76 Pearl - ttreet. COTTON, DEER fckl.Ns, &m.2 bales Sea VV Island Cottnn 1 1 bundles Deer Skins 1 tierce aad 1 bid. Furs 14200 Staves and Heading, afloat, and for sale by R. & C. W. DAVENPORT St CO. feb 21 PHILADELPHIA WlilaKEYio; BU 1'4 ER 11 hhds. first proof Whiskey Now on the dock, for sale hy CORNS. DUBOIS, feb 19 6t 36 Front - street. OLD MADEIRA WINE. A LARGE stock offine old Madeira Wine, of tbe roost approved brands, 'in pipes, hogsheads and quarter casks, warranted pure as imported, and well worthy the attention of tbe trade and nf private families ; will be sold at reasonable prices, and in quantities to suit purchasers, by TUCKER ti I - AURIES, feb 17 29 South - street. ILiKs, Ate b cassis pongees, t do twilled sannats 1 do col'd tat tins, entitled to debenture ; also 3 bales col'd castimere shawls For sale by CAMtiRELENG ic PEARSON, Feb 6 67 South - et. 1 RON 7 Ions l - jiftish iron, well assorted JL now landing from brig Thomas, andwilfbe sold reasonably frvrn the whart, by G. G. Si S. HOWLAND, Feb 13 77 Waihinjtoo - st. DOMHAZbTls & COTTON. 4 bales) JL3 Rombazetts . i 34 bales Sea Island Cotton, and . . ! 15 do. prime Upland do. landing and lot 98 Tinetreet. Stoxe 40 bales Sea Island. Apply ai above. jan 24 A Corn - Fiui ll'antrJ. WANTED immediately, a corn - fans a t . cond hand one will answer. A to 1 - . TUCKER A - LAUR1ES, ; jan 20 29 South - street. 1 WlNfc. First iiimlity London Seine Also. 2 and 3 thread India Twine, iu Quantities tn suit purchasers, for sale by tbUKA KCUrci.W, feb 14 76 Pearl - street. PRIME UPLAND COTTON. - 4o. bales prime Upland Cotton, landing from ship Prudence and schooner Louisa, from Savannah. for tale hy GR1SWOLDS At COATES, ten zu eu south - street. fJTl WO cases changeable Syncbews, fur tale JU by . A1AKCH SI L.OW, Jan 21 210 Broadway. itI ADEIKA WINE. A quantity of choice Lf X L. P. Madeira Wine, lor sale by R. Ic C. VV. DAEVNPORT & CO. Jan 19 - TOT I ON 54bales prime upland cotton, V for sale by WALSIP & GALLAGHER, feb 18 66 South - street. RUM AND GIN 15 tihds and 40 bbls new rum 20 bbls country gin, for sale by JACKSON & WOOLLEY, . Feb 20 2t 75 Wall - et. IRISH MARKET TOBACCO bit hhJs. of I fine quality, landing from schooners Hero and Sally Ann, from Kictimomi, lor saieoy 1 I). BETHUNE 4: CO. Jan 16 92 C. H. slip fctafk JHQLASSFS. iJ hhds molasses, goed quality, at Peck - slip, for sale by . Jan 31 R. tc C. W. UAVENrOhvl 41 cu. NEW - ORLEANS COTTON 96 bales prima quality, landing from brig Sailor Boy, at t ly - uiaikel wnaru lorsaie ny JAMES SCOTT, feb 18 lw 66 Washiniston - atreet I OHACCO at FLOUR. - 60 buds. Kentucky X lobacco, just landed from brig 1 hames 21 bhds pruue old Richmond Tobacco 17 do' new do do 100 l.hls. Fredericksburg Flour, landing from schrs. Cyane and leopard, for sale by . VVAlrfOrl w, '. ' . 66 South - street. Who have also in store, ' 100 hhds old Richmond Tobacco, principally in enure parcels and or sup. quaj. ' 60 hhds prime new Tobacco ' 300 kegs manufactured do various brands and qualities . 100 bl.l. Ric hmond Flour. feb 20 TVTAVAL STORES. 400 barrels Soft Tur pentine 420 do Tar ; 3 do Spirits .Turpentine, float, and for sale by H.Sl C. W. DAVENPORT It CO. feb 20 ' RiCHMOM) TubACCO U Fl.OUK. 628 bbls. Richmond supf. Flour 37 hhds prime new crop Richmond, princi pally large and leafy, now landing from schr 1 nomas, and in ttore, lor tnie by , jano uutJii.'viAn k junnsiw. f1A HERRINGS, f f boxes 1st soH, lerTjn nnriinnj. 177 do., 3d do ) r : 7 ins and for sale by " ' 4aa S2. - . 67 South - street. tfnNABURGS. 9 bales best Strelctz Osna - V - F bures, land in jr from ship Thomas Wil son, from Greenock, 'or sale by . feb 19 D. IJBTHUNE 4: CO. 13 AVEXS DUCK. 101 pieces heavy Ravens It. Duck, for sale bv HURD Si SEWALL, feb 19 65 South - street. THREAD LACES. A H elceant assortment of thread Incei, all XX widths, just received and for tale at 150 Broadway, by rmuB rwuuik srbi, feb 19 lw OIL Si CANDLES. RIPLEY k WELD, 192 Front - street, have constantly on hand, at wholesale and rttail, winter and summer strained Spermaceti Oil. Also, Tallow Mould Candles of superior quality, from - Winship's Factory, Charleston, Mast. let) 13 TAMA1CA RUM & FLOUR. 15 puncheons 9J 4th and 5th proof Jamaica rum, of tupe rior quality, and 100 barrels superfine Baltimore (Howard - street) Sour, landing and lor sale by R. CRUMP, Feb 9 90 Pine - st. T1KCI.ISH Will TP. I.KAI) 5fin keirsKncr Hi lish White Lead, eround in Oil, landing rrom snip rviiim, nnn iur saic oy TUCKER St LAUB1ES. I Vlt'll 1 . 1 1 feb 13 29 South street IftisH LINEN. a boxes 4 4 Irish Linen, ftr I saie uj fi . c oiwiiu feb 13 AEW BOOKS r ECF.NTLY published and tor tale bv KIRK rt & MERCElN, 22 Wall - street, a narrative of the President's Tour, made during the summer of 1817, through the north - eastern and southwestern department! of tbe union, Sic. Ac. : Lord Amberst't Embassy to China, the Memoirs of Claudius bucuanan ; Aiandcviilc, a novel, by Wm. Godwin : Letters from the Cape of Good Hope, being a reply to Dr. Warden s Letters ; Knight of St John, by Miss I'orier ; Uinglcy's Useful Knowledge ; Coxe on Fruit Trees, with 200 engravings Purity of Heart, or woman at the should be, a novel, by an old wife of twenty yean. leO o . . . . . u . aw . .... . .u. a A SINGLE gentleman wishes to rent, in or IflUTUl'N'IV U1V1LII Z.m. near nroaoway, any wnere between t - nam h....t . nrl f I a in . vmiImI HR..I. f.mi ly, a Bed Room and Parlour, without board ; f i I . r a n. . lumisneo rooms wouia ue preierrea. loegaiei and neatness of tbe house, as well as the res pec - tttK.lifw f tK nrrnntnf. r nnrlir - ntapli. miiii. red. A line directed to J. C. left at this office, meniioninc lerms ana siiuauoo. win no ouit bi tended to. Jan 231m 7s the Cxi item ut rk. f7ERAH HAWLEY Physician and Dentist, MA would iniorm tbe iniiabitantt ol iXw - lork, tliat he hat taken an office at No. tJl Pearl - strerl, where be will extract, clean, JilcJU and tel I er.ui in trie most approved manner, tie win also prevent any irregularity ol tbe secondary teeth, if application is made to him in season. He flatters bimtelC from the experience be has bad in hit profession, that he shall be able to give general satisiacuon. For character the public are referred to Mr. Geo. P. Shipman, merchant. No. 63 South - street, and Doctor A. Ives, No. 22 Pcarl - ttreet. IFhom it Witty eoneTft, fjy This eertitiet, that Dr. Zemh Hnwley is a regular bred physician, and in good ttanding will) oik oretnnru in uui piace n no ona puiu particular attention to the art of Dcmtxilry, has studied tbe best European works on the suuject, snd has given very good satisfaction in this branch to hit cutomer, who are persons of the firt re - spectabi'i'y in this city. We therefore, with entire confidence, recommend Dr. Hawlry to the citizens m New - Yort, as a dentist. jKneas Mnnson Eli Ires Nathan Smith Jonathan Kn'ght. Protestors of the Medical InsUtution ot Vale Co! - LCoilege. ' New - Haven, Jan 22, ICISi feb3 4w ! TANNERY FOR SALF.. ' fO be sold at public auction, on Wednesday, L the tilth (lav of February next, in the area of the Exchange Coflee House, in tbe town of uosioo, at iz o'ciock at o cn, Alt the real estate belonging to the Hamivhice Leather "lvfanufactory, situate in the town ol Northpmpton, in the state of Massachusetts. The estate will le told in four lots, viz : Lot No. 1, containing ahout 31 acaet of land, near the centre of the town of Northampton, ou whii hit erected all those extensive and valuable buildings, lately occupied by the corporation for tannins of leather, with about 300 vats, some of which are very large pod part of them under winuii leamer may ne nnnoiea curing the winter; itie presumed there is not in the state so extensive and valuable an establishment lor carrying on the tanning business at this. A particular description of the buildings and pri - viledget would take up too much room for an advertisement. Lot No, 2 contains almot 3 acres, situate on the north side ol the county road, directly opposite to lot No. 1, on which are two dvelling houses, with convenient out buildings, it on high erouud, and considered a very delightful situation. Lot No. 3, containing about four acres of land, situate on tbe easterly side of Mill River, about twomilet from the merlins house in Northamp ton, with a valuable mill privilege and buildings thereon. Ijot No. 4 con taint about one acre .of land, on which it erected a bark mill and hark sheds, si tuate near Edward's tavern, about 6 miles from Northampton, on the Albany road. Any person having an inclination to purchase all or any part of the foregoing property, are in vited to examine it. The corporation pledge themselves to sell to the highest bidder, being de' termined to close their concerns. Anv informs lion respecting the estates may be obtained on ipplicationtoJOSlAH D WIGHT, Esquire, at Northampton, or EBENEZER FRANCIS, India - street, Boston. ' fan 14 NthULtb Hi RETAIL. THE subscriber, in addition to hislorjnerex tensive variety, hat jurt opened an assort ment of Needles, of a superior quality, which he nat just received irom an eminent INeedle Manufacturer in England, oo terms which enables him to warrant them to hit customers, constitute of f npcrline gold eved needlee T f mnArinl nnnnntf' 4tia mt I Imperial silver eyed bet weens assorted from Imperial silver eyed blunts f lo. 1 to lit. Inijerial darners and ' ! Machiuiie's 'saddler's blunts J No pains will lw spared by the subscriber fo Keep at an limes at couiptetc an assortment oi tne above anicier at any in tne city, nnd ins customers mav be assured that none but belt nee dles will be kept hy him.. Also, an aisorlment of rich claipt lor ridicules. : , a rw. rv n a. n n. . r. r. n. s.iit' iar ' I las, . , Ssrcccestor to Mr. N. Smith. Af hit wholesale and retail perfume manufac tory, tign of tlie Gat(!en Rose, No. 149 Broadway - . ' feb2 tf FOR SALE. A cane of very superior Pis tols, hair trigt'ei'S, made bv Bcckwith. London. - i - A Riffle Gun with Sword bayonet. Also, two dozen mahogany Chair frames. uewiat London patterns, to be seen at LAW fi BUTLER, fob 12 i27 Broadway. ' . B U S li t S . TATKHT 1AV10ALK RAFT BOATS, ATD VI.OATIKO TIUfc - MILL. rpilF. Navieable Kaft - Buht is tbniied like the X common horse - boat ; it formed nf a casine of squared pine timlier.' pitched and tilled in solid willi round logs, nnttripped of bark ; tha whole. nxed together wiuiiive - oaa pint, andiron toll at the auglet. It it propelled by a water wheel, with upright buckets, operating teillan a fruiter orractway, as in mills, l he cost it one loiinn of that of ordinary horse - boats, including all the machinery, i liere it a rreat suriace ol decK, which may be covered with frame work, to re ceive passengers and ireigtit ; ana omynan uie number of horses used on board boats of equal dimensions, are necessary to carry tint rapidly through tiie water. The Navigable Raft - Boat it instantaneously trans lormed into a powcrfull tide - mill, by casting anchor, and affixing a moveable hopper - mouth or flare, to each end of the raceway, nnd may be profitably employed in that capacity, wtieo not in ute at a conveyance. Persons desirous of adopting this invention, which is peculiarly fitted to all the American wa ters, are invited to view a model, at the olfice of C. A. BUSBY, Architect and Engineer, 2 Law Buildinirs. Nassau - street. New - York. P. S. A Navigable Raft - Boat mar be built complete in a month, including all the machinery. (7 - I be editor oiuic notion 1'aiindium, Albany Argus, Philadelphia Freeman's Journal and IXmocratic Press, Baltimore Gazette, Charles' ton Courier, and Richmond Enquirer, are requested to insert the above twice a week for one month, and furward their accounts to the advertiser, feb 13lf ROU ROY. KIRK Ic MERCElN hare just received and pot to press, Rob Roy, a novel, hy the author of Waverly, Guy Manncriirg, lalet of my Landlord, Arc. ic. feb 9 WIILATO'S ITCH OINTMENT. THE long and successful use of this ointment is a tudkient recommendation, at it hat been found to be pleasant, safe and certain remedy for that disagreeable disease in all ils sta - 5es. It is for sale iu the city of New - York, by . A. K W. R. Post, No. 41 William - street; I. Si T. Clark, No. 65 Maiden - Lane ; H. H. Schiefftlin Si Co. No. 1U3 Pearl - street ; Lawrence & ivcese, No. 19S Pearl - street ; Hall V Bowne, 146 Pearl - street ; R. K L. Murray, 313 Pearl - ttreet ; J. M. Bradhurst, 314 Pearl - street ; John Penford, Ne. 4 Fletcher - street : Dttrjce & Poe, in Pearl - street; John C. Morrison, 188 Greenwich - street; John P. Fisher, 106 Broadway : Walter& Seaman, corner of Chamher - st. and Broadway, and also in Chatham - street ; and in short it may be procured at most of the Drug Stores in thit city Alto in Philadelphia, of S. Witberell & Sons ( George Hartell , North Si Ro gen, and ajroott ai the druggittt in the principal towns in the United States. LIKEWISE, WH EATON'S JAUNDICE CITTERS may be bad at the above places. jan 22 6m Transportation to PiUtburgh, through, the tlale of No - York. THE subscriber, who hss been engaged Tor several Tear in forwardine merchandize to different parts of the United States, offers his services to the merchants and traders of the western states and territories, as sgent to trananort nronertv of everv dccrinlion from ihe ciir of New - York to Pittsburirh. in thestateof Pennsylvania. Goods shipped at New - York, onboard "T wrsTsnit lis or stoops mr Alhanr. can be delivered at Pittsburgh, it It believed, in as short a time, as by any olher route yet discovered i tlie price of transporta - tion for the whole distance never exceeding six dollars per cwt. Proper care tin been txen to select irentlemen of respectability a agents on the several route communicating1 with the AlleranT river; and where extraordinary ex - ertions are required, a confidential person thorouzhlv acquainted v1ih Ui country, will accomnanr the coods. A II communications on this subject, post puid, will reecWe the earliest sttention of the subscriber, who for approved security will give a credit of six months on a large proportion or tbe account. i ClU'.ltXS SMYTJI Albany, state of New - York, 2d February, 1818. Reference to Metsra Satterlees Sl Co. and Messrs. I. flyer, Ii Rsin, Ncor Tork. ft. T 2aw ' NOTICED" ;'" Tha 8ubscnber, in behalf of himself awi . hit assocUte", gives notice, that an application - will be made to the honorable the l. sblator of wits state, at lis next session, for an Act to incori . borate a Bank with a caultal stock of Five Hon dred Thousand Dollars, and with leave td in - , crease it to Oue MUlioa ; lo t located north east of ileekman - s treat, in tbe city of New - : xorn, and to ie called i ne iranWUn Bank ex tbe city of .Xew.Yoik." . Dated New - York, 16th Dec. 1817. V By order of the Associates, dec30tf . NOAH BROWN, BecVy. . For Kngtund, via Halifax, Aora - bcotia. fT Letters' for his Britannic mafestv's packet Grace (for Falmouth, via Halifax', Novd - Scotia) will be received at the post office till Wednesday alttrooon, tbe 4th of March. T. W. MOORE, Agent. Feb 16 AO'JICE. 05" The lubscribers bavinr entered into part nership, the STOCK tt EXCHANGE BUSI - nr.bS heretofore conducted by K. H. NF.VIN9. will be continued under the firm of NEVINS A - TOWNSEND, . ..... RUSSFLL H. KEVINS, feb 3 EI.IHU TOWNSEND.. . . ttT Tha asuiirnrea nf tht ni Mm stiA - nev Hewitt, fin mrler tn iiriiln. .11 i. v - O iwr t ii I creditors to come in and participate' In the lunus provided lor tnem,) do hereby extend, the time of rendering their accounts to Mr. Blake, at No 3 Law lluildinp - s. until the 1st rJT March ensuing Feb 2 lm ' UNION Ba.nK, lUth February, la IS. 03 The stockholders art rrquested to attend at the hanking house, tio. 17 Wall - street, on Thursday, the 12th day of March next, to elect eleven directors lor the ensuing year. TUt poll will open at ten o'clock and thai at two. " The traosier books will be shut from - lit antil 13th March. By order of the board of dirfrtort, fehlOlm JOHN LOW. Carier.' MlllcL. . .. , ftj - All persons having claims against thees tftftf of raiiif . William l'ailfir floa - C...I M at... sired (o present them to the tubicrUier fur set - ILsmpnl ffafid Ihn.. In ... .4 . k. a.A ... quelled to make payment witlmut delay. - J AMt's Mmkinr. ? feb 121m ArfminiMralor." NOTICE. ttr The copartnership heretofore exittum b tween the subscribers, under the firm of JN.9, Uavies Ic Co. is this da v dissolved by mutual on sent. The debts due and claimt aeninst'said firm will be settled hy N. S. Davies. - . . iAvir.n, . A. IV. TITAPPAN, , The business will in' future be conducted bv N. Smith Dat iet. tinder the firm of N. Smith Da viet to Co. leb 14 " A Law to regulate tho tule of Crabs, patted ' ' lotn teoruary, loio. ftfT" Ba it ordained hv the Mayor. Alderroeii and Commooaltv of the cirv of New - York, iit Comtnoo Council convened, That if any pvrteai or persons shall tell, offer, or expose fbr taky in Any oi toe public mameu in tnis iity, or ut any ttreel contiguoua. thereto, any of that spef ciet of Shell - Fish commonly vailed Crabt, lie - tw rrn me aneenin day of December, aad the first of March in any year, every turh person, shall forfeit and pay for each and every offenc) the turn ol ten dollars Provided, that thistordi - nance shall not go into effect until tbe - 15th day of December next. . , jUl the Common Council. J. MORTON Clerk. A Law entitled a Law to amend the Law to re gulate Public Porters in Ihe city of New - York passed 16th February, 1818. Or Be it ordained by Ihe Mayor, Aldermen and Commonalty of the city of New - York, in Common Council convened. That it shall arm may he lawful fur the hand - cartmen of the said . city to use hand - borrows in the transportation of goods, wares and merchandise, or other articles in the same mm neras they now are or hare been used by tlie public portert of the said city And . further, that they be permitted to demand and receive tbe tame ratct or prices for tlie convey' anre of articles a are now allowed by law to the said public porters. - . liy the Common Council. ... jan 20 J. MORTON. Clerk. SiftEtT MANURE. """ ffc - Sealed rropotalt will be received at the Comptroller'! Ofti. e, Cily Hall, till Monday, 2d March next, at 2 o'clock, for (he ttreet manure, , in conformity wftb the Law of the corporation, dividing Uie cily into two districts. ' The proposals will mention each district separately, either for one year, or two years from (he 1st of March to tne if l oi January. Also, sealed nrcpotalt will ft received at a - hove mentioned, for the manure of the cily. Tho street to be swept and leaned hy tlie contractois; Each district to be divided into three divisions, to be swept and the dirt removed one day in every week, from the 1st of March to the 1st of January. PartictilH information may be had at tbe Comptrolkr't Office. feb 19 1 M 2 ; DOCKS & SLlPA . Sealed proposals will be received at the Comptroller's Office, City Hall, till Monday the 9ih of March, at 3 o'clock, for renting the public Docks and Slips for one year from the 1st May next, agreeaWy to the new Ate ef wharfage established by the Common Council on the 16th iiist. the particulars of which may be teen at the Comptroller's Office. feb 19 ALhtUH.iAi CUjiLCVMPANY. f7 The Stockholders of tbe Alleghany Coal Company, are requested to attend on Monday, tbe second day of March next, at the City Tavern, 7 o'clock P. M. to elect Officers and Directors for the ensuing1 year. Oy order of the Board, feb 20 tMcCd J.G. nOCERT. UllCi - ALL persons indebted to the esUle of Rugglet Hubbard, esquire, late sheriff of the city and county of New - York, at tliertf, are requested to make payment to James L. Bell, esquire, present iberitfof Uie city and county C New - York, on or before Ihe first day of May next or after that riod tha bills remaining unpaid will beput in suit. v CATHERINE HUBBARD, V Feb II 2awtlMay Administratrix. M U SIC. : ALL the Song. Duetts, as sung hy Mr. ITit - lipnt at tlx: New - York Theatre, for sale at Wm. DUBOIS' Piano Forte and Music Store, No. lib Hsoadway. . i - etinid in int soil expressive laca 'I'ho' love is warm awhile ' 'Tit but fancy's sketcU Is tltere a heart that nerer lov'd ' In train ma v that botnm lost quite deplore; My early day what jojs was thim L.vt't yosing dream - Thit blooming rote at early dawn - . j ' Hotiin Adair . Beautiful Maid - ... - 1 - Let tame sound the trumpet Hadlaficart Kveleeo's Bower . Dear mnid 1 love thee Ah sure a pain was never toe. Said a smile tts tear Sigh not for Wire ....... ' My heart With love it beating The celebrated. serenade of 'f.illacomr down EirdDncU - - tva" Flora's wreath. With a kirtre attorticmt of aew nuuc, r t i ' '' . 4 ill! ,: ' , . 1

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