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INSOLVENTS, ADVERTISING F OR THE : fctKLFTT omiEACt IN THIS STATE. oriKD TOM TMI AtUT AaOVS, TBI :. ' omciAL nrxa. ' '; , ' tft - YmkBtrrt Richard Rtker, Recorder. , Jim BeloVn, inly - iticnara uuacraieve, juue .m Robert Nichols, July 3 ,. Thomas Storey, April 28 - John Alexander, June SO .' .August) Baton, Jim 30 Janies Mead, June 6 - ; WUUamM'Corniick, May 30 ' Lewis Keeler, Jeremiah Kecier, May 26 ' John Jackson, May 30 ' John Dick, May v8 J'ierre La Croix, May 30 . (!hriatian Truaa Mat Charles W. Oakley, John Lottjufl. Abraham voonurs, may xo el Vao Durer, May 19 ; Nsihaniel Mitchell, June 13 ' Intis'lisn iVallrina Mav 30 .. Benj. Williamson, H oi, Brincklc, May 19 . wm. Thompson, jnne iw. , Isaae Devoe, May 19 Epbraim fetarr, May $1 , James Bovee, May i . Thomas C. Terrj, June 2 . . Oshea Wilder, June C , . ' ' ; Henry Hast.sgs, May 56 . , , , Teter Schmidt, May 43 :" ftiirip E. Muhlenberg, do Albany county Before Philip S. Parker, Kit carder, in A Ibariy. c Russel P. Coe.de, July 3 . Nathan Parker, May 29 HearyJ. Ostroai, May 29 l.uke Giflbrd, June 19 John M'Caikej. May 22 Samuel Legg, June 5 . ' t beiuuul Lepg, May 29 .Eiipkalet eieel, June 3 ,v - ii 'fort ApoUot Moore. John.Siason, jun. May 23 Xaditon county Before Peter Smith, first judgt in Ptltrhoro1. Locke re Berry , J une 2? Cbarlei Adam, July 25 William Peate. June 27 Richard G. I meson, July 18 . George Cowan, June tfO Vilaa M Marrinvlim. J una W ' John Phelps, July 4 jllUVUII C7UUIIITTI1., uiw ElishaCaikioi, June 7 Oliver - Barker, June 27 Israel Osbom, June 20 Otsego County Before Jotcph IFhile, firtl Judxc in the loum of Cherry Fallcy. Atbaol Warnur, May 24 Jacob Mills, Mi 23 ; IJamoel GntEo, June 10 1... .4 riln S. I . 11 J ih Atilli, Mav 23 Cihy n) Troy Before WiUiata L. Xart), Etq fuaatla I 'huiMhaf III. J till T.I Vhoinai T. FruwMco, June SO .iiu l.uril Hooi. June U Coniiaiit Webtter. Jun. May 30. Ptiyton B. Hurlbfri, June 4 - OnotuUura County JitfbrtJothua tvrmanjlrit '" ' Judge tH Unondaea. , 'WiIIiarnGrae,i. June 14 " Cheater Ballard, and Wuthan St.Joho, July 10 Joui Brilton, June It Mile Allen, June 9 Joiejih Caies May S8 Iiaac Wntioii, May W Wward Camp. June 16 Kira StarkweaUicr, May 19 i :u. i ...... a . .IIIIUI iTilin, uira John Weill, Jane lo I'hilip Pittt, June 1 Elijuli Watioa, June 5 Levi Pond, June 1 Silai Ball, ofOti - co, May t0 ard, in Hakm. Ebeoeier Sevena, Robert Coon, and John Al dich, June 1(1 . JMin Ueynolda, Jane 5 Kara laral. Jmiad G intuit tounlyBtftirt John II. Jonti, Jirn Judgt, i.. JjfittueT. Sith Cok, July 1 Davit Kaiix ui, June 4 Kotlerirk Rgtunrd, and 'David llunioni, June 4 Jacob Van Galdi - r, jun. Jaly 1 Jbn Cramton, Jy 6 Nicholai Barilet, iuo. Juut 4 Imoo Copley, June 24 hrael Webber, June 20 , Aa Bennett, June 15 Solomon Hatting, May 29 John Lard, June 2 Marcui Carter, June 6 Gilti Biilwp,May2tt Kvlrnimi Hammond, do Francis Nourw, May 23 i ll, i, Pnwll. nf RataviIU MftT 21 Saratoga county Btfure Salmon Child, frit Juikt,inUrtc)rfUUU ' Calvin Murry, Juue 1 Churle Walerman, June 19 ' '.ly Baldwin, June 13 Obadiah Wood, June 11 , Benjamin Rosakrani, June 8 John WaMi, June 1 Robert Mil If r, JuneO I'eter Dun. June 5 . Tboruni C. Chate, May 29 Joieph U. Pinne, My 25 Hudton Cilybifurt J. D. MoneU. David Colon, July IB John B. Ilot'ef.ooni, rfune i , Andrew Kirc'ley, at HudMi, June 5 x J.eter Leadbetter, Jn 6 btoplien Pay a, May tfu Oliver Wliitaacr, May 19 - John J." Everti, June i Aurirew Race, May 29 Cotaml'ifl Voimty b'fort Jalin I. .VU.tr, Kit,. t'Odirev Ciritcr, J une 20 Aaron Shaw, jun. June 12 ,' ChtnanpafnuVy BrfortOUaduih German, . ' MiJVonruft. John Hotkin, July 11 Jlin W. Trw, June 2.1 NichitlM Kiig Juiih S3 InMiih Jualii v. MlV 19 Montgomtiy rounty Before Alexander Sheldon, Feter Brown and Jacob A. flint, June 20 Cilu Qimnat. Ma 30 Amaia Dudley, Juue 27 St tube county - Before TKomtu MB vrey, rW . Judge, in Painted - Poet. Famuel CamprieU, jun. Juoe 1 Jaceh Hill, May 14 JacobCopklin.Juo.June8 Oneida eounty Before Morni S. JtiUtr, Juitin Co ley, jun. July 11 Walter fowler, June 6 Aiubme Jonei, May 30 Abner U .rllett, June 2 Joaiah W. Bafg, June 2 Before .VuAn William. vieorgeA. Bartlett, June 20 K.ll kTo.,1 J,il I ft Orange eoun - 'y Before A'alhmn H. While, Rtq. Jit uotnen. Ananias White, and Peter A. Blillipaugh, . Jine ;U Hoh R. Coultrr. June 20 Job Plimpton, June 1J DauitA Teara, jr. June 8 Daniet T. bmi'b, My S3 J aha Hfd);i. JitmA. M'Whorter, May 23 Beftjftus Bi'ltord, May 19 Jiert,HlU'Unly...Btfjr W.D.Ford. Samuel Ce, July 1 Abraham HoHgrt, John linden, May 23 Schoharie County, before H'n. Bttkman, Esq oi ciiiarm. PM'ip Yomur,M..y30 AM Biihy, Juii. U William Reims, May 30 Johu B. ArUhy, June 8 Jeremiah Cole, do Aathaa Andrews M)T 30 Diafres Count - B'fjrt Jamet Emoti, Esq. Henn I ri n, June 13 Jo - O - ik . Ju'r ll Whrr Ktsrsiiy, June 50 HaT I ' v Jnm 4 Dasitl r'reueh, .Ui 5 George Cooke, Maj tl . . , - has very will line on by his of fe 'r Iiacc Bryan, May 20 , , v Aatbaniel Rufcles, do . - ' Joaepb H. M'Curd, Mty 26 V Samuel Hiut, May 23 ' .. ' - Amos P. Ketchaai, May 23 Dtlawar'e Count, before l$ue Ogdtn, Etq. Atisou Combs, uae 3 - . " . Warren County before Wm. Hobardt. Sela Whitman, and Reuben Willaxd, June 8 Atery Benedict, May 30 Samuel lphaia, June 13 Jnlia lmrA Jim A James 1 rumbull, Theodora. Hopkins, May 30 Jlzanan BconeKS, May jw Suffolk County before T. Strong, Etq Ptuiieai Whitsoo. June 30 SuUitan County, before William A. Thompson, Esq. est Jnompicn. Jabes Waknman, May 27 . ' B'fore Abraham Brotcnstm, Esq. Lrmaa Bates. Jane 9 Seneca County Before J Knot, Esq. atjttniut. Beta Chase, Jane 3 franklm Count, b'fore Albon Man, Etq, Henry UUey, June Ontario County, beore Judge Nieholas. Henry Kliworth, and Junes Eliworth. July 7 uariii.jt smith. May S5 Before J. IV. UoweU, Eif. al Canandaigua. Jatnei Stoddard, July 31 Jesse Penfleld, June 27 Perry RasneU, July 21 1 Caleb llarrin - too, J urn 24 'I'bomasO. Brran. Juoe I Pirrr G. Buck. Ltman Trion. Enoa frencb June 9 Clinton Cottnly. before Pliny Moore, Etq. David Peters, Juue 29 Cornelius M. Lrwin, Jane 10 Cayuga County, before Judge Miller. Jkred Wt rks, July 2 Ricbnrd Burnet, June 93 TimMhy Mustier, July 14 , Erastu D. Tuttle, May 31 Cartliautl Coutiiu. btfore Judre Kent. Charles Parker, al iiutuer,, 2d Moaday in June Ji aepn brush, July b. aaniael Blair, May 29 Samuel Ingaia, Jane 2 Henry Smith, do Htnuelaer county, before Judge Maittrt, H'nry Travis, May 8J St. Lam f nee County, before Judgt Ford. Jacob RosevelL Mstv28 Keuel Tajlor, May 30 Schenectady, before G. Cleveland. Roewell Perry, JuneO Otustgo County, before Judge Mooney. Isaac Caulk ins, June 26 Broome Cvunlv, b'fore judge Brilliant. Jonathan Edwards, of Bmgliainptou, May 19 Uuter County, btfort judge tJmendorf. Cornelius llool, June SO Henry biromon., June 20 Jfiagara, before judge fVilkenson. William A. Ruisull, July 11 Lott Patt rson, July 10 Harry Hrnrhaw, June 2 Brftre J. W. Moulton, Esq, Asa V. Ilnnis, July 6 t Chalaque county, before Zetlu Cashing, Esq. Joseph tl. Akin, July 15 Nathan Cast, June 23 H'ett'Chrster Lirumy, fxare i'jdz Ciwiant. jureminii r . njaer, may za Before Caleb Tompkins. John Travis, June 20 Tomjikms County, before John Sutlon. Hermann .Schuyler, May 26 Cornelius I). Green, Maj 26 lliehmond County, before John Garretson Ndthnnicl Martin, June 13 Christian J. Bedell, May 30 rtreene Cmmty, b'fore l.ulher Carltr. Matthew Salsbury, M y Queens County, before Cary Dunn. RicbHrd'Oii Remold", June 15 ' JLeieu County before Silas Stow. Richard Brail way, June 27 Benjamin Rich, July 9 SPQliCsMFJf U JWIlCUAJrrs. JOSEPH FINCH, guo - malcer, respectfully itiforms his friends and the public, that be commsnced buiinen in the store 3 Wall - street, Dear Broadway, where he hat lor talc nnndmme assortment of angle and double barrelled g'ins, fire rifles, fusee, tic. ; also, rhooting trickle generally. J. f . still ret.nus bit old sUud, No. 261 Green wicb - street, for tba working department ana shipping business. Orders left at either place be altPTilcd to with all possildo expedition, mv 7 iKVCItn CURLED 1IA111 MAAVFACTOnr. 76 Chatham - street. Til S subscriber relorus his thanks to the public for their former patronage; in the of his profrnion, and hopes Ibr their future support. Ho likewise inlorms them thfit ho ha biud a constant supply of curled hair, niimu - farlured expreMly for matrasses, on an improved principle ; au'l likewise guarantees tho hair sold him to be free from our impure smell, beiti; well scoured, boiled and twice d, and bun; ni.i - onfarturedl'f machinery, has an advantage over any other hmr ninutactured in America il. very texture and ela - U i'y wtiking it a savin; of twenty - bva per cent to tho purc haser. WILLIAM JACKSON. N. ii. Mert hnnts and the trade iu reneral will find it to their aJvantnre to call n nhove. 39 bales of hair in its rough state ; Chiles of long horse - tails ; 2000 lbs of Ion: hair drawn '. ine'ies, c'uhbeJ i COO dozen hair sieve Uit'emc. For sale as above. my 5 2m CHFVP CASH GROCERY STOKE. Corner of Grand and Uymler - strrcts, directly rppOTiie ieuire Marxeu TAMES P. AMJOK ri?ci tfully informs friends and the puhlic in general he has r moved from corner ol Uioadu ay and Reed - it. to present stund, whore he solicits a continunnce public putronae, and hopes by his unreii.it ted exertions t obtain the best of Liauon and other ai tit les in bis line of business, thereby to tender the most perfect satisfaction H. B. J. P. A. keeps constantly for sale a rem rni assortment oi nri rate l eas. eucar. Uni Spices. Liquors ol all kinds, tec tic wbicl will be nil d u posed ol at a moderate advance. my t lm WANTED. A GOOD female servant, to do the Cookii .t i. j ana oiner worx oi a sma II rami v. wlire i, to ne Mooiocr neip. none neeciippiy unles th ran onng a aauaiaciory recommendnlion Iron their last place ;to such a one (rood wages wi niaKi. Appiy ai in r raaxun Hieet. my 6 TO LET A dry Cellar, under the hone No. 29 Pioe - street. Enquire of MR. SMEDE - S niylltf 134 Penrl - strtet HATS. SI forms bis friends and the public, that he has remove bis hat warehnu to 160 Broadway, between Maiden lane an 1 Liberty - street, Ibr the be'ter accommiJatuin of his retail custom ers; where he has constantly on hand, aa extensive supply, from his manufactory, of Ladies' Bearer .Hatv comprising every taabion and description of color, qnality, end variety of patternthe workmanship excellent, and adapted tn this or any other market. He kop oa hud (which herectives regularly, once a week, from hi. fv - tory) a constant tupi.lt of the first quality I of GeoilruKu's American Beaver Hats, manu - fictured tuiJer his own itispectioo, of durable an.l excellent materials finished in Uie neatest aiet mn.t fashio'ialdc ftyle. J. W.slsoha - f.r .sic at his warehouse, a lanre and rtjjularlv ri pVnisSf J aortinent of trcutle - men s uhijii?i.U ixm iiwi taver fUU, selected with gret care, as to w rkm - inship an.', qiality. f!iki e, Araeric.li, manufactcrcd hats, of every d - .srription and kinl, suitable to this or rmy other market. toch 30 Sawtf EL oi ryl at tho on as At . tl'! ai AVRTn RIPER STE.JM - BOATS. ED . (Q - Untbe liuioimay, tboBoaU will commence rranning four times a week, jf iasrnllowsi . A boat will leave Sew - Ynrk on Tuesday, at 9 A. M ; Wednesday, at 6 P.M. ; f nday, at 9 A. M. and Saturday, at 6 P. M. of each week i and a boat will leave Albany oo Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 0 A. M The above arrangement will commence by the Chancellor1! leaving Albany on Monday, the 11th May, at 9 A. Al. and tiie Richmond leaving New York on Tuesday, the I2th at 9 A.M. The fire - fry leaves New - York oa Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, ut 9 A. M. for New - hurth, and returns oa Monday, Wedueidar and Friday, at 8 A. M. my bV If T St'ltE MAIL COACH 6, . ni rsii.iniLPiii. rtr - iava new - iora : ' . t v4 eve y inoinine(Suaday'iex cepted) at b o'clock, and ar - tnve io Philadelphia uext day to dinner. The puhlick house i are good, and rraronable in their charcei. I hednvcrs, norsei aniicoain el are not inferior to anvotlien now running be' tween these 'wocitits. The beautiful country, and the excellence of the roads on thii rout, connected wllhithe safetr. comfort, and reasonable el pence, are beleived lo be strone inducements to travellers in eivinr this line a derided prefer. eoce. The strictest attention will be obsened bv the tironrietora in pivin? eeneral satisfaction. All bagxnge nd packages will go at the, risk of uie owner uniess insured ana receipieu lor vj iuc clerk of said rffice. Stage fare only $5, with a generous allowance onggage. rarties wishing to travel ai weir tfi'ure, may engage the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, by applying one (lAV previous to si art int. for seals aoulr at S or (hern Hatel. No. 79 Courtlandt - sirect, New - York. LYO., SONS, 4 CO. ap 2 Proprietor. t . . it I L A D E I. f il I A . Twcnly - five miles land carriage, via New - BruDawick and Trenton. In new post coachei 5 Do. rood stages, 4 50 Do. lorecastle or deck pscn?ers 3 SO Coiioedrd by the steam boats OLI VE B RANCH and PHILADELPHIA. The steam boat Olive Branch will leave New - York every day, Sun days excepted, from the north side of the Hatto - Ht 1 1 o'clock A. M. Passengers wdl lodge Tratoo, and lake the steam - boat Phil i'lel - phia, so as to arrive tn Philadelphia at 1 0 o'clock next morning - , in tinia to lake the Union Line Baltimore stem - boals. This line has a connection with the best bo.d the Delaware and Chesapeake, to Norfolk ; also those of the North River and Sound ; and thrir several arrivals are calculated to cause little, if any delay. 1 ins is a speedy and certainly the mot con venient rout, as tho passengers will leave New - lorn alter trie banks open, and arrive m 1 liiia - delphia before the hours of business, without fa tigue in travelling or want of sleep, the land carri:;e being much Ics than by any other route between the two cities. for seats in the nbnve line apply to WILLIAM B. JAOUF.3. the Union Line Steam Boat OlT.re, in M:tr - ketueld - strret, north ulc ol thr Batlerj. between Greenwich WnViingtnn - strrets.Qr to 1 he CAPTAIN on b - .id. f5" All goods ond baggage nt tlie ri.! .f Hie owner. np 4 TH f. aUVJVJJ TEAM BOA T - UJT. tftgsf The proprietors, with a In view of acconimodiiting the - wKh.." public, by extending Uieline etsfiiiulrfSt' Norwich, intend mf iv ; i'xpcrimeiil nith the Fulton, Capt. Law, and lhis route (if found practicable) will be continued auringine set inn. The line will in future he from New - York t' Norwich, as follows: The Connecticut, Capt Bnnker, will leave New - York every Monday. Il'tdnad.tu and Friday, at 8 o'clock, in the miniil?. for New - Haven. The Fulton, (.'ap Lsv. - , will 'cao Jforutch at 6 o'clock in the mornin of the same days, touch at fi" etc - London and depart iroin tlicnce tor .""tc nann n. r. 'clork. itie li - atswill mttr n .Treie - r iren, nnd denart from th nee everr Mnn - lny, it ethirs - Jity anil Friday, nt 7 o'clock i; tiie t veninj! the onoeclicut u.rvVMfl l or, and tt e ruiitn lor ffew - London and .A'onn'eA. mli 1" 1G BBOAD - Tvaaa 17 DUbUlS, , e ,t jie t. ;. .iu in' rl' Vl . that he has j'ist rcceivi!. h;i br a 4 cfu, nnd hip George, from Loii.t - vs a (;nri .'"tin' nl 'il ii rucks m the. n.us.. ! 'iuc, ni.s which arc some very elegant inn II Piani - FuMi d u particulate enfant rose - wood grand rnhi - net Tiann - Forte. I Also the new invenbd Metronome or p'lent ll' - lime brnter. with l.irie ms irtment ofiiei, Music, wbirh be offers lor side whoitsale or re tail, on Hie most reas'inable terms my 8 SUGARS. - lf'O hhds Havana Muc vudoSii - g.us, rf C'kM Quality, now on Pi.ietle wharf, nndfors;ilcrea'iiiably, if applied forth Jay before storing. Sample may lip seen a', terms mtde known, on upplicnli'.u at 87 Waili - ingtnn street. u. u. V a. I1UVVLAU. my M COPARTNERSHIP. 4 NTH ON Y W. TlUPfA. ofthnhtefinn JL of N. Smith Davics ic Co. having taUtn nv i niirtnershin his brother NICHOLAS V. TKAPPAN, will conduct the n nuine and l:m cr hufincM under the Urniol Anth'.nv VV Tt;p to. at tne store laicty o upicd tv li.wiesit'o. No. 136 Broudwuy. N York, May 1st, 1818. HIH!IM W. TRAtTAJ, NICHOLAS U.TRAPPAN. rrr - ANTHONY W. TRAPPAN k IO. of fer lursitle the following articles : Perfumes at si esM - iK'es in grexi vsneues; ceyicn, mum, an - , - siniNnr almond, Kigges transparent, palm, verm, cutar, alpine, violet and otner soaps; Kngli'h toot!, powders, hrusbc, a compleat nasortoiciit c ni' s of all kinds, ink stancs, ladi jS garb r , work box. s. dressing ami shaving cases, aim - let ornaments, pocket book, punes, stnvti g boxes, knives, scissors and rams, warranted Sood, ridicule clasps and hugs, b"ot hooks, nt e - le cases; 1 rice work box, p.ncii enses, c:niu" wax. raxor itroiis. pomatums, opiate f for the teeth,) rral bear's grrase, shaving brashes, snrtT noxes, representing rerry and 1'eca ur, mini i tine frames, mabese buttons, thimble, pock - ' bgiits, d'.r lile ink, slts of leuon, B'.tann shaving boxes, silvr Inersen. cold mountt - i' sl'i 'Kfies, silver mounted tO"th pick cases a'.d UK - t'i pirys, roi.rne waier (.oi an t xceliem qua In,',) Kusp - 'ni's dentifrice, coral pond v.rt l reat variety of oUier articles, all of wi.ic&M - : ol thelateat importations bnd warrant" J g'ljd. i'nev bate also on haul an assortment of per fumery, tic. of Uieir own maaiifucture, all til which are warranted geouine.. IS'. B Ail goo.fs sold niid made by ns have nnr name on in copperplate. A great riiduftioi - mads to wholtsaie wrchaser, who wiit find it to Uieir interest tn call as above. suv 14 i JUST publi - hcd, a Discourse deliveri j at the consocralion of the Syn;one of Uie Chit - drij of Israel, in (be city of Sw - York, ro Kn - div, the lOthfif Ni - an,5i78 corrot poud.n wi'h the I7tj of Auril. IKlS, by Mordtc.ti M. ah. Esq. Jt"t received and for sje hv W.H - I l'VTIT CA I'.ma lnaT. nrwvw tn Triuitv 2 4T til sei the the dar or oi a uu ! - Church jard, where also may be hud Ml the new puUtcaUous. my 12 Ncwivmaa and casahdajc va at aimta . , TBKBB TIMJtl IU. ' sr - I EAVES Kewbwrgh ot - 3 - ' i U ry Sunday, 1 aesday, ?arnl iTiunday mominfts, at l' W three o'clock, rum throurn Montgomery, Bloominghurgri, wonuceno, uy White Lake, Cot bee ton, Mount Pleasant, Great Bead, Chenango Point, Owega, Ithka, and Ge - aeva, te Canandaigua. ' t" Returning leat ei Canandaigu every Mon - day, Wedneiday and Friday rnorviingx t three o'clock, and arrives at Neaburgb, the tliird day in time to take the Steam - boaU which arrive in New - York the following morn'mf?. eft" It may be expteltd tliat at all timet uhen the tltam boali alter their iayt of running, that this line mil alter to at to meet them The whole route will be oerfomed in three daya. from the firt of May, until the first of November ana from tne nm oi wovemocr until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until the first of May, in four days and from jtfie 15th December, tin - the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to Cauandaiffua in four dayi. Passengers travelling from New - York to Canandaigua, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N. York in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Canandaigua in - three days a tlistanc - ' of three hundred milei. The line is well furnished with good, new carriages r good horses, and carefui'and experienced driver Every attention will be paid to render the passage of the traveller lafe, easy and expeditkmi t and it is believed that Uie accommodations on this line are equal to auv line in the state. CJ" FARE from Newburgh to Canandaigua FOURTEEN DULLARS. N. B. A b anch 'jf the same line runs three times a week from Itluca to Auburn. Also, a line runs from Owego Tioga Point; thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, bic. . BAGGAGE, ai usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey. Bloomingburgh, J It. C SI. Jnlin. Mount l'lvasnnt. I L. & R. Manning, I'litiiango, IProprie - Lullier Gere. Itluca. ton. Suruuel Greenliff, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Lanei.ig, mh 14 dtim VALUAbLh REAL ESTATE FOR SALE, IN TBK IITX or F.WORK. IV h. lots ol ground on thr. west sideofGrecu - wu li - strtet, netween vestry aua uetnrcs - streets, 25 by U0. t our do in the rear oi tne aoove, ironiing on east side of Washington - street, 25 by 110. Ciirht do in the blck below, between Wash ington and Wet - sreels. lo Montgomery bounty. G000 acres of Land in Lawrence's purchase. near Kast Canada Creek, oo the north side of nioliuwk. In Franklin Omnty. 15,162 acres of Land, in the towns of Mount Morris and Dayton. In Essex County. 7832 acrci of Lund in the town of Barrymore. In the County of Lewis. 12i0 acres of land in C isterlaml, Chassanis Purchase. lo Saratoga County. ?GO0 acres in Palmer's pun hase. Enquire at the office of the subscriber, 34 Ce - street. BEY. ROBINSON. mh 17 tf I.S( it.Eb I IO., OR toUVti STO.ViACil, tj ac know leitged by medical ivritirs to be a rotnplaintoi stubborn kind, and at all times I veiy nilhi ult of cure. 1 Ins is suthritntly lltus - trnted intiieditnpioititiiient of those who unfortunately seller under il, as the, lorthe most part, find tlint nlttr having tried many things to little no purpose, Uley arc at lust obliged to use (for perhaps the remainder of life) such anioics as can at best but palliate the disease. I'ndersuch circumstances, nnj medicine capable of remo - vii.g the cotnpliiint, must surely be an article r.izhlv deserviim the attention of all th isc who are nlflicted with it ; such a combination is to he met with in DR. MEAD'S ANTl - DYeEP TIC or STOMACH PILLS the succesi ol which bin neveryet been equnlled, for the cure dyspepsia in its most rnmruici.ieii form, sun. lo - of api tile. li 'Ua, htart burn, flatulen - ci, knawmg pain in the stomach, puiu in the siI, grrat costiveness, pa.'eness in the coutte - nani e, h'nguor, Inwi.ets ol spirits, pain in the head, virtigo or giddiness, ami .listurlied sleep. hoiver applies these pills in the above disease, according tu the directions, will nt ver be disappointed, as they have never been once known to fad in producing a radical nnd prrnsHiient cure. The uteul a single bos will convince the most Hievint, ot their efficacy. They will most efl'ei tiudly r m''ve all sourneii of the tturifich, r.nt merefy by rii:utrn!iti:ig tiie acid, but bycor - tl'uc; that inorhid si'." - ol ibe.ecretions wl.u I, r.'vesriwlo it, and at the same time will restore i llipHeiVilitnU.il organs of nidation, that tout nd vig .ur which is absolutely recessury to the .veil being of the annua' economy. Price one ;dli.l w ' r or sale hy JOHN C MOR'ikON, Pruggiil, No. lHliGn eiiwicti - ittiect. Vin - rc i hy le had, v. lieli sh!h and retail, a T.rt and steiwral n - ortment of genuine Units nl MimIichics ; turgenns Instruments; Apotlie - ary'sGLes Ware ; Engiis!' and American Pa - i I Medicines. Al'o, Dyer's and f ulh r's art, - tes, ledicini Cl.e - ls, tc. On lilKTal terms, ii, h 25 Sin J R DE A Nt.F.LIS, formerly practitioner i'H J viedicine tn t:ie military ll. - ispit iisoi "ai a, and iid.i.itteil a member of the Mi iicai So - cicty of .V. w - orii, where he has resided since ihoyenr HUU, and his reputntioii and success in practice, is now estatilisiied in the Knowledge "I the public by near ".'0 scars rxpncrife, ci.ntin - in s to he consulted at his (Tier, No. 222 ater - al - eet, opposite (Lran - vhatl. In Kheuinauc and Venereal cases, Dr. De Aa telis has Ix - m wonJcrlullv successlnl ; nnd Die .nost li mbic i Beits ol those disords have ire qui ritly beet cured bv him in a sdo't space of u ne urtiout inc.nvi i.ience io ine paticr.t. Ol slrurticns, ulceis in the throat nnd palate. ! illness ol the joints, pcins in the titnhs, eruptions ..: the skin, together with a nenn rout train of evils arising iroin neglect or miproerly trcatin oi t"e niOKt r:iuious oi maiauir.s, uavegii i wn to his mode of treatment in an almost incredible in inner. Uis extraordinary success is, in a great ueasure a'tnliutahle ti hi well known Ar.ti r.'i 'un. itic and Ann Svphiiio Srruiis. wiii. h whilst they eradicate eve.y form ol !ie;ir, r - .r tore the en : iteo patu'iii io vigor, and he. nil apH ja. vs ircu o.v ;.vr, " V".RR.NTf.D an infallible remedy at out T v application, may be used with perfect ..tlrtvon inui.ts a week old, not contain:ne a 'i:rticl oi mercurv,rr any dangerous inicre hi nt whatever, and not accompanied with th;t npati ,veMre!t wb'u b attends the application of other remedies. The akive me 'llcines are prepared and sold at Ll'l.'a Meilu:irie Store, "to. 46 Vaideo - Lane tnil sold b S. CARLE, comn of fullon and Vi.tr - tr cts. Drui.nst? aud country store - keepers supplied or liberal trrmi. J n 't S.1 1 F, A h'H - o i"t t - itm wi Tnrig's Ick. in I - , t.itvn r.i 1 , - tiiniv jI ' ,ic iiefier, icuri - fp mi'. tr im .v.v - :,r. farm conttins ii"ut one hu'.ilrel at :k' nt es'.elbnit I, ml in gnod i.nrr, a 'an:e biro and ouier ronverint tii Uil.'irgs. a giod boute tw ston - .a his.h, :!! i .ur , - onriis "n e.irh r) nr. rlctrtn.lv sitnier un (lie Imi.Ls nl the East Riv : Uie situation un rnmtnnn lv ha thr: the ii'Tsrhlvnirhooil t:n - most repei:laMe ; al.jnd.inre c limtDl the I in..'. Silec tion ; a'e and shed 6 - h in grent var rly lake' M , noltv. Fr mrtht r informnUufl apply 1 ,.Wn'ii..ln.m.u.f ami - at at and vin To q he e of the ua in tne ty, . i ed a J STEPHEN E. HOFFMAN, my I lm ' I - . BROOKLtX, FUITBVSH, and BATH , STAGE. . ' .. JOHH HUNTER; has commenced ruun'mg a stage between Brooklm. f latbueb. iiih, uacler the following regulalioat : - The Stage will lea the bouse ot mmon Voorhis,in Flatbosh, every morning precately 8 o'clock, and arrive at Brooklyn so aa to start from Hunter's Hotel (near the Steam - rwt Ferret at 10 o'clock, for Flatbush and Batht leave Bath at half past 3 o'clock for Flatbosh ; from whence it will depart at 5 o'clock for Brooklyn, and return to rmousii half oast 6. The subscriber returns bis thanks to bis friends the public tor past favours, and solicits a continuance. He has provided an excellent and commodious stage, with good bones and careful drivers; and will use his best endeavours to satisfy those who may favour him with their custom. JOHN HUNTER. N. B. Horses for the saddle or harness will be furnished at the shortest notice. Brooklyn. May 9, 1818. may 9 1w HORSE f OR SALE. A PLEASANT saddle Horse will b' sold cheap by a'geotieman about to leave town. Apply at this office. my 4 A'. SheppariPt west of England elottit, tie. A FEW cases of extra superfiue cloths and single casiioieree oi laxony wool .ilio, a few cases of superfine clolln of lower quality, calculated for the eouulry trade, just received from Uie manufactory at Uley in England. Likewise, 1 case of rest patterns, from Rette - li Bedford's manufactory, Loudon. Orders will be received by Uie subscribers for goods from either rl'i he above mauufactories. J. II. LAURENCE fc CO. my 6 2w No. 55 Pine - street. COLUMBIAN PICTURE GALLERY, 146 rCLTOH - STRKF.T, (Ross's Buildines. near Broadway.) crnooissturs and amateurs of the fine Arts, nnd to tho enlirrhtened Dublin of New - York. I Mi E proprietor ol an extensive collection of L pictures, the works of the most eminent painters, haviDgjustarrirrd from Europe, where iias purchased them troni the cuhtnetl ol Rooie, Naplei, Florence, Pans, Amsterdam and Lotrflon.at n very coiif idcrable expenrc. propo - to exl.il.il tf.Pin lr. IU ladiea and irenth men this city an.l its vicinity. The exhibition will oeginrm inuisuay, ion. oi nnrn. u win oe mr superior io any as yei ouereo in ine u. siaies, pictures being undoubtedly original! consist - innf iinwnr,(i!i yiin nirliirf,. hv lh heat mm - B - - r - - j i - - i Admiision 50 centi each, or one dollar rcr month. Hours from 1U in the niormni lo seven I th v.nin f :aaln...P. ma I. ImH nl tl, ....... ..0. j I J , , 1J LiKM, I The store 61 Fulton - strecl. Enquire on premise. , npow - HYDE - PARK INSTITUTION. A SELECT and private Classical Schbol is Zl established at Hyde l ark, Dutchess coun state of New - York, under the direction nod instruction ol BEN J AM IN ALLEN, L. L. U. The institution is designed to unite with a classical and English Education, the modem languages. The classical course will comprise the Latin and Greek Languages, Ancient History and Ge ography, Mythology, Roman and Grecian Antiquities. loe J.iigli'ti course will comprise r.nzPMi Gratutuer. Elocution. Elements of History, Uhe - toritk. Geography, Petimanship, elementary and practical Mathematics, and the outlines of Nat ural I'hinsophy. Med tin Languages will comprise the French, Spanish ai d Italian. Moral and religious Instruction will he attended to, os youth is the most proper time lo in - cuttale and fix those principles of virtue ami piety, which ought to direct and influence the conduct of future life. The pupils of the Institution will be members of the Principal's family, and under his immediate care and gmernmtul. Particular attention will be paid to tbeir morals and manners. The government will be strict, but mild and paren IIIUlCUl Kill I e.iiv,, if Ulliii hum pmvu - its aim shall be to give habits of order and .try, and i.i.piro a Onerous emulation. ic institution will be furnished with a Libra - - laps. Globes. 8fld .fleet Philosophical Ap - tal industry, The in rv. Maps. Globe, and select Philosophical Ap :armu, iuo use ii wiiim uie iiuutia w in ire taught, and mad familiar with the uiost import - ....... . I e ..L..t. .i.. . i - : 1 1 I,. ant aud striking experiments in Natural Philoso - nl.f. Trioan a Mwuiniifwdal nalfdl n good conduct nnd attention to study, and constitute one of the most interest irg sources of a - musement and recreation. It is kuown trora ex perience that much useful knowledge may be thus incidentally coinninnicaUd. I fie t ran are three nundrea dollars per an num, payable quarterly washing included. Classical students w ho study ttie modern Ian - surges, will be charged 10 dollars per quarter extra for the same Tho students tind thir beds nnd bedding. 'Ll - .r - number of students is limited. Gentle men t'M'reforc who arc desirous of plicin their sons in the institution, will please to make an early t.pplication. ai; letters relative io ine institution, ati(iri - d to the subscriber, Hyde I'ark Post Office, Dutchess Couuty N. l . will ne promptly atlciid - to. LKHJAMItt ALl.t.tl The siuumer term wil! commence on the 20th, i Mi y, my 5 aw f 4t To Ltt for one or more years, JuH The following houses bouie No. S!M Broaiiway, two doors above Washington Hall, with a coat h house in the rear if retpiued Also, three storv brick house No. 415, unhid street. Also, a new and genteel two story brick house, corner cf Lispenard and Cburch - slrccts, the terms moderate, t or lurther particulars, apply nt 415 tiroartway. nm ti iMfOR'PANT IO THE PUBLIC. 'II PUI1ILI IUC VJp,0 I' O C IV IIM.Hlll III. J. friends and the public that he has taken a re m at tho corner of frankfort and Chatham - .... T.inmlnv Hntl. n nil I. I.SiTn.l rr. 1 1 L1 )....!... rr. I ..... a , n i . C. . . I. I LlGi.N': OFFICE." Where families may he. suppl." t witn servants oi every description sonants wiUi places ; grrit'rmen wuhins fer - vunts. ftir travelling, supplied at Ui shitest notice ; mt r.liants with clerks, and clerks with employ ; wot nurses with place! ; mechanics with iournevtnen. Every information given to stran gers and others, in his line, who Kill favor him with a call. I'muium, becoming; subtcribers, supplied with len - uiUatoon dollar peraunum. Alsn, Looks posted, Accounts auinsteii, Pa pers of every description, copied with neatness. correctness, anj di,jiatch 1 ersooal attendance, from 5 to 2 o'clock A. M. and from 3 to 9 o'clock M. He flat tur himself that Lis assiduity and atten tion to busincn, will gain bim a ibare of the pub lic patronage. uiv Z lm tl. 1 A Ur.I r OKU. 'PHE FRANKLIN FIl'E INSURANCE L COMPANY have U.eir Office rt No. 41 Wall - s'rcet i wiit.re tnei are rea.iv to receive anolica.il' s P r lcSi'Hi;ie Tie CAPI ' AL STt'CK of ll.lfa Million of Dollars, is rll subscnliedand paid, or satisfacto nly secured JIlRFCTOHB. Flislia Tibbilt. P'ulip Brasber, Hmry I yycU.ff, George G. - iswold, Wm Bayard. Jr. J .hn T. Lawrence, J.imfS Borman, Hph. L. fans, John I. Palnvr, Thomas Franklin, James Walsh, Stcplwn Whimey, J - s. P. M'Kinlie, Pen s Jones, )... loins, Th . . s B'k kW. r;i.l - HA Tl'im rs, President. J. WOIU HINGTON, see'ry. mayfJ lm LI. c VF PA TKI' K lit.' .N 1 , ! Wm. Wirt, Eso. 4 00. rilHE puli'.l ber deems 't unnnani T to ay JL anv thin; :n r - ivm tf it;., merits pf.l'ai work, cou'ridiug 1 - .nself wilh Bitioriro! that the first edition of 2 iDft cojios were all oisposed 'ot in a i w months. The 2d improved edition tcr'i!. - br ROB. M'DF.R.VtiJT, ap 2i 3w t:i Peasl st, tal that the way by and and Dr. bis two ry or er io ol let I Dip Ii" be I inn . pr uj ( ol or of - ?. I th of a u A tliKinlBf pitBc klew how t eUsfiit .ia . . iweea things ttUdiffeTv J prober of th.7&culb2i ..d sury there, deem, ft & ty to repea some om.,.. a9m. (be abuse of MERCURY rash, udiscriminaie, and anA.,.! fled use thercobeta tive of infinite iS!,! P" - sands are annual r mercurial; 1I10 ence. The 0a4 we h.7e W U results chiefly to Puis source What . i a yonng man, the bopes of his eoSJtp,,yt danmg of hi. rrnti from ail the prospects and enio7.7r?. ' (he con wqHCTreTofoTe "J cned t - Uofui. lotnenL la I ..I by a di not in iU owa oatw fcTsfaalf wluch only prove! so from neglect or in treatitenLW A gwtlemae. fl.t. n.mP.roP tient) now perfectly bearry and well, hid h under phyi'ciani of general practice siii rewatedlysalivat, d; when recoiiei& H. (by a gentleman of this city)Liati were carious, and his flesh droppioirni. , k friends declared he could not poi bbf.. ; months longer. Thousands per?m?T knowwrthwhal ease and safety 3? J catei Uie severest casus, and confirms th.'l tution. The Doctor's Plan (S& T ceuary to guard Uie public against tin at . mercury, and other fatal delusions, held fn.nf W Persons, therefore, Lavbjg contracted VZ vate disorder, or suspecting latent poison P adraooiihednot to tamper wiih thelrconlttfl tion, or conceal the disorder, till put icot , vuicrauBTin uw remains of aa old raa. other impurities of Uie blood, asweUa. !J? complaints of a delicate nature, i. t - ' sseth. eith fistic icatioa L . j 7 uaiure, ui th. ex. should remember posterity, and do twtir. uieir cuiuciruces, oy maaine annI.V, - sues stioa tab - WMt I'll. Old - slip, to obtain that iiwiiutuu ..v. v - w . . vci - BiirrL. inn Hi lone calculated fb prevent disclosure. "S Z? ma claim your aerioui tteirfion - RenxnVn! superficial cure ii no cure at all ; anles uV hi fiucssis radically done, yoa will certainlyhsv. ihsnrder hhlr nut .i ' ; w ." - i . 1 . - s" wiu rcuouiiled raa lignity, at some future penod ; ptrhan, th too late for remedy. Don't you oftea.T ?! ,,Ven a bit of nose on Uieir face I Ta?' J!"1!0"' beseech yon. wanji,6, i),, H.. character for skill and stuhho. . stio hi - injr nniveratill. Irnnurn i :'"Ym iireru niiipraniH. n.nttixii k - .: ,m io04,euaraiitee to Datients that H.iiilv.'". .,. liitrwrtn nna - nnum ""V" i:. . ' " SCOOBned Ills dilejes of tiie blood system, they mustfru'raL cnlate on the most decided advutaeea 7ii rL iuKni( Dr. II. " yiettl eradicated in twt or three t.lr. e..: ,. I ,i . i '.lre weeKI. .'iiii iuii.b iciuurcu wiirmiii ruin.i.. a . i in,iruuiriii s mum nil ni'ni ilia.. 1.1.. - ... iCerr.tioni. itulas Are. " a ntnralitvnl'ntfira a r....: i.i j .. ..Ij Vi". ' " . SU. ticu uiai iMiieiu sre noi exposed toeacb otkec'a uuiervuiiuu. sma uu nay pasi V in lh evenir A II nersona ronrernud ara invifMl . k. ailing, and spcakim wiUi Dr. H. which i. ,Jz. cost. And here Uie lloctor cannot avoid ih. expression of gratitude for innumerable recoin - rueuaaiious, anil lor tne decided preference (it is presumed with just cause) long given him by a a . b. ah leiters must he post paid. Dr. Burhaiiau. Aug 87 l JfMTUKR WAChkliY JiOH J.VPusl riH. EVAN? supcrir ,meUiod ofcuring a cer tain Dieeae?, inow univer sally acknowledged in this city ; bis mode of trcntmeat is perfect 'y miM, safe, ex - iPcuiuuuK, una ins cnargis reasonable. la every 'tanre be warrants a cun, and will return the pay ifhe dots not perform agreeable to contract. V.... ...mm a . 1 Jl There are many persons in this city and its vi cinity, laboring tinder various chronic diseHSrs, surn as cancers, oin inveterate utrers, acroiuls kings evil, fistulas, diseases of the urethra, bladder nnd kidnies, old complicated complaints a certain nature, bilious and other obsfruc. - - - , . , . . . , Hons, rheumatism, h tbeyconsider uif s able, U,cy car. certninly be ered m frvctnl) hy appl vuig at '.EVANS'S Medical Store. No, t"e.:alip, having practised in extebtirs , ' . . - - first Surgeons and Physicians in the world, ssst hospitals in r.umpc iz jnn, unoer some oi at made loose oosunuie uiasea uis conswni stsn i"'""1" rr7 The snbsenber havms recenUy retamsa from F.nerland with an iniDortant imnrovementM artificU spring LEG, he takes this method informing his biends and the public, that all tnose wno are so unioriunate aa to be in want M leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by ap - plyu - g at No. 77 Barclay - strri t, New - i ork. Jan 32 . WW. I'UKVia. DA Fancy Chair Maniifac torers, No. 153 Fulton - street, opposite St. Pauls Church oner for ile, wholesale sad retail, a birgeandeleirnntss - sortnient vt Curld Maple, plain paiiif d and ornamented in gold tc l.roire, Eamboo, riaiu and Gilt Balls, Rocking, 'rewing, and Coaverss - tion f.'hain. Sofas, betteei, l.niinapia. Mysir Ftonla. r Orders irom any part of the continent execute" with neatness and dispatch. Old Chairs repaired, painted and ornamented. mhO JfFW DttESSIA'G ROOM. FRUME.NTO, No. I Wall - street, Just re - Inmnt Irnm Italv. haathe honour to inform (he gentlemen, that he - cute and dresses hairij the latest stjle, and in a mai uer so as to adopt itlothe phisiognomy. He basforsaleaqeanu - ty or KAZORb ol ttie hrtt quaniy, ''" not pkase on trial, the purchasers are at horny to return tnern, ana receive iiiemener - likewise procured every fine bone, ond enj.5gy to restore ramrs to avery ke nedge ana snoi" tnty not cut he will receive no recomrenc 7" I t.ose gentlemen wno may piraw tu '""Y' "7t with Uieir patronage, may depena on mc paetictilar and t - spectful attendance. IN. B. Uentlcmen Wliosuoeciioe vj i : ler will hnve their raiors, Ac. kept exciu..j for (liemsolves. ' . ,, P. S. A gtod journeyman wanted. nn;i as above. - iiinou "tOlTO.N. 35 hales .ui fliionns. i by LE ROY, BAYARD CO. ap30 W a ,u.., hwk Hniiu. OODOSlt'"" S V J.I.I, .. . par. in Uuane, I in Duane, and next to the corner ot nirj son - treet. Euquire at No. Greenwicn - rirv - rrv 7 NEW - YORK : PRJXTED AXD PUBLISHED T - Mttr ti a rr vnnvuAM a CO. ' No. 1 V I I1Y.ITI11 - - tVVl'I Bakk Corrr.F. - Hot rr. a n Minir r t

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