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in chancery: Tn ft honorable the TttdftS and M - ' aiataat iuvticet of the COtWt of; 7 CMMoapictiaMd(orUMCoB ty of Orange Tbcnctitioa of Jiba buer, oltbtlowsof Go - - abeo, ia the coeoty of Onafi rcipectinll fTlHAT your petitioner h seised la fee timple, a as tenant m connW) togeuwr wnu uo k - veral parties hereia after Mined, of eight ejul imdivided forty eighth part,, the wboJe uto lorty 'eight rqial parts to be divided, of in and to all that certain lot, (raet, piece or parcel ef bad, situate, I JWt MinS m village oi mr bursti, in the (aid county of Orange ; bsnrnded on the north by the street called the eight rod - ttreet, on the eatt by tbe Hurtsoa river, on the oath by lands formerly belongieg to Hiram wcuerandueorge Moneii, land formerly belonging to Thoaiaf Colden i containing, at w supposed, two acre oflaadj. And yoarpetiiioner further theweth, that Joha Rutherford, of the state of New - Jertey, ia alto aeited as aforeiaid, of four other equal anaiviueo "forty eighth part of the tame. - Trial eusannah Robinson, at preterit. M your pctitiiiiie.r it ioforraed nnd believe, a retident In that partof the kingdnmof Great Britain ca"ed Ei.tUmI, it alto seii - d at aforesaid, of four olher eqsial undivided forty eighth parts of the tame. That Joho Steven, of llie ttale ofNew - Jersey, it alao ai ised at aforesaid, of two other eqnal undivided i"fiy eighth port of the tame. That Robert I Livingston, ol the county of Columbia, ia thit state, and Margaret, hit wife, la the right of the laid Margaret, me alto eeizeri ai aforesaid, foee other equal undivided forty eirbth part thereof. . Ynd that Edward P. Livingitoa, of the said troaly of Columbia, and Elisabeth, hit wife, io the right of the taid Elixabeth, are altoseixedst aor aid, of one other equal undivided forty irhlli Part thcteof. And that Cornelia Livingston, of the city of new York, Peter Van Brugh Livingston, at pre - tent, at your petitioner it informedand believes, a retident in tome part of the kingdom of Great Britain, and Peter Kane, of the ttate of New - Jer - tev. bv virlae nf aa act of the leritlature of the tate. ratlins in them, at trustees, the ettate of Peter Van brugh Livingston, deceated, are alto eixed at aforesaid, or loar other equal wwi video ibrtveishtb Dirts thereof. And that Alexander Roberfton, of the city of New - York, and Frances, hit wife, ia the rixht ol the taid r ranees, are alto teited at aforetaid, of the remaining twenty four equal undivided forty ightiipartt loereor. - And your Petitioner further the wet h, that lie it desirous to have Partition made of all and ainfrular the said above described premitet, among the eaid teveral owners or proprietor or the same, according to their teveral ana retpeotivc rights of, in and to the tame. .Wherefore your petitioner prayt that the taid premitet may be divided among the said teveral owners or proprietor, according to their taid nnnu ana retpecuve rignis, oy commissioner to be appointed by thit honorable court, in pur - ttiance ol tl dirtctinr" of the act, entitled Ao act for the partition f lands." And your petitioner, at io duty bound, aball ever pray. Ace. : lOHN DOfcR. To John Rutherford, SniaaDih Robinson, John Stevens, Robert I,, Livingston and Margaret hit wife, Edward P. Livingtton and Kliznltetii hit wife, Cornelia Livingituo, Peter Van Burgh J.king'ton, peter Kane, Alexander KoherUoi. and Francet bit wife. You will be pleated to take notice that a Pelt ttnn of which the preceding it a copy, will be pre - tented to the honorable the Jurtget and Attitiani Jaiticet of the Court of Common . pleat, in and for the county of Orange, on the lait Monday o; May nest, to be beid at the court hnute in Uo - hen, in and for the taid county of Orange, at trn o'clock in the forenoon of that dny, or at toot thereafter aa counwl can be heard, aad an application will thereupon be made for the apDoint - mentofcommittionerttomake Partition ot the Preniitet wilhtlie appurtenancct in the taid Peii tion mentioned and detcribed. acconlinic to U prnyer of the laid Petition, and the direction 01 an act of the 1 iilnture of the State of New York, entitled " an act for the par'ition ol land." Dated January 10, 1R18. JOUXDUER Air xi nder t)uer, attorney for petitioner. Feb It iawt.'mMay 1KCHAVCERY. ' To (be honorahlu the Judgei and netiitanl : jutticet of the court oi common pleat in ' and lor the couotv of Ornate THE petition of George i. Wickbam of tlir town of Gotben, in tbe county of Orange, retpeclfully iheweth That your petitioner i eited in lee timple at tenant in common of one equal undivided moiety or half part ol all that certain tract, piece or parcel of land, lituale, lying and being in tbe town of Warwick, in the county of Ornnge, known and dittinguithed a lot number two, in tlie tubdiviiion of great mountain lot number fourteen, in the patentol Chcete - cock , containing two hundred and tiitet n acret of land, orthereaboutt. And your petitioner I'ur - tlier ihewrtli, that he it tenet! at aluretaid of one euuul undivided moiety or half part of all thhl certain other lot, tract, piece or parcel of land, ituate, lying and being in tlie taid town or Warwick, and known and dKtinztuihed at lolnumnei three, iu the laid lutMlivitioo of great mountain lot number fourteen, in the taid patent ol Cbeete - cock, containing two hundred and thirty uritt 0 land or tliewaboutt. And your petitioner lur - ther tueweth, iliat tome perton or perton. to your petitioner unknown. i or are teixed afore taid, of tbe rrnviiniug equal undivided moiety or bait part ot eauioi Hie above - mentioned and Helen bed Iota, pieceinr parcel of land. And your petittontr nirtner thewetn, trial ue it ueurout to have partition matle of the atoietaid landt ten - nx - 'itimid hereditament!, between your petit lon er and the tatit proo orpertont unknown at h - forttaid, accoiiiiiur to the and revpeoive liltbtt of theaeveral parliei aforttaid, of, in, and to the tame. Wherefore your petitioner prayt, that all and lingular, the taiti landt, tenement! and hereditamentt, togetlier with the nulitt. mrmbert, pnvilrget and appurtenancei therenn tot)eloniTinz or in any wite appertaininc, mtv be divided by commifioner, to he appointed by f bit honorable court, in punuance ol tbe pro viriont of the act entitled an act for the partition ol lannt. Ana your peiiiiooer than ever pray, Sic. Dated thit tixth day of February, one thou and eubt hundred and eighteen GKORliK D. WICK HAH. John and A!esr Uuer. Atl'iet. Be pleated to take notice that a petition, of wtiicft toe aiiove it a copy, win ne pretent - d to the judget and aitiitant juiticei of the court of common rleat in and for the county of Orange, at the court houte in Uothen, on the last vlonday of May next, at ten o'clock, in the forenoon or that flay, or at toon I tie re after at countel can be heard. And an ap plication will thereupon be made to the laid court for tlie appointment of commiitionen, to mane partition m ine land, tenement and neredita - menti above detcribed, with tbe appurtenance, according to tbe prayer of tbe taid petition, and in paniuance of tlie art entitled an act for the partition of luadt. Dated btb February. 18ia. We are, Be. - J NO. t ALEX. DUER, Atl'iet for the above named petitioner. To the verton ot perioni unkor.wu, imereited in tbe above detcribed landt, or whcroioeverelte U may concern. ttn Mtaw tlM in My BEAVER UATS JOHN FORD has ,..t received and is now J opemrg a large anrtment of London and Ataernan, Cattor., Roram, nrul Children's H aU ; all of which he is now offerine lor 17 Vtaideo - laae. . - . . um t - inre. a apt4 lm i OK. b.Kl.y. THE timeofatrusrt Hlnck Girl, that can do all kindl of house - wnrk M bi. o h atitorceiiHr) forafamilv, or suitable tor i po:c noute. one unaersiancs cooking of oyster, beanrteakt, Kc. aod would be a valuable acq.iuitkia to aay ptiblio houte . a preferenre would be give to aay persosi keeping the same, that resides in tha couatry. Sold for no ober reetoa than the want or a matter. For further particalar, inquire at the corner o Broadway aon uraoo - irreet, oiooatoociai. N. B. Si U sold at ber owb request. ptf i ' ' . m nn lease. . I .2 From tha IttMav aexUea reasonable teiait,a rrr coaveniaut dwelling hoae, oppo ttte Liove LkM, near tnt two nuieiumr, dvwj. at prevent ocaaptcd by Profottor Adrainj weU caicalated for two familiet, bavingtwo kitchen, with 8 roomt, paatriee aad f ault, a ttabfa and coach bowte, a weil of good water aod two cia - tema. It bat a very large gardes, well atocked witb tnmnt and (nut ireet ; poanatwa m wu. cun be had on tbe lit AprU next. Aleo to rent, genteel 3 tory brick hooaa No, At1 MrMMivirh - atmeL wiib or without liable in the rear. Apply at Wo., arts ilALtiEY it GOSMAN, n,h tt If 84 Old - dip. tOH HALE Oh lOLt.iSt., LA LoUiathe5,6.8, tod 10Wardt;many oiMhicli are on regulated and peved itreet. o money WUI M required uoxwr ten yean, u tow, interett eicepted. HOUSES. Several two and three ttory hootet, on which a great part or the money renimn oo mortgage. Aa excellent tland for butinett. with ten acre of land, pieaaantiy ulaated, witn a wnari, tiore boa and barn. COTTON and WOOLElf MANUFACTORY, Near New - Haven, witb 40acretof land, and a evr failinx ttream. upon whkb SO milli may be erecteo, wiia B auuKieacy oi water loreacn. Apply at ao. z ureeowtcn ttreet Jan 13 If The property at Brooklyn, belonging to tha estate ol Carv Ludlow, deceated. contiit - inr ol a new three ttorv brick bouie and lot of ground, ttore houte, formerly occupied at uitiuiery, a aman irame oniiuing auu rui m grounn, ana two vacant ion anioiuinr uie aoovc premitet. t nit propeny it muaiea witnin a irv rodi of tha ttt nin - hoat ferrv. on the road to fierpoiit'i UwtiUtry. and extendi from me dui to tha river. Alto to let, from tin firtt of May next, Die boute and lindt on Inr hill, in the rear oi me a bove detcribed premitet. 1 be houte it well a - dapted for a private family or for a public houte The litoalioa. irons itn eltvated potition, com' mandt a very rxtentive and beaoulul viewol tlie ity, tlie Eatt River and Bay of New York. 1 lie grouoot turrouoiing me nouM janoui uve acre of land) are in a high ttate of cultivation. t or lermt, aipiy to CEO. W. MORTON, mh 1 If ' No. 59 William - it. r OK bAL.fc.OH TO LtAst. On accommodatio term, a number of water aad building loti, near1 and adjoining tbe navy - yard, at Brooklyn. For particular!, en quire of SAMUEL EVAN 8, Jan gt If Brooklyn. To LET. Unit! At a low rent, a three ttory brick dwelling in Norfolk - it Enquire of : n. u., tnli 26 96 Wall - itreet. (CT - l 20 LT, lul The imall 3 ttory brick houte No. 87 i'euri - ttrect tuitable for a perton can - vine on a trade in the houte, having a lieht garret and a middling tiird ttore. Pottettion given imme diately. Enquire of IIAV ll - f 31 ILI.nAbUUN, mh 31 ff Slone - ttrret.nenr Broad - ttreef. firt. TO LA I , Rill A purt ofthe ttore, No. 81 fine - street. Apply on the premitet. ap 17 M(M' - Al.TA. For tale or to let, the beautiful place ailed Mont - Alta, teven milet from the City Hall, on the North Hirer, adjoining lord Cour enay't. II com ami 20 acre ol land under im provement, with a large garden in good condition, variety of fruit trees, and every convenience a family may rrquire. For term, which ore reatonrtble, auu it told a long credit given il wUhod, apply to Nf ti D. TALCOTT, ap 20 64 8ooth - t. Ml SA LR. Ficht loll nf tround plemanttv tituated ii tlie north tide nfStanton - ttreet, andextending .rom Ettex to Morfolk - ttreeti Alto, lour tot adjoining thereto, and fronting on Eiiex - itreet, eacn lot oeingzo itei iroiu nuurenr, vy tuuirei iu depth. Thete twelve loll may be purchated ut a verv moderate price, for cath, and n not du potedofat private lale before the 7lh day of May, they will on mat day Detoiaat purine Auc tion, at the Tontine CorTee Houte, at I x o'clock, or DLbtiUKCKK uibbi, witn wnom a map .if the ground it lelt, for the iutpection of thotc who may be ditpottd to purtnaic. aptotmay PROSPECTUS FOR rCBLISBINO BT SUBtrRimnlf A MAP OK MEXICO AND LOUISIANA. rMIE publication of (his Map hni hei n under - L taken with tlie impression, thut it will ex hibit information, highly inttreting at thit event - lul crim, and the valuable ivlapt whu htliu author hat procured, durin his teveral tours through Mexico, in tbe year lUUfi, 1UU7, 1812, IHlJ, 1815, 1818, and IU 17, indm e biin to bolt - .ive that the Vlap, witheven all its imperfections, will be much tlie most perfect whii h hat apenred before the public. Thit Map will contain the latest and bett information from the din - nvcriei and possessions ol the American, Spanish, Russian, British and French travellers and navigatnrt and representing the cUimi of their resiective governments on the Nortliwesttrn coast nf America. The Map will include that portion of North America, which lies between tbe Isthmus of Da - rien, and the 48th degree ol North Latitude, ami from the Mississippi River westwardly to the Pacific Ocean. In tite the Map will be about six by fire feet, and will be protected on a scale of 40 miles tn the inch, to be delivered to tbe subscriber! at til - tern dnllan rnch. Nate lies March 7, IfllO. ap7tAul WH EATON'S ITCH OINTMENT. nPHE long and successful use of this o'utment 1 in tuiDcient rrromniendntion, at it has been found to be a pleasant, safe and certain re medy lr Hot ditagrreahln disease in a1! iti sta get. It is lor tate in tiieciry oi . - sew - Torlt, hy J.'A.fc W. R. Post, No. 41 William - ttreet; I. K T. Clark, Nn. 85 Maiden - Lan i H. II. Schiefftlin it Co. No, 193 I'rnrl - street s Law rence ti Kette, Nn. I9S Warl - itreet i Hull Howne, UC Pearl street ; R. ti L. Murray, 3IJ I'earl - tlrert : J. M. Brndhurst, 314 I'earl - ttreet : John I'euforH, No. 4 Klet' her - street ; Duryee M roe, in rean - ttreet; t lin J. .Morrison, brernwich street; Jotm P. MMier, H'8 Uroad - war : Walters Svainan. rnrnei of Ch.imher - it and Broadway, and also in Chnlham - itreet : and in short it may be procured at most of the Dnig Stores in this city Also in Philadelphia, of S. Witheretl k Sons ; George Hariell , North tt Ro eert, and almost at the druggists in the principal towns in i oe unueu ciates. I.IKSWiaK. WHEATO.VS JAUNDICE BITTF.R3 mar ne nad at uie a Dove piacrs. jn Vi bra BALUACLE RFML ESTATE FOR SALE, in tub tut of iikw vonx. IT'IVE loti of ground on tbe west tide of Green' V wiih - strVet, between Vestry and Desbro te street. IS by 80. roar do in tlie rear or the above, fronting on the eatt tide of Waihinston - street, ? by Ht. Eight do in the block below, between Wash ington and Wctt - ttrretr. in .Yiontfimerv .oiinrv. 6000 arret of Land in Lawrence'i purchase, near. East Canada Creek, oa tlie north sldeot ine oionawx. Ia Franklin Cootifv. 15,162 acre of Land, in the towns of Mount .'luimtQu uayion. 0, Jrt E.yx County. o acre oi L,nd in the town or Barrymore. lnll,.IV..i - .ri phCnot liDdiB Castt - rland," Chaatanis con Jn Sir'a Countv. 00 acret in Palmer'i purcha'e. a. . f M . of the tubscriber. 34 Ce hi7tf BEV. E0BIN30N. INDIGESTION, o. flOUR STOMACH. fS acknowledged by medical writer to be a I compiainioi itaDtwrn amo, ana at an uwo very difficult of care. Tbil it tufficiently ilhu - traled ia tha diiaDDoiatment of thorn who aafor - tuaately laffer under it, at they, for the moat part, Odd that after having tried many thing to little or no perpoee, they are at lait obliged to me (for perbapt the remainder of life) tucb article a can at bett but palliate the dueate. Under uch ririiniitBrei. anv mrHir - rne rsnnbla of remo ving the complaint, mntt turely be an article iighty dmerving the attention of all tbota who are aUicted wnn it t torn a combination mo u net i(h in DR. MKAD'S ANTi - DYbEl' - TIC or STOMACH PILLS tlx incceM f which b:ii never yet been equalled, for tha cure of dytpeptia in ltt inott complicated iorra, tucu at lot of appetite, nauiea, heartburn, flatuien cv. knawine rain in the ttomacb. pain in th tide, great coitivenet, palcneti ia the counte nance, laneuor. lownett of ipinU. pain in 'the bead, virtigo or giddinett, and ditturbed tleep. Whoever apptiea tnete pint in uieaiiove oiirar;, according to the direction, will never be ditap - pointed, at tbey have never been once known to tail in producing a radical and permanent cars. The ute of a tingle box will convince the moat unbelieving of tbeir efficacy. They will mmt effectually remove all lourneit of the itomach, not merely by neutralising the acid, but by correcting that morbid ttate ol thetecretiont which givet rite to it. and at the tame time will rettore to the debilitated orgam of digestion, that tone and vigour which it abaolately necetiary to tbe well lieing of tbe animal economy. Price one dollar per hox. r or taie ny JOHN C. MORRISON, Druggist, No. 188 Greenwich - treet. Where may be had, wholetala and retail, targe and gentral aiiortmeut of genuine Drvgi and Medicmei : curgeorn inttrumenit; a lion rarv'i GIM - Ware i Enalith and American Pa tent Medicine. Alto, Cyer'i and Fuller'i arti - clet, Medicine Cbeiti, cc. un liberal termt. mhS5 tm aOBTWKaif DIITRItT Of KEW - VORH. IH ITE it remembered, Tbat on the tecond day J J or April, in the forty tecondyearottlielfl'ie oenrlenra nf the United State of America. Wil iiam Johnnon. of the raid dittrict, hath deposited in thit office the title of a book, the right whereof he rbimi at author, in the wordt and figure following, to wit : " Keporti of caet idjiidged in the court of VOaocery oi ew - ior : oy ttihuwu uiunuu, Countellorat Law, vol. II i containing theoHtet from January, 1816, to September, 1817, inclusive." In conformity to tlie art of tlie congrctt of the United tilnte. entitled. " An act fur tlie encoil - rasement of learning, hv lecurinK the copiet of map, chnrtt and boom, to tne auuiora ami proprietor of inch copiet during the timet therein mentioned ;" and alto to an act, entitled, " Ao act, tupplementary to an act, entitled, an act for tlie encouragement of learning, by aecoring the copiet of inapt, rhartt and booki. to tbe author and proprietor of tuth copiet. during the timet therein mentioned, and extending the benefit thereof to the artt of deiisnine, engraving, and etching nitloricnl niidotner prtiiti." JI1 - .I.. Clerk of tbe toutbern dittrict of New - York. ap!3 4w 'filL Rev. SAMUEL AO II', Junr. contin - X uethii EHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES at 181 Fulton - ttreet. The particular design of thit institution u to furnish the bett advaniaeei lor prosecuting a courteof useful ttiidr, beyond the common rudiment of knowledge. The course of study u at roiiowi : Engliih Grammar, Arithmetic and higher branches of Mathematics Geography and Astronomy, KiMitoric, lOeic ana tompoMlion, Ancient and Modern History, Natural nnd Moral Philotopby, Meroenti oi ihymistry, and Evidencet of Natural and Revealed Religion. 1 be second Quarter vt ill ccmnience on 1 hurt - day, May 7th. The school will then be under the care ol Mr. and run. nolt,andUie numotr of rmoilt be limited to fort v. 1 hole who cletien to attend the school will nna a mauifett advantage in being present at the commencement oi the quarter, mat liieymay en ter noon their itudietin clastet. l he terms oi tuition are nueen uonars per quarter. mreeor lour young laniet canon accommo Hated with board in Mr. Nott't family. For further information, reference may be had to nn of the fotlowin perioni. Revd. Dr. Romeyu. Rev. Mr. Sprinf, Revd. Mr. Wbelpley, Rev. Mr. M'Clelland, Mr. John Mumfnrd, nr. jonatnnn i.itue, air reier Ludlow. Mr Rensselaer Haveni. Mr. Zechariah lwit, Mr. David Ij. Dodge, llenrj' W. War ner, r:tq. np4ot JHt TOL.H.T si I BLOOMING IJALF, Eyf' JI Tiim Imaiu nl s - rnittiflm tvlrafin - itiv Iri thi ai si,, uwtiw unu v - viasj - - n - ' e it ule of John Shaw, situateil oo the eighth avr - ,. sTTkia sl.m tMmiia atvs at n vrollant jlmiKlo llUCt VU UV 'I - Mt ir",v aa t v v s isi hnutr, ttable. coat h and ice bouic, with every . . a - x.t:.i. f. Uiincene requime lor iucii nn ciiaiJUBiinieni. n in prctunHHl any other dctcriptioo it unwcetia - aas tarn tlinsiA imlinorv tfkvmnt will WlimT lIlA nlnrt. AtiOflht1 Urge fireproof aore in the rear of itAiiani m ni i a riBairi.miraai iaTnrai invrp ia inr sale tome old ivi antra tvine, oy ine iemijonn. r ur lurinr, I'd, ticuinrr, B'r iw A.1.K ill. B11AVV, Jan 19 11 Pearl - street MANUFACTORY OF SILVER WARE. JYV. FORBES, No. 90 Broadway, one door . above Wall - street, respectfully informs his friends an i the public that be continues to manu fscture silver tea and table scttr, church plate, soons, forks ladles, waiters, urns, siphons, Adi knives, Sc. tic. of tbe latest and tnott elegant patterns, of the first quality of silver and tupe risr workmanship, at the lowest prices for cash. All orders executed in a masterly manner, ami warranted lit all cases at least equal to any ar ticles of silver manufactured or sold in thit city. In addition to his own manufactures, be hat on hand an assortment of rich plated and fancy hard ware, which he will dispose of very low, con sisting of candlesticks, cake baskets, castor, hottlo castors, muffin and trayi, plated on steel, a very tmerior article; elegant pen. pocket and sportsman's knives, with a variety of art let not enumerated. men 3(1 1m DR. DE ANGELIS, formerly practitioner of Medicine in the military Hospitals of Nap les, and admitted a member ol the .Medical society of Vw - York, where he hat resided since the year Vivo, and Ins reputation and lucre's in practice, it now established i . the knowledge rf the public by near 20 years experience, continues to be consulli - d at hi office, .Vo. 2i Water - street, oppeitr Crane wharf. In Khcumatic and venereal cases, Hr. ut An telis hit been wonderfully iucc - ss.'J ; and the uiott terrible effectt of those disorder have fre quently been cured hy him in a short tpace of ii jib wniHHii inconvenience to ine patient. yiiairuruons, nicers in ine inroat and pniaie, stifJness of the joints, pains in tlie limbs, eruption - of the tkin. tosether with a numerous train ol evils arising from neglect or improperly treating of the most intidi out of maladies, have given way to hit mode of treatment in an almost incredible manner. 1 1 is extraordinary tureen is in a great measure attributable to his weil kuowo Antirheumatic and Anti - Sphilic Syrups, which, whilst tliey eradicate every form of disease, res tore me emanated patient lo vigor, and health. apl6 lm LF.P3 ITCH OIXTXEXT. WARRANTED aa infallible remedy atone application, may be used with 'perfect safety on lofants a week old, not contauvn; a particle ol mercury ,or any dangerms ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with that offensive tmell which atleodt tha application of olher remedies. The above medicines are prepared and sold at LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 46 Maiden - Lane, and sold by S. CARLE, cornel of Fulton and Water - street. ' Drnggitti and country storekeepers t applied oa liberal terms. J S9 UA'IOXLIXET k' K r li I I. 1 II E L I' II I A i Twaoty - five milet land carriage, viaNew - Bronrwick and Trantoa. Innewpottcoaclica ' $5 Do.gooliiagca, i !' Do. forecaitle or deck patnwri 3 50 Ganected by the iteam boatt OLIVE BRANCH and PHILADKLI'HIA. Tbe tieam - boat Olive Branch will leave New - York every day, Sun - Jan excepted, from tbe north tide of the Battery! at 1 1 o'clock A. M. Paener will lodge at Trenton, and take the tteam - boat Philadcl - bia, to aa to arrive in I'hiiadclpliia at 10 o'clock the next morning, iu time to take the Union Line Baltimore tleam - boati. Thit line ha a connection with the bett bo - .d on the Delaware and Choraeake to Norfolk ; at alo thota of the North River and Sound ; and their teveral arrivals are calculated to caute little, if any delay. Thi it a tpcedy and certainly the most convenient rout, at the pawenger will leave New - York after the banki open, and arrive in Philadelphia before the hounofboiinett, without fatigue iu travelling or want of tleep, the land curia re being much lest than by any other route between tbe two cities. For leati in the above line apply .. WILLIAM B. JAQUES. At the Union Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar - ketfield - street, north tide of the Battery, between Greenwich & Wathington - ttreett, or to The CAPTAIN on board. OCT AH 6oodt and baggnge at the ritk of the owner. P . Tilt. aOOJVJJ itTKAM HOJiTUXH. Jn proprietor!, witn a view of accommodating tbe public, bv extending tlie line tin Norwich, intend making the exutfriiuent with the Fulton. Capt. Law. and tliit route (if found practicable) will be continued during the lenton. Tbe line will in future be from New - York to Norwich, ai loliowt : The Connecticut, Capt. Hunker, will leave New - fork every Monday, Wtdnttdag and Friday, at 8 o'clock, in the morning, lor New - Haven. The Fulton, Capt Law, will leave Jioncich at 6 o'clock in the morning ol the tame day, touch at few - London and depart from thence for Jftvo - Hottn at b o'clock. The boat will meet at Jfat - llaten, and depart Irom thence every Monday, If rdtus - day aud Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening the Connecticut lor V ' or, and the Fulton foi Jim - London and A'oir'eA. nib 17 WIL.1 i..M HUOK.r,ii, ... M - t - i. comer of Fulton - ttreet, New - York, having received a large supply of the real JAPAN BLACKING, of Day & Martin, 97 High Hoi - born, Loudon, offers the tame, in wholesale or retail, for exportation, or home consumption, on termt the most liberal and advantageous to pur chasers. Thit inestimable composition, with half the a - tual labor, produce! a most brilliant jet "black, fully equal to the highest japan varnish; ntlord peculiar nourishment tn the leather ; it will not toil the finest linen ; ii perfectly free from any unpleasant smell; aad will retain it virtues in any climate. j At an incontrovenioie prooi oi me superior excellence of thit blacking, it has stood the test and commanded tbe most extensive talc in an quarter of the globe, fortpwardtof half a century. N Feb 16 ROOSEVELT - STREET NOTICE. 1VTOTICK i herebv eiv l to all person! inter JJ ested, that the comli hsiooer of ettimate aid nfnnx'Bt, appointed nv tne supreme coun Tf judicature ol trio ttate of New - York, to pel - form certain duties relative to the enlarging and improving a part of ttreet, between Hatavia Lane and Front - itrf et, in tlie laid city, have completed the estimate aod assessment, at well ol I lie lost ana nans age rusiaiiieo, over and above the benefit and advantage received, hy the ownert of tbe and premises required for the taid improvement, as alto of the Dencill nna auvamuge rrcrmu ui uim iu in mm lands and premises not required for said ira - ornvement. And that we the taid commission ers have deposited a true eoiiy of such estimate ' .... . i . rr - and asiettment in inn ciern - s oince oi tne cuj of New York, for the inspection of whomtoeverlt may concern. And nolice it hereby further given, that the corrected and revised report of the taid commissioner of ettimate aod assessment, will be prese Med to the supreme court of judicature of the state of New - York, at the city hall of the city of New York, on Thursday, tlie seventh day of May next, at the owning or the taid court on that day, or as soon thereafter at counsel can he heard thereon. Dated this 22d day of April, 1818. ROGER STRONG,) JOHN KORB ES, Commissioners. NOAH JARVIS, ) ap22 I4t CROSS - STREET NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given to aU pertoni interested, that the lomniissinneri of ettimate and assessment appointed by the supreme court ofjudicature ol tlie state or iew - lor, toper - form certain duties relative to the enlarging and improving Cross - ttreef, in the lixth ward of the city of New - York, have completed their ettimate and assessment, at well of the lots and damage sustained over and above the benefit and advantage received by the ownert of the landt and premises required for said improvement, at also of the benefit and advantages received by tbe owners and parties interested ol and in certain lands and premitet not required for the laid improvement!. And that we the laid cominittionert have deposited a true copy ol tuch ettimate and assessment, in the clerk'i ni - nceol tlie city of new Kork, for the inspection ol whomsoever it may concern. And notice is hereby further given, that the report of the taid commissioners ol" estimate and assessment will be presented to the supreme court of judicature of tbe itatn of New York, at the Citv Hall of the city of New York, on Monday, the fourth day of nay n - xi, at i;ie opening oi tne court on tnnt day, or as soon thereulter a counsel can he heard therenn. Uatcd this nth day of April. 1811!. JOHN FORHES. W ILLIAM TOKREY, Commitiioners. JOHN L. LAWRENCE.) ap 17 I4t HENRY - STREET NOTICE. VTOTICE it hereby given to all perton inter - Lv ested, that the commissioners of estimate ami as tsment, appointed by the supreme court oi judicature of the state of New York, toptr - form certaindutici relative to theenlarcins. ex tending and improving Henry - ttrect, btlwteu viimon nno urnno - nreets, in the eighth ward oi the city of Mew York, have completed their ettimate and assessment, at well ot the lost and damnge tustained over and above the benefit aud adv nma ce received hy the owners of the land and piemie required for the said improvement, a alto of the benefit and ndrantnge received by the owner and partiet inten strd of and in certain lamis and piemiset not required for tbe taid ira pmvetoent And that we. the taid commission ert, htve dt posited a true copy of tuch ettimate and atesment in the clerk' oftc., of the city of New - York, for the inspection of whomsoever it niiy concern ; and notice is hereby further civ - en, that the report ofthe aid corommioneitof es timate and assessment will be presented to the tu preine crmrt of judicature of the state of N. York at the City Hall of the city of N. York, on Man day, the fourth day of May next, at tlieurjenin of the court oathat day, or at toon thereafter as cnnnsel can be beard thereon. Dated tint lUi riny oi April, 1X18. JOHN FORBES, ) ap 17 ltt tfra i POST COACH LINE to PrilLADELrBlA t wi or rowLM - riooa lav roRTANT to rAiixircxni. No connection with the pott chaito line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, ANDOl'PO SITION REVIVED. A NEW Line of Pott Coachei with every con - xa. vcmence for patscngert and baggage, ou Springs 'J HROUlWt IN ONE DAY. The Post Coach will start from tbe Coach office, old No. 1 Courtland - itreet, N. York, every morning, (Sunduyi excepted) at half pt G o'clock, bv wav of Newark. New - Brnrnwick, Princeton, Trenton and Bristol, aod arrive at Philadelhia the tame afternoon, at 6 o'clock. The new Steam Boat Line Industry will rtart from New - York every morning, Sundayt excepted, at 10 o'clock in the Steam Boat Atalan - t, lodge nt Trenton, and arrive et l'hiladi Miia, in a Steam Boat, next morning nt 10 o'clock. Fare 6 dollar. V. S. Passenger are requested to call and take their seals at tbe office Old No. 1 Court lamlt - ttreet. New - York. United Statei Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, ualtimore and Washington City, with tvety convenience for passengers and baggage, oo springs. The U. 8. mail coacb will start from the coach office, old No. 1 Court land t - street, New York, every day nt 3 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at rmiadeiptiia neat morning at dociock. troiy 6 passenger admitted. For lead in the above named Lines, apply to THOS. WHJTFIELD, at the old ettaiJuhed Coach, Stage and Steam Boat office, at the old No. 1 Courtlnndt - ttieet, the second office from Broadway, New - York ; or to A. T. GOODRICH & CO. No.. 124 Broadway, corner of Ce - dar - street, New - York. ft"All goods and bnggnge at the ritk of the owner. just.rn injurs, ez Vi. N. B Expresses sent to any part nf the Continent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. ap JI rOaT CttAlSE. Ai'Osil CIIAISK will, leave New - York every day (Sunday excepted) at half past 5 in the mornine: by way of Newark, only tix passenger admitted, and arrive in Philadelphia the same evening. Fare through, $3 The new Steam Boat Line Experiment, will lave New - York every day (Sunday excepted) nt bnlf past S o'clock, in the bteain Boat Atulan - fa, and arrive nt Philadelphia the next day at 4 o'clock, hy the Steam Boat A2TNA from Bristol. For Seats in the above lines, apply at the Pott Chaise Stage and Steam Boat Office, 118 L roadway, opposite the City Hotel. (jr All goods and baggage at the risque of ine owner. JOHN N. CITMMINO, Newark. JOHN GULICK ft SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON & HOW ELL, Philadelphia. JV. B. Erprttsci tent to anypart of iht Union. ap 8 JVORTH lily Kit 6TF.AM BOATS. C?p The Chancellor Living - en I - . ston will leave New - York jfj!fff) . . on Saturday, the 28th intt. eKtUSZSat 5 P. M. There will be a boat h ave New York every Tuetdny, Thursday and Saturday, at 5 P. M. and Albany on same days at 9 A. M. until further notice, mh 35 STEAM BOAT FOR SALE. fj7" For sale, a well finished Steam Boat, of small be. size, with 1 cabins, nnd cal culated to carry convenient ly a noti I sixty passengers Her hull is of the best tim her, and she is copper bottomed up to tbe bends, prepared to he put into a line of running immediately. She draws hut thirty - two incnesol water, and irom e advantageous construction other machinery, can be .worked at one half the daily expense of sdam - boats in general. She will be told a great bargain, if applied for shortly. Enquire at No. 48 Wall - street, nf mn sain isaai; u. vuut.r n tu. SWIFT - SURE MAIL COACHES, It)R FHILAIlELPHI A., vpvrrs (& Leave New - York iPffgf eveiy morning (Suoday'sex jti - 'ieu;ni uoxioca, una n r - trive in Philadelphia next jV to dinner. The publirk houses are good, and reasonable in their chorees. The drivers, horses and coaches are not inferior to any others now running be tween these two cities. Tbe beautiful country, and the excellence of the roads on this rout, connected with the safety, comfort, and reasonable ex pence, are heleived to be strong inducements to travellers in pving tbit line a decided preler ence. the strictest attention will be observed hy the proprietor in giving general satisfaction. All baggage and package will go at tb risk of tbe owner unless insured and receipted for by the clerk of tnid office. Stage fare only S3, with a eencrous allowance of baggage. Partiet wishing to travel at their leisure, may engage the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, by apply intone day previous tn itarting. r or eati apply at no. 5 Uourtlandt - itreeU New - York. LYON, SONS, & CO. np i Proprietors. NxwacROH and cAitAPDAiuc. mail - it agk' TORSE TIMES A WEF.K. xri i I EAVES Newburgh eve - MFtTand lLrdVMniings,5 HHMtaMM. - - UlIK W tr.lB, IUIIV IIITUUZII Montgomery, Bloomingburgh, Mooticello, by White Lake, Coshectoo, Mount Pleasant. Great Bend, Chenango Point, Owegn, Itliica, and Ge neva, toianandaigua. Returnii.g leaves Canandaigua every Mon day. Wednesday and Friday mornings at three oxiock, ami arrives at .veuDurgri, tuethira day in time to take the Steam - boats which arrive tn New - iork the fiillowintr moniinrr. fXj It may be exfttled (hat at alt limn when the flmm - hoalt alter their days of running, that lhi$ line srtf atler to el to meet mem. The whole route will be perfomed in three days, from tlie firat of May, until the first of November intl trom the first of November until the fifteenth of December, and fhim the fifteenth of March uniilthe first of. May, in fuur davt - and frnrTT the 15th Is. r ember, nn. til the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to Caoandaigua in four days. Passengers travelling from New - York to Canaii'iaigua, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N Yoik in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Canandaigua in thee days a distance of three hundred mil s. The line is weU furnished with pood, new carriages ; good horses, and cartbn ami experienced drivers Every atten tion will be paid to render the pasMgeof tlie traveller safe, easy and expeditious j and it i believed that the accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the state. (TV FARE from Newburgh to Conanduisrua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. It. A b'anch ff the same line runs three times a week from Itluca to Auburn. Also, a line from Owegn Tioga Point, tlieuce through Newtown and Paiiued loat,to Ratli, kc. . BAGGAGE, as Usual, ai the risk erf the owners. David Godfrpy. Rltwrnihghurgti," F.. C. St. John. .Inuul I'leatauL L. fc R. Manning, Chenango, IProprie - Lrtiiurr orr, iiiiks, I Iocs. Mmuel tsreenhff, Genera, Oliver rhclps, Laming, mb 14 dCa tirsam i UeMUf, piiht kxew how to dJni,. - ii' . tweeo thingt that difi, ue oueroi we raculty ofpuri and surgery there, deems it Hi, dV ty to repeat someontervatiooV L lie abuse of IMMriiiiT0' l mi, an rath, indiscriminate, .and arc annually mercurinUied out of i." ence. 1 he disenatj we have in iew o wi tul results chiefly to thit source. WhS J that a young man, Uie hopes ot hit couatrtp,t,S the do ling of hi, Piwti,Wld iifc! way from all the prosiects and eafovWnTTT " by theomtequence. of one iSTrnl,0 Ut tnd by a disease not in iu owSure which only proves so from neclect Vil treatmenU" A Ktlema,, ti tient) now perfectly bearty and .eir'k!i ,.p under pbyticiaui of gennj practice. .i.ea and repeatedlyialivad, Dr. H. (by a gentleman of this city? Zfi!l, were canout, and his flesh dronpinfrn ,k his friends declared be rculd not pr2Jh?hem' I la o monUis longer. !ToCMnds el".'.? knnw with what ease end arief Dr i?"rt,l7 catcs the severert cases, and coniroiu'.? - tution. The Doctor's plan (advertVi cestary to guard the public aguintt th. 'LM mercury, and other fatal delwionK g Persons, therefore, having contracted VT vnte disorder, or auspecting latent noiin, admonished not to tamper with fl!. J. '..' tion, or conceal the disorder, tDI M1i!W, or otlier impurities ofthe blood. JL?i c" er complaints of a delicate m. olh - ex. should remember posterity. V j ei??f to their consciences, by makuw 'uUc to Dr. n. at his old and iSSctSf'f? lithment No. 64 Waterstreet, fow houl. i of Old - At, to obtain that ivm lumaini iw uirvcill UlSCiOSure j t let me claim your serious tteutioi - Liu,.!!I! a tupcrficiol cure is no cure at all , aide, iffi linen is radically done, yon will r.;.i he disorder break out again with redoubled haitj. at some fnttircerrod ; prrhap, the S, be too late for remedy. Don't you oftenttl?" the itrecU miserable, mutilated beings, mZ mwm n rt nf finsasB An tkai iv.. Jj IbeechVou. "'wanusg, Dr. H'i. character for skill and stubborn ill - grity bewg universally known in this city. 1804, guarantee to patienU that delicacy ami cre:yhitherto unknown, and having confined h practice for years past, exclusively to thecorJ diseases of the blood syrtam, they may taelveal! culate on the most decided advaatare iirL suiting Dr. H. . " Gleets eradicated fntws or three weekt Strictures removed without bougiei or any utb - er instrument ; and all debilitiei t likewise all old ulcerations, listula't lie, A plurality of offices are provided, and so sita. ated that patients are not exposed to each other's observation. Open till half past 9 in the evening. All persons concerned are invited to be free ii calling, and tneaking with Dr. H. which is free of cost. And bertrtlie Doctor cannot avoid the expression of gratitude for innumerable recoo - mendations, and for the decided preference (it is presumed with iutt cause) tone riven him W judicious public. c.b. ah letters must be post paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug S7 U AH.HIILH (UALKt - Hk JOH IMtOHh 770A - . D,R. EVANS tuperi.f method of wiring a certain Disease, itnowuaiver sally acknowledged in this city ; his mode of treatment is perfectly mild. safe. a. pcuiuous. and nit cnargi reatnnabte. In every il - fttance he warrants a curt. and wilj return the pay if be does not perform agreeable to contract. iuciuiiiwKMcF uirnri uniervea. There are many penon in thi city and its vicinity, laborias: under various chronic ia. tuch as cancers, old inveterate ulcers, scrofafa. nr Irinra evil, fistula, disease nf l.. nrth - bladder anaxiouies, oia complicated complaints of a certain nature, bilious aod other obstruction, rheumatism, Ac. which tbey consider iac - rable, they cen certainly be cured (in genera!) by applyineatDr. EVANS'S Medical Store, No. 9, Peck - slip, bavins practised in eitelisin hospitals in Europe 12 years, under some of tbt first Surgeons and Physicians in the world, asi made those obstinate diseases bis constant study for 30 years. Oct IS rjTT The subtcriber baying recently retarnsd from England with an important improvement onv the artificial spring LEG, he takes this method of informing hit friends and the public, that all those who are so unfortunate at to be Id want of a leg, or arm, tbey can be accommodated by applying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. . Jan tt ' WM. TURVIS. BWHEATON DA 'ancy Chair Maoufac turert, No. 153 Fulton - ttreet, opposite St Pault Church otter for sale, wholesale and retni), a large and elegant assortment uf Curtd Maple, plain painted and ornamented in gold (t bronve, Bamboo, Plain and Gilt Balls, Rocking, Sewing, and Conversation Chair. Sofas. Settees, Loungees, Music Stools, kc. Orders from any part of tbe continent executes with neatiien and ditpatcb. Old Chairs repaired, painted and ornamented, mh 9 JfkW DnEssma ROOM. AFRUME.TO, No. I Wall - ttreet.Jiw"' . turned from Italy, bat tbe honour to uiiw" the gentlemen, that he cuts and drestet tbe Tatett ttyle, and in a marner so a to sdojn it to the phisiognoroy. He bas for sale 9w,n ty of RAZORS ofthe first qoabty, if ty not please on trial, tbe purchasers aie at JJDe"J to return them, nnd receive the money - likewise procured very fine Ivnoe, and eogsgj to rettore raiors to a very keen edge and snow (hty not cut he will receive no recompes - Those gentlemen who mav pleate to biaor with their patronage, may depend on tbe particular and respectful attendance. . N. It. Gentlemen who subscribe bythe"; tfT will have their raiors, 1c. kept exclui7 lor themselves. P. s. a'v.mvI lournrvmon wanted. . i IT' U. . ' - mh 6 tf at above. tun iAl.h, ,Mr,i, THE CIRCULATING LIBRARY, 138 1 Jl tnn - street, near Broadway, 'OMitting w " extensive and choice collet tjon of hnttlu i. hLmnhi'. miuance. tales play., review., magarines, Kc. Catalogue may be examined at the U"t J which i open lor subscribers, as utual. u.h4tf m NEW - YORK: PR1XTED AND FUBLISDZD MICHAEL BvksTlAM' NO. 43 SVIU.1A - STRBV - - C.IN,T T hark iyOrrati - ii 131

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