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TOM MEW FORK EYEMWcG - V - - NUMBEH 4973 FRIDAY, MAY 22, IC1C. NO. - 19 WILLI A M - STREET. - r AMES D' WOLF, Junr. hat removed from 57 J Mt itreet to 64 South - street, and uflur, for taie6. cerooM orth American Tallow - tonfcleaDSt.l'.tmburshHeiup.few belt, first quality Ruihb liuckl German Steel in boxes, eutitled to draw - ,Wg ,Vchi"attaMeXl72piece.cacb 10 I1I1US PurB V"1" I rase Platillas. 2. - An iir j. j vi y : (it j IX caici of new and elegant fancy r articlef. i U sucn ai ladies' work boxes and dressing; cases, ,very cle - Writing desks, elegantly gdt and pbu Ciilt and painted card racks, t an rack. Fire mJ candle screen, Pointed m a superior manner, with gilt and colored handle, ftackgamoo boards M aline and morocco work baskeU Gentlemen1 shaving apparatus, FoUCtieS nu ureiuB - r - , Morocco and mahogany portable desks . . u Uoih.nln. very suixrb Some very elcgaut portfolio with gilt : lock and rwantlr lt borders and plain Morocco, t,irau. j nf virinul Hl' . Rus - s descrip - ia aou ro wv, . orine wallet, of Russia and Morocco, i... i - lo Inn numerous tu inc willi tnculiou. many ui - - For sale wuoiesuio ;, N.3VHTHIUVIES, No. 131 Broadway. T MN PL A IE, iVic 17U boxes Tin Plate, as - I sorted 10,000 llu. India Ploclt Tin ' nno lb. Iron Wire, assorted from io. I to 18, by ANSON G. FUEL. on 18. t rout - street. OllS AliHM. WILLINK U CO. offer for Scwes superior Bengal Indigo Several cak smalts, particularly desirable for bleacher and paper maker 4 casks hardware j A few hide cassimeres and ihallooD', thawl. ap20 ESS and PRl'lK tUtt.tL. - M ami au nun IV I barrels, aid to be a very superior ioi, win be told fiom the vessel at the lowet market price. - Applylo CORNBUU8 DUB0I3i D LYNCH, iua. (at No. 40 William - street,) . ha on hand the following WINES ami LIQUORS, selected with judgment by himself, which he offers at wholesale aud retail, uar - lulled pure, as imported , liTF I Madeira, from 3 to 18 1hhJ' t ( year in wood. 40 qr cask ) ' i Old Madeira, in bottle, from 3 to 20 years Champaigne, Burgundy, Claret and Sauterne, of very superior quality 7 pipes dry Lisbon, 7 year old 7 do Sherry, nine year old, and free from ' Bortcha taste Port, in pipes and bottle Table wiue, for its quality, the cheapest in America Tenerffe, in hhds. Old Brandy, do. Rum, do. Gin, not reduced 600 demijuhns, containing five gallons each 60 groce wine Lottie ti. B. Those in the trade, and country deal - era, wilt find it to theiraccouat, to supply themselves with wines and liquors at the above esta - biishmcot, as they will be certain to obtain articles of the first quality, at the lowest priccf, and pure a imported. ' my 9 2m I'll II K I. HAS ED. ON favorable ternip, for a long term of ycarr, 4 lots of ground on Broadway, 200 feet deep, extending to Crosby - street, between lies - ter and Grand - streets. 2 lots in Water - street, near Catharine - market. 1 lot in Water - street, between Fulton and Burling slip'. Also, several other lots in the 5th, 6th, 8th and 10th wards. For particulars, enquire at No. 30, Chatham - street. may 8 MrTB.iLI.ETii Madame UOQUET, No. 7 Nassau - street, HAVE the honor to inform the public in general and the ladies of New - York in particular, that they manufacture and havo constantly on hand an assortment of artificial Bowers. At their store are also to be found, and to be disposed of by wholesale and retail, Perfumery of every description, among which re tie celebrated tail Virginal, and the most approved essence and pomatum for the complexion. Tortoise shell combs and thimble, . A complete assortment of worked dresses, shawls, fichus and bands Umbrella and parasols Merino, knit and velvet ridicules ; silk fichus Motklngs and gloves for ladies and gentlemen Ladies' elastic garters Ball do. embroidered with chenille and orna mented with flowers ; salt scarl Prunclle a:;d silk slines Ivantinep. florence. satios. taffeta.. &c. And in short, every ttiinsr connected with the ladies1 toilette. ap85 lm iiuhnond and Lynchburg munujatturtd TOBACCO. i f( k?1) DOW tandin? rm sundry ves - A J tJ O scls, of the follpwing qualities and brawls : 63 keg, Shelton tc Williamson, 8 hands, 1, 5, 3 45 do P. Miller k Co. B 1,2,3 3t du J. P. Ege, 8 1,2 45 do George Fletcher, 8 1 10 do John Kndcrr, U 1 144 do 1). R. Ross, B 1,2 53 do P. Hold tc Co. 8 1 61 do Anderson, Blair & M'Keagc, 8, 1,2 m do Jesse Hare & Co m do R. Hughes & Co. 63 do U. Cantor, 45 do F. G. Crenshaw, 21 do R. f Hilton, li7 do J.& P. Labby, CI do II. Starr. 8 1,2 8 1,2 8 1, 12 2 8. 1 lady's twist 8,1 half Ib.rolls Most of the above brands are well known and yproved of in this market, on account of the quality, and uniformity of the different numbers by which the Qualities are designated. For tale V CORSELIUd DU B01S, ap20 3G Front - street r;f"V WHITE LEAD, &c. tc. "" - IvJ' kei London White Lead in oil M barrels do Dry Whi' - 2 Lead tons Red Lead barrels Bristol Red Ochre k Venetian Red ; t toa fine Litharge eoteheads Whiting cask Pari Whits ; 2 hhds. Verdigrie uercn rench Yellow Ochre . Vermillion 'cue Prussian Blue, 4001b. ' Crowe Yellow; Patent Yellow SpaoiMi Brown, 'Wetiiui Red, V'ttdigris, ) 'nipMsck ; Ivory Black ; Purple Brown Pjnts Torpotiae ; LinUeed Oil WO doxm Window Glass, assorted 'orssle - on the lowest terms for c1 or ""lit, by sbti schermerhorn k SONS, BT1 J43 Water - ttreet DOMESTIC & OTHER WARES. THE subscriber keep constantly on hand an extensive assorlmeutofhe following goods, VIX Dutch and English Gunny Bags, Popes Heads Crumb Brushes Bellows, fancy and common Do for Blacksmiths Hall and Entry Mat Pails and Tubs Wheel - Barrow Fine Wiie Sieve Do Hair do Whips of every description Seine, sewing, wrapping, balciiig and ball 1'w.iie Fish Lines Shoe k Sadler Thread Dearborn's Ballan - ies, (lc. Broom Duster, or Counter Brushes Hearth Brushes, fan cy and common fiend oo do no Cloth do do do Weavers do White Wash do Shoe il Scrubbing do Paint Brushes and dash Tool t , 'lamps, 4, 7, 8 row Furniture Brushes Horsa do Bed Cordi, Clothes Lints Sash Cords, Trace Rope vVroiiclit and Cut Nails and Brads Which they will sell wholesale or retail on li beral terms. CORA & CUMlMU, ap SU 76 Pearl - strtet. O MUG IX1A 2VBA CCO & FLOVH. O 4 hlidj old Virginia tobacco 55 do new crop do do 66 bbls fine flour 15 do middling do. For sale by VASQUES, Mr.URO.N &. CLF.EMAN, Feb 7 tf No. 72 Washiuirton - st. PLAaTER OK PARla il AN Ur AC'l OR Y, At the font of Harrison - street, North - Rirer. lit lib manufactured flaster, lurcorni - V V ces and other purnoses. mav bo had, war ranted of the tint Quality, ut one dollar and twen ty fire centt per bushel. i lie luunuiaciory is conuticieu Dy .nr. juiiii Tucker, who has served a regular apprenticeship to the mason business. mhSI JOHN BlhRS. 'I 'IN PLATE, TEA Aic. loO boxts Tio L plate, assorted 12,000 pojuds India block Tin 8,000 do Iron Wire, assorted 1,500 do old Copper 40 chests Hyson skin Tea, for sale by ANSON G. PHELPS, my 6 183 Front - street. HARDWARE, CUTLERY 4ic 2 casks Scotch spting Locks 5 casks plate Locks, ldo Sterlyard 1 (in chest bandies. A:c. 1 no tcr :vi pl.ifes, scale beams, &c. 1 do brass cm k tic. 1 do bell oje'fl kettles and skillet Q do tiu'd putsr.nd sauce pans 2 do tine paolocks 4 do Banbury locks, hinges, &c. 2 do hammers, pincers, locks, &c. 2 do II L hinges, kc. 4 do anvils 1 da hammers and sledges 2 do black & bright vices, 2 do file, 4 do pocket, pen and double blade' knives 4 do sham buck and bone table knives 3 do buttons 100 do cut nails and brad., from 3d. to 20d. Altf), a large and general assortment of goods openoa the shelves, for sale at the most reduced prices, by ADA.naUliLACK.WKLK, may 7 1 15 rtarl - st. H A KDV ARE il CUTLERY. THE subscriber, have just received by the shiDS James Monroe. M Jinet and Ann. from Liverpool, an extensive supply of Hardware and Cutlery, of every description, which they offer fur sale lo tlie merchants from the country, by tli? Package, or in such quantities from the shelves as tuny be wanted, at a low advance and liberal credit TUeit hare alio in 6lore 0t Cotitignmail, 100 ciiks l Knelith bottled Porter 30 do o?ortnd Ghusivant 10 cases English mens und boys Hat 20 crates of Stone Soda Jugs 100 bttr.dles warranted Ha! back German Steel 5 tons do Crawley Steel 10 tons best hoop L. English blistered Steel Tin plates, block plates, tic. B. W. ROGERS & CO. my 1 1 35 Pearl - street. RUM, SUGAR & MOLASSES 62 puncheons Rum 55 hhds. Molasses 62 barrels and 0 hhds. Sugar, Will be landed on Monday from the brie Ame lia from Antigua, (nr sale by KUBLKl OII.Lt.5tlL, 112 Front street o Who ba also for sale. Havana. Porto Riu and Jamaica Coffee. ray 2 no SUGARS. Hhds Muscovado sugar, first quality 247 boxes brown clayed do ) of superior qua - 45 do white do lity For sale by N. L. it G. GRISWOLD, my II Kb oulh - st. ClUhK BRANDY. 40 bbls Cider Brandy, landing, for sale by ANSON G. PHELPS, my II 183 Front - street. D EARBORN'S BALLANCES, assort'd sites, with and without apparatus, for sule by my 13 76 Pearl - strei t. COTTON 35 bales New Orlejuis, for sale by LE ROY, BAYARD it CO. p30 j it USKETS. 10JO Muskets with BayoneU, LVX entitled to debenture, lor sMe by 11UKU is SEWALL, my 6 65 Soufhtreet. ARO. SMI rH ha removed ro 219 Broad - i. way, 2d door above Vesey street, and offers for sale on reasonable terms, I'lack, white and col'd satin, Greco levantine, louisine and iloreaca silk Black, white, preen and light blue rips Superfine white chip dais, with bands and extra crown Elegant crape and fi. t.ifata ribbons White, bHck and pink tulle lace Black Italian lutestrings Plaid, changeable and plain col'd do. Stiip'd marcehne silks, Fine black, while and col'd bombtxine Do. (ahinetsand poplins iilick and col'd Cauton crapes fi'd Nankin tin 7 - 4 and 8 - 4 Nankin crape shawls and scarfs Fis'd and plain India mull muslin Do's, mull andca:nhricdre,"s and shawl lncertin and flounce trimming Thread laces, edgin - s nnd footings French lawn, linen cambric and hdkfl Fine 4 - 4 lrih linen Damask table cloth and napkin, all siies Black, white ami col'd English side glove Castor, kid and heaver do Bt 6g'd and pluic pearl button. Blue, black, green and assorted sewin; silk Black, white and col'd raw silk shawls und scarfs Merino shawls and dres - es Satin jane, black and col'd galloon Hat bands with a eencral assortment of fancy and stable gods. my lo 2w 1 t linnl)"'UllsTO LOAN ON 1 1,U KJ J MORTGAGE, cf property in this city. Apply to ISAAU V. VUU&JY t - e. my 7 40 Wall - street SUGARS. UX) hhds Havana Muscovado se - gus, of good quality, now oo Piae street wharf, and for isJe reasonably, if applied for this dsy before storing. Samples snay b seea and terntrasde Known, od appucauon nm "w inctoa - ttrect. O. G. ti S. UOWLAND. y 13 WELLS Si UPSON, 155 Pearl - street, have received by late arrivals, Fiue ivory, self - tip and real buck - haudle knives and fork , Fiue penknives, holster pistols, fine gun locks English silver watches, plated spoon,, Ic. tc. . OS HARD, Roman vitriol, card wire Cast, hoop L, and shear steel With a large and general assortment of hardware, best Sheffield and Birmingham plated ware, for sale low. Ou consignment, received per Ann from Liverpool, ISO boxes tiu plates. my t PAINTS, OIL, tic. 6LC.M lihUs. Paris White and Whiting . 60 bbls. Spanish Brown 20 do Yellow Ochre 16 casks Venetian Red 10 tons dry and ground White Lead . . 2 do Red Lead 500 lb. Prussian Blue 2000 lb. Blue Vitriol ; 3000 lb. Oil do 10 hhds. Copperas ; 5 do 1'uuiit.e Stone 1000 lbs. Gum Copal; 1500 do do Shellac 100 bbls. Ground Camwood 20 do do Logwood and Nicaragua 500 tit do Tumeric 5 ton St. Domingo Logwood 1 do Large Nicaragua ; 2 do Red Wood 30 boxes Eastern Mould Candle Linseed, spermaceti and neat foot Oil Black and Bright Varnish 2500 feet 8 by 10 Glass 1500 do 7 by 9 do lor sale by RIPLEY li WELD, my 14 192 Front, corner of Fulton - !. G1 IN. 6 pipe, KlioUe - lslaitd Gin, just rv W ceived, and for sale by GEO. W. TALBOT, may 13 55 Pine - street. MEDIUM PRINTING PAPER. 1 1 i - 1 i li j : cj (i . j'lv Cliunureu rcauii ifieuiuui i riming tupri, X1 manulactured at the 1 hird imerpapcriuill. ALSO, , 100 reams coloured medium 20 do blotting do 20 do writing demy. And 20 do writing medium. All Iromthe same mill. For alc, at reduced prices, by T.kJ. SWORDS, my 13 160 Pearl street. lt'ovdtock Gloves, Clotht, tic. fflllE subscriber has received per Venus, JL 10 trunks best Woodstock gloves, assorted. 1 case Shepherd's best West of England black and blue broad cloths and cassimere . 1 truuk cotton lioso 100 dozeu Rowland's genuine jVacassar oil, and A lot of lead pencils. GEO. M. WILSON, my 14 128 Watcr - st. I hWEl.RY. 2 cases of Fancy Jewelry, tor I sale by GEO. M. WILSON, my 14 128 Water - ftreet. LKJUOJVS, tic. Boxes fresh Medina Lemons, in prime order 50 boxes do do Orange Now landing and for tale by my 13 PETER REMSE.V & CO. KY IHDLa & COFFEE. COO dry bidn, mJ average weight 171bs. each 300 do do 19 do 200 do do ' 24 do 25;000 wt. green coffee, for sale by ' II. UKNUIULK.?, may 14 . 37 Beaver - st. C10TTON YARN low numbers. Ao as - J serf mcnt of low No's, cotton yarn, for sale by tlie Commission Company, 148 Pearl - street may 15 IV HA CCO - MA till? A CTOR Y. THE Subscribers brg leave to acquaint their friends and the public, that they have re moved their Tobacco Manufactory into their fire - proof store, No. 62 Water - street, where they intend carrying on the business on an extensive scale they have on hand a large supply of Pigtail rolls, made of best luchnioud tobacco Sweet scented N. Head Ladies' twist Long cut chewing, in 1,4, 8, and 16 ounce paper do smoking do Macuba snuff, in jars and bottles, by wholesale and retail Scented Rappee, do do Strasburg snuff do do French rappee do do Plain fine do do do Scotch snuff in bottles and bladders Spanish sears, made of choice tobacco imported 2 year, ago,and warranted genuine New - Orleans do. American do, OrdeA from the country will be punctaally and carefully attended to. may 9 lm I. NA All ti SON. i iiw wnni.i 1 UST ree'd per Mercury and Atlautic, a few . trusses or low nriceri tenths, rnul f immmL fortaleby JOS. S. HARRISON, ap7 67 Fine - Ktreet WAN it.), several young LADIES as ap prentices to the MANTUAMAKING - BUSINESS. Enquire of MISS MARSHALL, my 14 - tf No. 7 Cedar - street, C1IDER UKA.NUY. JO barrels, landing and for sale by ANSON G. PHELPS, Ely 5 183 Front street. 'MEA, Tl.V I'LATK, BLOCK TIN, tie. kc. JL 40 chests hyson skin tea 100 boxes Tin Plate, assorted . 1O00U lbs. India block tin 80U0 lbs. Spanish do 6K)0 lbs. iron wire 100 tierce prime new rice 50 bbls. cider brandy. For sale by ANSON G. PHELPS, my 16 183 Front street. ' I TOBACCO, LINSEED OIL, BOSTON J. HUM. &C. - 874 kees first quality manu - factored Tobacco, now landing, ol the following approved brands ; " Geo. Fletcher, D. R. Ross, Mit Hon K illiamson, Anderson, Blair, tc Mc - Keaee, P. Miller Co. F.G. Orenshaw, J Gihh, H. Starr, Jesse Hare & Co. F. Daney ti Co. P. Holt ti Co. and B. II. Brady." Alto ot nurling ttip, 10 hhds. "Spears" Boston Kuin 20 kegs colouring for liquor And in Utore. 300 kegs first quality pure Ginger 34 bbls mess and prime Pork 7 hhds pure Spirits, l.ih 4lh proof 20 pipes domestic Urandy, good quality ' 12 lilids Pennsylvania Linseed Oil , 17 kegs low priced shippio Butter 80 chttts Hysoo Skin Tea, Clothier's cargo, for sale by CORNS. DUBOIS, ray 15 lOt 36 Front - strret. HAVANA SUGAR, TALLOW, tic. 50 boxes brown Havana Sugar, entitled to drawback. 180 ceroons South American Tallow 54 boxes Roll Brimstone, and 18 case, Tumblers. landing and for sale by JAMEsJ DUVOLF. Jonr. my 12 54 South street. 4 - 4. MERINO SHAWLS and MUSLIN : BANDS, for sale by my 5 MARCH h LOW. 210 Broadway. IQO CALCUTTA SC0.1R. J i Bags bright yellow grained swgar 115 do superior double boiled Jo Landing at Coentie slip for sale at 67 Soutb - street, by ny 15 DRY GOODS. FANCY plate Calicoes SupciGue calicoes and chintzes 4 4, 9 - 8, 6 4 cambric muslins . Cambric jaennet Plain tauiiior'tj k sewed mulls , . Plaip nud laoibor'd book muslins 3 - 4, 4 - 4 and 6 - 4 cambric ginhatn. Black and col'd cambrics Velvets and cord,, beaver glove. Fancy cravats, twilled aim pl.iin . , Mndrass lid k ft, pin, Hair cord cambrics, cotton ball, ' White I col'd thread. Silk, kid, and cotton cloves Silk hose, silk floren - tines Black bombazeens Florence silk, ribbons, galloons Florences, plain and figured Virginia satins, plaid lustring, Kring'd black silk hkf, VeHet bindings, tapes, bobbins Furniture calicoes, and chintzes Marseille Quilting, royal ribbs White and printed sateen Cotton brown liollnmls Swantdown, toilanetts, silk stripe Cotton and wonted ho iery Irish linens sheetings Buttons, bed tick Fine nnd supcrtine cs - timeres Toiksbire fine and tu - perfine cloth London do do Superfine ladie cloth Bomhazetts, ratinetts lnierial cords, vigo - nii rnssimere Storkinetts, plain and riuu'u Flannels, baize, Ferretls, worsted bind' ines Shirt buttons, cotton lace Puris netts and souffle eauze BJack and white thulle lace Leno sriawls, Estopil las Sewing silk, assorted colors Linen cambric Table cloths, 6 - 4, 7 - 4 ti 8 - 4 Diapers Furniture Dimities 4 - 4, 9 U, C - 4, 7 - 4 and Funcy Leno, k figured 8 - 4 printed cambric shawls 7 - 4 & 8 - 4 imitation do. 8 - 4 cassiraere do. Bandanno, longee and siatersoy hdklj. Pocket hdkfs. white and printed Hair cord and cambric dimities Jeans, cotton castimere Striped Florentine Black do Madapollum and steam Muslins Cambric Trimmings, I l lOUIICeS Seersucker Ginghams l.otu.ill lldUts. bilk Check Ginghams 2 St 3 col'd iumbric garments Oil Cloths Brown Linen Merino Shawl Cotton handnnnoe 9 - 8 col'd trip'd jaco - nett loom ilnrtings India muslins, ic. lie iteceived by the late arrivals and for sale by mh24dlc2in 167 Pearl - street, rHOBPKCTUS OF 1HB HEMPSTEAD ACADEMY. The Ilev. timothv ci.owxs, a.m. Principal. - oooUooo - HAVING purchnsed that lurge and commodious building in the t illnge of Hempstead, Queen County, lately occupied by Mr. George Howel, tlie subscriber proposes tooiun art Aca demy therein, on Monday, tlie 27th lr,tunf, for boarding young gentlemen arid instructing them in any ol those branches of science and litera ture usually comprehended in an academical course. That every scholar may be under the constant and immediate smierintendance of (lie Principal, uoue will lio admitted into this academy ns student but those who are tilso boarders. A vury few students from the vilhige, or its immediate vicinity, will be the only exception to this rule. If, however, the number of students should ex ceed the means of accommodation in the acade my, boanisaay bo procured in private families in die aeiehbourhood. Should. the public patronage be extended to ttae institution sufficiently to warrant the meu - jjrtV4Vklitional teachers will be procured. The yu will be divided into two term of tuition. I he summer term will commence the last Monday in April, and will continue twenty - inree weeks, i he winter term will commence I the last Monday in October, and will likewise rnnfimi. f v li . . ...... I. . I'l... r. rr,. - ..M..U.C ,tmj i.i - cc a ,. i.aiiA - - This merit will leave a vacation of about three weeks after each term. The price of boarding, tuition, randies and fuel, both in school and rooms, will lie 100 dol lars each term. But, two or more scholar sent by the same person, the children of clergymen, or those who are intended for the ministry (ol any denomination) will be boarded and instructed for $'J0 each per term. In all cases, a deduction of 5 per cent, will he made for payment in advance. Books, washing, mending, and any necessary article of clothing, will be furnished by tlie subscriber at the most reduced prices. A cot, mattrass or lied, and Deddinjr, to be lur - nished by each student. i tic patron ol tin institution may be assured that it system of discipline will he mild, yet ex act, l he rules oi the academy must De stricuy complied with, by every scholar. 03r FOREIGNERS, desirous of acquiring a grammatical knowledge of tlie English language, win ne aamiiieu as oourners into tne tietnpsieaa Academy, i rivate apartments and separate ta bles will be furnished on the most reasonable terms, and every facility will be afforded to a speedy and thorough acquaintance with the lan guage. t or tne information or stranzers it may tie sta ted, that Hempstead is a pleasant village and post town, remaricaiiie lor us rieaitinness, only twen ty one miles east of the city of New - York ; that it enjoys the advantage of public worship in the t rcsiiyterian, H - .scuintl, and Metliodlst forms ; and that a stage runs from the city three time a week, on one of the best roads in America. V arents desirous of placing their children at schorl, r,r foreieaers wishing to he! instructed in the English language, are reiei;ti'ully requested to visit the subscriber, at Hempstead, where they will receive fuller information respecting the proposed institution. Hempstead, April 3, 1813. ffr" 'I he subscriber hereby declare hi un qualified approbation of the establishment proposed by the Revd. Mr. Clowes. Convinced as he is of Mr. Clowes' ample qualifications, both of the head ni.d the heart, for superintending iuch an institution, tie does nut hesitate to recommend him to public confidence, and his academy to puunc paironasje. tr. i n ti a it t , Rector oi St. Geo. Church, Hempstead. Hempstead, 3d April, 1818. Q - The above prospectus meet with my nearly concurrence. CHARLES WEBSTER. Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Hempstead. A bag lettered " Hempstead Academy" will be left at li. C Langdon's Loojs - Iuand Steam - Boat Hotel, for communications with any person at tached to the institution. A Female department is connected with the Academy. Young Ladies to be boarded in the vii.age. ap 7 P:lawC2awtf to inn INHABITANTS OF NEW - YORK, AISD ITS VICISUTT. TTTM - BRYAN, Dyer. tie. from London, VV eratefully acknowledges the liberal en couragement he has received, from his friends and tne public, since his arrival from England. Anxious to merit a continuation of their patronage aud support, he has taken thoce retentive premise, Not. 37 and 393pruce - street, (late Little George - street,) where he has at considerable expense erected mucmnery and every conven ience to ensure ineir lutuie favour,. Piece Goods dy'd auy fancy color and Onished id superior style; Ladies dresses, sua, sattin, velvet, damask, moreen, crape, veils. shawl, mant es, pelmet, bombazesins, " - - cleaned and dy'd any fancy pattern, chip, straw, and leghorn bonnets dy'd. Rlrlr Inr mnntfiinc. nn thorfett DOtKe DIO reen furniture elean'd.dy'd and water - marked ; hot - pressing, ate. my 18 lm LETTER PAPER, A PORTER BOTTLES. A qaintity of superior bet pressed English Letter Paper. ISO rroee Porter Bottle, in hampers: crates, received per Cnauocev from Bristol, for l by POTT U M'KJNNK, nyjrj 51 iuth street. ' i of LIFE M$UlAACE, I'e. . lIThe UNION INSURANCE COMPANY, incorporated by the Leguiatioe of the Stale of stew gork, with a charter of unlimited duration, for making LIFE INSURANCES and gnuting a.uiiil, - ", will commence business on the first day of Afay next, at no. 56 Wall - street. The more prominent objects embraced by this company, (dihough they are prepared lo enter ou lavorable terms into all contracts in any shape connected with the views of their institu lion,) are as follows: iolhe labortne clou uf thr tommtmilu. In Xr. chanict, to CUrkt inpubltetnd pnrale ipttt, lo Clergymen, lo froettomn Lottern, lo Military men, and all other, possessed of fixed incomes, which will terminate with their own live,, they offer a secure means of providing for their fami lies, oy setting apart a small portion of their annual savings to that purpose. To copitaluh, they offer the rsle Investment and certain improvement of their surplus Income to the benefit of their descendants. - To married men. they offer a nmviilon to their uHdmrt, by an appropriation to Oat purpose of small annual sums, during the continuance of tlie marriage, and oo the same principle tl ey offer lo the auirneeiof tankrvvt tttaht. and the nur. chaser of property, subject to the right of dWtr, a mode of extinguishing that claim, by giving au equivalout for the surrender ot the r'uhu of the wife. To parent!, they present a mode of endowing their infant children, affording to them, if 'they reach a certain age, a much larger sum compar - eu wiui ine original premium, man can be ao quired by any mode of accumulation at interest J o iintie pertotu, who may have no hairs. they offer the means of greatly increasing I heir auuuai income mrougn tlie purchase of life annuities. To young peoplr.ot active emnlovmenL whose exertions and earnings must diminish with their increasing years, they ofltr a support for the de - cline of life, by payments of comparatively small auiouni, wnue tueir season ol industry shall con tin ne. The Company has r'ovided Tables calcu lated upon true principle from the most correct uala, which at the same time combine the safety or ine oince, and me interest ol the customer 01 the results of Ihcso Tables some specimens are subjoined, from which the advantages to the numersoi ciuratu with tlie in may be estimated. A luallhy person, of the azo of twenty - seven years, by an annual payment ol Two 97 - 100 dollars during his life, may secure to his heirs the sum of One Hundred Dollars, or'a larger amount oy a proportionate premium. A Husband, aged thirty, ahoso wife' ace is twenty - five, may. by the annual pavmeut of i uo .hi - iuij uoliari, while both livo. secure to hi widow the sum of One Hundred Dollars, which the company will exchange for an equivalent annuity, if required. Jit the age vffiflu an annuity for tho remain der of Iho lite may be bought lor about fen and a quarter ytar1! purchase, or at tho rate of niuc ana 3 - 4 per cent on the sum invested. A father may, by tho payment of one hun dred dollars at the birth of a child, secure to that chllil, when il shall reach the age of twenty - oue years, tne sum ol n Hundred mtd forty - one del - tors. ' i from the ugt of tirenfu - one, an annual pay meut of Elevm 18 - 100 Dollars till the age of e ifly, will secure to the party an annuity of One Hundred Dollurs for tha residue of his or her Ufa If a person Iwldmg a Policy of Life Insurance ior any period neyond one year should feel desij Irons to rtluinuiih it. tha mnnn will r.a.l. ,, . . - ' ai an times io ireai lora re - purtnasp. An adequate portion of the Cnvitalof this Com pony u set apart by cliarter, and may be increased, ij occasion require, for the purpose of Life In surance and Annuities, and secured upon real Estate vithin tlu stale tf New - York, of the ralue y at least fifty per cent abate the amount loaned. The Capital thus set apart and secured, together with the accumulation of premium, can be made liable for no other losses of the Institution than tlwse arising from its Life Policies and annuitul. thus affording lo the Customer the most substantial security. Written applications for insurance and annu ities, stating the name, age and place of birth and residence of the party will be received and answers given preparatory to opening policies on the day above uamed. SAMUEL A. LAWRENCE, President. JAMES REN WICK, Actuary, ap II D&Ctm AJf ASHISTAXT TUTOR WAtCVEt), IN an academy near the city of New - York A single gentleman, of good morals, and capable to teach the rudioieiUs of tho Latin, with the higher English branches usually taught in academies. A graduate of a college in the United Statcswill be preferred. Apply at the olfir.e of litis paper. my 15 D&Ctf fry. The subscriber oilers for sale hi resi fiajjil deuce in the town of Fa'rlicld, state of Connecticut. It is pleasantly situated, on the Boston road, about hall a mile from Long Island Sound, 55 miles from New York, and 20 from New llaveu. The house and oul - houses are in excellent repair. The Iruit yard is well stocked with a variety of peaches, apricots, r berries, pears and strawherues. Tliere arc in the vicinity academics for the education of youth of both sexes. From one to six acre of excellent land, at the option of the pmchaser, cm be had with the house, aud Uie purchase: money, it detirtd, can remain nn interest, ror terms apply to ISAAC M. ELY. Esn. 70 John street. N. York or to tlie Hon. JONATHAN S PURGES, Fair ueld, Connecticut, my C d&ictl DAVID ELY. A VKRf VAI.CARI.E KSTATV fOR SALE, Late the property of Heiiajali Klrong', Lsq. deceased, in the township nr I'lip, lyiug on the great south road, about 4i miles Iron, .ew KorK ; curtaining hy computations a - bout 2500 acres of land, more or lets; nearly 1000 acres of which is under cultivation, inclu ding about 2(J0 acres of salt and fresh meadows, which i, completely embanked, ditched and drained, for the purpose of hems: reclaimed. The remainder is invaluable wood land, on which lar'e (juantitirs may be cut acnually. On the preitiues is a spacious and convenient Mansion House, with a large barn, hotels, crib, ""b - e, carnace house, eardener noute, ww siMtn mop, smoae nouse, ice nmnr, and other out buildings, replete with every convenifnce. Thc - re is also on the premises; about a mile from the man - ion house, anew fUiiu house, with a burn adioibiug. . . . . Near the houe it a large pond, with a privilege of a stream of water, on wbii h is h good saw mill, aad water sulh. lent for grist mid. 1 he tardea and oichards are extensive, in which il... hme been set out. will.m a lew year, a irieat number of young trees, of every specie of the best graiieuiruii, uiiniiy in ikuoti;, m i in tlie most flourishing cri,rtition. Aisu, a huge nursery of irutt trees and plants, sufficient to ex - lend an orchard of 100 acres. Tbere are lew estates cffiHd fir sale, to desirable for either an exUnsive farmer, or the tesi - dence of a gentleman. Tbe farm is capable of supporting a large etock, and be in bounded by Uie south bay, there it an inexhaustible source of manure from sea - weed, boats pty Irons the neighbourhood, almost daily, to aad from Uie city. The bay also abouad, with a great variety game, fish, oyster and clams, aad the pond and creek with Uie finest rouL For terms and farther particulars, arp'y to A. II. LAWRENCE, No. 23 Park Place, or on tbe premises. try " - COT. NOTICE i. ht rel y given to the stockholders of the Associates of the Jersey Company, that a dividend tine been derlared of two dollar, per share on tlie capital stock ef the company, which will lie paid on the 12tn instant, at No. 1 HI Broadway. 11AUKI CALUWJuLL, Treasurer, my 1 3v , .NOTICE. (tT The master, and owner of vessel be longing to the cities of Albany and Trey, wish to lure a bum, lor a nunioer ot years, ca uie North River side of this city, for the accommo dation of these vessels exclusively, - for wtiicb a liberal compensation will be giver. J'he sybscri - bers are a committee appointed for the purpose of receiving proposal, for the tame. - And Die proprietors ol ine wnarves on tne inonn iiiver are renuested to hand in Uieir proposals to either of (he subscribers, stating the situation and their terms respective!!. N. B. A note addressed to either of the subscribers, left at Joseph C. Cooper's, Lent's Ba - sui, or at u. a ti. need', Loeutie cup, win i - e attended to. ... New - York, 25lh April, 1818. BaRNUM WHIPPLE, v GEORGE MONTEATII, PETFR DONNELLY, . RICH D.tl.J ITCH, . bushnelu gurdon grant. ap 25 1m . . . - ' - JV lic fo Tavern Kttptrt and Grocers. ft7 Licenses to Tavern Keepers and Gro cers from the Mayor and Commissioner of Excise, will he issued at the Mayor' Office, in the City llall, between the bourt cften and oae o'clock, on the several days, and for the different wards in succession, in the order following, vii : Ut ward on (lie 5th May 2d do do ' 6 ill do 3d do do 7th do 4th do do 8th ft 9th do 5th do riu 1 lib ail 2th. do 6ih do ilo 13th ti 14th do 7th do do 15th li 16th do 8th do riu IttthKlStbdo Vth do do 20th do' 10th do do 21st & tid do All persons who know of any obicctions a - gainst the granting of licenses to any of those who now hold them, are vriicctfullv reouesled to give ii. formation at the Mayor's Otlke, be fore the time lor granting them as above - men - tinned : and those sreiitlenien who have taken pains to investigate this subject, aud consider it of sufficient moment, are particularly invited tn assist in furnishing nil the information in their power. uy order, J. SI DELL, F. M. Ap27U GLOUE LNaUKANCfc COMPANY. THE President and Director give notice, that a dividend of four per cent on Uie capi tal stock of the company. for the lust ia month, will be paid to the Stockholder at their Orbc. No. 65 W all - street, on and after the 1st day of June next. The Transfer book will be closed on the 1 1st instant. By order of tho board of Direc tors. KICUAUO DUNN, Junr. my 14 dim StVry. BOARDING. FOUR or five gentlemen with their families, ' or, ten or tllieen smgle gentlemen, can be accommodated with board and lodging at Mount vtrnon Hotel, enout live mile from tlie city ol New York, on the bank of the East River, and one of the most pleasant situations on the island. The rooms arc spacious and airy, having a lull view of the river ; coach house and stables. Terms liberal, and every atteution paid, by thi public's humble servant, my 4 1m EZRA CALDWELL. WIIKA TON'S ITCH OINTMENT. THE long and successful use of this ointment is a sufficient rocommeudafion, ns it ba been found to be a pleasant, safe and certain re medy fur that disagreeable disease in all ils sta ts. 11 is for sale in tlie city of ivew - rnrK, tf . A. it W. II. Post. No. 41 William - street 1 I. & T. Clark. No. US Maiden - Lane 1 II. H. Schieffelin Ic Co. No. 193 Pearl - street 1 Lawrence ti Kees, No. 195 Pearl - street; Hull k uowne, 146 1'earl street ; K. U L. ft urn v. Jlj Pearl - street t J. M. BradhursL 314 Pearl - street 1 John Penford, No. 4 Fletcher - street ; Duryee ti roe, in reari - strret s John L. Morrison, lm Greenwich strrrt ; John P. Fisher. 106 Broad way 1 Waller tl seaman, roraei ofChamber - st. aud Broadway, and also inChatham - strit 1 and in short it may be procured at most 01 tlie IJnig Store in thi city Alto in Philadelphia, of S. Witherelllt Sons ; George llanell .North ft Ro gers, and almost all the druggist in the principal town in the united state. I.IK ic wilt, WH EATON'S JAUNMCE BITTERS may be had at the above placet. jon 22 6m 'I'Hh HI AN KLIN IKE I.MblHANCF. L COMPANY have their Officii at No. 41 Wall street; where they are ready to receive applications tor Insurance. The CAPITAL STOCK of Haifa Million of Dollars, is all subscribed aud paid, or satisfacto rily secured - DIBECTORI. Elitha Tihbit'. Philip Brnsher, Henry I Wyckoff, Thomas Franklin, . James Walsh, Stephen W hitney, Jos. P. M'Kiuiie, Pere Jones, . John Adams, Thomas Untklrv. George Griswold, Win. Uayard, Jr. John T. Lawrence, James B (Kir man, Kent. L. bwan. John I. Palmer, ELISIIA IIBBITH, President. J. WORTHINGTON, Sec'ry. nnyfi lm JOPHlMTEHf. GF.ORGF. FORM AN, printer and Bookseller. 201 Fulton - street, New - York, offsrs lor tale the urititins ofSce. and a considerabla part of the books and atationary of Aaron For - m an, deceased (late of the firm of Smith Forman, of this city.) Tlie printing office consul of Brevier, Long Primer, Pica, Great Primer, Itouble Pita, Double Englidi, Cannon, 6 Imet Pica, 15 ! and 19 lines do. Also, tli Sheet Almanac, in brevier, ifanding. - now.rs, Quotations, Cases, ic tc The aove artults are in good order, and will be sold low, and Jilided to suit pur chaser. .... . G. F. coutinoes the pnnbnj business in all its) variety, perforate 1 at tha shortest notice, abJ on . the must reasonable term,. Tli lute revud edition of Ihs reformed Dutch Church Psalm tiookt, ami Conslilutum of said Church, are also offered for sale as above, either in sheets or bound, by. the 100 or single be the silts are 12ain. lUmo. and S4uu. may 18 eodlw Clw (XT Tlie Directors of tie New York Institu tion for tlie instruction of the deaf aud dumb. announce, that it i now open for the reception of pupilt, at No. 5b Chatham, corner of chamber street, under the suprrtiu - ndnce of the Rev. A. O. Stansbury. Tbe term of board ere f 1 50 per annum, including washing Jc mradiag 1 pupil to find their owo beds. I uition fVJ n.r ann. including stationary. Thoae who are enable to pay for their tuition will make application to the S'jpeiiiitendant, that their case may be laid before tlie board of directors. JOHN B. SCOTT, secVy. my lSeod 2w clw TO LET. M A.dry Cellar, .nthe re .Vo. 29 Pine - street, Enquire 01 j.,,. . my II k i4 Peari - stntet. ROOMS TO LET. A SMALL family, without da!dretkve two room (front aSd back) to let. The rooca, ttrl rito.tioa are very pieas - vnt and U the lowet part of tbe cirr. Ad - irees . a. ai uut oce. yW3l i - i 1 til' S I ! .3, Pi .( ,' I, - 1 1 . If . 1 i 1 f - V

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