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i . Ii: IN CHANCERY - .v - IS CHANCERY. r 1. V ... nae of rew - orir. Ft puraaacce of an arderof this honorable court, bearirig date to third day of March,! be told at public auction, at tlie Tontine Coffee . House, im Ut city of New rk, under the di - lection 01 the sitbtcritier at one of the maiteri of tliia court, on Tuesday the IMst day of March, inctant, at 12 o'clock at own All tho: certain live lot of ground f'vhereof Anthony Lespenaiu, : ofttieciry ofNew York,Ej the father ol 'LtwsV - - ard Lrsprnard, was seized ii. fee simple at the time of hit ideate, and which upon a division ol - theestsU of the snid Anthony, fell to the share . and portion of (he ia iow.l,) situate lying and being in Iheeighih want, of tuenty of New - . - York, and are known h4 di - tmguiined in a cer - tRin maporthhrt maj - oi the ettate of the am 'Anthony Lpennrrt, defeated, by lott number , tt,re hundred and eighty t wo, th ree handled and ' eigh'y four, three hwidiea ana ripT"" - . three hooded and fiflyseven, and three hundred and filly - eight, and t.ikenegtber bonnt.ed and roalnin a. follow., to wil,orUi westerly no v Thompson at. one hundred anil thirty fret nioe or lew, southeasterly on lot numher three tiun - dred and fifty six, sixty feet more or less, ort . - M'terly on lot number three hundred and " one of the "aid l - eonard Usjienard, one h" . fret more cw lt. and southwesterly the ..ia i i aonrortrialed for the con - . linoauoaof Vestry street on hundred feet ir. ire or ten ; and alo all tht.e four certain Iota, piece or parrels of ground, siluate, I) inc. and heme in the eighth ward of the city of New - York ; ie - in part of the land which oo a division of the estate of Anthony Lispenard, deceased, among hit heir, by Comuutiioners appointed v the May - or' court of the laid city, was set off to the said Ieonard, and are known and distinguished on a .r.rii. miA ti;inn n.rfdn hv the aaid com - il numbers three hundred and mim.iv ihrm hundred and elrhtysii, four . hundnul and twelve, four hundred and thirteen, and taken together are bounded and contain at fulhiws, to wit : touTneafie.r'y on i uuuifyu tret i.unii iin fit i aoutherlr on aline. which if Veatry itreet were continued estward i.. of Sullivan street, wouu nennnneriinuriucic ,. r. .nriKa,ri h irrnnnd of Alexander Ii Stewart, and Sarah frit wife, one hundred and eighteen feet ; and northeatterly by a line to be - drawn parallel with Broome - ilreet, (Broome - t. being fifty fet wide) and dtttant yiereirom i.iur , hun lred mdaereoiy nve teei, one mnmra ' being of the aud dimentioni more or leu i and i nloall the ground lying betweeo the aaid fnur ' loir above Jt acribed, and the jrround of Miller and Baker, and nounueu iiaewi d .! t oulhratler'y and norlliwetterly boundariet whittotver the lame may ontain; tnjether with : tte Uated Marcn i, JAMES A. HAMILTON, nihSllnwSwdtJ - Matter, in Chancery, MAYOU'S COURT. , William U Mathewi ) . John Cornell and Sarah, lift In partition. wife. WHEREAS we. the andertigr - ed commissioners, appointed to make partition e - twecn the partiet in mis cue, vj a court of common pleas, called the mayors coart, ofthecityof New - York, heretofore made, did expose and sell the premises hcreinntter men - tiooed, at public auction, to one John Lace, the Wghest bidder for (lie same. And wbcreas the said John Lace, at tuch tala, did not comply with the condition of the sale of the premise hereinafter mentioned, by paying ten per cent, of the porcbsse money on the day of ale. or at jny lime tince - whereupon the nid court, by a rule made the Slat day of March instant, ordered the jiremiie hereinafter described, to he re sold. Now therefore, we, the said coromisiioners, in pursuance of the laid last mentioned rule, intend to sell at public veodue, in front of the Tontine Coffee Houie, on the thirteenth day of Avril aext.atlwelveo'cJock, at noon, to the highest bidder or bidders, all that certain d wnlling home, MMtuim. tenement, and lot of land, lituntr, Iruil and being in tho fourih ward of t!ie city of rwiwikf t" linn uitunf,ui.ivu ........... thereof by lot number eighteen ; which aid pre Miitei aad lot of land is bounded as follow, southerly by iJanker - tl. eaueriy Dy ruisercu - sr in breadth iu front and rear twenty - five feceuch, with ail anJ auijular tho way, water - couiies, hnr.flii and appurtenances thereto be - LMiiuir or in anr wio aoncrtaiainj. Dated 23J March, 1318. . . JAMF.SOV COX, JOSHUA PELL, Jr. ' J. P. DIETERICH. Wm. W. M', Att'y. mh 24 eod2w isiI.UTJON Of CUPAtiTSfEHSHIP, frjr The co - partnership hretofore exittiug f :l.h s. Ilrower and Gnoree F. Tho - mL undpr ih firm of Brower It Thomas, is this rfav dittolved bv mutual conseat. The concerns nf the firm will be settled by Caleb. S. Brower, C. S. BROWER, G. K. THOMAS. , iei.Vn. - 1r - Murch 13th. 1810. m ii Th nlutiihins huuutss will (till he car ried on by the subscriber, at the old established stand No. 342 Water - street, where all orders in bis line will be attended to with punctuality and ditpatch. .... . . Aa apprentice wanted to the above Imtinrsi. Aaapprcu CA LEU 8. BROWER. mh 16 eol3w TO I UK Public. rli 11 P an hrriliers are ready to contract to fur 1 uitli almott any iimntity of Marble, from uieir quarry at Miigsoriuu. in iimruiu i i - milar in colour and superior ih quality to thatnl which the front ni the iity nan is commit - ieu It can be Bt n,lt ,,J almost any size anil diinun aion toitahle for every part of buiMinp, nut w.uilH he delivered in the roiiL - li. or prepnied I" the building, According to order, at a moderate rate ami at a short notice. All orders may be lodeed at I S C. bOLTON'S ollu e, Wo 5t Broadway, oral Mr. GIDEON TUCKER'S, No 4 Whiti - 'itr''rt. or at the quarry. Willi Mr GEORGE W. HALL. mh 12 3lawlm PIANO HlrE4. RMEETZ, 10 Maiden lane, has just ree'd per shi; Washington, from London, an assortment of piano - fortes, from the manufac tory of Astor s anions n iiiclt are very eletrant Cubinct pianos, with harp pedals, of superior Voile man; hip, well woithy the attention of tliox who to tupply themselves with ctwd iiistrumcnt. Also far aale, piano - fortes, of Tompkinson! and BniadwotKl's nuke London, and R rard'i 1'trU, tog - etlver with harps, and an assortment or the newest music. mhlS dlwfceodow A GEN t LLMA.N who intends leaving here XV id a few montht, for hngland, withe to establish a connexion with a person in this city who is well acquainted i(h the rcutine of com merce. Tlie object ol the advertiser is tlie es tahliihrneni of a commitMnn business. Hi con Mxions ace xttj exlemive auiongit the manu lacturinc lolerettt uf Ein - land. It will lie neces sary h - r Uie applicant to have property, and ...... .1.. ...... . :n t i r . . wiFin: wm luqmry. Auaress, witn real name, to a. a. ut tins othce. mli 24 6t SEiXCT BOARDING SCHOOL FOR. YOY.VJ LADIKS. - jV RS. CO'A EKING, now .Mr. Brown, has .Is I removed her well known Etatililuneni from New - York to Elix.belh Town, New - Jersey, notw - cua:lr of a mile from the doMic turn pike road. Th situation of the plare prrst - i eTerj nuvania - ;" - lor a ;eo,inary ; and Mil ens Me her to rdu, e the prue uf hoard mm - h low er 'than can he a (Tor. led ia New - York. Tlie hraaaSe taught, nr. - , Orthography, Efglith Gnmrav. Reading, Writire, Arithmetic, Geography, wiUi the use if rnat. t and globes, Atro ftomv, History, Blair's txctiiret. Composition, Mihk - , Fri Bf - tany, Clfmittry, Diawirg in Cray",., Paiotjirg in oil, rn elyet, and in water - coc, Plata Sewin;, Needlework on noitlio, Fjai.roikry on silk hnrt w.irsted, Filleir..e, Vadri, Cirotto aor! ax - Wrk, Gilding and JatMoiiia, with a variety tf other fancy works, uh li ia northerly by lot nnmer sevenicen, ana wmrny ia tle rear by land belonging to Sarah Thompson, ftintainin? in lensth on each side fifty 'feet, nnw ty MKUtCAL SC'IKXCE LOTTERY No. 5. - QCUKJJI E - '., 1 rrire - of' 'IOO,00 ,i $100,000 - .of of of of cf of - Jt,IWJ 6.000 " S.0O0 1,000 100 30 r ' 10,000 V 6,000 4.0XW , 1 62 5,360 45,000 6,J0 160,800 5 4C4 rrlret 10. Ulaukt is.OOO Tkketi "t 1 25 each, 400,000 Leal than two blank to a prixe. ' Will draw five hundred umberi each day tin i:l ,A..tA 111 luwi'ir'iw . .... . Part of the above prizca to be determined at foilf)W Tlie firtt drawn pumher from the fir.t to the fifteenth day inclutive iball be entitled to $1,000 each. - . The Grit drawn tliree Ihnuiiod blaulii to oe en titled to fJO eat h. : :. . TRC FIRST IUAWR ffuMBER OW Turn Ifiib day 2,000 t7th day ltilh day 19th day I.UUU , 1,000 l.OOfl 0,000 1,000 . 1,000 20th day Zlitday m day - .'Jil day l,(XJO . 2,000 24th day 2jiII Ilnv 100,000 111. An win? In commence on the fint 'fuel d;iy in Auguit neit. Ticketi for tale by the manart until the 18th April. All the ticket remaining in their handi will be ild at auction, accordin;; la law, at me I'ltion ni, m re v..,, of iNew - York, on the 27lb April next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon. AML. L. MITCIHLL,x2 ISAAC DENNI6TON, 5 A1053 KENT ,R JEKK.VIAII JOHNSON 1 JOHN MCLEAN, 1 ? nhlfleodlm ' JJjr authority of the attM of Acw - Jtrtry attd. TIID MILFORD A OWEGO ROAD LOT - 'rru v inrilifntiiiir the jntrrcourie be tween the wetlern part ol the Slate ol New - York and the Citv of New - Yoik, through the Statea of I'enmylvania nn - l New - Jerw - y. SUiir..Tir.. 1 priie of 70,000 COLLARS 1 35.000 DOLLARS 2 10,000 DOLLARS 2 5,000 DOLLARS 10 LOCO DOLLARS 30 600 DO. - LARS , 140 100 DOLLARS 3400 30 DOLLARS 3308 Prizoi not (wo Clanki to a Prue 10,000 Ticketi Part of the Prizei will be determined at follow : First 1000 Ulanki, Thirty Dollar each. 45,000 do 2d do 600 do 3d do ' 1000 do 4(u do 600 do 6lh do C0U0 do 6th do 500 do 7th do 10000 do 8th do 600 do 9th do 1000 do 10th do 500 do 11th do 35000 do 12th , do 61)0 do 13th do 1000 do 14th do 500 do 15tb do 70000 do do 500 do 17th do 1000 do IHth do 600 do ' 19th do 1000 do 30th do 500 This T.olterr will commence drawins at the city of Jertev, on the first Tuesday in Muy next, and will ho compl ied in twenty drawing. I he prize will he paid nt (he Union Hank, in the ci of New - Yorlf, sixty days alter Uie drawing will be finished, suhjixt to a deduction of 1 j u cent. CHAS. KINSEY, J 11. STUART, Commissioners JNO. LINN. ) Ticket 30 dollar rai h. Adventurers and Dealers ran lie supplied on application to ISAAC (5. Oti DEN, Jan Vll eorttt , 4ii vvnii - Ttreei Transportation to PHhburgh, through the itate nt JYcw - 1 or. THE subscriber, who hrs been engaged for several years in forwarding merchandize to different parts of the United States offers his services to the merchants and traders of the western states and territories, as agent to transport property of even1 dccriplion from the city of New - York to Pittsburgh, in the state of I Pennsylvania c.ooas mapped at new.yorx. onboard "tss wwtksn use" of sloops for Albany, can be delivered at rittsburgh, it is believed, in ss short a time, as by uny other route yet discovered i the price of transporta tion lor the whole distance never exceeding six dollars per cwt Proper care hai been taken to select gentlemen of respectability as agents on the several routes communicating with the Allegany river; anil where extraordinary ex ertions are required, a confidential person thoroughly acquainted with the country, will sccoinpany the goods. All communications on this Mihjcct, post paid, will receive the earliest attention of the subscriber, who for approved security will give a credit ot six months on a large proportion of the account. CHARLES SMYTH. Albany, state of New - York, 2d February ISIS. Kcfl - rcnce to Messrs Salt e; Ices 4: Co. and Messrc. L I Iyer, and H Rankin, New - York, feh 7 2aw NOTICE. ALL persons inde hted to the estate of Ruggles Hubbard, etuuire, late theriff of the city and county of New - York, o therijf', are re quested to mak payment to James L. Bell, enquire, present sheriff of the city and countv ol New - York, on or before the first day of May next or after that period the bill remaining un paid will be put in tuit. CATHERINE HUBBARD, Feb 11 SawtlMay AdoiinittratriT. STOLEN, FROM the houe No 59 Wall - street, yesterday, a variety of wearing appai el, among wmcii were, a piece ot duck icvamme, I bom hazine frock, 2 bomnazet do. 2 ornamented Combs, one set with topaz, 4 strings Garnest, I do jet, 1 jet Hreast - pm, 1 black Lace Veil. Morocco Ahoes, i lower Jars, Parasol and Gold Watch. A libera! reward will be given for the whole or any part of the good, on application as above. mli VJ iw PLASTER OF PARIS M AN t FACTORY. At Ue font of Harrison - street North - River, I 7" II ERE maaalactured Plaster, forcoroi - II im and other purposes, may be had, war ranted ot the first quality, at one dollar and (tern tv fii centj per tnuhd. I he manulaclory is conducted by Mr. John i ucker, wko nas served a regular apprentice imp i' i ne mason ounues. mh Si JOHN BYERS." HOUE CArlf KS I KHS WANTED. THREE or four Houe Cerpenter may find constant emphy from one to nine months. "BoaoooMweiity miles up the North River. ...vj'.mc in. caoutn - stieet. tub tl mil s 4 1 ' A COLOURED BOY - the time limited by law a smart, sober and iudutriou lad understand all kind houte - work, and taking rare of horte ; alto working on a farm or in a garden He it nineteen years of age and of a good disposition. Any pern that wants a lad nvnnnf we Qusiiucatioot, will get ioforoia' umi xj oowerT, aht9U ' ELIJAH WARD. SACRED MUSIC. , n !ar:rt:BfM ions for a Grand ORA - m. bv lh New - York Haodaraod Hnyda Society - W'hen the in port tutce of Sacred Maaic . rii,M - trd with the iiuLlic wortliiD of God, i duly cnileredtit nun be admiited that it hi net yet received that encouragemeat from the public to which it it jutfly tnlilkd. The Oratorio lately gives by lln llandel nnd Haydn Society ol the city or ilw - f or, auuiiira on cuieitaj - ment highly gratifying et the retult ha not heea uihalo aUordlhe public the bo(pfa peraainentcontinuutiteof that uteful aociation. 1 tm great expente of procuring manutcript and other Muiic, wilh the unavoidable expentei of preparing nod firat executing luch perlormao - cei, have exceeded Uie receipt The Society ii eievcrtheleit thereby now in pollution of a valuable collection of Mutk, oi the greateat conpotera, and believe it will uot be quettiontd, that Uiey have at their Oratorio, brought together more muncal taltmti than ha been combined on any other similar occanoo in the Uniled Statei. . , t'ourcivin; it important that iut h masic thould not be lost to oar city, and inch an aitociatioo for the performance thereof ihould not be dr - pened, but encouraged ; and it beinp under - fond that thu aociely are willing to afford the citisen of New - York another opportunity of patronitinjr their iiutiluliou, and thertby enable it to obtain a fund to meet it current expene : We, the lubtcrilers, do hereby promUe to pay for the numher of ticket set to our respective names, at one dollar each, on delivery, to inch ucrtoo or perron at 'hall be appointed by the (Uniting committee of laid society to receive the same, each of which shall entitle the bearer thereof to admitfinn to an oratorio to be given br taid society in May next, aod whenever the amount subscribed shall be equal to the probable expenses, the subscription list shall be clo sed, aud uo tickets shall be cold for let than $ 2 each. Sobscriptions will be received by A. T.Good rich, 124 Broadway; T. it J. Swords, 100 Pearl - street; or of any of the slandiug commit tee, mh 24 6t COOPER'S S - ERMONi?. PRACTICAL, Familiar and Doctrinal Sermons; designed lor paroc hial and domestic instruction l by the Rev. Edward Cooper, Rector of HamttaJ), Ridware, nnd of Vnxall. in the county of Stafford, and late fellow of Allsoul Col lege, Uxlord ; in two volumes, (r or a review ol theie excellent sermons look in the Christian Ohterrer.) Juit received, and for sale to subscribers and others, price $4, nt 222 Pen rl - street, oy IIVUK.K1 Jl'UlllMUl. mn Zawvw WH EATON'S ITCH OINTMENT. rTMIE long and successful use of this ointment JL is a sufficient recommendation, as it hat been found to be n'pleasttnt, safe and certain remedy for that disagreeable disease in all its stages. It is for sale in the city of New - York, by J. A. U Vr. R. Pott. No. 41 William - stieet: I. U T. Clark, No. U5 Maiden - Lane ; H. II. SchicflVlin At Co. No. 193 Pearl - street; Lawrence H Keese, No. 195 Pearl - street ; Hall tt Bowne, 146 Pearl street ; K. hi L. Murray, 313 Pearl - street ; J. M. Bradhurst, 314 Pearl - street ; John Penford, No. 4 Fletcher - street : Duryee Al Poe, in Pearl - street; John C. Morrison, lfi8 Greenwich streft; John P. Fisher, 106 Broadway ; Walter Si Seaman, corner of Chamber - st. and Broadway, and also in Chatham - street ; and in short it may be - procured at most of the Drug Stores in this city Also in Philadelphia, of S. Wilherell tc Sons ; George ffarrell , North & Ro - eers, and almost all the druggists in the principal (owns in the United States. I.TKHWISF. WH EATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be had at the above places. ian22fim T the Littztntnl A't w - l ork. ZERAH HAWLKY Phytirino and Dentist, would inform the inhabitant of New - York. that he has taken an office at No. 321 Pearl - street, where he will extract, clean, Jilt, fit and nt J erth in the moat approved manner. He will also prevent any irregularity ol Uiu secondary teeth, if application is made to him in seaton lie flatters himself, Iroin the experience he ha had in his prnn ion, that he shall be able to give general satisfaction. rorcnaracter tnepuiiiic are reierren to Mr. Geo. P. shipnisin, merchant. No. 63 South - ttreel, and Doctor A. Ives, No. 2U2 Pearl street. ff "torn it mau toncern. ffr Thi certifies, that Dr. Ztrah Hawley is a regular oreii piiynciao, and in good standing with his brethren in this place ; that he has Imid particular attention to the art of Dentistry, has studied the l it r.uroiiean works on the subject, Hnu nas giveo very gooa satuiaciion in tins branch to his customers, who are person of the frt respectability in this city. We therefore, with entire confidence, recommend Dr. Hawley to the citizi n of New - York, as a dentist. jT.nen Munton I Kli Ives Nathan Smith I Jonathan Kniehl Professors of the Medical Institution of Yale Col - New Haven, Jan. 22, 1818. lege mh 3 4w FOUND on the 1 1 ps of the Hall, yesterday, a small BREAST PIN. The owner may nave it again uy applying at .o. 4o liarriay - st, and paying for advertising. mh 35 3t INDIGESTION, or SOUR STOMACH, IS acknowledged by medical writ en to he a I complaint ot iiuuDcrti Kind, and at all time very difficult of rure. Thi is tufliciently illus trated in liiedi'npiMiintment of thou; who unfortunately surTer under it, as they, for the root! part, find that after havin: tried inanv thines to little or no purpo'c, they are at last obliged to use (tor perhaps the remainder of life) such articles as can at best hut palliate the disease. Undersuch irciiinttanres, any m - dicine callable of remo ving tho complaint, must surely be an article highly deserving (he attention of all th'.se who are alQicted with it ; such a combination is to he met with in DR. MEAD'S ANTI - DYiEP - TIC or STOMACH PILLS the success of which has never yet been equalled, for the cure of dyspepsia in it most comiriicatcd form, such at hs of appetite, uau - ea, heartburn, flatulency, knawing paui in the stomach, pain in the side, great costivencss, paleness id the countenance, laneuor, lowoets of spirits pnin K the heod, virtign or giddiness, and disturbed sleep. w hoevor uppliet tliete pills in tneaiiove nitrase, according to the directions, will never be disap pointed, as they have never been once known to mil in pruducins a radical Bail permanent cure. The use of a single box will convince the most unbelieving of their efficacy. They will mott eflertually remove all tourneis of the stomach, not mi relv bv neutralising ti.e acid, hut hv cor recting that morbift state ol Ihetecretions which gives rise to it, and at the sanm time will restore to the del'ilitated organs of digestion, that tone and vigour which is absolutely necessary to the well being of the animal economy. Price one dollar per box. For sale by JOHN C. MOKIUON, Drujdtt, No. IKIIGreenwirh - ttreet. Where: may he had, wholesale and retail, a large and gem ral assortment of genuine Drugs and Medicines : Surgeons Inttrumenti; A pot He - arj's ulass ware ; r.nelish and l a lent Medicines. Alto, Dyer's and Fuller's aiti tlet. Medicine Chests, hie. Co liberal terms, mh 25 An FRENCH LANGUAGE. A YOUNG .Man, a native of Switzerland, who can be well recommended, would undertake the teaching cf the Frenc h language, in an academy, or would take charge of a gentlemar.'t family, and to the French language would add that of writing, arithmetic, geography, 4r. Ac. His terms would he moderate, and would do all in bis power to render himself u'dul Pleas address line for A. at No. 16J Broadway, which will be respectfully attended to. N. B. The advertiser has no objection to go to any part of the United - State. mh 25 x?w To lAaie for a term nfyeart, TWO lots of ground, in the vicinity of the centre market, one fronting on Orange - street, (nearly opposite the Irish Church) the other on Hyndctvstrcet. Apply to D. ? JtF. Eq. VlAiae - street, or T. JOSE, mh!l 2w 16 Nassau - street. JfORTH RIPER & TF.AM BOATS., : " . Tfte Chancellor Living - A In won will kae IVew - lorit Tngaffli yon Saturday, lhe2!lth inst 6 P. M. There will he a boat leave - New York every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 6 P.M. and Albany on same day at 9 A. M. until further notice. run is NKWBDKCIl and CAS'AS'llAIOCAHAIl. - SrAl.E TB&KK TIMFS A WBKK. LEAVES w'ewburgh every Sunday, Tuesday, and 1 hursday aiornings, at three o'clock, runs through Montgomery, Bloominghurgh, Montkello, by n;i T - l... f - .t i i . ui.. . ..., line unmc, vuriicvwik viuuiii f moaaiii, Bend, Chenango Point. Oweza. Ithica. aud Ge neva, toCanaodaigua. Hemming lea es Canandaigua every Mon day, Wednesday and Friday morning at three o'clock, and arrives at Ncwburgh, the third day in time to take tlie Steam - boats which arrive in New - York the following morning - OCT It may be exprrled (hat at all ttmtt when the sUom - boati alter their dnyi of runnitig, that thu ime wirt alter to at to meet them. The whole route will be perfumed in three days, from the first of May, until the first of November and from the first of November until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until the first of May, in four days and from 'lie 15tli lk comber, until the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to Canandaigva in four days. Passengers travelling from New - York to Canandaigua, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N. lork in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Canandaigua in three day a a distance of three hundred miles. The line is well furnished with good, new carriages ; good horses, and careful'and experienced drivers Every attention will be paid to render the passageofthe traveller safe, easy and expeditious ; and it is believed that the accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the state. (If r AKr. from iewburgli to uauandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS N. B. A branch of the name line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. AUo, a line runs from Owego Tioga Point, thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, lie. BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. David f 5odfrr y, Bloominghurgh, E. C. St. John, Mount Pleasant, j L. ii R. Manning, Chenango, IProprie - Lulher Gere, Itiiica, I tors. Samuel Grecnliff, Geneva I Oliver Phelps, Laming, J mh 14 IGm NOR TH RIVER STEAM BOA IS. ff QZj - The public i repcct - luny linormeu inai uie aia - on will leave IMew - XorK, non Monday next, the 16th March, at 9 o'i Im k, A. M mh 11 MMn Thp itrnnriftora. with fi A"I view of accommodating the w k - 1. 1 : - i , : .1. - :.. Norwich, intend making the experiment with the Fulton, Capt. Law, and this route (if found practicable) will be continued during the season. I he line will in future tie trom Sew York to Norwich, as follows : The Connecticut. Capt. T.unker, wid leave New - York every Monday, It'eduttduy and Friday, at 8 o'clock, in the morning, lor new - Haven. I he t ulton, Capt Law, will leave Norwich at 6 o'clock in the morning of the same da s, touch at Jfew - London and depart iron theuoe for Jev Haven at o'clock. The boats will meet at A'eie men, and depart from thence every Monday, If'ednrt - dny and Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening the Lonneciicui lor ieui - i one, aua me ruiton lor AVir - Lutuiun and JYotwich. nihl7 tAM BOAT FOR SALE. ftiy - For sale, a well finish - lied bleain - bout, of smal tile, with 2 cabins and cal culated to carry convenient ly aooiil ixty passengers' Her hull is of the best timber, and she is copper bottomed up (o the bends, prepared to he put into a hue ol running immediately. She draws but ti.irtr - two inches ul water, and from Uie advantageoui con struction other machinery, can le worked at one lialfthe daily expense ol sleam - hoat in general. !"he will he sold a great hnrgain, il applied lor shortly. Enquire at No. 411 Wall - street, of mhttOtf ISAAC G. OtJDEN CO. NEW MUSIC IU8T published by W.VI. Dl'BOIS, at his J piano forte aud music store, No. 116 Broad - yay, Braham's celebrated Polacca, arranged as a Rondo, by Stuihelt Favorite Venetian Air, arranged as a rondo, by Latour Paddy O'Carroll, with variations for the piano lorte, by f . K.. Aloran. SONGS. O softly sleep my Uaby Boy The Last 'Token, or remember dip. Also, all Mr. 1'hilipps' Songs to be bad at ; hove. feh 17 EDUCATION. ,RS. DAWSON lately from tlie Eastern L y I Continent respectfully informs the public, that she has opened a School in Cherry - street. No. 911, where young Ladies will be carefully instructed by ln relf and daughters, in writing, arithmetic, dmwing, historj, geography, use of tlie giot's, nnd needle worn in all varieties. Mr. D. begs leave to observe that her tyitem oi leacning iiornieu iromnrrown experience; greatly facilitnte the improvement of youth with and pleasure to themselves, and saves an incredible portion ol their time, when emplojed in the usual way. Great attention will be paid to EnlithGramuiar, Reading and Pronunciation. N. B. Writing and Drawing in a superior manner hv Miss Dwon. mh 11 3w TO FARMERS. fl HE subscriber can furoi'h the fanners of JL the ailjacent country with ground Planter of Paris in any quantity, on the shortest notice, in barrels or otherwite. JOHN DYER?,. Feb 23 tf Foot of Harrison - st. N. R. rpALES of Wonder, of Humour, and of senti - .1 ment, original and t. - aushded, hv Anne and AnnahcUa Plumtrc, in two volumes, nricetwo dollars. Alto, Cuvier's Hit'ory of the earth, with mi - neraloical nolet, and an account of Cuvier's 'Theological Discoveries, by Professor Jumeion. To which are now added, observations on the geologv of North America, by Samuel L. Mitch - ill, M. D. re lived iwid fur sale by C0l.LI.N3 fi HANNAY, n.I. S44t 2J0 Pearl - street. NOTION ftj - About theSOthof Sept. Ias. three men brought mlotl.e New - Inlet, in the town of Herr.p - ftrn.l, on Long Uland, a small fishing boat. One uf llu m stated that the boat wasr.ill. - d Uie Hum ming Bird, of Portland. (M.) and belonged to hirh : that Ihtv were then en ttteir rastase Imm Philadelphi to Nesport, (K. I.) and had put in on account of some dnnage which the boat had suitamed, and from a w ant of provisions. The men leit the bout, v ii h a fihin n - t on boird of her, in the nosnssicn oflhe suhtcribtr. and rjro - novd to call lor tlx - m oa their return from New - York. On examinioe the stern I' the boat, her name spfirars to be the Meteor, W" Brulol ; This circumstance, together with the fact, Uiat ir.e men aoove n.ntii ne(l have not called lor the boat, induces the subscriber to believe that st.e did not belong to It - em, or cither nt th?ro. The owner of the boat and net can ordain osession of them hy caJI'ng cn the tul"criir. proving proiierty, and paying Uie eipentet. SAMUEL SEAMAN. HempMeadl(L.I ) March II, 1818. mbl3 2w ICILY MADEIRA WINE. 8 pipes old Si - 3 ciiv Madeira ie. imiKirtri in 1R1 - .. Cr sakhy TUCKER LAUMES, SI Bh 13 S9 South - street. TOST CHAISE LINK. FOR PHILADELPHIA. A POST CHAISE will leave New - York eve - t.r,o. nt 6 o'clock in the mornine by way of Newark, only ix paMen - gers admitted, ami arrive ia Philadelphia Uie " .. .. , art cn same evening, r are ix.roueu, ao . - i. - .. Ci.n. nn.t I T..0 k'vnmmetit. Will Jllfriicw wicwiu ...,,. . - . leave New - York every day (Sunday excepted) ..... . n . i , . i l1 i n . it. on. at nail pasx x, in uie oirasi iw ta, and arrive at Philadelphia the next day nt 4 o'cleck, by the bltnin Boat X. I a A iroro orisvoi. Fare hrough 5 dollars 60 cent. For Seats in the above lines, apply at the I om Chaise Stage and Steam Boat Office, 1 13 Broad - urow r.Trtraif a fl.s I nv nnrci. ify All goods and baggage attic risque of Uie owner. JOHN N.CUMMING, Newark. JOHN GULICK & SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON U HOWELL, Philadelphia. JV. B. Exvrcsit$ tent to any part of the Union. mhg j tool COACH ld.Nt.oK irHlLADr.l.l SilA BT W AX OF POWLR8 - HOOK rssam IMPORTAMT TO ASEHCEB8. No connection with the post chaise line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, ANDOPPO SITION REVIVED. ANEW Line of Post Coaches witbevery con - lenience for passengers and baggage, on Springs 'JH ROUGH IN ONE DAY. 'The Post Coach wil I start from the Couch office, old No. 1 Courtkind - street, N. York, every raoniing, Sundays excepted, at 1 - 2 paitC o'clock, by way of Newark, New - Brunswick, Prince ton, l renton bki urisioi, aim arnve ui i niiauei phia (he same evening. The Steam Boat Line INDUSTRY, will start from New - York every morning (Sundays excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the Steam Boat Atalanta, from the north side of the Battery, lodge at Kingston, and arrive in Philadelphia next day to diue I'nit' d States Mail Coach, with a guard, with every convenience fur passengers and baggage, on springs. TbeJJ. S. mail coach will start Ircui the coach office, old No. 1 Courtlandt - street, New York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at a o'cloclt. uary 6 passengers admitted. For seats inthc above named Lines, apply to THOS. WHTirlr.LD, at the old estaonsnea Coach, Stage and Steum Boat office, at the old No. 1 Courtlandt - street, the second office from Broadway, INew.York;to ISAAC bKUvvjx, No. I YVashingtoD - streit; or to A. T. GOODRICH & CO. No - 124 Broadway, corner of Ce - dar - street, New - York. ft7 - AII goods ami hnggaae at the risk of the owner. JOStPH LYON, SONS ii CO. N. B - Expresses sent to any part of the Continent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Jan VI LATIN, FRENCH AND ITALIAN I.ANdC Ati ICS. A J R. CASA'PI, formerly president of the IV J. Atheoeus of Treviso, and perpetual secretary of Uie Academy of Belles Lettres, at Venice, Sic. offers his tervicet a teacher ol the La tin, Italian and French languages, in academies, boarding schools, or private lesions. He would have no objection to take hoard in a respectable private family with pupils, in order to perfect them io Uie languages. Sufficient references will he given: Any commands addressed to him fto thecareof Messrs. Bernard le Mnndon, No. 20 Maiden - Lane) will meet with immediate at tention, innsruiuf VALUABLE REAL J - .oTATK OR SALE, in Tns (.it or kew - tork. L?IVE lots of grouuil on the west sideofGreen - JL wicli - ntrecl, between V eitry tod Uetbro ses - slrrets, 25 by 80. Four do in the rear of the above, fronting oo the east side of WathiHgton - street, 25 by liO. Eight do in the block below, between Wash - ingtou and Wet - treete. In Montgomery County. G000 acresofLapd in Lawrence's purchase, near East Canada Crekk, on the north side ol the Mohawk. In Franklin County. 15,163 acres ol Land, io Uie towns of Mount Morris and Dayton. In Essex County. 7332 acres of Land in Uie town of Barry more. In the County of Lewi. 1250 acre of land in Casterland, Ch&siani Purchase. In Saratoga County. 2600 acre in Palmer's purchase. Enquire at the office of the subscriber, 34 Cedar - street. BEV. ROBINSON. mh 17 tf LKPS ITCH OIST.VEJVT, WARRANTED an infallible remedy nt one application, may be used with perfect safety on infauts a week old, not rontain:ng a particle ot mercury ,or any dangerous ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with that offensive smell which attends Uie application of other remedies. 'The a hove medicines are prepared and sold at I. EE'S Medicine Store, No. 46 Maiden - Lane. Mid sold by S. CARLE, cornel of Fulton and Water - streets. Druggists and country store - keepers siwif - lieil on liberal lei - mi. Jan 29 risilKnublicis retried JL' fully informed that the ELEPHANT now exhibiting at No. 2'J6 Broadway, will positive, ly be removed oo of a - 'i ut the lt April next Those that with to srsti iy their c ' ity, viewing tlw wonderful v orls of nature, will do well to embrace this op - . . A ...... fd runl. :V viewing tlie wonderful porv.inivv nuuiiuiivv.rfiM.. 3 tf iC IV M HOcKi.U, No. Mi T T corner of Fulton street, New - York, having received a large snpply of the real JAPAN BLACKING, of Day it Martin, 97 High Hol - boro, London, offers the same, in wliolcsale or retail, lor exportation, or home coniumpticn, on terms the most libera and advantageous to purchasers. Thi inestimahle composition, with half the u - sual labor, produce a moM. brilliant jet black, fully equal to the highest japan varnifh ; aRbrd, peculiar oonrUhment to the leather ; it will not soil the finest linen ; is perfectly free from any unpleasant smell ; and will retain its virtues in any climate. As an incontrovertible proof of the superior excellence of thi blacking, it has stood the test and commanded the mol extensive tale io all quarters of the globe, for upwards of half a ren - tary. FesTtfJ PElV JV TRINITY. TO rent a square Pew, well situated in tlie south gallery of Trinity Church. Enquire at No. 1CJ Front - street. mh 23 v Ma A diKsrsing peMitkMss fcow Id dlstjar.; - - w - .. u...'. uiu, UAiC. DOCTOR HORNE,foreT, Dk.ber of the faculty of rivri. and .argery tf ere, deems it IWd - . ty to re,a! SKctonserratjou oa Tie ahure of MERCURY ! raxh, mdiscriminaUi, and ujaii! fed use rcof,balfeen pr? tive of u.Eiute aiischief. i : ZT sands are arrmrally mercurialised out of eiiiu ence. The ditease we have in view i. . - (.; tal results chiefly to this source. " What a nit that a young mau. the hopes of his country iF Uie darling of ins percnts, should be snitched a way from all the irospect and enjoyments of lifl by the consequences of one unguarded momeail and by a disease not in its own nature fatal. mJ which only proves io from neglect or impromt treatment," A geflllemar, (iate Dr. H' dL tieiit) now perfectly hearfy and well, tad hie under physic ians of general practice, sixytanc ri r iatcdly salivat. d ; when recommeriediil Dr. H.(hy a gcatieman of this city) ws Ijoimi were carious, and hi flesh dropping from UitaT. hi friends declared be could not possibly surthfi two month longir. Thousands experimentall! know with what ease and safety Dr. H. erad cates the severest cases, and confirms the coorti" tution. The Doctor's plan (advertising) ccreury to guard Uie public against the (, a mercury, end other fatal delusions, held fortii.Z Persons, therefore, having contracted Cr vale disorder, or susn :tiiig latent poison, a admonished not to taiu)er Kith their cooitit. tion, or coi.ceal the disorder, till past rerovi. ry ; otJiers having Uie remain of an old caw. or oUier impurities of the blood, asweliuotj er complaints of a delicate nature, in eid, icx. should remember posterity, and do justice to their consciences, by making apphcatios to Dr. H. at his eld and respectable esUh - li.diment, No. 64 Water - street, four house wesi of Old - alip, to ohtaiu that prompt auittance . lone calc ulated to prevent disclosure. And hers let im claim your serious attention Remembtr a supei licial cure is no cure at all ; utiles U.e b. linen is radically done, you will certainly has the disorder break out again with redouhied m iiiii.j, ai cms i.i.i.'c - riv.i , iriiittll men Will betooiate for re niedy. Don't you often meet is (lie streets miserable, mutilated beings, withoat even a bit of nose on their face ! Take warninr I beseech you. Dr. H's. character for skill and stubborn inu grily being universally known in this city, sine iKO - 1, guarantee to patients that delicacy and secrecy hitherto unknown, and having confined his practice foryears past, exclusively to tbecureof diseasts of the blood system, they way safely cxU culateon the most decided advantages in cos - ultjng Dr. H. ( tilcets eradicated in twe or three weeks. Strictures removed withou' bougies ry any other instrument ; and all debilities : likewise aj old ulceration, fistula Sic. A plurality of ofbees are provided, andsoiiti - ated that patients are not exposed toeach other's obiervation. Open till haif past 9 in Uie evening. All person concerned are invited to h free is calling, and speaking with Dr.H. whiob i Irt of cost. And here the Doctor cannct avoid the expression of gratitude for innumerable recommendations, and for the decided preference fit is presumed with just cause) long eiven him bra judicious puhlic. r, . , , , . . , . a . is. u. aii leiversmusv ue posi paio. Dr. Buchanan. Aug7 lv JfhffHEH (iUALKf.HV JWhlWdTj - TION. DiR. EVANS' tuperior method of curing a certain Disease, is now universally acknowledged in this city ; his mode of treatment is perfectly mild, safe, es peditiou. and hi cbars, iroa'jiiauie. ll every u - lance be warrnfils a cars, and will return the payn'h doc no't perform agreeable to contract. m 1 .Iri. - lutl flM - TArtf ,V. - wa4 iTiere are many persons in this city and its vicinity, laboring under various chronic diseases, tuch as cancers, old inveterate uTcer, sc - ouii or kings evil, nstnlas, diseases of the tretira, bladder and kidnies, old complicated complaints of a certain nature, bilious and other obstructions, rheumatism, c. which they consider incs - hospitals in Europe IS years, under some of th first Surgeons and Physician in Uie world, an made Uiose obstinate disease bis constant study for 30 yeay. Oct 1 ny The subscriber having recently returned froui England with an important improvement on the artificial spring LEG, ha takes this method of informing his friends and the public, that all those who are so unfortunate as to ! in wanttf a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by ap plying at Io. 77 Barclay - street, New - Tors:. . Jan 22 iVM. PURVIS. IVs - WIf EATON k DA - VIST .Fancy Chair Manufac turers. No. 153 Fulton - street, opM.tiie St. Pauls Chsrcb, offer for sale, wholesale and retail, a large and elegant assortment uf Curld ilapU, plain painted and ornamented in gold ii hronre, Bamboo, Plain and Gilt Balls, Rocking, Sewing, and Coiivens - (i in i:(i - ir. Rnfxa. SettCCS. Loungee. Music Stools, Sic. 0 - .l,,r Tmr.. In. n.ri f h AVM - utsd with ueatness and dispatch. u.o un;urs repairea, paimea ana ornamctix" - mh 9 JY.'H' DnESSlNG ROOM. VFRUMENTO, No. 1 Wall - street, jutr . turned from Italy, has the honour to infor the gentlemen, Uiat he cuts and dresses hair is t'.e latest style, nnd in a manner so a to adopt it to the phisiognemy. He has for sale a quantity of RAZORS of Uie first quality, if not please on trial, the purchasers aio at ""berty Io return them, and receive the money. He hat likewi - e procured a very fine hone, and eng3B to restore raiors to a very keen edge and ilwuio . 1 . . . ,. n m TC e. wry noi cui ne win receive no icwr - . . Those gentlemen who may please to honor Ii"" with their patronage, may depend on Uie mo particular and respectful attendance. N. B. Gentlemen who subscribe by the quarter will have Uieir razors, c. kept exclusively for Uieiusc - lves. P. S. A good journeyman wanted. APP1 as above. n 6 THE CIRCULATING LIBRARY? - 8 "J" . . ru.,l. - D fonuttiae " extensive and c'hoice collection of historjt 'r veis, voyages, ntograpny, romance, m . tales, plays, reviews, magatines, tic CMaloguetmay be examined at the library, which is open for subscribers, a usual. twmh4tf "' NEW - YORK :'n PRINTED AND PUBLISHED MICHAEL FUJiNHAJt CO. No. 4t Pmn - rrMKT. mm ralile, tney can renmwy uc turcu iiu geoeraii by applying at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, No. 9. Peck - slip, having practised in exteluivs txsssssv, 1

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