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, dericksburg. with flour and wheat, to Byf - .es, Ts'ch Henry Denison, Thompson, 8 days from ti;chmond,3 from the Roads, With Sour and . rZZ , to Jacob & Williams, D. Betl.une & S U)u(E Trokes, Davidson Ik Co. anil B M Vers. Experienced a severe pie on the oodo'ff Barnegat i stove m bulwarks, to. Bch Tell - Tale, Churchward, 4 days from Vnrfolk. wbh flour, rum, hemp, peach - bran - Y Lc to I) Bethunefc Co. C K Duffle, Good - hue E CO. L M IUCU, u.i - " .L:a n.l 1'atre & TripleiL Passengers, W 4 Gasqut, A Robertson and lady, Mrs. imith. H A Hubbell, W J Ferguson, B Ally, W Alston, and V W Hutcli'ms ci.,r. Ainli!i f'.nHin. 4 duvs from Norfolk, with flour and tobacco, to Beers 8c Woodhull, Dakins & Bootwright, L K mime, i roa.es, i - vidson &Co. Shipinun & Lord, and Thorne & Jlawxhurst. Sailed in co. sch Only Daughter, sloop Driver, and a sloop from Petersburg, all for N York. vnumi v rK on Tin? f.riir Aeent. from New York, bound to Alexandria, was spoken oil the Capes oo Wednesday mimiing. . , . , . The brig aground near Wilhtughby's bluff, is probably the Ageut, from N. York, for Alexandria. February 21. Arrived, sloop Driver, Waterman, Richmond, 5 days, bound to N York. Came up, British brig Vittona, Twenfyman, f reported aground below) Burbadoes, via Turks - Island, la days from the latter. On Wedoesdav last, about K o'clock, while at nnchorinside the Cattes, the Vittoria was hailed by a small pilot boat built schr. full of armed inn, one of whom inquire d whether the V. had seen any Spanish vei - seli off the Capes being answered in the negative, site stood away for a schr. then in sight, in the direction of Cape Charles - The person who hnhtd, was a tall, tiercejeokingman, with large i.Lrk whiakvrs. and wai dresed in abluesur - toutcoat. The schr hailed from Alexandria. The vessels were lost sushi ol m a fog. THEATRE. OnFridiy Evening, Feb. 27, M18, will be pre - seoteu, uie iingeoy or DOUGLAS. Dmielas. . Mr. Woodhull Cleoalvon, by the gentleman who vltyed Pierie, his second appearance on a - y stage. To which will h! add. d lowina of TOBOLdKuj, or the w.al sn - .w sb ros Lomina, .iiics On Saturday. OTHELLO; to which will he added WHAT'S NEXT ? Jy " The Orphan Asyl Jra .Society," urate fully acknowledge the reccij.'. nf $ U!J 40 cctit, coliecteJ in the l'rebjrteriau church in Cedar - street, on Sunday evening las). Feb 26 It I. W. OC1DF.N, Secretary. NOTICE. 03" A9 we Janir! snd Samuel Mainniis, Blacksmiths, have commenced partnership, at No. 19 Dry - strett This notice is to caution the public, not to take or receive any Note, Indone - meut, Bond, or auy other security in the immeof sain iirm, as tneir nusiness is to tie carried on without such assistance without the personal alignment of the parties romiHising said firm. JAM to MAgTnnISS. sa.ml. magin: iss. feb?G lw OCT ADMI.MafRA IION on the' Estate of lump i. none, occruPcu, iiavinir oeen grtunea to the subscribers All persons having demands againtt said F.stnte arc rcquctted to produce ttienidulyautlientirittpd.tr John Anthon, l'.ei. No. IVarl - slreet, and all persons indebted to the said estate are requested to make iinmedi ate navmeut at the same place. ANNA HONE, THOMAS HAZARD, jr. JOHN ANTHON. fob 26 lw fr7 A stated meetini: of the Trusteei of Co luniliia Colli se, will he l.rM on Monday next vm a of March, at It) o'clock, A. Ai. in the col fc.ee. CLEMENT C. MOORE, Clk. feb iC 3t frt The intermediate examination of the students of Columbia College, will commence wun mar ci uie senior cia,cn l uesday iVlarcli 3J, at 10 o'chek. A.M. at the CMrse. The attendance of the Trustees ol the College, of the parents and ifuurdians of ttie Students, ol tlie Clergy, and of the graduates of the College, is resptciiunv requested. Columbia Coilege, Feb. 25, 1818. feb '26 4t M - jy - lOUh M'.DIC.il. SOCIETY. $y The members of the Medical Jrocietv are requested to attend the funeral of lict Arch'b. Bruce, fixm Ins late residence, corner of lirecnwich and L berty - st. - eeu, this after noon at 4 o'clock, and as a proper testimony oi respect, wear tlie usul badice of mnurmnir lor uunv nays, uy oruer ot me President feb 2(i It C. W. EDDY, M. I). Sec'ry. for PETLtxSIWR - i. (dtnct The regjl:trtra.h:i sctir HUMMING .BIRD, Marshall, mas'er. will ioitivelv san on s uuru iv morutng, weather permitting For freight or j'HS - age a;nv to WALSH At GALLAGHER, F?" "6 66 .South st. iit The valuable fast s.nlitiir br ff AG wnart, two y ars old, burthen 184 tons, will Stow upwards nf SHlU hh.la ; lr .11 ....... in excellent order, and will be reaily to re - a targu in iwo ciavs. Apply to N. ii 1). T VIXOIT, feb26 64 South - street. tr - i''ur fUUUllTor CHAKTKH, vjfc&V The fast sailing schr. SALEM, bur i&j&tben 110 bbls. has made buttwovoy ages, and is now in readiness to receive a r ir. go. For terms apply on board, at Pine - street wnart or to G. G. & S. HOWLAXD, fet 26 77 Washington - street. For S.iVAJf. .iH, The fest sailing packet brig AURORA, uLWm. Thomnson. maitvr. n;il nn VVedncsdav next in the meantime will take what freight msy offer; for which, o passage. raviug exMlent acroiumodatioos, apply on board siue uiu - snp, or to . rOTT & M'KINNF, Feb26 66 South - st. Fur Watkinelon. JV. C. The schr EAGLE. Russell : will rail l,on ftiturdav next. For freight or r a.,lj en board, at Peck - slip, or to Fcb36 R. & C. W. DAVENPORT & Co. fr,urOVIEST,C OTHER WARES. I ... ."iiniiy on uand an ,J . e,en,,ve assortment of the follow ing goods, Dutch and English GunnyBags, ropes Hf ads Crumb Brushes "rooms or Counter orutnes Bellows, fancy and w nrusnes, tan - CT and common 'lead do do do UoUi do do do leavers do jyhite Wash do Bnoe te Scrubbing do Clamps, 4, 7, 8 row "miture Brushes H.ll. D I - f common Do for Blacksmiths Hall and Entry Mats raus and I utis Wheel - Barrows Fine Wire Sievel Do Hair do Whips of every de - cnimon Seine, sewing, wrapping, baiting and ball I'wiue Fish Lines Shoe lc Sadler Thread Dearborn's Ballao - ces, S:c. uBed Cords Clothes Snih Cord'i Trace Ropea Wrought and atls an.l n..j. Cut Whirl. sET' I htrnl tnTT' Wl" wMMle or retail c . feb 26 - LBRA A CUMING. 7 Pearl - itreet. r in ot ly or is in a er is io in TLOZJR, TOBACCO, etc 300 bbls. ivptr - i.' one r lour , 18 bhds old Rkh d Tob 6 do new,l 10 casks Flaxseed Landing from sundry vessels. For sale by . D1VTE BETHUNE&CO. TehSS No. 92 Coffee - House - slip. TVrAVAL. STORES, COTTON, 4ic. - 4u0 J.N bhls. soft Turpentine, 300 do Tar SO do Fitch, 5 do Spirits Turpentine 11500 lbs. Argo', 15 baskets Tapioca COO Ox Horns, 10 bundles Deer Skins 1 tierce Furs, Otters, Mink, Sic. 2 bales 1st. qual. Sea Island Cotton SO do do Upland do 14000 hhd. Staves and Heading 100000 22 in. C. Shinglns for sale by It. & C. W. DAVENPORT El CO feb 26 flOFFEE, SEGARS, tie 13 ts. and 33 hags tireen Coffee 21,000 begars, ol superior quality, in half and qr. boxes 4 bhls Muscovado Sugar, just received and for sale at 77 Washington si. ten so ix. w. k s. huwlanh, RICH RIBBONS 4 cases No. SiiU Ele gant Garniture Ribbons, of superior pat terns, tor sale by MARCH LOW, feb 26 210 Broadwav, filOBACCO 190 kegs manufactured tbac - JL co, landing irom the schr. Cvaue, from Richtneud viz : 10H kegs branded Jno. Enders, Hi. No. 1 27 do do do 8. No 2 - 65 do da D ft Ross, 8s. No. 1 For sale by CORN'S. DUBOIS. IN STORK, 1 1 bhds rye whiskey, 20 tasks whiting 3 Ibis roll butter 20 rolls sheet lead, 250 bags juniper berrie: rebze lw VVA I 1.1). .1 MAN and his WIFE, (who have no children) XA. to take ch.irge of a t irni, a lew iuiIl'S frnn the city, i he man ruurt utiderstanu the maungc mentol n farm and kitchen icarden. The woniuii t'i atUnd asuiaild iiry and d' the wushins ol th Ijuiily. As the hest recrnmcndatioint vil' br rcquirf d, it is r. quested no applications may bp warde uu!es sui li can le produced. Apply at feh6 101 .o. 2J3 Aater - stnet. LO T A Check for $2468 88 - 100 - Dated Februaiy24. 1818, payable to or heater, drawn on the Dank, of Anier'ca by Fish 4 - (! uinell. Payment of said check ha ving been stopped, the Ruder is requested to leuVL - it at tins othce. let) 2b It IRGl.VIA HEMP. 15 ten Virginia Hemp, V at lecled lot, tainting, hiuI tor site riy uoouHUt; h co, 44 Snuth - stieet. r.iLUABLK PHQPHMY. For sale, the Dover Iron Manufacturing Eidblitment, in the count v of Morris, and state oiew - jerfcy ; 'onsistinz ot a rolling and slit tins Mill, in cooil repair, which works two pair of rollers and cutters, shears, tic. all at the same time ; a valuable forge with two tires and one hammer in trood repair ; a stock of coal and ore on hand, iiitucient to funk fifty t"0S of iron ; a good saw mill ; a cut nail factory in sood repair, utficittit to employ thirty men, and may be extended to employ one hundn d uure ; a brad cutting machine and a steel furnace ingood repair; convenient to the works is a store and a Dumber of houses for the accoiumodntion of families, and excellent stabling for teams that may he necessary to keep for the use of the establishment ; al so, orchards, pasture and meadow lots, immediately ad joining the works, with timber land in any quantity, not exceeding two thousand five hundred acres, wiiiuo three miles or said works. The great vein of iron ore, commencin at the noted suckasimny mine, runs more than 2 miles through this tract, and three mines are now opea, from which the forges are supplied with ore, and more may be opened and ore raised to supply works to anv extent i the mines are within two miles of said works, and good roads, so that the ore can he raised and delivered at the forge at two and a hall dollars per ton. I he above described works are situated on Rorkaway River, about eight miles from Mor - nsiown, twentv five miles lioin Elisabeth I own, and ahou' the same distance from Newark, with good turnpike roads leading; from sid works to ich place, in a pleasant healthy situation, and in a good neighborhood, there oein? two I'resny teri in Churches within lour miles, and a friend uier ting house within two miles of said place This stand for collecting bar iron for the slit ting null is very commanding, there betnz nearlv ore hundred lorge fires in the county ; most of mem are on uie streams above uver, and the iron, in going to New - York market, can conveniently pass those works. At this mill frequently miir tons of bar iron have been tiit and bundled into nail and spike rods in aday, dudupwunls of one nunured tons ot nans nave neeu muilu in a t ear. A large umount of goods may be sold at inn piuce in exciiange lor bar iron.pr a:urms S'ip plies. &c. fcc. There are valuable scitcs both a hove tc Lm Iowoq this tract, un width more works may be erected. ALSO. That valuable wrll knwn farm, lying in the lowiunio ot Kandoipii, aoout two miles I. - 'in uo vtr, and six miles irom Morristown, and within ore quarter ol a mile of the Union turnpike road, nf ar Pleasant valley, called tlie Distillery Farm, containing al.out three hundred acres, about one fourth part of which is excellent meadow, on - fourth part piough and pasture land, and the re nniid.r timber. A considerable part of the tius her is ot the original growth, and is suitable lor sawing, the other part is thrifty young timber, from tifteeu to twenty years growth. 'I here are on said farm upwards ot six hundred apple trees. fine order, eight to sixteen years old, tlie most them ot craned Iruit. and more than hall ol them Harison apples, so famous .for cider. The meadows are flat and free Irom stone, through which runs two hvelv streams of water, and near the whole may be watered. One of these streams is sufficient for a grist - mill or othe work' ; there are saw mills, a grist mill, a ful ling mill and oil mill, on the same stream. On said farm are two "valuable scites for water works, a convenient cheap place to erect a short uam, aim raisea coitsmerariie onnd. wun iwe ve filteeo feet head. Below this the water can be taken into a race, and in ess than twenty ciiitins, on good firm ground, is more than twentv icet tall, in this way the water can be worked twice oyer with the expense of only one dam. iit - re ii on sato larcu an extensive ciaer min with four presses and cisterns, housed and well hooped with iron, sufficient to hold twelve hun dred barrels of cider. Connected to the cid works is the still - house, so conveniently situated mat the whole operation is completed without pumping. The water for condensing the spirits supplied from a never failing spring, within six rods of the still house, and has sufficient head to run into the cisterns. The buildings consist of two small frame dwellings, one good frame barn, 54 fret long by ?6 feet wid, under a part of which is a good cellar : there are also bav bouse. cow sneas, oc. ALSO, Valuable cropertv at Lonsrwood. in the town ship nf Jefferson, six miles from Dover, on the main branch of Rockaway River, consisting ot a very valuable forge, with two fires and one hammer ; abundance ot water the whole year, a large pond, and a v ry warm situation, and lor otteeo years past has made as much iron as any two fires me county, i ne ore is wiimn lour rai.es, ani part of the road turnDiked. The several tracts connected with this establishment amount alto getfaer to about fourteen hundred acres, the great' pert timber, to make n durable supply of coal for the forge. Immediate! v adi .iuinsi th forge very valuable plow and meadow land sufficient - mree (arms of one hundred acres each, wiai bouses, orchard and hams, beside several good dwellings for the families that may be employed working the forge. I be whole or any part of this) very yaluartie property will be so.d at such prices aod credit as will make it worthy the attention ol any person wishing to purchase. For further information enquire of JACOB LOSF.T, at Dover. ISRAEL CANFIELD, at Morristowa. BLACK WELL k M'l ARLAN, atN. York. febWU&Ctf a 3, SPICED 5 barrels 1st quality nutmeg, 5 bags do. Cloves 3 do. . do. Mace 5 sacks real Ceylon Cinnxroon just reca ana for sale by icb iJ6 PETER REMSEN SZ CO. I j UM. 20 iihds. 1st, proof new Rum, for sale S.S, oj feb 26 3t JACKSON & WOOLLEY, 75 Wall - street RICHMOND FLOUR - 150 bb s. landing this day from tlie schr. Emerald, for sale by ROBERT GILLESPIE, feb 26 . 112 Front - etreet. fiTt TO LET, Lnitl From the first of May next, a neat two - - lory house, with a garden aod stable, situate at the upper end of Broadway, near Jones - street Apply ut No. 95 Liberty - street. Feb ire 4t WAN I ED, a girl to do the upper work of a small family. Apply al this Office, j feb 26 MIDDLE DISTRICT UAJtK JfoTEH. 1 8c R. WAlTE,takethe liberty of remind - VJT. inp; their, distant correspondent., that the note of the above bank are received at their office, at par; and they will at any time redeem ttiat paper tor specie, at a. mere tri fling discount. Notes or the following banks, are also re, ceived at G. tc R. Waites lottery and exchange othce, at a moderate discount. Orange County, I Jeilerson County, Newburgb, I Auburn, Catskill, ' Niagara, Hudson, I Ontario, Columbia, I PlattsburP, Ctica, j Geneva. Also, eastern and southern bank notes, fl b26 and liei daughter at school, by Mrs. Taylor, author of ' Maternal Solicitude," lie. and Jane Taylor, uuthoi of ' Display" Kc. price Oi 1 - 12 cis. jum receiveu hiki tor sale vy feb 26 No. "230 Pearl street. Prize list io. Medical Science Lottery, No. 4, 3 111 day's drawing. No?. NOjO,t $.i00 ; i.3, J 1 00. Both sold at Allen's truly lucky office, No. 22 Broadway. t&old to a gentleman in Greenwich - street. Kverv d iv's drawing furnishes adventurers at ALLKN's lucky olEce the' greater part of the valuable prizes. AIT prizes sold at Allen's will beKiid the moment they are presented. Feb 26 GRACI K's Correct i.ist of Pi izej - 37th day ol drawing. No. 140.;0, 500 ; 223, $ 100. Feb 2 3, MiD. - IRA II LYE, He. pipes and 10 qr casks L. P. Madeira wine, of superior quality, for sale low, by the single ra - k, to close a consignment. 100 boxes bloom raislus it) hhds molasses, will be sold low, by R. 6i C. W. DAV EN PO RT Si CO. Fob 25 UPLAND COTTON 15 bales prime Up - land Col tonlanding from brig Elizabeth, at Fly - market wharf, will be sold low if taken from the wharf. ISAAC F. ROE, feb 20 Iwr 98 Murray "a - wharf. 'UtiAK 6i RUM 65 hbds 230 barrels. I first quality Sugar, 44 puncheons Rum Received ner bris William Henrv. from St. Croix, now landed on the wet side nf Old slip, leb 24 I w 31 Old - slip. 20, J t.jERlt'FE HI F. pipes very superior careo Tcui riffc wine, landing from schr Fayette, from Oratava, at the loot ol Depeyster - street, aad lor sale, on acconi mouating term - ', by A. D. DUr r, Feb 24 6t 69 Wahiuron - st, BOT i LEt, GRINDSTONES, Ac - English gallon and half gallon bottles, for Madeira wine. Full size q - iart aod Champagne pint do. Gallon and half gallon dtuuji.hu. 120 small sizi eiindatoiies, assurtcd, and A few ioxcs short aud long pipes, tipped and iitaiu, ior saie oy WILLIAM COWLEY, Feh21 lw No. 16 t Water - street IRISH LLEAS, Kc. WVST received by the Pocahontas from Dub - tf lina general assortment of 4 - 4 linens, 5 - 4 sheetings, 3 - 4 brown. linens Aod broad diaper, in pieces, assorted, Which are offered for sale on reasonable terms, by HENRY M'VICKAR Sz CO. Feb 23 lw N.57Pie - st IRISH LINENS, DIAPERS, SHEETINGS. THOMAS SUFFERN. No. 6 Deneyster I. street, has just received per latest arrivals, lurther assortment ol 4 - 4 and 7 - 8 linens. Ion; lawns, 5 - 4 shectines, 3 - 4 diapers. 6 - 4 to 10 4 duwlns, do. drogheda linens, v.hich with the fol lowing goods, will I sold on reasonable terms, 4 - 4 and 7 - h linens, low aod bne assortments 7 - K d" io half pieces 7 - 8 do half bleached strong and fit for nar row sheetings, to average 13d 7 - 8 lawns, 5 - 4 sheetings to average ?3d 3 - 4 coarse and fine brown linen, feb 24 2w HP. CROIX RUM HUli.iR. rriEIE cargo of the ship Virginia, Jos. Ridg Ml way, master, from 6t. Croix, will com' menre landing to - morrow morning at pier No, North River, in front of Uie subscribers' store ; consisting of 213 puncheons bt. Croix ram, new crop 71 hhds and a quantity bbls ditto sugar ' Ditto prime quality , For sale, on accommodating terms, by MbLIGK, ROGERS K bO., Feb 23 lw No. 33 Washinton - st. Al'CTION SALE3 Bu WlXSr.OlVtiCHAXA'l.W, Boston. ON Wednesday the 4th March, will be sold at No. 35 India wharf, the following goods, imported by Samuel G. Perkius il Co. in the hip Pekin from India, (postponed from Friday, 20th inst.) 1509 bags white Benares and double boiled Radnagore sugars 564 bsdes Bengal cotton, of superior quality 459 bags Patna and Rangpore giueer . 50 cases Bengal indigo, prime quality 70 bags IYe - h sago . 20 bags safBowcr 13 tieces ivory 3 - 200 pieces Madrass blue guineas 8 & 9 rail 2400 pieces cam hoys, long dimensions 80 pieces Veutapollam handkerchiefs 840 piect Vladrass handkerchiefs, fine patterns, in trunks of 60 ps. 1172 rot too shirts 360D sheep skius 6H69 tinned akirs 30000 Madrass goat skins ill the hair For terms and other particulars apply to PETER REMSEN CO. 25 South - street, fr? Th roods may be seen on Tuesday, 3d March. Feb 24 b't HEAL C.iCH EM I RE AH.lHLS. VANDERVOORT k FLAN DIN have .ust receivrd a splendid assortment of real Cacbeaaire febtwk. comfsirf white, scarlet, dove, shades of green, orange, rich flowered, striped, and ait witii large and small palms aod double borders. Also, a case of superfine Leghorn Hats, with extra crowns. For salt at on I ral sion fsbtOlw no. ill Broadway. for SA VANHA fll The fine fast sailing packet brig LE - VA.NT, D. Wood, master, is now load - tug, having half her cargo engaged ; will meet witrt immediate dispatch For ireightor passage apply on board, west side Eurlmg - slip, or to TH. BARRO v, 136 Front - st, Feb 25 lw r For I.IVhitPoOU 44 The well know:, ship NESTOR, Ster - jling, master, has two thirds of her freight engaged, and half of her cabin passen gersFor the remainder of freight or passage, apply ou board, or to CHARLES It ALL, Feb 25 3t No. 1 Beaver - st. For Alexandria, Gtorgeloien and Hathittglon Ciy. i The schooner APELINB, Edward i Rummey, master, now half loaded - will sail on Wednesday, 23th inst. weather permitting. Those persons who have engaged freight are respectfully requested to send their goods onboard For freight of remainder or pas sage, apply on boM - d east side Old - slip, or to DIV IK BF.TltU r & t;U. teb 23 92 Coffee House - slip. For SsiyAJsJiU, The fast sailing packet brig AURORA, Wui. I uompson, master, will meet with early dispatch For freight or passage, apply on board, east side of Old - slip, or to POTT tc M'KINNE, Feb 34 56 Soulh - st. tor IViLMIAGJXIjV, Ji f. The schr ADELINE, Teleg Tupier, master, will be dispatched immediately. For Iruight or passage apply to R. GILLESPIE, 113 Front - it. Who offers for sale, ISO bbls tar, and a parcel of W. O. hhd staves, received by said vessel Also 200 bblssupf. Richmond dour 55 hhds Richmoud and Petersburg tobacco 20 tierces rice; 21 b'des upland cotton 56 hhds molasses ; 200 bags coffee Red and white port wine, in hhds and qr. Madeira do do tasks Claret wine, in boxes of 1 dozen each 4 small boxes cotton laces Au invoice of Dutch goods, confuting of snuff boxer, slates, slate peucils, marbles, jewellery, violins, ladies' work boxes, cologne water, &c. Feb 2t For CUARLEV1)J S. C. . The new elegant packet schooner TONTINE, S. Hoyt, master, will sail tins week, having half her freight ready to go on board For remainder, or passage, having ex - Lensive accommodations, apply on board al pier .No. 20 east side of Buihng - .dtp, or to SAUL ALLEY, ft b 23 98 l ine - it. Fur PHI. .A Dh'.LPHlA, The schooner TWO UltOTIIEK.V, Jacob Coi'bon, master, lying east side pier'tW 12, will 5:til positively the last of this mouth. For freight apply to GEO M WILSON, feb 21 130 Water - strr et. ir H.1 V.1.V.H, rr i i , . r , . II . l ne on;.' .maiii, ia)i. urewner, a L regular trader, now loading at Fine - street wharf, and will sail in a few days. For freight or passage, apply on board, or to Feb 21 N. I). TALCOl I . r OK UjIUVAY, The brig H.s"NNwH,0. Hicks, will sail on Thursday next, wind and wea ther permitting. Can accommodate four or Ave more oassengers, on very moderate terms. Ap ply on board, pier no. 13, K. R. or to THUS. Ufci1ISU.H, Feb 21 40 South - st. tsr istilr, t'rtieM or Charier, k j lie i;it smiiug ung c.in.vn iw , J. Rodman, master ; will he ready to Tl. r. t c a 1 1 AD RflV r - fie cargo on Monday next ; lulona, and will caiTy tib.iut 1500 bbls. Apply on board, eist side I ly Market wharf, or tn V. BETHUNE tc CO. Feb 21 92 C. II. slip. For Halff Freight or Charter, k a new punt mini scnooner, anoui i vu - ti.r hurthen, built in the best manner, of good materials, and copper lastened, a very last sailing vessel, and may be sent to sea with small expence. Apply on board at burling slip, or to iM. L. & U. WIII5WIJLU, feh 19 86 South - street. FORAMslKRUAM, y The staunch bng MARGARET, cap - utain Funk, bar considerable part of her cargo engaged, and will be dispatcned without delay, t or freight or passage, apply to 11. U5, No. - 74 Washington street, or to J. C. ZIMMERMAN, feb 19 tf No. 72 Washington street. for We, Freight or Charter, The fast sailing srhr GERTRUDE, Britton, master, just returned from Port au i mice, and is now m rcadmsss to proceed a - jam immediately. This schooner is one year old, 143 tons burthen, and in the best condition. be has handsome accommodations for passen gers. r or terms apply to Feb 16 GRI?WOLDS & COATES. LIN EN i. DIAPERS, etc. i Lii GfcUYDAM, have just received per brig . Pocahontas, from DuMtu, and ship Tho mas Wilson, from Greenock, for sale by the package 13 cases 4 - 4 Irish Linens 2 do 7 - 11 dj do 6 do 3 - 4 brown Linens and Lawns 2 do do black do 3 do birds eye Diapers 1 do ta'ile do 7 boxes 5 4 Irish Sheetings 2 do 9 - 8 do stout do 2 do Long Lawns . 7 bales Droghedas & Ducks 5 do Linen Bedticks. Also, A general assortment oftlie above arti cles, opened lor retail sales, at 61 Maiden lane, very lavnrable terms. feb 45 tl ) ICE. 46 tcircts prime Rice landing Irom 11 schr. Mary, from Charleston, and for sale by GOODHUE tt CO. 44 South - street fep 25 t FL.1X&EED k BE A AS. IO bbls flaxseed aud 10 bbls white beans, for sale by HENDERSON & CAIRNS, Feb 25 81 Pine - st. MOAEY. THE several sums of $700, $800, k. $1600, may be had ou bond and mortgage, by ap plying to PETER DE WITT, Feb 21 lw iSo. 13 William - st. ZOO Hhds molasses, now landing from brig ,gnes. irom .uaianzas. Apply to ISAAC PACKARD, Feb 21 ai Front - st. I tannine It vuU'it ami ( oliun irutHit. F OR &ALE, by tlie Commission Company, I4S I'eai l kVett, Superfine blue black and mixed broadcloths Do. do. do. cassiDtrres - AIko, sattinetts aud cassiuetts of various colors aud inixtnrtj. Fme and coarse plaids an J checks Bed ticking ; Stripes Bleached aod brown shirtings Most oos. cottc n yarn ; together with a gene assortment of domestic good.. They cootiaue to receive and sell on commis domett it goods only. Liberal advances made on consignments, ani every attention given to advance the interest ef those who consign goods to this company. f.btiDiC at is is j 1 1 A OLD JAMAICA RUM. I J - " puncheons high proof old Jamaica Ram, will be landed this day from sloop Knickerbct k er, from Bermuda, east side of Peck - slip, aud for sale by TUCKER a LAUKIEs, Feb 25 No 29 South - st. G , 41 bbls. 1st. proof countrt uin, in hand' some new barrels just received, lor salt by JAQKSON & WOOL LEY. feb 25 75 Wall - street. . MONEY, ' rpWELVE hundred dollars to loan on goo X landed security io this - city. I. quite o. JOSEPH D. FAY, Mu. - feb211w No 94Nasau - 're. t. KW - ORLtAfH cuTitw &l iii..Hi'kn. 20 Halts prime N. O. cotton, 4 do beaver, landing from brig financier, at re market wharf For sale by ISAAC F Jitrr, Feb 25 lw m Murray wharf. ORAM) h.LL - At the City Hotel. A,l R. CHARRL'Al'Dbas (he honor to in - 11 lot in the Lndies and (ientlciucn, that or Thursday evening, 12th ol Match next, his an nunl (Srand Hall, will take place in the Assf iu - hly Room ol the City - Hotel. In the course il the evening two ballets ami several fancy dance will be exhibited and executed by Mr (.. and si vend of his pupils. 1 he room will be elegantly illuminated. Part 1 A pastoral diverting Ballet. 1. March Lod iska 2. First entrance of thecorpde ballet, by 12 young ladies 3. Pas Seul Allegretto by a young lady 4. College Hornpipe by a young gentleman 5. The O a vote de Vestri by Mr. Chnrruuud and a young lady 6. Pas sucl andante by a young lady 7. Pas de trots in tro by three youn ladies 8. Pas seul andantino by a young lady. 9 Grand pas seul allegro by Sir. C 10. Corp de bulla! tinal by IS young iatlit s. Part Z I he ballet i t Sa bolters, or Uie wooil en Shoemaker's Cottage. 1. Enters a cake sella r lot in the forest. 2. Enters Mr. Chairuuud acting part of a clown 3. A pas seul by a youn lady. 4. Enters three Sthotiers and nance with clubs and wooden shoes by 3 young gentlemen. 5. A dance half comic by Mr. C. 6. A pastoral dance by 5 young Ibdies mid S young gentlemen. 8. Grand solo with wooden shoes by Mr. C 9. Final by tne whole. Manager of the Ball, Mr. Biart. The Ball Io commence at 7 o'clock, and the ballets at 9 pre ciely. Tickets One Dollar, to be hod at Mrs. Gallon's 42 Droud it. at the liar ol the City Hotel, Mid at Uie door on mat eieumg. Oenllemen are nut allowed to dance in boots feb 24 8t FOR SALE, A House with two and a quarter acres of ground, pleasantly situated on the HeightliK at Kips Hav, formerly the residence ot Corne lius Kip. The house is two stories high with an elevated stone basement, was built by Mr. Rip tor Ins own use, is n good rcpuir, and commands a fine view of the sound and stir rounding country. The ground is laid out in a handsome garden spot and two pasture lots. There is a good stable and coach house, and a pump of excellent water near th house. An indisputable title will be given, and terms made known on application at No. 45 Wall - st. feb 23 lOt lXi LET, . The following Houses, viz: ihelMUse No. vb John - street The house No. 97 do The house and store No. 395 Pearl - street The bouse and store No. 131 Cherry - street The house No. 23 Courtland - street. Apply to JAMES W. SHAW, feb 41 No. 5 Bowery. FOR SALE AT AULTlOJf, Hilj By C. G. FONTAINE, on Monday, 3d NUrch, at XII o'clock, at the T. C. H. (if not previously disposed of at private sale) that modern built substantial 3 - story brick house," with basement, TJ Leonard - street, it is turniriied witii several accommodations aod Konvenieni ts, so us to lie an agreeable dwelling for a genteel family. There is a pump of excellent water ou the 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 time previous to tlie 1st of May, it required. And in a few days after will lw sold, thefurni ture in said house rnniistinjr of a complete et ot carpets, looatng glasses, pier iauic, Panasonic cut glass lustres, sofas, beds ftid beddiDg. mahogany dining, card and writing tables, chairs He. and n choice collection of books. Also, tin kitchen fnniitnre. febtlt.M rOR SALE. (Or exchangf d for property in this city) A neat country House in the vicimtv ofEli - zabethtown, (N. J.) beau', ifully situated on the Post - road at present in the occupation ot Duct. Grant. It contains eight rooms with piazza in front and rear, a good kitchen, waidi house, milk - oom, and cellar i theie is also, i coach - house, stable for two horses, and other convenient out buildings, all in good repair, about an cre ot land, laid out in a handsome garden and orchard, which afford a variety of choice ti mt, asparagus, &c ami a well ot ex cellent water, with a eood pump. Temib will be made liberal. Apply to J.YCK03 & WOOLLEY, feb 23 75 Wall - street iU LEA Ut, Jora tirm o pea it, The house arid lot No. 20 Cedar - street, ronlaininir six rooms withfue places, besides tsr kitchen, pantries, vaults. .c. und a well of good water. For sale, the unexpired term, eleven years, ol the lot No. 69 Murray street, in the occupation of William Fafters.in, on lease liom the Episcopal Church du St. Esprit. Inquire nf J. W. k W. C. MULLIGAN, feb 25 dtf No. 44 Pine - street. sill) The house and lot ofemind No 18 Rnse - struei ; the lot is 25 feet front and rear, and KM feet deep : the house a brick front, sides and rear tilled in with brick, and built in ibe most substantial manner. For furtherparticulars enquin of A. 8TEENBACK, feb 193w No. 334 Broadway. TO LET, The store No. 20 Wull - strect. Apply Uie store. feb 19 tl G KATE EL B'iARDIXG. FRANKLIN HOC - E. This new, spacious and splendid Building, situated in Baoad - wsy, the great and fashionable street dividing the centre if the city, at the corner of Dev st. will be opened by the subscriber on the 1st of May next, for the reception ot Hoarders It ia titled, and will be furnished in a man ner not urnassed. for convenience and ele gance, by any pi ivate dwelling in the city. It occuoie the most eligible situation, being central, in view of th - Park and City - Hall ; the upper apartments overlooking the whole town, commanding a view of the adjacent country foracircutnfere.iceofiO miles, including the Hook, the Narrows, and the harbour ; and it believed that no House in the country ex - cells it, either Tor elegance of structure or situation s and no exi ne having been spared bv the owner to make it complete for the p'iirp. e. " ever) respect, it will ofier to iw4 crenllemen. and fan - dies vuiting Uie city, the most genteel, plcai .n and retired a - partments. The choicest oi w ine ana Liquors will be furnisneu, a'vu no - .nwoic or expense will be spared.to make the entettainment plea sant, rare and excellent. This ckiablishment intended exclusively for Genteel Bearding. MR?. HENDERSON. (Vsnted to hire, an English Person, as head waiter to the above establishment one who Dmeci v ausUinea in ctot raDccu ncmun. C 1 . - A ! show the most undouW evidence of hb a - i a of in ty, or PUBLIC SALES. P. L. MILLS tc CO. W ednesdav, 4th March, At 12 o'tl. - ck oo lb.: pi finises, th Lot and Houw m i'ulli van - street, 3 doors southeast of Kioome - st, the front ol' the hotisoUol brick, 21 b - :l wide and 35 deep; the lot u 2 1 feet front auJ rear and 70 feet deep thero are A loons with fire - places, and 3 bed - rooms ; the rroot roois tue cot i iced wiOi hard coats, the entry is tiuithed in the tame manner 'I he above bcus if built i f thu test materials, and well calculated for a genteel family The lerm will be reason ..Me ami nade known ou the day of sale. Any t enons wishing tn purchase at piivaie sale, Will i.ii aw ini: autuuu iwui, or uu uie premises. BY J. P DJETERU.H&CO. AT IR1VATESALE, 50( 0 acres of Inud, in Wood County. (Va.) within 10 miles of Marietta, and 5 mites (rooi the Ohio Kiter. 1230 do in the town r Plattsburgb, Clint . n Count), New - York. 400 do. in Pike Coirr'j, Pentii - ylvaiiia, and an excellent improved farm ol 200 ar res, on the Cnshecton turnpike roud The two last will be exchangeil for property in the city of New - York, or lor merchandize. Apply al the auction room. M. - iRlii.E FUR BLILD1JYG, kt. TH E proprietors of the southern marble qua - ric, near King's - Bridge, give notice, Uiat they ha vu on "hand, and are, receiving, at tl.e A'tng's - Zfrirfg - e Marble and Lime - lard, foot of Beach - street, on the Hudson river, an extensive stock of marble lor building, of the following de scription, viz : Ashlar Coping Foundation Stone Chimuey - Pieces Facings Columns Watcrtable Steps Platforms t Sills, Lintels Arches Also Lime of the best quality. A constant supply of the above materials may be calculated upon ; and those desirous of purchasing, or making engagements, will apply to EZRA LUDLOW, Feb 1 1 At the Yard. STREET MANURE. 0 The contracts which are to he entered into lor the street manure, will commence on tha 1st of May next, lor 1 or 2 years, to be mentioned in tlie sealed proposals ; and tlie streets are to be swept and cleaned, from tlie 1st of March to the 1st of January, in every year. Feb 21 The subscribers have formed a connection in hustness under the firm of UALSEV k GOSMAN, at No. 34 0ld - siip. ABRM.HALSLY, frb24nt WILLIAM GO - MAN. NO I ICE. ft7 The subscribers havius received a teae - rafassiuninent of all the estate of John Murrav k Sons, for the benefit of creditors as expressed in the assignment, have authorised Peter Ludlow to liquidate the unsettled accounts and to receive payment of all debts due to the said firm, r to the individual partner' - who will attend to the same at his office, No. Ill Pearl - street. WILLIAM oAlAHO, fchJ4tf HENRY BARCLAY. . In the Advertisements signed bv mt and published in the New - York Gazette of the 7th, 9th and and 14th of January last, I ftee - IV and cheerluily come forward to say. that I was totally mislead in respect to Mr. Arthur Hirst ; that I am perfectly convinced he had no connexion with Lee, and was utterly unacquainted with the transactions between Lee und myself. I do this from a sense of duty to Mr. Hirst's character, wincu I am tree to acknowledge is, from every thing I have heard and now know of him, unimpeachable, as to integrity, honor and honesty t and that I verily believe him not only above committing, but above even countenancing in the least degree, any dishonest or unworthy action, feb 24 lw . JOHN CUFFE. TO MERCHANTS, MANUFACTURERS MECHANICS. . Information is respectfully solicited from all persous, possessing information oo the subject of the late proposed Tariff by the secretary of the treasury, showing the comparative difference between the specific duties as reported, and the advalorcm duties, on goods in their respective branches ; with such coinnieuts as they may think proper to communicate. Communications to be addressed to M. W. Brett, Secretary of the Corresponding Committee of the American Society for the encourage" mcnt of Domestic Manufactures. Feb 24 lw THE FORUM Ey Will be opened on Friday evening next, the 27th instant, at the Assembly Room, City - Hotel, wheu the following question will be discussed : " Ought the minds of women to be cultivated by the same studies as those of men ?" Discussion to commence at 7 .precisely. A ticket will adroit a lady and gentleman. Tickets to bo bad at D. Longworth's, Park, anil at the door, at 25 cents each. ihe surplus proceeds oftbe evening are ap : reprinted to the Society for the relief ol respectable aged indigent Females. Feh 25 MEUICO - CMURGICAL SOCIETY. A Public valedictory Address will be lrlivered before the Medico Chittrgical Socie ty of the University of the State of New - York, bv Jeremiah II. Tickling, of South Carolina, on Thursday the 26ih inst. at 7 P. M. feb 25 2t D. L M - PF.IXOTTO, Sec'ry. A LOST, SMALL Gren Morocco Pocket Book. containing a small turn of money, also a check drawn by James Wood, Cashier of th J If - r son Bank, payable to Wro: M'lntyre or order, (but not indorsed by him) on the Mechanic and r ar - iner's Bank of Albany, for four hundred dollais Payment of the clietli w ing stopped, it can be of no use to any person. A suitable reward will ne given liy returning tne pocket - book and contents at 29 Old ltp. feb 24 3t BOARD Wanted for a gentleman and his wife, in a private family. Address 1. 1. at thisolRce. fcb - 21 lw 1JIUVATE LOIMil vGA'. A sniffle gentleman can be accommodated with one or two rooms, after the first of May next, with or without board, the rooms furnished r not, in genteel and small family, the house is neat and nlrasant. and in a healthy part of the city. about ten minutes walk from Wall - street. For further information inquire at no. 12S Broadway. teb 1A TO FARMERS. T IHE subscriber can furnish the farmers of the adjacent country with ground Plaster Paris in any quantity, on the shortest notice, barrels or otherwise. JOHN BYER3, Feb 23 tf Foot of flarrisoo - st. N. R. WANTED a situatioo in a school ortsri - vate family, a fem ile of respectabili who has been accustomed to teach writine.' arithmetic, geograpb), lie. Any lady in want of such a person, will find the advertiser worthy of notice, having been in tlie above capacity io r.ngiano, ana can prouuee sausiactory referen ces. I ori - irtner pn titulars enquire ol tl printer of this paper, feh 21 FOR SALI - , A CHARIOT and pair of Horses the ehariot is faliH n dile and not snurh the Worse for ware; the horses. are bright nay, young, band - some and well broke : they will be sold together separate, and may be seen in Sluyvesaat - ' ttreet, next door to Sauit Mart's Church. ' Fet - S5 lw (rf Twoo .eli. . w BiildinU'No, 3. to . . $, ..ini ntuv. bility and good cbaracter - none other need, r Lted. Arpl - ,, ,he p.enUe,, t0 J AME3 . apply. Apphcttsoo may be made at IS Dey - I. HAVilLTON, Esq. or atNo.&9 Broadwat. 'treet. fob 84 DiiUf 1 fcbSISdtf -

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