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INSOLVENT!?, ADVERTISING FOR THE fcENETIT OFTHE ACT IS TUI3 STATE, torus fbom t AlitAioi, thi . A - IVt BeAr Rieliard Iltktr. Retr4er. ' . Franklin Greco, and Samuel W. Creeu, Aug I ' . Andrew Bathe, July 14 Alfred P. Edwrd, Jaly U .. . Jesse Van Skkhis, Juue 27 l ira Balden, July 22 Richard Gilderslr - ye, J one 30 Rob - rtNichoW, JulyS Julia Alexander, June 20 ' Aagutte Baton, J uue 30 . James Mead, June ' tfilhaniul Mitchell. Jim 13 , Wn. Thoaipiua, June I , . Thomas ;. Terry, June 2 . Oskea Wilder, June S Albany cowOjB'furt Philip S. Parker, IU . carder, in Albany. B srentE poor, June St JUssel P. Coude, July 3 . Luke Gifford, June 19 SamiMl Legg, June 5 iUiphalet Bind, Jane 3 ' - Before EtU Howe, Etq. Joha Thompson, JulyM .Vsiutn tvunty Before P tier - Smith, Jfrtt judge in Pcterborti'. ickr re Berry, June 27 . Cbsrle Adams, July 85 William Pease, June 27 . Richard G. imetoo, July 18 George Cowan, JawU Kster II. Harrington, J not 27 Jobe Phtlp, July 4 , Sisueoo Soutbwkk, July 4 Elisfca Calkins, J uue 2? Oliver Barker, June 47 Israel Oaborn, June SO 0Utg County Before Jottph White, firtl Judge tn the town of Cherry Valley. Spencer Esmond, July 25 Kliiha Corning, June 20 ?nwl Griffin. Jane 16 CVy Troy Before William L. Mart), Etq Jacob Come, June 27 Joseph Chanberlin, June t3 Thomas T. Francisco, Jane 20 Richard Ilooa, June 13 Tcvlon R. Hurlbert. Juue4 Onandagm County BtfortJoihua FormanJirH Judge tnunenaaga. ' Jeue Jobneon, and Peter Dygert, July 3 , hsekiei Chapman, July zo . William Graves, 2d. Jun 12 Cbeiter Ballard, and Nathan St John, July 10 J oul Brit ton, June IS Mile Allen, June X reward Camp, June 18 ' ' Elijah Mills, June 9 John Well, June 16 Philip Pitta, June 12 ' EJimh Wilaon. June 5 Le.iPond, June 1 Watttmgtm County Before Anthony 1. Blanch , , turd, in Salem.' Ebearifft St vena, Robert Coon, and John Al - dicn.Junc 10 ' Job Reynolds, June 5 fctra iyrei, June o m I ucnetiee county ueitre J aim tt. jonet, Jtrti Judgr, .. Lttcetkr. Bissel SLerwin, Aug 10 Sith Cook, July I Havis Ram m, Jane 4 Roderick it btuard, and lavid Ransom, J due 4 'Jacob Van Galdt - r, iun. Jaly 1 James Cramlon, July 6 Nicholas Bartlet, )un.Junt4 Lemon Copley, June 24 hrael Webber, June 20 Aia Bennett, June 15 John Lard. June S Marcus Carter, June 6 Saratoga county Btfor Salmon Child,' firtl Judge,inOrtenfkltL Calvin Murry, June 19 Charles Waterman, June 19 Ely Baldwin, Juno 12 Ohadiah Wood, June 12 Benjamin Roinkrans, June C J.t. Wl - fe, M 1 - - Robert Mdier, June 8 Peter Uun, June 6 tiudvm City - b'for J, D.MontH. Titus II. Crandel, July 3 David Colon, July 18 Jorjti B. Hogeboowti June 1) Andrew Kinniley, at Hudson, June 5 lister Leaducttei June 6 Jolin J. Everts, June 12 CWwniis County before John I. Miller, Et. Peler Jcolie, July 6 Henry P. Groat, July IB Godfrey Garner, J uue 20 ' Aaron 6baw,jun. June 12 Cxenetngo county - BtforeUbadiah German, Etq. snAoruncA. John Moskin, July II - John W. Trass, June 23 Nicholas King J une 23 JUonfgosnery county Before Alexander Sheldon, frit Judge in Charleston. Peter Drown and Jacob A. Flint, June 20 Araasa Dudley, J une 27 Steuben count v - Before 7Jiina$ M'Burncy, Jirtt J'ttlge, in Painted - Pott. Walter Dickinson, Jane 29 Samuel Campiicll, jun. June 1 .Jacob Cutiklio, Jun. June 8 Oneida county 'Before Morris S. Miller. William Porter. June 27 Robert Dyer, July 25 Justin Cooler, jun. July 11 Walter rowler, June 8 Abner Barllett, J une 2 JoiiaU W. Bsgg, June 2 Before JMatlum H'illiamt. George A. Bartlctt, June 20 i Nathaniel Kent. July IU Orange county Before fatltan II. White, Etq. At Gethen. Anaoihs White, and Peter A. Millspaugh, June ta Hugh R. Couter. June 20 Job Plimpton, June 13 DauiU Trxn, jr. June 8 Zchotiarie County, before H'm. Berkman, Etq at Sharon. AbalBixby, June 8 John B. Ackley, June 8 ' Jeremiah Cole, do Jefferton Counly...Bcfore W. D. Ford. John Youag, July 27 . Farringtoa Wood, Jaly 26 Samuel Case, July I Solomon Rich, July 19 Before IP. Hubinton, Etq. WoodardSilibey, July 6 Outchnt County Before' Jam: Emott, Etq. Robert Prer, June 29 Henry I. Piatt, June 13 JosephOgden, July 15 Walter Pugsey, June 20 Henry I. Piatt, June 4 Daniel Frehch, June 5 Delairare Count, before Itnat Ogden, Etq. Anson Combs, tune 3 It'arren County - before Win. tiobanh. Sela Whitman, and Keuheo Willard, Jun 6 Samuel Upbam, June 13 John Reed, Jane 6 Suffolk County ..before T. Strong, Etq Phineus Whitton, June 30 StWmnIi.fore Abraham Brovnton, Etq. Lymuui Bates, June 9 Seneca Counfy Before J Knox, Etq. ml Juniut. Seth Cbae, June 3 Frankhn County, before AlbonMan, Etq. Robert Cooper. Aug 10 Henry Utley, June . Ontarto County, btfure Judge Xirholat. nown iiKiiey, j sue z Henry worth, and Jsnrs Elswonh July 7 Before . W. UotrtU, fjc. mt Canandaigua. James Stoddard, July 31 Jesse Prnfield, Joe 27 Perry RqM?ll, Juljtl Caleb Harrington, Jum 24 i nomu u. vryan, i une 1 Perry G. Bc4, Lyman Tripp, Enos French, June 9 Cftnftxi County, before Pliny Moore, Eta. David Peters, June 29 Ctwai lius M. Erwln, Jn 10 . C'eyug. Countifore Judge MiUtr. rwichaxd Suetjiet, ;o 23 hie the lent at U. f to now their give best use to sil rior from R. are be of or Rkaard Shimer, Jiim 29 . . J and Weeks, Jab Kictiard Burnet, June 23 Timothy Moaner, July 14 " ' LorlUmdt County, before Judge Keep. William Morton, July 29 . . ' Charles Parker, at B finer,, 2d Moadajr w June Joseph Bnieh, July 8. Samuel local, June 2 - Henry Smith, do Schenectady, before O. CUedani. Roswsll Perry, June 8 Otveego County, before Judge Meoney. Isaac Caulkia. June 28 VUler County, before judge Ehmcndorf. Zacbariab Decker, July 7 Coraehus Hoot; June 20 Henry Simmon, June 20 . . Before JlkraXem Hoffman, Etq. , . Ebenrar Strickland, iun. July 1 Niagara, before judge tVxlkmton. William A. Russell, July 11 Lott Patterson, July 10 Harry Henstiaw, June 2 - Before J. W. Moullon, Etq, Asa P. Harris, July 6 Chalaque county, before Zettu Coihing, Etq. Joseph H. Akin, July 16 Nathan Cats. June 23 K'ett - Chetter County, ttfin Caleb Tompkint. Joha Travis, jvnexU Richmond County, before John Oarretton Nathaniel Martin, June 13 Queens County, before Car) Dunn. Richardion Reynolds, June 15 . Lewis County before SUal Stout. Isaac M'Crea. July 8 Richard Brad way, June 27 Benjamin, Rich, July 9 Ktngt county, before ft'm. Forman, Etq. Joha Ichoonmaker, July 6 Herkimer County, before Nathan Smith. Abraham Snyder, June 27 STONE QUAKHY TO LKASE. rpilE subscriber will lease a stone quairy, on jl reasonaDie terms, to any pernn or coinpa oy who mar be disposed to coince in a prolila concern. This quarry is wiihin oily yards of PI or to River, and not more than nine runes from the city. The quality of the stone is excel - and not interior to the Portland. Builders and stone cutters would find it well adapted hi their respective limine. Enquire No. 17 Gold street, or at Spring Garden, one mile above Bull's r errr. THOMAS STEVENSON my 25 1w SAUMliER'ti PATENT RAZOR STROP. Yon that wish to shave with ease, Bay or bAVKDE&s II you please ; Hi Rator Strop's, peculiar such, Thai sharp the Rasor with slouch. SAUNDERS respectfully solicits those VJT. who have not got his Patent Rasor Strop, fumiih theimelves with his new invented Rasor Strop, and Metallic Composition. Mo gentleman who once makes trial or one of the Strops offered, will ever try any others; and suchii formation, that ever so much use will not the razors that roundnes which renders the of litem useless, and which is well known always to follow the application of all those hitherto invented. The alove stroDS are in cenernl in new - aura, ana are uiiunsuuneu iroin an .? - .r i. .. :t l fz ii otliers. Barber who have u( d them lay more their pi site than i caa my sen. G. SAUNDERS, 18 Wall - street. Also for sale, Rainrs, Soap, and every uten lor shaving, of the first quality, with a supe assoitmrnt of Perfumery, llair - rxwdtr, &c. Smyth's, New Bond itieet, London. N. B. The most liberal allowance made to dealers. m 22 J - HJJt 8.1 LK, A country seat, foimcriy owned by Mr. i. Arden, containing about Gfteeu acres of ground, situated on the Last River, short of four miles Irom the city, it is rtruarsnttxe lor iu pleasaut situation and is a vrry di'mrhble resi dence either summer or winter ine ouiiaings good and comfortable ; the ground is in hixh oldtr. and abuntlnntlv supplied with a choice collection ot irun trees mm iiirunnery t were are several inrines ol excellent water on the prmu ses, and two uu.vrries of buildins stone, which micbtbe worked to cieat advaniuce. Purcha ses are invited to view this situation, and ap ply at no. 13 Broadway for term, winch win liberal. . T. ELLISON. tnr 1 3w s" VX SALU OH J) LblstsK, lir,.J Lotsio the 5. 6. 8. sod 10 Wards: many which are on regulated and peved street. No money win do required unaer itn years, ii soio, inieresi excepted. iiuust.s. Several (wo and three story houses, on which a great part of the money remain on mortgage. LANDING AT RED HOOK. An excellent stand for buiines. with ten acres land, pleasantly situated, with a wuarl, storehouse and barn. COTTON end WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, NrtiT New - Haven, with 40 acres nftand. and a never failing stream, upon which 20 mills may be erected, with a sufficiency of water for each. Apply at No. 2 Greenwich - street. Jan 13 tf WHEATON'ei II CH OINTMENT. rilHE lotgand luccessful use of this ointment X is a sulficient recommendation, as it has been found to tie a pleasant, iafe and certain te medy for that disagreeable disease in all its sta 5es. It is for sate in the city of New - York, hi . A. Vf. R. Pott, No. 41 William - street ; I. U T. Clark, No. 1)5 Maiden - Lane ; H. 11. SchieflVlin bl Co. No. 193 Ptarl - strret; Law rence 4t Keest, No. 195 Pearl - street ; Hull 4 Bowne, 146 Pearl street ) R. ti L. Murray, 313 Pearl - street J J. M. Bradhurst, 314 Pearl - street ; John Pen ford. No. 4 Kiel, l.er - itrect ; Duryee ti Poc, in Pearl - street; John C. Morrison, Dili Greenwich - street; John P. Fisher, 106 Broad way : Walter ii Seaman, cornel of Chamber - it. ami Broadway, and also in Chatham - street ; and in short il may be procured al most of the Dru Storei in tbii city Alio in Philadelphia, of b. Witherell k Sons ; George Kartell , North & Ho ten, and almost a1 the druggists in the principal lunui in ii ic uuucu oiuici. MBKwiar. WIIEATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be had a I the a hove places. lanSVBm Miv o ci r.Mvr.i, it - iici . u iiiiiirui iteri friend, and the ladi' - s in particular who re. en.lv ihIIk.I on her. Il.ul l.er .,,nri,.nl. . I. . Ii k.lL'l L .1 ........ .... ..... now ready for Uie reception of pupils for thr piano forte ; also, that she is desiurus of obtain ingtwoor three more pupils, who the would have no objection to wait upon at their own hou ses, should It l preferred. Ihe moat reiect t trie iciitiiiw. ...u ir Eirai. n Kmiieiuuu mm bis wile may tie accommodated with board. my 12 lm V hite - stoet, Ni. 3, Cll. COMMEKC1AL SCHOOL, 3 HOOSCVkl.T - lrKKBT, BY ISAAC F. BRAGG. Late teacher of penmanship in the Adelpl.i school rilHE apartments in this establuhment are fi' - J. ted up with a superior decree of peatne. The Young Ladies' Room, completely distinct from the outers, it is believed will not merely be found commodious but comfortable aod elrgaat A Drawing Master, of eminent qualifications, f recently from Londw.) is engaged to give in struction in that branch twice iu the week. Hit elegant collection of specimens, in rare flowers, velvet paintings, landscapes, fcc. will gladly be exhibited lo such as may oe pleased to can. The term will lie very moderate, and th ex ertion lo render landscape drawing, Ax. inter - esting, by the preparation of view expressly for the school, and occasional practice Irom mature, with clear illustrations ol Ui rules ol perspect ie, it is believed will insure encouragement. la arithmetic, the principalis determined miMM. n.m. I n ...nrw.pl .K. l.uk . ii.r.f I . . - t - "I - Mr. "p. ' wuichtlie recent exanuuatioa or hi pupils bus given rise io. i ne laciuty with which comuuca led celcalations were Derformed bv many ol his puinw, in in mind, without any aid to the me niory, iiowever it may bave impresed with thel idea of" getting by rote," was the result of fre - l Sem pracuce alone, and proves that boys may .iiin an inc lacinues which are commonly th resaltoflong practice in counting bouse. I - far. I l..u k i , ' .... ..re, rrii, wnni. Airpiiuauoos for tbe.admissioa of boys, will be it - i.. - rr."wr u "I ol June, againsl which time it is inleodedlo iocrcaseUw accom - modatiofts. 26 lm bis of fee, will son the few of V ikud are ! - 43 X tels five dent the first teen to the tal the I 1 - - I I to .p l I - - l l i 1 my VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE, Ik' TK tITT of siw - rois. t?IVEIotsofgroaadoathe west side of Green - 1 wicb - itetT, between Vestry and Detbroe - ses streeis, 25 by 80. I oar do in the rear oi ne soots, rroowra on the rait side of Wathinston - strcet, 25 by 8U. Eiidit do in the block below, hetween vvatn - ington and West - streetf . ..... i in montgomeTT vooaiy. COM acres of Land in Lawrence's purchase, near East Canada Creek, oo the north side ol the Mohawk. Id r rank I in County. - 15.162 acres of Land, in the towns of Mount Morris and Dayton. in uses county. 7832 acres of Land in the town of Barryniore. In the Count of Lewis. 1250 acres of land in Casterland. diastasis Purchase. " In Saratoga County. 1 2600 acres iu Palmer's purchase. Enquire at the office of the subscriber, 34 Ce dar - street. BEV. ROBINSON. mh 17 tf UilKAH (JAaH UKOCERY hi OKU Corner of Grand and Rynder - strects, directly onnoaile Centre Market. JAMES P. ANDOfc respectfully informs his friends and the public in general he has re moved from corner ol Broadway and Reed - it to present stand, where he solicits a continuance public patronage, and hopes by his unremitted exertions to obtain the belt of Liquors aod other articles in hit line of business, thereby to render the uott pcriect satisfaction. N. B. J. P. A. keeps conMantly for sales remrol assortment of tist rate Teas. Surar. Cof Spice, Liquors of all kind, tic lie. which be all ditposed ol at a modirrate advance, my 2 1m 7U LKT, The eleeaot 3 storr house No. 7 Hud - street, whh h commands a lruarit view of raric ana river, rorsesiion muy ie uaa in u day i. Alio for sale, the furniture ofsaid home. It it the best quality ; well Gtted, aod suitable to a genleel family. Apply as nuove. my 11 tf MR. LEE'd SELECT SCHOOL, I70R the instruction of a sirclk ci.ais or BOTs.in evcrr detiartmentof literature anil science neieisnry to a liberal education, (the languages excepted) will tie 0eurd on Monday, the lit day of June next, at No. ii Park Place. N. U. The organisation .of the class will be completed in thetirsl week of the quarter, alter which no new member can be admitted. Those therefore who intend to pafronise the institution, requested to give Mr. I.LL notice thereof, fore the end of May, at No. z Dey street, or, Harrison street. Tuition 12 dollars per quarter, my 19 2w BERGEN ORPHANS COURT, Ol the Term of March, 181 8. Catharine Schuyler, Administratrix, 4c. f ol John A. Schuyler Rule, under Statute. deceased. rpiIK court older and direct, That Catharine Schuyler administratrix of the eoods, chat and credits of John A. Schuyler, deceased, public notice tofhe creditors of the dece to brine in theirrlaims and demands nsaintl estate of the said decedent, on or before the day of May, in the year of our Lord eigh hundred aud nineteen, by pulling up notices thateiiect in five of the most public place in county of Bergen, for the spare of two months, and advertising the same lor the like space of time in a newspaper printed and pub lulled in the state of iNcw - Jersey, tod in a news tmpt r printed and pulmshed in the city ol new Voik A true transcript from the record. ap 20 2m JOHN A. BOVU, Sui'gnte. GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. TM1K Pretideil and Directors give notice, JL that a dhidend of four per cent on the cam stock of the company for the latt six months, will he paid to Die blockholders al their Ulhce, No. 55 Wall - street, on and after the 1st day ol Jane next. The Transfer book will he closed on 21st instant. By order of the board of Dircc tors. lUlHAHU UVStn, Juur. my14dlm Sec'ry BOARDING. FOUR or five gentlemen with their families, or, ten or bfleen single gentlemen, can be accommodated with board and lodging at Mount Vernon Hotel, about five miles from the city of New York, oo th bank of the East River, and one of the most pleasant situations on the island. ne rooms are spacious ana airy, imvnii; a iun view of the river; coach house and stables. Terms liberal, and every attention paid, by the public's humble servant. . ,"7ri - a i itwd r luy t llll s,4nn ii.u. K5 - WHEATON k DAVIS, Fancy Chair Manufacturers. No. 153 Fulton - st. optioiite St. Pauls Church, oiler for tale, wholesale and re tin, a large and elegant assortment uf Curld Maple, plain puinled and ornament ed in gold H bronre, bamboo, ptoiu and Uiit Bans, ivoca - mg, hewing, and Coaversa - ti'jn Chairs, Sofas, Settees Lnungees, Music Stools, tic Orders from any Part ol Hie continent executed wnn iieiune.sann dispntch. ... . i . Uid t.hain repaired, painted and ornamented my 19 CAIUIUCKS, fcc. KOIl SALE, ATTHB Rtl'OSITOHT, WaLXER STftKET Two handtom coaches, very little used ; one strong do. suited for a stage t an iMgaut tilbery gig, very t IL - ht : one Knztish tilberv iln. a ie - .t variutv nfnpw md second - hand wagtroni iclso, a few good family aud s.idvlle horses. Persons, who wish to dispose of their horses or . t. - t iii 11. i "n - ,agcs of any kind, would do w. - U to sc... them unw into this etlilhmcnt, as the demand is considerable. Those who wnnt an advance of cash, can have it on delivery ol the articles t and such as wish lo sell and keep their horses. Sc. ebewhere, can have them sold by leavin their instructions at the Repository. my 23 II jveip dkessixg boom. FRUMENTO, No. 1 Wall - street, Just re A turned Irom Italy, has Uie honour to inform the gentlemen, that he cuts and dresses hnir in the latest sty le, and in a mat ner so as to adopt ii io uie pnisiognomy. tie nas ror sue a quanu - iy oi ii.ai.uii3 oi ue ursi quality, ii niey oa not please oo trial, the purchasers aie at libtrtj io return inem, sou receive me money, nena lilifi wiu fit nrurefl 1 i.tv line rion. MIUl PllHlfe, I J f to icstore ramrs ion very sieenciige ana snouia ity noi rm ne win receive no recomptnee. 1 hose gentlemen who may please to honor him wnn ineir pairooage, may oeiena on uie sn - ni particular arm rcspe - ;iui aiienaam e. Frnmtoto has just received a few setts of the celebrated nlasguios I al Baca iwsors, wnr ranted ol uamiicus sieei oi a suenor quncny Amateur may shave tliemselves luxuriously. .... i . n, venllema who sunicnoe oy ine quar ter will have tbeir raxors, 4c. kci exclusive ror themselves, P. 8. A good joemf rni watiteJ. Apptj iinirf rsrif - T.ytd I - " ' - 'I mi iti at lo in a above. uh 6 tf IXPEMT10VS, TBJl FELLVfQ. A - J"h. - f tjZi - L.lll It STEjiM - UUA tUXbS, , roa MiLAuaLraiA. Through in one day, and by day - light 0J N Monday lbs litis ol May untant, a tins ol uost - coacnes and steam - boats between New - York and Philadelphia will be commenced. The paweogers will leave White - Hall in New - York every day (Sundays excepted) at 6 o'clock yi. in bis excellency vice - presideut V. U. Tompkins commodioaa and speedy steam - boat NAUHLUc, proceed to Bmtol by tna Stalen Island and Woodbridje torapike, and take the steam - boat at Briitol al 2 o'clock, and arrive iu Philadelphia at 4 o'clock the same day. 1 he roadi on the land part of this line are turnpiked and in excellent order ( the country and village through which they pass n elevated, pUarau and healthy, the outs is the nearett at pretenl travelled between the two cities ; the various and extensive views which it gires of the ocean, the bays, sound and river between New - York and aew - Urantwick, make this the most epe ditioui comfortable and plcatant lour now exist ing between New - York and Philadelphia. A second post chaise will leave new - xork eve ry day (Sunday's excepted) at 10 o'clock, iu the steam dobi Atlanta, iroin White nan, ny way of Klizabethtown, Bridgetown. New Bruns wick, Princeton, lodge at 1 fcnton, take the - nni boat at Bristol, and arrive in Philadelphia iuo'cicck. t are inrougu xa. For seats in the above lines aoplv at the office, No. III! Broadway. All goods and baggage at the risk of the own' ers. . JOHN N. CUMMING, Newark. J. GUL1CK. SONS k CO. Princeton. STOCKTON k HOWELL. Philadelphia. 1t Expresses scut to any part of the TJuittd slates, iiy J. tJAn.Hl, uULICn. U CU. mv 1 1 AOTICE. rjy Steam Boat Olivk Bkabch will sail every Sunday, at 1 1 o'clock round ' - .stalen island, and occasion1 ally, n the wiuJ and tide will permit, to the hook. This beautiful sail will contribute both health and pleasure, and is as cheap a re creation as can be found. Parties who mean to partake of this amusement will, if convenient, give iu their names the day preceding, at the oltiee in Market lie Id street, north side ol the Bat' tery. Dinner on board, at the usual prices. Passage 8s children half price. my 13tf SWIFT - SURE MAIL COACHES, lOR FHILADKLPBl A. ej - . OCT Lave Aew - orK t - S every inoruing (Sunday'sex - incepted) at 8 o'clock, and rive in Philadelphia u I ar HatTto'dinu next iitiiHr. The puhlick house are good, and reasonable their charges. The drivers, horses and coaches are not inferior to any others now running be tween these two cities. J lie heautilul country. and the excellence of the roads on this rout, connected with the safety, comfort, and reasonable ex n te. are beleived to be stron inducements lo travellers in giving this hne a decided prefer ence. The strictest attention will be observed by the proprietor! in giving general satisfaction, All liarfiraire and packages will go at the risk ol Die owner uuless insured and receipted fur by the cierx oi said once. Stage lure only S3, with a generous allowance of b.iggage. Parties wishing to travel at their leisure, may engage tne tvuach on reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, hv apn!ii)L'on av previous lo starting. r or seats apply at ISorthcrn Hotel. Io. 79 Courtluudt - slreet, New - York. np 2 Proprietors WOIICK. For the furtlier accommodation oftlie puhlic, the de parlure ol the r ireliy iron New - York nnd NcwburgL will he iu lutuie on the lollowmg das : Leave New York on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. Leave Newburgh on l'ucsday, Friday and Sunday at 8 A. M. The above arrangement will commence by the rireoy leaving JNewburgD on Sunday, the Z4ui Mar. I he Western Stage leaves Newburgh immc diately alter the arrival ol the f ireny. my eX)K SALE. i a noure ana iarm on i uroc - s mt, iu , r ti , ... the town anil county of W estchesler, fourteen miles from N'ew - Yoik. Ttie farm contains bout one hundred acres of excellent land in good fence, a large barn and other convenient out buildings, a good house two stories high, with four rooms on each floor, elegantly situated on the banks of the East River ; the situation un commonly healthy ; the neighbourhood the most respectable ; anundance oi iruitot ine oeti selection ; scale and shell fish in great variety taken before the house. 1 or further information apply to the ubscriber on the premises. my 1 2m s i Knife.: B. liurr.UAi. A 1'ATLNTLD IN Vt.M'lON, For the convenience and comfort of ladies. IT is well known by all ladies thai their cloak 1 pms, (as they are called) alias curtain pins, particularly large one, in a very short time. from the weight of the curtaia, and from other causes, near so large a hole in toe wood id which tliey are inserted that they become loose, insomuch that they droop and lopk ill, and moreover ofletflimes drop To prevent this ef fectually, a person has invented that which will prevent the inconvenience alluded to ; and any lady, or citn a eeiitUmun, can be convinced ol the fact by applying ul No. 2 Dey street, where the invention is to be teen : the ex puise is a mere trifle, and cloak pins already in use can, aud will be, readily altered to the proposed pun. ray 19 3w J'MV.iTE LODGLYU A SINtiLK Gentleman can be accommoda I i ed, with a furnished or unfurnislied room, with breakfast and lea, in a small and genteel family. Inquire at the store, No. 12b Broad way. may 21 PROSPECTUS for reRi.isnixo ay scascRirTtorr A M AP OF MEXICO AND LOUISIANA. ' I 'HE publication of this Map has be;n under - 1 taken with the impression, that it will ex - hi nit information, highly interesting at tl.il event - lul crisis , and (lit valuable Mas which the author has procured, during his several tours tLrouili Mexico, in ine years iuuo, jhui, mis, iui j, llild, 1B16, end 1817. induce him to heleive thai the Map, with even all its imperfecuoni, will he much the moil perfect winch has B jxared be fore the public. This Map will contain the latest and belt in formation from the discoveries and possessions of the American, Spanish, Russian, British and French travellers and navigators and representing the claims of their respective ejovemments on the Northwestern coast of America. The Map will include that portion of North America, which lies between the Isthmus of Da - rien, aud the43th degree of North Latitude, nnd from the Mississippi lUver westwardly to the Pacific Ocean. In site (tie Map will be about six by five feet, and will ie protected on a scale of 40 miles to Ihe inch, to be delivered to the subscribers al fifteen dollars 'ach. Natcbes, March?, 11513. ap7tAo1 ffil To Let al Bhomingdalt, RiTil Any person desirous of a country res' deuce, can obtain one on m - xU rste terms, sit uated about six miles from town, on Uie premises are, a very commodious Louse, couch - house. Arc. an excellent garden, well stocked with frti t and punted, tins Sprintr with vege tables of various kinds they can either have il Willi or without the grounds belonging to it a tny be preferred, there i also several articles of ftirniUire, and oil.e. things belong; ing ti the place, which will be cither rented or sold if wihed fir. For further particulars, - and rv. . ins on At It . 9 1 P?ij - at No. 11 i cxri - strtet. n.y 22 2 CJVI0.Y LLYE. , . . lA fci,i - ai a. IQzMs? vr e 11 t' il 1 L A D Twenty - five mile land Brunswick and Trentoo. In new pott coaches $5 Do. good stages, 4 50 Connected by Die steam boataOUVE BRANCH PHILADELPHIA. The steam - boat Olive Branch will leave New - York every day, Sua - day. excepted, from the north side of the Batte - bi u o'Liirtis: a. in. raHCD?en win louee & . . m an ill 1 - I I ijers win lodge Ti ..,1 i.l. .l.sm.l.il PhilaiUt. nhia. ta as to arrivs in Philadelphia at 10 o'clock .rL.7. :.. .: - ... II - ;. - , " yiuiuujji . w Lino Baltimore steam - toals. i nil uue nu acoouocuou wuii uio - i - i i - . - il. .L - f . i the Delaware and Chesapeake to Norfolk hKo those of the North River and Sound ; and their several arrivals are calculated lo cause litUe, if any delay. 1 his u a speedy and certainly the most con - venient rout, as the passengers will leave New - UCCI SWSS SV V W Aw - d, and arrive in Phila - f business, without fa - ! of sleep, th. land ora ancr ine dbdks open, aui delphia before the hours of busi lljUQ iu iiv!iiue ur wnijv vi ecui mo ' I carnage being much less than by any other route lietweenthe two cities. the Union Line Steam Boat Office, in M ketfield - street, north side of the Battery, be tweeo Greenwich tl Washington - streets, or lo 1 be CAP I A1N on board 0O All goods and baggage at the risk of (be owner. ap 'tHt. oOCAX STEAM BOAT - UtfU. The proprietors, with utnvi iui.viuiuuu.u,it f public, by extending the line Norwich, intend making the experiment with the Fulton, Cept. Law, and this route (if found practicable) will be continued during the season. '1 he line will in future be from New - York to Norwich, ns follows : The Connecticut, Capt. Bunker, will leave New - ork every Monday, tdnttday and Friday, at 0 o'clock, in the morning, for New - Haven. The Fulton, Cart Law, will leave A'orvuh at 6 o'clock in the morning of the same days, touch at A'cu - IiWira and depart from thence fur jstv iiavtn at 11 o'clock. The boats will meet - - - w. .... - I at Aw Haven, nnd tlepnrt from thtnee every Monday, IVcdnet. invalid Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening the ' 1 1 .... t i x. - v i. i .i t - i. . c Connecticut for AVir - l'or. nnd the Neie - lMirlvn arid AoittWt. mh!7 A.L.T'lJ IJIVVU Vt'L'aXI LfIUTV tt",UJh ins Jt$mf runt g r n Wafn running four times a week, asfoliow. : - v uvan triii tvHiiunitc A. M ; Wednesday, al 5 P. M. ; Friday, at 9 n t'uo. it, iBft.ti .K." vii j ucMjai. di I a a... . .. .i, , .. iu... v..u t j . i a. Ai. nnd Saturday, at 5 1'. INI. ol each week neiday, 1 hurtday, and baturday, at H A. m. The above arrangement will commence by the Chaurellor's leaving Albany on Monday, the 1th May, at 9 A. M. and the Richmond leaving New Yo.konTu.eday, (he I2tb at 9 A.M. Th i'ir.s'l i.... x...V.,.ir n. iw... Thursday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. for New nurgn, and returns on .Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at BA.M. my 2 NiitMiiiRbii and iasamiaiuuamail - btauk TnRKB TIM KB A 1VKP.K. IEA VKS Newburgh eve - J ry Sunday, Tuesday. and lliuisduy momincs, at three o'clock, runs through Montgomery, filoominghurgh, Monlicelln, by White Lake, Coshecton. Mount I'leasant. Great Bend, Chenango Point. Oweea. llhica. and Ge - net a, icvaoanoaigaa. Ketui lung leaves Canandaigua every Man day, Wednesday and Friday mornings at three o'clock, and arrives at Newburgh, the third ilav in time to take the 8teuin.bnals which nrrivf In .ir.Ym If 111 ft.llnu'incr mr.ri.int. I rrr It may be expected that at all timet when the ittam - boatt alter their dayt of running, that thit icun wuH iiucr wj y ru""" ImemU alter o at to meet them. The whole rodte will be perfomed in three day, Irom the first of May, until the first or novcniurr anu imm inc nrai us rtuvemuer i until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until the first of May, in four days - and from the 15th December, un - 1 ;i l.. ;rir.il. rvi.rfl. tl. ..sn,. Ih.e will h(l continued to the city of New - York ami run from thence to Canandaigua in four uavs. rassenger travellinsr from iew - ork to Canandaigua, Niagara or Butlalo, can leave N. York in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in I Canandaigua in Uiree days a distance ol three hundred mile. The line is well furnished with good, new carriage i good horses, and carciui ana experienced unvers r.very aucn - tion will be paid lo render the passage of the traveller safe, easy and expeditious ; and it is believed that the accommodations on tins line are equal to any line in the state. (Tj FA Kb 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 Owcgo Tioga Point, thence through Newtow n and Painted Post, to Bath, foQt sw . a srr t rr . 1 - a ax. v. .riK. UAOU AUt, USU.., U,C rk V. Ul, 0llerS. David Godfrey. Bloomingburgb, r. ci. jonn, ujouni rieaidiii, i . ... i i a . . n . ' b. Si R. planning, Chenango, ,rroprie. Luther Gere, Ithica, j tors. Samuel OreeoluT, ucneva, l Oliver Phelps, Laming, J mh 14 d6in w ion BltQAD - WcVK J UUBOIs, Wgs leave to inform the public . that he hai just received, per hn.Bac - tf - l.ua. nr.rl .I.;., t io..r... frrtm l..ui.tw. . ....1 carnage, viaew - C3 . t r s aortment of articltsin the musical line, amongst ry, Maps, Globes, and select I'hiloiophscal l Ap - which are some very elegant small Piano - Fortes, parnfus, tin use of which the pupils wlllt and a particularly elegant roie - wood grand cabi - taught, and made familiar with the most import - net Pi.nn.k'nrlp. nnl nnil trikin esneriments in Natural 1 hllOSO - Als the new invented Metronome or patent ilr.f imn ht ftlnp. L - ill. . l - .rl narirf rr..nl il r.u Music, which he offers lor sale wholesale or re tail, on Ihe most reasonable trrms, my 8 .VAS AKH BILIUUS PILLS. r IllCil have been attended with a degree V V of lucresi highly grateful lo the liiveul - oi 's feeling, in several parts of the Weit Indies, and Die Southern and Middle States, particular ly in New York, Itutadtlpl.ia, Baltimore, tic The operation ol these pills are perfectly mild. so as lo he ued by peradn ia every situation aud oftierv nre. They are excellently adapted to carry of su - peifloui bile, nnd prevent its morbid secretions ; to restore and amend the appetite ; to produce a tree perspiration, and tbtreby prevent Coldi which are Ollen of fat il consequence A dose never fails to remove a cold, if taken on its first piarance. They are an infallible preventive oi Uiiioui and Matigr.itnt Fever, and should be procured lo ue, by every seaman nnd traveller. Prep - irrH and sold ut LEL'S Medicine Store, No. 46 Maiden Lane. LI ruggiits aud country store keeperi supplied on I4eral terms. toy lo ' - sUsutaiBgaithckaowaow tod.ai.. . ' ' , twee thinv. sh.w.ff - - ve - r - wiuer, . . DOCTOR H0R5r.form.rt, of th city of iHKiue. aa, ukimberof the faculty cpLsj. and surgery there, deems it UrTl ty to repeat some oosenraUon 0. the abuse of MERCURY. 1 rash, indiscriminate, and unqeal" "" ""'T m'rcurialiied out 'of ex,."" T'Jt.r? iu f. - - UIU4HIC tuucniei. j tica - Ul results chiefly to this source. u, . "17 "S" . . pity. tle dadlng Tpu'SS M ! 'I2E?!L.mJ oung man. the hnne r way from all the urosrei. i ,i;.;"7. . V wav irnm ah th .., i :.. wv" . I m vuiu asc SKI 111 lln k hTHurnnuoiuJ r Ol III and by a disease not in it ma Tn.. t.' . rl which Onlv mom nn. fro. li. '".,!,laI (tB.ii4 7" "s." - 1 "unprorjer ".r"" " Kmiiemar, (tate ir. H's b. ,.,i - rr.hi:."i.. r 1 v'" "a Deea www iicutxur iirnnv a r.ri rnit l . ZLYJZ? x years. D. H:h - uw; '"V"a U were carious, and his flesli dronrJn fri ,i M bis friends declared he could not m?"" two months longer. Thousands exneriuuni t know with what ease and safety nr u , - - w suu sNnciV MTb H i r cate, me severest cases, and confirms tS'c.' ; DSor P (adyerUsimr) u . SfJ n j n, - m f'.i . i , nc uuure ef 7,7 - .i. i.nrer. Tr . . ? Pri. pri. iun, are lion, nr conceal thf A,urAar :ti . . . coam. :j:v.i...:u;:.7.. .c - - rr." recov.. , .u... leuidins Of SO old cut. or uuier impunuKa u. me mood, a well .. VTu' er complaints of a delicate natnTe. ii - sex. should remember posterity, an? h7 ;. r,r to their coniciericeS, makin - .IVH" to Dr. II. at his old KMIC4 '" of Old - s hi), to obtain thai n... ...7T WM" i" - ui.mure. And hsra let me claim your s:noui attention Remcmh., a superficial cure is no cure at all : unlet fh - k! sinensis radically done, yo will certain! i,t 'he disorder break out again wilii redoubled m lignity. at some future period ; perhaps then wilt netooiaie lor remedy, thin't you often m.i the streets miserable, mutilated he iuj. even a hit ofnoscon their face? TafceS! I beseech you. ur. it's, character ror skill nnd stubborn inf i!y being universally known in thiscily. sinr. 104, guarantee to patients that delicacy iud , 1804. rpvhillil.rli1 nrllnnuin ...I Ii..i1h . r . . . - - j 7 - .JLUUetl Ills practice foryears past, exclusively to therum " i 7 "."V""B cununea. hit diseases of the blo.d system, they may safely cal. culateonthe most decided advantases incoa. ...n;nl)P 14 Gleets eradicated mtw or three weeks Stnctures removed without bougies nr any oth - a, inilrnmnnl . anrl nil .tut.' I. : ... . l - . old riratio Muff, to "iu" . .,f,Viu '? Zt. rl' , P""? ted that paUenU are not exsed toeKh other's uincmuuu. uuco iii nan nasi a in ine vH..n . . .. . . - : rj ''e"T,ton.c?ea ?.re 'ttvlea V. a ailing, and speaking with Dr. H. which is tree oi coiu aoii uere uie uoctor cannot avoid th '.j".y 'Sj ;" V """."? ' oeciuea preierence tit is presumea wi njusicausei long given him by """ KH "V, ,. A letter mnst be post paid. 'svr. uucnauao. Jt.ll tit.n ..OA tlix JYVH JMPUil - TIOX. Dill. EVANS' superior method of curing a certain Disease, isnow universally acknowledged in this city ; his mode ol trea tweet is perfectly mild, safe, e - peditious. and his chare, reasonable. In every u stance he warrant a cure. and will return the pay if h does no't perform agreeabl to contract. . - i lie .vi..i" uinuj. vuarivnu. There are many persons in this city and iu vi cinity, laboring under various chronic diseases, ui:h as cancers, old inveterate ulcers, semful or ln6 "'t ;u "re wa Wder end kidrue, oU complicated complauU . certain nature, bibous and other obstruc. . Rheumatism, ic. which they consider inc.. , 2 they can certainly be cured (in general) by applying at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, No. fecK - snp, oafinx irw.utni in exiensiVS. hospitals in Europe 12 years, under some of th first Surgeons and rhysician in the world, an1 made those obstinate diseases iu constant studj tor 3(1 years. JC JX rjy The subscriber having recently returned rrgm England with an important improvement oo th. artificial snrin? LtG. he take lhl method of informing his friemls and the pul hc, thai all those who are so unfortunate as to be hi want of - 1 .1 . l. l.i.l I I. leg, ur aiui, mvj i an vk wi.uuiuiuuciieu ity applying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. jau 22 WW. run via, i ;; H YDE - FAKK INSTITUTION. A SELECT and private Classical School is established at HyCe Park, Dutches ce - uu - ty, atate of New - York, under the direction and instruction of BENJAMIN ALLEN, L. L. D. The institution is designed to unite with a clai - I HWal MIU ijUgUNI a.UUtauuil UIVUvl lUHgVsr I esI. . . . ... ,,, th. ,.it n W l.an.ni.'.. Alu - icnt Mi.tnr nH (i. L..nh M.ihnimrt. knn,nn .h nJ;n Ai.ii. - 'ji .... . n, . . . nuiiina p Tll. twiiih course will comnriM Enuli.k Grammer. Elocution, Element of History, H he - tor ick, Ucography, I'crunanstiip, elementary ana practical Mathematics, and the outline of Nat ural fhilosophy. Modern Languages will cotspriie the French, Spanish and Italian. Moral aud religious Instruction will be alien - AkA to. a vouth is the most nmner time to in culcate and fix tlioee principle of virtue and pie ty, which ought to direct and influence uie i - duct of future life. The pupils 6r the Institution will be members of the Princiual' family, and under his immedi ate care and government, rarucuiar aueuj.wu will be paid to their morals and manner, lbs government will be strict, tut mild and paren - tal - iu aim shall be to give habits of order aod industry, and inspire a generous emulation. Th. oaliliilinn M. - ,ll fr furniahed with a blbra - phy. Theie will lie considered as reward of I inml rtnrlnrl tnrl ftltrMltlOB ta StUuV. attu CISB - liinle nne of the moit interesting soarce s musemcut and recreation. It is known irom perience Uiat much useful knowledge may w thm incidentally communicated. The teinii are three hundred dollars per an - n.,hl. ..fis.rSrv trnfthinff included. Classical studewU who study the modera iss - guages, will be charged 10 doDnr per quarttf extra for the same. 1 The student! find their beds aaa Deaaira,. The uutnbcr of studenU is limited. .Genus - men therefore who are deirous of placing their ions in the institution, will please to malieaa early application. ,... .Y, ...i.,:.. i. ii,. ;ni;tiitinn. addreis - ed to the lubrcriber. Hyde Park Post Offic, Dutchess County N.Y. will he Pp'y "Ba" ed to. BENJAMIN ALLEN. The simmer term wit commence on ine - t .fM.r niy5 5r" my i ... . 7t nri.' 11 OMAN CEMENT. 60 casks jiouib - meat, just rex eived and foi 'sale M 'J ixin - kvilM A; t - H KAUER, my S3 . .3' Wster - streeU NEW - rORK: ' PRINTED AND PUBLISHED MICHAEL Bvkvn.lM c - No. 49 WiLMAM - STnax.'v rrotTK . BA5K COFFKE - IIONB

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