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AWr end prisele Classical bcbool a established l Hyde Park, xssiiches wm - ty. state of Nw - Yk, under U direction tod M'traitiuH Of DeopMniu ibbw, u. v. . - i h. to.niiitioa u tlMLfiwd to anile witli a cla ficai aad Eaglitb Education, tbe mwlera laa - "! neoclassical corn se will comprise the Latia r.H RimIi Lana - tiam. Ancient Hi lor V and Geraphy, MjUiology, lUmaa aoa Grecian Antiquities. i lie Eogliifc course will comprise MgUsli Grammar. Elocution. Element ot History, Rhe - a i. ' . . t . . .. 'uaiilufH ftnfi practical fataeutics and the outline of Ha - turd Pliilosoyt y, . . . Madera Languages will comprise the Freacii, Spauicfer and Italian. , " . Moral aud religious instruction will be attend - .l in ii i,. ...ik i. u im! nruner time to incul cate and fit those print iples t virtue and piety . lij. . . . . . 'i ;.i.u.,u ik conduct WIIICM migll W UHClrl f l - l - I . . The pupil of the Intitulioo will be metnaert Ol ine rnncipai - f lamny, auu umic. - diate care and government Furttcelar alleu - U jo will be paid to their morale and manoera. - Tlie governs.! will be strict, but ipild and I - reatal - ittaim hall be to give bmU of oru and industry, and inipir a senerou mw The institution will ot furnished with 1 .Libra , Map., GJotoea, and select Philosophical Apiavttat? the use of which the popds w " be fueetiU aad made familiar with the uiost miport - 1 nt aad then experiment in Natural FuiW iNr. Thett wiU be considered as reward ol ie - Kl conduct and attention to etude, and const! - 1 4uU one of the most interesting iotni.ee of amusement and recreation It ii known iron ' rieare ttat macb eseful knowledge may be thui iecidenlaNy coaimunictled. j be icrnM are uiree nunurcu "'"" Bum, payable quarterly - washing included. CIhmu at stadeott who itudy the modern Ian - guaget, will be charged 10 dollare per quarter citra for the lame. The itudcot And their bedi and btddinjc. The nember cf etudeeta i limited. Gentle men therefore who aiedeiiroue of plarinK thwr b in the iiif titutioe, will pleaae to tuake ao car AtetteitTelaUre to the iwtitutinn, adareM - f to the eobicrtber, Hyde fark fott Office, LhnYbeti Coeoty, $. V. will be promptly attended to. BENJAMIN ALLEN. The lummer term will commence on the St'lh S hliv ap Si lw A UOHSK fOH S.i I.E. AN excellent family Horse, free from faults, well broke to tlie harness, and racks under the saddle Enquire at 133 Pearl - street ' ap 28 lw RUFFLE PLAlTI.Mli MACHINE. THEiubtcribrrbai la:ly invented a Machin; fortlie purrx.e of Flailiog itufllfii, for which be has obtained a Patent, and now ntfer it foi 1? imikIic impectioa at the Tontine online noute, ! tlrrt i.n,l aMnnil 01 .Mav Caul machine hnt c.mH in ,.l .ii ihirt ruiHiis. Aic. with treat expedition, neatnMi and accuracy, aud entirely relieves the laundress from the tbdioua process of i)laitim tlttm he haod. It neither soils nor tears the ruUl, and owinx to its portable and simple Conduction, may heuied hy any inon. An experience ol its utiliiy.itis presumed will insure its pstroadge. Price $l Any person wiihina to oMain the patent right frtr the state of New York, can have un opinrtu - ally, as the prrsent te the first that have bteu oilcred for sale in this M SYLVEbTER. V. TALBOT. ' ap 88 Sf BfcrtGEN ORPHANS COUHf. 1 Of Uie Term of March, IQI3. Calharine Schuyler, Administratrix, c f ol iohn A. bchuyler Rule, under Statute, deceased. fpHE court order and direct. That Catharine I 8h... l n.lminialmtrix of the crtodt. cht - tlls and credits o: JoliO A. Ochuylcr, deceased, 5iv public notice to the creditors of the dtce - mhrinirin their claims and demands Hgniutt tbe estate of the said decedent, on or before the Cm ii of Mav. in the year of our Lord eigli - taeu huudredaud nintteen, by putting up notices to thut ellect in live of Uie most public plat es in Jin .n.untv ol Btrxeii. for tlie spai:e oi two n.nntha. mid Milvertuinif the same for the like space of time ii a newspapef printed and pub lished in tli Slttie 01 .iw - Jersey, mmn a paper priuted au4 publiilivd iu t! city ol Aew York. A Irue transcript from the record. ap 2U tm JOHN A. BO VL, Sur'gate. A YOUNG Lad from the country, aged M Xu years, of steady habits and good calcu a tor, wishes a situation in a dry good store. Applv at 86 Bouth - nt. ap 17 a LS CHUULli. fli . Pu .iirihtv nillluted in St. X Paul's Church. Enquire at No. 42 Front at' eel. up 23 61 WILL be paid to any person or persons who will give information of the villains who fired tlie home at Brooklyn on Friday evening, l7th April, so thai they may bo brought to jus - tice by JOHN II. MORRISON, apC8 lw Fly - Market. G SAUNDERS retptcliully iiiir.rma hi former . custumer and the public, that he has at Ittnglh, by tlie tstittance of some friends, so fur recovered from hit latu mtrlortune by fire, as to bav resumed his bushiest al N o. lli v all - street ; where lie coiitiuuet to manufacture raxur strips, oo a piinciple invented by himself, und which is allowed by all who have tried them, to excel any thing hitherto known ; a they never, by .ever so hum use, make the edge of the rfcr rouud, hod thereiore render the us of any hone unnecessary. Tlie purchaser newdi only a t'n',t Ichmxi a t its u. BP 4H AtuJj.W i AN, ol good character and re - tp. table, wants a situation iu a cauutiu room or grocery tlore he writes a good band, i - . somewhat arquaiulrd with accounts, and can rive satisfactory references. A hue addrcned to W. H. E. and left at this office, or at Meats. Barker & Guion, No. SC9 Pearl - itreet, will he attended to. P 27 lw WAN I F.D. A SMALL eenteel House, containing 3 or 4 J. Jtooms, and kitclien, wiUi a garden, t or 4 mile from the Clty - Jiotel. Apply at No Gold - street. np 7tw' . - BEAVER HATS. TOHN rORU has Mitt received and is now onrniiic a lurxe assortment of Ixmdon and Ainpriran Beavers. Castor. Korams. and Chil divn's Hats'; all of which be is now offering lor ale at hi wholesale and retail Hat Store, no, 17 Aaido lane. ap 14 Im MM.FORDfcOWEGO ROAD LOTTERY ' 1 1 I. coromeiM - e drawing in thit city, oo f tbe ath ol May. Highest Prises, 70,000 Dollar I 35,000 Dollar 10.ls.i0 Dollars 10,000 Dollars .o.&l"0,lJ)",U, 6.""d Dollars ISAAC G.OUHF.H, 48 Wall street, has a few iKkcts rtoiai.ing on haud, which he wi(l ditp. - 'etoilealeis and others, on the moit ac - commndatmg terms. Bp 07 w FRAN; i M'GOWN. n. ,8C r, ket.teiisil.le of tl very liberal enc ',. roent he bat received fore hit cimuenceti.. t . 1. 11 lrs Ulitl n ,efni nt v ui. f... " wintiiic 10 merit a Cw.Iiq aoirtr, uiviu.. u rnu, ana ine null ,r ii. - .t paint 1 . . . . - IIU wr - m hbi oeeo evoineil lo otil it , . 1 : - nl I " . , m "l"" every di notion, Which can be depended on for their puriiy. Having madearrang, meals, while at rh'H. . too, ibraror.ttaot supply of GREKN TURTLE , ia their teaton, be still be enabled to furnish soup of an excellent quality. A bonk will be opened for subscribers to an ORDINARY, tl) be on tbe table every day at a S'atra noar. Rooms, for private parties, at a short noli, N. B. Soup, ReefStraks, Ort ters. Mutton Chip aad JUluues at ail timet. pt3 m hie the to on tlii X tliht and ' I lol (he of on I'ai and Uie . in Ticvportalim e ftRjCurfft, AwgK C tUU TtfXne - ltrk. - HE eubtcriber, who hi been engaged I tS.r ererJ yean in lorwardm? me - chndixe T.nwntTJa at the United 8utee, offer terrieei to the mercbanu and trader of western etatea and territoriee, a agent to tr.ii.nnrt niwiMi of erenr decripuon from tbe ciiy uf New York to PituWr". " theatateof fcnnsTlTinu - uoou nipp onboard "T w ui"or aluopa for Albany, can be delivered al Pituburgh, it is belieeed, in ae abort a time, a by any other route yet discovered the price of tnuuporU. item for the wliole diatance neer exceeding ail dollar per cwt Proper care lia been taken elect gentlemen of renpectability aa agenu the several route communkattng with the Allegan riren and where extraordinary exertion are required, a eunfideiitial peraon Uioroturlily acquainted with the country, will accompany the goods. All communications on subject, post paid, will receive theearliet attention of the subscriber, wholbr approved security Will give credit of six in until on a large proportion of the account. CM MILKS SMYTH. Albany, state of New - York, 2d February, 1818. Reference to Messrs Satterlees jt Co. and Messrs. I. Ilyer,and II. Rankin, New - York. rt7 2w yon sALE, 'pilE time of a smart black Girl, that can do itll kinds of hoote - work and cook ins. uch n it neceasar)' for a Inmily, or suitable tor a luii:ir bouse, cue unuersmnus cooKmK ol oys trrt, lieaiiteaks. He. and would be a valuable acquiiitioa to any public bouse , a preference woulil lie git en to any person keeping the same, rttiiltt in the country. Sold lor no other reason than the want or a matter. For furtlier particulars, inquire at tiic corner of Broadway Gr.md atet t, Mount Dfx ill. IN . II. ehe is sold at her own request ap tf PROSPECTUS FOR rDOI.ISIllnU BT SOBSCRimOlf A MAP OF MEXICO AND LOUISIANA. I 'HE publication ol this Map has been undc - r - lukeu witli the ironrstiun. that it will ex hitiit information, highly inte resting at this eventful crisis, and the valuable Maps which the author has procured, during hisseverul tours through 'iito, in ue years iu0. iiriv. iiiiz. iuij. j, I8IC, and I U 17. induce l.im to beleive that Map, with even all its impirrfections, will be luuch the most perfect which has appeared before the public. This Map will contain the latest and best information from tlie diiroierio aud nosiesaiont the American, Spanish, Kustian, British and Fiench travellers ami navigator and repretf tiling the claim of their respective governments the Nortliwertern coast of America. 1 lie man tnll include that iiortion of North America, which lies tietween the l:hmus of L)a - rien, and llic4t)th degree ol Noith Latitude, and from the Mississippi Kivtr weitwardly to Uie i (lo Ocean. In rise the Mbd will be about six hv fiv feet. will be projected on it scale of 40 miles to inch, to be delivered to tbe subtci ibers at fif teen dollais. ach. Watches, March 7; 1BIB. ap7tAu1 WHEATON'd ITCH OINTMEN l". rYHE long and successful use of (his ointment X is a sudk ient recommendation, as it has been found to be a pleasant, safe and certain re medy for that disngrceable disease in all Us sta - es. n is tor sale in Uie citv or New - York, by A. & VV. U. Pott. No. 41 William - street: I. T Clark, No. b.i Maiden - Lane ; H. H. SchieflVlin ti Co. No. 193 Pearl - street; Law rence el Keese. No. I'Ja Peurl - street s. Hull L Howni:, 140 Pearl street ; It. K L. Murray, ivi Pearl - itr.it i J. hi. Hradhurtt, 314 Pearl - stleet ; John I rnlurd, ?io. 4 r letchcr - smet ; Uurvee K roe, in rtar. - street; Jnrm U. Mnrnson, in;. Ureeiiwiui strtee t : Jolm P. r uber, tub Uroail war; WaltiT ii Seninau. cornel of Chaiuber - st. and Broadway, and alto in Chatham - street ; and short it mas be procured at most of the Drue Stores in this civ Also in Philadelphia, of S. Wilherell k Sons ; George Hanell , North & Ko eers, and nlinost nii the druggists in the priucipul towns in tlie united states. I.IKRWI3K. WIIEATON'3 JAUMJICE BITTERS may be had at Ilia above placet. ian tl bm BALUABLE REAL KSTA'TK FOIt SALE, IN TUB CITf OP NEW - YORK. I.IVE lots oi ground ou the west sidecfGreen - 1 wich - streel, between V'ettry aud Detbros - sss streets, 25 by W. Four do in the rear of the above, fronting on the east tide of Washington - street, 25 by liO. Eight do in the bloc k below, hetweeu Washington and Weit - streel. In Montgomery County. 0000 acres of Land in Lawrence's purchase, near Katt Canada Creek, on Uie north side ol tlie Mohawk. In Franklin County. 15,162 acres of Land, in Uie towns of Mount Morris and Dayton. in Ettrx County. ?l!3? acre of Lund in the tow a of Barry more. In the County of Lewis. 1C50 acres of land in Casterland. CUa'tiunii Purchase. In Saratoga County. SbOO acres in Palmer's purchase. Enquire ut Uie olCce of the tuotcriher, 34 Ce dar - street. BEV. ROBINSON. nili 17 tf Tf 1 I L T nil The stores and cellar roniu ol thnte threo storv house No. 10 and 12 Uroad - stieet. Also, agootl house at Greenwich, und one at Hailiriu, with two and a hall arres of ground. Dear Mauhattanville. Apply at 55 Rrondwny, or to vii.no. unnuM, Bp5tf 141 Front - street. tl'3 The following llouset, vis: "I beliaute No. U5 John - street 'The ImuM) No. 17 do The house and store No 395 Pearl - street The house aud store No. 1.1 Cherry - street JAMES W. SHAW, feb?1 No. S Bowery. JO LLT. i!niti 1 bote two lire proof divelline IIoum - i, o. 74 and 76 Mutt street, about ten minutt 1 walk from tbcCoPee Ilcute. 'I Vy will in? put in complete repair, and well calcuiuUd Airgcu - teel families. Apply at No. 137 Water - street, mh II tf A brick Stable, in Lumber street Kn quite at No t9 Greenwich - slrret. ap t4 tf Uctfi And immediate rissessi'4i given. One ot the best stands for a Board tne House, in this city, or it may be converted into office's, if more agreeable, and a more i.ublic and nieasatit situ - utiofl is not lo be found. Enquire at the cluce of the Lvtnins: I'osi, up 74 jVf - . J a iMytr one or more van. The lollnwing houses liou.e No. ?94 Ur..bdwar, two doors above U asiiinston Hall. with a coach house in the rear if required Also. a lhr e slory iirick hou No 415. in taid street. Alto, a new nnd gentet I two story brick house. comer or Lispenard and Uhurch - ttreels, Hit terms modi rate. For further particulars, apply at 415 tironrtway. mnz.iti il) Lt.T. The store No. SO Wall - street. Posse - siou may be had ioiincdiitely Apply at No. 18 hp 1 11 TO LET, A very convenient bouse, with about trail ii acre of ground, about a mile from the uty, adjoining I be house occupied by Mr. More - i ureeuwich and the Broadway road. Apply lo u , 10UX IU MURRAY, mhgjtf Hud - oo - squar. , TO 1. f T, A part of Uie store. Nu 111 p: - .t.. Ajpl tm the premise. jy 2 a of p Qv v TOLfl, The iiirg 3 - stury brick b4U "8 rar. - Ucci; ha every cuivcoieoc for a large 6mi - ly the lower part is shelved lor a dry good o hardwar store, and wdl be rented with Um bouse, or separata For particulars apply to ap2fl lw Wall - street. if'lS A large two story. House ai d about 10 aciesof land, between Uie 6 a id 7 mile stones. Uloomincdai) Kood. For particular enquire of NICK. UePEVrfTEK, apllltn N - ar tli Premises. rXA. liOUaE TO BE Juf i, if IU Situated about 2 3 - 4 a.ile from the City Had, ou lb)' old poit - road, and adjuining the houses of G. ic H. vte. I ne house is a ne illy finished one, and lit (or a iinall family i has michen and cellar. 2 Darlon. 3 bed - rooms, and good ceiled garrets. There is a small gardtu, and a stat Id fit r a hone aud gtg. inquire uext door to the premises, or al 64 .'Waideo - lane. ap 13 inislAt a low reut, and possession given ume - dialcly, tbe large aiid elegaut 3 lorj brick house No. 104 Greciiwich - ttreei, replete with every convenience lor a large fanuly, situate in one ol the most healthy and pleasant part of the city ; and belli; opeu to Wuhington - street, command fin view of the Hudson Kiver and Jersey aliore. If sold, the terms will be very easy, as most of the money may remain oo mortgage for 10 or 12 yean Apply at No. 133 or 142 fearl - street. aplU TO LKASE, oralenn of yiart. The house and lot No. 20 Cedar street, coutaining six rooms with lire placet, betides the kitchen, pautrits, vaults. c. ana a wen oi goou water. Fors - ie, the unexpired term, eleven years, i IhelulAio. 6'J Murruv streei. in the occupation William Patlers.m, on leuse from the Lpisco - J Church du St. Esprit Inquire of J. W. k vv. y,. DiULUUin, febiidtf No. 4 1 Pine - street. (tk TO BH SOLU At public vendue, on the premiies. oo Monday, the lourVhday of May. (if not previously disposed of at piivale sale) lha farm whereon the tubscrilier now resides situate in New - Ro - cbelle outuir.ing about sixty acres of excel lent land remarkably well wooded ai.d water ed a tolerable good home and barn thereon aithin half a mile of a Methodist and Baptist Meeting, au Episcopal Church, an Academy and t'reit'VU - rian Meeting ore ana a nun nines frowapuMic landing, where market boat ply weekly to and from New - York Pott Ou e within a mile. It is a desirable situation for the gentlemen and farmer. Any furUicr description is deemed unnecessary, as uone will buy without viewing, f or lurtber inlormanon enquire oi F.LIJAII WA III), No. 23 Bowery, Or the subscriber, on the premises ; who will give an indisputable title 6ir the same. inu'iAj iuviil. New - ftocliellc, April !3, IlilS. ap . TO I.LT, A convenient two story house, pleasant ly situated in Charles - street, Greenwich - a desirable residence for a cartmau or mechanic reut low. For particulars enquire at No S9 Murray - ttri - et. ap 14 tl ?t MOUNT VLHNON HOTEL. irTi TUEsiibicriher takes this method to ia - lurui the public that he has taken for tho ensuing enou that well knowu itand formerly occupied by DyJe, about five miles from the City Hall, on the Motion road, and mtendtto opeu it aa a public hoii"e lor tno reception oi company, on the first of Maynext, when getlemen and ladies will be accoinmodati - d with every oomfoit and clcgauce to be expected at such a house, on Uie mcl reaMtiiable Icrtnt. The bct of liquors of every tort will be always kept ready. EZRA CALDWELL. N. B. Wanted a good woman cook, ap 2 tm COLUMhU.v PICTURE GALLERY, 146 rOLTON.STKKET, (Ross's Luilihngs, near Broadway.) ' To connoisseurs nnd amateurs of tbe Fine Arts and to the en'ixhtened public of New - York. 'lHE proprittorof anuxtensive collection of L pictures, tne worxs 01 uio mnti emineni painters, having jutt arrived irom Europe, where hi has purchased Uieui from the cabinet ol Route, Naples, Florence, Paris, Amsterdam and London, at a very considerable ex pence, propo - tes to exhibit UVm to the ladies and gentlemen of this city and its vicinity. The exhibition will begin ou i huisduy, Ibtli ut April. 11 win ne inr uperinr to any as yet offered io the U. btatei, the pictures being undoubtedly originals consist ing 01 upwurusoi uu pictures, oy tne ueai uiaa - ters. Admission 50 cent rata, or one dollar per month. Hours from 10 in the inormn; to seven in the eveuiug. Catalogues may be had at Uie Gnllery. SIR JU iJ, Outf The store 6 1 Fultrn - street. Enquire on the premises. up 4 6w iriC(0rcxc"nPc1 r,,r ProPcr,y ,n tu, c,t) A neat country House 111 the vicinity of Eli - zahctlilown, (N.J ) beautifully situated on the Post - road 1 at present in the occupation ot Doct. Grant. It contains eight rooms with a niai.u in fivntxnd rear, a good kitchen, wash - house, milk - room, and ctller t there is also, a coach - house, stable for two horses, and other convenient out buildings, ail in good repair, about an acre of land, laid out in a hancWoine garden ai d orchard, which ailbrd a variety of Choice n un, asparagus, a.c. aiiu a wen ut - cellvnt water, vt ilti a good pump. Terms will be made liberal. Apply to JACKiUN & WOOLLEY, ap 25 Im 75 Wall street mont - alta. viiu For sale or to let, the beautiful place called Mont - Alta, seven miles from the CXy Hall, on the North Kiver, adjoining lord Cour tc:isy'. It contains 20 acres ot land under un provement. with a large garden in good conJi tioii, a variety of fruit trees, and every conve nit ncc a family may require. For terms, which are reasonable, aud 1! sold a long credit gn ea il wished, apply to N. ii D. TALCOTT, ap 20 64 Soath - sL r OR SALE. Richt lots of ground pleasantly situated on the north side of Stanton - street, nnd extending from r.siex to Norlolk - streett Alto, lour Istt adjoining thereto, and fronting 00 Eseex - ttrest, each lot brine 25 feet front and rear, hv 100 fuel in depth. These twelve lots may be purr hated at a very moderate price, for caslu ami it not dis posed of at private sale before the 7th day of Ivipy, they win on mat day be sold at pnnlic Auction, nt the Tontine Coffee llotise, at ISo'ckxk, by bLLr.CKr.lt V HlbUY, with whom a rsap of the x round it kit, for the inspection of those who may lie itiipoM d to purchase, ap 15 tmny7 TO LET. P,i; 1 11c 111.11BC 111 iiuiison - squarc. laieiv n. - t - .. . 1 occupied by John IL Murray, F.tq. It is Kpa - ciou and elegant, and poatessed of every re quetite convenience. Possession may be had immediately For terms, applv to MAJOR ti GILLESPIE,1 "9 (un stain) Pine - atreet. X. II. The above property ill be sold to any one desirous to purchase, and the pay ment uiade convenient. ap y TO I.F.T. itllil Tle small 3 story rnrk noose no rr Pear. - streeL saitable fnr a rereon carrTing on trade io the house, having a light garret and middling sited store PoseeMioa given imme diately. Enquire of ' DAVID 8TILLWAGOON. Boh 31 If Stooc - itrfnewBroad - etreet. TllR bOVJfD BOAT - LUTE. 'lb proprietors, with a Cw ' ' view oi aocooinjodufing the y,. .i public, by extending the line - J sm Norwich, wU wl making wiwi tbe Fulion, Capt. Law, and this route (if round practicable) will be couunucd during tlie season. 'I he line wiil in future be from New York to Norwich, as follows : The Connecticut, (.apt. Bunker, wiil leave New - sork every Monday. WtAnrxduu and Friduv. ut 8 o'clock, in the morning, lor New - riaveu. The Fulton, Capt Law, will leave A'urwui at 6 o'clock iu Uie morning of tlie same days, touch at A" cwLonduu and depart from thence for JVu - Haven at i ,'cloctf. The beau will meet at JVtir Haitn, and depart Irorn tlience every Monday, H tdiut - day and Friday, at 7 o'clock, iu ibe - evening the Couneclicut tor tw k erx, and tie Fulton lot Ji'rtc - lrtHuion and Jsoiuich. n '' I' W1L.1.UM 11OUKl.lt, A. - - - it cornrr of Fulton - street, New York, hav - ing received a large supply of tli real JAPAN BLACKING, of DaykMartm, 97 High Hol - born, Iudon, offer Uie same, in wliolesal or retail, for exportation, or home consumption, 00 terras the most liberal and advantageous to pur chasers. This iaestimable composition, with half the u - 4ual labor, produces a mo. - t hriMiant jet black, fully equal to the highest jnpan varnith ; afford - peculiar uouritbrneut to Uie leather ; it will not toil the finest lineu ; is erfectly free from any unpleasant tiucil ; and will retain iU virtues iu aay climate. As an Incontrovertible proof of tlie superior excellence of this blacking, it has stood the test and commanded the taot extensive sale in all ipjurters of the g!ube, for upward of half a cen tury, rcuio ROOSEVELT - STREET NOTICE. NOTICE it hereby given to all person! interested, that the commissioners of estimate and asM'tsinetit, nrpointed by the supreme court . . . . .'.L1.!.... .fV V .... I. ... VI jiiuicaiuru 01 inu tin'o o, new - vm, w i.' - forui certain duties relative to tbe enlurging and improving a part of Rooievelt street, between Uatavia Lane and Front - tt ret t. in the said city, have completed the estimate and as ttmeut, as well 01 tlie loss ami aamnge susiuiueu, over and above the benefit and advantage receiv ed, by the owners cf the land and premises re quired lor 1 lie said improvement, as aiso 01 inr beiu lit and advantage received of aad in certain land and picmises nut required lor said iru - orovenieut. And that we Ihetaid ci - oniimioa ershave tie posited a true top ol such estimate and aesestnient in the clerk's oifice of the city of New Voik.lor the intiection of whomsoever it mat concern. And notice is hereby further given, fli at the corrected and revised report of Uie taid commissioner of estimate and assessment, will be preteiitedto the supreme court of judicature of lhi. state of New - York, at the city hall of the city of New York, on Thursday, the se venth day of May next, at the opening 01 tlie taid court on Uiatday, or a soon thereafter at counsel can be heard thereon. Dated this 2Jd day of April, 18 18. ROGER STRONG, l Commiiiioners. JOHN FORBrJS, ftOAH JAKVIt ii I4t ap CROSS - STREET NOTICE. VTOTICE is hereby giveu to aU pertons inter - estet!, Ir.at tne tommniioners ol ettuunte and aMettnient appointed by the supreme court 01 judicature 01 the state ol fxew - YorK, 10 per loriu certain duties relative to the enlarg ing nnd improving Cross - street, in the sixth ward of the city ol Ne w - York, have completed their estimate and assessment, as well of the loss and damage sustained over and above the bene - lit and advantage received by tbe owners of the lar.'l aud premises reiiuiri.J lor said improve ment, as alto 01 the benefit and advantages received by the owners and parties interested of and in certain lands and premises not required lor the said improvements. And that we the said cnmiuistioners have deposited a tine copy of lucb estuuatK and atsettment, Ui the clerk's 01 - ficeol the city ol iNew - York, for the intection of whouitoever it may concern.. And notice is hereby ni'll.er given that the report of the said comuiit'innersof ettuunte and atseiFment will he presenU d to the supreme court of judicature ol the statu of New York, at Hid City Hall of the city ol New York, on Monday, the foiiith day of May n - xt, at tt.e opening ol the court on mat iy, or at toon theiealtru - counsel can h heard thereon Dated thin llUiday of April. lUllf. JOHN FORBES. 1 WILLIAM TOHRKY, Commiaiionert John l. lawrence; S np 17 I4t UENUY - sTREET NO TICE. TOTICE it hereby eiven to all persons inter Ll ested, Uiat the commissioner of estimate and astpssment, appointed hv the supreme court 01 judicature 01 me siaie 01 new xorx, toper form certam duties relative to the enlarging, ex tending and improving Henry - strrct, bttwecn (..Hilton and urand - ttreets. in the eizhth ward ol the city of New York, have completed their es timate and assessment, as well ol the loss and damage sustained over and above the hrnrut and auvnniage received hy the owners ol tha land and premiteirequirea tor ine said improvement, as also of Uie benefit and advantage received by the owners and parties interested of and in certain lands and premites not required lor the said improvement. And that we, the laid commission er, have deposited a true copy of such estimate ami aittttmeni in tne clerk's ollict, ol tlie city of New - York, for the inspection of whomtoevei it may concern ; and notice is hereby further given, that the rt nort of the aid comud (tinners of es timate and assessment will be presented to the supreme court of judicature of the state of N. York, at the City Hall ol the city of N. York, on Monday, the fourth day nf May next, at Uieopeaing of the court on that day, or as soon thereailer at cunel can he heard thereon. Dated this 17th day cfApri!. HUH. JU!1 fUllltM, 1 Wti.LI A M TO K R EY, Commii lioners HENRY MEIGS, ap 17 l it "I OA III) St LOIJCI.NG. Three or four Gen - M. 3 tlemen, can be genteelly accommoda e.l wiih permanent. Board and Lodging, or board without lodg.iig on reasonable tevnit, at No. 1(J r.roa.lttav. an 6t A LAI), in wanted, tor a term of years, in a JrY. lottery Office, No. 114 Broadway, one would he preferred who has bten in an office, good recommendations Will be required. ap ij HATS TOSIAH WILSON in J fjiuu hit frieuJi am! the public, that he ha removed his hat warehouse to 100 Broadway, lietwccn Maiden laneahJ Liberty - street, for the better accommodation ol tin retail custom' ers ; where he has constantly on baud, an exten sive supply, from his manufactory, of LaJies' Beaver Hats, comprising every fashion and de scription of (oh.r, quality, and variety of pat fern the workmanship excellent, and adapted to this or any other market. He keeH on band (which he receives regularly, onre a week, Irom his factory) a conttanltupply of Uie first quality of Gentlemen's American tieavtrllats, manu factum! under hit own inflection, of durabl. and excellent materials finished in Uie neatest aud mxt fahionabl style. J. W. also has for sale at his warehouse, a large and regularly replenished assortment of eentle - meu's fashionable lxndon Beaver Hats. Mleriel with great care, as to worktnaiship and quality. Likewise, American manufactured bats, of every dtsrriptioo and kind, toitibl to this or any other market. ' mch 30 Sxw'd Swibc and caaADAiteaiaiifTA(iX - ' TWU.B TWU WMK. ' I LAVrA ftewburgheve - jj II n Sunday. TueSdav. and Ihurtday uioroinxs, at three o'clock, runs thtough MontgouMry, Bloouiiogbuigh, Monticelio, by White Lake, Co - brcton, Mount Pleasant, tin - at Bend, Cheuanjto Pcint, Otvega, Ittica, and Jc - oeva, toCauandiiigua. Keturnmg leai es Canandaigua every Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning at three o'clock, and arrives at Newburgh, the third day in time to take tlie Steim - boats which arrive in New - Yoik the following morning. (Tjj' may tie trperted Oiat ai ait hunt when ihe ilfam - lx'Ott alttr their days 1 tuunwg, that thit line will t'ltr to es lo meet them. Tbe whole route wdl be perfumed in three days, from the first of May, until the first of November ar.d trom tlie brst ot November until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March 1111 il the first of May, in f ur days and from Uie IJth IKcember, until the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York ami run from thence to Canaodaigva in four day. Passenger travelling from New - York to anaurlaigiia, Niagara or Buffalo, &oi leave N York in tlie evening steam - boats, and arrive n Canandaigiia iu tin ee dav a distance of three hundred mil s. 1 he line is well funushed with good new carriage ; good homes, and careful and expo ienced I river Every atten tion will he paid iu render the passage ol the traveller safe, easy and expeditious 1 and it 1 believed that tlie accommodations oil thia line are equal to any tine in the state. Cf" FARF. from Newburgh to Canandaigiia FUUKTEKN HOLLA US - N. U. A' b - uiiclt 'if the same line run three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line runs from Gwego Tioga Point, thence through Newtown and Paiiutd Post, to Bath, c. . BAGGAGE, as usual, at tlie risk of the owners. David Godfrey, Blonmiuguurgh,' F.. St. John. Mount Pleasant. L. U R. Mai.ning, Cheuaogo, IProprie - Lutiie uerc, itiiica, I tors. Suuiuel Gieeiiliff, Geneva, Oliver I'htlpi, Laming, mh 14 d6in INIHGES'TION, or SOUR STOMACH, IS acknowledged by medical writers to be a complaint ol stubborn kind, and at oil timet very diificult of cure. This is tullicieully illustrated iu tne disappointment of those who unlor - tunately suiter under it, as the , for the most part, find thai afttr having tried many tlnnst to little or no puiKse, they are at last obliged to uie (lor perhaps the remaiudcr of life) such articles as can at best but palliate Uie disease. L'niler tucli ixcuinttantes, any medicine capable of remo ving ine compiuiot, idusi surely be an article highly deserving the attention oi all Ib ise who are afflicted with it ; such a combination it to be met with iu DR. MEAD'S ANTl - DYcEP - TIC or STOMACH PILLS the success of which has never yet been equalled, for the cure of dyspepsia in its most com cheated form, sucn as loss of appetite, nau - ea, heartburn, flatulency, knawmg pain in the ttomacb, pain in the side, great cottivei.ett, paleness in the countenance, languor, lownes of spirits, pain in the head, virtigo or giddiness, and disturbed sleep. Whoever applim there pills in the above disease, according to the directions, will never be disappointed, as they hate never been once known to lail in producing a radical and permanent cure. The use of a single box will convince tbe luost unbclievir.g of their efficacy. They will most effectually remove all touincit of the stomach, not merely by 1 rulriilizing tne aeid, but by correcting that morbid state ol theiecretioot which givea rite to it, and ai the same time will rettore lo the debilitated organs of digestion, that tone and vigour which is absolutely necessary to the well Uingof the animal economy. Price one dollar per box. Forsnln hy JOHN C. MORRIsON, Druggist, No. 11U Greenwich - street. Where may be bud. wholesale und retail, a large and general aitortment of genuine Drugs ami wemcHies : surgeons instruments; Apotne cary's Gluts Ware ; English and American Pa tent Medicines. Also, Dyer's and Fuller's aiti rles, Medicine Chetts, Aic. On liberal terms. mh5 2iu 603THKH - K Illtl KlCT OF ITEW - XORK, IS. nE it remembered, Tuat on the second day of April, in the lorty lecond y ear ol lhe Independence of the United State! ol America, William J i.nsnn, of the said district, hath deositt d 111 Una oflii e the ti'le of a hook, the ri"ht vvbereol he claims at author, in the words andfigwtil fol - Icwinj;, to wit : 11 Reports of catet adjudgetl in tlie rnurt ol Chancery of New - York : by William Johnson, Counsel lor at Law, vol. II ; containing the cutet from January, l&lfj, to Septeuibur, 1U17, iuclu - tive." 1 in conformity to the act of the congress of Uie United States, entitled. " An act for tne encouragement of learning, hy securing the copies ol map, charts aud books, to Uie authors and proprietor! of such copies during the tin.es therein mentioned;" and also to an act, entitled, "An act, supplementary to an ort, entitled, an act for tht eucouragemeut of learning, by securing Uie copies of maps, 1 hails and books, to the authors und proprietors of such copies, during the times therein mentioned, and extending the beiielilt thereof to Uie arts of designing, engraving, aud etching historical and other prints." JAMES DILL. Clerk of the southern district of New - Y ork. ap 13 4w lUue.i .U ULOu.MI.VU DA tt., Tbe bouse and grounds belonging to Uie (Hate of John Shaw, titiiate.1 on tlieeishth ave nue. Ou the premises are an excellent double house, stable, coach and ice lioue, with every Inns elte requisite lor sucb an establithmeiit. l it prciuiucd any other description it unnecessary, at those inclined to rent will view the place. Alio. tne large uie piooi store in ll.e learol housesl I and Id Pearl - street ; where there is lot sale some eld Madera Wine, by Uie Demijohn. r or mruier particulars, appiy 10 A.A Al. SHAW, Jan 29 11 Pearl - ttreeL DR Dli ANGEL1S, formerly practitioner of Medicine in Uie mili ary Uoenitulsnf iV mi les, and aduutted a member of the Medical So ciety of .Sew - York, where he liisreiidedtii.ee cue year i vo, ana ins reputation ana succei - s in practice, is now estahlisl.ed in Uie knowledge nf cue puonc ny nrnr 'U veurs expench'e, ronii.i - uc to be consulted at hit office, No. 2i2 Water, tlreet, opposite . rune aharf. In Ubeumatic and eiiereal cases. Dr. De An xelit has been vtoudirlully succesful ; and the most terrible enects oi tuote disorder have Ire quently Iwen cured by him in a short space ol ti ne without inconvenience to the patient. iiiiiirucnoiis, uu ert in the throat and palate, stiffness of the joints, paint in the hmhs. eruutioiir oi inr kiu, luseu.er wiui a nuuieruui train ol eviU, arinos from neglect or imnroperly treating of the mo - t insidious oi maladies, have uiicn win to hit mode of tre - tment in au almost incredible maimer. His extraordinary success it, inagre.il Measure attribuiahle to hin well knunn Ai.ti - rheumatic aad Auti - Sjphiiic Syrups, which, whilst they eradicate every form of disease, r. s - tore the emac iated patient to vigor, and health. aplC lui - as?r - rja - BJ'fp , J.EE9 ITCH UIAT.VE.Y1; Ilr ARR ANTED an infallible remedy at one T ? application, msy be used with 'terfei t Hfety on infants a week old, titl roiilnin;ng a particle ot mercury ,cr any dang?mus irreJitut whatever, and net arcumpaicd with that offensive smell a luch attiodt the application of other remediet. The above medicine are prepared an.l sold at LEK'S Iedicine Store, No. 4j Maiden - Laue. and sold by S. CARLE, cornci of Fulton ami Water - streets. lnigsists and country itort keepers sofplird on liberal ternu, . JaaS9 A duKanii i f ethckaoif kew te AsiW. . teta thmgs that difi. 6 Hil..o.H' ty to repeat tome oo.er.; - ' tie abuse of MERCURY rash, ludiscriminate, aad auouaif fied use thereof, , aTheen prMut tivo of inCaite .i - t.Jt Jm?06" re annuallv nwm..i: , . . J no. nice. I U disease we have in view eVv. Iff; ' tul ieti.it chietiv to thissourr - 7cflv? ,u.'t Ti I ' .mni OUl Of . f U disease we have in JZ. ..zl M that a young man, the hoaes of hi. llzZ. P" the da.img oflus parents, should be nnei.lA way ircn. a - l the protU and enjoyWi.V by the confluences of one umjuarded c'll tnd by a disease not in ,t, ownCfTO which only prove! to from neglect i i. ' M rentaic - M.'" A gllemaj7B(lai; W'0""' iciitj now perfeeliy heary and well hll i1 under ph)iciaDs of genei j practicetiTv r.d repeaUdlysaiivahdj when reroi',, Dr. II. (by a grnUedian of this cityThi. i!lU were carious, and hi flesn droT.pr from f h bis fricuus declared he rooid not pot My. t wo mom lis longer. Thousand ex& ?',v know wiU. what ease aud ty"tmffaiM,T tales the severest cases, and confirmi thl'era tutiou. The Doctor's plan fadverUluVa cessary to guard the public agaiut U tt.,!! 61 ...ercury, and etuer fatal delusions, held fo",tl' Persons, therefore. havir ,u'''n - . vale disorder, or suspecting Iaie0 tins; Im. - ? " admonished not to tamper stith their '. " lion, or couceal the unorder, tillT. Ut - " ry ; others haviug the lem.uu. cf u 1'" or other impurities of the Wood, ., V; J Cd", er complainU of. a delicate iC ,! ex. stiiHtid remember posterity. s.,h' a tltht to their consciences, by taaliD, .nni,U,!!c lorr. - H. at hi. old and Sttfilca,u? Iisbmeut, No. 61 Water - street, foVhoJ ol Old - slip, to obtain that prompt u!j?. lone calculated to prevent discloiure T And t let me ciaiiu your serious BltentioiiUu."'! a superficial cure is no cure at all ; unies tS tmessi radically done, you will cert, in'r f. the disorder break out again wiUi redouhfcd iillitl v. let mm A filttirsw iiri.,t . u ' rvw I'c.imiis uien will be too LUt for rcmet!. DouH y,lU oftfcn "Jg the street miserable, mutilated heiiits. ,iul . even a tit of uoe on Uieir face .' I beseech 70u. aae wajaitj, Dr. II'.. character for skill and stuhhorn inl. gri'y being universally kaown in tail city. t,tu lo04,Kuarai,iee to putieuU that delicacy enilss! crecy hitherto unknown, aud having confined ti practice foryear pai.t, exclusively to tt.e cure of I' - .seaJet of Uie blood system, Uiey luaymjelycal i - utale on Uie most decided w2vaiiWe4 in - os tutting Dr. II. " Gleets eradicated in tw or three weeki - Strictures removed without bougiei or any ether instrument ; and all debilities; likewisu til old ulcerations, fistula's &c. A plurality of Offices are prorided, and to tits, 'ded that patients are not exposed toeccii otiier't observation. Open till half past 9 in Uie eveaitg Al! pei soos concerned are invited to be free i calling, and speaking witli Dr. f I. which is ire of cosL And here the Doctor cannot avoid tht expression of gratitude for innumerable recon. meuiUtions, and for the decided preference (it u presumed with just cause) loaz eiven him k. judicious puhlic. i . v. aii letters mutt be post paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 57 Iv XMTUEU (iUALh tMY Auk IMtUSI - HOJf. Dill. EVANsf Kuperw method of caring a certain Disease, it now miivei - tally acknowledged in this city ; his mode ot treatment is perfec tly mild. safe. ei i.'cuiuoii. and tus cliargn i reasonable. In every ii. dance he warrant a curs. aud will return Uie pay if h tto contract. I'. .a .tpi. ...I lurrnf . I i , 1 here are many persons in Ibis city and itse - cinity, laboring under various chronic diseases, sucb us cancers, old inveterate ulcers, scrofula or kings evil, fistulas, diseases of the urethra, bladder andkidnies, old complicated complaints of a certain nature, bilious and other oostrac. lions, rheumatism, ic. which they consider iaci - rable, they can certainly be cured (in general) hy applying at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, , 9, Peck - slip, having practised iu exhliiiis hospitals in Europe It! years, under some ol to hnt burgeons uad Physicians in Uie world, aW made - thme obstinate diseases his constant titer for 3fTver.rs. , Of it fj 7 The subscriber havinz recently return! from England with an important improveoiratoa the artdicial spring LLCs he takes this method of informing his frieLiI and the public, that lU those who arc to uulortuDate as to be In want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by ap ply mg at Ao. 77 Barclay - street, New York. Jan Tl VVM. PCRViS. frt - WHEATON A DA VTS, Fancy Chair Matufuc turers, No. 153 Fuiton - ttrtet, opiiotite St. Pauls Church oiler for sale, wholesale tad retail, a large and elegant sort men t uf Curld Maple, plain painted and ornamented in gold k bronre, Batitboo, Plain and Cilt Balls, Rocking, Sewing, and CoBvent - liou Chairs. Sofat. Settees, Loungee, Muiic Stools, a: c. urders irom any part ot tbe contir - enl execiK' wiin neatness aua eispatch. Old Chairs repaired, painted and ornamentte. mh 9 Afjy DnESSLYO UOOM. FRUME VTO, No. 1 Wall - ttreet,J A. . turned from Italy, hat Uie honour te aw1 the gentlemen, that he cutt and dreset Biui the latest style, and io manner so as to aoop it to the phisiognomy. He has for sale 9"snT ty of RAZORS of the first quality, " wi" not please on trial, Uie purchaser aie at to rvturn them, and receive tlie money - I" ' likewise procured a very fine hone, acd ens if" to lestore razors to a very keen edge and w they not rut he will receive no rccomp"cVj Thote genilcmen who mav please to b"norJJ with tla ir patronage, may dend on Uie particular and respectful attendance - ' - N. B. Gentlemen who subscribe tJW'f'rrC fer will have their razor, ac. ktpt excluuvey lor Uieinselve. , .) P. S. A good journeyman wanted. PrJ as nSove. . rt" o run - - - ir., ,tj. - "IlC CIRCULATING LIBRARY,!'" ff t.mstrce n.sir Broadway, cpnsir r extensive i.nd choice collection of ''istori, i: I. - Mimtir.rM. I." veis, voyages, mnjufnj, , tah - s, piaj s, reviews, magariner, 4:c. Ualahvuetma be examined at the hhrarj - wl ii h is open lor subscribers, as usual. - mli4tf NEW - YORK : PRLYTEU AA'D PlliLlSIlZD ....... r - r ryf lj rn 4 tf X CO No. .n .1 .1 - T (IPPOSITIV TSUi Bank Cors - FK - liocsa:

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