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.0rTr7JlTTr - KTr TrTVTrm V : NUMBER' 4952 TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1818. no. 49 William - street. L;,htooie' 'manufactured nn keg, now landiog from un JUM" - - ves - qualities and lllU HI" " ShtlU William, 8 hands 2 Miller Co. . 8 deOoorg. Fletcher, 8 ,M dWohn Enders, ' 2 1.2,3 1,2,3 1,2 1 1 1,2 1 , l,t Dl w - j. lau Hare B lo 8 I JO doR. Hughes & Co. 6J Jo R CaBlor, 45 Jo F. O. Crenthaw, 21 doR. Pullon, 87 doJ.&r Labbj, 8 8 8 12 8. L ladv 1,2 1,2 1, 3 2 - twist 8,haH"lb .rolls CI do M.Biarr, , . ' . known and Mostol ineauoc . .u:. .rbi. on account . . i hMKiH Bra writ n tof tbe umti bert For sale ry an . - 38 Front - street 7J SALE. A FIRST rate fast trotting Horse, and a EuliJ ionable Gig, but little tted. - Alo. a lictit neat one horse wagfjon. Ap - olvto THOMAS 11. THOMAS, v p ja . 10 William - street. N - A NkELNS, ic 2000 piece long yellow Nankeen J , , 1500 do blue aankeen entitled to debenture 5 bale Bafta, landing, an Jg ' - non i ' " Sli South - street.' DRY GOODS. . rANCY data Call - 1 Maraeillea Wuiltinet, roval ril.b Superfine cakcoei and chintzes " i 4 4, 9 - , 6 4 cambnc muslins ' Cr.mbric jaconet Plain tamhor'd tewed mulls Plain a:id lorubor'd book muslin 3 - 4, 4 4 and 6 - 4 cam - brie giiwhiioii Black and col'd cam - . brki Velreti and cord, bea - jvergloref . FaocT crarati, twilled dJ plain Madraw hdkfi, pint Hair cord camhrici, cotton balli White & col'd tbreadt Silk,' kid, and cotton clorei Silk hote, lilk floren - tii.ea i Black bomhazeent Florence lilk, ribboni, ;alloon Fiorencet, plain and figured Virginia atiot, plaid luitrinea Krin'd blark lilk likft Velvet hindings tape, bobbtnt Furniture calicoea, and cbintzet 4 - 4,9 8, C - 4,7 - 4 and 8 - 4 printed cambric hawla 7 - 4 4c 8 - 4 imitation do. 8 - 4 cattioiere do. Bandanno, longne and itfteraor hdkfi. Pocket bdkn. white and printed Hair cord and cambric White and printed tat - eent Cation brown bollandi Swnoiilown, toitaeetta, ; ailkttripet Cotton and woitled ho tierv Irnh lineni i iheetingt iiuttoni, bed tickt Fine and tupertiiie cat' limerri Yoikoliire fine and,tu - pertiue clothi London do tU 4 Superfine ladiet clothi Bombazetta, ratinetta lmierial cords, vigo - nia c.uiiiucrc" Stock ine tu, plain and noo'a Flannels, baizes FerretlB, worsted bindings Shirt buttons, cotton lace Tar is nclts and souffle gaute Black and white thullr lace Leno snawls, Eitopil - lat Sewing silk, assorted colors . Linen camhrici Table cloths, 6 - 4,'7 - 4 It 8 - 4 Diapers Furniture Diwiiies Fancy Leno, k figured Muslins , Cam brio Trimmings, 4r Flounces Seersucker Ginghauit Romnll Hdkls. Silk Check liinghama 2 ii 'i col'd Cambric garments Oil Cloths Brown Linens Merino Shawls Cotton handannoes 9 - 8 col'd strip'd jaconet ts Jeaai, cotton caniroere striped Florentine Black ' do Aladapollnm and steam .loom thirtioi;i India muslins. Ire. &C. Received by the late arrivals and Tor sale by II t''t'DTV 4. illTl'U nnMMSi ft nvsftv.4, mh 24 dc?m ' - 167 I'earl - itreet. WHITK Lk.l), AQUA FUKTlb, Hu 10 tons Dry While Lead 2 tost While Lead in oil, in 28 and 56 lb kegt 5 do Keperior Red Lead Sheet Lead, 4 and Sib ; yellow Black Paints Paris White and Spanish Brown Ytllow Ochre, Venetian Red. ALSO ON WARD, 9 ftiet best London Aqua Fortis, ground llonperi . . . I case Oil of Vitriol ; 1 cue Spirits of Salt foriaJebr ATKINSONS KLEMIXG, ap20 2w No. 107 Pearl street ISO Cases gentlemen's beavers, 1st quality I'M do do do 2d do iua do 110 do 200 do 250 do 60 do 30 do For sale by men's castors . do do do rorams do ft hoys wool ladies hats morocco capt 1st 24 do do W HITE, B ROTIIF.R3 & CO. At thtr onfy Hat Ware - home, 71 Liberty - st i apS3 1w . ' T - ENI UCKT TOII.CCO - lj hhds. 7 M.m. wnicn are oia ana 6 new. of superior - ... - l!... 1 .... .1 ' r . i . .... ' imiuinjj iromine Dng iiite - ()j)c, t boutli - ttreet, near Burlinjr - tlii, for sale by 15AAU F. ROE, ap 23 Iw ga V;urrValirf J blierry Wme, inst received, and for sale br BOOKMAN ii JOIJNSTO.'V, - ng 57 South - strert. BOAKDIAiU. 4 Fyri'5enUemen r" be arcnmmnd.it. d tfc. with Board, in a private family, in a plea M ,iart.of Uw city of Jersey. . Lmjuire at Ibis wee - . ' ny i i in TRKS ISLAND SALT. - 2X) hu - hels briM Turks Island Si.lt, forsnle ha .... ' Tl'CKKil 0. LAUKIK3, V"l 29 Soylh !.. A" TALLOW K HIUKS. t fcW tnooHtnd pounds New - York Callow, acd 2000SIoBWred Hides, for sale, kll'lf ' T' 0,B,0'NS' Kljr - Marlwt. H iU;? Sk''N ThA ifOalON llDiki.Air. Sil,U' Wotbwr'n frh Skin Tea, Kh - jat4 King tun choj, now laading at Oid - """t t BarUng - slip. . IN STORE, 'uwpes Domestic 4U proof Imitation bran - '.fT'alitT. i ,,n,fl M Croia Rum Wrolt,PK..t., Lead, g,MAl sires 1' J""rr Berries n7 . ' ran w tote, for mIc br T - 2ivl CORNS. DUBOIS. t sale by CHS. L. OG 6 EN, and p AUii. IMillKfl,. a? . asnis) rrm - freei. I hi - 1 v I j ....... . . . . .o!. ,r,ma tohacco M ??,B7r rp do do J?hbUfin,flar MT Vzs MHJRON k CIXEMAN, So. 72 Wa9bir.gtoa - t. nKCTIFlED - RUM. 20hhdr just ree'd II lor tale Dy jas. irnui,r, Junr. - ap 23 ; - 57 Front - itreet. HUslf.HY, t'LAAAtL, fiAStUe. , MEN'S and women's cotton stockings . A few bales superfine white flannel, very , , wide ;' '' . - "i . do do red and yellow do Berlin and military cords Green table covers, different sizes i " ' Best London plus, 3 1 - 2, 4, 4 1 - 2, 6 mixt pins, ; 1 - 4, 1 - 2andllb ' .. ; - Mourning pins and short whites ' ' White chapel needles, assorted , Brass wire No. 24 aud 25 . . ,, ! Card wire No. 27 and 32 . Hooks aud eyes. Thimbles Also on hand, English looking class plate, nnsilvered For sale by ATKINSONS it FLF.MING,' ap 20 3w - ' 167 Pearl - st. . A1S1NS, TIN PLATE Ac 65 kegs fresh Malaga Raitiut ( , 270 boxes Tin plate l - 3d IX 40 dox. American Scythe, approved brands ' 84 bundle, sugar loafpaper 44 reams blue wrapping Paper ' 1 box Jin foil assorted - 49 bbis. ground Cam ood 5 bales Liquorice root i . 4 boxes screw Augur' ': ! 200 bags Juniper berries, for sale by . ROGERS 4 POST, ap2l 6t - J OHN ABRM. WILLlNK. U CO. oiler for sale i . - .)." i. 35 cases sanerior Benzal Indiero Several casks tuialts, particularly desirable for bleachers and paer makers , . . ' 4 casks hardware A few bales cassiruerei and shalloon's, shawl. ap20 SUGAR. - 173 - hhds New OYUaus sugar, , landing this day at Pine - street wharf, from brig IJ ope, lor sale by GRI8WOI.;S V COATES,or RIPLEY, CENTER CO. ap7 , 6BSouth - rt, i AUtiAS It lKFs 6 cases Madras brikfs, iVJL handsome pattern, and entitled to deben ture, just ree'd, and for sale by ' ap 17 U. BETHUNE ft CO. I EG HORN HATo. 1 case, from No. 20 to 1J 50, lor ial by A. D. DURAN'D Si BOURDEL, ep 22 30 Pine - street. LlfE imUkAACK. &c. , !T7The LINTON INSURANCE COMPANY, incorporated by the Legislative of the Slate ef Arte tork, with a charter ol unlimited duration, for making LIFE INSURANCES and granting ANNUITIES, will commence busiuesson the first day of fay next, at no. 56 Wall - street The more prominent object embraced by this company, (although they arc prepared to enter on favorablo terms into all contracts in any shape connected with the views of their institution,) arc as follows i 7b A laboring clast of the community, to Mechanic, to L'Urlu tn nMc and pnrate cjfices, to VUrgymm, to Pmfeutt in Cullrgtt, to.JHdilary men, and all others possrsM'd oi fixed incomes, which will terminate with their own lives, they offer a secure means of providing for their fami lies, by setting apart a small portion of their annual savings to that purpose. - To eaptlaluti, they offer the rale investment and certain improvement of their surplus in come to the benefit of their descendants. To married men, they offer a provision to their widow, by an appropriation to that purpose of small annual sums, during tbe continuance or the marriage, and on the same principle they offer to the assignees of bankrupt estates, and the purchasers of property, subject to the right of dower, a mode of extinguishing that claim, by giving an equivalent for the surrender of tbe rights ol tbe wife. . To parents, they present a mode of endowing their infant children, affording to them, if they reach a certain age, a much larger sum compared with the original premium, than can be acquired by any mode of accumulation at interest. To sinWe persons, who may have uo heirs, they offer the means of greatly increasing their annual income through the purchase of hie an nuities. To young people, of active employment, whose exertions and earnings must diminish with their increasing years, they offer a support for the de cline of life, by payments of comparatively small amount, while their season of industry shall con tinue. - The Company has provided Tables calcu lated upon truo principles from the most correct data, which at the same time combine the safety of the otTicc, and the interest of the customer Of the results of these Tables some specimens are subjoined, from which the advantages to the holders of Contracts with them may be estimated. A healthy person, of the age of twenty - seven years, by an annual payment of Two 97 - 100 dollars during hi life, may secure to his heirs the uin of One Hundred Dotitrs, or a larger amount by a proportionate preaiiiim. y A Husband, aged thirty, n lioe wife's age is twenty - live, may, by the annual payment ol 7iro30 - 100 Dollai, while both lire, secure to his widow the rum of One Hundred Dollars, which the company will exchange for an equivalent annuity, if required. At the age of fifty an annuity lor the remainder of the lilc may be bought for about ten and a quarter jftar's purchase, or at the rate of nine iitd 3 - 4 per cent ou the sum invested. A father may, by tho payment of one nun - irri dollars at the birth of a child, secure to that cliilJ, when it shall reach the age of twenty - one rears, the sum of sir hundred and forty - one dollar: from the age of lircnlu - ane, an annual pay ment of tleren, 18 - 100 Dollars till the age of rVty, will secure to ihe party an annuity of One Hundred Dollars tor the residue of bis or her life. If a person holding a Policy of Life Insurance for any period beyond one yer should feel desi roos to relinquish it, the company will be ready at all times to treat for a re - purchase. An ade . uite portion of the Crilal of this Com - pony is set opart by charter, and may be increased, f occasion require, for Ihe purpise of Lye Insurance and JtmitUitt, and sn - urtd ufton real Estate within the slate of A'ev - York, of the value y at least .sly per ctrtflAore the amount loaned. Tilt Capital thus set ojiirt and secured, together ictlhUic Bccuwulaliti vf premium, can be made liable fur no other lours of the LislUution than tliote anting from its Lift Poiiries and annuities, thus tjl'ordin; to Uie Customer Ihe most, subsliudial security. V ritten application for insurance and annu ities, statin tho name, n;e and place of birth and residence of the party will be received and aarwerspiven preparatory to opcuicg policies on thedfcy ntvive named. bA.MUr.w A - U(vtiKt;t, irestdeni. JAMES REN WICK, Actuary, ap II D&Clm PLASTER OF PARIS MANUFACTORY, At the foot of Hirnsoi - treet, North - River, I TtT HERE manufactured Plaster, foreorni - V y . and ether purroen. raav be had. war ranted of the first quality, at one dollar and heen - 'y Jire ecnitper tnisnet. 'Itie manufnrktrr ii condocted by Mr. John Taclrer, who has served a regvlar apprenticeship to the mason beiiotit. tnbZl JOHN glLKej. I Efi WW Oil PAPER, Ic 1UU tr. caurscolmeaarwiue ' 1 130 qr casks and 500 half do dry Malaga do i 5 do and 14 half do wet Malaga i 150 boxes Florence oil,' IS bottles each ! 40 bales Italian writing paper, Foolscap and i 50 do printing do i ' ..' . letter ! 14 hhds English glassware, consisting ot wines and tumbler assorted 100 boxes auchoviea aad 50 doo live t box French kid glorea 1 do ostrich feathers, very rich ' . 1 do engravings ' ' 9 cases felt hats, 1 do chip do 40 bale Italian rags, 500 marble mortars ,23 case marble slabs, veined and statuary, . assorted size .' , 5 boxes Naples sharing soap 1 do watch glasses 3 case manna in flake tOO bale Calcutta good, confiding of Baftas, putkab aud callipatty coesahs Chadpore, chomocolly Johanna, luckipore and soogapore , Bannabs, jullapore and mow . . Checks, white, red and blue gillahs Madras pattern do Sootee and froctsoy ro'mals, for sale by . t CH AS. L. OGDEN, and ABRM. OGDEN, , men 6 Washington - it, MUSKETS, FOWLING PIECES, ic. FOUR - rHOUSANlJ MUSKETS, and two boxes fowling pieces, entitltd to debenture. 4 boxes well assorted glassware 3 reroons (lot ant Indigo, and A few pieces super6ne Cloth, for aV by . .. J. C. ZIMMERMAN, ap7trn 72 Wainingtun - street. ITOU K Hundred Ions first quality Nova 6eo - . tia Plaster for sale iu lots to suit purchasersApply to WALTER NOCSON, 174 Front - it. corner of Burling - slip, or to JOHN UlfcKS, toot ol liarri&on - st. inch 17 North River, IR4NCI M'GOWAN. No. 12b Fly Mar Jf ket. sensible of the very liberal encourage ment he ha received tlnre his commencement in business, aud feeling confident that no exertion on his Dart shall he wanting to merit a contin uance, informs his friends and the public that no pains m rxpence has been avoided to obtain a stock of the best liquor of every description, which can be dciended on lor their punty. Havinc made arr .increments, whtlfe at Charles ton, for a constant supply of GREEN TURTLE in their season, he will be enabled to furnish soup of an excellent duality. A book will be opened for subscriber to an ORDINARY, to be on the table every day at a stnltd hour. Rooms, (br private parties.' at a short notice. N. B. Souu, Href - Steaks, Oysters, Mutton Chops and Relishes at all times. ap 'i i SELECT BOA RUING SCHOOL. T Ml ERE are at present five vacancies in the Hevd. WILLIAM POWELL'S School, in Phiiipsburh, Yonkcrs, West - Chester County. His system of education is such as to enable him to iuaiify young gentleman for College or the Counting House within a reasonable time. His school i select, the numtier ol rupils limited, and the treatment of the most liberal kine). The followinz branches of useful and polite li - (rrature are taught, via . Greek, History, Composition! Writing, A ht luue tic. Latin, French, hnji.nh Grammar, Ueograpny, Mathematics, &c. It is presumed that few Institutions of the kind can nffcr greater advantages, whether they regard instruction in general literature, in moral and religious principles, or in correct and gentlemanly deportment.. The Parsonage in which the Pupils are accommodated, is commodious, retired and pleasantly situated. Its distance from New York is about seventeen miles : to which there n always a direct and easy rommunica - tioj. For further particular application may dp made to Hishnp Hobart Dr. Wilson, Columbia T. S. Clarkaon, Esq. C M'Evers, Esq. Wm.'jyard.jun. Esq. A. Scbermerbbrn, Esq. nlC2m6w College C. I) Colden, Esq. T. A. F.minet, Esq. p?J $20 REWARD IOST, at the Coffee - house slip, a red moroc - 4 co pocket - book, containing about $130 in New - York paper; $35 Slate Bank of North Carolina, aud a few notrs of hand on gentlemen in Virginia. The above reward, with the thanks of the owner, shall he paid to any person leaving the book and contents at No. 88 Uuane - slreet, ap 85 3t irrm J - 'Oi SALK, 4ifj (Or exchanged for property in this city) 7A neat country House in the vicinity of Elisabeth town, (N.J.) beautifully situated on the I'ost - road ; at present in the occupation of Duct Grant. It contain tight rooms with a piazza in front and rear, a good kitchen, wash' house, milk - room, andxellcr i there i also, a coach - house, stable for two horses, and other convenient out buildintrs;, all in trood repair, about an acre of land, laid out in a handsome garden and orchard, which a (lord a variety of choice fruit, asparagus, &c. and a well ot ex eellent water, with a rood pump. Term will be made liberal. Aoulv to JACKSON & WOOLLEY, ap25 1m 75 Wall - street. OkJS'THKL hJAHUl.U. FRANKLIN HOUSE. Thi new, spacious and splendid lluilding, situated in Broad way, the great and fashionable street dividing the centre of the city, at the comer of Dey at will be opened by the subscriber on the 1st oil May next, lor the reception ot boarder. It is fitted, and will be furnished in a man ner not surpassed, for convenience and ele gance, by any privatedwelling in the city. It occupies the most eligible situation, being central, in view ot the f ark and Uity - ilall ; the upper apartments overlooking the whole town, commanding1 a view of the adjacent country for a circumterence of 50 miles, including Die Hook, the Narrows, and the Harbour ; and it is believed that no House in the country ex. cells it, either for el?gance of structure or sit uation : and no expt nse having been spar ed by the owner to make it complete for the purpose, in every renpect, it will offer to ladies and irentlcmeii, and families visiting the city, the moat rented, pleasant and retired a. part men's. The choicest of Wineand Liquors will be furnished, and no trouble nr expense will be spared, to maketbe entertainment pl sant, rare and excellent. This establishment it intended exclusively for Genteel Hoarding Mil. Ilb.UllSUiM. fehll D&Ctf BOARD WANTED. TWO young gentlemen, are desirous of pro - coring permanent board in a genteel private family, wliere there are do boaders, rr not exceeding two or three. A line addressed lo t E. C. I. aad lelt at this oQice, will meet with at tention, ap in ORAAGK WORKS OL ft POWDER. TH E subscriber has constantly for sale, powder from the ahovenamed manufactory, the qnalit) of which meets the decided approba tioo of judge of the article. JAIUI u vrui,r, jr. ap 13 57 I joot - st. Valuable property. For sale, the Dover Iron Mannfurlurin. Establishment, la the count f Mnrria. itml atstr ofNew - Jersoy i consisting of a rolling and slit, ting Mill, in good reair, which work two pair of roller and cutlers, shears, &c. all at the same time t a valuable forge with two fires and one hammer in pood repair ; a stock of conl and ore on hand, sufficient lo make fifty ton of iron 7 a good saw mill ; acut nail factory in good repair, sufficient to employ thirty men, and may be extended to employ one hundred more ; a brad cutting machine and a steel furnMe in good repair; convenient to the works is a store and a number of houses for the accommodation of families, aud excellent stabling for team that may be necessary to keep for the use of tbe establishment ; also, orchards, pailure and meadow lots, immediately adjoining the works, with timber land in any quantity, not exceeding two thousand live hundred acre, within three miles of said works. ; Thej;reat vein of iron ore, commencing at the noted euckasuniry mine, runs more than 2 milts through thi tract, and three mines are now open, iVom which the forges are supplied with ore, and more may l opened and ore raised to supply worxi to any extent ; tbe mine are within two mile of said wks, anil good road, so that the ore can be raised and delivered at the forge at two and a half dollars per ton. The above described works are situated on Rocaaway River, about eight mile from Mor - ristown, twenty five miles from Elisabeth Town, and about the same distance from Newark, with good turnpike roads reading from (aid works to each place, in a pleasant healthy situation, and in a eood neiehhorhood. there heinr two l'resbv - terian Churches within tour miles, and a friends' meeting house within two miles of said place. - Thi stand for collecting bar iron for the slitting mill i very commanding, then being nearly one hundred foige fire in the county; most ol them are on the streams above. Dover, and the iron, in going to New - York market, ran conveniently pass those work. At this mill frequently four tons ol bar iron have been slit and bundled into nail and spike rod in a day. and upward of one Hundred tuns o( onus have been made in a year. A large amount of goods may be told at thi place in exchange for bar iron.procuring sup plies, tic. kc. There are valuable scites both a bove fit below on this tree t, on w hicti more works may be erected. ' ALSO. That valuable well known farm, lying in the township of Randolph, about two mile from Dover, and six miles from Morristown, and within one quarter ol a mileol the Union turnpike road, near Pleasant valley, called the Distillery t arm, containing about three hundred acres, about one fourth part ol which is excellent meadow, one lourth part plough and pasture land, and the re mainder iimoer. a consioeranie pan oi me timber is of the original growth, aud is suitable loi sawing, the other part it thrifty young timber. from fifteen to twenty years rrowtn. There are on said farm upwanhiot six hundred apple trees, in fine - order, eight to sixteen years old, the most ot them of graded fruit, and more than ball' oi Ihein Hariron applet, o famous lor cider. The meadows are flat and free from stone, through which runs two lively streams ol water, and near ly the whole may be watered. One of these strenrai is sufficient for a trrist - mill or oilier w6rk ; there are taw mills, a enst - mill, a. ful ling mill and oil mill, on the same stream. On said farm are two valuable Kites for waterworks, a convenient cheno dace to erect a short dam, nd raise a coiitincrahlepond, with twelve or filleen feet head. ' Below this the water can be taken into a race, and in less than twenty chains, oa good firm ground, is more than twenty reel inn. la urn way uw water can d worxeu twice over with the expense of only one dam. ti im :a r. . : :.).. : 11 with four presses aud cisterns, housed aad well I iiciq i, wu ioiu mm mt vjhiciisiTV xiucr Him hooped with iron, sufficient to hold twelve nun dred barrels of eider. Connected to the cider works it the still.fiouae, so conveniently situated that the whole operation is completed without pumping, I ne water lor condensing the spirits is supplied from a never failing spriruc, within six roils of the still house, and has sufficient head to run into ine cisterns, ine buildings consist ol two sman irame aweiururs, one cooa irame nam. 54 feet long by 26 feet wide, under a part of which is a eood cellar I there are also fiav house. cow sheds, Sic. Al.SU, Valuable orooertvat Lonarwood. in the town ship of Jeflerson, six mile from Dover, on the nutin branch of Kockaway River, consisting of a very valuable forge, with two fires and otic hammer ; abundance of water the whole year, a large pond, and a very warm situation, and for fifteen years past hat made ai much iron ai any two firei in the county. The ore is within four miles, and a part of the road turnpiked. The several tracts connected with this establishment amount alto gel her to about fourteen hundrcd'acree, the great er pan iimoer, romaae a aurame supply oi coal for the forge. Immediately adjoining the forge is very valuable plow and meadow land sufficient fo tnree farms of one hundred acres each, with houses, orchard and haras, beside several good dwellings for the families that may be employed in working the forge. The whole or any part of Hi is very valuable property will be sold at such prices and credit as will make it worthy the attention ol any person wishing to put chase. For further information enquire of JACOB tOSEY, at Dover. ISRAEL CAMFIELD, at Morristown. BLACK WELL at M' ARLAN, at N. York feh 36 DACtf COLUMBIA.N 1'IC'IUKE i.ALLEKY, 146 rCl.TOW - ITRXXT, (Ross's Buildings, near Broadway.) To connoisseurs and amateurs of Uie Fine Arts, and to the enlightened publico' New - York. T'HE proprietor of an extensive collection of pictures, th work of the most eminent pninters, having just arrived from Europe, where lie has piirchati - d them from the cabinets of Rome, Naples, Florence. Paris, Amsterdam and London, nt a very considerable en pence, proposes lo exhibit them to thn ladies ami renOenien of this city and its vicinity. The exhibition will begin on Thursday, 16th nf April. It will he far superior to anv as yet offered in the U. States, Oh; pictures being undoubtedly original consist ing ol upwards ol iW pictures, by the best masters. Admission 50 cent each, or one dollar per month. Hours from 10 in the nvirnin; to seven in the evening. Catalogue may be had at the uailery. rfEH TO LET. VjU The (tore 61 Fulton - street. Enquire on the piertnses up 4 aw JO LET, 1 From the first of May neat, a front count ing room on the second floor, together with the upper toil, enqnire no. lot rcati street. jn2t tf tjr TO BE SOLD 4jj At public vendue, on tbe? premises, oa Monday, the fourth day of May, (if not previously dinted of at private sale) the farm whereon the subscriber now reside situate in New - Ro - chelle containing about sixty ac re of excellent land remarkably well wooded and water. ed a tolerable good "house and barn thereon within hall a mile of a Methodist and Baptist Meeting, An Episcopal Church, an Academy and Presnyterian Meeting ore and a half miles from a public landinr. where market loat i!y weekly to and fnm New - York Pott Office within a mile. It it a desirable situation for the genlh - nien and farmer. Any fertherdesciiptinn is deitued unnecessary, as none w ill Iwy without iewing. For lurtber information enquire of ELIJAH WARD, No. S5Bwery, Or the tubscriher, on the premises i who will rive an indispttable title for the same. THOMAS R1CIIE. New - Rochelle, April 23, Il'lS. npSMOt BOA RD & LODGING. Three or tour Gen - tlcmen, can be jr nteelly accommotla'.ed with permanent Board and lging - , or board without lodcinj on reasonable terms, at No. 160 BroaeVray. a? ?5 6t STORE TO LET. The fire proof store in (iovrtneurs - lane, between Water and Fronttreet, from 1st May next. Apply to TUCKER k LA CRIES, mh 31 29 South - atreet. TO LET, The GLOBE TAVERN. No. 143 Wa - tr - treet. The situation of this boose, and its accommodations, justly rentier it an object well worth the a ttantion of any person desirous af keeping a lucrative public house. It will be lot, furnished or unfurnished, and immediate possession given. Apply at No 137 Water - street. mh 17 tf 1 OR SALE, ajjAi. raopEHTT if thi cit o isaw - toax. if"l A BRICK HOUSE and Lot No. II UliiJ Bowrrv STAkl.Rin , er with the LOT, 44 lect Iront, 42 feet rear, and 125 lect on each side. uHOUSE and LOT No. 37 Vesey - .treet ; and iiume mm no. vesey - sireel. A BOND and MORTGAGE for 1200 dollars, do and do for 750 do do and do for 450 do On valuable rjroDertv ia the ritv ofa'w.Vnrk The interest has always been punctually paid. For particular inquiie at the office of STEPHEN P. LAMOINE, deelOtf No. 7 Wall - street, ttLSllJ LACK at VHK&SHICU, To he let. the house and (rounds fronting on Greenwich Lane, belonging to the estate of ine late eamuei miiiigan, and at present occu pied by Mr. David Ely. For particular enquire of JOHN M'KEE. lumber merchant, foot of N. Moore - street, er of ret nnvvia' ' ii n - - 1 - m ' j . r n - i.nui.r., mine lioiiK oiiscw - lork. feb28tf V'fl I.M'l' sirwsl Tlie spacious 4 story fire proof store at Ine loot of Liberty - street, lately occupied by Messrs. J. Murray V Sons. 1'oasession to be given on the first May next For terms, apply to MAJUK & GILLESPIE, ap 9 "9 (up stairs) Fine - street. JO LEi The house in Htulaon - equare, lately occupied by John It. Murray, Esq. It i spa cious ana elegant, and possessed ol every re quiaite convenience. Possession may be bad immediklely For terms, apply to MAJOR & GILLESPIE, 79 (up ttairs) Fine - ttrret K. R. The above property w ill be told to any one desirous to purchase, and the pay ment made convenient. ap 9 ran sall, oh jo lej. A laise two story, House ai d about 10 acies ol land, nelween the 0 and 7 mile stones. BloominEduie Road. For particulars enauire of NICKS. DePEYHTER. ap 1 1 1m Near the Premise. H. 111 vk' 'I It 111.' 1 L 'I' knsil Situated about 2 3 - 4 miles f rom the City - Hull, on the old i km t - road, aud adjoining the house of G. & R. Wnite. Th bouse is a neatly finished one, and tit for a small family; has a kitchen and cellar, 2 parlors, 3 bed - rooms, and 2 good ceiled garrets. There is a small garden, and a stable fit for a horse and gig. Inquire next door to the premises, or at 54 Maiden - lane ap 13 'V tor emit or to Let, Vj.ll The home and ground of the subsc riber atUioemincdale, near the S mile stone, situated on Ihe banks of the North River. The House is modern built, 50 feet front witk terraced pinnns ana convenient out nouses, an recently painien, and in complete order. The grounds are highly cultivated, tbe garden extensive and good and there are oa the place a great variety or shrubs, fruit and forest tree, nnd a pump of excellent water, t or terms, which Will lie reasonable. apply to . A. L, A w it fc UK, ap I im B7 rine - slreer. t OHSALEGR TO LET, At a low rent, and possession given imme diately, the large and elegant 3 story brick house No. 104 Green wicb - slreet, replete with every convenience for a large family, situate in one of the most healthy and pleasant parts of the city i and being open lo Washington - street, commands line view of the tludtoa Hiver and Jersey shore. If sold, the terms will be Very easy, as most of the money may remain on mortgage for 10 or 13 years Apply al o. YSl or 142 rear). street. ap 16 OVO LET, The House No. 70 Broad - street, with the ollice, store - house, and (table contiguous, and appertaining thereto. iu L.r.irr., For a term of years, in lots or parcels, thai part of Rose Hillntuate on the td, 3d, and 4th avenues, on tbe 53.1, 24th, 25th, 26th, 27Ui, 2Kth, and 29th streets, which belongs to Mrs. Ann Roger. For particular apply to JAIVIK.9 A. HAItlll - IU.V, mh 13 tf No. 3 Law Built inc. OPOH SALE, The two - story brick front House and Lot No. S3 Cherry - street For terms, tic. apply at 76 Pearl - street. mar 3 STf. JO LtA a., fur term of years, Uflll The house and lot No. SO Cedar street. containing six room with fire place, beside the kitchen, pantiles, vaults, ax. ana a wen oi good water. Forsnle, the unexpired term, eleven years, of the ot No. 69 Murray - street, in the occupatioa of William Patterson, on lease from the Episco pal Church du bt. Lspnt. Imiuire oi j. vv. Je w. i. muiji.iuA., frb25dtf No. 44 I'ine - street. VO LET, A convenient two story house, pleasant Iv situated io Charles - street, Greenwich a desi rahle residence for a cartman or mechanic iet low. For partkular caquire at No 59 Murray - . street. - rra To LET, iincS The stores and cellar room of those three storv houses No. 10 and 12 Bruad - Hreet. Alan, a good house at Greenwich, and one si fln'lrni, with two and a half arret nf ground, near Manhaltaaville. Apply at 55 rtrondwsy, or to CHAS. OAKLEY, p2tf 141 r ronl - street 'JO LET, Tbe followina Houses, viz: l lw: house No. 9f John - street Tl house No. 97 do The home and store No 3)5 Pearl - street The house and store No Ml Cberrj - trret JAJ1LS W. BIIA", frh ? 1 No. 5 llnwerr. m JOLeT, fire proof dwelling Houses, j I strLet, about ten arii.ules iUil Those two walls from the Coffee House. 'I h - y w;ll be t in complete repair. well ri,lch,'ed lor gen leel families. Apply at .o. i - tT0i - .l.,. mh 1 1 If LlTki THE subscriber tskes this method lo is - f.x m lb nuldic that he has taken for Uie en - u - ing season that Well known stand formerly ocro - jiied by Dyda, about five nulus from the City tiail. on trie Doston rua i, ai.ii uiienui u open u as a public hon for Um reception of company, on the Crst of May next, when getlemeoj and la dies will be acroBimo.la'.ed with every comfort an - t elegance to te rxprrtei at such a bouse, on tbe most reasonable term. The best of liquor of every rcrt will be al - wars kept ready EZRA CALDWELL. Tf . B. Wsntd Saod womrm rt,e. ar 2 Ins I ' Encinear Deoartniesit. ) Washington, fclii April, 18)8.1 05" Proposals will be received at thi De - pail ment, until first August, next, to fnrniih by contract From rme to six millions of brick From one lo two millions of cubic feet of bui! - ' ding stone , - t mm ten thousand to fifty tbooiand buihslsof tone lime. ... To be delivered in good order at Mobile, Lake Pontchartrain, River Mississippi, and Lake Ba - raUria the time when the first delivery can be made, and the uuantity which can be delivetert in each month succeeding Ihe first deliver), must . be stated with tbe terms. , Proposals will also he received for from fifty to one hundred carpenters; lor frem one hundred to one hundred end oily mason) wxl from two hundred to three hundred laborers, to proceed to Mobile and Louisiana, to construct huihlinxs of varioas descripltops at the before mentioned pla - , ces. It would be preiernbie lo have ihe masons. cArpebters, and laborers furnished and acompan - led by master workmen. Amuixe ntentt would lie made to employ the rsont engaged to fie - , cule the work, from July to November, at those ' positions embraced in the befort mentiooed pla - , ces, which border upon the Gulf of Mexico rjigagemenu woum not be mane lor a snorter period than eight montJis. Satislictory secflrity would te required lor tbe lailhlol perforoiaare of . any contract that may be nude. 1 he tetiu up - . on which workmanship and labor would be performed, must be sUUd in tbe proposals. . . . J.G.8W1FT, , Brigadier General end Chief Engineer. The printers of the Portland Gaietlc, D. M.: the Centinel and Patriot, Bostra j tho Evening Post and the Columbian, New - York ; the Commonwealth, I'ittstiurgh, Penn. the Reporter, Lexington, Ken.; (md the Osteite, A'ew - Or - leant, will please to insert the foregoing for one mouth and forward their account to the r.ngi - neer Department. ep 13 1m (7 - MISS SEABUisY having token lis pleasantly situated house No. 13 North Mootc - street, informs her friends that she intends re - movn p there on the first of May next, and on tho fourth will be ready to receive young lat'iei, either as boarders ordoy scholar. Thetarinu' branches of useful and ornamental Ediratioo, will be taught upon tier usual terms, which may be known ly applying at No. 56 John - street. ap 14 101 ' ' - BAN K OF NEW. tUttK. 0 - Tic president and director ;ive notice, that a dividend of four aud a half per rent on the capital stock of the bunk, wilt be made on the 1st dny of May next, for the period nf si x nnnthr from I lie 1st November 1817, to Ihe 1st ol May 1UII1, payable to Ihe to k holders at the Bank on demand. By order of the board of directors. ap 16tm2 CHAS. WILKEP, Cashier. NOtfCE. rr7 All persons having any claim against Ihm assignee of the late fit m of VS hitiog & Watson, upon exchange arcoimls, are hereby notified that unless such claims be present ad before the 15th day of May next, the tubscriher will consider them os settled, ana will not retain any lunds in his bands for the purpose of meeting them. , . .a o v til , , ' . r - T ap 10 jw ii. tt, nnn.iLli. NOTICE. . - frT - All person haviae demand aeainstOie eslnle ol Doctor Archibald Biure, de eased, aro requested to send their accounts to the oOke cl the (ubscriber, No. A Nassau - sttef t. ' I t.lMl JAt MUKIIU,' ' Mh?7 1m ' " Admlnistnrtor. ' rsOT'lCE. ftT" The subscriber have formed a (Miner - tlou for the purpose of transuding t'onittiinsion Business, under Ihe Ann ol a. and I - tvill l I V. MORE, and will for the present do basincs at No. AO South ami 129 l earl - itreet t and will constantly keep for sale a aeoeral assortment ,( Cotton and W - olerr Cards, of Ihe manufatlure of the late New - York Manufacturing Company. just received, per fcnr. fcanuuixy. irota aio - bile, and for sale, 13 bales I leer skin 1 22 sack Snake Root of prime quel. U do Beeswax. S hAML. wHITTEMORE, ap 2 1m TI MO. WHITTEMORE. (Tjr - Mr. t.ALI.Oi' having taken the lioivse No. 21 Broadway, now in the occupancy of Mr. John I. Glover, oilers from the 1st of May next, a residence to gentlemen and lad ie. 'I he pleasantnessof the titiiationneed ira comment mh C tf rr i.vt Iii A very convenient house, with shoot hau an acre of ground, about a mile from th city, adjoining the house occupied by Mr. More - wood, betwixt urecowicn aud the uroauway road. Apply to JOHN R.MURRAY, mh 25 tf Hudon - qiiare. VALUABLE i'kUl'EHl t. The subscriber nffi - n for sale a valuable Itirui, 73 miles from New - lork, lyuir 7 mile south of Poughkeepsie, on tb post - road, within 14 of a mile of the mills on the falls of W appin - ger's - Crrek, and in the neighborhood of sevtrnl landings fcom which sloops sail weekly. It contain 1 10 acres of level, fertile land, with a yonne; orchard of grafted fruit, wood tiiffiocnl for fuel, and all in good fence. The house contains seve ral rooms, has a good barn, aad all in excellent repair. Its situation being on aa elevated pUio, renders the place not only healthy, but present front the dwelling a delightful inland prospect. Also, another lot of 40 acres, contiguous to Ilia above, and bounded loutherly by the falls of WappingerVCreek. The land is fertile, in excellent fence, and of easy cultivation. What renders this property valuable, is, that it may be made a place ol celebrity. There ia alredy e - rected on the falls a saw - mill of great mpaiify. a carding - null, which enjoys Ihu custom ol tn neighborhood, besides several other scilcs for unoccupied. Tbe whole to fk aivfrIej wiIh , iHje lore oi uict exprnceso a to di e a range of mills on a level plot oi grounu lust below Uie fulls, and aerraible f on aiy navigation where factories of every description, wiUi every facility of power and traufportauou cart be const rnctfd. ... t Also, a flour - mdl, of Uie first tlaa. The mill - house i. large, with 4 run of Burr tones, and calculated for 6, wilh new mac hinery for ., - ,.n..irfunn - wheat. 1c. with sn elevator for raising grain from vessels into the upper loft of thaaiill. Connected with tbe mill is a Itrzn storm liouse for stonog wheat and Hour. With the mill will be tolJ 53 acre of excellent land, on which is situated five dwelling bouses, a lar'e barn, hay house, carriare houte, com rrih, hovels, 4c. a coojr's shop calrulated fos 'JO hands. Two of the booses are new and well calo.lated for genteel familirsv They comman4 a f of the nver, with a bratitilul uiUrvale - yv hrowu i'J wm US, UI U, IUS VI,,. immesiiutelT in front. T here are few place which associate so rany acconimoiliting qualilicutiooi for th merchant. mechanic or farmer. If not sold at private tale bedre Tnesuay the 21st April, it wdl oa that day be offered at auc tion. For terms kc. apply to PETER MFSIER, Vti. (iMVitr.fjIrsMit. FtbW ABRAHAM Mti" - fK. LA If LlitUnM.l. Twooffic - esiolw Building hiTTiuted. Apply owUmi prrnsises. "J? A. HAMILTON, fcrq - or at No. 59 Hroaday. febHf , ' ro.f.r, n iu. e.. d Mat aext. tlx Hoasa ,.. s rum , i ."o.l5:sreen - slreei,neai 0 at tt.e iTiat - sis.