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I5SLVENT3, advertising for the bocttt oitbe act 15 this state. on no tv alart Aao, tbi 0FICAt, fHI Xew - YorkFtfor Richard fitter, tUcmritr. Auntie Bton,June30 'J.,:..,,, JMrd, June ' ., , William M'Coraaick, May 30 - !wi Keeler, Jmaiik Keeler, May M JohaJMkMo, My30 ' Joha Dicfe May 24 ; ' Pierre La Croix, May 30 Charles W. Oakley, John Utt,jun. Abrtbui voonuM, way za Wm. B. Towaswed, Moy 11 Eel Vm Domt, May 19 . . . ' W. Warner, Henry E. Hoyt, May 19 Nathaniel Mitchell, Jane 13 Beoj. Wlfliaawoo, Wm. Briackky, May 19 Wm. TaoawMon, Jua 10 lata Devoe, May 19 EpWaim Starr, My 22 Charts Cromwell, May 8 - Benjamia M'GUiaiss May 1 1 Jame Bovee, May 29 Bolomoa W. Winchester, Apr J 30 Thoma C. Terry, Jaw; 1 Pweiel Tamer, April 27 Mm Bailey, May 6 Oabea Wilder, Juaet Dmaii S. Baker, May 8 Elia Pelletr, May - Mitchell TvmmanA. April 30 Tbomai MaraUV M. April 30 Henry Ha - tiags, Mar W - . Stephen Mo, - May 15 Joseph SWara, April 2 . ' . , Perkins Nicbota, MV John I. Matniord, May 18 . Peter Schmidt, May 33 Philip E. Muhlenberg, do ' Lewi Rogers, April ii ' Jaa.Oale, Mavtl ' Jneepu Dow, April 29 ' ' . , Thomas Butler, May It Jame Coyl a. May 8 A WrmKam I - Arhnvler. Aoril 29 Thnma 8lorey, April f 8 1 Jodtoo Canuelddo : Sylvester uiioen, April au William Wikon, April 88 Albany county Before Philip 8. Parker, Re freer, in A many, Iathaa Parker, Mar 29 Henry J. Oitroov MaT 89 . Lake Gilford, June 19 Joha MCaskay, May 2 Arswtd NIsoh May 16 ' ' 1 Jama Winchester, May 6 feiasjelUgg, Mat 29 ;JeseCpbell. Ma; tCatsobeil. Mar 1 Klintuilet BteaL June 3 Robert Andcraoa A - Wiliam Aadenon, May 8 Georg a Vining, Jr. May 1 Daniel Powers do . Before Apollo Moor. Abraham D. bchermerhorn, May 8 John Simon, iun. Mir 23 .Vadium ewntyflefert Peter Smith, ritjudgt . 4 , , ... in PUrf. John Pbdn, Jaly 4 . " Simeon 8oy(hw(ck, July 4 KHifca Calkin, June 17, "Oliver Barker, June 7 'lsrni Oshont, June 20 , David Lowell, May 9 Robert Karruicton. May 18 William Hatch, May 18 David Dowell, May 9 Otsego Cimnly Before Joseph While, rtt Jxiist in Ihe lovrt of Cherry Vallry. Aehaoi Wrnr, May 28 Jacob Mill, MaT 23 8anud Cnfli'i June 18 CMrtlabd Kllmtt. JT 33 Joaaph Uriah May 16 Gileadtaian. May It Job Milkr. May ti Beittmia Stilea, May 18 Oil if Truy Btfor IViUiam L. Marty, Biq lantel Atwater. May 14 PeyKM R. HHrlbrrt, Joi 4 iJolaml HuMell, AprH I Jaaaet Uii do Ormtduga County - Btorr Joihua Formaiyjirit r - SiiriiectnUnonduga. Milet Allei, Jnuet JiMeph Cat , May 28 It sue Watiun, Orria ThurUer, May 18 t&lward Cdiup. June 18 . Milea Allen, May f Eira StarkireMher, May 19 Timotbv U. 11ok, May 8 Elimh Milia, June 9 Aim n Cook, May 9 ' ' ' J 4m Wtilf, June 10 PhUip Ptttm. June 12 ElvJti Walton, June 5 irvi Pond, June 1 Silaa Bali, oI QUko, May 20 WuhmfUm County tirfar A nlhony I. Blanch mrd, in Salem. t John Reynold, June 6 EaraTyrel, Juu6 . Jowph Wnla. - r, May 8 Jaaaet I. Cutlia, April 9 ii - .M,d mi., tvvk.i.ru.11 u.. i GetuiMt tnmfr Befart John 11. Jones, Jin Judge, . Lnettttr. Roderick R Staard, and David Raoaoia. June 4 Jacob Van Oalder, ina. Jaly 1 Jamea Cramton, July 8 Ntcbolat ti artier, jun - June 4 Lena in Copley, J one 24 Itrael Webber, June 20 Tom Irenes, May It Ato Bennett, J 15 Solomon Hatting, May 29 Joha Lard, June H Marco Carter, June 6 David Ruiom, May 5 Gilea Bihip. MaySa Srlranm Hammond, d Francii Soure, May 28 F.lli. k Powell, of Batavia, May tl Hiiab'dmith, oi Bitavia, May 6 Erie Stone, May 8 William HulU Mny 6 tgnltf county Before Salmon Child, firit , J uaxt, m U ncnfuld. , Benjamin Rosaknns, Jum 8 Joha Walh, June 1 Rol - et Millnr, J una 8 ZeraUiKrt, May 15 Pater Angle, May 18 Peter luo, tine 8 RoawtlJ Carr, May 4 Thorn m C. Cbace. May 29 Joaeph O. Pinne, May 25 J abet CiMtatook, of Galaray, May 8 Peter Servia, May 5 Saaael Glreaon, at Greenfield, April 30 Bouiaaiie ben net at do. Aoril 30 John M. Berry, of Northern herland, April 27 - UHOMii cwa 9jrtj. Lf.jwontu. Leatsr Leadbetier, Jane 8 . fctcphea Fayn, May 29 Oliver WhiUker. May 19 JotiaJ. Everta, Jane It Henry Schnserhora, May 11 ' Aedrew Kace, May 29 Uriel Hhtrman, April t5 Joha P. 8i.uMt, May iST' )!M ValkanburrA, May IS WiUiam Fellowt, May 15 ' Ernttut Wiliiami May 7 EUj.ih Brown, jr do Aaron Shaw, m. June It ' ' Chevmg county. BtforrObvhmh Ctman, F. If icbMaa King Jane 23 Jepu Janirr, May 19 Noyea Wheeler.jr. May 4 JohaTwiich - IU My4 Oliver H. Phelpa, April 27 Arthur!1!. Dexcas, do Afonfomery tmtf - Btort AUxmnder Sheldon, Stlai 6imoo, May 3u Am ia Dudley, June 27 Jotiab F - Tjale, May 18 ieufcncaunSy - B'for Thenxu .V'Burnrv, firU EaaMel CaaapneU, jua. June 1 raacia Yairfar, May 18 Jaco Hill, May - 14 . , ' JacobCoaklto. Joa. Jw 8 Him Vl.y 4 - UIMM eOWVftilwr jvtuimm irim Iiba Barrow, of Rone, May 4 . .' ; ' ' Before MorruS. Xttlcr. - ' Walter rowirr, Jeoa 8 . Ambroae Jonea, May 30 Wi liaaa Weeka, May 18 ' JotwGaalt, May 18 AbnerBartiett, Janet Jnaiah Uf.K. Jailt Onaaft tmty - B'for Jftlhmn H. BlUe, Et. Ml uoontn. Daaiel Tear, Jr. Jane 8 - - Daniel T. Smith, My 23 Joba Herlrn. John A. M'Wborter, May 23 Benjaaria Bedford, May 19 . Abraham Relyea, May It Banjamia Well, May 18 JcffertonCftmlf... Beor W.D,Fori. Bameel Caae, July I Ahrahaa Hodrea. John Hodrea. May 23 Ebeaeaer Bartholomew, of Brownvilie, A pi 23 Beth Warner, ofCbampion. May 9 ' Schoharie County, before Wtn. Bttknan, Eta ml Sharon.' Philip Younc, May 30 Abel Biaby, Jane 8 Wilham Beveni, May 30 Joha & Ackley, Jwe 8 Jeremiah Cole, - do Jeremiah Yawger, May 9 - 'flathaa Andrew, May 30 Bturrtn Bloan. ofCariUle. May 9. Duicheei Count Before Joint F.molt, Ktq. Henry I, Halt, Jane 4 Daniel Krelieh, June 5 George Cooke, May 21 Itaec Bryan, May 20 NaUiuniel Rugj;le, do Jamea Anmn, April 29 Silaa E. Ilaight, April 29 John IlnlNon, April 27 Joaetih H. MCord, May SG Samuel Hint, May 23 AmoaP Ketclmm, May 23 Joarph H. (unningliam. May I - Dtlaitar County, before haae Ogie, Ktq Anton Combs, lone 3 Benjamin Com table, April 28 "' Pbinea Uowlaod, Jr. May S Bylveiter Prertoo.of Roxburr, May 4 Warren County before IVm. Jvobardt. Avery Benedict, May 30 ramuel Upliam, June 13 8ilai tulnhury tad Samuel Allen, May 9 John Reed. June A James Trumbull, Theodoras Hopkins, May 30 David Burton, April 27 Aiariah Scobold, May 30 Joseph Ames, oQueensbury, May 9 Fratier Hams, May 10 Herkimer County, before Jfatlum Sinitlu Jude Walton, May 18 Joha Walden, Nicholas G. House, May fi John Evens, .May 2 Suffolk County befbr T. Strong, Etj Uriah Zunts, May 18 Eliac Terry. May 1 Sullivan County, before William A. Thompson, tjq. at Thompson. Jahv Wakuman, My 27 Nathan Buroham, May 9 Andrew Ayrei, May 5 Daniel Miven, May 2 Jacob VaoLoovail, May t Otto Wm. Van Tuyl, April 25 hfore Abraham Broienson, Eiq. Lyman Bates, Jane 9 Seneca County Before J Knox, Esq. at Junius. ficth Chase, June 3 Before judg Satre. Robert Day, and John Pott, May 12 franklin County, befure AlbonMan, Esq. Ilrury Ulley, June . (lenry Bagley, or fori Covington, April 18 Untune County, btfor J udgt Kxlvslns. Robert Hitkcv, June 2 llnnry Lliworlh, and James Eltworlh July 7 Darling hiuitb, May 25 Joel A. Crane, May 7. Before A. V. Hovctt, Esc. mi Canandaiua. 1MeU lI;irnn;ton, Jum 24 1'biHuat U. Bryan, June I Perry G. Buck, Lymaa Tripp, Enot French, June 9 'i'bomas Francisro, May 7 Frrdi rick Sample, of l'ttlsford, April 28 Johu (ircene, April 27 Clinton Countt, before riiny Xoore, Esq. David Peters, June 29 Corneliut M. Erwiu, June 10 Etiarpe Allen, of I'laitihurg, April 30 i 'ayui;a County, before Judge Miller. Calvin C'bapin, do May 4 Anahel M. Bennet, May 9 Joiiah Buck, May 1 1 Eratut U. Tut Ik, May 31 Lortltmdt County, beor Judge Keep, J arph Bruh. July 6. Joseph U. Dayton, May 18 Saoiu. I Blair, May 29 Juhn Sloan, May. II Bamuti Inajale, June 2 Henry Smith, do John Sloan, Mty 10 Joiiuh Wilcoison, MnylB Henry Weaver, May G Heiuielaer county, b'fore Judge Mmlcri. Henry Trvi, May William Freemau, April 29 St. Laterenee County, before Judge Ford. Jacob Roievelt, Mav 23 Ktuel Taylor, May 30 Schenectady, btfor Q. Cleveland. Roswell Perry, June 6 Cnlvin Slant - hard, April 27 Peter Kobhint, May 18 Otis Knight, May 12 Peter Robbini, May 11 Ttoga County, btfor Judgt Baker. Gei. C. Paine, May a Oswego County, b'fore Judge Mooncy. Isaac. Caulkins, June 26 Broome County, b fore judge Brilliant. Jonathan Edwards, of Bttigliaropton, May 19 Ulster County, bifortjt . fe Elmcrldoif. John I. Miles, May 11 Atn - aro, btfur judge IViikenson. Harry Hentliaw, June t Before J. W. Moulton, Esq, Ata P. Harris. Jaly 8 f 'hataqiu count u, before Zeltu Cashing, Esq. Joseph II. Akin, July 15 Nhlhan Cass, June 23 H'est - Chestrr Comut, I if ere jvs Ottu'anl. Jeremiah r. Kider, May 25 'Dmpkms County, before John Sutton. Ilrrmanut Schuyler, May 26 Cornelius D. Green, May t6 Rietanoni Coui'y, before John C ami ton Christian J. Bedell, &!ay 30 tlreen County, b'fore Luther Carter. Matthew Saltbury, May 26 FOR SALE. THE time of a smart Black Girl, that can do all kinds of house - work and cookin. urh aaUaeceasarj foralamily, or suit a hie lore pun isc nouse. ene understands rooking of oys trr, beaisteaka, ic. and would he a valuable cqttitioa to any public house , a preference would be given to any pcrvm keeping tlie ame. that resides in the country. Sold lor no other reatoa thaa the want of a master. For further particulars, inquire at the corner of Broadway I ' - J ... . o I J ami uraia - vuvci, mwm ouriai. Ii. li. &he ii sold at her owa request. np9 tf LEE'S ITCH Vl.fTME.yr. - WARRANTED au infallible remtJv at one application, may be used with 'perfect afety oa infants a week old, not contaurng a particle of mercuryrany dangerous ingredient anu noi accom Darned Bilh I tat nR - n. wmu wmcn atUnds the application of other t xm! V? medicin prepared and sold at I . , . 'C,n Stor' Ko - Maiden - Lane, Drugpits and country rtor keepers supplied All 1 1 rlfi F - I f as ' Jan 29 i LVDlGEETION, & SOUR STOMACH, IS acknowledged by medical writer to be a complaint oi stubborn kind, and at all times very dimcelt of care. This i twfficientry ilia - , (rated m thediuppointmewt of those who eufor - teaalely scnxTmiitrtt, aethej, for Ihe annat part, find that after having tried many things to litUe or no purpose, they are at last obliged to ate (for perhaiM die remaiuder of lile) tJch articies as can at belt bat palliate the disease. Under such circamslances, any medicine capable of rtow - vine; the tenieiaiiit, mutt surely be an article highly deserving the alteotiou or all thiee who are afflicted with it such a combination is to le mrt with ia DR. MEAD'S ANTl - DYcEr - TIC or STOMACH PILLS the success of which hat never yet bceu equaled, for the cure of dyspepsia in it most coojpli - eted form, such a lot of appetite, nauiea, bean burn, flatulency, knawing pain in the stomacli, pain in the tide, great costiveneat, paleoest in Ihe countenance, languor, fewness of spirits, pain ia the head, virtigo or giddiness, an J disturbed sleep. Whoever applies these pill in the above diteuse, according to toe directions, will never be ditap - pointed, as tliey have never been once known to fail in producing a radical and permanent cure. The use of a single bos will convince tlie most unbelieving of tlieir efficacy. " Tbey will most effectually remove all sournet of the stomach, not merely by neutralizing the acid, but by correcting that morbid state ot tlietecretioos which gi ves rite to it, and at the same time will restore to tbedubilitated organs of digestion, that tone and vigour which it absolutely necessary to the well bring of the animal economy. Price one dollar tier boi. For sale by JOHN C. MORRISON, Druggist, No. llift Greeuwich - slreet. Where may be had. wholesale and retail, a large nnd gentral natortment nf genuine Drugi and Medicines i Surgeons Instruments; Apothecary's lilait - Ware i English and American Patent Medicines. Also, Uyer's aad Fulfer's aiti - cles. Medicine llietlt, 6;c. Un niicrai terms mh25 9m PROSPLCI'CS voa reai.isniao bt siiBscRimoir A MAP Of MEXICO AND LOUISIANA ' I WJK publicntion of this Map has been iimtcr - J taken with the impresMon, that it will ex hibit inlorniation, highly interesting at this event, ful crisis, end the valuable Maps which Ihe au Ihor has procured, during his several tours through Mexico, in (lie years iuuo, lavi, iuiz, iuu. 1815, llllfi, and 1817. induce him to belive that the Mho, with even nil its imperfections, will be much the most perfect which bas appeared be fore the public. This Man will contain the latest and bet in formation from the discoveries and iKMtessinns of the American, Spanish, Russian, British and Ftunch travellrrs ami navigator and represen ting the claims of their reiHClive government! on the Nnrlhweiteni coast of America. The Map will include that portion of North America, which lies between the lithmus of Da rien. and the4Uth desree of North Latitude, and irom the Miisittippi mver westwardiy to uic raniic uccan. In size the Mao will be about sii by Cve feet, and will be projected on a scale of 40 miles to the inch, to be delivered to the subscribers at lu - teeo dollars ach. Natchet, March 7, Iftlfi. ap7tAul EODTaXRH DISTRICT Ot VKWVURK, SS K it reioeiubered. That on Ihe second day oi Anrii, in me tony second vearoi tne inne pendence of the United States of America, Wil lam Ji biism, nflbe said district, hath deposited in this olhVellie title of a book, tlx rixht whereol be chums as author, in the words and figures fol - lowi'it, to wit : Keiiorls or cases ailiudeed in the court ol Chancery of New - York : by William Johnson, Counsellor at Law, vol. 1 1 ; containing the caser from January, lulo, to September, IUI7, inclu sive." In conformity to the at tof (he conerrss of the Uoitcd States, entitli:d Ah act for the encouragement of learning, by securing the copies W maps, cnarts and ihiori. to tne aiiinors and pro - prieiois oitiicii copies during tne limes tnerem mentioiieil ;" and also to an act, entitled, ' An act, supplementary to an act, entitled, nn actfbt lie encouragement oi learmne. bv securinc the copies of uiuiis, charts and books, to the author and proprietors of such copies, dunna trie timet l he rein mentioned, and extending the benefits thereof to the art of designing, engraving, and eli'liing Historical and otber prints." JAMES DILI Clerk of the southern district of New - York, ap!3 4w NOTICE. ALL perrons indebted to the estate of Rugglet Hubbard, esquire, late sheriff of the city and county of New - York, as sheriff', are r. quevted to make payment to James L. Bell, esquire, prsteut sheriff of the city and county ol New - York, on or before the first day of Mar next or after that period the bills remaining un paid will be put in suit. CATHERINE IIUOBARU, Feb 11 SawtlMay Administratrix. Transportation I Pittsburgh, tlirough the slate Tot Jfeuf York. HE subscriber, who lus been engaged for several year in forwarding merchandize to different parts of the United States, offers lu service to the merchants and trader oil the western state and territories, a agent to transport property of every decription from tlie ciiy of New - York to Pittsburgh, in thettatenf 'viinMivama toods shipped at New. York, onboard "Taa wlstebn iiaa" of sloop for Albany, can be delivered at 1'ittsburtrli, it is believed, in a ahort a time, a by any otlier route yet discovered i the price of transport tion for the whole distance never exceeding six dollar per i t Proper care has been taken to select gentlemen of respectability as agent on Ihe several routes communicating - with the Allcjrany river; and where extraordinary ex ertions are required, a cnnhdential person thoroughly acquainted with the country, will accompany the good. All communication on tin object, post paid, will receive the earliest attention of the iibtcriher. who for approved security will give a credit of six month on large proportion of the account CHARLES SMYTH. Albany, ttate of New - York, 2d February. IQlO. Reference to Messrs Satterlee & Co. and Messrs. I. Hyer,and II Rankin, New - York, teuy aw Ml 36 HAY'S boarding tichool for youug ladies. New - Brunswick. New - Jerter. wd! be re - opened, after the sorinr vacatinn. nn .nonuay in 4in oi may. wnen there will ba va. canries for several youug ladies. iMusic, Urawmg and Dancing by approved instructors. SD 8 HATS. TOSIAH WILSON in J forms his friends nd the public, that he has removed his bat warehouse lo 160 Broadway, between Maiden lane and liberty - street, tor the betUr accommodation of but retail custom er ; Where he ha constantly on hand, an exten siva supply, from his manufictorr, of Ladies1 Beavsr llats. compnsine everv lanhioo and de script ioo of color, quality, and variety of pat tern the workmanship excsllent, and adapted to tins or any other market. H keeps ou band (which be receives regularly, once a week, front hit factory) a cotutaol supply ol th first quality ef tientlemen's American Beaver Hat, manu fartured under hi own inperlioo, of durable and excellent materials, finished in tlie neatest and avt fadnonable style. J. W. al - o bas for sale at bis warehouse, a large and rcgnlai ly replenirhed assortment of erntli men' fashiouable London Beaver Hats, (elected with great rare, as to workmanship and Quality, Likewise, American manufactured hats of every description and kind, suitable to this or any other market. men 30 Sawtf VI AURAS II DKFS. 8 eases Madras h.lkfs Ll I handsome patterns and entitled to debea ture, ml ree'd, and for sal hy P " D. CETIIUNE t CO. . t a. s - m lili'K i r n s - Tweaty - 8r mile bmd carriage, y New. Brunswick and Traotoo. . In new post coaches '' Do. gooxlitagea, 4 50 Jo. torecastie or deck pert Mirers 3 50 Connected by the r team boats OLI VF. BRANCH and PHILADELPHIA.' 1 be ttvam - boat Olrve Branch will leave New - York every day, Suu - da v excepted, from the north side of the Battery! at 1 1 o'clock A. M. Passengers will lode at Trenton, and take the steam - boat PWladel - phia, o as to arrive in Philadelphia at 10 o'clock the next morning, in time to lake the Union Line Baltimore stenm - boats. This line has a connection with the bast boats on the Dolaware and Cheeapeake to Norfolk i a alto those of tlie North River and Sound s and tbeir several arrivals are calculated to caust little, if any delay. This ia a speedy and certainly the wort convenient rout, as the passengers will leave New - York after the banks open, and arrive in Philadelphia before the hours of business, without fa - tiaue in travelling or want of sleep, the land bein? much less than by any other route between the two cities. For seats in the above line apply to WILLIAM B JAQUES, At the Union Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar - ket field street, north side of tlie Battery, between Greenwich it Washington - streets or to I he CAPTAIN on board. (ty All goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. ap 4 JUt. oUUJS'U STEAM UOAT UJfK. the proprietors, wnn a view of accommodating the public, by extending the line to Norwich, intend making thu experiment with the r ulion, Lapl. L,aw,nni this route (if found practicable) will be continued during the season. The line will in future be from New York to Norwich, as follows : The Connecticut, Capt. Hunker, will leave New - Kork every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8 o'clock, in the morning, lor New - Haven. The Fulton, Capt Law, will lenvc Koritich nt 6 o'clock in Ihe morning of the same days, touch at A" eic - London aud depart from thence for A'ew - Hurtn at o'clock. The boats will meet at A'tw - tlaren, and depart from thence every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, nt 7 o'clock in the evening the Connecticut for .Vw - Porc, and the Fulton for Jtesn - lAmdan and Kamirh. mh 17 L..UM llOUKi.rt, iNo. - A . - aU corner of Fulton - street, New - York, hav ing received a large supply of the real JAPAN BLACKING, of Day & Martin, 97 High Hoi - born, London, offer the same, in wholesale or retail, for exportation, or noma consumption, ou terms the most liberal and advantageous to pur chasers. This inestimable composition, with half the a - nal labor, produces a mol brilliant .jet black, fully equal to Ihe highest japan varnish ; atfonh peculiar nourishment to the leather; it will not soil the finest linen ; is perfectly free from any unpleasant smell ; and will retain it virtue iu any climate. As au incontrovertible proof ol tne superior excellent of this blacking, it has stood the tctt aod commanded the roost cxleniive sale in ail quarter of the globe, for upwards of half a century, fob 18 ROOSEVELT - STREET NOTICE. "rVTOTICE is hereby eiven to all persons inter JN ested, that the commissioners d estimate ami asfetsment. appointed by the supreme court yf judicature of the slate of New - York, to pel - form certain duties relative to the enlarging nnd improving: a part of Roosevelt street, between Batavia Lane aud Front - street, in the said city, have completed the estimate and assessment, as well or the loss and damage sustained, over aod above the benefit and advantage received, by the owners of the land and premise required for Ihe said improvement, at alio of Ihe benefit and advantage received of and in ccilain . ' . 1 J - . laiKIS una premises noi requirea lor sniu improvement. And that we Unsaid commission er have dr posited a true opy of such eotimate and assessment in tne ciera - s oince oi tne cut of New York, for the inflection of whomsoever It may concern. And notice is hereby further civ - en, that the corrected and revised report of the said commissioners of estimate and assessment, will be preiei.tedto the supreme court of judicature of the state of New - York, at the city ball of tlie city of New York, on Thursday, the se ven Ui day or May next, at tlie opening oi tne said court on that day, or as soon thereafter at counsel can be heard thereon. Dated this 2id day of April, 1818. JOHN FORBES, Commissioners. NOAH JARVIS, ) ap22 I4t CROSS - STREET NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given to aU persons interested, that the loromissiooer of estimate and assresnienl nonninted bv the suprrHie court of judicature of the state of New - York, to per lorm certain dune relative to the enlarging and improving Cross - street, in the sixth ward of Ihe city ol New - York, have completed their estimate and assessment, as well of the Iu and damage sustained over and above tlie hene - lit and advantage received by Ihe owners of the land aud premise required lor said improve' nvnt, as also of Ihe benefit nod advantages re. ceived by the owner and parties interested ol and in certain lands and premises not required lor the said improvement. Anil that we the said commissioners have deposited a tiue cony ol such estimate and assessment, in the clerk's office of the city of New - York, for the inspection of whomsoever it may concern. And notice is hereby further given, that the report of the said commissioners of estimate and assessment will be presented to the supreme court of judicature of the state of New York, at the CitT Hail of the city of New York, on Monday, the fourth day of .viay n - 'Xi, at me opening 01 the court on thai day, or as soon thereaiter as counsel can he heard thereon, listed (hie 17th day of April. 18IH. JOHN FORBES. WILLIAM TOR RET, Commissioner. JOHNL.LAWRE.'CE.S ap 17 14t HENRY - STREET NOTICE. TTOTICE is hereby given to all persons inter 1 ested, that the coromisMoner of estimate aod assessment, appointed by the supreme court ol judicature of the state of New York, to perform certain duties relative to the enlarging, extending and improving Henry - street, bttwten Clinton and Grand - streets In the eighth ward ol the city of New York, have completed their estimate and assessment, at well ol tlie loss end damage sustained over nnd above the benefit nod advantage received hy Ihe owner of (he land and prrmi 1 required for Ihe (aid improvement, as also of Ihe beoeli' and advantage received hy the owners ana parties interested ol and in certain lamls and premi.cs not required for the said improvement And thai we. Ihe (aid commission' er. have deposited a true copy of uch estimate aod assessment in the clerk's oflica, of tlie city of New - York, for the impectino of whomsoever it may concern ; and notice is hereby further given, tliat the report oflhe said commiisionrrt of estimate and assessment will be presented tn the supreme court of judicature of thettatenf N: York, at the City Hall of the city of N. York, on Monday, the fourth day of May next, at the opening of the court 00 that day, or a oon thereafter ounsel ran lie learj tnercon. Dated thi 1 .11 day ofApril, lUlfl. JOHN FORBES, ) WII.MAM roRREY.jCommworier HENRY MEIGS, V ri7 1 r03T COACH USE ro PHILADELPHIA BT WAT Of roWLM - BOO . 1MPORT1.HT to yAamr.ERi. Kit rmwiim villi Ihe oost chaise linf. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPO SITION REVIVED. A NEW Line of Post Coaclie with every con ceiiienre Tor nniti 'rr and barjTAge, on Spring - THROUOH IN ONE DAY. Tlie Post Coach will start from the Coach of fice, old No. I Courtland - street, N. York, every morning, (Sunday excepted) at half past five o'clock, hy wny of Newark, New - Brunswick, frmceton. Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the same afternoon, at 5 o'clock. The new Steam Boat Line industry will start from New - York every morning, Sunday excepted, at 10 o'clock in the Steam Boat Alalan - ta, lodge at Trenton, ami arrive at Philadelphia. in abteaintsoat, next mormog M iu o'ciucu. Fare dollars. P. 8. Passengers are requested to coll and taae uwir seais ai ine cince uiu no. i vuuii' landtpstreet. New - York. United Slates Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington City, with ever) convenience for passengers and burgage, on spring. The U. S. mail coach wilt start from the coach office, old No - 1 Courtlandt - strret, New York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at C o'clock. Only 6 paiseiieen admitted. For seals in tht, above named Lines, apply lo THOS. WHITFIELD, at Ihe old estai.liPhed Coach, Stage and Steam L'aat nflice, at the old No. 1 Courtlandt - sticct, the second olhce from Broadway, New - York i or to A. T. GOOD RICH bi CO. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Ce dar - street. New - York. (K7 - AII goods nnd baggage at the risk of the owner. JOSEPH LYON, SO.VS ii CO. N. B Expresses sent to any pal tof the Con tinent,by THOMAS WHITFIELD, ap 21 1U0T CIjAISE. aarV - asmTarmmtTatTo - - - A fOa; CrlAlSt will leave New - York eve XX ry day (Sunday excepted) at hall past 5 in the morning by way nf Newark, only six passengers admitted, and arrive iu Philadelphia the same evening. Fare through, Sii ' The new Steam Boat Line Experiment, will leave New - York ever dav fSundav exrentedl it half past 2 o'clock, in the Steam Boat Atalan - Sa, and arrive at Philadelitiia the next day at 4 o'clock, by Ihe steam Boat n. Ti. A Iroui unttoi. For Seat in the above lines, apply nt the Post Chaise btage and fctearo uoat umce, I its Broad war, opposite the City Hotel. (tT - All good and baggage at the riique of the owner. JOHN N. CUMMING, Newark. JOHN GULICK & SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON At HOWELL, Philadelphia. A. B. Expresses tent to any part of the Union. ap8 JfORTH Mr ER STEAM BOATS. The Chancellor Living - xu jto(j ea?e ffew.York ifjtf&m mton Saturday, the 28th insl. jfr Adrfrt s i. m There will be a boat leave New York every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at S P. M. and Albany on same days at 9 A. M. until further notice. mn 73 STEAM BOAT FOR SALE. fty" For tale, a well finish; lied & Steam Boat, of small size, with i cabins, nnd calculated to carry convenient ly alKiul sixly passengers Her hull i of the ben timber, and she Is copper bottomed up 10 tbe bends prepared 10 ie put into a line 01 running immediately, sne draw but thirty - two inches of water, and from Ihe advantageous construction ol her machinery, can tie worked at one half the daily expense of steam - bont in general. She will be sold a great bargain, if applied foi shortly. Enquire at No. 48 Wall - street, of nibttKf ISAAC G. OGDEN t CO. SWIFT - SURE MAIL COACHES, FOR mil.ADKLPBIA, ft - r Leave New - York evey morning (Sunday's ex fcepted) at b o'clock, and ar - Crive in Philadelphia next ay to i Tlie I puhlick home are good, and reasonable in I heir charges. 1'he drivers, horses and coaches are not inferior to any others now running between these WO cities. The beautiful rnunlry, and the excellence of the roads on this rout, connected w ith' the safely, comfort, and reasonable exprnces. are beleived to be strong inducements to travellers in giving this line a decided prefer ence. ; The strictest attention will be observed by tbe proprietors in giving general satisfaction. All baggage and packages will go at the risk of the owner unles insured and recuipted for by the clerk of said office. Stage fare only f 5, with a generous allowance ofbnggage. Parties wishing to travel at their leisure, may engage the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, by npplving one day previous to starting. For seat apply at No. 5 Courtlandt - street, New - York. LYON, SONS, ft CO. ap 2 Proprietor. Nkwbokur and cawakhaioua mail - staoK" TURKIC TlJSKB A WEEK. EAVES Newbargh ere - J rv Snndav. Tursdar. and Thursday roorninss. at three o'clock, runs throueh Montgomery, Bloominghurgh, Monticello, hy White Lake, Co'hecton. Mount Pleasant, Great Bend, Chenango Point, Owega, lUiica, had Geneva, toCaoandaigua. Returning leave Canandaicua every Mon day, Wednesday and Friday mornings at three o ciock, ana arrives st rebureti. the third day in time to take the Steam - boat which arrive in New - York the following monunp - . Q3 It may be expected that al all times when the tteam - boats alter thexr days of running, that this line viU alter so at to meet tluem. The whole route will be perfomed in three days, from the first of May, until the first of November and from the first of November until the fifteenth of December, and from tlie fifteenth of March until the first of Mav, in four days and from the 15th December, until the fifteenth of March tlie same line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from tli ence to Caiianelaigua in four day. Passengers travelling from New - York to Canandaigua, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N York in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Canamlaigua in three day a distance of three hundred mile. The line is well furnished with good, new carriage good hone, and caretul and experienced driver. Every atten tion will be paid to render the passage of the traveller ate, easy and expeditious : and it n. believed that tlie accommodation on thi line are equal to any line in the state. (C7 FARE from Neu burgh to Canandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. R. A b - anch of the same line run three time a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Alo, a line rim from Owcgo Tioga IVpint, thence uirouii Newtown ana Tainted Post, to Rath, BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk nf the owner. David Godfrey. Blonmipetargh,') , E. t;. St. JoIm, Mount Pleasant, 1 L. R. Maiming, Cueaapgn, . Proprie' 1 ... Samuel GreealiT,. Geneva, ' Oliver Phelps, Louring, BkhHdCm A sliacaraiBg pethr kaow bow to dUfiMaUfc . wew things that djfiW. w DOCTOR HORNE. rormerf, of the city of ladou, ai ovmber of the. faraliv r7 . .? and aergery there, deem it Li.V,: ty to rr.ai soai,,,,,; awsse of MERCURY 1 U ktA1 1 aVtTi .. a rash, iadiacriuiiaate, and ncu, f ed ue Ikereof, fca,',wt.B Uve of iritmite i - i,;r ' V.;15 - .and nre annually mercurialiiyd out of V ence. Tldisse we have ia viewowe. ii. tal resulU claelf, to thi tource. - What tl " that a young man, the hopes of hi, cowLA1. tlie darUng of nit parent, sboi.lrf k - - .:r7' ' way troia al t: prospecu aod enjoynienUrf.,!: by Hit consequent of one WgwJr3edn0D . and by a din ase not in ix cit, f,hL i from al t! nrospecu anH JT.'O a - which wny proves so troaa neglect or imZl:' treatn.cnl." A gwitlemar, 7late 1 TO uenl) now perfectly hearty and well, 'SSl under phy wian. of geneial practice, .iTrear? iid repeatedly saln at d whea recommenaS? Dr. H. (by a gentleman of this city) UhiU were carious and hi 0V.I1 dnipwn from h 1 hi friend, deciaied be cmd j aotbl?.," ; two month, longer. Thousand. nS?',!' know with what eaae and .afety hru cate the severest cases and cifirms'ther, lulioo. The Doctor', plan (adveXTn." cewary to guard tlie public against the arL . mercury, and other fatal delusions held b? w IVrsom, U,refore, having contracW aT vale iiorder, or siisecUng latent DoisoZ admoniihcdnot to tamiier with liu - W ljl.r lot to tamper with tiuSr ZF tifi:i, kt conceal the disorder, till rV inn nip or ctlier impurities of the blood. .71.1 ca? t'uitiaiiniiM,, ufj itjiMaint or .t tr compiaiul. of a delicate nature i - " ?. comp:aiiits 01 a delicate nature sex. should remember posterity, acj'do juli a eitfitr ic to Dr. H. at Lis old ndSfc8 lishiuiTit, No. 44 Wa1tr - treeL &u7k1: estah - td Old - slip, to obtain that prompt asju, Wtst nine cjucuinieu iu pieveni aiKloture. And h let me claim your eriou attentionlUmenX! a siipeilii lal cure is no cure at all ; unless theU lim m is radically dou, you will cirtainl 1... - lU disorder r - rcak out egain with rclouij lir'inty, at some futurn period ; erhapt J .rii be too late for n aiedy. liou't you oftea meet u the trccls miserable, mutilated beings withon even u bit ol nose on tiir face ? Take waruine I beseech vou. lr. K"'y I . Il's. rhaiarltr for (kill nod stulbora int. beui? ct.ivuisally known in thiscily. i,nc. 181)4, guarantee to patient that dtlira, , . crecy hitherto uuknown, and having couined his practice foi year past, exclusively to the care of ilitcaies of the blood sygUoi. thy may safeJy eaL eulate on tlie. most deckled advantaees is im. sultingDr.H. 8 Gleet eradicated in I wt or three weeks. - . Stricture removed witbou - bougie or ary other instrument ; and all debilities: likewise ab old ulcerations, tistula's Ai. . . . A plurality of ooict are proeii'ed, and so sit - iitcd that patients are not exposed toeach other obervaUon. Open till half past 9 in the evening. AI! personi coucerned are invited to he free 11 1 ailing, ami speaking with Dr. H. which is ir ' of cot. And liere the Doctor cannot avoiJ (h expression of gratitude for innumerable recommendations and for the decided preference (it i. presumed with jt cause) long given him by ludicious public. s N. B. All letter mut be pott paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 I if ErlH EH liUAt A t.Hy fiOJi JMPOSI - nojf. DR. EVANS' supenar method of curing a certain Disease, is now universally acknowledged in this city : his mode of treatment i perfectly mild. sale. . peditinus. and bitcharg - reasonable. In every 11. - atanre be warrant a cure. and will return the pay if h doe not perforin agreeable jtfr 10 contract. iiisiuiunvi wnaji uoserveq. There are many persons in this city and its vi cinity, laboring under various chronic diseases, sucn a cancers, 01a inveterate Ulcers, acrofoJ or king evil, fistula, disease of th urethra, bladder end kidnies, old complicated complaiM fa certain nature, bilious and other obstruc lions rheumatism, Ac. which they consider incurable, they can certainly he cured (in general) by applyincatDr. EVANS'S Medical Store, Na, 9. Peck - shp, having practised in extehriv hospitals in Europe 12 year, unrfrr tome of th first Surgeons and Physician in the world, and made tliose obstinate diseases hi constant stody for 30 years. Oct 12 fT? The subscriber havin rerentlv returned from England with an important improvement oa the artificial spring - LEG. he takes thi method of informing his fi lends and the public, that all those who are ro unfortunate a. to be In want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by ap plying at fto. 77 Barclay - ttrett, New - York. Jan 22 WM. PURVIS. ffc - WH EATON k DA r IS, Fancy Chair Manufac turers. No. 153 Falton - strcet, opposite St. Paul Church oiler for .ale, wholesale and retail, a large nnd elegnnt assortment uf Curld Maple, plain painted and ornament ed in gold h h roe re. Bamboo, Plain and Cill Balls, Rocking, Sewing, aod Conversation Chair. Sofas. Settees Loungecs, Music Stools fcc. - 1 urders irom any part or the continent execatea with neatness and dispatch. Via Chair repaired, painted and ornamented, mh 9 ffEW DkESSISG ROOM. AFRUME.STO, iNo. I Wnll - street J . turned from llalr. bas the honour te uuoras tlie gentlemen, that be cuts and dresses hair ia . the latest .tyle, and in a marner o a to adop it to the phisiognomy. He bat for ale aqoantf ( ty of RAZORS of the first quality, if If d not please on trial, tne purchaser aie av ' to return them, and receive the money. He ba likewite procured a very tine hone, nadenrsge to irstore ratnrs lo a vy keen edge aad sliouia tliey not cut he will receive no tecompence. Those gentlemen who mav please to honor mm with their patronage, ruay depend oatlie ln0,, particnlnr and respectful attendance. ' N. B. Gentlemen who subscribe bylbetpi.r - tcr will have thtir razors Ac. kept exclusively for themselves. ' . , P. S. A good journfymaa watted. APT'J a above. , mhfiM FOH SALE, . THF. CIRCULATING LIBRARY, 13fFl; JL ton - rtnet, nenr Broadway, consisting ol aa cxteoive and choice collection of bistort, ra vels voyases biography, roeianc, h', tales p!iJS reviews, mnB.orinesC , Catalogue may be examined at the librry whirh t open tor ubcriber, at usual. mh4tf NEW - YORK : FRIXTED .I.VD PCBLISUEI. XlCnAEL BUP.XHAM k CO. ' No. 42 Pir - TR:rr. a

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