The Evening Post from New York, New York on February 27, 1818 · Page 4
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Jw - iiP' at ha - iSa - mi! IWs NawYor, tying uiaao - lurW uJ mwaieetore. - No. 138 broad !nth a ronhkMnn: oath beet - read, ' wrthio r " " . . i 11 tsrsiianvi ceisorMea , roiacca, urranjea mi VT - owdcbyBeibelt : sr. i' "i.'fct; - i Favorite. Yeaetiaa Air,ameged i oto, 0J Latoor - , ; ; ' Paddy O'Carroir, with variaUocp for the piano rone, Djr r, . oioran. , - , , , . t,.??v.J . - SONGS. i t softl Vet ray Baby Boy ' ' x The - Lait Token, remember ?'. r ' Abo,' at) Mr.1 rtntippt' Songs to be had a . ibeya. . . i. t - ' - ' VI V "Um subscriber will lease or aall tb lot l. J and beirse in which be wt live la Lau - !reua - stret - tt b pretty comfortable boose for a small moderate ramuy, navtng a stone uicosn Md cellar, two rooms do each floor and a bed' chamber ia the garret. , Aero the rear of the house there it a pleasant piara, budt - scarcely three year ago U hat a peat utile garaee eoooi '60 fcel deep, tad a small stable, leading U which there is a gangway from the street Apply to .A. P. Duff, No. otf Wasftrngtoo - iireei, . - ,..,F,b 3 tf JAMES TILL ART. ' '" r OH SALE, ;a1 rVofrmrt lit tbb eiTt oeeew - ioEE. Q A - BRICK HOUSE and Lot No. II fiosrtry - STABLEm the rear - togetb - - at with the LOT, 44 fcet front, 43 feet rear, ami 125 feet oa each aide, j - ' ' ; . ilUUCfc. ami i'U i no. j i fBt7uiiiu ooe and LotNp. 39 Vetey - street. . - ' - VQSp and MOK l UAuc aw ituw aouari. do and . da i . for 750 do "jo" " and ' do - ' for 450 do On rateable property ia the city of New - York. The in'erest lat always been punctually paid. For particulars fnquite at the office of . STEPHEN P. LAMOINE, - 6W tOtf No. r Wall - atreet. FOtt SALE OK TO LIPASE, ljjjy On accommoJatinj ternu, k Dumber ef Water and building lotr, Bear ana ajojDiDj; me liaey - yard, at Brooklyn. For particulars, en - enure of - - " f ; . . , - SAMUEL EVANS, JaaMtf 1 Brooklyn tTORE TO LIT. a. J . The (Ire proof ttore .No. SOoevemear'e ' Lane, (near Water itreet) it to let from 1st May neit - It hat four itoriet, besides a larce cedar aad a tery coromodtouigarret. Being detached from other buildings, there it no risk from fire. Fueseuioa may probably be bud, if required, before the 1st Mar. Appir at 89 South street, to feht TUC'KKK k LAUR1ES. TO LET. J From the 1st May next, the three - story brick house 5o. 18 Courtlaod - ttreet, with or without the stable in the rear Apply to , J. &R.RENWICK, Frbt 18 Coortland - et. The lire - proof store. No. 5, la Goorer Douo's - laae. the third from 3onth - street. ' The lot V ethich H stands It nuderaa advantageous lease, ft years of which ace unexpired. It is Wires stories, with fl re - placet being in front on Goerereeur'i fane 40 feet and in depth 25. An tpaprored am chine for pressing of goods fur exportation ha been erected on the premises, and heretofore profitably employed in pressing cotton, ' Are, ekios, hay, lie. From the fitness of the building, and the convenience which it afford fcr wcrkinj; (be machine, and its nearness to the river1, it may be an object to purchase them together. " . - . e' ALSO, ' The lease (two yean of which are on - el ,i ed) of the three story bouse No. 93 Front - street, third from Oouvei nemt lane." Besides a large More and cellar in front, it affords every Convenience tor a large family, , tCTl Jio. JtVH WL or TO LET. ViiJ Tb house No. S WM - ttreeU opposite tl Jerchaots' and next to the Phoenix Banks sjhalbeea recently built of the best materials, and betides three rooms which have occasionally teen occupied as insurance, broker's and attorney's oflkes, adbrUt every accommodation for a private family. - , - If not disposed of before the 10th Februarv. the abwre will be otTered for tale at auction, of Which notice will he tjiven by Bleecker St JiiMy for niiii"'e"af tn " R. THURMAN, Jan 11 tf No. 86 Wall - st. MOKAGt Storage may be had on (he first floor of the tUne .10 it ouihttreet, which will save the tgtwnte of hinging. . dec M A VALUABLE KAtlM Quueoi county, Long - Island, situated on Bav Vide, 14 mUetfivm New - York, and 3 I 3 from .flushing landing; from whence ptuket boats and itaeat daily ply to and tram He w - York. Satd farm containi about 170 acres, 60 of whir a it wood land ef various kinds of timlier and tbrif ty growth, with two apple orchards, one old, the ewer not more loan ai years old, and con tains ISO grafted trees, all in fell bearing and of the ctk'icest kinds of (ruit and great variety ; there Is .iboot SO grafted pear trees, just in the prime of life, consisting ia part or the choicest kluds ef versaluts, St. Oermaint, and pound pears, and 8 Or 10 English cherry - trees; which are just beginniug to bear. The remainder it uitabl) divided jnlo lots of mowing, tillage and pasture, all enclosed in substantial fence and under good improvement. The manstoh bouse it 30 by 41 feet, built In modern style, of the best materials, and fiuished throughout, with a good kitchen and cellar, and it situated on en eminence, ooeunandint; an extensive view of the bey and adjacent countrv. The court - yard and garden contains a great variety of Ira tt - trees and shrubbery, asparagut beds, strawberries raspberries, gooseberries, and curranttio abundance. Attached it a large barn, sheds, carriaee house. crib, hen house, smoke bouse, and many other Bselul and convenient buildings, all new and in good, repair. The premises belong to Charles Cornell, Esq. late of Flushing, deceased, and combines aamereut advantages, of which it is deemed, unnecessary to enter into a detail, as it is presumed no person will purchase without Brit viewing the premises. For particulars and terms, which will be accommodating, apply to tne soosenbert, on tot premises, wbo will give an inOispotable title to them. - ' ELIZABETH CORNELL,' . Etecntrix. JOSHUA CORNWALL, ' 1 v Executor. Bay - Sde, Flashing, 1 . Feb. , 1818. I , FfbO - lm r, HE1L ESFATH fr aix ia aaooxLTV. .Two 1 ; story new frame hoeatt on Brook - ,ZV1,I'U.V bw of the city and bay of New - York ; aboot 10 muwtes walk from the steam boat ferry. Tbe bowse are well beUt, haviac t tood sooras oa each Aer with fire placet t oe t he lower floor it a good kitchen, beu - rom and pantry . w To ech of the bosses are attached 31 - f lu f57!?lr coaUioing 15 fret frot fcnd rear and I UU fret deen. handsotsvt I.M ; " P,oU - w'h e variery of ahruEhs mfraKtiees.fccjthe whole nrWd With a aew aad tobttaatial fence, ear tbe premise is .u u, winer. r nr inrilier part ca fert, apply to A.SUREW MERCeIV, srovVasbagtoa and Nastan atreett, Brook ho. tTt 'J'O LET. ' ?m the first May next, the store no. i cvmusino. or terms, apply to ' LF.FFEBTi, Jun. F ' - - ' tt William street. , . ... TUBE LEI', TWO COfiV - AtCi fnnml IB tfits kmmea... r a J fa - . . VsastscuiTiii, t Ao 44 1 me - ttreet, suitable for officet or cooat - 5 .ajBUf w v. a. JONES, 1.4 mil. f ttui nil! nn the falls of Warplo - fer's - Cretk, and to the gbborhood of several lan4ings from which lloopt tail weekly., ,U coo - taint 10atoTUvei,ierueianu,wiojwu4 orchard of grafted fruit, wood sufficient for fuel, and ali good fenctv The house eoatasas sre - ral room, bask good Imra, eod ail m excellent main Its situauoo betoy on an elevated plain, renders the place not only healthy, but presents frc the dwelling a delightful bland prospect 4l. another lot of 40 acrea, contiguous to the above, aad bounded southerly by the fells of Weppwgefs - weex. j iibuis sDnus,in BS. cellenf fence and of easy cultivation. What readers that property valuable, is, that it may be snade a nlace ef celebrity . There is already s reded on the tails a sa w - mQl of great capacity, a cardutg - mill, which enjoys the custom of the 'neighborhood, besides several other sriles for feetorie, uooccupied. The whole force of the creek can be diverted with a little expence so as to drive a rae of mills oa a level plot of grvund just below the fells, and accessible by an easy navigation ; where factories of every description, with every facility of power and transportation can be constructed. Alto, a flour - milt, of the first dam. The mill - bouse it large, with 4 run ef Burr ttones, and calculated for 6, with new machinery for manufacturing wheat, sc. with an elevator for raising grain from vessels into the upper loft of . . . . i - i, me mill. . . voouecieu wiui roe mm is e lurg store house for storing wheat and flour. With the mOI will be sold 53 acres of excellent land, on which it tituated five dwelling houses, a large barn, hay house, carnage house, corn critx, hovels, Ic. a coopvr't shop calculated fot 20 bands. Two of the bootes are new aad well Calculated for genteel families i They command a view of the nvtr, with a ceautilul intervale landscape formed by the meandering of the creek immediately in front. There are few placet which associate to many accommodating qualification! for the merchant, mechanic or farmer. ' If not sold at private eale before Tuesday the 21st April, it will on that day be offered at auc tion. Forterms&c. apply to PETER MESIER, xo. 85 Ueaver - strteu Feb to ' ABRAHAM MESIER, TO L K T or Lfi.i SIC, leo.iJ A back huildinK, No. SO James - street containing two rooms 5Ufeet by 30; one is at present occupied or a society, tne other at school room. Possession to be given lit of May next, toquire feb!9 No. t9 Jamet - tlreet OKtAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Two 2 - ftory brick houses and loU,aitoa ted Nos. 37 4: 39 Vesey - etreet. Also, a bouse and lot No. II Bowery, near ChaJhajn - tquare, 44 feet front by 1X5 deep. All on accommodating terms. For particulars ap ply at fto. 33? Oreenwicn - sL Jan 15 tl Q; TO LET, And immediate possession riven, the house ivo. v rean - ttreet, togetner wiui tne eia hie and Coach House ia the rear on Bridge - et. Tne premises sre in complete repair and have every convenience necessary for the accommo dation of a fami ly . For pa rticn Ian a pply to OCtZH . I.. BKAIMM1. JO LLT, .... From the first of May next, a front count ing room on the second floor, together with the upper ions, require no. 1U7 1'eail - ttrett. jan T4 QTOLKTAT RLUOMIMGOALV., The house and grounds belonging to the estate of Jobn Shaw, situated on the eighth ave - On the premises are an excellent double home, stable, coach and ice house, with every thing else requisite for auch an establishment, ft is presumed any other description it annecetsa - nr. at mote lncnnea 10 reot win view ine piarr Also, the larte Ore proof store in the rear of houses II and 13 Pearl - street i where there is for tale some old Madera Wine, by the Demijbn. r or luniier particulars, appty to - ANN M. 8HAW, Jan 89 - II WI - treet. TO LET, ir.ii The nevr brick store no. 62 stone - st Apply to . T. & i. SWORDS. Feb 14 FOB. SALE,. A bouie of two stories, with piazza in fri bUhn rood reoair : containms about thirty fou acres titnate oo Throgt Neck, and near to the farm of Ahijab Hammond the land being highly improved, and containing a great variety of tlie best cherries, applet, peara and pcacbe, in treat abundnnce aud in full bearinz the ad joining water affording ample supplies of fish, altell and scale, svbicn at a iman explore may be led from a creek tj the upland, aud detained in a pond lor daily use a muckerel and baas fishery being alto attached thereto, and where at one draught ot a small teine nave been taken mackerel wnicb sold the next day for one hun dred abd twenty dollars io point of prospect, bealtb and proat tail site tt ao where exceeded - distance from New - York about fourteen miles. Also, lour lots of land near Ihi above two lying on the Soued. containing lorty five acres, and hounded oa two sides with waters land of an exrelleut quality, with an orchard of lour bun - arra sppie trees, inriuoing me ueil snris lor ia hie ue ; and for cyder, the Virginian crab, Enr lith busLie crab, white tty re, coccate, fox wbelp and white lour, with eighty cherry trees tbe black tartarian recommended by Forsyth being one. Ia Irani ol Thee lott are ta:en bast, black fish, perch, mullett, king - fish, plaice, soles, mnck' erel, poray, rike, tmelt, whiting, eels, and occa lionally shetpthead ami shad, with weak - fish and maiihadden iu vast abundance; beds of oysters superior in quality to any marketed in the city, he wry near their shores, with crabs and clams. whilst tb adjoining bay and creeks in the winter season aaound in mark clocks and broad bills, and tome uniet are teen tne canvatt hack aod Wild reeto Ibe land affording; woodrock. email and snipe. The tituatioo cannot fail to please in every respect ; and the rand muy always lie kept in high order, at a trifling expente hy sedge and sail meaaows aiiacnea inereio, and sea weed on veil on lit shores. ' Also, two otlier lots, one containing ten and the other mteeo acres. I bese lots command an ex teotive view of land and waters are altogether suitable for small rural ret eats ; toil n tlie best quality ; and coatain about one hundred and fifty cherry trees, best sorts, and four hundred apple trees, most approved for table and cyder, all in run bearing , and to eacu of the lots will be at tached Ce acret of talt meadow if wanted. Also a lot, containing fifty three acres; about eight in wood. Tbit lot is about fourteen miles from the rity, and ooe rota tl church of the towa ot WMtchciter. If the above property i aot disposed of before Wednesday, the first of A pril next, the tame on that diiy will he sold at public aoction, at tbe Tontine Coffee House, at twelve o'clock, en accommodating terms, as to payments, in txnn cases, for rurtoer inmrma - FREDERICK DE fKYSTKR., Esq. No. $4 Broad sirevt, or aear the premises. .... - iu.:iuu .... 1 ebZ4tApI rfliLI r I. L.I VIL3 I L'.'l Q ot whk FOR SALE OK TO LE.1SE. Lott ia the 5. tt. 8. and 10 Wardt : many itch are on regulated and paved streets. No money win ne required under tan years, if sow, anercn excepted. - Several two aod three ttory hoaeef, on which a pan oi ine money remain on mortgage. LA.VDl.Vfi it urn unnv An excelWntstaad for business, with ten acret .. , t...Uj suuaiea, wiui a wiiari, store noose and bam. COTTON end WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, ?ew ",iren' 40acretof land, and a never rsihnt; ttream. aprm which 20 mills may be iSfilw ' Greenwich street. BLUL ttAXJUAi - J.i.iOj.s. for sale by t UURDfcSKWALU n . - " TO LET.. "The Mibecrlber will le or lease,' for Im m of yeare, bis hoaee at Greenwicti. It it ptea - tantly titoas - deathebaakt efthe tlndsoo, sod calculated to aecoeaaeoostea lanre family. For terms, apply to ,. .. WVIE BfcTHUNE, - Jae3u ttt Wall itreet. lTl FOH SALE, The two houses, No. 48 and 50 Broadway, to tie completely finished aad delivered oa the 15U April next. ' Apply to '? JOHN SUDELL ft CO. Jan 89 tf " Ko. SO Broadway. e"t D SALE, AT AUCTtOA. kVj At the T. C. II. on the lit day of March next, the FARM belonging to the estate of tbe late Or. Isaac Ledyard, tituated one mile south of the village of Newtown, Long bland. Tbe WUliamsbargh turnpike rant through the Farm, on one tide of which is a new excellent stone wall, half a mile in length Tbe farm cootaint about I SO acres. 15 ol which is a fine Wood Lot. with tn annle orchards, on old. the other jest brein ning to bear well, and a suitable proportion of food salt meadow. 1 be Mansion House it large nd convenient, four rooms on each door, with a co. d kitchen and cellars ; attached it a larte bam, crib, hen bouse, smoke house, well, and a new cittern. Ac. The court yard aad garden con tain a variety of fruit treet and shrubbery, a large asparagus bed, raipDerries ana currauu. Alto A FARM adjoiniug the above, containing ahnnt uvtv nrres 1 nttnrbed to wllicb it ane - qua! proportion of Salt Meadow, and a lot of young wood, tituated within lets than a mile of me larm, containing sen acre, wiui nuw hnnw. harn. well, srardea. &C. Likewise A Lot of Land, lying at Spriofield, south of the village of Jamaica, containing between four and live acres, oo which are about a doteo large chesnut trees, suitable for fencing. Tbe above lands wi I be ail regularly surveyed, and mans of the tame exhibited some time pre vious to, and at the tale, and disposed of by tbe acre, wim ioe muHiuigi uwrew, uh.iuicij. fossestioa riven on kbtortt or Apni. , For wrther particulars, apply at 49 Dey - ttreet lan o ini - 1 0 LET. Two neat. new. 2 itorv brick front build - tne. situate in Allen - street, next to tne bau - ai lev. They are nnuhed in nanasome style witn cisterns in the yards, and every other convent ence to render them plcaivt and desirable tene ments. Adjoining the ground on which tbe buildings stand are several vacant lott which will also be let for a garden to the person or per soot who shall hire the houset. Apply to JAMES KNOX, at the ball - alley ; or at hit bouse, S5 Orchard street. Feb 9 tf tCr HEAL ESTATE JX)K SALE. UnilJTbe elegant and convenient three - itory brick hodse and lot No. 96 Bowery, together with a coach bouse and stable fronting on Ba) ard - ttreet, and joining the rear of the before mentioned lot. For further particulars enquire at 31 Wall, corner of William - street. Jan 29 tr Q JO LET, The brick store No. S Gouverneur't Laue, next door to Water - street. ll baa four floors, besides a large cellar and carrel. Posses sion may (probably) be bad previous to the 1st .nay, ii required, a ppiv at zy soain - itreet. - leb 10 lUtKLKfi bAUKIIA OTO LET, A larce convenient modern built house. conch house and improvements, (with or without an extensive xitcntn gariitn and dock loll irons the first of May next ; titaated on tbe corner ol the Frst Avenue and First - street, near thecorjer or North and Allen streets, and about one mile from the City UaH. Tbe tituatioo is elevated and healthy, aad in every rtipect suitable lor ft genteel family. On the premises is a well of most excellent water. Apply to CORNELIUS DUBOIS, Feb tf No. 36 Front - street. A LUUtfJ IAO ROOM TO LET. A pUatant and convenient Counting Kooiu in stoie no, x ulh - street, Irnm 1st May next. Appiyio lutuntiLAWnua, a ti a ewtsr i M ar n imioai feh 3 T TO LET. - AniU Thnte two new and efreantly finished three story houses No. 10 aad 12 Broad - ttreet rnese nouses are punt in tne modern style and finished in tbe very best manner, and from the very desirable situation, both aa to pleasantness and for basinets, it is thought that they are not surpassed, il equalled, by any offered to be let in this city. The apartments for atoret io those Buildings are to constructed at to ne entirely distinct from the dwelling apartment, which contains rfrren rooms and pantries, kitchen, &c. excluded. Every convenience for familiet of re - siiectahility it afforded in them. Persons desirous of tucn situations are invited to view them at any hjur, from 1 to 5 o'clock, except Sundays. The dwelling and ttnres wilt be let separate or together. Apply at 55 Broadway, or to IvIJAS. UAaLbl, 141 Front itreet. ALFO TO LET, That new two ttory brick house No. 8 New - ttreet,nigh to Wall - street, possession 1st May. Also, nouse z uouruaadt - street, in good oraer and fit for a genteel family ; it being now in pns session of I). O. Hubbard, Esq f ottettioo 1st May. Alto, a good two ttory bouse at Greenwich, now in occupancy of Geo. Lindsay, Esq. Also, house ivo. o sjberry - street, suited lor a boarding house, and Ibe lower front room for a ttore. And Houte and two acreaof ground, nesr Manhat - tanville, having garden, &c. Apply at above, feh 10 ll tO LET. House 18 Reed, next to the corner of ii street, very commodious for a boarding bouse or a large family, having two cellar kitchens, four rooms on the first floor, five on the second, and four on the third, all in good repair 1 or particulars, apply to EZRA LUDLOW, feb 7 tf 84 Beaver - atreet. tS - 1 TO LET. From the Itt of May next, the lower counting room ol zo i souui - tUeet. ALSO. The upper counting room, No. 71 South - it Apply to JAMES D'WOLF, Jr. ih 13 57 Front - street JO LET, J he ttore and cellar , under the mam kunduig of the house No. 223 Pearl - street, and a three story h re - prod store in the rear, bow occupied by the subscriber; possession to be giv en on the lit of May next Also, bis stable and Coach - house, situated oa Gold - street, in tha rear of his aforesaid premises, possession of which can be had immediately. Feb J tf JOHN I. GLOVER. To be Lei, Leased, or Sold. The spacious .5 story brick HOUSE, Po 129 Uhamber - street, bavinrr eierv conve nience lor a large family, and a Wrll of excel lent water in the yard. Its proximity to the Square lately opened, rives a view of Ifudson - street from tb - rear ot'the house, and renders the situation airy and pleasant. For terms ap - piyto . JOHN o. MUKRW tl SON, feb 6 113 Pearl - street TO LET. fhe three story brick dwellin?, 87 Nor foik - sireet Enquire of COX &.VONTAUDEVERT, Feb 13 !i6 vCall - st. OFFICE TO Ui s . A pleasantly situated and spacious Office, SJl l earl street, a few doors above Peck - slip Apply to ft. & C. W. DAVENPORT Si CO. Feh It 35 Peck - slip. FIRE FRuOF &TJRK. To let and rwatession first of May beat, the lour ttory fireproof store, No. 34 Sooth - tf. between CVntirs and Old slips. Eoijnire of the subscriber, So. 1 Mjirrsy.or 4S Chnmwr - treet , feb9tf '2.U.CRAIO. . I FOR SALE, nWemf eart, a wealthy, "active and very capable negro Wenrh - t - will be disposed or cheap, as it is iter own lie ,ire Enquire at No. t3 North Hoore - ttreef , - Feb tf' i NOTICE, - . - r a' 1.1. neesont iortchted tn the estate of Mr, ii GEORGE CLEM', - ctecaeed, - (late baker, No. 28 Wbite - atreet) are requested to make immediate pay meat t and those having de - mends asainet said estate will pleaat to prrtent thra,dulyaatbenlicaUd,toMr. UANltX. LEY. alhit porter house, 307 Broadway. MARY CLEMEN, Executrix. feh 19 Sw . , U V h B Y S FATKJIT HAVIUABLB tXAFT BOATS, AWD . f - LOATiaa iivt aiUn THE Navigable Ruft - lioat is tbaped like the common horse - boat ; it formed of a casing of squared pine timber, pitched aod filled ia solid with round Iocs, unttnuned of bark lite whole fixed together with live - oak pins, and iron Lolls at tbe anglet. It it propelled by a water wheel, with upright kutktlt. operating viihtn a (uttrr or raentay, as inmuis. i rw cost is one lonnn of Uiatofordioary horse - bouts, Including all the marhinery. There it a great surface of deck, which may be covered with frame srork, to receive passengers and freight ; and only half the number of horses used on board boats of equal dimensions, ere necessary to carry this rapidly through tlie water, The Navigable Raft - Boat it instantaneously transformed into a powerful! tide milt, by cast ing anchor, and affixing a moveable bopper - inouth or dare, to each end of the raceway, and may be profitably employed in that capacity, wbea aot tn use as a conveyance. Persons desirous of adopting thit invention, which it peculiarly fitted to all the American wa ters, are invited to view a model, at the office of C. A. BUSBY, Architect and Engineer, 3 Law Buildings, Nassau - street, New - York. ' P. S A Navigable Raft - Boat may be built complete io a month, including all tbe machinery JO The editor of the Boston Palladium. Albany Argus, Philadelphia Freemaa't Journal and Democratic Press, Baltimore Gasette, Charleston Courier, and Richmond Enquirer, are re quested to insert tbe above twice a weuk for one month, and forward their accounts to the advertiser, feh 13tf WHfcA ION'S 11 CH OlViMr.A'1. THE long and successful use of this oialmeat is a sufficient recommendation, as it has been found to be a pleasant, safe and certain re medy for tbat disagreeable disease ia all its tta Set. It it for tale in the city of New - York, by . A. & W. R. Post, No. 41 William - street; I. T Clark, No. 85 Maiden - Lane ; H. H. Schieffthntt Co. No. 193 Pearl street; Lawrence & Keese. No. 195 Peart - street ; Hall A Bowoe, 146 Pearl street ; R. 2 L. Murray, 313 Pearl - atreet ; J M. Bradhurst 314 Prarl - atreet ; John Penfnrd. No. 4 Flttrher - street ; Durvee & Poe, io Pearl - street; John C. Morrison, 188 Greenwich street; John P. Fisher, 106 Broadway : Walter A: Seaman, corner of Chamber - it. and Broadway, and also in Chatham - street ; and in tbort it may be procured at most of the Drug Stores in thit city Alto in Philadelphia, of S. Wilherell It Sons ; George Hanell , North Si Ro gert, and almost a4 the druggists io the principal towns io the - United States. like wist, W BEATON'S JAUNDICE BITTER? may be had at the above placet. jang6u NEW BOOKS RECENTLY Tubhihed and for sale by KIRK tl MERCElN. 2 Wall - street, aaaraativs of the President's Tour, made during tbe tu aimer of 1817, through the o - rth - easter o and southwestern departments ol lie union, ice Ac. ; Lord Amherst's Embassy to China, tlie Memoirs ol Claudius Bucb:inao ; Mandeville, a novel, by w m. bodwin ; Letters from the Cape or Good Hope, being a reply to Dr. Warden i letters ; Knight of St Jobn, by Miss Porter ; Bingley's Uclul Knowledge ; Coxe on Fruit Trees, with 300 engruvings ; Purity ol Heart, or woman as she should be, a novel, by an old wife of twenty years.' feh 8 By authority of the males of jYcw - Jeriry and Yew - For. TIIE M1LFORD ii OWEGO ROAD LOT J. TERY, for tar ilitaling the intercourse between tbe western parts ol the State ol New - York and the City of New - York, through the stales oi renatyuania ao - i mew - jersey. SCHEME. 1 prise of 70,000 DOLLARS 1 35.0(10 DOLLARS S 10,000 DOLLARS 3 6,000 DOLLARS 10 1.000 DOLLARS 30 500 DO.. LARS 140 100 DOLLARS 300 30 DOLLARS 3336 Prizes not two Blanks to a Priie 10.000 Ticketi Part of the Prizes will be determined at follows : First 1000 Blanks, Thirty Dollars each. First draws No. 1st day, will be entitled to 500 1000 500 5000 600 10000 600 1000 600 35000 500 1000 600 70000 500 1000 600 11)00 600 at the is and will he compl - ted in twenty drawings. The pnxes win be paid al the Union Bank, in the ci ty of New York, sixty days after the drawing will bt nnuhed, subject to a deduction ol 15 per ecu i. CHA9. KINSEY, D STUART, Commissioners JNO. LINN . Ticket - 30 dollars each ' Adventurers and Dealers can be snpnlied oo application to ISAAC u. OG DEN, JaoSOeodtf 48 Wall - street X; O. 207 Waler - slreel, returns his il i.y his customers, solicits their cootinuance, offers for sale charts ; sextants ; quadrants of all sorts ; azimuth, alof and "ther compasses ; a handsome selection of circumfe renters, some with ooaiuses, to take minutes with stalls patent binnacle lamps, new invention ? - pateut lights, of flint gluts, for ships, ftc ; patent camera lucidat ; brass tua diala to any latitude ; telescopes, I rots (3 to 30, with double magnifying power, some on brass stands for country bouses ; silver and silver gilt spectacles and others; glasses put into spy glasses and spectacles barometers, thermometers, b drometert : betides numerous other ar ticles. And oiert bis tervire (as an importer of. instruments iron uooaon) io colleges or seminaries, having been a resident in Loohoo for many years, and a maker of tbe principal instruments. Ijondoa manufactures more instrument! in the Optica), ntalhematical line, ftr. Oian all the world logclrtcr. Their numerous expensiva tools and machinery enables them to tell cheap, and excel every other cowitry in that line. Gvntleaten who wish to favor him with U.eir orders may rely to be euied at a cheaper rate than hey can import instruments themseitet. Instruments not common for sale in New - York aad expensive, universal equatorial, theodolite, variation compasses for observatory, rain guages, land dipping needle, and marine do. for circumnavigation round tbe globe, mechanic power, hydrostatic ol balaa - ce. with BPfieratus, globes, fcc. Catalogue may be seea of the prices of instruments. ' Corfeer plates and draughts of his owe. Compasses with woodea bowls, oak dovetaiPd ooxea, barncedies and lsmg gtast cards, at a mo derate price perdoten; wantage rods, at tlie re duredrice $ 5 per dozen and 74 ceats a piece. do 3d do do 3d do . do 4tb do do 6th do do 6th do do 7th do do 8th do do 9th do do 10th do do 1Mb do do Itth do do 13th do do 14th do do 15th do do 16th' do do 17th do do 18th do do 19th do do SOth do This Lottery will commence dr POST COACH USE wTHlLADELPHiA n't f - 1 - J "f VT 7 T - r - T ' ' ' X IXrORTAIlT TO FAnEHCEkS. " ( No coeaection with the poet chaise line; PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPO - KITION HKVIVED. A NEW Line of Post Coaches with every con - rX. yenience for passengers and basgage, on Springs TH ROUUH IX 0i WAI. ' , TK Post Coach will start from the Coach ol - fice, old No. I Courtland - street, N. York, every morning Sundayt excepted, at 1 - 3 past fio'clock, by way ol Iewark, iew - wruoswK, rnmc ton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the same evening. - ... The Steam boat Line INDUSTRY,, wiU start from New - York every morning (Sundays excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the blenm Boat Alaiania. irnm me norm sine vi urn diwiji lodge at Kingston, and arrive ia Philadelphia next day to dine United States Mail Coach, with a guard, wilb every convenience for passengers and baggage, ou tpringt. Tlie U. S. wail coach will start from the coach office, old No. 1 Coortlandt - ttreet, New York, every day at 1 o'clock, r. li. ana arrive at Philhdelhia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only H nasseneers anmiueu. For seats inthe above named Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at tbe old ettauiisnen Coach, Stage and Steam Boat office, at the old No. 1 Courtlandt - ttieet, tue second omce iroin Broadway, New - York ; to ISAAC BROWN, Sa. I Washinerton - streetzortoA. T. GOOD RICH & CO. No' 124 Broadway, comer of Cedar - street, New - York. (fc - AII goods and baggage at the risk oi me owner. JUStrtl nurv, Buna a tu. N. B Expresses sent to any part or the continent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Jan 2 i - osT CHAISE LIN.. FOR PHILADELPHIA. The POST CHAISE, with every convenience for Passengers and their baggage (ibrough in one day) will leave the Pott Chaise Office, 1 18 Broadway, opposite the City Hotel every day (Sunday excepted) at ball past fio'clock in tbe morn - inz. by way of Newarkvaod arrive tbe same day at Philadelphia. The MAIL PILOT, ia opposition to the Mail Coach, with superior accommodations for Passengers and their baggage, will leave the same place every day (Swnday excepted) at half past I o'clock P. M. will proceed before theMail,and no subject to the inconvenience of stopping at the numerous Post Offices on th road, but every accommodation provided for tbe traveller, and arrive some hours before the Mail at Philadelphia. Fare 7 dollars. All goods and baggage at the risque of Ue owner. J OH N N. CUM M WO. Newark. JOHN GULICK tt SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON HOWELL, Philadelphia. JV. B. Erprenti tent to an part of the United StiUft. bo I . BAKER A CO. Feb 24 U. S. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, WITH A GUARD, ffy Tbe public are assured that this line is equal to any in the U. S. for the convenience and comfort of the traveller. WiUi the addition of the guard, the passenger may rest secure as to bit baggage and person hi lately the coach never beuur. left whilst chancinc at tbe post officet, without a person on the box. The way mail It put ia separate bags aad changed ia Ue European style. The U S. Mail Coach wilt start from Ibe coach office, old - No. 1 Courtland - st.eet, New - York every day at s o'clock r. ftl. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at o'clock; only 6 passvacers admitted io l his coach. For seats apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at Ue old Coach and Stage Office, old No l.eecond of e from Broadway in CourtMadt - strcet, or to A. T. GOODRICH Co. No. 134 Broadway, comer of Cedar - street, New - York. N. B. All goods aod baggage at the risk of tne owners. J. LYON ft SONS, Powlee Hook. WILLIAM GULICK ft CO. Kingttoo. CHESTER BAILEY, PbUadelphia. Expresses sent to any part of the Continent by jan 30 THOS. WHTFIELD. 17" ANTED. A white girl about 16 years v y oi age, to attend on a lady and one child. One who can bring recommendation satisfactory as loneraiapositton, neatness, sic. may hear of a good and permanent place, by applying immediately at No. 64 Greeowich - tt. jan to ALPINE SOAP. f7" The subscribers offer tbe gentlemen of Out city their Alpine Soap, which only needs a trial to prove its excellent qualities, ia reodering ihe operation of shaving caty .it it possessed with maay good and useful qualities ; it - softens the beard, prevents chopping, and gives that comfort and pleas in c satis faction in shaving at not to fail to recommend it to general use and to merit the approbation of a renerout public. Tbe subscribers do not with to enter into a long detail of this valuable soap, but . i i .i. : i . .r .. . Ulry iuwdii ll uijhiici vi genuine wa. Jutt received, an assortment of the celebrated patent Penetrating Hair Brushes, fancy articles, hie N. SMITH DAVIES Ic CO. 136 Broadway, nearly opposite City Hotel Who always keep at general and as good an as tort meat of articles in their line as any store in this city. N B. Please to observe that all the articles made by N. Smith Daviet Ic Co. will have their raine oo in copperplate or typs. feb 7 ta, s AW "VYIL..iAfti ihhiKuk, .vi Y T corner of Fulloo - street, New - York, having received a large supply of the real JAPAN BLACKING, of Day ft Martin, 97 High Hoi - bom, London, offers tha tame, ia wholesale er retail, for exportation, or home ceosumplioa, on terms the most liberal and advantageous to purchasers. This inestimable composition, with half the u - sual labor, produces a most brilliant jet black, fully equM to the highest japan varnish ; afford - peculiar nourishment to the leather ; it will not soil the finest linen ; is perfectly free fi - nm ny unpleasant smell; and will retain its virtues in any climate. As an looontrovertible prrof of the superior excellence of this blackirg, it has stood the test and roenmanded Ibe most extensive sale ia all qnartert of tha globe, for npwrdef half a tnry. ; : . Feb IS A dim ling pabiir kaow hew lodaUAnhk i tween thingt that differ. Arm XJ of the cityof LoIlonTS number of the (acuity cphvi!, aad surgery there, deeim it ty to repeat tomrooseryatioai c. the abase of MERCURY a rath, indiscriminate, and anquat fled use uwreof, t as beta prS, tive of infinite aatcLieL tv. lajxJt are annually mercurialized out of ence. J he disease we have in view owes its u" tal resulti chiefly to thit source. What a nitw rtrnt a young man, the hopes of his coantry.Z! the darling of his parents, should be sa itched way from all die prospects and cnjoyBxaU of Ba by Uieconiequencetofone acgaarded moiatnL and by a disease not in its own nature fatal. rj wlii:honly proves so fiom neglect or imam!. treatment." A eentleniar, (late Dr. tknt) now perfectly hearty anj weli j. J" enderpro'ikinnsof geneidl practice, sixyW and repeatedly talivaWd; when retuimmended tl Dr. H. (by a geatlemaa of lliit city) hit hoail were carious, and hit flesh dropping from fTgnT hit friends declared he could aot possibly wrm t wo juofiUit longer. Thousands expemcaf.? know with what ease and safety Dr. H. irirl cates the severest cases, and confirms thecoma tution. The Doctor's plua (advertising) iT cetiary to guard the public against thaanos. mercury, and other fatal delusions, held forth 1'crscns, therefore, having contracted a nr veto disorder, or suspecting latent poison. admonished not to tamper with their comtrtl tion, or conceal the disorder, till past record ry ; others having tlie remains of an old casT or otlier impurities of the blood, as well as oik' er complaints of a delicate nature, ia - iiiZl sex. should remember posterity, aad doimtir to their consciences, by making aDplicsw to Dr. H. at bit old and retplctablt Test.2 lishment No. 64 Water - ttreet, four housei Twetl of Old - snp, to obtain that prompt assistance? lone calculated (o prevent disclosure. And hsn let me claim your seriout attention lUmembsr a superficial cure is oo cure at all; unless thehZ. tinettit radically done, you will certainly bw the disorder break out again with redouhlid ligtrity, at some future period ; perbaiit tbea will be too rate for remedy. Don't you often meet is! the Btreett miserable, mutilated beimn, wifhotat evea a bit of nose oa their face i Tak?warZt 1 beseech you. fi Dr. H'a. character for skill and stubborn fate. - grity being universally known in thit city. sinr. I804,gusrantee to patients tbat delicacy ind secrecy hitherto unknown, and having confiard kk practice for years past, exclusively to the cart oi diseases of tiie blood syttank, they may lately cai culate oa the most decided advantages iai - n. tailing Dr. H. M C0 GleeU eradicated ia twe or three week. Strictures removed without bougsesrwasy other instrument ; and all dcmlitieet likewise a old ulcerations, fistula's ftc, A plurality of offices are prorided, aad so tiav ated that patients are not exposed toeaofa ohWi observation. Open till half past 9 io the eveniox. All persons cooceroed are iavited to be free m i ailing, and speaking with Dr. H. which it frea of cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid the txprettioa of gratitude for iaaamerable reeom - mendauonB) and for the decided preere ore (it ia presumed with just cause) lootr riven hlia h judicious puhlic . i. a. aii icuen muai oa pott paid r Dr. Buchanan. j Aug 37 Is NEITHER QUACA ARk Si OR iMtVSU TION. DIR. EVAN3' superior meOjod of curiae; a cev. tain Diteate, is now uaiver sally acknowledged in but city ; hit mode of treat meat is perfectly mild, safe, ex - petlitious, aad his charges reasonable, la every ia - taace he warrants aevra, u wui reuuaine pay line does aot perform agreeable to contract. There are maay persons m ikit rit it. t. cinity, labomig under vanoes diromw di - eases, such as cancers, old mvetetate ulcers, aerswuta or kings evil, ftulaa diseases of the tuethra, bladder and kidniet, cJa compucaied aomplsuota nfa. certain nature, bihous aad otha ahatnuv. tions, rheumatism, Ac. which they consider inca - iTiniT linanitsdi in Eurorje 13 ream, mvler miu tkm first Surgeooi and Physiciaas ia the world, aad made those obstinate tfiseaset his constant study for 30 years. . - Oct If fr WHEATON Ic DAVIS, Fancy Chair Manufacturers, No. 153 Fulton - street, etwotite St. Pauls Church, offer for sale, wholesale aad retail, a large and elegant assortment of Curld Maple, plain painted and ornamented in gold It broate, Bamboo, Plaia and Gilt Balls, Rock - ins. Sewing, aad Conversa tion Chairs, Sofas, Settees, Louiieeet, Musk Stools, ftc. Orders from aav part of tbe continent executed with neatness and dispatch. Old Chairs repaired, painted and oroaateeted. ocl 13 - . U" The subscriber having recently returned from England with xa important improvemeatoa) - uie wu uiH,ui vjriua; ulu, urn isscs uia snsuwia of informing bis friends and the public, that all those wbo are so unfortunate as to be in waat of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by ap plying at no. 77 U arc lay - street, new - fork. Jao 33 WM. PURVIS. ' Dtic "lie LEPS ITCH OINTMENT," WARRANTED ao infallible remedy at ww application, may be weed with perfect safety on in fonts a week old, aot CotrUm'ng S particle oi mercury ,or any dangerous ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with that effsa - sive smell which attend Uie application of other remedies. ' ' The above medicines are prepared aad sola at LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 46 Maidea - Laae, and sold by 8. CARLE, cornel of Fultoa aad Water - streets. ' Druggitti and country sbvra - keepers supahed on liberal terms. Jaa 89 A COUNTING ROOM TO LET. A PLEAnANT Counting Room oa Ibe lower rx. floor of the ttore No 23 SouUi - street. Apply at No. 39 South - street . feb 14 BLOOJFtELOItFRAZEHS PATENT. THE public are invited to call at No. 38 M&iden - lane, aod examine an opea stove jutt conttrocted by the subscribers, after a mode imported from Amsterdam, with improvements; of their own, and now for the first time made ia the United Mates. This patent combines all the cooTeniences and comforts of an open fire p'0' with atl the advantages of a dote stove t idwrd in Ihe cheap beat ol the latter and at lB,fa" time the handsome and pleasant appearance o( the former. For bed chambers they are unpa - rallclled by any invention yet teen in thit coos - try. . BLOOMFIELD ft.raAZR - Fehl2 tf - ' 1 NEW - YOCK s PRINTED AND PUBLISHED MICH MEL BVRNBAltk CO., No. 43 Piaa - tTnxrr. 12J rable, taey ca eensjuiy oe cared pa geoeraT by applying at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store. No. 9. Peck - siiiv having practjted ia svUuiia II ll"H nj

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