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I :jlv:: - :T3. - adv ;"iTi:.:o.roa the Lf.NLI ITOFTH ACTi: STATE. oril U TII AtAT A0, TH rnciAi. fafkk. , JVWfrrt J5bt Ricfutri Riier, Recorder. Alfred P. Edward, Jury 14 .. , i'joM Veafcicklin, Joa27 ; - - , Fsr Beld, Jaly 2 - - Richard Gddertlev, June 30 r t itobert fcichoU, July 3 John Alexander, Jum 20 Aagwste Baton, J"30 '.', .'.,. Jam Mead, Jan - '"' ' ' " WUiiamMConujck, MayW ' . . U wit kletler, Jeremiah fcteeler, May M , , Jacltaoo, Ma 8U . - . - - . Juba Dick. May 26 , . , . - , L Pierre La Croix, May 30 . ; Charle W Oakley, John Lottjim. Abraham . Voorhies, Mat 28 . Natliaaiel Mitchell, June 13 ' ... Jonathan VYatkio. may w Wm. Thompson, Jane 10 Thomas L. lerry, junx Oitem Wilder, Jim t 1 .. . VI f,.i;.w .Vff.tr "A .. - . ' ' . , . near uout? - j - - Albany eounty - Before Phxlao & W, A , . , corder, in Albany., . v Barnt6poor, Jujm26 . Kaawl P.Coode, July 3 . ?, . . Nathan Parker, - May 28 - . . t HeoryJ.OtUom, MaySJ f ik Gilford, Jum 19 ; . - ' - .( aaal tB . . - '. ..'". ' v tlipbalet Steel, June 3 . , . ,. Madum cwnty Before Peter Smith, Jtnt judge ' . . an Pelerbera'. Locker Berry. June 27 Charle Adams, July 25 . . . , , Richard ti. laeaoa - July 18 . 4. Oeorge Ccwao, JaoeSU 11 Simeon RouihwKk, July 4 , , : '" Kliiha Calkim, J iim tf ' ' . ' - ; . Oliver Barker, June t7 ; , Itrael Oibora, Jane tX) ' Oltega Countjr - Jtfr Joseph Wkilti rtt ? ' ' Judge the town Cherry VtUty. Rniirttl'inuiil liilvVK . . . , Kliilia Coruiut, Jnoe 20 - i'. . 1 , AabMl Warner, May 28 , , . Bamuel GriiUu. June 18 - - ' ' ,C Trin - rD'or WiUum L. Marty, Eq Jacob .louae, Jua K7 j - ' , ( Joteph Chamberlin, Jaa S3 1 noniaa 1. iranciaco, judbzu ; Rkbard Hoot, Jan 13 ,U CftBitaal Wcbater, jua. May 30. Pmrtaa R. rlurlbert. Jose 4 ' ' '" ! Onondaz CntrtiHtMt Jothum Ftrmtnjtrtt - 1 t . t - f . ' . - Jtm JnhMoo, and Pate Dygert, July 3 Kiekiel Chapnian, July 88 - . L'heiter Oallard, and INatyvn St. John, July 10 ; Joel Hriitoa, jim is i. f . Milft Allen, June t ... . . . . Jowph Vmttt, may to ;iirard Catdk Jun18 c. ' Elijah Mil!, Jnoe 9 ' - x 1 j 1 John Weill, Jon 18 - ' ' '" ' v.; l'liilip Pitta, Jane It ' ' " . Wiiah WaUon, Jum 5 T j Lii Pood, Jaae 1 - 1 ' .1 ' . ... i u , l r D r l ' Ebencier Eeyeoi, Robert Coon, and John Al - i Joha Reynold, Jane 5 ' ' - " " EzraTjrel, JvneS ' Genutet cvuntyEtfurt John II. Jonti, Jin 1 Judge, l. Leicester. - , - BitaelBherwIn, Aug 10 bithCook, July I - 1 'i Daia Kiwaom, Junt 4 Roderick KSturrd, and . lavid Kaniora, Juue 4 Jacob Van Uakler, jun. July I . Jikoxia Cranitoo, July 6 Nichols Banlcl, juu. June 4 Imon Coiley, June i4 1 . 1 iti 11 1...... orv Ata Bennett, June 15 ..' Wnmon Hatiiig, MayS9 '. . '' JnKn lbril. Jum , .iti uciiinii tunc v f , Mhicui Carter, June 6 GiletBiahop,&lay88 SyirMat Hammond, do "' ' . - I rancii Noarte. May 28 '' ' ' ' 'Saratoga ctmtv Before Salmon Child, Jit it v . JxMtixnurtavKUt. Calvin Morry, June 19 Charlci Waierman, June 19 Ttly Baldwin, Juna 11 ' 1 . OUadiah Wood, June 12 ' . Joha SValh, June 1 i 'Kobcrt Miller, June 8 Peter Uun, June 5 .ThoroM C. Chac, May 29 . iJudien LitybtforcJ.D.lftrull. I THw if. Crandel, July 3 David Colon, July 18 - John B. Hot'tboom, Jdno 1) - Andrew Kirisley, at Jladion, June 5 ly.iter Leadiietter, June 5 ' Stephen Payn, May 9 . JolmJ. KverU, Jun 12 Andrew Race. May 29 Columbia County brforc John I. Miller, Et ... rever jnconwi joiy o lienor. Grout, July 1ft . Uodlrev Gamer, Juue 20 - . Aaron Sliaw. iuo. June 12 1 . , Ctnan&9 counif BrfortUbniialiGtrmun, Etq. John Hoikln, July 11 John W. Tibii, June 23. Nicholas Kins: June 23 Montgomery county - Before Alexander Sheldon, t . . i nrttjuatte in cnanrtion. Ptter Brown and Jacob A. Flint,' June 20 ... Silas Simons, May 30 ' Aniata Dudley, June 57 ' i'(eu6cet(ny - Before Vicmnt M'Bumcy, Jlrtt Judge, tn PauUea - Pott. ' FanWil Campbell, jun. June 1 Jacob Hill, May 14 . Jacob Conkllo, jun. Jun 8 f ' Oneida county Before Morrit S. Miller. . William Porter, June 27 ' Robert Oyer, July 25 Justin Cooler, jun. July 11 Walter Fowfcr, June 6 ' Ambrot Jones, May 30 . Abner Bartlett, June 2 , . Jotian W. Bngg, June 2 " Before Nathan William. , George A. Bartlett, June 20 Nathaniel Kent, Jaly 18 Ornnrt county Before Nathan H. While, sf ' Al Gothtn... ',' Anaoiaa White, and Peter A. Millspaugh, jane iu . Hugh R. Coulter, Jane 20 Job Plirnptoo, Jun 13 ''.'. Duiid Tears, jr. June 8 .. Jefferton Ceunty...Befort W. D.Ford. - John Yonog. July 27 . Farrington Wood, July 26 v caruuel iase, July I Solomon Kirn, July 19 ' Before IF, Robinson, Etq, Woodard Sdibey. JulvO Schoharie County, before Win.' Beelnum, Etq ei onmtm. Philip Young, May 30 : Abel BixSy, June H . . Wilhnm Berens, May 30 Joha B. Ackley, juae U . Jeremiah Cole, do Hainan Andrews, May 30 ."r?". hmm"TI"F'ri Jume, Emit. Eta. 'rt....f - . t - noDen iner, June z9 Henry I. I'tatt, June 13 josepougieu, July 15 Walter Pugsley, June 20 Henry 1. Pratt, June 4 Daniel Freligb. Jane 6 Joacs H. M'Cord, May 26 fklutrare Countv, btfore ue Qidtn, El. Ano Combs, lane 3 T ti'Orrm CaUIIIu hjfmr IV.. k,J,..L Pel Vbitnuu, and Keuben Willard, Jun'i C Saaucl I'jihan), Jane U ' ' ; , ' ' V ol and will 46 or at es f 6 JineaTwmbalt,TIe('Jnia floi kiw, May 30 Asn - ia BCOUeld, waf &j . SulJaik Cvmdybtfvr T. Strtret'Ef Pliliveu WhiUrxi. Jon 3U SuUumn Cmmty, before William A . Thpton, ' at jnompien. . , , . Jabex Wakn.aa, May f7 , Bifort Abruhcm Brown, Etq. I.iji Uitn. Jnoe Sena CnaUf Before J Knox, Itj. l Junius. Beth Cliaae. Jaae 3 fronilt Counts, befort AlbonXan, Eta. ' Robert Cooper, A5 10 , - a v; . ilenry UtJey, Jim 1 y, r ' - '. Ontano County, before Judge KtcheUu. n l - a 1 1 : 1 I ...... Henry tliworUi, aud Jaee Cbwortli JiHy.7 BeJorer. IT, liow'U, c. ex inanii.M. Jante Stoddard, Jaly 31 .... . ' Jee Peafield, Jnoe tl . Perry Kaaaeil, Jaty tl , . Caleb Harrinlofi, Jum 4 . i - ThoinaeO. Brraa. June I : Perrr G. Buck. Lyman Tripp, Eaee Francb. Clinton County, before Puny Moore, Etq, , David Peter, June 89 CorncliuaM. Erwin, Jun 10 r Cayufa County, before Judee Mdlrr. Richard bhimer, Juae 29 ' - JaredWeek, JuIrK - . !. ; ,; Richard Burnt I, June 93 Tlnotliy Mother, July 14 - . . . Enutue U. Tuttle, May 31 Corilandt County, before Judge Ketp. William Morion. Jul 29 - Charlei Parker, at Huater,, Sd Moadayia June Jneep riruxh, aiy 0. . .il S&nmt - I Blair, May 29 Sanue lineal, June 2 . , Henry Snuln, do ; ... St. Lawrence Coimlyi before Judge Ford. Jacob Kottvelt, Ma? 28 , . . Reuel Taylor, May 30 . , Hchtnectady, bifore, G. Cleotlani. . - RoiweH Perry, June 8 - Ontxeo County, before Judge Xooneyi ; haac Caulkin, Jane 29 ' ' UUtrr County, btfore judge Ebaendorf. Corneliui Uoof, Juncto Henry Simmons Jane 20 Niagara, before judge iruiccnton. William A.Knaaell, July I lx)U Patterton, July 10 Harry Henihaw, June 2 Before J. W. Moullon, Etq, Ait P. Harm, Jaly 6 Chataque county, before Zcttu Caihitig, Etq. Joteph H. Akin, July 15 Nathan Cati, Jun 23 Wttl'ChetltT County, bfirs Calib Tompkins, John Tra via, Jum tO Tuiipkmi County, before Jolin Sutton. flermaaui Schuyler, May 26 Corneliu I). Green, May 28 Richmond County, before Joftn Garrtlion Nathaniel Martin, June 13 . Cbrittian J. Bedell, May 30 iiretne County, before Lutlicr Carter. Matthew Salt bury, May 20 (Keeni County, before Cory Dunn, . Kichnrdion Reynold. June 15 tstieu County before atlas alow. Richard Brad way, June 27 Benjamin Kith, July 9 . REALKSTATK. IN purtuance of an order of the hnnoraMe the court of chancery, dated the 24th day of April, ICI8. we. the undersieoed. trustees of the estate Henry Doier, deceased, will tell at public auction, 00 Thurtday, the 2flthday of May instant, the following real estate : Lot No. 7 Dover street, nineteen feet front and eighteen feet renr, 56 feet deep 00 toutheuitecly 47 feet on nor thwrttcrly side, be the same more or less ; and as now in postettion of Mr. William Armstrong 1 sunject to a lease wnicn expire on the Ht May, IU26, at a grounJ rent of 50 dollar per annum. L,ot no. lllJorernrtet. uuicellroni. srrear. feet 4 inches (leenon southerly aud 51 feet 00 northerly sidu. be the tame more or less, as now lata 111 possession oi sm. v 111. r ew, fuojcri 10 alease, which will expireon tire 1st May, 1U24, a arounu rent ol 40 dollar nrr annum. Lintflo. 13 Uoyer itreei, xu icel ironinu zx rear, 51 feet deepen southerly and 54 fiiet 6 inch on the northerly side, be the same more or less, as now in the possession ol Mr. uaUl munson; subject to a lease which will expire on the 1st May, 1824, at a ground rent of thirty six dollar per annum. - a . m.t a b rv A.. . s m r a a ill ixino. ia uoyer sircei, leoi rroni ana j feet rear, 51 feet 6 inches deep on Southerly aud 68 feet 3 inches on Northerly side, be the same mote or lest, at now loposesiion of Mr. William Shattel t subject to a lease which will expire on tbe 1st May, 1824, at aground tentof forty dollars per annum. L.ot ao. it) uoycr street, zu leet iront ana 'J feet 6 inches rear, 21 feet deepon ;outherly and 21 feet on northerly sides, be the same more or less, and at now or late In possession nf Col. Win. ew ; subject 10 a lease wnicn win expire on we ltl 01 nay, 111:4, al aground lent 01 10 aouars oer annum. Lot No. 13 Pell street, 29 feet front and 9 feet inches rear, 50 feet deep, he the same mure or less, as now iiiipot.session of the estate 01 w m. uray. deceased I suhiect to a lease wlucn will expire on the 1st May, 1821, at a ground rent of unriy dollar per annum. Loino. zi roil street, si ictt ironi ana rear. 56 feet 8 inches deep ou easterly, and 58 fret 4 Indies on westerly sides, bu the same mora or less, at now in posietsion ol Mr. Wm. I. wul - dron ; subject to a lease, which will expire on the 1st day ol May, at a ground rent 01 4J dot Inrs per annum. IM No. 25 Pell street. 31 feet front, 5 feet 3 inches rear. CO tret deep ou easterly, and 66 feet 5 inches on wuaterly sides be the same more or less, a now id possusion 01 Joi n Meyer itui ioct to a lease which will expire on the 1st May ins, at a erouna rent 01 ju aonurs. Haul and lot No. 23 Pell street. 21 feet front and rear, and 58 feet 4 inches deep on easterly, and 60 feel on westerly sides, be the same mute or less, at now in possession of Mr. Joseph Butler. The improvements on the leafed lots to be a - lued and paid for by the purchaser, at the expi ration 01 me lease. Terms of sate. cash, on the delivery of the deed. Any further information which may be required will lie given by either of the subscribers. ' ISAAC 8. DOUGLAS?, AUIUAN H. VAN BOKKF.LEV. ' The above property will be sold at the Tontine Lobe House, on the ahove - nit - nlmned cay, by luossrs. r 11A11M1I.1 ti mi.Mun, Aiution - ten. . my 7 tils JL4NHA I TAN SCH OUL. MANHATTAN Female School is at Greenwich - street : Mai cchool, 194 148 Chamber - street. In these schools are taught all the b rancher which constitute a useful aud finished education. W forbear to desceud to particulars ; to offer recommendations, or to make great promises. Our patrons are left to judge of the modes ol instruction both moral aai scientific, by the iui - provMieniot the (cuoiars. .1uur.n1 riiAM, aE9 JOHN W. PICK t T. CUtlLED HAIR MANUFACTORY, 76 Chatham - street. THE subscriber returns bit thanks to the twblic for their former patronage in the line of his profession, and hope for their future tuppert. He likewise informs tueui that he has on band a constant supply of curled hair, manu facturad expressly for matrasses, on an improved I nmnnnl iml lilrawtM viltrfintM, lh hi .Mil LViTi hZI I .j u.c.,, well scoured, boiled and baked, and bcinf ma nufactured by machinery, Las an adrantara over aay otner luur manulactured In America it very texture and ahuticUy making it a savin; of iwcmy - nve per cent to the purchaser. WILLIAM JACKSON W. U. Merchants and the trade in general ...ii i.uu 11 w uieir aurantage to call as above. CO bales of. hair ia its roo;h state j 6 bale loag borse - taiU ; SUlHt lbs of lone hair drawn 30 I : 1. j . . 1. 1 a . a. . . w,BUDn ; coo oereu hair risva bottoms, 1 1 01 ai above. m 5 ' 2ua of at to . dar his of ted lee, will tht is ofj INDIGESTION Vtx SOUR STOMACH, Pi atkrxmltdgrd by turdicai writer t ben complaint l iluhUor kind, sad at all timet , riuU - iill i"rur. 'i'hi ii mlfcientlv illus trated in the duappointment of tltpte'wlio an for - 1 teuia4elyffi;rail - rit, atlify,l'oftbentp And Uitvt aiter bavins tried many thing to little or au purpose, Uiey are at laat obliged to 0e (for perbap Uie remainder of life) aucb article aa caa al bett bet palliate the diteate. Under Mich circumstance,! nay toedicioe capable of reai - v tinr the complaiut, mutt (urcly be an article hi;bly cletarviiui the attention of all livwe who are aillicted with U i aiicu a combination wio ne met with in DR. MKAIV3 AJtTI - UYSKI' - TlC or STOMACH PILLS tl euccet oi which ho never yet been equaled, for the cure dyiiiara in it moat complicated form, inch Ium of anuetitfl. naaiea. bcait bum, ttelulrn cy. kaawmg pain ia the ttonaach, pain in Itie ttde, (real cutiveaea, paleoett ia the countu - ancc, languor, iowntt of ipirit, pain in the head, virt - 40 or giddinet, awl UuUrlied alep. Whoever appliettricoc pilli in the above itetnob, accordinj to the direction, will never h diiap - noioted, a ttiey bate never been once kaown to rail ia producing a radical and permanent cure. The uie ol a tingle bos nill convince the most enbelievins of Uieir eu5ccy 'j'hey .will inoit effectually remove all lounieit of the ttonut h, not merely br neutraluinr the acid, but by cor rectiog tli at morbid ttMe oi tbeiecretion which give rite to it, and ht tit tame time will reitoru Ihedebilitftled orpont ofriigetiun, that tone and vigour which it abeolutely ueceatary to the well Ming or Itie animal economy, rnce one dollar per box. For tale by - J01I C. MORK1SON, Drucgirt, No. 1811 Greeawich - ttreet. Where may be bad, wlioleiale and retail, a large and geotral aatortmeot of geouine Drug aud Alciiicinet : surgeotii iniuumenti; A pome can't Glait - Ware ; Enf;liih and American Pa tent Medicine. Alto, Dyer' and Puller' aiti clet. Medicine ChcU, eic. On Ubcrcl term. mh25 2ut V'ALUAbLK KrAL fca'l'ATK r'UK BALL, im the irv or KKW - VORK. tr'IV'K lot of ground on the wrtt tide of Green - ' wich - ttreet, between Veitry and Def broi - e - lree(t, XibyW. Pour do in the rear of the above, fronting 00 tlieeatt aide of Waihirtetoii - ttrcef, 25 by BO. tight do in the block below, lirtaeea Watb inton and Went - it reel. In Montjjonierr County. COOO a ret ol Laud in Lawrence' tmrchate, nrnr Katt Canada Creek, on the north tide of ttie Mohawk. ' In Franklin County. 15.162 arret of Land, in the town of Mount Morrit and Laylon. in tem uoumy. 7832 acre of Lund ia tlie (own of Barry more. In the County of Lewii. 1M acre of land in CMterland. Cbattanit Purchate. In Saratoga County. 2C00 acret in Palmer purchate. tauuire at the office of the tubtcriber. 34 C - - tlreet. BEV. ROBINSON. mh17tf CHEAP CASH GROCERY STORE. Corner of Grand and Rynder - ttreets, directly oDposite Centre Market. JAMES P. ANOOE respectfully inform bis friend and the public in general he has re - moved from corner ol Broadway and Reed - st. to nreseut stand, where be solicit a continuance public patronage, and hope by hit anreuiit - exertion to obtain the best of Liquor and other articles in hi line of business, thereby to reixier uie mnsi periccx sniisiacnon. i. B. J. P. A. keep constantly for alc a general assortment of first rate Teat, Sugar, Cof - spices, Liquors ol all kimls, Sic. He. which be all disposed of at a moderate advance. idt z in JL'sT published, a L)uourf delivered at tbe ' consecration of the Syaaeoeue of tbe Chil dren of (tract, in the city of Nsw - York, on Fri day, the Unit of INisan, 5570, corresponding with 17th of April, 1818, by Mordecai M.Noah, l.tit. Jiift received and for sale by LL1AS VA - Lr.?t TlNr.. 04 Broadway, opposite Trinity Lnurth yard, where also may b had nil the new publications. my 13 Mnf e of Ntio - 1 01 kiomntroller's Office. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, that rested proposals will be received at tint office until Monday Uie 2Jtu of May next, for tbe pur chase of the whole or of any part of 840. 478 17 - 100 dollar of the three per cent Stock el the funded deblol the United elates, owned ty tins tate, The Stock, if sol J, will be transferred oa the first day of July next, at which time, payment must he made by the purchaser or purchasers, at the Hank of New - York in the city of New - York. The proposals will be opened on the said 25th day of May next and tlie nest offer or offers Mill be accepted ; provided tbe offer be such as shall, consistent with the interests of the state, warrant the acceptnu.ee of any of them. 11 any oner or cuert snail ue accepted, inior mnlioii therof shall be immediately commuiil cated to Uie person or persons so oOering ; nan 11 expected and required that such person or per sons snuu uieo give santiactory ccuriiy ior uit payment at toe time stipulated. AtttJll'lJ M ' NT the, comptroller. Albany, April 27, 1818. np30 tM25 PROSPECTUS von. rrci.isnisio by tonscRtrrioir A MAP OK MKX1CO AND LOUISIANA. '1 II E publication of thi M ap bs been under .1. taken with the impression, that it will ex liil.it information, highly interesting at Ibis event - lul crisit , tnd the valuable Map which the author hat procured, durii'g hit several toon through Mrxico. in the year 1806, 1807, 1812, 1813, 11115, 1816, nnd lui7, induce bim to behive that the Map, with even ell its imperfection, will be much itie most per let t which has appeared tie. fore the public. I bis Mnp will contain the latest and best in loiinaUnu I rom Uie discoveries and possessions of the American, Spanish, Russian, British aud r rtncii traveller and navigator and represen - Una the claims of Uieir reiiiective rovernments on 1 he Northwestern coast of America. The Map nill include that portion of North America, which lie between the Isllunus of l)a - rien, and the 4Mb degree of North Latitude, and from tbe Miisiisippt River westwardly to the l antic ucian. In size the Man will be about six hv five feeL a'ttl will lie projected on a scale of 40 mile to . . - - - - Uu inch, to be delivered to the subscribers at fif teen dollar each. N'atcbfs March 7, 1818. np7tAn1 fWAWA ANil - BlLlUUS PILLS. ' H1CH havetiecn attended with a degree V of success burhly grateful to the invent ot's feelin;, in several parti of the Wet Indies, and the boutlicrn nnd Middle States particular ly in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, At, The operation of these pills are perfectly mild sons to be used by person in eiery situation ann 01 every age. They are excellently adapted to carry of su perilous bile, and prevent Its morbid secretion to restore and amend the appetite; to produce 1 free perspiration, and thereby prevent cold which are often of fatal consccocnce. A dose never fails to remove a told, 11 taken on its first appearance. They ar aa infalhb'e preventive ol Bilious nnd Malignant Fever, and should Iw procured lor uie, by every teamsn and traveller, Prepared and sold at LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 48 Maiden Lane. Druggists and country store arepert supplied on iioerai terms. my so FRANCIS M'GOWAN. N. 126 Fly Mar - keL sensible of t! very Ii serai encourage ment he has received since hts ciramenceoK'nt in business, and feeling confident dint no exertion on his part shall be wanting 1n merit a contm uiaoe, informs hit friends and f public that no paint nrexpeuce has been avoided to obtain a stock of tbe best liquors of every description, hkb can be depended oa for liieir pcrity. Having inai.' arrangements, while nt ('hirlrs - too, for a cotitaut supply of G P.E EN TURTLE ia their season, he will be enabled to furnish soup of an excellent rpnlity. A book will be opeiied for subscribers to ho ORDINARY, to be oa the table every day at ,ed Room, fox private parlies, at a short notice. N. B. Soup, Beef - Steaks Oytlert. Mutton Chops and Reksbe at all tunirt. ap23 I a .TOTlCi:. - v ' tCT Bwom pvm i.ii V - ' - (&atH will sail very nd will pemni, to tl.e DOvK. ' 1 HIS tn.'uuiHI BAJI HIHUMIIIIUUIG to health aud ultiuurc. and 11 a tlicap a to creatioa a ciu be, found. Partie wlioineao to partake of thi aautemeut will, if convenient, giveinlhtir name the day preceding, at the oihce in MarVtUitl'l ttrcct, north tide of (be Battery.. , ' IJinntr and Tea on board, at Hie utu&l prici. Paaaage e childreo h. lf price. my llf ' SWIFT - 8URE MAIL COACH KS, vun. rniLADKLrniA. . - . - .'.. A ' D - 7 - Leave New - York p - ' vjfi'v' y momirijr (Sunday1 ex i?&53:"?teplt;d Bclc k, aud ar - fJUriL in PhiUlc - phia 1 - xl day to iiim.i - f - - The piihlirk bouw aro pood, unci rraronabk in itieir cliari - . 1 lie drive rs, i.ortct anu rone lift are not inferior to any other how running between Uicne tivocilii - t. The tx - autiiul country, nnd the exec Hence of the roarftonthU rout, ecu - nected wiin theruft - lv. comfort, and re&tonaliie expear.es, are hnlcircd to be tlrvn inducement to iravellMr 111 kimo; inn line a aectuea preitr rnce. . The itnoleit attention will be olMerred bv tliei)rooniturt in idvine eeneral aatitfaction. All bagae and package will go at the ritk of me owner unicu lotureu una receipieuinr oy we clerk of laid olTice. 8tage fare only 5, with a generoui allowance of baggage. Paitie within to travel at their leiiurc, may engage (lie Coach on reatcnable termtexcluuvely to the mtelvei, by apply 105 one day previous to ttartine. - For teat apjily at Northern Hotel, No.' 79 Cou. - tlaiidt - nreet, New - York. LYON, SONS, CO. ap 2 . Proprirtor. TO Th POBLIC. A 5 this i the reason of the year when the greater part of those wbo use boilers, kc. can better ditpense with their butinet for a "hort time than in cold weather, this it to inform thote who me boiler, or distills, or ttcam - engiuet, &c. that they can bare them re - set in brick work by person of experience and practice. II has received tbe approbation of thote who employed him in Boston, NcwYork, and at the southward, for b' great saving1 of fuel, neatnest of the work, and dispatch in business Satisfactory references can be given a to his ability, to those who will favor him with their commands, by ap plying at No. 136 Broadway, of Anthony W. Trappan k Co. fXT Any other business iu the line of his profession, will be gratefully received. my 19 .America n Amdtmu nt ilie line, stilt. nHE Board of director give notice, that the J. fourth Exhibition of this Academy, is this day opened, and will continue open every day (Sunday excepted) from 9 in the morning till dusk. Admittance 25 rents. Catalntrurs 12 1 - 21 By order, . ALEX. ROBERTSON, See'ry. Members and Exhibiting Artists ar inform ed, that their cards of admission are left with Uie noor - keeper. my 20 iw AN Ji DISTANT A VWH H AN'J&l), IN an academy near the city of New - York A single gentleman, of good morals, and ca pable to teach the rndimeut nf the Latin, with the higher English branches usually taught in academies. A graduate of a college in the United States will be preferred. Apply at the office of thi paper. my 15 DiCtf jft. The subscriber oilers for dale his ren - !jJI deuce in the town '4 Fa'rlield, state of Connecticut. It is plcasanlly situated, on the Boston road, about half a mile from Lorn; Island oound, 55 miles troin New York, and - JU from New Haven. Tbe house and out - house are in excellent repair. Tbe Iruit yard ii well stacked wiin a variety 01 peacms, npneott, tnerries, pears and strawberries. Tliere are in the viciui - academics lor the education ol youth 01 both sexes, r rom one to sis acre ol excellent laurl, at the option of the purchaser, can be had with the house, aiidtne pmcnane money, 11 desired, can remain on interest, for terms apply to ISAAC M. ELY. Eiq. 76 John street, N. York. or to the Hon. JONATHAN STURGES, Fair - field, Connecticut. my e natctt imvid ti.r. GENr.RAL SIGNALS, PRICE 1 DOLLAR. 'UR8AI.K. at the store of Messrs. J. UCKLK fl CARTER, No. 69 SouUi street, ecntral signals, whereby merchant vessels may communicate by day with the common colour of the ship, and at night witb four Innlliorns. 500 of the above ar uow abroad in different vessels, Mid the proprietor is induced to put them thus low, in order that they may get into general circulation, and tnat every ship master or oaner may avail himself of a method ol communication, which, if adopted, wuave all the uuie unavoidably lost in speaking at sea. Gentlemen are requested to call and examine tbe method tlitmselves, at the store as above slated. my 18 Iw 'la SPORTSMEN & MURClLtNTS. JOSEPH FINCH, gun - maker, respectfully informs his friends aud Uie public, that he has commenced buiiness in the store No. 3 Wall - street, near Broadway, where he has for sale a very hamLome assortment of single and double - barrelled guns, fine rifles, fumes, &c. also, shooting tackle generally. J.r. stdl retains his old stand, no. 26 1 Ureen - wich - street, for the working department and hipping business. Orders left at either place trill be attended to with all possible expedition. my 7 u&cim LANDS. ftV STEPHEN B. MUNN. No. KC Peart street. New - York, purchases Lands in the Illin ois Territory, which ha been set apart for the late Army, l - etterslrom tlie country giving a description of the patent and the price asked for Caen 101, will ne attended to, 11 1'osl paid. my 15 n&ctr Ra bl LNCr.R respectiuliy inlorrus her 1VJL I neon I, and the ladies in particular who recently called on ber, that her upartiucnts are now ready, for the reception of pupilt for the piano forte ; also, that she is dcsiorut or obtaining two or three more pupils, who she would have no objection to wait upon at their own hou ses, should it be preferred. Tbe most reiiiecta ble reference can be given. A gentleman uud bis wife may be accommodated with board. my I? Im white - street. No. 3, OCY'l'H ES. 33 doien, lorsaleby D J. D'WOLF, Jr.. my 14 64 South - street. NEW DltESSING ROOM: AFRUME.NTO, No. 1 Wall - street, Just re - . turned from Italy, has the honour to inform tlte gentlemen, Uiat be cut and dresses hair in tlie latest style, and in a tnacnerio as to adopt it to Uie phisioenomv. He bas for tale a naaiiti - ty of RAZORS of tt.e first quality, if they do not please on trial, the purchasers aie at liberty to return tbein. nnd reu - rve the money. He bat likewise procured a very fine hone, andenpges to icstore raiors toa very keeued - e and should thy not cut he will receive no recomponce. Tboe (renllcmen who may r leai to honor biin with their patronage, may depend oa tit moti particular and resoertful atteadance. Frum.nto has just receivrd a few tcttt ol the ccicorxled Manmm r alte Back Kaiors, war ranted of Pa lbhscus steel of a superior qaality Amatrnn may shave themselves luxuriously. N. K. Getitlcmea who subscribe l v tlie una r ter will bave their rat or, i.c. kept exclusively for the rute Kea, P - S. A food joarotyman wanted. Apply a aoore. ran b u t',VIO.N LI.YE. , r ai a, kti 1 L A D E L P II i A . Twcnly - fire mile land carriage, via New - Brunswick and Trenton. : . ' In new post coaches .'$ - : Do. good stages, ' 4 Efl .. Do. forerali or deck passcn'crs 3 50 - Connected by ;le stcam boatsOUVE BRANCH and PHILADELPHIA. Tim steain - lioivt Olive Branch will lesive - New - York every day, Sundays excepted, from tbe north tide of the Batte ry, at 1 1 o'clock A. ."I. Passcncrt will lode al TroDton, and take the steam - boat Philadelphia, so as to arrive m I'iiiladeliihia al 10 o'clock the next aioniut; - . in time tu take the Uuion Lin Battiuioia Ucsm - lioals. - 'li.U line hai acoiiiitrtion with tfio bout Loat) on the Delaware and Chcrapcake to Norfolk ; al alio thurc of the North River aud Uouod ; and their several ariiviiL arc calculated to causa little, if any delay. This Is a tittcdy and certainty tbe most con venient rout, as the parseagrrs will Ichv New. York niter the bank open, and arrive in Philadelphia before the hour of business, without fatigue in travelling or wnnt of deep, the land carriage being much test than by any other route between the two cilies. ; ' ' For teats in the above line apply to - - WILLIAM B. JAQUES, At the Union Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar . ketflelcl street, north side of the Battery, be tween Greeotvicb i; Washingtou - streeU, or to ' J he LAPi AIX on board. . All good and baggage at the risk of the owner. - - ap.4 . TUt. oUUN'JJ a'J KAM BOAT - LWK. r tVflg'i . 'i'lie proprietors, with a A U!I . view of accommodating the Fmusrs9 public, by extending the line 'rjiy'n Norwich, intend making the cxpeniuenl u nb the Fulton, Copt. Law, and this route (if found practicable) will oe continued during Uie teatcn. Ihebnc will in future be from New - York to Norwich, 01 follows : Tbe Connecticut, C'spt. Buiiker, v.itl leave New - Vork every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8 o'clock, in the morning, lor New - Haven. . The Fulton, C'apt. Law. will leave Norwich at 6 o'clock in the Oiornin of tl.e same days, touch at Nun - London and depart from thenc for New - Haven at 8 e'ciocu.. - j he boat will meet nr - Aew - Waren, and (leiri.rt from thence every Mondav. Wednes day and Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening the CounecUcut lor - V'no - For, and tbe Fulton for New - London and jVeitrirA. mhl7 NVKTH LIFER STEAM - HO.iTS. frt - Onthe 11th of .May, . 1 . , 1 l uie iiunii win lomroence vrVgyy runuing four times a week, f.y y n lolloivs : A boat will leave New - Yoik on Tuesday, at 9 A. M i Wednesday, at 5 P. M. ( Friday, at 9 A. M. and Saturday, at 5 P. M. of each week ; and a botit will leave Albany 00 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, anil Saturday, at 9 A. M. The above arrangement will commence by the Chancellor's leaving Albany on Monday, Uie 1 1th .May, at 9 A. M. and the Richmond leaving New York ou Tuesday, the 12th at 9 A.M. The Fire - Fly leaves New - York on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. for New - burgh, and n turns on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8 A.M. nly 2 Newkuhch and cakssdaiuiis mail - stauk' TnREK TIMK8 A VVSIFK. I EAVES Newburghevo Jt ry Sunday, Tuesday, and Thiirsduy mornini;', at Uiree o'clock, runs throufb .Monrgomtry, Bliwimirigburgh, Monticello,, by While Lake, Coshectou, Mount Pleasant, tirt - at Bend, CI.enar.iro Point. Owesa. Ithica. and Ge - ueva. toCauandaigua. Keiuming leaves t;ananuaigtia every Monday, Wednesday and Friday mormntrs at three o'clock, and arrive at Newburli, the third lay in time tn take the Steam - boats wlucJi arrive in New - York tlie following morning. (C miry be expected that at nil limit when the tteam - buutt alter their days of ruiaar.g, that tfiit fine u ut alter to at to meet them. The whole route will be perfumed in three days, from the first of May, until the first of aovember - - m! irom the tirst ot Rovemner until tbe fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until the first of May, in fotirduys aud from tlie 15th December, until the iirteefkli ofMardi the tame line will be continued totlie city of New - York and run from thence t$ Canandaigua in four days. rasaeneer .lravclling troni rsew - iorK to Canandaigua, Kugura or Ilutlitlo, can leave N. York it) the evening tteam - boats, and arrive 111 Canandaigu in three day a distance of three hundred miles. Tbe line is well furnuiied with good, new carriages 1 good horses, and careful'and experienced drivers Every atten tion will be paid to render Uie passage ot the traveller safe, easy and expeditious 1 and it is believed that tlie accommodation on this line are equal to anv line in the state. (TT r AUK trom isewburgli to Canandaicnia roUUTKKa UUI.I,AK3. N. B. A branch of the same line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. AUo. a line run from Owetro Tioea Point; thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to Hath, He. V BAGGAGE, as usual, at tlie rUk of tbe oa'fters. David Godfrpy. Bloomingburgh,' E. C. H. John, Mount Pleasant, L. & B . Manning, Chenango, Lutiier Gere, llhica, Samuel rirennliff, Geneva, , , ''' Oliver I'hclps, Laming, i mh 14 drin , . . . i. L'ronrie - lUltl TO SPORTSMEN. F'OJt SALE, an elegant Fowling Piece, stub and twisted barrel, together with a rille bar rel, also stub aad twisted, to tit In one stock ; gold tu'htd and gold and silver mounted. .The lock, roller, swivel and freed i the paouncd with gold, and finished in the best manner. The a - Lovu will hp - old low, if immediate, application ismade alio. Walker - street. myatl &r 123 BuoADwas: W DUBOIS, begt leave to inform the public . that he has just received, ner brii.Kar. chus, and ship George, from London, a eeneral assortment of article in Uie musicaMiue, anions! which are some very elegant small Piano - Fortes, and a particularly elegant rote - wood grand cabinet Piano - Forte. Also - the new invented Metronome or patent sell - tune beater, with a large assortment of new Music, which he ofivft for sale wholesale or retail, on the most reasonable terms. my 8 - LEE'S ITCII OINIMKM', WARRANTED an infallible rsmedy at on application, may be used with "perfect safety ou icfui.ts. a week clJ, net contain;u; a pirticie ol mncury ,rr any dsi;erons inscdient whatever, and Ret accorsipoied with III it ofu - siv jrue;i vhicb iUU uda U.e application of other remedies. " The n'nove medicinci arr prepared and scld at I.FE'S Medicine blire. .o. 43 Maiden - Jvae, and sold by S. CARLE, cornel of Fulton aud VValTr - itreets. Druguts au l country ttorc kc:jcr supplied on liberal tcrais. ' Jan 29 AST MA iAsliacEaui;pab ! pafc!ic know lorn U dutmt, twecn thirgsthat difli r. . r U of the city of Legion an inHiberofthe faonlt, of J,Vli. and sarjerv there. di C a tr to repeat some onn, ibe abut of MERCURY 1 raili, indiscriioinate, m,d uni, tied Lie Utereof. ha fcerr. uve 01 inunite nsm - hu - r tu. . njru annuaJIr mcrcorialixed out f JV euce. j he diavase we bave in view owes iu fl tal riisu!u clut dy to this source. What a n, t" U.at a y own; wan, the hope of hit coentry,1 tlie rfai ling of hi parent, should be .nataEtd , way irom all the pros,H.?U and enjoynieaUon l.i lliucouqueLee.ofono uagairid itmnLiL aud by a cbH.3 noti, iu own nature fatair l.i b only proves so r.nm ,t., . " Ujt I ijw pttfcctiy beany wel, undcr).h.iawioi Kent,J practice, .uTyef? it 'i'l'yvbd; wUn recomitJ Dr. 11. (!.y a gMitlemaa of thi city) hi. u... ... nj swiueaiao, ol Uu city) hi, ban - wtre canon,, hnj hi. flesh droppinfrcn . 4 uousaous txperimciitaii. 1 Cites the wv, n '.t rM ..,.1 . ... " r. e ; n :.r rm we c(uti. tution in i . ; . """jsis uie 1 The Doctor's nlr.o r.i.. - . - . - . cestary tnH1mrH ,. .l, rr."'",08 H. iLercury, and oUier fatal deluaiona, heldfoJJh 3 Peron., U,erefore, liavfcg contcd vale disorder, or suspecting Nti Prx' - . - , - "".. ufeuiwi ui al admonithednot to tamper with the , . rl' aumonisneunut 10 tamper k - k .1 . . '.. 1 1 "'i"'i,5 uie semaint of an old caw or other impunUei ofthe Lloo,!, MwdU.oUb! tr complainU of a de&at ndlure, inft sex. thoaid remember ferity an? ;fr to their conscience. by .i1 to Dr. H. at his old J ,f '"catiow ! hen L No, MWAS, of Old - tli n. to nhlnic, , 7. "uics west Inn, r.b - i UA rJ, Z J 'T OMltanci let ma claim vnne rJ... .'.7 - ' "na cr at J 1 a superficial cure i no cure at alt iirdesTths rbZI ' imessu radicaily done, yon will certamlyU.2 Ihe disorder break nut no - . in j . l ,7 ."' - . , .,ciieiun ne lisoity. at tome future period I ; perbau, thUiu be loo late for remedy. Dont you often meet tlie ttrects miserable, muUrated bcinesu ar;i'.n .i even a bit of note on their face ? Take wi I beseech you, . 'as Dr. II's. character for skill and stuhhom ini. grr.y being umverally known in this city. .i.e. IU04, guarantee to patients (hat delicacy and secrecy hitherto unknown, and having confined his piot.uc 11,1 r.ni pmi, cAeiusiveiy totnecareof disease of the blood tvitum. thev mnnif.i...i culate on the rccst decided advantages in cot - lulling vi..xi. ... Gleets eradicated in tw or three weeks. Stric tures removed without bougie or any other instrument ; and all debilities : ijJi HUIU .11 old ulcerations, fistula' tic. . . A plurality 01 oiSct are prorided, and to sita - sled that patients are not exposed to - h nii.i. olnervatwn. C'ihii till half past 9 ia Uie evening. Al! pctsons concerned are invited to be frte u calliup, and siieaking with Dr.H. which it ire 01 cost. Aiiu uert' me x'ocior cannot avoid Um expression of giatituihi lor inoamerahle rrrnm. meudations, and for the decided preference (it is presumed with just cause) loog given him by a judicious public. ' n. n. Ail letter matt bepott paid. v Dr. Buchuuau. Aug 27 lv . ; . " ' NUI'tlFR HUALKlLllX NVK IMpoiTl - JIUjY. LiR. EVANS' tuperUl method of curios act r - tain Disease, isoowuniver - : sally acknowledged in tl.it city ; his mode of treatiueal J it perfecUy mild, safe, ex - I peditious. and his charts 2reasocuiiie.. In every ic - i Jstance he warrant a care, laud will return Uie pay ifb , ?doe not perform asreeabla V I - i to contract . , There are many persons in this city and it vicinity, laboring under various chronic disease, . such a cancers, old inveterate ulcers, scrofula . or king evil, fistulas, disease of the urethra .' bladder and kidnies, old complicated complaints . of a certain nature, bilious and other olntrao lions, rheumatism, Ac. which they consider ucn rable. they cen certainly be cared (in general) by applyins at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Slorr3 No, 0. f'fick - siin. having practised ia exteatin hospital in Europe 12 years, urwkr some of tht first Surgeons and Physicians in tbe world, aa made those obstinate djseaiet hit constant ttidv forSOvears. . Oct 12 '1 TTp The subscriber havinr recently returned from England with an important improvement on the artificial spring LEG, be takes this method of informing bit friends and the public, that all those who are to unfortunate as to be In want of a lc, or arm, they can be accommodated by ajw plyui;; at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. Jau 22 WM. PURVIS. HYDE - PARK INSTITU TION. A SELECT and private Classical School at established at Ilvde Park. Dutchess coun ty, stale ol New - York, tinder the direction and t luttructioa 01 Be..j Amui AL.L - r.rv, l.. l.. u. 1 he institution is designed to unite with a clas sical and English Education, the modern lanua - S:.' . . ' . .. i ne classical course win conipnse in i.aim , and Greek Languages, Ancient History and Ge ography, mythology, Kpmau and Ureuon Ami - quities. ' i ne r.reiisn course v,iu comprise cngusn Crammer, Elocution, Elemenlt of History, Rhe - torick. Geography, Penmanship, elementary and , practical Mathematics, and the outlme of Nat - oral Philosophy. Modern Language will comprise! the French, - Spanish and Italian. Moral aud religious Instruction will be attended to, a youth i the most proper time to inculcate and fi x thote principles of virtu and pie - tr, which ought to duett and influence the con duct of future life. . - ' I he pupilt of ths Institution will be member 01 uie ft tim.ifjui louiiij, auu uuuai usi.uh.. - u. ate care and goverument. Particular attention will be paid to their moral end manner. The goverututnt will be strict, but mild and parental - it aim shall be to give habit of order and . induttry, and inspire a generoui emulation. ; ". The initiation will be furnislied witb a Libra ry, Maps, Globe, and select Pbirotopbicai Apparatus, the use of which the pupil will be taught, and made familiar with Uie most important and striking experiments in Natural Philosophy. These will b considered a rewards of good conduct and attention to study, and constitute one of Ibe most interesting source of a - , mutement and recreation. It is knowa from ex perience that much useful knowledge may b thus incidentally communicated. ibe terms are three hundred dollars pes num, payable quarterly washing included. Classical student who study tne mooein " - guages, will be charged 10 dollar per quartet etra for tbesame. i The students find their beds and bedding - ine number 01 students is nmiiea. 1 men thcrcfote who are deiroas of placing tbeir I sons in the institution, will please to make as , early aprihcalioti. All letters relative to the institution, address - f edto the subscriber. Ilvde Park Post Office, Dutchess County N. Y. Will be promptly atteaJ - The simmer term wiU commence on the 20th, ; , ol May. - my a aw - HORSE FOR SALE. A PLEASANT saddle Horse win I old; it. , - lK - ap by a gcnUcman about to leave towa. Apply at Uiis office. my 4 NEW - YORK: PRINTED AND PUBLISHED ; MICHAEL BlltNHAM CO. ' No. !9 iLMAM - TaKT orrosiT tek Ii Aa u. Corrr.k - IIot - SK. . ' sand

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