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IN; CH AN GERY. V4Ait (jVcta - ferc, m. IN peraaance of an order of this honourable coart wade io the above cant,, will be void .1 sshlin lactior.. l Hunt's Hotel, ia the village aNi.liarrh.oa the MXtet nuVdaV of Amil Belt. t twelve o'clock at nnoo. ander tbe direction ef xhf uitcrfbcri All that certain tract of land sit uate, lynig and being at Little Britain, ia tit tnmm of New - Wu.dsor. county of Orange, and ttitvafNew - York. ami k hound d a follows M Uic eft' I bj the land ot the bejrt of John VV elite?, deceased, on the north bjr lite Undt uf Ko - bert R. Darnel, on the - wstt bjr the laodt of gen. tral Jsroet Cliotoir, and no the tosUi by (be lands of the heirs of Samuel J. L. Norton, deceas ed, containing three hundred aod teo acre of 4aad, be the .awe more or less, wilb the here ditmr,!i itiut anmitlMiM In the tame beloitsr - Lie or in hiiv wine uirrtinine. United Febrsv air 17, lUia. THOMAS BOLTON, felt 88 lawtApldl. Matter in Chancery. . , i:. CHANCERY. ttite of New - Yotkt w. I it pursuance ofaa order ollhit honorable court, b - aring date the 19th day of January, ldo ' Willi iu.d at pablse auc ion, at the Tontine Coffee Monte, in the city of New - York, under - the direction oi the subscriber, at one of the master, ef this court, in toaratttott wparceli, PJ Thersixa), Uie FOURTH day of JUNEne.f, at twelve o'clock nt noon, " AO" thoie certain pieces or parcels und tracts of land, known at the north east stclioo of tbe tenth townttrip, in the , twelve town in Tioga county, being loll Nos. 20, 17, 28, S9, 30, 32, aad 38. Lot No. 26 coo - 'laiut about eighty acres i lot No. 27, abosioae hundred aad five actes t lot Nu. 28, 29, 30, and luirty tiro, each containing one hundred and four .arret, three (oortnt ana ao root ei lann ; lot no. 38 contain! 90 3 4 and nineteen rods - Alan, ' - west half of lot No. 24, which half contain! 61 acre. And alio tola Not. 1. 3, 4, 6 and on the gore lying westerly and adjoining on tatd ; northeast section, and wa. aunt eyed . and nd - ded to taid tection to make ap a 'deficiency in iid section, by a mitt. ike in a former survey. S id lota Mot. I, 2, 3, 4 and 6, containing about fifty acr each l and lot Nn. 7 about twenty five acres. Together with all and singular, ttie pre. faisei and appurtenance. Dated April lit. IU 18. JAMES A. HAMILTON, ap 1 lawtds Master inCbancery, MAYOrl S COURT. William L. Mathews ) - w. f John Cornell and Sarab, hit (n partition. ' wfe 1 f T 11LREA9 we. the an.lerticned commit V V sioners. a;ipninu d to wake partition be - iwren ine piruet in inn csuir, uj a mm u uic court of comwon pleat, filled thu mayors court, bf tliftcitv of New - York, heretofore made, did expo and sell Utf prtinittt hereinafter mt'ti - tioned, nt iublic aut - finn, to one John Lace, the bN - rmt bidder lor ihc same. am wnrrens ttie ' anld l hti licc(nt such tal.ylid n"f cooiily wilii the conditions nrthu snic orthi. preuiiMnhereiii - alter m"n tii Hied, ny piy irttf ten per cent, of the pnrchavc money n the day of sale, or at any tine unco whereupon lite said court, hya rule aaade Uie 21ft day o: March instaut, ordcrrd the fireBile hereinuft - r uetcnbrd, tu be re - toM. ow therifure. we. tLo taid CDraiLitiinnert, in ariuance o the said laM wnlmm d rule, intend to sellat public vendue, in front of the Ton tun - Coffee lloufo, on the thirt'.Cdth day of April ne - it,at twelve o'clock, at noon, to the hif - herf bidJeror bidders, allthntcertain dwplling houtt'i metrukgi - , teneineiit, and lot uf land, tituate, lying and being in the fonr'h wnrif of tlm city of New - Yoik. kiiorvn and distinguish d in a map tnereof ny lot numbei cightren I which tnid pre taitet and lot of hind is bounded as fullowi, aouilicrly ty C.tnker - tt. easterly by Roscvcltst northerly by lot nunihr - r tvventeen, aod westerly in (he rear by land belonging to arnh 'i'hnnpii. Containing iu length on caoi tide fifty feci, ami in breadth in front :nd rear twenty - five feet e.ich, with all and singular tlio wiys, wnter - coureei, ' harediUmonts and apriurtenancet thereto bo - lonirinff or i. any wise appertaining. Dated 23d March, 1018. JAMESON COX, JOHUA PKI.L, Jr. J. P. DIC'J'F.lUtll. Wm. W. M'Clelas, Att'y. mh 24 eod?w AOT1CL. fj The creditor! of John Bleakley, of the city of New - Yurk, iniolvent, are hereby no'ifii d to attend at the olTice of the subscriber, ntsinr - r of the taid insolvent, under the act em - .tied M aa act for giving relief in cate" of inolven - cy," at ine Law tsuuaiugs, no. i, nmce no. j, aituate in Mastau - urcet, in the city of Mew - York, te ascertain and examine the u Counts due to them respectively, on the twenty 6th day ni April next, between the hours of 10 A. M. and 3 P. M - And the Jaid creditors are further notified, that a dividend of the estate of snid insolvent will be made by the subscriber, at the place aforesaid, and between the hours above mentioned, nn the twenty fifth day of May next. New - York, J eb. 4th, 1818. EZBON SLOSSON, feb 5 law3m Astinee.atc. At a court ol Chancery held for the SI Mr New - York, at the city of Albany, on the twenty - iniru any or ninrt n, in uie year oi - our lord one thousand eight hundred and " eighteen,, , The honorable James Kent, Eiquire, Chancellor. Martha Tabelr, complainant, ri. !miw Tnvlnr.tJeniM B. Taf'or. Et - llier (). tiogrt, John T'nhele, Paul H. I Urn wo and Elisabeth U. Rmwn, hit f Wife, Plta - be A. Tnhele, fllartha v. Tabcie, Mry II Talwle, James Ta - tu cw.A Jnhn AbhllpliL 'dHfi - nHants. 0 reading and filing the petition or the complainant in this caute, and no nrtiJ ivitKn - nexed thto, whi rehy it appenrt that th bill of complaint in this cause is filud for the purtitinn oi certain lots of hind ft premii"t Inthe city oINew York I and it appearing by the said bid of complaint that the said lots ol land aad premises are aslollowt that is to say All that certain lot, f - ieceur parcel of I, .ml with the appuitenancrt, itunte in the lixtlt ward of the cily of New - York, and known and distinguished nt nuuilwr one hundird and Uiirty IwnCliatbnia - ttreet ;nnd alto those two certain lots of land with the appurtenance, Ivii'g together, situate in the fourth ward of the taid ci.y ol New - York, and aie now numbered and known and distinguished by lots number four anJ number six, in Hague street ; which taid several lots of land formerly belonged to the estate of Jooeph Outen Bogait, late oi the tity nf New York, deceased. And it further appearing by the said petition of the complainant in this cause, and the taid affidavit an - " acted tliereto, that process of suhpcen i his been iiiued a - pinst the defendants George Taylor, Paul 3. Brown and Elizabeth B. Brown, his wife, Phcebe A. Tabele and John Tabele, and that the above named defendants Geoige Taylor, Paul b. Brown and Lliiabeth B. Brown, hie wife, and rhajhel.Tahelr.reoide in he city uf Philadelphia and .late of Penntylvai ia, and that John I ahrle, another of the taid dereodaiits resides in llava - Ei, in the island of Cuba ; and that the snid tie - ft aduits cannot, nor can either of them, be found within the state of New York, te be served with ihetaid mbrojiia It it ordered, on motion of bamuel Join, junior, Eiq. of counsel for lh - complainant. that tl.e said 1f fiudants George Taylor, Pant 8. Bmwn, anc1 blitaheth B. Brown Iils wife, Phtcue A. Tabele, aud John Tabele, oi - nenr in this huuarahlft court tuiit nniw., tK l - ill of complaint io'thit caise hy the truth dry of July neat, or thit in defaolt thereof the tnid bill - of complaint lie taken pro - cunietso agnintt llwni. Ana it is inrineroraereo: mat a copy of thit order le puhlUlied, at leaM once a week, fur thrr - calendar one of the nwtiupert ptit.t - td in each of the cities of New V ork aud Allitnv. A copy. ISAAC L. Kit, Z 1 ldw!3v Amittnnt Resi. - r. VVANTFXl. A MAN and his wife, without children, to take charee of a tardea and dairv. about twelve miles from die city. Application to be inide at GRAN P THORBURN8, tp21w 21 Nassau - street. LEAD30 roUt FVet Lead, for tale by HURDA: SF.WALU s&Zl , 5 SouOi - itreet. 2 ...... . - jftm.york. - : L. ff'HE MtLFORU ft OWEGO ROAtt LOT. ' J. TERY, tot lacihtaling the intercourse be tweet) the wetlern parte of the State ei New? York and II City of New - Y srk, through, the Stales gfFnn.ylveoin awl NtwJerx. . : - gCHtME. , . 1 prize of Ttftioo DOLLAR3 .1 35.000 DOLLARS . 10,000 DOLLARS X 5,000 DOLLARS '10 " 1,000 DOLLARS 30 600 DOJLARS 140 100 DOLLARS 3200 30 DOLLARS ' 33?:6 Prix not two Blaolu to a Prize 10,0)0 'l ickelt Part of tnr Prizea will be determined at follows : Firtt 1000 Blank, Thirty Dollars each. Kiit drawuNo. ltt day, wiU be entitled to do " 2d do 600 do 3d do 1000 do 4tb do 600 do 6th .do 6000 do Cili do 600 do 7th do 10O00 do ftth do 600 rio . 9th . do - lOtH) do 10th do 600 do 11th do 36000 do . : K'tli do 600 do 13th do 1000 do .. 14th do 600 do 15th do 70000 do 16th do 600 do v J7tii do 1000 do 18th do 600 do 19th do loot) do 20th do ' 600 This Lottery will commence drawing at the city of Jersey, on the first Tuesday in May next, and will be completed in twenty drawings. The Driitt will he paid at the Union Baitk. in the ci ty of New - York, tixty dayt after the drawing win or. uunmu, suojeti to aueuucuon oi 13 pe rem. CHA9. KINSEY.) D. STUART, Comwittionert JNO. LINN. ) Tickets 30 dollars each. Adventurers and Dealer! can be supplied on application to ISAAC G. OG DEN, Jan 20 eodtf 48 Wall - street MEDICAL SCIENCE LOTTERY No. 6. S C II E M K. $ lOO.OHO ii 5100,000 20,!00 20,000 J0,UJU JU.WHJ 5,VW 6,OUU ,000 4,000 1100 4 5,000 J00 S,3UU so ico.uuo 5 464 Priiet 10,536 Blanks 16.000 Ticked at $fS each, 400,000 Less than two blanks to a prise. Will five hundred numbers eacb day un til raiopleled. rart ol the above prises to be determined at foliowt. The first drawn numbers from the first to the IfWn'.hduy inclusive shall be entitled to 1.000 eirh. The first drawn three thousand blanks to be en titled to $t each THE FIBJT DRAWN RVMBEB OH THK 16th day $i,W0 1.000 . 1.000 l.OOi 0,000 . 1,000 . 1,000 1,000 . 2,000 17th day 10th day I'Jih day 'JOtti day IM day - M day 2!il day 21th day Sfith day lOO.OOU The drnwiui: to commence on th Ant Tun lav in Augutt next. Tickets for sale bv the inunHgers until the 18th April. All the ticket remuining in their nanus will tie sold ut auction, accorditiK lo law. at the Union Hotel, in thu oitv 01 inew - lork, on the zuti April next, at ten o'clock mine loreiionn. . SA.ML. L. MITCHII.L, g HAAC DENN13TON, I MOSS KENT ' S JKREMI AH JOHNSON JOHN M'LEAV, )? mh 19 eodlm ffl - BOSWELLAj LEV10INK ftuccesira toand recommended bv William it Hmrv Max All) transact vendue and commission business, Petersburg, (Virginia. Tl ey occationnlly make advances upon Con signment t commit ted to their charge. Reference in e w - Yortt to Mestrs. Campbell U Lau'ecK - e, and Wm. and Sarnl. Craig. inh 30 endtiw TO i lib PUBLIC. rPH E subscribers are ready to contract to fur - 1 nifh almost any quanlity of Nurble, from their quarry at Xingshndge. The marble it I milar in colour and superior in quality to that of which the limit of the City Hall it constructed It can be got out to almost any tize and dimensions, suitable for every part of building, and would be delivered in the rough, or prepared for the building, accordiug to ordVr, at u moderate rate and at a short notice All orders may be lodged at I At C. BOLTON'S t.rlirr, No. 58 Broadway, or at Mr. GIDEON TUCKER'S, No. 4 White - street, or at the quarry, with M GK - JRGEW HAI.L. 'nth W 3iawlm r UlMsUI.UTIOJY O - Cur.iUT.VKHStlir. fc7 The co - partnerthip hr - ietofore eXMtinc between Caleb 8. Browcr and Georae F. Tho - mat, under the firm of B rower l - Thomas, is this hy dissolved hy mutual consent T he cini erns of the iirm will be settle.! hy Caleb S. Brower. C. S. BIIOWEU, G. F. I IIO.MAS. N;w - Y'ork, March 13th, 1818. N. B. Tl plumhinz buunets will ttill be car rird on by the tuhs'.'rilicr, nt the old established ttnnd No. 312 Wnter - ttrett, wliere all orders in his line wiTl be attended to with punctuality and diipatch. An apprentice wanted tithe above business. CALEB S. BROWER. mh 16 enH3v PIANO FOKTEii. I J MEETZ. 10 Maiden - lane, has just ree'd v. - per ship Waahing - ton, from London, an assortment of piano t'oi tcs, hum the manufactory of Ator ; 801011? m Inch areverj elegant cabinet pianos, withliarp pedals, of superior workmanship, well worthy the attention of tlioe who wish to supply themselves with a pood instrument. Also for tale, piano - fortes, of Tompkinson't and ISroadtkood's make London, and F.vrard'a Paris, together with liurps, and an assortment of the newet niiuic. mh 13 dlw&eoiUw tX)R HJLH. niil A very profitable FARM, of 1 10 acres. tw u tiiinlt under cultivation, the residue woot - laad, iitnalr on the sea shore, a quarter of a mile below the narrows, on the taten Lland side and a short ride front the steam boat ferry landing .'t iives a very extensive view of the bay and en virons of tw - York, within the Narrows, and ol Sandy Hook and the oceun For prwpect is equalled hy none, the line is uoqueiliunaiif Two tbirdt ol the purchase money may remain erured upon the land. Apply to A. V. D. t'oun - tniaon the premises, orlo W. A. SEELY. 113 Greenwich - street. TO LET. a cooveniei.t new 2 story house, adjoining the above, wilb a garden and about an acre ot land, r or terms appiy at aoove. mh 3 eodtf To Uu Cffietn, Soldim mud Sailort 9 iht Revo - lutionary H'ar. TH E Officeri and soldiers of the Revolutionary Ariuv, and tie Officers and Sailor of the .lavroitha Umtrd - btatea, wlto aerved in the Revolution, can have their names placed on the Pension lift of the I'niled - States, according to the act of Congress, patted .Marca 18, 1818, to provide for persons engaged in the land and N arml service of the United States during the Revofu - uoamrj if ar, oy aipiins; to the snbsenher. mh 31 Sty BAMLS BUCKMA TER, 91 flassau - ttreet 1 prize of I of 1 of I of 1 of 2 vf 45 of 62 of 5,360 of . - tA rBEUCrf LANGUAGE. ';J AVOUNG Man, a aative of Bwiaerland, who weM recetmBettdedt we Id ander take the teacliiag if Ike f 'reach laageage, ia eo academy, or would take choree of a genlleotaa't family, aad to the I'leacb language would - add that of writing, arithiaetict gegrapfiyf Ae. Ice. Hit leraM would be moderate, aad would eo all in hit power te lender hintelf atefu) Please ad - drett a line for A. at No. 163 Broadway, which will be respectfully attended to. H. B. The adrertiser ba no abjection, to go to any pan oi toe imted - sutet. mh 85 2w ' INDIGESTION, oh SOUR STOMACH, IS acknowledged by medical writers to be a complaint of stubborn kind, and at all timet very difficult of cure. Tbit it tutSciently illustrated in the disappointment of those who nnior - tonatety suffer under it, at they, for the most part, find that after having tried many things to little or no Durpoac. the v are at last oolieed to ne (for perhaps the remainder of life) tucb articles at t an at best but palliate the disease. Under tuch circumstances, any medicine capable of removing the complaint, mutt surely le an article highly deterring the attention of all those who are afflicted with it t such a combination is to be met with in DR. MEAD'S ANTl - Diotr - 1'IC or STOMACH PlLLS - the tuccess ol which bas never yet been ecpialJed, for the cure 01 dyspepsia in it most complicated lorm, sucn at lots of appetite, naetea, btart burn, flatulency, k rut wing pain in the stomach, pain in Die sine, great cosuvencss, paleness in cie counie - nance, languor, lownett of spirits, pain in the head, virtigo or giddiness, ann disturbed sleep. Whoever applieg these pills in the above disease, according to the directions, will never be ditap - pointed, at they have never been once known to fail in producing a radical and permanent cure. The nu of a tingle box will convince the roost unbelieving of their efficacy. They will most effectually remove all sourness of the stomach, not merely bv neutralixine the acid, but bv cor recting that morbid state ol thciecretiont which gives rite to it. and at the same time win renore to the debilitated organs of digestion, that tone and vigour which is absolutely necessary to the well twins: of the animal economy, rnce one dollar per box. For sale by jvtix muicmoun, uroggisi, No. 188 Greenwich - street. Where mar be bad, wholesale and retail, a laree and central assortment of eenuine Drugs nu iTieoicinrt ; curemui iubiiuuicuis. nuvim - - - f I ... 4A,k. rary's Glass Ware ; English ahd American Patent Medicines. Alto, Dyer's and Fuller's aiti - clet, Medicine Chetts, tic. On liberal terms. nihX5 2m MANUFACTORY OF SILVER WARE. T W. FOR B Ear, No. 90 Broadway, one door I . above Wall - street, respectfully inform! bis friends and the public that be Continues to manufacture silver lea and table setts, church plate, iponns, forks, ladles, waiters, urns, siphons, fLh knivct, tic. iic. of the latest aud most elegant patterns, ef the Ant quality of silver and superior workmanship, at the lowest prices for cash. All orden executed in a masterly manner, and warranted in all caaei at least equal to any ar ticles of silver manufactured or told ia this city. In addition to hit own manufacture, he hat on hand an assortment of rich plated and fancy hard ware, which be will ditpose of very low, (on - ilme ol candlesticks, cake baskets, castors. bottle castors, suuffers and trays, pUted on steel, a very superior article; elegant pen, pocket aud sporUman's knives, with a variety of articles not enumerated. mch30 I in A COLOURED BOY the time limited hy law a smart, sober and industrious lad - understands all kinds bouse - work. and takine care of horses; alto working 00 k farm or in a guraen lie is nineteen years of age and ot a good disposition. Any person that want a lad possessing those qualifications, will get information at No. 25 Bowerv. inhSCtf ELIJAH WARD. PLAaTEUOF PARIS MANUFACTORY, At the foot of Harrison - street, North - River, i AfHEllF manulactuml Platter, forcorni - V .et and other purposes, mav be had, war ranted uf the first quality, at one dollar and twen IvJiie cents utr bushel. 1 lie manuiactury is conducted by mr. John Tucker, who has served a regular apprentice ship to the niasoo butinett. mh 21 JOHN DYERS. MORRIS ACADEMY. 'IMIE directors bnving engaged Mr. JAMES J. U JOHNSON, a eraduate of Yale Colleee. to preside over this institution for the term of fif teen years, inform the public, that it will open under his care, nn the first Monday in May next. Mr. Johnson is an experienced teacher, of correct morals, wtll quulibed to instruct ami govern thrne committed to his charge. 1 he youth seut to th is institution will be fitted for any college, lor the counting room, or, if desired, will be instructed iii tlie branches generally taught in our colleges, as far as they can be attended to, without expensive apparatus. 1 be known healthiness ol the viiingn, and us facility of intercourse with New - York, preterit ttronir inducements to parents to edueate their hildien here Good board, in resectahlr fami lies, cau he obtained tor $t 60 ct. and if J per week, includin: waihins. mendine. etc. 1c. Aud parents at a distance, who may find it inconvenient to occompany their children, may lie assured that ever) useful attention will he ihetvg thrniiu providing board, clothing, books) &c. by auorewng a line 10 enuer 01 ine innowini; Ken - tlcitien, tu. Revd. William A. M'Dowvll. Gen. John Douzhtv. Maior Daniel Phatirix - Doctor AiMiraw itunt, Doctor a. J.Lewis, or Uoctor lwii gondii. By order, and in behalf of the directors. WILLIAM A. M'DOWELL. Pretidcnt. Morristown, N. J. March 14, 1818. - ap2 lw) Between four and five hundred arret of 'and, together with two dwelling houses, and sundry out bouses, a taw - mill, and two or three fine mill - eat, suitable lor any description of factories ; all compactly situated, in the town of Canaan, in the county of Columbia, in this state, and about 21 miles distant, from both Albany and Hudson 1 be land, for the mort part, is of prime quality, and in enod cultivation, and will be sold in ditisiona to suit purchasers. The water - privileges are tucb at cannot often be met with, and worthy the attention of manufac turert. The xreater part of the purchase money mav remain on mortiaee several yean, if desi - red, or proierty inthe city of New - Yotk would he accepted iu exchange. As the premites, in part at least, are to he riipofd of AT A IX r.vr.NT. they will he told on vert bkasona ULE TKRMS. Enquire of It. W. WARNER, New York, or .JASON WARNER, on the premises, ap 4 lawSin rfVJX Arere eii Cellar to Lt I, If IS Tl e Store and ( ellar No. C7 Pine street to Let low, apply 00 the premises, np 1 3w To La,'', The spacioiit 4 story fire proof store. at loot ol Liberty street, latcty occupied bv Messrs. J. Murray A Sons. l'o,ess:o to be given on the Nrt May nevt. For terms, apply to MAJOR G1LLF. - PIE, mil 31 79 (up atairs) Fine - stt cct. ttuij The dwelling part of the house No. 114 liroa - lwny. It would make two good olficci .p2 lw MuUN f V EUNvJN HOI EL. THE subM - nhrr takes this method to in - furtu Uie public that he bas taken for Uie ensuing season that well known stand formerly orru - Iiied by DvJe. about five miles Irom Uie City U1L on the Boston road, acd intend to open it as a public bouse for the reception of company. on the Erst of May next, when gellemto and ladies will be accommodated with every comf.wt and elegance lo t expected at such a house, 00 the most reasonabl terms. The bekt of Uqiort of every tort will be al ways kept ready. EZRA CALDWELL. N. B. Wanted a good, woman cook. ap2 la ft Esratfiaxt and CArAVDAievAaAutviTAcr TaatK TIXII A WEEK - . - ' a - . I EAVES Newborsb eve - - 3T 1 Ij tr Senday, Tuesday, Vv,. J and Thartday arornings, at riT, - 1 - 1 " "'''" runt uirousu MfeteomtrT. BloomiMrbereh. Mooticdlo, by White Lake, Cothecton, Mount Pteaaaut, Great Bend.CheaangoPoiut. Owega, Ithica, and Ge neva, tpcananaatgna. Retarnbio iearea Canandaigua every Mon day, Wednesday and Friday mornmga at three o'clock, and arrivea at Newburgh, the third day in time to Uke the Steam - boata which arrive in New - York the following morning. fXj may br expected llmt at all limn when the sleam - bool alter Iheir dayt of running, that line will alter to as to meet them. The whole route w.ll be perfumed in three dayt, from the first of Mav, until the firtt of Kovemoer ana iiom ue nrei 01 huiwufw until the fifteenth of December, and trorn Uie fifteenth of March until the first of May, in four dav and from the 15th December, un til' the fifteenth of March the tame line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to Cauai.daigua in four day. Pattengert travelling from New - York to Canandaigua, Niagara or uuiiaio.can leave York in the eveninir steam - boatt, and arrive in Canandaigfta in three dayt a distance of three hundred miles. The line is well furnished with good, new carriages ; good horses, and careful and experienced driver Every atten tion will be paid to render the pasaageof the traveller tafe, easy and expeditiout t and it is believed that the accommodations on this line are euual toanv line in the state. ffT FAKE trom Kewburgli 10 lananuaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. B. A branch of the tame line runt three timet a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line mna from Owego Tioga Point, thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, He. V BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey. Bloomingburgh, V.. I'.. St. J11I111. Mount Heataiit. L. & R - Manning, Chenango, iProprie - Luther Cere, Ithica, I . tort Samuel Green I iff, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Laming, mh 14 drjm ' LATIN, i'&CBCH AND ITAI.laS LAMiVAUKS. it I R. CASATI, formerly president of the IV J. AOjeoeut of Treviso, and perpetual terre - tarvofthe Academy of Belles Lettres. at Ve nice, iic. offers his services as teacher ol the La tin, Italian and r rench languages, in academies, boardinz w hoolt, or private lessons. He would have no objection to tako hoard iu a respecta ble privute lanniy with pupils, in order ta .perfect them hi the languages. Sudicient references will be given.' Any commands addressed to him (to the care of Messrs. Burard Xc Mondon, No. CO Maiden - Lane) will meet with immediate attention. mh2018t VALUABLE" RttVL ESTATE FOR SALE, l.f THE tlTV or NEW - YORK. FIVE lots ol ground nn the wett side of Greenwich - street, between Vestry and Desbrot - set - streets, 25 by UO. Four do iu the rear of the above, fronting on theeatt tide of Wathington - street, 25 by HO. Eight do in the block below, between Washington and West - streets. in Montgomery lOunty. 0000 acres of Land in Lawrence's purchase. near East Canada Creek, ou the north side ol the Mohawk. In Franklin County. 15.162 acres of Land, iu the towns of Mount Morrit and Dayton. In Lsscx County. 7832 acres of Land in the town of Barryniore. In the County of Lewis. 1250 acres ol hind in Catterland, Chanaoi; Purchase. In Saratoga County. 2000 acres iu I'Muier's purchase. Enquire at Uie office oftiie subscriber, 34 Cedar - street. BEV. ROBINSON. mh 17 tf H EA'TON'a ITCH .OINTMENT. TMIE long and successful use of this ointment J. is a sufficient recommendation, at it bat jeen found to he a pleasant, tafe and crrtaia ie - nieuy lor mat disngieeauie disease id all its sla 5es. It is lor tale in the city or new - ork, by . A. St W. R. Pott, No. 41 William - street; I. T. Clark, No. 05 Maiden - Lane 1 H. n. Schieffclin tl Co. No. 193 Pearl - street; Lawrence Ac Keest. No. 195 Pearl - street : Hall k Bowne, 140 Pearl street ; R. tl L. Murray, 313 rearl - street ; J. si. tiradhurst, 314 rearl - street ; John Peuford, No. 4 Fletcher - street; Duryee & Poe, in Pearl - street; J'hn C. Morrison, 188 Ureeiiwichstreet; John P. fisher, 106 Broadway ; Walter A: Seaman, cornel of Chamber - st. and Broadway, and also in Chatham - street ; and in short it may be procured at most of the Drug biuret in this city Also in Philadelphia, of S. Withered 1 Sons ; George Hariell , North ft Rogers, and almost a I the druggists in (lie principal towns in the United States. LIKEWIlt, WH EATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be had at the above places. jan 22 6m A LADY well qualified to give lessons on ia. the riann rorte, mtornis the public, that she Will give lessons three times a week, at the moderate price of Ten Dollars per quai ter. Application to be made to John Read, ,No. 3b Lourtlamlt - street, or Alexander M Muir, No. 521 Pearlntreet. mh 24 2w CU.WhRT. T lit - It's - re - r II . a nr.wii 1, respecuuuy acquaints iiu fj . friends and tbe public, that his Benefit Concert, vill be on Thursday, April Kith, at the Assembly Room City Hotel, Broadway. rariicuiars, 01 wiucu win dc announced in futuie advertisements. mh 27 14t LKtCS ITCU OIrfMEjVT, UfARRANTED an inUllibls remedy atone f f application, may be usod with perfect talely on infants a wek old, net contain;ng a particle ol mercury ,or any dangerous ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with that offen tive iniell which attend Uie application of other remedies. The above medicines are prepared and sol J at I.F.E'S Mcdiciue Store, No. 46 Maiden - Lane. and sold by S. CARLE, cornet of Fulton ami Watcr - ttrcets. , Drui.'ts auJ country store - keepers supplied on lilx - rxl term). Jau 2 WILLIAM HOOKER, No. 202 vtate. - sl. corner of Fulloii - street, New - York, having rrceivrd a large supply of the real JAPAN BLACKING, of Day ft Martin, 97 High Hoi - bom. IxiqJod, offers the tame, in wholasale or retail, lor exportation, or home roosumption, on terms the most liberal and advantageous to purchasers. This inestimable composition, with half the u - tual labor, produces a mot bn'.liani jet black, fully equal to the highest japan vrui.'h ; afibrd pecitli - ir nourvhment to the leather ; it will not toil the finest tinea ; is perfectly free from any unpleasant tmell ; aud will retain its virtues in aav climate. As an incontrovertible proof of the uj - erior excellence of this Marking, it has Mood the te - t and commanded the most ratenfive sale in all q uarters of lL globe, for upward, cf half a eta - ry. xeoia f tv; POST COACH USE oe PHILADELPfllA ( BT WAX OS? OWL - oull fi IJtPOBTAVT TO PAStKVCERI. Kn rnn - utrtHin with the noet chaise line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPOSITION REVIVED. A NEW Line of Post Coachet with every ccm - . vemence for passengers ar.d bageaje, ot Springs - Til BOUGH IN ONE DAY. The Post Coach will start from the Coach of fice, old No. 1 Courtland - street, N. York, every morniug, (Sundays excepted) at six o'clock, by way of Newark, New - Brunswick, Princeton, Trenton aid Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the tame evenine. United States Mail Coach, with a guard, with every convenience lor passengers and oaggage, on springs. The U. 8. mail coach will start from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtlandt - street, New York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morucg at 6 o'clock. Otly 6 paiseiurers admitted. For seats inthe above named Lines, apply to inua. wrti inr,L.iJ, at uie old estaousneo Coach, Stage and Steam Boat office, at Uie old No. 1 Courtlaudt - ttieet, the second office from Broadway, new - York ; or to A. 1 . UUUU RICH ft CO. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, New - York. fc - All goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. juse.rn l,tojm, sua ti uu. N. B Expresses sent to any part of the Con - uodoi, ut inujiag nmiriuiu. mh 28 fsT CHAISE LINL. LADELPHIA. A POST' CHAISE will leave New - York every day (Sunday excepted) at 0 o'clock io Uie inornins by way of Newark, only six passengers admitted, and arrive in Philadelphia the same evening. Fare through, S3 J lie new Steam Boat Cine fcapenmeDl, will leave New - York every day (Sunday excepted) at hrtll past 2 o'clock, in the Steam Boat Atalan - ta, aud arrive at 1'hilndeltitia tbe next Oay at 4 o'clock, by the steam Boat A.1AA trout Bristol t are tliroueb 5 dollars 5U centt. For Seatt in the above lines, apply at the Post Chaise Stage and steam Boat Office, 1 18 Broad way. opposite the City Hotel. (E7 All goods and baggage at the risque of uie owner. JOHN N. CUMMING, Newark. JOHN GULICK ft SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON ft HOWELL, Philadelphia JV. B Ei pr tins tent lo any part 0 the Union, mh2S SfOhTU lilt Hit J2'i.'W.U BUA'iS. The Chancellor Livingston will leave New - York on Saturday, the 28th intt. SETCCCaW so.. - . - t.'gj. - . - int 5 f . M. J here will be a bout leave New Vim k every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 5 P. M. and Albany 00 tame dayt at 9 A. M. until further notice. nib 23 'JUr. tOUJtl) STEAM BU.HTLim:. J he proprietors, with a view ol accommodating the . aiypublic, by extending Uie line .'.rio Norwich, intend makiui tbe experiment Hilli the Fulton, Capt. Law, and tins route (11 found practicable) will he continued during the season. The line will in future be from New York to Norwich, as lollows : The Connecticut, Chpt. Bunker, will leave New - ork every Monday, Wednttday and Friday, at 8 o'clock, iu the morning, lor New - Haven. The Fulton, Capt Law, will leave Norwich at 6 o'clock in the morning of the same days, touch nt Jf em - London and depart Irom thence for JVeie - Haven at 8 o'clock. The boaU will meet nt A'ewHann, and depart Irom thence every Monday, It'tdnrt - day and Friday, at 7 o'clock iu the evening the onnecticut lor vei - r ore, auo uie ruuon lor few - London aod Aoticith. mhl7 STEAM BOATFOR SALE. be" (fcpr For tale, a well fini1. - ed Steam Boat, of sraidl culated to carry convenient ly ttliuut sixty passengers - Her hull is of the best timber, and she is copper bottomed up to the bends, prepared to be put into a line ol running immediately, sue draws uui winy - two inches of water, and from tbe advantageous construction of her machinery, can be worked at one half thedaily expense of steam - boats in general. She will be sold a great bargain, if applied for shortly. Enquire nt No. 48 Wall - street, of mh 20lf ISAAC G. OGDEN ft CO. SWIFT SURE MAIL COACHES, FOR PHILADELPHIA, rrtin 0O ceave New - York f!ieve:y morning (Sunday's ex cepted; at uo'ciock, aud arrive in Philadelpliia next doy to dinner. The puhlick houe are good, and reasonable in their The drivers, burses und coaches are not inferior to any others now running between triete two cities. Tbe beautiful country, and the excellence cf the roads on this rout, connected wilh the safety, comfort, and reasonable axpences, are bcleived to be ttroog inducements to travellers in giving thit line a decided prefer ence. T he ttrictett attention will be obseived by the proprietors in giving general satisfaction. All baggage and packages will go at Uie risk of Uie owner unle's insured and receipted for by the clerk of taid office. Stage tare only $5, with a generous allowance of baggage. Parties wishing to travel at uie ir leisure, may engage the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, by applying one day prcvioui to starting. For tents apply at io. 5 Courtlandt - sfrect, New - York. LYON, SONS, k CO. ap 2 Proprietors. SELECT BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOYNG LADIES. AT RS. BOWEKING, now Mrs. Brown, has iV i. removed her well known Establishment from New - York to Eiixaheth Town, New - Jersey, not a Quarter of a mile from the public turn pike road. The situation of the place possesses every advantage lor a seminary ; and wni ena ble her to reduce the price of lioard much low er than can be afforded in New - York.' The hr. - uithct taught, are, Orthography, English Grammar. Ileadins. Writine. Arithmetic. Geo graphy, wiUi the use of maps and globes, Attro nomv. Historv. HI air's Lectures. Composition Music, French, Botany. Chi - mMry. Drawing in crayons. Painting in oil, on velvet, aod io water - colours. Plain Sewing, Needlework on muslin, Kmhroiderv ou silk nod worsted. Fillezree, Quadrille, 'Grotto and Wax - Work, Gilding end Japanning, witb a variety of other laocy woras mh l'l Im NEW MUSIC. I U5T published hy WM. DUBO'". at his I piano forte and music ttore, No. 126 Broad - av. Braham't celebrated Polacca, arranged a. a Rondo, by Steihell Favorite Venetian Air, arranged as a rondo, by Latnur Paddy O'Carroll, with variations for the piano forte, by f. K. Aloran. SONGS. O softly sleep my Baby Boy The Lt Token, or remember me. Alto, all Mr. Fhilipps' Songs to be bad as a oove. ien 1 TO FARMERS. TIHE .ubscriber can furnih Ble farmers of JL the adjacent country with ground Platter of rant in any quantity, 00. tbe shortest notice, in barrels or otherwise. JOHN BYERS, Feb 23. tf Foot of Harriton - st. N. R. C - g - A, - .J'i .,.:.r - - . ...... - Jt - r FOR PHI fa janurnggfA io sue, with t cabin!, and cat - A sOlM paofa, kw kow to dutwl , if - S, .I tbJCgl that differ ",,U' aod surcerv then, tytorettomVoi.' tte abuse of MERCUru" 1 rasb - iiidMcrituin.t. .ZJzu A it bit Am. tied thereof, baTbeea TZ tire of iB2 rS.0" Prodsu lands ure aanually mercitr.i;.T7"" J - ence. The disease we have ia vie. Ul resulU chiefly to thi.rcVWhat IV that a young man, tbe hopes of hi, couttJtP"J,J the daiung of tu, parents, tbould beTTj way from all the p. - ospecta and erymeS, - by the consequences of one tmemoVd erf!rt and by a disease not in U ownaCfV which only proves so from neelect or tL tj - eatmenL". A getlemar ate D, Uent) now perfectly bearry and well VSn.1 - under physicians of gene, - J rcUc.'1J,,, and repeatedly taJivaWd, wCrecmi' Dr. U. (by a gentleman of tbit city?h1?r,u were carious, and hit flesh droPpinror hit declared be could pSJH": t wo months longer. Thousands MneJX. know with what ease and ttterV DiTf catet the teverctt cases, and cfli&riw'tS',!" tution. The Doctor', plan (adver?.) cetsary to guard the public against thm . Jz mercury, and fatal delusions, held " Pertons, therefore, having contraedT vale disorder, or tuspectiiig latent Doivm admonished not to tamper with toeir7n.L?r' tion, or conceal the disorder, till pastiw . ry j oUiers having the remains of at oT, or other impurities of the blood, uwell ..1 er complaints of a delicate nature. ir.; sex. should remember posterity, tjtd do - to their consciences, by making - tnijfrr to Dr. H. at hi. old and lishmeur, No. 64 Water - street, fC bo,! nmi.l - Hn Ia Kf..:. .. .7 ' uoit west , :' ' prompt aiiutaac. tone calculated lo prevent disclosure. AnAkJt let uie claim your serious attention Ktot a tuperhcial cure it uo cure at all ; unlessOhi sines, is radically done, you will certainlyhaj. be disorder break out agum With redoubled bL ligmty, at some future period ; perhap, then wul be loo late lor remedy. Don't you oftei Tmert S Uie sircels miserable, mutilated beings, witblS even a bit of nose ou their face . Tako wanbr I beseech you. pr. IPs. character for skill and stubborn int.. gri ry being uuivei sally known in this city. arc. 1804, guarantee to patients - that delicacy lod ii. crecy hitherto unknown, and having confined hit practice fo' years past, exclusively to Uie core o( diseases 0, Uie bio .1 system, they maysafelyoL culnte on the most decided advautaget incu tuliing Dr. II. . Gleett eradicated in tw or three weeki. Stricturet removed wiUiout bougietriranycth. er instrument ; and all d. bilitiett likewise all old ulcerations, .fistula's ftc. A plurality of odicet are prorided, and so sits, ated Uiat patientt are not exposed toeach other', observation. Open till half past 9 in the evening All persons concerned are invited to be free ii tailing, and .neakiug wilh Dr.H. which, is ires of coit And here the Doctor cannot avoid tit expression of gratitude for innumerable recon. mendations, and for the decided preference (it i, presumed with inst cause) Ion? rivm kin, k. . judicious public. in. 15. aii letter, must he post paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 Ij XK1TUEH QUJiCKKJiY AOA LWoSl - T10JS'. DR. EVANS' superisi method of curing a certain Ditease, isnowonires sally acknowledged in this city ; his mode of trenuneai is perfectly mild, rale, peuiuous. ana 01. chargti reasonable. In every is. (stance he warrants a cert, and will return the pay if b. does not perform agrscael Mtocoolract. - There are many persons in this city and rtt T cinity, laboring under various chronic disesto, such at cancert, old inveterate ulcers, terertlt or bingt evil, fistulas, diseases of the erethn, bladder aad ktdoiot, old cooipliciUcrf cotnrJaaa of a certain nature, bilious aad otntr obnroc - tiots, rheumatism, ire which they coaoder rncii - rable, they cen certainly be cured (in general) by applying at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, No, 9, Peck - slip, having practised in extehtivt hospitals in Europe 12 years, uiJer tome of tbt first Surgeon, and Physician, in tbe world, and made those obstinate diseases Ids constant study for 30 years. Oct 12 Kf The subscriber haying recently retornsd from England with an important improvement ot the artificial spring LEG, he takes this method of informing bis friend, and tbe public, that all those who are to unfortunate as to be in want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by applying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. Jan 22 WM. PURVIS. frt - WH EATON k DA VIS, Fancy Chair Manufac turers. No. 153 Fultun - street, opposite St. Paid Church oner for tale, wholesale aa' retail, a large and elegant assort ment of Curld Maple, plain painted and ornanal cd in gold ft hronze, Bttaboe, Plain and Gilt Balls, Rocking, Bewing, and Conversation Chain, Sofas, Settees, Loungcet, Music Stools, ftc. Orders from any part of Uie continent exscited with ueatneiis and dispatch. Old Chain repaired, painted and oroameaies. rah 9 v NEW DnESSlJfO ROOM. , AFRUMENTO, No. 1 Wall - streetjoanv . turned (Aim italv. has the honour to iruoO the gent'emen, Uiat be euts and dresses hairia the latest style, and in a matner so as 10 "t .u. ..,.:. u. k,.. r. ..Uaauattl - ty of RAZORS of tbe fint quality, if vey not please on trial, Uie purchasen are at ""'2 in return them, and receive the money - B likewise procured a very nne hone, anaj to lestore raxors to a very keen edge and about they not cut he will receive no recompence. . - . ., u I....IA honor hi with their pafrouage, may depend oatbtawx. r.bWw.l.r ...lit M,ruu - I fill Allnflance. p. - . 1 . 1 n Kv the crssr - ter will have their raxors, Ic. kept exckisiveij lor themselves. J P. S. A ifood lourneymaa wanted. . PFJ mhltf as anove. run. 0.11.11, . r. THE CIRCULATING LIBRARY',. ifS ton - ttreet, near Broadway, cowistiroi extensive and choice collet Uoo of bisWjVjrr .. - ,..,.. mnaaces. BOVWi ...... . 1 . Li Catalogues may be examined at the hbtary, which it open for subscriber!, ataiaal. mh4tf .. NEW - YORK ; ,,rrr PRINTED AND PUBLISHID MICHAEL RVRN1IAM k CO. No. 42 Pin - E - rrnKT.

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