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IN CHANCERY. . ii . , IN CHANCERY. . v. v TN mtmmdca rfa AiCieUlorderoTUri bonori I ble court, will ba id at public auction, at the Tontine Coff. e House. ID the City Of New York, nadir tttr direction of the euttecriher, on of the masters i this court, pe Tuesday, Ih 34h dav of March iit. at twelve o'clock in Use fore - nnrni oftlint da v. kH tiit certain niece or parcel of land, situate atGreeowun, it the ttlh waid of the (aid Ci'T 01 new - iora; nezinriirii. n int westsideofUisvwh - street. forty four feci tea inches, eortlierlv, from the corner lortrred 'by the interaction of H ammottd and Grcenwi.. U - streets; Iheoce westerly on aricht engl with Greenwich' atreet about i&b:y fiv feet, oe the tame more or less, unlit it strikes a line of forty - three feel, in the rear ot.tl. said ground ; thence northwest" r - 1 until it strikes a coiner about twenty seven . feet tix ijches, be tlie sr,mt more or ! tltenee easterly twenty Tour led, thence north westerly L'litlr tliren feet six i aches t thence easterly fifty three fc;t 5 thence again euli rly thirty two feet four UK Ut . to urcenwich - sireM ; mence wur triy,aloug Greenwich - street, seventy rive (eel three inches, to the place of thinning. TogouV cr with kit and singular, the edifices, buildings, right, members, hereditaments and appurtenants Uiereunto lielonrii.g appertaining... On the above property ore rrm ted two substantial fnunt housesTettch about twenty fire fret tront and ear, and thirty two reel d - ep, and aim a work - - ' ' Master in Chancery N.B, A maportkelcb of the above may be eea by applying t wy office. No. 1 A'atsasj - afreet. - - mh t lawgwdlw "" IN CHANCERY. . utile of New - York, . JN panuaoce of an order of tltia honorable court, bearine dale the third day of March, imt. will be aold at public eoc'imi, at ike Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New York, under the di - recti"0 of the subscriber at one of the masters of this court, on Tuesday the 3ltt d..y oi Marc., ' instant, at 12 o'clock at noon - All those certuin fife loll ol ground fwliereoi Ahinony Lipenara of the citv of New York, Eq the father of lejn ard Lespenard, was seized iu fee aim pie at the time of hit dereate, and which upon a division ol theeitateofthe laid Anthony, fell to the thare and portion of the said Ijeonard,) situate lying ad being in.lhe eighth ward, or the city or flew ' York, and are known aud diitincuithed in a err' 'tain map or chart id ado of the estate of th taid Anthony Lespenard. deceased, by lot numbers three hundred and eighty two. three hundred and fllgniy lour, wreo nunurea aie ngin v - hiht, three hundred and fifty - seven, and three hundred and filly - eight, and taken together aie bounded and runt am at fcilowt, to wit, north wrtterl r un 1 hompaon at. one hundred and thirty i et oiort or lera, fiuthcotterly on lot numner three nun' dead and Aitv - ais. list feet more or leu, north easterly on lot aumber three hundred and eichly one ol the aaid Leonard leipenard, one hundred fret more or tot, and touthweiterly hr land of the eaid Leonnrd l.aipeoard appropnaled lor I he con - tiouatioauf Vettry street, one hundred feel more or fctMi;d alio all thoan four certain loll, ptm et or parcclt ol ii.iund, ailuate, I) irtar, and bei - ig in the eighth ward of the city of New - xorli ; he - iiiK part of the land which on a di viiion of the estate of Anthony Usptnard, deceaard, amooi his lielri, ny imniiMioneri appoinien iy me mar - or's court of the said city, wai set off I" the said Leonard, and are known and disimguisiiea on a map of (he said division made by the said com - miniooeri by Ihe 'numbers three hundred and eighty five, three hundred and eighty sit, four huit'lrxd and twelve, four hundred and thirteen, and takea together are bounded and contain as folljws, tov.it : soutlieaMerly on Thonspon - street, seventy two fet southerly on a line, which if Vestry street were continued eastwurd ofSulliran street, wout I henuthfrly side there - of northwesterly by ground of Alexander U. atnwart, and sarah hi wife, one humlred and eighteen feet I w northeasterly by a line to be drawnpnrall'l with Uroume street. (Broome si. heini fii'tyrat wide) and distant tnerefrum four hundred and seventy five feet, one hundred feet bairuOfUie nid dimensions mora or less s and also all Ihe (round lying between the sitid fout lots above described, and Ihe k round of Miller and Baker, and bounded likewise by the raid aoothfasterly and northwesterly boundaries wbntsnever the same rant contain ; together with Oe appurtenances. Dated Match 7, 1818. JAMES A. HAMILTON, mb 9 lawSwdts Master in Chancery. )o the matter oi lieiijamin Germnnd and others. n. James Sullivan, nn QUNNY SAGS. hl3 ab - For sale at auction. r scrmdins; debtor. J ' THE undersigned having been appointed trustees fur all the creditors oi Jauses Sullivun, late of the citv of New York, butcher, an ah - acoading eltor, will, in virtue of the act in such case inada and provided, on the ?6th dny ol Mtn h, instant, at one o'clock, in the afternoon cflliat dav. at the Tontine CofJee House, in the city of New - York, sell afpubhc vendue, all the right, title and interest ol trie said J ames Sullivan, io those three certain bouses and lots of ground at pn tcnt known and dislinguislied by lots No. thirty seven, tlitity nine and forty seven Mulberry - street, in the city of New - York aforesaid, 'being each twenty live feet in width front and rear, aud one. hundred leet in depth, at the same wert sometime since owned aud osseiseit by James Sullivan, of the said citr. deceased. The said lots ol ground having been sailed by the Sheriff of the iily and county of New York, in virtue of ao attachment issued ttriuait tlie estate oi me a - foresaid ahfcondine dehior, Dated March llth, 1BI I. AMAZIAH WRIGHT, JOHN C. HAMILTON, , CUAHLK3 OnBOItN. . rah lleodtds IO I lit i t hl.lC. rn II K subscribers are tesdr to root met to fur - J. nisb almost any quantity of Marble, from their quarry at Kingsnnde. I lie marnie is similar ia colour and stiH:rior in quality to thatnf which tlie front of the City Hall is constructed. It can be got out to almost any size and diineti sioos, tuilalile for every part of building, and would he delivered in Ihe rough, or prepared for the building, according to order, at a inodervtc rate and at a short notice All orders may be lodred at I Si C. BOLTON'S effi'e. No 5H Broadway, orat Mr. GIDEON TUCKKR'S. No. 4 Whtte - ttreet, or at the quarry, with Mr GEORGE W. HALL. mh 14 :twlm PI ANO FOR I E.1. RMECTZ. 10 Maiden - Une, has just ree'd per ship Washington, from Lrnulon, an aasortment of piano - tVtes, from the manufactory of Astiir ( among - which are very elegant cab net niaMAs. with haro nedals. of atmei inr ... , - r i t workmanship, wen worthy the attention of mose who wis.n 10 auppiy uicmscives wiin a good instrument. AUn flip aalf. ritfknft - inrtM. ef Trtmrvtr ininn1. and Hroadwood's make London, and E' rartl's Fans, together with Imrps, and an assortment of Hi newest music, mh 13 dlw&enttfw rilWOor three ropecUble pcrsms msy be JL immediately accommodai ed with spacious rooms an - i board ng, un moderate terms, with private r.mil) . They IjuVi taketi a fine house Irom tlie 1st May next, in a cent'!, neaiuiy snu ucasani sr nation, on tlie west aide of the city, in which they can accommodate threa or four persons w,th elerant airv rooms and boarding. SathfcUtry reference will be mven and required. I he address of tne advertiser is left at the oHice of this pa PCT mh 14 lw t NOTICE. frt" The subscribers bating received a general assigntDeat of ail tbe estate of Julia Murray It Sons for the benefit of creditors as i S.rew.d ia the as!gnnie ot, bne autriorwed Pi tt r Ludlow to liquidate the unsettled a - xAonts and to receive pnit t of all debts due t Ihe said firm, Ot to the iAdn idu J partuers who will attend to Cm sane at lis office. No. Ill Pearl - street. WILLIAM BAYARD, fcbt4 If HCVRs BARCLAY. - 3000, lor sale bv CEltRA tt C U.MING, 78 Pearl - street ACApEMY' AT'BKLLEVILLE. J - . fPHh iaatitatiua still ba onened OA the first t . . . . . r:. ji.r, Jl ay or. April aeu, uaoer me oirecuoa MMU UTaVKiJL, A. M. uprisKipal then The courts) of iastrwctioa will embrace all the branchet preparatory to collegiate education, as well aitbosr which are accessary fortiie merchant, the larmer, and ihe mechanic, vu i A grammatical knowledge of the English, Latu, and Greek langi arithmetic, aaalhematk'S,! aoUcnt nod atodera Geography, iucluding the t of globes and aaairs, ancient and modern hlstor) , natural and moral philosophy, composition, book keeping, resting, writing, 4c. ' , I The terms ol tuiuoa for day scholars us the lowest branches, wdl be Iwa dollars per quarter, aod will not eiceed five dollars per quarter, in any of the higher. 1 To those at a distance, who are desirous ol sending their children to this healthy and beautiful village for instruction, the principal offers to receive into his own family, a select number, woo will be educated aod boarded, (intruding washing and mending) at the rate of $160 pel annum. It is requested that those who intend to send their children to the day - school attached to the institution, will give early notice, la offering this seminary to public notice, the trustees entertain a hope, that the beneficial iur poses contemplated in its establishment, will not be defeated from the want of public patronage. For tlie ability of their principal to fulfil the important task tie has undertaken, they refer to the submitted recommendation and lie will employee ushers or assistants, hut such as shall be moat satisfactorily recomaiemled and duly qualified. To the inhabitants of the village and its vicini ty, they offer a well regulated school, for the in struction ol their youtn, a thing much wanted and long desired land to strangers, the advantages of education in a place admirably aduided tr tlie purpose, by its nearness to, and daily communication with New - York, and its acknowledged suieriority in point of health bod oeaurv. iter. Staats Van Santvoord, Abraham Cadmus, John Van Rtntselcr, James Homhlower, fcitkiel Wade, Jonathan Tompkins, Bellevile, Deceinl - er. 1817. RECOM M BltPATtOIT i Trustees. Of Mr Stryker, the Principal, by P. Wilson, L Li. u. rtotessor oi languages in lyOiumoia Colleee. . " This gentleman is an Allumnus of Cohimhia College, and received a considerable part of his instruction from me. I am therefore wen ac quriinted with his talents and have no hesitation in declaring him fully capable of fulfilling the task lie has undertaken, with credit to himself and benefit to Ihe community." (Signed) P. WILSON, jan lawtfd&c By authority of the malt f A'cv - Jcriry and. New - York. I 'HE MILFORU ti O WEGO ROAD LOT - L TEKY. for lacilitatjiiE the intercourse be. f 'teen the western parts of the State ol New' York and Ihe City of New - York, throosb the Stales ol reousyivania arvi rvew - jersey. Ul U L 'UL' 1 priM of 70,000 DOLLARS 1 35,000 DOLLARS t . 10,000 DOLLARS 5,000 DOLLARS 10 1,000 DOLLARS 30 6O0 DO .LARS 140 100 DOLLARS 3200 30 DOLLARS 33R6 Prises not two Blanks to a Prise 10,000 Tickets Part of the Prizes will be determined as follows : First 1000 Blanks, Thirty Dollars each. irst drawn ao. 1st day, will be entitled to do 5d do 600 do 3d do 1000 do 4th do 600 do 6th do 6000 do 6th do 500 do 7th do lOOtfO do Hth do 60ti do 9th do lOtK) do 10th do 50(i do 11th - do 36000 do 12th do 600 do 13th do 1000 do 14th do MH) do 15th do 70000 do 16lh do 500 do 17th do 1000 do IHIh do 600 do 19th do KMKi do 90lh do 600 This Lottery will commence drawlns at the city of Jersey, on the first Tuesday in May next, and will he coropli ted us twenty drawings. I he prizes will be ptiiri at the Union Bank, in the city of New York, sisty days after the drawing wyi lie unisiteti, sumect to a deduction of 15 per cent. CH AS KINSEY, ) D HIUART, Commissioners JNO. LINN. ) TickeU 30 dollars each. Adventurers and Dealers enn be supplied on application to ISAAC G. OGDCN, Jan 80 endtf 4li Wnll - street fOli $.4 LA , A PEW, in the ripht aisle of Trinity L'luirch. Apply at No. So Wall - street, mh 18 4t CLO. G Elll'S , MUSIC SCHOOL, NO. SO WALL - STREET, IS established on his new and easy system of teat bins composition thoro' bass, preludiru: the art of fingering the piano forte ant) ringing, &c. Terms 30 dollars per quarter, half iu advance. Emm 4 to 7, Saturdays, P.M. the academy will he open, for the mends of science and the amateurs of music tocall and inspect the es'i.li linlioient, and they are requested to bring with them the first l.uropran work on music, to ena lle them ac, urately to appreciate. Hie merits of tins new improved ystcm ul teaching, ry u,h6iw G. GLIB. V HE CIRCULATING LIBRARY. 13!tFul ton - street, near broadwny, consisltng ot an eitenstve and choice collet (ion ol historv, tra vels, voyases, biography, romances, novels, tHles. Dints, review, ruagarines, tic. Catalogue's may be examined at the library, which is open Inr stihscribers, as usual. mh4tf To the L'iti3nioJ jVtic - 1 ark. r ERA 11 I1AWLKY 1'hvsician and Dentist. MA would inl'otm the inhalistuuts of New York. that he has taken en office at No. 31 Pearl street, where he will exlrarl, clean, Me, fit and t el 'I eel A in t he most a pprovr d m stnne r. 1 1 c w i ' I also prevent any irregularity of the secrndarv teeth, if application i made to him in season He flatters himself, trnm the etperiencehehas had in his profession, that he shall lie able to give general satisfaction. For chnracter Ihe public are referred to Mr Geo. P. SbiDrasn, merchant, No. 63 South - street, and Doctor A. Ives, no. znz ('earl street. JTAem i man conrem. fr - r - This ceriiucs. thai Dr Zerah Hawlevis a rt S'dar lsecl phyician, and in good standing with his ttiethnn in tins placet mat ne nus pain particular attention to the art of llenti - try, has i ' l.i 1 . I - . I. 1 L. . .V 1 stuniea tne ih.bi r.urvi:B wui.i vu uic unjf - r ,, ami has given ,prJ satislirtion in tins hrnncb to bis customer, who are persons of tlir first respectability in this city. We therefore, with entire confidence, recommend Dr. Hawley in the citizens of New York, as a dentist, .r.fieas Munsoa I Eli Ives Nathan Smith ( Jonathan Knight Professors of Ihe Medical Institution of Vale Col New - Haven, Jan. 22, 1818. lege mh33W A DIQUISniON n ira iriMVin ent f..r d. I,t r as ihe practice , in 'he Mate of New - I or, iiy Howard. prn - 37 I 5 re - ils. Discnuraetebi.flv (i revntitri;il suljects, by th late Revd. Newcnmb Caifm, with memoirr of his life, price t - o doPars Memiirs n tae life of David Grtv - V, Rs'q. with charact. r and nnecdotes ol Ms 1'heatrical contrmiKrarie,hv Tboma Davie,p - i.e CJ i.0. for sa lH at No. 3 Wall street, bv Bit H C. WILEY li CO. A rtOTJT tba 14th mt Decemtter last, aiterton Jt. with a lot of Carjtiters Tools and a fcaiffj nimif was appraneauea at ute cwara Oot k, which he was fleriag for sale. V roso the confession of tlie man little or ao doubt remains that the tools arid skiff were stolen projerty. This is to give notice that the owner or owuers of said proiertycan have it again by applying to ICTIADOUCAUMAN, at said dock, ry pro - viox tlie aaaie and Mime tng charges. Aiid if no person appears in a reasonable be sold as tlie law directs. Newark, Dec. 39, 1817. ' EDUCATION. !i. SMITH DAVIEs. time, they will mh 112w WHEATON'8 ITCH OINTMENT. THE long and successful use of this ointment is a sufficient recommeadation, as it has been found to be a pleasant, sale and certain remedy for that disagreeable disease ia all its sta - 5es. It is for sale in the city of New - York, by . A.& Vt. R. Post, No. 41 William - street; I. & T. Clark, No. b5 Maiden - Lane ; H. H Schiefftlin it Co. No. Wi I'carl - street; Law rente ti Keese. No. 195 Pearl - street : Hall I Uowne, 146 Pearl - street R. U L. Murray, 313 Pearl - street i J. M. Bradhurst, 314 Pearl - street John Pen ford. No. 4 Klelclier - street : Duryee I Poe, in Pearl - street; John C. Morrison, 181! UreeDwich street ; John f. risher, lUo Uroarl war i Walter L Seaman, corner of Chamber - st and Broadway, and also in Chatham - street ; and in short it may be procured at most of Ihe Drug nores in tins ci'y niso in rniiaueipnia, ot o Withert ll Sons : Georee Hariell . North it Ro eers, and almost all tlie druggists in the principal towns in the united states. WHEATON'S JAUNDICE SITTERS may he had at tlie above places. tan Worn M' RS. DAWSON lately from Uic Eastern Continent respectfully informs the public that she has opened a School in Cherry street, ISo. VU, where young Ladies will lie carefully in strutted bv herself and dauebt 'rs. in wntinc, arifhmetic, drawing, history, geography, use of the ((lopes, aud needle worst in an varieties. Mrs. D. bsc, leave to observe that her system of teaching (formed from her own experience) greatly facilitates the iniproveiueutof youth witn ease una pleasure 10 tucinseives, anu savrs an incredible portion of their lime, when employed in the utual way. Great attention will be paid to English urnuiinar, Reading and rronunc latinn N. H. Writingand Draw ing in a superior man ner hy Miss Dawson. nih 1 1 3w Late conductor o the business of Mr. Natha niel Smith. f "FFERS lor sale at J his Manufactory, No. 136 Broadway, us general and extensive an assortment of perfumery and fancy articles as may lie found in this city. Among which are Vegetable transparent shaving liquid, which makes a creamy lather and softens tlie beard I Oil antique lor cur line, I glossing, strengthening, and perluiuing tlie. hair, and preventing iv iroui iumhi'k s;rejr Fine cosmetic cold cream, for removing scurf, roughness, all manner of eruptions, aod chaps from the skin. Carbonic or charcoal dentifrice, chemically prepared for preserving the teeth and gums Vegetable rouge, for giving a natural colour to (he complexion Pearl cosmetic, or lace powder, lor whitening the kin Highly improved chemical cosmetic wah ball lor softniiig, preserving, and beautifying the ki.i, and preventing it fiom chapping Su ner fine rose, violet, and plain hair powder: tvarruntcd to be pure and free from adulters - in Almond paste, for washing the skin Almond powder, lor the same purpose I Chemical dt ntilrice tooth powder, warranted Balsamic lip salve of roses, for giving beau tiful coral red to the lips, curing roughness and chaps, and leaving them smooth and Celebrated Albion corn platter, to well known to be an efficacious remedy for corns Highly improved cheaie al milk of roses, for preserving the skin, clearing it from scsrt, redness, sunburn, and chaps, aod for the use of gen tie men after shaving Highly improved sweet scented bard and soft pomatums t'oromude de grasse, for strengthening and promoting the growth of the hair, and preventing it from coming out Chemical absteigtnt lotion, for tbe teeth and gums Aromatic toothpaste, for whitening and preserving tbe teeth and gums I'untkd Alpine shaving t akes, made on a chemical principle ; aod i so w II known to be su perior to most other snaps lor sot'tning the beard and promoting the operation of shaving Highly imiroved violet shaving owder, which is particularly adapted to the use of Travellers, being very poitable; and in all respects an excellent article for shaving tyT Please be particular and observe, that all Ihe foregoing articles ot N. SMITH DAVIES manufacture, w ill have bis name upon them in copper plnte or type. Mfcgnum bonum, ne plus ultra, refined steel, concave, aud a variety of common razors, in cases and single; britahr.ia metal and glass sha vin boxes ot various sizes, suitanle lor shaving caiot ; sl.aving hnxes, with glass, brush and soap ; do with glass, brush, soap and hair brush, and a variety ol common snaving noses ; razor strops of various kintis, sizes, aud quality ;on.e very small and D ie suitable for shaving cases ; ladies' japanned dressing cases, furnished or unfurnished ; gentlemen's morocco and mahogany dre'iine cases, furnished in a superior style; la dies and gentlemen can have th drawers of por - tattle desks aud toilette glasses tilted up lor ores - s'tif , in a superior style ; a handsome assortment i Indies wot k hoses : uic die cases completely furnished witluteetllesof the heat Quality t a va riety of pocktt - horks ; thread cases ; eilt, plated and silk purts : ivory fine combs of all sizes, some extra superfine; box wood line combs; tortoise shell, ivory, and horn pocket combs : durable ink .salt of lemons; tongue scrapers , tooth pn ks ; tooth pick cases and tweezers ; patent penetrating hair brushes ; by the slightest application, tlx v penetrate to Ihe root of the thickest hair, cteaiisiiuc from it all prvipirable matter risine from eice's or ezertis. - , eivins to the head and hair a sensibility of pleasantness not to be expected fr m the common kind ofbair brushes t hair brushes : clothes brushes : tooth brush es ; shaving bruslies, with or without Cases : nail hrnit.es ; cnib brush s ; hat hrwhes, whisker brushes, with class ; plate brushes aud flesh brush es. These are rtaple articles, of which there is an assortment on hand, equal, it not superior, to anv in the United Stales : a vers eleeaut assort ment of pen and pocket knives ; fine and com - mou ih msor' nui K:ii?ur i:aw , huh wii, a variety of Cue fancy boxes and snuff boxes bait pm i bodkins and black pins : pencil cases and black lead nencils i fine sw an and silk puffs powder boxes and powder knives ; a variety of handsome cut glass miniature bottles, lor chains, necklaces, ic. with silver and gold caps ; smel ling bottles, with volatile salts ; aromatic spirit of vinegar. fjr - Large deductions made to country store' keener, who veill find it luui h totlicir advanlac toktep an assottnient ol thearticlesof N. Smith Davies' manufacture, af tin y are put apin the best style, nl nixdr to suit buy cumate. nler chs'ds will be supplied wht - ksale for export a tioo. mb a l"t'XiANA, ot the ait of PiiLili - m, tanrht and MJ ilUplaved wieuhl'u slly, to tbe gentlemen of ew - York, in Ihe back ro"tn of the Union - Hotel, No. 63 Williaro - street, by George Reosoo, esq. late of Drory - Iitie theatre, l.omlon. Gentlemen wishing to leans that much admired art of self defence, ran have the pleasure of knowing Uie terms, which are moderate, ty applying as above. Hours of attendance and tuition, fiom 10 o'clock, A. M. to i I'. M.t from half past 3 till 5: and from 7 till !). inh 16 lwt ADAM DELAGE ha the honour of in forming; tbe ladies t t this citv, and parti cularly liernistnroers, that be expects to recent hj the first .irrival nn handsome assortment of Spring and I t:liajj STRAW H ATS. mhlSlir KKWBticBl Uii CAA9IAI0VA MA1L STA0X THKEtt TIMItS A - WtEK. : .'. - v EAVES Newburgh eve' . . - ,J I J ty Senday, 'J utsday, jcib. ?aDd Thursday mornings, at L.TT - .'W - g three o'clock, runs througji Monigomiry, Bloooiingburgh, Monticello, by White Lake, Coherton, Mount Pleasant, Great Bend, Clienango roini, vwega, lunca, anuw aeva, toiaaassaigaa. Iteturnine - lek es Cananclaieua every aion day, Wednesday and Friday roomings at three o - 'clock, and arrives at Newburgh, the third day in time to take the Steam - boats which arrive in New - York tbe following morning. rrT - llmav be expected thai alailtmt$vhen the Mteatn - toati alter their day of running, that this lute will alter to at to meet them. . The whole route will be perfumed in three days, from the first of May, until t!ie first of November and from tlie hrst ot ivovemoer until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March un it the first of May, in four davs and from tlie 15th December, un til the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York and run fiom thence to Caoamlaigua in four days. Passengers travelling from New - York to Canam!aigua,Magaraor iiuhuio, can teaye is - York in the evenine steam - boats, and arrive in Canandaigua in three days a distance of three hundred miles. Tlie line is well lurnisnea with good, new carriages ( good horses, and careful'and experienced drivers Every atten tion will be paid to render the passage of the f . i : :.. traveller sate, easy ana expemiioua ; anu ii believed that the accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the state. fO r Allb trom wewburgn to uananaaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. B. A branch of the same line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Alto, a line runs from Owesro Tioga Point: thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, V BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. .?.. David Godfrey, Bloominchurgh,") E. C. St. John, Mount Pleasant, I L. Sl R. Manning, Chenango, iPropric - Luther Gere, Ithica, i tors. Samuel Greenhff, Geneva, I Oliver Phelps, Lansing, J mh 14 d6m NOR 1 11 R1VLR STEAM BOA1S. (ty The public is respect - luny id informed that the Para gon will leave new - York, oo Monday next, the 16th March, ul 9 o'clock, A M mh 11 TO COMMENCE RUNNING ON filONDA V . Sl IWOJV UV. team - boat A "W I Olive - branch, . ... .. VI .... or rnua - - delpbia, via Brunswick asaf "WTi miles by land. Price thtuugu C4 60. Fore - castle or deck passengers, 3 50. I he OLIV E - BRANCH will leave New - York every day at 1 1 o'clock, from the north side of the Rattery, uad to return from Brunswick so as to arrive at 10 the next mormor, in (his city. I his line has a connection with the best boats on the Delaware and Chesapeake to Norfolk ; as also thoe of the North River and Sound ; and (heir several arrivals are calculated to cause little, if aoy delay. 1 his is a speedy and certainly the most con venient rout, as the passengers sleep at Trenton or Brunswick, and arrive al a much less oxperlfe and in the hours of business at New - York or I'hiladelphia without fatigue in travelling or the want of sleep, as the distance by land is so mallwhereas via the Point and J owles Hook it is 56 and 86 miles. Foro - castle passengers, (who diet with Ihe peo pie,) to Brunswick, or Amhoy, at I each. ii?M ireujnl and marketing, Iree. .New - York. March 12, 1818. mh 12 Itii oUUJfD STEAM BOA T LINE 1 The proprietors, with a view of accommodating the public, bv extending the line to Norwich, intentl making the experiment with the Fulton, Capt. Law, and Uiis route (if fouud practicable) will be continued during the season. f he line will in Icture he Irom new lork to Norwich, as follows; Tbe Connecticut, t'apf. I'unker, will leave New - 1 ork every Ju onoay. Wednesday and Friday, at 8 o'clock, in the morning, lor IMew - tlaven. Ihe rulton, Capt Law, will leave JYorwicn at o o'clock in the morning of the same days, touch at A"rtr - London and depart from thence lor J'tw - Hnren at 0 o'clock. The boats will meet at Art Haven, and depart from thence every Monday, H'edntt - day and Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening the Connecticut InrAVut 1 or, and the Fulton for Js'ew - London and Aot it - sen. mh 17 .PHIMi ATV K h T AO TiCK. NOTICE is hereby given to all persons interested, that the tomro sstoners of Es timate ami Assessment, appointed by the Supreme Court of Jtidi ature of the state of New. York, to perform certain duties relative to the enlarging of Spring - street, between Thompson, street and Wooster - sirect, in the t ight ward of the said city, haveconpleted their estimate and ansessment, as wellol the loss and damage sustained over and above the benefit and advantage received by the owners of the land, and p emises required for the said enlarging and imp: oving Spring - street as aforesaid, as also of the benefit and advantage received by ihe owners and paries interested of and in certain lands and premises not required for said improvement And that we the s.id Commissioners have deposited a true copy of such es timate and assessment m the Clerks office ot the city of New - York for the inspection of whom oever it may concern and notice ia hereby further given that tbe report of estl mate and assessment will be presented to the Supreme Court of Judical ure, of the state of New - York, at the City - Hall of the city of N ew - York, on Monday the fourth day of May next, at ihe opening of the said Court on that day, or as soon thereafter as counsel can be beard thereon. Dated Ne - York, March 3, 1818 PETER HA WES, ) PETER 8TAGG, Commissioners JOHN TAKGEE. mh 4 141 JfEWDrt ESSIJYG HOO.V. A FRUM E. TO, No. 1 Wall - strrtt, just re xl . turned Irom Italy, f as the honour to inform tlie gentlemen, that he cuts and dreses hair in the latest style, and in a torn ner S' as to adopt it to tlie phisingnomy. lie has f r sale aquanti ty ol KAZOKa of tlie brst quality. U tbev d not please on trial, Uie purchasers aie at liberty to return then, and receive the mosey. He b u ukevt ie procured a very fine hone, and ensure to restore rason to a very keen edge and should they not cut be will receive no recooience. Those gentlemen who may please to honor him wi'h their patronage, may depend on the most particular and nsuectlul attendance. N. It. (ientlemen who subscribe bytheoaar ter will have their razors, Ac. kept exclusively lor inemseires. P. S. A good journeyman waoted. Apply as a mve. uin t HI I E LEAD - - JMOtp - .cwl.kegs White Lead, just received and I - sale ly TITl'l B Xr i. limit's A fcW.i.. v. .J v '.II.., mh U 29 South - ilreeL J703T COACH LINE tm PHILADELPHIA ' 'T BY WAT OF t OWtiES - HOOK . IltrOMTAKT TO FAWIcarcKRS. Nn eonrMirliiiii with the mt chaise line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPO SITION UKVIVLD. ANEW Line of Post Coaches with every eon. venience for passengers and baggage, oo Springs 'ill ROUGH IN ONE DAY. The Post Coach will start from tbe Coach of fice, old No. 1 Courtlaod - street, N. York, every morning, Sundays excepted, at 1 - 8 past 6 o'clock, by way of Newark, New - Brunswick, Princeton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the same evening. Tlie Steam Boat Line INDUSTRY, will start Irons New - York everv morning (Sun days excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the Steam Boat Alaluota, from (he north side of tlie Battery, lodge at Kingston, and arrive in Philadelphia next oay to ome United Slates Mail Coach, with a euard. will every convenience for passengers and baggage, on springs. 'TheU. S. niail coacb will start from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtlandt - street, New York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only 6 passengers admitted. For seats in the above named Lines, apply to inua. w in i r i&lu, at tne oia esiannsneo Coach, Stage aod Steam Boat office, a; the old No. 1 Courtlandt - slleet, the second office from Broadway, New - York; to ISAAC BROWN, No. 1 Washington - street; or to A. T. GOOD - min oi i.o iz4 uroaaway, corner oi w dar - street. New - York. (7 - A II goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. JOSEPH LVON, SONS it CO. N. B Expresses sent to any purl of the Continent, by thomas Whitfield. .Tan 21 fOST CHAISE LINfc.. FOR PHILADELPHIA. The POST CHAISE, with everv convenience for Passengers and their bnesAKe (through in one day) will leave tlie Post Chaise Office, 1 18 Broadway, opposite the City Hotel every day (3uu - Aav .vr.nla fit halt na.t ttn'i - lrv k in thn mnm ing, ty way ot ivewark, and arrive the same day at I'hiladelphia. I he MAIL PILOT, in opposition to the Mail Coach, with superior accommodations for Pas - engers and their baggage, will leave the same place every day (Sunday excepted; at half past 1 o'clock P. AL will proceed before theMail, and not subject to the inconvenience of stopping at the numerous Post Offices oa the road, but every accommodation provided for the traveller, and arrive some hours before tbe Mail at Philadelphia. Fart 7 dullart. fj All goods and baggage at the risque of the owner. JOHN N. CUMMING, Newark. JOHN GULICK hi SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON U HOWELL, Philadelphia. A. D. Erinrtttt tmt to antpart of the L'nittd Statei, iy L. BAKER l CO. Feb 24 S. MAIL. COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, Wll IS A OUAIIU QT - The public are assured that this line is equal to any in tne li. t. lor the convenience and ctimiort ot tlie traveller, mtn the addition of the guard, the passenger may rest secure as to his haggage and persottkl salety the coach never beuig left whilst changing at the post offices, without a person oo the box. The way mail is put in separate bags and cuaoged in the Luro - pean style. The U S. Mail Coach will start from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtland - st.vet, New York every day at 2 o'clock P. M. and arrive ai PluMulphianeitmorning at 6 o'clock; only t passeneers admitted in this coacb. For seals apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, ai tlie old Coach aud Staee Office, old No I. second office, from Broadway in Courtlandt - street, or b A. T. GOODRICH tt Co. No. 124 Broad wav. corner ol Cedar - street, New - York. N. B. All goods aud baggage at the risk oi (he owners. J. LYON it SONS, Powles Hook. WILLIAM GULICK at CO. Kingston. CHES1KR BAILEY, Philadelphia. Expresses soot to any part of the Continent bv j us ao THOS. W.ll M'IFLD. VlL. . .i ,itWKi.;l, iV... .Oi corner of Fulton street. New - York, hav - inj rtceived a large supply of tbe real JAPAN BLACKING, of Day tt Martin, 87 High Hoi born. London, offsrs the same, in wholesale ot retail, for exportation, or home consumption, on terms the most liberal and advantageous to pur chsers. Th inestimable composition, with half the u sua! labor, produces a most brilliant Jet Slack, fully equal to the highest japan varmsn ; auoru peculiar nourishment to the leather ; it will not soil the finest linen ; is erfectly free from any nnnleasant smell; and will retain its virtues in anv climate. ' . . .... e . . As an inconiroveninie prooi ot me superior excellence of this blacking, it has stood tlie test and commanded the most extensive sale in all quarters of the globe, for upwards of half a cen - ' t. v an tury. reo io NEW MUSIC. IUST published by WM. DUBOIS, at his I piano forte aod musk store, No. 136 Broad arav. Braharji's celebrated Polscca, arranged as Rondo. bT Stcibell Favorite Venetian Air, arranged as a rondo. hv Latour Paddy O'Carroll, with variations for the piano forte, by tr. Morau. SONGS. O softl y sleep my Baby Boy The Last Token, or rememlier me. Also, all Mr. rhiltpps' Songs to be had a a' hove. , ten n iimatukes in a m:w m vle. dt i. I h. ttiava, from i.osDo.i, at SS and wsuis. Srt.iBens may be seen at the Tontine Cuff House, the City Hotel, and at bis paint ing room, 1 1)9 Broadway, exactly opposite John street. mil o zw" 1 A I A I ED a situation in a scliool vr pri V v vale family, a lemale of respectabili ty, who Ias been accustomed to teach writing. arithmetic, geegrnUiy, &c. Any lady in want such a person, will find (he advertiser worthy of' notice, navyig leea in tlie atiovr capacity u England, and can produce satisfactory referen res. For further particulars enquire oi the p - in ter of this p.i(r. feb 81 TO FARMERS. FT HE subscriber can furnitk the farmers of X. the adjacent country with ground plaster of Paris iu any quantity, on the shortest notice, In barrels or olkiarwi!. JOHN BTER3, Teb 53 tf Foot of Uanvws - st. ti. IU A adeeming patSr kaow how ta'diiUc.;.k wenUstfhatdiner. DcroaHojvifE.fo'r.o, of the crfy of LoW IV? number of tbe facultv U and surgery there, deems it UiZ gk4T r10.AT"tiorjae": me iuuk oi OTtncCRY a rash, iwiiscriiuimiU, and aaqualu 6cd use iHereof; has been prAdW tive of infinite autrl,u.r ov studs are ennuaJJy roert serialized out of - ii.,' ence. T be disease we have in - iew owes it. lal resulU cbielly to this source. What a nit that a young man, (he hopes of bis conatryai? Uie darling of bis parents, should be snitched w ay irom an uie proapecU and enjoyments of life by U.e con sequences of one ungaarded momenL and by a disease not in its own nature fatal 71 whit h only proves so from neglect or imnrr,! treatmenL" A ff.nlLm.il Ul. , wh - a fc sa f i - h - "'" - uio4 , iiats ur. H'S Uent) now perfectly hearty and well, nad bi under physicians of genet J practice, six v,W and repeatedrysalivabd; when recommended? Dr. H. (by a kwtleman of this citvi h tl a.u Da ad beet years, inded to were carious, and bis desh dropping from ti,, his friends declared he rnuM n rus... - ki . I Dip r could not rmn'hl. . bones . t wo months longer. Thousands exwritnentJii! know Willi what ease and salety Dr. H erarf' cates the severest cases, and confirms the'rnn.i - lution. The Doctor's Plan (advertising) T ccnary to guard the public against the ahuse mercury, and other fatal delusions, held forth Persons, therefore, having contracted a nT vate disorder, or suspecting latent poison admonished not to tamper with their constiii, lion, or conceal the disorder, till past recor." ry ; othershaving tlie remains of ao oldcail or other impurities of the blood, as well as oS tr complaints of a delicate nature, in eith - , sex. should remember iwsterity, and do iusiic. ,0 the"' consciences, by making appucatiM to Dr. H. at his old aod respeVtable S lisbment, No. 64 Water - street, f.bouL of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt assistance lone calculated to prevent disclosure. And her. let me claij your serious attention Rememh.! a superficial cure is no cure at all'; unless the hI sinessis radically done, you will certainly have the disorder break out again with redoubled ma hgnity, at some future period ; perhaps Ihen will be too late for remedy. Don't you oftea meet ia tlie streets miserable, mutilated beings, without even a bit of nose on their face Take waminp I beseech you. 61 Dr. IPs. character for skill and stubborn inte grily being universally known in this city, sines 11(04, guarantee to patients . it delicacy and secrecy hitherto unknown, and having confined Lis practice for years part, exclusively to (lie cure ol diseases of the blood system, they may safely cal. culate on the most decided advantages in coa - suiting Dr. H. Gleets eradicated in two or three weeks. Strictures removed withou' bougies or any other instrument ; and all debilities ; likewise all old ulcerations, fistula's tic, A plurality of offices are prorided, and so sirs, sted that patients are not exposed toeacb other's observation. Open till half past 9 in (he evenintr All persons concerned are invited to be free ia t ailing, and speaking with Dr. H. which is tree of cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid Uie expression of gratitude for innumerable recommendations, and for tbe decided preference (it is presumed with just cause) lonsr eiven him i. judicious public . 15. All letters must De post paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug $7 Isr AtlThEU QUJiLKt.HX A UK IXfUa'h DR. EVANS' superia, method ofcurir.g a cer - tainDisease, is now universally acknowledged in tlus city ; bis mode of treatment is perfectly mild. safe, ex - peuiuous. ana tus charges reasonable. In everv in stance he warrants a curt. Band will return the pay if ba does not iierfora agreeable 4UG,ni,K.ii.iw. amaji uoserveu. iTiere are many penoni in this citv and its vi cinity, laboring under various chronic diieases, such as cancers, old inveterate ulcers, scrofula or kings evil, fistulas, diseases of the urethra. bladder and kiduies, oki complicated com pi auto of a certain nature, bilious and other obstructions, rheumatism, Ac. which they consider ktcts hospitals in Europe It years, under some of the first Surgeons and Physicians in tbe world, and made those obstinate diseases his constant stud for 30 years. Oct It ' PHE public is repect - 2. fully informed that tlie ELEPHANT n - w exhibiting at No. fJS u road way, will positively be removed oo or a - 'tout tbe 1st April next Those that wish to iraS - ineir curiosity. kiewine tlie wondtrfta works of nature, will do well to embrace this op portunity. Admittance Z5 cents. mb :i tt ftr WIIEAT0N k DA - VIST Fancy Chair Manufac turers, No. 153 Fulton - street, opposite St. Pauls Church offer for sale, wholesale and retail, a large and elegant assortment of Curld Maple, plain painted and ornament ed in gold k bronze, Bamboo, Plain aod Gilt Balls, Rocking, Sewing, and Cob tens - , lion Chairs. Sofas. Settees, i Louttgees, Music Stools, fee. ' Orders from any part of the continent execatei ; with neatness and dispatch. Old Chairs repaired, painted and ornamtnttd. mh 9 17" The subscriber having recently returned - from England with an important improvement oa tho artificial spring LEG, he takes this method of informing bis friends aud the public, that all those who are se unfortunate as to be in want af a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by ap plying at Ao. 77 uarciay - street, new - fork. Jan 22 wm. run vis. LEE'S ITCH QLVTMEltT, WARRANTED an infallible remedy ato" application, may be used with perfect safety on infants a week old, not contam - ng particle ol mercury , any dangerous inPr'v whatever, and not accompanied with tn3J,0j5 su e smell which attends the nppbcatk ol oU"er remedies. . ' , . . The above medicines are prepared and soiu at. LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 4 Mid - L' tnd sold by S. CARLE, cornel of Fultoo Water - streets. Drog - ists aud country store - keepers P'"CU on liberal terms. Jan PRIVATE LODGINGS. A mKlL man cn be accommodated, with one or two rooms, after the firat of May nest, tm without board, tlie rooms furnished or not, . ...... ..i .M.i .,it r.;tv. she house is c(inci.i .i iv biii.ii i a .,tv and pleasant, antl in a healthy part of the ei about ten minutes walk from Wall - etreev For further information inquire at n jlroadway. fcb PRIXTED AXD PUBLISHED MICH J EL BURSMAM k CO. No. 4S Pm - JrT.