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'. 7; - SUGAR. U jjoxm whits Havanu sugar, uiUMe for ft D. TALCOTT, . - spi ... , of noum - st. ARBLE 1700 msrbl tile. 13 nrh nam. calculated for the West jaJia market, foriaucy G G. ft 8. HOWLAND. .pi rOBACCO. 7 hhd. hi Tobacco, wilt be 1 landed thia day from chr. Bell UK from frter.burj.for.aT GILLKpn, ; , tpi tig Front - street. TlHlLADilLPHlA WHISKEY. 33 hhds. X landing from Khr. True American, lor sale ,t iM Frout - street, by anl 61 TROKE3, DAVIDSON ft CO. 'fffANiClNS. o.OOO piece Blue Nankins, just f received, acd fur tale by .f - P. REMSEN & CO. M1 6 South - street COTTON. 63 bales prime Upland Cotton, landing at Stevens - wharf, and for aale by R. t C. W. DANENPORT k CO. :p "lUEW - ORLEANS SUGAR, CO I TON, ftc. JAMES D'WOLF, jr. 67 Front - rtrect, baa for aale, landing from ship Evtrjreea - ing khili Nsw.Prleant mnr 4&baks do cotton, prime quality. '' ' - . ALSO OHAJfl), H Clean St. Fetersburgh hemp, in lots to iuit , , purchasers 400 or. caki Orange works' gun powder 120 boxes roll brimstone - 100 boxe of German it eel ) entitled to draw. i 10 ease tumblers . , J back One case Leghorn straws V Cash advanced for goods consigned for li7. - KENTUCKY TOBACCO. 33 nhde. very prime Kentucky Tobacco, landing from brig Maryland, from Ncw - Orleaii, (or aale by . LA1DLAW, GIRAULT& CO ap 1 10 87 Coff - e House lip TLOUR. tic.M bills, dauiaaed rlour.land - ing from, schr Ranger, from Norfolk, for lata by W. ft S. CRA1U, 600 bbls, Richmond Flour 70 hhd. do. Tobacco 2 boxe 4 - 4 Linen " 1 do Lawos 5 qr. caik Malmsey Madeira. ap 1 Q atBloo for Sale or to Let, 1 The house anal around of the lubacriber EUoominsrdale. near ihe 6 mile (tone, titoated ea the bank of the North River. The Houae i modem built, 60 feet front with terraced piaii&a and convenient out houses, all recently painted, and in complete order. The ground are highly cultivated, the garden extensive and good - - and there are on the place a great varnty of. shrub, (Trait and forest trees, and a pump of excellent water, t or term, which will be reasonable, apply to , 8. A. LAWRENCE, ap 1 la 67 Fine - street fT'X Utore and Cellar to Let. XlLE The Store and Cellar No. 67 Pine - street to Let low, apply on the premises, ap 1 3w - TO LET. L. - 2 From lt May nest, the (lore, with nr without apartment, No. 6 William - street. For 'Una apply to CHA3. READE, ap 1 6t ' On the premise. Q IX) LkT, The store No. 20 Wall - .treet. Fosses - siuo iuay be bad immediately Apply at No. 18. ap I tf positively la3T but two. On Thuriday id April and Saturda 4A. MR. bTA.MoLAS, will on Thursday, only at the request of many person, repeat the JNC PLUS UL I K A, which drew so much applause on the first night, that he had the bmior of Presenting it to the enlightened cilia. nof NT ork. le faa selected a variety of new and iuirouipre - Vtnsibln I)cptou ia th Arcana of Ledsrrde - aula, for those nights. The particular of which be refers to tne bills of the day ; as lie is acknow Is ged by the world to he the first in bis profession, and a ytt unexcelled. Hi intention being to retura to Europe, those who havo not witness! snrh unheard of wonder, shuuld avail them Ives of the present opportunity, as the like may not offer again fr mi'iiny. ' ap I 4t ELI AS VALENTINE, No. 10; Broadway, ha jaH received by the Mary Eliia, the following valuable books, London edition. . Doddridge's works, 5 vols, boards , s ' Hunter's Sacred Biography, 6 vols, sheep Robertson's Scotland, 3 vols 8 - o board y Shakipears, 10 vol 18 oio wrapper Deletan villa's French Diet. 8 vo sheep . Spectator Royal, 3 vo boards Grandison, 8vo board , . Rolrrby, 8vii.boards Marmion, 8ro board Mc Kaj'i Navigation, 8ro bound . Rognrcastle's Trigonometry, board Do. . Astronomy, boards - . . Gatetteer of Pcotlaud, board . Calvin's Life, board - Eflgworth'i Tale of Fashionable Life, 6 v ' White' Farriery, 3 vol, hoard ' Spanish Gil Bla, 4 vols board ; Beauties of Pope, t vol bd , ... . Life of Talleyrand, I volbd; v " : j Picture oj Madrid, board. ' . Crimea and Punishments, boards . Hannah Mora's Essays for Yonog Ladies' Lessons for persons ia Humbis Lua rJ - . TaDlin'i Farrier ' Wanjtrocht's Receuila - . - Fordyca's Addretaaa to Young Men, $ vols ; ' Do. do. to the leity, board , Kooa oe th Lord' 5optr, boards . Doddridge'a Riae and Progress of Relirioa in theooi4 7 - OrtonH Life of Doddridge, boards " Joaea' Spanish Gran, mar, boards Mordent Spanish Eiercises, bound Homer's Odyssey, bds t Janius, bds Cooke's Voyages, S vols bds . Lire of British Admirals, bd Do do General, bds . Tbonipson'j Seasons, bds Sacra Private i Joseph Andrews Vicar of Wakefield s Kasl. Young's Night Thoughts ; Borer's Grammar I lJi'rs.M,by are, o the Adventure of X Caleb Williama, by William Godwin, t nw. price ft SO, bds. t d'l. bound, jaet receiv. . Pl 81 RmsHwsr. B OARD WANTED, for a rentleman and his wife, after the first of May next, in Plrasant part of the citV i will fiimiih their own a oni and Br. ... . . n um wuiroim IQ o. mini "ftatthk office, will be attended to. pi 3t ' : a it.. . 4 . t i k i T TO PRINTERS. WO or three pressmen may Ind constant employ by applying to D. FANSHAW, 10 Cliff at. .B. Two or three stoat boys, between. 17 a 18 years of age, are also wauled. tp 1 3t ?i't?.R.D OWEGO ROAD LOTTERY. YY 'enmsaeace drawins: oe the 6th day bLV 'May next. Oarr 10,000 Tickets. lwingwUcnmpirtHhi tOdnrt. . price of Ticket and Share, Whole, $3Z I Q.iartera, $9 - HJv, IS tt - hths, 4 ' 2 - 000 Dollar. I lOof L000 DoHar. ,J0 pilars 30 of 609 Dollars iJ SD0" 10 of 100 Dollar "iw LMh Wb. rM' tb rreatest variety of aWrf Bookvtore and lottery K, i. A. BURTUS a CO. j - o., M Peck - elip, Comer of Water - - TO LET. Aeat two story house, pleasantly sit - Gourtlaadt - ttreei. . Apply at uu ooce. apltf At a court ol Chancery held for the atale nf New - (or ir. at inecuv oi Ainanr. on the twenty - third day of March, in the year of j oar lord out) uiousana sngni nunarea awj eighteen, . . rutMT, ... . . The honorable J ame n.ent, uquire, Ghaa - Martha Tabele, complainant, r. George Tayfor, George B. Taylor, Es - tii.r is. noarru joiib laocie. rau a. Brown and Elisabeth B. Brown, his f wife, Pbosne A. i atieie, aiarlha w. Tabele, Mary H Tabele, James Ta - hU. mil John Ashfield. defendants. 0 reading nd Cling Ibe petition of the com Dlaioaotio this csuse. and an affidavit as - ntxeci tlitreto, whereby it appear that the billof complaint in this cause is filed for the partition of certain lots oi lanu at premiaea mine ciiy oi new York ; and it appearing by toe said bill oi complaint that the said lots of land and premise are a follow that is to say All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land with the appurtenances, situate in the sixth ward of the city of New - It one, ana Known ana uisunguisnea as numoer . i i .1.: ...... .i . . - . I one nunurru nnu uiiny iwu ifiMuiam - Bircei ;nua also those two certain lots of land with the ap purtenances, lying together, situate in the fourth ward of the said city of New - York, and are now numbered and known and distinguished by lot number four and number six, in Hague street; whicb (aid several lots of land formerly belonged to the estate of Joseph Outen Boeait, late of the tity of Hew iora, deceased. And it further appearing oy me said peiiuoo oi uie com Dlainant in this cause, and the said affidavit an nexed thereto, that process of suhpo - na hn been issued againit the defendant George Taylor, Paul S. Brown and Elisabeth B. Brown, Ins wife, Phoebe Av Tabele and John Tabele, and that the above - named defendants George Taylor, Paul S. Brown - and Elizabeth B. Brown, his wile, and rhrebeA.Tabele.reside in (be city of Philadelphia and state of Pennsylvania, and that John Tabele, another or the said delendauta, resides in I lava na. in the island ofCuba i and that tlie said de fendant cannot, nor can cither of them, be found within the state of New York, to be served with th said subpxna It is ordered, on motion of a I T - . - ; V. t - . - .. - .. - I fnm fk. complainant, that the said defendants George UKI JUDCrii IUII1MI. KJM VI IWIWl Taylor, Paul a. Brown, and bliiabeth a. urown his wife, Phcbe A. Tabele, and John Tabele, ap - near in thia honorable court and answer the said bill of complaint in this cause by the tenth day of Juiy nexi, or was in ueiuuu inrreui "f ,mu m or complaint De tasten pro - coniesso againn uiein And it is further ordered that a copy of this or der he published, at least once a week, for three calendar months, in one oi me newspapers printed in each of the cities of New ork and Albany. A copy. ISAAC L. KIP, ap 1 law!3w Assistant Register. IN CHANCERY. btate of New - York, it, FN pursuance ofan order of this honorable court. 1 bearing date the 19th day of January, 1818, will be sold at public auction, at the Tontine Coflee House, in the city of New - York, under the direction of the suhscrioer, as one oi we masters of this court, in ttnorate lots or parceli, on Thursday, the FOURTU da of JUNE next, at twelve o'clock at noon. "All those certain pie ces or parcels and tracts of land, known as the norm east lection oi uie isnin lowosoip, in uie twelve towns in Tioea county, being lo! No. tO, 27, Jti, 29, 30, 32, and 38. Lot No. 26 contain about eighty acre; lot No. 27, about one hundred and five acres ; lot No. 23, 29, 30, and thirlv turn, each containing: one hundred and four acres, three fourths and 30 rods of land ; lot No. 38 containa 90 3 4 and nineteen rods. Also, west half of lot No. 24, which half contains 51 acre. And also lots no, l, 3, 4, o and 7. on tlie gore lying westerly and adjoining on (aid northeast stx - tioo, and was surveyed aed added to aid lei two to make esp a deficiency in said section, oy a mistake in a former survey. Said lota Noa. 1, 2, 3. 4 aad 8, containing about liity acrre each ; and lot No. 7 about twenty five .teres. . Together with all and singular, the tre taisei and appurtenances. Dated April 1st. 1818. jAMt - a a. riAiniuiuri, ap I lawtd Master in Chancery, G EJi TEEL small family may be accosamo - i dated with a handsome drawine room, back room and pantries in a eeateel house in Der - street, with board. The hoosn will be put in the best order and the room unfurnished ; thev may be bad together or separately. Where three or four en - tlemen, steady boarders, may be handsomely accommodated oa moderate terms. At present enquire at No. 80 ConrtUad - street. ap i - i RECENTLY published and for sale by VV. B. GILLEY , No. 92 Broadway, Pitkin's Statistics of the United States, new edition, improved and much enlarged, 1 60. The Emigrant's Guide to th western and south western states, with maps, by Wm. Dar - ny, price 3 aonars. A geoeraphicaJ description of the state of Lou isiana, the southern part of the state of Mississippi and territory of Alabama, by the sume, price J dollars. The Western Gasetteer, or emir rani's Direc tory, containing a geographical description of the western date ana lerniorif, cy Bmi. &. Brown, price t 25. Amherst's Embassy to China, price 2 50. M'Leod'a voyage and shipwreck of the frigate A Irene, price i is. Forsyth' remarks on Italy, t 50. Davie' Life of David Garrick, comprising a history of the stage during a period ot 36 years. Uappe's sermons oa devotional sunjecta, z mi. ap 1 OLGAR LOAF i'APr.R, 64 reama Sugar KJ Loatraper.aup. qoal. lor sale oy - ROGERS A POST, 61 South street , nr sto, .. 271 boxes Tin Plate 1 - 3X . 40 do. Scythes, approved branda 44 reama large blue Wrapping Paper 300 do writing, ledger, medium and letter do. will be sold low. mb3l3t c ANTOi GOODS, HUNTRESS' CARGO Col'd and black Naokin Crapes, first quali ty, Try 'dps. Col'd and blk. figured do. 19 y'd pieces - Do. do Plain do. 19 do do , Bo. changeable Sartneta, bigb coJ'd30 do Black do .... do Do Sinchews . '' do , Coloured Satin 18 do Col'd Sewing Silk ' ' Also, handsome assortment inserting trimming For sale by mb 30 wt A. C. ZABRISKIE. OQ - NEW - ORLEANS COTTON. Sdtj Bales prime New - Orleans cotton, landing from schooner Saodusky, east side of Old - slip, fot sale by POTT It M'KINNE, mchSl 66 6oath - t rpABLE MATS - Scase, for sale by 1 - CBBRA ft CUMING, ih 18 - - 76 Pearl - street. 66 RICH k CJiOCMtHY. Tierces prime Rice, and 3z crate Crock err j landing from achr Loniaa, and will bo sold low from the wharf, bv . SAUL ALLEY, 98 fine st. . In store, ' 24 hhd prime Georgia Tobacco, and 23 bale .Sea - Island cotton, lor sale a above mhSI WHUkl.Y30bJ.ds Pmladelphiarye whss - key. badimrfrom schoaoer Fterprae at Coflee House slip, for sals by - JACKSON ft WOOLLCT, mch 31 St 76 WaU - sC raissi ua asra, DtAPESLS, aws!s, ftc. rjEKKY M'VICKARftCO. have received lJ. by the late arrival ansa Dentin, aad by the Pacific, from Liverpool, a reaeral sosortiaeat of ana i - o 1 lasas 6 - 4 SWiags i 7 Leans ' 3 - 4 Mapv aad Bjned Disbar, saworted , Damaak Table Clothe ' - 3 - 4 brown aad black Lowe, tn half pie ces; which they offer for sale oa Heral torma, at q. aaied in FOR SALE. - The mat Malior ship SACHEM, Just arrtvea finom Antwerp, burthea zoo tons, and will carry about 2000 bbb. 4 years old, coppered with heavy copper, to deep ballast mark. Kb is well found m every rennet, and ha nearly whole new suit of sails. Lies at pier so. 9, east side Comtirs - slip. DAVID U. GILLIES, ' anh3t lOt - - 76 Broad - etreet. for Lit tCRtOuL, Tl. 1 . no If IlkWW J. W. Baker, masUr is now ready to receive a cargo, and wdl be dispatched immodi ately For freight or passage apply to - HURD ft SEW ALL, mch 31 65 South - st. for bole or Charter, The ship PLATO, Holmes master, burthen 240 tons, will carry about 3000 barrels, in complete order lor a voyage. FOR SALE, . Landing from the above ihip, Matanzas mo lasses, V bile and brown Havana sugar. Also, from brig Uli, from New - Orleans, 16 hods prune Kentucky tobacco Apply to STEVENS ft MACTIER, mch 31 d7t 157 South - st tor JfStV - OKLEAtfil. The (hip LAGUIKA, now loading west side Burling - slip and will sail in 4 days r or treignt or pastage, having large accommodation, apply on board, or to - N. L. ft G. GRISWOLD, mch 31 86 South - st. For LiyKHPOuL, 4ft K The brig RECOVER, capt. Owen, Jjiwill sail on Thursday, and can comfortably accommodate two passengers For passage only, apply on board, at pier No. 10, or to JOSEl'H OSBORN, mrh31 2RSnuth - st. . forLlVLRrOOL, v4i The brig ROBERT, capt Gooch, JJjwul sail on 1 hnrstlay r or passage only, apply on board, at pier No. 9, or to JOSEPH OSBORN, mrh 31 38 South - st. orCU.lULElTUA Theatannch achr LOUISA. W. Na pier, master, will sail on Sunday next weamer permuting, r or ireigni or passage apply oo board, west side Old - slip, or to SAUL ALLEY, mh 3t 98 Pine - street. . for lijitHE. Ifffv The superior packet ship RUBICON, JOHoldredge, master will sail about the I5ln Aprl. for freight or passage, apply on Doara, at tones' wnan, or io ' POTT ft M'KINNE, . mh30 66 South - st. FOR SALE, ,. (If applied for in ten days) Theihip MINERVA SMYTH, built in fuilauelphia of the best materials, copper fasten ed and coppered five months since, ber sails and rigging in excellent order ; her accommodations extensive and elegant If not sold within the above time, will be tiiejatcbed without delay to London. Apply to mch 30 A RCII G RACIE ft SONS. rr. for AEH - URLIM.S, The ship LAGUIKA, now loading iv&jat the west aide of Burlinsr - alip t will tail in 5 days. For freight or passage, having excellent accommodations, apply on board, or to N. L. fc G. GRISWOLD, . mh 28 86 South - street .HOUR, COFFEE, ftc. - 400 bbls. Virgin r ia Flour 45 hhds. prime old and new Richmond To. r bacco, . 18 do Petersburg do . . , - ; 21 bales Upland Cotton ' 35 ts. and 40 hf. ts. Rice 150 bags St Domingo and 64 do green Havana Coffeo . 5 tons Lignuuvitss , Port. Claret and Madeira()lWioe, in hhd. and quarter cask ' Roriz red Port Wine, ia cases of 3 doses each . FREIGHT FOR OPORTO. vMi A good vessel bound to Oporto m JiiJiLhav about 1000 bushels corn on freight. Apply to K. GILLLSl'lJw inh SH iix rroni - sircei. , for LIVERPOOL, - The ship IMPORTER, Rogers, now J taking in cargo, and nothing shall pre vent her lroni going to sea on tne oin oi aprii, should the weather prove favorable. Four more passengers can be accommodated.' Apply to the captain, on 'board, at Pier No. 12, or to lHw?KLLS II all, 1 Beaver - tt. , mch 28 for Hole, freight or Charter, The substantial double - decked and last sailing brig KENTUCKY - BELLE, asiton, master, burthen 232 ton, will be ready to receive a cargo m a few days lie at pier No. 6, N. River. For terms, apply en board, or to G. G. ft 8. HOWLijIND, mh 25 77 Washington - it far Sale, frrieht or Charter. The brier RECOVER. Owen, mas - V 242 too ( will carry about 2750 bbls t iawell found, and a sound good Teasel ; lies at pier No. 10, C R. Apply to v JOA. OSBORN, mh 17 .28 South - st for Hale, freight or Charter, fi The brig ROBERT, Pope, master, V V - Wa too will carry 3200 bbl ; 2 years old ; well found, and a good vessel lie at pier no. 9. Apply to . ' ' JOSEPlI OSBORW, mh 17 38 South - st Wanted to Charter, A good VESSEL that will carry 600 bbls. for a voyage to tlennoua. imme - dwie dispatch will be given. Apply to TUCKER ft LAURIES, mh 13 29 South - street 13 ROWN SHIRTINGS. 8 package brown cliirtines. cootainiog 1U.UUU yards, just re vetved and lor sale n - y THE COMMISSION CO. 148 Pearl - street. Thev have on band fine and coarse Ginehaoj, Stripes, 3 4, 7 - 8, 4 4 Checks, (One and coarse) Bed - Ticking, Battinetts and Cassieetts aad gen eral aortment of Cotton yarn. mh30 dftc r UK SALb, A PAIR of bay HORSES, well broke and found. For particalara call at Shaw's Li - very - stable, ia liberty - street, near Broadway. mh)2w . 17 LOSUOfbUEA t HUfU COFFER. i 4 Cases sheathing copper, 24, 26, 28 and 30 ousce 100 casks Hibbert's Porter, now landing from the ship Minerva Smyth, from London, and for sale by mch 31 AKtll. OKAtlF. at oU.lS. BLUE NANKINS. laoopiecea, all 1st chop, in boxes, of a sup'r quality, entitled to de benture, tor sale by HURD ft SEW ALL, 65 South - street mh 31 if f ItOi T TVKPEJW1E tt TAR. O U " Bbl soft turpentine, 1st quality 300 do tar . 6000 feet yellow pitch pine lank Just received, and afloat, for sal by A. II. VAN BOKKELEN, mh 31 Brooklyn, or 157 i - ooth - st It JAMAIS RUM. J 1 PnnrhasM of oa davarad Rnm will coasaMssc laading U morraw at pier no. 9, East suver. I ot ae oy mbSl ROBERT LENOX. 44tfOMESTlC ft OTHER wAKCS. I 'tins. raiwcriDcrs acep coastanuy oa naan sw J. ' oxteasiv sjssortmeBtof the following nods. nt Dutch aad English Brooms Duster, or Counter Brushes Hearth Brushes, fan - Gsmny Bsgs, Popes Heads - . .' Crumb Brushes Bellows, fancy, and common Do lor Blacksmiths Hall and Entry Mat Pail and Tub Wheel - Barrows , Fine Wire Sieve Do Hair do W hipa of every de. scriptioo Seine, sewing, wrapping, baletng and bull 1'tviue Fish Lines ' Shoe it Sadler Thread Dearborn's Balances, ftc. ' cy and common tiean ao do do Cloth do do do Weavei do White Wash do , Shoe ft Scrubbing do Paint . Brushes and Sash Tool Clamps, 4,7, U row Furniture Brushes Horse do Bed Cords, Clothes Lines Sash Cords, Trar Ropes Wrought and Cut Nails and Brad Which they will sell wholesale or retail on li beral terms. CEBRA It CUMING, iuh30 76 Pearl - street CANTON CRAPES 10 case Canton blk Crapes, just received and for sale by P. REM SEN ft CO. mh It 2'i South - street. f EAD. 30 roll Street Leail, lor tale by U HUKU br.W ALL, mh 31 65 Umith - strwt. AM OLA9SKS. 3U hhds. Molasses, landing, LvX south side Uld - slip, lor laie ny . JACKSON ft WOOLLEY, mh 31 3t 75 Wall - street g 1 LOVER SEED ft LlMoEED OIL, now landinj, for sale by mrh 20 CORNELIU9 DUBOIS. RKSH DRY GOODS. f ft C. NICHOLS, No. 132 Pearl - street, have O , received and are now opening 2 cases hrst French Craie 1 do Nark Canton do 2 do black and c'olh colored Sewing Silk 1 do black Sinchews 1 do black Sarsncts 2 rin black Canton Fringed Hdkf 3 d 4 4 Irish Linen, very low 2 do brown Linen, 1 du Irish Sheeting 2 do cotton Platilla 2 do Steam Loom Shirting 2 du white and printed Jeans 2 do - Marseille Quilting, assorted 2 do furniture and common Dimities ' .2 do Mttdrass Handkerchief 2 do fine Book and Cninhric Muslins 2 do Millinetts, 2 do Carlisle Ginghams 2 do .CollonCastiuicrtl 1 do Pius io boxes 2 do Ladies Kid and Silk Gloves 4 trunks fine Plate Calicoes 3 do superfine Chints 2 bales superfine Broad Cloths 2 do Cassiuierrs 2 do Rhodes' Bombasets. All purchased at auction, oreqtially a low ol tlie importers, which they offer lor sale at a small advance. tun ju iui Irish mums, diapers, 5 - 4 sheitivos, ftc. 1'HOMAS SUr'Fr.RN, No. 6 Di pryster - st. lias received a complete assortment ol the following goods, per Britannia, from Newry, and lain arrivals from Dublin. 4 4 and 7 8 Linen ; 7 - 8 half bleached ditto 4 - 4 Linen, of Thompson's bleach 7 - 8 Lawn ; 3 - 4 Brown Lineos 7 - 8 Linen, in half piece 5 - 4 Sheeting : 7 - 8 Dowlas 3 - 4 Birds - Lye Dinper 7 - 8 Grey Lawn. Which, with hi former assortment of low pri - ced and fine good, are offered for (ale oo reo sonable terms. mh 30 Iw DAVID. G. GILLIES, 76 Broad - street, bas just received, and offer for rale, 12 case FRENCH GOODS; consisting of . Double fiorence, greens and cnangeablas Super chip flats; black and white crapes Assorted taffeta ribbons Fan and dlk hdkf. " mh 31 6t t R - 4NDY A few pipe 4lh proof Bordeaux MJ Brandy, very inperier, entitled to deben lure For sale at No 73 South - street, by mch30 3t . JAMES FOST1.R, Jr. BRANDY. POP ASHES, BUTTER, ftc 6 pipes imitation 4(h proof brandy, said to oe equal to any in uu city II barrels rot Ashes, (good hills; !1 bbt1"' V" r,wlioT Bu,ter 3 bale first quality Upland Cotton 25 hhds. Paris White 20 rolls Sheet Lead, assorted sires 270 bag Juniper Berriao, good quality 100 kezt bet Quality ground ginger. Forsaleby CORNELIUS DUBOIS, mnsuzw M r roni - sireet. Aim SCYTHES. J Doren Scythes, Waters' stamp, for sal by ' jAMta u'wuLr, jr. mch 30 67 r ront - sirei. riMlOKKS, DAVIDSON ft CO. offer lor sale at 106 Front - street 3 case Irish Linen - 2 do shawls 8 . do coarse Book Medina and ladies hdkf 10 cask Glassware, assorted 50 crate Earthenware, do 4 cases low priced Fowling Pieces 5 pi pee old Madeira Wine. mh 30 THRESH FRUIT 50 boxes Orange and 60 JL do Lemons, just received, for sale by JOS. JOHNSON, mh 13 9 Goaverneurs lane. ("lAMBRELE.NG ft PEARSON, 67 Boutfa - J street, offer for sate, LADI!TO, East India Cotton 90 bales called Jallooa, entitled to debenture. SToaa, East India Sutar 240 bags doable boiled, ea titled to de heat ure Canton Bil - 22 case twilled sennets, pongee and coloured satin South jog Tea 140 lacquered cannlsters, en - tilled to debenture . ' ' 1 Iron, Ac 300 tons Russian old sshle and Swedish fiat and square J 200 tons plate stoves, pig iron and iron wire Hemp 20 tons St. Petersburg clean Sheetings 15 bales Russia brown Madeira Wide 30 Dines Earthenware 60 crates blue printed dining setts, a sorted lustre ware and napoleon piatei Uu of Rotes iui ounce 2 bale Turkey opium' Goata Wool or Camel' Hair 10 bales 7 bales hops ; 40 boxes chocolate 600 boxes herrings A small assmtmeot of senna, scamony, gum myrrh ; gum martic, fcc. tic Box st ood. Dutch dales and elan bead A general assortment of apothecaries furniture, sic. Ana Window Glass, from the Boston and Chelmsford Glass Manufactory, of a very superior quality. - mliSI Oeff IVRKs - lSLAAU SALT. j3UU Bushels coarse bright Turk's - Il and salt for sal by TUCKER ft LAURIES, mh 31 29 South - st o r. CROIX RUM and SUGAR - 10 hhds n It rat nnaiitv Sneer 10 puncheons Rem t received per ship Chase, from St. Croix, landing at pier No. 5, North Ri - READEADITPETSTER, mhSI 3t 31 Old blip. UUSolA SHEETINGS. 16 bales browo XV Sheetings, of excellent quality jest receiv ed, lor aale by CAJ MBRJELENO tt PEARSON", . mbSI' . 67 eoewi - street. U AURAS CHfcClkJ. Dale sau Checks, foe sale by P. KEM8EN ft CO. Bk 31 . - 26 South - atreet. . . . : 1. i FOR 4AU5. A hsmlsotne Bay Horse, fsr the Sddlo or Gig. Apply at the Clab Stable, in Stone - street mh3X 3t GRAND BALL . 1 AT rrAsUtMlTOJi.lIALL. MR, BERAULT has the boner to bftwva th ladies and gentlemen of New - Yorm, thit his annual grand ball will take place on Thursday evening the 2d April, in the aahiog - toa - Hall saloon. - In the coarse el Use evening, a ballet dance, and several other fancy dance, will be performed by Mr. Berault's pupils, a follows : - ' 1 Entrance of a grand march, by 20 yooog U dies. 2 Corps da ballet, by 20 young ladies - 3 Pa d delta, by 2 young ladsee 4 Paiseul, by I young lady & The shawl dance, by a young mis , 6 Gavotte de Vestris, by 6 young ladies 7 The shatitrase, by 2 young ladies . 8 Corps de bullet, by 20 young ladies 9 The allemand, by 2 youug ladies 10 De deux, by two ouns ladies .' 1 1 Pas seuL with the tambourine, by a young uuy 12 1 be three graces, by 3 young ladies - . 13 Pasaeul, by a young lady , 14 The laasoti, by i young ladiea . - - 15 Corps da ballet, by SO young ladies 16 A grand march, to conclude with, by 20 young ladies. J he ball to l inn precise! v at 7 o'clock, and the ballet at 9. 37 Tickets, one dollar each, to be had at Mr. Berault's, No. 31 Courtlandt - ttroet, and at Wahin;ton - IIk' mb 12 3w JV l.h.T. From the first of May next, the three story brick house, No. S6 Uey - street. - Apply to Lc - UN AK1) IlLr - KCKKK, mh27 2w 37 Wall - street. 'i n i k - r .51 ' The well known country seat, formerly occupied by John a. itoulet, r.sq. oppnsiu that ol Mr. Jit - ptyster, on Uie UlooimnKdaln lload Apply to LA Utn., PALMKK ft CO. mh 2'l lie 71 Washington street. TO LET, " Those spacious HOUSES, No. 41 and 4d V all - street, lately known as the Vlerrbniit Hotel. They will be let cither together or separately. The boue No. 41 ha n building io Uie rear of it, containing twenty bed rooms will ure - places, which makes it one ofthemo.tde sirable situations in the city for a boarding bouse, ee - ially as the lower rooms may be let with advantage either for insurauce or broker's offi ce. For terms, apply to GEORGE BUCHANAN, mh27 14t 4 Sfoat - lane. TO LET, From the 1st of May next, the House Nu. 9t Broad wat, occupied by John Wells, Esq with Ibe Stable, ftc. in Ihe rear. Apply to l .j r i v. . a , mh 26 3tt Wnll - st. corner of ft assau - at. ii' a vi l li A room 'suitable for an Office, in or near tiudson - sireet. Appiy at mis roue. mh 25 tf TO LET, . - The house in Hudson - square, lately occupied by John R. Murray. Esq. It is spa cious and elegant, and possessed of every re. quisite convenience, fossrssion may be bad inimeoiately For terms, apply to MAJUIt II till.Lr.SrlR, It (up stairs) Pii.e - airect. N. D. Tlie above property w ill be sold to any one desirous to purchase, and the pay ment made convenient, mhsl 'JO LET, ThsiamiillS stonr brirlc honsa No. fP Pearl - street, suitable for a person currying on a tiade ill the house, having a light garrerund a midillinc sised store, roasessioa Bivra ii diatalv. Enuuira of IIAVIU DI ILUVV HOUU.l, mh 31 tf Stone - street, near Brotsd - atreet. ...... rt , . .f . , e STORE IO LEI', The fire' proof store in Governeurs lane, between Water and Frout - atrcet from 1st May next. Apply to TUCKER ft LAURIE.?, mh.11 29 South - street. IOR SALE, oo reasonable terms, Ihe Utensils V complete lor a SUAl and CAN OLE Wan - ufaclory. Likewise, first rale Mould and Dipt Candle, Enquire at No. 19 Nassau - tret - t. uih 30 Iw .VIAiVUFAC I OKV OE bILVER WARE. JW. FORBES, No. 90 Broadway, oo door . above Walt - trt respectfully informs his friends and the public that he continues to eiaoo failure silver tea and table setts, thurca plate, spoons, forks, ladle, waiters, urn, siphons, fish knives, ftc. ftc. of the latest and most elegnnl patterns, of the first quality of silver and sup, rier workmanship, at Ihe lowest prices for cash. An orders executed In a masterly manner, and warranted in all case at least equal to any ar ticles of silver manufactured or sold in this city. - In addition to his own manufactures, he has on hand an assortmsntof rich plated and fancy hard ware, which bo will dispose of very low, con sisting of candlesticks, cake baskets, castors, bottle castors, snuff! - and tray, plated oo teel, a - very superior article elegant pen, pocket andsporUmnu' knives, with a variety of articles not enumerated. men 3U ira FOR BALK, A PAIR ol very floe iron - grey HORSES, five year old, near ixteeo baad high, wel broke to the harness. One pair ol boy HORSES, six yean old, well broke to single or double barnesa Also aver fine Saddle or Gic HORSE, and A very handsome PONY, fit lor a young lady or gentleman to rid i with a light COACH EE. AU to be seen aiai jnno street, at ' WM BLOW LEY'S SUble. mh311w WHEATON'S ITCH OINTMENT. rTIHE long and successful ase of this ointment J. is a sufficient recommendation, os it has been found to be a pleasant, sale aad certain re medy for that disagreeable disease ta oil us sta 5es. It is for sale in the city or New - York, by . A. ft W. R. Pot No. 41 William - street I. ft T. Clark, No. 85 Msidea - Lano ; H. Ii Schieffelinft Co. No. 193 Pearl - street I Law rence ft Keese. No. 195 Perl - (treet t Hall Bowne, 146 Pearl - etreet R. ft L. Murray, 313 fearl - slreet u.M. ureonorst. 914 rean - street i John Penford. No. 4 KleU ber - street t Durvee ft Poe. in Pearl - street I John C. Morrison, 188 Greenwich - street , John P. Fisher, 106 Broad way i Waiters beamen. comer or Lhamber - su and Broadway, and also in Chatham - street I and ia short it may be procured at most of Ibe Dreg Store ia thi city Also in Philadelphia, of S. Withered It Sons ; George Harrell , norm sogers, and almost a 4 the dniggut ia Uie principal town ia the United states. LIKFWIJB, WHEATON'S J AUN DICE BITTER" may be had at the above places. . jeo tz ons To th Officer; SaUurt and ltdUon of Uu Reto - hilionary tf 'or. THE Officer and soldiers of Ihe RevoleUcna - ly Arm, sad the Officer aad Sailors of the Navy of the United - State, who served I the d..1i..:. Oaftir names placed oa the 7. rnoZ eng - ed in the land Md Naval ; J ih. United States derleg the Revoiu - .: . vyr, by spplrlng o U tobecriber. twaory war, y, . oshSI 2w 91 Wae a - atroet TKISH LINENS. A lew boxes 4 4 I run Ua - JL ea, porchased lor cosh for sale by D. SULLIVAN. mbSOIw 131 Water - street TTEMPEJ OSSABRUG9 - JS.A fc bales stoat Kemp eetra bnijs just recaived and for sal o rsasowabl terow, ly O. ft T. MEYER, mch 31 lw lUWaihrogto - . PUBLIC SALES. BY P. L. MILLS ft CO. " l" " llienday. - - At half past 9 o'clock at their auction rocmj an eatir invoke of 80 packaaes fresh imported French goods, comprising as choice and value ble a assortment as was ever offered for .sale io ti t market consuting of double chained levaa - tinea, double flofj - nres of oil colon, p'aia tafcta, ' satin and rich figured riblwoa, meoi acd vromens silk hose, do glove, rich merino shawls, levw - line do ; embroidered hdkfs. t rhuile lac and lace bands, tinea rambric aad cambric hdkff. fans, chenille cords, toreutine vesting, lilk bat covers, and a number of other article. - 1 he above good a in be sold on a liberal credit, which will be made known at the sale. - MARBLE FOR BUJLDIKQ, 4e. TH E proprietor of th southern marble qua. ries, near King's - Bridge, give notice, that ' they have ea hand, and are receiving, at the KingU - Bridgt 'Marble and Lime - lard, foot of Beach - street, on the Hudson river, an extensive stock of marble for building, of the following d. scriptioo, vis ; '" - '.. . V Asniar , sloping r Watertablo ,, ' FouiHlatioa Stone Steps ; Chimaey.Pieoea Platform , Facinp , . . Sills, Lintels . Columns' - 1 ' Arches. " . ' " V Also - Lim of th best quality. ' ' " " ' Tr A constant supply of the above material ay be calculated opon ; and those desirou of purchasing, or making engagements, will apply U IZKA LUULOW. Feb 11 Attn Yard. . REMOVAL. !D N. SMITH DAVIES bas removed bV chemical perfume manufactory and warehouse from No. 138 Broadway, one dor north of "Li berty - street, on the west wde ol Broadway. mm z NO I ICE. . 0? All persons having demands against the estate of Doctor Archibald Bruce, d. ease, Vre : requested to seed their accounts to tbe.ofiK.oof tin; subscriber, No. 5 Nassau - street. . PETEii JAY VU VRO, , Mh 27 la AdminMira'or. ' - CIIY ASSEMBLY. (f7 Those geutlemeii who liva not had an opportunity of pojing Ihtir attrip(Ki, ill have the goodness to send it to ooe of IN uiu. ger. . - - . mh 27 I w L 'I wo shares in th New - lurk Libraiy society, FOR SALE, price each. Koquir at no. 124 Broadway. mh 2U A. CARD. OCT Mr. WHALE respectfully make kunwa to the ladies and gentlemen of New i ork, that in consequence of M r. French taking ht r ronctrt on Tuesday, the 31st, Mr. VV public will beoa the Wednesday evening following i in the roars oi which several lanry dance will be danced by his pupils The Allemand Francais, ftc. by 3 young ladies ; a dance particularly adapted lor tlieeleganre of carriage and grace of person. . NOTICE. , !tj Cootignee of good psr ship Mmervm Smyth, from London, are reqoested to send their permits on board without delay, os all goods out permitted wiihin five days will be sent to the publio store the ship lies at Murray' wharf. , mch 30 ". NOTICE. 03r The subs.ribers bating received a ten) rr assignment ol all th estate of John Murray k Sons, for tlie benefit of cieditor aa es pressed I ia the asMgnmcnt, have authorised Peter Lad - I low to liquidate the unsettled accoantt aod to I receive payment of all debt doe to the said firm, I or to tlie Individual partners who will attend to it no. in rcari - eirees, WILLIAM BAYAHD. feb24 tf HENRY BARCLAY. - ' NOTICE. ' v".. , , (XT The copartnership heretofore existing under the firm of John G. ft Geo. Belts, is iki day dissolved by mutual consent The affairs of mid concern will be settled by John G. Belt, who will continue the business oa hi own account, at the corner of Mott and Pell streets. JNO. O. BETT8, mch 31 Iw OEO. BETT8. frr - TbeMajianers printed List of all Ihe oril ses drawn in the Medical Science Lottery, la thio dav received by G. ft R. WAITE. and may be examined grab, at their office No. 64 Maiden Lane i and those who have been fortunate ia ' drawing prist may iiumediuieiy receive tne rash for the same. The next lottery is for thev Milf'ord and Oweco Road, which commenceo drawing in one month the greatest part ol th ticket lieing disposed of, the lottery will be drawn with the utmost celerity. For ticket and shares np ply to G. ft R. WAITE. nih 31 21 NOTICE. irrf.L M1LU It CO'.' Sale of 80 Pack. 1 gesfresh imported French Goods, comprising a very choise and valuable assortment will take place on i nursdsy morning, at i J past 9 o'clock precisely terms will be liberal and. made known at time of the sale. mh 3 1 Ojpetat t ne Lut. try The prize list of the Medical Science lot tery no. 4, corrected by the manager, is rcv. ed, aad may be examined gratis at 8. k M. AL LEN a' truly lucky ofuce, no. 1ZZ ureadway. , Penons holding prises of nay deaominalioa. can receive the cash, or undrawn tickets, at Al - lens' office. No. 10.323 the 130,000 prise ia th last Me dical Science Lottery, vu sold and paid there. mch 31 3t . CAUTION. ST1 Having nndarrtood from a rpectabU source, that certain woollea cloths and cassi - meree auoufactored fat Yorlohiro, (Engl a 4,) bar bees, and are now offeriog m thi market, " both at auction and at private sale, with Ibe word Weottonnmleredge thereon, and aa exact imitation on the envelope of the piece, of IM arm of Messrs. Geo. Austin ft Co. of that place, (tbsir Dams only omitted,) I hoi U incumbent oo me, as the representative of Messrs. Aastia's, to give this pnUie notice that sock woollen are notof their manufacturing, and th mutating of tboir labels, and adapting th name Woottoansv - derodgo (the place of Messrs. ostin's rest - , dene,) si intendsd, no donbt, to deceive tb puWic, by passing thess off a goods from tbir saofactory. AU cloths aad casseree from . th bout ofMsesrs. George AaUn ft Co. a smU as the labels ea the envelop, have th) name Austin, (which is omitted m the imitatisv ia full, thereon, aad all lhat are not so marked, i mav be coMidered as a sporiou article. - .ay oe eoo DENSTOJf. New - York, 30th March. !' Q it7i7A7. - The spscious 4 story fire proof store, st UiO loot Of lDeny irccv, uieiy occupnu, . bv Messrs. J. Murray k Sons. Possession to be given on the first May next For term, spplyto MAJOR ft GILLESPIE, I a. an t : . a (II) OS i up suiiraj rinnint. LEGHORN HA IS, ftc t case buptruas) Leghorn Hate - 4 do. Italian Crapes, black. IVsala by " A. V. UUHUflU s BUU auu, mh 30 4t . ..." 20 Pine - etreet. - RENDERS TALiAJrV U UWES. " At EW tlmovaad jseond ! anew, aad xOOOSIsMghtered Hides, for eeJ. Apply to T. GIBBONS, ly - urwi. akllU ' : 1)30 Bbl wperftai Fredericksburg flour 100 do Rkhsaood country . . lldofinodo,brded Richid mdU Landing btm the br tcl

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