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7 I - Vi. i V f . : , .'i. ' & A - . v : t - - r ' f k ; ' 'r . ... ; ! .. - : ' : - ''' 1 ' ?V , :i t' y,. y. ' ' i. ; (.' ! . . y. I . :., I ' t ; - T ' ," j I - t ...N CVASC i.r ciliv&iiy. mx - 4 s I 1 .. !l mrananccof u. decretal Older of tbii booora I r U - court, r. irl be ?Jd .t IwoJUr auction, ' at , ' ' T, l fHii)fitCi.fl Jiowe, in the uty vi Ntw - ! ",1'oik, !. the lir,! - liwjif 4b.w'iKriber, " " - on olibe niait4o! t,itcurt,e Tbundayjtne - twtuly U.ira tijj of Aril Mat, at twclveo'ckx.! l noon, all iliuM certain tx t, piece Ot per - V ' " veil aflandytituated, lying atvibtuuf; ia U4own of J'.jiilkefpU ia. Uie.toonty .of Datcltets, . biU " u indenture of aaortcuge, exact - led by H J.Ua a Cay to tUhert Kaaeyr. heariet; dat , CjOO trie twentieth da ofJaiMisxy, in theyeaxoo t'.ioiiiaiid eight hundred and aeseateeay at - de - ' . - . . auitwd. ia Lie waidt (ollowiae, to wit all that Certain piece 91 parcel i iaw( w" " - fK - " ; - - aeaaa e tliereunto bcloogi.Tg, situate, lyn and ' t ; 1 R 4vm 'anil rnunfv aforesaid. . DC ' , - ' .. T - .' rWft; tr northeatt comer of the land of! .' j - v AtoiUua.oKe, towing in etwi wit ui - ' i leading ffcaw Maekiniack to tha court hoe, r - . . thenra alone tha. land of mM Jdatlhtat Cooke, :v ' . ' . aauth. neventy five tiotnm att, Iwerr CTini IhenaUlrMd n - w. fcrtr til Hfree. K.x'k.UaihirtT six hnkwIoamiaHiiuiip ot l.iai and iDencc . ' wr... .n,. sua chain uxtr two hnk. to the J khjUsmI tower of tlx hd of Dmkt RauE J ' th'eiK.c alonjj (he land Oi'taid Revani Berth etf - tyelctit dejfreet wrtt, twenre.rnauii amy iti 't '.hnkt, to tint eatt J of the road afurrtnid f and llwtM along the tart tide of the afnretaid roud, . tflnth Ito drsreei CHeen .miouUt eatt, - ten 1 'TUiiiui (iiirl four iitiki. to the I'lnce of hreinninui ' ".containiog tixiten hfin mui thn. - e pervhe of UI, Alto, ail Uittt cerUut tract, piece or (W - eel flf tlnd tUuafje, ijiiHf "u1 being a the towoof - t'ounaefpm, ana it a ib" im uiu lirni iwuunj betoorn2toioh5nnltSartWoui,dcaod,bBin king at a IMgc none oq me wa f uaiowwa rum '"aBif r nni froui thence atone ilie land of the aii - .'uiil Julinfi. Gav. north tweWedtftrect flftt - tn . iniauUteatttfenchaiuttevetUy two liiikt, to a - , white - oak iIimbdi thenae oerth ait desreetfust, twochaint aiiiy eoe liriln, ta a jwaaip white - oaktapluiffi tttew tottii. twenty flro degree! ettrti cKarut twenty tix lir.ke t thence north Hteatyttwee degree ana ten mtuuici east, iix cbtiot; tlitndr borth Uiilly ood dcereet forty five 'miniitei eMt.four chuiut Ibence aorth forty one ' direct forty five !uliilft etl, pna chuin aial aiwfty linkt t thctice eait one cfiun and eighty onejiokt Vvlbenta .aorta thirty live df greet and . , artatitci - eatt, tn ciiaun eigui nr.k; .ttw - nct north eiffity two, drrnct vntt, nim - I M At ' - . I - . 1 . I IT It Ciuin'i la uitt rouu cuioavmiy cuiiru uvurf u - oovfc't road r thence alnng tiud road touth thirty il.l.l .ui iiiv.iaa ftiirlu ttiifiillli. Wlt tlit! ixlT mM links, to th nodi ' - "nljaa't of Cooke, where a atone Pflf4 ' tiie earth, oo which it M'gravui 0 i8J 'r I ', tMtttre jolnttLe Jowl of the tniJ UUvt ti.d ' U. Gay t tbtnee along lbir land aortli lf - toKfrea et, eiglit :haim wxteea hukt J :t - v chaim thirtt efeht Knki : thence touth lea dt I ',v' . . re Vrer, ten chait.i ttfeuty link ' thence - . - ' ttotttt 'ixty eight regreiw wttt, two chain ,t ... t terenty oar unxt thence touui 'unny x ae - i . 1 . " . greet Vf1,tiro thalm J thrnce tojitli forty two i - fcdrjfeet wtt, foarclintm j uience toutn eiBiiin I . ' tdcree weit, ere chnini ; thence tou(l tit de. i " . fine atj'J thirty uiiautet west, Uitce chainttiren - 1 i' My arvealinki i UienceiouUi twenty decreet tl.ir - " ' ty ujinofeftnf, four chaiot thirty lour linkt) ' 4hcaoe touth twuflty dejreee WttJ, two chaiut ; ' i ' j ' . ' TSthttt ori a direct line to the place of heginmug j , coiitatuins twenty .tliree'ncrft, and Ihirtwu ' 'pefh - ' Ann, (ill iljtit certain tract, piccor - "inircel oriand, tituate, ijipeautl ociiig iu riiush - ','. kpie tottn atremid, aailbuuiiikJ nihlduw.ri - f ' ' 1x4 at fol'o'.vl ! beslantatu iuii wt in tU .. ' eiiMiod limited I. rl. at the eait eidf of the rua J , . fijudityr frvm tha cvirt - lioote - to MckiBiaclt, ' . 'akd at Um aortlieatt corner of die farm or Aarnn " Law, and it Uie tcafhwett corner o(Uie pivnli - . i h wifcby grunted ; then along the cat n le ijf :" - ' . the nforetnid tuad ooithiiiiiAtcend'reet ntnl llf - ' ' '. ' . " fiut piiruW eattv ruur rhaiot r.t flfty luike ;J ji - ' " ' JbfcnaJ uy Ineiand of Kemabat Swnrtwoiit ndrth V - .y ' 4 ' tweeiy aevrndrpreet et. tiwchinti then a - ' '"'long tuf land oi i've b Vanderburgh touth tisty . . ; .. .' - ' , rJue decreet and file a minutft eait, tirTen . ';.. cnaiut t hen eh'ox the lnd of tllR raid Jaoun i VaBdirburgh, MatthiitlCoobe, and (lie heirs ot ' ' . l)ocl. $auiut CooLe, aorth tixtioa tie ;rei nd . forty five fuiuutet tU U?a chaiut and ninety . three i Uiea aiuna the land of ttf afnrid ' drgreelea"ChalnlnndeyiBhtlillkl, . .' iltto ain nian" (lit iv wit i )retrtil north lor - tf 6e rntrer a - iil fiieen minutet we. - t, fn i cniot od trnrti 1iuk, to heap of ttcnen, live '. hnkt o(h of art elm tree, marked vn to tidet, j , . at the ugrlb lidt nf a iinall tlough ; Whence nui th V . . two degreei and thtrty rainutet eatt, aloeg tlie badlhii Dicntioncd uiorr.tairt aulUud in pouai . - lionof aruet Simon ttfteeu chaiot and twenty '' " '.' eishttiake to a flat rmkat Uie north lido of the 7 riiKhrtown road, and it tlie toutheatt comer ol V knd mpoifwetioo of Johann'iSw.ir twout; thence . ' north twelve. drereet and forty Cv minutt - t , ettt. rrifie chalnt. nnd Ortv five links, to lane white oak tree, marked; thence uurthteven decreet and fortyOvctuinutr i eaif, three chaint t &' , ' thence north twenty - five decreet eait(tx chaini I. aadfoHy Ovaliidtt. to wtiiieoan tapiing, lop. I, ... p4 and iDuravu ; xnence nonn iwcnty - tijrce uu areet east, tix chaint. to a waloet tree, marked . thcace twth thiity - oue ilegrcat and forty - bre i ;. "' niawtet eatt, roer chaini j thuncp wrth forty - ' - - one decreet and furtv - five minutet eait. one . . chain and fifty - totir Fi.k ) thence c ait one chain " . ' J A - ' i. A I ' I. 1 L. I I . I . t . 4 unii eKiiy '3n hub h ciasn oaa tree mrn - i'' . . , ; edt thetac north thirty five deereet and Hitmen ,' ' raifiutct eatr, aevenehuinl tndforty tevenlinkti thence north forty - Ore decreet eatt, two chaiot ' aod forty linkt : thaace north tixly - two decrees and thirty minulct a?t ntie chain and ninety '; . ' '. . hnlti I thence north thirty - eight dtgitet - and , , " thirty niatitct eatt, two chaim and lorty - lhtee ' - ' linkt, to a tlnne act in the ground marked I U, ; - and it the north - east corner of he Imd in pot - v tettloa of the aforetaid Johamie tjwartwiMit H.b. The eleven lat mentmotd iourtet were , Y ' all apon the eait tide of landt potKtied by Jo - f "" s haanei Swartwout aforriaid tbcnCa along other y formerly in Voncttion af John Bailey, etquire, V " . andlanaaof ClirUtiaiiMewcomt. touth levcaty - i four degreet eait, thirty - two cbaiat and nintly a llnki t thence south flfUen dezreei eaiU tixlcen i '; : chaiiii and liRh.y rinki, to a heap of itonti 7 ' thence aouth Ibrty decreet Wett, one chain aud filty - two linkt to a heap ofitooet, whkh it the nofih - watt comer or tl land orChariM Ko cert inpoce aionj tne nortn mdo ol the laiiui latt oieutioacd, north teventy.five drgrnt and forty - five minute weit, thirty - one chaini nnd fitly litjtt to the north - watt corner ol the land of aid tbogert t ineuca along trie - wett tide of the land of aaid Rogert, touth nineteen degree! and thirty ruinutci weit, fiily - d.arthaiut and forty - tlire linkt, to the touth - wt it corner of the land orthe - ntorriaid t - harlei Rncertt thence along ' the touth tide of the laud of the laid Roger, tenth eikry - eae decree eatt. fifteen chaini and itt enty - oM hnk, to the land of Aaron Law ; thenc a lose the land of the taid law, inuth thirty - two decreet and fifteen minatet weit, ie - Ten chaini and aeventeen linlu to n wahrul tree mrkel nn two tide, t landing in a wet place t rn aionK ina ot tne injit Aar n l.aw, vaui nnujr - Dina nrgren ami lony nve nil BTj'aa kt. - i . I, - : . . . l. i . , . nun ix i naiasi inence also a one taid law' lead, cmh thirty ,oe degree iveti, two ehaini and lh,rty - one linkt to a born beam sap - rirarkd,sU'iingon the eatt bank of Ca - per't creek j thenc, .long th land ol tlie afore - aid Aaron Lik, north twenty - eiaht degree and Uurty minute. w. ight fl' - Li8 Vi""1 Wl? ,,a.,c "" bill, aod then again aloug tl.e north side W the lanu of the a - loreaaid Aaron Law, north teventy - th gree. and thirty, minutet west, tvientrrf'. s ham, and twenty Imk.toih, ol; JJ nirur; conlaiuiu. . iiu - Jikliu n!. rai "7?m . foa.L ore huudred and Mvenly Jin wreV three """ nuoareo and spven!v - i - l,i two roctoaad twenty grebes, Wocdt by two road leadiae Io Haekinsa - V. and I the Jandt in poeu.m of Jacob Vandermiwh, M;rt! thui i Cooke, thebcirtof the lute Doctor arnuel Cooke, James feamou. and th i,.i.i ii " If!Vn ?,0oerl b? "'her laadi of the ?ln? .hTe B - Milaetl: east by trie lanii nf Ifu, aniyl Pi.n..:. . . ... : ' ite? Ji4 - aroa.''a.w sf""i ! and south '.y - hod of tljeatoreiaid Aa, - oa lw, Umj partitulaV ftiare an j de nPUoo cf whrh n,v be seen by deed of th ahora dcicubtd Z - .j - ',Za , lo ,ne wesald l.aac BaJdins'i prttVK Andtio W - enaclhcrJot, ptetrn nr pnreel of land, ritnato, ail, Ixgmoiigata neapofttoBewon aBC of a lot of wood laaa, iorme"y "TiT LlvintitoB jmhVWilUanl Terry. thene the line of taid lot, north g? . .7j i.Mv link to a itone 0 en line, nortn roar .n'o, and forty tanki to a Boanaent tbewca ttb tj - Tcnty - teven decreet nnd thirty ounjttet, eatt to Sainton'! and lahina km t'oo.1 llce rannioc all their line, tooth nineteen degreet, ' . . . rJ hfinraiur: coatainlnz ttcea - . r tJ2 modi and UurtT - fivo perthet of liad - And alto all that certain tract, pieca pr parceiofJand, iKunte, lytnf nnd being hi Foogh - LL.. - . inM aforetaid. and bounded nnd do - crlLtdat fnllowt, to wit; bccuiaiug at n ttake and ttonet ttanding in the angle whara the north line of the Datchett turnpike road iotortecta the wrt line ortlie farm now in Doiteinoa of John B. Gay arbretaid and from thence runt on a - nan northerly in the wett line of aaid Cav'i farm tixty - teren linkt to tlie aoutb aide of (he r ikintoHn road i then norm teveuiy - eicni ae tree wett. four chaiot and thiitT - two liukt (hen north eiKhty - tcven decreet - wett, four chaini, or to fur at to intersect the aforetaid north line of the Dutcheu turnpike road t then in the north line of taid turnpike to tii place of beginning cooUining ball an acre ' of land, he ifw tame more or lett 3 initeiiier wiu ine uere ditarnf nl and aDDuitenanret thereunto belong' a or io any wite appertainiox. tawu marcu . i " . a . I 4 1C18. ' roh 4 lawtdt ' ' .. Matter in Chaactry. MtDiCAL faClt.NCE l.OTTfcKY No , s. 6 C H B M K. $100,000 5100,000 - MJ,UUU . KO.OOO I ltt,l)0O 6,000, " 2,(XW 1,000 ." 100 30 , 60,000 80,000 10,0(10 6,000 4,000 . - 4i,000 6,200 160,600 ;. l 10,000 TicfceU ' at f 2i each, ' 400,000 Lett than two blankt to a prite. Will draw flvejiundred nunibcn each day un til coianleted. - . - Port of the above prfeet to be deterinined at lOIIOWI. Ilie firaf drawn mmbert from the tint to the fifteenth day incluiive tholl be entitled to $1,000 eacn. - . The firtt drawn three thoutand blankt to De en titled to $&) each. . ' TUB MM? DUAWtl JICSI1E on - THE IGlh day , , . . . . jfi.OOO 17th day . , i 1 '. 1.000 iCth day . " ' T ". lflW I9lh day . . , 1,000 rth day ' .". . , .. . . 50,000 ltt d:.y '.' . , . . . 1,000 tii. day . . . .. . . . 1,000 W day . ; '. V . '.' . 1,000 4t!i day . . . S,000 36th duy . . . . 100,000 J he driiwtnx to commence en tne urn i ue - Jhv in Auiutt next. 'Jirkett for tale by the mana'iri until tlie 18th April, Alt the Ucketi teuiuiiiiiiL' io their handt will be told at auction, According to law, at Uie Union Hotel, in the city of .itw - Xork, on the Z7tu April next, at leu o'clock in the ft.renonn AML, Li MITCH1I.L. x 2 ... ... - .. - . - .... i . - - .MOSS Kl NT V - JBKBMIAH JOHNSON." JOH.N Jd'LEAN, ) ? nihldeodlm OgauUioritytf ihtiiaUivfJttw - Jtrtr and ' Aeip - ror. i 'fVIE MILFORD U OWF.GO ROAD LOT - A. 'IT.llY, iui tactlitatiiis the intercourse be - tveen the western parts - of Hio State ol New - York, and the City of Naw - York, through the State of Pennsylvania an - l iN'ew - Jerwy. ' . . . .. . t.tir..iir - i ' , 1 rriM of 70,000 DOLLARS . 1 35,000 DOLLARS , 8 10.000 DOLLARS . 8 ,1 6,000 DOLLARS 10 , , 1,000 DOLLARS . ; 30 . . . 600 DOLLARS 140 , . 100 1KL,ARS ... 3i00 30 DOLLARS " 32RS Prize nol two Blankt to a Prize 10,000 Ticket Part ot the Prixet wi II be determined a follow : Pint 1000 Blank!, Thirty Dollar each. Firtt drawn Mo, lit day, will be entitled to 5,000 v 1 prize of 1 of ,1 .' '' . of 1 of - ' of t of . 45 - of 6 of i,360 'of 404 Pritet ' I0,m Blankt 600 1000 600 5000 600 10000 - 600 1000 600 35000 600 10IH) 600 700(H) SOU 1000 500 looo Thit Lottery will commence dravrinr at the city of Jertey, on the flnl Tuesday in May next, ami win n compi - .ien in twenty drawings, t ne pritet will he paid at the Union Uapk, in the city of New - York, tixty dayt after th drawing will be finished, tubject to a deduction of li per cent. 1 CHAS. :!3EY, . D, STUART, ComrDiiiiouen JNO. LINN. S Ticked SO dollart each. . Adventurers aod Dealers can be tnpnlird on application to ISAAC G. Ofi DEN, Jan 20 eodlf 4 Wall - ttreet ' To the L'Uixeniof Aite - York. ZEKAH HAVVLEY Physician ami Intiit, would inlbrm the inhabitants of New - York, that he has taken an olttcoat No. 321 1'earl - treet, where be will exhort, cfenn, yie,l and til 'J ttlh in the mott approved manner. He will alto prevent any irregularity of tlie secondary teeth, if application it made to him in season. 1 He flatten himself, from the experience he hat had in his profession, that he thaU be able to give general satisfaction. For character the public are referred to Mr. Geo. P. thipman, merchant, No. 63 South - street, and Doctor A. Ivea, No. 2H8 Pearl ttrect. WAosn U mag toneenu 0 - Thi certitici, that Dr. Zerah Ilawler U a nftiilnr bred physician, and in good standing with hit brethren in this place i that l.e has imnl particurar attention to tlr art of Dentistry, bat studied the bctt European work on the tubject, and hat given very good taiislaction in thi branch to hit custnuier, who ate persons of Uie firit respectability in Uitt city. VVe therefore, with entire confidence, recommend Dr. 11 aw ley t, the Citir ntof New - Yuik. at adentiat. iEnea MurvHNi 1 Eli Ive Malhan Smith " I Jonathan Knight Profet'oriof the Medira'l Institution. oLYale Col - .. . a . . ...... r now - jtaven, an. n, iBia. lege. mh34w - . 16 T IiHh fur a ttrm itf jprart, nnWO lou of ground, in the vicinity cfth X. centre market, sme fronting' nn brange - ttreet, (nearly oppouite the Irish Church) the ntl.M. .... 1 1 I . . . a . . uTuucra - cuee. AnniT tr, - - . D. S. JOKS, Esq. ' ' 1 " . 44 fine - street, or t , , J. T. JONES, . . ... mh 21 2w , NM.u - ,trect. TOFARMr.RS. mHEwbscribercan famish the firmers 'od J CK11 fonnuy with ground Plaster CT. " sujuviity, on tnt tbactaat aotice. ui barrel, . niK. - . ""S i - JonsirnrRg Foot of Harrwjo - et;.rwt do M ,, . do do , . , . 3d . do do 4th i do do . 6th ' - do do . 6th do du , . ., 7th do do , , t Hlh do do . th , . do do , 101 h do - do - llth - do .... do ;,. . llth d do 3th - - do do . 1 th . . do : to - 15th do - do - 16th do - ds 17th .do do llltli ' do ' - Oo ; lilth do do : ' 20lh do TALUABLE RClL tSTATE Joa jEAlE, ' - , , lT Til CTTT F tlW - ICK. . T - MVK !, or rrrmad h tha weat tide of Green iS , wich - itreet, between Vettry nnd Deibroi - iMflwIl A hv RO. lour do in the rear of Ihn above, fmatia; on fhecaft tide of Vaihiocton - Ueol, Ztt ny mi. t tight da in the blockbulow, between Watb ingttw altd Weat - ttreeti. , ia Moouroaaerr County. ' . 6000 acrol Land to Lawrence' purchate, near Eatt Canada Creek, on the north tide the Mohawk. - . ' ' " ' ' . - . i In Franklin CounW. 15,165 ncretof Land, in the town of Mount Morrit and Dayton. - .' - ' , , . r - i In Kiiex County. ' - - 783t acre of Land in the town cf Barrymore. ' In the County of Lewii. t 1550 acre of land in Catterland, Cbatsanit Purcluue. - ' . ' ' i : In Saratoga County. . . 1 9fi(Vl irm in t'a.lmar'i DUIc - hkaa. '. . Enauira at theodke of the tubtcriber. 34 C - dar - teat. t ' feEV. ROB1N30V. mh7tf V .. .. - EDUCATION. 71 fRS. DAWbON lately from the Eaitfro IV I Continent retpectfully Informt tlie puhhc that the hat opened a School io Cherry - itreet, No. 08. where voarur. Ladiet will be cattfullviii' itrocted try henelf and dsnghten, in writing. arithmetic. tlrawDie. hittori. ceoerarny, uteoi tlie Llobe. nnd needle work in all varictie. Mrt. I), beet leave to obtcrve that her lyitera of teaehifC (formed from her own experience) greatly facilitalet the improvt - ment ol youth with eate and pleaiure U) themtelvet, and tuvet an incredible portion ot (heir time, when employed in the uiaal way. Great attention will be paid to EriRUih Grammar, Heading and rronunuuiion N. tf. Writing aod Drawing in a tuperiorman ner by Mitt Pawton. ' rnhliSw LATIN, VRKHCB AD IT AM til LABOCAbKI - MR. CASA I I, formerly pretident of the Atheneutof Trevio, and perpetual tecre - taryofthe Academy of ik - Ilet Lettrei, at Ve - uice, &c. oflert hit tnrvicet a teacher of II La tin, Italian andf'iench language!, in academiei. boardinK tchnolt, or private Itiuot. lie woud have no objection to lake Jmard in a reipecta - hie private family with pupilt, in order to perfect them iti the lu.igneget. Suihcient refcreucei will lie eiven. Anv couiinandi addretted to him fto the care of Meiiro. fierurd Mondon, No. 20 .Maiden - Lane) will meet with immediate attention. . mh2018t LVUltiLSIiON, oh bOUR STOMACH, S acknowledged by medical writcrt to he a complaint ol stubborn kiud. and at all tiibC very diUioult of cure. Thit it tufliriently illui - trated in Inndiiappointment of those who unfor tunately suffer under it, a they, for the most part, find that after having tried many tiling to litth or no purpose, they are at last obliged to ue (lor perhnpt the remainder of life) tucb nrticlet as can at best but palliate the diteaie. Under such circumstances, any medicine capable of removing the complaint, must surely be an article highly detervinc tlie attention nf all those who are uiflicted with it ; iurh a combination is to be met with in DR. MEAD'S ANTl - DY.Ef - TIC or STOMACH PiLLSthe tuccest of which hat never yet been equalled, for the cure of dyipeptia io its mott complicated turn, tucn a lost of appetite, nauiea, heart burn, fljtulen - cy, koawing pain in tlie atomhch, pain in the tide, great coitiveneH, palcnett in the countenance, languor, lowtiett of tpiritt, pain in the head, virtigo or guldiiieis, hn( dikturlxid sleep. Whoever applies tbese pills in tliea'iove oiseaw , accordini; to the directions, will never be diiaiu pointed, at they have never been once known t" ftt'.l in producing a radical and permanent cure. l tie use oi a tingle iicx win convince ine niosi unbelieving of their cllkftcy. Tltey will ami effectually remove all tournen of the stomach, not iner - jlv hy neutraiitinctncauri, tmt bycor - reciing tnai luoroia tiaie oi meiecreiion wnu n lives rise to it. nod at Ui same tiiae will restore o thedeoilitalcd nrsaot of digestion, that tunc ami vigour which is absolutely necessary to the wen uing oi tne anirnai economy, l rice one dollar per box. rorsaleby jua.T u. muKKiws, urujipst, - ' , No. li;8GreeiiWKh - street. Where mar be had. wholetalo aod retail. large and general assortment of genuine Pnigi aou nieoiciues i curgenns instruments; a pome cary's Class Ware ; Enlitli and American Pa tciitJVIe'lieines. Alto, Dyer's and r uller'i arti clei, Medicine ChetU, kc. On liberal termi. niht5 2m FRENCH LANGUAGE. A YOUNG Man, a native of Switxerland, who can be well recommended, would undertake the teachins nf the French laneuaire. in an academy, or would take charge of a gentleman's family, and to the French language would add that ol writing, arithmetic, geography, &c. Ac. Hit termi would be moderate, and would do all in hit power to render himaelf useful Please ad dress a line for A. at No. 163 Broadway, which will be respectfully attended to. ' H. B. The advertiser has no objection to go io any pnri oi ine uniieu - Binie. mh 25 w ' SELECT BOARDING SCHOOL, f 1 tfl ERE are at present five vacantia in the J. Uevd. WILLIAM POWELL'S School, in rumpsiiurgn, louxers, wett - Chetter L - ounty. Hissvslruiof education is such at to enable him to qualify young gentlemen for College or tbo Caunting House within a reasonable timu. Ilia school it select, the number of Pupilt limited, andthe treatment of the mott liberal kind. 1 he following branches of useful and polite li - eraiure are laugw, vu : Greek, Hii tor y. Latin, French, English Grammar, Coinpotition, Writing, Arithmetic. Ueography, Mathematics, Sc. It l presumed that few Institution of the kind can offer greater advantage, whether they regard instruction in general htrratore, in moral aod religion principle!, or in correct and gentlemanly deportment. The I'nr'oonge in which the r uiilli are accommodated, ii coromodioui, reli red and pleasantly lituated. It distant. from New York i about seventeen mile ; to which there it ajwavs a direct and eatv communica. ticw. For further particular application may m niaie to tlishrp Hobart T. S. Clarkton, Esq V M'Ever. Eio. Dr. Wilon, Columbia College ; . C. D. Colden, Esq. T. A. Emmet, Eku mh S6 Wm, Bayard, jua. Esq A. scnenuetbora, Lsq D2m2w tTTH 'TO LET. ixjD From the tit nf My next, the lower counting room of No. 64 South slieet. . . ' ALSO, . Th upper counting room, Nn. 71 Sooth - it. Apply to JAMES D'WOLF, Jr. leh 13 57 Fnrtit street - REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Two 2 - slorv hrirh 1mui &ml Int. aitt,. ted No. 37 4 39 Vesey - ttrett. Also, a bouse and lot No. 11 Bowery, near Cba'ham - iquare, 44 feet front by 1J5 deep. All on accomnuidaliog terms. For parttciilar apply at No. 332 Green wich - tt. jan 15 tf TO LET, Th GLOBE TAVF.RNi No. 143 Wa ter - street. The situation of this house, and its accommodatino, justly render it an object well worth the attention of any person desirous tf keeping a lucrative public house. It will be let, fur - tislieJor nnfurnisbed, and immediate poiMssion Lgiven. Apply at Ne 137 Water - street. , mh 17 tf - - OR SALE, . aa At ra'orr btt in thk t it or nsw - yoac. QA BRICK HOUriE and lt No. II Bowery STABLE in the rear - together with Uie IXlT, 44 feet front, 42 feet rear, and 125 fort on each tide. HOUSE and LOT No. 37 Veseytreet ; aad uomexna mkiho a vetey - etreet. - ' A BOND aad MORTGAGE for 1700 dollars. , do . and da j . for 750 do. ' do ' and . do for 450 ' do . Oa valuable. property ia the city of New - York. Th inteYeif hat always been punctually paid. Far particular mume at the oJSc f - , , . STEPHEN T. LAMOINE. , dee fQ tf i v N9. 57 WatimL Tii! follom'ug iJoutet, va; X i Tlilo0'' - l'5'o'",c4 - t a4 ' . Tit boaie o.J7 do ' . - ? - lite house and Horn Woj 395 PearNtreet ! ' TbchouKtad atom So. 131 Cherry - tUeet ' febll ' fto. & jtowery. r - errtf ' acres ol lai,d in Wtt Chetter, i ' i - milt! from thit city. . On Uie premiiet r a Mod dwcMinc - houtn. barn and fowl - noe, a thriity y ant orchard of grafted fruit, a garden withatparaxut ueai, nruntery oi pwreueirj. currantt and ttrawbernt - t, witli a well of never - f;.i!inr nii'e aoft water, well calculated foe oit - tiiling. Theitage pan every day to New - York; a vestbl twice a week : being only n fjuarter of a niue trouk ue landinx - r.niuiroot - iiEUY Cli HAVENS. . ,' 158 Broadway. Ahw foriale, n good tubttantial light waggon, calculated lor one or two horiei ; to be tern at Sandiord't Livery Stable, Broadway, near llei - ter - tlreet. Enquire at alw.ve. Tub I Itf ... jo Ht.xr, The Alterably Koom, with the adjoin ing aparlmorjlt, in lion's ttuuuiagi, no. no r'ulton - itreef.next to the corner of Broadway. The premise am writ calculated for a large school, for public meefngi oriocietiet ; the lare room rihg upwards ol .u leet in len - m, and a - bout i"J leet in breadth, with a 14 feet ceiling. The whole, at to ituation and tixe. it well cal culated for an auction establishment for 4'urni - ture and other tale. . TIm - above will be rented lor tor term not ex ceeding fjven j ear from the 1st of May next. hnquire nt tne tuDtcriber Wo. 107 r utton - iirccl. mh I2dtf B. E. BLISS. JO l.LT, jjS From the first of May next, an excel lent home, out - bouses, and grouadt adjoining, possessing every comfort and convenience for a genteel iainily j situated on the first avenue, near North - street, and about one mile from the City - Mail I lie rent will be low to a (rood tenant. For further particulars apply at tne atom of the suhtcrilif r. No. 135 frout - ttreet. mhtlSw CORNS. DUBOIS. JO LK'f, Those two fire proof dwelling Ilouiei, Mo774 and 76 Mott street, about ten minutes walk from the Coffee Uoute. Thry will be put in complete repair, and well calculated for ecu - teel famitiei. Apply at No; 137 Waterttreet. mh 11 tf HKSlUKJWt: at GHEEJVWICH. To be let, the honst and croundt frontine on tiretfiiwicb L.ane, belouginz to the ettaie ol tne late Samuel jvniiigan, ana at present occn - pied by Mr. David Ely. For particular enquire Of JOHN M'KEE, lumber rrif - rchant, foot of N. Moore - ttreet, or of T. PRINGLE, in the Baok ofNew - York. ' ten sutt The two - story brick front House and Lot No. 33 Cherry - street For terms, tic. apply at 76 Tearl - street. . . - mar 3 7 l.L'J The House No. 78 Broad - ttrret, with the store - house, and ttablct contiguous, aod oCue, appertaining Uiereto. I O L,r.Ait., For n term of year, io lot or parcel, that part of Rose Hilfailuate on tlie Cd, 3d, aod 4th avenues, on the 23d, 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th, and ii'Jih streets, which belcnet to Mrt. Ai.ii Ro sen. For particular, apply to rfAiiiL rt. nn'Jiiuiiii mh 13 tf No. 3 Law Builcim:i. rfrs 70 LET, tyill And possession given on the fust of May next, the anout and well known stand, the Union Hotel, No. t Witliam - ttreet. tor particular enquire of Mr. Vanderhilt, No. 67, opposite, mh 10 TO LET, And possession given on the first nf May, die bouie No. 4U Broadway, together witn a brick firt - proot ttnhla and tloro in the rear fronUutr on New - street. Alto, tli adjoining hoot No. 60. 1 he eoap manufactory in Uie rear, to be removed on the 1st of April tor terms apply to JOHN SL1D&LL & CU. mrhll No.,60 Broadway. j 'jo Lt:t A two story house, with a barn and five acret ot land, titnate about two and a half miles trom the city, oppouite the arsenal. To a pertnn who it in the habit of attending market and would cultivate tlie land at an early vegetable arden, it ii an object. Rent 200 dollar. Ap - Jily at 3 Broadway. ' Pih 6 tl TO BE HOLD AT AUCTION, Fy HOFFMAN & GLASS, on Satur - duy, the 4(h day of April next, at li o'clock, in liuill Ol mo l iiuimr vuucv iiuhh - i The House and Lot No. 1 wniiam - ttreer, at pretent in the occupation of tlie tubicriber,iituate at the corner or wiinam - iireei and stone - aireet. The lot H 91 feet deep on Wilhnra - itreet, 88 feet 1 1 inches on Stone - street, aod 48 leet four inche deep from William - atreet, at tlie 'north wardly end or Ui kit. The subscriber tome time ago had an inten tion of converting the houte into stores , and obtained plan and estimate! for that purpose. Ho had otieri iroro reipectanie mecnaoict to maxc Gve itoret on the lot by tome additional building, and alterations of the pretent buildings, for ten thousand dollart, sir to pull all the pretent build ings down, and to erect, with tho attittance of the present materials, nv ttoret lor utiecn tnou land dollart. Plum and elevation of these ttoret, as they were prepared to be built, may be seen at the auctioneer!. Seventeen thouiand dollnn of the purchase ineney may remain on mortgage. Five thouiand dollart w ill be required on exe cution of the deeds, and Uie residue in two, four and nx monthi. mh 14 tdt C. D. COLDEN, - LEE'S ITCH 0AT.VE.VT, WARRANTED an infallible remedy atone application, may be used with perfect safety on infant a week old, not coutain:ng a particle ol mercury, or any dangerous ingredient whatever, aud net accompanied with that often - ve smell which attend the application of othei rcmedict. The above meJiclnet are prepared and told at LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 46 Maiden - Lane, aod told by 8. CARLE, cornel of Fulton and Water - itrceti. Drugiita and country ttore - keeper stiff liod ou liberal term. Jan IS m wit n a An ivl ivi 4 TiL: iAM .lUOKLR, No. iO - i w - .ie.. f v rorner of Fulton - tret, New - York, H ing recentd a large supply of the renl J APAt BLACKINtLor l)J & iWartin, 97 tfijh flol bom, London, offers the r?sne, in wholesale r retail, tw uportition, or home roniampiion, on term th most liberal ana a Jrantageous to pur chasers. . - This inestimable composition, wills half the u saal labor, produces a. avwt brillliat jet black fully equal to Uva liiehast iapa aswieai t asTnrd - peculiar now is karat t tbn leather1 ;'4f Will ici toil the fioest Knew ; ft Trfertly frs from any onpleawirH smell t and wiH retain its virtuei is ey climate. ' .1. .. . A: an uKonrroTerllole proof of thaidperic - r exce Hence of this blacking, it his stood th (lost and commanded the most exttusJve' ssUe ia ajl quarUrtothf gWt - a, Arp(wariiof ,lialf a con - try. fb!J, TOST CHAISE LINK. l t, rn ttwits'alairir;.7 FOR PHILADELPHIA. ,, ' a POST CHAISE will leave N'ew - Ycrk eve ix ry day (Sunday excepted) at S o'clock in theinoruineoy way ol ewaiK, on'j ix nussen - gert Admitted, and nrri,vn in Philadelphia lc i.nyi .ininir. Fnr Ifirnlt!.. st3 . The new Steam Boat Line Eaperionr, will leave New.York ever dav fSundav excepted) at hnlf pntt So'ckck, in tlie Steam Boat Aialan - ta, and arrive at rtmadeipnia tne next uay a o'clock, by the Steam Boat jETNA from Bristol. Fare ihroush 5 dollar 50 cent. ' For Seau in the above line, apply at the Post Chaise Stage and Steam Boat Office, 1 18 Broad - war. omosite Uie Litv lloreL. i . All good and baggage at the riique of tlie owner. JOHS 8. CUMMLVG, Newark. JOHN GULlCKii SONS, I'rincetorl. STOCKTON ii HOWELL, Philadelphia. Jf. D. KxpruMtr.nttDanypttrlofthe Union. mh '26 UXIOJ JJjVE, CJ team - boat Olive - branch, O fori'hila - uclphia, via Uruuswick U miles by land "Trcntofi, 1j 4 50 Fare lliruugh : In new post coache Do. good iU)gs, , - . Da. forecastle or deck parscngers 3 60 . The OLIVEr BRANCH will leave TJew - York every day at 11 .o'clock, (Sunday exceptrd,) from the north Me ot the Battery, and to return from Brunwkk to at to arrive at 10 thtr uexl morning, in this city. 1 hi line has a connection with the best boats ou the Delaware and Chesapeake to Norfolk ; as also those of the North River and Sound ; hnd their several arrivals are calculated to cause little, if any delay. i . 1 hit it a tpeedy and certainly the most convenient rout, at the pnstenger sleep at Trenton going and at Brunswick returuinr, and arrive at a much leu expense and in tho hours of busi ness at .New - York or Philadelphia, without fatigue in travelling or the want of sleep, at the distance by land it to - mull whereas via the Point aud PowUa Hook it is 50 and 80 mile. . Fore - castle passengers, (who diet with tht peo plo,) to Brunswick, or Amboy, at $1 each. Light freight and markMing, free. . . For teatt in the above line apply at the Union Line Steam Boat Office, in Matketlield - strcet, north tide of the Battery, between Giecnwich VVathington - ttreeti. New - York. March 27, 1818. mht7 ; JfOH'J'U lily Eli STE.1M BOA Vb. The Chancellor , Livingv ton ail) leavo New - York ron Saturday, the 23th inst. " - - ji 3 r. ni. l oe re win ie a BM . m .1 . - - ! . ll 1 boat leave New York every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 5 P.M. and Albany on'taiue dayi at 9 A. M. until further notice. nih25 - Tii r. hOVA'JJ TEAM BOA T UAE. 1 l.e proprietors, with a view of accommodating the Ni itfpublic, by extending the line Norwich, - intend making the experiment with the Fulton, Capt. Law, ivi thit route (if found practicable) will he continued during the teaion. x'l he line will in future be from New - York to Norwich, at followt : The Connecticut, Capt. Bunker, will leave New - York every Monddy, Wtdnudax and Friday, at 8 o'clock, in the morning, lor New - Haven. The Fulton,. Capt Law, will leave Warwick at 6 o'clock in the morning of tlietame days, touch at Jtw - London and depart from thence for JYev. Haven at U o'clock. The boats will meet at JVtw Harm, and ilepnrt from thence every .Monday, H'tdntt - day and Friday, at 7 o'clock ii the evening the Connecticut tor Ane ) trfc, aud the Fulton for Aeir - lAindon and fs'etvtch. mhl7 STEAM BOAT FOR SALE. " (Cy - For tale, a well fimsh - hecf. Steam Boat, of small lite, with 2 cabins and calculated to carry convenient - paiiengeri Her bull i of the best timber, and the is copper bottomed up to the bends, prepared to be put into a line ol running immediately. She draws but. thirty - two inchetof water, and from the advantageous con struction of her machinery, can be workedatone half Uie daily expense of iteain - boatt in general. sue will oe told a great bargain, n applied lor shortly. Esquire at No. 48 W all - street, of mhSOtf ISAAC G. OGDEN CO.. Nzwbvruh and 1 aa ashaicoabi ail - etagk THREE TIMES A' WSKK. LEAVES Newburgh every Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday mornings, at three o'clock, run through Montgomery, filoouiingburgh, Montkello, by White Lake. Coshectoo. Mount Pleasant. Great Bend, Chenango Point, Owega, IUiica, and Ge neva, toCanandaigua. Retuiniirtr leaves Canandairua every Mon - day, Wednesday and Friday morning at three o'clock, and arrives at Newbureh, the third day in time to take the Steam - boats which arrive in New - York the following morning. fXj1 may bt cxpteted that at all timet when the ittam - boatt alter their dayt of running, that thit fine triff altar 10 at to sneer 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, 111 four days and from the 15th December, until the fifteenth of March the tame rrie will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to Canai.daigua in four days. Passenger travelling trom New - York to Canamiaigita, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N. York in the evening steam - boats, nd arrive in Canand.iigua in thi ee dayt a distance of three hundred milct. The line is well fu.mu.hed with good, new carriage 1 good horses, and careful and experienced drivers Every atten tion will be paid to render the passage of the traveller sate, easy and expeditious ; and it it believed that the accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the state. rrr ARE trom Newbureh to Canandaitrua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. X. U. A branch of Uie same line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line run from Oweco Tioca Point: thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, KC. . BAGGAGE, a usual, at tli rUk of the owner. David Godfrey. Bloomingbargh. E. C. St. John, Mount Pleasant, 1 u. iv. manning, wrtcnanco, j. i ropne . Cuthor Here, Ithica, , ton. . . Samuel Creenliff, Geneva, i . - Oliver l'hclpi, Laniing, , J . , - mh 14 dGtn SELECT BOARDING fcCHOOL tO.H." IOYNG LADIEe). - ' MRS. BOWERING, now Mrs. Brown, has removed her well krmwa Eftahlbhrneat from New - York In Eli - heth Town, New Jersey, srct a quarter of a luiie from the puhlic. furrr - pi ice road. The i'uatioti f tlie place possrtv J .iiioc nn - a. j - mwarj 1 anil Will ena 6le iier t - reduce the priretf l. - arl much low er man enn ne allo:Jfl w .New - fork. - The owms .tiupit,. are, 'Oitliosmr.hr'; Englis! Lra araar, lladi Writias, Arim - tic, Geo SMnhy, W tii ri. in of nriM nnd e'nbe. A m ri - imy. History, nw lcfurti, CarhpMKi.vi, ...wn, !; . "? """T, VieF;irr..f raivin; in . n.n.Hfn vik 1 Tcivn.ntia water OTletrr. P1Sew4r NerHewrrt pa TauMia, rianrotdery on tk nr i.f J." Fill. - rreel Ufwili, Grjttn nr n at - H'or kv Oil - ting and ; ".""! in - i'iyr.i t.nericr workt nalBjtW ax.' ft m ly ubotit sixty A tHcnlaf aathr - kaow kow 10 A.;.... ! twee things that dif.er. mm - DOCTOR .HORNE.Toravrl, of tte city of !Lu . "1 and turcerv ihn. L. 7. PrHi ty to amtl MZZZlSy - the abiue of MERCUity 1 fled ate the rest tu beta live of inrk.il J7.r P2 - laadi are annaaCy mercifrinli, out of i! - . The disease we h i - "t - ence. tal retuU. chiefly to U.Usouice. What i 7J - uie u.i. ui parenu, mould be MUc&d way from all the prospecU and enjoynof Kt bv the canunwiii m ru. j j uicuu oi tic. and by a diacaw not in its ownwturi Tfa'tMj which only prove o from or - t Z. T treatment." - A gaitlemae, lute D, vein) now perfectly hearty and, well fc - j sJ" nnderphyticiant of ceaei J nrrt,v - and repeatedly alivat.d: when recoi - 5 I Dr. H. (by a gentleman or thi, crtyT were canuu, arl his flesh oVopproiL?!s, hi. friend declared be could not potbllVS!?' two month lontrer. . .Thousand! xMr&i!!?2! know with what eawand mfetyDrTK catei tlie severest caae. and confirm. iK',"" tuticn. The Doctor', plan (Xrffi'gS ceiiary to guard the public againtt tirtiT,!." mercury, and other fatal delusions, held fcS? Pertcns, therefore, baying contracdTl7 yate disorder, or uipectiDg latent txaatl admonished aot to tamper with tlairooi? tion, or, conceal the disorder, till niSIzT ry ; others havinj the remain! of LTlu' or other iihpwitie of tlie bfood, wails.. er complaint cf a dlicate aature,. U tex. ihould remember potteritv. anil vJT to' their contclcnce, by niukioc amiii?!:. to Dr. H. t ti. m Li fivSStf lishmenLNo. filWitcr - riuet; . of Old - tHp. to obtain that prompt Ion calculated tt prevent diiclosure. Andh., let me claim your eiiou ttenUcnIUmera a luperticial cur U no cura at all j unlen thebt! iinurtt radically ;dor.e, you will certainly the disorder break out at - ain with redouhlBd fc, litiity, at some IWurcperiod ; perhftn tJca wirt he too late tVr remedy. D.ia't you oitea meet u the ttrect miserable, mutinied heinpi, - itho2 eve n a bit ol nose va their face ? Taka warnie I beseech you. ..... . - - , - . - - " fy ; Dr. U's. character (br (kill and ttubbon iav grily being'uiiivcrially known in thit city, sr, 1804, guarantee to patient timt delicacy ind crecy hitherto unknown, and having configed practice forycars patt, exctuiively to theciucoi diseases of 11 blood synlwm. they may safely ttl. culate n the most, decided advantage icn, lulling Dr. II. ' tilcett erniliCrited in twe er three 'weeks. StrictureJ removed wiflioul - hogieof any other instrument ; and all debilities 1 liliesris ail old ulcerations, "f!stula iit. , . ...,. A plurality of cilices are. provided, and to tits - uted that patient are not expnted '.oeachbtlier't obtervalion. Open till half past 9 in Uie eveninr. All person concerned are invited to be free m 1 ailing, and speaking with Dr. If. shiri; i. ot cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid thi ,1 vxpiersmn 01 gramuoe lor innumerable feoort - mcndaliont, and t r the decided preference (d is presumed with lust cause) long eiven him he. judiriou ixihlic. . - . . aii ictien mutt oepott paid. Dr. Buchanan. . 1 Aug 27 ltr ... y ... JSETJ'UEH IUALH AP fOJt 7JWJJ0i - Mivxr. ' - DR. EVANS' luperiot .metliwl of caring r er. tain Diies?, isnownnive'r - ally acknowledged iuthii city : hit mode of trettntti it perfectly mild, tale. - neoiuou. and hi charex rcatoaable. In every o. stance he warrant a cars, and will return the pay if bs doe no't perform aereeaKi to contract. , l'he iincteet teCrecy always obfcrr Tin icre are many persons in thit city and its n' - cinity, laboring under rariotii - chronic dlteaset, such at cancel t, old inveterate leers, arrerMfc or king evil, fittnla, diieatet of tb arethrt, bladder and ludniet, old complicated eomplaiiil of a certain nature, bilious and other ohitrocV tions. rheumatism, Ac. which they consider inca. rable, they can certainly be cured (inBerah by applying at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, ti 9, Peck - tlip, having practised ia exteativt hospital in Europe 12 years, under some of thi first Surgeon and Phyticiani in the world, ant1 made those obstinate disease his constant study for 30 years. . ' ' Oct W fXT" The tubtcriber havihir recentlv relurne from England witli an important impnovemcBtM tho artificial spring LEG, h take thi sntthetl of informing bit friend and the public, that all those who ar se unibrtnnata ai to be in want if a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by ty plyiug at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York.' y Jan 22 - .'. - ;,'WM. WRYBf O0r WHEATON DA' VIS, Fancy Chair Maeatac turera, No. 153 Fulton - ttrett, opposite St. Paul ChMtb offer for tale, whoteaal uf retail, a large and elegant tf tortmcnt of Cnrtd Maptt, plain painted and. ornaeat ed in gold H hronre.Barabo, Plain and Gilt Ballt, Rocking, Sewing, and Cosrvarnv tion Chain. Sofal. Settett, Loungees, Music Stools, kc. . ( : i Orders from any part of the continent execuM with neatnes an J dispatch. Old Choir repaired, painted and ornameetto. mh9 V , . .... .. JfEir DKESSIJVa ROOM. AFRUME.TO,No. I Wall - tneLjaar turned from Italy, hat Uie honour to taw; the gentlemen, that he cut and drew' nattjj the latest ttyle, and in a macaer to at to adorf it to the phisiognomy. He bat for a)e a quash - , ty ot 11AI.UK3 01 tna Ml quaiiiy, u uot pleaie on trial, the purchaser ate at trv to return them, and receive th money. H likewise procured a very fine bene, and enjpej to restore rarors to a very keen edge and sb"" thty not cut he will receive no recompeace. Those gentlemen who may pleate to honor t with their patronage,' may depend oa the taosv particular and respectful attendacce. - , ? v N. B. Gentlemen who suhtcribe bythqar - (er will ha their raxcrs; 4c. kept. exc!u!ii7, (or tbemielvcu. ' ' " ' , P." S., A good jtwrneyman wanted. 1UV , - 7 - nl. mnr niRrrnriAif.vfi 1 ittRACT. 133 " L ton - ttreet, near Bdwy, totwstirrs'n 3e and choice eoHVction of history,, fa - voyages, l.iograryr wranc, rTe" . , play,, twviewn, nase to!; - even teh, ltdfn. i Cat dogufls mtiy which is open for 1 y Be ejrSrfBinea ai c y psar - acrihfrt.'Btosasl.' . rf - tah4tf,r I - ... I . ...4LTCVH.rARtI ' ' rev r V. .) : - WCtl A EL BL'OOIAM A CO: t Wr - iM - ay tutwtitv! .1 - j

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