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IN CHANCERY. 151 CHANCERY. ' ! Archibald Morrison. " IN porsoanc or M. decretal order of ' AbrahaM Springsteen, jr. Isaac Powsli and Dm - id Riker. this hoooroblo court fitikda ia the above cause, will be told at public auction, at the Too tine Cofiee House, in the city of Mew - York, aadejthe direction of the subscriber, one of tbe Blasters of this coart, on Monday, the 27th day of April aeat, at alevea o'clock ta tbe forenoon of inaioay, touneea years, bid bboouu ana im day anexpired term of a certain leate of all the aiith part on the north tide of thote three certain loti of ground (heated in the seventh ward of (he citof New - York, on the eait tide of Jefferson - atreet, distinguished in a map made of tbe hutdi of Henry tUtrer, by number nine nandrea aaa thirteen, nine liuodrcd and fourteea and nine hundred and fifteen bdWided westerly in front by Jefferson - streef t easterly in the rear by lot number nine hundred and sixteea ! northerly on one aide by Division Kreet andioutheriy oa tneotn - rside by the remaining five sixths of the afore said lots, aumoer nine nunarea ana uiumn, nine hsmdred and fourteen, and nine hundred and and flAeea l containing in breadth, in Iront ana rear, nineteen feet, and in length seventy eight ct iwi iKj aam nAr of lefa. oa each tide t al - wars eiceotine from off the rear, or eart end of the aaid lot, a passage, or gangway, of nine feet, lor the use of said lot and those adjoining. Together with the dwelling bouae and buildings erected and built opoa the taid premises, and tbe appurtenances thereunto belonging. Dated March 16 th, 1818. CHA3. G. FERRIS, Master in Chancery. to 6 th6 Ap Ap40 1 w Ui CHAJiCEHY. State of JYew - York, ft. IN pursuance of a decretal order of this honorable court, will be sold at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New - York, under the direction of the subscriber, as tme oi tbe masters or tins court, on Thursday, me twenty third day of April next, at twelve o'clock at noon, all those certain trarts, pieces or par eels of land, situated, lying and being in the town Of rougDKeepsie, in the county oi uaicuess, ' which ia an iodeutureof mo its ace. executed by John 8. Gay to Robert Kearney, bearing dnte . ea the twentieth day of January, ia the year one thousand eight hundred and seventeen, are described, In toe words following, to wit : " all that certain piece or parcel oi land, with the appur - teoanres thereunto belonging, situate, lyiug and being m the town and county aforesaid. Be inning at the northeast corner of the laod of Matthias Cooke, joining the east side of the road leading from - Mackinsack ta the court house, - tnence along cna lanu oi said Aiatimas cooae, south seventy fire degrees east, twelve chains amy eigui hubs, so uie norweasi comer oi ine aaid land of Cooke, where a stone is placed in the earth, on which is engraven the figure four t trusstooe joios ine land oi ine said burner anu John B. Gay ; thence along their land north fit - toence along Iheir land aorw lorty in degrees .west, live cnaine thirty six Jinks, to a small neap oi atones ; ana tnence along tbeir land norm six ttagrar west, one chain wily two links, to tbe southeast corner of the lund of Daniel Rtvaux ; thence along the land ol laid Revaox north eighty eight degrees west, twelve chains sixty six Jinks, to the east side of the road aforesaid nod thence akmg the east tide of the aforesaid road, south elevea degrees fifteen minutes east, ten chains thirty four links, to the place of beginning; containing sixteen acres ana three perches ol land. Also, all that certain tract, piece or par cel of land, situate, lying and being in the town of f oiighkeepsie, and is a part ol the iarm' toriuerly lielonxinir. to Johannis Swartwout.dercaied.beBiii at a large stone on the old r iltintown mad. and runs from thence along the land of the a 'ore - iniu 4 uuil IJ., ii'ritu men, ui:kicc Uiiceu minuteweatt, ten chains seventy two links, to a while - oak stump; thence north six degrees'!at, ' sixty one links, to a swamp whitu - ouk sapling I thence north twenty fivu degrees ' east, six cliamit aeventy six links t ti.eocc north twenty three decrees and ten minutes east, six chains ; thencn north thirty one degrees forty five Biinutci east, four cliaim j thence nortli forty oue dcirtei forty fivo minutes east, one chain and ninety links ; tin. m e enst one chain and eiathtv one links theme north thirty fire degrees aud lifuen minutes east, six chains tight links; thence north eigiily (wo degrees west, nine chain, ti the rowl toruuiuiily called Llenry Uo neve's road : trance aloiig said road south thirty thirty four degrees (hilly m muter, west three chains thirty eight links t thence south ten de - frees west, ten chains seventy links) thence aouth sixty eight degrees west, two r.lnin .evenly four iinas ; tdence south thirty six de rees west, two r.r.uiu! - , thence south forty two ecree west, (ourtlr.iiu ; thence south eiuhtceu degrees west, live vliQiii ; thence sutli six (It - grees and thirty minutes west, three chains twenty seven links ; thence south twenty decrees thirty minutes east, lour chuins thirty toir links ; thence south degrees west, two (h.iiiiS ; then on a direct tine to the place of beginning ; containing twenty three acres and thirteen pen lies Also, all that ceit.uu trmt, piece or parcel of land, situate, lying aud being in Pough - ltee(nie to ,n aforesaid, andhoundei anddrscn bed as follows l beginning at a alone set in the cround marked I. ti. at the east side ol the road leading from (he court house to Hn kiniacU, and at the northeast corner of the farm of Aaron law, and is the s - iutuwest corner of the premi ses uereoy graniea , men niung uie tun si'ie ui xnc aioresaiu dm norm nineteen uei;reet una ni - teeo minutes east, four chains and fifty links j then along the land of UnrnahnsSwnrtwout north twenty seven degrees east, two chains ; then a - long the land of Jacob Vanderburgh south sixty nine degrees and fifteen minutes east, seven chains (then along the land of the said Jacob Vanderburgh, Matthias Cooke, and the heirs ol Doct. Samuel Cooke, north sixteen degree and forty five minutes east, ten chains and ninety three links then along the land of the aforesaid lieirt of Samuel Cooke, deceased, north twelve riegrees east, three chains and eighty eight links , then again along the land last aforesaid north forty five degrees and fifteen minutes west, five .chains and thirty links, to a heap of stones, five Jinks north ol an elm tree, marked on two tides, at the north aide ol a small slouzh: them e uorth two degrees and thirty minutes east, along tbe land last mentioned ainreiaicl and land iu possession or James Simon fifteen chains and tweotv eight links to a flat rock at the north tide of the .'Fiikintowa road, and is the southeast corner ol land ia possession of Johannes Swartwout ; thence north twelve degrees and forty five minutes east, nine chains and filly five links, to a lance white oak tree marked; thence Oiirin seven degrees and forty - five minutes east, three chains ; Uience north twenty - ova degrees east, six chains and forty five links, ton white oak sapling, Inp - I'd and marked ; thence north twenty - three degrees east, six chains, to a walnut tree, marked t thence north thirly - one degrees and forty - live minutes east, four chains ; thence nrth forty - one degrees and forty - five minutes east, one chain and fifty - four liuks ; thence east one chaiu and eighty - eight links toabjaekoak tree mark - . ed ; thence nortli thirty five degrees and fifteen minutes east, sevenclmins and lorty seven links; , thence north forty - five degrees east, two chaiua and forty links t thence north sixty two degrees and thirty minutes east, one chain and BUiety links ; thence north tlurty - eight degrees and thirty minutes east, two rtiains and totty - three ' links, to a stone set in tle ground marked 1 B. and is the norlb - east corner of the land . pos? ?T"tV0l ."fore.,aid Johl"r Swartwout N. B. The eleven last mentioned tourses were all epos , tbe east side of lands possessed by Johannes Swartwout aforesaid them .... rormerlj m possession of John Bailey, esquire, ; and lands of Christian Newcomb. south .eventy - "'",'"T - o chains and ninety links t thence south fifteen dtrnw. .;. ' . chains and eijthty hnks, to a lap of , tones ; - " thesotrth frrty degrees wert,one chain and niIiKiloi scones, which is the northeast comer of the land nf r:ho,i.. u . gers ; ttwace along tho aorth side of the lands Ust mentiootd, north serenty - five degress and Jy - fivcmwates west, thirty one chains and mi i, .1 aortii - wesl corner of the land of : " ' "VVi ,ow ,ops cst side of the land of said Roger,, ,,.ntj, niselMi degrees d '7 - chain. andfoAy - rtrtteadontatd Cnariar Rqgan, thence aJorg the south side of the laud of that aaid Rogers, south sixtjhoac degreea east, ufteea chains and aevantr - oa links, to tbe Wad of Aaron Law ; thence aloog the land of the aaid law, south thirty - two degrees aad nitoen muiiies wtn, vea chaina and seventeen links to a waloul tree marked oa two sides, standing in a wet place ; tnence again along land of the said Aaron Law, south twenty - nine degrees and forty - fiva minutes east, six chains ; thenc also along said Law's land, aouth thirty - one degrees west, two chains and Ihirty - ooe links to a horn - beam sapling marked, steading on tbe cast bank of Casper's creek ; thence along the land of ti aforesaid Aaron Law, aorth twenty - eight degrees and thirty miautee west, eight cnains to a stooe set in the ground on a slat stone hiil, and then again along the north side of the land of the a - foresaid Aaron Law, north seventy - three degrees and thirty; minutes west, tweotyve chains aud twenty links to the place of beginning ; coo tain mg. including the filkincown road, one hundred aad seventy - nine acres, three roods and twenty - six perches, but exclusive of the road one hundred and seventy - eight acres, two roods and twenty perches, bounded west by the road leading to Haekinsaclc, and the lands in possession of Jacob Vanderbueeb. Mat thias Cooke, tbe heirs of the late Doctor Samuel Cooke, James Simon, and the aforesaid Johan nes Swartwout ; northerly by other lands of the aforesaid John Bailey, esquire, and land of vrinsuoa iicwconin oeiore meuiiooea; ease vj the land of the said Christian Ne wcouib, Charles Rogirs and Aaron Law aforesaid ; and south by I ami of Ine aforesaid Aaron Law, the particular figure and description of which may be seen by a map annexed to the aforesaid Laac Balding's deed of the above described premises And ulso one otbtr lot, piece or parcel ol land, situate, lying and being in the town and county alore said, beginning at a heap of stones on Salmon's and Damn's line, whtcn is the borih - cast corner of a lot of wood land, formerly sold by James Livingston unto William Terry ; (hence along the line of said lot, north sixty - six degrees west, twenty chains and eighty links to a stone on Etekiel Cooper's line i thence along said Cooper's line, north four degrees, east seven chains and forty links to a monument ; thence south seventy - seven degrees and thirty minutes, east to Salmon's and Skhin's line to a stone ; thence running all their line, aouth nineteen degrees, west, to the place of beginning; containing twen ty acres, two . roods and thirty - five prrches of land And also all mat certain tract, piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and being in Pough - keepsie town aforesaid, and bounded and described as follows, to wit : beginning at a stake and stones standing in the ancle where the north line of the Dutches turnpike road intersects the west line o the farm now in possession ol John B. Gay aforesaid ; and from thenc runs on a course northerly in the west line of said Gay's farm sixty - seven links to the south side of fhe Filkintown road : then north aeventv - cicht de crees west, four chains and thirty - two links ; then north eighty - seven decrees west, four chains, or so far as to intersect the aforesaid north line of the Dutchess turnpike road : then in the north line of said turnpike to the place of beginning ; containing half an acre ol land, be (he same more or less i together with the here ditaments and appurtenances thereunto belong - iggorin any wise appertaining. Dated March 3d, 1818. ' JOHN TOVVT, mh 4 lawlds Master ia Chancery. fROSFECTUS for ruBLianiao bt scBscRirrmsr A MAP OF MEXICO AND LOUISIANA. 'piiE publication of this Map tins been under - J. taken with the impression, (hat it will ex hibit information, highly interesting at this event - iui crisis, and the valuable Maps which the author has procured, during his several tour through Mexico, in the years lrJUe, 1WJ7, IUIZ, IHI3, 1815, I8IG, and 1317. induce him to helcive that the Map, with even all its imperfections, will be much the most perfect which has appeared be - lore uie puiiuc. I his Mbd will contain the latest and best in formation from (lie discoveries and possessions of the American, Spanish, Russian, British and r rencn travellers and navigators ami representing the claims of (heir respective governments on the Northwestern coast of America. The Map will include that portion of North America, which lies between the Isthmus ol Da - rien, and the 4Hth degree of North Latitude, and from the Mississippi River weslwardly to the Fat iAc Ocean. In sise (he Map will be about six by five fret, and will be projected on a scale of 40 miles to the inch, to be delivered to tbe subscribers at fifteen dallarssach. Natrhes, March 7, lBlfl. ap7(Aul .1 A UAH. A SUUAR Ai RUM. 10 hhds. Sugar and 6 puncheons Rum. received per brig Woodman, from Port Maria, Jamaica hindiuz this day at pitr no. 10 East River, for sle hy KbAUr. & Mr. n.VSlr.K, ap 15 Iw 31 Old slip. CRO.ifi - S I UKi;r NOTICE. NO I ICE is hereby given t ad persons inter - eted, that the commissioner of eslnnole and aMt:ssuvnt apiminted hy the supreme court f judicature of the sl - ite nf Nfw - Vntk, to perform certain duties relative to the - niarg - ing and improving Crss street, in the sixth ward of the city ol New - Vork, have completed their estimate and iMm - ssnient, as well of the loss and dtrunge sustained over nnd above the bene lit and advantage received by the owners ( the lands and premises required lor s - 'id improvement, as also of tho benefit and received by (he owner and pnrlies interested oi and in certain lands nnd premises not rnpi'ml for the said improvements. - - And that we the iid commissioners have drpositcd n tine roi y ol such climate and assessment, in tlm ch - rk's office of the cily of New York, for the inieclion of whomsoever it may concern. And notice i hereby further given, (hat (he rrpor( of the said commissioners of estimate and assessment will he ( resented to the supreme court of tudii a'ure nf the state of New York, at the City liail ol th - city of New York, en Monday, (he fourth day of May nx', et (he opening of (he court on that day, or at snon'hereaflrrascounsel can be heard thereon Dnted this 17 th day of April. lttlH. JOHN FORBES. WILLIAM lOtlREY, Commissioners. JOHN L. LA W RENCE. j np 17 (41 HENRY - STREET NOIICK. VTOTIC'E is hereby given to nil persons inter ll ented, (hat the commissioners nf estimate and assessment, appointed by the supreme court oi judicature oi ine state ol iew l era, to perform certain duties relative to the enlarging, ex (ending and iinorovine Henrv - street. httwten Clinton nnd Grand - streets, in ilir eighth ward of the city orew York, have completed their es - 'iinate and assessment, as well ol the loss and damage sustained over and above the. benefit nnd advantage received hy the owners of the land and premises required lor the laid improvement, as also of the benefit and advantage received by the owner and parties interested of and in certain lands and premises not rrqured for the said im provement. And that we, the said commissioner, have oVpotited a (rue copy of such estimate and assessment in the clerk's office, of the city of New - York, for the inrpection of whomsoever it may concern ; and notice is hereby further civ en, that the report of the aid commiuionetsof es timate and assessment will he presented ( the su preine court f judicature of the state nf N. York, at the City nail ol the city of P. lorn, on Monday, the fourth day of May next, at the opening of tbe court on (hat day, or at soon thereafter a counsel can be heard thereon. Dated this 17 th day of April. I8IH. JUtl.K HJKHr.5, WU.UAM TOR RET, Commit sioeert HENRY MEIGS, ) ap 17 I4t TO LKTJOR LEASE. From the 1st Mbt nexL on reasonable terms, a large convenient dwelling house, oiipo - ite Love Lane, near tlie two milestone, Bowery, at present occupied by Professor Adrain; well calculated for two families, having two kitchen, with Brooms, pant lie and vault, a stable and coach bouse, a well of good water nnd two cistern. It ha a very large garden, well stocked with shrub aad Iruit tree ; possession of which can be had on the 1st Ap - il next. Also to rent, a genteel 3 story brick house No. 494 Greenwich - street, with or without a lallc in the rear. Apply at No. 496 Greenwich - st. or to ilALSET fc GOSMAN, bSi tf 34 Oid - slip. LVDIGESTIO.Y, oit SOUR STOMACH, 3 acknowledged bv medical writers (o be a complaint ol stubborn kind, aad at all times very oioicun oi cure, inus samcienuy (rated ia tiiedisappoiiitatent of those who unf tunately i jfTer nnoVr it, as they , for the most pa find that after having tried many tilings to lit very diUicun oi cure, i nu is samcienuy n i oi unite wno unior - art, little or ao Dumose. the? are at lost obliced to use (for perhap Uie remainder of life) such articles as can al best but palliate (he disease. Under such circumstances, aov medicine capaoieoi remo ving the complaint, must surely be an article highly deserving the attention of all those who are afflicted wifli it ; such a combination is to he met with in DIL. MEAD'S ANTl - UYsEI'. TIC or STOMACH I'lLLS the success of which has never vet been equalled, for (he cure of dyspepsia in its most complicated form, such as loss of appetite, nau tea, heart burn, flatulency, knawing pain in the stomach, pain in the Slue, grcai cosilvencsB, piieim ia uk iiram - - oanre. languor, lowness of spirits, pain in the head, virligo or giddiness, and disturbed sleep. Whoever applies these pills in (he above disease, according to tbe directions, will never be disap pointed, as they have never been once known to mil in producing ruuicui nun t:iuiiciji The use of a sine le box wilt convince the most unbelieving of their efficacy. They will most effectually remove all sourness of the stomach, not merely by neutralising the acid, hut by correcting 11. at morbid state ol the secretions which sivet rise to it. and at the same time will restore to theduhilitated organs of digestion, thai tone and vigour winch is absolutely necessary to me well brins of (he animal economy, f rice one dollar per box. Forsale by JOHN C. MORRISON, Druggist, No. 1B8 Greeuwich - street. Where mnv be had. wholesale and retail. large aud gentral assortment of genuine Drugs and Medicines ; Surgeons instruments; A pone cary's fJlass Ware ; English and American f?a tent Medicines. Also, IJyer's and Fuller's Biti cles, Medicine Chests, tic. On liberal terms, mh V im N. SMITH D A V I K S. Wholesale and retail Chymiral Perfumer, NO. 151 BHOADWAT, T3 EGS leave to inform his irieiids and custom I J eri, thai he has on hand an extensive assort men! oi perfumery and fancy articles, vix : shaving soap and liquid ; washing soap in cukes and balls i antique oil ; cold cream ; charcoal and chvmical dentifric t rouse and reurl powder ; plain and scented hair powder : almond powder and paste ; milk nf rosea ; hard nnu solt poma turn ; tooth, cloth, shaving, hair, nail and comb brushes, of superior rjuality ; razors ; scissors ; ix - .n and pocket knives ; ihuviuz ami dres sing cases ; pocket hooks aud many other articles, too numerous to mention, for sule wholesale and retail. np b KVrlEA'lOiVa I II 11 OINTMENT. r IM1E long and successful use of this ointment J. is a sufficient recommendation, as it has oeen found to be a pleasant, safe and certain re inedy for (hat disagreeable disease in all its Ma 5es. It is lor sale in the city of iew - lorfc, hy . KM VT. R. Pott, No. 41 William - street; f. St T Clark, No. H5 Maiden - Lane ; II. H Schiefltlin At Co. No. 193 Pearl street ; Law - rence & Kcese. No. 196 Penrl - street : Hull & Bowne, 146 Pearl - street ; R. Si I.. Murray, 313 rearl - slreet ; J. 11. Bradhurst, 314 learl - street ; John Penford, No. 4 Fletcher - street; Duryee ti Poe, in Pearl - street; John C. Morrison, 1 88 Greenwich - street; John P. Fisher, 106 Broad way: Walter ai seaman, cornei of Lhamber - st. and Broadway, and also inChaliiam - street ; and in short it may be procured at most of (be Drug Stores in (his city Also in Philadelphia, of S. Withered ir Sons ; George Harrell .North Si Ro gers, and almost all (he druggists in (he principal towus in (he United Stales. L1KF.1VI.4K, WHEATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may he had at (he above places. jan 22 6m s FOUR DOLLARS REWARD. TRAY ED on Saturday afternoon, from No. 77 Water - street, into Front - street and was af terwards seen on the Battery, a water dog pup (spaniel) ol a liver colour ; the hind legs white nearly to the hips, had on a leather collar with a large nog ring lasienwl to it. Whoever will re turn said slut to No. 177 Water - street or 105 Front - st. shall receive (he above reward and thanks of the owner. np 13 Iw BOARD WANTED. By a lady in a private family, she will furnish her bed room complete. None need apply, but persons o the lint respectability. Enquire at 15 Mur ray - street, ap 10 COLUMBIAN PICTURE GALLERY, 146 rtri.Toir - STiir.ET, (Ross's Buildings, near Broadway.) To connoisseurs and amateurs of the Fine Arts, and to the enlightened public of New - York. 'I'MIF. proprietor of an extensive collection of L pictures, the works of the most eminent painters, having just arrived from Europe, where he has purchased them from the cabinets ol Rome, Naples, Florence, Pari. Amsterdam and Loudon, at a very considerable expence. propo ses (o exhibit them to the ladies aud gentlemen nf this city and its vicinity. The exhibition will begin on Thursday, 16th of April. It will he far superior (n any as jet offered in the U. States, Uie picture heing undoubtedly originals consisting of upwards ol'SOO pictures, by the best masters Admission 50 cents each, or one dollar per month. Hours from ID in the morn in: to seven i the eveuiug. Catalogues may be had at the imiierv. E3l TO LET. si. - jll The store 61 Fulton - street Enquire on the tiemie ap 4 5w" f OrV S.iLk. V COLOURED BOY the lime limited hy law a smart, sober and industrious lad - understands all kinds house - work, and (aking care ol horse ; also working on a farm or in a garden He is nineteen years of age and nf v i;ood disposition. Any person (hat wants a lad povscssi.ig thote qualifications, will get information at No 25 Bowery. mh SU if r.MJ AIi WAIID. TO FARMERS. 1 HE subscriber can furnish the farmers of .L the adjacent country with ground Plaster of Paris in any quantity, on the shortest notice, iu barrels or otherwise. JOHN BYER9, Feb S3 tf Foot of llarrison - st. N. R. FOR SALE, rpilE time of a smart Black Girl, that can JL do all kind of house - work and cooking, iui h a ii necessarj for a family, orsuitahle lore public house. She understands cooking of oysters, henisteaks, fcc. and would be a valuable acquisition (o any public house , a preference would be given to any person keeping the same, that resides in the country. SoM for no other reason than the want of a master. For further particulars, inquire at (lie comer oi Broadway and Grand - street, Mount Social. N. B. She is sold at her own request. ap9 tf y.ll.VAHLr. JiuOhS. JUST received and for sale by ELI AS VALENTINE, 104 Broadway, Sd door below Pine - street : Wilkinson's Memoir, 3 vols 8 vo ; Rob Roy, second Philadelphia edition, with a glossary ol the Scottish wo. - dsand phrase ; A great variety of new and interesting books for children, 18oio. Also, iust received by (he Marv Eliia. from London, and fir tale as above, a valuable assort ment of tbeofocical and miscellaneous works, ve ry scarce. Engraving and cnmer - oiate printing executed wiui oeatne ana aespatcn. ap R g ALEXANDRIA FLOUR. J NE hundred bbls Alexandria Flour, of ex cellent quality lor sale hy D1VIE BETHUNE & CO. p 92 Wall - street. LJlKUHCAfE U fLOHEH PALVrLQ UI U. WALL, pupil of the celebrated Geo. Miller, of Dublin, Teacher of Landscape ana r lower rainting, AVrawing Irom Mature, Characteristic, Foliage, etc. fcc. For terms, apply at no. 44 Nassau - street j where speci mess of his works may be seen. W. G. WALL hopes, from his style of painting, method ofttachiug, and a strict attention lo the duties ol bis proles sioo, to merit a continuance of those favours be has to amply received. pw Kawacacn BrJ eABAf,;cAKAIMTACE TBAf - B TIMBS K WEU. I e.AVKS ftewovrgo evc - - 2 I J rv Sunday. Tuesday, .?0wA Ti,.. - .It. v urirmnps. at three o'cloc k, runs through Montgomery, Btoommghurgli, iviooiiceno, vy White Lake, Coshecton, Mount Pleasunt, Great Bend, Chenango Point, Onega, Ithica, aud Ge - aeva, toCaoandaigua. Returning leave Canandaigua every Mon - day, Wednesday and Friday mornings at three o'clock, and arrive at New burgh, the third day in time to take the Steam - bou which arrive in New - York the following morning fXj ll may be expected Hurt at all limtttclien tlir eteam lxiatt alter their day of running, that tUu tine will alter to ai t meet tum. The whole route will be perfomed in three days, from the first of May, until the first of ' a . I i" . . .. . November anci irom ine ursi or nurcmira until the flfteentU of December, and from the fifteenth of March un:ilthe first of May, in four days and from the 15th December, until the fifteenth of March thasaroe line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to Canandaigua m four days. Paasengert travelling from New - Yolk to Canandaigua, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N York in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Canandaigua in three days a distance - of three hundred miles. The line n well furnished aithgooJ, new carriages ; good liors"s, and careful and experienced driver Every attention will be paid to render the passage of the traveller aafe, easy and expeditious ; and it is believed that the accommodation on this line are equal to any line in the state. FAKE from NewburgU to Canandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. B. A branch of the tame line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Alto, a line run from Owego Tioga Point, thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, He. BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey. Bloomingburgh, ! t: St. John. Mount Pleasant. L. Si R. Manning, Chenango, IProprie - Luther Gere. Illnco, I tors. Samuel Greeuliff, Geneva, . Oliver Phelps, Lancing, mh 14 dtim VALUABLE REftL ESTATE FOR SALE, I fir 1HE 1T Or HEWYORK. FIVE lots of ground on the west side of Greenwich - street, between Vestry aud Desbros - aes - strecls, 25 by W. Four do iu the rear of the above, fronting on the east side of Washington - street, 25 by GO. Eight dn in the block below, between Washington and West - streets. In Montgomery County. 6000 acres of Land in Lawrence's purchase, near East Canada Creek, on the north side of (he Mohawk. In Franklin County. 15,162 acres of Land, in the towns of Mount Morris and Dayton. In Essex County. 7832 acres of Land in the (own of Barrymore. In (he County of Lewis. 1250 acres of land in Caaterland, Chasianis Purchase. In Saratoga County. 3600 acres iu Palmer's purchase. Ennui re nt Uie office of the subscriber, 34 Ce dar - street. BEV. ROBINSON. mh 17 tf SELECT BOARDING SCHOOL FOR VOYNG LADIES. i RS. BOWERING, now Mrs. Brown, hns LV I removed her well known Ertablishuienl from New - York to Elisabeth Towu, New - Jer ey, not a quarter of a mile from the public turn pike road, i ne situation oi tne place possesses every advantage for a Semiuary ; and vnil ena ble her to reduce the price of board much low er than can be afforded in New - York. The hraiwhea taught, are. Orthography, English Grammar, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, jvo rroDhv. with the use of maps and elohes, A'tro ooujv. History. Blair's Lectures, Composition, Music, French, Botany, Chemistry, Drawing in crayons, rainiingin on, ou velvet, ann 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 oi other lancy works, mh 19 Im kMisarss' iQ'PlKfO m lees itch oua.vEjrr, IXTARRANTED an infallible remedy at one v f application, may be used with perfect safety on infants a week old, not coutainmg a particle ol morcury.rr any dangerous ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with (hat offensive rmell 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, cornel of Fulton and Water - street. Druggists and country store - keepers supplied on liberal terms. Jan 29 WILLIAM HOOKER, No. UOi vaWr - st. corner of Fulton - street, New - York, having received a large supply of tbe real JAPAN BLACKING, of Day & Martin, 97 High Hol - bom, Loudon, offers th same, in wholesale or retail, for exportation, or home consumption, on terms the most liberal and advantageous to pur chasers. This inestimable composition, with half the u - sual 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 finest linen ; is perfectly free from any unpleasant smell ; and wdl retain it virtues in any climate. As an incontrovertible proof of the superior excellence of this blacking, it has stood the test and commanded the most extensive sale in all quarters of the globe, for upward: of half a century. Feb 16 MANUFACTORY OF SILVER WARE. JW. FORBES, No. 90 Broadway, one door . above Wall - street, respectfully informs hi? friends and the public that he continues to manufacture silver tea and table setts, church plate, spoons, forks, ladles, waiters, urns, siphons, fish knives, Sic. Sic. of (he latest and most elegant patterns, of the first quality of silver and superior workmanship, at the lowest prices lor cash. All order executed in a masterly manner, and warranted in all cases at least equal (o any ar ticles of silver manufactured or sold in this city. lo addition to his own manufactures, he ha on hand an assortment of rich plated and fancy hard ware, which he will dispose of ycry low, consisting of candlesticks, cake baskets, castor, bottle castors, snuffers and tray, plated on steel, a very superior article; eletraat pen. pocket and sportsman's knives, with a variety of article not enumerated. men 30 Im fLAsTEKOF PARIS VI ANuFAC lOKY. At the foot of Harrison - street. North - Kiver. I7TIERE snaniifactnred Piaster, forcomi - W and other pnrpoes, rnr. y he had, war rantee! oi tne nrsl quality, at one illarandhrcn tvfire tenlt per InufuL fhe manufactory ia conducted by Mr. John i acaer, wno nas served a regular apprentice ship to the mason business, mh 51 . JOnN BYERS. POST COACH LIS roa PHILADELPHIA! BT WAV Of roWLES - stOOB. IMPORTANT TO PAMKVfiCM IV n on . - 1 ion with tl. tins! c liaise line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, ANDOPPO - S T ON REVIVED. ANEW Line of Post Coaches with every convenience for passengers and baggage, on Spnngs - THROUGH IN ONE DAY. Tbe Post Coach will Mart from the Coachof - AYr. old No. 1 Courtlaiid - strceL N. York, every morning. (Sundays excepted) at half pat five o'clock, by way of Newark, New - Brunswick, rrince - inn, Trenton anu cnsioi, una nrnve ui I'hilndelnhia the same afltrnoou. at 5 c'clcck. States Mail Coti h. ih a truard. with every convenience for passengers aud baggage, on springs. The U. S. mail coach will start from (he roach office, old No. 1 Courtlandt - s(rcet, New York, every day at 1 o'clock, V. M. aim arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock Only 6 imKi!?eri admitted. For seat in the above named Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at Uie old established Coach, Stage and Steam Boat office, at the old No. 1 Courtmnilt - stieel, the seconu ncice irom Broadway, New - York; or to A. 1 . guuh RICH Ai CO. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Ce dar - strrel. New - York. (J5"AII goorls and baggage af (he risk of (he owner. jusr.rti u wjy, su. N. B Expresses sent to any part of the Con tineni, ny ap 13 THOMAS WHITFIELD. fOoT CHAISE. a Vfi'V f'M Ami, v ill lnvp (pw YftrttT iu A. ry day (Sunday emceptud) at half pait 5 in UIC 111 VI Ulllb K'J j j j - s - - geri admitted! anil arrive in rhiladelhia the amo Atuininiy is':r thrrmsvh. Z5l The new steam uoni i - ine r xperimrnT, wnt SXT J O 1 . .I leave iifew - lorK everjr aixy lounuay a' rtfatt 9 oVIorlf. tn Ihsv Sfpflm Kntat Alalim - 4a nnJ nmwlva atf I'liiticlr' ll.anuil fluent A nf auu aai 1 1 1 1 a a iiiiuici.siiii si a - s I . l . 11 f & L' Tl 1 f o . 4 .1 OTioCKt ny me oiram Dai a i ia irum iririui. For Seats in the above linti, apply at the Post Chaise Stae and Steam Boat Otfice, 1 18 Eroad - (Jqj - All goods and baggage at the risque of uie owner. JOHN N. GUMMING, Newark. JOHN GULICK & SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON H HOWELL, Philadelphia JV. B. Exprettt tent lo any part of the Union ap8 JfUHTH HI' Eli ATEJUU BOATS. The Chancellor Living ston will leave New - York Salurday, thc2Uth insf. 5 P. M. There wili he a boat leave .New York every Tuesday, Thursday and Salurdar, at 5 P.M. and Albany on same days at y A; il. until lurtner ootue. mtrtn ill t. oUUA'U J TE.iM tiU.t T Ll.YE 1 he proprietor, with a view of accommodating (he wsasvsy public, by extending the line M1 tr am Norwich, intend making tlie eapt iirnenl with the Fulton, Capt. Law, and this route (if Vund practicable) wili be continued during tbe season. The lino will in future he from New York (o Norwich, as fellows: The Connecticut, ('apt llnnker. will leave New - 1 ork every Monday. H'edtuiday and Friday, at K o'clock, in the morning, lor New - ilaven. The Fulton, Capt Law, will leuve .Voruuh at C o'clock in the morning ol the same days, touch at JVew - London and depart from thence for JV'ttc Haven at If o'clock The boats will meet At .Veto Harm, and depart from thence every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening: the Count cticul iorVfiD I 'or, aud (he Fulton fur Js'ew - l.unttvn nnd Auiuich. inn 17 STEAM BOAT f OH SALE. For ale, a well finish - lied Steam Boat, of small size, with 2 cabins, and calculated to carry convenient ly about sixl 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, one diaws out tnirty - tivo inches of water, and from the advantageous construction of her machinery, can be worked at one half the daily exprute of steaiu - hoat in general. She will be snld a great bargain, if applied for shortly. Enquire at No. 48 Wall - lreet, of nih20tf ISAAC G. OGDKN & CO. SWIFT - SUtlE MAIL COACHES, FOR rillLADELFHIA, ft - i" Leave New - Vork 4? eveiy morning (Sundny'sex - ?cepted) at B o'clock, and ar - 'rive in Philadelphia next day to dinner. The publick houses are good, and reasonable in (heir charees. The drivers, horses and conches are not inferior (o any others now running between these two cities. Tbe beautiful country, and the excellence of the roads on this rout, connected with the safety, comfort, - and reasonable expence, are beleived to be Strom; inducements to travellers in giving this line a decided prefer ence. The strictest attention will be observed by the proprietors in giving general satisfaction. All baggage and package 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 (o starting. For seats apply at No. 5 Courtlandt - street, New - York. LYON, SONS, ft CO. ap j Proprietors. IWlOSf LlJfE. r o u i' ,1 I L A D L L f 11 1 A Twenty - five miles land carriage, via New - Brunswick and Trenton. In new post coaches 5 Do. good stages, 4. 50 Do. forecastle or deck passengers 3 50 Connected by the steam boats OLI VE BRANCH and PHILADELPHIA. The steam boat Olive Brauch will leave New - York every day, Sun days excepted, from the north side of tha Batte ry, at 11 o'clock A. AI. Pascnt;crs will lodge at Trenton, and take the steam boat Philadcl phia, so as to arrive in Philadelphia at 10 o'clock the next morning, in time to take the Union Line Brdtimore steam - boats. This line has a connection with the best boat! on the Delaware and Chesapeake lo Norfolk ; a also those of the North River and Sound ; aud their several arrivals are calculated to cause little, if any delay. This is a speedy and certainly the most convenient rout, a the passengers will leave New - York after the banks open, and arrive in Phila. delphia before the hours nf business, without fa - tigue in travelling or want of sleep, tbo bad carriage being much less than by any other mule between the two citie. For scats in (he nhove line apply WILLIAM U JAQUES. At tl" iTninn Line Steam lioit Office, in Mar - kelGeld - street. north ride of the BaltcrT. be tween Greenwich St. Wrshintrtng - strccts or (o The CAPTAIN on board. (ty All good and baggage at the risk of the owner. P n lllltv dipo otvn t. i. k - VJ ' CEBRA fl C'USlixd, BBTBSBaaftSftkBBBkStew SU J!'!1" ..... Ih r sa i ap 13 "58 Petr! - ttrct.t. A Staining pubkt knew hosr to aistiar isa . twea (l - .ags that differ. 1 DOCTOR HORNE, formerly of tha ci(y of London, an, member of tlie fac ulty of phyu. and surgery there, deems it his da - ty lo repeat some ootervlUoai the abuse of MVItt - nuv V fied use thereof, ba. been pridatl tive of Ulfinittf nn." sands ure annually mercurialised out of eiST ence. 1 he disease we have in view owes its fc (al results chiefly to this source. What in'S, that a young man, (h i hope, 0f his country way from aH the prwper, and enjovmenUof iifl by the consequences of one ungaarded rjwmeai and by a disease not in iU own nature fataLJ wU h on y proves so from neglect or impro! reatment." A geotlcmar, (late I)r IrK S?' tient) now perfectiy heajy and well, had under physicians of genend practice, sixtVl and repeatedly lalival. d ; when recommenSld Dr. 11. (by aprotlewan of thuity) UYbaalt were carious, and hi flesh dropping fron, th bis fiicnds declared be could not pouiblv tun ' ( wo monUis longer. Thousands experiMnuii! know with what ease and safety Dr. lltiz catcl the severest caaes. and confirms the rr ,.,!" tution. The Doctor's plan (adverti,u,i'Ru - crssary to guard the public against (he aouL. !. mercury, and other fatal delusions, held forth Persons, therefore, having contracted a riT" vate disorder, or suspecting latent poison admonished not to tamjier with their cotuliu tion, or conceal the disorder, till riast recoil ry ; others having the remains of an olde!" or of her impurities of tbe blood, as well as otf wr... - - iiamre. in either sex. should remember posterity, and do nit to tbeir consciences, by rnakitr aDDhi (oDr. H. a( his old and reirJcuLW lisbment, No. 64 Water - street, fowhoaseTw. s of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt UMitanct lone calculated to prevent disclosure. Aad hers let me claim yuur serious attention Remember a superficial cure is no cure at all ; unless (heba sioessis radically done, you will certainly hav the disorder break oul again with redoubled ma li'uity, at some future period ; peabans (hen will be too lute for remedy. Don't you olea meet is (lie streets miserable, - mutilated beings, wifho.i even a hit of nose on their face Take waraijiir I beseech you. Dr. H's. character for skill and stubborn int gri'y being universally known in this city, sine 1804, guarantee to patients that delicacy and so crecy hitherto unknown, and having confined hij 1 prarlire for years past, exclusively to the cure of diseases of the blood system, they may safely cJ - culate on (he most decided advantages ia cob. suiting Dr. H. Gleets eradicated in twi or three weekly - Strictures removed withoa' bougies or any other instrument ; and all debilities; likewise all old ulcerations, fistula's &c , A plurality of offices are prorided, and to sit, ated that patients are not exposed toeach other's observation. Open till half past 9 in the evening. All persons concerned are invited to be free it i ailing, and speaking with Dr.H. which is rre of cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid the expression of gratitude for innumerable recoia - tuendalinn, and for the decided preference (it is presumed with just cause) long given him bys ;udicious public. N. B. All letters mutt be post paid. Lr. Buchanan. Ai'st 37 1j jfkfiiJEK HUJtLh&RY JVOi IMI'Obl - TIOA DR. EVANS' tuperm method of caring a cer - tainTJisease, isnowunirsr - sally acknowledged in this city : his mode of treatment is perfectly mild, safe, ei - iieuiuous. ana nis cnargii reasonable. In every ii stance he warrants a curt, and will return tlie payifbs OOi "s - 3) Iuoe 001 penorm agreeaon ,3t1itocontracL 1 tie strictest secrecy always observed. 1 tie re are many persons in this city aad its vicinity, laboring under various chronic diseases, such as cancers, old inveterate ulcers, scroMa or kings evil, fistulas, disease of the urethra, bladder aad kulnies, old complicated complaints of i certain nature, bilious and other obstruo lions, rheumatism, Ac. which (hey consider incurable, (hey can certainly be cared (in general) by applying at Dr. EVA NS'S Medical Store, No, 9, Peck - slip, having practised in exttflisivs hospitals in Europe 12 years, under some of (U first Surgeons and Physicians in tbe world, ass) made (bote obstinate diseases hi constant study lor 3U year.. s - sct n Hy The subscriber having recently returned from England with an important improvement on the artificial spring LEG, he takes (his method of informing his friends and the public, that til those who are so uuiortunate as to ba In want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by applying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. Jan2 WM. PURVIS. fT WHEATON k DA VIS, Fancy Chair Manufac turers, No. 153 Fulton - street, opposite St. Pauls Church offer for sale, wholesale and retail, a large and elegsst assortment of Curld Maple, plain painted and oroisaerrt - ed in gold tt bronre, Bimboo, Plain and Gilt Balls, Rocking, Sewing, and Conwrsa - tioa Chairs. Sofa. Settees, Lnungees, Music Stools, Ike. vrocrs irom any pan or the continent execxira with neatness and dispatch. Old Chairs repaired, painted and ornamented, mh 9 JfElV DfiESShYG room. i FRUMENTO, No. I Vall - street,J k . turned from Italy, has the honour to urfr the gentlemen, that he cats and dresse navr w (he latest style, and in a maimer so as to aoojw it to the phisioenomy. He has for sale quantity of RAZORS of tbe first quality, not please on (rial, the purchaser are at hotny (o return them, and receive the money. DJ" likewise procured a very fine hone, dnf y to restore raxors to a very keen edge - and snosw thty not cut he will receive no recoar"0 - . Tliose gentlemen who may please to nonorm - wilh their patronage, may oepenu " particular and reaper'1'1" aenoni.;. N. B. Gentlemen who subscribe bytheqosr ter will have their raxora, Ac. kept exdasivfJ for themselves. . ..i, P. S. A good journeyman wanted. APE1' aatove. "h 6 THE CIRCULATING LIBRARY, 131 1 ton - street, near Broadway, corisiitinr extensive and choice collec(ion of hmory, ... l. k:M.l.. vnntalMlM. BOVCUl ..i i : . Ma..nnM.Aie. CMaloguesmay be examined at the librarf, which is open for subsenrjers, as usmw. mh4(f x NEW - YORK: PRIXTED AM) PUBLISHED KlCn A EL RUILXHAM k CO. No. na - iTn - .iT. SSMJI

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