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i ,1 I' ... v - . I 1M .'! i ' '4 '. it' x. " . . - - . ' INSOLVENTS, JJ)?ERT1S1NG FOR - THE 6ENZnT0rTHE ACT THIS STATE.' :"' 01D ?tM tu. AAT AaOCS, TS '.. FriiAt rarxa. ; , ', . - ' AWrrt - efo Richard Riker, Roctrder, WUIUmW. Morris, Apil 23 N WdJ Hooglaad do ' Thomas C. Terry, Jon f , Daaiei Tumr, April 27' t Jena Bailey, May & . . . - IMm Wilder, JuMt . panil 8. Baker,.May 8 ' Hits PeHetrcM, May S . , MitoMTowDMnd. April 30 Thomas Marshal, Jim. April 30 ? Henry Hasting, Msy 26' : ,. Stephen Mo, May fo - Nathan O. Otnorn, April 22 s Ambrose D Fries. April 29 I - Joseph 8istare, April 28 Perkins Nlchoitv Mar 6 . Joha B. Lafoy, April IB oo i. aianuora, raij is John Drpew. April 2 i . Adam Dobb April 2 J - ? Peter Sclimldt, Mny 23 Philip E.Muhenbrrg. do i Lewi Roger, April 28 j v Jas. Gale, May II ... Aroma Lavsud, April 21 Joseph Dow, April 29 . i Tbossai Bailer. Mar 12 ' Alfred Ward, April II Jsaae Cropty, April 18 James Coyle. May t William Hamiltoa, Iprfl U Jtacbal Waodell, ApnJ 13 n Abraham L, Schuyler, April 29 , Abraham Theall, April 14 ' . Thomas Storey, April 28 1 JudtooCaaflelddo James Morreli, April 18 John Briggs. April II , Jotuara A7ruch, April tl .' . JobaB. Wiibnr, April 25 iJaniel Sttnton do . ' Benjamin Chariton, April 4 . Pay ton Gay, April U . Wi Jiam Eastoo, joa. AprO 11 Lewia Kaeler, April 4 , ". Jeremiah Keeter, do - 0 ' Beniamin E. Prim. April 11 Sylvester Gilbert April 30 VVtfliaaWitooft, April 28 " Valentine W. Waalio, April 28 3 !. PtiUip Jnnai, April 11 , pward Uadbaatcr, April 1 i Join While, Joa. March 31 Anory Gam'ige,' April 4 Newell Bracket!, April 1 Hoaen .Dodge. April 14 Jaraf Purcll, April U . Joel Tay, April 10 ' Joho Valcotioe, April 4 , Jobo Iltadriclitoft, April 4 ' Beojaoiia H. Akin, April 4 .'. RumI 11. Hamiltoa. Mnrcb 31 Albany aunlghrfort Philip S. Pttjltr, Re - . ctrdrr, tnumny, - ' KIiplaliit Steel, June 3 ; Hornre Brou;liton, April 17 Jolip 9. Jooet, April 24 ChktlM Ht(lt. Anril 54 ' Kobtrt Anderana 4c Wil lam Anderson, May 8 John G. Wheelock, of Bethlehem, April 10 (toorge Viaing, Jr. May 1 " ' JJaaiel Power, do ' gteptieu 8. Malmn, April 3 . " Sainuel Fuller, April 10 ' Abraham C. ShuMon, April 3 Btjart - i polio Moor t. Aaher Sturdevar.t, u( Coeyman. April 18 Xaditon nlny htfort Peter Ainit, firiljvdgt fH Peterboro'. . Joeph Moflet, April 25 ' 6tfiMien Matthewtoo, ofSmithCild, andSilai . Chnnh, April 4. Lyman liokoruh. ofBrookfield, March 28 J 00 Hoooe, April 4 D.iniel Denton, rrfSuIHTsn, April 4 Henry I. Walrath, ol aullivan, April 4 OUego County Btfore Jonpk fVhitt, Jiril Judgt in the town Cherry t'aUt. Job Milk. May 23 Rtmiumin Stile, ftlnv 1C Montgomery etntniy Before Alexander Sheldon, hrtt JuUti tn vnarutlon. John Rtoner. of JoiiMtowa. Aoril 25 WillinmS. Ware, Williara Lewi, Dod John Tremper, April 1 1 CVfy if Trt Before WUKam L. Marty, Eiq. Ambrote march, April 10 H - nrr Stilkon, April 4 . Jotin Ifrann, April 18 ' J abet Van Alien, April 11 . Beniamin Mnre. rr Coxtackie, April 18. Onondaga County Before Jothua FormmJtTtt Juajct in UTionaaga. EJijM. W - toa, June 6 Levi Pond, June 1 Sila Ball, ol Otitco, May 20 eheinlah Millard, of Salioa, April 17 lirael Dwinnell, of Manliui, April 14 David 'Villiam, ofTnlly, April 7 f tiaac W.Aferill.ofSulina. ApirlS . Srlah Woodroff, March 31 YtoUmton Countft - Before Anthony I. Blanch - mra in Salem. Jane I. Catlia, 4pril 23 Aia Jolinion, of hite Creek, April 17 John Po'ter. April 18 . Abrn'iain Carle, of Argyle, and Francit Crocker, of White Creek, April 10 Timothy Utley,' of White Crrek. May 1 Genet iee rounlv Brfirt John H. J una, Jin Judge, in Leueiter. ' Darid rtamim, May 5 Gilr Oinhop, May 21 ' Sylvmmi ilamiu md, do rnnC'n Nour?, Mav 28 - Ellirk I'nwell, of Uativia, May 21 Joipb Howe, jr. April 20 ' Kigali Sniith, oi n May 6 KrnniiiSinili, Caledonia, April 18 Erie Stone. May 8 , William Hull. Alay 8 ' Elliott Harroun, April 17 llndneT vv.idkworlh, ofbheMoo, April 15 OliTerUUka. of Bntavia. April 8 Ssrtog eounty Before Salmon Child, Jin! Juaicr.,tnweenfleu. Joieph G. Pinne, My 25 Robert Badicley, ol Orange, April 20 Charle Peck, April 11 Jabci C'onntock, ofGalway. May 8 ' Timothy Kaoz, of WaterforU, April 6 Emanuel Lyon, of Stillwater; April 9 . Peter aervn. May 6 Samael Gleeeon, at Greenfield, April 30 ' ejii. - imiii Bennet. at do. April 30 Jobn M. flerrr. of Norlbuiubrrland. April 27 Maui C Van dea Bcrgb, of Waterford, April Columbia count 4r fore J. D.MtntU, Uudion Andrew Race, May 19 t'riel Sherman, April 25 V Job ) P. Sbulelt, May 9 Jam - S. Van Valkenburgh, May 15 - .lirael II. Pvgaley. April 17 W illiam Fellow, May 15 Eratiui William, May 7 ' Elijah Brown, jr. do Hcjfteuh Steel, April 53 W'3.C. Smith. Anril 10 Chenango county - B'forrObaiiakGerman, Eiq. vtJsorteuA. Auitin M. Teobroerk. John Bettia, of Bainbridge, April 17 Noye Wbeeler.jr. May 4 . . JoimTwitrhell, May 4 Oliver 11 . Ptwlpt, April 27 ArtharN. DMene. do ' John Baker, ol Binbnils, April U mrivuii, nyitl II Juilui Slmttm k; April 17 r Jeremlnb Hingbam, of Greene, April7 Su6encorcrtf - Before TlitmiuM'Bunuy, Jint J udiee, in Paintrd - Pott. Jacob Conklin, jno. June 8 m Reynold liiiL, May 4 Oneida tovnlyBfort Xathan IfVZunru. Eli - ba Borrow, of Rome, May 4 llobert Grare. Jr. of Pari, April 11 Seore .Vorni S. MtUer. . Aboer Baitlett, June 2 Jonah - W. Bagg, June 2 Jacob llorey, of Trenton, April 18 Wendell Berry, of Wbiteitowo, April 18 Ormgc etvnig Before JTathan H. White, Eiq. ,ii iroenen. , Thoa G.Efaa, April 25 ppam f Mogtgvaery, April 25 ' Htarf MTenrilbstr,! Manfcosaery, Mck 31 J,rtm.Cmatn:.JBcfore If.D, Ja. Pwel,of Hinf(Wl(i. Apnl 23 Ebeo BartholTa. of Browarim AplSS Stk Warner, of Gbaaapwa, may AaXana Camntv. before U rn. Beekmmn, AJf at Sharon. ffatnaa Aadrewa, May 30 Henry P. AUny, of Brooaje, Apnl W Btnrgui Sloan, ofCarHle, My.9. J(nl.Moot,olJcifcron, Apnl4 DuUheto Count - Before JtmM f' Bilat E. Hatgbt, Apnl 29 John Robeoa, April 27 Jowpb M. MKrd. May 28 Samatd UM, May 23 a P v.irkan. Mav 23 Lodowkkllopkim, of Rhinrkeck, and Jobn 8. Caverly, of Ponghkeepaie. April 14 John Hendria, of Kedlraok, April 20 Jotepfa II. Cnnnroghani, May 1 Delaware Count before Itamc Ogden, Eit Benjamin Constable, April 28 Pbmea llowlaad, Jr. May t RoiweH Pork, April 4. gyhretter Pre too, of Roibcry, May 4 Uwta Wtfd, April 4 Moaea L. PcadeU, April 4 ilemu Hawkina, of Franklin, April 4 f arm County before Win, nobardu Darid Ufcrton, April 27 Gela Wltitnan. of Luaernt, April 25 JoImi 3. 8t John, of do do Axariah Ecorkld, May 30 Elaa 8perry,of Qaeetubnrg, April 18 Andrew Howig, do r Heary G. Breeae, April 25 ' JoaepD Amet, of Queenabtiry, May 9 Ira llarri. of do. Atnil 18 Benjnmin Hammond, jr. April 18 Fraaier Harria, May 16 John Noion, of Warrenihurg, April 18 Baauel Crane, jr. Apnl 3 Herkimer County, before fathom Smith. John Even, May 2 Suffolk County before T. Strong, Eiq Elias Terry. May 1 Jonaa Hawkin. April 18 Wa, Trier, of Brookhaven, April 13 Sullivan County, before H'tUtam A. Thampton, r.tq. el liompton. Nathan Burnham. May 9 Andrew Arret. Mar 6 Daniel Niren, May t Jacob VanLoovan, May t Otto Wm. Van Tuyl, April 25 Gilbert Miller, of Nevenink, April 15 J amp Gorton, April 8 Seneea County Before J Knox, Eiq.aiJuniut, Jeremiah Spicer, April 27 Marthal Lewi, April 6 franklin County, before A Hon Man, Eiq. Henry Bagley, of Fort Covington, April 18 Ontario County, before Judge Auholai. Joel A. Crane, May 7. Isaac Damon, of indoi, April 7 Before JV. rV. HowelL Etc. at Canandaigua. Thome Francitco, May 7 Fred - rick Sample, of Pittiford, April 28 Bencmi Griiwnld, of Livonia, Appi 23 John 'irrene, April 27 Clinton County, before Pliny Moore, Eiq. Sharpe Allen, of Plattburg, April 30 Cayuga County, before Judee .H tiler. Abrahiim Smock, of Aureliu, April 24 Calvin t - 'hapin, "do May 4 Aaaliel M. Bennet, May 9 Joitdh Buck, May 1 1 KraMu I). Tuttle, May 31 Richurd ftbiner, April 18 A Siinptotif of Aureliu. April 25 C'hurle Rohimon, of bripio, April 12 Thnmai Manahau, ol'bcipio, April 9 errtlnndt County, before Judge Kerf . Samue I IflKult, June 2 henry bmitb, do Timothy Burr, of Preble, AprO 21 John Sloan, Miy 10 Joiiah Wilcoiion, May 18 John Smith, Jun, of Virgil, April 8 Henry Weaver, May 8 Hcnuelanr county, before Judge Mmtm. William Kreemnu, April I'J Aa L. Caiwell, April 22 William BurgeH, of Pittilown, April It St. Lawrence County, before Judge Ford. Reuel Taylor, May 30 Jeite Strttter, nf Itofiie, April It . Schenectady, before G. Cleveland. Calvin Blanihard, April 27 John Chadwick, April 20 i'eler Robbin. May 18 Otii Knis - ht.Mav 12 Peletiah Adam, April 22 ' Peter Robbini. Mar II Charmian Taber, April 15 ioga Countv, before Judge Baker. Go. C. Taine, May 5 Oitrego County, before Judge Mooney. John Gilbert, April 18 Queen County, before Cary Dunn. Joseph Smith, ofllempitead, April 2 Broome County, b'foie judge Brilliant. Jonathan Edward, of Biughainpton, May 19 Litter County, before iuHge Elmendorf. Conrad Letter, of Wo'Jstiick, Apt 21 'Niagara, brfore judge It'tlktmon. Harry Ilenihaw, June 2. liN CHANCERY. IN CHANCERY. fctate of New - York, u. S pursuance ofanerderol this honorable court, bearinz date the third dav of March, inst. will be told at public aucinn, at the Ton'ine Coll'ee House, in the city of New - York, under the di rection of tbe iiihscriber ns one of the mailers ol this court, on Tuesday the 31st day ol March, instaut, at !2o'clork at noon All those certain five lot of ground f whereof Anthony Leipennrd, ol the city of New York, Ee the father of Leon ard Lespenanl, was seiiedin lee simple nt the lime of hi decease, and which uiwn a division ol the estate of the said Anlhony, fell to the share and portion of the said Leonard,) situate lying and being in the eighth ward, ofthentv of New - York, and are known and distinguished in a certain map or chart made of the estate nf the said Anthony uesriennrii, necenea, ny mis numners three hundred and eighty (wo, three hundred and ei&fflv four, three hundred and eichtv - three. three hundred and Ofly seven, and three h'liidred and fifty - eight, and taken together are bounded and contain as follow, to wil, north westerly on ( bompson St. one hundred and thirty leet more or less, toutheaierlr on lot number three hun dred and blty six, sixty leet more or less, north eaterlv on lot number three hundred and eighty one Of the said Leonard Lespenard, ope hundred feet more or lets, and nulhw eatrrly nv laud of the said Leonnrd Lespenard appropriated; for Ihecon - tinuatioo of Vestry street, one hundrrd feel more or less ; and also all those four certain lots, piece or parrels of ground, situate, lying, and being in tbe eightb ward of the city of New - York ; oe - inc part of tlie land which on a division of the es tate of Anthony LisH nard. dw eased, among hi heir, by Commissioners appointed hy the Mayor' court of the said city, was set off to the said Leonard, and are known and dislineuished on a map of the said division made by the said commissioner br the number three hundred and eighty five, three hundred and eightysit, four n unarm ana iwene, lour nunarea aoc imrieea, and taken together are hounded and contain as follow, to wit : southeasterly on Thompson - street, seventy two feet ; southerly on a line, which if Vestrv street were continued eastward of Sullivan street, would be northerly tide there of ; northwesterly by ground ol Alexander L. btewart, and Sarah bis wife, one hundred and eighteen feet ; and northeasterty by a line to be nrwo parallel with Broome - street, (liroome - et. oems nity leet wide) nod diant therefrom lour nunancn ma seventy - are leet, one hundred leet k.:..r.i.. . . also all the cround lying between the (aid four lrU abo described, and the ground of Miller and Baker, and bounded likewise by the aid souUieaiterly and northwesterly bouodarie whatsoever the same may contain; to - ether with 'uraiKiiMiiti. Lfaieo inarch 7, 181B. u , , JAMES A. HAMILTON, mh 9 law2wdt Master ia ChancerV. ICARAGUA WO()I).i8 tons, ofa rape ILI nor quality, for sale by ' I . .. TUCKER & LAURIES. TUCKER & LAURIES. mhll 29 Soath - ttreet. SACRED MUC. V. CT SUBSCRIPTIONS lor a Grand ORA - T&alO, by it Mew York liandrt and Haydn Society rtet tb tavportance ol !ctt1 mmk a roaaicted with ton imbbc worthin of God, rl duly coMidrrl,rl mart be admitted that it ha. not t yet received that encouragement fmn the pablic to whkh it ia iwrtlv nutted. The Oratorio lately given by Um Handel and Haydn Society of IM city oi ?em - ivrm, aimrded an eaterum - aaettt highly gratifying s yet tha remit ha not been Mica aa to aflora the public the hope of a permanent continuance of thai Mefal aaaociation. 1 great eipeaae of ptoraring maaaacript aad otiierMaaic, with the unavoidable espentea of preparing and firct uting iach perionuan c, have eiceeded toe receipt The Society i aevertheVM thereby now in poaaetaion of a Tamable collection, of Minic, oi the greareat conipoeera, and believe it will not oe queiuoned, ibai iney nave ai roeir uraiorio, brought together more mnaical tnhnl than ha been combined on any other imilaroccaion in the United State. Cooceivtkgit important that inch music should not be lost to our city, and rack an xsociation for lb perionaanc tnereof should Dot be dis persed, bat enouraged ; ana it being under stood that the aociety are willing to adbnl the citiient of ISew - Tork another opportunity of patreoizuig their institution, and Ibereby enable it to obtain a fund to meet it current esperrse We, the ubacriberv, do hereby promise to pay lor the number of ticket set to our re pert ire names, at one dollar each, on delivery, to soth person or person as shall be appointed by the standing committee of said society to receive the tarn, each of which olaaill entitle the bearer thereof to admission to an oratorio to be given by laid aociety in May next, and whenever the amount subscribed snail be equal to the proba ble expenses, the subscription list shall be clo sed, and no ticket shall be told for less than $3 each Subscription wrll be received by A. T. Goodrich, 124 Broadway i T. & J. Swords, 160 Pearl - street ; or of any of the standing commit tee. mh 24 6t INDIGESTION, or bOUR STOMACH. IS acknowledged by medical writer to be a complaint of stubborn kind, and nt all tiroes very difficult of cure. This i sufficiently illus - . trated in the disappointment of those who unfor tunately suffer under it, as they, for the moat part, find that after having tried many thine to little or no purpose, they are at last obliged to use (for perhaps the renioiiiuer oi we; sucn article as can at best but palliate the disease. Under such circumstances, any medicine capable of rerao vine the complaint, must surely be an article highly deserving the attention of all tbnee who are afflicted with it ; such a combination is to he met with in DR. MEAD'S ANTI - DYeEP - TIC or STOMACH PILLS the ucces of which has never yet been equalled, for the cure of dyspepsia in ill most complicated form, such a lost of appetite, nauea, heartburn, ditulen - cy, gnawing pain In the itoraacn, pain in tne liae, great cusuvenesa, paieuen in mc iuuuic - nance, lansuor, lownesi of spirits, pain in the head, virtigo or giddiness, una disturbed sleep. Whoever applies these pill in the a hove disease, according to the directions, will never be disap pointed, as they have never been once kuown to fail in producing a radical and permanent cure The use of a single box will couvince the most unbelieving: of their efficacy. They will most effectually remove all sources of the stomach, not merely by neutralising the acid, hut by correcting that morbid state of the tecretion which gives rise to it, and at the siinie time will restore to the denilitaled organs of digestion, that tone and vigour which is absolutely necessary to the well being of the nnimal economy. Price one dollar per box. For sale by JU11.I J. JVIUKKIMJ., LlrUgglSI, No. 1B8 Greenwich - street. Where mar .be had, wholesale and retail, a large and general assort merit of genuine Drugs and Medicines s Surf eons Instruments; Apothe - enry's Glass - Ware i English and American Pa tent Medicine. Also, Oyer and fuller's aiti - cles, Medicine Chests, &lc. On liberal term. nilit.i 12 m FRENCH LAGUAUtC. A YOUNG Mad, a native of Switserland, who . can he well recommended, would under take the teaching cf lh French language, in an academy, or would take chaigeof a gentleman's fnmily, and to - the French language would add that nf writing, arithmetic, geegraphy, tie. kc. His terms would be moderate, and would do all in his power to render himself useful rlease ad riren a line for A. nt No. 163 Broadway, which will be rrpectfullr attended to. - N. B. The advertiser has no objection to go lo any part oi the united - State, mh 25 2w Trantportation to Pilttburgh, through the elate r 1 HE subscriber, who lis been engaged for JL several years in forwarding merchandize to different parts of the United States, offer hi service to the merchants and trader of the western states and territories, a agent to transnort nronertv of evcrv dccriDlion from the ci y of New - York to Pittsburgh, in the state nf rennsylvuvia Uoods shipped at New - York, onboard "the wESTias lis" of sloops for Albany, can be delivered at Pittsburgh, it is believed, in as short, a time, as by any other route vet uncovered i the once nt transporta lion tor the whole distance never excersfcngsix ilnlliirs per cwt Proper care has been taken lo select gentlemen of respectability as agents on the several route - , communicating with the Allegany river; ami where extraordinary ex ertions are - required, a conhdcntial person thoroiigUtv acqtuiinlcd with the country, will accompany the goods. All communications on this subject, post paid, will receive the earliest attention of the subscriber, who for approved security will give a credit of six month on a large proportion of the account. CHARLES SMYTH. Albany, state of New - York, 2d February, IS 13. Reference to Messrs Saiterleesfe Co. and Messrs. I. Hyer, and II. Han kin, New - York, fell 7 2aw NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the estate of Ruggles Hubbard, esquire, late sheriff of the city anu county ol New - IorK, a thertff, are re quested to make payment to James L. Bell, esquire, present sheriff of the city and couuty of new - York, on or belore the Drsl day or May next - - or after that period the bills remaining un paid will t put in suit. CATHERINE HUBBARD, Feb II 2awtlMay Administratrix. STOLEN. FROM the house No. 59 Wall - street, j ester - day, a variety of wearing appai el, among which were, a piece of black Icvantine. 1 bom bazine frock, 2 bomoaxet do. 2 ornamented Combs, one set with topaz. A strings Garnest, I do jet, 1 jet Breast - pin, I black Lace Veil. Morocco Alioes, Flower Jars, Parasol and Gold Watch. A liberal reward will be given for the whole or any part of the goods, oo application as above. mh23 lw SELECT BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOYNU LADIES. VI RS. DOWERING, now Mr. Brown, ha IT 1 removed her well known Estahltshiaeitt from New - York to FJisaheth Town, New - Jersey, not a quarter of a mile from the uublic turn pike road. Tbe situation of Ihe place posse every aavaniage ior a seminary ; nod will ena hie her to reduce the price of board suuch low er than can be afforded in New - York. The brans hes taught, are, Orthography, English urammar, neaoing, vtrtitr.s. Arithmetic, Ueo - xraphr. with tbe use nf mans and xlobes. Astro noniv. History. Hlair's Lecture. Comooaitioa. Music, French, Botany, Chemistry, Drawing in crayon. Painting ia oil, on velvet, and ia water - colours, riaia sewing, Needlework oa muslin, Embroidery on silk and worsted, Fillegree, Quadrille, Grotto and Wax - Work, Gilding and Japanning, with a rariety of olbet faac works. mu 1 j in NEW MUSIC. Il'ST r'ihd by Wto. Ul'BOis. ai in piaw rU and muaicatore, No. 128 Broad - ) . . . , . L. - j tlraliam'i i celebrated Polacca, arranged m RraMtn - h KteiMt Favorite Venetian Air, arranged a a rondo, by l - atcur m ... Paddy O'Carroll, with variation for tbe piano forte, by P.K. Moran. - O softly lrepuiy Baby Boy Tbe Last Toknn, or reuieinlr me. Also, all Mr. Pbilipps' Sones to be had as a - bovg. leb 17 EDUCATION. , If RS. DAWSON lately from Hie Eastern it 1 Continent respectfully inform the public. that she ha opened a School in Cherry - street. No. 98, where young Ladies will be caru'uliy instructed by hersell and daughters, in writing, arithmetic, drawing, historj, geography, use of the globes, and needle work in all varieties. ft Irs. u. Dees leave to oDserve mat mr svsiem of "teachiog (formed from her own exwnen e1 greatly facilitates the improvement of youth with case and pleasure to tliemstlres, and saves an incredible portion of their time, when employed in the usual way. Great attention will be paid to English Grammar, Reading and Pronunciation. N. B. Writing and Drawing in a suiwrior man ner hy Miss Dawson. mh 1 1 3w TO FARMERS. r 1 HE subscriber can furnish the farmers of M. the aujaceot country with ground riaster of Paris in aoy quantity, on the shortest notice, in barrtl or otherwise. JOHN BYERS, Feb 23 tf Foot of Harrison - st. N, R. NOTICE. (Kr About tle20thof tept. Ia, three men brnueht into the New - Inlet, in the town of Hempstead, on Long Island, a small fishing boat. One of them staterithat the boat was called the Humming Bird, of Portland, (M.) and belonged to him : that they were then on their passaee from Philadelphia to Newport, (11. 1.) and had put in on account of some damage which the boat had sustained, and from a want of provisions. The men Jeft the boat, with a foiling net on board of her, in the possession of the subscriber, and promised to call for them on their return from New - York. On examininx the stern of the boat her name appears to be the Meleor, of Brutal ; This circumstance, together with the fact, that the men above - mentioned have not called for the boat, induces the subscriber to believe that she did not belong to them, or either of them. The owner of the boat and net can obtain possession of them by calling on the subscriber, proving property, and paying the expenses. SAMUEL SEAMAN. Hempstead, (L.I ) Msvchll, 1818. mh 1 3 2w vVHEATON'S ITCH OINTMENT. ri'MlE long and successful use of this ointment JL is a sufficient recommendation, as it bas been found to be a pleasant, safe and certain re medy for that disagreeable disease in all it it a ... I. - - i i . i r . ! i ii ior saie iu me ciij oi ncir - iors, ov . A. at W. R. post. No. 41 William - street: f. U T. Clark, No. 85 Maiden - Lane ; H. H. SchiefTelin & Co. No. 193 1'earl - strcet: Law rence U Keese. No. 195 Pearl - street : Hall 4 Bowne, 148 Pearl street ; R. tl L.Murray, 313 rearl - street ij. IN. KraUhurit, 314 1 earl - street : John Penford, No. 4 Fletcher - streci : Durvee & toe, in rearl - street; John U. Mornstn. luu Ureenwu'h street ; John f . r isher, 106 Broad - war ; Walter a( Seaman, corner of Chamber - st. aud Broadway, and also in Chatham - street ; and in abort it way be procured at most of I lie Drug Mores in this city Also in Philadelphia, of S. Witherell k Sons 1 George Hanell . North & Ro cen, and almost a'l the druggist in the principal town in the United States. LIKEWI3K, WHEATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS mar he had at the above places. jan 22 6 in To the Cititrniof ftiw - Xork. . F7ERAI1 HAWLEY Phvsician and Dentist. aZA would iuform the inhabitants of New - York, that he has taken an office at No. 321 Pearl - street, where he win extract, clean, file, fit and tet 'J eeth in the most approved manner. He will also prevent any irregularity of the secondary leein, u application is mauc 10 mm in season. He flatters himself, Irom the experience be has bad in hit profession, that he shall be able to give ecneral satisfaction. For character Hit public are referred to Mr. Geo. P. Shipman, merchant, No. 63 South - street, and Doctor A. Ives, No. 282 Pearl - street. Whom it may concern. ftr This certifies, Uiat Dr. Zerah Hawler is a regular bred physician, and in good standing with his nreihren in mis place ; mat he nas paid particular attention to the art of Dentistry, has studied the best European works on the subject, anu nas given very goou suusiaciion iu ims branch to his customers, who are persons of the first respectability in this city. We therefore, with entire confidence, recommend Dr. Hawley to the citizens of New - York, as a dentist. A.nea M union I hit Ivea Nathan Smith j Jonathan Knight - Professors of tlx Medical Institution of Yale Col - New - Haven, Jan. 22, 1U1U. lege. mh 3 4w To Ltate for a term of yean, fPWO lots of irround. in the vicinity of the A centre market, one fronting on Orange - strcet, (nearly opposite tbe Irish Church) the other on Rynders - slreet Apply to D. S. iOkV.S, Esq. 44 Pine - street, or J. T. JONE6, mh 21 2w IS Nassau - street. mtmmaemmmmmmmmummmn LEPS ITCH OATAIE.VT, w ARR ANTED an iufallibie remedr at our application, may he used with perfect safety on mUnts a. week old, not coolanvog particle ol mercury ,or any dangerous ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with that offen sive smell which attends the application of other remedies. The above m lirines are prepared and sold at LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 46 Maiden - Lane, and sold by S. CARLE, cornet of Fulton and ater - 1reeti. Druggists and country store - keepers supplied ou hbeial termi. Jan 29 ' Tl li. l iM hOOKu, .0; .. - si. v T corner of Fulton - street, New - York, having received a large supply of tbe real JAPAN BLACKING, of Day k Martin, 97 High Hoi - born, I.onJob, offer the same, in wholesale or retail, tor exportation, or bom consumption, on terms the most liberal and advantageous lo purchasers. . This inestimable composition, with half the u - sual labor, produces a most brilliant jet black, fully equal to the highest japan varne - h ; affords peculiar nourishment to the leather; it will not toil tha finest linen ; it perfectly fret from any unpleasant smell ; and will retain its virtue in any climate. A an incontrovertible proof of tbe superior excellence of this blacking, it ba stood the test and commanded the most extensive sale in all q u srters of th globe, for up wards of balfa century. Feb 1C PE Iff THIJVtTr. TO rent a square Pew, welt situated m the south gallery of Trinity Church Enquire at No. 165 Front - street. IN ran POST CHAISE LINE. . rf3i rJU T v F ' R PHILADELPHIA. POS r CHAISE will leave New - Y oik eie - ry day (Sunday excepted) ut 6 o'clock in tliemorniwhy way of ewrk, only six pnssen - ger adititudj and arrive in Philadelphia the ..!.. i. - i.iiii'. K&rft through. Tim n,,w S earn Hout Line .rer.menr, win Ini'f N. w - Tnrk evprv dav fSnndnV ixcepted) Hthrtll pail 2 o'clock, in tl feltaaiBo.it Alalan - - i n,ii urriv nt M.iladelf.hia the m - xt d8V at 4 o'clock, by the Steam Boat iETNA from Bristol. t are itiroush i dollars hw cent. I'nr teats in the above lines. 8 1)1)1 V at the 1 oat Chaise Stage and steam Boat Ulhet, I is uroau ....... ..I1..tit. ( I' lv HMp . (jr All good and baggage at the risque Of the owner. JOHN N. GUMMING, Newark. . JOHN GULICK & SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON U HOW ELL, Philadelphia JV. B. t.xprucatitoany)iartofJe Union. mh jYOiJU lile Eli aTEAM Ho.i VS. I he Chancellor i.iving - on fcaturday. the 20th inst ii'U 11 l.ov v - 5l3at 5 P. M. There will be a boat leave .sew Ymk every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 5 1 M. and Albany on tame day at 9 A. M. until further notice, mh 25 Nkwduroh and t asakuaii - ua mail stagk. TURKS TIMKi A VS KKK. r..T - H - l AVLs Newburgneve - StM.! rv Siindav, Tuesday, und Irmrsday mornings, at three o'clock, runs through Montgonitry, Bluomingburgh, Montu tllo, Iiy White Lake, Cohecton, Mount Pleasant, Great Bend, Chenango Point, Owega, lthica, and Ge neva, trCanandaigua. Keturnintr leases Canamlaiinu every Mon - day, Wednesday and Friday m - irnings at three o'clock, and arrives at New burgh, the third day in time to take the Steam - boat which arrive in New - York the following moniinj'. TT It mail be expected tluit at all ttmei when the iteam - boali alter their day of runntxg, that thit line trill alter M at to meet them. The whole route will be perfomed in three days, from the first of May, until the first of November anu irom the tirst of i.ovemDer until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until the firs' of May, in four davs and from the 15th December, un til the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to Canandaigua in four days. Passengers travelling from New - York to Canandaigua, Niagara or Bufl'alo, can leave N York in the evening; steam - boats, and arrive in Canandaigua in sjiree days a distance of three hundred miles. The line is well furnished with good, new carriages t good horses, and careful'and experienced driver 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 tbe state. ' OCT FARFj from Newburgh to Canandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. B. A branch of the same line ruus three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line runs from Owego Tioga Point, thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, bic. . BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey, Rloomingtiurgh, K. (J. St. John. Mount Pleasant. L. ti R. Manning, Chcnaugo, IProprie - Luther Oere, lthica, I tors. Samuel Greenliff, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Laniing, roh 14 d6m THE aUUJVU A'J'EAM BOA T - LIAfE. The proprietors, with a view of occo S public, by ex mmmMto Norwich, eut with (he Fulton, t view of accommodating the extending the line Intend making Hit - i irx - rirueut with (he rulton, Capt. Law, and this - route (if found practicable) will pe continued during the season. - 1 he line will in litture he from lew i or to Norwich, at follows : 1'he Coin.ecticut, Capt. liunKer, will leate isew - lora every .vonaay, Wednesday - and Friday, ai it o'clock, in the morning, for iew - rmtn. I he rulton, ci)t Law, will leave Sfotvich at 6 o'clock in the morning of the same days, touch aXJfev - London and depart from lliencn for JYew Haven at 8 o'clock. The boat will meet at AVw Harm, and depart from thence every Monday, H'ednes - day and Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening Ihe Connecticut lor Vet - York, and the Fulton for ffeu - lMndon and JVoiaVA. - mh17 STEAM BOAT FOR SALE. Oty V or tale, a well finish - hed Steam Boat, of small site, with 2 cabius, and calculated to carry convenient ly aiioul sixty passenger Her bull i of the best timber, and she is copper bottomed up to the bends, prepared to be put into a line of running irumedialelv. she draws nut uuriy - iwo inches of water, and from the advantageous construction of her machinery, can be worked at one half the daily expense of steam - boat in eeocral She will he sold a great bargain, if applied for nuriij. enquire hi .so. ho vv aii - nred, ui rnhZlhT ISAAU U. UliWr.IM K lU. LATIN, FRKISIH AMD ITALI4IS I.ANCOAOKS (11 R CASATI, formerly president of the ivl Atheneus of Treviso, and perpetual secre tary ol the Academy ol Belles teltres, at Ve nice, Kc offers his service as teacher b( the La tin. Italian and French languages, iu academies, boardine schools, or private Itssoni. ne would have no objection to like hoard in a reepectn - hie private lamlir with dudiis, in order to per fect them hi the Im.guagea. Sufficient references will he given. Any commands addressed to him (to the cure of Messrs. Bernard a: Mondon. No. tu Alaideu - Lanel will meet with immediate at tention, mh W IUl VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE, IN THE CITY OF NEW - YORK. T7IVE lots of ground on the west tide of Green A? wich - ttreet, between Vestry "and Desbrot tet - itreett, 25 by 80. Four do in tlie rear of the above, fronting on the east side of waMiinglon - ttreel, 23 by til). Eight do in the block below, between Wash - inetoa aud West - streets. In Montgomery County. 6000 acres ol Laud in Lawrence's purchase, .tear East Canada Creek, on the north tide of the Mohawk. In Franklin Countv. 15,162 acres of Land, iu the towns of Mount orris and Uaytoo. In Essex Countv. 7832 acres of Land in tbe town of Barry more, ' In the Countr of Lewit. 1250 acres of land in Casterland, Ckassanis 1 urchase. In Saratoga County. 2600 acres in Palmer's purchase. Enquire at the office of the subscriber, 34 Ce dar - street. BEV. ROBINSON mh 17 tf f P U E public is respect - X fully informed that the ELEPHANT now exhibiting at No. 296 Broadway, will positive - .y Le removca on or a - bout the 1st April next Those that wish to grati fy their curiuiity, by lie wing the wonderful w orks of nature, will do well to embrace this op portunity. Admittances:) ccau. mh 3 tf O ICILY MADEIRA WINE. If pipes old Si O cily Madeira Wine, imported in If! 15, to fwi - flirilftttirii ifr.yri - I sale ny Tl'tKEll LAUML3, uH 13 29 South - iticct. A diauraiag patkc know k u, distit,, k tweeo things that dificr. DOCTOR HOKNE,fure, r;i - oftl eity ofldoo, ! lumber ol the Realty ofjy! and surgery tire, oem, u Cjj N'S. - i 7 w V? t"1 - f'N lat,'fn'4 'ate, and unimaii tne of intuit mischiaf. inT anus are annually mercsjriarie4 PW. of i2" tnce. I lie disease we have in it T ,)WM :,.! tal results chiefly to this source. VVhatani, that a young man, the hope of hi countr . J Uie darling of hi parenU, should be nitchid . way from all the prospect and tnjoyineot.of l by the conseqiK - ntet of one nngaarded mome? and by a disease not ia its own nature faujl.1 which only prove so from neglect or iamrort. treatment." A gnflemaf, (late Dr! ,$3? Uent) now perftcily hearfy and well, bad bT andtr physicians of gcneial practice, six ? aud repeatedly talivati d ; when reconaaitodH? Dr. 11. (hy a gentleman of this cityThj , l! were cariuu, and his flesh dropping rrom tt7! bis friends declared he could not possibly tZ ' two months longer. Thousand expenmcntViT! know with what ease and safety Dr. H eraH' catct the tererest esse, and confirms Uie'coaTr lulion. The Doctor's plan (advertising) nT. ceiiary to guard Uie public against the itnue i mercury, and other fatal delusion, held forth Persons, therefore, having contracted a nrZ rata tiiionler, or smpecting latent poison H admonished not to tamper with their tion, or conceal the disorder, till past recoval ry ; othershaving the remain of an old c.Y tm tl.A titirmrlf Afik. lslJ er complaint - f a delicate nature, in til sex. hou!d remember posterity, and do in.ur"I to their consciences, by making annhnfiZ 10 Dr. H. at hi old and retpScfaLle k2 lishment. No. C4 Water - street, four bouie WH of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt assiitarxe a lone cali ulattd to prevent disclosure. And her. 11 t me claim yonr serious attention Remember tuperficial cure it no cure at all ; unless the b sines is radically done, yon will certainly hav the disorder break out again with - redouhled ma lignity, at some future period ; perhaps then will be too late for remedy. Don't you often meet Js the street miserable, mutilated being, without even a hit of note on their face I Take warnine hrsecch you. Dr. H't. character for skill and stubborn int. eri'y being universally known in thit city, since 1804, guarantee to patients that delicacy and . crecy hitherto unknown, and havitig confined bis practice for rears past, exclusively to tbecureol nisearrs of Uie blood system, they may safely cat culate on the most decided advantages in cos suiting Dr. 11. Gleet eradicated in tw or three weeks. Strictures removed withou' bougie r any other instrument and all debilities ( likewise all old ulceration, fistula's & A plurality of offices are provided, and to tits, a ted that patient are not exposed to each other observation. Open till half past 9 in the evening All persons concerned are invited to be free isi calling, and speaking with Dr.H. which is Ire vi vinvi uui'nuui vi cue MlUvu. Rl Wl a. .si ' of cost. And here Ihe Lfoctor cannot amid the expression of etatitude lor innumerable recom mendations, and for the decided preference (it is presumed with just cause) lone eiren him ba judicious puhlic. ' iv. b. aii leners must oe pott paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 Ix SE1THEH QUACK t. hi A OX LVtOSl - E It. EVANS' superiet method of curing a certain Disease, isnowuniver sally acknowledged in this city ; his mode of treatment is periertly mild, safe, ei - (etlitious, and hit cbarg reasonable. In every instance he warrant a car, and will return the pay if he doe not perform agreeable to contract. 1 laatit mmTasrm nkowaJ There are manv rersons in this citv and its vi cinity, lahorii'g uuder various chronic diseases, such as cancers, old inveterate ulcers, scrofula or kings evil, fistulas, diseases of the urethra, bladder and kidniea, old complicated complai nf .1 certain nature, bilious and other obstrao - tions. ibeumatism, Ac. which they consider asc - ratjle. uier crui ceriiui w vmcu in ceiKnui by applying at Dr.EVANS'8 Medical Store. No. 0. Peck - slip, havina - practised ia extelsiva hospitals in Europe 13 year, under some of the first Surgeons and Physicians in tbe world, and made those oosiuiaie aiseates uis constant stwrt for 30 vears. ' Oct 12 rCT The subscriber having recently returned from England with an important improvement eft the artificial spring LLli, be takes this metboa of informing his friend and tbe public, that all those who ar s uDlbrtunate a to be in want of leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by ap plying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. Jan 22 W.Y1. rUKVO. frt - WHEATON & DA VIST Fancy Chair Mansfac turer. No. 153 Fulton - street, opposite St. Paul Church offer for sals, wholesale aad retail, a large and elegant assortment of Curld Mtplf, plain painted and ornamented in gold k bronre, Bamboo, Plain and Gilt Balls, Rocking, Sewing, and Conversation Chain. Sofat, Settees, Lounger. Music Stools, fcc. Orders from any part of the continent execute with neatnes and dispatch. Uiii Chain repaired, painted and ornamented - mh9 - JYEW DtiUSSUYG ROOM. . AFRUME.NTO, No. 1 Wall - street, jutre - . turned from ftalr. has the honour to iniors lh ff.hll.m.fl. Ih.l h rut mmi trMtPS bif ia the latest style, and in a manner so at to adopt it to the phisiognomy. Me ha for saie a quo. - ty of RAZORS of the first quality, if tbey d not please on trial, the purchase n ate at bbeny to return them, and receive ine money. " likewite procured a very fine hone, no erjggc to ustore razors toa rery keen edge and sbouw . I . . - . I - ..Maimri. - inty not cui ne win receive no revo - i - . 1 bote gentlemen who may please to wilh their patronage, may depend on tbe snos particular and respectful attendance. N. B. Gentlemen whotubscribe bythequar ter will have their raxors, c. kept exclusively for tliemselves. nt P. S. A good journeyman wanted. API? at above. "h6tL t)H SALE, THE CIRCULATING LIBRARY, 138 1 ai 1 ton - atreet, near Broadway, consisting w extensive and choice collection of history, vels, voyages, biography, romances, oovei taK plays, reviews, aK,inffc;h. library, Catalo - uesmay be examined at the Horary, which is open for subscribers, as usual. mb4tf NEW - YORK: PRLYTED AKD PUBLISHED MIC!! .1 EL BUBJfRAM k CO. No. At PiMTmt. J7 PSJVr Alh

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