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, n For Sale, Freight or Charter, tin. - r... :i: KAIf .OR BOY. iniuHwiu'j & r Dji miiitf! now reaJr to re s', iwuiumif F v ra cargo ; 175 tons, and, win carry auoui 600 casks flaxseed. Apply on board, east side nMarketwharf,or)tOBETHuNEtco mhg , 92C.H.slip. " CHA RLE.yitf. is - C. Tii. mUmnt. new. and fast sailin? pao 'w u - Knnner TONTINE. S. HovL mas - ... ,u mi wadnesuav next, oavins a larre proportion of her freight. For the residue, or passage, having very superior accommodations apply onboard, at pier no. 20, cast tide Burling - lip, or to v' SAUL ALLEY, mhg J88 t'ine - st. tor HI. CHOiX, The regular trading coppved brig , WILLIAM - HENRY, to ii.il on the lOtniust. For freight or passage, having fine accommodations, apply to READE & DE PEYSTER, mh 2 lw 31 Old slip. For Hate, Freight or Charter, ff The substantial brig RECOVER, j22onna,n' roaster, 242 tons, will carry a large cargo, and is in readiness for a voyage ; He's at pier - uo. 10. Aplyto JOSEPH dSBORN, Feb 23 28 South - street. For Freight or ( harttr, The sch'r. A UEl.IXE, captain Tup - - per." A freight to Opoi to, Lisbon, or a southern port, would be preferred. Applv on board, at Fly - market wha; f, or to R. GILLK - P1E, Jfeb 27 113 Front - st. For .ir .(WH, The fast sailing par ket brig AURORA, 1 VVm. Thntunann. matter, will .Ail on jgsammt i 1 - - Weunrvlav rtfxt in the mean time will take what freight mty offer; for whkh, or passage. Laving excellent accommodations, apply on board east side Old - slip, or to POTT 4: M'MNNE, . Feb 26 .J" ' 56 South - st. 771 . tiij iuvi.yuto.v, jv. c. Mv Thljaf.r ADELINE, PelegTupper, S - jr - '. rna - tc:TViU be dispatched immediately. Fur Imglit on! fassage apply to R. G1LLESWE, 1 12 Front - st. ' Who offers for sale, 100 bbls tar, at.d a parcel of W. O. hhd slave, received by said vessel Also 200 bbls ;upf. Richmond flour 55 hhds Richmond and Petersburg tobacco 20 tierces rice; 21 bales upland cotton 55 hhds molasses ; 200 bags colfee Red and while port wine, in hhds and qr. Madeira do do tasks Claret wine, in hoiei of 1 dozen each 4 small boxes cotton laces Mn invoice of Dutch good.', consisting of snuff vbxes, slate, slate pencils, marbles, jewellery, violins, ladies' work boxer, cologne water, iic, Feb 21 . . , , ' FOR AMSTERDAM, The ttaunih brig - MARGARET, cap - tain Funk, has considerable part of her cargo engaged, Rod will be dispatcned without ileluy. For freight or passage, apply to H. VOS, No. 74 Washington - street, or to J. C. ZIMMERMAN, - febl.O.tf. . . . No - 72 Washington street. . For FRMUHT or CHJHTH.H, vf tv The fast sailing schr. SALEM, bur - iioo bbls. has made but two voyages, and s now in readiness to receive a cargo - For terms apply on board, at Pine - street wharf or to G. G. & S. HOWLAXn, . , I feb 26 77 Washington - street.' - For L H or LtU Kit - lithe valuable fast sailinir briir AG - iNF.SS. captain iiarVis, at Fly - market wharf, two years old, burthen 184 tons, win stow upwards of 300 hhdsis in all respect in excellent order, and will be ready to receive a cargo in two day. Apply to N. D. T LCO IT, 'fib 26 64 .South - street - fXJH aALK At Hit. bUiF - l.ihU Or THE SUBSCRIBF.R, . A SLOOP, now building of the best k materials, about 100 tons; timbers of live .oak, locust and cedar; bottom plank Jersey white oak, built on purpose for the Albany trade. A SLUOr nl 50 tons, calculated tor l any trade where dispatch, burthen, and , easy draft of water is reqoired. ' A pariagtia aUrlUU.iba, ol 4Utons, lWiU draw but little water, with a lee - .board thronzh the centre of her keel, and is expected to sail very fast. Also, Mllf orrou tone, calculated ifor a Liverpool or lon.lon trader, (that tjJican be finL'hed to suit the purchaser.) Spars, timber and plank. Also, timber sawed to bills for bouse building. oov6 U CHARLES BROWNNF.. For Hale. Freight or Chorttr, A new pilot boat built SCHOON ER, .abotvt 150 Ions 'burthen, built in the beM manner, copper - fastened, in complete order to receive a cargo in every respect a good vessel. Apply on board at Barling - slip, or to N.L. fc G. ORIS WOLD, Jan 19 C6South - rt. forfait - Freight or Charter, A new pilot boat built schooner, 120 .ton Dunnen, outlt m the pest manner. ot good materials, copper lastrneu ; a very fast sailing vessel, anu mav be seut to sea with small expense Apply on board at Unrlms; slip, or to N. L. tG. GRISWOLD, P Jan 19 ftfl South st. ne new nnu saii nuiingung r A 'iiw iiiibuiU of the beet seasoned timber, and - t r . i i - r T - faithfully put tosrthcr. Her rtarsinz and sail are of excellent quality. This - vessel is well calculated lor a southern packet, having hand - tome accommodations.' For terms, and a view oi ner inventory, aoply to 7 G RI3 WOLDS fc'COATES, Jan 23 68Souih - st. For 6oe, Freight or Charter. rVy The brig cIDN EY, Crispin, 156 tons rfJiia staunch good vessel, lat el v rut in sood viuer iora voy age ! or term apply to J.4MESD'WOLF,junr. . Feb 13 57 Front - st'. 1200 NAK1.V. PieYTJ blue - nanlrimt. nf nrr mn. rior anality, entitled to debenture, for sal at 7 Waviington - sL ' eb 18 . G. G. L S. HOWLANO. FLOUR and TOBACCO 000 bbb. Rich - mood tunf. Floer 2! hhds old and new Tobacco, ') kegsmanufdurrtf d .6 Ji 8 hands to the lb. or sate at 10 Front - street. frb 13 1 ROKES,' DAVIDSON tt CO. CL)rii5 2 cases tapetnne London cloths, ' 2 cases xtra do. Jmt received per Washington, and tor tale b r.(M, UURD tt SEWALL, .Iff, . i . . . . . - NUMBER 4903 FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1818. NO. 42 PINK - STREET. fTOR SALE, the cargo of the ship Cririe. cap J? tain Humphrev. from Cdcitta. and now landing at th j footofLiberty - stret - t, coomtiiig of tail inaia sugar Cotton Ginger; Block Tia v Gum Sliellack Gum Copal Goat Skin of a large site Seine Twine and Gunny Gag Also for sale, India Muslins of almost every description. Also, a r mall quantity of Rattani, and Odor of Roses. For sale I y jan7 ROBERT LENOX. f lOllUA new crop, prime, suitable lor Vy manufacturing, will be sold in parcels to ac commodate purchasers. Also, a few bales of old crop. Enquire 148 reari - sireei, up siairs. an o STRAITS BRANDY. WENT Y five pipes Cette Brandy, for tale by CHAS. L. OGDEN, and ABR. OGDEN, Jan 9 Washington - street. WINE, OIL, PAPER, K.C. 130 (jr. cask and 200 half do dry Malaga Wine 5 qr casks and 20 half do sweet do very old 153 dnColmenardq 300 hlf chests Sweet Oil, 30 bettie each 100 boxes do do 12 bottles each 50 bales Italian foolscap and letter Paper 50 do Gazette dn large siie 9 cases Fe.t Hats 15 rases Liquorice Paste ' . 1 box O trich Feathers, 1 do Chip Hats 3 d Manna in fluke Mar'Je mats, veined and statuary, assort' ed sizes, for pier tables, tic. A few boxes very superior Anchovies and Olives 500 Marble Mortars, from 10 to 24 inch 10 this Furs, consisting of . Wild Cat. Raccoon, Fox, Muskrat, and Otter Skins Gunny Bags, Kc For sale hf CH S. L. OGDEN, and ABR. OGDEN, Jrxn 12 Washington - street. G "LAsSWARE 15 hhds. Eng. Glassware, consisting of Winrs and ''umhlfrs, for sale by CHA3.L. OGDEN &AHR. OGDEN, I n 22 Washini;tiin - st' L'PUR tliousaud Gunny Bags, lortnln by V CEBRA it CUMING, Jan 23 7G Pearl - street. X CUT MILL SAWti, &r. A SMALL invoice of X cut Mill and Pit Saws, G. S. and C. b. f r tale bv ANDERsON A: SHEARER, 131 Water - street. Who have in Ptore, Hand, ripping and dove tail Saws, brass and iron back Cat Stel Chise! and Gouges Mortice Chissels and Drawing Knivps Patent Carolina A: Virginia iiors, No. 1234 Wrought pails, 4d, 6rl, 8d. lOd, 12, & 20d Brass and copi er ire, of all sizes Rolled and Sbvet Brats, Bras Pant London Pin, Nos. 3 1 - 2, 4, 4 1 - 2, 5 Hardware ami Japanned Ware, assorted fo the country trade Engraven' Copper, in plates of all sizes. jan 12 ' " I LASlER OF fAKIa. ' A CONSTANT supply pf ground plaster of paris, in barrels,' suitable for the touthern marUrt. Ordert left with Waller Neiseo, No. 174 Front - street, corner of Biirling s'ip, will be promptly attended to JOHN BYKR3, Foot of Harrison - street, Ncrtli - fiiver. Jan 19 If iy nnai - vi - i loii.iccu u fiaUUk. O tlftdsM.l Virginia locco 55 do new crop do do 6C bnl flue flour 15 do middling do. For sale by' . VASQU,!VreURON&CLEEMA.N, feb 7 tf No. 72 Washington st r UiCKSILVEK. - 20,000 lb. Quicksilver Vif tale by , N. L. & G GRISWOLD, jan 21 86 South - street CASalMEHFS, o.i FTIA'KT'J'S ASD C.ISsltfr.TTS. 4 FEW rase bluet, blacks and mixtures, of A various Hinds, manufactured tor a southern market, will be told low for cash or approved paper. Also, at reduced prices, several rase of blue, black and mixed broadcloths, among which are tome ol tvolcou's tuprrunet, at Die COM. COMPANY'S Ware - House, 148 Pearl - street. fehll mORACCOft RICE. 100 quintal first qua. JL lily Spanish Tobacco 44 tierces prime Rice, per tchr. South Caroll na, for sale by JONES & MEG RATH, fcb 11 8J South - street. Superfine .Hmenean OlSOH.iMS. 8 rases fine ginghams, fur tale low by The Commission Companr, Feb 18 D&C ' ' 148 Pearl - st. PIANO FORTE FOR SALE. 4 NEW and fashionable instrument, made by i one of the best London manufacturers, and in complete order,' will be sold cheap, as the owner wihcs to leave the city. Enquire at 32 iseaar - sireci, corner oi Broadway. Janal BROWN, stone seal engraver and jewel - X . ler. No. 166 Broadway. Coats of arms crests, cyplters, Sic. engraved on atone. A handsome assortment of fine gold seals, chains, and other jewellery. Ladies' seals engraved with coat of arms, mottos, and funcy devices. Diamonds, amethyts, crystals, Sec. bonght in the rough or cut tn any form. Rooks of. heraldry kept with upwards of bU.UUU name. . Jan 7 3m FIXHJR anJ FOB CCO. 200 bbls fine Virxinia Flour super 6i kegs second quality, roanufd Tobacco, Landing from the tchr Kelvidcre, and for tale WALSH a GALLAGHER, yh16 66 8nuh - t eet. JTfcLR SKIN teh 7 - 6 bales brt qunlitv lor sale ' SAUL ALLEY, 98 Pw - strert. 1 LOUR 100 bbl Richmond (Mayo mills) Flour, in store, for sa'.e bv GRISWOLD k .COVTE - S, feh 16 86 Southtreet. CANDLES. - tiOhoxes eastern iuouM caodk - s just rec - ivert, for sale by feb II JOS OSBORN, 63 South st. COT'IVN. 64 Oalet Prime Upland, for tale at66Siiuth - treel,'by Jan27 WALSH h GALLAGHER. SHAWLS. 4 trusset col'd and fringed Cloth Shawls, handsomely assorted, received per Ana Maria. CAMBRELENG & PEARSON, Jn29 67 Sutb - treet. QUERCITRON 11 ARK. FIFTY htxtt. and boxes of very line quality, for sale by H 1 C. G. fe S. HOWL.VND, Jan 23 7 Washington street. A ( Ho"m" 1 hhS ' k ARGOL, about firU 1100'b, for sale br Feb 20 R.liC. W. D V EN PORT & CO. (I I A DURA WINE. 37 pipes of superior It A ouality, for sa'e at 67 South - street, bv , CAMBRELENG & PEARSON, fb?7 LINEN3. DIAPERS, etc. LSz C.SUYDAM.havejiist received per brig . Pocahontas, from Dunlin, and ship Thomas Wilson, from Greenock, for sale by the package 13 case 4 - 4 Irish Linent 2 do 7 - 8 do do 5 do 3 - 4 brown Linent and Lawns" 2 do do black do ' 3 do birdt eye Dinpert .1 do table do ' 7 boxes 5 - 4 Irish Sheeting! 2 do - 9 - 8 do stout do 2 do Long Lawns 7 bales Droghedat & Duckt 5 do Linen Bedtickt. Alto, A general assortment of the above articles, opened for retail sales, at 61 Maiden - lane, on very favorable terms. leh 15 tf fr RUM, ic JJ puncheons Jamaica Rum, jnst arrived and landing from the brig David Richards, from Falmouth, (Jam.) and for sale by A. D. DUFF. 69 Washington - street. Who has for sale in store, L. P.Tenerifle Wine, (Pnsley brand) in quarter casks, imported July, 1816 Do do in hhds. and qr. casks, do August do Do' do in pies, hhds. and qr. casks, do September do 30 pipes, 100 hhds and 280 qr. casks do entitled to debenture 45 pipes Cape Madeira Wine, ship'd in 1813, Irom the Cape ot Good Hope, and entitled to debenture . Port mid old Libbon wines, in assorted casks 59 boxes of claret wine 132 do grave wine and one cask cardwire. feb 7 tf j J J Hhds molasses, now landing from brig Agnes, from Matanzas. Apply to ISAAC PACKARD, Feb 23 35 Front - st. RAVENS DUCK. 101 pieces heavy Ravens Duck, for sale by HURD & SEWALL, feb 19 65 South - street. OIL & CANDLES. RIPLEY k WELD, I92 Front - street, have constantly on hand, at wholesale and retail, winter and summer strained Spermaceti Oil. Also, Tallow Mould candles ol superior quali ty, from Wioitup't Factory, Charleston, Mass. let l IjlNGLISH WHITE LEAD. :60 kegs Eng. .J lish White Lead, ground in Oil, landing from ship William, and lor' tale by TUCKLK & LAL UIKS, feb IS 29 South street. UPLAND COTTON. - 15 bales prime Up land Cotton, landing and for sale by SAUL ALLEY, 98 Pine street. IN STORE, 43 bales Sea Island Cotton, for tale as above. i LA??" A lir., A - c 4 uoxe auoiied glass, vJ consisting of , Large sized Window Glass Dei anters, Tumblers, Inkstandt Watch Glasses, iic. 2 boxes Fowlin Pieces. Just received per Winured, from Amsterdam, on HARD. A quantity of minuets, entitled to debenture tt cernous nrst quality liiuigo, ana 2 hbls White Lead , For sale by , J C. ZIMMLRMAN, feb 7 1m H vV ahinstnn - trt. O I ull'r.S 'A) cxt superior American olue KJ stripes, for salt by the COVIMISMON COMPANY, Feb 18 DfaC !48Pearl - tt. Ol COTl OA". iVBACCO, Ke. 6d JL bales prime Alabama cotton, landing frnmschr Nassau 20 hairs New - Orleans cotton ) per brig Fi 5 hhds Kentucky tobacco ) uancier IN STORE, 20 tons clean St. Petersburgh hemp Russit duck, German steel, roll brimstone 15 cases tumblers 30 boxes Castile soap Writing and wrapping paper 1 case Leghorn bats, No. 20 a 40 Also, just received, 16000 lb Havana coffee, in hhds. and A few hhds of rectified pure spirit, made from molasses rum. r or sale by JAMES D'WOLF, jr. Feb 23 57 Front - st. V UbCOVADO SUGAR. 18 hhds.Musco - it I vadd Sugar, for sale bv feb 16 G. W.TALBOT, 55 Pine - street. UM & CHOCOLATE 50 bis. 1st. proof New Rum 30 boxes HHPs Boston Chocolate Xo. 1 For sale by JACKSON k WOOLLEY, jan 13 75 Wall - street. 741 HER KINGs. boxes 1st tort, do 2d do I tt - ..: . 177 do 2d ing and for sale ny CAMBRELENG 1 PEARSON, 67 South - street. Jan 22 kSNAHURG& bales best Streletz Osna - V burgs, landing from ship Thomas Wil son, fmm Greenock, for s ile by teh 19 1). HETIlUNE Si CO. VIRGINIA HEMP. 15 tons Virginia Hemp, a selected lot, landing, and for sale by GOODHUE hCO. feb 26 44 South - street. COFFFIC, &UOAR, ie. O O bags fine green coffee 30 half and quarter boxes Spanish segars, superior quality 4 bbls St. J ago sugar 10 hhds New - Orleans do 200 lbs turtle shell 3 hhd Boston Rum Just received and for sale by G. G. . S. TIOWLAND, feh27 77 Washington - street. RICHMOND FLOCK. 150 bb s. landing this day from the tchr Emerald, for sale by ROBERT GILLESPIE, feb 26 112 Front - street. II RI AKI . JOHN WHEELEY ha jut received from. Liverpool, per ship Courier, and offers for sale, 85 Piue - street 8 and 10 link trace chans H.nd and tlnlge hammers Vices ; ejiades and lioval Fr'ng - pans and nails. Feb 27 2 w IRON HOLIOW WARE. AN assortmt - nl of the above article consisting of pots, kettles, bake pans, eriddles, skil lets basons spiders, tea kettles per ton or piece, lor sale oy CEBRA & COIING, Jan 30 76 l'eari - st. RICH KIBHONS - .4 cases No. 5 & 12 Elegant Garniture Ribbons, of superior pat terns, for sale by ' MARCH fi VOW, feb 26 210 Broadway. KLN1UCKY TOBACCO. 10 hhds. Tobacco, ivteirtd by the brie Financier, will be taided to day, M Fly - rtlarket - whart, for ate ry RUl, UAIAHU ii CO. SPICE& 5 barrels 1st quality nutmegs, 5 bag do. Cloves 3 do. ' do Mtce 5 tacks real Ceylon Cinnamon just ree'd and for sale by feb 26 PETER REM SEN & CO. KlbH LINEN. 5 boxes 4 - 4 I.ishLmen, for sale by . - W. 4c S. CRAIG, feb 13 IRISH LINENS. DIAPERS, SHEETINGS. 'IHOMAS SUKFERN, No. 6 Uepeyster - L ttreet, has just received per latest arrivals, a further asortrontoi 4 - 4 ana 7 - 8 linens, long lawns, 5 - 4 theetings, 3 - 4 diapert, 6 - 4 to 10 - 4 dowlas, do. droglted i linens, which with the following goods, will be sold cn reasonable terms, 4 - 4 and 7 - 8 linens, low and fine assortments 7 - 8 dj in hall'piece 7 - 8 doj half bleached strong and fit for narrow sheetings, to average 13d 7 - 8 lawatt, 6 - 4 sheetings to average '."3d 3 - 4 coarse and Sue brown linen, feb 24 2w 11 Of tt. 2 baits Hops, just received tor sale by CAMBREL1NG& PEARSON. leb 3 . 67 South - street. DOMESTIC & OTHER WAKES. THE subscribers keep constantly on hand an exteative assortment of the folio wing goods, viz : Dutch .and English Brooms Duster,1 or Counter Brushes Hearth Brushes, fancy and common Head - do do do Cloth do do do Weavers do White Wash do Shoe ti Scrubbing do Paint Brashes aud Sash Tools Clamps, 4,7, 8 row r'urniture Brushes Horse do Bed Cords, Clothes Lines Sash Cerds, Trace Ropes ? Wrought and Cut Nails and Brads Gunny Bags, Poiet Heads Crumb Brushes Bellows, fancy and common Do for Blacksmiths Hall and Entry Mats 1 nils ami I utit Wheel - Harrow' Fine Wire Sieves Do Hair do Whips of every description Seine, sewing, wrapping, baiting and ball Twine . Fish Lines Shoe A sadlers Thread Dearborn's Balances, iic. Which they will sell wholesale or retail on li beral fermt. CEBRA Sc CUMING, feb 26 ' 76 Pearl - street. OLD JAMAICA RUM. 10 puncheons high proof old Jamaica Rum, landing from sloop Knickerbocker, from Bermuda, East tide Peck - slip. For tale by TUCKERS LAURIES, feb 23 29 South street. (.''LOL'li. 117 barrels Richmond superfine f Floor, branded W, B. M. Creek, landing Irom schr Monroe, and for sale by WALSH Si GALLAGHER, feb?7 66 South - street. EINE TWINE, Air.. - 5 nales Seine J'wi ic, O and 1 bale containing two Seines, just ree'd per ship Washington, from London, and for sale L " I, U L - 'lIJf I U L' r t( UT IS BETH UN E & CO. leb 27 92 C. H. Slip. IIUOWN SHIRTINGS. 7 packages brown IIOWN" MJ shirtings, just received and for sale by THE COMJVlSiilO.Y COMPANY, mh 2dhc 148 Pearl street. 4JHKLT LEAD - O tale by Feb 28 - 33 rolls sheet lead, for iiUKD Sf.WALL. 65 Sonth - tt A IKd D'WOLF, jr. 57 Frout - street, oners IP lor sale 50 tonscWaa St. Petcnburg hemp ,l.., lr L I6000ibrtw oofiaa ia khdtv MiioA M drawDatK Roll brimstone, German steel do ' Writing and wrapping paper do 15 cat half - pint tumblers do Castile soap aud mo. Id candles do 1 case Leghorn hats do 2 cases cholett do 1 case platillM Feb 10 U M. 20 hhds. Molasses Rum, tint proof, 1.1, for tale by JACKSON tc WOOLLEY, jan 12 75 Wall - st. CALCUTTA GOODS. NE hundred bales consisting of U Baltas, Luckipore, Chittubully, Callipatty ami Putka. Cossahs Chaudpore, Comocolly, Johanna and UBCKlH)ie. S. - nnahs Jellalpore and Mow. Checks (rillahs. Rotnals, Vc for sale by CHS. L. OGDEN and ABRM OGDEN, .fan 9 Washington street. 25 A il RAITS BRANDY. Pipes Cette Brandy, entitled to deben ture, for sale by CHAS. L. OfJDEN, and ABRM. OGDEN, Jan 17 Washington - street. OLASsfcS Ai COrTEE 90 hliiit. Hava na Mo.asses new crop 24 hhds. do Coffre Landinz at Old - sliD from Brie Caroline, and for sale by JAMES D'WOLF, Jr. . leb 2 57 Kront - ttreet. TTE.V1P, LEAD, PAINTS, Sic. Russia JLJL hemp, in lots to suit purchasers 80 rolls sheet lead, 3 1 - 2 to 6 8 caks bar lead, 7 tons pig lead 50 bales India twine English sail ana seine twine 3 casks Prussian blue, 5 casks vermillioo 3 hhds verdigris 50 casks French yellow ochre Dry white and red lead 20 boies tin For sale by PETER SCHERMERHORN Sz SONS, 243 Water - street Also, 200 anchors, of Hunt's make, from 40 to 2500 wt. Cablet and cordage, of all sixes best quality, with the usual assortment of ship chandlery. ret 11 U IIN PLVl' - fc kc. tHi boxes tin platt, JL 1 - 3d IX. now landing from on board the ship Washington from London, and for sale by i rU31, 51 Sotith - sL AL30 1 case containior 29 bottle oil of nut megs just received and for sale as above. renxw iw A ( FLOUR. J A J barrels superfine Richmond Floiir, will be landed this afternoon from the schr. Only Daughter, for sale by L.AIDLAW, tilKALLT & UU. 87 Coffee - House slip. IN STORE 26 bale prime new crop N. Orleans cotton 2 do Mack and "assorted bombazetts 1 case French linen cambrics, and 1 bale superfine black cloth, feb 28 7t OOKING GLASsrJ:, MlHHOKs, TIN Li FOIL, AiC 3 cases handsomely ornamented Mirrors 15 to21 inches t case Gilt Pier Glasses with black reeded irames neatly ornamented with carved Tablets 3 do Dressing Boxes & Reverse Swings ' 4 do bilveretf Plates in black reeded frames 6 Oo unsilvered do. . 1 do rich cut Gluts Pans 1 do Tin Foil 1 1 to 31 inches, for tale by PETER REMSEN Ac CO. mh 3 23 South - street OL.IJ JAMAICA KUttl A FEW pane heon choice old Jamaica Rum, for sate by Tt'CKT.afc LAURIES, 53 Soalh - ttreet. ah 3 , UNION BANK, 10th February, 13l8 ft7 The stockholder are reouested to attend at the" banking house, No 17 Wall - street, on Thursday, the 12tb day of March next, to elect eleven directors lor the ensuing year. The poll win rpen at ten o'ciock and snut at two. I he transfer books will be that from ltt until 13th March. By orderof the board of directors, feb 101m JOHN LOW, Cashier. NOTICE. frtr" All persons bavins: claims against thee. tate of Capt. William Taylor, deceased are desired to present them to the subscriber for settlement, and those indebted to said estate are requested to make payment without delay. ' JANbS i - vrtfrUDE, ' feb 12 Ira Administrator. NOTICE. Or The copartnership heretofore existing be tween the subscribers, under the firm ot N. S Davies it Co. is this dav dissolved by mutual con' sent. Tbe debit due and claims against laid Drru will be settled by XM. a. Davies. N. 8. DAVIES, .A. W. TRAI PAN, The business will in future be conducted by N. Smith Davies, under the firm of N. Smith Davies At Co. 'Ph 14 DOL'K4. & SLIPA'. Sealed proposals will bercc Ived a the Comptroller's Office, City Hall, till Monday the 9th of March, at 2 o'clock, for renting the public Docks and Slipt foroneytar from the 1st May next, agreeably to the m - w rates of wharfage established by the Common Council on the loth inst. the particulars of which may be seen at the Comptroller's Office, feb 19 NOTICE. ftr The tuhsr.ribert having received a general assignment of all the estate of John Murray & irons, for the benefit of creditors at expressed in the assignment, have authorised Peter Ludlow to liquidate the unsettled accounts and to receive payment of all debts due to the said arm, or to the individual partners who will attend to the tame at hit uflice, No. Ill Pearl - street. WILLIAM BAYARD, feb 24 tf HENRY BARCLAY. WANTED, A MAN and his WIFE, (who have no children) il to take charge of a farm, a few mile from the city. The man must understand the management ol a farm and kitchen garden. The woman to attend a small dairy and do the washing of the family. As the best recommendations will hp required, it it requested no applications may be made, unless tuch can be produced. Apply at lenvrj lut jo. JM3 warer - street. . f KE public is re - pt c.t - L fully informed that the ELEPHANT n w exhibiting at No. 296 roadway, will positive y be removed on or a - 'ont the 1st April next. Those that wish to grati fy their curiosity, by viewing the wondtrlul works of nature, will do well to embrace thit opportunity. Admittance 25 cents mh3rf .tPlUAO - STHEF.r JYOTICF.. OTICE is hereby given to all person in terested, that the Comnr ssmners of Es timate and Assessment, appointed by the Su nreme Court ot Judicature ot tne state ot New. York, to perform certain duties, relative. to the enlarging of Spring - street, between Thompson - street and Wooster - street, in tne riarht ward ofhaidity,4uive completed Xhete eeUmate analsfne7iT, O well or tne itsss) snar (tamagtj sustained over and above the benefit and ad vantage received by the owners of the land and premises required for Ahe said enlarging and improving Spring - street as aforesaid, as also of the benefit ana aavanttge received by the owners and parties interested of and in cer tain lands and premises not required for said improvement And that we the said Commissioners have deposited a true copy of such es timate and assessment in the Clerks office of the city of New - York for the inspection of whonvoever it may concern and notice is herebv further given, that the report of esti mate andlwsessmenf will be presented to the Supreme Court of Judicature, of the state of New - York, at the city - Hall ot the city or New - York, on Monday the fourth day of May next, at the opening of the said Court on that day, or as soon thereafter as counsel can be heard thereon. Dated New - York, March 3, 1818. PETER HAWKS, ) PETER STAGG, Commissioners JOHN TARGEE. , mh4 lit GRAND aPRIG LOTTERY. Authorized by the state ol New - York and New - Jersey. TILFORD and OWEGO ROAD, for fair L cilitating the intercourte between the nesti rn parts of the state of New - York and the city of New - York, through the states'of Pennsylvania and New - Jersey, n hich will positively commence drawing on the liffh day of May next. 1 prize of 470.000 35.000 10,000 6,tM)0 1,000 500 100 30 3386 prizet 10000 tickett. Not two blankt to a prize First 1000 blankt will be entitled to $30 each. Part of the prizet will be determined at fol lows OS I oo 2 do 2 do 10 do 30 do 140 do 3200 do First drawn no. 1st day entitled to 5,000 Do 2d do 600 Do 3d do 1000 Do 4th do 500 Do 6th do SOOo Do 6th do 60(1 Do ?th do lOOOO Do 8th do 500 Do 9th do . 1000 Do 10th do 500 .Do 11th do 35,000 Do 12th do 600 Do 13th do 1000 Do 14th do 500 Do 15th do 70,000 Do IGth do 600 Do 17th do 1000 Do 18th do 500 Do 19th do 1000 Do 20th do 600 The prizet made payable at the Union Bank ol the city oi new - lorx.ou days aj tar the draw - ins of tlie Lottery. Ticket and Shares in the rreatett vnrietv of numbers lor sate oy JAMta A. UURTU3 S CO. No. 19 Peck - slip, corner of Water - street. Most of lb eastern, touthern and northern hank Botes alto prize ticket in former lottenet taken in payment for tickett. A correct Cheek Boos; kept for the examination of all ticket! gratis Cath given for prizet at soon at drawn, or prize taken in payment for warranted undrawn tickett. Order for tickett f pott pauf) inclosing bank note, attended to with the utmost punctuality, and the earliest information given of their fate. A general assortment ur Books and stationary for tale on moderate terms. mh 4 3t ClOTroNet TOBACCO 28 bales prime J Upland Cotton 8 hhd. Kentucky Tobacco, lust received and for sals by JOSEPH OsBORN, ica, . 5ia eouin - streei. tiN CiiAiMJLhy. IN CHANCERY. State vi New - York, tt. IN pursuance nf a decretal order rf this honor - nble court, will be S'.id at public huclioo, at tbt) Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New - York, under the direction of Die subscriber, as one of the masters or this coort, on Fiiday, ihe27th in - staatnt 12 o'clock at noon all tUoie three cer tain lots of land, situate, in the ttnth ward of the city ol N. York, and distinguished on a certain map of tne estate, late ol Janet Ueiawy, r.tq. made by Evtrt Ban ker, by lots No.sii hundred and fi' teen, six hundred and sixteen, and six hundred aud seventeen, bounded westerly by Second street, and containing each 25 feet in breadth, and one hundred feet in depth, more or lets the appurtenance. Dated Feb. 5. 1818 JAMES A. HAMILTON, Matter in Chancery. feb 6 law2w&dts The sale of the above property it postponed to the 10th day of March next, at the tame boor and place. Feb 27, 18 1 II. JAMES A. HAMILTON,' 1 . feb 27 lawtMSdtt Master in Chancery. IN CHANCERY State of New - York, t.' . IN pursuance of a decretal order of this honorable court, will bo told at public auction, at tba Tontiue Coffee House, in the city of New - York, under the direction ol the subscriber, at one of ' the masters of this court, on Friday, the 27th in - . slant, at 12 o'clock, noon All those four certain lotsof land, situate in the ninth Vard of the city ' of New - York, being part of the estate of John So - - '. meiiiidyrk, late ot the said city, deceased, and designated in a certain map or the laid estate, made by William Bridge - , in November, 1808, by lott No. 8 aod 9, and lettert I and H. The . said lots, tak n together, are hounded westerly in front by Hudson River, aud contain twenty a - ' cres of gronnd, more or less, with the apcuite - naocet. Dated Feb. 5th. 181 H. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Master in Chnncery. Notf.. Ftr particulars, enquire at the Master's Olfire, No. 3 Law Buildings where a map of the premises may be seen. feb 5 la2wldts . . The sale of the above property it postponed to the lOlhdayni March next, at the tame hoar and place. Dated February 27. 1818 JAMES A HAMILTON," (eb 27 lawtMh3dts Masiet m Chancery. MAYOR'S COURT. William L. Mathews 1 partition. John Cornell and Sa rah his wife. IN pursuance of an orderof the conrt of com mon plcus, called the Mayor'" Court, of the city . - or New - York, made in tne above cause, uein - twid to sell at public vendue, lo the hichest bid - " deror bidders, at the Ton'ine CrflVe House, in ' Ihecity of New - York, on Use 11th dm ofMsfli, nest, at 12 o'clock at noon, ll that certain riwel, line house, messuage, tenement and lot of land. situate. Wins and beinein tba fourth ward nf tba ' city of .New - York, known and distinguished in a map increoi by lot number eighteen ; wnn n saia premises and lot of land is bounded nf follow! j . southerly by Honker - street, easterly by Rose - velt - street, northerly by lot number seventr en, and westerly in the rear by land belonging to Sa rah I hompson, containing in length on each j side fifty feet, and in breadth in front and rear twenty five feet each ; with all and singular the rights, wnyt, water courses, hereditaments and ' appurtenances thereto helongine or in any wite - appertaining. Dated 6th Feb. 1818. , JAMISON COX i - : JOSHUA PELL, Jun. Commissioner!. JOHCf IV DrtSTCRICIly (r - Tti'tKtr piUnttwarc the enrner of" Banker and Rotevelt - tlreets. in the possession of ' John B. Ebbettt, WM. W. M'CLELAN, Att'y. feb 7 2nw4w ACADEMY AT BELLEVILLE, N. J. THIS institution will be opened on tbt Cnt day of April next, under the direction of JAMES STRYKER, A.M. at principal there . of. The course of instruction will embrace all thes ' branches preparatory to a colleeiate educations " as well as tfir.se which are necessary for the merchant, the farmer, and the mechanic, viz : A grammatical knowledge of the English, Latin : and Greek languages, arithmetic, mathematics antient and modern Geography, iucluding the use of globes and map, ancient and modern history. ; natural and moral philosophy, composition, book keeping, reading, writing, Aic. I be terms of tuition lor day scholars in the ' lowest branches, will be two I'ollart per quar - ' ter, ana win not exceed live ooiiart per quarter, in any of the higher. To those at a distance, who are detirout of tending their children to this healthy end beta - . tiful village for instruction, the principal offers - to receive into hit own family, a tslecl number, who will be educated and boarded, (including washing and mending) at the rate of 160 per annum. ft is requested that those who intend tn tend their children to the dav school attached to the institution, will give early notice. In offering this seminary to pnhlic notice, the - trustees entertain a hope, that the beneficial pur posts contemplated in its establishment, will not be defeated from the want of public patronage. For the ability of their principal to fulfil the important task he has undertaken, they refer to the suhioined recommendation ; and he will employ no usher or assistant, but such at shall be meet satisfactorily recommended and duly qualified i o the inhabitant of the village, and its vicini ty, they offer a well regulated school, for the. instruction of their youth, a thing much wanted and lone desired :and to strangers the advents. get of education in a place admirably adapted lor 'he purpose, by its nearness to, and daily communication with New - York, and itt ac knowledged tuperionty in point of health and beauty. nev. aiaait v an awrvoora, Anrariaru i.anmut, John Van Rensseler, . James Hornblower, Ezefciel W ade, Jonathan Tomnkins. Trustee ' Oellevile, Decemlier, 1817. RECOMIOCNDATIOIt Of Mr. Stryker, the Principal, hy P. 'Wilson. L L. D. Professor of Languages iq dolimbia College, Thit gentleman it an Allumr.ut of Columbia College, and received a contide part of hie instruction from tne. I am 'therefore well acquainted with hit tnlentt and have no hesitation in declaring hint folly capable of fulfilling thw tatk he hat undertaken, th credit to himself and benefit to the community." (Signed) ' p. WILSON. jan 9 tawtfd&e! ,. LAND OFFICE IN UTICA. THE subscriber has opened aaolBcein Genet see street, I'tica, for recording and exhibiting for sale unsettled lands and improved farm in the Unite.! (Mates generally, and particularly the western district of Mi state of New - York, and solicits such person at are desitoes of selling; their lands to furnish him with maps description and terms of sale. , Thit town having Yieen for a long time a great thorouehfare for emigrant from Europe and the) eastern states consequently an eligible position for an establistmeut, affording facilities to own - ' en and settler of land. All communications (pottage paid) will be promptly attended to. At an agent rnerally for (be transaction of b tines, on comfuistion, and collection and trsa - missioB of rarey, he offers his services to tbsj public. Utu - a, January, 1818. feb2dlaw4wclmt " P. B017R3. OLUE fiANfcJNS - 300 pt. for tale febll HURD 4 - SEW ALL, 65 Sotrtb - itrtebj

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