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NMw - wmt mvMNm a post. THE NUMBER 4911 WEDNESDAY, MAKCH II, 1H18. NO. 42 PINE - STREET. . For Sale, freight or Charter, ri. .. l.rlo - SAII.nK HOV. . IIC inuwg " , ' " - ? f liirtm.m n,ulrr iiav rndrtn re ""t.! - . IT - ', inns, and will carrv about gj(V - 1 f 600 cask - flaxseed. Apply on board, east ude ri Market wharf, or to 7 D. BETHUNE CO. n,h2 92C. H.ilip. 'or Freight or Charier, 1K The sch'r. A liELINE, captain Tup - ivfry - . per. freight to uporto, uiboon, or a southern ptrt, would be preferred ... i.i . Apply on board, ai r ly - marxei w nan, or io U. GILLESPIE, feb 27 1 '2 Front - st. For rVlLMIXUMS, Jf. C. KLINE. Pelec Tuouer. Lmaster. will be dispatched immediately. ror1r,KhtorpailgeapplyitOGiLLEsM 112 Froat - rL Who offers for tale, 100 bhls tar, and a parcel of VV. O. hhd staves, received by raid vewel Alto "00 bhU (upf. Richmond flour 55 hbiTi Richmond and Petersburg tobacco 20 tiercel rice; 21 lilei upland cottott 55 hhds molasses ; 200 bags coffee Jled and white port wiue, in hhdi and qr. Madura do do casks Claret wine, id bote of 1 doxen each A am ill h not. rnlloti lacei An invoice of Dutch good, consisting of muff boxes, slate?, (late pencils, marbles, jewellery, violins, ladies' work boxos, cologne water, Szc. Feb 21 FOR AMSTERDAM, The staunch brie MARGARET, cap .tain Funk, ha considerable part of her mi go engaged, an J will he dispatched witliout delay. For freight or passage, appr to No. 74 Waihington - ttreet, or to J. C. ZIMMERMAN, feb 19 tf No. 72 Washington - street. For FlMGUTor CHlRTkR, ft The fast sailing senr. salcm, pur - Uien 1100 bbls. has made but two voy ages, ana is now in reaamcss o receive a cargo. For terms apply on board, at Pine - street wharf or to G. G. Si S. HOWLAND, feb 26 77 Washington - street. For SAJ.E or CHAR'IKR. i lie valuable rust sailing ui - ig as - .N'F.SS, captain Harris, kt Fly - market wharf, two years old, burthen 184 tons, will stow upwards of 300 hhds. is in all respects in excellent order, and will be ready to receive a cargo in two days. Apply to N. Si D. T LLOIT, feb 26 64 .South - street. tVii SALX Ai' THE SiliF - YARD Of FHE SUBSCRIBER, A SLOOP, now building of the best .materials, about 100 tour, timbers of live .oak. ljcutt and cedar; bottom plank Jersey wliite oak, built on purpose for the Albany trade. j . A SLOOP of 50 tons, calculated for viiuy trade where dispatch, burthen, and Jgjfcjjjeasy draft of water is required. I - A periagaa BisMUua&ii, oiwiav, .will draw but little water, with a lee - board through the centre of her keel, anu it expected to sail very fast. AIM, a SHIP of 300 tons calculated vtiVvfora Liverpool or Loudon trader, (that JyJsicaa be finished to suit Die purchaser.) Spars, timber and plank. Also, timber sawed to bills for house building. nov6 U CHARLES BROWNNE. tor bale, Freight or Charter, The brig SIDNEY, Crispiu, 156 tons, a staunch good vessel, lately put in good oi der for a voyage For term applv to ' I A VIES 1) WOLF, junr. Feb 13 57 Front - st. 1 Of HI MANKIND. JLtwUvF Pieoei blue nankins, of very iupe rior quality, eutitlcd to debenture, for sale at 77 Washinglon - sL Feb 18 G. G. & S. HOWLAND. 11 LOUR and TOBACCO. 500 bills. Rich - 1 mond supf. Flour 39 hhds old and new Tobacco, 10 keg manufactured d 1 6 4i 8 hands to the lb. ' For tale at 106 Front - treet. feb S3 I ROKES. DAVIDSON & CO. ttLOTHs 2 cases superfine Londi in cloths, 2 cases extra rfo. Just received per Washington, and for tale by HURO ii SEWALL, Feb 28 65SouUj - st B - tOWN SHIRTINGS. 7 packages brown Shirtings, j:ist receivtd and lor tale by TH K CO.LH JSMOA" COMPANY. rah 2 (Ike 148 Pearl - street JjHr.ET LEAO - J alc by Fee 28 33 rolls sheet lead, lor HUKU It SKWALL, 65 Snulh - st. A WE U' WOLF, jr. 57 f rout - street, offers W lor sale 50 tons clean St. Petersburg hemp Russia duck ICOOOlbs. green coffee In bhds. entitled to ( drawback Roll brimstone, German steel do Writing and wrapping paper do . 15 cases half - pint tumblers do Castile soap and mould candles do 1 case Leghorn hats do S cases cholets do 1 case platillas Feb 10 Tl UM 20 hhdi. Molasses Rum, first proof, ior saie oy JACKSON lc WOOLLEY, jan 12 75 Wall - st. CALCUTTA GOODS. fSY. hundred hslM ronilinr nf and PuUfUS LoclliPore' Cnittbully, Callipatty Coesahs, Chandpore,Comocolly, Johanna and Sannahs Jellalpore and Mow. Checks Gilishs, Romals, ftc for sale by CHS. 1.. OGDLN and ABRM OGPEN, Wahimrton - streL TDK. STRAITS KRAVIlY iJ Pipes Celts Brandy, entitled to debenture, tor sale by CIIAS.L. OfJDEtf.and ABRM. OGDEN, Jan 17 Washmrtnn - rtrM. L'LOUR. 1 17 barrels Kk - hmuxl tuiierrlor i L I .. - 1 I ... .1 . . ' i out, iiranacu r . u. m. reesx, landing Iron schr Monroe, and for sale by . . WALSH b GALLAGHER, feD' 66 8outh - street CECVE TWINE, tc fi tulM Ri T - i aud I bale containing two Seines just ree'd ship Washington, from London, and for sale feb 27 AS. BbinU.ICi VU. 92C.II. SKp. CufJottL0BACC0 - 2a b9ie' priD,e n,l t K S3 Soulh - strnt. B MCAZETTS, assorted colours no all Mark tslri r - w'dled, assorted colour, lost re - 2 n h 0119 'VN 157 Pearl tt. I?OR SALE, the cargo of the ship Crihe. can r tain Humphreys, from Cdculta, and now landing at th'. foot of Liberty - street, consisting of bast luuia sugar Cotton Ginger; Block Tin Gum Shellack Gum Copal Goat S kins of a large site Seine Twine and Gunny Bags Also for sale, India Muslins of almost every description. Also, a tmall quantity of Rattans, and Odor of Roses. For tale I y jan7 ROBERT LENOX. iWl I Wew crop p. prime, suitable for manufkcturinir, will be sold in parcels to ac commodate purchasers. Also, a few bales of old crop. Lnquire 140 rrari - nrreiup stairs. )an n LASS W ARK 15 hhds. Eng. Glassware, J consisting of Wines and Tumblers, lor sale by CHAS. L. OGDEN Si ABR. OGDEN, Jan 22 Wathington - st IOUR thousand Gumiy Hags, lor sale by CEbRA CUMING, Jan 23 76 Pearl - street. PLASTER OF PARIS. A CONSTANT supply of ground plaster of 1 I '.Li" . 1 .1 ii, pans, in iiarreis, I'liinnie ior ine souwirru market. Orders left with Walter Neisen, No. 174 - street, corner of Burling - s'ip, will be promptly attended to JOHN BYER9, Foot of Harriton - street, Nortb - Hif er. Jan 19 tf J VIR i L U TOBA CCO U FL.OUH. O sf hhds oid Virginia tobacco 55 do new crop do do 66 hbls Cue flour 15 do middling do. For rale by VA30.UE6 - , MF.URON Si CLEEMAN, Feb 7 tf No. 7S Washinrton - st QUICKSILVER. !H,000 lo. Quicksilver for sale by , N. L. & O GRISWOLD, jan 21 86 South - street. CAHzlMF.HES, S.1 TTINE.TT& AMD waaiA il j j a. A FEW cases blues, blacks and mixtures, of various kinds, manufactured for a southern market, will be sola low lor cash or approved paper Also, at reduced prices, several rases nf blue, black and mixed broadcloths, among which are some of Wolcolt's supf rfinei, at the COM COMPANY'S Ware - House. 148 Pearl - street. feb 11 rpOBACCO RICE. 100 quintals Brit qua - X lity Spanish t obacco 44 tiercet prime Rice, per schr. Sonth Carolina, for sale by JONES & M KG RATH, feb 11 83 South - street. Avperfine American CJIAGlJ.lMS. 8 cases fine ginghams, for sale low by The Commission Company, Feb 18 DiC 148 Pearl - st PIANO FORTE FOR SALE. ANEW and fashionable instrument, made by one of the best London manufacturers, and io complete order, will be told cheap, as the owLer withes to leave the city. Enquire at 32 C Jar - street, corner of Broadwav. Jan 31 rl BROWN, stone seal engraver and jewel - JL . ler, No. 166 Broadway. Coats of arms, crests, cyphers, &c. engraved ou stone. A handsome assortment of fine gold seals, chains, and other jewellery. Ladies' seals engraved with coats or arms, (lottos, and fancy devicra. Diamonds, amothysts, crystals, ic. bought in the roach or cut to any form. Books of heraldry kept with upwards of 60,000 names. Jan 7 m OLASSKS & COFFEE 90 hhds. Hava 4.VJL na Minuses new crop Z4 nnds. do Mmce Landing at Old - slip from Brig Caroline, and for sale by JAMES lWOLF, Jr. . feb 2 57 Front - slrrrt. HEMP, LEAD, FAINTS, Sic Russia hemp, in lots to suit purchasers 80 rolls sheet lead, 3 1 - 2 to 6 8 casks bar lead, 7 tons pig lead 50 bales India twine English sail and seine twine 3 casks Prussian blue, 5 casks Vermillion 3 hhd verdigris 50 casks French yellow ochre Dry while and red lead 20 boxes tin For sale by PETER SCHERMERHORN & SONS, 243 Water - street. Also, 200 anchors, of Hunt's make, from 40 to 2500 wt. Cables and cordage, of all sizes, best quality, with the usual assortment of ship chandlery. Feb II tf tJQ COFFKK, SUGAR, lc. O O bag, fine green coffee 30 half and quarter boxes Spanish ecgars, superior quality 4 bbls St. J ago sugar 10 hhds New - Orleaus do 200 lbs turtle shell 3 hhds Boston Rum Just received and far sale by G. G. & S. HOWLAND, feb 27 77 W;.hington - ttrect. UPLAND COTTON. - 15 bales prime Up land Cotton, landing and for sale by SAUL ALLEY, 98 Pine - street IN STORE, 42 bales Sea Island Cotton, for sale as above. j - n23 1 1 COTJOSf. iUBACCO, tit. d JL bales prime Alabama cotton, landing from schr Nassau 20 bales New - Orleans cotton per brig Fi - 6 hhds Kenturkv tobacco ) naocier IN' STORE, 20 tons clean St. Petertburgh hemp Russia duck, German steel, roll brimitooe 15 case tumblers 30 boxes Castile soap Writing and wrapping paper 1 case Leghorn bats, No. 20 a 40 Also, Just received, 1C000 lb Havana coffee, in hhds. and A few hlnls of rectified pnre spirit, made from molasses ram. For sale by JAMES D1 WOLF. jr. Feb 23 57 Fnmt - rt. RICHMOND FLOUR 150 bb!s. landing this day from the schr. Kmsrild, for sale by ROBERT GILLESPIE, feb 26 112 Front - street HARDWARE. JOHN W1IEELEY has just received from Liverpool, per ship Courier, and offers far sale, 85 Pine - street 8 and 10 link trace chains ' Hand and sledge hnmtnert Vices; sptules and shovels Frying - pans and nails. Feb 27 2 w FOR. .ALK, THE CIRCULATING LIBRARY, 138 Fulton - street, near Broadway, coniituit nf an extensive and choir crll - ctioo of history, travels,, hingraphy, romances, hovels, tales, plays, reviews, magazines , ice. Crlt'l iguesmay bexunined at the library, which is open for subscribers, sj usual, mhttf I IVTM3 till Den a I& C 6U YDAM, have just received per brig J Pnrahniitna lr,.... Ilkl; - . .I al..n Thi. mas WilSua. from (irvennrk. fnr tula hv I hp J 3 cases 4 - 4 Irish Linens t do 7 - 8 do do 5 do 3 - 4 brown Linens aad Lawns S do do black do 3 do birds eye Diapers 1 do tattle do 7 boxes 5 - 4 Irish Sheetings t do 9 - 8 do stout do 2 do Loni; Lawns 7 bales Droghedas St Ducks 5 do Linen Bedticks. Also. A PMMral HMnrtniMit nfflia ihnM arti cles, opened for retail sales, at 61 Maiden - lane, on very lavorahle terms. feb 25 tf Kff RUM, 4c. cvf puncheons Jamaica Rum. just arrived and landing from the brig David Kicfeards, from Faimouth, (Jam.) and for sale by A. 1). DUFF. 69 Washington - street. Who has for sale in store, L, P. Tenenffe Wine, (Pasley brand) in quarter casks, imported July, 1816 Do do in hhds. and qr. casks, do August do Do do in pipes, 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, 1'iim the Cape of Good Hope, and entitled to dtrlienture Port and old Lisbon wines, in assorted casks 59 boxes of claret wine 132 do crave wine and one cask cardwire. feb 7 tf awOO Hhd molanes, now landing from brig Agnes, from Matanzas. Apply to ISA At. rAlHAUW, Feb 23 35 Front - st . , RAVENS DUCK. IU1 pieces heavy Havens Duck, for sale by HURD& SEWALL, feb 19 65 South - street. OIL K. CANDLES. RIPLEY It WELD, 192 Front - street, have constantly on hand, at wholesale and rt tail, winter and summer strained Spermaceti Oil. Also. Tallow Mould Candles of superior quali ty, from Winship's Factory, Charleston, Mass. len is ENGLISH WHITE LEAD. .560 kegs English White Lead, ground in Oil, landing from bhip William, and lor sale by TUCKER & LAUIUKS, feb 18 29 South street. fTKll'ES 20 caees superior Woientau blue lO stripes, for sale by the COMMISSION COMPANY, F' b 18 D&C 148 Pearl - st. f - H'IXE, OU., FA PER, tee. J.J" Qr. ca.'kr colmcnar wine 130 qr cakc and 200 half do dry Malaga do 5 do and 14 half do sweet Malaga 150 boxes Florence oil, 12 bottles each 40 bales Italian writing paper, Foolscap and 50 do printing do letter j 14 bhds English glassware, consisting of wines said tumblers assorted 100 boxes anchovies and 50 do olives 1 box French kid gloves 1 do ostrich feathers, very rich 1 do engravings ' 9 cases felt bats, 1 do chip do 40 bales Italian rags, 600 warble mortars 23 cases marble slabs, veined and statuary, assorted sizes 5 boxes Naples shaving soap ' 1 do watch glasses 3 cases manna in flakes 100 bales Calcutta good?, consisting of Itaftas, putkah and callipatty coesahs Chadpore, chomncotly,johauna, luckipore and soogapore Sannalis, jullapore and mow Checks, white, red and blue gillahs Madras pattern do Sootec and Irnctsoy romals, for sale by CIIAS. L. OGDEN, and ABRM. OGDEN, mch 6 Wathington - st. JSi C. NICHOLS, No. 1J2 Pearl - t have just received 3 cases 4 - 4 Irish Linens, assorted 2 do. Brown do. 2 do. Canton Crapes 1 do. Black Fringed Handkerchiefs 1 do. Sewing Silks, assorted 2 do. Madapolam Shirting 2 do. Marseilles Quilling, assorted 2 do. Cambric Muslin, assorted 1 do. Striped Jeans 1 bale Rhode's Pombazetts 1 do. superfine Broad Cloths All very low charged, which they olTer for sale at a small advance. mh S 1 w GEO. GKiB'S MUSIC SCHOOL, NO. 20 W ALL - 6TRKRT, IS established on kis new and easy system of 1. teaching romposition inoro' nass, prviuding the art of fingering the piano forte and singing, tic. terms ju dollars per qur.rter, Hall in ad vanre. From 4 to 7, Saturdays, P. M. the academy will be open, for the friends of science and the amateurs of music, to call and inspect the eslab li'luiient, and they are requested to brinj; with them the first European works on music, to ena hie them accurately to appreciate the merits of tins new unproved system 01 teacning, ny mh6 2w G. GEIB. - VIIMA1UKES IN A NEW alYLE, si iVI U. FJERVK. FROM LOHUOIV. at 46 and UD - wards. Specimens may l - e seen at Uic Tontine Coffae House, the City Hotel, and at his painting room, i'J Broadway, exactly opposite John street. mh G 2w IO SPORToMEN. TT'ORtalc, a very superior double barrel Fow 1 ling Piece, having been used hut one year I). . i i r . . . t ar iiin(K muaer uiquire i uns uiuce. mh7 Iw TRANSPARENT TRACING SLATES. fOR copying writings, drawings, tc. for t? teaching children to write and draw correctly in a snort time, by tracing exactly any copy, writing, drawing, landscape or piltern placed under it, with a pen and ink, bla k lead or common slate pencil , and may he used as a common slate fur Arithmetic, Memorandums, Ac. Sic. Manufactured and told wholesale and retail, by J. IZOD, mb7 lwt No. 156 Cherry - st. New - York. NEW BOOKS. UST published and for sale by EMAS VA - .1 LEVI I.N L, 104 Broadway, 3d door below 1'ine - street, Rob Roy, by the author of Waverly,' tiny Mannerins,' and ' the Antiquary,' 2 vols, Out copies 2 dl. coarse I 75. A compendium of Geography, containing, he - tides the mailer uual in such works, a short sys - tom oi Sacred GengMphy, by the Revd. John C. Rndd, lUctot of St. John's Church, EITzabetb - town, (N. J) Corresponded between a metaer and ber daughter, by Mrs. Taylor and Jane Taylor. Accum's Chemical Amusement. 6 vols, of elegant extracts, with engravings. Orders received for engraving. Copper idate printinr ul ererv description exe cuted with n:atness and despatch. f, - HAPPING PAPER A large snpply of ' I t'' . rixet. for sale in parcels to suit perrhasers. Apply to O. G. U S. HOWLAND, mh 7 77 Washingtoo - ttreeL SP1CE& - 5 barrels 1st quality nutmegs, 5 bags do. Cloves 3 do. do Mee 5 sacks real Ceylon Cinnamon jdst ree'd and for sale by feb 26 PETER REMSEN & CO. I RIsH LINLN. 5 boxes 4 - 4 Inh Linen, for 1 sale by W.4t S. CKA1G. feb 13 IRISH LINENS, DIAPERS, SHEETINGS. 'liHOMAS SUFFERN, No. 6 Depeyster - J. street has just rtrcived iier latest arrivals, a further assortment of 4 - 4 and 7 - 8 linens, Ions lawns, 5 - 4 sheetings, 3 - 4 diapers, 6 - 4 to 10 - 4 dowlas, do. droghedn linens, which with the following goods, will lie sold on reasonable terms, 4 - 4 and 7 - 8 linens, low and fine assortments 7 - 8 do in half pieces 7 8 do naif bleached strong and fit for narrow sheetings, to average i.d 7 - 8 lawns, 5 - 4 sheetings to average 5 3d 3 - 4 coarse and fine brown linen, feb 24 2w H OPS. 2 bules Hops, lust receied lor sale by gamdHELINu rr.AKauN, 67 South - street. feb 3 OOMESTIC it OTHER WAKES. TH E luhscrihers keep constantly on hand an . extentive assortment of the following goods, vis : Dutch and Enslisb Cuniy Bags, Popes Heads Crsmb lirushes Bellowa, fancy common is rooms Duster, or Counter Brushes Hearth Brushes, fancy and common Head do do do Cloth db do do Weavers do White Wash do Shoe hi Scrubbiog do Paint Brushes and Snsh Tools Clamps, 4,7, 8 row Furniture Brushes Horse do lied Cords, Clothes Lines Sash Cords, Trace Ropes Wrought and Cut Nails and Brads and I for Blacksmiths Hall aim Entry Mats fails and I ubs Wbeel - Barrows Fine Wire Sieves Do Hair do Whips of every description Seine, sewing, wrapping, baleing and ball i'wine ' Fith Lines Shoe & Sadlers Thread Dearborn1 Dalian ces, Sic. Which they will sell wholesale or rrtail on liberal terms. CEBRA ic CUMING, feb 56 76 Pearl - street. OLD JAMAICA RUM A FEW puncheons choice old Jamaica Rum, for sale by TUCKER & LAURIES, rah 3 29 South - street. 4 ii ftxe 1 hh,, 1 cafk ARGOL, about IO ll,500lbs, for sale by Fei20 R. Si C. W. DAVENPORT AC Ll). N. SMITH IMVIE&, Late conductor of the business of Mr. Nathaniel Smith, FFERs for sale nt his Manufactory, No. 16 Broadway, as general and extensive an assortment of perfumery nnd fancy articles as may lie found in this city. Among which are Vegetable transparent shaving liouid. which makes a creamy lather and softens the beard Oil antimie for rurlinc. glossing, strengthening, and permitting the hair, unit nreveniine ll iroin iiirnii e srrev Fine cosmetic cold cream, lor removing tcurf, roughness, all manner of eruptions, and chps I'roni the skin. Carbonic or charcoal dentifrice, chemically prepared for preserving the teeth aud gums Vegetable rouge, for giving a natural colour to the complexion Pearl cosmetic, or face powder, for whitening thekin Highly improved chemical cosmetic wash ball lor soltninif. preserving, aud beautifvioz the skin, and nrevenlins it from chapping Superfine rote, violet, ana plain nuir powoer - , ' . . . i . , warranted io oe pure ana irse irorn uuuutiu - tion Almond paste, for washing the skin Almond powder, lor the tame purpose Chemical dentifrice tooth powder, warranted balsamic hp salve of roses, forgiving beautiful coral red to the lips, curing roughness and chaps, and leaving them smooth and comfortable Celebrated Albion corn plaster, to well known to he an efficacious remedy for cornt Highly improved chemical milk of rotet, for preserving me sain, clearing" iruui sum, u - ness, sunburn, and chapt, and for the use of gentlemen after shaving Highly improved tweet scented hard and soft nnmatums Pom made de grasse, for strengthening and promoting the growth of the hair, and prevent ing H troui coming oui Chemical abstergent lotion, for the teeth and rums Aromatic tooth paste, fer whitening and pre serving the teem and gums Purilit d Alpine shaving cakes, made on a che mical principle : and is so well known to he su pcrior lo most other soaps for softning the beard and promoting the operation of shaving Highly improved violet shaving xwder, which is particularly adapted io me use oi i raveners, being very portable, aud in all respects an excellent article lor shaving (t7 - Please be particular and observe, that all tlie foregoing articles of N. SMITH DAVIES manufacture, will have hit name upon them in cortoer - n ate or type. Magnum bonum, ne plus ultra, refined tteel, concave, and a variety of common raiors, in cn set and sinzle: britannia metal and class sha ving boxes of various sizes, suitable lor shaving cases : shnvins boxes, with class, brush and soap : do with class, brush, soap and bair brush, and a variety of common shaving boxes ; razor strops of various kinds, sizes, and quality ; some very small and hoe suitable for shaving cases; ladiet' japanned dressing cases, furnished or un - rurnKhed ; gentlemen's morocco ana inaiiognny dressing cases, furnished in a superior style; la dies nd gentlemen can havt thedrawers of portable desks and toilette glasses fitted up for t'res - sing, in a sujierior style ; a handsome assortment ol ladies work boxes ; needle cases complete!) furnished with needles of the nest quality ; a variety or pocket - books ; thread cases ; gift plated and silk punes ; ivory fine combs of all sizes, some extra superfine ; box wood fine combs ; tortoise thell, ivory, and horn poccei comos : durable ink ,salt of lemons ; ttngue scrapers , tooth picks ; tooth pick cases and tweezers ; patent penetrating hair brushes : bv the slightest applica tion, thev penetrate to the root of the thickest hair, cleansing from it all prespirable matter a - risio from execs or exercise, civinc to thn head and bair a sensibility of pleasantness not to ne expected Into ine common sind ol oair nrun - es : hair brushes : clothes brashes ; tooth brush es ; shaving brushes, with or witliout cases : nail brushes ; comb brashes ; hat brushes, whisker brushes, with glass : plate brushes and 0h brash es. I liese are staple articles, oi wnsrii were is an assortment on hand, equal, if not superior, to any in the United States ; a very elegant assortment of pea and pocket knives ; line and com mon scissors ani scissor cases; iron mo" - .. a variety of fine fancy boxet ai.d snun boxes; hair pins ; bodkin a n.1 blsrk pins : pencil c"e and blare lesa pencils ; one swan annua. ,. powder boxes and powder k.uret ; a variety ol t.anHuini rnt elass niifiiature bottles, for chains. necklaces, 4.C. with silverand g jldcaps ; smelling bottles, with volatile talU ; aromatic tpint of vinejar. Ity I'ire deductions made io n.umry wctp keepers, mho will find it lunch tofteir adanng to keep an assortment of the articles' S. fimiib Davi - ts' manufacture, as loey are L - ut up in the .t aivU anrf n,at ta saltans climate Mer chants will be tupphtd wholetale for exporta - .6 lion. tnu j ic I I of or the ly er of. as of in to be no ty, ge lor Of in a GLASSES, MIRRORS, TIN - 3 rases hundtoiaely ornament' inches 1 c ase Gilt Pier Glasses, with black reeded irames, neatly ornamented with carved '1 ab ide 3 do Dressing Boxes & Reverse Swinst 4 do Silvered Plntts in black reeded frames do unsilvcred do. 1 do rich cut Glass Pant I do Tin Foil 1 1 to 31 inches, fnr sale by PETER HEM SEN H CO. mh3 St South - street. NOTICE. OiT All persons havine claims aeainst the es tate of Capt. W illiam Taylor, deceased are de - tired to present tlim to thn suhKriber for settlement, and those indebted to said estate are requested to make payment without delny. feb 12 lm Administrator. NO I ICE. dO"The copartnership heretofore existing between the lubtrriheri, under the lino ol N. S I'avie V Co. it this day dissolved by mutual coo - tent The debit due and claims against said firm will be settled by N. S. Partes. N. P. DAVIE'S, A. W. TRAPPAN. The business will In future be cnndur.tod by, N. Smith Davies, under the firm of N. Smith Dar virs S (Jo. lets 14 DUCKS fc SLI P.V. a Sealed proposals will be received tithe Comptrollers Oflice, City Hall, till Monday the 'lli of March, at 2 o'clock, for renting the public Docks and Slips for one year from the 1st May next, agreeably to the new .rates of wharfage established hy the Common l,ounoil on the 16th inst. the particulars of which may be seen at the Comptroller's Olhce. fch 19 NOTICE. frr - The subscribers haviiie received a gene rarassib - nment of all the estate of John Murray 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, or to the individual partners who will attend to llie same alius ollice, io. ill ii - ari - sneei. WILLIAM BAYARD, fib 24 tf HENRY BARCLAY. UN CHAiNCKHY. IN CHANCERY. N nersunnce nf a decretal order of (hit honor a - hie court, will be sold at public auction, at the routine cone Mouse, in mo city nl new. York, under the direction of the tuhtcrilier. one the masters of this court, on Tuesday, the 24tli day of March mtt. at twelve o'clock in the forenoon of that dar. all that certain piece or parcel ol'laiid, situate nt Greenwich, in the lh ward of the said city of New - York ; beginning on the west sideol Greenwich - street, forty four feet ten inches, northerly, from the corner lormed hy the intersection of Hammond and Greenwich - streets; them e westerly on a right ancle with Greenwich - street about eighty five left, he the tame more less, until it strikes a line of forty - three feet, in rear of the said ground ; thence northwester until it strikes a coiner a'rout twenty seven lect six inches, be the tame more or lest ; thence easterly twenty four feet, thence northwesterly thirty three feet six inches ; thence easterly fifty itiree leei I mencc acniu easterly uuny iv.o ieei four inches, to Greenwich - street ; thence touth - rly, along Greenwich - street, seventy five lert three iiu lies, to the place of beginning. Togeth with all and lingular, the edifice, biiildtiit;!, rights, members, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or appertaining. On the above property are erected two substantial frame bouses, each about twenty Ave feet front and rear, and thirty two reel deep, and also a workshop. Dated New - York, March f, 1KI8. H. WESTERVELT, Matter in Chancery. N. B. A map or sketch of the above inny be seen hy applying at my office, No, I Nassau - street, mli 2 lawSwdlw ACADEMY AT BELLEVILLE, N. J. 'HIS institution will be opened on the first dav ol Anril next, under the direction of JAMES STRYKER, A.M. at principal there The course of instruction will embrace all the branches preparatory to a collegiate education, well at those which are necessary fort lie mer chant, the larmer, and Ihe mechanic, viz : A grammatical knowledge of the English, Latin and Greek languages, arithmetic, mathematics, antient and modern Geogrnphy, iui: ludmg the use glnhet and maps, ancient mid modern history, natural and moral philosophy, composition, book Keeping, reading, writing, tic. 'Ihe terms ol tuition for day scholars in the lowest branches, will he two dollars per quarter, and will not exceed five dollars per quarter, any ol the higher. To those at a distance, wno are desirous oi sending their children to this healthy and beau tiful village tor instruction, the principal oilers receive into his own family, a select number, who will be educated and boarded, (including washing and mending) at the rate of $160 per annum. K it requested that those who intend to send their children to the day sc hool attached to the institution, will give early notice. In offering this seminary to public notice, the trusteei entertain a hope, that the beneficial pur poses contemplated in its establishment, will not j defeated from the want of public patronage. I Fnr the ability ol their principal to fullil the im portant task he has undertaken, they refer to the subioined recommendation ; and he will employ ushers or assistants, but such as shall be most satisfactorily recommended nnd duly qualified To the inhabitants oi me village and its vicini they offer a well regulated school, for the ill' struction of their youth, a thing much wanted and long desired ;and to strangers, the advanta of education in a place admirably adapted the purpose, by its nearness to, Hnd daily communication with New - York, and its ac knowledged tupenonty in point of health and beauty. Mi. siaatt v an otnivooro, Abraham Csdinut, John Van Remseltr, James Hornhlower, Ezefciel Wade, Jonathan Tompkins, Bellevile, December, 1817, i Trustees. SKCOMMRKDATIOSJ Mr. Stryker, the Principal, by P. Wilson, L, It. U. riolessor oi languages in voiuiania Colleire. M This rentlrman it an Allumnusof Colunv la College, and received a considerable part of Ins instruction from me. I am therefore wrll acquainted with hit talentt and have bo hilati n aecianng Hint iuny ii"i - "a - task he has underfokeo, with credit to hieiiell and benefit to the community." (Signed) r. muow.v. jan 0 lawtMVr - HOUSE - IVIFE SH Eh TIjYU i. Lie C. SUYUAM, No. 01 Maiiitu - ianc, nave just opened t boxet if - V and 5 - 4 wide new undressed house ile sheetings at low prices ALCO, Stout and fine Iridi Sheeting Irish linens I king lawns Birds eye diapers ; table diaper Daie.isk cloths and napkins, and Superfine Scotch lir.eo bed - tickJ. Also, for sale by the package, Irish lii - ns, sheetings, diaper Long lawn, black and brown linens, and Ltsei bed ticks, assorted. nib7 6t "kSNABUKGS Si PAPER 1 bale Osns J burn, and 1 do Italian Paper, for sale at Pearl - tlreet i.o 1 1 CTBTtA r CUMIXG I I OOKING Gl. I Ll FOIL, &c. - 3 ld Mirrors 15 to2l To the honorable the judges aad as - silurt juuicet of the court of , cointn, r. picas in aud for the conn ty ofOrai.xe Tbe petition of John l.uer, nfthetown of Go - sin n, in the rouuty el Oraugi respectfully thcweih fpHAl'yourpetillonrris seized infeeiimple. L as teimul in common, toge.ther with Die several parties herein alter nimed. of ek - M rmml undivided forty eighth imit', the whole into ftxtv eight equal parts to be divided, of in and to all that certain lot, tract, plici: or parcti ol land, situate, lyirg and being in the viliaee (4 New hurvh, in the laid rourity of Orange : hounded on the north hy the ttreet culled ihe eight rod - street, on the east by Ihe H i" son river, on the south by lands formerly Ixdongivg to Hirnm Welter and George Monrli. and on tluwettby ' lands formerly tielonging to Thomas Coldea ; containing, as it supposed, two acres of land. apu yourpeiiuoner luruier srieirein, mat jotin Rutlieifurd, of the state of New - Jrttey, is also tcued as aforesaid, ollour otherequal undivided lorry eignin purls oi tne same. TL.t - I. i i : - imi . - - uBtinnaii rtooiiitovi, si preieni. ns jour petitioner is informed and believes a resident in that part of the kingdom of Grent Britain called c.iKi no, is riso seu - u as aiort - saiii, oi lour oilier equal undivided lorty eighth parts of the same. i nai jonn atevrnt, ol the ttate of New - Jersey, is alto selted us aforesaid, of two other equal undivided forty eighth parts of tbe same. i ki( iiimin u. uiviBgavm, oi iiie county of Columbia, in this state, and Margaret, hit wife, ill the right of the said Margaret, are tlso seized as aforesaid, of one other equal undivided forty eighth part thereof. Aud that Edward P. Living'ton, of the' said county ol Columbia, ami Elisabeth, his wife, m the right of the said Elizabeth, are also seised as alon - said, of one other equal undivided lofty eighth part thereof. And that Cornelia Livingston, of (he city of New - York, Peter Van Brugh Livingtton, at present, as your petitioner it informed aud lie lie vet, fl retidentin some part of the kingdom of li rest Britain, and Peter Kane, oflhettaletif New.Jer - sey, hy virtue of an act of Ihe legislature of the stale, vesting in ttiein, as trustees, the estate of Peter Van brugh Luingston. deceased, are also seized as aforetnid, of lour other equal undivided forty eighth partt thereof. And that Alas ander Robertson, of Ihe city of New - York, and Frances, his wile, in the rkht of the taid Frances, arc also i ivd as aforesaid, of the remaining twenty lour equal undivided forty eighth parti thereof. And your Petitioner further soeweth, that he is desirous to have Partition made of all and singular the said above described premises, among the said several owners or proprietor of the same, according to their several snd respective rights of, in and to the same. Wherefore your petitioner prayi that the said premises may he divided among the taid several owuert or proprietors, according to their taid several and respective rights, hy rommittioiier tube appointed by this honorable court, in pur suance olth directions of the act, entitled ", An act for Ihe partition of lands. "And your petitioner, as in duty bound, shall ever pray, Uc. JOHN I'iUER. . ToJehn Ruthrford, Susannah. Robinson, John rtevens, Robert L. Livingston anil Marguiet his wile, Edward P. Livingston and Elisabeth his wife, Cornelia Livingston, Peter Van Burgh Livingston, Peter Kane, Alexander Robertson nnd Frances his wife. You will he Pleated to take notice that a Peti tion of Inch the preceding it a copy, will he pre sented to Ihe honorable the Judges and Assiiiuut Justices of the Court ol Common plrat, in und ior me county oi urange, on the last Mondxy nt May next, to be held at the court house in Goshen, in and for the laid county of Orange, nt ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, or a soon thereafter as counsel can be heard, and an appli cation will thereupon be made lor the appointment of commission! ra to make Partition of tlx, Premises with the appurtenances in tin. said Peti tion mentioned and detcrihed, according to thu prayer of the said Petition, and the diicclinns of an act of the Legislature nf the Stale of New - York, entitled " an net for the u.trlition of lands." Dated January 10, Ifilil. JOHN DUER. Alrxandcr Duer, attorney for petitioner. Feb 1 lawtlmMay I A ' ANTED, a room suitable for nn office, V V and board in a Private familv in or near iiunion - tireei Apply ut this uflice.' mh 7 3i od m LiA s 1 1 Or r ICE I IN UliCA. ' I Mir. subscriber hut opened anofhi em Gene Jl see street, Ulica, for recordu g and exhibiting for sale unsettled lands and improved I arms iu the United Slates generally, and pnrticulnrly the western district of the state ol New - York, and solicits such persons as are desirous of idling their landt to lurniib him with maps, descriptioM and terms of snle. This town having been for a ot:g lime a great thoroughfare nr emigrants from Europe and the astern stnt s, mcoiirciiuentiv nn ellgi'ile position for an estnhhsl.ftietri, uirotding facilities lo own ers and settlers of land. All conimunicatiiHis fpostuge paid) will be promptly ntb - nded to. As an agent generally lor the trunsurlinnoiiiii - sine", on commission, am! Collection hint transmission of money, he "llei his serricit to the , 1. ,fi,r puour. j in n, anusry, ioio len xiiiiiw4wcnir r. iin;its. By authority if the aatti of Scui - Jmey and - J tin - fork. T "MIE MILFORD ti OWEGO ROAD LOT - I ERY, for larilitntinir the intrrcourM be tween the western parts ul the State nl w - York and th.; City of New - York, through U.e States of Pennsylvania and New - Jersey. at nr. vi t.. 1 prize ol 70,OfN) DOLLARS 1 35.IMN) DOLLARS 2 lO.tNMS DOLLARS 2 5,0110 DOLLARS 10 1,000 I X'LLARS 30 aOO DO .LAHS M0 IHI DULi.AKS 300 30 DOLLARS 3.HI6 Prires not two Dhmki Yo a Prixe 10,lHI0 Tickets Part ol the Frizes will he determine f as followt : First 1I"J Blanks, llurty Dollars each. First drawn No. 1st day, will be eutitled to - do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do dd d 3d 4th 5th 6th 7th mh 1Mb 10th lltb Wth 13th 14th 15th 16th 17th lmti 19Ui do do do do do do do do si) du do do Ut da do do do do 600 lOOt) 5UO 5om 5tm lOtKKl .VK 1000 6sj 3501 HI 500 10i)0 AO 70UK) 6a KKiO o0 lOtiO do SOih do 500 This Lottery will commence drawing af H e city of Jersey, tn the first Tuesday in May next. and will i compl ted in twenty drawing, t be prizes win oe pain ai ine union can, iu ine city of New York, sixty days after the drawing wdl ue finished., subject lo a deduction oi i per cent CHAS KIN'EY.J D. STUART, Comoiisiooers JNO LI.VN. ' Tickets id dollars eai b. . '.'."j ' Advcnlarert and Dealers can be snrplwd a lic4lion to ISAAC u. o' I't - .v, if, 20 eodtf 43 Wall - street PAPER. 7 bales oi" a g - wxl rd - M, . CLUKA ec u tor fcaie Bb 4 7i i art - street

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