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,.1N OtiANCERyi. N CHANCERY. ' ( in fmrmioce ofui eftlerof this honorable court, I rfafe tli third day of March, infl will , otd at public aee ina, at lb Tontine Coffee llnnia. in ih CltV of NeW - Yefk. - nder the di - v section of lit wbtcriber at ooe of the matter of 7 this coort, on Tuesday me 3 lit ay ot ojarcn, instant, at 12 o'clock at oooo All llioee certain : lou of ground fwLereot Anthony Uatptaard, ' f the city tf New York, Esq. tlie fother of Le. - ta - " . bid Lefpeimrd, VM sied iti ice limple at like time of hit deviate, and which upon' a division ol " tbt - tttai ol ttie said Aathony, fell to tli share ' oiid portion of the said Leooard,) situate lying and being in the eighth ward, or ihccity or jew - V York, aud an known and distinguished iaa cr - . taiaiuaporchart mad of Uie estate of the (aid Anthony l - etpenanl, deceased, by ioU number . ' three hundred and cigbty two, three hundred and eight fur, three hundieU aol eigtity - tnree, - thrve bandied and Cftv - feven. and three hundred and fiity - eigbt, ar,d taken togelher are bounded and contniu ai fcllrw, to wit, north westerly on . Thompson ft. one hundred end thirty feet more or let, outhesterl oa kit number three hundred and fifty - six, sixty feet more or let north . eatterly na let ouuioer tnree nuoureu ana 'V"' ,' oae of the uid leonard Letpenard, one hundred " fret more or les, and southwesterly bv land of the aid Leooard Letpenard appropriah d for thecoo - tinuattonof Vestry ttreet, one hundred feet more or lest taadaJeo ail thoie four c - rtain Mi, piece . i or parcel of ground, liluate, Ij ing, and btiifl in i Weight ward of tb city of New - York; be - , ing part of the land which on a divuioa of the ei - . tale of Anthony Li'prnard, deceased, amooe hi - heirs, by ComtBhwiuner appointed by the Mayor! court of the iaid city, wai let oft to U laid - , Leonard, and are known and distinguished on a map of the laid diviiion madu by the laid com - ' ' misiinnen h the number three hundred and ' eighty five, Ihrve hundred and eighty six, four Hundred ana twelve, tour nnnurea anq. tnirteca. - and taken together are bcnuded and contain follows, town : southeasterly on innmpsoa ttreet. erventv two feet 1 toutlierly on a line, which if Vettry tlrett were continued eattward . or eullivan itreer, would ne norweri y tiae tner. qfj northwesterly by ground of Alexander L. Stewart, and Sarah bit wife, one bundled and . eighteen feet ! and northeasterly by one to w trnwn nnrHlltl kith Browne - Street. fBroome - tt , beinj fill feet wido) and diotant therefrom four hundred andterenty fire feet, one hundred leet being of the sid dimensions more or let ; and alto all the ground lying between the said four loti above deicribed, and the ground of Miller . Md natter, ana Dounaea iinewne dj ' - noatheaiierlv and northweiterly boundarie wbataoever the tame may eontai ; together with , v the appurtenance. Mated mairn i, ibio. tt j , JAME8 A. HAMILTON, inn 9 lawSwdf Muter in Chancery. - ; is chanclay. . r f N nit mu Arte nf rfc retal order of (hit booora ' 1 hie court, will be told at public auction, at t the 1 jouiKi ;on - e Houie, in ttie cuy oi new - ( York, umlt - rthii direction of tho iuhtcriher, one of the matter of liih court, on Tuetday, the J4lh 1 day of .March intt at twelve o'cloi k in tne lore - . moi nf lhl rfnv. nil Hmt crrtnill niece Or Darcrl of land, tituafu atGreenwii h, in the 8th ward of - "wmtttitanr t;nenwich - ttreet. forlr four feet tea iirbe, nortlierly, from the corner formed by the intenectioool llatonjonrianaureenwicn - iureui tiieace wctlerly on a right angle with Greenwich - ' itreet about eighty live feet, he the tame more or let, until it ttriket a line of forty - three feel, in ' tb rear of the iaid ground 1 (bene oorthwetter - It until it ttriket a vomer akout twenty leven ' leet tix incliet, be the tame more or If ti ; thence eatterly twenty four feet, thence north wetterly thirty tlirue feet tix tnchet ; thence eatterly fifty Ihrei feet thf nee again eatterly thirty two feet fbitr inchei, to Crerawk'h - itreet tlieuce south - trly, along Gremwicb - ttreet, teveiity fivo (ctt three inchei, to lite place of beginning. Togeth - , er with all and ingu!ur, the I'dilicei, buildint, , right, meuiberi, bcreditamentt and appurtenan - ,Cet Uiereunlo belonging ornrpertaimng. On the above property are ere' till lo tubttantial frrme bouei,each about tweidy Ave feet iiuot and rear, and thirty two feet d. ej, and alto a work - thop, IJattd - Netr - Yo.k, March I, 1818. H. WESTKHVeXT, Matter in Chancery. ' If. B. A map or tkelrh of the above may be jeen by applying at my ouine, no. i nana treet. mhSlawxwdlw : .Y CHAXCkHY. I Stalt of fftv - ' ork, it. TS Durm&nce of a decretal order of tbi honora 1 lie court,' will be told at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee Uoute, in the city of Mew - York, nnder the directi m of the tubtcriber, at on of the matter of thit court, on Tbundny, the twenty third day of April next, at twelve unlock at noun, all thoie certain trartt. piece or par cell of land, situated, lying aed being in the town oi roughkeeptie, in in county oi uuicnett, wkich in an indenture of mortiace, executed by John B. iav to Robert Kearney, bearing date on the twi ntieth day of January, in the year one thoutand fcizht hundred and teventeen, ar d - tcribed, in the word following, to wit : " all that tenance thereunto belonging, lituate, lying and heme in the town and county aforecvld. Be - finning at the northeatt corner of the land of leading frura ilackimack to the court huute, theme atonjt the land or t.iid Matthiat Cooke, touth tevcntv fire decree eatt, twelve chaint , sixty e ietit hnkit to the nurthentt corner of the aid land of Cooke, where a itoue i placed in the earth, on which it engraven the figure four ; thit ttone joini the land or Uie iaid i.utner ami John b Oar t thence aloni their lurid north fif teen degree et.' light chaiu tixtren linkt; thence along their land north lorly nx decreet Wett, five ciiaim thirty tix liukt, to a traaJl bep or itoo.f ; and thence along their land norm six 'degree wett, one chain tixty two linkt, to the outheatt corner or tne land or uamt I iievaux ; thence alons the land ol iaid Revaux north eish . ty eight degree! wett, twelve chaint uxly tix links, to tiie eait lidc of the road aforetaid ; and inence along the eait tide or the aioretuid road, south eleven decreet fiileen miuutet eatt. (en chain thirty four liukt, to the place of becinniuer containing tix I ten acrci and three perches of and. Alto, all that certain tract, piece or par eel of land, lituate, lying and being i;i the town of fougnkoepiie, and it a partoi tne larm lonueriy belonging to Job aunit Swart woul.decented.begin nin: at a large ttone on the old Filkintown road. . kna rum from thence along the land oi the alore - aid Jobn B. Gav, norlh Twelve degree fifteen miaatet eait, ten chaint seventy two links, to a . white - oak ttump; thence north nx degreetjeatt, two chain! tixty on hnkt, to a iwaniD wluto oak i - tpiing ; thence north twenty five degreet aiUtix chain seventy tix linkt : thence north twenty three degnret audteu minute eatt, tix chain ; thence north thirty one degree forty fiv koinutei eatt, four chaini tiience north forty one deree forty five minute east, one cbain and ninety link t thence east one chain and eighty ee luik ; thence north thirty five degree and fifteen minute east, tix chain eight linki; theora north eighty two degree wett, nine chain, to the road commonly colled Henry Bo neve' road t thence along laid road south thirty thirty fr degree thirty minute, west three chains thirty eight linkt ; thence south fen degree! west, ten chaint seventy link ; thence oath sixty eicht degree! went, two chain! seventy four links t thence south f birty six de - 5rtr wet, two cbaini i thence touth forty two ecree west, lour chaini s thence touth eighteen efcerre wett, five chaini s thear touth tix de - r re - r and thirty minute wett, three chaini twin - ( ly e ven linki ; tlrence touth twenty degree! thii - ty minum eatt, four chaini thirty (our linki thence toulh twenty degree! weit, two chaini ; . then oa a direct line to tb place of beginiiin contalnine tweat thru rr earcbe Alto, all tbat certain tract, piece or parcel of land, lituate, lying and being is Pouch - koepiie to n aforetaid. and boundeit nH bed at ful in wi i beeiuningata ttone set in the rmcod marked I. 8. at the eatt tide of the road eadtug from the court houte to Hackiniack, and at the nortbait comer oi th farm or 4 urn,. ' Law, and i the (onthweit corner of the nremi. e hereby granted ; theo along the eaitiideof tbearoremKi road norm nineteen degree and fif - fen rnaia ffuur ruBint ana nny una , then "l"" the int.d of Barnahu Swrtt)ut north twenty seven degree eait, two chaint thru a - ioDf th iaod of j4cot) Vwjslerburstj tout, sixty the by ne a v I . . ' " ' - ''V ;.. .... .. r fvi. nw no it u isG sell oqIan bio argreer im men eaiouie . ritvutcZl. - - r. ' Z. .. . li...i. .i.. it . f ihM Hid Jacob ;:A"T,,r.7i.:v:7hVofi rrXteor;rwra and I " ' . . . . .H forty fire aaiaute tut, te cUiue aod ninety i..Jl link. . iia in n lid of the aforeecid be in of banioei book, oeceateo, "', Jxiw.. jkm - hlna and eiehtveicM Unkt, tiica again aUg tbilaad lalaloreaidaeUi jr - iv Qve decree ana oiera " - i - chain and thirty link, to beap of none, nve link, mnnh r l Ikc. marked m two udfi, atlheoortliideofmall logb 4lieac north imnuiiiul ihirtv minute eait, along Uit ia u.i ai.ntuiMrf aloreuid and land in poue iinnnf l.m., Si ma1 fifteen chain and twenty eight link to a Oat rock at the north tide of the Filkmlowa road, aad U the outheat comer ol land in potestioa of Johanne 8wartwout ; thence north twelve degree and forty five minute entt, nine cDaioi ana wiy uve unst. 10 a lane while oak tree marked: thence north teven aad fortT - ttve minute eait, three chain ; thence north twenty - five degree east, til chain aiJ fort v - five link, to a wane oak taixinc, WP - ned and marueu x tnence Bona iveniv - mree tra trout eait. tixcliaini. to walnut tree, marked thence north thirty - ol degree and fortv - bve minute eatt, four cbaint ; ineoce ncrtn forty one dcereet and lonv - nve mioutei can, one chain aad fifiy - lour link ; them e eatt one chain and eighty - eight linkl to a lilaak oak tree marked I theuce north thirty - five degreei and fifteen minute! eatt, (even chain and forty teven link; (kence north forty - five degree eait, two chain and forty liuk; Ibence north tTxty - two degreet and ininy aiuutet ear, one cnain and mneiy link t tiience norlh thirty - eight degree and thirty minute eatt, two cnaini and forty - three link, to atone let in th ground maruea , and ii the north - eatt corner of the land in pot teuton of the aforetaid Johanne Bwartwout N. B. The eleven lait mentioned lourtet were all upon the eatt tide of landt pottetted by JO hanne Bwartwout aforetaid tiience along other formerly in pouetiion or John Bailey, etquire, and landt of Chriitian Newcomb. touth teven'y - four degree tail, thirty - two chaint and ninety link ; thence toulh fifteen degree eait, lixteeu chaint and eighty liiikt, to a heap of ttonei ; thence south forlv decree wert. one cnain ana filtr - two links to a heap of stones, whkb i the noru - eati corner oi uie lanut oi wwm gen t thence along the north tide of the landt last mentioned, norm sereniy nve aegret mu forty five minute wett, thirty - one chaini and Oily linkt W tne norm - wen corner oi ure ibmu aid Roeen i thence slofii the wett tide of the land of iaid Kogori, iouUi nineteen aegrret aim Uurty minute weit, nny - ionr cnaint auu iunj - ihree links, to th)oulh - wet corner of the land of the niorriaid Chanel nogen ; inence aionj the touth tide of te laud of the iaid nogen, tooth ixlv - nne deirret eatt, fifteen chaini and eventy - one link, to the laad of Aaron Law i thence alone the land of the laid law, touth thirtv - two decreet and fifteen minutei wett. se ven chain and teventeen linkt to a walnut tree marked on two tidet, standing in a wet place ; tnence again along land of the laid Aaron Law, touth twenty - nine degreet and forty - five mi nutei eait, tix chain i thence alto along iaid Law't land, touth tnirtv - one degreet weit. two chaini and 'thirty - one linkt to a horn beam iai g marked, ttandiiig on the eatt bank ot Cat - rt creek ; thence along the land of the afore taid Aaron Law, north twenty - eight degreet and thirty rjin.utes weit, eight chaini to a itone tet io the ground on a tlate ttone hill, and then again nlong the north tide of the land of ttie a - jcreiaid Aaron Law, north seventy - three de gree unci uurty; minute went, twenty - five naina and twenty nnai to the place or begin ning ; containing, including the ilkiniown road, one hundred and tevejity - nine acre, three roodt and twent y - tlx perchet. but exclusive of road one hundred and rventy - eiht acre, two rooui ami iwen;y pert net, bounded wett the road leading to IJaeUintai k, and the lundiin poitettion of Jacob Vaoderbuegh, Matthiat Cooke, thcheirt ef Uie Inte Doctor buniuel Cooke, Jaiuet Simon, and the aioretuid Johan a wartwout i northerly by other land ol the afireauid John Bailey, etquire, and land of Chriitian Newcomb before mentioned; eait by the laud of the laid Chriitian Newcomb, Cbarlet uogeri and Aarun L,aw aloresaid ; aud toutb iv land of the aforetaid Anion Law. the Darticular figure and detcriptioa of which may ba teen by mop annexed to Hit afoietaid l.aac Ualdine'i deed ol the auove CtKrihed prrmitci And alto one other lot, piece or pareel ol land, lituate, lying aud being in Uie town and county alore said, beginning at a heapofitonei on Salmon' and Sabiu'i line, whk h ii the north - eait corner of a lot of wood land, formerly sold by Jamet Livingiton unto William Terry thence along the line nf said lot, norUi lixty - tix degree! weit. twenty cnuins ana eigmy unci to a none on KiekMil Cooper'i line I thence alone said Coop er's line, north four degreet, eatt teven chaini and forty linki to & monument j thence south te - venty - seven desreet and thirty minutei, eatt to aaiincn'i ana aanin'i line to a none thence rui ning all their line, toulh oineteen degree, ett, to the place of beginning; containing twen ty ncrei, two rooilt and thirty - live pervbei of una Ana anoaii mat certain tract, piece or parcel of land, lituate, lying and being in Pouch - keeniie town aforetaid, and bounded and de - tcribed at lolli wi, to wit : beginuiug at a itake and ttnnei ttanding in the angle where ttie norlh liue of Uie Dutt hen turnpike road intenecti the wen line o ine larm now in pittetnon ol John b. oay nioreiatd ana rroui tiience rum cn a courte northerly in the wett line of laid Gay't farm tixty - le ven linkt to tlie toulh tide of the rtlkintown road ; then norlh seventy - eisht de greet weit, foul rhaim and thirty - two links ; tlten north eighty - teven degreet weit, four chaini. or so far at to intertect the aforftaii! liorlli line of the Dutcteis turnpike mad ; then in the north line ofmd turnpike to the place of beginning containing half an acre of land, he the tame more or leu ; together with the hereditaments and appurtenancei thereunto belone - irgoria any wit appertaining. Dated March M, 181U. JOHN TOWT, mh 4 lawtdt Matter in Chancery. IN CHANCERY. State of New - York. n. Divie Bethune, IN pursuance of an order of ti. f I thit honorable court made George benba. ( in thii cause the ninetuenth day - 1 of January inMunt, will be told at public auction at the Tontine Coffee Hnnte la the city of New - Yoik. under the di rection of the luiiicriher ai one of tlie maiteri of tint honorable court on Wednesday the twentv fifth day of March nexl, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, the mortgaged premises mentioned and described in the complainant's bill of complaint in Ihncauie, whit h taid premitei are described as follow viz i '' all that certain tract or parcel oi land lituate IV log and being on the eattwardly tide of tlie Otweg'i nver in the town of Volney in the county of Oneida, now the county of Oswego, and State of ew - York aforetaid, being part of towmbip number teventeen in Scriba't patent, and umally known by Uie name of Fred - encEinurgn, at me tame was surveyed and laid out in Uie year one thousand seven bundled and and ninety - eight, ny Hennmin Wright, begin ning at a stake standing on Uie bai.k of the Ot wego river, twenty link north of an Iron - wood tret. - , thence on a courts north eiclitv - scveo de creet id thirty minutes, east one hundred and thirty - live chaint and ninety linki to a itake tvn linki went ol a maple tree, thence - north two de creet and thirty mineles, west eighty chaini aud five linki to a Heath tree, thence outh eighty r ven decreet and thirty minutei. wett e'trhiv chaini aad seventy - five fink to itake tw tlve linki north of a Hemlock tree, thence north. twenty - eight degreet and thirty minutes, weit four thaint aod thirty - three linki to a Hemlock tree, thence outb eighty - let en degree and thir ty minutei, west ninety - wren chain to the bank of the Oiwego river, aud thence aoutherly up the laid river tlie several course thereol to Uie place ol becinnimr. containing one thouiind three hun dred and thirty five acre of laud, be the same mure or leis, Willi the appurtenances. Dated the twenty - fourth day of January one thousand i.unurcu aoueigninen. , .. AARON II. r Al ME ft, feb 9 Mlaw6w Master ia Chancery. A1 ADAM DEI. AGE ha the honour ofin L riHTKinC tliel&llifl nl thia rilv rv.l mrti. cnlarly hercuttomem. IKaI .lu. . by the Ert arrival an handwme attortment of nh.10 tw of the the at or 'I - a ot t tl in ' I rm uirwcwi. a ad. wu.uam owxL'dachia Phi.irlwiker., Wetthr Coty. iiit avtieiuof aducatioa i sucll a to enable bin to uualifr young gealkrarti for College or the Counting J lout wUhia a ressenalile ume. His school i elect, tlx niuaber of Pumb limited, and the trti - liaeiit o the aot liberal kiod. The following tranche fateful aad polite u - teratare are uuehk u s : i Creek, flittorr. L.atio, Krench, fcngliih Grammar, Cornpoiitiofl, Writing, iirrthDielic, Ueograpiiv, Mathematics, lie. It?. ..1A lKt tmm Inatitulioosof Ihekiod can oiler greater aoranwge, wwum ukj "a " inttructioa in ceneni hteralure, in moral and rtligiou prineipie, or in correct and geotleinan - ly deportment. The Partonage in which the Pimili am nromrhodated. i commodious, reti red and iileaiantly lituuted. IU ditaoc from New York it about teventeen mil t to which there it alway a direct and eiy comoiuoica - tioo. For further particulars apphcaUon may be made to BitbriB Hobsrt Dr. YVilioo, Columbia College' T. 8. Clarkson, Etq. t,V M'Evert, fctq. Wm. Bayard, jun. Esq A. bcbermeriiorn, Esq. mmlw C. D. CoJden, Rtq. T. A. Emutet, Ksq. mil 1 :fiuCA'noN. MRS. DAWSON lately from the Eattern rrimtinecl rtiDtctfultr brmi the public, that mhm !, nnrtuti a School in Cherry - itreet, No. 98, where young Ladiet will be carefully instructed by hertelf and daughters, in writing, riii.mvtir. itrawinf. hittorr. ceoeraphv. use ol the globet, and needle work in all varieties. Mrs. D. bee leave to observe tbat her system of teaching (formed from her own experience) greatly facilitates the improvement of youth with ease aud pleaiure to themielves, and savet an incredible iiorlion of their time, when employed in the umibI way. Great atleution will be paid to Englith Grammar, Heading ana rronunciation. N. 11. Writing and Drawing mi a luperior man ner by Milt Dawton. mhll 3w 1T0T1CE is hereby given to all persom in. 11 terested, that the Commissioner! of Es timate and Aiseiiment, appointed by the 9u preme Court of Judicature of the state of New - York, to perform certain duties relative to the enlarging of Spring - street, between Thompson - street and Wooster - street, in the eight ward the said city, have completed their estimate and assessment, as well of the. loss and damuee sustained over and above the benefit and ad vantage received by the owners of the lands and premise required for the said enlarging anu impioving spring - street ai aforesaid, as also of the benefit and advantage received by ownei and parties interested of and in certain lands and premises not required for said improvement And that we the said Commis sioner have deposited a true copy of such es timate and assessment in the Clerks office of city of New - York for the inspection of whomsoever it may concern ana notice is hereby further given, that the report of estimate and assessment will be presented to the Supreme Court of Judicature, of the state of New - York, at the City - Hall of the city of New - York; on Monday the fourth day of May next, the opening of the said Court on that day, as toon thereafter as counsel can be heard thereon. Dated New - York, March 3, 1818. PETER HAWKS, 1 PETER 8'1'AGU, Commitiionert JOHN TARGEE. mh 4 14t NOTICE. ACOUTthe 14th of December bit, apemon with a lot of Carpenter'! Tools and a Skiff uoai, wai apprehended at tne Newark tx; - Dock, which he wai offering for sale. From (he confetiionof the man little or no doubt remains that the tools and skiff were stolen property. ,.: - ;.. : . : . i. . . .i ins w EiTB nuiice mm urn owner or uwmii taid property can have it again by applying to iiUAUUu WAKmACi, at iaid dock, ny pro ins tne same anu paying cnarge. ado ii no perion appear in a reasonable Ume, they will be iold a the law fluec ti. Newark, Dec. 30, 1817. nub lttw WHEAION'S ITCH OINTMENT. rpHE long and tuccetifiil use of this ointment J. is a sufficient recommendation, at it has 'een found to be a pleasant, safe and certain re medy for that disagreeable disrate in all its tta it ii in r sale in tne cut oi new - ioru, di A. ti W. R. Poit, No. 41 William - street; I. T. Clark. No. 85 Maiden - Lane : H. H. Schteffelin& Co. No. 193 Pearl - street; Law rence & Keete. No. 195 Pearl - itreet t Hull If Howne, llb Pearl - itreet iH.su Murray, si J Pearl - itreet : J. M. Kradhunt. 314 fearl - ilreet John Penford. No. 4 Fletcher - ttreet ; Duryee Ac roe. in I'earl - itreet; John C Morrison, lou Greenwich itreet ; John Y. ruber, 100 Broad way ; Walter II ben man, corner of Chamber - it and Broadwav. and alto inChaUiam - ttreet : and short it may De procured at mott oi i lie Drug stores in this city Alio in riuladeipiiia, oi s Withered & Soni : Georee Harrell .North it Ro gem, and almost a l the druggitt in the principal townt in tlie united stalet. LlkKWIdB. W IlEATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may he had at the above placet. lauZzbiu r t on MLt:, Gjfiii A house of two itoriet, with piaixa in frout.tin eood repair : cootaioins almut thirty lour acres, situate on inrogtecu, and near to the farm or Abijah Haminoud - the land being highly improved, and containing a great variety ol the bcit chtnies, applet, pear and peichet in treat ahuudunce anil in full bearing the ad' joining v. ate.it affording ample tuppliei of fish, shell and scale, which at a small exproce may be led from a creek to the upland, and detainer: in a pond lor daily uie a mackerel and bait fiihery being alto attached thereto, and where at one draught of a tmall nine have been taken muckeref which told the next day for one hundred and twenty dollar! in point nf protpect, health and profit thit ail it no where exceeded diilance from New - York about fourteen milei. Also, lour loti of land near Uu above two ly ing on the bound, containing lort) live ncret, and bounded on two tidei with water land ol an cicelleut quality, with an orchard of four hundred apple trees, including the best orli for table ate I and lor cyder, the Virgiuian crab, English hugloe crab, white ity re, toccac.ee, fox wheip and white lour, with eighty cherry treet the black tartarian recommended by Forsyth being one. in froololthete loti are taken bait, black Gib, perch, mulleH, kiag - fiih, plaice, tolei, mackerel, porgy, pike, smelt, whiting, eels, and occasionally iheepshead and ihad, with weak - lth aud manhadden in vait abundance; hedi of oy iters, superior in quality to any marketed rn tlie city, lie very bear their ibores, with crabs and clams, whilst the adjoining bay and creek in the winter canon abound in black duck and broad bills and some time ar seen th canvaM batk aud wild geeie - vthe laad affording woodcock, quail and tnipe. The lituation cannot fail ; please io every respect ; and the land may kl wayi ue kept in Mgh order, at a inning expunte oy teage and lilt meadow attached thereto, and sea weddri - lea on ill shores. , Also, two other lots, one containing tennnd the other fifteen acres. These loti command an extensive view of land and water ; are ultogttbe.r suitable for traall rural retreat ; soil ol the boit quaiity ; and contaiu about one hundred and fiily cherry tree, best sorts, and four hundred apple trees, mott approved lor table and cyder, all in full bearinc , and Io each of the loti will be attached five acrei of talt meaifow if wanted. Alto a lot, containing fifty Uiree acret; about eight in wood. Thit lot it al.i ut fourteen milct from the city, and ooe from Uie church of the town ot Vettchtslrr. If the above property it not diipoted of before Wednesday, tlie first ol A - pril next, the tame on that day .will lie sold a public auction, at Uie Tontine Coffee House, at twelve o'clock, unaccommodating tertni, as to payments, in both cae. For further information, arplv to FREDERICK DE PEYSTEL, Esq. No. 44 Broad street, or near the premises, to Uie lulircriber, leb gltApt TH1U P 1. LIVINGSTON - MLOUR. 250 Milt l lcur, lindine from schr, V Native, "from fijhaioni, fur sale by h5 Vi. U S. CRAIG. mas ter ol Ika ParacMU Informs th Dublic that be arrived Um monung from NcwbdrgD, nod wm mu again thit afternoon at 5. .' " lit will leave Newburgh at 5, P. M. on 8a - turrb i do N. York at 6. P. M. on .Monday ; do from wherever u leacuc aio, r. m. i nun - dav. oa the return nmitaze, tt J a morning papers wiu picas nwn uu do he. tan i NewkOJtOH and camavvaicvamail - siaob TS1KKK TIMk A WXH. LLAVKS Ncwburgb eve ry Sunday, Tuesday, r1jTr HHc ffaod ihursduy kuorning, at V. - - Jihr o'clock, ruos through Montcuaicrr. filoomincburch. Monlicello, by White Lake, Cosheclon, Mount Pleasant, Great Bend. Chenango Point, Owega, lUnca, and Ge neva, to Canandaigua. Iteturnmg leai e canandaigua every Mon day, Wednesday and FrkUy niornings at tlirce o'clock, and arrive! at New burgh, the third day in time to take the Steam - boats which arrive in New - Yoi k the following morning. cry II mag be exputtd that ml ail ttm'tvhen the ittam - buati alter their iayi ef running, that thii lute mil alter so ieef them. The whole route will be perfotned in three days, from the first of May, until the first of November and trom the first ot November until the fifteenth of December, and from tlie fifteenth of March until the first of May,' in four days and from the 15tb December, until the fifteenth of March the same line will be contrdtied to the city of New - York and run from tiience to Canandaigua in four days. Passenger travelling trom New - York to Canandaigua, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N York in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Canandaigua inthieedays a distance of three hundred miles. The line is well furnished with good, new carriage ; good horse, and careful and experienced driver Every attention will be paid to render the passage of the traveller safe, easy and expeditious i and it is believed that the accommodations on this line are eoual to any line in the state nj ARE trom Hewburgn to uansnuaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS N. B. A branch of the same line run three time a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line run from Owego Tioga l'oint; thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, He. BAGGAGE, as usual, at the rink of the owner. David Godfrey, Bloomingburgh, E. C. St. John, Mount Pleaiant, L. It R. Manning, Chenango, Luther Gere, llhica, .. Samuel Greenliff, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Lansing, Proprie tors, mn I4 00IB NORTH RIVER STEAM BOATS fjT" The public ii rerpect - fully informed that the Para a23 gon - will leave new - iork, Ion Menday next, the 16th wart h, at o'clock, A yi. mn u TO COMMENCE RUNNING ON MONDAY. 1 vmojf LWE. S' team - boat w1 ' Olive - branch, for "" - WY I f - - delphia, via Brumwick ni .25 miles by land. Price thruugU J 5U. Fore - cattle or deck passengers, $3 50. The OLIVE - BRANCH will leave New - York very day at 1 1 o'clock, from the north side of the battery, and to return Irom Brunswick to at to arrive at 10 the next morning, in Urn city. Tin line ha a connection with the best boats on the Delaware and Chetapeake to Norfolk ; at abo those of the North River aud Sound; ami their several arris all are calculated to cause little, if any dclav - 1 his is a speedy and certainly the mott con venient rout, as the passengers sleep at Trenton or Brunswick, and arrive at a much lett expense and tu the boon of butiness at New - York or Philadelphia without fatigue in travelling or the want of tleep, at the distance by laud it to mall whereas via the Point and i'owlci Hook it 50 and 86 mile. Fore - rattle passengers, (who diet with the peo rle,) to Brunswick, or Amboy, at $1 each. ,ight freight and marketing, free. New - York, march 12, 1HIB. mn 12 i wi Thf nrimritnrs. with a view of accommodating the ii 11 pmpw puwtic, vy e&iriiuiiig tuc uiir c - . Norwich, intend makinz the i k,tniis:nl with the Fulton, Capt. Law, and thii route (if found practicable) will be continued duiinx the season. I be line will in future be Irom new York to Norwich, ns follows : The Connecticut, Capt. Hunker, will leave New - 1 ork every Monday, frednttdav and Friday, at 8 o'clock, in the mornins, lor New - Haven. The Fulton. Cant Lnw, wilt leave Jforurieh at 6 o'clock in the morning of Uie same day I, touch at feu - London and depart irom thence lor jv ttc - arm at a o'clock. The boatt will meet at Atw Harm, and denart from thence everv .Monday. Wednes day and Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening the Connecticut lor AVw - I'erfc, and the Fulton for Jeu - London and Jforv tch. mh 17 13 OX I A N A , or th art of pugilism, taught aud J3J) displayed scientifically, to Uie gentlemen of ew - torn, id the back room ol the Union - Hotel, No 68 William - street, by Georco Benton, etq. late of Drury - Lane theatre, London. GenUe - mea wishing to learn that much admired art of sell tlelem e, can have the pleasure of knowing the termt, which are moderate, by applying at above. Hours of attendance and tuition, from 10 o'clock, A. M. to 2 P. M. ; from half past 3 UU 5; and from 7 till 9. mh It lwt rOll SALIC, T'ilE CIRCULATING LIBRARY, 138Ful X ton - street, near broadwav, crH.sistint: oi an extensive and choice collection of history, t ra ve hi, voyages, biography, romances, oovelt, tales, plays, reviews, magarinei, &c. Catalogues may be examined at the library, wmcn it opeo lor suntennert, at usual. mh4tf Tj)IUVTE LODfa - OS. A incle gentle I. man ctn be accommodated, with one or two rooms, after the first of .May next, with or without board, Uie rooms furnished or not, in ageniccl and small family, tlie house is neat and pleasant, and in a healthy part of the city, about ten minutes walk from Wall - street. For further information inquiie at no. 126 Broadway. feb 23 To the LHaenloJ Atw - Vork. ZERAH HAWLEY l'hyiician and Dentist, would inform the inhabitants of New - York, that be has taki.n an ortice at No. 321 Pearl - ! . L (T . . J. j . .1 street, wnere ne wim cxrrorr, eiean, jue,ni ana, tet J etlh in the mot' approved manner. Ht w iii alto pre ven! any irregularity of tlie teenndary teeth, if application i made to him in season. He Halt - rs hjinself, r'm the experience he hat had in hit profeiiion4that he shall be able to give general sutislurtioo. For character the public are referred to Mr. Geo. P. r - htpiohu, merchant, No. 63 South - street, and Doctor A. Ivei, No. 282 Pearl - street. Whom i! mag conrern. fcj - Tliii certif.. - t, ib;t Dr. Zerah Hawley is i n - e'iiarbriM phvsiLiao. and in 2Md tandinir wilh his brethren in Ihis place ; thai he hai paidl particular aiteniiiutu the art ol I leutivtry, hat stodie J the he?t Ercpcn wot kt on the mlijcl, ami hat Hveu vrrv go - d sadslhction in thit bianxh to bit rttMnniers. who are uervont of the Grtt respecUbl i;y intl.it c:ly. We Uierefore, with entire cmfide tee, rccowaiend Dr: Hawley t Uie citizi. - i!tof Ntv. to - li. at ad.Titist. .Enas iunon I f.ti Ives NUiaaSmth foi.Hthan Knight rrofessort of the Medical Institution of Yale Co1 - New Haven, Jaa. 22, 1518. - leje. tub 3 3w ,' Cf - RDORBACU, ; POST OHalStT LINE. - p. j FOR PHILADELPHIA. The POST CHAISE, with every cooveniei.ee for Paiiengers aod their baggageOhiooeh in one day) will leave th Pott Chaise Oihce, 1 lb Broadway, opposite tlie City Hotel every day (Sunday excepted) at hall pait 6 o'clock in Uie morning, by v y of Newark, and arrive the tame day at Philadelphia. The MAIL PILOT, in oppotition to the Mail Coach, with auperior aicoiuinodatiocs for Passengers and their baggage, will leave the same place every day (Sunday excepted) at hulf pait 1 o'clock P.M. will proceed before theMail,and not tubject to Uie inconvenience of stopping at the numeroui Post OfiVes on Uie road, but every accommodation provided for the traveller, and arrive some hours before the Mail at f hiiadel - nliia. Fare 1 dollari. 07" All good and baggage at Uie risque of the owaer. JOHN N. CUMMIXG, Newark. JOHN GULICK ti SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON & HOWELL, Philadelphia JV. D. Eipremei lent to any part of the InUid aVlVi, I. HAKIM, at rnu - u. s, MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, WIUI A UUAKU fj The public are attured Uiat thit line is enual to any in the U. a. lor the convenience and comfort of Uie traveller. With the addition of Uie guard, the passenger may rest tec u re at to hit baggage and personal talt ly Uie coach ne ver being leu w hilst changing at tne pott omcet, wiUiout a perion on the box. The way mail li put in separate bagi and changed m the European ilyle. The U S. Mail Coach will itart from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtland - it.eet, New - York every day at 2 o'clock r. M. aud arrive at Philadelphia next moraine at C o'clock: onlv 6 paitengert admitted in lint couch. For teatt apply to THOtf. WHITFIELD, at the old Coach and Stage Office, old No 1. second office from Broadway in Courtlandt - strcet, or to a. l . uuudkiim in. iso. 124 Broadway, - . I.. - ... . M V...I. curlier ui vcuui - mi cel. i,rirsiuis. N. B. All goods and baggage at the risk of tne owners. J. LYON ti SONS, Powles Hook. WILLIAM GULICK ii CO. Kingston. CHESTER BAILEY, Philadelphia. Exprettei sent to any part of the Continent by janSO THOS. WHITFIELD. POST COACH LINE pon PHILADELPHIA BT WAT OF rOWLES - HOOK. IktrORTAHT TO PASBKKOKRS. No cot'nection with the post cbaite line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, ANDOPPO - SITION KEVIVED. AKEVV Line of Pott Coachet with every con - rsnuni'B (tr nttunnn a n rl hun.fiii, An Springt THROUGH IN ONE DAY. 1'be Pott Coach will ttartfrom tlie Coach office, old No. t Courtraud - ttreet, N. Yoik. every morning, ounday t excepted, at 1 - 2 past b o'clock, by way of Newark, New - Brunswick, Prince ton, j renton and Knstol, and arrive at rbiiadei - phia the tame evening. . tne oiea - n aoai Lmc inuusiKX, win itart from New - Y oik every morning (Sunday t excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the Meam Boat Atalanta, from the north tide of the Battery, lodge at Kingiton, and arrive in Philadelphia next day to dine United Statei Mail Coach, with a guard, with every convenience for paiiengers and baggage, on spring. Thal. S. mail coach will tturl from Uie coach office, old No. 1 Courtlandt - itreet, New York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. AI. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock - Only 6 patteoger admitted. For teals in (lit above named Line, apply to. THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old estai.lnlicd Ccacb, Stage and Steam Boat office, at Uie olu No. 1 CourUaodl - stieet, Uie second ollice Irom Broadway, New - York; to ISAAC BROWN, No. 1 Wathington - stret;ortoA. T. GOOD RICH tl CO. No 124 Broadway, corner of Ce dar - street, New - York. ft - All goods and baggage at the risk of Uie owner. JOSEi n LiiM, bUNs Si CO. N. B Expretiei sent to any part of Uie Con tinent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. sOr - - LEPS ITCU UIXJ'MEJVT, WARRANTED an infallible remedy at one application, may be wed with perfect safety on infants a week old, not cootain - ng a particle ol mercury ,or any uangerous ingreuient whatever, and not accompanied with that offensive ftnell which attends the application of other remedies. The above medicines are prepared and iold at LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 4C Maiden - Lane, and sold by S. CARLE, cornet of Fulton and Water - streets. Druggisti and country itore - keepers supplied on liberal termt. Jan Z'J The subtcriber hav'ing recently returned from England wilh au importaut improvemeutou Uie artiiicial rpring LEG, h take thit methoO of informing bit fnendi and the public, that all those who ai t uulortuuat at to be io waut ai a leg, or ana, they can be accommodated by ap - ptyiug at ao. 7 uarciay - street, new - York. iia WM PURVIS, t . iM iiuOi.; - .iL, So. a; :.ier - i. v y comer of FuHci - s reet, Nev. - i irk, having received a large supply of the real J tPAN BLACKING, of Day ii Martin, 97 Hirh Hol - born, London, cfiei the tame, in wholesale or retail, for exportation, or home consumption, oo terms thn most liberal aud advautageoui to purchasers. This inestimable composition, with half the u - rual labor, prlnceta mo - t brilliant jet black, fully equal to the highest japan varnish affoM - peculiar nourishment to the leather; it will no! yoil the finott lioeu 1 is perfectly free from any unpleasant smell; and will retain its virtues io any climate. As an incontrovertible proof of the superior excellence of thit blackirg, it ha - stood Ilia tet end commanded the most estet - iv srle ia all quartan of the globe, form - wank - of bslf a cen - tur. Feb 16 Tksttore No. 20 Wall - treet. - Apply atlLe store. feb 19 tf L - lirilinllk mils am si ir " A eUseeraihg pitllr kiow kow in clsfic . ' tween things that diflw. oftlMS.CTty Of 100, 2 member c - the facu.'tv rj . and surgery there, deeas it fu.V. ty to repeat tome onseevatson t. tie abute or AIERCIJrvT " rash, indiscriminate, and uamrat." fled me tHerenf. tut l.. , five of infinite eiMi irinr. i kl? taiidi are annually merrurtaiiaed odt or - .uT mm t, - 1'Ia . 1 1 - . L . - - ' t,l. """ nmt ia view owe its ratal retu'.ti chiefly to thii source. " What a ni . that a young man, the hopes of his cocatrv .J the darling oi hit parents, thoutd be luitcLtd ,Z way from all the protpecU and enjoy menu oflir. by the consequences of one uuguarded nioen and by a disease not io its own nuture faULajJ which ouly prove so fiem neglect or imwml treatment." A geullcuiar, (late Dr. ip. - T tient) now perfectly hearty and well, had bI ondt rphytui - onicf geneial practice, tix veanT and repeatedly salivaf.d; wlien rw - ommeadedu " Dr. H. (by a i.ntlemaa of tliis city) his booZ were carious, and his fleih dropping from tinT - hit friendt declared he could cot possibly survi two months longer. Thontandi experimental know wrtli what caie and tatet j Dr. H. eraJi catcs the severcit case, and confirmi the cotah. tution. The Doctor' Plau (adreitisiag) is cetsary to guard the public against the atxue Z nitrcury, and oUitr fatal delutiont, held forUw Peraint, Uierefore, having contracted a nri vale disorder, or saspeclicg latent poison. . aduoiiislitd not to tamper with their cotutitB. lion, or conceal Uie disorder, till past rerovl. ry ; oUierthaving the remains of an old cat! or oUier impuritiei of the blood, aswellaioUi! er complaints of a delicate nature, in eithsJ tex. should remember posterity, and do juatk to Uieir consciences, bv making anniicaiin. loDf. II. at his old aod rcsplctaoie 2ut! lithment, No. C4 V.'ater - itreet, four houset weti of Old - slip, to obtain Uiat prompt aisiitanct ! lone calculated to prevent discloiure. And her let ine claim your terioui attention Remembti a luperficial cure U no core at all j unlet thc Du! tinestii radically done, you will certainly hav the disorder break out again with redoubled m lignity, at some future period ; perhapi (hD w:. he too lute for remedy. Don't you often meet ia the streets miserable, mutiluted beiitgt, without even a bit of nose on Uieir face Take waraut; I beseech you. ."' Dr. H'i. character for skill and stubborn inl. gri y being univertally known in tbi city, nr 1JU4, guarantee to patient Uiat delicacy andst - crecy hitherto ui - known, and having confined his practice for years part, exclusively to the cure of diseatei of the blood tyttom. they mayiafely cat cuiate on U.e most decided advantagei iu cot lulling Dr. H. Gleets eradicated in tw or three weeks. Stricture removed without bougie or any oilier instrument ; aud all debilities t likewit ii old ulcerations, fistuV iii. A plurality ol nibce are prorided, and to lit. ated that patient! are not exposed toeachothert observation. Open till half past 9 in Uie evemnr. All pertont concerned are invited to be r. .1 calling, and speaking with Dr. H. which is Irta oi coti. soil oere tne nocior cannot avoid th cxprettion of gratitude for innumerable nmn. raendaUon, and for the decided preference fit it presumed with lust Cause) Ions trivca him ! mdicious puhlic. a. o. in letiert musi oe pott paid. Dr. Buchanan. '', ' Aug 27 lv JfJLlTUEH QUJCKEUh' JVOK MiUM - J1UJY. E(R. EVANS' luperioi method of curing a ctr tain Disease, isnowunivtr - tally acknowledged in thit city ; bis mode ortrenttneai it perfectly mild. safe. es peditious. and hi cbar.i ca,7uuuie. ia every u tance lie warrants a curs, and will rjltipn tK ri'.v tTL i?iaiJg - M contact. w,r,ji v ui penorui acreeau I i.e tiru lest tecrecv alwavt CihaertM. There are many pertont in thit citv and iti vi cinity, laboring under variuot chronio dioeaie. tech at cancers, oiu lnvetcraie Ulcers, scrolula or kings evil, fistulas, diseaset of tlie arcUirs, bladder and kidnies, old complicated compiamu of a certain nature, bilious and other obstrso tions, rheumatism, kc which they coatider ine - rahte, tliey can certainly he cured (in getienJ) by applying at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, No, 9. iWk - tiiD, having practited in extebsiv hotpitnlt in Europe IS years, uuder some of th lint Surgeons and Phyiiciau in the work!, aad made those obitinate diieasei hit constant study for 30 yes Oct 12 r p H E pu blic it re'pnet - X fully informed that the ELEfHANT aow exhibiting at No. Wti uroadway, willpotilivt - . ly be removed oa or a - hout the lit April next. Those that with to grali their rnricsity, viewing tlie wonderiui work t of nature, will do well to embrace tins op portunity. Admittance Saceaf,. mh 3 tt fr VTHEATON It DAVIS, Fancy Chair Manufac turer, No. 153 Fahun - street, opposite SL Pauls Church, offer for sale, wholesale aid retail, a large and elegaot ss - lortmeut of Curld Mtple, pluln painted and ornaaveat ed in gold fcbronie, Bamboo, Plain aod Gilt Ball!, Rocking, Sewing, and Coaverss ' tioo Chair, bofn. Settees, 1 Loungees, oiunc stooltf Uc. . " Ordert from any part of the continent executed , with ueatnm and dispatch. Old Chain repaired, paiuted and ornanieetM. ' mh 9 ' i! J ftEW DHESSlJfQ ROOM. FRUMENTO, No. 1 Wall - street, just re . turned from Italy, has Uie honour to ioforat A Ue gentlemen, that he cnti and dretse nair m the latest ityle, and in a mat ner o at to adopt it to the phitiognomy. He lint for tale aqaairb ty of RAZORS of the first quality, if they not please on trial, the purchaser ait at h''tJr to return them, and receive the money - He ba likewise procured every fine hone, end engage restore rasort to a very keen edge aod iboela i 'iey not cut he will receive no recontpeuce. 1 bote gentlemen who may please to honor bim with Uieir patronage, may depeod oa the moit particular and respectful attendance. N. B. Gentlemen who mbacribe by the quarter will have their raiors, lc. kept escluuvety fur theroselvci. ' ' , P. 9. A good journeyman wanted. at above. ' rahetf A DltQUIsi I ION on imprtsownent tof0' xi. a the practice exiU ia the state of New - York, by Howard, price 37 1 - 2 cents. . Discourses chiefly on devotional subject!, oy thc late Revd, Newcomb Cappe, witbBKnw ofhllifo, price two dollars. . . v Memoirs of the life of David G'T,tk'J'i with rbaracb rs and rnecdotes of hi Tbeatneai cimtempnrarie,hy Thomas Davie,prtce 1 for at No. 3 Wall street, by ,,n mil U C. W1LET ft CO. NEW - YORK : PRISTED AND PUBLISHED MICHAEL BVHXUAM k CO. So. 42 PenMerMT. mi 1 J v tV - . rr

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