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N CHANCERY. i T " Atacortofctu.vrr Leld for the Ute ' N York, at the city or Albany, on 'the sixteeaHi day of March, in tlie year of our Lord on thoetaud eight hundred r ' 'and eighteen. '"'The honorable James Kent, Etquire, Chancellor. , Thomas Baxen . M. f Inapnh Amiable aad John Bi 1 IT appearing by the affidavit of Samuel S. Gardiner, which it Bled, tbnt proeesiofiubpcena, to appear aad antwer in the above cw,r, hath been rcgultoly issued against tne aoove - nnioen defenihut, John Uistell. bat that the teid Jobu Bitaellreeidet at Litchfield, la the taujofCoa - oecticot, out of the jurisdiction of thu court - On motion of 3. W. Joue, ET,'re solicitor for the complainant, it i ordered ium trie saia on Mi.u.ilin . i.ia aniarauce tobeeutetu and ki. t,,ttr tni fiinmthii cause, wiliiin four months from the date ot this order, oria m aim thereof that the complainuitt' bill of complaint t taken pro - con!ea egaintt him. And it it farther ordered, that a copy of tiiii order be pub - litiied, wiliiin twenty da rroiu me uaie nerroi. in one or more of the public newspaper punted ia this elate, for the pace of eight week ucce - - mbfO Iaw8w Assistant Register. J . . . . i CJIANCERV. ''," " Stale of New - York, . 1 bearing date the 19th day of January, 1818, wiuue som at puuuc wvuuo, iw Coffee House, in the city of New - York, under the direction of the subscriber, at one of the mai - im of thin eoort. in separate lots or parcels, on Thursday, the twenty third flay oi juiy next, ai twelve o'clock at soon. "All those certain pie - ra or tiaruett and tract of land, known at the north eatt tectioo of the tenth township, in the twelve tnwntin Tioga county, heint lots roi, . 99. . VS. 29. 30. 3 and 38. Lot No. S6 coo taint aooui eigniy acret . rot no. , hundred and fire acfett lot No. IU. 29. 30. and thirty two. each containing one hundred and lour acres, three loertnt ana Jo rout oi juna ; ioi uq. 33 contain 90 3 4 end nineteen rods. Alto, west half of lot No. 4, which half contuin 51 - I.J I - - Ul. aims 1 . m a n ri Km Ana w row ., - w ' M the gore lying westerly and adjoining on iMc artrwuit aectiun. and wa tarvered and ed ited to taid tectioo to make up a deficiency in i.l Miinn. hv a mintake in a former urv r Slid loU Not. 1, S, 3, 4 and 6, containing about tiny acret eacn ; ana ioi no. i aooui iweoij bh I acret. i ogeiuer wiuvau uu uiiKuiar, un wr - Buei and appurtenanret. iaieo ipni in, 1010 , JAMES A. HAMILTON, p 18 lawtdt ' Matter in Chancery. TO BANKING INSTITirriOVS. fTIII ubtcribert bavinr made cootiderable X imirovmnti in the variout branches of thalr Bank tott K'urravint and Printing Litab - Hikmenl, particularly in th Standard or End XhnamtnU, which are intenuta to prcveni counterfeit, embrace this method of resptf tfully in - brain; gentlemen connected wiln Dankuig com - paaier, tlut they are enabled to execute any or - den pith which they aay be entruited, with promrtituile and elegance. Tbey have made aiTanreineoti for conduc ting the printing of note it) tlie immediate presence of one of (he concerned. The additional security resulting from this measure, it eviJenc. No part of the business it of more importance than that of the printing And a ijstcra which it calculated to prevent any accident which mihtthroughlnatteulion occur, mutt be daly appreciated by those concerned. The mbjomed docuraentt are respectfully sub. milted to the consideration of those who have not had in opportunity of examiuing the notes referred to t Philadelphia, Fee. 24, 1818. , Mr. H. 8. Tanner having exhibited and ex - nlained to us the utility of hit invention for pre - ventiar the counterfeiting of Bank Bills, now tued bv Messrs. Tanner. Kearney and Tiebout, en the note engraved by them; nod hating carefully examined the apecunent submitted to ui for that purpose, w do hereby declare that they appear to at eminently calculated to pro - duce the effect intended. , OMjned) 1 William Jones, Pre'l. Bank U. itates, Jena Smith, Catbier Bank U. i'tale. James Houston, Asi't. Cashier of ditto, , A. Bayard, fres't. of Commercial Bank of Pennsylvania, J. Tagart, Pres't. of Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank, Philadelphia, Henry Kohl, Cuhier of ditto, H. Drinker, Caihier Bank of N. America, , Th. Parker, Prei't. of Mechanics' Bank, O. SimpHK), Cashier of 8. Gerard's Bank, Jo Norm, Pres't Hauk of Pennsylvania, D. Lenox, Pres't. Philadelphia Bank. . . Philadelphia. Aue. 24, 1816. The undersiemed. artists, lie. of the city of rhilnJeluhia. do herebv certifv. that having carefullv examiued Mr. II. S. Tanner's inveu - tion of a itandard for preventing the counterfeiting of bank bill, are fully iuipred with Ihe belief thai the said itandard or end pieces, used by Metsr. Tanner, Kearney aud Tiebout, are, from their difficulty of imitation and elegance of execution, calculated in a pre - eminent degree to check the alarming progress of counterfeit - fSiimeJ, , John Vallance, Engraver. John Boyd, do. Thomas Birch, Painter. ' Alex. Lawson, Engraver. Jot. H. ,Syiuour, do. . William R. Jones, do. William Allen, do. NOTES haviur the above standard have been in circulation nearly three year, during which date no attempt within the knowledge of the pro - nrietort bav been made to counterfeit tliein. Letter addressed to the subscriber, will meet nnvnnt attention. TAMRH, KEAILSEY It TIEUOVT, ' , No.. 10, Library - street, Philadel(hia. ' The edilors of the Evening Post aad Albany inrni. are requested to insert tta above once a - Zk far three weeks, and send their bills for payment to Mewr. Tanner, Vallance, Kearney and Co. Philadelphia. may 7 law3w unTirP. frt - Tie creditor of John BIcakley, of the .:.v:.riSi. - Vork. imolvent. are hereby notified to attend at the office of the ubcriber, Mtigoee .i m.i inmlMnt. nnder the act entitled u .. - 4 rn rivinv tvlief in case of iosolven - cy," at the LawBuldine No. I, office No. 3, ituate in Nattau - ttreeti io thecity of New - York, to atcertaui aud examine the a. counts ouc k.m mnM'lii.li. nn tii toentv fifth day Anril Met. IVtwtenthe hourt of 10 A. M. and V. M. And the taid creditor are further notified, thut a dividend of the attate of laid insolvent WlU be made by the subscriber, at tlie place aforesaid, and between the hourt above mentioned, on the twenty filth day of May next. New - York, Ftb.4lh.lL10. LZBON 8LOSS0N, feb 5 1 w3m Assignee, ttc. BY order of John Garrelton, Esq. first judge of the court of com moo pleat of Richmond cause, Tany they have, wby an alignment of the said itiwlreu - 't estate should nt be marie, fur the benefit oi all his creditors, and he be dit - charged, acrosding to an act ot the legitla'ute eft the ilaieoi new - 1 orx, entitled an act lor giving relief in raaet of insolvency and Ihe act tMftding the tame. Dated Richmond county, luczza W Apni, A - u. jbih. NATHANIEL MARTIN. ? PUwBwJ IFiUiMitbursh Tvmptke JUU ni. BrUgt - Company. ' ft Tli. .w - t.l,..: U'r. an rfOHlltd to at - teia at the store of Mile Uitchcock, coroer of I Maiden Lane and lauau - rtreet, from is w o'clock on Monday, the llfh dry of May new, for the purpoee ofeiecunf nine uirecwn, oigt the affaire oi the eompaey for one i year from that day. New - York. April 8 th, 1U18. 7 8AM. ObBOftN, Secretary. ao9law5w 17 MONT - ALTA. l&i Tot eale or to let, the beantifol place caUt4 Mont - Alta, eeren mUe from the City Hall, on the North Rier, adjoioiof lord Cour - tenayf. It coataioa SO acre of land under ira - proTement. wilb a tare gturden in good condition, a variety of fruit tree, and every cod re - rUmil ma v ranuira. For term, which are reateoable, anil if told a loot; credit gi?en if wiahed, apply to N. ft D. TALCOTT, apgQ 64 South - et. And potteetion given immediately, a cooiniodiout and pieatantly ntuated llouie, at (jrrenwich, on the bank of the river, about I 1 - 2 mile from the City Hall, and a tliort diitance abuve the State Prison, with (table and out hou - te. There i attached to it fine gaidea with fruit tree, (brubbery. and pattu re ground tufn cient for a borte and cow. For particular, j quire of LOTT t HtAMAN, my U IW D nowr - iirni. f HEAL KSTATK tOK IsALIL. The houte and 5 lolt of rrouad, tituate on tlie corner1 of Bedford and Ardeo ttrr.ett, in the village of Greenwich. I tie noute u laree and convenient and built oi tnc oe niaieriun, and it every way calculated for a genteel fami - Iv. 1 he loll are leel ironi anu re r, una iuu feet deep. If not told at private tale before tlie 14thday of May, they will on that day be told at public auction, at ue loutiue tooee iiousc For teron enquire of ANDREW HEGEMAN, my 8 6t tin the preniitft. MKUICAL. REPOSiTOttY, NO III FOURTH VOLPMB IW ERIX8. (XIX of tlie collection.) CONTENTS: Originof Ajvi - Reflections on Fever ; on the nodical character ; on the use Of alivarv glnnd i on lasting. irrw. Yollow fever of CliarJrslont apho rism of llippocratc ; dutertation ou inlanu cliln. Medical and SuriiictA Correspondence Eipo - riment un (he liver : mtlimunt (poradic lever in Maine j Eryripelaa on (be cenitalt , paranlerj cured by nux vomica t a vegetable remedy lor cancer. Intelligence Atmospheric constitution of New r l 1 1 . . . It . .... ' . i. Pmh. I on ;aunuui oiu oi minium t i im - ccs Cbarlolte of Wale ; New - York deaf end dumb institution t forensic medicine in the case of Abraliam Keslcr ; medical commencement ; ohiluary. Appendix. Trnntlatton of Lanciti' work, on marsh efflu via continurd. ' Sold at llie publisher's, 4C0 Pearl ttreet t at T. it J. bwonli : C. Wiley k Co. : and Kirk Mrrein. New York. my 7 6t WANTED. GOOD female eervant, to do the Cooking C. and other work of a smalt lamily, where is to be no other help. None need apply unless they ran bring a satisfactory recommendation from their Inat place ; to euch a one good wage win he pmrt. Apply at IU franklin sireei. my j THE FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE I COMPA.NY have their Office at No. 41 Wall - itrect ; where they are ready to receive uniiliCiliotm lor loeiirniice. 1 lie V.AI'I IAUSI UV - IV OI ll.TII a niiuinn oi Dollars, it all tubicribed and paid, or satisfacto rily secured F.lislia Tiht.iti. Henry 1 Wyc.ltoff, George Griswold, Wni. Bayard, Jr. John T. Lawrence, James Boorman, Bcuj. L. Swan. Jobn 1. Palmer, may 6 In DIRECTOR Philip Brasher, Thomas Fnnklin, Janus WrMi, Stephen N hitney, Jos. P. M'Kinnu, Fere Jones, John Adams, Thonia B'ickleT. ELI - ?HA TlliBPrS, Preilent. i. WOKT111NUTON, Sec'ry. INVENTION OF MR. DE SPRANGH. Superior plan of teaching vrilirg, without paper, ink, slntee vr pencils, 'ItACHYGRAPllV or the FLYING PEN, 1 and mercantile hand writing, taught in six lessons by a peculiar movement of the pen. This new and approved method taught with great success in Loin!;, at the Uuivertity ol Cambridge, and recently at Charleston, (S. C.) will enable any person oi wnatcvur age, ruu noi - Pn.T niirn M - ir , PHILADELPHIA i Nwcgb and cavavbaii: va i4.i. - s - T WAX OV roWLEt - BOOB. IMPORTANT TO rASICVGKBJ. WTn rfW - wlinn fitK ti ruwsi rlitiiwt lilVfs PARTNERfcHU' DISSOLVED, AND OPPO SITION REVIVED. ANEW Line of Pott Coaches with every coo venience for passensers and baccate, oi .S!ri.,'rHRMirr;u in nv. hay. The Post Coach will start from the Coach of fice, ok! No. t Courtland - ctreet, N. York, every. morning, (Sunday excepted; at nan pasi c o'clock, by way of Newark, New - Brunswick, rnnceton. i retiton anu cnsioi. anu mi - l'hiladtlohiu the same afternoon, at 6 o'clock. The new Steam Boat Line Indestry will start from Itvw - Vnru rverv morning. SundaVS ex cepted, at 10 - o'clock in the Steam Bout Atalan - ta. lortire at 1 ronton, and arrive at riiuanaimm. in a Steam Boat, next morning at 10 o'clock. 1 ' r i i, ' r arc a uiuiara. r. S. Pateeoxer are requested to rail and take their teaU ut the office Old No. 1 Court landt - ktntrt. Nsir - Vork. United btatet Mail Unarn, lor l liiianeipnis, Baltimore and Washington City, with every convenience for passengers aud baguge, on pringt. The U. S. mail coach will start iroro the coach office, old Ko. 1 Courtlandt - itreet, New f ork, every day at Z o'clock, r. m. ana arrive at Pbiladelpliia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only o passengers anmiitea. For seal in the above named Linet, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established Coach, Stage and Steam Boat ooice, at uie oia No. 1 Com tlandt - atieet, the teennd otDce from Broadway, New - York ; or to A. T. Gl)Ul KICH to CO. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Ce ir.frt. Nw - York. ft!i - AII Bowie and baegage at the risk of the owiiir. JOSEPH LYON, SONS Ai CO. N. B - Expreaee tent to any part of the Con liiieiit, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. ap 1 - JfUHTU RIVER HI HAM - BOATS WrwtJw? burgh, and returns on Monday, Wednesday and r ndoy, at u A. i. my z svviFi' - suKt mail coaches, roa rHiLADkLrniA. day to dinner. (ty On the Uth or may, the Boat will commence r running four time a week, las follow : A boal will leave New - York on Tuesday, at 9 A. M ; Wednesday, at 5 P. M. ; Friday, at 9 A. AI. and Saturday, at a r. m. oi eacn wee and a boat will leave Albany on Monday, Wed nesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 A. M The above arrangement will commence by the Chancellor' leaving Albany on Monday, the 1 1th .May, at V A. M. and the Kiciimond leaving New York on 1 uetdav. the 12lh at 'J A.M. The Fire - Fly leave Ncw - Y.irk on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 9 a. in. lor new rrT - Leave New - York V'TS every morning (Sunday'ex cepted) at bo'clock, nod ar rive in Philadeluliia next I lie puhiick house are good, and rensonaoie in tneir cnaree. l ue unve r, nurse ana coacn es are not interior to any others now running be tween these two cities. The beautiful country. and the excellence of the roads on thi rout, con nected with the tafetr. comfort, and reasonable expences, are beleived to be s Irons inducements to travellers in envinc this line a decided preier ence. The strictest attention will he observed by the nroprietois io civinz general satisfaction, All bK&rage and packaset win go ai ine risk oi the owuer unlet insured aud receipted for by the clerk of taid office. State fare only 15. with a eenerout allowance of rnirirn - e. Parties wisliine to travel at their leisure, may engage the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, by upplyiogone day previoui to starting. For seal apply at Northern Hotel, No. 79 Courtlandt - itreet, New - York. - t ap J x Proprietor, f U K P tl 1 L A D E L P 11 I A Twenty - five mile land carriage, via New Brunswick nud t rentou. In pew fiost coaches $5 Do. good tfaget, 4 50 Do. forecastle or deck passengers 3 50 Connected by the steam boauiOLlVE BRANCH and PHILADELPHIA. The steam - boat Olive Brauchwill leave New - York every day, Sun withstanding any had tiahil u.e - y may ive con - . e.ceD,eJ. from norlh ,iJe of lhe Batte - trac.ted to write well, and with rap.d.iy, auer , . . M WU loJgc v county, and state of New - York, notice it hereby given to all tlie creditoii of Na'haniel Martin, of Uie county and ttate nforctaid. an insolvent dc'rt'jr, to ainwar before Uie taid indie, at the court house in the towa of Souttihcld, in taid rounty.ro the tbirtfoth day of Jane next, at two o'clock in the afternoon of taid day. to shew " " m - l . . I o. Tnln .....I Ink. ll. itrani.lioat Ih ladel - ment, No. 4 Broad - ilieet, and will attend any phia, o a to arrive in Philadelphia at 10 o'clock h..i nri...miimnn nt iheirnnuset. mo neu nuiruius, iu nuir ut iuu uis vunni J . II l.jl.. I . Academies ana uoaraintscnoonBitoaii.e.nuen. i rane uauimore tieam - uoais. The best reference can be given to most res - 1 Th'u line has a connection with the best boats pectahle pcrtont of thi city and Charleston, at it 0 lhe i)eiaWare and Chernpcake to Norfolk ; will be proved by the following letters. But Ihe M a,s0 of y,, Nl(rth River gnd g,,una ; anj sftiMuuuiy mLr.o.iB. their several arrival! are calculated tocause ii. - ...... ,c.u.. - .i. - . - jiiil. if anv delav. riout specimens it hat produced, and which may be seen at Air. ie o. learning rooms. FIRSVLKTTKIl. CHARLESTON. Uth March, 1318 To tlie CAP. Ue iprangh, he prngrest of the scholars in writing, who were placed under your care. It affords ine grant pleasure to expr. - s to you. the unanimout and unauivocal aDiirohation of that committee, and of si holart committed to your charge. There i not one who hat not made eontHieraoie nu - nrovHments. and uiott of whom hnve far exceea - fil nur matt tancuine exnectationt. 1 unite with the committee in returning you muny uianxs mr thi h.'neliti which the scholar! have derived wont yoursytem of writing, and the judiciousj manner in whicn uiey nave oeen mane acquaint ed with it. Kefpcclunlly vourt, Kc. jutiy uauii.ma.. Chairman of tlie School Committee. SECOND LETTER. New York, lUth April, 1818. To the CAe. l) Suraneh. art of writing, I not only unite in the approbation of your manner of teaching, which is expressed in the preceding letter, but entertain no douht that it it much superior to any which bat yet been introduced among ut. It wa not without much hesitation that 1 ac aiiired confidence enough in your proposals, fltterinC as they were, to commit to you the tuition of two boy. My reliance on your pro, fession wa amply repaid by the rapid im Movement. wh;ch. although it had not exceed' cd that of your othi - r scholars, most surpassed mv most sanmi'tie anticipations. Sincerely, therefore, do I wish you better success than vou have yet had in New - York.not merciy ioi vnur own sake, but from a persuasion, that the r .' . ' : I. .11 more general, your mone oi intiruciion man b. come, the more it win oe approvea oi, as u cannot but ereatly diminish tlie labor and time .... . . i. i , . i which nave oeen nercioiore empioyeu in uie acquisition of a guod hand. 1 am, ir, with great respect, your on aieni servant. B. LI IA U& 1 U.v . my 9 6t Hit! A farm of between sixty and teventy acres tituate on tlie west bank of Lake Otsego, and cn.e mile from the villare of Coopvrstown. On it are anew stone bouse 64 feet square il larm noute, bam, Kc. it toruit a deairatiie et. tabiishment torn gentleman withing to retire into the country, at itt titoation, at t proapo t, roovenieore to market, toe. it not inrrmued bv any in the interior of the ttate. It will be told low for rath, nn a rrmtit. nr v! mt.A tnr nriw ipeny in uiitcnv, Kooa, c. aj pty io I H. D. x K. SF.DGW1CK, J 7 tf Lw Suikting. This it a tpeedy and certainly the most con venient rout, at the pancngert will leave new - York after the banks open, and arrive in Phila delphia uehiro ine noun oi Business, wiuioui ia - Sin 1 hes leave to inform you, that a meeting i',irua in travellinr or want of sleep, the land oftne committee of the German Friendly Sorie - 1 carria - e beins much less than by any other ' cnooi, was neiu on ine nui i;im. io e..m...r rot6 between the two Citic. For scats in the above line apply to WILLIAM B. JAQUES, At the Union Line Steam boat timet, in Mar kelHcld - ttreet, north aide of the Ualtery, be The CAPTAIN on board. frr All goodt and bneinge at the risk of (h owner. ap 4 THU jOC.V - U bTHAM BOA TLlA'tl. lhe proprietors, with a view of accommodating the fpuhlic, by extending Ihe line io iMn wicii, intend making (lie exueriiuenl iili the Fulton, Copt. Law, and this route (if found practicable) will be continued duriiu: the teaon. lhe line wiu in iniurc ne irom - cw - iorx io Norwich, n lollow : 1 he Couuei Ucut, Capt. SIR From the progress made by your pupils Hunker, wul leave New - V ork every Monday, in this city, and Iliut ia a very slmrltime, in the Wednesday and riaiy, ut B o'clock, in the mormne. lor .e - nacn. I tie tutton, Capt Law. will leave Ji'orwich at 6 o'clock in the morning of the same days, touch at .V eic - London and depart from thence for New - Haven at It o'clock, llie boats will meet nt Sietr tlaten, and depart from thence every Monday, Ivedms - day and t'rtday, at 7 o'clock io Ihe evening tlie Uounecttcui lor w etc - 1 ere, ana u.e r uuon lor AVte - fyKiuon and Jiutu icA. mh 17 V I. ... ..ii . . ' M.l, .. .:. - corner of Fulton street, Nw - Y oik, hav ing received a large supply of the real JAPAN BLACKING, of Day to Martin, 97 H.gh Hol - born, London, offer the kuu, in wholesale or retail, for eeiportation, or homeconsumpuoo, on termt the naoet hbend and advantageous to pur chasers. This inestimable composition, with half the u tual tabor, produces a most brilliant jet black. fully eo - jil to the highest japan vaniun ; attordt peculiar nourishment to the leather; it will not soil the fiot linen ; it perfectly free frem any unpleasant tmell; and will retain its yirtnes in any climate. - A an incontrovertible proof of the superior excellence of this blacking, il has stood th left and commanded the moat extensive tale in all quitters of the globe, for opwardj of ball a century. . rbi u - i - itrecti. S5 br 80. e FAVr.artcwDureneve - L ry Sunday, Taetday, aad Thursday mornings, at ihrM nVltwk. rant throoch Montgomery, Bloomwgbargn, wonuceiio, ijr Wlale Lake, Cosliecton, Mount Pleatant, Great Bend, Chenango Point, Owega, Ithica, aad Ue - u. in r'arnhfufsiffaa. - 7 , . Returning leave uananuaigua. ercry day, Wednesday and Friday murnmgt at three ,.vt,W ul arrivea at Newburerh. the third day in time to take the Steam - boat which arrive in New - York the following mominj. q - j. m(iy it expected that at all times ichen the iteam - Oouts alter their aois or rennvu;, mu, lute vUl alter so as to meet titan. 'ri. whole mute will be perfomed in three day, from the first of May, until the first of, November and from the tirtt of November until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until the first of May, in fourday and from tlie 15th December, until the fifteenth of March the ame line wilt be continued to tlie city ofNew - York and run from thence to Cauandaigua in four day. Passengers travelling from New - York to Canandaigiirf Niagara or Buffalo, can leaye N - York in the evening team - boaUt and arrive in Canandaigua in three days a distance of three hundred mile. The line is wen lurnwncu with cood. new carriage i good horse, anu careful'and experienced driver Every attention will be paid to render the passage of the traveller afe, easy and expeditiou j and it u believed that the accommodation on this line are equal to any line in the tate. (X7 FAKe. trom newourgu vuv,sniiui5u FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. B. A branch of the ame line run wee time a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line run from Owego Tioga Pouit; tnence through Newtown ami Tainted Post, to .Bath, ic. .... ... owners. BAGGAGE, a usual, at the risk ot uie David Godfrey. Bloomingburgh, V ! S John. Mount Fleneant. L. to R. Manning, theoango, iPropric - l.ulher Gere. Ithica. I tor. Samuel Greeulitf, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Laming, mh 14 d6in VALUABLE REAL EaTATE FOR SALE, IN TBK CITX OF SIkW - yORK. I IVE lots ol eround on the west ideofGreen f wich - treet, between Vestry aud Detbrot - r our do in the rear oi ine aoove, iromwg un the eatt tide of Wathingtoo - treet, 25 by 80. Einht do in the block below, neiween wain - ingtoo and West - ttreet. in moniromerv oouniv. ftfftf) nrn t of Land in Lawrence't purchase, near Eatt Canada Creek, on the north tide of the Mohawk. In Frank in uounty. 15.162 acret of Land, in the townt of Mount Morns and Uaytnn. in &ssex comity. 7C32 acret of Land in the town of Barrymore In the County of Lewis. lir0 acret of land in Caiterland, Chassani Purchase. In Saratoga County. 2600 acret in Palmer's purchase. Enquire at Uie office of the subscriber, 34 Ce dar - ttrcet. . BEV. ROBINSON. mh!7tf INDIGESTION, ok SOUR SIOMACH, S acknowledeed by medical writert to be a 1 complaint oi ttuuDorn aioa, anu ai an inues verv riiincult of cure. Thi it sufficiently illut trated in thu disappointment of those wLo unlor - tunalely tufTer under il, at thej , for the most part, find that after having tried many things to little or no rjurDoae. thev are at last oDlieed to use tior pernapt tne remainder oi uie; tucn arm - ic n can at best but palliate the disease. Under such circumstances, any medicine capable of remo - vine the cotnulaint. mutt turelv be an article highly deserving the attention of all thwe who are afflicted with it s such a combination itto be met with in DR. MEAD'S ANTI - DYsEP - TIC or STOMACH PILLS tlie tuccett of which hn never yet beeu equalled, for Ihe cure of dyspepsia in il most complicated form, tuch at lot ot appetite, nauJea, nean ourn, uaiuiuo - cy, knawiug pain in the stomach, pain in the aide, great cottivenesi, paienest in ine counie i.ul in orolucui2 a radical and permanent cure The use of a single box will convince the most unbelieving of their efficacy. They will most effectually remove all sourness of the ttoinach, not merely by neutralising the acid, but by cor - lectin; that inornid HMe oi me sccrctioni wnicn to the debilitated organt of digestion, that tone and vigour whii Ii is absolutely necessary to tne well being of the nuimal economy. Price one dollar per onx. I or sale oy No. IUU Green wich - ttreet. Where may be had, wholesale and retail, a tent Medirinet. Alto, Dyer't and f uller's aiti clct. Medicine Chettt, tic. un uuurai termt. mh 25 Zm pR. DE ANGELIS, formerly practitioner of VJ aiedicine in l.'ie military tint pit nls or i op - let, and admitted a member ol the Medical So ciety of New - York, where he bat resided eince the year 1798, and hit reputation and tuccest in practice, it now established in the knowledge of It .. L , . - 1... M : ine i'uuiiu irjr iivur vean c&crieiM r, cuiiiiU' tween Greenwich ; Wathington - ttreets, or to petto be consulted at bit office, No. til Water street, opposite Crane harf in nneuroauc and venereal cases ur. Lie An leli hat been wonderlully tuccetiful ; and the most terrible effects of those disorder have frequently been cured by him in a short space ol uoie wiuioui inconvenience io ine pnueni. uuiuuctiont. ulcers iu tne wroal and Da ale. LllOOKLYX, .FL.1TBVXJI, and BATH r - r ic STAU i. - ' JOHN HUNTER, hat mmeneej ruuuioe a stare i . - m - 1 .between Brooklyn, Flatbush and I. - in, uo ler the followieg regulatimi : The Stage will leave the noute oi aimon Voorhi,in Flatbush, every morning precisely at 8 o'clock, and arrive 'at Brooklyn to as to furnished at the shortest notice. Brooklyn, May 9. 1818. may 9 Iw ural I'lulotnpby. Modern Language will comprise the French, Spautsh and Italian. Moral and religious Instruction will be attended to, as youth is the most pror time to in. culcate and fix those principles ol virtue and piety, whirh ought to direct aud influence the con - A..fl r.f fuliir I. ft. stiffness of the joints, pains in the limbs, eruptions New - York oi uie tain, logeintr wun a numerous train ot evil, anting Iroiu neglect or impropei ly treating of the mottictidiout oftnitiadiea, have iriven way to hit mode of treatment in an almost incredible manner. I lis extraordinary success is, in a great measure attributable to his well known Anti rheumatic i.nd Anti - Siyphilie Syrups, which, wiuisi lliey eradicate every lorra ol citease, ret, lore uie tinai iaiea paueniio vigor, and health. ap iu un CtMMmikMJt LEE'S ITCH OAT.WKjVT. TlfARRANTED an infallible remedy at ont Y f application, may be used with perfect safety on infants a week old, not cootaio:n; a particle oi mercury,or any dangerous ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with that offen sive tmell which attends the application of other remedies. The above medicine ar prepared and told at LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 46 Maiden - Lane, and sold by S. CARLE, cornet of Fulton and Water - streets. of the Princinal't family, anil under his immedi ate care end government. Particular attention will be paid to their morals and manners. The government will be strict, but mild and parentalits aim shall be to give habits of order and iudustry, and inspire a generous emulation. The institution will be furnished with a Libra - - . i . . - iil. : i l : i a i musemeut and recreation. It it known from e - perience that much useful kuowledge may be thus incidentally communicated. J he terms are three hundred dollars per an num, payable quarterly washing included. Clatsical students who study the modern inn - ves rite to it, and at tlie tame time will restore euagef will be charged 10 dollar per quarter extra for tlie tame, The students find their beds and bedding. ear 1 he number of ttudentt it limited. Gentle, !v application. iU lMtir rplMiin In thu intitution. aitilreit - A lafte and central assortment of genuine Drugs - d to the auhtrnher. Hvda Pork Post Ofllce. and Medicmes : Surgeont Inslrumenti; Apothe - Dutchess County N. Y. will he promptly attending Glast - Ware English and American Pa - t. BENJAMIN ALLEN. The nmmer term wil1 commence on the 20th, of May, my 5 aw BEAVER HATS. JOHN FORD has just received and is now opening a large assortment of London and American Beaveit, Castors, Koranis, and Children's Hat ; all of which he it now offering lor sale at hi wholesale and retail Hat Store, No. 17 .Vlaiden - laiiH. ap 14 Im A FRENCH LADY, who speaks and writes equally well the French and English lan guages, is expert with her needle and has other useful acquirements, withes a place as teacher in an established academy, or as instructress in a private family the latter would be preferred Satisfactory references will be given Enquire at this office, or address to Mr. E. B. Post - c'iice, IMPORTANT rpHE subscriber may 8 lw To Let for one or more years. The following - house house No. ?34l Bruttuwny, two doort above Washington Hall, I with a coach house in the rear if required Also, I a three ttory brick houe No. 415, intfiid ttreet. Alto, a new and genteel two ttory nnck House, i corner ol L.itiieuard and Church ttreett, tnr I termt moderate, r or further particulars, apply at 415 Krnadway. mn lit ti TO THE PUBLIC, begs leave to inform A sfiweoifig ptbhc know how to dishat. A hi to Io Dr. M Mv wot nicer, The pupil of the Institution will be memberticiniiy tU I, DOCTOR HORXE.for.ert. of the city of Lo.don, M member ot the faculty of pnVlit and turgery there, deem, it &'' ty to repeat omeooefvatio!u TTl tf.e abuse bf MLOCURY a rash, inditcrituinals " . C:dilsetAeof,ba.Wp Uve of infinite Auschinf. tv Boat "Frry ) .T W 0fo7F.atbuUi and 'e, Batb, 17. Bath at half put o'clock Mlttl acrcuriahied out of e have in view owe it 111 lAMre - A liUiL.i exxt (1 Flatbush ; from whence it will depart at 5 a young man. tlie hor. ? ui. " Piri o'clock for Brooklyn, and return to Flatbush darlm3of hi parents, .bld be .atrt . I n,.u from all Ik. . . """Wiea t - " vj jji uTL eotoytnenfa of liiu lerreturnt hit thank to hit friends by the consequences fone Dparded mom? : tor psut fevours, and solicits a "id by a disease not in iu owa nature fatal tu,d continuance. He bas provided an excellent and ' ""..P " neglect or improD., treatinent." rommodious stage, with good borm and careful driven; and will use hit best endeavour! to satisfy those who may favour him with their custom. jumv nun i civ. N. B. Horses for the saddle or harness will be tient) now .ptriectiy hearty and well, hid bW. ander physician of gen J practice, ,,xt1t!' and repeatedly willvati d ; w hen recoeiS?! ur. m. toy a geniieman of thi city) tut honl. were carious, and hit tteth dronnin. I. ., hi friends declared be could not pottiblv inr!Si two xoontht longer. Tbouand. exrriWS HORSE FOR SALE. .VZZVZ - TZS. - eradt A PLEASANT saddle Horse will be o.'d "Z" fh Doctor' 7li fiZ. - - , CM - cteap by a gent.eman about to le.y, i town. ftMBta jSWjL Apply at tm. office. my 4 other Attf? el K. hhepvurd't westuf t.uetand clotlu, lc. Peraont, therefore, bavins contri. j . " A FEW case of extra superfine cloths and vate disorder, or uspecting latent poiton. u single catsimeret of Saxony wool aclmomsbed not to tamper with their constit. lo. a few case of superfine clotbi of lower ton, or conceal the disorder, till pajt recoil. quality, calculated for the eountry trade, just received irom the manulactory at Uie, inUf i ; coavlu of a debate 7 land, Likewise, 1 case of vest patterns, from Reste Vint: Bedlord's manufactory, London rr.U .;il l, .'..,1 h h ...h.rrlVwnri tnr I Kn KA . I - ".c CMal. Lrriu .r: .l.. - .7 - 1,1 well goods from either of the above manufactories. - .i.i - r.i i ...r..... J. 11. LAUHtwt - r; s uu. my 6 2w No. 55 Pine - street, ex. houid rtmemuer posterity, and do iuitif . uieir conscience, oy making apnucatio. ui iiu - ui, w vihuu uiai urumpi astitbuiee lone calculated to prevent dinclosure. Acd he let me claim your teriou attention RemcniDt COLUMBIAN PICTURE GALLERY, ,int!ilit radically done, you willcerl. LT ,Q ,1lB TJ"'T0I''8THuET,J the di.order break out again with reduuhled .I f Rott't Buildinirt. near Broadway.) liynilv. at some futur nrrinil , n.,i... .l To connoisseurt and amateurs of the Fine Art, I ,e loo ate for remedy. Don't vnu J and to the enlightened public of Ni w ork. (he ttreett miserable, mutila'.en . Zw? rpHE proprietor of an extensive collection of eVtn a bitofnoseon tlieir face? TaieVlrafcl jii:iuic, uie Hulk, v. mc mull ciiiiirtui j Dfgcecn you pnioiert, uaviug juaiarnveu iroiu cuiuc, wucic he ha purchased them from tlie cuhinttt ol hintt ol Rome. Naples. Florence, Paris, Amster London, at a very couiiderable ex pence. HI Dr. H't. clmrarter for skill and ttnhlvw. s... grity teing universally known inthicifv. dam and lti04l guarantee to patient that delicacf lZ propo - ctecy hitherto unknown, and having coafiatd hi irpiitlrmen ' 7. " s.'" """"en Bit u.lA,l,lliit (lumln lh la.!!.! i.ii.l r . . . - w ii mi ji iui i n i n i sixas. ri r.iuiivoiv r a of this cil y and its vicinity. The exhibit ion will uis eatet of llie blood syttm, they may ta7elvcl. Igin on Thursday, 16lh of April, it will be fat cuaUj on the niott deciJed advaataee ii cn. superior to any a yet offered in the U. States, ,u)tiiig Dr. H. tucoa - the picture being undoubtedly original consist - Gleet eradicated in twe or three week ingui upwaruuiuvpii.iui,jr ,uC ui n.o. - i strictures removed wiuioui bnugie or anv oth. ten, Admission 50 cent each, or one HYDE - PARK INSTITUTION. A SELECT and private Classical School is established at Hyde Park, Dutchess coun ty, state of New - York, under the direction and instruction oi blnjaaui AL.iiE.tv, u. u. u. The institution is designed to unite with a cri tical and English Education, the modern laugua - The classical course will comprise the Latin and Greek Language. Ancient History and Ge ography, Mythology, Roman and Grecian Anti quities. 1 ne r.nginn course win coinwrne r.n?iiiu Grammer, Elocution, Elements of History, Rhetoric k. Geography, Penmanship, elementary and practical Mathematics, and the outline of Nat , er instrument ; and all dtbiliUe ; likewise all dollar per Lid ulcerations, Ctula' tec. I J ...... fiAnt I A i . . Ua 1 PI1,n,f ,n IU(. IUVIIUI. IJUUIIIIVIH IVIU .no luuiiuu. iu aw. vi. in the evening. Catalogue may be hud at the Gallery. iu L.e.1, The store 61 Fultpo - ttreeL Enquire on the premise. ap4 5w A plurality of ollice are provided, and to tit, ated that paticntt are not exposed toeacb other's observation. Open till half past 9 in the evening, AI! persons concerned are invited to be free u calling, and speaking with Dr.H. which it free of cott. And here the Doctor cannot avoid tU exprestion of gratitude for innumerable recommendation, and for the decided preference fi. it presumed with just cause) long given him by a judicious public. N. B. All letter must be post paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 57 lv JfEU HER QUACX EKX JWR IXtObl - tvojv. I & DR. EVANS' tuperi incthod of curing a cer - tainDisease, it now univer - ally acknowledged in tin city ; his mode of treatment is perfectly mud, safe, ei - ficaiuous. ana uis cnargi reasonable. In every it - stance he warrant a curt, and will return the pay if be doe not perform agreeable lIto contract. i he rtnetett secrecy always obterved. iTiere are many person in thi city and it vt - lahonng under vanou chronic diseases. old t. l r i or kings evil, fistulas, disease of the eratora, bladder and kidnies, old complicated complaints nftk i - .rlnin nature, bilious and other obttruo liont, rheumatism, etc. which they consider inct Whoever nimliea tliese pill in theabove disease, ,,hv. These will be considered a reward of for 30 year. according to the directions, will never be disap - conduct and attention to study, and con, pointed, a they hate never been once known to ititute ouc of the most interesting sources of a. rahle. Uiey us cenouiiv w m cm iui iirurraii by appl ving atDr. EVANS'S Medical Store, No, o. v - ckir. bavins; practised in extehtivt ry, maps, uiouet, anu icieti riiuoiuiruicai ry i s r ..ml.. f ,l. naratus. the use of which the pupils will be '0.P,'1, ,D If. J.'i! :. '"ii - . t j.. ii. j..f...:i: :.i .i" . I r.r.t hurreont ana ruvsiciant in ine woria. aa nance, languur, iowii i ui,n, im iu uie laugni, aim maue luuiniar wiiu uie iuu un wn - i - t l..,:i - .d - - .. !,:. - ... L, .j - head, virtiso o eiddinett. anddisturlnsd sleep. - ad strikin - exDerimeots in Natural PhiW maile tliow ohrtinate disease hit constant rtudy Oct It fXT The subscriber having recently returned from Eugland with an imiortant improvement on the artificial spring LEG, he takes Ibis method of informing hit friends and the public, - that all those who are so unfortunate at to be In want of i . . i i i . 1 1 men thpriore who are d.irou of niacins their "5, w J?7 ra? "ccommoua.eu uy r sons in the inttitution. will pleate to make an Pyu'S l Bmitt,:yf it Jan ti WM. PURVIS. OCT WHEATON It DA VIS, Fancy Chair Manufac ; turert, No. 153 Fulton - ttreet, opposite St. Paul Church ofler for tale, wholesale and retail, a large and elegant at - tort ment of Curid Maple, plain painted and ornament ed in gold kron7e. Bamboo, Plain and Gilt Balls, Rocking, Sewing, and Conversation Choirs, Sofas, Settees, Loungees, Music Stools, Kc. Orders from any part of the continent t xecuted with ue&tueti and dispatch. Old Chairt repaired, painted and ornamented. mh 9 JVAJF nttESSWQ ROOM. . FRl'MENTO. No. I Wall - treet, Ju re - k friend and the puhiic that he ha taken a 1 ZV . fm ,,' ,,,, the honour to inform room at the corner of Iranklort and Chatham - 1 ih I... mta and dreite hairia :".. ? - . WTEU - genmen, Ujat he cut. dre - e. LlGbWUK urriut." Where tamiiie may r - rr."r - ;; ', iu ha for tale a qaann - be .applied, with .ervant. of every description ; ' UXTL fi"' quil.ly, h do tervanit wiui Placet : Kemiemen wisnius er r' I a i ,rS.l il niirrhaier ai al Mnerty - 1 . . . . u...r. ai i nn. m n . an nn wnm. uh iiuii.ijii.iii . - vant. for travelling, supplied at the shorten I """ ,j ihn money. Men notice : merchant with clerk, aud clerk will employ; wet nurses with places; mechanics wiln journeymen, kvery inlormatina given to stran gers and oiner, in ins line, wno win lavor mm wun a eau. Families, becommg suliscnbert, supplied with tervant at one dollar per annum. Also, Books posted, Account adjusted, Ta per of every description, copied with neatness, rarrertneas. and diiiiatch. Personal attendance. Druszist and country store keepers supplied from 5 u, 2 o'clock A. M. and from 3 to 9 o'clock on liberal terms. FOR S.1I.E. A house and farm on Throe' Neck, in the town and county of Wettchettrr. fourteen mile from New - York. The farm contain a - bout one hundred acre of excellent land in good fence, a large barn and other convenient out - buildinzt, a good house two ttnriet hih. willi commonly nauny ; me neinnoorrtooa me moi P. M. lie Hatters himself that his assiduity and atten tion to business, will gain him a share of the pub lic patronage. my 2 1m II. PAUELrORU. TO BE LEASED, af""N favorable terms, for along term of years. J 4 lots of ground on Broadway, 200 feet four nv.rut 00 each floor, elegantly titeated on I deep, extending to Crosby - street, between Het - iv . I 1.. Af Ik. L - - U . ' .1 .. I r, J 1 urn iwiM uiu r.i - . ,i,,,r - r uir riiuauun un - 1 ter aa( urand - ttreett. ! LTI?TI'?J,10 1 lot in Water - itreet. between Fulton and before the nonae. For furt)er informatioa apply to toe snDtcnoeron tne prenue. STEl'llEN B. U0FFMA5. my I Im 2 lots in Water - street, near Catharine - market. Bu rime slip - . Also, several other lot in th 5th, 6th, 8th and 10th wards. For particulars, enquire at No. 30, Chatham - street. , may 8 iu rriuru unrui, - arrt likewise procured a very one wid to re.torea.or.toayery enerJge - they noi cui ne win rei - ci.o y - - - - - 7' . Those genliemen who may P'V n. mt wiihtiiirnatronBee. may depend oa the tnosi particular and respcrtful itendBicj. N. B. Gentlemen who .ubsenbe by J."T ter will have their razor, c. " . - for themselves. . ,, iM P. S. A tjood journeyman wanted. fc App y a above. - for im O by LE ROY, BAYARD CO. ap30 IX) LET, O A three - story brick bou opjxt , T - ...1 til Uie UIIM1 vm paiK in uuiuc, - . , too - ai reel my 7 Enqaire at No. t Grecnwich - rtreet. MICHAEL BURKBAMVCO No. 49 V Baiik CoFrKk - .Q'