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IN CHANCERY:, ' IS CttANCERT. r - Stat of Ntrw - Yerk, . IH mtrtwance of eederof thii honorable court, bearing date tin third day of Marco, lost will be sokf at public auction, at the T online Coffee iinaM. .eiha citv of New York, ander the di - retkm of the tubtcriber ooe of the marten of ftii court, ea Tuesday the 3 let day of March, . instant, at IS o'clock at noon All those certain fire Iota of pound (whereof Anthony Letpenard, of Ibe city of New York, E). the father of Leon ard lepeoard, was tetsea in iee simpie m vm ' tiste of hit decease, and which upon a division of tbe estate of the taid Anthony, felt to the thare and portion or the said ieooard,; nai lying and being in the eighth ward, of the icily of New - Ior, ana are Known aoa awimBUHuou taia map or chart made of the estate of the said Aathooy beapenard, deceased, by 'u "b"T Uiree hundred aadeignry wo, "7"""""t: - "" eighty four, three nunarea ooi r iBuy - "j v three bundled and fifty - seven, and three baadred ed fiftyight, and taken logewer am "" - - ; and contain at follow, to wil. - aorth we 'riJTJ ' Thompson tt. one nunarea wo - J TJ" ' ...,... i - i. oh lot number three hun. rfred Vnd uf.y - .ix, sixty feet more or tesj north easterly on lot Bomber three hundred , one of the mid Leonard f'' "EJd22e : , t more or lets, and ""westerly Meiad said Leonsrd lPVeW: tioeationofVettryitreet, oae hundred feel more or leee j and alio all tbote foor certain Wv Pece or parrels of ground, .itMate.hinr, jnP the eighth ward of the city In part of Ihe land which oa a division of the et - tale of Anthony Litpenard. deceaied, oot bt heirt, by Ccmmhwiotiet appoinUd by the May nr't court of the laid city, was eetofftotlieaeld Leonard, and are known and distinguished oa a nupoftheMiddiiaioe) made by the aaid coea - mistiooert by the number three hundred and eighty fire, three hundred aad eight six. i four hundred and twelte, four hundred and thirteen, and taken together are hounded aad contain a . follows, to wit : southeasterly on Thompson - Street, seventy two feet j southerly on n line, 'Which if Vestry street were continued eastward of Sullivan street, wonld ratrtheriy wde Mier. of j northwesterly by ground of Alexander L. , Stewart, and Sarah his wile, oae hundred and eighteen feet . aad northeasterly by a bee to be drawn pa'ilM with Broome street! (Broneae - el. heiog fifty fcet wide) and ditaat therefrom foor hundred and seventy five feet, ooe hundred feet being of the Slid dimensions snore or lets i and also all the around rviae between the taid ffur Jot above oWribed, aad the ground of Miller and Baker, and bounded likewise by th taid siMihMiteriv and northwesterly boundaries whatsoever the same may contain i together with the apporlenaaces. Hated Marcn ., mm. JAMES A. HAMILTON, " ma 9 luwtwdl Master ia Chancery . IN CHANCERY. , John B. Murray, i vs. I State of New - York, a - laiBM T. Walton. IN pur mi nee ofadeerettl order of thit ho - tionrable court, mtde la ihe tbove cause, a told at public aoctlon, at tne lonune tonn House, In the eity ofNecYork, under the direction of the subscriber, as one of the matters of this court, on Tuetday the second day 01 oep - Umber nett, at twelve o'clock at nooa, tu mat tract of land joining on the town of Lowrille, and lying in the county of Lewis, In the etste afore - Mid, being part of great lot No. 4 of Macomb t purchase, and comprise all the lott known on a certain plan or map made by IJavid llronson and B. White, in the year IKiS, from No. IIS to 342 Inelutivr. containing together 15,000 teres of land, with the appnrtenaneec thereto belonging or any wise appertaining. Dated Jane 30, ""(Copy) JAMES A. HAMILTON, . Jv 81 lawiwritils .Waiter In Chancery. The sale of (be above probity is stponed to the first day of Mar next, at the same hour and Mace. Dated Jan S3, mia. , JAMES A. HAMILTON, . Jan24 lawtJTjl Maelcrin Chancerv. IN CHANCERY ITATK OP KEW - YORK, 1. rmnnance of a decretal order of this honor 1 hie court, bearing date the sixteenth day of A . . . .... . 1 ii . . 1. VCtoner IMI.Wlll DC OIl at punuc auction, n me Tnntin fn(T llouv. in the Citv of New - York. tnder the direction of tliembscrilier, as one ofthe masters of this court, on Wtdne$day the tererUA day or January next, at twelve ocioca, ai noon, alt thsit certain lot. trtct or carrel of Innd, situa ted ia tlie county of Delaware, in the state of New - York, f nd in Kvant' t alent, and Known ry rent lot thirl l.iur. nnd bounded i fellows : lie - ginninzat a itnkc and henp ot su.rm near a beech free, marked No. 34 and 37 ; brine lb; noilheasl corner of lot thirty teven - .thence along the north boui d thrreof touth eighty nir.e degreet, wett one hundred and twenty tight ilimns una ninny six links to a heern tree marked No. 31 and M ; being the southeast comer of lot (No. 33,) nnm - ber thirty three ; thence along the east hounds tfv r. - of, north three degrees, east eightjr oue rhaint and twenty links lo a beech tree maiked ho. 31 nnd 34 ; thence along the south hounds of lot (No. 31) number thirty ooe, north eighty ntne degrees, east the distance of one hundred and four chains, to a (take and heap of (tones 1 thence oath thirty Bre chains Mid twenty four link to a beech tree marked No. 0 ; thence north eighty nine degrees, east twenty chains to the west bound of lot thirty five ; thence along the tame south forty four chains and ninety six links to the nlara nf heeinninir : containing nine hundred and forty nine acre aud three fourths of an acre of (and, with the appurtenaoce. And also, alt that certain other loL tract, or parcel of land, situa ted in the conntv of Delaware, in the state of New - York, in Evan' Patent, and known by rent lot thirty (even, and is bounded as fol lows : lb - ginning at a hemlock tree marked No. 37 and 40. being the northeast corner of lot No. f4(tt number forty : thence along Ibe north bounds thereof, south, eigh tv sune desrees. west ono hundred and thirty. iir chains and ten link to a beech sapling Biara.d am. 36 37 ; thence north three degrees, east Kim, .i.ht chains lo a Beech tree with stone round it 1 tnence q the south hounds of lot thirty four north eighty nine decrees, east one hundred and thirty chainsto a Birch tree marked thirty seven and tlurty - eight 1 thence 00 inn wen oounut 01 101 ininr - eint, toutn seventy eirht chains to the place of beginning, containlnj - one thousand and twenty - four acre and one . , . . . , rouru or an acre 01 iana wixn ine appurtenance Dated, December t, IAI7. , JAMES A. HAMILTON, Dec 3 lawi&dt Matter in Chancery. ' QO The tale ofthe above troirty it postponed to the eighteenth day of February next at the tame hour aad place, uaied Jan. 1, ima. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jan 7 fawt Matter in Chancery, The tale ofthe above property t potpoaed to tne iztii day or May next, at the tame boar and place. Dated Feb. lii, 1818. JAMES A. HAMILTON, feb 18 lawtd Matter inChancery. - Sreasury Department, 11th June, 1817. frt NOTICE is hereby given, that at a meeting of bte Commissioners 01 the Sinking Fond, held on the 14th day of March, 1BI7, it waa deters ntd that the provisions ofthe art entitled "An act to provide for the redemption of the mbhc debV pasted 00 the 3d day of March, 1817, should be carried into effect a far a the ame might he practicable ; aad that, in pnrsu - mnceof the taid resolution, Lynde Catling , cashier m the office of discount aitddepotit at New York, has been appointed agent, under the tu - peruiienaance of the secretary of the treasury, to take purchases of stock of the United States wnthin the limit prescribed bv law ; and to whom all penons desirous of disposing of their etock win iiw ippiirniaa WILLIAM H. CRAWFORD, Secretary of the Treasury. Office of Discount and Deposit, New - York. June IG, 1817. Information is hereby given, that in pur - nance ofthe preceding notice and aothoiitv.the ubsf riber is ready to receive proposal and to treat with any person for the purchase of Funded Debt of the United State within the limit pre - trahMl 1.. Ik. .L. r . hk i iimrr reterreo 10. LYNDE r:ATi i. r.j. - . dtJJ Jfclewtf ' T ui ' f K'rim.Tark. $$. S Mrtaatcdot U. order tf this fc - "'b' m. , . im - .) niM. will be sold . u. HntxL ia the village of Mwbnrgb,on thetiateentb rrfP.?,!l at twelve iWk at noon, noder he direction of the subscriber ! All that eertaie irjct . uate, lying and being at Little Britain, 4a the J, Vl .uif of Orauce. and taUoNew - York, aad fs bHM as MM - oo the east by the leads of the heirs o. " ling. deceatAl, oo the north by the and of Ro V: u u . i.. mt h the land of fen " I Jan C7.tr.nd the HH. tThe r . '777. h....l J . I.. Norton, dec ed, contaiaing JJTtt?Z" - land, oe uie sasjw - 7 . . ..uriMHiirii to the same belong M 1. vua aonertaiaina. Dated Febru - T7. 1818. 'THOMAS flOLTON, feb38 lawtApldts Master in ( hancery NOTICE. nm Thorreditort of John BlesklfV. of the cityof New - York, Insolvent, are hereby notiAVd to attend at the office of (be subscriber, assignee nt il said intolveat. under Ihe act entitled m mrt far eivin relief in case of iaeoWeft - rr." at Ihe Law Baildiocs. No - l.olbru No. 3, aitaate m Nassaattreet, in the city of New - York, in atcartnia and eiamine the accounts due to then mnectiTel. oa the twratv (Ah dT ' ADruaeiu netweeauie aoert at iu.m. ana j P. M. Ami the said creditors are further nnOned, that a dividend of the estate of said iesof vrat will ha made be the tubtrnbrr. at the nlare afocr - taid, aad betwren the hour a hove mentioned, on the tweaty firth day ot iay neat, newiom. Feb. 4th, 1818. feh61awSm AssHrnee.btc To the Mtmbera of Ihe Society cl SOCIAL IRIENIIS. iniitotedatlartmoutb(;ollee. WHERE AS, in contequenoe of Ihe late diibcultK at Dartmnnth Cnllrgr, it bat been made a question to whom belongs llw Library 01 said tocietv. and a nronntition is understood to have been made to distribute the books amort the member of Mid sockly now resident at said collf - ge : All Member. tlirefore, of said Society air reqws'ed to attend a meeting thereot, at d college, on W EOXESUAY, the l3(hi1ayof M.iy nett, at 10 o'clock, A. M. to oeiermint - wi.; dunositwa shall he made of thei - property, nod to artoa tvrb bosinem as may regularly comr be lore them. M Sal f aptei.tia; nunqnam oddx - el. mh I6law la the martfr of tinniuaui Oermnad and others. tu. s For tale at auction. James fnlluan, aa ab - i crejdi.ig debtor. " TU E undersigned bat ing hra appointed trot - tees far all the creditors of Jaav tallnaa, late of the citv of New - York, butcher, aaah - scoodine oet tor. will, ia virtue of the act ia such rase made aad provided, on n.e xdui aay 01 March, inrtaaf. at one o'tiocn, ia ti afternoon of that day, at the Tontine Coffee Hoote, in the cilvof New - Ywrk, sell it public vendue, nil the rizkt title and intern! of the taid James Sullivan, ia those three certain house nnd lot of ground atnivsent known and distinzuitbed by lot No. thirl v seven, thiity nine and lorly seven Mulber ry - street, in the city of New - Y ork aforesaid, be ing each twenty fire feet in width front nud rear, and one hundred feet in depth, as the same were tomMime since owned and possessed by James Sulliran, of the taid city, deceased. The tnid loin of ground having been teiied by the Sheriff me ci'y ann count jr omew - iorn, 10 virtue 01 m uitaiiiment issued against the estate or the a - foresaid abscondini debtor. Dated March 1 Ith, 1811. AMAZIAII WRIGHT, JOHN C. HAMILTON, CHARLES OSBURN. mh llrodtdt l6a(JM7U.V Or Cuf.i HTJ t.K&H IF ICT The co - oartnershin heretofore exi'tine between Caleb S. Brower and Georne F. Tho - mas, under the brm 01 II rower & I homa. it this day dissolved by mutual consent. The roncernt of the brm will be settlt.l by Caleb, b. Brower, C. 8. 8HOWEK, tJ. V. THOMAS. Nm - York, March 13th, 1818. N. B. Tlie nlumhine business will still be car ried on by the subscriber, at the old established stand No. 342 W ater - street, where ell orders in his line will be attended to with punctuality and dispatch. An apprentice wanted to the ahove nnsinrss. CALEB S. BROWER. mh 16 eod3w TO IHE PUBLIC. TIUF. subscribers are ready to contract to fur X niih almost any quantity of Marble, from their quarry at Km - 'Sbridee. I be nurlile is si milarin colour and superior in quality to that of wnicn the front 01 itie ti'y nan is consiructen It can be cot out to almost any size nnn dimen sions, luituble fnr every part or huilding, and would be delivered in Ihe rough, or prepared for the building, according to order, at a moderate rate and at a short notice. All orders mny he longed 11 1 11 1. buiiu.n's dime, io 611 Biondway, oral Mr. GIDEON TUCKER'S, No 4 While - street, or at the ouarry, with Mr OK' RCE IV II Al mh It Slawlm PIANO FORTES. I MEETZ. 10 Maiden - lane, has iust rec IX per ship Washington, from London, a assortment of piano fortes, from the mamifac torv of Ator 1 amonir which are very eleeant cabinet pianos, with harp pedals, of superior workmanxlup, well worthy the attention of those who wish to supply tliemielve with good instrument. Also for sale, piuno - fbrtes, of Tompkinson' and BMadwood's make London, and F.irard Paris, together with harp, and an assortment ot tne newest music, mh 13 dlw&eoiUw AN I ED tOK 1HECOUNIKV. A.MAN who understands common gardening, and a woman who understands house - work, milking, Sic. A man and hit wife will be pre lerreu. nrpiy no. 4 r rout street, mh 18 Iw l - Xtli SALE, Seven acres of Void in West - Chester, ix i - x ruiies irem tnis chv. Un the nremises are a good oweinng - nouse, barnand rowl - houe, a thrifty young orchard ofgrafit - ri fruit, a garden wiui asparagus oeus, inruiirieiy or gooseberry, currants and strawberries, with a well or never failing pure soft water, well calculated for dis tilling. The stages pis every day to New - York a tctki twice a wets ; Demg only a quarter Ot mile Irom the landing. Enqiire of HENRY CREAVENS. RhiHv. Also for sale, a eood tubstantial liaht waeon calculated for one or two horses : to be seen at Sandford's Livery 6tables, Broadway, near Hes - irr - nrm. riquirv as anove. mh I Itf zr J O LET. tanifl A laree convenient modern built boute. conch house and improvements, (with or without an extensive kitchen garden and back lot) from the first of May next ; situated on the corner ot the Frst Avenue and First - str - vt. near the corner of North and Allen - street, nnd about one mile from the i.ity nail, ihe situation is elevated and healthy, and in every respect suitable for genteel family. On tiie premises il a well of most excellent water. Appiv to CORNELIUS DUBOIS, Feb S tf No. 36 Front - street. TO LET. And poveoo given on the firrt of Mar. the hou. No. 43 Broadway, together with a brick lire - proof stable and store in the rear ironling 00 Nrw - ttreet. Also, the adjoining bouse No. 50. - The soap manufactory in the rear, to be removed on the inei Apru tor terms apply to J3HNSLIDF.LL&CO. """H No. 50 Broadway, 7i LKT. The follon - inir llmra. .; orii - iurc . - o. t jotut - street Tbe house No. 97 do The boure and store No. 395 Pearl - street Tbe house and (tore .No. Ml Cherry - reet .... JAME9 W. SHAW. "b21 5 Bowery. ' SELECT BOARDING 6CHO0L. alii ERE are at present 6re vacancies la Ihe Revd. WILLIAM FOWIXL'li befool, in riiilipsburgh, Yookere, West - Clitster County. His system of education is such at to enable hint to oualify young gentlemen for College or the Counting House within a reasonable time. Hit school is select, the aumbtr of Pupils lioated, nod Ihe treatment of the most liberal kind. The following branches of useful and polite li terature are taught, via : Greek, History, Laita, French, Engliib Grammar, Composition, Writing, Arithmetic. urography. Mathematics, ftc. Iti, nreuimed that few lotUlutioo of the kind can offer greater advantage, whether I bey regard instruction in general literature, in moral and rsligiout prioeiples.'or in correct and gentlemanly deportment. The i'arsooage in which the Pupils are accommodated, it coenraodioos, retired aad pleasantly situated. Its distance from New York is about eereateen miles ; to which there is always a direct aad osy communication. For farther particulars application may made til Rishop llobart Dr. Wilton, Coles T. Cllirtion, r.q. t: M'Evcrs Esq. Wm. Bayard, .iun. Esq. A. tcliermerb'orn, Esq. ilua Collec C D. CoMem Esq. T. A.Emmet, lq. mh i9 DSmlw t.DLCA I'lO.V !RS. pAn.HIN lahly frcm the Eastern i 1 OwitMeot rsspcctieliT iniormt the public, that slit bat opened a Sbool ia Cherry - ttreet. No. 08, where your tdar will be carefully in - ttrurted by heneVf and daughters, in writing, arithmetic, drawing, btttor), geography, use of the globe, and needle work ia ail varieties. Mrs. 1. beet tear to observe that her system of teaching (loriwed rmsa her own experience) greatly facilitates trie improvement 01 j oum '" ease and pteacwre to themtelres, and tares an incredible portion of their time, w hen employed in the usual way. Great attention will be paid lo Enclith Grammar, Reading and Tronunciation. N. fi. Writing and I rawing In a superior manner by Mi Panto. mh II 3w tfi A.fi.r., THE C1RCI LAT1G LIBRARY, 138 Ful - ton - tf rret. near broadwsy, ronsisling of an eitnntive and choice collet tiwi of history, tra - vett, voyage, biography, roroanres, novels, tale, play, review, magariort, tic - Cttaloguet may be examined at the library, wince t open lor aabtenber, as usual. M4tf 1X FAK.VIEKb. FflHE rabMTibercan furninh the farmers of X. the adjacent country with ground Plaster of Pant in any quantity, 00 the shortest notice, ta barrels or otherwise. JOHN BYER3, Feb?3 If Foot of Harruon - tt. N. R. IUVATE I.OW;t.6. A tingle gentle man cun be accommodated, wi'.h one or two rooms, after the first of May next, with or without board, die rooms furnished or not, in genteel and Email familc, the house 1 neat and pleasant, and in a healthy part of the city, bout ten minutes walk from W all - street. For further information inquire at no. 126 Broadway. feb 23 BOARDING. TWO or three gentlemen of steady habits may be accommodated with board and comfortable room?, with a family where but few oarder are taken the situation central nnd learant terms moderate. Particulars may e known by Application at No. 74 Chamber - street, Dear Broadway. mth 20eodlw MEDICAL SCIENCE LOTTERY No. a C 11 E M K. 1 prize 45 6. of 100,IMK) 100,000 of of of of of of of of OU,1XI) 20,1100 10,000 5,000 2,000 1,000 100 30 60,000 0.0,000 10,000 6,000 4,000 45,000 5,1100 100,000 5,390 5 464 Prize lO.iriG Blank 16.000 Ticket at $15 each, Lett than two blankt to a prize. 400,000 Will draw live hundred number each day un til completed. Part of the above prize to be determined as lotiows. The first drawn numbers from the first to the fifteenth day inclusive shall be entitled to $1,000 each. The first drawn three thousand blanks to be en titled to $J0 each. THE FIRST DRAWn JICMBER OS THE 1611. day 2,000 17 th day 18th day 19th day Wtb day 21st day J6d day IM clay t4lh day iith day 1,00 . 1,000 1,000 50,000 1,000 . 1,000 1,000 . S.000 100,000 The drawing to commence on Oie first Tues day in August next. Tickets lor sale by the managers until the 18th April. All the tickets remaining in their hands will be sold at auction, arcordinc to law. at the Union Hotel, in the citv of 'w - York, on the i7lh April next, at ten o'clock 111 the lorenoon. SAML. L. MITCHILL, a ISAAC DEN.NISTON, g MOSS KENT p JEREMIAH JOHNSON ( JOHN M'LEAN, J? mh 19 nodtm H y authority ofthe af es of JVevi - Jersey and' Jfev - York. 'PUS MILFORD & OWEGO ROAD LOT L TERY, for facilitating the intercourse between the western parts of the State ol New - York and the City of New - York, through the states 01 rennsyivania ann iew - Jersey. SCHEME. 1 prize of 70,000 DOLLARS 1 35.000 DOLLARS 3 10,000 DOLLARS X 5,000 DOLLARS 10 1,000 DOLLARS 30 600 DO. .LARS 110 100 DOLLARS 3iD0 30 DOLLARS 33116 Prize not two Blanks to n Prize 10.000 Tickett Part ot the Piizet will be determined a follow : First 1000 Blankt,. Thirty Dollars each. First drawn No. 1st day, will be entitled to 5,000 do td do 500 do 3d do 1000 do 4tb do 5O0 do 6th do 5000 do 6th do 500 do 7th do 10000 do 8th do 500 do Oth do looo do 10th do 500 do Uth do 35000 do 11th . do 500 do 13th do 1000 do 14th do 500 do l.r.th do 70000 do I6U1 do 500 do I7lh do 1000 do 18th do 50)1 do 19h do 1000 do SOth do 500 This Lottery will commence drawing at the city of Jersey, on the first Tuesday in May next, and will be completed in twenty drawing. The prizes will be paid at tbe Lruon Bank, 10 the ci ty of New - York, aixty days after the drawing will be Gnithed, tubject to a deduction of IS per ceou CHAS. KINSEY.J D.STUART, SComBsstionert JNO. LI.IN. S Tickets 30 dollar each. Adventurer and Denier ran be supplied 00 application to ISAAC G. OGDEN, Jan SO eodtf 4U Wall - street BTIAM'BOAT K0TICE. - t RooRBACn, mi. w ""VJ. f '" K p'r""n - informr - J1 " tbc public, that he arrived tins inuruiug from Newburgh, aad wUltaU again this afternoon at 5. lie will leare Newburgh at 5, P. M. on Saturday do N. York at 5, P. M. ou JVonday ; do from wherever he reaches at &, P. M. Thurt - day, on the return passage. t;t The morning paper will please insert this notice. 19 NKwauKUH and ca!ai)ai(.iiamaii. - stagk THESE TIMKB A WKEK. r - N, I EAVES Newburgh eve - JL I - J ry Sunday, Tuesday, JT. iTand J hursoay luoroingr, fZ eTVtvQIg th,.. oVInrk. runs throueh Montgomery, Bloomingburgh, Monticello, by White Lake, Coshecton, Mount Pleasant, Great Bend, Chenango Point, Owega, Ithica, nnd Geneva, toCanandaigua. Iletiirniiig lea Canandaigua every Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings al three o'clock, and arrive at Newburgh, the third day in time to take the Steam - boats which arrive art New - York the following morning. (Tjj may be txprcled that at all timet when the iteam boati alter their day of running, that this lint vill alter $0 at to rice them. The whole route will be perfomed in three davs, from the first of May, t ntil the first of November and from the first ot isovcmoer until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until the first of May, in four davs and from the 15tb December, until the fifteenth ofMarcli the same line will be continued to the city of New - York and run fi - om thence to Canandaigua in four days - Passengers travelling from New - York to Canandaigua, Niagara or Ruflulo.can leave Is. York in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Canandaigua in three days a distance of three hundred mile. The line ia well furnished with good, new carriages ; good horse, and careful'and experienced driver Every atten - ion will be paid to render tne passage 01 me traveller safe, easy and expeditious ; and it i believed that the accommodation on this line are equal to any line in the state. rrv PAKE trom newtiurgu toananuaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. B. A branch ofthe same line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a ine runs from Owego Tioga Point; thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, &c. BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk ofthe owners. David Godfrey, Bloomingburgh, j E. C. St. John, Mount Plentaut, 1 L. & R. Manning, Chenango, LProprie - Luthcr Gere, Ithica, I tort. Snmutl Greenliff, Genera, Oliver Phelps, Lancing, J mh 14 dCin NOR 111 RIVER a'l'EAM BOA IS. ftT - The Public is respect fully informed that the Para - eon will leave New - York, Son Monday next, the 16th March, nf oVI w.k, A. M. mh 11 CI team - boat Olive - branch, t3 forPhila - 1 delphia, via 2a miles by Brunswick - land. Price through j( 4 60 Fore - castle or deck passengers, $:J 5U. The OLIVE - URANCH will leave New - York every day at 1 1 o'clock, from the north tide of the battery, and to return from lirunwicic to at to arrive at 10 tbe next morning, 111 tins city. This line has a connection with the best boats en the Delaware and Chesapeake to Norfolk ; as alo those or the North River aud fcouml ; ana their several an iralt are calculated to cause little, if any delay, This is a speedy and certainly tne most convenient rout, as the passengers sleep at Trenton or Brunswick, nnd arrive at a much ler expense and in the hours of business at New - York or Philadelphia without fatigue in travelling or the want of sltep, as the diatanre by laud is to mall whereas via the Point aud Powles JlooK it is 56 and 116 miles. Fore - castle par enrcrs, f who diet with the peo pie,) to Brunswick, or Amboy, at $1 each. Light freight and marketing, Iree. New - York. March 12, 1UIS. mil IV 43 Ihe proprietors, with a view of accommodating the zywf public, by extending the line , '" Norwich, intend making tin: experiment wilti the Fulton, Card. Law, and thit route (if found practicable) will lie continued during the season. ' I he line will in rulore be from iNew 10m to Norwich, at followt : The Connecticut, Capt. Hunker, will leave new - York every Slmutay, Wtdnetday and 'Friday, at 8 o'clock, in the morning, lor New - ilaven. Ihe r niton, capt Law, will leave Norwich at 6 o'clock in the morning of the tame days, touch at Jfetc - fondon and depart from thence for Jfew - Hartn at H o'clock. The boat will meet at Jfete - H aren, and depart from thence every Monday, If'tdntt - day and Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening Ihe Connecticut for .Vew - l or, and tbe Fulton for Nev - London and JYorrHch. mh 17 b 1 EAM BOAT FOR SALE. ftr For ale. a well finish beef Steam Boat, of small (ire, with t cabins, nnd car eulated to carry convenient' ly aiiout xty passengers Her bull is of the best timber, and she is copper bottomed up to the bends, prepared to be put into a line of running immediately. She draw but thirty - two inches of water, and from the advantageous construction other machinery, can be worked at one half the daily expense of steam - boat in general. She will be sold a greet bargain, if applied for snomy. rxqmre at ixo. 48 wan - street, of mliSOtf ISAAC G. OGDEN & CO. NEW - YORK EAGLE GIN D1SJ1LLMU rpHS suhfcribcrs ha - J. ving purchased this establishment, to well known for the quality of if Gin, are now making that article equal to any oisuuea in nut country. They have now hand a supply in pipes and uatreit, ana win constantly nave ior tme new York Etgle Gin, ol the nrt quality. Apply at the Distillary, corner of Washington and Harrison - streets, or at 87 South stret, to HUUKuavn MUCHLLL, Who have for tale, 10,000 Iht. Juniiier Berries, and a general as' sortment of Groceries. mn 19 lw IOIt JL? ails 1 SALE, on reasonable terms, the Lten complete for a fomo (Jinnta Ma cr actor v. Likewise, , first rale Mould and Dipt Candle. Enquire at No. 19 Nastau - st. mh 19 lw Hf.L JiNT FUHUC1 i lOs. JUST received and for sale by ELIAS VALENTINE, 104 Broadway, 3d doer below Pine - street, Cnpp's sermons and life Life of Garrick, t vols, by T. Davie A vindication by C. D. Colden, Esq. of the 'eam - boat right granted by tlie state of New - York, in the iortn of an answer to the letter of Mr Duer, addressed to Mr. Co'.den The emigrants guide to the western arid southwestern states and territories, with a map of the United States, by Wm. Darby All the recent works of Wm. Cobbetl, Esq. XT'E. VALENTINE has been appointed agent for the National Register, in New - York, and respectfully solicit tohtcriptions for it. Engraving and copperplate printing executed with neatneetand on moderate terras. men 1 Ci UNNY BACft. - Suuu, ior sale hv J CEliKA A: CUMING, - ? a mil 13 T6 rearl street. Bin j POST CHAISE LINE FOR PHILADELPHIA. Tbe POST CHAISE, wWi every convenience for Patwngert and their baggage (through in one day) will leave the Pott Chaife OfiVe, 1 18 Broadway, opposite the City Hotel every day (bun - day excepted) ot half pail 60'cloi k in the morning, by vay 01 Newark, and arrive, the tame day at Philadelphia. Thn MAIL PILOT. Inornosition to the Mail Coach, with tuperior accommodations for Pas sengers and their haggagt, will leave tne s. - nrc iiliu - ever dav fSunrfav excerfed at half past I o'clock P.M. will proceed before theMail,and not subject to the inconvenience of stopping at the numerous Post Offices on the rond. but every accommodation provided for the traveller, an arrive tome hours before the Mail at t biladel nliia. Fare 7 dollars. QrJ All good and baggage at the rique cf the owner. JOHN N.CUMM1NG, Newark. JOHN GULICK & SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON 4i HOW ELL, Philadelphia JV. B. Ezprettri tent to ant part of the L'ntted State, by I.. I! Ah. Ml sw. rei) - i U. S. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, c - WITH A GUARD. - ftr The public are assured that this line is equal to any in the U. S. for the convenience and comfort ol the traveller. With the addition of the guard, the passenger may rest secure as to his baggage and personul salcty the roach never being left whilst changing at the post offices, without a person nn the box. The way mail Is put in separate bagt and changed in the Euro pean ttvle. The U S. Mail Coach will ttart from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtland - tt.ret, New 1 ork every day at z o'clock P. Al. und arrive at Philadelphia next morning nt 6 o'clock ; only 6 passengers admitted in this conch. For seats apply to THOS. WHITFU.LD, at the old Coach and Stage Office, old No 1, second office from Broadway in Courtlnmlt - ttreet, or to A. T. GOODRICH U Co. No. 124 Broadway, corner ol'Cedar - street, New - York. N. B. All eoodt and baggage at the risk of the ownert. J. LYON & SONS, Powlet Hook. WILLIAM GULICK CO. Kingston. CHESTER BAILEY, Philadelphia. Expresses sent to any part oflhr Continent bj jnnSO THOS. mil l Mr.MJ. POST COACH LINE foh PHILADELPHIA Bf WAT Of rOWLKB - HOOK - IMPORTANT TO rAfcSKNIIKIH. No co:iertion with the post haise line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, ANDOfTO ITION REVIVED ANEW Line of Post Coaches with every convenience for passengers and hareage, on Springs THROUGH IN ONE Day. The Post Coach will ttart from the Conch of fice, old No. 1 Couitland - ttreet, N. York, every morning, Sundays excepted, at 1 - 2 past 6 o'clock, by way of Newark, New - Brnnswick, Prince ton, Trenton and llristol, and arrive at rmiudcl iibin the same evening. 7ie 7eam IS oat Line INDUSTRY, will slart from New - York every mornir.s (Sun days excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the Steam Boat Aiaianta, irom ine norm sine 01 tne iiattery, lodge at Kingston, and arrive in Philadelphia next dny lo diue United States Mail Coach, with a guard, with every convenience for passenger and baggage, nn springs. Th&U. S. mail coach will start from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtlandl - ttreet, New York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only 0 parsengers admitted. For seats in the above named Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established Coach, Stage and Steam Boat office, at the old .lo. 1 Uourtlandt - stieet, the second omce irom Broadway, New - York ; to ISAAC BROWN, No. I Washington - street; or to A. T. GOOD RICH Si CO. No - V24 Broadway, comer 01 Ce dar - street, New - York. fj"AII goods nnd baggage at the risk of the owner. josr.fH LUiV, bu;& : tu, N. B Exprettet rent to any part of the Con - tinont,by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Jan 22 LEE'S ITCH OINTMENT, WARRANTED an infallible remedy at ont application, may be used with perfect safety on infants a week old, not containing particle ol mercury ,or any aangerous ingreuiem whatever, and not accompanied with that offen sive smell which atteuds the application of other remedies. Tbe above medicines are prepared anil told at LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 46 Maiden - Lane, and sold by S. CARLE, cornel of Fulton and Water - streets. Druggist and country store - keepers supplied on liberal terms. Jan zy TJ" The (ubscriber having recently returned from England with an important improvement on the artificial spring LEG, he takes this method of informing his friends and the public, that all those who are se unfortunate as to be in want ol a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by Bp plying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. Jan 22 WM. PURVIS. T11LI.HM HOOKl.S., No. Ml ..j.e.tt v T corner of Fulton - ttreet. New - York, hav ing received a large supply of the real JAPAN BLACKING, of Day it Martin, 97 High Hoi bom, Loudon, effers the same, in wholesale or retail, (or exportation, or home consumption, on terms the most liberal aud advantageous to pur chasers. This inestimable composition, with half the u sual lalmr, prod ores a most brilliant jet black, fully equal to the highest japan vaniith; afford' peruliar nourishment to the leather ; it will not soil the finest linen ; i perfectly free from nny un pleatimt smell ; and will retain it virtues in any climate. As an incontrovertible proof of the unerior e xcel.cnre of this Marking, it has stood tbe tei and commanded the most extensive rale in nil quartrri ofthe globe, for upward; of bVf a cen iurv. rente BtaEBtsataDtaawM jfj'Qffi 'HyQ. tferrj 1LOUR. - r Native, SjO bids Flour, landing from tchr. from P.icuraon't. for sale hy VY. 3. CRAIG. 1 slisciroleg pifche kcow how to i!ini. t v DOCTOR HORNE, forme, - , of tte city of lodoa, an. uouiucr ui i k acuity of prrjiH "5"J tnere, aeems ithuoV ty to repeat tome onterrations o the abuse of MERCURY. rash, indiscriminate, and nnqiisK fed us thereof, bat been tive of infinite miscl.iVf. av. ipiki are enpually werctirialired out of exk - tl ence. The disease we have in view ow. i. r tat results chiely to this source. What a ni ir that a young man, the hopes of his corntry the darling of his parents, should he snitched , way from ull the prosperb and enjoyments of by thecorsequem of one unguarded monienL tr.d by a disease not in its own nature fatal ani uluch only proves so from neglect or impron treatment."" A genllemar, (late Dr H'ana tient) now perlertly hearW and well, had beei under physicians of geiitij practice, tix years! and repeatedly lalivab d ; when recomaiended u Dr. 11. (by a gentleman of thit city) hit bcoti were carious, and hit flesh dropping from theni hit friends declared he could not possibly survivt t wo months longer. Tbuueandi experinieiitallt know with what ease and t!fetyl r. ILerarfi cdtet the severest cate. and confirm tu'eoaitu tulion. The Doctor' plan (advertiting) n nI crssary to guard the public egainst the abuse tf mercury, and other futal delusions, held forth . Pertont, therefore, liaving contracted a vrT vate disorder, or suspecting latent poison, r admonished not to tamper with their conititi. tion, or conceal the disorder, till past recovt rj ; others having the remains of an old cast" or otlie.r impuritie ofthe blood, atwellasntf' er complaints of a delicate nature, in rittiM ex. thould renumber posterity, and do iu(jet to their coi.tciencc, by making applftatin, to Dr. II. at In old end rerpectabie eitah. lis hmcnt. No. 64 Water - ttreet, four houset west of Old - slip, to obtain Uiat prompt assignee t. lone calculated to prevent disclosure. And Lett let me claim your seriout attention Renienilier a superficial core it no cure at all ; unless the b. sinessit radically done, you will certainly bay the disorder break out again with redouhled m lijnity, at tome future period 5 perhaps then will he too late for remedy. Don't yon often meet ia the ttrccts miserable, mutilated beiners, witlioti even a bit of nose on Uieir face I Take wamin 1 beseech you. Dr. H'(. character for (kill and stubborn info, grity being universally known in this city, rrnct 11)04, guarantee to patients that delicacy aadtt. crecyfiitherto unknown, and having confined bis practice foryears past, exclusively to tliectireol diseases rf the blood system, they may safely cat. cuUtte on the most decided advantages is cot. suiting Dr. II. Gleet eradicated in twt. or three weeki. fitrirfiirp removed witboiil hnH,iMf...di - - ' . o ml VUI - er instrument ; and all debilities: like wist old ulcerations, fistula's & A plurality of ofliret are pronded, and tn tit, ated that patients are not exposed toeach other's observation. Open till haJi'past 9 in the evening. All persons concerned are invited to he free ia calling, and speaking with Dr.H. which is ire of cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid tbt txpression of gratitude for innumerable rerois - mendatlons, and for the derided preference (it is presumed with just cause) long eiven him bra judicious public. rn. n. aii letteri must oe poti paia. Dr. Buchanan. Aug S7 U XtAl H hli til'ALKt.Hi A OA MlPOiA - 4IUJY. K AV UPl6f ime '.method ofcurinr arer. tain'Ditease, isnowuuivt sally acknowledged in this city : his mode oftrentmen' is perfectly mild, (ale. ri - nvmtioiis, and hit charg't reasonable. In every ii stance he warrants a curt, and will return the pay ifhe does not perform agreeable 10 contract. There a re many persons in this city aad it vicinity, laboring under various chronic diseasst, such a ennrers, 01a invcierate ulcer, tcrofsi or king evil, nstuias. otaease 01 tne ureunv bladder and kidnies, old complicated complawts of a certain nature, bilious and other obstrat - tions, rheumatism, Ac. which they consider inct - rable, they can certainly he cured (in genera!) by applying at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, Nw 0. Feck - tlip, having practited in extthtirt hotpitali in Europe 12 years, under some of tbt first Surgeons and Physicians in the world, as made those obstinate diseases bis constant ttetft for 30 years. Oct 1 f pil E public is repwt - JL fully informed that the ELEPHANT now exhibiting at No. 29f Broadway, wilipotiuv. 'y be removed on uro iiout the 1st April next Those that wish to grati - fy tli - ir cnriotitv. by viewinx the wooderiw worka ofnature, will do well to embrace tbia opportunity. Admittance 25 cents. mh 3 tt . tt - WH EATON it DA - Via, Fancy Chair Maoafac turers. No. 153 Fulton - strert, opposite St Pauls Church, offer for sale, wholenla sin retail, a large and elegstit assortment of Curld Maple, plain painted and oroaaetb ed in gold it hronre. Uambooj Plain and Gilt Balls, Hocking, Sewing, and Coater ti'm Chair. Sofas, Seltsw, Loungees, Music Stools, tec. Order from any part of the continent enectrcu with nentnett ana dispatch. . . Old Chair repaired, painted and ornanietius. mh9 NEW DHESSINO ROOM. ' AFRUMENTO, No. 1 Wall - ttreet.jf - . turned from Italy, bat the honour to ! ik. ht.t 1.. ruii ,1111 airMM bairia the latest style, and in a maimer so as to sdopt it to the phisiognomy. He has for snletq""" ty of RAZORS ol tf.e first quality, u " not please on trial, the purchaser are at sherry ta return them, and receive the money - He osi likewise procured nvefy fine bone, ajsdengv t lestore raiorstoaTery keen edge and sho 1 1.. ... . u .in ; ... h. wromncBce. riiose gentlemen who may pie to boncrraw with their patronage, may depend oa the nw particular and respectful attendance. , r t 1 :k kvtbeovar iv. n. urnucmen wnniumwi - 1 - 1. ter will have their razor. JtC kept excliws'J for themselves. , P S. A vnort innrnftrmiS Wasted, "f tsbetf a aoove. A DISQUISITION on imprisonment for deb as the practice ext in the state ot York, by Howard, price 37 1 cents. Diicoarse chieily on devotional Jfr1., the late Revd. comb Cappe, withintn - ' ot bis lifr, j.rice two dollars. . . . ys MeiieHf ofthe hie of David c'ttZ, with character, and nnecdotet 6f hit I r " conteniporaries.hv Tho mat l)nvies,prn. lir saleut No. 3 Wall street, by ; . ',. roh 1J C WlJ - fci NEW - YORK: PRINTED AND tUBLlSBID MICHAEL liVJiNH.lM P' , So. 43 Piait - wT" Hasp VJiAhattr W LO5

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