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Insolvents, advertising r R THE fcENEFrTOFTHEACTEITHIS. TATE, .cartas rao tub AlbabtAb - 1 official rank.' . ' ArtI'or fieore Richard Biker, Perkins Nicliota, May 6 John It. IjiioV. April 8 it, t 1 ' .Mini. Manvord, May It . 7(.lia Dtpr - w, April 21 Adam Doth, April C3 Peter tKhin.ll, May S3 Philip K. Muhlenberg, do . Lewis 11 ' jut, April Jas. Gale, May It ' Amaua livaa'i, April SJ c Joseph Dow, "April 29 ' - Thomsi holler. May It J. . Ainea tvecd, April II ) - Uc Cropty, April 13 JtBtetCcylt Mb J 8 William Hamilton, April 14 Aiiranara l, cum) Jtr, itru " . 'i1iM Worov, Alalia; Jodson Canfcld do Jimui .VIerrell, AprJ 10 '.John Brigs, April 11 ' j Jolhft'a A. French, April 81 Jotm II. W ilhor, April V5 .... 1 Daniel Hantotj .do Benjamin Cbailton, April 4 . , .'ml' Gay, Apiil IS - - - ' Wi'linm Eastnn, jtin April 11 Lewi Keeljr, April 4 ' Jeremiah Keelrr, do ' ! jwpiitili E. Prime, April U . Sylvester Gilbert. AprU 30 xlniofi.RMcn. MarvhsM " VWism W iltnn, Aprr! 28 m . .'Valentine W. Weitan, April 50 - Joaiah Fall oner. March 21. 'Jnree Towotend, March 28 . ' Philip Jonas, April H John T. Robinoo. March 24 Edward Leadneater, April 7 ' JT7IT1I ilinr, u. ciuiu . ' . Aruory Gamag - , Apiil4 John HavilaaJ, March SO ' ' Kifchard Field,. clo Newer! Brncfectt, April 7 George Sl.t.t.r, March 17 ' JJosea DtUgc. April 14 "l)jni;ITiie, March tl Rolx.rtNitholl. March 28 J - irrtri Pureell. ADril II Andre I.. Halsl.d, March 28 JoetTay, April 10 Parley Rice, March S3 ' , .Julia. Valentine, April 4 Jo:,n HendricksoB, April 4 v - fltnjnmin II. Akin, April 4 vBnmuel Whiting, March 17 ' Hhui - i II. Hamilton. March SI Albany eounty Before Philip S. Parker, Re - r eoracf, tn si many, I ChH Hewitt. Anril94 Robert Anderson it Wil ism Aodermn, May 8 John G Whcelnck, of Belhlcheui, April 10 Genre e Vlning, jr. May 1 ' Itanicl Powers, do SlephcnS Mai. an, April 3 Samuel Kullsr. Anrii 10 Julm Stod.lr.l, and Xailinn Jenkmi, March SO ' Ahmlinra C. Sheldon, April 3 Elijah II. Boa - dnrm and Jedcdiah Ourchard, - Mufxa S7 ' ft tfort .IptUot Moore. . liter Sfurdi vant, ol Cor)innnr, April 18 Madam county - fiebre Pan tmilh, Jirtt judge . , , , in t'elerboTt1. joteph Modi - 1, April SS Stepiien MnlUiewton, of Smidifiild, and Silai Cbarxh, April 4. , , layman Holcoroh. of Brookfirld, March 28 Job Boone, April 4 l)aniel DeoUm, ol Sullivan. April 4 " 8miiel Coon, and Jacob W. Alnrale, of Ln - 01. March SI Hoary I. Walrath, orSullivan, April 4 t)btge C'oimv litfort Jauph Irhtte, Jirtt '' - JuAit in (he tmen if Cherry ValUy. . ' tJonjamin Stilfi, May id Attieciiince W. Ainvorth, and Arnold VV hec - er. Man h 28. Jam' s North, March 10 JJijahP.()lm.td, Mi - r.hS3 ' Jafw MmHn Warr.ii I ft JHantremtrp tetmtv lirfvrt Alexander Sheldon, I . ArJkti Slnnm tl J. tlinalntifn A nril QK Willuia B.AVaie, William Ltwx, cod Joliu 1 Tmupi r, April II "i Peter (Innate, ofCanajnharie, March 16. " Vim. I. fuller, ol Cam.jnli'arie, Mnrch 20 ( Citi) of Trj - - - Bifore William L. Marty, Etq . AOibroie Cburch, April 10 7 ' Ht nry Million, April 4 N Afeundtr Mahan, March S7 J - J Mine l.adne, March 23 ' John L'raon. Amil III labia Van Allen. April II y i uenjnuun.Tio.ire, oi iOiiariir, April in. Alexander Malum, of Grvtutmih, March 20 ' "Theodore Bratkett,' March SB , Viwndaga CountuBtfort Jatfiua Funnanjinl 4 ' Judge in Onondaga. , '. Silai Bull, ol Otisco, May W0 I .fJehriniah Millard, of Salma, April 17 .Israel Utviiint - ll, ofManliui, April 14 ,l)aid illiaim, ofTully, April 7 Nelieiuiab Millard, of Sarin a, March 20 2ibina Smith, of Tullv, March - 4 luaac W. Aeril, of Snlina, Apirl J ' IS'ehciuiih Miilard, of do. Marcii 17 LcniaDiin Darline. Jr. ol AlunUii. and John Swei l, of Kahili, March 17 . .Ephraim Knt, March 21 Selnh Wolrcir, March3l . Cluer C. Cniigdun. ol Salipa, March tl . Jowph Landou, f.f Marcellui, March 21 JIiL k. March 44 Kuhinlon County ftrfart Anthony , Blanch - ard tn Sulrm. John Poller, April 16 Alratain Carle, ol Arcy'e. and Fraocil Crocker, of While Creek, April ID Tiirwlliy Ullr y, of White Creek, May 1 Joi; I'lian Wheat, of Greenwich, March S3 Jamea Well. Marrh 25 Gent nee county Urf.tre John II. Janet, Jin , J mine, tn l.mttier. Cil. - a Bishop. May 28 H) lianm Ilaruro 'lid, do Frawia iNourn, May 211 . Ellirk I onell, of Balavin, May SI Joeph Hoive.jr. April SO Elijah Smith, o: U iHtia. May C Franrif Smith, Calcdonu, April 16 Erie Slnoe. May 8 - Wil!ii3i UaM. May 6 Elliot! Marroun, April 17 R' - dney Wadiworth, of fclielJon, April li . fciunn Knell, March 4 Oliver Blake, of Batavia, April 8 Milton Fox. March 18 Axarfntiil. Hubbard, and Levcil C. Cock, Warrnr 1U1 U'nAil.r Aritstmn M.wli - Streloga caunlyBifore Salmon Child, Jirtt Jiase,nUrtenpela. Hohert r.i.i'cWy, of Oracje, April 50 Charle. Peck, April 11 Jabfi i'cinftock, of Gal way. May B Tirai.'.riv Knox, of Walcrlord, Aurd C I'.niaruel Lyrn, of Flillwair, Ap'nl 9 . lYtrr vn, .ii 5 i.mnl Wrrmn, at On thfirhl, April 30 Pel iamii' IVnm U at rlo. Amil Oil G. orv Mt r. fc.iy.of NnrihumlHulan,! iTclj3 Bal Ni - a.ou, M.,nli tl Julio M. Berrv. of NorthMmbfrlaad. April 27 VauC.Viodu Bcrgh,of Walerfurd, April Jom TtK March SO J'in I). Martin, MarrhSS LoJ umt county Wore J. D.Xmril, Ihulm vmu' . - . n uiKriumrpii, May IS liracl II Pu!ey, April 17 ' William Fellona, Ma, 15 f - tlna William May 7 j - i'i m dp'wb, jr. ao Hcrekiah Sii - I, ApiilSI ' Wm.C:. Pmilh, Aptd 10 ' Jaara Monre, Mi ch !0 Ounanjro eounjy - fl'hr OWiafc German, Etj. tnjVoririch. Norea WheeVr, jr. May 4 John Twitchell. May 4 ' Oliver H. Pbeli, April 27 ni.r w. Uetcne, do Jot Baker, ot Bainhridge, Apra 11 Joseph Alrenon, April if 'Jualia EhattDck, Arrfl 17 ' ' l.r...k Ruthm. at GtKtUt. AVUil " ' - JudtelnratfM - trot.. . fUyaotda Hill. May 4 Amoa C. YVeai, Uutb tl Chyndm ceuHttrBrftr. Jt'athan WiIIimmi. lioberl Graves Jr. of Paria, April 11 : Brfurt Jterrit 8. Mtiler. Jacob Horey, of Trenton, April 18 Wendell Berry, of Wnileitown. Aanl 18 Hetiry Slooe, ofBridjswaler, AUrcli SJ Orange enmty Brfurt JVathmn H. n hut, ttq. M Gnhen. Thomaa C. Evana, April 25 . Btnjaiein fceert, o' Mooontf ry, April JuhuG. Hurtin, MarrhCj Henry M. Terwillitr, of Montgomery, Men 31 tfrn Counly, btfort Gerrit AbeH Ete. at Catikill. I riah Coffin, March 21 Jcftrtm CetnUfi...Befort W. D. Fori, Jaa. Pennel.of Hoontfield, April 23 Joaeph Slone, of Ee Koy, do Ebenrrer Bartholomew, of Brownviile, Apl28 Sth Warner, ol Champi.n, May 9 Auguttua Bennett, April IS Julia Wright, Jan. ol Adaon, March 28 lid Little, March 28 Thouiaa Kaaiett, ol Hodman. March 36 Seliuhane County, btfort It m, Jtetkuwt, tq at OJiuron. Henry P. Almy, of Broome, April 18 btuigin Sloan, ol'Carliile, May 9. John I. Moot, i.f JifTcrMMi, April 4 Dvtchut County firfort Jamet Emoll, Ziq. A mot P. Keicham, May 23 Lodowick Hopkint, ol Khim k k, and John 9. Caverly, of i'oughkeeptie, April 14 juLB iianarix, oi iicduooii, April xu JoK'i'h II. Cunningham, ay 1 Deiawart County, b'fore Itaae Ogden, Etq. I'limea Howlund, Jr. May 'i Kotwell Pork. Acril 4. Sylvriter lVetton, ol Uoxhury, May 4 l - ewit Weed, April 4 Mnaea L. Ptnd. II, April 4 Jlen.ao Hawkii.t, ol Franklin, April 4 irrrr County brfore Wm. nobardi. Flam Sperry,of Quecoibmg, April 18 Andrew Howis. do Henry G. Breeae, April 35 Jovph A met, ol Q.irtnthury, May 8 Ira Harris, of do. Anril 18 Benjamin Hamoiond, jr. April 18 Fra'tier liarrit, May 16 John Noxoo, of Warremhurg, April 18 Samuel Crane, jr. April 3 Wettley P. Lake, ol Chetter, March 28 Herkimer County, bifore Xalhrjx Smith, John Kvent, May 2 Suffolk County - before T. Strong, Eiq Jonaa llawkint, April 18 Wm. Tvler, of Ilrookhavrn, April 13 Sulluan County, bifore l UiamA. 'Jhompion, Ktq. at Jhompion. ' Gilbert Miller, of Neveriink, April 15 Jamet Gorton, April 8 . Havid llanford, March 19 Vtimu Cdmay Brfore JKrttiz, F.tq.atJuniut. Jeremiuli Spicer. April 27 Marrhal Lewn, April 6 Franklin County, brforr AlbonJilmv, f.iq. Henry Hap ley, of fort Covington, April 18 ' Ontario County, brfore Judgt A'icliolat. Joel A. Crane, May 7. , Iaac Davtton, of rocios, April 7 Before A". iV. Hourll, Etc. at Cnnnndaigua. Itenoi i Griiwiild, of Livonia, April 23 John Greene, April 27 Jniiah Morehr ute, March 23 Philip PeMor. March 27 Clinton County, before Plinv Monre, Ktq. Slmrpe Allen, of Pluttthurg. April 30 Thoinni M'Crrcily, nnd Jolin Wail, March 26 Cvyuva Count it, lufore Judge .Vtltir. Richard Hiiner, April 18 A'a Hmpton, of Aureliut, April SS Ch.iilci Kohinton, of bcipin, April 12 Tlmniat Manahan. ol bcipio, April 9 Li man Robert, March 28 l.ortlnmtt C'oim'v, bifore Judge Keif. Timothy Burr, of Preble, April 21 John Sloan, May 10 Jotiuh Wilcox tun. May 18 John Smith, Jun. of Viigil, April 8 Henry Weaver, May C John Foot, of Preble, March 20 Joteph llurrin;;ti'ii, Jun. of Truaton, March S linntelarr county, lfore Judge Matltrt. V'illi.ra Gormen, nf l'iltatnwii, April II S. Laierence Courtly, before, lude Ford. Jesic Streeler, of Knutie, April II Srhnicctadi), brfore G. Cleveland. Peter Rolihint.'Mnv lit Olii Knight, M iy 12 Peletiah Adnmt, April 22 Peler Robbing M.iy 1 1 Clmpnan Taher, April. 15 Tiff a County, before Judge Baker. Geo. C. Taine, May 5 Otvrea County, before. Judge .Voowy. John Gilhe it, April 18 Querni Countv, b'fore Cory Dunn. Joseph Smith, of llrni ilrnd, April li IN CHANCERY. IN CHA.NCKRV. IN pursuance ofa de r.tnl order of tlii hnnorn 1 hie coul I, will he told at pnblic niH - linn, nt the Tontinr Coir - c llnutn, in the city of New Y'rk, under the direction of the suhK - rjber. on of the nmsters of thit court, on Tiieiday.lhe 24th day of i arch intt. at twelve, o'clu - k in the forenoon of Hint dav. nil that certain piece or parcel of land, situate ut Greenwich, in the IHh waid of (he said city of New - York; liesinning on the et mleol ttrcenwich - ntreet, forty four fwt t n inihet, northerly, I rum the corner formed by the intrrK - i lionof llnmiiinml aod Gieenvvi. - h - itreel thence westtr'y on a riirht antle with Greonwiclv itieet aboi.l i.i);lity live It - it, be llu - s.ui;c more r lest, until it ttr.ket a line ol forty - three tret, in me rear ui the tnnl i.iiiinl ; Hit nee nortlnvotli r - ly m.iilit ttriHrt it comer ai.niii twenty tevin frtel nx liicln t, lie tlie trine more or lm ; tin lire easterly twenty fntirlaet, thewc iiorlliwetterly (hiily thMe leet ti niche ; thence: r atterly hlly three feet j thetice again eatrlv thtriy two f. - et lour iniiKi, lo v.. rcim u - ii - tlreel ; thence toutli (ily,alnnt; GreeiiWit h - streel, teventv five feet mree mi ret, to llie ptnee ol In iiitiin. Vgcth - er Willi all nml tmeulnr, the. edifices, huil'lmcs tylii. nieniD.'rt, la ri:uiuinentt ami appurtennn ret thereuntil Indonenc ornntM rtainiii". On the above prcperty ar erected two luhttantial frame houses, each ubout twenty lire feel Iront tin I rear, and thirty two feet deep, nnd alto a work shop. Dated New - Yo.k, Mrrh 2, 1KI8. tl. f.!5 I tKV r.L I , Mtt r in Chancerv. N. B. A manor sketch of the above ninv be t.en ly applying at tuy otlice. No. 1 Natsau - street. mh 2 lavvSwdl w Gb'jyrF.KL bxir.ni.VG. FRANKLIN MOUSE This new, spacious and splendid Building, situated in Broad way, the great and fashionable street ilividinir the centre of the city, at the corner of Dry nt a ril be opened by the Mihscriler on the Jt of .May next, for the reception ot Uoardrrs. It is fitted, anil m ill be furnished in a man ner not surpassed, for convenience and ele gance, by any private dwelling i - i the citv. I occupies the mot cligihle kituation, being central, in view ol tip Paiknnd Citylljll j .lit upper apartments overWkinp the whole town. commanding a view of the adjacent country tor a cireunilcret - ceor 50 miles, including tin: llook, the Na - inus, and the Harbour i and it h bclici ed that no House in Uie country ex cells it, either for elegance of structure or ait li ill. m ; and 0 enu nte having been tnjt. ed b the owner to make it complete for the ptirp.se, in every respect, it will oll'er to "U'" ,IM gentlemen, and fainilienvisiting tl ci.y. themotKnieel, plean.n' and retire.1 i partirunts. The choicest of Wine and Liquors w. be furnuihed, and nu trouble or expense wil. oe sp,rod.:0 make the entertainment plea - sant rare rtnd excellent Thin establishment ..uca exclusively rr Genteel Boardinff SPRlXa - TRElT NOTICE. NOTICE it hertby given to all perafltti in - tereated, that the Cornm'asionera of Ea - tiniateand Aiiesament, appointed by the Supreme Court bt Judicature of the itate of New - York, lof erfurm certain duties relative to the enlarging ofSpring - atrect, between Thompson - ati eet and Wooalcr - atreet,' in the eight ward of the said city, have completed their estimate and assessment, as well of the tons ami damage sustained over and above the benefit and advantage received by the owners of the lands and premisea required fop the said enlarging and improving Sprmg - airret as aforesaid, as also or the Dener.t una artvampgc received oy the owner and parties interested of and in cer tain lands and premisea not required for said improvement Ana that we the aaju Oimrms sinner have deposited a true copy of such es timale and assessment in the Clerks office of the city of New - York for the inspection of whomsoever it may concern and notice is hereby further given, that the report of estimate ami assessment will be presented to tlie Supreme Court of Judicamre, of the state of New - York, at the tity - llall or the cityof .New - York, on Monday the fourth d;.y of May next, at l lie opening of the said Court mi that day, or as soon thereafter as counaei can be heard thereon. Dated New - York, March 3, 1818. PETFR HAWKS, ) PKTF.R 8 I Af.fi, V Commisiioncri JOHN J ARGEK. ) mh 4 l it illErtKS. VH EATON fc IMVI - j. So. 1 I 153 Fulton - st. opposite St. Paul's Church, ofli - r for sale, wholesale and retail, a large and elegant attortment of . t 'iii I'd nnd birds eye maple Chairs, wilhranr aud hair cloth seali, plain, gilt, aod richly oniB' mrntcd Pointed Chairs, plain gilt and ornamented, in gold, and broni'd Conversation, Sewing, Rocking and Childreu't yitnirv nnci ciuuit Curl'd Mn Die and Painted founeers. Sofa, bctttri, Mu.ic, fct. - . plain, gilt aod ornauieuti d, in g'.ld and hrooz (I. t rdeis from any part ol the continent exeru ted with detputchj tub 23 WHEA I ON'S I I t'll OIN TMENT. ri'HF. lonir ai;d tuccettfiil utc of this ointment I ii I luffi. icnt recommendation, ns it hat b en found to lie a nleatant. safe and certain it medy for that disagreeable ditcate in nil its rta - eet. It is for sale in Ihe cily of New - York, by J. A. it VT. K. l out, No. 41 wiiiiara - itre. t; l. bt 'P. Clnrk, No. 65 Maiden - Lane ; II. II. SrhicflVlin fi Co.. No. 193 Pearl - street; Law - rence tl Keett. No. 195 Pearl - strret ; Hull 4 Bowne, 14'i Pcarl itrert ; R. it L. Murray, 313 Prarl - ttreet : J. M. Krailhuist, 314 fearl ttrrel ; John Penlord. No. 4 r let. In r - tieit : Utiryce K Poc. in. Pearl - street; John C. Morrison, 1118 Greenwich - strett; John P. Fiiher, 106 Broadway : Waller Ac Seaman, corner of Chnmher - il. arid Broadway, and alio inChutham - strett ; and in short it may he procured at moit of (he I 'rug stores in this city Also in Philadelphia, ol b. Withered & Sni : George Hariell , North bt Ko - cere, and almost a.'l the drug;ii(s in the principal iuwus in me viuien ciuiti. MKr.WISK. WHEA TON'S JAI.'NHICEBITTEBS may be hail at the above phices. inn 22 fun J o tlie CitisriuoJ JS'cw - i ork. ZEflAII HAWLEY l'liytiiian nnd Denti - t, would inform the inhabitanti of New - York, that he has taken tin ollice tit No. 321 Prarl - slrcet, where he will rxltact, clean, tile. Jit and itlJ eeth in the most approved luunner. lie will nlso prevent nny iirr Kulurity ol the aecrndary teeth, if application is made to him in i aoo. II. - Halters huiisclf. tri m the experience l.ebai had in his profession, that he shall be able to give general satitlact ion. rorctiarncier inu puiiiic nre reierrea to iir. Geo. P. hhipinan, merchant, No. 63 South - street, and Uur.uir A. Ivn, no. xdi reail slreet. Whom U may concern. Qr This rrrlilies, thai Or. Zerah llawiey ii a retiilnr hnd phvtician, nnd in cood ttandinK n - illi ins hrvtiirm in tint place ; limine nat pain particular attention to tl art of Dcnlittry, hat Uuilie.1 the belt European works on the object. md has given very good lalxiaction in this orancn ;o his cuvtoiiier, who are penimini the llrst re - iHctabiiitv in tin cit v. W e therefore, with en irecontldeme. reconunend Dr. Ilawley to the citltf - nt ol iew - rort:, an dentin. Apneas .vtimtna l mi ives Nathan Smith Jonathan Knlnht. Proleuors of the Medical Inttitution of Yale Col - ICollegu, New - Haven, Jan 22, 1C18; mh 3 2vt GEO. GKIH'rt MUSIC SIHOOL, If 0 - 20 H ALI. - fiTRF.KT, , S ettahlithud on his new and eaty system ol 4eai;hinComKsitiou thoro' bats, pr ludine the art of tinkering the piano forte and tinging, I erms ju dollars per quarter, nan in ad vance. From 4 In 7, talurdayi, P. M. the academy will he open, for the Iriendi of icience nnd the amateurs, of omtic to call and intpect the etlah - ikl.uirnt, ainl tnry are requeued to nnns with them the tint European workton music, to ena - le them accurately to appreciate the merits of ii utw iinprovea lyiicm oi leacmng, ny mn b zw ti. umii. MAIUKFS IN A iiEW ft I'YLF., at r. nr.avr, from i.oinotr, at $Q nnd n - wanti. bt ritni ns ninv he seen at the I online Cuff e House, the City Hotel, and at hitpaint - nc room, lull uroaoway, exactly opposita John ftiet I. ml: G 2w WANTF.D h situation in u scl.o.J or private family, a frnnle of retpectnhili - Iv. who has heeu nccuilnmed to teach writine. arilliinrtic, eeoKrai.hv, &:r. Any lady in want m such a - n.ni, will tind the advertittr worthy oi notice, having been in the above capacity in r.nginmi, nnii can prnuure taiittactory reii ren ret. r or lurthrr particulars enqiore oi the p - m ter of this paivr. feh21 NEW BUCK. .1 U;T pnl)li'hed and for ..l by EI.IAS V. - LKNIINE, 104 Broadway, 3d door below l'ine - lrret, . llob Kov, hy the author of Waverly,' ' tin? nlannrrinc,' and the Ahliouary,' 1 vols, In.e cipics2dlt. coarte I 75. A corpM - nilitiin of tieogranhv, containin!, be - ideslbe in, liter utunl in such wnrkt, athnrttyt loin 01 rwreel teogrphy, ny Hie Itev.l. John 1. Iludil, Ittfctni ol at. John's Church, Lrizaoeth loan, (N.J) Conerpondetice between a mother and her di.uht. r, bv Mrs.1 aylor and Jane Taylor. accuiu t V hemit at Amiitenient. 6 volt, ofelegant exiracts, with engravings. Orders recti vrd fnrenuravins. Copier plate printing ol every description exe - cuiea witn nralness an.l neipalcn. FOR SALF 'MIE CIRCULATING LIBRARY, 133 Ful - 1. lon - ttrect, near iircndway, couiislingnf on extensive and choice collection ol hiftory, travels, voyages, biography, romances, novels, taiet, playi, reviews, mazarines, A:c. Catiilogue may beex.imined at the library which is open lor subscribers, at utual. uih4lf NOTICE. (fcJr - The copartnerthip heretofore exiititg be - twe n the iuh - rrihert, under the firm ol Dav iesi Co. islhindnv tiiolvr.d I vinntual coo tent. The debts due and claims ag.iii.st said lirui will beiellied by i n. Iav. N. P. HA VIES," A. W. TRAPPAN. Theb - niness will in future be conducted by A. buntb Davies, uuder the arm of i. smith Da, Vies A; Co. leb 14 NOTICE. It7 The su!)(ctitf r having received a grie rat assigninent ol a.l theettale ol' Julia Murray k Sons for the tKiiefit of cn ditort as expressed in the assignment, bava authorited Peter Iid - low to liquidate the unsettUd a - 'counts aed to receive pay ment of all debts due to the (aid firm. or to the individual partner who ill attend to the same at bis office. No. 1 1 1 Prarl - ilrvet. WILLIAM BAYARD, - ftb 14 tf HENRY BARCLAY. TO COMMENCE ON MONDAY NEXT. UfCl0yj.Lff. O tMavboat A. . - 'i Olive - branc r - - lu:l - y .,.Ul.h.. Via Rrnruwick 2I ZIS25 miles by laoch Prire thiousa SI50. fore - castle or deck mitenpcrs. t3 50. The OLIVE - BRANCH will leave New - York ver dav at 11 o'clock, from the north tide of the iiattiry, and to return fiom BrumTvkk so as to arrive at 10 the next morning, in this city. This line ha a connection with the belt boats on the Delaware and Chctapeaka to Norfolk ; ai alto thote of the North Riv asd Sound ; and their :rttal txrivslt calculated'tO p little, if any delay. This is a speedy and certainly the most con venient rout, as the passengers sleep at i renion or Brunswick, and arrive at a much lest expente and in th hours of business at New - York or Philadelphia without fatigue in travelling or the want of tleep, as the distance by laud ii so mail whereat via the Point and rowlei Hook it it 56 and !6 miles. Fore - catle paw eng' rt, (who diet with the peo pie,) to Bruutwii k, Amboy, at$l each. Liht IreigtH and uiarkeunj, irce. Naw - York, March 12, 1818. mh 12 N. SMITH DA VIES. Late conductor ol the business of Mr. Natha niel Smith. ' OFFERS for sale nt his Manufactory, No. I J6 Broadway, ai general Ri d extenuvean assortment oi pcriumery and fancy articles as maybe found in this city. Anions which are Vegetable transparent ihaviiitr liduid. which makes a creamy lather and tollens tlie beard OilantKiue lor curling, glociiig, strengthening, and jierl timing (he ban, ami preventing it irom mrni: g prey Fine rosmelic cold cream, lor removing scurf, roughnets, all manner of eiuptions, and chnp fr nil the skin. Carbonic or charcoal dentifrice, rhimically nrrnared for nreservilis Wie teeth and emus Vegetable rouge, for civiiig a natural colour to the complex ion Pearl coimetic, or face powder, for whitening the "kin liiifhlv improved chemical cosmetic wnhbnll for t.,rtniiisr. preserving, and oeautil'yiitg the kin. nnd nreventins it Mom channing Superfine roie, violet, and plain hair powder; warranted to ue pure ami nee irom uuuueia - tion Almond paile, fer washing the skin Almond tiowder, lor the aanie purpose Chemical dentifrice tooth owder, warranted Bultamic lip salve of rotes, forgiving lau - tiful coral red to the lips, curing roughnets nnd chart, and leaving them smooth and comfortable Celebrated Albion corn plaster, to well known to le nn eflicariniit remedy for cows Highly improved chemical milk of roses, for preserving the skin, clearing it from scurf, redness, sunburn, and chaps, and for the use of gentlemen nfle'r shaving Highly improved sweet scented hard and soft pomatums Pommnde de gram, for strengthcnit.g and promoting the growth ol the hair, nnd prevent ing it from coming out Chemical ubsteigcnt lotion, lor the teeth and guina Aromnth, tooth patte, for whitening and preserving the teeth and gums Pii'idf il Alpine shaving taket, made on a chemical principle ; and it so well known to he superior to Diott other snaps for soltnin the heaid unit promoting me oj crunnii oi snaving Highly improvtii v uneitnaving (iwiirr, wnn n it particularly adapted to the use of Travellers, being very pot Libit, and in all respects an excellent iirtirle lor ihaving ()7 - Please he particular and ohserve, that all tne foregoing articles of N. SMITH DAVIKc manufacture, wi.ll have his nainu upon them in corner tilate or tvne. .NlHgnum honum, ne plus ultra, refined steel, codcuvp, and a variety ol common razor', 10 cases and tingle ; britannia metal and glass tl.a ving boxes of various siies, suitable lor shaving cuees ; shaving boxes, with glass, brush and soap ; do wilh glass, brush, toap nnd hair hruh, and a variety of common shaving boxes ; rnior strops of vuriout kinds, sizes, and quality ;some very small and nne suitable for shaving cases ; ladies1 inpanned dressing catcs, lurni&nen or un - tiirni. - hi d ; gentlemen's morocco nnd mahogany tlretsing cases, furnished 111 a superior style; In die" and genl'etuen ran have the drawers of por - ahlc desks and toilette glattes tiit"d tip for Ores - line, in a superior Itvle ; a handsome UMOrtininl ol ladiei work hoxts; i.tedle cne completely furnished with needl - rsor the best quality; a ya - ritty of ockct - hnuks ; thread cases ; gilt, plated and silk punes 1 ivory fine combs ol all sizes, some extra supeiliue ; box wood tine combs ; tortoise thell, ivorv, and horn pock. - t combs :du - ible ink . tall ol lemons ; tongue scrapers , tooth r.ii - Rs : tooth pick cases and tweezers ; patent pe netrating hair brushes ; by t'.ie slightest application, thry penetrate to the root ol the - tbi;kcst .air. r eanti'ie irom 11 an nreinrnuie Dnim n - rising fmm exres or exercise, giving to th heail nml hair a tentibilitv of pleasantness not to he expected fr m the common kind ol hair btuvh - e 1 hair bruthet 1 clotlM t onisiies ; 100111 nrytn - es ; shaving hruslici, with or without catet : nail brushes ; conit brushes ; hat nrusnet, wnitKer brushes, with class : plate brushes and flth bruth es. These are ttaple articles, of which there is an assortment on hand, equal, if not superior, to any in th! United Sta'cs ; a very elegant assort ment of pen and pocket knives ; line and com mon scissors an - i scissor cans ; Irnit knives; a variety of fine fancy boxes nd snuff boxes ; hair pint ; hodkintand Mark pins : pencil cates and black lead pencil ; fine swan and silk puffs : powder boxes and powder knives ; a variety of handsome cut gl.ttt miniature hottlet, for chains necklaces, 4:c. wilh lilvcrand cold caps ; smel ling hnttlr.s, with volatile salt! ; aromatic spirit of vinegar. (ti - Large deductions made to country store - Keeper, who will Uml it mucn to ihrir anvantug - to keep an assort ment of thcar'iclesof N. - Smitl Davis' mtuiufavture, as they are put up 111 tt brst style, and made to suit any climate. 1er rhants will be supphed whuletale lor exporta tion, mh 5 TO FARMERS. rlAIlF. iubcribT can funii'h the farmers of JL the adjacent country with ground Plaster of Paris in any quantity, on the chortett notice, in barrels or otherwise. JOHN BYERS, Feb 23 tf Foot of ll.ne. n - tt. . R. .VFW nuESiLYG ROOM. FRU.MF.NTO. N . 1 V all - street. .iutt re - v..a.. lurnrti wm lia'y, i.a iiie honour 10 m:..rm ine genuemen, uiai i - e cult and dtt - isei b.ir in the latett style, and in a mat ner ao at to to!..;, it loihe phitincnomy. He hat for sale aq.ianti ty of RAZOR of Hie Cmt ti'iahtv. if tbev l not please on trial, the p".irchi.ers ate at liberty to return them, and receive themney He h it likeajse procured atiy 6ae hone, and eng.ge to rf store razort to a very k.:aede and should tnty ai 1 tut ne wm receive ao ncompMice. Those renliem.'r..who m - w .tc io honor Izm will. ,i,.; n.;. . .1 ...i . . m.. .u....M. , .ii.j ... ,MT.tu uu inr buck parlica'ar and repvtful attendentr.. !. tf. trentlernen whosubcnhe bv - ear - j trr will ha their razor, Vc II l. .1 ; . . . . T Ktpt exclutivtly fortliemselret. P. S. A good journeyman wanted. Apply as above. nil ( ti i 1 ..I'm "Tsaa liiiyrN, f OST COACH 1JNE ro PHILADELFDIA - BI WAT Of ruWLKI - HOOK IMFiVRTAIST TO f Mit - VO. rusd rLaiic 1 1 lift PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPO SITION KEVIVtO. A NEW Line of Tost Coaches with every con - jo. teoiente for pat,ngen and baggage, on Springs THROUGH IN ONE DAY. TIj. Pot Coach will atart from the Coach of - 6ce, old No. 1 Conrtlaod - struet, N. York, every morning, Sunday '.ceptcd.at l - 2pasl6o'clock, by way of Newark, New - Brunswick, Princeton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the same evening. The Steam Boat Line INDUSTRY, will start from New - York every morning (Pun - days excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the trtraru Boat Atalanta, from the north side of the Battery, lodge at Kingston, and arrive in Itiiladelphia next day to dine United States Mail Coach, with a guard, with every convenience for passengers ana baggage, on springs. TheJJ. S. mail coach will start from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtlandt - street, New Ymk, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning aico'ciocu. uui; 6 naaseneers admitted. For seats inthc above named Lines, apply to THOd. WHITFIELD, at the old estat lished Ccach, Stage and Steam Boat office, at the old No. 1 Conrtlandt - stieet, the second office from Broadway. New - York;to ISAAC BROWN, No. I ' Wahiiigton - street ; or to A. T.GOOD RICH ft CO. No - 124 Broadway, corner of Ce Inr - ttreet. New - York. Qrr - AII goods and bnggage at the nek 01 me owner JOSFPH l,ON, SONS ti CO. v N. B Expresses sent to any pari ol the Continent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Jan 22 fOaT CHAISE LIN L. FOR PHILADELPHIA. The POST CHAISE, with every convenience for Passengers and their baggage (tbrouLh in tie day) will leave the Post Chaise Office, 111; Broadway, oppotite the City Hotel every day (Sunday excepted) at hall past 6 o'clock in the morn ing, ny way oi iewar, ana arrive me same aay at Philadelphia. The MAIL PILOT, in opposition to the Mail Coach, with superior accommodations for Passengers and their baggage, will leave the same place every day (Sunday excepted) at half patt I o'clock P. St. will proceed In lore theMnil, and not subject to the inconvenience of stoppinpat the numerous Pott Office 011 the road, but every accommodation provided for the traveller, ami arrive some hours before tlie Mail at Philadelphia. Fare 7 dotlart. (r - All goods and baggage at the risque of the owner. JOHN N.CUMMING, Newark. JOHN GUI. ICR" bt SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON U HOWELL, Philadelphia. JV". B. b.Tvreue tevt to aninmrt of the L'nUtd Stales, bv 'L: BAKER CO. Feb 24 U. S. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, WITH A tiUAKD. 07 - The public are uttured that this' line it ecjnal to any in the U. S. for' tlie convenience anc cnmlort 01 the traveller. Vtith (lie aildition ol the guard, the passenger may rest secure ns to bis naggage and persona,! safety the coach never being left whilst changing at the pott enact, wittmut a prrtnn on the box. The wav ir.ait I - put in separate bags aud changed in (lie Euro pcan style. 'I he U S. Mail Coach will start from the coach cilice, old No, I Courtland - st.vet, New - 1 ork every di.y at 2 o'clock 1'. M. and arrive at l'hih delpbia next morning at 6 o'clock ; only fc patspnm rs admitted in this conch. For seat apply to TiiOS. VVIHTFIKLD, at tli - o il Coach and blae Office, old No I. second oltite troni Broadway in CoutllHinlt - street, or to A. P. (.lOOUiiiCli oi co. no. 174 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, New - York. N. B. All goods and biggage at the risk of the owner. J. LYON & SONS, Powles Hook. WILLIAM GUL1CK K CO. Kingston. CHESTER BAILEY, Philadelphia. Expresses sent to any part of the Continent by jan 20 THOS. WHITFIELD. SOUND Si LAM BOAT LINE. '1 "HE lino willcoiuinrncc 1 on Monday, the !HI, Inst, when the Connecticut, (.'apt Bunker, will leave New - 1 orx inr ien - Haven, nt 8 o'clock. A. M. The Fulton, Capt Law, will leave Nw - London for Ntw - llaven at the came hour; both boats w ill leave New - Haven nt 7 o'clock P. M. tin Monday The Fulton. Caplam Law. for New London, and the Connecticut, Captaia Bunker, for New York. They will continue to run during lite season, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. (j - Notice will he given when the" Fulton win commence miming as lar as Norwich, mh 4 , Id: : - M HOoKr.rc, . - .i. - .0. .... enrnrr of Fultou s'reet, New - York, hav ing received a larse supply of the real J APA.N BLACKING, of Day Mai tin, 97 High llol - boni, 1 Hitidon, offer the tame, iu wholesale or retail, for exportation, or home cont amplion, on terms the mott liberal and advantageous to pur chaser. ThL inestimable compoilion, wilh hslf the u - sual labor, produces nio - t brilliant jet black, fully equal P the highest japan vamifh; nffurdt prrulnr nouru - hnyot to the leather; it will not toil the finest linen ; is perfoi tiy free from any unpleasant smell; and will retain it virtue? in any climate. As an incontrovertible proof of the superior excellence of this blacking, it ha stood the test an ! commanded the most extensive suln in nil quarter.: of the globe, for upward of half a cen - tnrv. Feb 16 . NEW MUSIC. IUST puhlished by WM DUBOIS, at his p piano forte aod music store, No. lib Broad - vay, Braham'' celebrated Pclacca, arranged a a llor.dn, ny steirelt r avonte enetian Air, arranged a a rondo. py i.atour Paddy O'Carroll, xvith variation for the piano urie, i.y 1 . i. .viuran. PONGS. 0 softly sVep my tay Boy The Last Tok o, or n member me. 1 ' . 11 ... nt :! , a.. . . . . 1 hove, n.' f, an mr. 1 uii.ppi - snn 10 tc had a a fl 17 10 VLlt JAMAICA liUM. ri nrhen' bell roof old Jamaica Rum, wiil be Ir.sSI :, Cay from tloor Kui. - krrboek - r r, fi xn Bermuda, ean skI - of Trrk - 1i, and W&xtc. . I Fb - No. S3 Soullut, i StttnSBg pt,jclLeow how to distlajri,it - . ; tweta thing that Ciffer.' DOCl OR HORNE, roarer.,,, of Urff dty tj Load,. . 3. member of the faculty wf ry.j, V andurgery there, deems it uMd'a. a4 - - r y to repeat ome noterTati - jj, M u.e auuse 01 nitiicuitv. a ...... 1 "a - faail. fied use thereof, has been prodae. tive of infinite mischief. ThZ .;ri - on,.' iv nuuunuj ujeiLuiiauzrg Olll OI exitl enr e. Tlie disesuie we have in view owes it f tdi result chiefly to tl.is source. What a pitr ilu.t a young man, the hope of hi country ail the darlmg of hi jiarenls. ibouhl be ntchd 1 way Uorn ail the prospect and enjoyment of lir. by the consequences of one ungaaruod momuL nd by a disease not in it own nature fatal, aiJ a hichonly prove o from ut gleet or improcei ttcatrctht." A genflemar, (l?te T)r. H't iZ tietit) now perfectly hearty and well, had beet undor physician of geneiJ practice, 'ux y - and repeatedly talivaw d ; when recommendedti Lv. II. (by a gentleman of this city) hi bon were carious, aod bis fiesh dropping from theras bis friends declared he could not possibly surviv t wo months longer. Thousands expenistntJi know with MJ.at ease and safety Dr. JJ. erri7 rate tlie (even.it casts, and confirms tlie toaiti tution. The Doctor's plan (adrertiiing) u tt cessary to gaard the public against the abuse at mercury, and other fatal delnsions, held forth ! Pcrsont, therefore, having - conlracted a nri vate diordtr, or uqvctn.g latent iioion, r adnioniibcd not to tamper with their conitita. lion, or conceal the disorder, till past recov! ry ; olbers having the remains of an old cast or other impi.ntits of the blood, aswellaiVh! er complaint 01" a delicete rtttture, in eiii.r jci. should remember imstcrity, and do juiti - a to their wnstaence,' by making appijeatio to Dr. H. at his old and respectable ettao. lisliment, No. 64 Water - street, four houses west of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt aiiistance a lout caU ulattd to prevent tnscloiiure. And her let me claim your serious attention Rra rinber a superucia) cure is no cure at ali ; unlet, p., ,,. iiioti radically done, you wii! t rrtaiiily 'hat. Hie disorder break out again with redoubled ma lignily, at some future period ; perhnn f iep wilt be too late lor remedy. Don't you olten men ia the ttfects miserable, mutilatev b m;, witii'jut even a hit of nose on thtir face ? Tidit warning I beseech you. s' Dr. H't. character for skill and ttihvrn inlt - gri y being universally known in this city, siw I!j04, guai - nnlee f 0 patients that delicacy j.nd t. creryliitherto unknown, fcnd having aintint'l In practice for years past, exclusively u, ti cureol diieatcs of the blood syifein.' they may safbly cat - culale on Ihe moit decided advantage in con. suiting Dr. II. Gleets eradicated in twa or three weeks. Striilurcs rciuoved withom bougies or any other iii'lriiment ; and all drhihlni; litewise ail old ulcerations, tittula' A;. . A plurality of offices ure prorided, and to sit, uted that patients are not expoted toeath otlier' observation. Open till half past 9 in the evening. All persons concerned are invifed to be fraJiB ailing, and speaking with Dr. H. which is tree nf cost. Anil here the Doctor cannot avoid the oxprestion of gratitude for inoume - rnhle ret om - mendations, and for the decided preiereme (it i nresuincd with iust cause) lon inven him h. . judicious public. nn iciteri aun oe poit paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 Iv At.iJUt.Ji .KlAAil AUK J.tt(jSI. Eiii. EVANS' supertax method of curing a cr - lain' I njly aclcoowleded in tl.is city ; hismotle ol treatment it perfectly uiild. sale, ex - ' piditiou. and hi chargrt reatonauie. in every in - - ance he warranti a cih, " nd will return th pay ii'ht dm: no't pcricrm agreeable to contract. Mr.'." - K' - "m) always uDierved. 'I liere arc :i.any pennns in thit tily and its is1 - cinity, lahnrn.g under various chronic riiaraiet, nch as cancers, old inveterate iiIom., tciufula, or kings evi', tlfulas, dicaie of the anthn bladd. r and kidnies, oM complicated complaiau if a certain nature, bilious and other otwiruc - tiont, rheuiuatitm, itc. which they consoler invn. rabli, tney can certainly be cured fin general) v at plying at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, Not 9, fet li - slip, having practised in extensive hospitals in Europe IS years, under some of tl. lirtt Surgeon and Physician in the world, and made those, obstinate disease hi constant study . for ?0 v. - i.". Oct IS ' I ' I I E public is respect - X fully informed that the ELEPHANT now exhibiting at No. 298 liro kdway, will positive, .y be removed on or a - , mat the 1st April next. Those that wish tgrati - Iv their curiosity, viewing the wonderfal ' . .:n J. .....11 ..i..,. .1.:. WOraS 01 nature, mm uo wui iu cuiuiiu.c lint v7 porlunity Admittance 25 cent. mu an . . t - WHEATON k DAVIS, Fancy Chair Manulac turcrs. No. 153Falton - ttrccf, opposite SL Paula Church offer for sale, wholoxale aj.4 re,.n. . i ., . n ...... Bi.innm u aortment uf Cur Id Maple, plain painted and ornament ed in gold (t hr jnre, Bamboo ' Pi: ..A h.m n'l. iil: A .0111 .it... 1.., unit, iv.m - - fng, Sewing, and Cor vena iion Chairs. Sof. - .. Settees. LnuhgeM, Mu - ic Stools, Sc. . , urders irom any pan ot tnecooui.entexeeatta with nt itne - t nod diipatch. Old Chain repaired, painted and ornamentsi?. no 9 JJ" The subscriber having recently returned from England wilh an important impiovemenloa the arliru aal spring LL.G, he takes this method of informing his friends and the public, that all those who are so onfortuuate a to be in want of a leg, or arm, thry ran be accommodated by ap plying at No. 77 BariIay - treeT, New - York. , ; Jan 22 w.yi. 1'URVIF. LKt?S ITCH OIATMEJVT, t - WARRANTED an mfallible remedy at oa application, may be used with perfect ublrm infjnla a week old. net CODtBUl'Dl B. partide ol mercury ,or any dangerous ingredient whatever, and net accompanied with tnat o - sivetniell which attends the application of olhf remedicr. I The above mcdirines are prepared and told , I. EE'S Medicine Store, No. 46 Maideo - Laae, and sold by S. CARLE, cornel of Fulton Waltr - strect. Drnggists and country tore - keeper supphea ou libera) terms. Jaa " PUn ATP. IA)lK5IGi'. A single genUe - man can be accommodate'd, wi b one or two rooms, after the first of May next, with or without board, the rooms furr.iahnl or pot, V a genteel and amull family, the bouse is ne and pleasant, and in a healthy part of tlie city, about ten minute walk from Wall - Street. - - . f.ir fi.t.;l.. - v niffUMnatiiin iimlllre at no. 19 l!rf.a".way. feb23 NEW - YORK : PRINTED AND PUBLISHED X1CUAEL BUJUfllAM k CO. 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