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:1V. - V ' - . - 7 i r. vL i - ' U i. i I' - v if ii.f 'V V tU - l'i I ; , INSOLVENTS, ADVERTISING I'tR THE BENEFIT OFTHE ACT IN THI3. STATE, .ctruB aoM Tnt Albamy Afccfas, Ta - official rAtik. 'TacYort Btfort Richard RAer Reorder. Perkins Nichols, Mar S " Jcipi II. l - tt'or, April 18 jhni. jwamiorn, may m ' . Depow, April SI Ad.ws Dot hi, April 1 3 ' Peti - r fa. haitdt, May 83 Philip K. Muhlenberg, do ' . 'Lewis April 211 , ,'m. bate, May II Arnt.ua l.nvauo, April : i JoswpliDow, "April 11 ' Thorns, holler, (Way It , Alfied Weed, April II )aac Cropsy, April 18 ' J spies Cry l til 8 '' William Hamilton, Al - ril 14 Kaehel Wandei:, April 13 Abraham L, Schuyler, April 59 Abraham Theall, Aprli 14 i"1..H Storey, April S 3 s Judioo Canficld Jo James .Moirel!, Aprd 16 r John Brings, April 1 1 i j Jolhmi A. Kreiirti, April 21 , Jotui II. ill, Aril i,5 Daniel Hanton . do , Hcnjaniin Charlton, April 4 . . Pail Cay, April Ii ' Wi linm Easton, jun April II - Lewis KtrL - r, April 4 ' Oeh.ir.iah Kelrr, do ' ' Je(iBiiii E. Prime, April II Sylrester Gilbert. April 30 JoiThRrr, Msireh24 " WILIS U ilw.n, April 23 . Valentin W' Weslan, April 38 Jomh Falconer, March 21. ".James Towotend, .March SB - .. Philip Jotint, April II r Johu T. Robinscn, March 54 ; ; Edward headwater, April 7 Jfllm Wlrite, Jun. March 31 1 " . AtuoTr Gamac", April 4 John llavitand, MurchSO - diehard Fields ' do Newell Brtickctt, April 7 , George Sl.Mer, Marcl. 17 J loses Dodge. April 14 .' Daniel Tice, March 21 1 Robert Nichols. March 38 Jamci Pureed, April II Andrew I - Haiti..!, March 38 JoelTay, April 10 Parity it ice, March 25 ' , .Julia Valentine, April 4 - Jo..n JlendricktoB, April 4 , - Hsiijamii. II. Akin, April 4 Vbntiuel Whiting, March 17 Hm.pl II. Hamilton. March SI Albany ttunty Btfort Philip S. Parker, Re - k corner, tn Albany. f'hotl - 4 Ffewiri. Anril 24 Rob - rt .ndc - rno k Wil tarn Anderson, Mar 8 John G Wheelmk, of Bethlcheui, April 1U ' Ororpe Vining, jr. May 1 Inniel Powers, d .Stephens Mal.an, April 3 ' Samuel Fuller, April 10 John Slod'j - .rd, and NaUian Jenkins, March 18 ' Abrnjirtm C. Sheloon, April 3 Elijah M. Bnardmao and Jedrdiati Bunhnrd, Murt'u 27 , ( ' Hior Apollot Moon. . Aslier 8(urdt vant, of Coejmnns, April 18 Maditon county Bcfbrt Piter imiiA, iriljudgt in ptttrbortf. Joanpii MnflVl, April SS Stenucn MatUiewton, of SmitliC ild, andSilat Cbarch, April 4. . Jyiiian Hnlcomli. of nrookCclcl, .March 38 Job Boone, April 4 , Danitl leoUia, nl Sulliran. April 4 ' SamiiclCoon, and Jacob VV. ilarile, of Ltn - 01, March 31 Henry I. Walrath, ofSuilivan, April 4 X)istgo C'imv iriee Jnttph Ifhttt, firtl Juizt inlhetotentfChtTryValltji. . ' tJonjniiiin Stilt'f, May id ' ' Altx'Klunce W. Ainnvorth, and Arnold VVIiec - tr. March 2R. jamti North. March 10 Elijah P. Olm t - d, Mri h 28 Janac MorUu March t(l ftutUgnmrf timnlii lirfurt .lletanekr Sheldm, - ; nrttJtLlrt in Lharlrtlim. ' John Sinner, ol J.tlitmlnwn. Anril QH Wiilidia fi.iWaie, William Lewi, cad John i Trrmpir, Aunl II 1'ettr Oorwie, ofC'anajnhnrie, March 18, - ' Vi m I. ?ber, ol CoiiHjol.arie, Wflrih 20 ( City of Trtjtlifmt H'iiliam L. Mann, , jinibroie (.Durcii, April m ' ' t Henry Million, April '4 '.' v AletanierMahan, March 87 . ' ' . Jamei l.adne. March 23 i ' nl. ... ... JohnUrann, Aixil 18 . lain i Van Allen, April II I lienjnmin Mooro, nfCosiarkir, April 18. ( Alexnoder Mahon, of Gretnliuth, March 20 ' "Tbeudorr Hrackett,' March 0 i "Onondaga Countv Btfort Jotma Furmanjirtt 1 ' JudeeinOnonduzn. .. "SitiU Bull, ol Otincu. Mar !H) . ; .Nehrmiah Millard, of Salma, April 17 s Israel IMiiiiiell, of Manliui, April 14 ,David 'illinint, ofTully, April 7 JNelieiuiab MilUril, ofSalin a, March 30 2ibina Saiilli, of Tullv, Alarr.li 14 .'Inane V. Avuriil, of Sulina, Apirl 3 Nehciniiili Miilard, of do. March 17 benjamin barliinc, Jr. ol ftluuliut, and John Sweet, oi Kalnin, March 17 , . . Ephraim Kom, Murch 21 belah Woodrrd", Mait hil Olner C, CruiKdiin. ol Salipa, March 21 Joaepli Lan - lou, cf MarccllMt, March SI OliL Kg.Man bi4 Kaihtni;ton County firfort J nthony I. Blanch - ardt tn iarm. John Poller, April 16 Alirni'Jiin ('nrle, ol Arjry'e. nod Kraocii Crocker, of White Creek, April 10 Tiinnlhy V tlr y, of White Creek, May I Joi; .'lion VVIi. at, of (ireoawitli, Marih33 Jnmen VVellt, Mareh 25 Gentutt tountu Vifjre John II. Jonet, jir , Jtufzt, tn L.tuatcr. Cil.'t Bifhop, May 36 Ki Uanutilanjtond, do Frxm it iNourfc., May 2U . fcllirk I owed, of Batarin, May 21 Joseph Howe, jr. April 20 j:iijah Smith, oi B lui i May C Franrit Smith, Caicdoma, April 16 Erie Slnne. May $ - tt !i!iia Unit - May 6 Elliotl Harronn, April 17 K'dney Wariiworth, of feheldon, April 16 fciiu.n Kuitell, March 24 Oliver Blake, of Batnvia, April 8 Milton Fox. March 18 AxruiMilI. Hobburd, and Lewii C. Cock, March r iiruloga county Uifcrt Salmon ChUJ, Jirit J udsr, m l retnprld. Hr.bert Di - t'slcy, of Oraoice. April SO Charle Peck, April II Jabei Comrtork, nfOalway, May R TiiAn'.hT Knnx, of Watrrlord, Anril C I'.niaruel Lyon, of lillwa'er, Ap'nl 9 , IVter er ip, .li & Pi n.n.tl Clrreroo, at Cnehfiflil, April 30 I'ti vAmir IVnm U bl dn. Anril fill G. - orRe M'Trv.a.iy of NnrthumlHrrland, Mc!l23 Jylm M. Berrr. f Nortlmml erland. April 27 MaC Vaod.DBcrgh.of Wateiford, April John Tatrlx, Murrh 20 J'u I). Martin, Mur. 1,13 Col.mhtaeaunty - hiroreJ. 0..ir,iH, Uiuhm Jriu xn Volkeiil.ureli, Mar li ItraflH Pustley, April if Wil'iai Kello, Vint 15 r.ei.M wiHianis ny 7 ' Kli.nhBr. wn, jr. do ; Hrwkiati Sle - f, Apiiltl Wm.C. Smllh, Apiil 10 ' Jaaet Moorr, Mi - ch !0 Chenango county - J'WOWutAGmnan, Ei. tit A'orirjfA. Nnret W'huHer, jr. May 4 John Twilchell. May 4 Oliver H. Pbel,it, A,,ril 27 ' Arti.tr N. Uetcne, di wJ?r' B?at,P.dF April 11 'Jurmhck,Arril"l7 Jrintkk ftfiKhitffn. nf Cvftne. Anril7 Stt - uUn county - Btfort IhmuuM'Burneihjuti - Judft. tn faadtt oti. . lUynoldi Hill, May 4 Araoa C. W eat, ManJi 21 - Onaim enunty Brfart A'athan WiUtmrnt. llobcrt Gravra, Jr. of Pant, April 1 1 lirfurt Jtiorrit S. Milter. Jacob Horey, of Trenton, April 18 Wendell Berry, of Whitettowa. Al 18 u. k.. .j Kridewaler. March 23 Omnge county Urfore JtaUtai H. While, Eta lliomai G. Erana, April 25 Benjamin bear, o' Mont50niery, April 8 i,,i. : Iliirii.L. Mfirrh Henry M. Terwilligcr, of Monlgoiuery, Mch 31 Wrwn Cotmlj, btfort Gtrrit Abttl Eta CattkUU Lriali Coffin, March 21 Jtftrton County. ..Btfort W. D. Ford. Jtt. Pennel.of Hoonifield, April 23 Jotenh dtone. of l.e Hov, do Ebenrier Bartbolooiew, of Hmwnville, Apt 28 gth Warner, oi i.inipi"n, may v Aaguttui Bennett, Apiil 15 John Wri(rlit, Jon. ol Adauil, March 20 Da.id Liitle, March 28 Thomat Kawett, ol Hodman, March 26 Sdiuliane County, btfort I'm. Jlttkumtt, $q at Hhurtm. Henry P. Almy, of Broome, April 18 bturgia Sloan, ol'Carlitlc, May 0. John I. Moot, i.f Jiri'eron. April 4 Dutt'hm County lirfort Jama Emott, Eiq. Amoa P. Ketcbam. May 23 Lodowkk Hopkins, ol Kliimkerk, and John S. t - averly, oil oughkerptie, April 14 John llniidrix, oi Kedbook, April xu J). h II. Cuuningliaiii, Aiay I Dtlateart County, brore Itaac Ogdtn, Etq, llnneai Howlund, Jr. May 2 Koiwell l urk, April 4. Sylveiter I'reiton, of Koxhury, May 4 lewii Weed, April 4 Minei L. I'tnd. II, April 4 llewan Hnwkim, ol Fraoklin, April 4 H arnn County btfort Wtn. tiobardi. Flam Sperry, of (juecDibuig, April 18 Andrew Howifr, do Henry G. Breeae, April 35 J onepli A met, ol Q'iptntbury, May 0 Ira ilarrit, of do. April 18 Benjamin Hammond, ir. April 18 Franer Harris, May 10 John Noxno, of Warremliurg. April 18 Bmuuel Crane, jr. April 3 VVeitley P. Lake, ol Chester, March 28 Utrkuner County, bifort A'athrji Smith, John Kvent, May 2 Suffolk County "btfort T. Strong, Etq Jonas Hawkins, April 10 Wm. Tyler, of Brookliavrn, April 13 Sulluan County, bt fort H 'tlluun A . 'JTiompion, t.iq. ol Ihompion. Gilbert Miller, of Meveriiuk, April 15 James Gorton, April 8 . David Hanford. March 19 Sfuca CrimUy Btfort. J Krtbx, Esq. at J uniui. Jeremiah Spicer. April 37 Marshal Lewis, April 6 Franklin County, brfort .llbon Man, F.tq. Henry Baglcy, of Fort Covington, April lb Ontario County, btfort JudgtJS'icluilui. Joel A. Crane, May 7. , lnac Davison, of ood'at, April 7 DcfvreJf. iV. loutll, Kic. at Cnnnndaigua, Hanoi.! Griswnld, ol'Livouia, April 23 John flreene, April 27 Josiah Morehr.use, March 23 Philip PeMor. March 27 Clinton County, brfort Plinv Moort, F.tq. lmrpe Alh n, of Plnltihnrg, April an Thoinm M't'rrcdy, and John Wuil, March 36 . Cvynva County, In fort Judvt .Vtlttr. Richard Hiincr, April 18 Aa impin, of AurLliut, April 25 Charles Kobinson, of !ripio, April 13 Thomas Manahan. ol b iino, April & Lillian Rnucrs, March 28 t - orllanitt Covnii, hifare Judgt Kttp. Timothy llurr, ofi'reblc, April 21 John i?lonn, M - vy 10 Jotiah Wilcoxson, Mty 18 John i - mith, Jun, of Virgil, April 8 Henry Weaver, May C John Foot, of Preble, March 20 Joseph Harrington, Jun. ol'Truxton, March 2 Hnmtlatr county, litfart Judgt Matltrt. William Bnrgets, of I'ittsrowii, April II V. I.airrtnce County, btfort judft Ford. Jetsc Slreetcr, of Ronnie, April II Mitntrtatfu, brfort (1. Ctextland. Peter Kohbins. Mar III Otis Knight, May 12 Pcletiah Adnrns, April 32 Peler Robbnn, May 1 1 Chapman Ta her, April. 15 J'wga County, btfort Judgt Bakrr. Ceo. C. Paine, May j fiicrjo Countv. brfort Judgt .Voonty. John Gilbrit, April 111 Qurrns Countv, h'fort Cary Ihmn. Joirph Smith, of He ni itrml, April 2 i IN CHANCE It Y. IN CHAMJERY. IN pursuance ofn decretal order ofthis hnnorn I hie court, will be tolil at public nui tinn, at the Tontine ColF c llousn, in the city of New - York, under the direction of ihe suhscrjtH'r. one of the mnsters cf tliicourt, on Tnetday.the 24Ui day ol viari h inst. at twelve oYlo - k in the fore - noon of that day, nil that certain pi re or pan el of land, situate at Greenwich, in the l!h ward of the said city of New - York ; beginning r - n the nett side ol Grcenwich - ntreet, forty four h"et t. n irichct, northerly, trun the corner formed by the intiTSei lion of I nmiiioml and (iieenivj, - i - ltretl; thence westerly on a right angle with Green wit lilt ip - t about eighty live icit. be Ihe i.ui:c more or Ic9, until it strikes n line of forty - three left, in the rear of the said irioiiml ; thence nortliv'i:ti r - ly until it strikes n corner ulmnt twonlv nevin fnnt six inches, I the srnie more or li ; tin me easterly twenty four laet, Iheiiec iiorlliwuti rly miriv mrie leet six incne , menee eatienv tilly three feet ; thence tt - nn eatrlv tl - iriy two feet four ini Ik s, toGreeuuii'h - slreet ; thenrr soulh - eily, along Grtei.wuh.street, seventy fiie leel mice nit res, io u. e pince oi iilinniug. I ogctli - er with all ami singular, the edifices, liuiMiiiet, rights, mrnib r. In rcdit jinents and aiuiurti nan - res thereunto Iwlongiii or ftPfH rtaiini,. On the almve property arn er.xlcd two luhHuntial ft me houses, each about twenty tire feel Iront nn l rear, and thirty two feet th - en, and also n work shop. Mated ow - Vo.k, March 2, 1818. II. VVEiiTERVELT, Master in Chnnrerr. N. B. A mnp or sketch of the above may be lien ny applying at my oUiue, iSo. I .asiau lreet. mh2 lavv2wdlw Gr.VTF.ET. h'J. - IIWI.VQ FRANKLIN IIOU'E. - Tliisnew, spacious and splendid Building, situated in Broad - way, the great and fashionable utrret dividing the centre of the city, at the corner of Dev si writ he opened by the subscriber on the lU of May next, for the reception ol Boarders. Il in fitted, and will be furnished in a mn ner not surpassed, for convenience and ele gance, by any private dwelling pi the citv. It occupies the most eligible situation, being central, in view of tip Pai k nnd City - liall ; .he upper apartments ovei looking1 the whole town, commanding a new of the adjacent country tor a cirr.unili.Tei.ce of 50 miles, including tin; Hook, the Na' lows, and the Harbour ; and it i belie ed that no House in tlie country ex - eclii it, either for elegance of structure or sit uation ; aim lio exrunse havinrr hern snje. ed bv .ll.c owner tn muttA it fimrtlii the piirp.ISe( in eVery respect, it will offer to lad ie and gent lemen, and fain il ie v iait ing ill c ciiy. the mol genteel, pleasant and retired a - parlmtut,. T,e choicest of Wine and Liquars wd be furnuhed, and n trouble or expense wd. be sp .rod :o make the entertainment plea - sant, rare nnd excellent This establishment i - uuca exciusacly fiir Genteel Hoarding Uoi n,.,i v M..svsIVJU.1, SPRlXQ - hTfiE&T NOTICE. "rVTOTlCE Sa hereby giren to all prOTS Irt - J. tereated, that the Comm;asior)erf of Estimate and Assessment, appointed by the Su preme Court 6f Judicature of the state of New - York, loferfi.rm certain duties relairreio uie enlarging of Spring - street, between Thompson - street and Wooslcr - street, in the eight waru of the said city, hare completed their estimate and assessment, as well of the lows and damage sustained orer and above the benefit and ad - rantagereceired by the owner of the lands and pi emisri required for the said enlarging and improving Spring - street as aforesaid, as also of the benefit and adraHtgc received by the owner arid parlies interested of and in certain lands and premises not required for said improvement And that sve the sajUGimmis sinners have deimsited a true copy of such es timate and aasessment in the Clerks office of the city" of New - York fur the inspection of whomsoever it may concern and notice n hereby further giren, that the report of esti mate and assessment will be presented to tlie Supreme Court of Judical lire, of the state of! New - York, at the Lity - llall of the city of New - York, on Monday the fimrlli day of May next, at the oprninir of the said Court on that day, or as toon thereafter a cowixel can be heard thereon. Dated New - York, March 3, 1818. PETKR HAWKS, i PKTER BTA., Commissiontrs JOHN J AIUJEK. mh 4 I It lAIEMRS. WH EATON ti IMVI - j, No. 11 153 Fulton - st.onpjiiteSt. Paul's Chun h offer for sale, wholesale and retail, a large and elegant assortment of . I ail'd and binls eye maple ('hairs, wilhrane auu hair cloth teats, plain, gin, nod ncniy orna oiented Painted Chairs, plain gilt and ornamented, in gold, and bronxM Conversation, Sewing, Rocking and Chjltlreu'i onairs and sinois Curl'd Maple and Painted Loungers, Sofas, Bctlees, Muric, he. plain, gilt and ornamented, in gold and hronz'd. irders from any part ol the continent exe. u ted with despatrli. mh "1 rt'H EATON'S I I t'll OINTMENT. rI,HE Ions and succenful ute of this ointii ent J. is a sutli. iunt reroninirndntion, ns it hat been found to he a pleasant, safe and certain re nitdy for Hint disagreeable diicase in n'l its sta ges, it is lor sale in inecny oi new - iorn, iv J. A. il vr. 11. 1'oat, no 41 William - street; I. A: P. Clark, No. 65 Maiden - Lane ; II. II. SchicflVlin & Co. No. 193 l earl street ; Law. rence & Keese. No. 195 Pearl - street : Hull I Bowne. 146 Ptarl slreet I R. il L, Murray, 313 fearl - strtet : J. M. flradhuist, 314 rearl - street ; John Penlord. No. 4 Fleti her - street ; Duryce K I'oe. in. Pearl - street; John C. Morrison, I (til Greenwich - street: John P. Fisher, K'6 Broad - war : Walter At Seaman, corner of Chamher - st and Broadway, and alto in Chatham - street ; and in short it may he procured at most of Hie Drug Mores in this city Alto in riiilaueipiua, oi s Withered k Sons i Georce Hariell . North U Ho gert, and almost all the druggists in the principal towns in the iJniieii Mutes. MKF.WI5F.. WHEATON'3 JAl.NDICE B1TTEHS may be had at the ahoye places. jan "2 hm 'Jo Hit CUiztntol yVtw - l ork. Z ERA 11 IIAWLEV lliysirian nnd Denli't, would inform the inliabilnnts of New - York, thut he has taken tin ollii e at No. 321 Pearl - street, where he will extract, clran. Jilt, Jit arid nhj trth in the most aporoved manner, fie will iiiso prevent any tin uianry oi inc seernuary tee ill, if application is made to him in sentnn. II. - nutters hiiiiscll, irom the experience he hot ad iu his profesiou, that he thtill be able to give iieneral sati.laction. t . . I if . . r ... t , . r or cuarncier inc puouc n'e reiurrea ioiir. iro. r. rhiimion, luercliant, nu. bj anutreweet. and Doctor A. Ivtt, No. iil Peail - strect. H Vium it may conetrn. 07" This rertihes, thai Dr. Zersh HatrVy i a regular bred phytician, nail in good standing with his brethren in this place ; that he has paid particular attention lo tlm' urt of Drntntry, bar studied the belt European works on the subject, and has given very good satisfaction in this branch to his ruttnmerV, who are petwius of the first re - ipectahiiity in this city, we therefore, with entire conlldeme, reennunend Dr. Ilawley to the citizens of New - Yort, as a dentist. Anens .Viuiisoq I Ml Ives Nathan Smith Jonnthan Rnlght. pMieuors of the Medical Inttitutiou of Yale Col - College. New - Haven, Jan 22, 1C1H; inh 3 2w GEO. GEHt'ii MIlEIC S HOOL, NO. 20 WALI. - KTRKK.T, S estAblirbed on his new and easy system el 4eaihinsroinKsitiou thoro' bass, iir'luding the art of fingering the piano forte and singing, eio. Terms 30 dollars per quarter, half iu advance. From 4 to 7, fcaturdayt, P. M. the academy will In; open, for the Iriends of science and the amateurs of music to call and inspect the ettah - likhuirnt, and tnry are requested to bring with them the tiist European works on music, lo ena ble them accurately to appreciate the merits of mix u w unproved lyiicm ol leaching, ny inhtiSw (J. GEIB. UIMAIUKKS l A rtKW i - i YI.K, ax H. hf.kve, rnont l.oinojt, at JO nnd upwards. tH niui at may be Keen at the Tontine Coff e House, the Cily Hotel, and at his paint ing room, Ili9 Broadway, exactly opposite John st i. 'i t. ml: 0 2' Uf ANTED a situation in u scl.oJ or private family, a female of respectability; who has been accuilniued to leae.h writing, arilhiuelic, geography, lie. Any lady in want oi such n iersni, will liml the advertiser worthy ol notice, having been in the above capacity in England, nnd can produce satisfactory references. For further particulars enquire oi the p - in - ter of this paper. fob 21 NEW I U;'T published and BUCKS. fors.. , EI.IAfl VA - .1 LENII.NE, 104 li roadway, 3d door below I ine.treet, Rob Kov. br the suthor of VVarerlv.' ' Guv Mannrnns,' and the Antiquary, 2 volt, fii.e Copies i! dlt. coarse I 75. a cniriM - nniuin oi eogranhy, roninimng, tie - tides tl.e matter uunl iniucli works, ashnrt ) loin ol Nwred Geography, by the Kevd. John C. Itudil, Huclni ol at. Joint's Church. Lnialieth - town, (N. J) Ci.rivf poiH.'eitce between a mother and her r.i.uMi - r, l v Mrs. 1 aylnr and Jane T aylor. accuiu i v netmcai Ainiisement. 6 vols, ofelegant exlracts, witli engravings. Orders reniicd for engruvinK. Copper plate printing nl every description exe - cuiro wnn neuiness ami neipaicii. FOH SAI.F.. rpilE CIRCULATING LIBRARY, 133 Fu! m. ion - street, near timadway, ronusling nl an extensive and choice collection ol historv, Ira vels, voyages, biography, romances, novels lales, plays, r vii w, mazarines, A.c. Catalogues may heex imined at the library, wincn is open lor suosenners. as usual, inh 4 tf NOTICE. The copartnership herelofnrcexitti!: be - tween the suli - rriiiers, under the brm ol Is. o Davits t Co. is (hi d? y dissnived br mntual coo sent. The debts due and claims against said firm will be it tiled by N S. Iivh. N. S. DAMEV A. W. TRAITAN, Theb'isines will in future be rnnduclrd by !. buiilli Uaiics.uuder Ihehrui of .s. suiilh Da' vies A: tJo. leb 14 NOTICE. (t5" The subsrrilM rs having receired a general assignment ot a.l the estate of John Mnrray k Sons, for the )Hu?fit of creditors as expressed in the assignment, have authorised Peter Lad - low to liquidate the untcttk d accounts and to receive pay ment of all debts due to the said firm. or to the individual partners who iU attend to: the same at hii office. No. Ill Pearl - tlrveL WILLIAM BAYARD, feb24 tf HENRY BARCLAY. iK is all oi es a TO COMMENCE ON MOXDAY NEXT. UX10XLIJ. StMB - bnat AT - Ji Oh're - brandH for PhiU - l lielphia, ria p...;rl, rfc25 miles by land: Price through i 50. Fore - castle or deck passengers, 3 50. " Tlie OLIVE - BRANCH will leare Nerr - York .r.r, dtiT a 11 o'clock, from the north tide of) the liaiti rj, 0(1 return fioui Bruontick so as to arrive at 10 the next morning, in this city. This line hat a connection with the belt boats en the Delaware and Chesapeake to Norfolk ; at also those of the North Rn sts.il Sound : and "their frial trrivais rnlculated"'to ctc little, if any delay. This is a speedy and certainly the most convenient roi at the pnssengeri sleep at Trenton or Brunswick, and arrive at a much lesaexpenre and in the hours of bnsinesa at New - York or Philadelphia without fatigue in travelling or the want of sleep, as the distance br land is so mal! whereat via the Point and Powles Hook it is 56 and f6 miles. Fore - raMIe paweng r, (who diet with the peo pie,) to Brunswick, i Amboy, at $1 each. Liht freight and marketin;, free. New - York, March 12, 1818. mh 12 N. SMITH DA VIES, Late conductor oi the business of Mr. Nathaniel Smith, OFFERS for sale ot his Manufactory, No. 1J6 Broadway, as general and extensive an assortment of perfumery and fancy articles as may lie found in this city. Anion which are Vegetable transparent shaving liquid, which makes a creamy lather nnd softens the beard Oil antique lor curling, gloting, strengthening, and perfuming the haw, ami preventing ii irom tumii k prrj Fine cosmetic, cold cream, lor removing scurf, roughness, all manner of eruptions, and chaps irun me skin. . Carbonic, or charcoal dentifrice, rhrmically prepared for preserving the teeth and gums Vegetable rouge, for giving a natural colour to (hp complexion Pearl cotmttic. or face powder, for whitening the kin . . Highly improved chemical cosmetic wnn Dan for softnine. preterv ins. and beautifying the kin, and preventing it liora chapping Sup' - rline roie, vioic.1, ana piain nair powuer ; warranted to be pure and liee Irom adultera tion Almond patte, f r washing the skin Almond nowder. lor the same purpose On mit nl dentifrice tooth imwder, warranted Baltamic lip salve of roses, forgiving beau tiful coral red to the lips, curing roughhess and chni s, and leaving them smooth ana comioria bio Celehrated Albion corn plaster, so well known to be nn efficacious remedy for corns Highly improved chemical milk of rotes, for preserving tlie lion, c learing u irom irun, reii nets, sunburn, and chaps, and for the use of gen llemen after sliavin lighly improved street iccnted hard and soft nomatuuis Poramnde de ernisc. for strenuthcnir.g and pronioline the growth olthe hair, nnd prevent in? it Irom connnp out Chemical ubitergent lotion, lor tne leetn ami gums - Aromatii. tooth paste, for whitening and pre serving tlie teeth and gums t'u'iu. d Alpine shaving cakes, made on a chemical principle ; and is so well known to he su - - rior tn must oilier snaps for soltning the beard and promoting the oj erution of shaving Highly improved violet shaving powder, which particularly adapted to the uie of Travellers, being very poitabie, and in all respects an txce 1 - lent article lor shaving 07" Please be particular and observe, that the foregoing articles of N. SMIT H DAVIE? manufacture, will have his name upon them in curlier plate or type. Magnum bonum, ne pint ultra, refined steel, concave, and a variety of common razors, in cases and single; britannia metal and glau sha ving boxes of various fixes, suitable lor shaving cases ; shaving boxes, with glass, bruih and snap ; do with glass, brush, soap nnd hair brush, and a variety of common shaving boxes ; razor strops of various kinds, sizes, and quality ;some very small and n.Te suitable for shaving cases; ladies' japanned dressing cases, lurmtiiieo or unfurnished j gentlemen's morocco and mahogany dressing cases, furnished in a superior style; Indies and gent'ernen ran have thedrawen of portable diiks nnd toilette classes lilted op for rlres - sine, in a superior style ; a handsome assortment laniei worn hoxts; i.e oie uiw tuinp - iccij furnikhed with neeill - sof tlie hf sl quality ; a Va riety of pocket - books ; thread rases ; gilt, plated and silk punes i ivory fine combs of all sizes, tome extra superfine ; box wood line combs tortoise shell, ivorv. and horn pocket combs : du rable ink .salt ol lemons ; tongue scrapers , tooth picas - .tooth pick cases and tweezers; patent penetrating hair brushes : by tlie slightest application. Ihev nenetrate to the root of thethn:kcst l.air, cleansing from it all prepirable mailer a - risinis from eeesi or exercis.'. giving to th head and Tmir a sensibility of pleaiantness not to he expected frrn the common kind ol hair brushes t hnir brushes i clothes brushes I tooth brash ; shaving brushes, with or without cases : nail brushes ; eorub brushes ; hat brushes, whisker brushes, with glass ; plate brushes and fl - sh brush es. I lcsc are stnpie articles, oi wine n ine.r is an assortment on hand, equal, if not superior, to anv in th United States ; n very elegant asiori ment of pen and pocket knives ; Cue and com moo scissors an1 scissor cas s : irnu anises rnrietv of fine fancv hoses and snuff boxes ; hair pins ; hodkinsand black pins : pencil enscs and black lead pencils ; line swan and silk imfTs : powder boxnl and powder knives ; a rariety of handsome rut glass miniature bottles, Tor chains necklaces. Ac. with silver and cold caps ; smel ling bottles, witli volatile salts ; aromatic spirit of vinegar. fJO Large iieductioni made lo country store keepers, who will Unci it much lolhrir ndvantag - to keep an assortment of thcnr'ic.lesof S. Stnitl Uavi!' miunuacture, ns they are pur up in tt best style, and made lo suit anv climate, "ler chants will be supphed wholesale lor exporta tion, mn a TO FARMERS. rlIlE subscribrrcan furDih the farmers of JL the adjacent country with ground Plaster of Pans in any quantity, on the shortest notice, in barrels or otherwise. JOHN BYERS, Feb 23 tf Foot of Hu n - n - st. . R. A'rW On ESS HfC ROOM. A.' FRU.ME.NTt. N . I Wall - street, iust re turned Lorn Pa'r. I a die honour in iumriri ine eciinemn, uiai te nils and dies - es l..ir in ti e latest style, and in mar ner at to ml..;, it to the phisinenomr. He has for sale aquunti ly or RAZOR'S 0f i,e fjr,t ,..luitr, if they d . not please on trial, the p'.irchi.ers ine al libt - rty to return them, and receive the money He h is likewise procured aviy fiie h oie, ar.deng - .ges to restore raxors to a very kren cd - c and thr.uld thty ni t cut he wid receive uo rt comps m:e. Thote rentle'in'r..wbmav - iJ.'ic to hopr.r llii wiih tlicir pairrr.r - o, may ! ; - iKi oolite tutt particular and rspes tful attenUcnte.. iv. o. srentiemea who suDscrthe bv ! war - ter will ha - e their razors, Ac kept exclUMVely jfoi as for tliemtelrcs P. S. A eood jourutrman wanted. AnrJ above. nji $ if rOST CChUi USE ron PHILADELFDU . II WAT Ol ruWtll - IIOOl sNT,lr - V - mm. IMFilRTASIT TO ri)Sr.BCT.M. No collection with the P"t chaiie PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPOSITION REVIVED. A NEW Line of Post Coaches with every con - A. lenience for passengers and baggage, or Springs THROUGH IN ONE DAY. Th Post Gonch will start from the Coarh of fice, old No. 1 Coiirtlnnd - stiutt, N. Yoi k, every morning, Sundays '.ceptcd.at l - 2pasl Oo'clock ! irnv nl' rwrk. iMew - Brunswick. PrilK t ton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the same evening. ' Tht Steam Boat Lint INDUSTRY, will itart from New - York every morning (Pun - days excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the Straru Boat Alalanta, from the north side of the Battery, lodge at Kingston, and arrive in lliiladelphia next day to dine United States Mail Coach, with a guard, with every convenience for passengers and baggage, on iprings. Thai). S. mail coach v. ill start frtn. the coach office, "bid No. I Courtlandt - street, hew Ymk. everr day at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. On I; 6 nassencers admitted. Kor sentsinlbc ahovonaraed Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old estat lithed Coach, Stage and Steam Boat office, at the old No. 1 Courtlandt - stieet, the second otfice from Broadwav, New - York;to ISAAC BROWN. No. I Wasliiiiitton - strett ; or to A. T. GOOD RICH & CO. No - 124 Broadway, corner of Ce - dar street. New - York. ftirAII goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. JOSEPH LVON, SONS CO. N. B Expresses sent to any part oi the Content, hr THOMAS WHITFIELD. tinent, Jan 22 POaT CHAISE LI.NL. FOR PHILAD E L P H 1 A . The POST CHAISE, witli everr convenience for Tassengers and their baggage (tbrouLh in sine day) will leave the fost Chaise uince, I lii tsroau - way, opposite Ihe City Hotel every day (Sunday excepted) at hall past 6 o'clock in the morn - in, by way ol Newark, and arrive the same day at t'hiladelphia. The MAIL PILOT, in opposition to the Mail Coach, with superior accommodations for Passengers and their baggage, iil leave the same place every day (Sunday excepted) at hnlf past I o'clock P. M. will proceed lit lore theMnil, and not subject lo the inconvenience of stoppinjjat Uie numerous Post Offices ou the road, but every accommodation provided for the traveller, and arrive some hours he lore the Mail at Philadelphia. Fart 7 dotlari. (y - All goods and baggage atliic riique of the owner. JOHN N. GUMMING, Newark. JOHN GUI.ICK t SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON & HOWELL, Philadelphia. A".. t.Tiirrssr imt loam part cf the L'nUtd Stmts, bv ..' BAKER CO. Feb 24 i&&tiMri. ':.?. - U. S. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, WITT I A liUArlU. IVt - The public are usturcd that this' line is equal to any 10 the V. S. for' the convenience anil comfort of Uie traveller. Vidi the addilinn ol the guard, the passenger may rest see ore ns to hit naggage and persons.! salety Ihe r.uarh ne - er being left vvniist cnanging aii.it post f unis, witnnut a person on the box. T he wa mail l put in separate bags and changed in the - Euro pean style. Ihe u a. itinu coarn win sinri irom ine coach office, old No. 1 Courtland - st.cet, New - t ork every day at 2 o'clock 1'. ami arrive at l'liil: de!pliiB next morning at 6 o'clock ; only fc passenm rs admitted in this conch. I or seats apply to i iiua. w in i r ir.L.u, at thi - n il Coach and alaxe Office, old No 1. second ortue, from Broadway in Couithuidt - street, or to A. T. GOODKiCU it Co. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street. New - York. N. B. All goods and biggage at the tuk ol the owners. J. LYON & PONS. Powles Hook. WILLIAM GUL1CK U CO. Kingston. CHESIER BAILEY, Philndelpliia. Expresses sent to any part of the Continent by jan 20 i nut, vv iii i r ir.i,u. bOL'ND al l.A'tl BOAT LINE. 11 E lino willcoiuinrncs on Mondav, the Oth WTty !. When the Connecticut, ij - mPf '"I Uunker, will leave New - i ork inr .vew - Haven, at 8 o'clock, A. M. The Fulton, Capt Law, will leave New - London for New - Haven at the came hour; both boats will have New - Haven at 7 o'clock P. M. on Monday The Fulton, Captain Law, for Nrw London, nnd the Connecticut, Captain Bunker, for. New York. I her will continue to run du ring the t easoo, every Mouday, Wednesday and rrnl.iv. (rt - Notice will be given when the Fulton will commence i uuning as far as Norwich. Uili 4 corner of Fultou s'reet, New - York, hav ing received a large supply of the real J 4.PAN BLACKING, of I Jay IMai tin, 97 1 1. eh IIol - bom, 1 .ondon, offers the same, in wholesale or retail, for exportation, or home com - amplion, on terms the most liberal and advantageous to purchaser. This inestimable compo - ition, with half the u - sual labor, produces a nio - t brilliant jet black, fully eqnall'J the highest japan varnish; nITurds prculisir nonr'u'hnvot to the leather; it will not soil the finest linen ; is perfei liy free from any unpleasant smell ; and will retain its virtues in any climate. As an incontrovertible proof of the superior excellence ot this Hacking, it has stood the tet and commanded the most extensive in nil quarter; of Ihe globe, for upward; of half a ce n - turv. Feb 16 , NEW MUSIC. IUST vuhlishrd by WM. DUBOIS, at hi I pianoforte and music store, No. 16 Broad - ray, iiraham's celebrated Polacca, arranged as a Rordn, by Steihelt ravonte Venetian Air, arranged as a rondo, by Latour Paddy O'Curroll, with variations for the piano one, i.y i . rw. .lioran. SONGS. O softly ilrep try Pahy Bor The La' Tok n, or p member me. . Alt - ), all Mr. riuXppi' Songs to be Iiad M a hove. fei, 17 1 i . J.i.V.llC.i HUM. ..f rt - .nrhr - n'Kgli proof old Jamaica Rum, wui or - i.,r.3n. . Irom sloop Ron Irrrbork rr, fi n Rennuda, eirt .d - of TecVt - slip, and ssssWsWisTa t - T i7.aJ " W" I tors - ip. of i ttkLll K LAURIKP, Fb5 - Ko. S3 Soulk - st. A stisstsxaiBg paWic luotr how in dtftiagihA , ; wen thu - gslhat duTer.' DOCTOR HORNE, formlr ' ofU citr of Lmli. H'ancHurgery there, deem, ii Wit rtf )' 10 rP"t owe onse - rtti jc, o. .1.... kirAfft.v ' ra.1i, indisrriiuinate, awi unvjali. bed use thereof, has been prodst. live of infinite mischief. tk! - ' ....onj mcnuiwiutu Qin 0 ejjw ence. Tlie disease we have in view owes its f, tul results chiefly to this source. What a phr thflt a young man, the hopes of his country and the darling of his jiarenls. shook! be snitched a way Uota all the prospects and enjoyments of lif. by the ronsequeuces of one ung jardod racsutnt ,nd by a diseate not in its own nalure fatal tvhirh only proves so from ucgli ct or improc - , tieatmetit.'' A gentlemar, (!?te Dr. H's ria tient) now perfectly hearty and well, had bee. under physicians of penri.il practice, iix Ten" and rcpeate,:ly salivat, d ; when recommendedZl U. H. (by a eentleman 0f this city) his bonil were caiious, and his flesh dropping from tienT; his friends declared be could not possiLly iuri ' t wo months longer. Thousands expenmr ntali know with vU.at ease and safety Dr. U. eradi cates tlie severe it casts, and confirms ti: const! lulion. The Doctor's plan (advertising) j, ns cessary to guard the public against tlie aouie at mercury, and other fatal delusions, held forth. Persons, therefore, huving' conlracJed a nT rate disorder, or suqvt - tir.g lalent iioison, ars admonished not to tain per with their conitita" tioo, or conceal the disorder, till past rcova ry ; others having the remains of an old cast or other impt.nti.;s of the Mood, as well ajo?h! er complaints of a delinetP it dure, in eiiiir l'X. should remember tsuslcrity, and do jutti to Iheir consciences ' by making appiieatio. to Dr. H. at his old and respectable estab. li&lintent, No. 64 Water - street, four houses well of Old - slip, to obtain dial prompt aeuetawe a lone caU uiated to prevent discloniire. And here let me claim your serious attention Rro r mbtr a luperlicial cure is no cure at ali ; unlet p.. bJ! sinessi radically done, you will icrtaiuly 'has (lie disorder break out again with redoubled m, lignity, at some future period ; perhnrs rj;ip vim be too late lor remedy. Don't you olten meet ,1 the streets miserable, mutilated b m;n, wiiiioui even a bit of nose on thtir face ? T;dit vvarnln!; I heicech you. s' 1 ir. H's. character for skill and stuboorn inft - cri y being universally known in this city, sinrs Uj4, euaranlee to patients ttiat delicacy and s. crerytiilhrrto unknown, and having onuntd I u practice for years past, e( lunively u, tl cure of diseases of the blood sytd'iii 'they may safely cal - culate on Ihe uiutl decided advantages in con. suiting Dr. II. Gleets eradiralcd in tws or three Weeks. Strictures removed without bougies or any other instrument ; and all debilities; likewise all old ulcerations, fistula's . A plurality of offices tire pron'ded, and so sit, afed that patients are not exposed tueach other's observation. Open liil half pail 9 iu the eveninc All petsons concerned are invied to he fre ii ailing, nnd speaking witli Dr. H. which is Ire ol cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid th expression of gratitude for inouiue - rnhle recommendations and fortlie decided preference (it is presumed with just cause) lonz triven him h. . judicious public. V 111 I..I . I . is. i). nn luuersmusi De poll paiu, Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 U - i U.v. ElR. EVAS' supffior method of curi ng a t s - tain Disease, is now universally acltnowlKled in this city ; his mode ol treatment is perfectly mild. safe, ex - peditious. and his charges reasonauie. in every m - - tance he warrants a cure, " rid will return die pay i.' hs dis no't icrlc. - m agresnbls to contract. i iir I'liLirn rci..c.jr always ol - ierveo. T nere are n.any persons in this citv an,i is. .1. ' cinity, laboring under various chronic diseases, mirh as rarrrers, old inveterate nlr, sciuiuia or kings evil, tis'ulas, di.'aies of the amdinu bladder ;nn atonies, oio compixatea coniplaiat .if a i:ertaiu nature, bilious and other obstruc. tions, rbeiiiuatism, kc. which (hey consiiler iavji. - - rable. ttiey can certainly be cured (in general) r Birlyins8' Or. EVANS'S Medical Store, No, 9, Peck - slip, having practised in extetitiv hospitals in Eurr.pe 12 ycarr, under some of tt first Surgeons . arid Physicians in Ihe world, and made those obstinate diseases bis constant study for :0 vert". Oct 12 ' I II E public is respect - A. fully informed that ' V, , ; - rd'A tlie ELI ,v 4 - ' :' ' f elhibitin; v Ji. Jj. I nv.j... EPHANT now hibitinz at No. 29(1 - vl. Bro idivay, will posilire - y lie removed on or a - 'oat the 1st April next. Those that wish t'grati - - ' ly their curiouy, icwnic ine wonneriui . . - . i j a works Ol Baiure, win u wen ii. emulate inn vy? portunity Admittauce 25 cents. nibti - - ft5 - WHEATON k DAVIS, Fancy Chair Manulac turcrs. No. 153 Kulton - strcct, opposite St. Paula Church, olfer for sale, wholnale aj.sl retail, a large and elegant as? . . . u , T i ftj"3 a"r,."icuv ui vuria (uapie, nttafn m. i n f d rt amuk Mil. mm. m ed in gold It hronre. Bamboo. ' Plain and Gill Balls, Rock - . fng, Sewing, and Con versa - - lion Chairs, Solii, Settees, Lnuhj;cfs, Music Stools, Sc. . , Orders from any part of ths contii.ent exeeaUd with uc atneit nnd dispatch. . Old Chairs repaired, painted and ornamentsc. mh 9 SJ The subscriber having recently returned roui England with an important improvement oa the artificial spring LEG, he takes this method of informinz hit friends and the public, thai all those who are so unfortunate as to be in want of a leg, or arm, they ran be accommodated by ap plying at yo. 77 Barclay - street, new - York. , . Jan 12 WM. 1'URVTS. rVjflil d lTk V; LEPS ITCH OUfTMEST, - WARRANTED an infallible remedy ato application, may be used with perfect - safely on infants a week old, net contain'Og a pat tide ol mercury ,or any dangerous ingredint whatever, and not accompanied with that oen - sivrsmeil which attends tne application 01 oui remedies. , The above medicines arc prepared and sold at t I l - "ri Mr,l Vin. t - lnr. M Maiden - Lao. and sold by S. CARLE, cornel of FuTtoa and Water - streets. ... Drnggists and country store - keepers sopphed oil liberal terms. JaB 29 PRtTVATR IXIrGtC.S. - A single nile - man can be accommodate'tl, wi'h one or two rooms, afier the first of May next, with or without board, the rooms furnished or not, in a genteel and small family, the bouse is nest and pleasant, and in a healthy part oftlic city, about ten minutes walk from Wall - street - . For furd.er information inquire at no - Broa - lwav. feb 3 ' NEW - YORK : PRIXTED AX1 PUBLISHED X1CUAEL BUIUfllAM k CO. No. 42 fTltz - iTSieKT - 010

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