The Evening Post from New York, New York on May 14, 1818 · Page 4
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MONT - ALTA. For tale of. to li tnc;beairiiful p' Mnnt.Alta. iso taiics - fc - otn liio City .' Hall, nlhe North iljvsr, adjoining lord v. our teuayH. It content 10 acres oi land uoder iaa - .proreoittnt. wilh a Uift, sadden in good coodi - : tion. a variety of fruit trcee, .aul cj.nve - vieoco a family Duty require. ; r or lerrai, wrnui 're reasonable, and if told ft loosncjitgitw U wished. wlf to ... j N. it D. .TALCOTT, 'jtpgO .' . - . . - 64 South - sL O. 'IQLKTUR LKAfE, And possession trivea immediately, Cuaimodioiu nd pleasantly situated Hou, at : Greenwich, on tbe bank of the river, about 1 l - I fades iron the Cits HIL and a short distance . ahuve lit tftnte Prison, with stable aud ut hou - sesv There it attac hed to it a floe garden with trait tre., tVubbsry, and pasture ground tun eieat lot a horse and cow. For particulars. En - gnire nf ; - . LOU hmm.. ty 8 lw .' 62 Water - street. fi UF.AI h.Sl'ATK fOfi Mlir.) VJ 'The home and Slot ol ground, .titante on the corner of Bedford and Arden streets, in J. the village of Greenwich. The house if lr and omveirient and built of tlie best material, ' and 1 every way calculated for genteel Tbe toti are 25 feet front and rear, and 100 : lee dorp. If not sold at private ale before tr . 14lhday of May, they will oo that day be fold atpbticaucti,attlieTotttinefJcnee House. For term enquire of - .. . , - . . ANDREW IIEGEMAHT, anV86t' On the premises. ' - EOR SALE, A farm nt helween sixty and seventy acre, situate oo the west bank of Lake Otsego, " ' I . . l . ' 1 1 - f .uM.Mnn'H ana one nine irora me muogr ui 0it are new stone house 64 feet iquare ; a at w farm house, barn, tic. It forms a desirable et lablishment for a gentleman wishing to retire into the country, aa its situation, at to prospect, convenience to market. &c. it not surpassed bv any in tit inferior of the state. - It will be sold 'low foe cadi, on a credit, .or exchanged for p ro ne rf in thitcitv. rooo. etc. Arpiy " pplv b K. SEDGWICK, ' Law Buildings. y 7tf 1 . . , IV LLT. liLji v For one or wore years, tU following UouMt at Harien villa, near tbe five mile ttooe Jooaiinroae roaa. . A nlcasaalit situated and COnveDieot two sto y Ilojse and Stable, with aGwdea and loura im of land. . . ' Also A pleniarrtly .situated and convenient two story House and Stable, with a large Garden eyxl Umc acre x iani, now oi me aouve piarvs , ara well stocked with different kinds of choice fruit - trees . Also A pleasantly situated and convenient Iwo itort Mouse, with a ttaoie end iwo acres ui laud. For lurtlier particular enquire ol . jACOBHAaSE.V, apgQ Im' , ' Near the tiremiet. ' rw4. tVH SALE OR TO LEAHt. L H f jiI in the ft. fi. 8. and 10 Wards l uiaiiy otwhich are on reguloled and paved streets. No money will be required under un yean, u uiu, interest eiccpied. x . Several Iwo and three story houses, en wlrlcb treat part or Hie money remain on mortgage. LAADLXG AT 11 ED HOOK. A . J - .IL.t for hninu. with ten ac res of IaikI, pleasantly situated, with a wuari, store - boose and barn. COTI OX and.WOOLE.V MANUFACTORY, .tear New - Haven, wilh 40 acres oflaad, odd a never failing stream, upon w hich 20 mills may be erected, with sufficiency of water for each. Apply at No. 8 Greenwich jtreet. ' laLHa tf FOURTH bi'KEKT AUItCL. NOTICE is hereby given to all persons w'.er - ested, that the Cooiniitsioner of estimnte and assesMwnt, appointed by tlie Supreme touit Judicature of the state of New - Vork, to per - form certain duties reuuve m uie opening u Fourth - street from the Bowery toad to the nxtn avenue, in the eighth wuru oi ine saia cnj.umi - completed theirestiniQto and asiessment at well of the los and damage mt lined over and above the bcuelitand advautuge leceived hy the own - ert uf the land and piemiset required lor the said, at also of the benefit and advantage received hy the ownert and parties in - - rntil ol anil in the lands und premises not re - Suired fur the said improvement, and that we e said Comni'iMiooeia havo deposited a true copy of such estimate aad oneBsment in Ihe r!ri. ..ifir. nf fitv of New - York, for the in spection of whomsoever it Biay etneern. And nntira im horehv ffiven to all Pel SODS iuterellrd that the report of the Commissioners of estimate and assessment will he pretented to the Supreme Court of Judicature of the state of New - York, at the city hall of the sty of New - York, oo t ridny the 15th day of May neit, at the opening of the Craui nn ttiat Hav. or iis sofn thefeafieras coun sel can be heard thereon. Dated, this 2!Hh day of April, 1818. 1 I'KTF.R HAWE3, . . '' PF.TEU ST AGG, Commissioners JOHN TA KG EE. ) ap29 141 TO I.KT. . A dry Cellar, under the house No. 29 Pmc - strect. Enquire of MR. BMr.ULS, mv - 1 1 tf 144 Pearl - street. PROSPECTUS for rcM.isniivo r guBscRirrioif ' A MAP OK MEXICO AND LOUISIANA f 1 Mi E publication of this Map has been undi r i L taken with the impression, that it will ex fiilrit information, hrlily interesting at eveut fnl rrii is . unfl i he valuable Mans which the au thor has procured, durini his several tours throuph .. .ri .i . ' tiu, a turn iqi9 mi l jriexicn, in uie ys - ars iuvu, iwi 1 ,J 1815, 1816, and 8l7.induce him to bekive that the Map, witbeven all Its luiperiecuoni, win e much the inosi peneci wrucn nus ituicu w fore the public. .... This M:id wilt contain the latest and best in fnrmrtiinn imm tlu, iliicoveries and possexinnf of the American, Spanish, Russian, British and French travellers and navigators and rcpreien - ting the claims of their respective governments on the Northwestern coast of America. The Map will include that portion of North Amxrirn. whirh lies between the Isthmus ol Da - rien, and th4Blh degree of North Latitude, and .from the Mississippi River westwardly to the Pacini - . Ocean. . .... In sixe the Map will he about six by five feet, and witl be projected on a scale of 40 miles to the Inch, to be delivered to the subscribers at fifteen dollars each. "... Matches, March 7. 1818. npltAnl - fv tR S.1LK or TO La."i'. liflJJ And possession given the 1st of May, a .! ranwninnt House of the basement ulnn, finished ia tne best possible manner, situated in Pearl - street, near the Battery, and adjoining the new bouse of Mr. Gracies. .. For particulars ennui e of ..., ROBERT R. HUNTER, No. 135 Greenwich, corner of Liberty - street. ap28 2w r Vxf. Ynrh Cetirnhrnllnt Office. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, that sealed proposals will he received at this office until M'lidnv the 2 ith of May next, for the pur chase oi the whole or of any part of 810, 4"8 17 - 100 dollars nf the. three per rent. Stock of the funded debt of the UuiUd States, owned by this HBir, The Slock, if sold, will be transferred nn the first day of July next, tit whirh time, njvment must tie mne hy llw purchaser or purchasers, at the Bank of New - Y - rk m the city of New - York. Tbe proposals wi!l I opened i the sid "Sih day of May neat and the iiest offer or i - ffert will he accented : rnvidiil th rflVn hr .nrl. .k .il consistent with the interests of Uie state, warrant e acceptance oi any ol them. Ifany offer or (flVrs shall he accented, infot matron thereof shnll be immediately communicated to the person or persons so offering : ami it is expected aad required that such person orppr - ' toot shall then give satisfactory security for tlw pajnseni ai oe iiine supsiiaiea. ARC1PD M'l.N TYRE, Comptroller Albeoy, April 27, 1818. up 30 tM25 7VT USKETS. 1000 Muskets with Bayonets, .XVJL eoitucQ to Cfcueniure, ior sue ny ' ' in be . of, the of it ed ine me Irom ea , in art of in etl my you your b. N 1UL8, oi taut, and more will rent 46 or a at rear, es us per feet 08 the lars feet 21 1st 6 56 5 or HURD fc SEWALL, 6i South - itreeU iNVENTian OF ML ItZ SPRASGH. Superior flan of knthmfwrittr.ic,ilhm(poftr, " ink, $Mr sr pent'U. TACHYGRAPHt r ti FLYING PE ' and mercantile hand writing, taught in tu. lessons by a peculiar movement of the pea. . . ! !,; m iui nnnrclt Mthod tttvuht With great ssjcceaa ia Loodaa; at U . UaierUy of Cambridge, aad recratry at i - Dartesion, t,o. w will eoablt any pertoa of whatever age, and not - wi'hstanding any bad habit they nwv have eoo - tracled to write well, aad with rapidity, after having received these Jetsoat. ? - Mr. l)t 8 - will receive pupilt at bu appart - meata, No. 48 Broad - street, aad will attend any lady or gentleman at their l.fies. ! Arademiet and boarding schools also attended. The best references can be given to nsost res - pecUhle persons of this city and Charleston, as it will be proved by the following 'altera. But the solid utility men ts of the system can be best teea its practical result in those beautiful and various tpecimeni it hat produced, and which may teea at JMr. De 15. teacMr rooms, , ' - FIRST LETTER. , , CHARLESTON, 9ih March, 1?I8. ' ; T the UiV. Dt Sprangh, . 8i I beg leave to inform vou. that a meeting the committee of the German Friendly Society's school, was held on the 4th inst. to examine progress of the scholars in writing, who were placed ander your care. It affords me great pleasure to ex press to you, the unanimous and unequivocal approbation of that committee, and So scholars committed to your charge. There not one who bat cot made considerable im provements, and most of whom Inve far exceed our most sanguine expectations. I unite with comnmiec in returning yon many inanat lor Denenis wnicn ine sciiniart nave derived your system of writing, and the judicious manner mwbicn iney liave beeu made acquaint - wiu ii. nespectuaiiy yours, etc. JOHN BACHMAN. Chairman of tbe School Committee. SECONDLETTF.R. New York, 18th April, 1810. To the Chv. i)e Sprang. 81 K From the progress made bv vour pupil this city, and that in a very short time, in the of writing, I not only unite in the approbation your manner of teaching, which is expressed ine preceding letter, out entertain no aouui that it is much superior to any which has jet oeen introduced among os. It was not without much hesitation that 1 ac Quired confidence enough in your proposals. Mattering as they were, to commit to you the tuition of two boys. My reliance on your pro fessions was amply repaid by the rapid im - .k: ..t.t. n. :. 1...1 nn, AM..i. jjivTdiicili, vil blip ml muw u i,iiminuAvu - that of your otlier scholars, most surpassed most . sanguine anticipations. Sincerely, therefore, do i wish you better success than have yet had in New - York, not merely for own sJce, but from a persuasion, that the more eeneral, your mode of instruction shall come, the more it will be approved of, as it cannot hut greatly diminish the labor and time which have been heretofore employed in the acquisition of a pood hand. 1 am, sir, with great respect, your obedient servant . 11. LIVINGSTON. my 9 6t REAL La l'A I K. pursuance of no order of the honorable the court of chancery, dated the 24th day of April, we, the undersigued, trusties nf the estate l lenry Dnier, deceased, will sell at public auction, on Thursday, the 2Hthdiy of May in - the following real estate i Lot No. 7 Dover street, nineteen feet front and eighteen feet rear, SO feet deep on southeasterly 47 feet on northwesterly tidet, be the tamt or less; and as now in possession of Mr. winiam Armstrong t sunject to a lease wmcti expire on the 1st May, 1826, at a ground of 60 dollars per annum. Lft No. 12 Dover street '20 feet front. 25 rear. fret 4 inches deepon southerly and 61 feet on I noruieriy siue. du ine same more oriecx, ns now lata in pofses'ionof Got. Win. rew, subject to I lease - , which will expireon tlw 1st May, 1824, 1 a ground rent 0140 dollars per annum. 1 L,'ti. i'j uoyer street, to leel tronl and : 51 feet di - epon southerly and 54 feet V inch. on the northerly side, he the same more or less, now in the possession ol Air. Ilavul iViuaaou; suhiect to a ieasi! which wi'.l expire on the 1st May, lH?4,ut a ground rent til thirty six dollars annum. Lot No. 15 Dover street, 25 feet front and 33 rear. 54 fiet 8 inches deep on Souttitrly and feet 3 inches on Northerly side, be tho same mole or less, as now in posession ol Mr. illiam bhatitl ; subject to a lease which will expiie on 1st May, 1U24, at e ground rentot loily tioi per annum. Lot o. IBUojer street, Jrti leet tront and "if 6 inches rear, il feet deep on (southerly anil feel i n northerly sides, be the same more or less, and as now or late in pns;ession oi i.oi. w in. Few ; subject to a lente which will expire on the of May, lllill, at aground tent of 10 dollars per annum. Lot No. 13 Tell strict, 29 bet front and 9 fi et inches rear, 50 fet t deep, he the nuue more or less, as now iu'povseSMon ui tho estate oi Win Gray, deceased ; subject to a lease which will expire on the 1st May, 182 1, at a ground rent of thirty dollars per annum. Lot No. 21 Pell street, tl feet front and rear, feet 8 inches deep on castt - rty, mid 58 feet 4 inches on westerly sides, he the sains more or less, as now in possession of Mr. Win. I. Wnl - dren : subject to a lease, which will expire on the 1st day of May, lb"M, nt a ground rent ol 40 dollars ot - r annum. Lot No. 25 Pell street, 31 feet front, 5 feet 3 inches rear. 60 feet deep on easterly, and 66 (eel inches on westerly rides, he the same more or less, at now 1:1 possession oi Johu lieyer ;siii iert to a lease which will expire on tbe 1st May, 1811, at a ground rent of JO dollars. House and lot No. 21 Pell street, 21 feet front and rear, and all feet 4 inches deep on easterly, and 60 feel on westerly sill, s, I e the tame more less, as now in possesion of Mr. Joseph But Icr. . The imrrovemriits on the leased lots to be va lued and paid lor by thi! purchaser, at ine ex pi ration ol tiie lease. Terms ol sale, cash, on the delivery of the deeds. Any (u.ther information whii h may he required will be given by either of the suhscri bers. ISAAC 8. DOUGLASS, ADRIAN 11 V AN BOKKF.IXN. The above property will be soid at the Tontine GollVe House, n the ahove - iin - ntioned day, by Messrs. r K AKl.l.s Ml. I Ull.X, Auction ens. my i ids LURLEU 11.1 IK M.IM f.iLlXJR. 76 Chatham - street. FBI HE subscriber returns his thanks to the JL puMi puHic for their lortncr patronage in the lino of his profession, and hopes fur their future support. He likewise informs them that he ha on hands constant supply ol curled hair, nunu - lactured expressly for matrasses, on an improved principle s and likewise guarantees the hair sold by him to be free from any intpuro smell, being ell scourc, boiled and tuned, and being ma nufactured by machinery, has an advantage ovei any other hair manufactured ia America its very texture and elasticity making it a savin: ol twenty - five per cent to tlie purchaser. f ll.l.l. - S "I JftUIYOU.S N. B. Merchants and the trade in general will uud it to their advantage to call as above, 30 bales of hair in its rough state ; 6 bales of long horse - tails ; 2000 lbs of Ion hair drawn 3D inches, c'ubbtd ; 600 doicn hair sieve bot'oms. For sale as above. my 5 "in. CHEAP CASH G ROCERY S TORE. Corner of Grand and Rynder - streets, directly opposite lentre ilarKel. TAMES P. AN'DOr; repectfiilly informs his friends and the JhiUic m general he has re moved from corner ol Broadway and lUed - st. to his present stand, where he solicits a continuance or iiublie patronage, and hopes hy his vnremit imcunionuo ooiain llieiM - slol l.iouort and other articles in his line of buriniss, thtrebv t rentier tlie most perfect satisfaction. N - B. J. P. A. keeps constantly for sales reueral assortment of first rate Teas Segar.Cof - u,NUUf oi an aious, c ic. which win oe au aupoaed ol at a moo.nte advance. in at 6 0 A. I dav in null to by Ail the of day at I P08T COACH LINE ro PHILADELPHIA , if . rH war vowitHwoa, , s i latroxTAaT to FASixarcr.RJ. No coraectioo with the post chaise line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPOSITION REVIVED. ANEW Line of Post Coachee with every convenience for passengers and baggage, on Springs TH ROL C II IS ONE DAY. The Post Coach will start from the Coach office, old No. 1 Coortliind - ttreet, N. York, every morning, (Sundays excepted) at half past five o'clock, by way of Newark, New - Brunswick, Princeton, Trenton end Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the same afternoon, at 6 o'clock. The new Steam - Boat Line Indastry will start from New - York every morning, Sundays excepted, at 10 o'clock in tbe Steam Bout Atalan - ta, lodge at Trenton, and arrive at I'hiladelpbia, a gleam Boat, next morning at 10 o'clock. Fare 5 dollars. . P. S. Passengers are requested to call aod take their seats at tbe office Old No. 1 Ccurt - landt - street, New - York. United States Mail Coach,' for Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington City, with every conveuieace for passengers and baggage, on springs. The U. S. mail coach will start from the coach oifice, old Nn. 1 Courtlandt - street, New York, every day at Z o'clock. P. M. and arrive Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Ouly rasseneers admitted. For seats in the ahovenamed Lines, apply to TliOS. Will i r Ir.I.lJ, at the old esiauusnen Coach, Stage and Steam Boat office, at the old No. 1 Courtlandt - stieet, the second oifice from Broadwar, New - York ; or to A. T. GOODRICH &'CO. No. 124 Broadway, comer of Cedar - street, New - York. (Cr - AII goods and baggage at the risk of the lACL'till f VI L:nvU ft, ITk owner. jvocrn ljiiui, cuho vy. N. B Expresses sent to any purl of the Continent, by thoaias Whitfield. ap il i JfOHTH HiytH yrK.1M - JiO.1TS. fc5rOntlie llthof Mav, the Boats will commem e rrunntngfonr times a week, as follows : A Boat will leave New - York on Tuesday, at A. M Wednesday, at 6 P. M. ; Friday, at 9 M. and Saturday, at 5 P. M. of each week ; and a boat will leave Albany on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 A. M The above arrangement will commence by the Chancellor's leaving Albany on Monday, the Ith May, at 9 A. M. and the Richmond leaving New York on Tuesday, the 12th at 9 A.M. lie rire - r ly leaves mw - iork on 1 uesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. for New - burgh, and returns on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at II A. M. my 2 SWIFT - SURE MAIL COACHES, FOR PHILADELPHIA, fjr - Leave New - York eveiy morning (Sunday sex cepted) at 8 o'clock, and arrive ill Philadelphia next to dinner. the publick houses are good, and reasonable their charges. The drivers, horses and coaches are not interior to any others now running between these two cities. The beautiful country, the excellence of the roads on this rout, connected with the safety, comfort, and reasonable expences, are btlcived to rye strong inducements travellers in giving this line a decided prefer rnce. 't he strictest attention will be observed the proprietors in giving general satisfaction. haggnge and p u kaats will to at the risK ol owner - inless insured and receipted fur by the clrrk of said office. Stage fare only $, with a generons allowance h.ig: ize. 1'arties wishing to travel at their tenure, may engage inetoun on reasonaiiii - terms exclusively to themselves, by applying one previou? to starting. r or seats appiy ni ysonnern liotei, sso. im ouruaom - sireei, uew - mra. LYON, SONS, ii CO. Proprietors. rp i tWO.V i.LVr.. i , . ilLADbl. NiiA Twenty - flia miles land carriage, via New Brunswick and I rtnloo. In uew pott coaches 5 Do. good stages, 4 50 Do. forecastle or deck passengers 3 51 Connected by the steam boats OI .1 V F. BRANCH and PHILADELPHIA. The steam boat Olive Brunch will leave New - York every day, Sun davs excepted, from the north ride of the Batte ry, at II o'clock A. M. Fasscn - jcrs will lodge Trenton, and take (lie steam - boat I'hiladel iihia, so as to arrive in Philadelphia at 10 o'clock tho next moruing, in tiuio to lake the Union Line Baltimore steam - boats. This line has a connection with the best boatt on the Delaware and Chesapeake to Norfolk ; as also thoe of the North Kivcr and bound ; and their several arrivals are calculatsd to cause Lttle, if any delay I his is a speedy and certainly the most con venicnt rout, as the pasen:rs will leave New Yoik after the banks open, and arnve in Phila delphia before the hours of business, without fa tigue in travelling or want of sleep, the land carriage being much less than by any other route between the two cities For seats in the above line apply to WILLI VM b. JAQUES. At the Union l.ioe Steam Boat Oihre, in Mar ketfield rtrect, north side of the Battery, be tween Greenwich Al Washington - streets, or t - . I he tJAri A1X on board. (fy All goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. ap 4 TH r. zOUA'I) &TK.1M IHUT UA'K. The proprietors, with lsrr public, by extending the line I'ikiu rf u friikiinnrlril intf 111 2aWMsUMatl L&M1" isorwicn, inrna mssm the ckiH - riiut'iit nidi the Fulton, Gapt. Law, am this rou'e (if found practicable) will he cootinted dining the season. Die line will in ft - t - jrc lie from .New York to Norwich, as f.inw : The Connecticut, Cnpt Bunker, will leave Nrw iork every Monday, lcdnetdau and Kriduu. at tl o'c lock, in the morning, lor .cw - IU - en I h rullon, capl Law, uill leave .VunrreA at C o'clock in the mornin ol thesnme days, touch Bt.Vftr - Lomon an J depart from thence for vVeie llnrrn at Ii oxioca. I lie nnais win liieei ni jitic until, and dejiart from th nee every .V - oifuy, fl'ttfmj - cfnyand .'fi.v, at 7 o'clock in the eieninit (Ik l.nnccticut lorVeie 1 art, and ti t - lultn lor J'eir - lAiniton arid Aotuuh. mh 17 WAN I'r.D. GOOD femaV u.rv.inl. t.i ilo the C'rK.kin L . nnd other work of a sin - , I taiuily. wlrere I to he no other help. None need apt) V unlet they an tiring a satisfactory rcr imun ndation trom their place ;to sucli a one cod wages will lie paid. Apily at IS Fraukiin street. my 5 4r is WDL'BtM, ic - .s leave tnu ormthe public . that he has lust, per brie.Bir - chus, and sliip Georg, from I - oihIot, a central assortment oi anirirsintne musical line, amongst wlunh iniMBI Vr .p?ant un&ll l - 'iunr. I'nri.i ekicant rue - wood emnd eshi. net Piano Forte. Also - t,e new invented Metronome or patent telf - liuie beater, with a large assortment of new Music, which he offertiorsale whotaJe orre tail, on the mojt retuon.i!e te. - ict. : - A. l , stX flk ses or a A NKwaracA and rasTa!rni.iccAatAiiiiAo' - mnn tihii a wekk. EA LB Newoorgneve - Montgomery, - BIoomiiburgb, MonUcello, by T bite Lake, Cothecton, Mount Pleasant, Great Bend, Chenango Point, Owega, lthica, aud Geneva, tnCanandaigna. - - Ueturnine leaves Canamlaiffua every Mon day, Wednesday and Friday nmrnmgt at three o'clock, and arrivet at Newburgli, the third day' in time to take the Steam - boaU which arrive in New - York the following morning (C7 way be expected Otat at mil ttmii when the iteam - boaii alter tKtir davt of running, that thii line trill tiler mo at to meet litem. The whole route will be perfumed in three days, from the first of May, until the first of November and from tue nrsi or ocmmr until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until the fimt of May, in four davs and from the 15th December, until the fifteenth of March the same line will he continued to the city ofNew - York and run from thence to Cauandaigua in four dayt. Passenger travelling from New - York to Canandaieua, Niagara or BufTulo, can leaye N - York in the evening - steam - boats, and arrive in Canandaigua in three days a distance of three hundred miles. The line is well furnished with good, new carriages ; good horses, and careful and experienced drivers Every attention will be paid to render the passage of the traveller safe,aay and expeditious i and it is believed that the accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the state. OCT FAKE tiom newuurgrt to uananuaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. B. A branch of tbe same line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Aubdrn. Also, a line runt from Owego Tioga I'ointi thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, &c. BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey, Blooniincburgh, ) V.. I'.. St. John. Mount Pleasant. ! L. & R - Manning, Chenango, tPropric - Luther Gere, lthica, tors. Samuel GreenlilT, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Laming, mh 14 dGin VALUABLE REttL ESTATE FOR SALE, IN THE (IT OP HKW - KORK. ITMVE lots of ground on the west sideofGreen - V wich - itreet, between Vestry and Desbrus - - streels, 35 by 80. r our do in the rear oi ttie anove, tronimg oo the east side of Washington - street, 25 by 80. Light do in the block below, between vvasn - ngton and West - streets. in Montgomery county. 6000 acres of Land in Lawrence's purchase, near East Canada Creek, on the north side of the Mohawk. In Franklin County. 15,162 acres of Land, in the towns of Mount Morrit and Dayton. In Lssex county. 7833 acres of Land in the town of Barry more. In the County of Lewis. 1250 acres of land in Casterland. Chatsanit Purchase. In Saratoga County. S600 acres in Palmer's purrhnse. Enquire at tbe office of the subscriber, 34 Ce dar - street. ' BEv. ROBINSON. tnh!7tf t:DIGLBllUN. uk OOUK SlOMACH, S acknowledged by medical writers to be a complaint oi stubborn kind, and at all tunes ery difficult of cure. This is sufficiently illus trated hi the disappointment ol those who unlor lunaieiy sutler under ir, as lliey, lor me most pan, find that after having tried many things to little no purpose, they are ot lust obliged to use (for perhaps tlie remainder nl uie) suiti articles as can at best but palliate thr disease. Undertuch circumstances, any medicine capable oi remo ving the complaint, must surely be an article uigliiy neserviiig the attention ol all unite wlio are afflicted with it : such a combination is to he met with in DR. MEAD'S ANTl - DYSEP - TIC or STOMACH PILLS the rucceis of which bus never vet been eaualled. for the cure of dyspepsia in its most complicated form, such loss ot appetite, nau'ea, lieart burn, natulen - y, Lnawing pain in tlie stomach, pain in the suit - , gieat costiveness, paitness in tnc counte nance, l.mKunr, lowntis of spirits, pain in the head, virtigo or giddiness, nnd disturbed sleep. v not vr r uppiit - a these pills in tlie anove uisease, according to the directions, will never be disappointed, as they have never been once - known to mil in prodiii'in n radicsl nnd permanent cure. 1 he u?e nla single box will convince tlie most unbelieving of their efficacy. They will most effectually remove ad sourness of the stomach, not merely by neutralizing tne nod, but by correcting lliut morbid state ol the secretions which gives rise to it, and at the same time will restore tu theik - hilitnted organ of digestion, that tone and vigour which is absolutely necessary to the well being of the animal economy. Piice one dollar per hox . For sale hy JUti. u. MUltnili, urujgist, No. 1KB Greenwich - street. Where may he had, wholesale and retail, a large anil general assortment of genuine Drugs and Meilicines : surgeons instruments: Apothe cary's Mass - Ware ; English and American Pa - tent Medicines. Also, layer's and Fuller's ai tides, Medicine Chests, kc. On liberal terms. mh 23 2m DR. I)E ANGELJS, formerly practitioner of Medicine iu tlie military Hospitals of Nap - H s, an i aiiiniuen a member oi tbe Medical Society of New - York, where he has resided since tlie year 1798, and his reputation and success in practice, is now established in the knowledge ol the public by near 20 years experience, contin ues to he consulted nt his office, No. tit Water - st'eet, opposite Crane wharf. In Kiieiiiuatic and Venereal cases. Dr. De An celis hai been wonderfully successful ; aud the most terrible effects of those disorders have fre quently been cured by hint in a short space ol ti ne without inconvenience to the patient. Obstructions, ulcers in the throat and palate, stiffness of the joints, pains nithe hnihs, eruptions ol the skin, together with a numerous train of evils, arising from neglect or improperly treating of the most insidious of iiiaiadiet . have civen wav to his mode of treatment in an almost incredible manner. His extraordinary success is, in a great oe.isure attributable to his well known At,ti - rb. - uniatic and Anti - Spliilic Syrups, which. iv nu,i uiey eradicate every form nl disease, res tore the emaciated patient lo vigor, aud htullh. ajilG Im . IIMS1TO I.F.PS ITCH OI.VTMEXT, WARRANTED an infallible remedy atone application, may be used with perfect safely nn infants a week old, not coutain:n; a particle ol mercury ,cr any dangerous ingr - ilirot whatever, ami not accompanied with lhat often sive smell whurh attends the application of other remedies, The above medicines are prepared and told al I.r.L'S Medicine More, No. 4fi Maiden - Lane ami ol,l by S. C A RLE, conn i cf Fulton and v aler - streets I iruggists anJ country store - keepers supplied no uiMrai lenns. Jan 49 yy - en o.i lit.. - - 1 . a c n.i . w . Uj .i oou - c nun larm on i nrog's rseCK, in ine man and cou - .tv of Westchester, fourteen trom New - York. The farm contains bout one handrtd acres of excellent land in good senre, a large mm ana other convenient out hnil'lings, a good house tw stories hirt, with four r.nis on each II or, elegantly rifitoted on tne nanxs ot ine Hirer : the si'otion on coramoaly healthy ; the neigl.bournoi - l the most respeclaiile ; aliuiKlanre nf truitof the best t lec k.u ; n ale and shell fi - li io greit vric'y taken nei.we uie notice, r or luruier intorn.ati(in appl - L Li ry Sunday, J uesday, Vl - - 0 "H - Thursday mornings, at ' - i Wthrf o'clock, runs through i uii ii li i mm j. ItU'aJLAMtS at at he of in io uie suuscneron ins) premises. STEPHEN B. HOFFMAN. Djiim BROOKLYN, FLA TBU&II, and B.I Til :. .; - . STAGE. - yt - i'.' .: JOHN HCNTER. - lias Jcorottsoced running a star between Brooklyn latbutb J and CaUi, unds - r the following regulitiai.3 : - The Stsge will leave the House ot aimon Voorhis, in Flatbush, every morning, pytc'.scly 8 o'clock, and krrlve at Brooklyn so as v start from Hunter ' Hotel (near the Steam - Hoat Ferry) at 10 o'clock, for Flatbush and Bath; leave Bath at half past 3 o'clock ftr Flatbush ; from whence it will depart at 5 o'clock for Brooklyn, and return to Flatbush half past 6. The subscriber returns his thanks to hie friends and the public for past favour?, and solicits a continuance. He has provided au excellent and commodious stage, wilh good horses an J careful drivers ; and will use his best endeavours to satisfy those who may favour him with their custom. JOHN UUiN ILK. N. B. Horses for the saddle or harness will be furnished at the shortest notice. . ... Brooklyn, May 9, 1818. may 9 1w HORSE FOR SALE. A PLEASANT saddle Horse will be sold etifan hv a srenllpmnn nhout tn lenv tnwn. Apply at this office. my 4 K. khrjjyardU tcctl of t.ngland - clutla, Uc. A FEW cases of extra superfine cloths and single cassimeres ol Saxony wool 41so, a few cases of superfiue cloths, of lower quality, calculated for the country trade, just received from the manufactory at Uhy in England. . ... Likewise, 1 case of vest patterns, from Reete - vin Si Bedford's manufactory, London. Orders will be received by the subscribers for goods from either of the above manufactories. ' J. H. LAURENCE to CO. my 6 2w No. 55 Pine - street. COLUMBIAN PICTURE GALLERY, 146 FCLTOSi - STREET, (Ross's Buildings, near Broadway.) To connoisseurs and amateurs of the Fine Arts, and to the enlightened public of New - York. THE proprietor of an extensive collection o! pictures, the works of the roost eminent painters, having just arrived from Europe, where has purchased them from the cabinets ol Romo, Naples, Florence, Paris, Amsterdano.and London, at a very considerable expence. propo ses to exhibit them to the ladies and gentlemen this city and its vicinity. The exhibition will begin on Thursday, 16th of April. It will he far superior to any as yet offered in the U. Slates, the pictures being undoubtedly originals consisting of upwards ol 200 pictures, by the bett matters. . Admission 50 cents each, or one dollar per month. Hours from 10 in the morninz to seven the evening. Catalogues may be had at the Gallery. TO LKT, The store CI Fulton - street. Enquire on the premises. ap 4 6w HYDE - PARK INSTITUTION. A SELECT and private Classical School is established at Hyde Park, Dutchess county, state of New - York, under the direction and instruction of BENJAMIN ALLL'N, L. L. D. The institution is de - signed to unite with a clas sical and English Education, the modem languages. The classical course will comprise the Latin and Greek Languages, Ancient History and Geography, Mythology, Roman and Grecian Aoti Ijllitits. , The Engliih course will comprise English Graminer, Elocution, Elements of History, Rhe - torick. Geography, Penmanship, elementary and practical Mutheniutict, and the outlines of Natural Philosophy.' Modern Languages will comprise the French, Spaiilnh and Italian. Moral and relicious Instruction will be atten ded to, as youth is the most proper time to in culcate and nx those principles ol virtue and piety, Mhich ought to direct ami iniluence the con duct ol future life. The pupils of the Institution witl be members of the Principal's family, and under his immedi ate care and government. 1 articular attention will he paid to their morals and manners. I lie government will be strict, but mild and parentalits aim shall be to give habits of order and inniituy, and inspire a genemus emulation. . rr i . r t - .. .1 s ne insiiiuuon win ue luruisneu wiiii a j.iora - ry, Maiis, Globes, and select Philosophical Apparatus, the use of which the pupils will he taught, nnd made familiar wilh the most import ant nnd striking experiments in Natural Philosophy. These will be considered at rewards of good conduct and attention to study, and con stitute one ol the most interesting sources ol a - museiuent and recreation It is known from experience that much ureiul knowledge may be thus incidentally communicated. 1 he terms are three hundred dollars per an num, payable quarterly washing included. Classical students who itudv the modern lan guages, will be charged 10 dollars per quarter extra lor the same. '1 he students find their beds and bedding. The number of students is limited. Gentle men therefore who are de - irous of placing their sons in the institution, will please to make an early application. All letters relative to the institution, address - d to the suhscri'icr, Hyde Park Post Office, Dutchess County N. Y. will he promptly attend ed to. BENJAMIN ALLEN. The summer term wil' commence on the l!0th, of May, my 5 5w A FRENCH LADY, who speaks and writes equally well the French and Knglish Inn - uagcr, is expert with her needle and has other useful acquirements, wishes a place as teacher iu an established academy, or at instructress in a private family tbe latter would be preferred - Satisfactory references will be given - - Enquire at this oifice, or address to Mrs. E B. Post - office, New - York. may 8 lw To Let f - jr one or mare yean. The following houses house No. 294 Broadway, two doors above Washington Hull, with a coach house in the rear if required Also. a three story brick house No. 415, in said street. Also, a new and genteel two story brick bouse., corner of Lispeuard and Church - streets, tlie terras moderate, r or lurtner particulars, apply at 4 is liroanway. uiii'on IMPORT AN f TO THE PUBLIC - TIIE subscriber bes leave to inform his friends and the public that he has taken a room at the corner of I ranUlort and Chatham streets, near Tammany Hall, as an" INTEL LIUL.M;r. Or ILL." Where laniiliet may he supplied with servants nl every description servanli with placet ; gentlemen wishing ser vants, tor travelling, supplied at the shortest notice ; merchants with clerks, and clerks with employ ; wet nurses with placet; mechanics with journeymen. Every information given to strangers and others, in his line, ho will favor him with a call. Families, becoming subscribers, supplied with servants at one dollar per annum. Also, Books posted, Accounts adjusted, l a pert of every description, copied with neatness, correctness, and dispatch Personal attendance, Irons 5 to 2o clock A. M. and from 3 to 9 o clock P.M. , Ho flatters himself that l.isatiidiiily and atten tion to business, will gain him a share of the public palrnuage. . . my 2 1m H. PADF.Lr ORD. rpHE FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE JL COMPANY have their Office at No. 41 Wall - street ; where they are ready to receive, applications for Insurance. 'i - k. - i'iiiitii UTorcr sv:n: r Dollar, is all subscribed and paid, or satisfactorily secured - . - . DiaECTona. Elisha Tihbits Philip Brasher, . Henry I. WyckofT, George Griswold, . Wm. Bayard. Jr. John T. Lawrence, James Boorman, Beni. L. Swan. Thomas Franklin, J.imrt Walsh, Stephen Whitney,' Jos. P. M'KinbF . Peres Jones , ' John Adams, Thomas Buckley. - . John I. Palmer, ELISIIA 11 B BITS. PretiJent., tal ry or er to to of let a he 1 cu er i of a J. WORTH1NGTON. fcec'ry A slisMiiing ru - hat differ. 10tl AJVFOTt BORN - fe. fo;e;, ' annually ,.r - ri:j " . IUce. The dueare m "vie iV resulttcmetJy to thia ZtFZ - VVh L hat a young rnaa, the hopes of his couaLt the darling ot hit parent, should be onitrfl f" wayfroDi al the way from i the prospect, aid toZrZZuZ bv the const out rices and by a disease nol ir. it. o.r.B'" s which only rrovcj so from neelect or I 10 friifU haaUl treatment." A BeciflerrhT, VLu?P.roP' tient) now perfectly hear'v and vii tP under physics of 'geneul Tjg and peHtcdlytalivatid ; wlfen ui. u. toy a were carious, )V a iellen,,. r si;. "Tr'??0V to nn irtenrt upciarea nc could n,,t i.;i.i two icoutht longer. Thousand. exD;C.V',!, know with what ease and ittfety Dr. ti .i?J catct tlie severest cases, and conSrros trav'fS?j3!" tutloa. The Doctor plan (adveEfe ccttary to guard the public again the n. . mercury, and other fatal delusion?, held " Pcrsvns, therefore, having contracted .7 vale disorder, or suspecting latent pour.. P admonished not to tamjier with their - T V tion, or conceal the diarirder, tUj r.B,t SS?,,i" ; othersbaving tlie rcinams of ir , li0 other tmpnrities ofthd blood, atWel .? complaiuts of a delicate nare ii" I?' sex. should remember posJcrity, and dn i!?' their consciences, by. making arl'l.?0 Dr." H. at his - ofd" and resui!ctaEfcUo.' lishment, No. C4 Water - street h.; Old - slip, to obtain that prompt aS,ert lone calculated to prevent disclosure. Ann Jf me claun j oi.r.seriouj aaention - Rcjn;! snperficird cure it no cure at all; unless ihTk ' .inesfi. radically done, yorf wi.l certain,? & he disorder breakout aKaio with redouhK hgnity, at some fqlure period , pcrlani too late for remedy. Don't you often rneeTh, the streets miserable, mutilated beines. . even a lit of ooteoii Ttlieir face - v3uJ beseech you. - .wmfys, Dr. IPs. character ;.for tkill aad ttubbon iafS. jnty being omversally known in this city si,7l 1804, guarantee to patients that delicacy crecy hitherto unknown, aad having confab I hi practice foryears past, exclusively to ILTurtZt diseases o tlie blood syttan, they may. afelycej. . atecn llie most decided adlaataget ia coa - lUlliflSJ UT Jla Gl'eeU eradicated in twe br three weeks Stncturei removed without "boiigie. or anv oth. instrument ; and all debililiei; likewie all old ulcerations, fistula's in... . . A plurality of oificet are prorided, and so sits ited that paticnUare not exposed toeach other's observation. Open till half past 9 in the evening AH persont concerned are invited to be free piling, and speaking with Dr.H. which is free cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid ths expression of gratitude for innumerable recom rnendatinns, and for the decided preference (it it presumed with just cause) long given him' by a judicious puhlic. ,. . N. B. ' Al) letters must be post paid. ' ' - ut. Ducoaoan. Aug 27 lv KIT HER QUACK KRX JfOR JMJ0&. ' AIOJ. .. .. DiR. EVANS superior method of curing a certain Disease, it now universally acknowledged in this city ; his mode oftrentment is perfectly mild, tafe, e - I'ciiiuuus, cuui nit coargis ie:itonable. In every ii - s'fuice he warrants acur, anu win return the pay it ha does not nerform atrreeabla Sto contract. Thesinctettserj - crr always observed. There are many rsnns in this city and its vicinity, laboring under various chronic diseases, such as cancers, old inveterate ulcers, scrofula or kings evil, fistulas, diseases of "the urethra bladder and kidnies, old complicated complaints of a certain nanire, Dinons and other oniinjc - tions, rheumatism, ic. whrch tbey consider iuce rail No, II TS hospitals in Europe 12 years, under some of tbf hrst Sorgeons and Phyticiont in the world, ass! made those obstinate diseases bit constant study for 30 year'. Oct 1ft 1 rrT The subscriber having recently returned from England w ith an important improvement oa the artificial tpring LEG, he takes this method of informing bis friends andthe public, that all those who are to unfortunate tu to be In want of leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by ap plying at no. n uarciay - etrect, New - York. Jn2S WM. PURVIS. fKr WHEATON k DA VIS, Fancy Chair Munufar. , turers, No. 153 Fulton - street, opposite St. Pauls Church offer for tale, wholesale and retail, a large and elegant bs tortment of Curld Maple, plain painted and ornament ed in gold fc hronre, Bamboo, Plain and Gilt Balls, Rock, ing, Sewing, and Converts tion Chairs. Sofat. Settees, Loungees, Music Stools, kc. - UTdersirom any part ofthe continent executed with nealness nnd dispatch. - Old Chairs repaired, painted and ornamented. mh 9 , . . " '''TEA' nnESStXO ROOM. FRUM EN TO, No. 1 Wall - street, Just re - A . turned from Italy, has the honour to inform the gentlemen, thatVe cuts and dresres bair in the latest style, and in a mamer so as to adopt it to the phisiognoniy. He has for sale a qianti - ty of RAZORS of tho first quality, 'J" not please on trial, the purchasers ie at to h - tnrn them, nnd receive the money, tie likewise procured 9 very fine hone, and ec.aBei, to restore razors tn a very aecn cup - they not cut be will receive no reconipeoce.; - - , I hose gcntletnen wno may pieaee w - - - with their patronage, may depend ootJ.e mny partirular ana respertiui aiiemmiis - v. - - W. I fl.nflemen whosuhtcrihe bythtqusr - . ter will have their raxors, tc. kept esduuveiy for themselves. ' . ,' - ., - P. S. A i?ood lourncyman warueu. . i';x mh6U as above. tO I TON. 35 bales Jsew , KJ hy LE K.OY, BAlAivi p3Q I O LfcT, . . ii, A inree - smry ones nui - , i 1 . - t .... - ...Im wnm nark in riuane. and next to the corner 01 ri - son - street. Enquire at Pfo. S uretowtio - s.. NEW - YORK t ' ' PIUJfTED AJWPUBLISffK MICHAEL BURJfEAM k CO. I . , 49 WiLMAM - OTii5iT niWtT yB No. - r rijLisK t,orn - nof rattle, they can crriainiy w curat lingerie hy applying at Dr. E VANS'S Medical Store. 9, Ptck - aiip, naving practised in exteli may 6 Ira

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