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. 'v - . V ' y 4 . THE NM TUESDAY, MAY 12, (818. NUMBER 4964 NO. 49 WILUAMTItEET. F, LISBON. tfti Th ketch MARIA, Raiuey i will rail V ? "on Wednesday next, and can accoinme - 4 paenSer. Apply on board, at pier m1& a Washington - st. " FOR SALE, rfK The brig HOPE, 130 tons; carries " "l 100 barrel, t yean old, a first rate HcTof ber class, an J in complete or der to receive a cargo; lying east side Feck - slip ; will be . loM readable pplyW . . . ic. ft C. IV. DA V EXPORT Si CO. mar 4 For HE KB ICH andDEMERAJtA, - i - l, - ; PAVOR1TB. J. "A'Beeman. master, lo ail Klti May. Fur pgc, apply to G0RGRL VCy . No. 4 Fullon - lip. ' A few Horses will be taken on freight. ap 28 tf HUM. MOLASSES ftc ZIW puncneoui une flavoured Tobago Rum - 42 do retailing Molasses, received per brig Benjamin . ' . . . . 190 puncheons Rum, received per bng Ante - lope, from Tobago, and lorjn.e b , .44 South - street. "T Ti l AMEs D'WOLF. Junr. has removed irom 7 J Front - street to 54 South - street, and offers for tale cerooni toulb American Tallow 25 torn clean St. Fetershurgh Hemp, few belts first quality Russia Duck; German Steel in boxes, untitled to drawback. . 1C000 lb. Green twee do 85 boxe China tnhlc setts 172 pieces each 10 hhdi pure Spirits 1 cane Platilln. my 5 R" ICHMOSU FLOUR. 0 variety Mills, suitable for linkers, for sale by 5 1IVIK BETH UN E ft CO. ,v i h'.UtCV UOuDH. SIX cases of new and elegant fancy articles, such as ... . Ladies' work boxes and dressing case?, very ele gant "Writing desks, elegantly gilt and plain Gilt and painted r.irJ. racks, Fan racks Fire and candle screens, painted in a superior mnnuer, with gilt and colored handles Backgamon boards Mnline and morocco work baskets Geutlemeu's (having apparatus, Pouches and dressing cases, complete Morocco and mahogany portable desks A few Russia leather do. very superb Some very elegant portfolios with gilt locks and pockets 'Elegantly gilt lierdcrs and plain Morocco, Russia and roan pocket books, of various descriptions Spring wallet', of Ru.sia and Morocco, with many othor articles loo numerous to oieutioa. For sale wholesale and retail, by N. SMITH DAVIE!?, p23 . No. 151 Broadway. hl.ANL ii iNtW - OM.LKA:S COTTON. 64 bales prime Upland Cotton, landing from sloop Wave, from (savannah 63 bales New - Orleans Cotton, landing from ship Maria Caroline, for sale by POTT ft M'KINNE, - i: 56 fcouto - strfiet. - , fnflore. - ' . 109 bales Upland Cotton 29 do New - Orleans do - 32 rernon Cuba Tobacco 36 boxes Window Glass 6.1 pipes Catalonia Wine 11 pipes O. L. 1. Madeira Wine ; has been imported 5 venrs 9 or. casks Malaga Wine 5000 Demijohns 113 tons Swedes Iron, assorted sizes, ap 27 58 CAstit CANTON OOOL0, vn - 12 cases col'd Canton Crapes 4 do black do do 2 do col'd Nankin do 1 do black do do 3 do Crape Shawls 1 do black CambleU 1 do mix'd Silk do 2 do Chang'ble Sarsneti 2 do do Levantines 1 do black do 4 do SilkUrfkfs 1 do Birds Eye do 1 do Col'd Concans 20 do Sewing Silk, (Italian style) 2 do Siochews 1 do Sarsnets. ALSO, Company lone and shnrt Yellow Nankins, for sale by MARCH LOW, apSO 210 Broadway. q - HJBACCO, COTTON SUGAR. 150 X hhds. Virginia Tobacco , ' . 90 bales Jallooo Cotton, superior quality 50 bags double boiled Calcutta Suar, (ur sale at 6? South street, by my 5 CAMBRKLENGft TEARPON. rpiN PLATE, Aic - 17S boxes Tin Nate, as - J sorted 10,000 lbs. India Block Tin 8,1)00 lbs. Iron Wire, assorted from No. 1 to lis, lor sale by ASON . rUKLrs, ap30 103 Front - street. f OHN ABR.M. WILLINK ft CO. offer for 9 sale 35 cases superior B'tural Incliio Several casks smalt, particularly desirable ror Dienrnera and paper makers 4 casks hardware A few bales cassimere and shalloon's, shawls sp 20 SHOES. Just received 40 parknge. Those, together with a large and general assortment before on hand, areoffeml for sale by the pack age or aoxen, on reasonable terms, ey THOS. WITT, myllw ", No. S72 I'eari - strect. TTTRt.lMA TOBACCO. 80 bl.ds. good v oii nirninoiid anil l'ilersrurg Tobacco 30 do prime quality Richmond do 190 do . do new do do 1150 k'gs Manufacture! do do of various brmds and (inalities, for sale br my 5 BOOKMAN ft JOHNSTON. tlUKN JViF.AL 100 Idids. t'.O Inrrels tirs quality kiln dried vellow Corn Meal, fresh uuui me.tiuis, lorsoie ny TUCKER ft LAURIF.S, my 4 e9bouihsiret. iVTESSand PRIME PORK. - 34 and an half barrels, said to be a very superior lot, will be sold from the vessel ut th lowest market pnee. Apply to J 6 CORNELIUS PITROI3. LNGLISH LLAVkU IUl3. - Jca.nL L - 4 doa Beaver Hats, inst received, and fhrsale ' TUCKER k LAUR1ES, J1 ft 99 tjonth - strect. T Aiyk.T.Mjl I.AUA ll'JA ttr. twenty gallixi casks sweet Malaga wine 100 boxes bloom miins 37 ca.ks soft shelled almonds, landinsr this arnVnj, 'fmm ;hr. Ariadne, at Fly - market - lor sale by G. G. ft S. DOWLAND, mT 77 Washinton - st. A LL or.lfrs received and alteatled toforlav - t. '"d repairing the Manhattan lead and and cistern or sm!t rn, or lead ZL i , SAMUEL bTAKKfcT, T 6 U No. U Chambei - street. TTOES. A few casks of Patent and Common .muni ii n a iviniM riivi ri i ma nrart.i manufacture, jost received aod for sale by . vrirDi:rw i. out - , ny'ri - ap30 2w At No. 131 Water - street. CANUtba.ou coxes rsieru fliouia .candles, for sale by ap30 JOS. OSBORN, 28 South - street. Htthmond and lyiichburg mmufaeturtd f0H4CC0. - g Qte?s otflanding frem sandry ves - X vf 'VPeU, of the following qualities and brands . 63 keS btieiton n Williamson, b nanus, 1, 2, 3 Aj do P. Miller k Co. 8 3a do J. P. Ege, 45 do George Fletcher, 8 1,2 Is ' l. Is s 2 108 do John Endors, 8 144 do D. R. Ross, 8 53 do P. Holla & Co. 8 61 do Anderson, Blair It M'Keage, 8, 122 do J erst Hare ft Co. 8 110 do R. Hughes ft Co. 8 8 8 12 63 do R. Cantor, 45 do F. G. Crenshaw, 21 do R. Ilatton, 87 do J. ft P. Labby, 8, & lady's twist 81 do H. Starr, 8,halflb.rolls Most of the above brands are well known and approved of in this market, on account of the quality, and uniformity of the different numbers by which tbe qual ities are designated, r or sale by CORNELIUS I)U BOIS, apStl 3b front - street. OO.MLis'l'IC ft OTHER WARES. THE sub&cnbers keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of tbe following goods, viz Dutch and English Gunny Bags, Popes Heads Crumb brushes Bellows, fancy and common Brooms Duster, or Counter Brushes Hearth Brushes, fan cy and common Do for Blacksmiths Hall and Entry Mats riean uo uo uo Cloth do do do Weavers do White Wash do Shoe ft Scrubbing do Paint Brushes and rails ami l uus Wheel - Barrows Fine Wire Sieves Do Hair do Whips of every description Seine, sewing, wrapping, baletng aod ball Twine Fish Lines Sash Tools ('lamps, 4, 7, 8 row Furniture Brushes Horse do Bed Cords, Clothes Lints Shoe Sadlers Thread Sash Cords, , Trace Ropos Wrought aod Cut .tails and Brails Dearborn's Ballan ces, ftc. Which they will sell wholesale or retail oa U beral terms. CEURA CUMING, ap 23 76 Pearl - street. Qr7 nhUIJVIA TOH.1CCO ft FLOUR. tJ sf hhds old Virginia tobacco 55 do new crop do do vl 60 bbls fine dour " 15 do middling do. For sale br VASQUE6', NEURON ft CLEEMAN, Feb 7 tf No. 72 Waohinirton - st. UOMKHY, fL.iAJVKL, JHIMI, ke. MEN'S and women's cotton stoc kings A few bales superfine white flunuel, very wide do do red and yellow do Berlin and military cords Green table covert, different sizes Best London pins, 3 1 - 2, 4, 4 1 - 2,5 nv it pins, 1 - 4, 1 - 2 and lib Mourning pins and short whites ' . ; While chapel needles, assorted Brass wire No. 24 and 25 Card wire No. 27 and 32 Hooks and eyes. Thimbles Aim on hand, English looking glass pNtes, tmsil vered For sale by ATKINSONS ft FLEMING, ap 20 3w 167 Tearl - st. PLASTER OF PARIS MANUFACTORfT At the foot of Harrison - street, North - River. f SPHERE mnnufaclered Plaster, for corals' V ces and other irarnoses. mar be had, war ranted of the first quality, at out ditliar tnd iKtn - If Are eenltper buihel. The manufactory is conducted by Mr. John Tucker, who has served a regular apprenticeship to the mason business. mh2l JOHN die. lis. AMERICAN GOODS. WM. F. ft 8AML. MOTT, No. 166 Pearl street, offer lor sale the following Ameri can cotton aod woollen goods : 5 cases Brown burnings 4 do bleached do 5 do 3 - 4 Checks ; 7 do 4 - 4 do 4 do Cotton Balls 2 do Sewing Thread 2 do Knitting Yarn ; 2 do Saltinetts 20 rases Plaids 5 do Blue Stripes ; 5 do Bed Ticks 1 do Denims; I do Milinets 40 do Twist and Filling, assorted from No. 10 bales Caodlewick. 5 to 12 4th mo. 24 2w Mr. BA LLETti Madame GOQUET, No. 7 Nassao - street, HAVE the honor to inform the public in general aud the ladies of New - York iu particular, that they manufacture and have constantly on hand an assortment of artificial flowers. At their store are alsa to be found, and to be disposcdofbywholcs - .de and retail, Perfumery of every description, among which are the celebrated Lail Virginal, and the most approved essences and pomatums lor Iho complexion. Torto'ne shell combs and thimbles A complete assortment of worked dresses, shawls, fichus and bands Umbrellas and parasols Merino, knit and velvet ridicules $ silk fichus (Stockings and gloves for ladies and gentlemen Ladies' elastic garters , Spring and ball silk dresses Ball to. embroidered with chenille and ornamented with liowcrs s silk scarfs fronclle and silk shoes Levantine, florences, satins, taffetas, tc. And in slsort, every thing coonected with the ladies' toilette. ap25 Im frfk"! . WHITE LEAD, ftc ftc. J J kegs London White Lead in oil 30 barrels do Dry White Lead 8 tons Red Lead 30 barrels Brist - I Red Ochre 20 do Venetian Bed ; toes fine Litharge l hothead Whiting 60 casks Paris White : 2 hbds. erdign 50 tierce t rench Yellow Ochre 5 kegs Vermillion 4 casks Prussiaa Blue, 40fHb. Crome Yellow; Patent Yellow Spanish. Brown, Venetian Red,' Yrllow, S.INOIL.' Black, I Verdigris, J Lampbl - wk ; Ivory Black ; Perple Brown Spirits Tnro - ntine ; Lintseed Oil 400 bosfs Window iliss, assorted For sale on the lowest terms, for cash or at ttsort credit, by PETER SCHERMERHORN H SONS, my 1 243 Water - street TIN PLATE, TEA ftc 150 boxes Tia plate, assorted 12,000 pwmds India block Tia ' 8.000 do Iron Wire, assorted 1,500 do oW Copper . 40 chests Hyson Skin Tea, ftw sale by ANSON O. PHELPS, my 6 1GJ Front - street. MOLASSES. CO hhds and 1 tierce retailing Havana Molasses, landin" from scbr on, capt. LIls, front Havana, at Burling - slip, West pier, for sale by N. ft D. TALCOTT, my 6 C4 South - street. C - G. ft 8. HOW LAND, 7 - 7 . Washington - si. J. offer for sale 60 boxes brown Havana Sugar. 40 bags Race Ginger 7 pipes old Sherry Wine 2 do do Lisbon do, 12 boxes Claret ' 400 oval Demijohns, 5 casks Antimony 100 bbls ground Camwood 10 tons Linunivilue 3 cases Toys, A kegs Vermillion 400 India round Moor Mats 20 slabs India block Tin 35 hbds first quality Quercitron Bark Writinr. Wraiipintf and Printine Paper' A small invoice ol Calcutta coods, iust receiv ed, consisting ol tsaiius, bannnhs, Mamooaies, Gurrahi and ('hecks. my 6 tJUGAR. 34bhda. 2d qual. Muscovado, foj sale at 35 Peck - slip, by my 2 R. ft C. W. DAV ENPORT it CO. State of S tit - York Comptroller1 1 tiffin. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, that sealed proposals will be received at this office until Monday the 25th ol May next, lor the pur ..i ...u, n - . r ...... Aia tt. 100 dollars or Hie three per cent. Mock ol the funded debt of the UuitcU States, owned by this state, The Stock, if sold, will he transferred on the first day of July next, at which time, payment must he inane by the purchaser or purchasers, at the Bunk of New - York in the city of New - York. The proposals will be opened on the said 25th day of May next aod the best offer or offers will be accepted ; provided the offers be such as shall, consistent with the interests ol the stale, warrant the acceptance of any of them. If any offer or offers shall be accepted, infor mation thereof shall be immediately communicated to tiiepersou or persons so - offering ; and it is expected add required that such person or persons shall llten give satif factory security for the payment ai tne lime stipulated. ARCH'D M'INTYRE, Comptroller. Albany, April 27, lfll8. np30 tM85 tVH HALE or IX) LET. And possession given the 1st of May, a new und convenient House ni me basement pi&n, finished in the best posihle manner, situated in Pearl - street, near the Battery, aod adjoining the new house ol Mr. Uranus. For particulars enquire of ROBERT R. HUNTER, No. 135 Greenwich, corner of Liberty - street, ap 28 2w l OH HALE A farm of between sixty and seventy acres, situate on the west bauk ol Luke Otsego, and one mue irom ine vuiase oi uouiiersiown. On it are anew stone house 54 feet square ; a new farm house, barn, ftc. It forms a Desirable es. tahlishuient for a gcntlriunn wishing to retire snlo t in conntrv. as us situation, as to prosper!, convenience to market, ftc. is not surpassed by any in the interior of the state. It will be sold low for cash, on a credit, or exchanged for pro perty in this city, goods, ic. a ppiy o II. LJ x IX. ccuuniL n, mv7tf Law Buildings. . - REAL ESTATE. IN pursuance ol an order of tlie honorable the court ofchancery, dated the 24th day of April, 1818. we. the undersieiied, trustees of the estate of Henry Dover, deceased, will sell at public aeciion, on iitursaay, ine xomuaj ui tjr instant, the following real estate : Lot No. 7 Doyer street, nineteen feet front and urhtaea feet rear. 56 rWt (kter. oa sosiibeMierlv and 47 feet on nortnwesleriy sines, lie ine same more or suss i anu as now in hukiiiuu vi oir. William Arustroog ; subject to a lease which will expire on tbe 1st May, ltftiO, at a ground rent of 50 dollars per annum. Lot No. 12 Dover street, 20 feet front, 22 rear. 40 feel 4 inches deep on soutneny ana oi ieei on northerly side, be Uie same more or less, as now or late in possesiiooofCol. Wm. Few, subject to alease, which will expire on the 1st May, 1 824, at a ground rent of 40 dollars per annum. Lot No. 13 Doyer - sheet, M feet front and 2t rear. 51 feet deep on southerly aod 54 feet 6 inch es on the northerly side, be the same more or less, as now in the possession ol ivir. wnvid wunsoa; subject to alease which will expire on the 1st May, iu4, at a grounu rent oi ininy six uuuan per annum. tatNo. 15 Doyer street, 25 feet front and 33 feet rear, 54 feet 6 inches deep on Southerly and 68 feet 3 inches on Northerly side, be the same more or less, as now in posession of Mr. William Shatzel subject to a lease which will expiic on the 1st May, 1824, at aground rent of tcrtydoj - lars per annum. lAn ro. in uoyer street, 20 ieei irom ana feet 6 inches rear, 21 feet deep on southerly and 21 feet on northerly sides, be the same more or less, and as now or late in possession of Col. Wm. l ew 1 subject to a lease which will expire on ine Istol Way, 104, at aground rent 01 loaonars per annum. Lot No. 13 Pell street, 29 feet front and 9 feet 6 incites rear, 50 feet deep, be the same more or less, as now inipofrsessioa 01 Uie estate 01 win Gray, deceased 1 subiect to a lease which Kill expire on the 1st May, 1821, at a ground rent of thirty dollars per annum. Lot No. 21 Pell street, 21 feet front and rear, 56 feet 0 inches deep on easterly, and 58 feel 4 inches on westerly sides, be tlie same more or less, as now - in possession of Mr. Wm. I. Wal - dron; subject to a lease, which will expire 00 the 1st day ol May, 1824, at a ground rent 01 4U Dollars per annum. Lot No 25 rell street, 31 leei irom, & icei j inrbes rear. 60 feet deep on easterly, and 66 feel 5 inches on westerly sines, be the same more or less, as now hi nossession of John Heyer: sub iect to a leae which will expire on tbe 1st May, Wii, at a ground rent ol dollars. House aud lot No. 2J Pell street. 21 feet front and rear, and 5K feet 4 iuches deep on eagerly, and 60 feet on westerly sides, be live same more or lets, as now in possession 01 Mr. Joseph Butler. The improvements oa the leased lots to be valued and paid for by t:ie purchaser, at the expiration of tlie lease. Terms of sale, cash, on the delivery of the deeds. Any further information which may be required will be given by either of the subscribers. ISAAC 8. DOUGLASS, ADRIAN It VAN BOKKELEV. Tlie above property will he sold at tbe Tontine Coffi - e House, on the above - mentioned day, by Messrs. I RANK LIN ft MIN1UKN, Auctioneers, my 7 tds fOtt 3.1 LE, OH UO LE1 A Inrra turn atnrv. Hniiv KnH Skbout 10 jfc, - - - ,. - j i acre of land, between the 6 and 7 mile stones. Bloominsdaie Road, for particulars enquire of NICKS. DePEYfTER, ap 1 1 1m Near the Premises. SbftCEN OliPtlANa COURT, Of tlie Term of March, 1818. Catharine Schoyler, Administratrix tx. f 04 Joha A. bchajler Rule, trader Statute, deceased. "pHK court order and direct. That Catharine X Schuyler administratrix of the goods, chattels and credits of John A. Schuyler, deceased, 1 U1 1.. t l.m rr.lilnr. f th Amfm. I deat to bring in their claims and demands against UIC csiaw l lire ..mi . .u vw ... fimtriy ofMay, i the yew of or.Lord eish - teen horfsl wid DiNetea. by putting opooQcf slk AFs asa fsssMB Asf 1 K BSflSSlf nuKlir nlftM 111 , w wjai tuascsv s s w v, mv v - ' - - the coaoly of Bergen, for the tpmre of two : - . - J - .1. m4. - ..mimr frsV tta ms fns fl K IlksV ihihed in the rtate of Ner - Jerey9 wdia a newt - a ... . r aprr pnaieo ana rmoiuiRaiiucijvi ork. A true transcript frtrn the record, ap 23 2a JOHN A. BOYD, Sur'gste. LIFE LfSVlAJifCK. fte. tt5"Th UNION INSL'RAXCF. COMPANY. incorporated by the Ltgulaturt tf thn State tf " ere, wiui a cnarur ol onhmited duration, lor aaakbg LIFE INSURANCES and granting ANNUITIES, will commence business on the first day of Jhay next, at no. 56 Wall - street. The more prominent objects embraced by this company, (Olhough they are prepared to enter on favorable terms into all contracts in any shape Connected with the views of their Institution,) are as follows : To sVi laboring clau of the community, to Me - eAetites, It Cltrki in public and prtcate nfficet, to Clergymen, to Profcuortin Collrget, to MUUaiy sans, and all others possessed of fixed incomes, which will terminate with their own lives, they offer a secure means of providing for their families, by setting apart a small portion of their annual saving to that purpose. . To capitalists, they offer the sate investment and certain improvement of their surplus income to the benefit of their descendants. To tnarritd men. they offer a provision to their widows, by an appropriation to that purpose of smau annual sums, during the continuance of tbe marriage, and on the same principle they offer to the astignefiof bankrupt estates, nnd the purchasers ol property, subject to the right of aWrr, a mode of extiuguishinir that claim, by giving an equivalent for the surrender of the rights of the wife. To parents, they present a mode ef endowing their infant children, affording to them, if they reach a certain age, a much larger sum compar ed wim the original premium, than can be acquired by auy mode of accumulation ut interest To tinale persons, who may have no heirs. they offer the means of greatly increasing' their anuual income through the purchase of bie an uuities. 'Yo young people, of active employment, whose exertions and earnings mutt diminish with their increasing years, they offer a support for tho decline of life, by payments of comparatively small amount, while thair reason of industry shall coo tinue. The Company has provided Tables calcu lated upon true principles from the most correct data, which at the same time combine the safety of the office, and the interest of the customer Of the results of these Tables some specimens are subjoined, from which the advantages to the holders of Contract with them may be estimated. A healthy person, of the a;e of twenty - seven years, by an annual payment oi 7'iro 97 - 100 dollars during his hlc, may secure to bis heirs the sum of One Hundred Dollars, or a larger amount by a proportionate premium. A Husband, aged thirty, whose wife's age is twenty - live, may, by the annual payment of lwoM - W) Dollars, while both live, secure to bis widow the sum of One Hundred Dollars, which the company will exchange fur na equivalent a - nnily, if required. At the age f fifty an annuity for the remain, dcroflne lilnmay be bought lor about It n and a quarter yearU purchase, or at the rate of sum cstd C - 4 per cent on the sum invested. A father may, by the payment of one hun dred dollars at the birth of a child, secure to that child, when it shall reach the age of twenty - one years, the sum of sir hundred and fm iy - one dol lars. , - From the act tf twenty - one, an annual pay ment of Eleven 18 - 100 Dollari till the age or Fifty, will secure to, the party an annuity ol One Hundred Dollar, tor the residue of his pr her ur. - . - J - - - - : - If a person holding a Policy of Life Insurance lor any period beyond oue year should leel den. rous to relinquish it, the company will bo ready at all times to treat lor a re - purchase. An adequate portion of the Canilalof this Com pany it set apart by charter, and may be increased, if orrasion require, for the purpvse of Life In - suranee and Annuities, and secured uwn real Estate within the state tf Vtir - York, of the talur of at fifty per cent abort Hie amount loaned, fhe Capital thus tel apart and secured, together mlh the accumulation of premium, can be made liuble for no other lo.'ses of tlie Institution than llmte arising fromiU Life I'olicirs and annuities, thus affording to Hit Customer Uie most substantial security. Written applications for insurance and annuities, stating the name, age end place of birth and residence of the party will be received and answers given preparatory to opening policies oo the day above named. SAMUEL A. LAWRENCE, President. JAMES REN WICK, Actuary, ap 11 DftClm ipKANCIS M'GOWAN. No. 126 Fly Mar - V ket, sensible of the very lilieral encouragement he lias received since his commencement in business, and feeling confident that no exertions on bis part shall be wanting to merit n continuance, informs bis friends and the public that no pains or expence has been avoided lo obtain a stock of the best liquors of every, description, which can be depended on lor their purity. Having made arrangements, while Charleston, for a constant supply of GREEN TURTLE in their seaon, he will be enabled to furnish soup of an excellent quality. A book will be opened for subscribers to an ORDINARY, to be on the table every duy at a stated hour. Rooms, for private parties, nt a short notice. N. B. Soup, Beef steaks, Oysters, Mutton Chops and Relishes at all times. ap3 CHEAP CASH GROCERY SI ORE, Corner of Grand and Rrmler - stretts, directly opposite Centre Market. J A ME? P. AN DOE respectfully informs his friends and Use public in general he has re moved from corner ol Broadway and Reed - st to his present stand, where be solicits a continuance of public patronage, and hopes by hit unremitted exertions to obtain the best of Liquors and other articles in his line of business, thereby to render Uie most perfect satisfaction. N. B. J. P. A. keeps constantly for site a J'encral assortment of flist rate Teas, Sogar, Cof - ee, Spices, Liquors ol all kinds, ftc ftc. which will Im all disposed of at a moderate advance, ray 2 Im WH EATON'S ITCH OINTMENT. THE long and successful use of this ointment is a sufficient recommendation, as it has been found to be a pleasant, safe and certaia remedy for that disagreeable disease in all its stages. It is for tale in the city of New - York, by J. A. ft W. R. Post, No. 41 William - street; . ft T. Clark, No. 85 Maiden - Lane ; II. H. Sohicffehnft Co. No. 193 Pearl - street; Law. rence ft Keese, No. 195 Pearl - street ; Hull Bowne, 149 Pearl - street ; R. ft L. Murray, 313 Penrl - etreet ; J. M. Rradhorst, 314 Pearl - street i Joha Penford, No. 4 FM her - street ; Duryee ft Poe, in Pearl - street; John C. Morrison, 188 Greenwich - street; John P., Fisber, 106 Broad - war : Walter ft Seaman, cornel of Ch. - tmher - at. and Broadway, mid also in Chatham - street t and in short it may be procured at most of the Drug Stores ia this city Also in Philadelphia, of S. Withered k Sons George Harrell , North ft Ro eers, and almost at the druggists ia the principal iowbs in uie united Mates. WH EATON'3 VaUNDICE BITTERS may be had nt Use above places. jaa 22 6m WANTS A SITUATION, IN a wholesale and retail d7good store, as a aakrsmaa. a young married man. whe ha k. ...I..l. UwA In fh hBlincSSIOr. WOUld anderuia the ot - door HswseM of a wliolosajf Tka mast retrobe reference will bH given Mlocharacjerasri ability. A line directed to II. I. U. and Ht at this ofiice, will be ios - aaediately atteuded lo. my 6 lsr JVoir to Tavern Keeetrt and Grocers. fCr - Licensee to Tavern Keevers aod Gro cers from the Mayor aod Commissi ner of Excise, will be issued at the Mayor's Dtnce, in the City Hall, between the boars of tra and one O'clock, on the several days, and for the differ ent wards in sue cesiiou, la the order following, via : 1st 2d 3d 4th 5th 6th 7th' 8th 9th ward do do do do do do do do ' on Ui do . do do ' do do do . 5th - - May 6th do 7th - do 8th ft 9fh do 1Kb ft 12th do 13th ft 14th do 15th ft 16th do 18th ft 19th do 20(h do 10th do - do 21stftt2d do All persons who know of any obiections a - gainst the crautinr of licenses to any of those who now hold them, are resnectiiillv reauesled to cive information sit the Mavor'a flflirr. be fore the time for granting them as above - men tioned ; and those gentlemen whobave taken pains to investiaatu this suhieet. and eoniidar it of sufficient moment, are particularly invited to assist in luroishing all the tuiormation u their power. By order, J. SI DELL, F. M. Ap 27 H raoM - iti ivs op the HEMPSTEAD ACADEMY. The Rev. timotbv ci.owxs, a.m. Principal. - ououooo - TT A VING purchased Uiat lance and commo L X dious building in the village of Hempstead, Queens County, lutcly occupied by Mr. George liowel, the subscriber proposes tooin an Aca demy therein, on Monday, the 27th instant, fot hoarding young gentieoieu and instructing them in any of those branches of science and litem - lure usually comprehended in an academical course. That every scholarmay be under the constant nod immediate suerintendnnce of tlie Principals none will be admitted Into this academy as students but those who are also boartlers. A very few students Irons the village, or its immediate vicinity, will be the only exception to this rule. If. however, the numlier of students should ex ceed tlie means of accommodation in the acade my, board may be procured in private families in tne neighbourhood. Should the public patronage be extended to this institution suflcientiy to warrant tbe measure, additional teachers will be procured. The year will he divided into two terms of tuition. The summer term will commence the last Monday in April, and will continue twenty - three weeks. The winter term will commence the last Monday in October, and will likewise continue twenty three weeks. This arrange ment will leave a vacation of about three) weeks after each term. The price of boardinr, tuition, candles - and furl, both in srhoo I and rooms, will be 100 dollars each term . But, two or more scholais sent by tbe same person, tlie children ef clergymen, or thus who are Intended lor the ministry (ol any denomination) will lie boarded and Instruct ed for K) end) pr tarm. In all cases, a deduction of !i per cent, will he made kr p;i wcnt in advance. Bonks, washing, fiending, and any necessary article of clothing, will be furnish - ed by tlie subscriber at the most reduced prices. A cot. mattrass or bed, aud bedding, to be furnished by each student. I he patrons ol this institution may ie assured that its system of discipline will be mild, yet exact. The rules of the academy mutt be strictly Complied with, by every schoUtv fjy r uur.lM brio, uf:irTJW wi tiAuiiiug m grammatical knowledge of the English language. . I'rtliL'lrVL'LEi - 1 : 1 . . will be admitted as Hoarders into uie riempsteao Academy, private apartments and sepsurate us bles will he furnished on the most reasonable (erms, find every IscrlityTeilt be ashtded to a speedy and thorough acquaintance with the language. For the information of strangers It may be stated, (hat Hempstead is a pleasant village and post town, remarkable lor its healthiness, wily twen ty one miles bast of the city of New - York ; thnt si enjoys uie advantage oi puunc worsiup in toe Presliy terian, Eimcoiwl, and Msthodiit forma; an.i thnt a stage runs from the city three tunes a week, on one or the hest roads In America. Parents desirous of placing their children at school, or foreigners wishing to tief instructid ia the English language, are respectfully requested to visit the Mibst.riher, at Hempstead, where they will receive fuller inibrmatico resiiectine the proiosed institution. TIMOTHY CLOWES. Hempstead, April 3, 181U. The subscriber hereby declares his unqualified approbation of the establishment promised by the rlevd. Mr. Clowes. Convinced as be is of Mr. Clowes amnio qualillcatioiis. both of the head ni.d the heart, for superintending such an institution, he does not hesitate to recommend him to public confidence, and his academy to public patronage. SETH HART, Rector oi St. Geo. Church, Hempstead. Hempstead, 3d April, 18IU. fj7 The above prospectus meets with my heuiiy concurrence. CHARLES WEBSTER, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Hempstead. A bag lettered " Hempstead Academy' will he left at G. C. Langdon's Long - Island fctcaro - Bnat Hotel, for coniiuunicalions with any person at tached to the institution. A Female department is connected with the Academy. Young Ladies to be boartlid in the village, ap 7 P3awC2awtf Ci bAUiVDEHa resptctfulJy inlorinshisloriner F. customers and the pulilic, that he has nt length, by the assistance of some friends, so far recovered from his late misfortune hy fire, as to have resumed his business at No. 13 Wall - street ; where he continues to manufacture raior strops on a principle invented by himself, and which is allowed by all who have tried litem, to excel any thing hitherto known ; as they never, by ever so long use, make tbe edge of tbe rato round, and luerelore render the use of any hone unnecessary. 1 lie purchaser needs only a single lesson at to its use. ap 511 MAffUA J TAJV HCHOOL. M' AMIATT.4N Female bchool is at 194 Greenwich - street : Male richool, 14i Chamber - street. In these schools are taught all the branches which constitute a useful and finished education We forbear lo descend to particulars ; to offer recommendations er to make great promises, Our patrous are left to judge of the modes of instruction both moral and scuntfic, by in im provement of tbe scholars. ALBERT PICKET. ay 29 JOHN W. tl'JKKT. oeTHKRar pistaict or kkw - x oaa, s. BE it remembered, Tbat on tlie second dsy nf Aiiril, in the forty serond rearof the lade - pendence of tbe United sjta'es of America, Wil - liam Jthnson, of Ibe snid dUirirt, hath i deposited in this cfi. e the title of a book, the riht wliereol he cbims as asrthor, la the words and figures fol - lowin;. to wit : . . Report of ces srtjodgrit in the court of Chancery of New - Y - rk: by Williim Johnson, Counsellor at Law, vol. II ; containing Jhe case irons Junuary, 1816, to September, IC17, Inclu sive." la conformity to the act of the emigres of the United State, entitled. An act forlheeacou - ragement ol Irarniag, by securing the copies of map, chart and books. ts tbe author aad proprietors of siH - h copies during the time therein mentioned ; and also to sus act. entitled. M An act. supplementary to an net, entitled, an act for the encouragement of leamins;, by ecirinx the copies of snaps, charts and books, to the anthors ask! proprtelor of such eoptes. donnc the time tVreie saenttoawd, and extending tbe bvoetlls Wtereof to the aru of deigning, engraving, aad etchinc historic a4 adoUr wints." ChHk of the southern district oNe - 1 ork. ap 13 4vr PROPOSALS. tt7" Tbe agent of the Hate - Prison, wil re ceive pioprwtb) atrtilt the 21st hrrtsnt, lor furnish - ing for one year from, the 1st of Jesse next, the - convicts confined therein, with tbe following rations, to be delivered at the 8Ut - Pnson, at tbe contractors expense daily, or at such times as shall be agreed upon. - via. so ox. voco sneus, ror every luu rations, . 3 pecks Potatoes do do do do 4 quarts Salt, do do do do ' 12 do Bean or Peas, do 1 do do 3 ot. Pepper. - do do do do l - lb sailed I sab. per man, once a Week, 1 gallon Vinegar per 100 rations, do do da 1 - Jlbsnlitd prime Pork per man, do do da lib. Rye Hour do do per day , 0 ox. Indian .do do do. do ( 1 - 2 gill Molasses do do do do The above to be of food Quality and approved hv the aetnt, when delivered. Beef is not men. tieoed, tlie reason of which, the ageat will stale to whomsoever nay contract, - , , ' . ALOW, Mi - Proposals will be received, ootill the fist last. for furnihiiur tbe Hospital department of said LPiison with Medicine, Food, and Hospital stores, or oue year irom me isi or 4 una pexi, rcrw hlv to an act of the Legislature, conccrninc Ihi State Prison, passed tbe 15th ol April 1817. Proposals will be received, lor furnishing from two to three Thousand loads of os,e, suitable lor building an additional wall to the Slate Prison. - ALEX. COFFIN, jr. Agent. New York Stabs Prison Oluce, May 4, iSUi. my4dtmil HANK OF JfFlf - YOHk; OTJ" The Stockholder are rqurted to meet at Uie bank on Tuesdsy the 12th of May next, lo choose thirteen director for the ciuruuig; year. 1 ' " The poll will bo opened at eleven o'clock and close at three o'clock. By order of the board of directors, ' CI1AS. WILKES, Cashr.' ap28 tMvl2 Notice is hereby given to the stockhokl. ersof the West Chester 1 urnpike Road Company, that an election will be held on the third Monday of May next, at ten o'clock in the forsv - noon, at the house of David Wood, Inn - Keeper, at Mamaroneck, for the purpose el' choosing thirteen Director for tbe said company. ap30 , ; i - , J3" NOTICE is hereby give le the slack liolders ofthe Associate otitic Jersey Ceiapa - nv. that a dividend ha Leen declared U ima dollars pr share on the capital stock of lb company, which will be paid oa lb 1 2th ia - stant, at io. 101 ii road way. , UAtiKi valuwelli, Treasurer myl3w ' MA RINK INSURANCE. ! 0r The Otflce of the Union Insurance Com pany,' is now open, at no. an wan - street, and applications for Marine Risks will ba receissjd from 10 o'clock A. M. to 3 P. M. my 1 2w ' - tfr - Mercantile Insurance Company ol New - Yora, incorporated during the late session of tb Legislature of this stale, being organised and having cointjiertrrd business, is ready to receive application, on Manu Risqees, at their euke, ao. 4.1 v aii - straet. may 4 2w Eneinestr Departseeas, . - - . Washington, tttlt April, IttlM i Proposal will b received at U.l partuient, until Hist August eext, to furuiib by contract - , . . r rum one to six minions oi one From one to two millions of cubic feet of bull - - ding stone f rum turf thousand to tfty tboesaad lsabilef stone lime. . - , . ' To be delivered ia geod order at Mobile, Lnkif Poutchartraio, River Mississippi, and Lake Ba - ratariu the time when the first delivery ca be made, and the Quantity which can be Jeliveii - d in each mouth succeeding tbeflrst delivery, must be slated with the terms. Proposals will also be received for from fifty to one hundred carpenters; for from ore hundred to one hundred and fifty masons ; nod from two hundred to three hundred laborers, In proceed to Mobile and Louisiana, to construct buddings of various descriptions at Ui before Mentioned pla ces, it would he prewraui to base Uie aiasons. carpenters, and laborers I urnislied and aconipna - ied by moster workmen. Arrangements would he made to employ the persons engaged to execute the work, irom July to November, at those positions embraced in the before mentioned places, whi:h border upon the Gull of Mexico Engsgrmriil would not De made lor a snorter peiiod uiae eight month. Saiisiactory secarity would be required for the faiUi I pvribrmnnc of . any contract that may be msde. The term upon which workmanship and labor would be f lormcci, must be suicd in uie proposals. j! . SWIFT, Brigadier ; General and uuer tjigineer. The printers nf the Portland Gsxette, D. Af. I the Centirral and Patriot, Jiost'n ; the Evening Post and Iho Columbian, New - York i the Cout - f monwealth, Pittsburgh, Fcnn.i Ibe Reporter, Ix - xineton. Ken.t had the Gasette, New - Or leans, will please to insert the foregoing lor one month and forward their accounts to the Engineer Department. s 13 Ins iNOIiCE. frr The masters and owner of vessel be lonring to the cttie of Albeny and Troy, wssls lo hire a basin, - for a Bum Iter of year, oa the North River aide of Ihi city, for tbe accentavo - dxtioo of these vessels exclusively, for which a linerai conipt l.sauon win vt Riven, i na suuivri hers are a committee appoiuted for the purpose nf receiving proposals for the same. And the proprietors or uie wnarvr oa me sonn mvtr are requested to band in their proposals to eithrr of the subscribers, stating 1h sitaattoo and their terms, respectively. .. ". - ',. N. II. A note addressed teeiwerpr tne sun - srribers, left at Joseph C. Cooper's, Lent's Ha - sim or at R. ft L. JUed', CoeoU Slip, will be attended to. Nw - York, 25th April, 1818. BaRSUM IVHIPPLF - GEOBGBMONTEATH, PETKR DOiMFLLY, K1CHD H. FITCH, B. HUfJillNEIJ GUKDON GRANT. p251m tyr - i i storklHikten ar olitkd. that the ansuial ekn lioss sor Director will be held at the oiliee, on Tuesday, the I20iday of May next. I be poll will on si iz sma ciosc m o - cioca. ' By order of the President and I hrecturs, - ap27 P. HOYT, Set'ry. fTT J. A. GUTT WALDT.ha reaaoved Iron No. 44 to No. 75 aidcii - laa, whee ka coo tia - ' ue to maaufacturelus PIANO - FORTES oa an entire new and improved construction, Ine result of many year close (ppUcatioa and study, for which a now lias obtained letter potent. (Jit xaminalira by ctnneisseor of music, be flat ters BimselMhat they will met with their an - rrobatioa, aod merit public patronage ; and be fis prood, that his piatio - forte have met with the ananiosou approval of the most easkteot pro feseor ot (aoasui tne following tastuapoiaia at which they kiudly kavo grauled bias, to mttl the public eye t . . " W, the subscribers, prorrsser of mc, oo certify, that wa have carefully examined Mr. J. A. GutlwaUfa piaiio - fortes, whkh, ionau - ity and exctUeuce of workmanship and eiwfarsa brilliancy of tone, w deservedly inossJ I to public patroisage. Messr. C.dles Etseane, Rd. Meet. C ThibaBlt, Charles aiuert." - TO LET, eetthe P". LT large and comaseussHis store aad back rooaa aitjoeuog, with or withosit a frool crllar. . ap25 In

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