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INSOLVENTS, ADVERTISING J OK I HE BENEFIT OFTUE ACT IN THIS STATE. coria raoM rnm Albany Amass, ,tbi OFFICIAL FAPBB. Xnf - YfkBtftr lliehard Hiker, Rttorder. . Milieu TownsendL - April 30 - Ttoinat Marshal, ua. April 30 ' Ilcurr Uulmgr, Mj 26 - StepCea Mom. May 16 , Mahan O. Oiiorn, April R Ambrose ve i rif.i. Aptu rJ JrjM - pfc. Sitlare, April 23 ' Parkin NirhAM. M ft Job B. Lardy, April 18 John I. Mttmiotd. May IS - 1 1 II A . . . Adam Dobbt, April 25 Ptler Schmidt, May S3 Philip E. Muhlenberg, do Lewis Rogers, April tt ' Jes.Gsle, May) I ArnaM l.avtf - Avil CI ' Jiteah Dow, April 89 ' Thomas Butler, May IS Alfred Weed, April II Isaac Cropsy, April 18 . . jBraeiuoyirs. na) William Hamilton, April M Rachel van:vli, A put 13 , Abriuiam I eVhovicr, April 29 Abraham ThealL Aprir 14 IVimas Storey, April 88 J Jdm Canfklddo " Jnraet Worrell, April 16 . , John brfcgs, April I I . JniliMU A. French. April St JobaB. Wilbor, April 25 . Daniel Stanton do Benjamin Charlton, April 4 " fa too Oay, April 16 , Wj.hsra Eutoo, yea April 11 , kUxl.ft. Anril 4 ' Jen - aiiab Keelr r, do i Benjamin K. Prine, April 11 Sylvester Gilbert. April 30 Jceepb Roger, Mareh 84 Wlluiu Wilson, April 28 Valentine W. We.t id, April W James TownMid, Marcb 28 Philip Jonas, April II . n John T. Robinoo, Marco 4 c : Join White, J so. March 31 . Amorv Garonge, April 4 Ntnell Brackett, April 1 Hose Unrfee. April 14 . - Robert Nichols, March t8 P.i.ll innl II - Andrew L. HtxM.d, March S JoH Tar, April 10 Park v Rice, March S5 John Valentine, April 4 John HrHri.kii, Ait J 4 Benjaroiu II. Akin, April 4 RMel IL Hamilton. March St Albany county H'jort Philip S. Pmier, lib - cor iter. tnsftteiny. Erlpbatet Steel, J one 3 llor ce 6ruui;lilon, April 17 John 8. Jones, April 24 Churl,. Heltt. Anril i Rmitit Anderson A - Wil ism Anderson, May 8 John G. W heeloc't, of Bethlehem, April 10 George Vio.ng, Jr. May 1 Daniel Powers, do tephea 8 Mahan, April 3 gan.uel Fuller, April 10 , John Stoddard, aad Nathaa Jeatini, Marcb 28 Abraham C. Sheldon, April 3 Elijah I J. fioardman ami JadwUab Burchard. Marco n Before Spmloe Mtore. Asher Bfordevart, n' Oeymartf. April 18 ' Madimm county Before Peter umlh, Jtr.tj udge in Ftterbon. Joseph Monet, April 22 . . Btepuea MatUiewtai, of Smitlifield, and BUat Church, April 4. Lamaa ilolcomh. or Brookficld, Marcb 28 Job Boone, April 4 Daniel Dm, of SulUvsn, April 4 Henry I. Walrath, oi Sullivan, April 4 Ottigo CmmtyBtfort Joirph White, Jlrit Jvdtt in Ae fatm efCktrrg i'aUtj, Job Mil, May f3 BenjaiB8hlei, May 18 ' A'tHfisfxe W. Aiatwnrtu, and Arnold Vi Lee - tr, March W. . . . ' IKkJi P. OlaMted. Mrch S8 Xlmtgmerf enniy Before A letaiJer Sheldon, , lutijtmge in unaruHen. 1 Jnha Sioner. sf Johoafown. Auril 85 Willihin ct. Ware, William Lcwia, and John Trenprr, April 1 1 Cite if Troytt'JriT. William L, Marts, Esq, AiabroM - Churrh, April 10 Hnrj Pliilion, April 4 ' AiexmilerMavm, Mirrh27 Janet Lodge, Mun - h 23 John Uraon, Apnl 18 Jabez Van Allen. April 1 1 Renjmain Moore, of Coxtarkle, April 18. Thendoe firm Lett. March 88 OwndiffB Comity HrbreJothu Formanjiret Jvcgt m jnanaaa. Silaa Ball, of Otiico, May 20 Neh oiiah Millard, of Salioa, April 17 Ira l Uwinoell, of Manliue, April 14 Darid Williami, orTully, April 7 - Nehcniah Millard, ofSaiiun, March SO Zebina Smith, of 1'allr, March 84 liaac W. Averill, of Snlina. Apirl 3 Selah Wooi'inff, March 31 Otii Lets. March 4 Vaehtngton County Before A nlhony I. Blanch - era, tn avem, Aia Johntoo, of Whitv Creek, Apiil 17 John Potter. April 16 Abraham Carle, of Arrylr, and Francit Crock 11111. ' L A 7. Ilk er(Oi iTDiie irrri, nvm iv Timatti Utler. of Whit Creek. Mar I Cenutte county Before John U. Jones, Jltt Judge, tn Ieiceter. Gilet Bih .p, May 88 ' Sj lvaiiai Hamm - Dd, do rrdiicit iNourte, May 88 EliKk t mvell, ofBatiria, May SI Jnttph H ie, jr. April 80 Eliiah ?ioitii, of U - lhVi i, May 8 Friiui Smith, r'artsrtoma, April 16 Erie Stone. Mxv 8 William Hull. May 6 I .I'Jitolt Uarmun, April 17 Rdiier Wadtvrortb, of Sheldon, April 15 Simrn'Riniell, Mart h 84 Oliver Blaka, of Batnvia, April 8 Atwl Wooater, ol BtiTreo, March 27 0mtwga emsnrrr - sjel,re vammi wimo, jirsi b . . rt r a i r.t l IJlM ..UNMiniM Robert Badgley. of Orange, April SO Cht.net Peck, April 1 1 Jshet Comttock, of Gaiway, May 8 1 lututhy Knox, of VVa' - urd, April 6 Emaiiual Lyoo. of Still water, April 9 Tenr 6emt, May S Saitiwl Gleetoa, at Greenfield, April 30 tfBiijamie Hennet, at do. April JU Joria bi. Berry, ot numDerian April T7 MaatG Vaa dea Berth, of Watertord. Apnl l9 .. Cbiimumi county fore J. V. Xonell, Hudson! unei sdeimaa, apni u Jolia F. Sheielt, May 9 v James 8. Vta Valkenburgh, May 15 Itrael H Pugtley, Apnl 17 William re iofct. May 15 Eratiut W .' ubj, Bwy 7 ElijaiiBruwi , jr. do Heeekiab ttte - 1, Airii23 Wm.C. Smith. Auitl U Cheeutngotmm'if - UejoreOlaiiah German, Etf. mjiorirui. Antlin M. Teat.roevk. Jobo Bt ttit, of Baim ndge, April II Noye Wteeltr.jr. May 4 Jot Twitrheil. May 4 Oliver H. Pbel,, April 27 Anbar N. Dettne, do Johe Baker, ot It .uibririge, April 11 J oiejiti A.vertoo, April If Justut Bhattucii, April 17 Jinmina kibgnau., m Ureene, Apnl 7 Steuben count if - Beftre 77temai . i'Burney, firet Judge, in P"sntcd.Post, Reynolds Hill, Mar 4 OffUa county before Jfathan Williams. Jl'Ba Bunows, of Kou.e, May 4 liotM - rt Oruvet, Jr. of Furis, pnl 11 Before Mortis i. Muter. Jotiab W. Dagg, Juno 2 Je o H'.r - j, of Trenton, April 18 WeadeU Berry, of Wbitestowa, April lg I I Itrm ml Ri!ilirt'liur. March 88 being county Bifert KmitmexUTWhU, Ee. I TboaMG.Enaa, April Xi . . , Benjaaiw beara, Moetcaaery, April ti rWHWilHiuiii mn www m . . u.nr - m m. Ti.ra.riki'tr. Maatcoaery. Men 31 Jff - mmt Cemty.JBrfere W.UyFeei. Ja. iVaaclfOf lio - Diorki. April 83 ft. - al . mm e4t EbXavrBartholoi, of Ur??'' W Setb Waiaar, of Cbaavptnav y David Uuia,Mai 88 , i i . r.. nr it liana March so SckekmrU CewUjh Ve' bukwum, Lte 01 Marm. Henry F. Abay, BnA 18 8largw Sloan, ofCarhtle, flay 9. , iiiii wttrA. tJ JeJhnoa. April 4 Dutrfuee C0ww Bffmre Jama mott, Ere Jotui Robann, April 87 J.teph B. M 'Cord, May 88 PtBMtllikit,May 23 anraP. Keicham. Mar S3 Lodowick Hopkioe, ofRhlivkeck, and Jofc 8 lareny, or rotnkeetwe, Ai - ru i John Uei.dni, olHcditook, April 20 . Joseph 11. t - ooairif haai, May 1 Dcluu art Cmtntv, b - fort Isaac Ogden, Esq. lluorat flowliuid, Jr. May 3 . Rfvrcll Fork, April 4. byiTeattn 1'rettoo, of Roxbury, May 4 Levii Weed, April 4 Motet L i'tndeU, April 4 Ilcman Hawkins, of Franklin, April 4 H'mrrm County btfert Win, tiobanh. David Burton, April 87 Gria Whitman, ol Lurrut, April 2i John 8. bt. John, of dodo Atariah Ucobuld, May 30 Elaai Sperry.of Queenibury, April 18 , Andrew Howie do Henry G. Breeix - .ApriUS Jotepn Amei, of Queenibury, May 9 Ira Hnmt. - nl do. Ariril 18 Benjamtfi Uauuiiona, jr. April 18 Fratier t J arris Wy 16 J 'bnTVoioo, ol Warremburf, April 18 BHAiuel Crane, jr. April 3 - Wettk: f. Lake, of t better, Marcb 88 llerktsner County, before AaAon Smith. JohoEvtiof. May 2 Suffolk County before T.Streng, Esq Eliaa Terry. May 1 Jonaa Hawkuii, April IB Wa. Tyler, of Brookharrn, April 13 Sulktem County, before WMuunA. Thompson, Ksq. at Thempeen. Daniel ifiven, May S Jacob Vaa Loovan, May 8 Otto Wa. Vaa I'ayl, April 85 Gilbert Miller, of Nevertiitk, Apnl 15 Janet Gorton, April 8 Srntea County 'Before J Knox, Esq. at Junius Jeremiah Spicer, April 87 Mortal Uwft, April 6 r rankl - .n Vmtntii, before Alhon Man, Esq. Henry Baa - Icy, of fort Covington, April 18 Ontario Cuutiti, before Judgt JYUIiolat. Jl A. Crane, May 7. luaac Daviton, of 'ddt, April 7 Ptfere Jf. if. IlouelL, hst. al Cimandaigua, Fn d. rick SoiHiWe, ' Pitliford, April 88 Bwii.r.i Grimrolil, of Livonia, April 23 Johu ureene, April 27 J'iiah Vlorehnut', Mnrcb 83 f l.iiip fufi it. Mnn - h 27 . 4 '.... - i.. . r. u t... xf . r. - Sh .re Alien. (J Platttbur. April 30 ThuniKt M'Cr8edy,rjd J olio Wait, March 26 Layuga f.oinv, b,rrr Judge .niter. Abraham pi'ik. of V irtliuJ, April 84 Calvin t hajiin, Uo May 4 W I M. Itennet, May 9 JumbIi Huc'c. M..y II r,mnai i. imiiu, May si RichrrJ - i.iner. April 10 Air Situi - - iii, of Auroliut, April 85 Ch.iiie Kohiu'ou, ol' Scipio, April IS Thmiv.i vUftal.nn, ,l h. iji'O, April 9 Lrrtittrt Kwort, lar h w ;ortUmil County, before Judge Ketp. Sniufl InaaU, June 2 Hinry hirith, do limoiny Burr, ol rrewe, April zi John MI'ian. My 10 Jotihl. U ilcoxurrj May 18 Johu amith, Jun. of Virgil, April 8 Henry weaver, May 0 Rensselaer eiuntv, before Judge Masters. At L Caiwell, April 88 Willium Bar - tM, of Fittttown. April II St. Lawrence County, before Judge Ford. Reuel Taylor, May 'JO J rite Ptrettcr, of Koniie, April 11 SchtnerUtdy, before O. Cleveland. JMin ChuUwtck, April 20 Peter Kobblna, May 18 Olit Kcixht, May 12 Pe letinh Adanit, April 22 Petrr Robbini, Mty It Chntwnun Taber, April 15 Tutey County, before Judge Balur. Go. C. .Paine, May a Owl"i County before Judge Mooney. John Gillierl, April 18 Qttffif ' 'ounlu, before Carg Dunn. Jofpti Smith, rf Uero;.'itead, April it Broome Cuunlu, b'fart judge Brilliant. Jonathan Cdwardt, of Biiig hainpton, May 19 Ulster County, before judge f'lm - ndorf. Conrad Ln - Ftir, ol Wo - ditotk, Apl 21 LN CilANCEUV. IN CllMVCt..lY. ctateol Mew - York. IN pursuance of an arderof this honorable court, 1 bearioa: date the third day of Mnrcb. intt. wih be told at public auction, at the Ton'ine Coffee H. ue, in the city of New York, under the di - rectioii ol tne tuosenner at one oi uie marten ol tint court, on Tuesday the Stat dny of Man h imtaiit, at uo'rick aiooon All Uioie cert. in fivi - lots of ground (whf - reol AnOiooy Lespenaid oi' the city of New York, Eq the faihnrol Lt'.n rd UfMieranl, was aritea in lea simpM at Uie Iheeitate of the taid Amhoay, fell to th thare and portion n Uie taid Leonard,) situate lying; iiiiii. u, in. uii.h i .mi i i.mi .inw . ui, uinn hi and neing in um eighth warn, ol the city ol flew i nra. ano am anown ami nitiineaitnaa in a err nui vi vi.a. iui'm uw uh wi.l Ariinn , r , detwwd . L. ,,. 0,llus,rt .. . - . . . i i . . '.. ' . . three hur.rtrvd andt igbty two, three hundred and eighty four, three hundred and eight - thrtr. tnr e niinarea n:nl Utty teven, and three hundrrd and finy - f - igUt, and taken toeethcr are bnuiMied and n.nl a in at foil - wa, to wit, north westerly on Tbnmpton - at one hundred and thirty feet more or lew, tontheatterlv on lot number Uiree hun drerl and filly - tix, tixty feet more or lent, north easterly on lot number three hundred and eighty 0W) of u Mid Uenard l.eipenard, one handred ri mnmnriMt. n.i a.uthiiri. k i.nH .j - ik. ItHtdLeardlietiienartapiiri.priatedforihecoB' tinuation of Vefry street, oneliubdred Uet more or lets s and also all Unite four certain lots. Dtecet or parreli of ground, tiluate. lying, and lielJg it. the eighth ward of the city of New - York toe - inz van wi iim tana wnii n oa uivirina oi uie e - tate ol Anthony Li'penard, deceased, amon his heirs, by commmainoers appointed by the Mayor's cotirt ol thetaid city.wnt tet off to the said L.eonrd, and ari Known and dlMMguithcd on I aiapofthet.tid division made by the taid com miitionera by the numbers three hundred and eighty five, three hiindred and eighty til, four noonrea and twelve, roar nurtured ane tmnaen. and taken togther are bounded and contain a follows, to wit : toutbeatterty oa Tbompon street, tventy two feet : southerly oa a line, which it Vettry street were continued eastward ofbullivaa street, vrouM beaorOwrly tide tbere Af ai a l a m a ' - J i oiWRn. hna a&TMh In wilp. m hundred and hems fifty feet wide) and distant theretMm four hundred ind seventy five feet, one hundred feet ....fc.u, - ,.,u niuieniiont more or lets; and also all the ground lying between the taid four lott above described, and the ground of Miller and Baker, and hound - .d likewise hy the taid southeasterly and northwesterly b indariet wnittnever the same may cmtni.; IngftiK - e with the arpurtcnanc. He ted Vatr, 7 1818 ... JAMES A. HAMILTON, BhSlawSwdU - Master mChacery. 1 is roA.irr.liT. ' f If portuanca of a decretal order othia boaora i ble court, wiU be told at public aactioav at the Tontiae Colt Hotrae, la U city of Mew - fork, a nder tlx dirrcKoa of the MtMcritier,oie of the matiart of UJn coart, oa Taoaday , the "(h day of March faat. at twelve o'clock in the fore - id ItiKl tlmw. all thnt rmrtmim ni.r or DarCCl oflaod, aitaata at Graeowich, in the Btb ward of um mtua ciit new - lorai ockiiuiiiik w wrtt aida of Green wicb - ttreet, fort or foet Uo incbet, aortherly, from the comer foraned by the ntMiM'iiaa rtt HmMkmotmd sad Greenwricfa - ltrreta; tbaaca veaterly oa a right angle with Greenwich - tUeet about aif hty five leet, he the ama auore or teat, aaut u atriaet a line oi lony - oiree icci, tna rear orute taia grouoa ueoce Bonnwwi - ly awblrt rtnket a corner ahoul twenty teven (met til iarhea. be the tame more or leet I thence eatterry twenty foor feet, Ibtnca aortbweiteriy thirtw (Km. &Mt .tv inriiM i thence eaeterlv afty three feet ; thence again eatterly thirty two tVt (oar inchee, to Green wicb - ttreet i theoce tooth - ily,alooK UroeawicD - aweei, teveaiy three iuchea, to the place of beginning. 1 ogeth - er with all aad aioguiar, we euincaa, oui6'i righta, aumbert. bereditomentt and appurtenaB - cet thereanto befoonng or appertaining. On the above Dropertv are erected two tubs taotial frame tioutet, ach about twenty Ave feet front ami rear, and thirty two feet deep, and ako a work - nop. Dated .ew - Yo.k, March 8. 1818. U. v so i eij vim , Matter in Chancery. W. 8. A map or sketch of the above may be teen by applying at my office, So. 1 ttaataa - itreeL mh S lawSwdlw . MEDICAL SCIENCE LOTTERY Mo. 5. ' 8 C U fc M l of of of of of of of of of 100,000 5100,000 60,000 80,000 ' 10,000 6,000 4,000 45,000 6,200 160,800 ou,uw 80,000 10,000 6,000 8,000 1,000 100 430 5 464 Priiet 10,536 filanlu 16,000 Ticketa at S5 each, 400,000 Lett than two blanks to a prise. Will draw five hundred numbers each day un til completed. Part of the above priies to bo determined as follows. The first drawn number Iron the tint to the fifteeoth day iociutive shall be entitled to $1,000 each. The first drawn three thousand blanks to be en titled to $30 each THE FIRST OKAW VIM Eft OS THE 16th day $2,000 7th day 1.000 18th day ...... . 1,000 )9th day . . . . . . I.OOU 2tith dy . . . . . . 50,000 1st day . . . . . . 1,000 (d day 1,000 2JI day 1.000 tJtti day 8,000 Ijtn day 1UU.000 I he drawing to commence on the first 'I urn - day in Auitutt next. Tickets lor tale by the mnoagen until the 18th April. All the tickets reniaiuing in tneir nanas win tie tnia at auction, according to law, at the l:nion Hotel, in the city of Mew - York, on the 27th April next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon. SAML. L. MITCHILL, S HAAC DENNISTO.V, J M038 KENT Vf JKRF.MIAH JOHNSON (9 JOHN M'LEAN, )? mh l9eodlm Bg authority of the uatts of ji twjersey and. JVew - l'ort. ' pilE MILFORD At OWEGO ROAD LOT - X TERY, for lacilitatiaa tlie intercourta be tween the wettcrn parts of 0m State ol Ntw - oral ano tne v ity oi new - iork, tbrougn the a... - . II i a . suci oi reniisyivania an i uewMertey. dv. 1 1 r.;n r.. 1 itrise of 70,0ik DOLLARS 1 35,000 DOLLARS S 10,000 DOLLARS t S,X0 DOLLARS 10 1,000 DOLLARS 30 600 DO. LARS 140 100 DOLLARS 3800 30 DOLLARS 3J86 Priaet not two Blanks to a Prise 10,000 Tickets Part oi (be Frizes wi II be determined as follows First 1000 Blanks, Thirty Dollars each. First drawn No. 1st day, will be entitled to do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do da do do Sd 3d 4th 5th 6th 7th Hth 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 140) 15th 16th 17th 18th 19th do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do 500 1000 500 5000 500 10000 500 10D0 64 A) 35000 500 1000 500 "0000 501) 1000 500 10110 do SOth do 500 This Lottery will commence drawlnar at the city ol Jersey, on lite tint Tuesday in May next . . - . .S7 and will be completed in twenty drawing!. The prizes will he paid at the Union Bank, In the ci ty of New York, sixty days after the drawine will be fioithed, subject to a deduction of 15 per cent. CHAS. KINSEY, ) 1) STUART, IComtBiMioaeri J NO. LINN. S Tickett 30 dollars each. Adventurers and Dealers can he supplied on application to ISAAU U. OUOEN, Jan ZU eodtl 411 W all - ttreet SELECT BOARDING SCHOOL. T HEKK are at present five vacancies in the Kevd. WILLIAM POWELL'S School, in ronipttiuntn, vonkert, wett - thetter fJounty His system of education is tuch as to enable him to qualify young gentlemen for College or ine (counting iioute witnin a reatonaiiie tim. Hit trhool it select, Uie. number of Pupilf limited, and the treatment of the mott libernl kind. The following brioches of useful and polite li luraiure are taujni, viz : Hiitorr. Latin. French, f'glirh Grammar, Composition, Writing, Arithmetic. ueograpny, Mathematics, tc. It i presqrard thnt few Inttitutiont of the kind can offer greater advantage, whether they regard insliuction in general literature, in moral and religious principles, or in correct and gentlemanly deportment. The Fartonage in which the ruptls are accommodated, is commodious, reti red and pleasantly situated. Its distance from New York it about seventeen mile ; to which there it alwayi a direct and esty romiauaica uon. roriurtofT particulars application may inau" vo Bishop Hobart T. S. Clark son. Esq Dr. Wilroo, Columbia ' M'Etera, tltq. College. C. D Coidea, Esq. T, A Kmmet, Esq. ml, 19 Wm. Bayard, jun. Etq A. Bcnemierhorn, r.tq D2mlt lYl U u J . . A very profit a tie FA Rf. of 1 10 acrrt, lo iiiira under cunivaaoa, the residue wood land, tituate rn tlie sea shore, a quarter of a mile betnw tite narrows, on tne ft nun island side and a short nde from the iteatn boat ferry Inaduut It gives a very exlentiveview oi the bay aad environs of New - York, within the Nairows, aad of Sandy Hook aad the ocean For proH.ct it eqwuKn i'j nunc, i ne line is unqiietiiorinie. I wo thirds ol the purchase mosey eaay remain secured upon the land. Apply to A. V. U. Foua lam oa tne premises, cr v W. A. SEELY. 143 Greenwich - street. TO LET, a tuaveiiii.t nw 8 story boose, adjnioirg Um above, with a garden and about as acre ot land, i or terms apply as above. mbSeodtf 1 prize S 45 62 5,360 iTEAMBOA T MOTICE. trr ROOROACIL Ur of the Paragon, inform Ike public, that be arrived , . I ,1 ril :l . ibk afternoon at 5. . ' Ho will leave Ncwburgb at 5, P. M. oa 8a - ....).. , ds ft. York at 5. F. M. on .Monday ; do from wherever reaches at 5, P. M. Tbura - .iv. - m Uia retoni oatsase. - TTT J lit naOTWBg mp;r win ytmmm fuoi notice. - "in KWBvkoh ni cAa AaiiAioa a as au. itaos TURK T1H A WKXJC. ItAVtb INewhvrgueve - Jk re bundav. Tuesday, 5iCvf land Thursday morninpt, at ilootgomtry, Bloomingbargh, Mooticello, by VTBIIC IUmtl, wrucviwii KIVWI . IBMWII, Bead. Chenango Point, Owega, Itbica, and G While bake, sofnecton, .nouni rieaaani, urm set a, toCanandiiigaa. Ketuming - 4ea''t Canandaigtu every Monday. Wednesday and Friday mornings at three o'clock, and arrives at Newburgl., the tl ird day in time to take the Steam - bouts which arrive in New - Yoik the following morning rrT It mag be expected that at all linus yrheii the steam boats alter their days cf runntng, thai this line lew alter so eite meet them The whole route will be perfumed in three days, from the firtt of May, until the first of November ana from the tint or November until the fifteenth of December, and from tlie fifteenth of March utvil the firat of .May, in four dava and from the 15th Lit cemher. tin. til the fifteenth of March the tame line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from tl.ence to Cauaridaigua in four days. . Passenger travelling from New - York to Canaiidaigua. Niagara or Buffalo, can leae N York in the evening ateam - boata, and arrive in Canandaigiia in three day a distance of three hundred mih a. The line u well furnished with rood, new carriaret t rood horsed, and careful and experienced driver Every attention wiU be paid to render the pataageof the traveller safe, easy and expeditious and it i believed that the accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the state. QJ' FAKE from NewDurgH touananuaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. B. A branch of the tame line run three timet a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line runs from Owego Tioga l'oint, thence through Newtown and Painted Pott, to Bath, SC. BAGGAGE, at usual, at the risk of the owru rt. David Godfrey. Bloomiogburgh, . C. bt. John, Mount Pleasant, L. i R Manning, Chenango, Luther Gere, lUnca, Samuel G recall fT, Geneva, Oliver Phelpt, Lancing, Proprietors. mn 14 uom NOR I H RIVER til'EAM BOATS. The public it retpect - fully informed that the Para gon will leave mw - xork, lion Monday next, the 16U. Wano, hi 9 o'clock, A M. mh II PO COMMENCE RUNNING ON MONDAY. S' team - boat A. I Olive - branch, for lhii.FrL 1 delphia, via y l Blilat by laud. Frica througu $4 60. Fusw - castltordeck I awengert, $3 50. Tba Ol.l Vfc - bRAiMUIl will leave IN ew - York every day at 1 1 o'clock, from the north 'ide of the Battery, and to return from Bruntwick so at to am v at 1 0 lb next morning, in Urn city . Tint Una bat a c onnection with the belt bouts on Uie Delaware and Cherapeak to Norfolk i at aho those of the North Rivar and sound i and Uteir several arrivals are calculated to cause little, if any delay. I bis is a speedy and certainly the mott con venient rout, as Uie paatengen sleep at Trtnlon or Ilruntwick, and arrive at a much less expense and iu the hours of basinets at New - York or Philadelphia without fatigue in travelling or tb want of sleep, as the distance by land is to mall whereas via the Foul and l'owlat Hook it i 56 and R6 miles. Fore - cattle paatangert, (who diet with the peo pie,) to Bruntwick, or Amboy, at $1 each. Light freight and marketing, free. JNew - York. march If. 1818. mti 1Z Til, ..UUJfU HTKAM HOA TLlJfE. Ihe proprietors, with a view of accommodating the public, by extending the line ito Norwich, intend makirnc tlie experiment with the Fulton, Cnpt. Law, and tiiis route (if found practicable) will ne coatiuued during the teamo. I lie lute will in future be irom New York to Norwich, at follows : The Connecticut, Cnpt. Hunker, will leave New - York every Mendau. Wednesday and Friday, at 8 o'clock, in Ov - morain, lor New - Haven. Ine rultna, Capt Law, will leave JS munch at 0 o'clock in the morning of Uie tame day s, touch :.t JYew - LoneUm and depart from thence for Jv eta - Haven at H o'clock. I he boats will meet at JVci tlaren, aud depart Irom thence everv Mondau. Wednes day and Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening the C'mnecticut for .Yn Fore, and the Fulton for .Ync - lAndan sod JvwimcA. mh 17 IJOXIANA, or Uie art of pugilism, taught and JsJ displayed scientific ally ,40 Uie gentlemen of 1 e w - 1 ork, in the back room ol the Union - Hotel, o. oil Williani - ttreet, by George Benson, etq late of Drury - Lane theatre, Loudon. Gentle men wishing to learn that much admired art of self defence, can have the pleasure ef knowing toe terms, wnicn are moderate, by applying as above. Hours ol attendance and tuition, from 10 o'clock, A. M. toS P. M.j from half past 3 till 6; and from 7 till 9. mh If lwt rOft HALF.. r I HI E CI RC U L ATI N G LI B R A R Y, 1 38 Ful - J. ton - ttreet, near Broadwxr, romutinr of an extensive and cnoire collection or history, tra vers, voyages, biography, roa ances, novels, laiei, ptays, reviews, magazines, sc. Catalogue' may he examined at the library, which is upcB for subscribers, at usual. nd4t PRIVATE LODGIGS. - A single gontle man cut be accommodated, wi.h one 01 two rooms, after the first of May next, with or without board, the rooms furnwhed or not, in a genteel and small family, the house it neat and pleasant, and in a healthy part of the city, about ten minutes walk from Wall - street For further information inuuiie at no. 126 Broadway. feb 23 7 the L'tisento AVte - FerK. ZERAH HAW LEY Physician and Dentil, woold inform the inhabitants of New York, Ui.t I has taken an office at ,Vo. 391 Pearl. street, where lie will extract, clean, ,! and set e eetn ia ine moai approved oi.umer. Me wio alto pre rent any irregularity of the secondary teeth, if p4klioa it made to bim in season. He flatters himself, irom the experience be hns had ia bis profession, that he shall be able to give general saaiacuon. For character theDohNc are referred to Mr. Geo. P ciiiprunn, asrrchant, No. 63 Soath - street, and Doctor A. Ives, No. 238 Pearl street. Whom it Btey cswrena. (r This certifies, that Lr Zerah Hawiry is rrgular bred physician, and in good standing with his krethrra in this plate ; that be has paid nartiratar atteauoa to the art of Dentirtry, bat studied the best European work oa the subject, and has give very gov! tatitlctioo in thit branch to bis custom rt, who are puisnes of the il rraptx Ulniiiy in this city. We therefore, with eniim coafiuWe, recommend Dr. Hawley to Uie ciuti as of Ne w York, 11a d. ntiit. nca lirwoa I Hi Ives i N ithaa South J 1; atbui Kaight Pmfi 11 iJ'th. Vrli - ul In.l.li.Cnn ..V.l. fV.1. i.. - - . - - w. ... w ....uvvVH , r - w - New - Haven, Jan. 22,1818. lege. Bih33r 1 i SPRIAG - STRFir JVOTICE. . ttTOTICK it hereby given to a I perton !n - teretted. that tlie Comm ttionert of Ea - timateaml Assessment, appointed by the Supreme Court of Judicature of the ttatc of Ve. York, to perform certain duuea relative to tne enlareinrof finrinir - atreet, between Tliompaon - atreet and Wootter - ttreet, in the eight ward oftheaaid cilv, have con plrted their estimate and aateaament, at well of the iou and iliuimge sustained over and above the benefit and advantage icceived by the owner of the lands and pi em urea required for the said enlartfing and improving Springtreet as aforesakl, as also of the benefit ami advantage received by the owners and par. tea interested of and in certain lands and premises not required for said improvement And that we Um said Commis - tionera have deposited a true copy of such es timate and assessn - eiit in tlie Cleiks office of the city of New - York for the inspection of uvliomsoever it may concern and notice y hereby further given, that the repoit ol estimate and assessment wilt be presented to the Supreme Court of Judicature, of the state ot New - York, at the City - Hall of thecilyofNew York, on Monday the fourth day of May next, at the opening of the said Court on that day, or at goon thereafter as counsel can be 'heard thereon. Dated New - York, March 3, 1818. PETKR HA WES, ) PETER 8'J'AGG, V Commistionert JOHN TAKGEE. S mh4 Mt NOTICE. A BOUT the 14th of December ItiL a peron A with a lot of Carpenter't Tools and a Skin uuat, was apprtneuaeu ai ine twnr t - itft - Dock, which lie was offering for tale. From the roaiettiouof Uie man little or no doubt reuiuii.t that Ue tools and skiff were stolen property. This is to give notice that the owner or owners of said property can have it again by applying to ICHA BOD CARMAN, at said dock, by proving the same and paying charges. And if no person appears in a reasonable , time, they will be sold u tl.e law direi ts. Newark, Dec. 29, 1817. mh lISw FUU SALE, CsniT A bouse of two stories, with piazza in frnut,'.in Kood repair ; cootainiuz about thirty four acres, situate on T'brogi Neck, and near to the farm ol Ahuab rlammoud the land being highly improved, and containing a great variety of the best cherries, apples, pears and peat lier, in areat abundance and in full bearing the ad joining waters affording ample supplies of fish, alien ano scale, wnicn ai a smaii exproce may be led from a creek to the upland, and detained in a pond lor daily use a mackerel and bast fishery being also attached thereto, and where at one draught of a small seine have been taken mackerel which told the next dav for one hun dred and twenty dollars in point of proipect, health and profit this tite is no where excei ded alliance irom new - x ora anoui lounetn miles. Also, lour lots of land near tb) above two lying on the Sound, containing forty live acres, and bounded on two sides with waters land ol an excellent quality, with an orchard of four hundred apple trees, including the best sorts for table uie : nod for cyder, the Vireiniau crab. Eng lish bugloe crab, white tty re, coccagee, fox wbeTp . i . .... ri . .i . .i .. ana Willie tour, wnu eigmy caerrj trees me black tartarian recommended by Forty th being one. In Trout or these lots are taken baas, black fish, perch, mullett, king - fish, plaice, soles, mackerel, porgy, pike, smelt, whiting, eels, and occasionally sheepshead and shad, with weak - nth and mannadden to vast abundance ; oeos oi oysters, superior in quality to any marketed in Uie city, lie very near tlieir tbores, with crabs and claim, whilst the adjoining bay and creeks iu the winter season abound la black ducks and broad Dim, and some timet are teen the canvass back and ' wild treese the land affording woodcock, quail and snipe. The situation cannot fail to please in every retpect ; and Uie land may al way t be kept a nigh order, at a inning expense ry seoge anu salt meadows attached thereto, and sea wee (Thriven on its shores. Also, two other lots, one containing tea and the other fifteen acres. These Ion command au ex - teneiva view of land and water; are altogether suitable for small rural ret' eats; toil ot the best quality ; and contain about one hundred and fitly cherry trees, belt to rtt, and four hundred apple trees, most approved for table and cyder, all iu full bearing, and to eacb of the lots will be at tached five acres of salt meadow if wanted. Alto a lot, cootAiniog fifty three acret; about eight in wood. Thit lot it about fourteea cailet from the city, and one row the cnurcii ot ine town oi Weitr better. II the above property it not disposed of before Wednesday, the first of A - prd next, the same on that day will he told at public auction, at the Tontine Cofiee House, at twelve o'clock, m accommodating ternii, as to payments, in both cane. For further inf rrua - ti, a; ply to FREDERICK DE FEYSTER, Lsq. Ho. 24 broad - stre. t, or near the pi earner, to the subscriber. lebJMtApl fHll. IP I. LIVING8TON. FIRE PROOF T - jR. To let and possession first of May next, the four story fireproof store, No. 34 South - aL between Coeotiei and Old slips. Enquire of the subscriber, No. 1 Murray, or 45 Chamber - street. len v 11 s. u ivtiAiii. JUi.F - FA'i BLOOMUfUOALE, The house and grounds belonging to tlie estate of J nhn bha w , siluatul on the eiitath ave nue. On the prcmires are an exrellen: double house, stable, coach and ice houw, with every thing else requisite for tuch an establishment. 11 is presumed any other description is un;ieceita - rj, at loose inciiueo 10 rem wui view ine piai e Also, Uie kirge fire proof store in the rear 01 booses 1 1 and 13 Pearl - street ; where there is foi sale some old VI ad era Wine, by ihe Demijohn. For further particulars, ai ply to . ANN M. SHAW, Jan 89 1 1 Pearl - street. tOR HALE OR TO LEA HE, 1 Liouin tne i. e, 0, and iu warns; many ol Mbicb are 00 regulkted and paved streets. No money will be required under ten years, if told, interest excepted. HOUSES. Several two and three story houses, on which a great part of Uie money remain on mortgage. LANDING AT RED HOOhT Ao etc el 1ml stand for busmet, with ten acres of land, pleasantly situated, with a wharf, storehouse arid barn. COTTON and WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Ner New - Haven, with 40 acres of land, and a never railing str. am. upon which 20 mills may be erected, with a sumciency of water for each. Applyat No. 2 G reenwich street jan 13 tf a - TO LhT, The store No. 20 Wall - street. Apply at the store. feb 19 tf Transportation to Pittsburgh, tfutnigh the elate of jVcio - iork. fiiHE subscriber, who bas been engaged for JL several ye.tr in forwarding merchandize to dtttereni parts or the United States, o tiers hit tei vicei to the merchants and trader of tlie western states and territories, as agent to transport Dronertv of everv deerintion from the ciry of New York to Pittsburgh, in the state of I'ennsylvaitia. Goods shipped at New - York, onboard "the wkstibm Liacof sloop for Albany, can be delivered ai Pittsburgh, it it believed, in as short a time, as by any other route yet discovered ; the price of transporta - tio.i for the whole distance never exceeding six dollars per cwt Proper c - re has been taken to select gentlemen of respectability as agents on the several routes communicating with the Allegany riverj and where extraordinary ex ertion are required, a confidential person inocougniy acquainted with the country, will aceompa,y the goods. All communications on this subject, post paid, w ill receive the earliest attention of tlie subscriber, who for approved security w.ll give a credit of six months on a Urge proportion of the account. CHMtlJCS SMYTH. Albany, state of New - York, 2d February, 1010. Reference to Mrs Satte lees It Co. and Mest, - . I. Hyer.and H. Rankin, New - York, feb 7 2aw A auitamia; ptihe kaoiv be to &,., 1 t - ween thitgt that d Jer. 6" DOCT'OK HOltNE ,. '"t ri ui. - ujir oi uie licuity rj.vT. nod turcerv there. A... . r T if to repeat some oriset - , tlie abuse cf MERCURY J rath. iruiiirriiMins.fo .j . A live of infinite .marker ' n. sands are annnallv n..n i.n!;....i ' . : . Jwi. rnce. The disease' w. have u, view owe,' UI results chiefly to tiiiisource. W bt f1" tht a young man, the hopes of hi. courtry l the darling of hu parents, thculd he tu "txtt way from all tl prospect, and enjojuUofliV by the conseriueutes cf one ungaanled mLV bU and b, a disease not in iu which only proves so from neglect ne ii treatment." A e. - AtlemarVI rt.iTt tient) now . tier.Vtiy heary and twII." under physicians of gtneij practice. arT. and repeatedly salivat, d ; when rwxWL & Dr, u.ioy a goniicman of this city) taiJZ.. e carious, and his ficsh dronr.in f... .V0" were Lis friends declared be could not rw. .l'.10"1 : t wo months longer. Thousands Viiiern,,.?',! know with what ease and satety Dr. H cates the severest caws, and confirms the crLur tution. The Doctor's plan fadvrtit.v!c?a,u - cewary to guard Uie public againtt theiJL0 Persons, therefore, having contracted a vate disorder, or suspecting latent powi admonished not to tamper with their coel,. Uon; or conceal the disorder, till rrt trlcn, ry 1 others having the remains of n u or other impurities of the blood, as well m oS er complaints of a delicate nature, m eirh tv. should miwnihiuit.nh. ..V . . luir to their consciences, by makiner annhv.. - to Dr. H. at hi. okl ind re.t & lishment, No.o4Water - ttreet, fow hou of Old - sfip, to obtain that prompt aniitinreV. lone cakulated fX prevent di - close re. A ad L? let me claim your serious a ttenUon Rememh a iurficial cure is no cure at all ; anless the bZ siness is radically done, you will certaial, u the ditorder break out again with redouhiid ma hgnity. at some luture period perfiaps Ojcu will he too late for remedy. Don't you often meet hi the steets miserable, mutilated beinits. withnli even a bit ofnoseon their face.' Take wuZS 1 oeseecn you. ur. tl's. character for skin and ttubbora inta. practice for years past, exclusive) v to tit furmevi diseases of the brood system, Uiey may safely caU culate on the mott decided advantages it 1 coj. iUfilJ, bJ a l(s GleeU eradicated in two or three weekv - Strictures removed vnUiout txuniMMM, er instrument ; and all debilities : likewise a!' old ulcerations, fittula's be. ' A plurality of orlicea are prorided, and 10 tit. Hied that patients are not exposed toeach other! observation. Open till half past 9 in the evetiiac All persons concerned are invited to h rJrl calling, and speaking wiUi Dr.H. which fa tree 01 cost. Ano nere ine uoctor cannot avoid th expression of gratitude for innuuierahi Mntm - oirhdations, and for the decided preference fit is presumed with just cause! Ion? tudicioui puhlic. " kt tn 'til I . Ml . . Kt. ss. aii lenersmtuioe post paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 87 U - In Uie matter of Benjamin Uermond and others. vs. For tale ataocboa. James Sullivan, an ab - l scoodina: debtor. i rHPHE uiidersiened havinr been appointed trus. J. tees for all the creditors of James Sullivan, late of the city ol New - York, butcher, an an - scooding debtor, will, in virtue or the act ia such case made and provided, ou the 86th day of viarcn, insiani, at one o'clock, in the alternooa , of that day, at the Tontine Coffee Uoute, fn tb city or Sew - York, sell at public vendue, all the right, title and interest of Uie sard James 8ulli an, in those Uiree certain bouses and lot of gmuna at present known and diatinguithed by lots No - thirty seven, thirty nine and lorty teven Mother ey - street, in Uie city of New - York aforesaid, be iog each twenty five feet in width froat and rear, and one hundred leet in depth, as Uie same wen sometime since owned and piMsexed by Janet Sullivan, ol the taid city, deceased. The said lots of ground hating been seised by the8henf of the city and county of New - York, in virtteef ao attachment issued againtt the ettate of tb s foresaid absconding deUor. Dated Marcb II tb, 18 I I. AMAZIAI1 WRIGHT, t JOHN C. HAMILTON, - CHARLES OSBORN. mh tleodtds IO IHE i t BUC. rpHE subscribers are ready to contract to far. I nish almost any quantity of Marble, from their quarry at Kir.gstiridge. The marble is similar in colour and sutenr in quality to that of which the front of the City Hall is constructed. It tan be got out to almost any size and dimensions, .uitahle for every part of building, sad would he delivered in the rough, or prepared for Uie building, according to order, at a moderate rate and at a short notice. All orders may be lodged at 1 At C. BOLTON'S offi. e, No. 58 Broadway, or at Mr. GIDEON TUC KER'S, No. 4 White - street, or at the quarry, with Mr, GEORGE W. HALL. mh 12 3tawtm FIANO FORTES. RMEETZ. 10 Maiden - lane, has just ree'd per ship Washington, from London, an assortment of piano - fortes, front the manufactory of Astor ; among which are very elegant cabinet pianos, with harp pedals, of superior workmanship, well worthy the attention of those who wish to supply themselves with a good instrument. ' Also for sale, puno - fortes, of Tompkinsorrs and Broad wood's make London, and Eirard's Paris, together with harps, and an assortment of the newest music. mb 13 dlw&eod3w EDUCATION. M' RS. DAWSON lately from the Etttem Continent retpectiully informs the piblic. that she has opened a School in Cherry street, . No. 9H. where voune Ladies will he carefully in - , structed by herself and daughters, in writing,; arithmetic, drawing, insiory, geography, use 01 the globes, and needle work ia all yarieties. ' Mrs. D. bees leave to observe that her system of teaching (lortued from her own experieare) greaUy facilitates the improvement of youth with ease and pleasure to themselves, and saves a ia credibic poruoa 01 ineir tune, wnca employe the usual way. Great attention will be paid to En tush Grammar, Heading and rronunciauo. xv. o. w minx ana 1 'rawing lq a superior ma, aer by Miss Dawson. mh 11 3w A DISQUISITION on imprisonment lor debt as Uie practice exists in the state of N : York, by Howard, price 37 l - S vents. . Discourses chiefly oa devotional subjects, tf the late Revd. Newcomh Cappe, with memoiis of his life, price two dollars. Memoir or the hfe of David Garrfck, e.q - with rhanrl. r anH anarrfnt, nf him Theatrical contemporaries,by Tbomu Darierfirfw $8 60, for sale at No. 3 Wall street, by mh 13 u. wil. r.i w LOG WOOD. 40 tons C a peachy Lngwooo, , landing at pier io. 10, from brig Recover, and for tale by 88 Soeth - Vreet run 3 NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the estate of RJ Hubbard, esquire, late sheriff of tb W and county - of New - York, e sheriff, f F quested to make paiant to James L. ecu, ejqnire, present sheriff of the city and county New - York, on or before the fir - t day of May next or after that period the bolt remaining , paid will be put in tuit CATHERINE HUBBARD, Feb II SawtlMay Administratrix. .NEW - YORK : PR1.YTED AtfD PUBLISHED MICHAEL BCRKHAM k CO. No. 45 Pisn - rrmkKT HP1 ..J ucnf, uuiiaiij mouwn jb inn city, sines 1804, guarantee to patients that delicacy aad s. crccy hitherto unknown, and havinar rrHjin.ii l:.