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I ' m - 4 ' ) 4 .' n , l. - 1 , '4 4 v. i i . i IN CHANCERY.; ' - . " II CHANCERY ', ' ITATR IIW - fHK, II.' IN paravane of ft decretal Order of this honorable court, bearing date n sixteenth day of October latLwill b sold at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee Home, in the city or New - York, nmwtliedirectina orthetubfcriber, at ooe ofthe nartera of this court, on Wtdnoday the sevenA day of January next, at twelve o'clock, at nooa, all that eertaia lot. tract or parcel of land, situa - ted in the couotj of Delaware, io the state of New - York, aad in Evans' Patent, and Known of treat lot thirty four, and bounded a follows ! be ginning at a stake and beap of stones near a beech tree. Marked Mo. 34 and 37 j being tha northeast corner of lot thirty seven t thence along the north . bound thereof aoutb eighty nine degrees, west one hundred and twenty eight chains and uinety ait linki to a beech tree marked No. 33 and 34 ; being the southeast comer of lot (iio. 3J.1 num ber thirty three t . thence along me eaii.oounai thereof, north three degrees, east eighty one mw.A linka in a torch tree marked No. 31 and 34 I thence along the south bounds of M Mat.' I axa.aaSlhl MlfKtW Ml ft lot t 10.31) numner unnjuirc,iiwi - decreet, east the distance of one hundred and four . . ... I i .. r ......... IhMim cnalna, to a staae ana utp oi - .. oath thirty fire chains and twenty four links to a beech tree narked No. a I thence north eighty doe degrees, east twenty chains to the west bound of lot thirty Bve thence along the same oath forty four chains and ninety links to the place of beginning I containing nine hundred and lortr nine acres and three fourths of an acre of land, with the appurtenances. And also, all that certain other lot, tract, or parcel of land, sitna . ted ia the county of Delaware, in the state of New - York. In Eim' Patent, and known by . great lot thirty seven, and is bounded as follows i Beginning at a hemlock tree marked No. 37 and 40, being the northeast corner of lot No. (40) nmler forty j thence along the north bounds thereof, south, eighty aioe degrees, west one hundred and thirty - four Thrtins and ten links to a beech sapling marked Na. 38 & t thence north three de grees, cast seventy eight chains to a Beech tree with stones round it thorn oa the south bound of lot thirty four north eighty nine degrees, east one hundred and thirty chninsto a Birch tree narked thirty seven and thirty - eight ; thence on the west bounds ol lol thirty - eight, south seventy. i eight chains (o the place ol beginning, containing ooe thousand and twenty - four acres and one lourtn 04 no arm oi iana who me nppuni. - Dated, Decern! X, 1K17. .... jamES A. HAMILTON', Dee. 3 lnwJ&dts Mater in Clinneery. '." ftj - The sale of the above property is postpo - nedto the eighteenth day of February next at the same hour and place. Dated Jim. 7, ikib. JAMES A. HAMILTON, jui? awfs Master in Chancery The sale nf the above property is potponed to tho 12th dav of Mav nest, at the sutne liour and place. Dated Ft. HI, 1810. ... JAMES A. HAMILTON, f - h lfl l nutria Mailer in Cli inrerv , The tale of the above propeny is postponed t the 5(3 - 1 d if of Juue neat, at the same liour un.i place. Dakd May IA luio. P JAMES A HAMILTON, mr 14 lawlds . Master in Chancery, At a Court ol t.hancery, heKI lor tbs stale nf New - lor If, at Hie inancenor - s vweiung '" House, in the city of Alhany. on the twenty third day of March, in the year ol our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighteen, frescut The Hon. James Keut, tiqiure, Chancellor. Philip Schuyler, Philip Jeremiuh 3chuy - , ler, llensstlaer echnvler, Slip - no Van ftenstelae , Jr. Philip Church, t'ett i Ciu - ger and Catherine his wile, John Chun h, Ru lolph Bunner and Elisant lh his wile. Richard Church, an in ant by the said I'm lip Church his next trend, tiu.tbcth il.tiu ilton, Aletandcr Hamilton Morion, l'lnhi Schevler Mortoo. Cornelia I. Morton, . Hi(ina Marr Mortiin. iufuiits bv the i i'.d Philip Jeremiah Schuyler their next friend and Catharine Van ltenisvlner Mulcome. t. John R. Bleecker, Eliialieth Brincker boff, '1oris 8. Miller, an J Maiia his wif, Ch uks V - Dudley and Blaudinahis Yt:; Minna, BrsdfUett, Samuel Bradstreet, Thomas Morris. Thomas Biddlc, John ufk.rinn unit WillinmHale and Catherine v... n ..n.n - lnpr 8f hnTler his wife. alHt complainants above named having filed their bill in the ahow. mentioned cause for the partition of the following parcel of land, that is to say a parallelogram in the counties of Oneida and Herkimer, in this state, on the south side of patent granted on the secmd day or Jnnua rr, 174, to Joseph Worrell andotheis, common Ir called Cnshy's Manor, lying aiong and up 0 the suuth boundary of the saiJ patent as its base, Leirur 20 chains and 59 linU mure or less in bre adth, and the whole extent of the s juth line or l.uundarv of the said pnlent, i. . 433 chains more or less in length, and Philip Schuyler, one ofthecomDlninanls, having innde an affidavit an nexed to the said bill of the truth of ihe allegations therein contained respecting the unknown owners at the said paralleloernia. It is thereaion, on motim of Vlr. J. V. tleury. of counsel for the complainant's ordered that all parties interested in tl said parallelogram of hind apear and au - swer the complainant's bill liUd in the above cause, by the eleventh duy ol July next, to the nil that in case of default, theromphinaot's bill may be decreed to betaken proconl'cssuaguintt all uch unknown parties as shall not appear and answer by the said day. And let a copy of this order na puiiiltiira lor inree caicnaar monins, once at least in every week, in a newspaper printed in the city of New - York and in the city of Albany. A copy. MOSS KENT, Register. wh 30 1aw3m IN CHANCERY. John B. Murray, i vs. Slate of New - York, ss James T. Watson. S IN pursuance of a decretal order of this ho - no - .rsble court, made in Ihe above cause, will be old at publie auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the eity of New - York, under the di rection ofthe subscriber, as one "f the matters of this court, on Tuesday the second day nf Hep tember next, at twelve o'clock at non , all that tract of land joining on the town of t.owille, and Ivinr in the county of Lewis, in the state afore said, being part of great lot No. 4 of Macomb's pcrehase, and comprises all the lots known on a certain plan or map made by David Branson and B.White, in the year 1808, from No. 188 to 342 inclusive, containing together 15,000 a:res of land, with the appurtenances thereto belong ing or any wis appertaining. Dated June SO, 1817, (Copy) JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jv tit lawiwdlds. - Muter in Chancery , The sale of the above property is postponed to me nrsl day oi may next, at me same nourano place. Uated JanR, 1U13. JAMES A. HAMILTON, J an 24 1 aw t My I M aster in Chancery, The tale of the above propel ty it postponed to me jinn day ol May, inl at me same Hour and place. Dated May Nt 1818. JAMES A. HAMILTON, nvy 2 lawtds Matter in Chancery BY order of John Gttrretsoo, Esquire, first judge ofthe court ofcotnmou pleas, in and for the cwuTttv of Kit h llinnrl mttti sal ulaa nt Xassav. York, notice is here hy given to H the creditors of Christian I. Bedell, ol tue county and state a - foresaid, as i insolvent debtor, to appear before Die at my omrr, in the town uf Srmti,ri..M i county on the thirtieth day of May next, at Iwo o'clock in the afternoon of said das, to shew cause, if any they have, why an anment f i ji l I. i Pwt twul'' 0 he made for tlie beix - fit ol all his creditor, and he hf oi. IS .' . Kr.Z ' v 0 l ,.of,h l - itUtiire v. v.. , - iura, romiea " an act ft - r giving relief in cases of insolvency" ant the acts amriiding the same. l). - .,ed Richmond county, the thtfi.yof April, A 1). 1IJ18. 3 ap27lw5w CHRISTIAN I. BEDELL. 7Jl To Let fir onr or mart years, ine lollrwing hous. house No. 294 or - tirsT, two doors above asningtno H;,!l,l with a coach biute in the rear if required Also, a three story brick houe No. 415. in said ttrert. Alt's a new and genteel two story brick house, corrr of Litpenard and, Church - ttrU, the 7?,"0r,,' For further particalart. apply . at 4 U broad wsy. tth ti tf 44 or a at es as per feet 68 Ihe fret 21 lesa, 1st per 6 56 1st lars ini 5 and and ir ler.' lued iVfe eers, We Uur line on by any Hu I "t". ror.KT. L - J A dryJCenar, under the hou No. 85 fin. - street, tcquire Of . HH. o.ufciiu, my It tf y 134 Pearl - street R t" A I. FST4TE. IN porsuanc of aa order of the honorable the court of chancery, dated the 24th day of A pnl. 1818, we, the undersigned, trustees oi we sjub of tltnry Dover, deceased, will tell at phbhc aucUon, on Thursday, the Mthday of May instant, the lollowing real estate : .... , Lot So. 7 Doyer street, nineteen feel front and eighteen feet rear, 50 feet deep on southeasterly and 47 feet on northwesterly sides, be the same more or less t and as now in possession of Mr. William Armstrong (subject to a lease which will expire on the 1st May, 1828, at a ground rent of 60 dollars per annum. . Lot No. 1 2 Doyer street, 20 feet front, 22 rear, feel 4 inches deep on southerly and 61 feet on northerly sidv, be the same more or less, as now late Ct possession of Col. VVm. Few, subject to lease, winch will expireon the 1st May, 1 824, a ground rent of 40 dollars per annum. Lt No. 13 Dover street. 20 feel front and it rear. 61 feet deep oo southerly and 54 feet C inch on the northerly side, be the laasemore or less, now io the possession of Mr. David Munsoa; uhject to a lease which will expire on the 1st May, 1824, at a ground reat of thirty six dollars annum.' Lot No. 15 Doyer street, 25 feet front and 33 rear, 54 feet 6 inches deep on Southerly and feet 3 inches on Northerly side, be the same more or less, as now in poseision of Mr. William SliatxH (subject to a lease which will expire on 1st May, 1824, eta ground rent of forty dollars per annum. ixt no. iu uoyer street, zu tcct front and tj 6 inches rear, 21 feet dcep!on southerly and feet on northerly sides, be the same more or knd as now or late in possession of Col. Win. Yew ( subject to a Irate which will expire on the of Vlay, 1C24, at aground rent of 1G dollars annum. Lot No. 13 Pell street, S3 .Vet front and 9 feet inches rear, 50 fett deep, he the same more or less, as now inposessi3o of the estate ol War Orny, deceased I subject to a lease which will expire on the 1st May, 1821, at a ground rent of thirty dollars per annum. Lot N.i. 21 Pell street, 21 feet front and rear, feet 8 inches deep on easterly, and 5!i feet 4 inches on westerly sides, be the me more nr less, as now in posiessiou of Mr. Win. I. Wal - dron ; subject ton lease, which will expire on the dhy oi May, 1821, at a ground rent of 40 dol per annum. Lot No. 25 Pell street, 31 feet front, 5 feet 3 hes rear. GO feet deep on easterly, and CS feel inflict on westerly sides, be the same more or lessens now in poasersion of John tleyer sullied to a lrae whit b will expire on the 1st May, lO'.'l, nt a ground rent of 30 dolk rs. Home and lot No. Pell street, 21 feet front rear, and 53 feet 4 inches deep on easterly, 60 feet on westerly sides, he the same more lei", nt now in possesion of Mr. Joseph But The improvements on (he leased lots to be va and paid fur by Uie purchaser, at the eipi - timt oi mo lease. Teniisnf sale, cash, on the delivery of the deeds. Any 'Ortlirr inforruntinn which may be required will be given by either of Die subscribers. ISAAC S. DOUGLASS, ADItlAN It. VAN I10KKF.LKM. The above property will ho sold nt the Tontine Coffee lloiitir, on the above mentioned day, by - Esrs. r KAiiKLl.i AS Ml.X J UlliM, Auction my 7 Ids JS.4ffH. - t I TAX SCHOOL. AMIATMN Femnle School is at 194 Greenwich - street: Male cchool, - I4li Cliauiber - street. In there schools are taught all the brim hes which constitute a useful and finished education. forbear to descend to particulars ; to offer recommendations, or to rmV great prnmiret. patrons are lcll to judge nl the modes ot instruction both moral and icienhjie, by the im provement ot me scholar. ' 29i JOHN W. I'IVKkT. JUHLl 1LHK MAWtAL'TOHr, 78 Chatham - street. HT1IIE subcriber returns his thanks to the JL public for their former patronage iu the of his profrion, and hopes tor their future support. He likewise informs than that he ha baud a constant supply of curled hair, manu factured exprenly for matrauc, on an improved principle ; and likewise guarantees the hair sold hi in to be frea from any impure smell, being well irourcd, boiled and baked, and beinj ma - unfiiCtured by machinery, has an advantage over other hair manufactured in Americaits vrry texture and elasticity making it a saving of twenty - five per ceut to tha purchaser. WILLIAM JACKSON. N. B. Merchants and the trado in genera) will find it to their advantage to call at above. 3') bales of hair in its rough Mate ; 6 bales of lone horse - tails ; 2000 lbs of Inn; hair drawn 30 het,c'uhbed ; bOO dozen hair sieve bottom Kor sale as above. my 5 2in A'evi Fancy GotiU, Cc. TIIF. subscribers have just received by the latest arrivals t orn tJig land, a handsome assort mcnt of ladies dressinir cases with locks and keys, some of winch are ot an entire new pattern mid the most fashionable colours, which arc cream, blue, morocco and brown, also, ladies morocco and rose wood work boxes and gentlemen shnvinir cases, sliminjj boxes and brushes Smith tl Nephews Naples soap, lavender and honev waters, essences, loom powuer. oap. Ititrires soans. real Windsor do. hair powtler. miniature frames, multi ease buttons, pocket bo iks. nen - knives, sensors, razors in cases, tlo single, ridicule glastcs and bags.cavelien, rus - penii, deiitriticc, tic. e.c. Alto, by the latest arrivals from France, three runes of genuine perfumery, from the first house s in rant, consisting pnruy oi riu ut cpenau, ru de niuon de enclos, eau dr. lueil, eau de Potoiski, rau Ijouit Itlth, eau Nupoleon, eau de empsrroi des Rustii s. Arc. Sr.. : pliuii nndaniber'd laien tier watei, soaps, tooth liiuslies, clotlido (very elegant) llnrentine, tilk and kid Garters, purs s, gloves, scent hollies in miniature, spongea, I jdiet work boxes, tortoiK' shell boxes, mounted in silver and gold; thimbles, thread cases, fruit knives, tweeters, pencil case, pocket books, pocket lights, needle cases, of all kinds, rice box, crumb, and all other kinds of brushes, pardons silver eye - needles, barrell clasps, ami a great variety of other articles in their line, which they will dispose of, on the most reasonable terms, at their fancy and perfume ware house, No. 135 Broadway, near y opposite tin City Hotel. may 19 Iw IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC. THE subscnlier btgs leave to inlorm hii friends and the J ul. lie that he has taken i room at tl.e rr - mtr oi Franaiort and Chath ni at - i t. near Tammany Hall, as an" I.VFEJ. LICENCE OEFICE." VMiera lamilies may be supplied with servants of rvrry description ; servants with places ; gentlemen winmz ser vants, for travelling, supplied nt the slwtesl notice ; merchants with clerks, and clerks with employ; wclnuraes with placet; mechanirs with loornfymen. Every uiiormatMO given to stran' gers and others, in his line, uho will favor lum wnn a can. r amiiirs nccoming snbseriliers su;pbsJ with servants at ooe doll? per annum. Also, Bonks posted. Accounts aJiu - teJ. Ta - pen of every descr.pipn, copied i;h neatness. vv .w. ana uispalcn . I t raa at tendance. from 5 to 2 o'clock A. M. anj from 3 to 9 o'clock r i. IIenntershinifelfthatIiiss5uloityand attm - tion to business, wiU gain bim a share o! the public patronage. mJ 8 ,n H. PADELFORDi , oi F of on it to - VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE, l a tbk cit o mw - ioxe, IIVC kits of ground oa the west sideofGreeo - V wkh - strect, between Vestry and Detbroe - set - streets, 25 hy tO. ' Kosir do in the rear of the above, fronting oo the east side of Wathington - street, 25 by 80. tight do in ihe block below, between Wash - iagtoa and West - streets. Id Mootgnmcnr County. 6000 acres of Laud in Lawrence's purchase,! near East Canada Creek, Oo the north side ol, the Mohawk. j In Franklin County. ' 1562 acres of Land, io the towai of Mount Morris and Dayton. . - In Essex County. 7832 acres cfLand in the towu of Barry more. In the County of Lewis. 1250 acres of land in Casterlaod, Cbassanic Purchase. In Saratoga County. 2600 acres in Pnlmers purchase. Enquire at the office ofthe subscriber, 34 C dis - street. DEV. ROBISSON. mhl7tf CHEAP CASH GROCERY b I ORE. Corner of Grand and Ryuder streets, directly opposite Centre Market. TAMES P. AN DOE reipectfully informs his si friends and the public in geueral he has re moved from corner ol Broadway and Reed - sL to his present stand, where be solicits a continuance - . . . . puuuc patronage, anu nnpes oy iu uiircimi ted exertions to ohtaio the best of Liquors and other articles in his line ol business, thereby to render the most perfect satisiaciion. N. B. J. P. A. keeps comtautly for sale a reneral assortment of fiist rate Teas, Sugar, Coffee, bpices, Liquors ol all kinds, fee tic. which will be all disposed ol at a moderate advance. my 2 lm JL'a T publuhed, a Discourse delivered at the coutccration of the Syuangue of tha Children of Irricl, in the city of Nsw - York, on Friday, the 10th of Nin, 6578, correiKnduig with the I7th of April, 1818, by MorJecai M. Noah, - . Just rcceivci. and for sale by EL1AS VALENTINE, 04 Broadway, oppoaite Trinity Church ynrJ, where also may be had all the new purifications. my iz PROSPECTUS ; von rrm.iKniKo by ecHscRirrioit A MAI' OF MEXICO AND LOUISIANA. rl HE publication of this Map has been under - JL taken with the imiiression, that it will ex hibit iniormation, highly interesting at this eventful crisis, .nd the valuable Maps which the au - Ihor has procured, during hineveru I tours through Mexico, in the yeurs 1JU6, 1807, 1812, 1813, 1815, 1816, and 1817, inrluc bim to belcive that the Map, with even all its imperfection', will be much the nimt perfect which has appeared before the public. This Mnp will contain the latest and best information from the discoveries and possessions Ihe American, Spanish', Russian, British and French travellers and navigators and representing the claims of their lespcctivR governments Ihe Northwestern coast of America. The Map will include that portion of North America, which lies ottween the Isthmus of Da - rien, and the 48th degree of Norlh Latitude, and from the Mississippi River westwardly to the Pacific Ocean. In sire tho Map will be about six by five feet, and will be projected on a scale of 40 miles to the irnh, to he delivered to the subscribers ut fifteen dillar. nch. Nab lies, March 7. 1W8. ap7 tAul i II1CH haveheen attended svilb a degree o( success highiy grntflnl to the inventor's fe lings, iu several p iris of the West Indits, and Uhi Southern mid Middle States, particularly in New York. i'bilalelphin, ltultiinore, fcc. The operation nl these pills are p.rlectly mild, u to l used by pvrons in every situation and of every ugc. They nre excellently adnpted to enrry of tu - peinnus lile, ami prevent its uiorbm secretions ; restore and ntni nd tlmai'P' - tite; to produce n tree pertpiratiou, Hid H ereby prevent Colds which are oittn of fatal consequence A dose never fails to irrnove a cold, if taken on its first .p earance. They are an inlullible preventive ol Bilious and Malignant Fever, and should be procured for ue, by every seaman and traveller. I'rep.iri d and sold ut LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 46 Muidcn Lane. Druggists and country store keepers supplied oo liberal terms. my 16 .iRANUn M'GOWAN, No. 126 Fly Mar - ket, sensible of the very liberal encourage ment he has received since his commencement in business, and feeling confident that no exertions on his part shall be wanting to merit a contin uancr, informs nis incnds and the public mat no pains or rxpence has been avoided to obtain a stock of the best liquors of every description, which ran be depended on for their purity. Having made arrangements, while at l.ha arles - ton, for constant snpolyol GREEN TURTLE in their season. he will be enabled to furnish soup of an excellent Quality, A hook will be opened for subscribers to an ORDINARY, to be on the tabic every day at n stated hour. Rooms, for private nnrlies. at a short notice. N. B. Soup, Beefsteaks. Oysters, Mutton Chops and Relishes at all timet. aptj Amtrtran Academu nflhrlinr Aril. 1 MIK Board of directors give notice, that the JL fourth Exhibition ol this Academy, is this nay opened and win continue open every an (Sundays excepted) Irom 9 in the morning ti dusk. Admittance 25 cents. Catalogues 12 1 - 2. By order. ALEX. ROBERTSON. Sec.'rv. Members and Exhibiting Artists are informed, that llieir cardi of admission are left with the door - keeper. my 20 2w MKM Sl'h.NCLK respectlully informs her friends, and the ladies in particular who recently called on her, that her apartments are now ready for the reception of pupils for the piano forte : also, that she is dctiorus of obtaining two nr ihrre more pupils, who the would have no objection to wait upon at their own bou se, should it be preferred. The most retiiectrv ble reli renc l can be given. A gentleman and nit wiie may oe accoinmod.ttr - i with board, my 12 lm Whit - tlrert. No. 3, fTTJ. TO LET, The rleeant 'J slorv house No. 7 Hud sou street, which communis a pleasant view of 'he l'nrk and river. Posacitioo may be had iu a few days. V - 'AlfO ler tale, the furniture of said house. It it of die hrtt iunlity ; well fitted, and suitable to a genteel family. Apply at above. my 1 1 it Jtr.W DuESSISG ROOM. FRUME.M'O, No. I Wall - str.rt..iiist re turned from I'aly, has Hie honour id inl'orrt A the ecn'iem n, that he cuts and - es hair in the Intt - st stylo, and in a mat mr so as ti adopt il Io H.e phuiojnouiy. He hasfi r tale arptanti ty ol R VZOR ol Ihe first quality, if they di. not please o trial, the purchastrs air at lir - rt) to return, and receive tl.e money He has lilfai. it, nrrv - iirfri n v.r fnj Imt.m mnA mntrvm , to lestore razors In a very keen edge and sb'iuld j tb y n - il cut he will receive no ncompence. , een'lemca who mar Dlease to honor bim I with their natronasr. mav depend oa the most particular and respctful attendance F'um - nto has just received a few setts ol the colcbra!rd Manguini False Back Razors, war ranted of Damascus strel of a superior quality. Amateurs may shave t.Vmv - lvet iuxuriou'y. N. B. Gentlemen who subscribe by tl cjuar - ter will have their razors, ic. kept eidivcl lr ttiemtelvcs. P. 3. A gioJ jourorymaa witted. Apply ai above. mh 6 tf P03T COACH LINE oa PHILADELPHIA . bt wat oi rowua - aooK . fM mm. ANEW Line of Post Coaches with every convenience for passengers and baggage, on Springs THROUGH IS ONE DAY. The Post Coach will atart from the Coach office. No. 1 Courtlaod - slreet, N. York, every morning. - (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock, by way ol Newark, Elizahethtown, Brunswick. Princeton. Treutou and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia tlie same afternoon, at 4 o'clock. A second Line of new Post Coaches will start from New - York every morning, (Sundays excepted,) at 10 o'clock io the btcaru Boat Atlanta, lodge at Trsnton, and arrive at Philadelphia, in BVIb.nR.ifll natl mnrr.iii. at III o'clock. Fare 5 dollars. P. S. Passenger are requested to call and take their scats at the ofiice No. 1 Court! ancH - stnet, Nuw - York. United States Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington City, wiUi every convenience lor paseeugers and baggage, on springs. The U. S. mail coach will start from the coach office, No. 1 Coui tlandt - st New - York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only 6 passengers admitted. t or seats in the above named Lines, apply to TH03. WHITFIELD, at the old .established Coach, and Steam Boat ofiice, No. I Court - lumlt - stieet, near the corner of Broadway, New - York ; or U A. T.GOODRICH & CO. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, New - York. ftT - AII goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. JOSEPH LYON, SONS & CO. N. B Expresses sent to nny part of the Continent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. my 16 tXriDITlOLS lH.iyELI IMi. fUbi - LH.ilst. & STE.iM - tonjiSLLV&S, ron FtiiLAna Lriu a. Through in one day, and by day - light. ON Monday tho 1 1th of May instant, a line of post - coaches und steam - boats between New - York and Philadelphia will be commenced. The passengers will leave White - Hall in New - sorK every uay puuuayi excepted; at 5 o'clock A. M. io bis excellency vice - president D. D. Tompkins' commodious and speedy steam - boat NAUTILUS, proceed to Bristol by the Staten - Island and Woodbridge turnpike, and take the steam - boat at Bristol at 2 o'clock, and arrive in rhilauelphia at 4 o'clock the same day. The roads oo the laud part of this line are turnpiked and iu excellr jt order ; the country and villages inrnugn wnicli they pass is elevated, pleasant and healthy, the route is the nearest at present travelled between the two cities ; Ike various and extensive views which it gives of the ocean, the bays, sound and rivers between New - York and New - Brunswick, makes this the most expeditious comfortable and pleasant tour now existing between New - York and Philadelphia. a second postcnaite will leave iew - York every day (Sunday's excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the fleam boat Atlanta, from White Hall, by way of Elizabclhtown, Bridgetown, New Brunswick, Princeton, lodge at Trenton, take the steam boat at Bristol, and arrive in Philadelphia at iuo'ciock. r are n,row - i $3. For seats in the above lines apply at the office, No. 118 Broadway. All Roods and baggage at the risk of the own - crn JOHN N. CUMMING, Nowark. J. (iUI.ICK. SONS CO. Princeton. STOCKTON & HOWELL, Philadelphia. tt Exprces sent to an v Hurt of the United States, by L. liAKER, GULICK & CO. my 11 NOTICE. (JT Steam Boat Onvr. . branch will sail every Sunday, at 1 1 o'clock round Staten Island, and occasion ally, il the win. I and tide will permit, to the hook. 'I his beautiful sail will contribute both to health and pleasure, and is as cheap a re creating as can oe round. 1 antes who mean to partake ol this amusement will, il convenient, give in their names the day preceding, at the omcein maraeiuei'i sircei, utninsiae oi inecai terv. Dinner and Tea on board, nt the usual prices. Passage 8s children hall price. my mi SWIFT - SURE MAIL COACHES, FOR PHILADELPHIA. '.rr - .n'm ttt Leave New - York tiRGjJseveiy morning (Sunday's ex .ii ' kit. cepted) at 8 o'clock, and ar rt. - A in tivf d.n to dinner. The puhlick houses are good, and reasonable in their charges, l ne drivers, norses anacoacn et are not inferior to any others now running be twecn these two cities. The beautiful country, and the excellence ofthe roads on this rout, con netted with the safety, comlort, and reasonable expences, are beleiyed to be strong inducements io iravenprs in giving mis line a neciueu preier. enre. Tho strictest attention will be observed bv the proprietors in giving general satisfaction All baggage and packages will go at the risk of tne owner unless insured and receipted ur rjy me Clerk oi said omce Stage fare only $5, with a generous allowance of baggage. Parties wishing to travel at their leisure, may engage the Conch on reasonable terms exclusively Io themselves, hy applying one day previous io sinning. For seals apply at Northern Hotel, No. 79 Courtlandt - slreet, New - York. LYON, SONS, & CO. ap 2 Proprietors NEW - YORK noTAKIC GARDEN. MICHAEL DENNISON. CURATOR. H IS establishment is situated at Rose llill. near the junction of tbe Bloomingdale and H wrlem Roads. It comiirehends about five acres of excellent land capable ofthe highest improve ments. The proprietor of this beautiful spot hat obtain erl a lea'e ot the land for the term of thirty years, lie has (betides tbe enclosures, shrubbery, and other im.rovement) erected one of the "hrgett and most cnavcuient green houiet in the Ur.ilrd statet. He solicits tlie citizens to patronize hi eff irts to reader hit garden complete in every re pect, by a moderate annual subscription. He propose s that each contributor of five do) lars (hill be entitled to receive the value seeds, flnwert, plants, fruits, or any oilier pro duce ol Ihe garden. By such an accuramoda tiou to bim on the part of tlie public, he will lie enabled Io procure Ihe greatest variety of foreign aad domeilic vegetables, and to gratily the taste ami expectation oi ins irienui. Persous incliung to enter their names as en couragcrs ofthe design, are invited to cull at the garden, where the fullest iniormation will be ?iven. my 21 lm A PATENTED INVENTION, For the convenience and comfort of ladies. IT is well known by ail ladies that their tloak 1 pint, las they are called) alias curtain pins, i ihrl ii ii! 'i rl. I ' n.. .... i .. 1 rum at. Art ..... ij i.if,!. ... 'J lllUCi rora the weight of the curtain, and from other cautts, wear so large a hole in the wood 11 winch they are inserted tnat they become loose, insomuch IhattU - y droop and look ill, and more over olteiilmes dropout. Io prevent this if fectuallv, a lierson has invented ihat which will prevent the inconvenience alluded to ; and any lady, or rrett a etnlltman. ct.n lie convinced ol the lad by applying at No. 2 Dry street, where bV invention is to he seen : the expense is a mere trifle, and cloak pins already in use caa, and w be, readilv altered to the proposed plan, sny 19 iw WAN I'tu. A GOOD frmaie servant, to do the Cooking and other work of a small family, where i to be aiotlitr help. None oeedapp!y sinless they can bring a satisfactory recommendation from their last place ; to such a oae to d waes will be paid. Apply at liS Franklin street. oy s . is Cm M UXIOX LLYE. ' r - i ' n. iiiLADELPHIA. . Twenty - five milea land carriage, via New - Brunswick and Trenton. In new post coaches . $5 Do. good stages, . 4 60 Do. forecastle or deck passengers 3 60 Connected by the steam boats OLIVE BRANCH and PHILADELPHIA. The steam - boat Olive Branch will leave New - York every day, Sundays excepted, from the north side of the Battery! at 11 o'clock A. M. Passeugers will ludc at Trenton, and take tha steam - boat Philadelphia, so as to arrive in Philadelphia at 10 o'clock tho next Morning,' iu time to take tha Union Line Baltimore iteam - boats. This line has a connection with (he best bouts on the Delaware and Chceapcake to Norfolk ; as alto those of the North River and Sound ; and their several arrivals are calculated to cause little, if any delay. I his is a speedy and certainly the most con venient rout, as the passengers will leave New - York after the banks oiieo, and arrive in Phila delphia before the hours of business, without fatigue in travelling or want of sleep, the land carriage being much less than by any other route between the two cities. For seats in the above line apply to WILLIAM B. JAQUES. At the Union Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar - ketue.d - street, north side of the battery, between Greenwich ti Washington - streets, or to The CAPTAIN on board. All goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. ap 4 IU H &OUJVO A TEAM bOA T - LJJVE. ihe proprietors, with a view of accommodating the public, by extending the line to Norwich, intend making the rxpvriuienl with the Ful'on, Capt. Law, and this route (if found practicable) will be continued during the season. I he line will in future be from New - York to Norwich, as follows : The Connecticut, Capt Bunker, will leave New - York every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8 o'clock, in the moming, lor New - Haten. The Fulton, Capt Law, will leave JYoneich at 6 o'clock in the moruing of the same days, touch at JYev - London and depart from thence for JYew Havm at 8 o'clock. The boats will meet at AW - Haren. and depart from thence every Monday, Wtdntt' day and Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening the Connecticut for New - York, and the Fulton for New - London and AortrieA. mhl7 AVHTH HIV EH STEAM - BOA TS. fr On the 11th of May. the Boats will commence i running four time a week, las follows : A Boat will leave New - York on Tuesdar. at 9 A. M : Wednesday, at 5 P. M. : Fndav. at 9 . M. and Saturday, at 5 P. M. of each week : and a boat will leave Albany on Monday, Wed nesday, i nursuay, and Saturday, at 'J A. M. The above arrangement will commence bv the Chancellor's leaving Albany on Monday, the nn .viay, at a. m. and me Kicnmond leaving New York on Tuesday, the 12th at 9 A.M. The Fire - Fir leaves New - York on Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. for New - burgh, ami ulurnton Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8 A. M. my 2 .avauRUH ami can akuak.c a mail - stage TRAKB TIM RS A WEEK. I EAVES Newburgh eve - jeffi - irr - tt l - J ry Sunday, i uesday, trJsCljirenand Thursday mornings, at 11 i lVl i 'Mhrrr n'rlrrk runs through Montgomery, Blnominghurgh, Monticello, by wane lilic, loshecton, Mount l leasant, t.reat Bend, Chenango Point, Owega, lthica, and Ge neva, toCanandaigua. Retiirnioi - leaves Canandaiirua every Mon - ay, Wednesday and Friday mornings at three o'clock, and arrives at Newburgh, the third day in time to take the Steam - boats which arrive in New - Yoik the following morn in p. C3 Il may be expected that at all timet irhrn the ittam - boatt alter their dayt of running, mat thu lint v - ill alter 10 at to meet them. The whole route will be perfomed in three days, from the first of May, until the first of November and from the nrst ot isovemoer until tlie fifteenth of December, and from tlie fifteenth of March until the first of May, in four days and from the 15th December, until the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to Canandaigtia in four days. Passengers travelling from New - York to Canandaigua, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N. York in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Canandaigua in three days a distance of three hundred miles. The line is well Furnished with good, hew carriages ; good horses, and careful'and experienced drivers. Every atten tion will be paid to render the passage ofthe traveller safe, easy ana expeditious ; and it is believed that the accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the state. (TT FAKE from Newburgh to Canandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. B. A branch of the same line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line runs from Owego Tioga Point; thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, fie. UACGACE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. - , - David Godfrey. Bloomingburgh,' E. C. St. John. Mount Pleasant. L. tl R. Manning, Chenango, I Propria Luther Gere, lthica, i tors Samuel Greenliff, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Laming, mh 14 d6in GENTEEL BOARDING. T7MVE or six gentlemen can be handsomely JL? accommodated with genteel board in a small respectable family, where there are no voung children. The situation pleasant, within one minute's walk ofthe banks or custom house, They can be accommodated with separate rooms. handtomely finished, on moderate terms, by ap - plvin; at 37 1'ine - slreet. may 21 Iw W DUBOIS, beg. leave to inform the public . that he ha. just received, per brie. Bac chus, and ship George, from London, a general assonmeni oi arunesinine musical line, amongst arc some very eiegan. small riano - r ones, ana a particularly elegant rose - wood grand cabi net riano - Forte. Also the new invented Metronome or patent sell - lime beater, with a large assortment of new Music, which be offers ir.r sale wholesale or retail, on the most reasonable terms, my 8 LEE'S ITCH OINTXZNT, WARRANTED aa infallible remedy at rn application, may be used with "perfect safety on infants a week eld, net contain:o; a particle o! mercury ,or any chngerous ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with thit offensive smell which attends the applii atlon of other remedies. The a hove medicines are prepared and sold at LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 4C Maiden - Lane, and sold by S. CARLE, corner of Fulton and Water - streets. Druggists and country .tore - keerers supMied &3 a I ST i oa nue m terms. Jan 71 A sUmrilas pttht taow how to di,!,.,,, . tweea Uiina - s tf,. .l:r ",u ' DOCTOR HORNE,for..erl, ofthe city of Lend,, a a - mberoftbe faculty ofpbyrii and surgerr there, ttr - m. it l..'T 1 y to repeat loni - onwrTI,tiom c. the abuse of MERCURY 1 rash, indiscriminate, and anguah. tne of icrnil ,i.s.:.r r ence. 1 he disease we have in view cs i.7 Ul result, cfaelly to mi. rce. S ci V that a young man, tbe hope, of hi. cow X the darling of id. parents.'should b snd . way from .H U,e prospect, and enySof bjHUiec0"c,utntM ofon ""gaardnrom.,! and by a disease not in iu ownatra7"b which on v nromi r i ' '?lB,s ana treatmenu". A gt IcmarV (late Dr'XS1 lient) now perfectly hearty and Ji hii lp under phytiin. of geneial and repeatedly salivai. d 5 l .""I" ?.ett'S Dr. II. (by iWleinaH of m ,i..V.B eo were canous, and his flesh dropP;nK7ro""' bu friends declared he could not rvoia h??. 5 two month, longer. ThoBs.n''"?'" know with what ease and .T.'n'Jen,mcnt cate. the severest cases, and conWs th. rV. tution. Tbe Doctor's plan ( Xrtiinri f cessary to guard the jiutlic aK Z I, V". merc ury, and other fatal delulons, held font? Persons, therefore, having contract . vate disorder, or .uipecling latent rLl Pn admonished not to tamper with thr?'. ?r tion, or conceal the. disorder! DL C0tlf" - rnmni.ii. i;:.?'00". M ell at oth - tcx. should remember tSfT ."5 ei,.h ,o tbeir consciences, by miiiZ A tour. n. at rut old and reirnSrs7u . V" lishment, No. 64 Water - .treeL?h. lone calculated to prevent dsclrV,,, - let me claim your.seriou. attentioiIuicBbl! superficial cure is oo cure at all . A.0" tiaessi. radically done, you will certainly h he disorder break out again with redoubled m? Iigiuty, at some future period ; perhan. then wui he too late for remedy. Don't von oAeatteJTf. the .trect. miserable, mutilated beings, wnhols even a bit of nose oa their face i Talsa beseech you. Dr. H's. character for .kill and stubborn int.. m' homo. t.n.nMn Mm 1. .1 . witv 1804, guarantee to patients that delicacy Md si crecyhitherto unknown, and having coinked bis practice foryears past, exclutively to the cure of diseates of tlie blood system, they may safely csU culate c the most decided advantages u i cob - Gleets eradicated in tw or three weeks Strictures removed withoui bousies nr m. k. er instrument ; and all debilities i likewise ail old ulcerations, fistula's &r. A plurality of ofiices are prorided, and so titrated that patients are not exposed tcxa - h r.ii.i. observation. Open till half past 9 in the evinin. aii persons concerned are invited to be free ut oiling, and speaking with Dr. H. which ia frj of cost. And here lie Doctor cannot ayni.l thm exprettion of gratitude for innumerable mendations, and for the decided preference (it is prr - umeu wunjuti cause; long given bim by a judicious public. ft. i. aii letters must be pott paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 1 NEli HEH QUACK LRU jVO.u IMtOHl - HOST. DiR. EVANS' superiai metiiod of curing a certain Disease, itnowunivar. sally acknowledged in thu city ; his mode of treatmeul is perfectly mild, safe, ci - iiruiuuua. nan nis cnargis reasonable, la every is - stance he warrants a curs. and will return the pay if lis does not perform agreeable to contract. m 'I'h. .. i. .nr' r.r m b I ... r, v. n I. . . 1 There are many persons in this city and its vi cinity, laboring under various chronic diseases, . such as cancers, old inveterate ulcers, scrofula or kings evil, fistulas, diseases of the arathra, bladder and kidnies, old complicated coowlaibU Of K cenaUl naiuic, vunsr vuiuuu tions, rheumatism, Ac. which they consider incu - rabie, tney can ceriainiy oe curea im general by applying at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, No. 9, Peck - slip, having practised in extetsivs hospitals in Europe Yi years, under some of tbs first Surgeons aud Physicians in tha world, an4 made those obstinate disease, hi. constant study for 30 years. Oct It rrjP The subscriber having recently returned from England with an important improvement on the artificial spring LEG, he takes this method of informing his friends and the public, that all tnose who are so unlortunate as to be In want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by applying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. .'an 22 WH. PURVIS. HYDE - PARK INSTITU TION. . A SELECT and private Classical School is established at Hyde Park, Dutchess county, state of New - York, under the direction and instruction ol BENJAMIN ALLEN, L. L. D. I lie institution is designed to unite with a classical and English Education, the model n languages. i ne classical course win comprise uie Lana and Greek Languages, Ancient History and Ge ography, Mythology, Roman and Grecian Anti quities. I lie cngiitn course win comprise ugnsii Grammer. Elocution. Elements of History, khe - torick. Geography, Penmanship, elementary and practical niamemauci, and tne outline, oi nat ural fhilosophy. Modern Language, will comprise the F reach, Spanish and Italian - Moral and religious Instruction will be attended to, as youth is the most proper time to in culcate and fix those principles of virtue and pie ty, winch ought to direct aud influence tne conduct of future life. The pupils of tbe Institution will be members ofthe Principal's family, and under Ids immedi ate care and government, rarucuiar aiieoiiou will be paid to their moral, and manner.. The government will be strict, but mild and parentalits aim shall be to give habit, of order and iuduttry, and inspire a generous emulation. The institution will be furnished with a Library, Maps, Globes, and select Philosophical Apparatus, the use of which tlie pupils will be taught, and made familiar with the most important and striking experiments in Natural Philosophy. These will be considered as rewards or good conduct and attention to study, and con - stitute one of the most interesting source, of a - musement and recreation. It is known from experience Ihat much useful knowledge may thut incidentally communicated. The terms are three hundred dollars per annum, payable quarterly washing included. C:i.ifsn :il atiiih - nta who study the modern lan guages, will le charged 10 dollars per quartet extra for the same. The students find tbeir bedt and bedding, l li. n.milit - r nf stiiil. - nls ia limited. Gentle men therefore who are desirous of placing their sons in Ihe institution, will picas lu waRe an early application. All letters relative io me irwtuuiion, tuu". d to the subscriber, Hyde Park Post Office, Dotchets Couuty N. Y. will re promptly .awno - . ed to. " BENJAMIN ALLL. The summer term willcoinme - TCe on the zuui, ofM - y, my a &w - IIOK. - K you. SAL.L. A Pl.TUSANT .iddli. Horse will be toM cheap by a gentleman ahout to leave town. Applj attnisofice. ;: aJ NEW - YORK : PRINTED AND PUBLISHED Mich. 1 EL BVRNUAXk CO. . 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