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1 i I Is i'. v r IN CHANCERY: Uf CHANCERT, ;j " v' - - Maieof New - York. i. 1 A pursuance of an erderof (His boaontble court, 1 (warn dale the 19U day of January, 1018, will I od at public aaciion, at ih Too tine , Coffee House, in tbe city or New - York, uader . tin direction oi ine luntcnoer, m one of Uie mat ter! of Inis coon, in separate lots or parcels, 00 Thursday, the FOUR ! U day of JUNE nest, at twelve o'clock at Boon. " A U those certain nie ce or parcel and tracta of land, know a ibe Bonn aat lection o the tenth township, in the twelve Sown in Tioga county, being kXi No. SB, e7.S8.20, SO, 32, and 3B. Lot So. 36 con tain about euhl acres I kit No. 27, about one . uuourea ana live arc ; lot o. zv, za, ana thirty two. enchcootainiBC one hundred and four i arret, three rourths and so rod or land i lot no. 38 contain Oft 3 4 nod nineteen rod. Alio, welt half of lot No. 24, which half contain 61 acre. And aUo lots ttos. 1, 3, 4, ana on the core Ivina weiterlr and adjoining oe UI northeast section, and m surveyed and added to laid section to make up a drficlescy n aaid section, by a mistake in a former survey . - - Said lot No. U , 3, 4 and 6, containing about Ofty acr each ; and lot so. i eooai iwrai; " " acre. Together wilb all nd iuiafar, trie pre' .aadaanj - e. j""? ml fa wlill Master is Chancery. UV2 ' Betweeu foar and fire hundred acre oftomdi together with two dwelling house, and sundry out bouses, a saw - roill, and - two or three One mill - seats, (tillable for any descrip - i of factories; all compactly situated, lathe tow of Canaan, in (be county of Columbia, in Uii ttate, and about 32 mite diitant, from both ' Albany and Hndon. The land, for the mot part, u of prime quality, and in Rood cultivation, and will beaold io divitunto oit purrher. The water - privilege are torh a cannntoflea he met with, and worthy the attention of manufac , - turer. The greater part of the perch money may remain on mortgage several yean, if den - red, or property in the city of Hew - fork would be accepted in exchange. A the premise, in - part at least, are to be disposed of at am. ktsits, tbey will be told oa vkht beasosa VLB T it Rni. Enquire nf Ht W. WARNER, New York, or JASON WARNtR, o the premite. ' ap4law3m .NOTiCt;. ftT The creditor of John Bleakley, of Ibe city of w - York, iniolvent, are hereby nolifn d ' to attend at the office of the tubacriber, aNignre - or the aid inaoivent, under toe aci em men - an act for giving relief incaeof iwolien - 1. cy,' at the Law Building, No. I, office No. 3, situate in .Vaasau - street. ia the city of New - York, - to ascertain and examine the accounts due to them respectively, on the twrnty fifth day 01 ' ADrilneat. between the houn of 10 A. M. and 3 P.M. And the said creditors are further notified, ' that a dividend of the estate of said insolvent will be made by the subscriber, at the place afore - " said, aod between the hours above mentioned, nn the twenty fifth day of May next. New - York, Feb. 4tb, IS1H. EZBO 3L03SO.V, " feb5law3m Asignee, fcc. W the underlined give notice thhl we have this day been aiMiointed by Alexander Sheldon Ksq. fimljiidorMonfgomtrj, tiustees for tiie creditors 01 Nicholas Iterdine, lute of the town of CharleitowQ nn absconding debtor : And ' we require all person indebted to Uie said ab - t scnmlini; debtor, hv the fust of Mny next, to n.iy " all debts which they owi to such abscoodinc debtor, and to deliver all property of the aaiu deblorwIikS Uiey hate, over to u the said truster. And we desire all creditors of the said debtor, by the tjrttdny of July next, to delivr.r to us or oue of a their rcpe ti e at counts again:! the said debtor. Dated March 19, 1818. DAMkX HUBBK JCOB DF. LAMAI.TRR. THOMAS LL'FFBURY. Marcus T. Reynolds, Attorney for 'attaching creditors. inb M aw3w IN CHANCERY.' John B. Murray, 1 t. ' V State of New - York, ta - James T. Watson. IN punuane of a decretal order of thi ho - mm. ruble court, made in the above cause, will be sold at nubile auction, at the Tontine Coffee flouie, in the eitv ofNewvYurk, under the dl - reelioa of the subieriber, a one ef the master ol this court, on Tuesday the second day ot Dep. tember aait, at twelve o'clock at nooi , all that tract of land oining on the town of Cowville, and ItId in the anuntv of Lewis, in the state afore said, being part of great lot No. A of Maeorob's purebaae, and eompriie all the lot known on a eertiin plan or map mad by David Bronton and B. While, in tbe year lX. from No. I to 3t Inclusive, containing together 15,000 aeres of land, with the appurtenances thereto belong Ingor any wise appertaining. Dated JuneSU, 1SI7. (Copy) JAMES A HMILTOV, Jy 91 tawiwdlds .Master in Chancery, The sale of tbe above propeily is postponed to tbe Crst day of May nut. at tbe same hour and place. Dated Jan 1 Dated Jan 51, IUIH. JA.llt.3 A. 11 i11L I U.V, Jan241awtMyl Master in Chancery. To the benorable the judges and assistant jusiirrs of tbe court of common pleas 10 and for the county of Orange rpliE petition of George I). Wickhnm of tbe X town of Uushrn. in the county of Orance. reipeclfully sliewtlh That your elitiniier is seised 10 lee simple as tenant 111 common ni one equal undivided moiety ur half pait of all that certain tract, piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and being in Uit town of Warwick, in the county of Orun;e, known and distinguished as lot number two, in the subdivision of great mountain lot number lourtcen, in the cutent ol Checic - Cocki, continuing two hundred and sixtee n acres of laud, orthereabouts. Anil yourietiti'ner further sheweth, that he is seised as albreiuid of one equil undivided niuiety or half part of all that certain outer lot, iract, piece or parcel or land situate, lyiug aud be ins in the taut town of War wick, and known and distinguished as lot number three, in tbe said subdivision of great mountsin lot aumber fourteen, in the said patent ol Cheese - cock, cobtaining two hundred and thirty acre of land or thereabouts. And your petitioner further sheweth. that soma person or persons, to your petitioner unknown, is or are seised aforesaid, of tbe remaining euual undivided moiety or half part or each ot tne noovc - menuoned and described lots, piece or parcel of land. And your petitioner further shewetli, that be is desirous to have partitioa mane or the araresaid lands ttne meats and hereditaments, between your petition' er and the said person or person nnkaown as a fort aid, according to the several and respective rights of the several parties aforesaid, of, in, and to the tame. Wherefore your petitioner pray, that all and singulnr, the said lands, tenements and hereditaments, together with the rights, members, privileges and appurtenances tliereuo tojbeloncing or in any wise appertaining, may be divided by cominiinnoirs, to be appointed by this h'Miorable court, in puruance of the pro - vittoBsof the act entitle! au act for Hie partition otland. And your ptitinorr ahull ever prsy, d - John and AOtVlCKH - .hhP tnTX DO,,c ttM Petition, of ed to tb jadses and as.ictunt jui'irei of the coart of common fleas in and Tor the counts ui vraiKF, ai uie court h..i.. i f:Mu... ' . . . . . - - ... wui rn. nn .fofBOUO ?f that day, or a soon Iherel filter as counsel can h Ho... , - . u . nuu rairtHM i ikuM.n. 1 . ' And an ftp. 1 :. " ""i"?' mne tome laid court for tbe annouitnu.nl nf "u - "r m"l'b0.e.de,criU!', wiln " l'Ptirteoance', according to the prayer of tbe tai l oetition. a. w pursuance ol the act e Milkd en act for the i - .uu.mun.uat. uaiea nth rubruary. laitl We are, tie. , JNO. & ALEX. DUER, Att'ies for the ahore named Petitioner. so uieLersOBor nvranna ulfiwn ia U.e above described hinds, or wbmnioeverelse i ay concern. fcb j4Uw ,1M ta yT 1 to a ...I WilliatMburgK fuinpii' float n4 , SrUg ' " 'n alnrtchnlra .r teouefttd iO Bt - fenJat the item f Miles Hitchcock, comer ef Maiden Lane and Ifanaa - atreet, from IS to 1 o'clock on Monday, the Ilthdy for the purpose of electing nine director, to a - aage the affair of the compaoy $H1U I rum that day. sew - ior. 17 ''" 8AM. ObBOftX, Secretary. ap 9 tawSw At a court of tiiancery beki for the state of New - York, at tneciiy 01 numaj, w the ixteeoUi day of March, in ibe ear of oar Lord one tnousaiM eijui oanarea and eightece, Vbe benorable James Kent, Esquire, CnaareJIor. Taosaas Bate as. Joseph Ana ble aod J oil Jia Bis - f T appearing by the affidavit ofSamael S. Gar diaer. which is filed, that process of subpiena Ell. Io appear aad answer in the above cause, hath ' I . J ' A L - f been reeuianr muea uainn me awive - iiauwu defendant, Jooo Bissell, but that the said John rJtssell rendes at Liitcbneld, in the state 01 con - necticat, out of the jurisdiction of this court - On motion of 3. W. Jones. Esquire, solicitor for the complainant, it is ordered that the said John Biaaell do cause his appenraoce to le entered and bis answer to be filed ju this cause, within four months from the date of Ibis order, or in default thereof Ibat the complainant's bill of complaint betaken pro - coofeiso against him. .And it is further ordered, that a copy of Ibis order be published, within twenty days from the dale hereof, io one or moreofthn public newspapers printed in this state, for the space nf eight weeks successively, once at least in every week. . iu . 11 1 fin n j"vj ioAAi ii. nil. rab20 lawftw Assistant Iteeiiler. Ur UfbUliAjVCt:, tic. rt7Tb UNION INSURANCE COMPANY. incorporated by the Legislature of the Stale of Sew York, with a charter of unlimited duration, for aiakiog LIFE INSURANCES and granting ANNUITIES, will commence buiineis on the first day of Afay next, at no. 66 Wall - street be more prominent objects embraced by this company, (illhougb tbey are prepared to enter on favorable terms into all contracts in any shape connected with the views of their institution,) are as follows : Jt the laboring elau nf the eemmitnitij. la JU - chontct, to L'lrrki m public ane" private oJfict$t to Clergymen, to Proeuori in Colleges, to Military men, and all others pouesstd of fixed incomes, wnicn win terminate with tb' ir own lives, tbey offer a secure means of providing for their families, by letting apart a small portion of their annual savings to that purpose. 1 o eapitatutt, tbey offer the safe investment and certain improvement of their surplu iii - come to the benefit of their descendants. lo married men. they offer a oroviinn to their teidoui, by an appropriation to that Durooso ol small annual rums, during the continuance of tlio marriage, and ou the same principle they offer the auignecsof bankrupt etlatet, and the purchasers of property, subject to the right ofduu er, mode of extiuiiihing that claim, by giving an equivalent for the surrender of tbe rights of the Wile. fo parmti, they present a mode f endowing their uifunt th'ildren, aflbrdin: to them, if thev reach a certain aj;c, a much larger uni comnar - .:il. .1 . 1 " ui uiiiuai premium, man can oe acquired by any mode of accumulation at intercut. To single persons, who may have no heir, they offer the means of greatly increaxiug their n4iuai income in rough the purchase of life an nuities. t uovng people, of active employment, whose exertions and earnings must tuuiinih with their incrcating year, they offer a support for the decline of life, by payment of comparatively tmall itmouni, wiuie their season ol uidu.try thai I con tinue. The Company ha provided Tables calcu lated upon true principles from the most correct data, which at the same time combine the safety of the office, and the interot of the ciMinmer Of the nwulls of these Tables some specimens are subjoined, from which the advantage to the holders of Contracts wills them may be estimated. a lueuny person, 01 the age of twenty - ieveo years, by an annual payment of I mo 97 - 100 dollars during bis life, may secure to his heir the sum of One Hundred Dollars, or a larger amount by a proportionate premium. J A tluiband, aged thirty, whose wife's age is twenty - five, may, by the annual payment ol Two 30 - 100 UoUart, while both live, iecure to bis widow the sum of One Hundred Dollari, which the company will exchange for an equivalent annuity, if required. At the age of fifly an anuuity lor the remainder oftlie life may be bought for about fen and a quarter yor's purrhate, or at the rate of runs end 'i - Aper rent on the sum invented. .1 father may, by the payment of one hundred dollars at the birth of a child, secure to that child, wben it shall reach Ibe age of twenty - oue years, Uie sum of six hundred and forty - one del - Ian. From the age of twenty - one, an annual payment nf t.leeen 111 - 100 Dollars till the age of Vifly, will secure to ihe party an annuity of One Hundred Dollars lor the residue of bis or her life. If a perton holding a Policy of Lift Inturanee for any period beyond one year should feel desirous to rtliiiquifli it, the company will be ready at all times to treat for a re - purchase. Anadtquale portion of the Cmpilalof this Com - pany it let apart by charier, and may be increased, if occasion riquire, for the purpuse of Life Insurance and .innuitirf, and lecur - d m real f'tlate icilhin the state of AVm ) or of the ralite of at Ica - tytyirrcm above the. amount loaned, flie. Capital thus ti t apart and trcurid, tgelher teilh Ihe acrumvlalion of pnmium, can be made liable for no other lotus of the Institution than thoie anting from itt Life Politics and annuities, thui affording lo the Customer the moil substantial security. Written applications for insurance and annuities, statin; the name, age and place of birth anj residence of the party will be received and answers given preparatory to opining policies on the dy above named. BAVIUEL A. LAWRENCE, President. JAMES REN WICK, Actuary, ap II U&Clm RXILV&S Aiff' - IOAA' JiEPOSlTOHY, Walker - st. near Broadway, for the sale of iiorses, earn - Be, waggons, gigs, chairs & harness, both new and second hand, on conimis?iou. Tb proprietor, having rn if Ti faa ii f I m Htl ""' several nundred carrm - aa., ui Utut - rtal u scriptions, since openine the above establishment, and the season now comine - 00 wben numoers will be in want of sneh arti cles, begs le?v to inform manufacturer, and o - thers, that liberal advance in cash will be made on such as are sent to the Repository for sale. Hones for sale, kept at livery. Orders for horse, and carriages of every de scription, received, aod tbe strictest attention paid to all who will favor the proprietor with uieur tooinianui. FOR S.I LK, A beautiful small bone ; one firt rale family none ; a few handaome light waggons, fcc. to. mh2l - l)4C6t 3?VM:.. "iIXC. l.it THE COUNTRY. A citlcuu.i want either I or t wS?Si - t ,n?1' rvate family, situate m "tVZ ,.r0m "'""T - H - ild takehis K - puTite or with to.! f.imilv ai ma ho wharLlTJl ,""a;"'" nHlrte di.tance of Bp 10 6ft B'nS l'0it fTMtf. eacatioa in Mrs. IT0DEN'b ioard I iar Scbeoh at Newark. N. J. - will teamn - aateoB tbe last of April, aa4 the exercise of the rheol wiU be resumed oa iU first of May next There mm a lew vacancies aad those parent or guardians wbo may have it ia cooiejupiauun 10 ptaoe SliCir oausniera or warn uw v.w rh,i. am fMOueiiea 10 iibii eariT aouiiuauvn. In ihu acliool are laueht tbe Enxlish and French Itnguages, (and latin, if required) writing aod fancy needle - work, music, dancing, tw.. Tbe yitem by which Mrs. bbedden leaclie Ihe Freorh lanroaco is Ouite new in this country, and merits notice, as it facilitate in a surprising de cree tbe acquirement of the accent. Terms may be ascertained by application to Mrs. S - 11EO - DEN, Newark, (N. J ) Her reference are, James Stoughtoo, Esq. New - York; Revd. L. F. Uayard and Col. Jauie Hedden, Newark. apvswj N. h M I T II DA VIES, Wholesale and retail Chymical Perfumer, No. 151 BROADWAY. OEGS leave to inform his Irituds and custom. Ders.that he ha on hand an exiensive assort ment 01 perfumery and fancy articles, via : shaving oap and liquid s washing soap in cake and ball ; antique oil 1 cold cream : charcoal and chymical dentifric 1 rouge and earl powder ; plain and scented hair powder ; almond powder ana paste ; iniiK 01 rotts ; hard and solt pomatum 1 tooth, cloth, shaving, hair, nail and comb brushes, of superior quality; razors; scissors; yru auu pocnei amves j snaving and dres sing cases 1 pocket book and nianv oilier arti cles, too numerous to meuliou. for sale wholesale anil retail. ap INDIGESTION, or bOUR STOMACH. S acknowledged by medical writer to be a complaint 01 stubborn kind, and at all times :ry difficult of cure. Tbi is sufficient I v illua - (rated in the disappointment of those wbo unfor - tunately suffer under it, as they, for the moot part, find thut after having tried many thing to little or no purpose, they are at last obliged to u.e (for perhaps the remainder of life) such artirlea u can at beat but palliate the disease. Under such circumstances, any medicine capable of removing Ihe complaint, must surely he an article nigniy neierviug uie attention ol all th .se who aru ainicted with it ; such a combination is to be met with in DR. MEAD'S ANTl - DYaEP - IC or STOMACH I'lLLS the lurrn.. ni which baa never vet been eoualb d. for Hie mw of dysepsia in its most complicated form, such a loss of appetite, nausea, heart burn, flatulency, knawing pain in the stomach, pain in the side, great costiveness, paleness in the counte nance, languor, lownos of spirits, pain in tbe head, virtigo or giddiness, anil disturbed sleep. Whoever applies these pills in theahove diiuue, according to the directions, will never be diiap - pumito, a uiey nave never neen once known to fail in producing a radical and permanent cure. Tbe use of a single box will convince the most unbelieving of their efficacy. Thev will moil effectually remove allsourneis oftlie stomach, 1101 merely ny neutralizing tnc acid, hut by correcting that morbid it.ite ol the secretions wl.ii b ives rise lo it, and at the same time will restore the debilitated ortrnm of ditrettion. that ton nd vigour which is ubsulutelv necessary lo Ihe well being of the animal economy. Price one uiiar per no, r or laifi ny JUtU C. MUIIKISON, Druggist, No. 188 Greenwich - street. Where inav he had. whnlei - Ue anil rl - iil a large aud general assortment of genuine Drugs! ani mcuiciiks ; Jurireous luslruiuents: Apothe - arv's Ola. War 1 English and American Pa - tent Medicine. Also, Dyer's and Fuller's ai ti les Medicine Cheits, tic. Ou liberal terms. mn J3 PkOSPECTUS ron, riTBi.iSRUc. by ecascRirTinir A MAP l)F MEXICO ANDLOL'ISIANA. I'll F. pulilii atinn of this Map bus beeu under . luken with tbe imnrrsion. that it will ex hibit inforinntion, highly interesting at this event - ui imn, anil Uie vuiuunie maps which the author ha procured, during hisseveral toui Uimuj: h icjiro, in ice years IVUli, 1B07, 1HIZ, tUia, 11115, Iblfi. and IU17. iniluee him to beleive that the Map, with even all its imperfections, will be much uie ronsi periect which has appeared before the public. This Map will contain the latest and best in - r : X - .. .1 - j ."iiau'iii iiuiu ine ui'covrriei ana possessions of Ibe American, Spanish, Russian, British and r rencn travellers and navigators and representing the claim of their respective covernments on Ihe iNnrthwertem coast of America. The Map will include that portion of North America, which lies between the Isthmus of Da - rien, and the4"th degree ef North Latitude, and rom the Mississippi River westwardly to the ratine urean. In size the Map will be about six hv five feet. and will be projected on a scale of 40 mile to the inch, lo be delivered to the subscribers at fif teen dollars, ach. Natrhes, March 7, 1018. ap7tAul yon SALE, A COLOURED BOY - the time limited by law a smart, sober and induitrinui lad - understands, all kinds house - work, and taking care of horses ; also working on a farm or in a gumen ne is nineteen years or age and ol a good disposition. Any person that wants a lad possessing those qualifications, will get information at No. i Bowery. inn 20 II f.LIJAH WAKU. TO FARMERS. nn HE subscriber can furnish th farmer of J. the adjacent country with ground Plaster nf Paris in any quantity, on the shortest notice, m tiarrtls or otherwise. JOHN BYERS, Feb 23 tf Foot of Harrison - st. N. R. ' I Mi E owner of the French Hoarding Houic. I No, 66 Cnurtland - street. ha vine conclude.' to decline on tbe 23th ol this Dionth.nffers for sale on accommodating terms, the household furni ture ol hi e(ablihment, which he will dispose ol, either in whole or in part. For further information, inquire as above. ap 8 2w) VALUABLE JiUOhS. JUST received and for sale by ELIAS VALENTINE, 104 Broadway, 3d door below Pine - street : Wilkinson's Memoirs, 3 vols 8 vo: Rob Roy. second Philadelphia edition, with a glossary of the Scottish words and phrases 1 A great variety of new and interesting books for children, 18mos. Also, just received ny the Mary Eliza, from London, and fur sale as above, a valuable assortment of theological and miscellaneous works, ve ry scarce, h.ngraving and copper - plate printing exrrutcd with neatness and desp - rtch. ap n O ALEXANDRIA r'LOUK. ST. hundred bbl Alexandria Flour, of ex cellent quality for tale by umr. uciuc.ir, is ,J. ap S 9 Wal' - street. HOLLAND DUCK, li.rsalehy r CHtS. L. OGDEN, and A BR. OGDEN, ap 2 Washineton - f reet. FOR SALE, rpilEtiraeofasmart Black Girl, that can J. do all kinds of house - work and cooking, sim h as is necessary for a family, or suitable for a public house. She understands cooking of oyster, bealitraks, iic. and would be valuable acquisition to any public house , a preference would he given to any person keeping the nme, that resides in the country. Sold lor no other reason than the want or a master. For further particulars, inquire at tlie corner ot Broadway and Grind - strf - et, Mount Social. N. B. She is soid at ber own request. ap9 tf NOTICE. TWO young ladies of respectable connexions, and well qualified to give instrui lion on the Piano F - irte, in drawing and painting, m - br - i.lc. - y, and ia making artificial flowers, a well as in the elementary branches of educnti.m, art desirous of obtaining a si'uatino as assistants in a respectable boarding school, or would accept situations in respectable private families to give infraction ia the aboce branches. Further information may he obtained liom tbe ob ritxr, wb'i is of opinion that their services in either nf Ihe above situation would prnve a treat srq d - tioo. ). BIXINGER, P 10 1st U Maidea - Lsjie. Nxwaemcn and caba'stdais.sja iAa - TAcr M f ' TBKEB TIMBB WBBst I . EAVr.s Newbargb eve - Li ry Sunday, Tuesday, T - v 3 and i nursaay mornmss, ai " three o'clock, ran through Montgomery, Uloowwgbargh, Moollcellc, by tV'hileLake, Cohectou, Mount Pleasant, Great Bedd, C!eoaugo Point, Owega, Ithica, aod Geneva, tnCuaandaiieua. Returning leave Canandaieoa every Mon day, Wednesday andftMlay nitirnuigs at three o'clock, and arrive at Neu lmreb. the tliird day in time to take the Steam - boats which arrive iri New - York the following mominr. (XT' It may be expected tltat at all timet wiien the tteam - boats alter their days of running, that this line Kill alter to as to meet them. ' The whole route will be perfomed in three day, from the first of May, until the tint of November and from tbe first of November until tbe fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until the first of May, in four day and front the 15th Dt cerabcr, until the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to Caua.duigtia in four day. Passenger travelling from New - York to Canandaigua, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N York in the evening steam - boata, and arrive in Canandaigiia in tin ee days a distance of three bundred mil. . The line ia well furnished with goed. new carriages ; good horses, and careful and experienced drivers Every attention will be paid to render the passage of the traveller safe, easy and expeditious ; and it is believed that the accommodations on litis line are equal to any line in the state. a'jr FARE from Newburgli to Canandaigiia FOURTF.KN DOLLARS. N. U. branch of the same line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Alto, a line runs from Owego Tioga Point, thence through Newtown and Palmed Post, to Bath, 6zc. . BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the own. rs. David Godfrey, Bloominghurgh, E. C St. John. Mount Pleasant. I L. Si R. Manning, Chinaugu, iProprie - Julner Uere, Itl.i. a, i tors. Samuel Green I iff, Geneva, I Oliver Phelps, Lunsiiig, J mh 14 d6m VALUABLE RiML ESTATE FOR SALE, IN THK IITI OF ft.W - tOHK. I7MVE lolsol ground ou the west nut. if Green 1? wich - streel, between Vetry and Dcsbros - ses - sireets, So hy uu. four do in the re.r of the above, fronting on tbe east side of Washington - street, 35 by till. Eight do in the Meek below, between Wash ington and West streets. In Mi.imi;. merv Countv. COOO acres of Land in Lawrence's purchase. near East Canadu Crtek, on the north side of tne Mohan lc. In Franklin County. 15,162 acres of Lund, in the towns of Mount Morris and Dayton. In l'.ssex County. 7832 acres of Land in the town of Barry more. lo Ihe County of Lewis. 1230 acres ol land ia Casttrland, Cliassanis Purchase. In Saratoga County. 2000 acres in Palmer's purchase. Euquirt - at the office oftbe subscriber, 34 Cedar - street. DEV. ROBINSON. mh 17 If S ELECT BOA HDL G SCHOOL FOR YOYNG LADIES. A1 RS. BOWEHING, now Mrs. Brown, has It I removed her well known Establishment fidu New - York lo Elizabeth Town, New - Jersey, uot a quarter of a nult from the public turnpike road. Tbe situation of the place possesses every ndvantage for a Seminary ; and vail enable her to redui e the price ol hoard much low er than can be afforded in New - York. The branches taught, are, Oithogranhy, English Grammar, Reading, Writing, Aritumetic, Geography, with the use nf maps and globes, Astro nniny, Il:.story, Blair's Lectures, Composition, Music, Fieoih, Botany. Chemistry, Drawing in crayons, Paintiog in oil, on velvet, and in water - colours. Plain Sewing, Needlework on muslin, Embroidery on silk and worsted, Fillegree, Quadrille, Grotto and Wax - Work, Gilding and Japanning, with a variety of other lancy works. mh !9 !m LfffS ITCH UIATMEMT, WARRANTED an infallible remedy atone application, may be used with perfect safety on infants a week old, not containing a particle oi mcrcury,or any dangerous ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with that offensive smell which attends the application of other remedies. The above medicines are prepared and sold at LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 46 Maiden - Lane, and sold by 8. CARLE, cornet of Fulton and Water - streets. Druggists and country store - keepers supplied on liberal termi. Jan 29 H corner of Fulton - street, New - York, having received a large supply of the real JAPAN BLACKING, of Day (1 Martin, 97 High Hoi - born, London, offers the same, in wholesale or retail, for exportation, or home consumption, on terms the most liberal and advantageous to purchasers. This inestimable composition, with half the n - snal labor, produces a most brilliant jet black, fully equal to the highest japan varnish ; afford; peculiar nourishment to the leather ; it will not soil the fiuest liuen ; is perfectly free from any unpleasant smell; and will retain its virtues iu any climate. As an incontrovertible proof of the superior excellence of this blacking, it has stood the test and commanded the mos extensive sale in all quarters of the globe, for upwards of half a century. Feb 16 MA.UFCTORY OF SILVER WARE. JW. FORBES, No. 00 Broadway, one door . above Wall - street, respectfully informs his friends and the public that lie continues to manufacture silver tea and table setts, chiirrh plate, spoons, forks, ladles, waiter, urns, siphons, fish knives, &c. Sic. of the latest and most elegant pattern", of the first quality of silver and superior workmanship, at the lowest prices for ca.h. All orders executed in a masterly manner, and warranted in all cases at leat equal to any articles of silver manufactured or sold in this city. lo addition to his own manufactures, he has on hand an assortment of rich plated aud farcy hard ware, which he will Jipoe of very low, consisting of candlesticks, caUe babels, castors, bottle castors, snuffers and trays, plated on steel, a very superior avcle; elegant pes., pocket and sportsman's knives, with a variety o' articles not enume. - ated. men 30 J 01 PLAaTEROF PARIS MANUFACTORY, At tbe 'o - H of Harrisnn - .tre:t, North - Liter. JrHERE manufactured Pla.fer, forcorut - y V .es and other pn tor. n - , - b hal ranted of Hie first quitity, at on' collar and twenty Jire tent! per busrl. i he mamiacbiry is cndirtM hy Mr. John Ijcarr, wtinrM s. - ived a rvgsiir apprentice ship to the masoa bonnes. nd5l JOHN BYERS. auysBSxaieBBB JABTVaaPaan Hi POST COACH LINE iro PHILADELPHIA r Bl WAV 91 roWLBS - BUOSt t tkiroitTABT to f Assxar.xk. No coanec.linn with the post chaise line.' PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, ANDOPrO SITION REVIVED. A NEW Line of Post Conches with every con il sentence for passeneers nad baggage, on Spring TH ROUGH IN ONE DAY. The Post Coach will start from Ibe Coach of fice, old No. 1 Courthtnd - itreet, N. York, ewry morning, (Sundays excepted) at half past live o'clock, by way of Newark, New - Brunsisick, I'rinrejon, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at 1 iiiinucipnia 1 ne same aneinooii, at a o'cicck. United States Mail Coach, with a guard, will every convenience i'or passengers and baggage, on spring. ThuJJ. S. ninil coach will (tart from the couch office, old No. 1 Courtlandt - itreet, New York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only 6 nassenzers admitted. For seats in th above named Line, apply tn THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established coach, Stage and steam Boat office, at tlie old No. 1 Courtlnndt - stieet, the second office from Broadway, New - York ; or to A. T. GOOD RICH iz CO. Nn. 124 Broadway, corner of Ce dar - street, New - York. ffcVAII goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. JOSEPH LYON, SONS & CO. S. B Expresses sent to any part of the Con tent,by THOMAS WHITFIELD. ap 13 rOST CHAISE. AlOal CliAI&E will leavi New - York eve - iy day (Sunday excepted) atbalf past 5 in the morning by way of Nt wurk, only six pnssen - gets adini'ttd, and arrive in Philadelphia the same evening, r are inroujh, fs The new Steam Boat Line Experiment, will leave New - York every day f Sunday excepted) r.t hall' pat 2 ..'clerk, in the Steam Boat Atalnn - ta, and arrive at Pliladrlpbiathentxtdaynt 4 o'ciock, i.y tne steam isoat aiha iromuristol. Fare ihrou 'Ii !; dollars 50 cents. For beats in tlie above lines, apply at Ihe Pont Chaise stage ana ?team rtont L'ftice, I IU tirond way, opposite the City Hotel. fJCr - All goods and baggage at the risque of uie owner. JOHN N.CUMMING, Newark. JOHN GULICK & SONS. Princeton, STOCKTON B: HOWELL, Philadelphia. Jr. Ii. Expresses tent to any part of the Union. ap8 SOUTH lilt k,H STEAM BOATS. clsMMv The Chancellor IJvin 1&. I ston will leave New - York Lon Saturday, the 28th inst. si. - iflsjnrrrri 5 p. m. There will be a boat leave New York every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 5 P. M. and Albany on same any at a a. ii. until lurtne root ice. mh TH t. 09JYD ATk.iM taOA T LIM.. . sacjr The proprietors, with a I view of accommodating the w lepuhlic, by extending the line JanMMMjIn Norwich, intend making Ibe experiment wilb the Fulton, Capt. Law, and this route (if found practicable) will be continued during the season. I he line will 10 future be from New York to Norwich, as follows : i he Connecticut. Cant - Bnuker, will leave New York every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8 o'clock, in the morning, lor New - Havco. The Fulton. Capt Law, will leave Js'orwuh at 6 o'clock in tlie morning of the same days, touch at few - London and depart from thence for JVete Haven at K o'clock. The boats will meet nl Art haven, and depart from thence every Mondau. Wednes day and Friday, Ht 7 o'clock in tlie evening the Connecticut lor Sew - York, aud tl.e Fulton for Jew - Iiondon and Jfontien. mh 17 STEAM BOAT F)K SALE. (Jry - For ssle, a well finish - 1 hed - g(ea Boat of tmM mM - fnTtei - rTir rulated to carry convenient ly about sity passengers - Her hull is of the best timber, and she is copper bottomed up to the bends, prepared to be put into a line of running immediately, she draws but thirty - two inches of water, and from the advantageous construction o''her machinery, can be worked at one half the daily expense of steam - boat in general cne win De told a great bargain, it applied for shortly. Enquire at No. 48 Wall - afreet, of mhSOtf ISAAC U. OGDEN & CO. SWIFT - SURE MAIL COACHES, FOR rniLADKLPHIB, vr - r,i (t7 - Leave New - York LLi,Jrt . . - : o ' EVP w in... unit. 1 uimimh .ra - incepted.) at b o'clock, aud ar rive in PhiladelDhia nexi dav to dmner. The publick house s are good, and reasonable in their charges. The drivers, horses and coaches are not inferior to any others now running between these two cities. Tbe beautiful country, and the excellence of tbe roads on thi rout, connected with the safety, comfort, and reasonable expences, are beleived to be strong inducements to travellers in giving this line a decided prefer rnce. The strictest attention will be observed by the proprietors in giving general satisfaction. All baggage and packages will go at the risk of the owner unless insured and receipted for by the clerk of said office. Stage tare only $5, with a generous allowance of baggage. Parties wishing to travel at their leisure, may engage the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, by applying one day previous to starting. For seats apply at No. 5 Courtlandt - street, New - York. LYON, SONS, & CO. ap 2 Proprietors. Krl run fillLADELPHIA. Tweuty - five mile land carriage, via New - Brunswick and Trenton. In new post coaches $5 Do. good stager, 4 50 Do. forecastle or deck passengers 3 50 Connected bythe steam boats OLIVE BRANCH and PHILADELPHIA. The steam - boat Olive Branch will leave New - York every day, Sundays excepted, from the north side of the Batte - ry', at 11 o'clock A. M. Passengers will lodge at Trenton, and take tbe steam - boat Philadelphia, so as to arrive in Philadelphia at 10 o'clock the next morning, in time to lake the Union Line Baltimore steam - boats. This line bas a connection with the best boats on the Delaware - nd Chesapeake to Norfolk ; as also those of the North River and Sound ; and their several arrivals arc calculated to cause little, if any delay. This is a speedy and certainly the most con - reoicLt rout, as the passengers will leave New - York after the banks open, and arrive in Philadelphia before the hours of business, without fatigue in travelling or want of sleep, the land carriage being much less than by any other route between the two cities. For seats in the above line anp!y !o WILLIVM B JAQUF.S, tthe Union Line S:j'n Bntt Oilier, in Mar - ke'.field - slreel, n irth side of tbi Battery, be tween Gieeowkh U Wasfiinglon - streets.or to The CAPTAIN cn board. fty All goods aod bsgjpge at the risk of tbe owner. ap 4 1 U.VNY BAGS. - WH;. for sale hy. J CEtKA CUMING, an 13 76 Petrl - ttrect. tierkliig bebEt kar, u, . s - . . . r taMlahniiri a Sr."Ml It - - " sier. - - DWTOR HORXE former, of the city of L00V Jr. 'and .urrJ""' rs zz - - " "ss"uisntujda. the bue of MERCURY - 1 rasji, indiscrimiiiate, and unoaalT sam are annuallr n..r. ,.,:i:!r. " .u JTo. ence. Thed,ae' w"e have 7iew Z Sf" to result chiefly to tbisource. What ini hat a young man, the hopes of !,if coal the darhug of h parents houla r ,,r7L,u way from all the prosct. and tujojm by the censequentt of one ung - jardedil, and by a disease not ia iu own Mature faTaTI which only proic o from neHect or treatiiicnt.". A gcntlemar, "(laU D, "ffi" tiei.t) now perfectly hrary and Weil hViP and. r ,.h,si,?iiins of gene. J vrnctlct't " acd reueatc.il sali vat, d; v. - fa - n reco,BB,i5? Dr. H. (by a gontlemtui of this cityU ! r. ere carlou and bis riesh droppJn from 1 th bis friends declared be coald not pof, S t wo month, longer. Thousand. nuZEntf know with what ease and .afety Dr H ?faJ catet the severest cases, and coufiiWfne',,, tution. The Doctor', plan (adve cessary to guard the public against the ao0te Ii mercury, and other fatal delusions, held fZif ' Person,, Uierefore, having contracted , n7 vata disorder, or luspecting latent p0i,on admoiusliednot to tamper with the, llzl,?' tion,or conceal tiie d.V.rder, till p..t ry ; others having the remains of an ld J or other impurities of the brood, a.wH. - er complaints of a delicate nature in sex. should remember posterity, and',,,, to their consciences, by makinr annit.. - to Dr. II. at his. old and respteffi? li.hmenNo.64 VV3ttr - treet, four fawi. if of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt assuUnce a lone cakulated to prevent disclosure. And her. let me claim your seriou attention Remenlh.. a superficial cure i no cure at all ; unless the ha siness i radically done, you will certainly llHvt the disorder break out again with redoubled m hguify, at some future period ; perhain then iil he too iate for remedy. Don't you often meet ia ihe street miserable, mutilated beings, witlioui even a bit of nose on their face Take warnuur I beseech you. Dr. H's. ch - trarter for skill an.l il..Kk. . gnly being universally known in this city, ,inC. ciery lulhvrto unknown, and having confined bis practice loryears past, exclusively to Uiecureof ilisi'iiseB iJ ll.e hlnrtH tvilpm fl.o. ...... r.t - .... - " - y - - . - ..n j wiajr S4ieiy CSI - culate on the must decided advantage ia coa suiting Dr. H. Uleet eradicated in tw or three weeks Stricture removed without iinnviu m .'. er instrument ; and all debilities : likewise all old ulcerations, fistula's Ai'. A plurality of offices are prorided, and so situated tliat patient are not exposed toeach otlier's observation. Open till half past 9 in the eveninr. All persons rnnrprnprl nr.. .n.fA.i t,. c - r R calling, and speaking with Dr. II. whiclj is Ire - " nn.. uci, uie i;unor lannoi avoid to einiesiion nf irrhtitiiiU Tnr ;...jn..ni.i. . - - n ...uhu.ciu.mc . CLUUI - meudations, aud for the decided preference (it is presumed with just cause) long uiveu him ba judicious public. n.ji. All letters must be pott paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 li JfUTUElt QUACKFRY JVOH IMtOhl - thia: pR. EVANS' superior Jmetiiod of curing a certain Disease, isnow universally acknowledged in this city ; his mode of treatment i perfectly mild. snfr. iinuiuuvi. Mu nn tnargi reasonable. In every it - tanre he warrant a cure, land will return th nav if h. does not perform agreeable .to contract. - m ju iuilich Kxievy aiwaja onseryed. iTiere are many persons in thi city and it. t - cinity, laboring under variou chronic disease. nl. rrir rm rt int;lLisofa jIaBII r VUt. l (X UUI1VII vsaa isssvvvsaiHj V.CIBXa KtT)nll or king evil, fistulas, diseases of the urethra, bladder and kidnies, old complicated complaint r . .. h. I.llir.... ui m uiuiih ) t.i.v vuu vutvr uuil ac lions, rheumatism, Ax. which they consider inc rable, they can certainly be cured (in general) by applymtratDr. EVANS'S Medical Store, No. h'.spi'.al in Europe 12 years, under some of the first Sui'geons and Physicians in the world, aad made those obstinate diseases his constant study for30years. Oct II rr7 The subscriber bavins recently returned from England with an important improvement on the artificial spring LEG, he take thi method of informing hi friends and the public, that all those who are so unfortunate a to b tn want ol a leg, or arm, tbey can be accommodated by ap plying at lo. 77 Barclay - street, new - York. Jan SK WM. PURVIS. (tt - WHEATON k DA iTS, Fancy Chair Manufac turers, No. 153 Fallon - street, opposite St. Paul Church offer for tale, wholesale aad retail, a large and elegant assortment uf Curld Maple, plain painted and ornamented in gold H hronsei. Bamboo, Plain and Gilt Balls, Rocking, Sewing, and Coa Tens - lion Chair. Sofa. Settees, Loungees, Music Stools, ffce. Orders from any part of the continent executed with neatness and dispatch. Old Chair repaired, painted and ornamented, mh 9 JtEW DhESSWG ROOX. ' AFRUMENTO, No. 1 Wall - street, Js" - . Inmrit from llnl. has the honour 10 in." the gentlemen, that he cut and dresses bairta the latest style, and in a maincr so as to adorn it lo the phisiognomy. He has for sale a q""" ty of RAZORS of the first quality, if not please on trial, the purchasers ate at D,"J to return them, and receive the money. He P" likewise procured a very fioe hone, an15n5 to restore razors to a very keen edge and snnu they not cut he will receive no recomr1, - . Those gentlemen who may please to boaor ni with their patronage, may depend on the w particular and respectful attendance. N. B. Gentlemen who subscribe by In quarter will have their raxors, Ac. kept exclusive' for themselves. , P. S. A iiiod lourneTman wanted. . rPV't as above. - - r FUH &AL.F, , - 0r - l. rrHE CIRCULATING LIBRARY. J3 1 ton - street, near Broadway, ronsistmc extensive and choice collection of butorv, vets, voyages, biography, romaoces, oovem tales, plays, reviews, magarines.Sc. f Catalogues may lie examined at the library, wbkh is open f.r subscribeis, as usual. n.h4tf - NEW - YORK: PRLXTED AMD PUBLISHED MICHAEL PulvOJAMk CO. So. 4i Fibmtbbbt 1 f3 mm ii a sum it , -

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