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JUL. - - , THE TOUR MISSES. . ' Br person who purchated pnw or KO - - I wm once in low with four. The' oft pleae'd with balmy kissel, . Glad em I mat kitting'! o'er, a Lon Mi - uduct took U lead, Sad Mi - cnance was not debar d. Dear Misstnke wou'd sometime! plead, And Mist - fortune press'd me bud. Blest me aid I, h:.rd's my lot, . I mutt seek some prudent Dame, li Dame Fortune then forgot Sill fellw ! you're to blame. , All the Misses now rcmored, To make way for future bliii, Fortune it roy belt beloved, Dear Dame Fortune' not a - mtst, Proudly rais'd above my fellows, How they gate. a I pan by, Thee that blan.'d me, aow are jealout, 80 il ?y mny and what care I Now enrich'd by her embrace, Can I pare a Miss, a smile. Yet so "ratcful, suck tbe case ! Wis.i them fortune, all the while. ROBERT WAITE, Jut., reiuindi bn cailo men, that he liai sold more pnies in the presto Mediral Science lottery, than anyDr wafer f ticket! in Broadway ! nd .fo',e,.r ininrit ti.ero that ticket. 111 the M LrORD and OWEGO ROAD LOTTERY will be advanced to38doliar,OcnTnrMayne,tzEg 1 Prize of 70 000 Dollars ' 1 "do S5.000 do 2 do 10,000 do . . 2 do 5,000 do Adventureri are invited to continue their ruck by pre - hating the above capital pi in, of DihSO Rl. - K.OK TICKETS ON TUESDAY. CHANCEi"rtwodollars,oioblauuugpart J o( the Mammoth Priie of 70,000 DOLLARS, In the g'and M1LFORD anil OWEGO ROAD LOT! ERY, which it to commence drawing on the fifth of May. . Whole Tickeu, 130 Quarter! 7 50 n .u.. 15 Eiehths, 3 70 Two dollars for a sixteenth share. Tk kts will advance to 32 dollars 00 Tuesday, 41 t.1,h inmt. fo' !ie iollowing very splendid prize in this lottery p, - v Bt Lottery and ingti Oifice, No. 54 Maidtn - , . Lane. Where have besi fold in former lotteries, near ly all the capital pines, for sixteen or eighteen years pott, and where in all probability the mam - moth priie 01 iu,w: uouars win oe soiti aim nam. Among the capital prizes sold at WAITE'S oHi : tiie following were sold in shares pi tickets, yix : No. 30.706, 35.000 dollars This is the highest prize ever sold in this city in snare. Mo. 17,974 f3o,ooo 25,ooo 2ujooo 2o,ooo No. 12,875 3,708 20,655 9,133 1 12,ooo 1 0,000 1 0,000 2o,23l 11,981 36,281 1 0,000 lo,ooo 4r,j? i;o.OviO 18,413 Itaiiili'i a rrpal mnnv rfJtjooo. i2ooo. loao. be. All sold at WAlTH'S, in halves, quarters and eighths. mnzuzi WAS I EU KOR 1 HE COUNTRk. A MAN who understands common gardening, XX and a woman who understands bouse - wsrk, milking, sc. A man and his ne will be pre lerred. Apply No. 49 Front - street, mh If) lw . ItildH LIMEN9, DIAPKRS, 5 - 4 SHEET - ' ING8, Nr. kc. ' THOMAS 8UFr ERN. No. 6 Depeyster . J street, has received a coinpleat assortment of tne following goods per tlie Britannia, Iroin new ry, and late arrivals from Duhlin, 4 - 4 and 7 - 8 Linen I 7 - 8 half bleached do 7 - 8 Dowlas . 6 - 4 Sheetings ; 7 - 8 Lawns 3 - 4 Bird Eye Diapers 3 - 4 brown Linen 7 - 8 Linen in Demi Pieces 7 - 8 Grey Lawns. Which with his former assortment of low Dri ced end fine sroods (among tbe latter are some of 1 nompjon's tine 4 - 4 linen) are ottered for sale on reasouable terms. mh 19 1w flX A SEAL 0A7JVS, tie. JJ M: Fur seal skins, 70 doz. neuter skins, just received and for sad e by GEORGE W. TALBOT, mh 19 No. 55 Pine - street. 86 SCO A H ti MOLASSES. ' Hhds. good molasses. 79 bags Calcutta sugars, for sale by JOS. OSBORN, mh 19 28 South - st 3000 sale by - mh 19 GOAT - SKI AS. Patna goat - skins, large size, tor GOODHUE Si CO. 44 South - st 5 INDIA COLOURED GOODS. Bales blue gurrahs, 2 do. custahs 4 do checks, entitled to drawback, for sale by GOODHUE k CO. mch 19 DEARBORNS PATENT BAjjiCES A COMPLETE assortment m'Dwrborn's Balances, just r - teive.L with ad without fr!, - etghing from 300 to 2000lbs For iale by N. It D. TALCOTT, mh 19 64 South - st. THREAD FOR WEAVIAQ A AD SHOEMAKER'S USE. A LARGE quantity is now on hand at the XJL House of Industry in Anthony - street. Also, twine and carpet yam Knitting and sewing thread Mattresses for ships births, Comfortables Sheets, pillow - slips and towels ready for persons going to sea Mattresses made to order for families, or repaired and altered Men's linen, cotton and check shirts, well made and at low prices, with ft variety of articles for women and children's use. Most of tbe above articles are kept at the noroos ue agent to the society, 112 Willis. mch 19 3t f 1 LD LONDON PARTICULAR TENE V - r Hint WINE. S quarter casks nearly eoual to Madeira 1 do dry Lisbon, with a general assortment of wi wiaiiiy 1 eas and Groceries Very old Jamaica Spirits, Irish Whiskey Old Peach and Cognac Brandy Fish Sauces, English Bacon and Split Peat Uobl ! Gloucester and Cheshire Cheese ver superior American and Pine Apple do Loadoo Brown Stout, Hams, Shoulders Snioked Beef, Cordial, Stoughton Bitters t.!uohns, Large Bottles aod Brittol Ware. " 4 tmall assortment of earthen aod glass - re For tale cheap for cash, by EDW. BLACKFORD. . . 157 Greenwich - street jarter boxes ol good Spanish Segara CUi?m0LjATE STARCH, Hc - 150 boxes B0 da Vii). Ar. fkiladelphia Starch hill n.l . 9.L o :.i " sal bv Q. boxes 8ommih Smra JACKSON k WOOLLEY, - .I 1 1 77 Wall - street. A f A k r'OAAAA HDKFS. 4 UU P,w fla5 banerchiefi, - y hftod - 600 Kr ?e Patterns ""'"Swl For sal. by ah,. GOODHUE k CO. " . 44Soathtt, ' For LIFERPOOL, The well known coppered ship III - PORTER, James Rogers, master, a re gular trader. At her freight is principally tni raced, she will sailm tbe 5th of April. For freight of 150 bale of cotton, or passage, apply on board, at rier no. lz, or to CH.iRLES HALL, 1 Beaver - st fjy Consignee of goods per the above ship, are requested to send their permit on board im mediately. mch 19 For Sa.'e, freight or Charter, s.fc44 The brig RECOVER, Owen, mas PAMt.r. 242 too ; will carry about 2750 bbls ; is well (bund, and a sound rood vessel ; lies at pier Ho. 1U, L. K. Apply to JOS. OSBORN, mh 17 23 South - it. Fur Hale, freight or Charter. i The brig ROBERT, Pope, roaster, 289 tons ; will carry 3200 bbls ; 2 years old: well found, and a good vessel lies at pier No 9. Apply to JOSEPH OS BORN, 28 South - st. mhl7 For AEW - ORLEAAS. The new and fast sailioz schr FA VOURITE, capt. Fisher, having a part of ner i"argo engaged, will meet with immediate dispatel . for freight or passage, apply 011 board eaft side of Peck - slip, or to II AY DOCK & JENKINS, 152 South - st. Who have for sale ' Clean St.jPetersburg hemp, (Belfast's cargo,) and Kentuc hempen yarns, of an excellent cjuiuii) , iu 1 yAnfi suit purcuasers. liu limit (pVF,nn ""orieu sizes 50 tiercvA;ne new rice 12 casks A '.aux claret, entitled to de beuture 200 boxes nev s e niiarcti candles of Rod man's & Swaila's brand 3000 gallons winter s rained oil 1000 do full strained oil 1000 IbswhalcVnnein tVab mh IS 1w tor kiVtMCOOL, 4a5 The well kiw,. hip IMPORTER, ifiiJajnea Rogers, na.,., copper - fasten ed, and coppered 1 half er car Deinff e,,8 - sue win uc ui5(j(,e(j ; - tnmeuiaieiy, For freight or piage, an .the master b0lr,J,!2 CH&rJ'ALL.i on I iu vi . , r ueaver - si. for freight Kj . Ir, The fine new brigt0P I, B. Gruhv, niMii.., tvu um u, . 411 DDIS, uur - then, - nil in complete order k' voyage. For terms, apply to G. G. & 8. HOULA'VI). ml' 16 77 WishingDn.s( 'reet For HAVRE. The ship F.LIZA lETH,Morj lilt - . A - nams masuiiu nnw wanink i wi sail iu all next wefeit. Forfnightr paerlttfe, apply on bord, at erNo.7, i. Ror to S TK DIVIK BETHINEh CO.f tl mh 16 9t C.4. Slip. ' for - Sate, freight or barter. The well known ship MARs.TH B KESA, Wb, skiddy, master, ,Uilt lit - K 1 coppered aud pot in complete order for aundia eyge ; i' ballasted, aud could proceed wu)ut delay. For further particulars apply to F. DKPAU, or G. G. 3. HOWLAND, mh 16 77 Wahiiiton - st. for GR&EAOCK, The fast sailing ship MARY AU - oXlSTA, Porter, master 1 will com mence loadinir on Tuesday 17tii nut. and be dispatched on the 25th of the present mpntli. Forfreiglit or passage, apply to the master on noara at Pine - st. wtiart, or to DUNHAM & AUCH1NCLQSS, mh 14 lw 150 Pearl - street For AEIVRY. The good, fast sailing ship MIRROR, to sail in 3 days, tor freicht or pas sage, having fine accommodationa apply on uoara, west siue uurling - slip, or to N. L. il G. GRISWOI.D, mh 14 86 South - afreet. For ALfV - ORLEAAS. The good fas, sailioe ship LAGUIRA has half her carzo enzased. and will be uespaicneu in ft lew days. For freight or pat - sage, having large accommodations, apply on ooaru, west siue ouruug - s tin, or to UAIUL.AW, blKAUL T il co. or N. L. & G. GRISWOLD, mh 14 86 South - street. Wanted to Charter, A good VESSEL that will carry 600 ouis. lor ft voyage to Bermuda. Imme dial dispatch will be given. A pply to TUCKER k LAURIF.S, mh 13 29 South - street. For MOBILE K BLAkELEY. tf Tlie substantial and fait sailirc - new wir. nim - ui aiu.v uapi. wright, iut I - i ftrft is 1 n I jt . ma. . iT . tons, a we iwo iniras 01 ner carrn nrnri and on board, will meet with despatch. For the remainder of tier freight or passage, having good accommodation! for cabin and iteeraira num. gers, apply on board at Pier No. 4 E. River, or tn DL'Troc . IM'nnlr'L' mh 12 29 Coei.ti - s - thp. ilUbhltl GILLESPIE, No. 112 Front - it. 11 oners lor sale 400 barrels Virgiuia Flour, 30 hogshead. prime oldj RldmiODdXobaeco 18 do Petersbargh Tobacco 21 bales Upland Cotton 35 tierces and) 20 half tiercel i Klce 150 bags St. Domingo,) c 64 do green Havana, J v c 5 toot Lignumvitae ( ' Port, Claret and Madeira Wine, in bids, and quarter casks Rorixred Port Wine, incases of 3 dozen each. FREIGHT FOR OPORTO. A good vessel bound to Oporto may have about 1000 bushels corn on freight. ran 14 N ANKLENS. 1000 pieces Company's long yellow Nankeens, entitled to debenture, for tale br JOSEPH OSBORN, 28 South - street. mb 14 SUGAR. 223 hhds. prime New - Orleans Sugar, landing at pier No. 13, E. River, from hip Gleaner, will be sold on the wharf. Apply to CHAS. L. OGDEN, and mh14 ABR. OGDEN. WHITE JEANS, FRENCH CRAPES kc. Jfc C. NICHOLS, 132 Pearl - street, base just received S cases Cue White Jeans 1 do do Striped do i do do Black French Crapes 1' do do do Canton do I do do Silk Ildkft. S do do assorted Sewing Silkt 4 do 4 - 4 Irish Lint ns ) i,i.. - j 1 do 5 - 4 do Sheetings 'charged 1 do Marseilles Quilting 1 do Steam - Loom Sbirung 4 trenkr fine assorted Prints 2 bales Russia Sheeting which they offer for sale at a small advance. mh 14 lw I USSIA h RAVENS DU(X 340 pieces 4. Russia duck, of the best quality 240 pieces R - iuia duck, second quality 25J da ravens duck 100 do. bea. ravens do. SO do. heavy b w ravens do. 60 do. ticklenburgft 120 do. English duck, ass'd from bo. 1 to 7 4 tierces patent thimbles, assorted kites 3000 runny banfor sale at 180 Front - st. by STEPHEN ALLEN. ,tf Ti 0 - V in an out V ses the the dar tne vr the free Uieir on ir riOTTON YARN. - 1000 Uii.Cotlon Yarn, KJ Ao 15aad 18, Twist aad FilUng, Tor sale at , io. 8 Fletcher - street, mh 14 v F RbsH f ROi 1 50 boxes Oniuges and 50 do Lemons, just received, for sale by - 1 JOS. JU1JA&OK, mh 13 9 Gouveireurs lane, U PER FINE LEGHORNS 3 cases avera - gmg, No. 40 for tale by LEONARD C PARSONS, & CO. 248 Pearl - street. mh 13 I 6t J. CODDING'! ON, Front slrett, of - r ier lorsaie, 30,000 lbs. of green Coffee, In tierces and bags, entitled to debenture - 20 hhds. of good Muscovado Sugar 30 boxes of white Havana do 10 pipes I.. P. Madeira Wine 10 do Sicily Madeira GO qr. casks old Sherry (Mora's brand) 10 pipe old Bordeaux llrnndy 3 do old Cognac f Martell's brand) 10 hhds. Jamaica Rum 10 do W. I. Rum 40 Iioim English Mustard 400 boxes Bloom Raisins 100 half chests fresh Hvion Skin Tea, Lon don 1 rader's cargo, lately arrived at rniiauei phia. mh IB lw TEN'ERIFFK. D LYNCH, Junr. (at No. 40 William street) . has added to his stock of Wioes a few hhds. of old and very superior Tencrille, which havine been ripened in the Vet Indies, has ac quired the nut flavourwhich he offers fur sale, warranted pure as imponea. mn 10 iw f lORNELlUd R. DUFF1E, 06 Wall - street, KJ has for sale - 760 bbls. Richmond Flour 200 do. Philadelphia do. 60 puns. Old Jamaica Spirits 30 tierces prime Rice 350 logs cedar for ship builders 50 cedar posts 10 bids cannon Powder 3500 binhcls Idle May Salt 200 kegs Manufactured Tobacco Old L. P. Madeira Wine, mh 18 lw SCOTCH HERRINGS. A few firkins, very hue Herrings, the latent imported, for sale by MILLS, PURDV CO. mh 18 3t 212 Pearl - street. f IOFFEK 10,000 lbs. first quality, Marti - uique ureen innee rorsaie ny PtTfcR Ht.iSr.!N K CO. mh 13 26 South lreet. rriAhl.K MATS. H cases, lor sale, hv J. . CEBRA & CUMING, n.h 18 76 Pearl street. READER.!) TALLOW U HIDES. A FEW thousand pounds New - York Tallow, and 2000 Slaughtered Hides, for sale. . Apply o T. GIBBON'S, Fly - Market. mh II tf I INStED OIL. 10 hhds. 6 tierces and tt Li barrels, for sale by CORNS. DUBOIS, n,hl6 fit O A A SLGAR, MOL.1SSES, lie. dZlh hhds. ) LL. ( J L . i a , u I c. . " i..i r,7X'v:zz iimodatiug terms, from the wharf, tj ) G. G. & S. HOWLAND. nh 18 17 Washington - street. Q FLOUR. . J 4 bbls supf. and 33 do fine, landing from udry vessels, from Hirhmond, for sale by nh!8 D1VIE IJETHUNE k CO. IOUR Hundred tons first quality Novaico - H - tia Plaster for sale in lots to suit purchas - ers - yApply to WALTER NEXSON, 174 Front - st. corner or uurling - slip, or to N BtXSW, font. t( Harrison - st. i mch 17 North River, CjCOTCH GOODS. 46 cases containing llO Plnin and Snrig'd Book and Jaconet Muslins Plain and K ig'd Leoo Madras Hdkls. Worked Flounce's Imitation and Damask Shawls, AiC. kc. Will be sold very low to close consignments, by HENDERSON CAIRNS, mh 13 81 Hine - street. I7ARMEK WAN1EO An excellent Farm to be rented or worked on shares, sr. 11 a ted New - Jersey, about 18 miles fr - m the city ol llCIf ' 1IIIA III, flu Ull, ,mig 1 uiiithm'iii , about 30 acres are in meadow, and nlmut the same quantity of tillable land. On the place is excellent House, two large Barns, and other nuiluines. ror particulars, inquire n 91 Wiliitiin - st. mh 18 Is VALUABLE REAL EST A I E FOR SALE, IS THB tITT or HEW YOHC "KM VK lots nl srround on the west side of Green wich - stret, between Vettry and Dethros - - streels, 25 by 80. Four do in the rear of the above, fronting on east side of Washington - street, 2o by 80. Fight do in the block below, between Wash' ingtoii aod West - streets. In Munta - nmerr County. 6000 acres of Land in Lawrence's purchase, near East Canada Creek, on the north side of Mohawk. In Franklin Count?. 15,162 acres of Land, in the towns of Mount Alorrit and Dayton. In Eisex County. 7832 acres of Land in the town of Barry more In the County of Lewis. 1250 acret of land in Catterlaod, Chassanis Purchase. In Saratoga County. 2600 acres in Palmer's purchase. Enauire at the office of the subscriber. 34Ce - - streeL BEV. ROBINSON. mh 17 tf THE FORUM. TO - MORROW, being; GOOD FRIDAY, the Forum is postponed to Fritlay evening. 27 tn instant. mh 19 at A NURSE OF anexceptionalilecharacter, wants a situation, as attendant on lady going to the souin 01 turope or one 01 (he soutnern states. Aply to No. 3 Columbia College. noereanurse, wno is also a seamstress, it wanted to supply the place of the former. mn is iw A MAN SERVANT. WANTED, man servant who understands waitinr, and can brine respectable re commendation at to hit capacity, honetty sad sobriety. Enquire at mh 18 5t No. 49 Front street. FOR SALE, on reasonable terms, the Uten silt complete for a Soar asd Cuma Mis - actor v. Likewise, first rale Mould and Dipt Candles. Enquire at No. 19 Nassau - st. mh 19 lw FRIUT and FOREST TREES. (&" WILLIAM PRINCE has for sals at his nursery at Flushing, (L. I.) near New - York, an extensive assortment of European and American F i.iit and Ornamental Trees sod bbruhs. Tho P. arb Trees are in tbe most bealUiy state aod of good site, many 04 them havins produced fruit ia tbe a orrery tbe last teainti. Catalogues of tlie N a retry may be had at the itorrr of Messrs. T. At J. SWORDS, No. 160 Pesrt - street , Where orders left will be daly attended to, aod trees, tic. carefoily parked and delivered, of freight, at Crane Wbarf, New - York. Printed directions will be furnished (Tios who purchase piath Ims, which if att adni to, will eunbie them to preserve a large projortioi of trees in abewllhy state, and to hare peaches in as great plenty as fons'iiy. . mh!9dlwkc2w a . TOR SALE, A BARGAIN,' A LONDON made organized PIANO, if applied for in a few days. Enquire of the Printer. mh 17 lw RECEATtLRLlCATlOAS. JUST recti ve J and for tale by ELIAS VALENTINE, 104 Broadway, 3d door below Pine - street, ' ' Capp'i sermons and life LiPsof Garrick, 2 vols. U T. Davies A Judication by C. D. Colden, Esq. of the steam - boat right granted by tlie state of New - York, in the sra of an ansrer to the letter of Mr Duer, a di trailed to Mr. Coidea The emigrants guide to tlie western and southwestern states aud territories, with a map of the United Stales, by Wm. Darby All the recent works of Wm. Cobbett, Esq. TrE. VALENTINE 'has been appointed ageut for the National Register, in New - York, aud respectlully solicits subscriptions for it. hngraving and copperplate printing executed with neatoeionntl 00 moderate terms. mch 1' TO FAMILIES. alHF. subscriber has just received from the . factory a supply of fresh Oat Meal, aod ol a superior quality. jnu. r. r isuiv.iv, No. 106 Bread way corner of Pine - street, mh 19 2t FAT CAT J I.E. fflHE fine CATTLK exhibited yesterday at JsL the Uank Gottee tloiue, were fattened by Mr. Philip Fink, at Bloominggrove, Orange County who has. without doubt, by indetati gable exertions, promoted the character ot the Deer Market in this city more man any other Farmer in the State. - Two of them will be offered for sale on Saturday next by the sub' scriber, who would feel much pride as well as pleasure if the citizens would not sutler the beef of so rare a Quality to remain unsold, as ho i rnnviiuia nf not heinir characterised bv extravagant charges, and he can with confidence appeal to all the drovers who attend our market, that he has tor many years past given the most liberal encouragement for obtaining tlie firs: rate Cuttle for this city, and winch may have been one I me principal causes which has given birth to all the subsequent improvements in that brai.ch of agriculture. inh 19 3t . T. GiHiiua. CUHER'S THEORY Of THE EARTH. ESSAY on the Theory of the Earth, by M. Cuvier. with minerolorical notes, and an account of Cuvier's geological discoveries, by Professor Jameson, to which are now added ob servations on the goology of Notth Wmerica, by Samuel L. Mitchill, with plates, f J 50. A 1 KEA l lbfc. on the public ministry 01 tne Word, etpeci'allv as under tho Gospel Dispensa tion, by Williim Parkinson, A. M. Pastor of the First Baptist Church in the city of New - York, price 50 cents, for sale at No. 3 W all - street, by mch 19 U. WILEY K l.U. SELEC1 HOAKDIM. SCHOOL FOR ' YOYNG LADIES. , RS. BOWERING, now Mrs. Brown, hat IV I removed her well known Establishment from New - York to Elizabeth Town, New - Jersey, not a quarter of a mile from the public turn pike road. The situation of the place possesses every advantage for a Seminary 1 and will ena ble Her to reduce the price 01 board much low er than can be afforded in New - York. I he brans he t taught, are, Orthography, English Grammar, Reudinsr, Writing, Arithmetic, Geo graphy, with the use of maps and globes, Astronomy, History, lllair't Lectures, Composition, Music, f rerun, botany, Chemistry, Drawing in crayons, Painting in oil, on velvet, and in water - colours, Plain Sewing, Needlework on - muslin, i.moroitiery on hk ami womeu, r inexree. Quadrille, Grotto aod Wax - Work, Gilding and J spanning, with a variety of other fancy works. mn it 10 SELECT BOARDING feCHOOL rjXUBaS ' ,.iuwwrnneies In the Philipsburgh, lookers, West - Chester County His system of education is such as to enable tunes to qualify rouna rehtlemen for Collere or me counting - 1 louse wunin a reasonable time. His school is select, tlie number of Pupils united. ana me treatment 01 ine most nnerai Kind. The follow ins: branches of useful and oolite li - . . . . 1 . . eiuiurc arc luiigni, vis : Greek, History. L.ntin, French, Coinpotitioo, Writing, Arithmetic. English Grammar. Geography, Mathematics, kc. It is presumed that few Institutions of the kind can oner greater advantages, whether they regard instruction in general literature, in moral and religious principles, or in correct and arentleman ly deportment. The Parsonage in which the Pupils are accommodated, is commodious, retired and pleasantly situated. Its distance fenm New York is about seventeen miles 1 to which there it always a direct and easy communication. For further particulars application may oe maae 10 Bishop Hobart Dr. Wilson, Columbia College C. D. Colden, Esq. T. A. Emmet, Esq. mh 19 T. 8. Clarksoa, Esq. O M'Evers, Esq. Win. Bayard, jun. Esq. A. aVhermerhorn, Esq. DSalw SIEAM - BOAT AOTICE. vrf ROORBACH, mas ter of the Paragon, informs the public, that he arrived this morning from Newburjh, aod will sad again this afternoon at S. He will leave Newbnrgh at 6, P. M. on Saturday ; do N. York at 6, P. M. on .Woodsy : do from wherever he reaches at 5, P. M. Thurs day, on the return passage. tt Tbe morning papers will please insert tbit notice. mh 19 NEW - YORK EAGLE GIN DISTILLERY. THE subscribers ha - viag purchased this estahlisbaent, to well known for the quality of itt Gin, are now making that article equal to any uiuiiiea in 1111s conutry. Tby have now n hand a supply iu pipes and barrels, and will conttantly have for tale New - York Kaele Gin. of the first oualitv. Annlv at tlie Distillery, comer of Washington and Hani soo - ttreets, oral 87 South street, to ilOOKHACH as MITCHELL, Who have for sale, 10,000 lbs. Juniper Berries, and a eeneral as sortment of Groceries, mh !9 lw Q TO LET, From the 1st May, the house No. 133 Greenwich - street, corner of Liberty - street, at present occupied by Doctor Neilson. Tf pre mises may br viewed any day, between the hours ol 11 and xo'tiorn. mh luti TO LET, The GLOBE TAVERN, No. 143 Wa ter - street. The situation of this boose, aod its acconisaodatioos, justly render it aa object well worth the attention of any person desirous of keep ing a lucrative public house. It wnl te let, fur - nilhed or unfurnished, and immediate possession given. Apply at No 137 Water - street. mh 17 tf WLFORD k OH EOO ROAD LOTTERY. WIIX commence drawing at Jersey City, the 5ih of May. Tickets and lures may behaii A ALLEN. Truly Lucky Office, No. 122 Broidwxy, until Tuesday next, al30,i after that day at $ ;a. , Adventurers will recollect tost the capital prixes, in the four classes of the Medical Scierce Lotter.es, were sold stt the Lucky Of fice, nt Not. 12129 a prixe of 25,000 Uoiurs. 19506 . sU 50.000 do. 19545 do 25,000 do. 10323 do 30JXQ do. no ruber of RW.000, 15,000, 10,000, 5,000, tc. &c. ma 1? a I Of 0. and at GRAND BALL. ' MRS. W. WEST, encouraged by (be flat - term approbation of her patrons, as evin ced at her nrst public ball in this country, at well as gratified by tbe rapid improvement of ber pupils, respectlully acquaints the public, that ber Grand Ball will take place on VVedosday next, iath inst. at the City Holt I, when a variety 0! uovementi entirely new, will be introduced. Miauet de la Cour, and AngxIina'sGavotte, by Mrs. W. West, tsr.d II young ladies. Hornpipe, by a young gentleman. Solo, Adagio, changing to Allegro, by Mrs. W. West Parisoi's Hornpipe, by Mrs. W. West, as dan - ted by Madame Parisot, at tlie Opera House, t.nndon. New Allemande a' Trois, with tbe Saleuse, by Mrs. W. West, and 3 young ladies. Tb bull will conclude with a grand ballet by the pupils and Mrs. W. West, in wliichebe will intruduce the Irish iisr. . .. .t"" . . r - y . in ine course 01 me evening a numoer 01 co tillions, Quadrilles, aud Fancy Dances, entirely new. The faucy dances will commence at half past 8 o'clock. Tiokets 1 dollar each to be bad at the bar of the City Hotel, and at Mrs. W. Wsst's, No. 6 Hetter - itreet. mh 19 lw GKA.N1) BALL AT WASUtAGTO A - HALL. MR. BERAULT has the honor to inform the ladies and gentlemen of New - York, that bis annual grand ball will take place on Thursday evening the 26th inst. in the Washington - Hall saloon. In the course of tbe evening, a ballet dance, and several other fancy dances, will be performed by Mr. Berault's pupils, as follows : 1 Entrance of grand march, by 20 young ladies. 2 Corps de ballet, by 20 young ladies 3 Pas de denx, by 2 young ladies 4 Pas seul, by 1 youug lady 5 The shawl dance, by a young miss 6 Gavotte de Vestris, by 6 young ladies 7 The shautruse, by 2 young ladies 8 Corps de ballrt, by 20 young ladiet 9 The allemand, by 2 young Indict 10 De deux, by two oung ladiet 1 1 Pas seul, with the tambouriue, by a young lady 12 The three graces, by 3 young ladies 13 Pas seul, by a young lady 14 Tho lesson, by 2 young ladies 15 Corps de ballet, by 2(1 young ladies 10 A grand march, to conclude with, by 20 youug inuict. The ball to begin precisely at 7 o'clock, and the ballet at 9. ft3 Tickets, one dollar each, to be had at Mr. Berault's, No. 31 Courtlaudt - strcet, and at vvashii.gton - tlall. mh 12 2w" CIRCUc, AN'J HON Y - S I REET. art TnoRtDAT k iaturpat. M1 R. S'J'ANISLAS will continue his exhibi tions on those evenines, in which lie will brinsr forward a variety of new and incomure - nensmie experiments and deceptiom in the magic art of legerdemain, so long undeveloped by the civilized world, ft would be needless to make use of the pompous stylo of advrrtirenieiits resorted to by pretenders of the profession ; his own acNnowledged talents needs not the empty language of a bill to convince the public of the vast superiority he claims over all those w ho have hitherto visited the city of New - York., Tin curious deception of No Plut Ultra,' while it attracted tbe most unbounded and reiterated applause, led even the most peoetiating to he - live in real magic. mh 18 41 For England, via Hahax, A. S. fTr" Letters for his Britannic majestv's packet SWIFTSURE, (for Falmouth, via Halifax, Nova - Scotia,) will be received at the post olfice till Wednesday afternoon, the 1st day of April. . mh 18 tApl T W. MOORE, agent. aCTt SiVRK i) LET, tins! The Store and Cellar. No. 1 33, corner of W ater and Pine - streets, to let from first day of May next, it is new ana calculated lor the hardware, dry good, or vendue business. Apply to mh U,V,'W?' - Vt, 131 Water - street. Q - t 'o&iZ'l.ET, ainitj To a small private ' - X(ur. who would be willing to take a gentleman undTv wife, ij iiDerai price, as Hoarders, me house io. 143 breenwicb - street, with the exception of the two mwer ruvms, occupiea as omccs. Appiy as a bnve. mhl2lw O'lXJ UE SOLD AT AUCTION, By HOFFMAN k GLASS, on Sntur - duv. the 4th day of April next, at 12 o'clock, in front of the Tontine Cuflee House, The House and lxt No. 1 Wil iam - strect. at present in theorrupntioiiof thesuhscrilier,situ:iff at tne corner 01 William - street and Stone - street The lot is 91 feet deen on William street. 2K feet 1 1 inches on Stone - street, and 48 feet four inches deep from William - street, at the north wardly cad of the lot. , Tbe subscriber some time ago had an inten tion ol converting the house into stores . and oh tained plant and estimates for that purpose. He had offers from respectable merhanlcs to make Dve stores on tlie lot by tome additional building, and alterations of the present huildines. for fen thousand dollars, or to pull all the present build me uown, anu 10 erevi, wim ine assistance 01 the present materials, five stores for fifteen Ihou sand dollars. Plant and elevation of these stores, at they were prepared to be built, may be seen at ine auctioneers. Seventeen thousand dollars of the purchase money may remain on mortsjnge. 1 ive thnusana dollars win be required on exe cutionof the deeds, and tbe residue in two, four and six months. mh 14 tds C. D. COLDEN Q For. HOUSE, in TO LET, one or more years, a 2 - story brick Stoyvesant - street, nearly opposite St. Mark's Church, containing 8 rooms, a large kitchen, servants' room, cellar, pantries, kc. in complete order for the reception of a genteel fa - mil j 1 wim a aaruen nun yarn 01 auoui x i - z acres of land, containing a variety of the finest fruit trees, asparagus, and bot leds, Sir. together with a wood - nouse, carriage house and stalilrt. Rent will be reasonable, and possession can be had 00 the first day of April. Apply, between IU ana z o'riocti, on tne premises, to NICHOLAS W. 8TUYVLSANT mh 14 Ct TO RE AT, The Assembly Room, with the adjoin ing apartments, in Ross's Buildings, No. 146 ulton - street,oext to the corner of Broadway. The premises are well calculated for a large school, for public meetings rr societies ; the I arte room being upwards ot MJieet in length, and a - hout 29 leet in breadth, with a 14 tu t ceiling. The whole, as to situation and sixe, is werl cal cblaled for an auction establishment fur furniture and other sales. The above will be rented for any term not ex ceeding seven yevt from the 1st of May next. inquire of tlie subscriber :o. 1U7 r ulion - sireei. mh IZdH a. L.i:?. FOR SALE, A new two ttory House, No. 143 Cham - hrr.siiwL finished ia tlie modern style, with marble sauntle pieces kc. Powioe g'vea on before the 1st May. apply at 823 Duane - st mh 16 lw 7YJ LZT, Anrfooaaetaint. eivenon 'he first of May oral, the s various and well kir.wa stai.d. the IJaina Hotel. No. 68 Wnilarn - .treet. t or p. r - tiCMlars enquire of Mr. VatvletU't, No. 67, op posite. 'BO lb LEASE FOR S?AL1. TJ FOR SALE at auitio.i, at the Tontine ...fum?". uo We,to7. the i .th iost. if a ,,,,1. disposed ofsu pnvate snle, 10 yeap unexpired Issue of tbe 2 - story brick front Bouse 61 Cedr - treet Also, at - ams time, lot containing about two one half acres of ground adjoining the church DiooD - Uiguaie. I or term, apply 10 E. WHITE, 40 John - street ; or, to mb 19 5t WILLI AM F. FELL k Ce. an K. - lot and coo Uio be is far 'public s - vi:es BY P. L. MILLS & CO. Monday, A large and gneral assortment of d - yyiMs .VAR1JLE MJR BbLLULSO. ic. Til Eprupneton of the southern marble qua - lies, near Kine's - Bridge. give notlc, toat tliey have on hand, aud are reciviij, at thst Amx's - xinage Marble and Lime - 1 art, foot of Beach - street, on tlie Hudson river, ait ex:uv stock of marble lor building, of the foiwwug d - SLTiptUIQS, Til : Ashlar Coping Foundation Stone Chimney - Fkcea Facings Columns 'r Wittertable Sttps Platforms Sills, Liulels Archf:s Also Lime of 'he best q;iaJ'.ty. fXT' A constant supply of Urn almo mtiterials, may be calculated upuct and Uvom dciirous of purchasing, or making onagen.ent, will apply to EZRA LCDLOW, Feb 11 At tl Yard. NOTICE. ft?y The copartnership hereto fori existing be tween the stibscriliers, ui ikr the I'rrus cf G. At D. BUCK, in this city, and DANIEL BUCK k CO. at Hartford, Connecticut, was by rentuul agreement dissolved on the 13th inst. Ihu at - fairs of Hie concern in this city will be settled bj GURDON BUCK, who will continue business for bis own account. GURDON BUCK, DANIEL BUCK, mh 18dftc3tt DUDLEY BUCK, . STREET MAMJKE. 07" The contracts which are to he entered into tor the street manure, will commence on the 1st of Nay next, for I or 2 years, to be mentioned in the sealed proposals ; nod the streets (ire to be swept and cleaned, from the 1st of Jlan h to the 1st of January, in every year. Feb 21 MECHANICS BANK. fXT The stockholders are hereby notified that an elcctieti for thirteen Directors will be held on the first Tuesday in April next, and that the poll will be opened at tbe Banking House in Wall street, at 10 o'clock A. M. and closed at 3 o'clock P. M. I'.jr order of the President and Directors. m. hS W. FISII.Cash'r.' NOTICE. 03 - About the 50th of Sept. lest, three men hrouttht into the New - Inlet, iu tlie town of Hemp - sttail, on Long Island, a tmall fishing boat. One of Ihcra stated that the boat was called the Humming Bird, of Portland, (M.) and belonged to hiin : that they vcro then on their passage from Philadelphia to Newport, (R. I.) and had put in on account of tome damage which the boat had sustained, and from a want of provisions. Tbe men left the boat, with a fishing net on board of her, in the possession of the subscriber, and promised to call for them on their return from New - York. On exaniinins the steru of the boat, her mime apears to he the. Meteor, of Brittol t This circumstance, together with the fact, that the men above - iui ntioaed have not called for the hoat, induces the subscriber to believe that she did not belong to tl.eiii, or cither of them. Tho owner of the boat and net can obtain possession of them by calling on the subscriber, proving property, und paying Hit 1 expenses. Hempslcntl, (L. I ) Murchll, I81U. inlilJ2w titateuf A. in - 1 or Compreltr's iljffic. tr Public notice Is herehv given totln - hold ers ulthe seven prr rent stock of this s'.ate, that a,i insttitmeni t twenty per centum ot tlie original amnuiit of tint stork, equnl to four seven teenths 01 tne present amount, win oe paid 011 op ine nrsi nay 01 Apru next, or aiany lime thereafter when demanded. Payment will be made at the Bank of New. York, in the city of New - York, to the stockholders residing iu the southern district of this state and out of tlie slate, and to all others at the New York State Bank, iu the city of Albany. It it required that the certificates issued for the stork should be exhibited to the bank vvhrre such payments are made. The interest on the said instalment will tease after the mid first day of April next. Dated at , Alkrjr, march 9lh, mill. - a lit. 11 ivria I i nt., tvompt'r. mch 13 .It A 1 . C'ONhULATEOF FiUNL. """" fjr The following rates ol duties established ot Cayenne, by the French ovcmm'iit, have been couimnniiutid to the Frem h Consul at New York, by bis Excellency the Minister of Foreign Affairs. Foreign Fines, (importation) On salt rovi - tioiit I percent, advalnrem, and 3 francs (or a - bout il) rvuts) additional, on every 50 kill arrama (or about 102 lbs. net) ; g'M.ds ofevery blher lie - scription admitted 011 paying 15 iercent. adva) lorein - (Exportation) - on all kinds cl produce 15 per cent. French Flag, (importation Ou salt provisions 1 per cent i goods ol ft ery other description 4 per cent. (Exportation) on produce of every description 6 per cent. In case hisumjisty the king of Frail'? should deem prorer to uiodily the alove rates 01 i iilies, bis intentions will be mado known six months previously. ' mh!6 1w WESTERN CANAL (COMPANY. . (rt" A dividend offle nnd a half t.r cent, on the Capital Stock of said C.Hi.piny, will ba paid tothe Stockholders on the 1st of April. Aply to Barent Bit - acker, Esq. Albany, or 220 William - street. By order of Uierlirerlors. . THOMAS EDDY, Treasurer, mh 16 1m NOTICE. 03r The creditors or JOHN MURRAY It SON dare requested to send ii, their accounts immediately, statid.with interett, up to tho 27th Jan last inclusive. And those imirbttd to said Grin will pieasu make pay rut lit without delay to tlie subscriber, who is duly authoiiscd to receive the same. PETER LUDLOW, mh 18 lw 111 Feri - ttrcet. FUBLIC BALL. 03" D. D. HULETT respectlully infurms his friends and the puhlir, that his annual Hall will take place at Tammany Hull, 00 f unduy evening next, tlie 24th inst. at 7 o'clo" k. Tickets lor admission inayuenau 07 e.(.T - ins;al No. 17 Cedar - street, or at tlie bar .t the hotel. "h ' COllLLItl.M PARTIES. ' rr THE Manajters ane Noire thai tho sxxraud i.Atr t'otiilioa Pan will 1 on the eveninsT of Thursday, Mm S!6lh. mil. at it ity mil i9 7t Mot.l. HF.Jkt A.M Dtftlli. Qfy - Dr tfamael L. Mils:h - ll, 01 e 01 tbe Vicft Tlwlents f Tbe New - Y 01 K In - ilutio for tt.e in.rrnciioii of the leaf Hnd DllllO,,, will deliver f'ratioo al the Citv lla'l, on Tuisday 0';it, 24th iostant, at 4 oViwck, P. M. 'Ilie Directors oftliislnstiiotiJO rcsoet tlullyin - ri'e the ladies and gentlemen uft'ie city U at tend. The deaf and dumb chilin u will be trt nt. 1 he rituens generally U.at are friends uiid relatives of tlie otyrt of this description, arc te - . quested to accompany tl.t - 111 on the aiiovi. day lo Mayot's Ofiice, at half past 3 '' lot k. Wheo it is considered that the object of this institution it to alitu ,U co - ; 01 the grcnteit of buLO'ji (alainiliei, tiie ducctcra taonot lie too tar'tiine to anticipate tiie pleasure of ft large respectable merlin;. JOHN B. SCOTT, Eec'ry. mii.UCt HUNTlNGTON'j Writing Academy No. M6 Fu'.tra - tuaet. TboM youi'g genilcmun who m. - tie application to this school, a f w weeks suite, and l I ootUvjo be - accommodai. JinUieeveotrg, class beirg full, are itlormed that, seTeral vaouties haru.g stoce oe - uTed, tbry can nuw reteivtil. 1 he improremcnt depending lo much tspori the limited number of pupils in ei.h el - ss, it very desirable that they should ilte - .l, a as mv be convenient, 1n the morniri er aftemo..n' thoe 1 lasses being lets en uded than the one ait the ereasug. mh 19 3t f, SI t I l! ! . I'll . 1 'K - 'i 'to - Vr f.i i Hi m. . : "I Hi .1 1 1 5 t 1:1 ; i ? - 1 . t

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