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INSOLVENTS, ADVERTISING FOR, 'I lift BENEFIT pFTUE ACT IS TH13 STATE, 'I erit from th Albawt Aa thi x fftYorkBtfort Rkliard titer. Recorder. " n.nilim Truss. MaW Charles VY. Oakley, John LoM.jun. AbrahaB Yoorhies, May SO ( , Wm. B. Townen4. Mot 11 . Mi VuDuier. May 19 ' Wi. Wimr, Henry E. Hoyt, May lo NjthtniuJ Mitchell, June 13 I....H... IV. !,.... m fill lltj. Williamson, Win. Bnncklcy, May; 19 vm. I liomp - mi, , , , , Isaac Deyoe, May 19 Fphraim Marr, May 21 ; . . ,' Charles Cromwell, May 8 ' ' Benjamin M'Gintris, May 11 James Bovee. May SO ., Bjlorooa W. Winchester, April 30 - William W; Morris, 'April 2J " YiUiam HooeUnd .oi . . ',' Thomas C. Terry, June 2 " - ' Daniel Turner, April Si Jehn Bnllcy, May 5 - ' - Oshea Wilder, June 8 - ' ' ' !Dnii 8. Baker, May 8 .. , ; Llias Pelletreau, Mur t ; , ' Mitchell Townsead. April 30 , Thomas Manual, Jan. April 30 Henry Hastings, Mv 6 . , . . : Stephen .Mum. May 16 AaUiaa O. Osooro, April 82 Ambrose Pe frins April 2tf Joseph Sistare, April 88 y rerkin Nichols. May 6 ; John B. Lafoy, April 18 Jobal. Momiord, May 16 , .. , John Dpew, April 21 j Adam Dobbs, April 35 ' Peter rkJimidl, May 23 Philip E. Muhlenberg, do . Lew - it Roger,, April 28 : J a,. Gale. May II Arnaua Lnvand; April SI Joseph low. April ?9 - .(., Thomas Butler. May 12 E. Uaac Cropty, April lit . . James Coy let, May 8 Wil.um llamiltotv April 14 . ' ' Ilacbel Waodell, April 13 Abraham L, Schayler, April 29 W.r.L.a, Thfoll Anril Id ' ' Thomas Storey, April 88 1 Judton Confielddo James Worrell, April lo J ill ham A. French, April SI John R. Wilbor. April 85 DanieJ Stanton do t r FaytonOay, ApriMS ' , 7 Hylvetor Gilbert, Awil 50 ' William WiUon. April 28 Valentine W. Weit )n, April 58, i Ilnuia I)nd!fe. April 14 wl4ariy tmwty Before Philip S. farker, Re - ..., , , . comet, tnJiitinny. .Arnold iVulrnn, Mair 15 . ri.imuel l - gg, June 5 Jarnc WiiMUiwlor, May 0 - , tSnmuel l)5g, Mar 20 Jm Campbell, May 1 Eliphakt Bleel, June 3 , Horace Broughton, Anril 17 John H. Jonea, April 24 r'k.rla Urmilt. Anril 4 - HobtH Aadaraon k Wil inn Andenoo, May 8 George Vining, jr. May 1 Daniel Power,, do Before J polite Monrt. Abraham D. ciermerli..m, May 8 ' Alher Slurdcvnnt, of Cceynian, April 18 Xniiton county Before PelerHmitli, fint judge in Pclcrboro. lirael Ohoro, J one 20 David Lowell, May 9 Robert Farringti. Ma 16 William Hali h, May 16 David Powell, Mav 9 Joaeph Moffcl, April 85 Olscgo County Before Jotrph White, fint . jtufirf in uie town rv .nerry i outy. Cortl md Ellit.tl. May 33 Jowili Urigg, May 16 ' Uilead Lamb, Mny It Job Milk,. May 23 Bcuiamin Stile,. Mav 10 Cilu of TroyBifare IFi'urm Marty, E$q I'eytoa R. Iliirlbert, June 4 Howland Kntiell, April 19 Jnmi' lavi do ', Jot.n Urann, April 18 Beniamin Moore. nl'Coitackii1. April 13 Onondaga Covniy Before Joihm t'ormmijirtt '' ' . Juaet tn unonaaga. Iiaac H'alaon, May 82 ; . , . Orri Thurber, May Iff v : ; . , Eilward Camp. June 16 , Mile, Allen, May 8 Firabtark weather, May 19 Timolhy D. lloag. May 8 . Elijah Mills. June 9 AlwoflCook, May 9 John Wrilt, June 18 l'l.ilip Pitts, June 1 2 E'lj.th WaU'in, June 5 ' lvi Pond, Jnn I 6ih, Ball, of Oti,co, May 20 Neheminh Millnrd, of Salina, April 17 lirnel Dwinnell, of Manliu,, April 14 lVathM;ton County Before. Intlumy I. Blandi aril, in Sulenu Joteph Wnlker, May 8 Janv. I. Catliu, April S9 Aw Jnhn,on, of White Creek, April 17 J - jha Poller. April 16 Tiinothy Ulley, of White Creek, May 1 G enenee county Before John II. Jonet, fin ' ytidt', tn T.eu - tittr. - Jypms;;Co7!'',y e t - Israel Webber, June 20 Tom Lemnn, May U Aa Uennott, J.e 15 Solomon ll.itiii?, May 29 : t John Lant, Jumi 2 . Mnrrui CarU.r, June 6 David Ransom, May 5 Giles BMi 'p, May 86 bylvanu llanimnd, do FrHOcii Xourse, May 3.1 F.ISick Powell, of Batavia, May 81 Jnsrph Howe, jr. April it) Eliiuli Smith, of B tavia. May 0 Kranci, Smith, Caledonia, April 16 Kne Stone. May 8 William Hull. .May 6 Fllinll 1 1 urn, no. Anril 17 Unilney Wadsworth, of Sheldon, April 15 SaKoga county Before Sainton Child, fint Judxe m (Jreenficld. Zera Gilbert, May 15 Feler Angle, May 18 Feter Dun. June 5 Roswell Carr, Ma? 4 Thomas C. Cbace, May 89 Joseph O. Pinne, May 85 Robert Badgley, of Orange, April 80 J a be I Comsiock, of Gal way, May 8 Peter Serris, May 5 Kamnel Gleeaoo, at Greenfield, April 30 Rminmin Rennet, nt do. April 30 Jolm M. Berry, of Northumberland, April 87 Mans U Van den Bergli, el Wateriora, Aj.n 15. C'ou6i4 tmmty before J. D. MoneU, Hudson Jtxinj. r.vert June IS Henry ("chnniThnrn, May 11 Aunrew line. May 8a Uriel Hherin in, April S5 John P. Shmrlt lay g JaraM. Van alkenlmrpb. May M lrwl H. Iuiley, Apri 17 William VYII.itra, Msy h Erati Willi.vni, May 7 I'.lijnt. Prnwn, jr do llezekiah let, April 23 Chjnangt county - BffoTeOhniiahGtrrnan,E:a m Xoririrh. Nicholas King Jime 83 Jo. h Jgt'ire, May 19 Aartin M. Tenbroerk. Jin Bet tit, of Bintritge, April 17 Noye, Wlirier,jr. May 4 John Twitrbell. May 4 Oliver H. rbeli. Ar'il 27 Arll.ur N. I )cenc, cli Justus SlifcUuck, April 17 Montgomery county Before .llrrnndcr Shthion, nnijuagc tn K - nnrunon. Am"S Dedlry, June 87 Joiah F - rgatc, May IS Juba Stooer, of Jobostowo, April 25 I at Siculeneounty - Be fort 27iaa M'Bumey, fint '. t Ju4t,n PatnltirPoUt, - ,. FraacH Yawrer, May 1.8 i , - v ; .: i' - 1 . Jacob lliO, May 14 , '. v ' , Jacob Conklin, tan. Jane 8 , lUyooldsllilt, May4 ' Chmda county JJttrt JfaOan William. Eliibfe Burrows ol Home, May 4 Befort Miru f - MUUt. Wi Uara Veckt. May 18 JM.nt.nult, May Ifl ' Abotr Barllett, Jane 2 - Joaiah W. Bagg, Jane Jacob Horey, ol" Trenton, April 18 . WendU Borry, of Wiiitr(oo. April 13 Orange county Before TathtnU. WhUt, JEif . . ' At Gotlitn. John HedfTM. John A. M'Wborlcr, May 23 Benjamiu Bf ilord, May 19 Abraham Relyea, May 12 " ' " ' Brnjamin WVIIt, May 16 ' TliomSr O. F.raiit, Aiiril 55 licniannn Pfar. ' Motitcorner. April 2j Jleury M. Terwillijtr, ol Monlgowcry, Mcli 31 Jrfftrtm Cowili...Jieore W. P. Ford. J.ia. I'enncljOf IJounGfld, April Ti . Jntrvti Stone, of jk Rov. do Ftwnrri'r Uarlt.olomew. of Brownviile, Atl38 S - lh Warwr, ofChnmpinn, May 9 Auruitu, Bennett. April 15 Schofuint County, before rVm. Betkman, Ksq at SImtoiu . William Be vent, May 'JO John H. Ark Icy, June 8 Jeico.iah Cole, do Jereiuiah Yauger, May 9 Nathan Andrew, Mny 30 Henry 1'. A liny, of Broome. April 18 ' titumin Sl&u. ol C'arliile. Mitt V. DuteluM County Before Jamtt Emott, Eiq, lienrge Cooke, may 21 Itncc Bryan, Mny XII Nathaniel Rnggie,t do James Anton, April 89 Pilut K. Haighl, April M John Kobson, April 27 JoMph.ll. M'Cord, May 26 &amm l Hint, May 23 Amos P Ketchain. Mav 83 ' Lodowirk Hopkins,' of Rhiiirkerk, and John 8. Caverly, of rotighkeeptie, April 14 John Hcddrii, ol Kedliook, April 20 Jotrph H. C Cunningham, May I Delaware Cmmtv, before hate Ogien, Etq, Benjamin Constable, April 8 1'hincaa llowlund, Jr. May 2 . Syliester l'restnn,of Rosbury, May 4 Warren County before M m. l.ohardf. famui'l Ifphnm, June 13 bilas Milishury vtd tiamuel Allen, May 9 ' John Herd. J. (I James Truinhiiii, 1'hi'odorus Hopkins, May 30 Ifuvlfl Morion, April t7 Oela Whitman, ol l.uzeriii, April 25 , John S. 81. John, of dodo . Azariub ttrolii ld, May 30 Flam Kperry, of Queeusburg, April 18 Andrew Jlnnig, do Henry t. B reuse. April 85 ' Joseph Arm - ?, of Qiicenburyl Mny 9 ; Ira Harris, of do. April ID Benjamin Hammond, ,'r. April 13 'Frisicr Harris, May 10 . John Noxon, of Warrensburir, April If! Herkimer County, before S'athan Smith. ' Juev Watson, Mny 16 John Waldcn. Niibolas G. IIoue, May 5 John Event, Mny 2 Sitffvtk County "before T. Strong, Eiq Uriah Zuntz, May 16 KliaoTeiry, May 1 Jouat Hnwkin,, April 18 Win. Trier, ol Brookhaven, April 13 Sullivan Count 'u, before H tthamA. Tliompion, t.tq. at Jltompion. Nnllian BunOiam, May 9 An'lrcw Ayres, Iay 5 Daiikl Nivcn, May X Jacob Van Loovan, May 2 t)tto Wm. Van Tnyl, April 25 Gillieit Miller, of Neveruik, April T5 ISnuca Counti Before J Knox, Eiq.atJuniui. Jercintab spicnr. April Zi Hi fore judge Havre. Robert Day, and Jolm I'ost, May 12 franklin County, before A Ibun Man, Etq. Henry Dtley, Junu Henry Bnfey, of Fort Covington, April 18 Ontario Counlu, before Judge jVi holm. Darling Smith, May 25 Joel A. Crane, Mny 7. Befure A", it'. Hoirell, Etc. at Canandaigua. Thomas (). Bryan', June I Ferrv U Buck. Lvuian Trinp. Eoot Frenib June 9 Thomas FranciVo, Mny 7 Fred, rick Sample, of I'lltsford, April 83 ' l!em ri Griswold, of Livonia, April 23 John tirrrne, April 27 Clinton County, before Pliny Moore, Etq. Darid Petert. June 89 Cornelius M. Krwin, Jne 10 Sharps Allen, of I'lalttburg, April 30 Cayuga ( 'ounty, brjore Judge Antler. Ahrnhnm Srnmk.'ol" Aun bus April 24 Calvin thapin, do May 4 Aal,el M. liennct, Mny 9 J imhIi riiick. May II Eratii, ). Tutile, Mny 31 Richard ifhiuer, April Id. Aa bimptun, of Aureliu,, April 85 erllimrft County, before Judge h'ap, Jo eph B. Day loo, May 1U Samuel Blair,. .May i9 John Sloan, Miy 1 1 Samuel Ingal,, June 2 Henry Smith, do Timothy Burr, of freble, April 81 John Sloan, Miy 10 Josinh Wilcosson. May 18 Henry Weaver, May 6 llenuelarr enunly, before Judge Matlert. William Freeman, April 89 Asa L. Caswell, April 22 St. I.axrrenet Counti, before Judge Ford. Reuel Taylor, May 3d Schenectady, before G. Cleveland. Calvin Blnnrhard, April 87 Jlm Chad wick, Ap - il20 I'cter Bobbins. May 18 Otis Knight, May 12 IVIciiab Adams, April 22 1'eler Robbms, May II Chspinan Talier, April 15 Tia County, before Judge Baker. Geo. C. Paine, .May 5 Otwrgo I'ounty, before Judge .Voonry. Isaac Cnulkins, June 26 John Gilbert, April 18 Qweens Counti;, befort Cary Dvnn. Joseph Smith, of llempstend, April 8 i Broome County, b fure judge Brilliant. Jonathan Edward,, ol Binghainrton, May 19 I. liter Count, before judge t.lmeiutorf. John I. Miles, Alr.y II Conrad Lester, of Wordttock, A pi 21 fiagara, before judge Wilkenton. Harry Hcnshaw, June 2 Chataqtie county, before Zellu Cathing, Etq. Nathan Cats, June 23 Wett - Chetter County, Isfirs ;ts f - 'tn. Jeremiah F. Rider, .Mny 85 Tompkint County, before Jolm Sutlon. Herninnu Schuyler, May 26 Cornelius D. Green, May 26 IN CHANCEUY. State of .Yew. York, it. IN pursuance or an order of this bonourah'e eo.irt made in the above cause, will be tnli public auction, at Huors lintel, in the village of New bursh.on the sixteenth day of April next, at (we've 1 'clot k nt noon. undr tnedirectioo oi tht ,Wi ier: All that certain tract of land tit uate, lyme and being at Little Britain, in tbe "wnol Xew - w indsfir, county ol Orange, and siaieoi .ew - lork, anil it Poinded a rollows on tl.e et hv the lands of the heirs of John Wel - ln. deceased, on the north by the land of Robert ll Burnet, on the west hy the lands of general James Clinton, and on tbe south by the lands of the heirs of Samuel J . L. Norton, deceas - c. roniaining three hundred and ten acres of iano ne ine same m rr or less, with tbe hereditament and apport,tince to the same belonging or tn anv wise appertainine;. Dated Fehru - 77'8 - THOMAS BOLMIN, febSO lawtApldl Majieiuithtvncery. of iu ' THE rat atioo in Mr. EHEBDEN'S Board - iMg Scliool, at Ntwark. ti. 'J. wiH termi - oale on Uie Uit of April, ana the i - xercitt of the rhool will be reiumed on lb fint of May mtxU Theivare now a lew acancia tuid tuoae parent, or guardiani wbo may bare it iacooteniplation to place lln'ir daubtera or ward, umter her cbarifc arc ruae,(el to make ettrlv aopKralMii. In tbia acliool are laugbt the Enj lih and Frenrb lanKuage,, (and latin, ifrcqnired) rriting and arithmetic, geography and artronoroy, plain and fane r needle - work. - rouir. danirinr. tic. 1 he TnU - ni by which Mr,. Hicddirn teacliea th French language ii quite rx - w in this country, and (Demi nonce, a, u lacimaiei ia aurpruing "c grue the acquirement of the accent. Term may i.e uncertain? n ny nppiK'aiinn to itin. zui.u DEN. Newark, (N. J ) Her reference are Jan.e, Stouehlon, Eiq. ewYork t Revd. L. P. Bayard and Col. Jaoiet Hedden, Newark. np7 2w - iN. b M I I H D A V I E S. Wholesale and retuil Cbymirnl l'trluiucr, SO. 151 BROAUWAT, BE(!S leave to inform hit irieiids nnd custom crt, thai he hat oo hand an estensire assort ment o uertnmerv and lancr articles, vu 1 sha vir.g soap and liquid ; watbiitg soap in rakes and halls ; antique oil ; cold cream ; charcoal and (htmical dentiftic ; rouse and liearl powder pluin nnd scented hair powder; almond powde and pate ; milk of roes ; hard ntid soft pom a turn tooth, cloth, thaviiTL', liair, nail and com brutl.r.t, of tuiienor riuHhty razors; scissors Pvn and pocket knives ; shaving and dres sins; cases t pocket liocks and many other arli tie,, too numerous to meuti'jn, for sale wholesale and retail. ap 0 IMiU.hb l IO, oh rtlLK S I OAlACIl, IS acknowledged by medical writers lo bea I complaint ol ttuuuurn kind, and at all un.es very difliiult of cure. Ji.it it tuucientiy Hiut - truled in lheditnpM.intiiiciil of tbote alio unlor - lunate v suffer under it, atthei. for the most part, find that. after havine tried manv tbinet to litlh or no purpose, (Ley are nt last obliged lo ue (lor perhaps I lie remainder of life) rui h articles ns an at best but palliate tin: dnea.e. Under inch circumilancet, anymeilicine eapnblenf reuj" ving the complaint, must surely be an article highly deserving ll.e attention til all th se who are alilicled with il ; such a roaiimiation is in re net with in DR. MLAIiJ AMI - UYcLl' 1 1C or STOMACH PILLS the tur.ceis c which bus never let been equalled, for the cure ol dyspepsia in ill most compiirated lorm, sue l at lots of nniotite, naua, heart burn, fl.itiilcn - cy, knawini; pam in the stomach, pm;i in the sidn, great cnstiveness, pau.ncss in the rnuiite - nnnc. lansuor. lownest of spirits, pain in the head, virtijjo giddiness, and dtsturlied ,'ei p. Whoever ni purt these pills in theaonve fliiasc according In the directions, will never be diinp pointed; as tl.cj bate never been cm e known t tail in producing n radical nnd tieiroanent cure. The utt; of a sii.gle boi w ill convince the most nnbelieviiiif ol their etlicacr. Tl:ev will lii'St eireclually remove all sourness of the stomach, not merely by nculraliiiniftne acid, hut by cor recting that morbid state ol lilt ( rct.nnt wl.jch g'vesriseto it. and at the snine time will restore lo the debilitated orgaut ol digestion, that tone and vigour wt.K h is Bhsoiutely necessary lo (he well being of the animal economy. Price one lollar per box. for sain by Jvn.Ti c. wuiiiiisu., irugi't, No. ll!H Greenwich - street. W'bere mar be bad. wholesale and retail, a large and general assortment of genuine Urnst and Medicines I curgeont lustrumeiils; Apotbe cary'sGlasi Ware i English and Amcric.nn Pa tent Medicine. Also, Dyer's and fuller's ntti let, Medicine Cl.eitt, iu. On liberal terms. mil 35 2in I'liOal'ECTi'a for rcri.isniNG nr 0BscRirTiox A M (PIT MEXICO A.D LOUISIANA. Jll K publication ol this Map !. been undertaken with the imtm ssion. thai il will i.x hiiiilinuirmation, highly inti retting at this event - nil crisis , iid l.:e vuluaole .VI apt v.l.ich the an lorhavpiocured. diirinel.isteverKl nuf Ihrnn - Mexico.ii the venrs IIHiti, 1UU7, 1812, lit 1 3. 1815, 1IIIC, and 1817. induce bun to lieieive. that the Map, with even all it, imp.:rli; tioin, will be in.ii I. the most ptrlect which hat appeared be - lore ice puniic. This .Map will contain the latest and best in - loimatnm limn the ditrpverie and pe'SM - ssicus of the American, Spnnisb, llut'iaii, British and French travellers and navigator and representor th, claims ol their resiitctive governments on uir noriiiwc"i rp consi 01 imerica. The Map will include that portion of North .America, which lies helween the IMIiidus oi ua - ricn, and llin 41ltli degree ol North Latitude, and from the Missittinpi River westwardir to the Pa ifi' - Ocean. . In size the Map will be about six by fire feet, and will be projecte d on a scole of 40 miles lo the inch, to be delivered to the subscribers at fil - teen dollars nch. Natches, March 7, 1818. apT tAnl rOH S.iLt, COLOURED BOY the time limited by LX. law a smart, tnber and iailiistrious lad - undertaods all kinds house - work, and tnkir.g care of horses ; also working on a Inrm or in a garden He is nineteen ) tart of age and of a od disposition. Any ierson thnl wants a lad possess. iig Ihote qnalilicafjons, will get informa - imn sr rvo zj buweiy. . . mh 28 if ELIJAH WARD. to the Ijfueri, iuldieri and iaiiori rf Uie Hiro - lutimuiry If or. rfHE Oflirers and soldiers of the Revolution - JL ty Army, and ll.e Ollicers and Sailors ol the Navy of Uie United - Slates, who served n the Kevolulion, can hue their name placed on the Pension list of the I'nited - ftates, according to the act of Congrc, passed March 18. 1818, to provide for pi rr.i,s engaged in the land and Naval service oi the United Slates during tl.e Revolutionary War, by applying to the subscriber. JA.Mt.3 UUl - KVIAM Mt, mil 31 2 iv 91 ,Nasnu - street TO FARMERS. rflHE snlwcriber co furnish the farmers of JL the adjacent rounlrv with ground Plater Paris in way quantity, on the shortest notice, barrels or otherwise. JOHN DYERS, Feb 23 tf Foot of Harrvon - st. N. R. I Ml E owner ol the Frerah Uonrdins House, J No. 66 Courtland - street, havine cum ludort. to decline on the j'Ii ol ti.is month, oil. rs rsalr on arconim.Hlating terms, the br.usehol.l furni ture ol bis establishment, which be will dispose ol, either in whole or in part. For furiher infor mation, inquire as ahove. apti'.wj t AULmi.t: boon. J UST received and li.r sale bv KLI1S VA LENTINE, 104 Broadwvy, 3.1 do"r below l'in - treet : Wllkin'onS Memoirs, 3 vols 8 vo ; Piob Roy, rcon.l Philadelphia edition, with a glost - ary ol the Srotlisli words and phrases ; A great variety ol new and interesting lionks for children, !8mos. Also, just received by the Mar Elira, fiom London, ana lor sale as anove, a vahianienr.snri. ment of theological and iniscelanioiis works, ve. ry scarce. Engraving and copper - nlate printing exet uiea wua neainest ana a. spicn. no 8 HfTY DOUGHS Rf.tf.1lW. CJ TOLEV on or ah.nit ThuMelav last, from 3 on hotnl the brig Arethiisa, King in this port, three pot notes of one hundred dollars each, on tbe Bank of the United States, the numbers not ie coll. c'.ed 1 at the same time, one superfine French blue cloth coat and pan tabmns, the p..ntaloons worked witii French con I. Broker, sailor lamV.ords, and others, will be goodenougli to stop such as may appear sns pic ous a tbe thief may perhaps be fimnj, by tbe nature of hit purchases or in wishing to dispose of tbe cloth 1 should the whole or any prt thereof be f.unil, tl.e finder will be rewarded by calling 011 Vcssr Mape ii Oakley, comer of Wall ti Willum - itreet. ap 8 lw J AS. McfiOWAN O ALEXANDRIA FLOUR. N'E hundred bbi Alexandria Flour, of ex - celle - nt quality lor tale bv DIVIE BSTIIUNE ti CO. ap 6 92 WaP - street. ffBWlimCH and CAAKAICII A KAIL - STACK' TBMJI. TIMK1 A WM. ' - Vwff - r I A V E8 Newburgb ere - j - 'VT1 L, rr Bunday, T.tday, ZZ. ,., flt Thuridav inornmsf. at W - t?lliree o'clock, rani through Montgoinrry, Bloomingborgh, Moottceno, oy White Lake.Cobecton, Mount lleatant, Great Beod,CInahgoP ,int,Owega, Illiica, and Ce - oet a, to Canandaigua. Retiirninr - eavet Canandaitrua every Mew - Uy, Wednetdiy and Friday morning at three o'clock, and arrive! at ncwunrpn, meu.in. day in time to take the Sleam - beiau which arrive in New - Yoik tbe follow inir morninir. fXj may 6e expected that ol all toon when the tUan boalt alter their daye if running, that thxt lute vill alter io at to meet them. The whole route will be perfomed in three flavi.from the first of Mav, until the first of November and f,nm the first of November until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth ofMarr.1i un'ilthe first of May, in f.mr day and troT. 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 Caua itlaipua in four ilayt PassenRert travelling from New - Yirk to Cauamlaiiia, N iuara or Buffalo, can leave N York in he evening steam boats, and arrive m Canandaigua in thre e dayt a distance of tlirec hundred mib s. The line is well furnished w ith (nd. new carriage i good lionet, and careful and experienced elnvcns Every attention will be paid lo render tbe passageof the traveller tafe, easy and expeditious i and it is believed that the accommodation on this line are equal to any line in the state. a PARE from Nel.ur;.;li to Canandaigua FOURTEEN IK'LLMIS N. 11. A l ancli of the tame line runt three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line rent fiom Oweiro Tiojra Point, thence tlirough Newtown and Paimed Post, to Bath, te." . BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the own. r. I lavid Godfrey. B!onmint:hurgh, E. (y. SI. John, Mount Pleasant, L. k It M aiming, Clietiango, Luther Gere, I tbica, Samuel Oreenliff, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Laming, ruh 14 dGm IPropric - lort. VALUABLE RLHL EB'i'A'l E FOR SALE, IN THE CITI OP HKW - TORK. F ,'IVF. lots ol ground on the W'cst tide of Green - wn h - ,(rttt, litlween veitry ana uesorot - ses streets. ?5 bv bU. Jour do in the rear or the anove, fronting on lheeat side ol Washinston - strecf, 25 l.y Btl. Eicht do in ll.e block below, between Wash ington nnd W(, street. lo stontconicry VOuott. CU00 acres ol Land in Lawrence1 purchase, near hast Uonada urcek, on the norlli tide ol the .Mohawk. In Frnnk'in County. 15.162 acres of Lui.d, in the towoi of Mount .Morris and Uayton. in tsscx onur'v. 7(132 acres of Land in the town of Barry more. In the County of Lewis. 12j0 acres ol land in C' .eterland, Cbastanit fure base. In Saratoga County. 2G0O ncresin IMnn r's nurcha - e. Ei.ciuire at thcolDce cftlie tuhtcriher, 34 Cc dnr slreet. BEV. ROBINSON. mh 17 If cELEC't' BOAROI.NU M.HOOL Oil VOVNU LADIEti. .11 US. DOWERING, now Mrs Brown, !in 4X remoied her well known Etabiihmcnt from New - York to E!.zaletli Tenvn, ew - Jer - ey, not a qua'ier o( a miU from the public tlini - 111 ke mad. 'I he ,itu; - tion ot the place iM.ssceses every advantage for a Seminary ; xnd vflll ena die her to redu. e the price ol Ixiard much low er than can be afforded in New - York. The hranklut taught, are, Oilhography, Englisb (ir.imruar, Reading, Writina, Arithmetic, Ceo grnnliy, with the use of maps and globis, Astro nomy, History, (ilair's Lectures, Coniposition, Music, t rench, Botany, Ch'inittry. Drawing in crayons, fainting; sn oil, cn velvet, and in walcr - eolouri, Piaiu Sewing, Net dlt work on muslin, Embroidery on silk nnJ worsted, Fillegne, (juadrille. Grotto and Wax - Work, Gilding nnd Japanning, witb a variety of other fancy works, mh lf Im mrtdiumnmiit. iim'JBi 'iwilWiiaTiisSi int,m US I.EVS ITCH OlXTMEXl, WARRANTED an infallible remedy nt one application, may be ufe.l with perfect alclyon infants a week eld, not cnntiuii'n a liurticle ol mcrcury,or any dau;erous ingnnlient vrlialevcr, and not accompanied with thai ollcu - tve smell which attends the application of other remedies. The above medicines are prepared and sold at LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 46 Maiden - Lane, nnd sold by S. CARLE, conic 1 of Fulton and Water - streets. Druggists and country store keepers supplied on liberal tcrnu. Jan 29 l.kAJ hoOivr.H, e. - U .... l. corner of Fulton - street, New - York, hav ing received a large supply of (he real JAPAN BLACKING, of Day k. Martin, 97 H.gh Hoi - born, I london, offer the same, io wholesale or r. b.il. for exportation, or home consumption, on terms the most liberal and advantageous to purchasers. This inestimable composition, with hslfthe u - sua) labor, produces a most brilliant jet black, fully equal to the highest japan varnish; affords pe' - urar nourishment to the leather; it will not soil the finest linen ; is perfectly free front any wtilra'ant smell j and will rciaiD its virtues in ;uiv climule. As an incontrovertible proof of the superior excrbence of thit blae king, it has stood the te.'t ami eommamled the most ix'tn.ive sale in all quarters of the globe, for upwards of half a cen tury. Feb 16 MANUFACTORY OF SILVER WARE. T W. FORBID, No. 90 Broadway, one door ft1 . anove wall - street, repectlully informs he IrirnJs and the public that he continue to 121 mil - farture silver lea and table sett, chore h tlato, spoons, tniks, ladle, waiter', urns, ,..hor.s, fi b knive, s, - c. Kc. of Ihe latent and mo;t elegant patten..', of the best quality rf silver and tupe riir worirmvirhip, at the lowest prices for cash. All order executed in a niadeily manner, and wananted m all cases at least equal to any ar ti' let of silver manufactured or sold in thir city. In addition tn his own manufactures, h has on hand an assortment ef rich plate.) and fancy hard ware, which be will disport pf Verr low, on sitmg of cau.llesli' k., c.ikc baskets, castors, liottle iKStora, snuffers and tray, plated ou steel, a very superior article; elc2t pen, p.xket and sportsman knives, with a variety of anuses not ennmerale.l. mchJO Im PLASTEROF PARIS MANUFACTORY, At Ihe loot of Harrison - .tr.'i t. North - River. INHERE manuiactured Plaster, fori V f .e and o'ber purposes, may be had, corni. purposes, mav be had. svar ranted of tbe firt quality, at one dollar and tren - 1 "nre cents per outnri. . r I he manuiactnry is conduekd by Mr. John Tucker, who hat served a n jsdar appreotice - tnip i jinc mason ouiiDeii. mhSl JOHN DYERS MEDICAL SCIENCE LOTTERY 5o. 5. ......iCHEHt ; Iprixt) of il(D,0i0 ii $ 100,000 60,000 20,000 10,000 fi,0!IO 4,000 45,000 6,200 160,800 1 . - 01 V. , 60,1)00 . 20,000 5,000 8,000 1,000 100 30 ' Ol 1 of 1 of . of 4i of 62 of 5J60 of 5 464 Priiet ' " I0,i36 Blanks 16.000 TickeU at f 85 each, 400,000 Lest than two blanks to a prize. Will draw five hundred numbers each day until completed. . 1 Part of the above prizet lo be determined at follow. , The first drawn oumlien from the first to tbe fifteenth day iuclusi e shall be entitled to $1,000 eich. Tbe first drawn tluve (bout and blankt to be eo - tiiled to $30 each. THE FIRST I1RAWV KV.MRER OBJ THE Ifith day I7ih day liilli day 19th day 20th day 2ltt day Hit day 2Jd day 241 h day 25th day $2,0PO I.immi . 1,HI0 l,t;0fi 0,000 l,0H0 . 1,b0 l.lllHi . 2,01 10 100,'0c' Hie drawing to commence on (ho first Tues day in August next. Tickets lor tale by (he roanaeert until the lllth April. All tbe tickets remaining in their hands will be told at aur.tion, a. cordint to law. at the Union Hotel, in the city of .New - York, on the 27th April next, at ten o'clock in the iorenoon. SAML. L. MITCniLL, - v2 H A AC DEN.MSTON, MOS - i KENT JEHKMIAH JOHNSON ( " JOHN M'LEAN, )? mh 19 eodlm (7 - BOSWELL K LEslOLN'K (succeMort tnand recoma ended b William Henry Hax all) irnntacl. vendue and commist.on Ijujwics!', l eirrshurg, (Vireiuin. They occasionally make advance upon con signrucnts committed (n (heir charge. Reference in ew - York lo Messrs. Campbell Si Lairence, and wm and saml. trnig. inn zt eonow TO I HE PUBLIC ry 1 1 E subscriber! are ready to rontract to fur - 1 nifb almost any quantity of Marble, from (li"ir quarry at Ki'igsbridge. The marble is si ruilur in colour nnd stienor in quality to that of which the Iront ol the City Hall is coiilructen II can be cot out to almost any sir and din.cn lions, uitnble for every part ol building, and would be delivered in the rough, or prepared tor U.e b'lilding, according to order, at a moderate rate and at a short notice All order may he lodired at 1. & C. BOLTON'S nflire, No. 58 Broadway, or at Mr. GIDEON TUCKER'S. No. 4 White street, or at the quarry, with Mr GE 'RGEW HALL mh I Stawlni JJlZsUi.UriUjY Of ClPHI. fhJSUIP. (J7 The to partner1 hip heretofore cxi'liic between Caleb S. Brnwer and George F. Tho - mas, nnder the firm of Brnwer a: Thomas, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The ronrernt. of the firm will be tettled by Caleb S. Brower. C. S. BbOWEIt, G. F. THOMAS. N w - York, Mnrch 13d., 1818. N. B. The plimibiiu business will still he car ried on by the snl.s'.riDer, at (he old established stand No. 3 - 12 Water - street, where all orders in his line will be attended to with punctuality and dipatth. An apprentice wanted to the above hiiinrs. CALEB 8. BROWER. mh 16 coil3w FOU S.1LI - . lilniSl A vrv profitable FARM, of 110 acres. two thirds under cultivation, the residue woodland, situate on Uie sea shore, a quartet of a mi'e be low the narrows on the Statn Island side and n short ride irum the steam boat ferry landing It civrs n very extensive view ol the bay and en vironsof N'ew - York. within the Narrows, nnd ol Sandy Hook and the ocean For prospect 1? equalled hy none. J he title 11 unquestionah.'e Two thirds of the purchase money may remain secured upon the land. Apply to A. V . U. 1 uun - tainon tbe presaises, or to W. A. SEELY, 1 13 Grccnwich - Mrcel. TO LET, a convenient new 2 story house, adjoining the above, with a garden and about an acre of land. For terms apply at above. mh 3 cndlf VIA NO FOIM ES. MEETZ 10 Maiden - lane, has iust ree'd R . per ship Wasbineton, from London, an assortment of piano - fortes, from the manufac - toi y of Astnr ; among which are very elegant cabinet pianos, with harp pedals, of superior workmanship, well worthy the attention of those who wish to supply themselves with a good instrument. Also for aalc, piano - fortes, of Tompkinson's and Broad wood's make London, and E' rai d's Paris, together with hurps, and an assortment of the newest music. mil 13 dlw&eodow e w u t ii 1 I. A D E L i' ii 1 A . Twenty - five milct land carriage, via New - Onitiswitk and Trenton. In new post coaches 5 Do. good stages, 4 50 Do. lorecastle or deck passengers 3 50 Connected by the steam boats OLIVE BRANCH and PHILADELPHIA. I he steam - boat Olive Branch will leave New - York every day, Sun days excepted, from the north side of the Catte ry, at 11 o'clock A. M. Passengers will lodge at Trenton, and lake the steam - boat Philadel phia, so as to arrive id Philadelphia at 10 o'clock the next morning, iu time to take (lit Union Line Baltimore steam - boats. This line has a connection with the best boab. on Ihe Delaware and Chesapeake (o Norfolk ; as also Ihote of (he North River and Found; and their several arrivals are calculated to cause little, if any delay. I his is a speedy and certainly Ihe most convenient roJt, as the passenger will leave New - York after (he banks open, ami arrive in Phila delphia before the hours of business, without fa tigue in travelling or want of sleep, the laud carriare being much less than by any other route between (he (wo cities. For seals in (he above line apply to WILLIAM B J vQUES, ( (he Union Line Steam Moat Odi e, in Mar kelfield street, north side of the Battery. Ix - twceo Greenwich As Wahington - strlets, or to The CAP I AIN on board fj7" All goods nnd baggage at the risk of the owner. ap 4 WH EATON'S ITCH OINTMENT. '1MIE JL is HE loos and successful use of this ointment a sunn lent rec omn.endarion. as it has wn found to be a pleasant, safe and certain ie. aitdy for that tiisagreeable disease in tt its sta ces. 11 is lor sale in the city ef new - York, by J. A. il W. R. Post. No. 41 Williain - streel ; I. K T. Clark, lo. H5 .Maiden - Lane f II. .11 rcnicnt on k s - o. io. K'j rear: street; Law - rente ii heee. So. lf5 Pearl - street ; Hall A Bow ne, 146 Pearl street ; R. f L. Murray, 313 Pearl - street ; J. M. Bradhurst, 314 Pearl - street ; jnnn rentor.i, rno 4 t lcl her - street ; Uurvee & Poe, in Ptarl - slreet; J - bn C. Morrison, 133 ureenwie n srreel ; J.N.n r. r isher, 106 Broad way : Waller a: Seaman, cornei of Chamler - st and Broadway, and also in Chatham - street ; and in short it may be procured at most of Ihe Drug i - iores ia rnis cry - Also in fhiladelphia. of 3. Wiit.ei - 71 k Sons : fiet.rffe Hanell . North & Ro - eert, and almost a 'I Ihe druggiiu io the principal iwwui iu uie uuiiea ciaict. MKKWI4F. WHEATON'3 JAUNDICE EITTF.R? may Be nao ai we aoove placet. jcnti I A tUMenlfig public l; how tn D' OCTOR!J0R?;Eif ' 1 LK?!lZt rash, indiscriminate, and. tutL.K. sandt ore annuallr mrr..riii. . - 'w. tal retultt chiefly to tUiturce, that young man, the bopet of hit com trtFiZf (he darhng ol hit ,,arcntt, should be n'tdiA way Iron, all the protti find enjoyrwnu of lit by theconsequcmet of cue uitgaarded nZl "? bnd Iry a disease not ia it cwaiSr7fcu which only prove to from neglect or i'. treatment. - A geailema,.(Se I)r XSL' tient) nosv .perfectly ,eury and well, had b. ufirier physicians t( geneial practice siT . - T and reated!yialivat.d; when recoD.B'5 Dr.l!.(by a grflllrman of this city) tl were carious, and his licit, riropoing from tu las friends declared be rould not poib,Dr!',! two months longer. Thousands experiairi,?.?' know with what ease and s;ety Dr I ,,7 cite the severest cnsei. and roulirn.s Kie'cnn.r" tution. The Doctor', plan - advcri.in - ceesary to guard the punhc against the Uus. mercury, and other latal delusions, held foith Persons, (berefore, having contracted a n vale disorder, or tuspecting latent poi, adinonisheai not to tamper with their conlri lion, or conceal (he disorder, till past reco ry ; others having the remains of aa old ril" or other inipNrities oflhe blood, as well as oih er complninU of a dn'icate nature, - in e;;j sex. should remember posterity, and d.i - ,ti7 - to (heir conscience, - bv roakrn m.;.V. toDr. H. at his old and rSclaWe'e; lishment, No. 64 Water - street, lour house, of Old - slip to obtain that prompt assistance"! lone calculated to prevfintelite aisare. And lie? let me claim your serior.s nttrntion Reu eaiht, a superficial cure is 110 cure at all; unless tnelV iuessit radically dune, you will certainly hvI i;e disorder break out again with redoubled ttl lii.ily, at tome future period ; perhaps thsn will be too iate for remedy. Don't you olte a ntt i, tbe idieedi miserable, mutilated hf ings, without teen n bit of nose ou their face? Take wamu,,. I besoccb you. Dr. H'i. character for skill and Elubborn ir.b gri y being universally known in (his city, nc(, 11.01, aoiirantee to patients thai delicacy auuM. cier.y hitherto unknown, and having coril'med i'r.u lice for years past, exclusively to the cureo! ih'rascs of (lie blood s) ifcm. they may safelyc. . u'aie cn the most decided advantages inc&f . ill ins Dr. H. Gleets eradicated in twe or (hree wfci. Stricture removed without bougies or g,y 0((,. er instrument ; and all debilities likewise til old ulcerations, fistula's &r. A plurality of office are prorided, and to silt, atcd that patients are not exposed toeacn other's observolion. Ojien (ill half past Bin the evening All persons concerned fire invited to be free ii idling, ai.d speaking with Dr.H. which, it iret olt osl. And here li.e Doctor cannot avoid tr.t xiretioo of gratitude for innumerable rtcora - mendations, and for the decided preference fit ii presumed with jiibt cause) long givrn him br .udicinus public. N. B. All letteYs must he postpaid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 Iv Dill. EVANS' tuperin mitljixl of curing a certain Ditcase, is now universally acknowledged in this city ; hi mode of treatment is nerfectlv mild. - iiiciiitious. and his chart;. 'reasonable. In every it - 'stance he warrants a curt, and will return tliormvin 'drvrs not perform agreeab! 10 tumraci. s me n.e diwaj oiiserveo. There are mnny persons intais citv and ittvV. rinity, laboring under various chronic diseatss, such a cancers, old inveterate ulcers, trrofsla or kiiics evil, lisfula. diecase of tbe urelhn. bladder and kiclnies, old complicated comi.laisU of a rertain nature, bilious and other obdruo ttom, rheumatism, c which Uiey consider i'Rcts rable, they can certainly be cured (in eeuera. I by applying at Dr. EVA NS'S Medical Store, So. 9, Peck - slip, having practised in extAtivsj hospitals in Europe 12 years, under some of lh first Surgeons and Phyiiciani in the world, una made those obstinate cuseasei his constant study for30vear. Oct !t jr3 The subcriber bavinj recently returned from England with an important improvement the artificial rpring LEG, bt takes this method of informing hit friendj aud the public, that all those who are so unfortunate as to be in want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by p - plying at No. 77 Barclay - ttrert, New - York. Jan 22 WM. PURVIS. (ty - WHEATON b DA VIS, Fancy Chair Manafac turers. No. 153 Foltoo - streef, opposite St Paul Chtrcb offer for sale, wholesale and retail, a large and elegant assortment of Curkl .Maple, plain painted and omttseot ed in gohi f brnnre. Bsmbco, Plain and Cilt Balls Raking, Sewing, and Coavfrss - f.on fliairs 3nr. fiittPSf. Lounees, Music Stools, kc. Order from n, nnrf nf lhrnntiniinfl TMtcd with neatness and dispatch. Old Chairs repaired, painted and oroammtec. nh 9 AMF Dr.ESSLYtt BOOM. AFRU.ME.Vl'O, No. 1 Wall - street, Jus' M - . turned from I'aly, has the honour (o io'.""1 tbe grr.th men, that be cuts and drcss'S bair' (he l.itest sty le, and in a mat ner so as to d"H i to (he phisiognomy. I le has for sale a qsn (y of RAZOR oflhe firsl quality, not pie ase on trial, (lie purchasers aie at liberty lo return (hem, and receive the money r ""J hkewie procured avery fine hone, and ens f to restore rasortto a very keen edge and rtc "' (hey not cut he will receive no recoaqn" - Those gentle men who may .lease to honor l.u" with fnir patronage, may depend on tl.e on1 particular and respectful uttendaoce. N. B. Gentlemen who subscribe by (he quarter will have their razors, c. kept exclusively fur f iiomb'lt?fl. 1 P. S. A good piuioryman wanted. Apr' ns above. , mh 6 THE C1RCULA TING LIBRARY, L ton - street, near Bre - ndway, consisting extensive and choice collection of histon, . - l. . .... k: - ..nv... nnonrn. Bovert, , TOJWS., ..H'IBl'iiJ, . tales, plays, reviews, niaearines,C. Catalogues may be - examined at the Horary, which is open ir ubscriliers, as usual. 1. .r nil) - ti NEW - YORK ZRLYTED AJYlt PUBLISHED M1CUAEL BURXHAM k CO. NO. 42 PSJ - STKT : i

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