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At t Cowrl of Chancery, beld for (he stale of i rsetr - xorg, as uh vuin.ctiui i mwcuio ' Moose, ia the city of Albany, on the twenty ,' ttiird day of March, in the year of oar Lord est tbmiMad eight hundred and eighteen. ; prestot 1 be Uuei. James, Kent, Esquire, Chan - , eelfor ; Philip Schuyler, Philip Jert miab 8chny - i Kr,. Mtmuwr ocnuyier, Dicp:icn van Rensselaer, Jr. Philip Church, Peter Cre - ker and Catherine hit wile, John Church, Rudolph Bunaer and Elizabeth hu wife, Kkhard Chorch, an ui ant by trie taid Pbi lip Cburcb his next fnen l, Elizabeth Hutu iltoa, Alexander Hamilton Morton, Philip bchayler Morton, Cornelia L. Morton, tl mntmmwm J I VI I . l U , KM. HUM J i 1. Pltilip JwuJah Schuyler their belt friend and Catharine Van Rensselaer Malcome. John R. Bleerker, Elizabeth Brineker toff; Morris 8. Miller, and Maria bit wif Charlet F.. Dudley and Blaudina hit wife, Man ha Bradstrert, Samuel Braditreet, Thomas Morris. Thomat Biddle, John Wharton and William Hal and Catherine Van AMAa.lar Prhtiltr hit wife. ' t TU E complainants almre named having filed their bill in the above mentioned canse for the partition of the following parcel ol land, thai it to tay a parallelogram in the connlies of Oneida and Herkimer, in this ttate, on tli south tide . . of a pateot granted on the tecond day of January, 1714, toJtteph Worrell and others, comin' - n If called Cotby't Manor, lying along and urx 0 tlie touth boundary oAie taid patent at it bate, being 86 chain and 59 links more or leu in breadth, and the whole1 eitent of the a - ntith line r boundary of the taid patent, i. e. 483 chaini ore or teia length, and Philip Schuyler, one of the complainant", baring made an affidavit aunt aed to the taid hill of the truth of tlie allegation! therein contained respecting the unknown ow - Bert (ii tlie taid parallelogram. It in lliereupon. on motia of Mr. J. V. Henry, of counsel for the complainant's ordered that all partiei interested in tlie said parallelogram of land appear and answer the complainant' t hill filed in the above i cause, ty the eleventh day ol July next, to tin ' end that in caie of default, the complainant's hill , may be decreed to be taken pro conietto against all mch unknown partiei at thai) not appear and answer hj the taid day. And let a copy of tint orotr tf pumunea lor three cnirndsr months, once at leattin every weett. in a newspaper prin ted into city of New - York and in the city of! Aioauy. a coiiy, MOSS KENT, Regitler. ' mh 30 1aw3m v f?T4 , . tVH S.1L&, . .Vuil Between four and five hundred acre tuTinnd, tngetber with two dwelling houses, ' v - and sundry out houses, taw - mill, and two or . three fine mi II - teats, suitable for any detcriiv tioa of fnctoriesj ull compucfly tituated, in the . r - 1 : .l i u: : .. vivn di vMuuau. in ine vvuuij i uiuiuimii, in .'. .. thft tiate, and about tt niilbt dittnul, from bold .., Alban and tludson The land, for (he must : part, it of prime quality, and in good cultivation, ; and will be told in divisions to suit purchutert. The wter - privilrgtt are such at cannot often be : ; met with, and worthy the attention of manufuc turvrt. Phe greater part of (he purchase luom - y ' mat remain on inoifgase several years, if de - i rv rel. orir))ertvinthecify of New - lfork would I ut acrnea JO ev 'imnzp. ni nw rrmisr, in " pari at least, are to be disposed of ar AM. xviara, tber will be told on vbrt RBAioaA - BLB TKRMt. Knqnire of II. W. VARl1;ii, New York, or JASON WARX r;R, on tlie preraitet. ap4 DAC la3ni btKGEN OKI'IIANij COURT. Of the Term of March, 1018. Catharine Schuyler, ) - Administrnfrix, e. f ol Jolin A. Schuyler Rule, under Statute, deceased. . rpW E court order and direct, That Catharine ; J. Schuyler administratrix of (Iw goods, chattel and credit ol John A. dchuylcr, rleceaied, 5 iva public notice to the crditon of the decc - rnt to brine in tlwir claims ami demands nsainst the eitnte ol the said decedent, on or before the first dy of May, in the year of our Lord igh - teen hundred and nineteen, by putting up notices to that effect in five of the most public plnret in lit county of Bergen, for the space of two months, and advertising the tame for the like space of time in a nawspapcr printed and puts lished in the state of Nr w - Jertey, andin a nrwt paper printed and published in the city of New York. A true trantcrint from the record. apSdlra JOHN A. BOVn.Snr'Bate. FRF.NCM IN 48 LESsONS. 7X THE PUBLIC Of XEIV - YQRK, TT A MILTON, teacher of the French hit ' M M guage, regrets that the arrangements he has made in Philadelphia render it impossible for him to vbit their city thil summer. He ha? reason to believe his elTorts to change the present mode of education are appreciated by iti enlightened uihamtaotJ, and that they wilt rc ioite In the diffusion of a system by which a lan guagemay be learned in tiia tenth pari of Ihc time usually bestowed on it t thus tnaKiii;; moot for the attainment of useful knowledge in ether branches of science and literature, at the only period of our lives which we can devoto to our infraction, without sacrificing other interests. lie begs permission to inform them, that he has taken a spacious and convenient houi - e, no. 52 ' South Fifth - street, where he will receive boys ' under 15 as boarders, during the courso at $24 tier month, including washing, Kc. Ac. in 4, 5, or at farthest 6 mouth', according to their previ ous acquirements, they will be able to read and um'e - iiand French with as much facility as Knc - lish, thry will have nrtuatly read under the immediate inspection of their instructor, a number of the best workt in the Freuch language they will write it and (peak it: nor will their proficiency in the F.nzlish language be les; important. The translating into it from another language during 4 months, the continual tirccMity of appreciating and discriminating the value of word - and phrases, soon renders composition in both ' languages familiar, and gives them a knowledge of their structure and grammar, which it would be impossible to acquire by tho exclusive stnjj of either. This it indeed the most important advantage derived from the study of the latin language at it it usually tanght in schools ; here it it attained in a much higher degree, in a mui h shorter time, at a much let en pence, and with it the knowledge of a modern and practically nrefiri language. The expence of the course, exclusive ofboard, will be 48 dollars, including books, paper, fcc. tic. This expence will in no case be augmented; half the course 24 dollars, and two month's board, payable at entrance ; a like turn at (he end of two months. fchouM he rema.n 'Z mouths more, he pays for bit board only. At the ecd of the French course, say the 1st of October next, a course of latin will be commenced on the Hamilton system. The experiments already made prove that it may be taught on this plan with even greater efficacy and facility, (though Irom itt peculiar construe (ion and other cauim, it it necessary to read a much greater number of writers, and therefore a time rather longer is necessary lor its attaiumeut,) than the trench. Haaiillon is assisted by Mrs. Hamilton, born in America, and by bit son and three daughters, born and educated in France, but who have part 18 mouths in an En - lbh school of eminence, to perfect them ia the knowledge r thai lau - guac, previous to their arrival in America Philadelphia, May 9, 1 81 8. my It eod3w 7 SPORTSMEN h. JtfEKi'W arrv JOSEPH FINCH, gun - maker, respectfully informs his friends and the nubllr. ik.i I.. hat coanenced business in the store No. a W.n. treet, near Broadway, where he has for sale a ery handsome assortment of single and double - barrelled guns, fine rifles, fuee, kc. ; also, shooting tackle generally. J. F. still retains hi old stand. No. 261 Grn - wich - tre. t, for the workiufr. deparlmtut and hipiLif busiuew. Order left at either place Will be attended to with all possible expedition. 17 DtClm r WVE3TI0X Of MR. DF. EPRAKGIf. Svpenor plan of leaching vtnttr.g, uiihwul poffj rrACHtGRAPHY or tbe FLYING PEN, 1. and mercantile band writing, taught u si hMrifit hsf m fwailfftr MtiMtirttof the Den. - Iliia new and innmied luetbod lalucht with great taccett in London, at the Uninity of Cambridge, and recently at Charleston, qs. C) will enable aay perton of whatever age, and not withstanding aay bad habit they may have contracted to write well, and with rapidity, after havwff received tbeta lestorit. Mr. Da 8. will receive Dupill at hit apnart mrirti, No. 48 Broad - ttieet, and will attend any lady or genueman ai nieir imam. Academies and boarding schools alto attended .Ttm best references can be riven to moet ret pec t a hie permnt of ttiit city and Charleston, at it will be proved bv the followioc Setters. Bat the olid tjlilitr mentt of the tystero can be hett teen in tit practical result in mote neautiiui and va - riooi specimens H hat produced, and which may be teen at Mr. IV 8. teaching room. FIRST LETTER. CHARi - ESTO.V. 9th March, 1818. T the CAb. U bpraneh. of the comuntlee of the German Friendly urie - t - t tcnooi, wat neiu cn me 4in tnt. to examine lie procret of the Kbolart in writing, who were placed ander yur care. It affurdt me treat pleasure to exprett to you, the unanimout and unequivocal approbation of that cninmittee, and (26 K bolart committed to your charge. There it not one who hat not made considerable improvement, and most of whom hve fnr exceed ed our niott tanpuin expectation. I unite with Miernuirrimr - e in returning you many tbankt lor the benefit which the scholar have derived from your ijtr hi of writing, and the judicioui m.ini rr m wiik n nicy i.ave ncmi mnuu f.cquaiul - ed with it. Keipuctually yours, Sic. JOHN I3ACIIMAN. Chairman of the School Committee. 8KCON1) LETTER. New York, I Utti April, 1818. To tlit (Jib. JJt Hurangfl. . SIR From the progress made by yoiir pupils in this cily, and thai in a very short tune, in (lift art of writing, I not only unite in the approbation ..e. V: l ! ' i ' i " luauner ui irnkiiing, wmcn it txprn: in the preceding letter, hut entertain no don I that it it much superior to any which bat yet oeen iniroauceu among us. It woe not without much hesitation that I nc Quired confidenre enonch in vour nmnosalt. flattering at they were, to commit to you the tuition of two boys. My reliance on your pro lessioiw wat amply repaid by the rapid im provement, whch, although it had not exceed el that of your otlu r scholars, most surpassed my most tangume anticipations, iincerclv. therefure, do I wish ytxi better tucceta than ynii have yet had in New - York, not merely for your own take, but from a persuasion, that the more general, your mode or instruction alinil bfcome, the more it will be approved of, at it cannot but gri stly diminish the labor and time which have been heretofore employed in the acijuisiuon or a gooii nanu. 1 am, air, with great respect, your obedient servant U. LIVINGSTON. my 9 6t RtAi. ESTATE. I N pursuance of ai order of the honorable the I court of chancery, dated the 24th day of A pnl, 1818, we. the undersigned, trustees of the estate of ilonry Iojr, deceased, will tell lit public auction, ou Thursday, the 28(hdav of Alav in stant, the following real estate : Lot No. 7 Doytr ttrcet, nineteen feet front and elghtei n feet rear, 58 feet deep on southeasterly and 47 feet on norlhncstcrlv kidit. he the tnmc more or les ; and at now in possession of Mr. William Atmstrong ; subject to a lease which will expire n the 1st May, IMG, at a ground rent of 60 dollars per annum. uoi rso; Hover street, 20 feet front, 2? rear, 48 lect 4 inches deep on toutlierly and 01 feet on northerly side, he the same more or less, as now or lnt in possession of Col. W in. r ew, subject to i"'Bc, wiitcii win expirenn iliu 1st may, iiiS4, at a icround rent ol 40 dollar ner annum. Lot No. 13 Uoyer ttreet, 80 feet front and 22 rear, 5 1 feet deep on southerly and 54 feet 6 inch - ft on the northerly siile, he the tame more or less. at now in the posscsMkn of Mr. Unvid Munson; tutiicct to n lease .which will expire on the 1st mar, ioi, ai a grounu rem oi iniriy tlx aonar pr annum. Lot No. 15 Dnyor strwt, 25 feet front and 33 feet rear, 54 feet 6 inches deep on Southerly and till feet 3 inches on Northerly side, be thf same in, lie or less, as now in poscssion of Mr. William Hhatzel ; subject to a lease which will expire on the 1st May, 1824, at a ground rent of foity dollars per annum. Lot No. 16 Uoyer trect, Sfifect front and 29 fret ii indict rear, 21 feet deep onj'oullierly ami 21 feet on northerly sides, be the same wore nr less, tun! ns now or late in possession of Col. Win Few : subject foa lenre which will expire on the Istnl May, 1684, at aground rent of 16 dollars per annum. It No. 13 Pell street, 29 feet front nnd 9 feet 6 inches rear, 50 Ivet deep, he tt.e same morn ot !, at now inlposses'ion ol the estate of VVm Gray, deceased i snhitct to a lease which will expire on the 1st VJay, I8il, ata ground rent of unriy uonars per annum. Lot N.i. 21 Pell street, 51 feet front and rear, 56 fci'iU inches deep on enflerlr, and 5K feel 4 inches on westerly tides, lie the some mure or less, as now in possession of Mr. Wo. I. Wal - drwn i turned lo a lease, which will expire on the Itt day of May, 1U24, at a ground rent ol 40 dollars per annum. Lot No. 25 Tell ttreet. 31 feet front. 5 feet S inches rear, 60 Jet t deep on easterly, and 66 left 5 inthel on westerly tides, be the sniue more nr lets, a now ui poraession of John Meyer; sub ier.t to a lease which will expire on tho Itt May, It! 2 1, at a ground rent of 30 dollars. . House and lot No 21 Pell street, tl feet fmnt nnd rar, and 58 leet 4 inchet deep on eatterly, and fiO feet on westerly tide, be the same more or lets, at now in possession of Mr. Joseph Butler. The improvement on the leased lot to be valued nnd paid for by the purchaser, at the expiration of the lentc. Term ni sale, cash, on tlie delivery of the ileeils. Any further information which may he required will tie given by either of the tubsc.ri - licn. ISAAC S. DOUGLASS, ADRIAN II VAN BOKKELEN. The above property will be sold at the Tontine Coir e House, on the ahove - nvntioned day, hy Mnssrt. FRANKLIN t MINPURN, Auction - eer. my 7 tds CUKLEU HA in MAM.' FACTO HY. 7 8 Chatham - street. HE subscriber returns hit tnanks to the public for their former patronage in the line of liis profession, and hopes for their future support. He likewise informs them that he ha. on hand a constant supply of curled hair, manufactured expressly for malratsrv, on an unproved principle ; and lilewbe guarantees the hair sol. I by him to be free frvm any impure smell, beinz well scoured, boiled aud baked, and being ma nufactured by machinery, hat an advautage over any other hair maniifa.1ured in America its very teituro and elasticity making it a saving of twenty - five per cent lo vp purchaser. . VYIL.LlA.Yl JACKbON. N. B. Merchant and the trade in general will find it to their advantage lo call at above. 30 bales ol hair in itt rough state ; 6 bales of long borse - tailt i 2000 lbs of long hair drawn 30 inches, c'ubbed ; COU dozen hair sieve bottom For sale as above. my 5 2m CHEAP CASH GROCERY S PORE. Corner of Grand and Ryoder ttretts, directly opposite v.emre niaraei. TAMES P. AN DOE respectfully inform his U Iriend and the public in general he has re iuuea iromcqmer ot Broadway and Keed - tL to bis present stand, where he tohcitt a continuance w pmouc putronage, and hope by bit nrmit ted exertiont to obtaia iu ht nf i ir.. mnA other articlet in bis line of business, thereby to U. J. P. A. bx - ro MMi..ii. r. ..I. . genrral assortment of 6rt rata Teas, Sugar, Cof - lec, bpices Liquor of all kinds &c. tic. which l uupoteu ot at a moderate advaace. my 2 lot tat SOUA'D STEAM BOAT - LME. 3 The .rroDrietort, witli view of accotniaodatine: the public, by extending the line to Norwich, inteoa making Um experuaeul witntbe ruiton, Capt. Law,aJM this route (if found practicable) will be continued daring the teasoo. The line will in future be from New - York to Norwich, at followt i The Connecticut, Capt Bunker, will leave New - Vork every Jtmiay. Wtdmiday and FrkUv, at 8 o'clock, ia the moraine, lor New - Haven. .The Fulton. Capt. Law, will leave JVorancA et 6 o'clock in the morning of tlie tame day t, touch at fta - Lmdm and depart from thence for Jftw - H aren at tt o'clock. The boots will meet at Jftw Haten, and depart from thence every Monday, Wtdnn - day and Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening tlie Connecticut tor .Yew - Pert, and the Fulton fur fete - London and Aei ttieA. mh 17 WANTEU. A GOOD female servant, to do the Cooking and other work of a tmall family, where it to be no other help. None need apply unlest they can nring a satisfactory recommendation troni their last place ; to tuch a one good waget will oc paiq. nppiy ai io r runaua tneei. my 6 "X . 1 - UH SALE. , UJ A very valuable FARM, near Eliza - bcUiUitvn, in New - Jcrtey, containing 109 acres, with every improvement neceaaary for a farm Wilt be told very reasonable, and the terms made accommodating, or will be exchanged tor porperty in .New - Toik. Possession may be had at any time J. II. LA WREXfJE, ap 17 Stawlm No. 55 I'ine - etrcet. ALHAJiX' VIM WJLK. N pursuance of the act entitled " An act to M. regulate aud improve the finances ol the city of Albany," parsed March 24th, 1810, the com missioners ol the Albany city stocf, give notice, that proposals will be received inAtie city of N. York, by Myndert Van Schaick, Kt(i. and in the city of Albany by the subscriber until (he 15th day ol May nrt, Tor subscript ions lo a stock, not exceeding two hundred and five Ihoutand dollars, bearing interest at seven per centum per annum, payable srtni - auntiaily, at one ot the banks in the city of New - York, to such of the subscribers as reside south of the city of Albany ; and at one of the banks ia the city of Albany, to all olhcr subscribers, on the first days of May anu ,ovtmber; the priiipal irredeemable un lit ten yean after the date of the certificates (o be hereafter issued. The most ample funds, consUtinf of the re served reutt on lands heretofore sold bv the cor poration; an annual tax of jiJOOO, am! all their unsold lands are pledged, until the stock created by the raid law is redeemed and mud. The terms most favorable for the corporation will be accepted, that is to say. the hiiheit sum offered in money, for every one huudred dollars in siock, lor tho whole or tuch part of tlie taid slock, at may not bo applied for, by the holders of the securities of the corporation, a preference having been given to them by the art aforesaid. NitMCnplions to the said stock will be payable as lollowt : 1 wenty - flve percent on the first day of June, and the reridue in three equal instalments on the first day of July. Aueust and Sep. tembcr following, with interest from the flirt of Vlay at seven per cent. Certificntct of the Stock will be delivered on the payment of the Mt instalment, bearing interest from the first nf May - By order of f he Board ol Commioinnen. JOHN UOGART, Chamberlain. Albany, April 23d. 1818. . Itt" Application! for the above Slock will be received by the tubscriber at the store of J. U P. Hone U Co. the comer of Wall nnd Pearl treeH. M. VAN SCHAICK. New - Yirk, Ap. 28tb, 1818. ap'.'Od'JteodlMlS A very profitable FARM, of 110 acres. two third under cultivation, the residue wood land, situate n the sea shore, n quarter ol a mile ociuw me narrows, on the stateu Inland side and a short ride from the steam boat ferry landing. It givet a very extensive view of the bay and environs of New - York, within the Nairons, and of Sundv Hook and the ocean For nrcxiMict is equalled ny none, ine title it unquestionable. I wo minis ot the purchase money may remnin secured upon the land. Apply to A. V. I). Foun tain on ir.e premises, or io v. A. SfcKL.Y, i'uureenwirtj - trel. TO LET, a conveniei.t new 2 story house. adjoining the above, with a garden and about an acre ot land, t or terms apply at above. aih 3 eodtf State nf jYVtc - farkCon:plrolltr,i I'lhce. PUUI.1C .NOTICE it hereby given, that sealed proposals will be received at this office until Monday the 25th of Mav next, for the pur chase of the whi le or of any part of 840, 478 17 - iw dollars ol me inri e per cent. Morn ol the funded debt of the United rjtutcs, owned by this state, The block, if told, will be transferred on the first day of July next, at which lime, payment limit Iw made ly'tlie purchaser or purchasers, rtt the Bank or New - York in the city of New - York. The proposal will be opened on the taid 25th day cf May next and the nest offer or efter will he Hccepted ; pro ided tlie ofP - rs hp such a shall, consistent with the interests of the atatc, warrant Ihc acceptance nfany nf them. If any nuer or offers shall Im accepted, infor - inafion thereof shall lie immediately communicated to the person or persons to offering ; nnd it it expected and required that such person orper.r sonshhll then Rive .satisfactory security for the payment at the time. stipulated. ARCH'I) M'INTYRE, Comptroller Albany, April 27, Hi 18. apSO tM25 TO LET. A drv Cellar, under the hnme No. 29 Pine - slrect. Enquiie of MR. SMEUES, my 11 If 134 P. arl - strrel. HATS. JOSIAH WILSON in - fonn his friends and the ublic, that he hat removed his hat warehouse to 160 II roadway, between Maiden Hneand Liberty - street, fur the better accommodation nf his retail customers : where he has constantly on hand, nn exten sive supply, from his manufactory, of Ladies' Beaver Hats, comprising every lasnion ana de scription of color, quality, and variety of pat ternthe workmanship excellent, and atiapiru to this or any other market. He keep on hand (which be receive regularly, once a week, Irom hit factory) a constant supply of (he first quality nf Gentlemen' Amcricau Beaver Huts, manufactured under hi own inspection, of durable and excellent materials, finished in tlie neatest aud mo?t fashionable style. J. W.also has for rde at his warehouse, a large and regularly replenished assortment of gentlemen' fashionable London Eeavcr Hat, selected with rreat care, as to workmanship and qnality. Likewise, American manufactured hats, of every description and kind, suitable to this or any olher market, mch 30 2a wll WDU BOIS, len. - e to in.ona the public . that he ha jiwl m:eived, per brp' - chus, and ship George, irom Ixmiion, a general ataortmrnt of artic'etin the musical line, atnongs which are tome very elegant tmall Piano - Fortes, and a particularly elegant rote - wood grand cabi net Piano - Forte. Alio the new invented Metronome or patent self - time beater, wi'l. a large assortment of new Music, which be offers lor tale wholesale or re tail, n the must reaeoiMble terms, ay 8 NlWIVBOl and CAArfA!CVAMAa - A0K mats Tijtaa a week. LEAVES Newburgh every Sunday, Tuetday, and Thursday mornings, at three o'clock, runt through Montgomery, Bloemiogburgh, MooticeUo, by White Lake, Coshecton, Mount Pleasant, Great Bend, Chenango Point, Owega, Ithica, and Geneva. fCanandaigna. " Returning leaves Canarxltigua every Monday, Wednetday and Friday morning at three o'clock, and arrives at New burgh, the third day in lime to take the Stcam4oais which arrive in New - York tlie following morning. rxT It may be trpeettd tutt at all lunrt when the Mteam - boali alter their dayt tf running, thai this line will alter to at lo meet tium. The whole route will be perfumed in three day, from tlie first of May, until tlie first of November and Irom tlie tint ot isovemner until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until the first of May, in fohr days and frorh tlie 15th December, un til the fifteenth of March the tame line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to Canandaigiia in tour daya. Passenger! travelling from New - York to Canaimaigua, Titgara or Butlalo, can leave iv York in the evening steam - boat, and arrive in Canamlaigua in three days a distance of three hundred miles. The line it well furnished with good, new carriages s good horses, and careful and experienced driver Everyatten tion will be paid to render the passage of the traveller safe, asy and expeditious ; and it is believed that the accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the state. (J J PARK from Mewburgh to Canandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. II. A branch of the same line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Alto, a line runs from Owego Tioga Point, thence through Newtown and Panned Pott, to Uath, Sic. . BAGGAGE, as usual, at tlie risk of tlie owners. David Godfrey. Blooniinxhurgh,' E. C. St. John. Mwint lieaiant. L. & R. Manning, Chiiitir.n, LProprie - I.utlier Uere, Itlncn, - i tor. Samuel CireculuT, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Laming, mh 14 dOin VALUABLE REAL EaTATK FOR SALE, I "J THE IITX OF KKW - TOHK. IT'IVE 'cts oi ground on the west ide of Greenly wkh - stretl, hetwren Vestry awl Desbrot - sct - ttruett, 25 by 80. Four do in Ihc rear of the above, fronting on the east tide of Washiugton - itreet, 25 by 80. Eight do in the block below, between Washington and West - streets. In Montgomery County. 6000 acres of Lund in Lawrence's purchase, near East Canada Cretk, on tlie nbrtb tide of the Mohawk. In Franklin County. 15,163 acre of Land, in the towot of Mount Morrit and Daylon. In Essex CMinfy. 7632 acret of Land in Ihe U wn of Earrymore. In the County cf Lew is. 1250 acret of land in Cuttcrlnad, Chatsanis Purchase. i In Para'oga County. 3600 acret in Palmer' purchase. Enquire at the office of the subscriber. 34 Cc - dar - nreet. BEV. ROBINSON. mhl7tf INUIGEBJIUN, ok ovt'R I'O.IACH, 6 acknowledged hy medical writers lo be a complaint ol stubborn kind, and at all timet very difficult of cure. This it tnrTicientlv illus trated in t'nc disappointment of those who nnfor - lunnieiy tuner under it, nsti,i - r, lor tlie niostpart, find that niter having tried many tilings to little or no purpose, they art! at last obliged to use (for in - rimi'i mc icinaiiKii r oi tiiej sucn articles a can ui nest nut p.illiatc tlieditease. Under such circumstances, any medicine rapuble of remn vinz the coinplanit. must turelv be an article highly deserving Ihc attention of all th'xe who are amn ted with it : nuh a combination lib be met with in DR. MEAD'S ANTl - DYrEP - TIC or STOMACH PILLS the tticcest of which lutt never yet t'leeu equnlltd, for the cure oi oyspeptia in if mot complH - ated form, tur.h n lost oi appetite, naua, tirart burn, flatulen cy, koawing pr in in the stomach, pain in the bide, threat cosUvinett, paleness in Ihe countenance, languor, lowueji of spirits, pain in the head, virtigo or giddiness, and disturbed sleep. SI t. .1 ..: - t - . - - ii i r - v nurn - i uipnes hu m; pin, in inuuoove nisease, according to tbe directions, will never be disappointed, a they hai e never hren once known to fail in producing a radical nnd permanent cure. The useofa single hex will convince the most unbelieving ot their efficacy. Thev will most effectually remove nil sonnies of the stomach, not merely ny neutralising me acid, but.U) correcting that morbid l:ite ol the secretion, uthich gives rise to it, and at the tame time will restore lo Ihe debilitated orzan of diireslion. that tone and vigour which i absolutely necettary to the wen umig oi me animni economy, t rice one dollar per box. For salt; by JOHN C. MORRISON, Druggist, No. 188 Greenwich - street. Where may he had, w holesale and retail, a larire and geatral assortment nf eenuine l)rn - and Medicines : Surgeons Instruments; Apotlm - cary ' Glass - Ware ; English and American Patent Medicines. Alto, Dyer't and Fuller't ai tides, Medicine Chests, Stc. On liberal terwt. mnz5 zm DR. DE ANtiELIS, formerly practitioner of iMcflif - inp In 1hi n.ilitapu M n.nll.l. ..r V le, and admitted a member or the Viedical Society of .ew. the year 1790, and hi reputation ond tucces. in inn mc, i. now esiaiuitnea in tne Knowledge of the public hy near 0 yeart experience, conlin - uct in he rnnsultd al lii. nCTira n o j - iia;.... tt'eel, opposite Crane wharf. in uneumaiic end venereal catet, Dr. De An - celi ha been wonderfully ucreful ; and the most terrihl pfWfi ni lhn. .Ii. k... qucntly been cured by him in a thort tpace of - - - ' L ' i 1 1 V n i ar Iir - u s niuivui iiKonvenience io me patient. Obstruct ionit. ulrra in lh lkM.l I . . silliness of the joint, pains in the limbs, eruptions Of llii. .kin lA. - .k... ,n:,k . . 1 .. "ns!i"ci mui n uniuerous irain 01 evils, anting from neglect or improperly treating of the most insidious of maladies, have given way to his mode of treatment in an almost incredible ni.mner. His extraordinary incccn is, in a treat measure attributable to bis well known Anti - rhutnaiic and Anti - Sjpliilic Syrups, which whilit they erailitate every form of disease, ret - tore Ihe emaciated p - ittent to vigor, and health. ' I ' IV III, LEE'S ITCH OI.yTME.VT, TTfARRANTED an infallible remedy at one v T application, may be used with "perfect safety on iofanlt a week old, not ccnlauvne a particle ol mercury ,cr any dangercos ingredient whatover, and not accompanied with that offensive smell whUh attends Ihe application of other remedies. The above m - Jicinet art prepircd and told a'. f.EE'S Aletlicine Store, No. 46 Mai lea - Laue, anil told by 5. CARLE, cornel of Fulton and Water - streets. Druggists and Country store - keepers srsppticd ou uoerai terms. jan 3 ons.iLE. KjjI A hone and farm on Thro't Neck, in lite town ami coantv of Westchester, fourteen mi let Irom iSew - Ynrk - . The farm conlaini a bout one hundred acret of excellent land in good snis.c rgc mm nna oiner convenient out buildings a cood bsne two storiet his?h. wilh four rooms to each door, eieiantlv situated on tin; bink cf tlw Katt River ; the situalroa un - comraonly bralthy ; Ihe neighbourhood the most ispectable ; at - undor ol fniitof the best selection ; tcale and tliell uh io grervt variety taken htfote the honse. For further information apply t Si Ml SI ll IIWJ,I - ir riti. ti tWiaVimiTr iu uie suim.riut;rssn ine premises. STEPHEN B. HOFFMAN. my! la BROOKLYN, FLATDUSII, and BATH .STAGE. - . JOHH HUNTER, bat commenced running a stare fi - ilelwen Brooklyn, Flatbtuh audtiatii, under tbe followins rerulations The Stage will leave the house of Simon Flatbush, every morning precisely at 8 o'clock, and arrive at Brooklyn so as to start from Hunter' Hotel (near the Siram - Boat Ferry) at 10 o'clock, for Flatbush and Bath i leave Bath at half past 3 o'clock for Flatbush i from wlicnce it will depart at 5 o'clock for Brooklyn, and return to Flatlmth at half past 6. The tubscriber return hit thanks to hit frieudt and the public for past favours, and solicits a continuance. He hat provided an excellent and commodious stage, with good horses and careful drivers; and will use his best endcavouri to satisfy those who may favour bim with their custom. JOHN HUNTER. N. I). Hones for the saddle or ham est will be furnhhed at the shortest notice. Brooklyn, May 9. 1818. may 9 Iw HORSE FOR SALE. A PLEASANT saddle Horse will he told cheap by a genllemna ahout to leave town. Apply at tnit" office. niy 4 E. ShtppanPt vett of Ennland e faint. Kc. A FEW caret of extra tupciCae clolhs and (ingle cassimcres of Saxony wool .410, a few cases of superfine cloths of lower quality, calculated for tho country trade, just received from tbe manufactory at file in Eog - land. Likewise, 1 case of vest pattern;, from Reste vinii Bedtord'i manufactory. London. Order will be received by the subscriber! for goout irom either ol tbe above manufactories. J. II. LAURENCE ii CO. ny 6 2w No. 55 l ine - street. COLUMBIAN PICTURE GALLERY, 146 rCLTOX - STHEET, (Rots' Buildings, near Broadway.) To connoisseurs and amateurs ol tlie Fine Arts, and to the enliflilentd public of New - York. 'IMIE proprietor of an extensive collection o.' L pictures, the work of the mott eminent painters, having just arrived from Europe, where he ha purchased theui from the cabinet ol Rome, Naples. Florence. Paris. Amsterdam nnd London, at a very considerable expence. propo ses to exhibit them to the ladies and gentlemen of this city and its vicinity. The exhibition will begin on Thursday, 16tli of April. Itwillbefhr superior to any a yet offered in the II. Slate, the pirturet being undoubtedly originals consisting of upwards of 2U0 pictures, by tlie bctt masters. Admission 60 cents each, or one dollar per rconin. iiouriirnm win me morning lo tivcu in the evtnins. Calaloenes mar be !.r4 ni il. umiery. it' LET, Mil ThcitcreCl Fulloo - itreet. EqquI re on ine (ireu.rscs. an 4 5w HYDE PARK LSTU U I ION. A SELEC1 and private Classicnl School is XX established nt tlvde fark. Dutchess coun ty, state of New - York, under the direction and instruction ol BENJAMIN Al.i.l'.N. I.. I.. I) The institution it desizoed to uniU - witii a clas sical and Eugluh Educaiion, the modem langua ge' - , The classical course will comprise Die Latin and Greek Language, Ancitut History and Ge - osrapny, mjinoiogy, uomao and U reel an Anti quities. The English course will comprise English Gramtncr, Elocution, Elements of History, line - torick, Geography, Penmanship, elementary and practical :iaineiiiaiics, anu ine outlines ol Nat ural Philosophy. Modem Lnneuaues will comprise the French. Spanish nnd Italian. Moral nnd religious Instruction will he nllcn. ded to, ns y uth is the most proper lime tu inculcate and fix those principles of virtue and pie - iv, won n ougni io uireci ana intiuence tne conduct of fuluru life. The pupils of the Institution will be member of the Principal's family, and under bit immedi ate care and government. I'articular attention will be paid to their morals and immuert. 'It, government will he strict, but mild and parental itt aim thall be to give habits of order and industry, nnd inspire a generout emulation. The institution will be furnished with a Libra - ly, Maps, Globes, and select Philosophical Apparatus, the use of which the pupils will be inu;m, ann maac lainiuar wun the most important and striking experiment in Natural Philoso phy. 1 hesc will be considered at rewards of good conduct and attention to study, aod constitute one of 'he most interesting sources of a - musement and recreation. It it known from ex perience that much Useful knowledge may be ious incincmany communicated. The t.:rius are three bundled dollars per annum, payable quarterly washing included. Classical students who study Ihe modern Ian - gu igft, w ill be charged 10 dollars per quarter extra for the tame. Phe students find their bed and bedding, i he number of students i limited. Gentle men thereiore who are detirou of placing their ton in the institution, will Please to make an early application. All letters relative to tbe institution, addressed to the subscriber, Hyde Park Post Office, Dutchett County N. Y. will he promptly attend ed to. BENJAMIN ALLEN. The maimer term wil commence on the 20th. of May, my 5 5w To Let far one or more yeart, The followins houses hou'u No. 294 Broadway, two doort above Washington Hall, with a coach house in the rear if required Alto, a three ttory brick bouse No. 415, in said street. Also, a new and eanteel two ttorv brick house. comer of Liipeuard and Churc'h - tt reel, the terms moderate, t or further particulars, apply nt 415 Brondwav. mh25 If IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC. rHE mhscrrber begs leave to inform hit JL friends and the public that he has taken a room at the corner of Frankfort and Chntham - ttreets, near Tarmnany Hall, as an " INTEL; uut.xLt, uhiol." wnere lamilies may be supplied wilh servants of every description : servants with place ; gentlemen withing ser vants, for travelling, supplied at the shortest notice ; merrhnnts with clerks, and clerks with employ ; wet nurses wilh places; mechanics with journeymen. Every information given to strangers and others, in hit line, who will favor him wiin a can. Families, becoming subscribers, supplied wilh servants at one dollar per annum. Arso, Hooks posted, Accounts adjusted. Pa pers of every description, copied with neatness, correctness, and dispatch. Personal attendance. from 5 to 2 o'clock A. M. and from 3 to 9 o'clock P M. He flatters himself that his a?i Inilv and atten tion to business, will gain bim a share of the pub lic patronage. my 2 1m - H. PADELFORD. rTMIE FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE L COMPANY have their Office at No. 41 Wall - street ; where they are ready to receive applications for Insurance. i The CAPITAL STOCK of IMf a Million of Dollars, it all subscribed and paid, or satisfacto rily secured' DIRECTORS Elitha Tibbit.. Philip Brasher, Henry I. WyckcfT, George Griswold, Wm. Bayard, Jr. John T. Lawrence, Jamet Boot man, Behj. L. Swan, John I. Palmer, Thomas Franklin, Jamet Walsh, Stephen Whiuey, Jot. P. M'Kiniie, Pert i Jones, John Adams, Thomat B'ickleT. KL1SH. TIB (UTS, Fretident. J. WORTH1NUTON, Sec'ry. may C Im Lift: of patrile hr; By Wm. Wirt, Eso. 4 00. r 1 1 HE publisher deem it unnecessary to say JL anv thing in favor of the merits of this work, contenting himselr with meutiiSning that the first edition of 2500 copies were all disposed of in a few n.ob'Jij. The 24 improved editioo lor sale by ROB. M'DERVU I , ap 25 3w . 322 Pearl - tt. A'ttenUCMbficJAM kew todatiag, " . . tvreenthinffsth.fH.d.. Sua' DOCTOR HORNCforaeH, of the city of LttZrl.' member of U ftchS ?h - aod surrerv there YJZLfL ty to repeat some'oTya tiZ the abuse of nttacURY 1 ras mdmcriminate, and mou fied ete Uiereof, fcaTbeen tive of infinif.' !n IW'S'ue, ewe. Tbe disease we have in vie I11 - ' tal retuitt chieOy to thil toarce. "wES .,U f" thai a young rua'n, the hopet 0 hi. SSil the darhng of bis parunU, .hcujd 1 way from all the protpecu awl eninvi! , b, Ihe resequence, A and by a dilate not in it. mSStSLTfa wLichonlyprovessofrom neglect Tr f!r' ao trcatinent.'A A gcallemar, "(kd, grwWTw tient) now rrfecfiyberty and well v",lp - .indtrphy.icians of genei J practice bee and repeatedly .alival, d wlfe f W's Dr. H. (hy a Wleman'of ZEffift! were cariour, and hit flesh dopwrinrODe, hit friends declared be could wtffiK,e,0 t wo month, longer. . Thou.and.Kte'T know with what ease and safety l)r u Bta"j' cale the severest cases, and confirm.' th.',!La(f! tutioa. The Doctor's plan (adreiC?B,t, - U.i.T' Py .against theTbl"!: mercury, aial other fatal delusions, held fm.? " Person,, therefore, having contracted vate disorder, or sLtpeciii ir i,. :r Pn - admoaishednot to tamper with tfaj, 'J' lion, or conceal the disorder, tilliLt ?Ut' ry; others having the remain of ao old V" or other impurities of the blood, aweT..U.?' er complaints of a delicate nature i. ?,1' sex. snoum remember notteeifi. J v,u,r lo their conscience, hy io nr. ii. ai nit old r.,i , " . - r ""oa lijhment, No. 64 WMtMlitf of01d - .hp,to obUinthat prompt a.. lone calculated lb prevent disctn,ure ATif " let aie claim your seriou. enti)nRcmllr: a superficia cure it no cure at all ; uulnu tl " inestit radically done, you will n!rtaii,i. i. ' .he diwrder break out agin wftt' oy. jwri'i ycWfcun,' )e, n.uliialej bei,. 'J! the strertt miserable. even a bit of now on their face? neteecn you. J "Milt SSW aviiia, a. practice r years past. MClusiveJy to HiccureM diseases of tf.e Mood nytt,ai, U,cyLV,TteC.u Uieymay,,lfeyc,j tulting Dr. II. , . t uicot. Gleets erail - utfed in fu ir Dim. Strictures srmoved witlioul bmmM nr cr LXrument : and ll li..u 5?,.? an7 oUl - old lilreratiW, fmtula't fcc. WL'""V k" A plurality of offices are proi idei!, and to silt - d ed that patiMits are nut exposed toeach othcrt observation. Op.!n till half pest 9 in the evenir. - All itrsont concerned are invited to be fre - V, - allin?, and speaking with Dr. H. whicJi it Ire - , of cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid Iht sxpresnon rf gratitu.le for innurcerdble recooa - mendationt, and for the derided prefer r.or (it h pr - tuuied with jUBt cause) long tavenlum bv a Jilicinus puhlic. . 1 N. B. AI! letters must be post paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 Uf KEITH Eli WALKER); AO A I.VlUi'l - TIOA'. T)R. EYM3' superior J, method ofcuruiga rer - tain UiitasT, isnowuniver - lally acknowledged in this city ; his mode ol treitratot V, s pi rrecny milri, tare, tl - oeniiious. and Lis charge rentobnble. In every ii Ihlir. hff tfrnrrutf. . ' A 'l 'I'ii'l(, WIl! return 'he pay ifht iWMmt n9l Peoria agreeable ' ih sncvr niweyi opterved. There are many persons in this city and itt vicinity, laboring uniler vaiinut chronic disestef, tuch at cancers, old inveterate ulcers, acrofula or aiugt evil, imams, unease of Ilia areuira, bladder and kudniet, old complicated complaints of a certain nature, biliout aad other obstructions, rheumatism, Ac which they consider inn - ralile, tlie.y can certainly .be cured (in eenerall In applyingatDr. EVANS'S Medical tore. No! p, Peck - flip, having practised in exteW, hospitals in t - arope is years, pnder tome of Itt first Surgeons nod Phyticiaos in the world, v4 marie those obstinate diKatet bit constant tfcdt for 30 yeart. Oct Ii fTT3 The subscriber bavins - recentlv nturntJ from England with an important improve nirutoe the artificial spring LEG, he takes this method of informing his ftiendi and the public, that all those who are so nufortuuate ns to be In want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated hy p - lyiyuig at i Barclay - street, Hew - Yonc. ' Ji22 VM. PURVIS. ,p - WHEATON DA Vl3, Fancy Chair Maaufac turcrt. No. 153 Falton - atreet, cpiosite St. - Pauls Church oiler for sale, wholesale ami retail, a large and elegant tt - tortment of Curld Maple, plain painted and ornaasent ed in gold h hronre, Bamboo, Plain and Gut Ballt, Recking, Sewing, and Converts - tion Chairs. Sofas. Settees, Loungees, Music Stools, fee. Orders front any part of tbecoDtineotexecuicd wilh neatness and ditpalch. Old Chairs repaired, painted and ornamented. mh 9 XEW DnESSlItG ROOM. FRU.M E:TO, No. I Wall - street, Just re - . turned from Italy, hss the honour lo infor the gentlemen, that he cuts and dresre bair Ihe latest style, and in a mauier so as to adopt it to the phisiognomy. He hat for al a qsantJ - tyorKAZORS or the first quality, not please on trial, the purchaser aie at 'irty to return them, and rcrcive tlie money. He trat likewire procured avery fine hone, and engage to restore rnzort to a very keen edge and sbcmia they not rat he will receive no recompince. Those gentlemen who mav please to honor hua with their patronage, may depend on u particular and respectful attendance. fM u nn,i.,n. i.n .,,h.rrit bvtheQutr - ler will have their raxors, c. kept exclusive'! for themselves. . . - P. S. A good journeyman wanted. rWJ as above. ann aw "til l THAI. :lh holes 4ew Orlenos, tbrsale UhT LE ROY, BAYARD it - J ositetfrM ofHI np3rt m to bt r, atlifi A three - story brick house, opposi iMrk in Dnsn. ftnfl njisil Id the Corner Of son - street. Enquire at No. 2 Greenwicn - nry my7 ' '. 1. - NEW - YORK : PRLVTED AXD PUBLISHED MICHAEL BURXHAMk CP. No. 49 WriLiaaf - VTisEtv c - fTosiTE T bSK C0TTE - HoS.' ' ur. m;s. character for skill and shibh. :... gn y ocing universally known in this ei. 1 TuHRunrantf to paii,.BU that di? ciiJ I r

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