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ilYUHiUNUEli IS CHANCERY IT A i & OF tl. nt i decretal order of Ibii booora - 1 Lie court, brariag dale the sixteenth day of October last, will l sou. at puDiic TontiueCoffea How, ia the city of New - York, uoder the direction cm irre rauiuiucii to u " matter of tail court, on If tdnesdaa the seventh ' da? of January next, at twe'vt o'clock, at noon, aii ii.&i iwriiii Int. tract or narcel of land, titua - ted in Ibe county of pelaware, io the ttatn of New - York, and is Evan' Patent, ana uowDoy - rt kit thirtv fosr. and bounded at followi : be - einnin. at a (take sod beap ol tone, near a beech iree, maraea no. uu , 6 . ' comer of lot thirty eeo ; thence along the north vMnA ilronr annth urhtr nine degress, west one hundred and twenty eight chain and ninety ii link to a beech tree maricea io. .w iu ji ta - nthj. - tf miner Of lot fNO. 33.) ttUJO tier fiiirty three thence along the eait bounds tliereof, north three degrees, eajt eighty one rhaim mil iKMtv linki to a beech tree marked . No. 31 and 34 ; thence along the south bounds .of lot (No. 31) number iiuny one, norm eisnry nine degrees,east the diilance of one hundred and four chain!, to a itake and heap of ttonet ; thence uiih iklrtv five rhaint and twenty four links to a beecn iree maraeu , iu . nine degreee, east twenty chaioi to the eit hound ol lot thirty five s thence along the same outh forty four claim and ninety six hnki to the .,! - - nr h - mnninr t containing nine hundred and tart nine acrei and three fourths ol an acre of land, with the appurtenances. And also, all that r - rtain other lot. tract, or narcel of land, situa ImI in it. a count of Delaware, in the state of New - York, io Evans' Patent, and known hy praat lot thirty seven, nnd is bounded ai fol lows Beginning at a hemlock tree mark ed No. 37 ami 40, being the northeast corner of lot No. f401 number forty ; thence - lnnr the north bounds thereof, south, eiirh - nine decrees, wcitone hundred and thirty four chains and ten links to beech sapling tnrked No. 36 37 t thence north three de ft a. r,t a - ventv eisht chain to a Oeccb tree with itoncs round it ; thence on the south bound of lot thirty lour north eighty nine decrees, east one hundred and Winy cnaintto a oircu iree narked thirty - seven and thirty - eight ; thence on the west bounds ol lot thirty - eight, south seventy - eight chains to the place of beginning, containing one thousand and twenty - four acres and one rourin oi an acre oi iana wim ine ppurieiium.e - . Dated, December 2, 1817. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Dec 3 lavv4dti Matter in Chancery, frt - The sale of the above prorty is postpo - nedto the eighteenth day of February nr it at the same hour and place. Dated Jan. 7, IRIS. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jan 7 Sawts Mailer in Chancery. The sale of the above property is potponed to the 12th day of May nest, at the same hour and place. Dated Feb. IK, 1818. ' 1 JAMES A. HAMILTON, fehl81awtds Master in Chancerv. The m!p of the above property is postponed to the 23d riny of June neat, at the same hour and place. Dated May 1, 1818. JAMES A. HAMILTON, . my 14 lawlds Master in Chancery. At a Court ol Chancery, held lor the state of New - York, at the Chancellor's Dwelling It . i . r a ,. , U . i loose, in ine ciiy oi niDanj,n uio wmvj - third day of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand tight hundred and eighteen. Present The Hun. James Kent, Esquire, Chancellor. Philip Scbuyler, Philip Jeremiah Schuy - v ler, Rensselaer Schuyler, Stephen Van flCDis - iaer, r. i limp viiuicu, i n ger and Catherine bis wile, John Church, Kudolph Bunner and Elizabeth his wile, Jlichard Church, an imant hy the said Phi lip Church his nest friend, Elizabeth Hani ilion, Alexander Hamilton Morton, Philip Schuyler Morton, Cornelia L. Morton, ti Aesina Mary Moiton, infants by the said Philip Jeremiah Schuyler their nest friend nnd Catharine Van Rensselaer Malcome. John R. Bleerker. Elisabeth Brincker - hnfT, Morris S. Miller, and Maria his wife, Charles E. Dudley and illaudina hit wife. Martha Bradftreet, aapsuti Draostreei, Thomas Morris, Thornas Biddle, John ' Wharton and William Hale and Catherine I hit ne Van Rensselaer bchuyler liu wile, rpHE compramants above named having blcn L their bill in the above mentioned cause fu the partition of the following parcel of land, that - is to nr a parallelogram in the countiei of Onei - . da and Herkimer, in tint state, on the soulti side of a patent granted on the second day of January, 1164, to Joseph Worrell and otlien, commonly called Cosby 's Manor, lying along and upon the south boundary ol the said patent ai its base, being 28 chains and 59 link more or, lei' in - breadth, and the whole extent of the south line or boundary of the laid patent, i. e. 483 chains mors or less in length, and Philip Schuyler, one of the complainants, having made nnaiudavit annexed to the said bill of the truth of the allegation; therein contained respecting the unknown owners of the said parallelogram. It if theretiKn. on motion of Mr. J. V. Il. nry, ofccutvl for tho couinioinaot's ordered that all purties interested 'in 'lie said parallelogram of luml nppor ami mi iwiir the complainant's bill tiled iu the above cause. rv the eleventh dav ol July next, to I hi toil that in caie of default, the complainant's bill may lie decreed to be taken pro confeuo ngaintt all rurh unknown pnrtipt asehall not appear and nower by the said day. And let a copy ofthii older he published for three calendar nionttu, Once Ul ieSl in - vr wrr.iupircn.(iaici si luted in the city of New - York and in the city of Albany. A copy. MOSS KSNT, Register, mtiSO 1aw3m MONEY JO LOAN ON MOUTOAtiE. A t f A DOLLARS are to be had on min rJtvU VfcBinhered property in the city. In - qnlreof myJfltf ASDW. STOCKHOLM. Stock and Exchange Broker, No. 68 William street. and retail copper, pewter, tin and sliet iron kitchen furniture warehouse, No. 38 Mai - den - Lane, New - York ; where may be had Plain tl plan nthed block - tin coflee - poli Do do do bigco j and filterers Io do do tea and chocolate pots , Do do do newest patters dbh covers Do do do sauce and itew pans Do do do tea and coffee urus . Do do do egg cups and boilers Do do do cheese plates and toasters With every other article in the copper, pewter, block - tin, and theet - iroa line, as manalactured and sold at their factory. No. 61 Pultoo - street, four doors above their old CilaLliJiment, where, from their present convenience and acknowledg ed improvements in the mallvxli of workmanihip, the ara enablfVlo receive ;uul execute all or ders ia the aboTriiue, on the shortest notice and at the most reduced whole - ale prices. . B. k F. have received per Ute arrivals an ex tewive 'susorlment of first rate tutania metal. block - tin. and japanoed roods, which, with variety of hard and hollow wurei, they offer for sale on reasonable terms. my 22 2w A COlVfTAkT XL tapcilv of la dies Beaver Hats, fiethfrom tlie ma - nufactmy, mita hie tor the south era market, and packed at tl' , (holiest notice, lat J. WILSON'S. 100 Broadway may 17 B i i ll,.LLU J Ili..l Yon that wish to shave with ease, Buy of Sadjtdem if yon please t Hi Kaxor Strop's, pecnliar such, . . , That sharps the Razor withatonch. GA(JNDR3 respectfully solicit! those . who have not got his Patent JUior Strop, to lurnuh themselves with liu new invented na ior Btrcn. and Metallic Composition. No gen tlemaa who one makes trial of one of the Strops bow offered, will ever try any others; and each is their formation, - that ever so miica use will not P've tlie razors that txieodness which renders the ... 1 I 1 ' L. ' - 1 1 I l oen oi inem useless, ana which ii wcu uwwn always, to follow the application of all those hitherto invented. The above strops are in reneral e in New - York, and are distinguished from all others. Barbers who have used theos say more ia their praise than 1 caa myeii. v gnuni'bi . . 18 Wall - stretL Also for sale. Razors. 8oap, and every utea ail for Shaving, of the first quality, "with supe rior aisorimeni oi reriumery, nair - rowuer, etc from Smvth's. New Bond it i eel. London. N. B. The xooit liberal allowance made to dealers. my St rl VR SJtLH OH IX) LEASE, U;2 IxUin tlie 5. 6. 8. and 10 Wards; many of which are on regulated and paved streets. No money win oe required under itn years, ii ioiu, interest excepted. HUU5U. - Several two and three story houtes, on which a great i.arlol ine money remain on mortgage. . LANDING AT K ED HOOK. An excellent stand for bunne, with ten acres of land, pleasantly situated, with a whan, store hnue and barn. COTTON and WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near Nw - llavcn, with 40 acres of land, and a never failinz stream, upon which 'iO mills may be erected, wub a auoiciency ol water lor eacn. Apply at no. 2 breenwicri street, jan i If WHEAION'S ITCH l)l.TMENT. THE loug and succetrful ute o( this ointment is a suificient recomiDcndntion. as it hut been found to be a pleafanf. safe and certain re mcdy for that dirasrrenhle tliieafe in all its rta - I. r - . l . r I - l. , ti. ii ior saie lu ine cur in new - i orn. i j A. tc 7. R. Vott, No. 41 William - street; I. T. Clark. No. 05 Maiden - Lane : H. II. gchieffrlin Ai Co. No. l'JJ Pearl - street : Law rence Si Keen. No. 195 Pearl - street : Hull & Bowrre, 146 Pearl - street ; K. ti L.Murray, 313 rean - street : j. liraiiiiurit. 314 I earl - street - , John Penford. No. 4 Fletrher - drett ; Duryee A: Poe, in Pearl - itreet: Jolin C. Morrison, 1SS ureenwich - street; John r. hither, 1 Co Broatl - wr ; Walter it Seaman, cornci of Chamber - it. and Broadway, and alio in Chatham - street ; and in shortitmaybe procured at montof the Druj; Mores in this city Also in i'hiladelphia, of ii. Y ilherell & Sons : Gtorte Harrell . North & Ro - rs, and almost all the druggists in the principal iunui in uk vuitcu ciuies. LIHKWI3R, WHEATO.VS JAUNDICE BITTERS ma be had at the above places. jsn2tCm jV Kb bPENCe.K itspettlully iniorini her 1L friends, and the ladies in uarticular who recently called on her, that her apartment! are now ready for the reception of pupils for the piano rorte ; also, that she indeiiorui or obtaining two or three more pupil;, who she would have no objection to wnit upon ot their own hou se, should it Ceprelerred. the most reiiect.i - ble references can be given. A gentleman and his wife may be accommodated with board. my II im vliite - ntrei - t, No. 3. CITY COMMERCIAL SCHOOL, 3 ROOSEVELT - STREET, B T ISAAC F. B R A G C. Lair tt aclier of penmanihip in the Adelphi ichon). "I" HE apartments in tbii establishment are fit - JL ted up with a superior decree of neatness rtio Youns Ladici' Room, completclv diilinct from tlie oil ers, it it believed will not merely fit found comruodioui but comfurtahle anil elegant. A Drawing M alter, of eminent qualifications, (recently from Loncbn,) ii engaged to give in - itnictinn in that nranch twice in the wci k. Hi elegant collection of specimens, in rare flowers, velvet painlingi, landscapes, tic. will gladly he cxluDittd to such as may lie pleased to mil. The terms will be very inoilerate. and the cx erlioni to rondor landscape dra wins, kc. inter esting, by the preparation of views espreitly for tne school, and occasional practice irom mature, with clear illustration of the rules of - .u rsuutt ive, it ii believed will iniuAicouragcincnt. ill Briiiimeuc, uie pnncipai is (icienniueii in spnre no pains to support the high character which the recent examination of Lis pawws has given rue to. The facility with which corisYlica - ted calculations were ptrlnrmed lv many ol his pupils, in the mind, w ithcutny aid to the me - inory, however it may have impressed wilh thi idea of" getting by rote," was the result of frequent practice alone, and proves that boyi may he taught ull the facilities which are commonly the resultof long practice in counting houses, before they leave school. Applications for the adiniiMcn of boys, will be received on or alter the lit of Juik , auinst which time itis intended to increase th. - accom modations. mv261rn Vtir Frenth and Amtricmi Jioardtti: Jloun. HO. 15 WAHRF.U - tTR.I - .KT, BY LAMBERT SIVATTE. LAMBERT SIVATTE seizes this opportunity to inform the public, that on r - nturd.u uest, 30th Mity, his house will be opened for the reception ol Hoarders, as wf u as tor gentlemen travellers, who will at all timet find, beside hit table d'hote at 3 o'clock, dinners served on Hit shortest notice. His hill of fare, which will he daily varied, w ill contain the prices of the differ eut dishes, wines acd liquors. He also informs his friends, that he will undertake to dress din uers fur private families in the Krentb or Ameri can taste, rotipsof all kiudi will lie kepi in rea diness from 10 o'clock iu tlie moriiing till lite. lie hopes, by Lis long experience, hi mm - duity in wuitiru: on his customers, to merit t!ii patronage nf the public at large. rav 2 ill! tl ANTED to lure, h white woman, to do v T the Cookinir and House work of a small family. Apply at No 6 Warren - strcct. mv 28 'IHEKIME AK i. AMONGST the pwsenttiuinerous exhibitions of this city, M. PAl'F fluff rs himself that the lovers of genuine works of old master, will find bis GALLERY OF PAINTINGS, No. 20 Wall - street, worthy their attention, and presenting thtni at the siualltit expense with the most extensive ciauncation. N. B. Old nainlinas repaired and restored tc (heir original lustre, or purcbnied at their utmost valuo. w my S3 tl TO LEAoE OK KOR SALE. That elegant modern built house, situate at the corner of Sauds aud V aMinigtoo. streets, Brooklyn Its size is thirty - one feet front by fifty - feet deep, its rooms so arranged ai to combine everv couvcnicnce lor a rented resiJeuce. It will be sold with two or more lots of ground, at the option of the purchaser. Terms, one fourth cash, the rest in such payments as will be most convenient to purchaser. Apply on the pre mues to C. BALL. may 23 tf rVTOTlCE isherehv eiven, that wo the under Ll signed have been appointed by his honor mcnard inner, Kecordtroi the City or .few - York, accenting to the aft for relief acaintt ah scondine and absent debtor - , trustees lor all the creditors of the persons constitutinc the firm, co - pannersmp or nouseoi trade, or I'rtntusK Carter, of Baltimore, debtors, who reside out of this state and are indebted within it ; tnd all person indebted to the said persons constituting the said firm, copartnership or house of trade, are renni - redbythe tenth diy of June next to pay all debts and sums of money which they owe to liie said persons constituting the said firm. co),irtnership or house of trade, and dtlirer al! nroDertv of the same, which they have in possession, to n, the said trustees. And all creditors of the said persons constituting the said firm. conarnrshin or house of tMdc, are desirtd. by tbe nrt day of Augusi ncn. io ceuver io us, or one o. us, tlitir respective demands asrvnst the same. Dated (he Sth day oi Mar, UiH. WILLIAM C. MLLLIGAN, ) loas ui)ir,prriD I w WM. PROCTOR, . JOSEPH BATES, my "A dUlOiUwtAl I iruticcs. I AwA4iiAT"I.A7X3iAIr. I Uii iaii IV THE CITE Or EW - E0hE. tjIVE lots of ground on the west sideofCreen - ? wich - street, between Vtalry and Oeibros - ses - treets,S5fay 80. ' . 1 Four do ia the rear of the above, fronting on the east side of Washington - street, 85 by 80. . Eight do in the block below, belweea Wash - ingtoa and West - streets. la Montgomery County. GOOO acres ef Land in Lawrence's purchase, near East Canada Creek, on the north tide of the Mohawk. - In Franklin County. 15,162 acres of Land, in the towns of Mount Morris and Dayton. In Essex County. 783S acres of Land in the town of Barry more, i . In tlie Countv of Lewis. 1250 acres of land in Cditerland, Chananis Purchase. In Saratoga County. 9800 acres in Palmer's purchase. Enquire at the office of the subscriber, 34 Ce dar - street. BEV. ROBINSON. mhUtf TO LKT, The elecant 3 storv house No. 7 Hud sou - street, which commands a pleasant view of the Park and river. Pocsessiou may be had in a few dav. Also for sale, the furniture ofsald bouse. It i6 of the best quality ; well fitted, and tuitable to a genteel la inily. Apply as above. my 1 1 if BEROEN ORPHANS COL'RT, Of the Term of March, 1810. Catharine Schuyler, Adruinistratris, ic. ol John A. Schuyler Rule, under Statute, deceased. rPHE court order and direct, That Catharine .L fechuyler administratrix of the goods, chat - tell and creitiis ol John A. bchuyler, deceased, give public notice to the creditors of the decedent to bring in th - ir claims and demands against Hie estate oi (lie said dtcedent, on or before the first diiy of May, in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and nineteen, by putting up notices to that cllrct in five of the most public plncei in tlie county of Bergen, for tl space of two months, nnd Rdvtriiaing me same lor tne line spnre of time io a newspaper printed and published in the state of New - Jersey, andin a newspaper printed and published in the city of New - York. A true transcript from the record, ap S8 i!m JOHN A. BO VI), Sur'gate. GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. THE President and Director! give notice, that a dividend of four per cent on the capi - tul itock of the company lor the last sis monthi, will he paid to the Stockholderi at their Office. No. 55 Wall - street, on and after the lit dav of Jane next. The Transfer book will be closed on the 1 1st instant. By order of the board of Directors. IUCHAUD DUNN, Junr. myl4dlin Sec'ry. BOARDING. IOUU or live gentlemen with their families, ' or, ten or filteen ihiule gentlemen, can be accommodated with board and lodging at Mount Vernon Hotel, about five miles from the city of New York, on the bank of the East River, and one of the most pleasant situationi on the inland. I be rooms are spacious and airy, having a lull view of the river ; coach bouse and stubles. I rrms liberal, and every attention paid, by tlie public's humble servant. a - , srx a t n w my4im una tALnr.i.ij. tWK SALE, A country ieat, formerly owncii by Mr. I). Arden. containing about bitten acres of ground, situated on tlie hast River, short of four miles from the city. It is remarkable for its leasant situation mid is a very detirable resi dence cither summer or winter; the buildings arc enod nnd comfortable : tlie eround ii in bitth onlcr, und abundantly supplied with a choice collection of Iruit trees and shrubbery ; there are several springi of excellent water on the premi - irs, nno two quarries oi nuiuurg iioue, wiucu mi 'M he worked to treat advaniHife. Purcha ses are invited to view this situation, and ap - olv at No. 13 Broadway for terms, which will terms, wiiien w T. ELLISON. be liberal. my IS 3w Ammcan Insurance Cumpanv. THE board nf Directors have this day declared a Dividend cf fifteen per cent, on tlie Capital Stork, for the last six months, payable on or after the lint day ol Juno ntxr, uctween the hours of 10 itnd 12 o'clock. By order of the President nnd Director!. May 12. I8IH. my 16 r. HA i t, Sec'ry. H UOLb.S.iL. A.VO JiLT.ilL HUVK BCNJAM1N LELAND, 145 Broadway, has for sale, a ecneral assortment of Ladies' Kid Vlorrocco, rmnelle and Leather Boots he Shoes, of all descriptions and qualities ; Gentlemen'! Bnols and thoei, of different kinds ; Misses', Uov's and Children's do. do ll which comprise as large and general an assort mint of city and eastern made Shoes, as are to be found in any other store in the city, and will be sold on ac commodating terms. my w iw A'LL orders receivrd and attended to for lay l iu; and repairing the Manhattan lead pipes and citterns or for sink pipes or lead pumps, by SAMUEL S TAUKEY, my 27 tf No. 13 Chamber - street. TU I.JLT. A dry Cellar, under the house No. 29 ine - streit. Enquire of MR. SMEDES, my II tf 134 Pearl - street BOARDING. FEW eenttemen can be accommodated aTA. wild hoard, in a healthy and central part U the city ; terms reasonable. Apply at mySJlw No. 64 Court I and street fc7 - WH EATON IDA VIS, Fancy Chair Manufar. - turcn. No. 153 Fulton - it. opposite St. Pauls Church, offer for sale, wholesale and retail, large and elegant as sortment uf Curld Maple plain painted and ornament ed in gold bronre,bamhoo, piain and uut uam, noea ing, Sewing, and Conversation Chain. Sofcs, Settees Loungees, Music Stools, tc. Orders from anv part of the continent executed with neatness and dispatch. Old Chairs repaired, painted and ornamented my in JV W DiiESSiSO ROOM. A F RUM EN TO, No. 1 Wall - street, just re XJL. turned from Italy, has the honour to inform the gentlemen, tlmt he cuts and diessee hair in the latest style, and ia a tnaroer io as to adopt it to the phisiognomy. I ie has for sale a quantity of RAZORS of the first quality, if they do not please on trial, the parchasen ate at lihertv to return tbem, and receive Ibe money. He has likewise procarcd a very fine hone, and en - age - to rrstore razon to a very keen edge and should thi - y not cut lie will receive no rerompence. Tltose tentienj'31 who may please to honor him wi'h th - ir patronage, may depend oo the most particular and re - rrtful attendance. Frumrhto has iust received a lew letts ol the celebrated Maru;uim Fale Back Razor, war ranted of IJiuncn steel of a suenor quality Amateurs niav shave ttremsetves luxnrioj - lv. K. UenUrmea who luoecrioe cy u quarter will bar their razors, kc kept exclaively for themselves. P. S. A good journeyman waated. Apply at above. aii 0 tf a tr. - Tk a - , - rr roa rMiLtoELPaiA,' ' Tlirouih io one day, and bv day - light. O5 N Monday the I lib of May instant, a una ot post - coaches and steam - boats between New - York and Philadelphia will be commenced. Tbe passengers will leave White - Hall in New - York every day (Sundayi excepted) at 5 o'clock A. M. in his excellency vice - president I). I). Tompkins' commodious and ipeedy iteam - loat NAUTILUS, proceed to Bristol by the Stat en - Island hud Woodbridge turnpike, and take the steam - boat at Bristol at 2 o'clock, and arrive in Philadelphia at 4 o'clock the tame day. Tbe roads on the land part of this line are turnpiked and in excellent order ; the country and villages through which they pass is elevated, pleasant and healthy, the route is the nearest at present travelled between the two cities ; the various and extensive vie wi which it rivet of the cx ean, the bays, sonnj and rivers between New - York and New - Brunswick, makes this the most expe ditious comfortable and pleasant lour now exist ing between ftew. York and 1 luladelphi i. A second post chaise will leave New - York eve ry day (Sunday's excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the iteara boat Atlanta, from White Hall, by way of Ehzabethtown, Uridiietown, New Brum wick, Princeton, lodge at Treul" - , take the team boat at Bristol, and arrive in l'hi'adt - lphia at iu o'clock, r are through j. For seats in the above lines apply at the office, no. l in oroaaway. Ail goods and baggage at the risk of the own - en. JOHN N. CUMMING, Newark. J. GULICK, SONS k CO. Princeton. STOCKTON & HOWELL. Philadelphia, ii Expresses sent to nny part of the United a, - ., i, i niiri n - iri uir i. in mv II NOTICE. ft7 - Steam Boat Olivk Brakch will sail everv Sunday, at 1 1 o'clock round Statcn islnnd. and occasion ally, ii the winJ and tide will permit, to tlie hook. This beautiful tail will contribute both to health and pleasure, and is as cheap a re creation ai can be found. Partiei who mean to partake of this amusement will, if convenient, give in their names the day preceding, at the oiCcein Marketfield street, north side ol tlie Bat tery. Dinner on board, at the usual pricei. Passage Os children h: If price. mylStf SWIFT - SURE MAIL COACHES, FOR fHILADELFBIA. ft7 - Leave New - York eveiy morning (Sunday's ex Lcepted) at 8 o'clock, and ar Erive iu Philadelphia next puhlick houei are rood, and reasonable in their charges. The driven, horses and coach - es are not interior to any others now running between these two cities. Tbe beautiful country, and the excellence of the roadi on this rout, connected with the safety, comfort, and reasonable expellees, are beleived to b strong inducements to travellers in giving this line a decided prefer, ence. The strictest ettention will be observed by the proprietots in giving general satisfaction. All baggage and packages will go at the risk of the owner unless insured and receipted Or by tlie clerk of said office. Stage i arc only 5, with a generous allowance of baggage. Parties wishing to travel at their leisure, may engage the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, by applying one duy previous to starting. For seats apply t Northern Hotel, No. 79 Courtlaudl - stictt, New - York. LYON, SOX, CO. ap 2 Proprietors. NO I ICE. For the further accommo - Attln nf ,I.a ...I.I;a 41. a Am - "'"'ipJ - j Q W I .111 - II 1 1 1 1 . . kill. Ut - r?'. . partiirn of tlie Firefly from :iiri'ew - York and Newbursrb will lie in luture on the following days : Leave New York on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. Leave Newburgh on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday at 8 A. M. J lie above arrangement w ill commence ny the Firefly leaving Newburgh on Sunday, tha 34th May. I he western singe leaves rtewmirgu immediately alter the arrival of the Firefly. my 2. riL ton HALE, ViisJ A bouse and larin on I hrng'i rveck, in the town and countv of Westchester, fourteen miles from New - York. The farm contains a bout one hundred acei of excellent land in good fence, a larce barn and ottier convenient out' buildings, a good house two storiel high, with four rooms on each lluor, elegantly situated on the bank! ol the East Kiver ; tbe situation tin commonly healthy ; the neighbourhood the most respectable ; abundance ot iruitoi uie uesi selec tion ; scale and shell fish in great variety taken before tlie house. For further information apply to the subscriber on ine premises. my I Sua si truti tt. uur A PATENTED INVENTION, For the convenience and comfort of ladies. T is well known by all ladies that their clonk pins, (at they are called) alias curtain pins, particularly large onet, in a very short time, from the weight of the. curtain, aud from other causes, wear io large a bole in tlie wood in which they are inserted that they become loose, insomuch that they droop and look ill, and moreover oftentimes drop out. To prevent tbii effectually, a person has invented that which will prevent uie inconvenience anuoca io ; nna any lady, or ereti a gtntkman, can he convinced ol the fact by applying at No. 2 Dey street, where the invention ii to be seen : the expense is a mere trifle, and cloak pini already in use can, and will be, readily altered to the proxsed plan. ray 19 nw PRIVATE LODGLYG. A SINGLE Gentleman can be accommoda - xjL ted. with a furnished or unfurnished room with breakfast and tea, in a small and genteel family. Inquire at Uie store, No. 135 Hroad wav. may 21 PROSPECTUS FOR PVBLISniNC BT SPBSCBjrTIOIT A MAP OF MEXICO AND LOUISIANA rIMIE publication of tbii Map hat been under A. taken with the impretsion, that it will ex hihit information, highly interesting at this eventful crisis, and the valuable Maps which the author has procured, during his several tonrs thruu.h iviexico, in the yean niuo, iu, ioi, iuis, li;i5, 1816, and 1817. induce him to hcleive that the Map, with even all its imperfection, will he much the most perfect which hat appeared before the public. Thii Map will contain tlie latest and best information from the discoveries and posse;sioos of the American, Spanish, Russian, British and French travellen and navigator! and representing the claimi of their respective governm - nts on the Northwestern coast of America. Tbe Map will include that portion of North America, which lies between the Ltbmus of Da - ritn, and the4Uth degree of North Latitude, and from the Mississippi River wettwardly to the Pacific Ocean. In size the Map will be about sis by lire feet, and will be projected on a scale of 40 miles to tbe inch, to be delivered to tbe tubscriben at fifteen dollars rarb. Natches, March 7, 1C 18. ap7(Aul To Let at liloomindate, Anv person desirous of a country rcsi dence, can obtain one on moderate terms, sit uated about six miles from town, on - the pre mises are. a very commodious house, coach house. c. an excellent garden, well stocked with fruit and planted this Spring with voire tables of various kinds tbey can either have it with or without the grounds belonging to it as may be preferred, there is also several article of furniture, and other thinga belong ing to the puce, which m ill be either rented or told if wished for. For further particulars, apply at No. II Pearl - street. my 2 v duv to dinner. The t . rt - lulLADfihfnlAi Twenty - five miles .land carriage, via New - Brunswick and Trenton. In new post coaches ' $5 Do. good stages, 4 50 Do. forecastle or deck passengers 3 60 Connected by the steam boats OLIVE BRANCH and PHILADELPHIA. The steam - boat Olive Brauch will leave New - York every day, Suu - day! excepted, from the north side of the Battery, at II o'clock A. M. Pasngen will lodge at Trtntou, and take the steam - boat Philadelphia, so as to arrive in Philadelphia at 10 o'clock the next morning, in time to take tlie Union Line Baltimore steam - boats. This line has a connection with tbe best boats on the Delaware and Chesapeake to Norfolk ; as also those of the North Hiver and Sound; and their several arrivals are calculated to cause little, if any delay. This is a speed r and certainly the mo4 con' venient rout, as the puiscagirs will leave New - York after the batiks open, and arrive in rima delohia before the hours of business, without fa limie in travelling or want of sleep, the land carriage being much less than by ouy other route between the twocities. For seats in the above line apply to WILLIAM B JAQUES, At the Union Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar ketfietd - street, north lide of the Battery, be tween Greenwich i WaHhingtou - strects, or to Tbe CAPTAIN on board. 05 AH goodi aad baggage at the risk of (he owner. np 4 Tilt. aOUA'U BUAT - LIJYE. c rr. The proprietors, with vlptv nf firrrtntfiinrfritiii? the public, bv extending the line jtto Norwich, intend makinz tho experiment with the Fulton, Capt. Law, and this route (if found practicable) will be continued during the season. The line will in future be from New - York to Norwich, ai fellows : The Connecticut, t'apt. Bunker, will leave New - York every Monday, Wedividau find Friday, at 8 o'clock, io the morning, icr New - Haven. The Fulton, Capt Law. will louve .Y - r;! it :t 0 o'clock in the morning ol t;it. - i:iiiir drii .' 'Mich ;itr - oi(ofi and depart (rii r.rc Inr . tie - H arm at ti o'clock. The l.iis w ;ll meet it A'ru iiaiin, aud depart from ,l. ti e v:iv Monday, fi tdnrt - dau and Fridav, at 7 o'clock iu the evcmii" I he Connecticut .'or Veir - York, and the Fulton for AVw - lAHaan and JVoi v - ich . inh 1 7 JfUHTH KiVKh SI FAM BOA TS. fcJ - Outbe lltb of May, the Boats will commence running four timet a week, as follows: A Boat will leuve New - Y oik on Tuesday, at 9 A. M ; Wednesday, at 5 P. M. ; Friday, at 9 Al. and Saturday, ul 5 r. Ai. ol each week and a bout will leave Albany on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 0 A. M. The above arrangement will commence by the Chancellor's leaving Albany on Monday, the 1 1th AIav. at 9 A. M. and the Richmond leavine New York on Tuesday, the 1 Sib at 9 A M. The Fire - Fly leaves New - York on Tuesday, Thunday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. for New - burgh, and retui nsou Monday, Wednesday and i nu.iy, ai ii n. m. my x NEivbiHi.n and tAStnuAidii mail - si aoe TflREB TIMES A Wt'.s - .K. svr?rrf I EAVES rewburi;h eve - J2jy?iYvfland Thursday mornings, nt ihiim - . - inree o ciocb, run mrougii Monieomerv, Bloomincburirh. Monticelio. bv White Lake. CoOieclon. Mount I'leasant. Great Bend, Clienango Point, Owega, lthica, aud Ge neva, to van:md.ti:ua. Returning - leaves Caiiamlairria every Mon day, Wednesday and Friday mornings at three o - ciock, and arrives at Newlmrirh. tbe thinl day in time to take the Steam - boats which arrive in New - York the following' morning. (TJ" nay be erpecfrd that at all ink s uhrn tlu steam - boatt allrr thttr dayt of running, that this Itne mil alter so as lu mitt th'in. Tlie whole route will be perfumed in three days, the firt of May, until the first of November and from the first of November until the flfleenlli of December, and from the fifteenth of March until the first of May, in lour days and from tlie 15th D cember, in til the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York and nin from thence to Cauamlaiinia in four davs. Passengers travelling from New - York to Cananriaigua, Niairani or Buffalo, can leave N ork in tlie evening steurn - boats, and arrive in Canandaigua in tin ee days a distance oftluee hundred miles. The line it well furnished with good, pew carriages ; good horse - , and careful and esperiencctl drivers Every atten. tion will be paid to render the passage of the traveller safe, easy and expeditious i and it is believed that tlie accommodations on this line are equal to anv line in the ttate. OCT l - AKE from Newburgh to Canandaigu rUUKlbKiM DULL MIS. N. B. A branch of the same line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Auhum. Also, line runs from Owcgo Tioga Point; thence through Aewtotvn and fainted I'ott, to Uatli, He. V BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of th owners. David Godfrey. Bloomiogburgh,' E. C. St. John. Mount I'leasant. . L. & R. Manning, Chenango, I Proprie - Luther Uere, I tinea, I ton. Samuel Greeuliff, Genera, Oliver Phelps, Lansing, mh 14d6m 126 buOaaB - wse: WDVBOIS, begs leave to inform the public . that he has just received, per bripjBac - chiir, and shin George, from London, a central assortment of articles in the musical line, amongst ii are some very elegant small riano - . ones, win n particularly ciigruu rote - wood grand cabi net Piano - Forte. Also the new invented Metronome or patent self - time heater, with a larse assortment of new .nunc, which be f ilers lor sale wholesale or re tan, on the most reasonable terms, my 8 HAWS AA'J I - B1UOUS PILLS. VA7HICH have been attended with a degree VV ol success highly grotcful to tie invent - or'i feelings, in teveial parrs of the West Indies, and th - Southern and Middle Slates, particularly in New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Ac The operation of these pills are perfectly mi:d. jo as to be ucd by iersom in every tituatiou and of every age - . Tboy are excellently adnptcd to carry of su - p - iflous bile, nnd previ nt i' morlii.i secretions ; to restore and amend tlie nip tite ; to produce a Iree perspiration, and therrhy prevent c'ids whicii are often of f.ilal oni' - quenee. A i!or never fills to remnru a coll, lftnkencn its tint sppearaace. Thry are an infallible pieventive oi Bilious and Malignant Fever, and siiouM be 1rocureilforue, ty every fevua - i si'i.l travtliir. 'repirrd and sold at LE.'ij .Mc - lici.ic Store, No. 46 ,lniden Drugi'.s and coantiy ttcrc keep - ri snjiplte J en liberal lcru:. iy 10 A tl iM.liaJ T&tmW k stuMMiapiblic know haw to dliUL.ui.hh. hi iA. ll.iu.ll..lJ:ir. luo - - nnwwuBiuaiuuier, DOCTOR IIORNE, formal of the rity of London, an . nvreber of tlie faculty of phriii and inrgtry there, deems it hit da - w ici - coi oin - .onservatjoni oa tbe abuse of MERCURY, a rash, indiscriminate, and Bnouai.. ted use thereof, has been proiluc - tive of infinite mischief. Tt, - sands annually mercurialized out of exi . ence. The disease we have in view owet itt ft, tal result! chiefly to thii source. " What a nitv that a young man, the bopet or hit country, and the darling of hit parents, should be snitched a - wayirum an ine pro - H - cit anu enjoyments of hf by the consequences of one unguarded momect and by a disease not in its own nature fatal, an J which only proves to from neglect or improper treatment." A gcmtleninc, (late I)r. H't u. titot) now perfectly hearty and well, had beea anlerphysici:mi of general practice, six yean and repeatedly lalivaO d ; when recommended U ui. n - i,oy geuuemun oi urn cityi tut bones were carious, and hit Itcsh dropping from theui bit luenos drt - lared he could cot possibly turvivs know with what ease and stferr Dr. H. er.i,. rate! the severest casci. and coiitirmi the constitution. The Doctor's plan (adrertiiine) is n.. ctsiary to gnard the public egsinst the at,se tf .mercury, and other fatal delusions, held forth.. lerious, wereiore, caving contracted a pri - van disorder, or luspectu.g latent poison, are aduoiiished not to tamper with their constits - tion, or conceal tbe disorder, till past recovt - ry ; otiienhaviug tbe remains of an old cast, or other impurities of the blood, as well as other complaints of a delicate nature, in either sex. should remember posterity, and do justice to their conscience!, by making application to Dr. II. at his old and resnertabl - lisliiuent, No. 64 Water - street, four houses west ol Old - slip, to oHain that prompt astistanrta. lone calculated to prevent disclosare. And hers let me claim your serious attention IUmemhsr a luperlicidl cure it no cure fit all ; unless the ba - inessi! radically done, you will certainly hava the disorder break out asain with redoubled us lignity, at some future period ; perhuni then will' be too late for remedy. Don't you ofUn meet in (he streets miserable, mutilated beings, without - ven a bit of noseon their face Take warnir. beseech you. Dr. H's. character for skill and stubborn int - . grity being iinivenally known in thii city, tines nu,)CHaiaiim iu iaiiciua uitll ueucacy tuld IS - recy hitherto unknown, and having confined his rnetice forvean nast. exr.huiwlv In ihs i disease! of the blood system, they maysafelycal - ci!ile on tlie most decided advantages in con - iuliing Dr. II. I, letts eradicated in tws or three weeks. Strictures removed without bouries r anv nth. er instrument ; and nil debilities: likewise all )Kl ulcerations, imuia - s tic. A plurality of oflicet are nrorided. and so ails. ated that patients are not exrosed toeach other observation. .Open till half past 9 in the evening. Alt fwTbin, . i.inl. Ia I. - I - .. - .... . ,.w ... ..... .u.ih.1. ij LC 1 1 CC IB ailing, and speaking with Dr.H. which is (re. of cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid the .ipression of gratitude for innumerable reenm. mendatiom, and for the decided preference (it is presumed wiinjuit cauic; long given bun by a UIIH lIU I'UIIIIL . n. d. aii leuenmuit De post paid. ' Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 lv A'LITHFH iUALKt.K.l A UH LVl'OSh J IU.V. R. EVANS' superiei - .meuiou oicnnii" err. tain Disease, ii now universally acknowledged in tbii city : his mode of treatment is perfectly mild, lafe, es - peuiuou. and tin en are;. reaiouable. In every u stance he warrant! a curs, tnd wiH return the pay ifh doei not perform agreeable ,to contract. ' I I.. .Iri.'tAAt m - r - TV ! P. A . lit ... J J V'U.IU. Tbtie are many penoni in thii city and iti vi cinity, laboring under various chronic diseases, such as cancers, old inveterate ulcers, scrofula or king! evil, fistulas, diseases of the urethra, bladder andkidnies, old complicated complaint! nf a certain nature, Lilious and ether obstructions, rheumatism, Ac. which they consider ica - rahlc, they can certainly be cured fin general) ny apply me nuw. r. hlj o iiir iiiluj ciore, iv in? atur. r.iflno a metrical ciore, lo. 9, I'eck - slip, having practised in exblisiva hospital! in Europe 12 years, under tome of tlie Grst Surgeons and l'hyiicians in the world, and made those ODiuaaie aueasti nit conttam sruay for 30 vean. Oct U r Tbe subTiber having recently returned from England with an important improvement on tbe artificial spring L.LG, he taket this method of informing bis friends and the public, that all those who are so unfortunate as to be In want si a lrg, or arm, they can be accommodated by ap plying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. Jan Tl VYM. PURVIS. HYDE - PARK INSTITUTION. A SELECT and private Classical School it established at Hvde Park. Dutchess coun ty, ttate of New - York, under the direction and instruction ol UfciVj Atvinn AL,L.iv, L.. u. u. Tbe institution is designed to unite with a classical and English Education, Die modern languages. The classical course will comprise the Latin and Greek Languages, Ancient History and Geography, Mythology, Roman aad Grecian Anti quities. The English course will comprise Enjliih Urammer, Elocution, Ele.ments of History, Rhetoric k. Geography, Penmanship, elementary and practical Mathematics, and the outlines of Natural Philosophy. Modern Language! will comprise the French, Spanish and Italian. Moral and religious Instruction will be attended to, ai youth it the roost proper time to inculcate nnd fix those principles of virtue aad piety, which ought to direct and influence the conduct of future life. The pupils of the Institution will he memlien of the Principal's family, and under his immediate care and government. Particular attention will be paid to their morals and manneri. Tha government will be itrict, but mild and parentalits aim shall be to give habiti of order and industry, and inspire a generous emulation. The institution will be furnished with a Library, Maps, Globes, and select Philosophical Apparatus, the use of which the pupils will be taught, and made familiw with the most important and striking experiments in Natural Philosophy These will be considered as rewards of good conduct and attention to study, and constitute one of the most interesting source! ol a - musemcnt and recreation. It u anown irom experience that much useful knowledge may be thus incidentally communicated. The terms are three hundred dollars per annum, payable quarterly washing included. Classical students who study the modern language!, will be charged lOdollan per quarter extra for the same. The students find their beds and bedding. The number of students is limited. Gentlemen Ihernlore who are deirous of pi icing their sons in th inftituticn, will please to moke an early replication. All letters relative to the institution, addressed to the suhsenher, Hyde Park PostOihce, Dutchess County N. V. will be promptly attended to. BENJAMIN ALLEN. The s'inimcr Hrm will commence on the 20th, of May, my5 5w Ii OMAN CKMEM . bit casks RomsuCej Bicrt. iust len - ind nnd for - ale hy ANDEK&ON tl SHEARER, my 23 131 Water - ttreet. . NEW - YORK.: miXTEIt .JA7 PUBLISHED MIC'TJA F.L BiRSTIAMk CO. No. 49 Vll.UAM - TXRV rrnITE THE Bask CoPFEi' - HorfE.

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