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' TO C.O'rwLVG t'CcTrt'CnOSS. Yt ': :. KnliK - jiberi bavuie mad eonuicrabl 'A it - . - .rovemenU ia the vmriotj branch of their iuiJk fcrtrnringana rnmmjw" - tukment, particularly ia Hi hlandari or nd ' Ornaments, which ar intended to prevecl coun - , terfuits em brae lhi .nelhod of rwrpectfiUly ta - fbiuas KMtttmea coDMCted vilh banking coto - - ' pastes, that they art enabled to xecU any or - tUr milb which they may bo entrusted, with iroujpUtade ami elegance. Tbey haw mad , arraojeojeu's for conducting th printing of note ia the immediate pretenc if ooo of tb coccern - ' ed. Th additional Mcority waiting from thi ; . measure, i evident. No part or um Dunnes n of more importance than that of Um printing and 1 f flora wrucn Is calculated to prvnt any accident which might through mattealioa occur, , must be duly appreciated by Owm cooconMd. 'Th tutijomed documents art rerpeciiuny suo - mitted to the consideration of tboM who bar not had an opportunity of Eaaiiainj th ootM rt PkUadthh. Feh.ti, 1818. '. Mr. H; S. Tanner having exhibited aod - ' ruined to a th utility of bis invention tor pro venting th eootreuunr m can nuw, uo asud bv Tanner. Kearney and Tiebout, ' 00 the ot raed by them 1 . - ami having: Carefully examined the tpecimeoe submltttd to : . m far that purpos, we a nereoy aocnr wmi - tby appear to u eminently calculated to produce (he efac( blended. . ; : (Signed) , . , ' "" V WUIiaat Jones, preit. BankU. Slates, '.. 'Jon Smith, Cashier Bank U. Slate, aatet lloufton. AdU. Caihier of ditto, ' . jt. Bayard, frs'L of Commercial Lank of Pesussylvania, , - - J. Tagart, Pret of Farmer' and Mecjan - bank, Philadelphia, Henry Kohl, Cathier of ditto. . II. Drtnker, Cashier Bank ol X. America, ' Th. Parker, Pfest. of Mechanics' Bank, " O, Simpson, Cashier of 8. Gerard1! Bank, io Norrrs, Pre't. Wank of Pennsylvania, ,' l. Leuot , Prei'U rbiladelphia Cank. . The ttderaigned. artMta, - fcc. of the city of - nulaJelpliia, do, hereby certify, that having rarerally examined Mr, II. 0. Tanner's invea , lim of ttandard for prerentinr the couoter feiliag of bank billi, are fully impreeed with the twlinf that the (aid ilandari or end putts, uied riy nl enra. Tanner, Kearney and Tiebout, are, from their difficulty of imltutioa and elajfanceol exwutlnn, catrnilated in a pre - tminent degree , to clieclt the alarming prog rote of counterfeit' ,, : '. !v .w .Jobs Vallasce, Engraver. ' ; ... V . John Boyd, . dw. . .. ;' Thomai Birch, Painter. ',. : Alei. Lawtoo, Engraver. ' ' Jot. H. .Vcymoart, do. : , T WUIiaej It. Jone, do. , " . '''William Allen. do. ' - UOTfii having the above ttandard have been fa circulation Dearly thrre yean, annug trnicp lime no attempt within the knowledge of the pro - iDrfetun have peed made to counterfeit them. ' . Letter aJdi'etted to the rubtchberr, will meet DrooiDt atteotioo. . ' , , TJINItF.il. KEARNEY I TIEBOUT, . - ' - - ffo. 10, ubrary.itreet, rhuadalihia. The editon of the Evening Pott and Albany 'Argui are requested to intert the above once a Week for three week, and tend their bilU far payment to Meun. Tanner, Vallance, Kearney and Co. Philadelhia. . way 7 lawSw - ftt AL taTAl :. "IJf pumance af aa order of the honorable the 1 ciMirtoTcbancery, datod UieS4thday of April, 1818, we, the andenigued.lruittei of Uie tiUte o( Henry Dojer, deceased, will tell at public auction, oa Thursday, the 20th day of May io - stanf, the fbHowfng real tttnte i lxt Ho. 1 Vujvt etreet, aiacteen feet front and eiglitcea feet rear, 58 feet deep on louthranterly and 4?fcl on northwesterly tides, be the siime more or lets : and as now in oostestion of Mr. William Armstrong 1 subject to a lease which will n pi re on the 1st May, 1836, at a ground . rent of 60 dollars per annum. Lot No. 1 2 Doyur street, SO feet front, 32 rear, . 48 feet 4 inches deep on southerlr and 51 feet on Aorfberlv aide, be Uie same more or lets, as now ft late 10 portetiionofCoU Wm. Few, suhject to alette, which will expire 00 the 1st May, 1BX4, at a rround rent of 40 dollars ner annum. IjM Nn. 13 Uoyrr street, to feel front and M rear. 61 feet deei) on foulln - rlv and 54 feet 8 inch es on the northerly side, be the tame more or lea, "asnowintheposseiiinnofMr. David Munton; subject to a lease which Will expire on the 1st Mny,1i!t4,at a ground rent of thirty six dollars nr annum. '.ol No, 15 l)oyer Mreet, 25 feet front and 33 .feet rear, 54 feet 6 inches derp on Southerly and 68 feet 3 inches on Northerly tide, be the samu ' mo it or lete. as now in nooetaion of Mr. William tthaUct s subject to a Kate which will expire on toe 111 May. 1B24, ai a grouoa rem 01 ionj Un rer annum. . i Lot No. !8Doyer ttreet. SO feet front and 39 - ftet 8 icchct rear, SI feet deep oukontlierly and 1 81 feet oa northerly siiUt. tie the same more or Jh. and m now or late in onmetlion of Cot. Win, Few j subject to a luaie which wilt expire on the 1st of May, 1CS4, at a ground rent of 10 dollars tr annum. - Lot No. 13 Pell street, 39 leet front and 9 feet C inches rear, 50 Tot deep, be the same more or less, as now inlpoMeasion 01 uie enaie 01 vv m tirav. ilerMMd i tuhiect to a leal which wil eipud on Umi ltt May, 1821, at a ground rent of Uurly doiian per aunuua. Lot No. 21 fellttreet. fit feet front and rear. '8 feet 0 inches ducp on easterly, and 58 ft 1 4 ' incbei oa wettorly tides, be the taint more or ' le.tt, at now in postettion of Mr. Wm. I. Wal - ' dron ; subject to a lente, which will expire on the 1st day ol May, 1U24, at a ground real ol 4U doi lartperanonm. Lot No. 25 Pell street, 31 fret front, 5 feet Inches rear. 60 fact deeu oneaiterlv. and 66 feel 6 inches en westerly sidet, be the same more or t lest, as. now m posHtsioo of John Hcyarisub - ject to a lcae which will expire on the 1st May, 18x4. at a erouod rent of 30 dollais. House and lot No. 33 Pell street, tl feet front ! ot rear, and 5;l feet 4 inches deen on eaterlv. . mud 60 feel on westerly sides, be the same more - ., or less, as now in possession of Mr. Jose(h But - . ler. . The improvements on the leased lots to be va - Iwd and paid for by the purchaser, at the expiration of the lease. Terms of sale, cash, on the delivery oftlie . deeds. Aav further information which may be , required will be given by either of Ilia subscribers. i ISAAC 8. DOUGLASS, ADRIAN U. VAN BOKKCLES. The above property will be sold at the Tontine ' Coffee House, nn the above - mentioned day, by Messrs. FRANKLIN ex MINTURN, Am tiou - eere. my 7 w PROSPECTbS roa rcBLitniao bt (cascnirrioir - A MAP OF MEXICO AND LOUISIANA. VpHK publicalion of this Map ha been under - - a. taaea witn the impression, that it wiu ex Libit information, highly interesting nt this event ful crisis . and tlie valuable Mam which the au. thor has procured, dnrint his several tours through Mexico, in the vears 1806. 1SQ7. lHli Ifii. - L 1815, 1816, and 1817. induce him to behave that . toe jap, wuneven all Us imperfections, will be , mncB tbe most perfect which has appeared be - - ThU Map will contain Uie latest and best in ., lunuauun 1 tum mi aroveries aad possessions ' ?f A"ier,',,u. Spanish, Russian, British and , Flench travellers and navigators and represen ting uw claims 01 meir respective roveramtnU - a the Northwestern coatt of America. . - . The Map will include thst portion of North . A . ". which Iks oetwtea Uie Isthmus of n. rien, sN be4Jth drgree of North Latitude, and - ftna the tiusitsippi lUver wctiwardly to the I - acUicOc 1. - TTlV Mbd will be ahoat tit l. fir f.i. i il wiu k.. ected OBAKak - of 40 miles tl fncb. Is hi di... 'f4 0 "e tubscribers at ,?"nica. ,lu - 'vuv - n narca7. 1i - r - or oi be of it it ed ed f . In lo 9 f Il far be J. tels give dent the lint teen to the be to! fif - ' ' - rRE!fCinNftESSOX3. TO THE PUBLIC Of fttiV.VORK. HAMILTON, Uacher of tba r reach lao - ru&ge, regret that th arraogemeoU he hat so a la ka PhiUdalbia render it impoaible for hiA to visit their city ibis temme. . IU has reaaocr to believt) bis eiZorlf to change the present mode of adooatios) are appreciated by its enllgbtaned inbabitanU, and that they wfll re joice hi the dUTdtioa of a system by which a language may be teamed in the tenth part of the time usually bestowed 00 U 1 thus making room for lha attainment of useful knowledge in other branches of science and literature, at UM only oeriod of outlives which we can dovote to our instruction, without sacrificing ether Interests. He begs permission to inform them, that ha has taken rpacious and convenient noute, no. bz South fifth tlreet, where be will receive boys ador 15 as boarders, dariog the course at 134 per month, including washing, &c. 1c. In 4, 5, or a mruieN o bwum, cuwuug 10 turir previous requirements, they will be able to read and aderetand r resell with as much futility as Eng lish, they will hare actitally read under the im media iwpectloa of Iheir iostruclor, a oumber th best works in th I ranch language they wdl write tt and speak it t nor will their profl cieucy in the Enclith language be less important Th traailaling hit it from unother lancuare during 4 mootht, the continual oecpsity of appreciating and discriminating the value of words and phrases, soon roudert composition in both languages familiar, and gives them a knowledge uteu structure and grammar, whiui it would impossible to acquire by the exclusive study either. : This is iudecd the must important aJvantoge derived from the study of the Intra language as it is usually taught ia schools j here is attained i a much higher dsgree, in a much ihorler lime, at a much ! exptnee, and with the knowledge of a modem and practically userol language. "The expeuce of the course, exclusive of board will be 4'j dollars, inclutKng books, paper, tie, fcc. This exptuce will in 110 case be augment j half the course 34 dolhrst and two mouth't board, payable at entrance t a like sum at the end of two months. , Should he retna.o S awolhi more, he pay for his board only. At lb end of the French course, say the 1st of October next, a coons of latin will be commenc on the Hamilton system. The experiments already made prove that it may be taught oa this plan with 'even greater efficacy and. facility, though from its peculiar construction and otiicr causes, It is necessary to read a much greater number 01 writer, and therrlore a lime rather longer is necessary for its allaiumeot.) thau the trench. . - - Hamilton is assisted by Mrs. Hamilton, Iwrn America, and by his sow aod three daughters, born aod edncatcd ia France, but who have past 8 moo thi in an rjiflib school of eminence. period wm in tne knowledge el mat ran guase,,'evious to their arrival in America. .h . . . . a - aa in rnuauoipiba, may v, 10 id. my 1 1 eoujw t'UH SALE, II I . nl.kl. I'lDU n.n. Til... ilown, in NewJrrter, contain in ir 109 acres with every improvement neceiiarv for a farm. Will be told very reasonable, and the terms made accommodating, or will be exrhanfrext porperty in Netv - Yoik. l'oitctbion may had at any time J. H. LAWKECE, ap 17 8taa lm No. 55 Pinc - atreet. B&KGLN OUPIIANd COUR'l', Of Term of March. 1018. Catharine Schuyler, ) . Aamioittrainx, c. r of John A. bchuyler Rule, under Statute. deceased. ' V rpHE court Older and direct, That Catharine Schuyler administrntrix of the soods, chat and credits ol John A. Schuyler, deceased, public notice to thn crrditnrs of Die dece to Druii in tlieirclnuus and demands oiainit estate ol the said dt ccdont, on or before the rin of Mar. in the year of our Lord citili hundred and ninelren, by pulling up notices that effect in live of the most public places in county of Bergen, for the space of two months, and advertising the same for the like space of tune In a newspaper printed and pub' lishcd in tlie state of New - Jersey, and in a news paper printed and published 1.1 the city of Aew lork. a true transcript ironi tire recorn. up 38 Sm JOHN A. BO I'D, Bui'gate. Sfnfe 0 A"etr - Perk ComiitrollerU Offir. lUiiLlfJ NOTICE is herebv riven, ibat seal - ed proposals will b received at this cilice until Monday tne Zjtii 01 .viay next, (or tne piir vi i,w v, vi niij fi I ui uitii tio j - 100 dollars of the three per tent, block of the funded debt of the United glutei, owned by this state, The Stock, if sold, will be transferred on the first day of July next, at which time, ruviuent must be made by the nurchui - r or pun haters, nt ute nnniioi iew - xnrit mil city of aew - Yorl:. The Dromisals will be orx - ned od the tiirl 9 - ill. day of May next and the best offer or nfler will accepted 1 provided the cff - rs Lc such as shall, consistent with the intnienU of Uie slate, warrant uie acctp'.'irice 01 any of Uiem. 11 nny on;r or cneri slir.ll be accepted, inlor - ovation 1'iereof ihall le imme liatelr communi cated to Uie person or persons o crTering j and il ckiicuicu anil rciin.eii inui tucii person or persons shall tlien give satisfactory security fur the pjymcnt at the time Mipiilatml. AKCM'U M'l. TYRE, Comptroller. Albaay, April 37, 1818. p30 IM?5 REMOVAL. HE DRAWING ACADEMY of J. Mil. - f.rt. associate of Uie Academy of Arts of New roik, author 14 tha "Voyage Pittorque a IT - le de France. TenerifTe. et au Cnnde Bunne - Fjnt r - ance," it removed to No. SO Mhiden - I.ane. cor ner of Green - street, where he reipectfullv tenders ins services to the citizen ol New - Vork, as Teacher in the Art of Drawirg, and particular it f 1 uannN - ape ratnunir. His having Ihcii chi ten and appointed by the French government lo accompany thetxptdiHon 01 aiscuvery muna tne world, under the com maud of riipl. Baudin, in the capacity of land scape painter bis havins lieen ron - iuiiM .ned bv the same government us professor in the schoul tor me mines, to iaa views in ditlcrent jwrti n tne Aip ana 01 we i j rruneet are the recoin mendalions wh:cli lie ouer to the public. uiy 14 iw TJOR SALE, an elegant Fowling Piece, stul . ami iiTnieu uiu:ei, ncuier wiuiann.' bar reU also stub and twisted, to Ct la one stm li gold bubtd and gold and silver mounted. The lock, roller, swutl and freed 1 the pan lined will raid. Bad finished in lh lal nm.ii.i rri. - bove will be sold low, if immediate application ismaoeaio. waiicer - iireet. myBtl HATS. TOSIAH WILSON in 9j formthitfriendsaudthe public, that he has reraovid hi hat warehouse to 1C0 Broadway, between Maiden lane nnd I jbcrly - slreel, tor the better accommodation of bis retail customer 1 wher he has constantly 00 hand, aa exten sir supply,' from his manufactory, of Lailics' Bearer Hats, comprmog every lafnion and de scriDtion of color, qaality, ana variety of pat tern th workmanship excellent, and alaUd to this or any other market. - lie keeps on hrui (which be receives regularl v, once a week, I com hi Cictnry) a constant supply of the first quality ol Gentlemen's American leaver Half, manu fuctured nudsr his own inspection, of durabl and cxcellimt materials, fiauhed ia the neates and moit fashionable style. J . W. aUo has for tale at his warehouse, a large asd rerolarly replenished assortment of renlle - mea's fashionable Widoo Beaver Hats, selected with treat care. a In wnrtrmin.hin ;,.l n...r.iu Likewiie, Amerirun manufatlured hats, of .... rr newrnpiion ana laad, su.table to tlut or anv uujer mirte mch 30 9awlf to V ses the near the the to cy fer 18 acknowledged by medical wiiters to be a complaint of stubborn kind, and at all time very diibcuit of cure. This is sofliciently illus trated in toe disappcinyneot or those wno anior ruaatety suffer ander it, as tiicy, for the most part, iad that after having tried many things to lit lie or no purpoae, they are at last obliged to use (for perhaps Uie remainder of life) such article as can at rwst but palliate the disease, uooctsiku ciaeunutsiicee. anvaaedicina rnnableof rrmo - ving the cotBPfaiuf, most surtly be an article niguiy (leierruir u aitrnuon 01 an unse wno are afflicted with it 1 such a combination is to be met witb in LML MEAD'S ANT1 - OYSEP - TIC or STOMACH PILLS the success of which ha never yet been equalled, for the core of dys(epaia in lis most complicated form, socn at lost ef )titr, uaama, heartburn, flatulency, knawmn psia in th stomach, pain in the tide, great cosuvenets, paumcs ia tne coaoie - nance, languor, lownos of spirits, paia ia the head, virtigo or giddioess; and disturlwd sleep. Whoever upplirs these pills in the above disease, according to the directions, will never be disappointed, a they have never been once known to rail in producing a raoicai aoa permanent tmc. The use of a tingle box will convince the most unbelieving of tlieir efficacy. They will most effectually remove all tournet of tlie stomach, not merely by neutralising the acid, hut by correcting that morbid state of tlieiecretions which gives rise to it, aod at the same lime will restore to thedchilitaled organs of digestion, that tone and vigour which is absolutely necessary to the well being of the nuimat economy. Price one dollar per box. For sale by Nd. 188 Greenwich - street. Where mnv - he n ad. wholesale and retail, a larse and geotral assortment of grnu'ne Drugs and Medicines 1 Surgeons Instruments; Apothecary's Glass - Wars 1 English aod American Patent Medicines. Also, Dyer's and Fuller' articles. Medicine Clietts, &c. On liberal terms. inbZa Sin A home and farm on Thing's Neck, in Dm town and county uf Wcstclitsler. fourteen miles from New - York. The farm contains a - mt one hundred acres of excellent land in good fuice. n large barn and other convenient outbuildings, a good hsuse two s'ories high, with four rooms on each floor, elegautly situated 011 the banks of the East River ; the situation un commonly healthy t the neighbourhood the most respectable 1 abundance of fruit of Uie best selec tion 1 f ale and shell fih in grent variety taken before the nouse. t or further inioriuauon apply the subscriber on the pmni'c. STEl'HfcN x. HOFFMAN. my 1 1m VALUAULK HtML hoTA I fc FUli. CALK, IIS THI CITY or BEW - TOftK. I.IVE lots ol ground on the west sideof Gr?en - wich - streef, between Vestry and Dest.ros - - streets. 35 hv 80. four do in the rear of tne above, ironting on east side of Washington - street, 35 by CO. tfcht do in tlie blockXelow. between Wash ington aod West - street. in Montgomery county. 6000 acres of Land in Lawrence1 purchase. East Canada Creek, on the north side of Mohawk. In Franklin County. 15.162 acres of Land, iu the towns of Mount Morris and Dayton. , In bstrx Uounty. 7C32 acre ofLnnd in the town of Barry more. In the County of Lewis. 1350 aero of land in Casterland. Chasianii Purchase. In Saratoga County. 3G00 acres in Puhner's purchase. Enquire nt the oflice of the subscriber, 34 Ce - ar - trect. DEV. ROBINSON. nihtltf U61' published, a Discourse delivered at the conecratiiio pf the Synagogue of the Chil dren of UracL in tlie tity of Ntw - York, on Fri day, the 10th of Mi?an, 5570, corresooding with 17lh of April, 1U18, by Mordocai M. Noah, Ltq. Just received and fur rue by liLJAS V A - LtiNn.M - ;, 04 Broadway, opimiite Tru.ity Church yard, where also may be had all the new publications. ay IZ COPARTNERSHIP. ANTHONY W. TRAPPAN, of the lute firm of N. Smith Davies & Co. having taken in partnership his brother NICHOLAS W. TRAPPAN, will conduct the perfume and fan ousiness uiiaeruie nrmoi Alimony w. irap pan ti io. at tne store mteiy occupied oy n mith I avies A Co. No. 130 Broadway. New York, May nt, 1818. ANTHONY W. TRAPPAN, . NICHOLAS D. TRAPPAN. frt - ANTHONY W. PRAPPAN It CO. of l ir sale the follow ine articles : Perfumes and csh - rcos in great varieties ; ceylon, musk, aby - sunan, almond, Kiigei transparent, paiui, verni - cular, alpine, violet and other soaps; English tooth powders, brushes, a complent assortment, combs or all kinds, ink ttanut, ladiet garters, work boxis. dressins and thavitiK cscs, aimi - let orcatnenls, pocket books, purse, shaving boxes, kiiive?. scissors aod raiors, warranted giod, ridicule clasp and bags, boot hooks, nee die case; 1 rice work box, pencil cases, scaling I wax, razor irops, pomatums, optaie iior ira teeth,) real bearjs grease, shaving brushes, sniio boxes, repieseiilinn 1 erry and wecatur, iuii. a - " .'.I' j'V'm. ' .if VSirir . "' " K.KT :r: ...... i.'.. .ii 1...... i',i ,nnil.rrt iM.11 imiiiL mver mounien innin niric raieinntii tooth nii k. colnriie wnter fof an excelleut qua - lity,) Kutpcni's dentifrice, coral powder, and a great vanity of other nrtn let, all of which are ol thelatrst iiuiKirtutions and warranted good. I'bev have also on hand r.o assortment of per - fuint - rr, tie. of their owi, raauufar.tare, all of which are warranted genuine. r. tt. Aiigoutis sold nnd made by us nave our name on in copper plate. A gnat deduction made to wholt - iale putcbascrs, who will lind it M thnrinlrrett to clls aiiovc. my M zw IY1 l.k - T . ... . ror one or more vt - ttrs. tne loiiowini llousrt at Harerrivil!c,nrar the five mile stone, UloormnEdaic mad. A ili u'uMh si' uited nnd convenient two sto ry Ifuuv nnd Stable, witn a Garden and four a - eres of land. Also A pleasantly sitnMed and convenient tr.'o itury Isloucaiid Stable, wilhalargt Garden and thre acres 01 land, bnih of the above places ire well stocked witb different kind of choice! Fruit trees. Aln A plcawntly situated and convenient (wo story Home, with a Stable and tw acres ol land. 1 or lurllnr particulars enquire bf JACOB IIARSEN, npSO 1m Near the premises, AKAtiUX HUHSF.. ILL be sold at auction oa tho 33d inrt. in front of E. Jines' slnhle - , New ttrret, an elttant Arabian SEED HORSE, in p 1 cd tl e last year. Also, a full blood English Mare. 1'heborse is extremely fleet and delightful under Die saddle. The owner has no obiectioa to tel ling them at private sale, if applied lor il time. La.uire of Mr. i - iiL - iuri.u iiufvr - L iiv - :inuL - Corner of Grand and Rynd. r - streeU, cirectly opposite Centre Market. TAMES P. AN DO l. respectfully informs his friends nnd the public in ceneral he has re - movrd from corner ol Broadway and Reel - tt. to his present stand, where he solicits a rnntaiOnnce ofmihlir. oitronaie. ani hnnt.s hv hi ureniit ted exertions to obtain : the best of Liquet and other article in hit line of burinvit, tlieicby to render the ro;ierfcct ralisUcfion. Pi. IS. J. 1. A. keels coiinniiy lor taie a fen - .rl auorlment of first rat Teas, Suar, Cof - Ke,Pi.icesLio.iMrsolellkiod, tic fcc. which will he all deposed of at a moderate advance. iryt lib ,1 lit ivJ friebtis. and the Indies in particular who recently rallcdonber, fiat ber apartmenti are now readr for the rereiilion of puoilt for the pirino forte : alts that the rs detiorus of obtam no "r nirrx divic iv nuv m hare no ohiectioa to Wait i - pon at their oam bou set, riouM'it be preferred. The mo4 respectable rvieret.ces can he given. A gentleman and bis wile may be accommodated witu board. 10 ! in . in e by of C M I - my lm Vhiie - tret,No,3, XSWICtOBl aod CltkltlLHiVL MAIt - IIAOE' vaa.es nasi a wbe:. ' x f EAVES Newborgbev - T 1 Li ry Sunday, - Tueeday, ,aod Ihurtday mornings, at : uree a'clock. ran uirouin Moetcomcrv. Bloominebureh. Mooticello, by White Like, Coihectoo, Mount Pleaaaat, Great Bend.cjnenangorofotfUwega, itiuca, anaue - neva, toCaaaodaigua. Returninr leave Canandaieua every Mon day, Wednesday and Friday morning at three o'clock, and arrive at Newbunrh, the third day m lime to take, the Bteam - Ooau wmcn arrive in New - York the following morning. (J3 It may be txpeetet that ml all tvntt when Uu ileum - boalt alter their imjt af running, thai thu lint viU ulter to a$ lo meet them. The whole route will be rerfomed in three day, from Uie first of May, until the first of November and from me nrsi 01 rovnuer until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until the first of May, in f.uir dav and from the 15th December, tin - til the fifteenth ofMarch the tame line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to Canardaiinia in four days. Fasscnirer travelling, from ew - YorK 10 Canaiidaigua. Niajrara or Uufl'alo, can leave N York in the evening steum - boats, ana arrive tn Canandaigna in three days a distance of three hundred mile. The line is well turnisiieu with good, new carriage ; good horses, and careful and experienced driver Every atten tion will be paid to render the passage of the traveller safe, easy and expeditious j and it is believed that the accommodation on this line are equal to any line in the state. 0O FAUK from Newburgh to Canandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. ' , N. U. A branch of the same line run three time a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line run from Owego Tioga Point, thence through Newtown and Pa'uued Post, to Rath, tic. . ' , , DAGCAGE, as usual, at tlie risk of the owners. David Godfrey. Dionroinsburgh, I'.. St. John. Mount Pleasant. L. A: R. Manning, Chenango, . 1 1 Proprie - Luthvr Gere, Itiuca, I . tors fcamucl Greenliff, Geneva, Oliver 1'htlps, Lumin, mh 14 d6in NOTICE. (7 Steam Boat Olive erT liRARca will sail every s'undav, at 1 1 o'clock round ifjbtatrn lslnnd, and occasion - ally, il the W111J nnd tide will permit, lo the ""i - , hi neaujuui sail win tontriouie ooui fcllh a,,d l eaure, and i a cheap a re - L lllt"ll CI 1UII l IUUIIIII VII.. .uv till. Oil partake of this nrnusemcnt will, if convenient, give in their names the day pieceding, at the oihcein MarketQeld street, north side ol the But tery. . Dinner and Tea on bonrd. nt tlie usual prices. Passage 8s children lulf price. ny I3tf SWlFT - bURE MAIL COACHES, row rniLAoKLraiA, r OCT" Leave Wew - lork evei v inornine f Sundav'sex jccpieu; at uoxioca, una ar rive in Tbiladelplua next dav to dinner. Tlie publick houses are good, and reasonable their charges. The driver, horses and conch - are not inferior to any others now running be tween these two cities. The beautiful country, and the excellence of the roads on this rout, connected with the safety, comfort, and reasonable expences, are beleired to be stron? inducements . 11 . 1 - 1 . 1 . 1 j e iravenert in rmiii luitunee neciueu preier. nee. I be strictest Mtention will he observed the proprietors in giving general satisfaction. All biigzaze and packages will xo at tlie risk of the owner utile's insured and receipted for by the clerk of said office. Staee fare only S5. with a eenerous allowance baggage. Parties wishing to travel at their leisure, may engage the loacn on reaioname terms exclusively to themselves, by applying one day previous to starting. Fur seats apply at Northern Hotel, No. 79 - ourtlandl - sireet, inew - mrii. lilU.l, )U1V .!). . np S ' ' Proprietor. US' g - gl rou flllLADELPHIA Twculy - five miles land carriage, via New Brunswick and I renton. in new post coachos H Do. goodstacs, . 4 60 Dot lorecnstle or deck pMsengers 3 60 Connected by tlie steam boats OLIVE BRANCH and PHILADELPHIA. The steam - boat Olive Branch will leat.e New - York every day. Sun days excepted, from the north stJeof the Batte ry, at 11 o'ciucic n. M. ratsengers win louge at 1 renton, and tak the tUam - bonl l ruladtl phia. so zj to arrive in Philadelphia at 10 o'clock the next morning, in lime to lake the Union jn, Ballimor steam - touts Tlli, Hn, nM B connedio,, with the best bouts on e Uolaware anJ Chc;apeake to Norfolk - , - as also lbn of the North River and Sound ; and their several arrivals are calculated to cause mi - .v, - . - j This is a speedy and certainly the most con venicnt rout, as the passengers will leave New - York after tlio Kinks open, aod arrive in Phila. delplua before the hours of bimnoss, without fa tigue in traveling or want or sleep, the land carriage being much less than by any olhor route between the two cities. For teats in the above line apply to WILLIAM ll. JAQUE3. At the Union Line bteam Uoat Dtlice, in !Har - kttueld - street, nortli side of tlie Buttery, be tween Greenwich to Washington - streets, or to The CAPTAIN on board. Q3r All goods and baggage at Uie risk nf tlie owner. np 4 THE bOUJfD ST RAM HO A T - L1NE. Ihe proprietors, with view of accomuiodatln: the . i,: 1 ... , - .i i - - - - ?Lm Norwich, intend makinc wwerini nr. DTi - iinu nir me 11 ne th - xperuntnt uh (be Fulton, Capt. Law, and this route (if found practicable) Kill be continued quii - ik ine seamn. 1 he line will in ft ture be from New - York to IVorwich, as follows : The Connecticut, Cnpt Bunker, will leave. New - ork every .1tont.au, rr carcjo.ry ana r na.iy, at tl o'clock, in the morning, lor New - Haven. Ihe Fulton, Capt uaw, mil leave Aormch at 6 o'clock in tlie morning of Uie same days, touch at J'euj - Xnion and depart from thence for JVcw - ff eren at 8 o'clock, lha boats will meet at .Yeu - Hare and depart from tin ace every Monday, It cdntt day and ttday, at 7 o'clock in the evenine tlie Connecticut lor Yti IV, and the Fulton fur veir - jnionand Jmnirk. nib 17 WANTS A SITUATION. lOlG woman, who wishe to enzaee ""'T k'n to any pwt of trig. land. bh will produce the best of rceouitiit - n dat:ons, astohfrrnhilities, Ac. Address a hue 10 A. is. at this olhce. myl3lw MM laX CXI. ?T i mr stsw ' m jh. JiTIifcrrxisjefcai t j.wewtr, Vlf Alt RANTED an .nfiillihle remedy at Y applicatir - o, may be a;e.l with per LEPS ITCH OIXr.VEXT, cne perfect rafolyon uiUnts a week old, net Contain - Bg articl ol nurcury,or any dnerous ingredient wliwever, and not accomraiueJ with tli .1 oflon si v smell which attends the applkalioo of other remedies. 1 - The aV - v rardicines are prepared an - 1 sold i.r,L a nieiunae ciore, ivo. w .iiMkieo - uuie, and mid by S. CAuLt, cornet of Fulton and Water - streets. Dm gjiits and cotfnlrv rlore keeper supplied I ral terau. ' Ju 9 rewirv" nau''.T - - j - En ,ooLvtnd la, in the The A. and and and the and I ry me at No. 9 A. 1 1 a at POST COACH LINE roE PHILADELEH1A BV Wil CI rOWtKI - BOO 'rl - ' , A NEW Line of Post Coache with every con - veninnre for nmnnl - rers and barrage, on Knn... i'i 1 nnur: 11 iv nw. Day. The Pott Coach will start from the Coach of - Bee, No. 1 Courlland - street, N. York, every morning, (Sunday excepted) at 6 o'clock, by way of Newark, Elizabethtown, Bruoswick. Priuceton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the same afternoou,at 4 o'clock. A second Line of new Post Coaches will tart from New - Vorlr aver morninsr. fSondaVS ex cepted,) at 10 oVIock in the Steam Boat Atalaa - lodge at 1 renton, aao arrive at rniiau. - imt, a Steam Boat, next morning at 10 o'clock. Fare 5 dollars. . . . . P. S. Passcneers are requested to call and take their sent at the office No. 1 Courtlandt - tieeL New. York. ' united Btates Mail uoacn, lor riniaueipiiin, Baltimore and Washington City, wiin very convenience for passenger and baggage, on springs. The U. S. mail coach will slaitfroro coacb oflice, No. 1 Courtlandt - st New - Vork, every day at 3 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 0 o'clock. Only 6 pas - engert admitted. For seats in the above named Lines, apply to THOd. WHITFIELD, at the old established Coach, and Steam Boat oflice, No. 1 Court - landt - sticet, near Uie corner of Brbadway, New - York t or to A. T. GOODRICH & CO. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - ttrect, Ivew - iorR. fCSTAII good and baggage at me ruar 01 uie vJner. JOSEPH LON, SONS At CO. N. B Expresses tent to ony part of the Con tinent, by THOMAS iVHITrlELD. my 16 ' TOR rinLlDIl.FRIA, - ' Through iu one dav, aod bv dnv - lieht. ON Monday the 11th of May instant, a line of post - coaches and steam - boats bctwecu New - Vork and Philadelphia will be commenced. passengers will Icaie White - Hall in New - York every day (Sundays excepted) at 6 o'clock ST. m bis excellenry vice - prctident D. D. Tompkins' commodious and speedy steam - boat . NAUTILUS, proceed to Bristol by the Staten - Inland and Woodbridge turnpike, and take the steam - boat at Bristol at 8 o'cloek, aod arrive in rbiladelphia at 4 o'clock the same day. The roads on the land part of this hue are turnpiked ia excellent order ; the country nnd villages Ihrongh which they pass it elevated, plecsant healthy, the route is the nearest at present travelled between the two cities ; the various extensive view which it gives of the ocean, bays, tound and rivtn between New - York New - Brunpwick, makes this the most expeditious comfortable and pleasant tour now existing between New - York aud Philadelphia. A second post chaise will leave New York eve - dny (Sunday' excepted) at 10 o'clock, in steam ooat Atiantn. irons Wtii'e Hall, bv way of Eliiabethtown. Bridgetown. New It ruin. wick, Princeton, lodee at Trtnton. tuke the steam boat at Bristol, and arrive in Philadelphia 10 o'clock. Fare throuth 45. For seals in tlie above lines apply at the office, a. 1 18 Broadway. A II goods and boggage at the risk of the own - ' JOHN N. CUMM1NG, Newark. J. GULICK, SONS tt CO. Princeton. STOCKTON 4c HOWELL, Phil d. - lrhla. t Expresses aent to anv part of the Ui.ited States, by L. BAKER, GULICK ti CO. inv il JWhTU HiVKR STKJlM - BO.i IU. OCT On the 1 1th of .May, jtl me duuii win commence T'vSVn runniog four times a week, TT3n follow A tiout wnl ieave New - York on Tnesdar. at A. M ; Wednesday, at 5 P. M. 1 Friday, at 9 M. nnd Saturday, at 5 P. M. of each week : and a boat will leave Albany 00 Mornhy, Wrd - nesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 A. M he above arrangement will commence by tlie Chancellor's leaving Albany nn Monday, the 1th .May, at 9 A. M. aod tlie Richmond leavins New York onTutsdny, Ibe 121b at 9 A.M. 'the Fire - Fly leaves New - York on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. for New - tirgh, and returns on Monday, Wednesday and riday, at H A. M. my 1 To l.rt f - ir one or more years, The following bouses iiou.e No. 99 - 1 Broadway, two doors above Wasliiulon Hall, with a coach house in the rear if required Also, three story brick buue No. 415, in said street. Also, a new and renteel two storv brick house. corner of Litpeuard and Church - streets, the terms moderate, r or lurther particulars, apply 4 1 j uroanway. run tb ti IMPOIITAN P TO THE PUBLIC. rTMIE lubscriber beg leave to inform his L iriends and the public that he has takrn a room at the comer of Frankfort and Cha'hnm streets, near Tammany 1 1 n II. a. an" I.MLL' L1GENCE OFFICE." Where families may be supplied with servants of every description ; servants with phces ; gentlemen wishing ser vants, for travelling, supplied at the shortest notice ; merchant wilh clerks, aod clerks with employ ; wetuurscs with places; mechanics with journeymen. Every information eiven to stran gers and others, in his line, who Hill favor him with a call. Families, becoming subscribers, supplied with servants at one dollar per annum. Also, Books posted, Accounts auiu.'ted, Ta pers of every description, copied with ncalnes?. correctnessand dispatch. Personal attendance, from 5 lo 3 o'clock A. M. anl from 3 to 9 o'clock P. M. He flvtters himself that his assiduity and alien tion to business, will gain Lim a char of the pub lic patronage. my 2 lm rl. I'ADFXFORD. fT'HE FRANKLIN FIRE INSLRANCE I COMPANY have tlieir Office at No. 41 Wall - street; where they are ready to receive applications for Insurance. ' The CATITAL STOCK of Haifa Million of Dollars, is all subscribed and paid, or satisfacto rily secured DIRECTORfl. Elisha Tibbits. Philip Brasher. Henrv I - Wyckcff, Thomas Franklin, James Walsh, Stephen Whitney, Jos. P. M'Kinne, Pere Jones, John Adams, Thorn?.. Buckley. George Griswold, Wro. Bayard, Jr. John T. Lawrence, James Boorman, Bern. L. fcwan. Jolia 1. Palmer, ELISHA TIB BITS, President. J. WORTHINGTON, Sec'ry. may 6 lm W DUBOIS, hers leave to inform the public . that be has just received, per br - g Bacchus, and ship George, from fx - nrimt. a ceneral assortment nf articles in Uie innski ir - e, among.1 which are tome very eieanl sm:di riaio - r ones. and n pamrutarty elegan: r vse - wood grand cam oet Piano - Forte. Also the n?w invented fcto - lme or patent self - time heater, wilh a larse Assortment of new Music, winch lie t'i.erstor sale wholesale or re tail, on the most reasonable terms, my WJwl - l liMttntoi pibliekBMr hew toiiiti.,.. I tween tbuigs that differ. If Pat erratioej fl ;tie abuse of MFRf'irii v ra, indiscriminate, aad saoo.iZ fled use thereof, baTbcei Ttt trve of m&nila m,.Jr p2? sacds are aimualJ mn - un.i;..j - 'boa. eoce. The disease wlT.Uvicwea Ul resulU chiefly to this wurce. What aif that young man, the hope, of hi, contLt'j the darling of ha parents, mould be sZtXd Wa7,fr0a!l Uie PfjeU and enjoymeoufht by the consequence, of one unrairded womeat and by a disease not in iu owa nnture fuxT? which only prove to from neelect or ; treatment.". A geotleman, (late tiest) now urrfet tjy beary and well, hid under physician of general pracUce. iV. andrepeatcdly.aliv?t,d; wlw?S335 Dr. U. (by i gentleman of thi. city IlTErJ were carious, and hi. fletb droprrine fronTik' hi. friend, declared he coald not,ib?Bluf!,, t wo months, longer. Ttousand.Sibl know with what ease and aafety D. h Z ! cafes the severest cases, and confirms the w! tution. The Doctor', i.lan (tSWT cessary to guard tlie public against the a r..!L mercury, nnd other fatal delusions, held fcni? ' Persons, therefore, having contracted . iZ vate disorder, or rtspectiu latent poison. K admonished not to tamper with tlie r ronl.ii Uon,or conceal the disorder, WUut ry ; other, havine; the temaini of ha llTrVl' or other impurities of the blood, awed.v!?' er complaint of delicate nituTe. la' ex. should remember posterity, Md do iasbi to their conscience, by makintr armiC - to Dr. H. at hi. old and restaK..0? Inlimeut No. 64 Water - street, foWul of Old - jfip, to obtain that prJ.npt awSTJI lone calculated fo prevent disciosore And? let me claim your eriou attenUon - p - f" a superfiaa cure rs no cure at all ; unleM bV h! .nit.... radically done, you will certain), hit'. he disorder break out again with redoubled I inrty. at some future period ; perHap, , be too late for remedy. Don't you Xn m. the street, miserable muti!nte.1lv;;;f,, e vea a bit of nose on their face I Take Jl1 I beseech you. 'warna, ur.tr. ctiaracter for .kill and .luhbor. i. - snty being universally known in tins cltrV. 1804,guaranlee to paiient. U.at deliucYaad! creey hitherto unknown, and having coufiatd hT. practice forvear. past. escluiiiv i .iT7u diseases of the blood system, they may safeiTeid. .umlg Drthnr,t decide, WftS OleeU eradicated in twe or Ihrte weeks ' Strictures removed without boiin'M T:r er inslruinent ; and oil debifilie., likewie ill old ulcerations, fistula's &r. H A plurality oroflices are prorided, and o tit, tted that patients are not exposed in. - s, k..i. observation. Open till half past 9 in the evenine AI! persons concerned are invited to be free is calling, and .jreakine with Dr.H. which i. ire ui run. nun wcie uie iucior cannot avoid th kxrrelson of gratitude for innumerabl meiidatioDt, aod for the decided preference (it is presumed with just cause) long given him by a ;udiciou. public. is. u. au leirer. must p post paid. Dr. Buchanan. Augt7 1" JfElTllElt QUA C'A'A'rVF JWU iMtoSl - jyi. EVANS' superku JLJmethod ofcuringacer tain Disease, is now unive .ally acknowledged in thi ' city t hi mode oftreutmenl u pcriectly mild, safe, e iieuiuous, anu m charg'l Reasonable. In every u itance he warrant a care, laud will return the n&vifka Jidoe not perform aereeabl .fo contract. I ' I . .. . I r i. liirtuit. .Ih... - 1 Tliei a are many persons in this citv and it. entity, Inboring under various chronic diseases such cancert, ma inveterate Ulcers, kcrorula ; or kings evil, ustuias, aueases oi the urethra, bladder end kidnie, oi'd complicated complaint of a certnin nature, biuou and other ohstnic lions, rheuuiatism, Ac. which Ihey consider inci - rablc, they can certainly be cured (in general) by rsfplyiwrttDr. EVANS'S Medical Store, No, 9, leck - slip, having practised ia eiUiort hospitals in Europu 12 years, nnder some of th urst Surgeons and Physician in Uie wcrld, u4 made tbote obstinate diseases lut constant itue for 30 years. ' Oct 1 (IT3 The subscriber bavins recently returned from England with an importuut improvement ea he ertiliaal spring Lt.G, he takes this methed of informing his friends and the public, that (11 mot wno are so outortunate aa to be In want M a leg, or arm, they can be accomaiodated by ap piying hi no, 1 1 uarciay - streit, ew - sora. JanM WM. PURVIS. li YDF. - PA RK. LSo 1 TIUTION. AELI.ECT and private Clasaraf School M established at Hyde Park, Dutchess county, slate of :New - York, under the direction and . instruction ol BENJAMIN AI.LEV, L. L. D. - The institution is designed to unite with a clas - sical aod English Education, tlie modern language - ... ... . - . .. - i nc ciasMcai course win comprise tlie i.aun and Greek Languages, Ancient History and Geography, Mythology, Roman and Grecian Ann - . quittei. J lie t - ngmn course win comprise tjinun Gramtner, Elocution, Element, of History, Kne - torick, Geograihy, Penmauship, elementary and practical niauieniaucs, ana tneoauine oi nai - aral rhilosophy. Modern Lnneusse will compriie the Frub, Spanish ru.d Italiu'u . Moral and religious Instruction will be attended to, at youth it tlie mott proper time to in - culcale ami lis those principles of virtue and pie - ' ty, winch ougtit to direct and icouence tne con duct uct of futurt life. The nunilt of the Inttitution will 'be member oftlie Principal' family, and ander hi immedi ate care and government, rarticuiar aneouus will be paid to tbeir moral and manner, lb mvernment will be strict, but mild end paren - . i . i ii i . : . i. l:. - - nil nil us aim suuu ue ui ivv uuuiu ui vtuci mm. industry, and in.pire a generous emulation. 1 lie lusiliuilva win ik luiiiinnen wiiu a w ry, maps, uiooes, ana select i ruioiopuicai Apparatus, the use of which the pupils will be taught, and made familiar with the most import ant and striking expeiiments in natural ruiiw - Dhr. These will be considered a. reward, el good conduct and attention to study, and coast itate one of the most interesting source ol a - musoment and recreation. . It is kaswa irom - perience that much useful knowledge may be thus incidentally communicated. The term, are three hundred dollar per annum, payahl quarterly washing included. Cluneal student who tudy the modem languages, will be charged 10 dollar, per quaiter extra for the same. 1 he tudents tind their bed and bedding. Ilia nnmlu.r nf (ludenla it limited. Gentle - mea therclore who are deirous of placing their tons in the institution, wid please to make an early application. '..' .j AI) letters relative lo the inMiiuurm. "" - edto the subsenber, Hyde Park PostOrhce, Dutchess County N . Y. Will he prompllyatienB - ed to. bENJAMIN ALLt.v. 0kA (nrm mtiII un ITUlnrt CaB lllS ZUHH 1 IIC I'lUiOlUI ai,IU. nn.vwisssMVMv - - of May, .nyS5W HORSE FOR SALE. . . A PLEASANT aldle Hrte will be oM theap bv a gentleman about to leave towa., Apply atUiisoftice. - mj NEW - YORK: . PRINTED AND PUBLISEED MICHAEL BUflNHAM k CO. So.49 Wn.i.tAM - TiiirT - orrorr t Bark Corrkk - HoMB - n . mm

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