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N CHANCERY. To the bcoorable the fudges and as - ' sistant justice of the court of j " ' A i ! ft .1 . . . - . common pieas w sua lor use cvun . , . tyotOrsnje - . ' The petition of J oJm Duer, of the town of Go - ua,inthe county of Onuije rej - cu'ul! . ' bewetJi ' .. - . fpHAT your petitioner u tested in fee limple, JL u teaaot ia coiumoa, together with tbe ie - Tern! paxtie. herein - after named, of eight equal undivided forty eighth part, the whole into forty . eight equal ptut to be divided, of in and to all that certain lot, tract, riece or parcel of laud, situate. Ivins aud heinir in the village ol New - Lurxh. in Uie said county of Orange ; bounded . co lie aorth by tl street called the eight rod - itreel, on the east by the Hudson river, on tbe ' south, bv landi formerly belonginr to Hiram Weller and Gaorge Monell, and on tiwwertby land formerly, to Thomas Coldea ; cuniainiug, aait supjwcu, m .. Asd your peUticr further shewetn, UwtJoW) Rutbeilurd, of the state of Sew - Jrey, is also seized as aloreaid,oii04ir oiuerequw uuiuuuvu forty eirhth parti of the taoie. , - . That Susannah Robinsoo, at present, as your rsetitiooer i. informed and believes a resident in that part of tlie kingdom of Greut Britain called - EfctfUnd, ii alM - d as afortsaid, of four olber equal undivided forty eighth parU of the same. That John Stevens, W the stale of .ew - Jcriey, J alto seised a aforesaid, of (wo other equal uu - siivlded forty eighth parta of Ue same. , . . That Robert L. Livingston, ol the county of Columbia, in thi state, and Margaret, bit wne, in tbe right of the laid Margaret, aio alio mixed ' at aforesaid, ol one other equal undivided forty eighth purt thereof. ' p. X . ... i n r ftt. Ana mat Mnini r. iiviugMuu, m u Cooaty of Columbia, and Elizabeth, hi wife, in the rightof the said Elisabeth, are aUo scixed ai afore re id, of ooe oilier equal undivided forty rii?hlli Dart thereof. And that Cornell! Livingston, of the city of New - York, Peter Van Brugh Livingston, at pre - . tent, at vour Dtlitioneris informedand believes, a nssidiMit in some riart of tbe kingdom ofUrnt Ili(in. and Peter Kane, oftbettate of .New - J tr - iey, hy virtue ol an act ol the Irgiilature of tlie tate, vritlngin tiiem, ai truiteei, the eilate of Peter Van brugb Livingaton. deceaied. are alio leuefl ai aloreiaid, 01 lour omtr equal unaiviuea forty eighth parti thereof. ftnd (hat Aleiander Robertson, of (be city ol JVew - Yoik, and rancei, bit wire, in tne runt oi the laid francei, arealko aeiaed at aforotaid, ol the rewairunff twenty four equal unaiviuea loriy rkbtii parti thereof. 1 And your Petitioner further alieweth, that lie la Uesirous to nave Partition macie i an anu ainiruUr the said above described premises, among' the said several owner or proprietor of the same, accordinir to Uieir several aim raoective rirliU of. in and to the same. ifVheraibre vour rjclilioner Dravi that the laid Eteinisei may be divided among the laid several l owners or proprietors, according to their said . several and respective riirhli, by cormnigtiouert to be appointed bv tbii honorable court, in pur suanceofUiedirectioaiof Uie act, entitled " An act for the partition of lands." And your petitioner, as in duty bound, shall ever pray, tic. JOHN DULR. ToJohn Kutherford, Busnnnah Robinson, John Stevens, Robert L. Livingston aand Margaret , bit wife, JMivard P. Livingston and Fliiabetii hit wife, Cornelia Livingston, Peter Van Uurgh Livingiton, Peter Kane, Alexander Robertson and Frances his wife. - You will be pleased to take notice thnt a Petition nl which tlie nrenedini; it a ennv. will benre i sented to the honorable the Judges and Aatittant Jnttiovs of the Court of Common plen, in and for the county of Orange, on the lu"t Monday ol May next, to be held at tlie court h ime in tio - sben, in and for the laid county of Orange, tit ten o'clock m the forenoon of that day, or ui ioon thereafter as counsel can be heard, and an application will thereupon bo made for the appoint - rueut of cnmmiiiioners to make fnrtiti.m nftlie Pretuisei with the appurtenances in the tnid Peti tion menlioned and deicri bed, according to the prayer of the said Petition, aud the diiertiont ol an actoftheLceislature of the State of New - York, entitled " an act lor (lie piruunn oi lands." Dated Januarv 10. 1318. JOHN DUER. Alexander Duer, attorney for petitioner. Feb 19 lawtlmMay IN CHANCERY ' " To the honorable tlie judires and auiitant . ... juiticel of the court ol common pleas in and lor tne county or urangc THE petition of George D. of tlie towa of i osben, in die county of Orange, reipectfully sheweth That your petitioner is seised in lee simple as tenant in common of one equal undivided moiety or hulf pait oh all thut certain tract, puce or parcel of Ian I, situate, ly - ingand being in the town of Warwick, in the county of Orange, known and diitiuguished as lot number two, in the subdivision of great mountain lot number lourteen, in Uie patent of Cheese - cocks, containing two hundred and sixteen acres . of land, or thereabouts. And vour petitioner fur ther shewAh, that he is seized as aforesaid ol'one f nu - l undivided moiety r half part of all that certain other lot, tract, piece or pure el of land, situate, lying and being in tlie said town of Warwick, and known and distinguished ns lot numliei three, in the said subdivision of great mnuntein lot number fourteen. In the said p.itcnt ol Cheese - corks, containing two hundred and thirty ucrt.i of land or thereabouts. And your petitioner fur ther s.'iewetk. that lonib person or persons, tu your petitioner unknown, is Or are eeuvd aforesaid, of the remaining equal umliiiditl moiety or half part of each of the above - mentioned aud described lots pieces or parcels ot land. And your petitioner further sheweth, that he is deiiroui to have partition mane ot tne atoreiaia lanus tene merits and hereditaments, between your petition er and the said person or persom ui. known as a - foresaid, according to the several and respective right of the several parties aforesaid, of, in, and 40 the same. Wherelnre your petitioner prays, that all and singular, the said lands, tenements and hereditaments, together with the rkhts members, privileges and appurtenances thuetn toihelonelne or in any wie apiK - rtuiniaL', may be divided by coinmisionert, to be appointed by this honorable court, in pursuance ol Uie pro yisinnsof the act entitled an act for the partition of lands. And your petitioner shall evrr pr.iy, Sic. . Dated this sixth day of February, cat tliou - sand eLrlit hundred and eighteen GEORGE I). WICKI1AM. John and A!ex'r Duer. Att'iei. .' Be pleased to tuke notice that a petition, of WlilCn toe aoove is a copy, win us pietem - td to the judge and assistant justices of tlie court of common pleat in and for the county of Orange, at the court house in Goshen, on the last Monday of May next, at ten o'clock, in Uie lorenooo or mat day, or as soon mere. after as counsel can be heard. - And an ap plication will thereupon be made to tbe laid court tor the appointment of commissioners, to make partition of the lands, tenements and hereditaments above described, with the appurtenances, accordiog to the prayer of the said petition, and ia pursuance of the at entitled ao act for the partition of lands. Dated 6th February, 1811!. We are, Uc. J NO. Si ALEX. DUER, Att'ies for the above named petitioner. ,! lrson oi persons unknown, interested tne above described lands, or whomsoever else it may concern. teb 14lav tl.M in My fTL FOR S.HLE, a i H"0 fouT nd u hundred arret rruid, together with two dwelling house,, ad sundry out bouses, a ..7i . 1 three fine mill - seats, suitable lor any desctio - twaof factories; all compactly situated, in the this state, and about milet distant, irom bollil 7 l - u;,lJ V' v - uiuniina, in Aioanyana nuusoo. sue Isiul, for the most Dart, is of prime quality, and in trood ruliivtt,.,,, and will be told ia divisions to suit The water - privilege are such a cannot often be tsset witb, and worth tlie attention of manufac turers. - Tbe greater pait ol the purchase raoni - y Bay remain oa mortgage several years, if desi red, or property in tlie city of New - York would be accepted in eschantie. A the uremites. in p.rt at least, are to be disposed of at all avert, inry win oe sold oa vxjtx bcasosa lxs TEUMt. Eeqnire of ' . H. W. WARNl'R, New York, or wjARAttt, ca liepreause. I I of uikJ u 40 or a nt at ix Gil 6 '.. '.4 - .., f r V: OT n draetuei ineideat to tsaakind, thoM 61 (lie aervoui kind are tlie ruott complicated and didkult to cure. ' A volume would eol be mflkient to point out their variooi apptarancej rv 1mtln ilmml ever diaeate I and are eel - deri alike in two diAereot pertooi, or evee ia tbe lame person at ditferenttiBei. Proteuibae, they are tootiBMlly changina; shape, and upon every freth attack, the patieat thinks he IteU yuiptoms wmcn ne never cipeneotxu ucmjib. Xor d they only affcet the body $ the mind lilte - i.ft. iuir..r. nd ia often thereby rendered ei - tremely weak, and peeviih. The low spirits timorousnrsf, rnclaacboly and sickliness 01 temper, which generally attend nervous disorders, induce many to oeiiere tlmt they are entirely dtieaiai of ib mind : but this chaofe of temper it rather a consequence than uecauseoi rurvous Uiteates. TIIK CORDIAL BALM OF GILF.AD. ' Is decidedly tbe moit elegant and efficociout atrfiiciue ever yet eweovereu lor nervous aiseas - es and shattered constitution!, coniumptioris. weaknest of sieht or nu mory. bonochoadria. tremblings of the mind, sexual debility, stomach and bowel complaints, and all other diseases a - ritms from a relaxed state of the nervous sy item, which are too often brought on by dissipation ia yoeth, aud tbe gross violation of those rules which prudence dictates for the preservation of Dealt o auu nv layiog tne louodation or a long aud happy life, with a firm and strong constitution. Sold bv HULL Vc 1J0W.NK, 146 l earl - itrect, Kew - York, and by one vender in every town in the Union. may 4 MlawlwCi't 1(1 AKMt - KS and (JARUtlM - .Ks. J HAVE received from my own farm in Hampshire, a Quantity of the seed of Ruta Data, or Huuia Turnip, ol which I shall tell all thul I do not want, at the price of a dollar Jot a pound toettht. II will on put up in ;ound parrels, and sold by my roan from his wngtlon in the Fit Mar - kel, A' no lerk, every Saturday, between an early hour in tlie morning and two o'clock in the ufternoon. I shall put my name on the parcels. A store - keeper, who has been wiling Russia Turnip seed in New York, hatim; ajine large Itirnijt as a specimen. BOUGHT, I nm uifonued, THIS KINL LARGE TURMP OK MY MAN. This may. probably, not lie rctrnizalile in a court of fiiw, bnt,it may be worth the couiidcration of uiis store - Keeper, wneiner ii nui tifiuin'ic in u court of conscience. Mr. 'J'HOHEUKN Imi advertiti'd . that hit Rutlia I'urnip teed at pood tu mint, I am very glad of it ; for, In that Cine, it is a great deal better limn 'teas - men in Kniffand sell, except hy mere accident. I am exceedingly glad, tlmt America contains a treffjman v, no it icrupuwvw uvuui wyiui e cn, IhouL'h. in that reicct. she iioisenet what, I be lieve, my native country, dear Old England, never Doneiied. Tim time of sowing the Ruatia I umm is from Uie xbth of June to the Uln olJu - ly. I S'twcd it, laity far, trery week from June to ine time in Ausuat. Aly oiuin crop was sown on the X6th of June. As to my mode of sowing and of culture, tbey are fully stated in a little volume, which I now hove in the press, and vrhico will be published mahout ten tlnv'itiine AJ VT 'ID If t"l"l f?l,. V V I, I J T. I, rivde Park, (L. I ) 16th Mij, 1818. my !3e4dJt TO l .t. T. A dry Cellar, under the houf No. 29 Pine - street. Enquire of MR. SYlEDEi5, mylltf 134 Pearl - street. REAL ESTATE. N pursuance of an order of the honorable tlie court of chancery, dated the U - Uh day oi" April, 1318, we, the uudrniiriied, trustees of the estate Henry Do)er, deceased, will sell at puMic auctlon, on Thursday, the UHtliday of May in - lant, the loimwing real estate : Lot No. 7 Dover street, nineteen feet front and eighteen fiet rear, 66 feet deep on loullieasterly 4i leet on northwesterly sides, tie tlie same more or lets ; and ai now in oteiiion of Mr. illiam Armstrong ; subject to a lease whu ii will expire on the 1st May, IUJG, at a ground rent ol 51) dollars per annum. Lot No. 12 I lover street, feet front, 22 rear, feel 4 Inches depon southerly und 51 feet on northerly tide, be the same more or lei, as now late in potsusrionotCol. Win. Few, tulijeet to lease, w' - .ich wilt expirt on the 1st May, 1 U - - 1, a graiinl rent oi 4U dollars per annum. Le t No. 13 Doyer street, 20 Iret front and it rear, 61 feet diepon southerly and 54 feet 6 inches on the northerly side, be the same more or less, now in If ie possession of .Mr. David Munson; luhiect to a lease which will expiie on the 1st May, IC' - 'l, nt a ground rent ol thirty six dollars - r annum. Lot No. 15 Doyer street, 25 feet front and 31 feet rear, 54 fett o inches deep on Southerly and feet 3 inches on Northerly side, he the same moie or Iks, as now inposession of Mr. William ritmtzrl ; subject lo a lease which will expire on the lJllviav, at aground rent oi loriy uoi - Ian per annum. Lot o. lb Doyer street, iio leet iront nnu zv feet C inchci rear, 21 fret depp'on toutherly and il leet on nortlierly sulci, be ti e lame more or leu, and u now or lute in poittssion of Col. Win Few ; tulijeet toaleate which will expire on tlie 1st of May, 1U2 - 1, at aground lent of 1G dollars per annum. Lot No. 13 Pell street. 29 fect front aud 9 feet ini ties rear, 5U feet deep, be the luiue more or less, as now inlpotsestion ol the cttute of Wm. Gray, deceaied ; luhject to a leate which will expire on the lit Muy, l!21, at a gruund rent of thirty dollars per annun. Lot No. 21 l'cll street, ?1 fed front and rear, .16 feet (1 inches deep on eanti rly, and LH feel 4 incliei on westerly tides, be the :nnu mere or less, ai now in poitcnion of Mr. Wm. I. Wul - drnn ; luniect lo a leave, will expire on tne 1st liny of May, lUZi, at a ground tent ol 40 dol lars per annum. Lot o. I'ell street, I, el iront, r, 3 inchei rear. CO feet deep on eatterly, and CO' feet 5 iiithci on witerly sides, ( ethe fame more or lets, ai noiv iu poiersion oi'Jolm IU yer ; subject to a lease which will expire on the 1st May, 1U2I, at a ground rent of 30 dollars. House und lot No. 83 I'ell street, SI ft ct front at:d rear, and 511 feet 4 inches deep on easterly, and 60 feel on westerly sides. I e the same more or leu, as now in possesion of Mr. Joseph But ler. The improvement on the Icaffd lots to be va lued and paid for by the purchaser, nt the expi ration oi me lease. Terms f sale, cash, on the delivery of the deeds. Any further information whii h may be required wilt lie given by either of Uie subscribers. ISAAC 8. DOUGLASS, ADRIAN II. V AN BOKKFLF.N. The above property wi'l be sold ntthe Tontine l olFee House, on tli above nientiwd day, by Metsrs. FRANKLIN bi MIN IT UN, Auction - eor. . my 7 Ids JrA.ltATTA.Y SCHOOL. TlT ANHATTWN Female hchool is at 194 lv.l. Greenwich - street : Male Charobor - street. rthcol, li!i Iu these schools are taught all the hranrhrs which constitute a useful and finished e.lucaU.i. We forbear to descend to ; - lo nlUr recommendations, or to mike great prountet. Our patrons are left to iudgo of the modes of intlrucuon Imth mural and M - irru'.u', by tho im pvovement of tlie scholars. .if.or.ff it Ar.i , p29 "JOH.' IV. PIVKKT. CL'ULED HAIR MAMJFACTORY, 76 Chatham - street. HE euhtrriber returns bis tbanks to the public for their former patronage in the line of hit profession, and hopes tor their future iiippsrl. lie likewise informs tliera that he hat ou tunda constant supply of curled hair, maau - ,anreJ expressly for matraues, on an improved prionpie ; and l.kewi?e cuanmtets the hlir told by bim to be free from anr irrnnr tmll. Iv - in .n . ... . ... - . . . - ' - uurvii, oomi mil DJinL mid tnn ma. M I !. I .. . ......i..iea ny machinery, has an advantage over any olhor Lair manufactured in Axnfrira if very texture and elaitici'.y makin; it a savin of """'"', P cent to th purchaser. n . WILLIAM JACKSON j,. u. iiirrcnams umI th. ii.i. will find it lo their adrantan t n .it..,. 30 bales of hair in iu rough stale t 6 bales of .w. num - iaui ; iuiiu ids ot Ion; htir drawn 30 mcbes, clubbed ; 600 dosea bair tier bottoms. i srrueu aoove, mys INDIGESTION, oai fOUR STOMACH, IS acknowledged by medical writers to bee complaint ol stubborn kind, and at all times very difficult of cure. This is sufficiently illustrated in the disapfioietaieut of those who unfortunately taller under it, as tbey, for tbe most part, find that after bavins tried maov things to litUe rx no purpose, they are at last obliged to use (lor pemaps uie remauioer me; sucn anicies m can at best but palliate tbe dueuu. Under such circumstances, any medicine capable of removing the complaint, mutt surely be an article highly deserving the attention ol all those who are atSicted with it ; such a combination istn lie met with in DR. MEAD'S A NTl - DY SEP TIC or STOMACH PILLS the tucceis of which has never vet bceu eaoaltcd. for tlie cure of dyspcxia in its moit complicated form, such as loss of appetite, uauita, heart burn, flatulency', knawing pain in the ttomacb, puin in tbe side, great coitiveuess, puleners in the coucte - nance, laneuor. lowness of spirits, pain in the head, viriigo or giddines. and disturbed sleep. Whoever applies these pilll in tlie above disease, according to tbe directions, will never be disap pointed, ai they have never been once known to mil iu producing a radical nnu permanent cnie. The use of a single box will convince the most unbelievins of their efficucy. They will most effectually remove all louroets of the stomach, not merely by neutralising the acid, but by correcting Ui at morbid stale ol theiecrutioni whicb gi vei riie to it, and at tbe same time will restore to tlie debilitated organs ofdigeition, that tone and vigour which is absolutely necessary to tlie well being of the animal economy. Price one dollar per box. Forinle hy aia. skn nliAtt . ' A JUUiX s. munRi3u.i, jruggui, No. llib Greenwich - street, Where may be bad. wholesale and retail, large and gentral assortment of genuine Drugs aau Medicines : Surgeons lottrumenla ; Apothecary's Glass - Ware ; English and American Patent Medicine. Alto, Oyer's and Fuller's aiti - cles, medicine chests, lit. va uucrsi terms mh Si 2in VALUABLE REHL ESTATE FOR SALE, 1 THK CITT or BKIV - YORK. 1 71 VE lots ol zround en the wtl side ofGreeB' L wicb - ttreel, between Vectry untt, Desbros - lei - itreets, to by bll. i our do iu the rear of the above, fronting on side of Washinzton - ttriet. 25 bv liO. Eight do in the block below, helweeu Wath - ingtou and Vrst - streets. In Montgomery County. 6000 acres of Land in Lawrence's purchase, near hast Canada Creek, on tlie north side ol the Mohau k. In Franklin County. 15,162 acres of Laud, in the towns of Mount Morris aud Dayton. In Essex County. Vujl acres of Land in the town of Darrymore. In the County of Lewis. 125U acres of laud iu Casterland. Chassanis Purchase. In Saratoga County. 2600 acres in Pulmei's purchase. Enquire at the office of the subscriber. 34 Ce dar - street. DEV. ROBINSON. mh 17 tf CHEAP CASH GROCERY S I ORE. Corner of Grand and Ryndentreeti, directly otipotite Centre Market. JAMES P. ANIJOE respectfully informs his friends and the public in general he has re moved from corner ol Broadway and lleed - st. to his present stand, where he solicits n continuance of public patronage, and hopes by his unremitted exertions to obtain the belt of Liuuors and other articles in his line ol business, thereby to rentier tne luoti iicriect, satiiiaciion. N. It. J. P. A. keeps cou'tunlly for sale a (rencral assortment of fj - t rate Teas, Sugar, Cof - lee, r - ic.e, Liquors ol all Hindi, lie fee. wluch win do nil tiispused ol at a moderate advance. my i i in JUST publblicd, a Discourte delivered at tne consecration of the Synagogue of the Children of Lrarl, iu the city of N iw - York, on Friday, the lUtli of M an, 557(1, eorrespondiug with the I71U ol Apnl. IlilU, by ,Voilicai M. Noah, Just received aud lor sale ty K1.IAS VALENTINE, 04 Broadway, opposite Trinity Church ynrj, where alto may be had all the new publications. my 12 Sliiltttf Atto - iorir C,oir.iilraller,l Vthct. riUBLIC AO'J ICE is hereby L'ivtn. that seal X cd proposals will be received at this office until Monday the 2jth of Mmv next, for (be pur chase of the ivhole or of any partol 840, 4711 17 - iuu dollars oi tne inrce per cent. mock,oi ti.e lunded debt of Ihe United States, owned by this slate, The Stock, if sold, will he transferred on tlie Grst day of July next, at which time, payment rauit lie made by the purchaier or purtli:ircr nt tlie nankol JNew - york in the city ol new - torn The proposuls will be opened ou the said 25' h day of May next and the neat offer or nflers will be accepted ; provided the oners be such as snail, consistent with the interests of tlie statu, warrant the acceptance ol any of b em. 11 nnv orjcr or oilers shall do accepted, inior - nation thereof shall be immediately communi - cuteil to th' person or x;rsom i o otTering ; and it it rspecieo una required mat men person or persom shall then give satisfactory security for the payment at tne lime stipulated. ARCIl'D M'INTYRE, fomptrolhr Albany, April 27, 1 Bin. ap30 t,M25 PROSPECTUS vor rum.ignian ay seBSCRirTiosr A MAP OF MEXICO AND LOUISIANA. ' I HK publication of Uiis.Map hat been under - X taken with the impression, that it will ex hibit iniuraiati'in, highly interesting at this eventful crisis, and the valuable Mapi which the author Im procured, dunpe I. is several touri Uirouh yicTico, in the venrs UM'b, 1!)7, 181X, 1HIJ, 11115, 1816, and 1!!I7. iiuliue him to beleive thul the Map, with even til its impel fee lions, will be much the most perlect which hut appeared before tin public. 1 l.n Map will contain the latest and best in - f'.rtimtini! Irom Uie discoveries and possessions of Uk Aim rican, Spanish, Kussian, British nnd Fieni h truvi.llt rt and navigators and represen ting the claims of their respective governments ou ine .crii.wt iit ru coasi ol Aiiieiicu. i he Mop still inidude that Kirlion of Nortl America, thirh lies between the Lthmus of Da rien, and llie4K!h dero ol North Latitude, and uoui inu jiikiippi iviver v.csi nancy to me Pacific Oc an. In tin the iVlnp will he about six r. far fi i t. ami iviii ue ptoiM - tcii on a icale ot 'in mil t tho i h, to be ilcliveicd lo the lubscrilien ul fi' leen di'llnrsi nch. Nt. h, Mari h7, l"l!l. np7 tAul jiVLVA'A AXll - RlLlOL'S JrlLLS. w 1UC1I have been atlended with adtrret itl succ si highly grateful to the invent - oft :ct,lrii;, iu st veral p.irts ol tan West Indict, ami the t - ontht rn mid Mulille Mates, particular ly in New York. I'liihvlelpl.ia, lialtiniore, Kt Theoicration of these pills nre. perledlv mild lo as to oe used by (xriolii iu every iiluuti'Hi and of ciery age They are excellently adapted to carry of u - peill ui! bile, and prevent its moibid secretions ; to restore uudniiund theapp tjte ; to produce a free pi rrpiration, and tlyreby prevent colds which are oiten of fatal consequence. A dote never foils to remove a cold, il'tnkenon its Erst ap; arani e. They are an infallible prcventm oi Dilious and Malignant Fever, and should l;e nrocuri'd for u - e, by cwry senman and truveller. Vr. prcd and sold at LEE'S Medicine rtore. No. 40 Maiden Lane. Druggists and country store keepers supplied on liberal leirus. my 16 rRANCIS M'GOWAN. No. Ii6 Fly Mar - X krt, sensible r.f the vi ry liberal enrourage - nicnt he bus received s ure ins ( o. - nmenccment in businrss, nnd It - cling coi b.lrr.t that re excrtiins on hi part shall be wantiij to merit acontin uancr, informs his friend, and the puhtic that no pius or elx nee lias lcu avoided to obtain a stock of tlie best liquors ofcvery descripiioii. which ran bedcier.ded on for tlieir puTity. Haing niai arr.uigenients, while at Charleston, lor a constant supply ol GREEN TURTLE in their season, he will be enabled to furnish soup of an excellent qnlitr. A liook will be ope. - for subscribers to an ORDINARY, to be on Uie table every day al a stated hour. Kfiotiis, for private partir - s, at a short notice . B. sonp, Beef - Steahs, Oysters, Mutton Chops and Reluhet at ail time. apC3 WTICE. - i (KT Steam Boat Out Ciaxch will tail every Sunday, at 11 o'clock round . r.s, mtttxn Il.,iu4. anH n rfttion - 1 ally, u Ute wind and tide will permit, to tlie hook. This beautiful tail will contribute both to beattb and pleasure, and is as cheap a recreation as can be found. Parties who mean to narfake afthit amusement wilt, jf convenient, cive iu their names tlie day preceding, at the office in MarketCeld street, north tide cf the Battery. ' Dinner and Tea on board, at the usual pricet. Passage Bt children half price. my Utt SWIFT - SURE MAIL COACHES, von pniLAiiELpniA. vrrj - (C7 - Leave Wew - ioru ftver v in or ui as (SundaT'iex trive in Philadelphia next day to dinner. The puhlick houses are good, raid reasonable ia Uieir rnarcet. i na drivers, noi sci ana com u - ei are not inferior to any others now runuing be tween these two cities. Tbe beautiful country. nod the excellence of the read on this rout, connected with thesnftty, comfort, and reasonable expences, are beleived to be strong inducements to travellers in giving this line a decided prelcr ence. The strictest attention will be observed by the proprietor! in giving general satisfaction. All baggage and packages will go at the risk of the owner unlets insured and receipted for by the clerk of said office. . Stage fare only $5, with a generous allowance of baggage. Parties wishing to travel at Uieir Itirure, may engage the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively lo themselves, by applying ope day previous to starting. For seat apply at Northern Hotel, Ho. 79 Courtlandt - ttrett, New - York. LYON, SONS, k CO. ap 2 Proprietor. TUllSfi PUBLIC. Ai' this is the season of tlie year when the greater part of thote who use boilers, &c. can better dispense with their business for a short time than in cold weather, this is to inform those who use boilers, or diitills, or iteam - engiuef, tic. that they can have them re - set in brick work by a person of experience and practice. He has received the approbation of those who employed him in Boston, New - York, and at the southward, for Ii i great saving of fuel, neatness of the work, and dispatch iu busineau. Satisfactory references can be given as to bis ability, to those who will favor him with their commands, by ap plying at No. 136 Bn adwuy, of Anthony W. I rappan Si Co. ft Any other business in the line of his profession, will be gratefully received. my 1 iw .1 mertran rfcadetnu of tlie fine, jirlt. '"I'M IE Board of Directors give notice, that the J. fourth Exhibition of this Academy, is this day oened. and will continue open every day fSundayt excepted) from 9 in tlie morning till duik. Admittance 25rents. Catalogues 12 1 - 2. By order, ALEX. ROBERTSON, Scc'ry. lYlenibert and txhihitinii Artiitt are lnlorm - ed, that their cardi of admisiion are left with tbe door - keeper. my20 2w jUJV AMUaTAtiT TL'IVU WASTED, IN an academy near the city of New - York A tingle gentleman, of good morals, aud ca pable lo teach the rudiments of the Latin, with the higher English branches usually taught in academies. A graduate of a college Iu the United Slates will be preferred. Apply at the office of this paper. my 15 D&Ctf f!. The subscriber oilers for sale his rcsi - u!,dence in the town ol Faiifield, state of Connecticut. It is pleasantly situated, on the Boiton road, about ball a utile from Long Llnnd Sound, 55 miles trom New York, and 20 from New Haven. 1 lie house and out - houses are in excellent repair, Tbe iruit yard is well stocked witb a variety ol H - acties, apricots, therms, pcari and strawberi let. There are in tho vicinity academies for the education ol youth of both exes, from one toiix acret of excellent land, at the option of Uie pun baser, can be had with the houfe, and the purchase money, if desired, ran remain on interest. For terms apply to ISAAC M. ELY, Esq. 76 John street, N. York, or to the Hon. JONATHAN SPURGES, Fair - , field, Connecticut, my 6 dfccti DAVID ELY. GENERAL SIGNALS, PRICE 1 DOLLAR. ,'ORSALE, at the store of Messrs. TUCKER I? & CARTER, No. f9 South street, general signals, w hereby merchant vessels limy communicate by day with tbe common colours ot the hip, and at night with four lanthoios. 500 of tlie aliuve are now ol, road in diuerent vessels, aud the proprietor i, induced to put tlirra thuilow, in order thul they may get into general circulation, and thai every ship mailer or owner may avail himself ol a method ol communication, wnicn, ii adopted, will save all the time unavoidably lost in tptukint: nt sea. Gentlemen are requested to call and examine the method thtuisi lvti, at Uie store as above stated. my II) liv Jo SF UHTSME.' ii MERCU.1JSTS. J OfEPH FINCH, gun - maker, resperifully mforms his friends aud the public, that lie h i - commenced business in Uie store No. 3 Wall - street, near II road way, where he has for tale a very liand - onic assortment of single and double - barrelled guus, hue rilles, fusees, kc. ; also, . - hooting tackle generally. J. F. still retains his old stand, No. 261 Greenwich - street, fur the working department and shipping business. Order left at either place will be attended to with all possible expedition. my 7 invcim LANDS. r ST1THEN 13. MUNN, No. 228Pcarl - itreet, New - York, purchases Land in the Illinois Territory, which has been set apart for the late Army. Letters from the country giving a description of the patent and the price asked for each M, will he attended to, if Post paid. mv I . DACtf Xil Kf bPENCKR respectlully inlorms her iv J. friends, and the ladies in particular who recently callidonher, that her apartments are now ready for the ncepUon of pupils for the piano forte ; also, that she is desiorus of obtain - nig two or three more pupils, who she would have no otiicctioo lo wait upon at their own houses, should" it lie preferred. The most resiect.i - ble refereuet s can he given. A gentleman und his wifr may be accommodated with board, my 12 lm White - street. No. 3. OCYTHES. Jddoxen, lorsaleby O J. D'WOl WOLF. Jr. my 14 54 Snutb - s'reet. XEW DnESSI.YG ROOM. FRUAIENTO, No. I Wall - street, lust re A turred from Italy, has the honour to inform the gent lernr - n, that be cuts and drtsjei hair in the htet style, and in a mar ner o as to ndopt ii io tne piiMojnomy. lie has for sale aqr.anti tynf RAZOIls of the first quality, if tny d., not please, on trial, tlie purchasers aic at litx - rtv to return them, nnd receive the monev. He has likeni'e procured avery fine hone, and engages to icstore raisri to a vxry keen cde and should thty not cut he will receive no recompence. Those gentlemen who may please to honor him with their patronage, may depend on the most particular and respectful attendance. Finn., has just received a few setts of the celebrated Jlanguim i al - e Back Raxors, warranted of Dnnnscu tiet 1 of a superior quality, Amateurs may shave lieinselves luxuriously. N. B. Gentlemen who subscribe bvtlieiiunr ter w ill have Uieir raaori, tc. kept exclusively for lliemsclvct. P. S. A good journeyman wanted. Apply as ayuve. - m b U ... VA'lOJf IJ.'E. , r O u i' . . I L A D V, h t. il I A . Twenty - five miles land carriage, via New - Enmswick and Trenton. - - In new pott coaches ' $5 Do. good stages, ' 4 50 Do. forecastle or deck paisenger 3 0 Counseled by the steam boats OLI VE BRANCH aud PHILADELPHIA. The steam - boat Olive Branch will leave New - York every day, Sundays excepted, from the north tide of Uie Bntlc - ry', at il o'clock A. SI. Passengers will lodge at Trenton, and take the steam - boat Philadelphia, so as to arrive m riiiladelpliia at 10 o'c lock the next morning, iu timo to tuke tlie Union Line Baltimore steani - boati.. . . This line hat a connection with th best bonis on the Delaware and Cherapeake to Norfolk ; : s alto those of tbe North River and Sound ; and their several arrival! are calculated to cau. - e little, if any delay. 1'bis is a speedy and certainly the most convenient rout, as the passengers will leave New. York after tbe banks open, and arrive ia Philadelphia before the hours of burincis, without fatigue in travelling or want of sleep, the laud carriare beiug much lest than by any other route between the two cities. For teati in tbe above line apply to WILLIAM Ii. JAQUES. At the Union Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar - ketfleld - strect, north side of the Battery, between Greenwich tl Washington - streets, or to The CAPTAIN on board. fj All goods and baggage at the risk.of tbe owner. ap 4 THE tUUJVD STEAM HOAT - UAE. Ihe proprietors, with a view of accommodating tlie nulilic. bv exteudins the line aio Norwich, intend making the experiment with the Fulton, Capt. Law, and tbii rotde (if found practicable) will oe continued during the teaion. The line will in future be from New - York to Norwich, a follows: The Connecticut, Capt. Bunker, will leave New - York every .Vottdci, H'tdnttdy and Friday, at 0 o' lock, in the morning, lor New - Haveu. The Fulton, Capt. Lav, will leuve J'onoich at 6 o'clock in the morning of the same days, touch vAtftw - London and depart from thence for Sew - Harm at B o'clock. The boat will meet at Ji'tw Harcn, and depart from thence every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening the Connecticut lor Sew - l'ork, and the Fulton for New - London and JYoiuich. mh 17 M)KTll lUVER STEAM - liOA TS. un uie i nil oi way, tlie Boat will commence running four times a week, ... ft - !l...... . HMMHMMIftllWUl(llu'lu,'a A Boat will leave New - York on Tuesdar. at 9 A. M ; Wednesday, at 5 P. M. ; Friday, at 9 A. M. and Saturday, at 5 P. M. of each week ; and a boat will leve Albany on Monday, Wtd - C1....I D I1! - .. .a,l ...I ttn I. .1 (I 1 ItT The above arrangement will commence by the Chancellor's leaving Albany on Monday, tbe Uth May, at 9 A. M. aud tlie Richmond leaving New York no Tuesday, the 12th at 9 A.M. The Fire - Fly lenses New - York on Tuesdny, Thursday aud Sutuulay, at 9 A. M. for New - burgh, and returns on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 1) A. M. " my 3 Nkudriji7 and c as anpaigc a MaiL - gTAU - THRER TIM Ft A WF.KK. LEAVES Newburgh every Sunday, Tuesday, tlKuud i nursuay mornings, ui Uiree o'clock, runs through Montgomery, Bloomingburgh, Monticello, by White Lake, Coshecton, Mount t'leaiant, Great Bend, Chenango Point, Owega, Itbica, and Genes a, toCunanduigua. UctuiniiiL - leaves Canamlaiirua every Mon. day, Wednesday and Friday mornings at three o'clock, and arrive at Newburph, the third day in lime to take the Sleam - boats which arrive in New - Yok the following morning. CO" ll may be expetted that at all timet when Ou itcam - boati alter their day of running, that thit line will alter to at to meet litem. t . The whole route will be perfumed in three day, from the first of May, until the firat of November and trom the hrst ot November until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until the first of May, in four days and iVom the 15th December, until the fifteenth of March tlie same line will be confirmed to the city of New - York and run from thence to Cananduigtia in four days. Fassenjrers travelling trom New - York to Canaiida'm - ua, Niagara or UuH'alo, can leave N. lork in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Canandaigua in three days a distance of three hundred miles. 1 he line is well furnished with good, new carriages ; good horses, and careful and experienced drivers. Every attention will be paid to render the passage of the traveller safe, easy and expeditious i and it U believed that the accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the state. (TT FAKE trom Newburgh to Canandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. X. 1). A branch of the same line runs three times a Veek from Ithaca tn Auburn. Also, a line runt from Owejro Tiocra Point; thence through Newtotvn and Painted Post, to Rath, bic. V BAGGAGE, at usual, at Uie risk of the owners. . David Godfrey, Dloomingburgh,' V.. C. HI. John. Mount I'lentant. L. ii R. Manning, Chenango, iFroprie I.u liter were, iiiiieu, i lurt. Samuel Greenliff, Geneva, Oliver l'helps, Laming, mh 14 dCin TO SPORTSMEN. f?0R SALE, an elegant Fowling Piec, stub I1 and twisted fiarrek toxether with a rilie bar re I, also stub asd twisted, to fit In one stock ; gold bushed and gold and silver mounted. The lock, roller, swivel and freed ; the pun lined wiUi gold, and finished in the best manner. The a - bove will be sold low, if immediate application i made at ivo. 3a vvaiuer - street. my 9 tl 126 WLfLBulS, begi leave to inlorm Uie public . that lie baijmt received, per brig, Bacchus, and ihip George, from London, a general a, son rut ni oi anirieiinme luuiicatnne, amonglt which are some very elegant small Piano - Fortes. and a particularly elegant rose - wood grand cabinet Piano - Foite. A!si the new invented Metronome or patent self - time henter, with a lurse assortment of new Music, winch be oliers lor sale wholesale or re tail, on the moit reasonable terms, ray 8 HIT F'K I LKPS ITCH O.'.vr.VEAT, WARRANTED an infallible remedy at one application, may be used wilh prrfect safety on infant a week old, not cou'.&iuin; a particle ot mcrcury,rrafty dungcrotis ingrodien! whatever, und not accompanied with o.Ten sivesme'l which atlcodi the ftpplicatioa of other remedies. The a'nove medicines are prepared and sold al Lr.c.'3 iVIcdioue blore, ro. 4b Maideu - Lane, android by S. CARLE, corner of Fulloa aud Water - streets. Druggist anJceuntry store - keepers sopplird JsWW'IWMSlJi m ma urn oa uoerat icraa. Jan ZJ l. - . - .wi t o'; . ' . . '.',. ; . ' A Uaeeraltj pu.kow torn to 'dialiBt ,j . . lntiimsUiati;ir. - - DOCTOR HORNE, forVrl, of the citjr of Loudon, a imvtnlier the ficuiiy of pliyu. - aad surgery there, deemi il k, V - IV 10 rfelM - .lt irtflisv Arnfttv,..!.' the abuse of MERCURY, i rash, indiicriminate, and unqoMi. fied um tEerenf, fcas been prrlduc. .ue annualfy , uria.i2ed oTt'of ex, V by he consequIiceroV uM moSenl! treatment, tietil) now nnuerpDystciansox geneial practice. and repeatedly salivaU d ; wl,eB rccommetSed t. Dr. H. (by a geit!emaB of thi. city) a7 few,.! were carious, and his tlesb droprjinfroT.??" bis friends dwla.ed he could notp blf.uM ; t wo month, longer. lousau.uW" know H lib muui, s' ;vitulBJy calx the severest cases, and rot&nuitul'?,'1. - ' ceuary to guard the" XCZVl mercury, and oUrerfattl delusions, held tnrtk Persons, therefore, having contracted 7Z7 vato disorder, or suspecting, latent pciso", admonished not to tamper with their rnZi - t tion,or conceal tlie disorder, till ILt ,0 ry ; othershayii.5 the remain.' of u clK" or other impurities of the blood, a. well it nt?' er complaints of a delicate nature? sex. should remember poiterity, aud do instil to their consciences, by Uialline annlir to Dr. fl. at hi. old andresKfc" of Old - shp, to obtain XhpVSZc.t w.i.u5u w piocuiuitciosure. - And hera let me claim vour scriott atlpnrinn i , a uperficial cure is no cure at all ; unless Uie bt sincssis radically done, vou will certainly h ...v vivi i ogniu wiui reoounied is lenity, at mim futcrs period perhanthen i lie too late lor remedy. Don't you often meet i Uie street iijerable, mutilated beingi, - without even a bit of oow on Uieir face Take waruin 1 beieech you. . " Dr. H't. character for skill and stubborn iat. grily being universally known in this city, sine 1H04. miftrnntee to nwtipnf, thut .' j - jn - - - i - .wiiovj uqu secrecy lutlierto unknown, and haviug confined Li pracucc lorreun past, exclusively 10 the cure oi diseases of the blood system, they may safely cat. culateontbe most decided advantage ia consulting Dr. H. Gleet eradicated in tw or three weeks. Stricture! removed without bougie nt any other instrument ; and all debilities ; likewise all old ulcerations, fistula's Sic. A plurality of oiSces are prorided, and so sita - fttpd that ribtitntt are not ftinniwl ln..l, A.k observation. Open till half it 9 in Uie evening. All nftnAnl m.m i n . ..' I . . ,1 A I r .... . i.v n ... r, hi t nm w uz ire u calling, and ieaking wim Dr. H. whicii it ire of cost. And here tie Doctor cannot avoid th i xpressioo of gratitude for innumerable recommendations, and for Uie decided preference (it it presumed with just cause) long gives toot bra tudicioui puhlic. N. B. All letters must be post paid. ' Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 1 TfElTH ERQUAVkER i A OR IMtUSI - TIOS. EiR. EVANS' superior method of curing a certain Disease, is now universally acknowledged ia this city ; his mode of treatment is perfectly mild. safe, ei - ipt ditious, and his chargi reasonable. In every u stance be warrants a cure, and will return the pay if be doe ma perform agreeable : to contract. 1 1 L .. . w.t...t ldPMIM .1 BM L rl... ...m,n,iiaNrttiiiiillii i .li..J I . , J I1CIC MIJ - "l VftlF anu iu I . .. . i . i : .. t m . i ..... 1 7 1 - - l, n i - nnrert. old inveterate ulrert. trmTiiIti ' tr kine evil, fiitulu. diseaie of the urethra. bladder and kidniet, old complicated complaints a certain nature, iiiiiou and olber obttrnc - J..iiHiblim X - ihii'hlhftV Mnaiiln. I1CBU1UI '!' - JVM," tvuic VI UW .i ..... ....i Pit...::bn i. ii.. a mnHe those obilmate (Tiieawi bitco&itant (tutfy . )A ....h .r. lor ou i irj The subscriber having recenUy retarned from England. with an important improvement on Uie artificial spring LEG, he take thi method of informing his friends and the public, that all those who are so unfortunate as lo be In want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by applying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. Jan 22 WM. PURVIS. HYDE - PARK INSTITUTION. A SELECT and private Classical School l eitahliihed atHvde Park. Dutches count ty, state of New - York, under the direction and instructiou of BENJAMIN ALLEN, L. L. D. The institution is drsigned to unite witb a classical and English Education, Uie modern language - i ne classical course win comprise trie j.aiiu ...1 n.iL - I una nr.. .a - li,ll)l.l.n..Jr:.. ogrnpby, Mythology, Roman and Grecian Anti quities. The English course will comprise English G rammer, Elocution, Elements of lli.tory, Rhe - torick. Geography, Penmanship, elementary and practical Mathematics, and the outlines of Nat ural Philosophy. . Modern Lan&uages will comprise tbe French, Spanish nnd Italian. Moral aud religious instruction will be atten ded to, as youth is the most proper time to inculcate and lix those principles oi virtue and piety, which ought lo direct and influence Uie conduct of future life.. The pupil, of the Institution will be mem hers of the Principal', family, and under hi immedi ate care and government. Particular attention will be paid to their moral, and manner. The government trill be strict, but mild and parental - it aim shall be to give habits of order and industry, and inspire a generous emulation. The institution will be furnished with a Libra ry, Maps, Globes, and teleit l'liilosohicsJ Apparatus, the use of which Uie pupils will taught, and made familiar with the most irupart - aniunu striking experiments in ivaiuru) mu nlrv. These will be considered at reward, ot good conduct and attention to study, and con - s'ltuie one oi the most interesting sources musemeut and recreation. It is known from experience That much useful knowledge may be . thus incidentally coinuitmicated. The terms are threw hundred dollar per aa - num, payable quarterly washing included.' ? Classical students who study the modern languages, will be charged 10 dollars r quartet extra lor Ihe same. , The students fine" their beds nnd bedding. The number of students i limited - .Geotie - meii therefore who are deirous of placing their sons in Uie institution, will please to nuke an early application. All letters relative to tlie in?titution, addressed to the subscriber, Hyde Park Post Ofiice, Dutches Couuly N. Y. will he promptly attended to. BENJAMIN ALLF..V The siimmer term wil! commence oa the 20th, of May, my 5 IIOftSK FOR SALE. ,. A PLEASANT saddle Horse will 4e sow cheap bv n gentleman about to leave town. Apply nitiiiisAice. my' NEW - YORK : " ' PRIXTKD AXD PUBLISELD MICHAEL EURKUAM CO. No. 49 Wn.i.i AM - STsEKv optosits n - Back CorrKu - Hosia. 'sc - tTT.! sa - Mh

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