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IN CllANCEItY. .. IN CHANCERY ' JTTHERE AS James Ju, of a town Of V V 6oUJield,coQiityoCIUcbaood,udi f New York, being indebted uto Henry Davis, of the km place, ia and by certainTood or obligation, bearing date the tenth dy of December, wi th year of our Lord, cm ttionsaod eight kniil J) MMitM. ia the tiena! laoi of twelt hundrvd and ninety one doll art. lawful money of th United etates, conditioned for tbe payment of ii handad and forty five dollar and wty eems, lawful money aforesaid, with lawful interest for the mm, m or before the tenth dy of May, then rnulM fha At of said bood et obllcaUOB. for the better securing and snore tare peyaeotofl In said tan of money neaiKea tm rxwdwobiicaUon, according to tbe tr intent and meaning thereof, did, together with Abigail hie wile, oa toe said tenth day of December, ia the yea aforesaid, vjortgaga to the ud Henry Days, all that mesMa;, larav plaeUtiou, salt meadow and preeaitte, itnate, fyingaod being lathe town ef SoetUfielA coonty and etate afore - aatd, aad to butted and bounded ae follow : be - ! giauing by the eetermost earner of the land ! ef Comeliu Van Buskirk, and running from thence by hi line, aorta forty seven degree and thirt Juin mat this? nva chain and lltf hoki, tbeeec by laid highway, north thirty - three degree ana iweniy mmxie, nn winm chain, to the corner of the land of liaac Simon , ton thence by the fine of the said Isaac Simoo - , too and Ferine, couth forty teren degree and , thirty miaale, eaet forty one chain and tisty link, to th land of Jacob Vreelandt thence a - , long iaid Vreetand' line, oatb fifty on decree and forty fire annates, wart twenty uueecnua aad lixty links, to the place of beginning con - taming within the bounds and liaiit thereof eigh - ty eight acre and one half aa acre of land ; - bounded outhweterly hy the aid Cornelia Van Buskirk'i land j northwesterly by the nid highway aortheait by the land of the aid banc BiwoMoa and Periae, and southeast by the land of mid Jacob Vreelaad. Also, a certain piece . or parcel Mil meadow, lying in aid town. Mar a place called Oid Town beginning at or near the comer of Come lie Martial meadow, and running from tfaenc eonth twenty sine degree, eaat kmrteen chain aad fifty hn kit thence north aerraty four degrees, eaet one chain forty three link thence north twenty nine degree, eaet fourteen chain and , fifty links, to the fence 1 1 hence toath twenty low degree. wet one chain and tortv three link lo the place of hegutssing ; containing two acre of lalt meadow ; bounded loulhwest by Cornelia MartinoV, , oytbeet by the creek aortheait by John Ket - flatas. and aorthweet br meadow of Stepliea ' Martin. Alto, that certain piece or parcel of ait meadow, ieie ana lying in in town oi nortMHrM, cownty ana iiaie atoresaia, on uie essterly side efTnnisou's creek (o called) and ' Cherry . Tree Creek I bounded westerly by the , taid two creek t northerly and easterly by mea - . dow of Captain Kit - hard Coanoa, and oulherly by meadow of Joba M errell ; containing two acre and a half of aalt bhuIow. be th fame more or lei t together with all and lingular, the edifice, beiMing, right Bember, privilege aad appur - taapee, Ihereuuto belonging or in any wiw appertaining ; with a power io the mid mortgage contained, tliat if default thntild be made in Ide payment nf liietaid tum of muney mentioned in neoinditiwiofthaMlbondbr tfhligution, and the inlercat which hou!d accrue thereoa, at the tiiee apvcifinJ for the ruiyment thereof, that then it thould be lawful for the (aid Henry IJuvii, bit heirs, esecutors, admiuiitratar and aieigni, to e'l ai.d diipote of tlie laid prrmiie at public ' auction, according la th act of the legislature in acb caie made and ranvided ; which should lie a pcrpetHal bar, both in law and equity, a - ftalust the said James James and Abigail hi tfile, their heirs and assigns, and all other persons claiming or to claim the laid premise!, by, from or under, them, or any of tbem. And whereas default ha been made in the par - " ment of the nid principal nun of sis hundred aad forty fit dollars and fifty cent, and the tame witb the interest thereon remains due and unpaid Notice i hereby given, that pursuant to the act m shcq cat made and provided, atl ana ungu br the oremm above particularly mentioned, with Ihe hererlitamenU ant aprwrtepances, Ttf nra nt pnr.tic auction or vendue, ar trieTou - ilneCoffK Hnuae. in thecitv of New York, on Wednesday, the 4th dny of November neiU at ' Vi o'clock at noon. Doted the 14th day of May. In tltn year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred ana eijcmncn. - my 151aw6m IIEXRY DAV19. .. Houthtrn tJuirtcl ef Aev t' ork, $. By. it rem:mtered, tht on the twenty tit'th dSj'of April, in the forty second vear of the iudeiiendence of tlie United Stutes of America, Ed in. M. Blunt, of Uie said district, hath deposited in tbis office - the title of a chart, the tight - whereof he claims author and proprietor, in th" words and figure following, to wit : - A &k Chart of East Florida and the Bahama Tlanki. astf ndiair from St. Simon's island to Ha vana, exhibiting the track and sounding! of the ship Jauiet aad Hoop in miu ; imp r rau - ci, J3U tiliip Albion, 1U16; tchooner Catha rii..1flt7 land schooner Retrjeve. in 1818 1 tn grther with set of current, idei, Ac. and sailing direction lor crossing tne uok, uy r.air.unu ;n iu..n nnthnrnf Hm American Coast Pilot. . In conformity to the act of the coo - res or the iTnittfrf cfntp. otitiilwl an act fr 'li enconr - acn, nt of learnios. bv sccurinc tlie copies of Mm. r.hartt and boohs to the authors and pro - prietor of :b cp - e, during 'he time therein Hiai V And also to no art. entitled " no act, tuppv - merHsry tn an act, entitled an ait for the eejcermement of learning, by ecring the cofie of Map, Charts, nud 'ooks to the authors and proprietors of inch coie, during the tioi - therein mentioned, and extending th beoefits thereof to the art of designing, engraving, and Afiiln nnd nfh nrintn.' 1 JYMM DILL. Clerk of the snuthern district of New - York. 4 28 lawKw - IN CHANCERY. elate of New - York, . TN Dortuance ofanrderofthis honorable court, 1 bearing date the I9atn day of January, 1818, will be sold at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, ia the city of New York, under the direction of the subset iber. a one of the mas, ters of this court, in tepamle lots or pnrcrJt, on ThuTsdsv. the twenty third day of July next, at twelve o'clock at noon. All those certain pie ces or parcels and tracts of land, known a the north eait section ol the tenth township, in the1 twelve tonrns m Tioga county, being lots No SB. 27. 28. 29. 30. JZ. and 38. Lot No. 26 con tains about eighty acre s lot No. 27, about one hundred and five aeret lot No. 28, 29, 30, and thirty two. each containing one hundred and four acres, three fourth and 36 rod of land ; lot No. 38 contain 00 3 4 and nineteen rod. Also, west halfof lot No. 24, which half contain 51 acres. And also lot No. 1, 3. 4, 6 and oa the gore lying westerly and adjoining on said northeast lection, and wa nrveved and ad ded to said section to make up a deficiency in : aid section, by a mistake ia a former survev. Baid lots No. I, 2, 3, 4 and 6, containing about fifty acre each ; and lot No. 7 about twenty five ' acres, t ogeiner wiin ail ana singular, the pre - axue ana appurtenincM. oated April 18, 1U1B JAMtM A. HAMILTON, ap 18 lawtdi Master ia Chancery. f ) i order of John GarreUoo. Esauire. first IJ Judge of the court of common pleas, in and fr the county of Richmond and state of New - York, notice is hereby given to all the creditors - of Christian I. Bedell, 01 tne coaaty and date a - r : .1 v.. ,A - 1 r ' me at my offfce, in the towa of Siutl.tield, in said - county, on the thirtieth day of Mav next, at twe " - o'clock ia the afternoon of laid da v. to shew cause, if my they have, why an assignment of I the aaid iasorvent'i estate ihoeld not be made for the benefit of an bit creditor, lad be be dii charted, accortlina to aa act of the Lecrislature - o( siie state of New York, entitled M aa act for giving relief ia case of insolvency" and the act Mtromngiaemme. uateo Kicnasond county. aw (umirm epni, a. u. isin. .ap271wSw CHRISTIAN I. BEDELL. Jimimttm innrwnr f 'nmum. "pHE beard ot Director have ttui day declar r dividend .f niteea percent, oa the uu oioca, lor tbe left six month, payable oe or jt the first day of Jane next, betweea the hours , ef 10 and i o'clock. By order of tbe Piwident aad Wmctor. May Ii 1818. m7lir f.MAYT.SeclT. tb Iim trie for the lag to sor am ia sil rior 5e. . tt and in he now sei, ble bis tt ti BTerder of Joha CarreUon. Cq. first Judge tJ t rnnrt of mmrami cleas of Richmond pvea lo au ine crnaiton i auinmei m mm, count r and State aioreiajd, an uuorrcni debtor, to appear before the i&id judge, at the ooart hoaae ia the towa of Bovthunkl, u aia county, oa the thirteenth day of June aeii, at oVJrvk ia th aflMramn of aaid daV. to aheW cause, if any they have, why an alignment of I said inaotveot'i nun snouia nj ds tht honfit nall hi, emditors. and h be die - charged, according to aa act of the legislature of state of New - York, etmtMa aa aci ror giv - rehef ia case of insolvency," and the acts amending the same. Dated Richmond county. r MATdANlEL MARTIIf.' ap tt Plawftwt ' : O.BAUNUtR'SPATtN f KAZUHoiKWi'. Toe that wish to ahave with ease, Buy of 8abkm if yoe vaie t Hm RasorStrop's, peculiar luck, That barptbe flasor with a touch. G SAUNDERS respectfully solicits those . who have not got bi Patent Kasor Strop, furnish themselves with hi new invented Ra - Strop, and Metallic Composition. N gee tleman who onca make trial of one of the Strop now offered, will ever try aay others; and suet it their formation, that ever so much us will not give th raxor that roundnes which render tlie best of tbem useless, and which is well known always to follow the application of all those hitherto invented. The above strojn are in general in New. York, and are diitioguished Irom all others. Barbers who have used them say more their praise than I can my self. O. SAUNDERS, 18 Wall - street Also for sale, Raxors, Soap, and every uten for Shaving, of the nrit quality, with a supe assortmcut of Perfumery. liair - Powder.iic from Smvth's. New Bond street. London. n. u. im meet uoerai allowance maae to dealer. my tt WHKATON'a - ITCH OINTMENT, mHE lone and successful ase of this ointment X I a sufficient recommendation, as it ha been found to be a pleasant, tafe and certain remedy for that diiagreeable disease in all it ta - It i for lale in the city of New - York, by A. it W. R. Poet, No. 41 William - street ; f. T. Clark, No. 85 Maiden - Lane ; fi. H. 8chieffelin& Co. No. 103 Pearl - street: Lawrence it Keese. No. 195 Pearl - street t Hull A Bowne, 140 Pearl - itreet ; R. Ai L. Murray, 313 Pearl - street ; J. M. tiradburst, 314 Pearl - street ; Joba Penford, No. 4 Fletcher - street ; Durvee & Poe, in Pearl - street; John C. Morrison, IUS Greenwich - street ; John P. ruber, 100 Broad - war: Walter ii Seaman, corner of Chamber - it. Broadway, nod also in Chatham - street ; and short it may be procured at most of the Drug Storei ia this cilv Also in Philadelphia, of b. WitliereU k Sons ; George Harrell , North it Ro grrs, and almost ail the druggist ia the principal lown in trie united state. IV H EATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may had at the above places. io TZ 6m MRS Jjl'E.NCKR respectiully inform her friends, and the ladies in particular who recently calledim her, that her apartment are ready for the reception or pupils lor the piano forte : alio, thatine ii deiioroi of obtaining two or three more pupils, who she would have no ohjcctioo to wait upon at their own hou should it be preferred. The most respecta references can be given. A gentieruau and wife may be accommodated with board, my 12 Ira White - street, No. 3. CITY COMMERCIAL) fiCHOOL, 3 ROOIKVKLT - trKKKT, BY ISAAC V. BRAGG. Late teacher of penmanship in the Adelphi school. T HE apartments in this establchment are fi - ' ted up with a superior degree of neatness. 1'he Young Ladies' Room, completely distinct from the oilier, it is believed will not merely found commodious but comfortable and ekeant. A Drawine Master, of eminent oualiliciitiom, (recently from London.) is engaged to give instruction in that branch tnice iu the week. His elegant collection of specimens in rare flowers, velvet paintings, landscape, tic. will glndly be aWM - cr ior Oc pt - inl TO tntt. The term will he very modulate,; and the exertion to render landscape drawing, Ac. interesting, by tbe preparation of views expreisly for school, ami occasional practice from Nature, tvtui clear illustrations oi ttin rules ot perspect ive, it is believed will insure encouragement. In arithmetic, tlie principal ii determined to spare no puins to support the hiich character winch tlie recent examination of his pnpilt has given rise to. t be laciuty with which com'Xica - ted calculations were prrtormed bv many of his pupua, in the mina, without any aid to uie roe - tnorTi however it mav have impressed with the idea of w getting by rote," was tbe result of fre quent practice alone, and proves that boy mr.y be taught all the facilities which are commonly tlie resultof long practice in counting bouses, be fore iney leave ciiom. . Application for the adminicn of bovi. will be received on or after tbe lit of June, against wiitcDiime mi intended to increase me nccom modntnni. mySGIm JVV10 frtnth and Jtmtriccm Hoarding. Howe, HO. IO WARRKH - STKEET, BY LAMBERT SIVA PTE. f AMBt.RT SIVATl'E seises thii opportuni - IJ IV to inform the rublic. that on salnrduv next, 30th May, hit house will be oiiened for the r , .1 . . . 11 t . iccHiuum uuqi ucn, a, ncn its i"r gcnueiuc" ttavellen, who will at nil times hud, besides his table a' note at 3 o'clock, runners served on the shortest notice. His bill 01 lare, which will lw daily varied, will contain the prices 01 the differ ent dislies, wines and liquor, lie alio informs Ins Ineods, that he will uinlertake to dres din iiess for private fami its in the 1'rench or Ameri - csn taste, soups ol all Uinds will be kept in rea diness from 10 o'clock ia the morning till five. He hopes, bv his lone exrjenence. In am duity m waiting 00 his customers, to merit the pauonage 01 we puuuc ai large. my zo iin - YMT ANTED to hire, a white woman, to do I v tbe (Jookinir and lliuse work ofa small family. Apply at No 6 Warren - street. my 8 THE FINE ARTS. AMONGST the present numerous exhibition! of thiicity, M. FAFF flatten himself that Iba lovers of muine work of old m.ister. will find bis GALLERY OP PAINTINGS, No. 2ti t lu - iucci, wuntij uieir itenuon, ana preseni - ing tbem at the smallest expense with the most extensive gratification. 1. tf. Old paintings repaired and restored to their original lustre, or purchased at their almost vaiue. my Id ti TO I. EASE OR FOR SALE. knl That elegant modern built boose, situate at the corner of Sands and Washington streets. Brooklyn lis size ts thirty - one feet boat by fiflv feet deep, it rooms so arranged a to combine every convenient for a genteel residence. It will be sold with two or mors lot of rronnd. at th option of the purchaser. Terms, on fourth cash, th rest in such payments as will be most convenient to purchaser. Apply on the pre mises to u. BALL. may 23 tf NOTICE is hereby given, that we the under signed have been appointed by bil hoaoi Richard Riker, Recorder of the City of New - 1 ora. acioraing 10 ine act tor renei against absconding and absent debtor, trustees for all tlie creditors of the persons constituting the firm, co - pannersnip oc nouseoi iraae. ot rrrntissfi Carter, of Bal'imore, debtors, who reside out of this state and are indebted within it ; ad all persoas indebted to tbe said person! constituting the said Brm, copartnership or house of trade, are required by tbe tenth d iy of J une next to pay all debts and sums of monev which tliev owe to the said persons constituting tbe said firm, copartnership or bouie of trade, and deliver all property of Uie ame, which they have in possession, to us the aid truitees. . And all creditors nf th mid mi. too constituting the laid firm, copartoerslnpor house of trade, are desired, by the first day of Aegun next, to deliver to as, or one of us, their respective demand against the lame. Dated tne t'lnoayot ,iay, isib. WILLIAM C. MULLIGAN, ) ' WM. PROCTOR, Trailcei " JOSEPH BATES, a J S3 dUlOSlawtAl ses of to 1 l VALUABLE RERL ESTATE TOR SALE. 1ST THE C1TW Of KW - 10M, S - IIVE lot of round oa the west ude of Green ? wich - treet. between Vestry and Desbro - - streeis, U by 80. . r our do la ine rear oi in bdotv, ironuw the east tide of Wasbiagtoa - itreet, C5 by 80. Eiehtdo in the block below, betweea Wash ington and West - street. Mm air, nfluiuH LawreiM's mircliase. near Cast Canada Creek, oa the north aide of the Mohawk. Ia Franklin County. 15,161 acre of Land, in the towns of Motmt Morri and Dayton. In Essex County. 783 acre of Land in the Iowa of Barry more. . In the Cmuitv of Lewis. 1250 acre of land ia Castesiaad, Chaasaait Purchase. In Earatoea County. - - fiOfl irm in Plmer nurchaie. 1 Eaquire at the office of the lubtcriber, 34 Ce dar - street. BEV. ROBLNSOX. mh 1? tf OTO LILT, The let - ant 3 atorv house No. 7 Had son - street, which command a pleasant View of the Park and river. rosseMioa may dc una in a few day. Also for sale, the furniture ofiaid bouse. It ii the belt quality t well fitted, and suitable to a genteel faroHy. Apply a above, my 1 1 ti HKRGEN ORPHANS COURT. Of the Term of March, 1818. Catherine Schuyler, ) Administratrix, Ac. f - ' ot John A. Schuyler Rule, under Statute, deceased. aHE court order and direct, That Catharine Schuyler administratrix of the goods, chattels and credit! of John A. Schnylcr, decerned, give public ootice to the creditors of the decedent to bring in their claims and demands against the estate oi tlie taid decedent, on or lefore the first day of May, in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred nod ninoteen, by putting up notice that effect in five of th most public places in the county of Bergen, for the space of two months, and advertising the tame for tlie like space of time io a newspaper printed and published in the state of New - Jersey, and in a news paper printed and published in the city ot iew - ora. a true transcript irom uie recoru. apSSSra JOHN A. UOVD.Snr'gate. GLOBE INSURANCE COM PA. Y. rpHE President and Director! give no'ire, X that a dividend of four per cent on the capital itock of the company for the last 'is months, will he paid to the Stockholders at tliwir Office. No. 55 Wull - street. on and afler the lit day of Jne next. The Transfer book will he clned on the tilt instant. By order of tlio board of Directors. RICHARD DUNN, Junr. my!4dlm tVvj A LL orders received aniLattf nded to fur laying and repairing llin Manhattuu Ictid pipe and cisterns or for sink pipes or lead pumps, by SAMUEL 8 1'AHKEY, my 27 tf No. 13 Chamber - street. m 'W i.t.'i U - t S A dry Cellar, uuder the house No 29 iue. - stroet. uiquire oi my 11 M MR. SMEDES 134 Pcarl - ttrret. B ,00 1 FIELD 4i FRAfcER'S whoiesiile and retail copper, pewter, tin and sheel - irou kitchen furniture warehouse, No. 38 Maiden - Lane, New - York ; where may be hid Plain s plan'tBbed biock - uu co(f - pot . - Lv a - s SNggniuiuiiuerr Do do do tea and chocolate Sot Do do do newest pattern disk covers Do do do sauce and stsw pans Do do do tea and coffee urns Da da do egg cups and boiler Do do do cheese plates and toasters With everv other article in the copper, pewter, block - tin, and iheet - iron line, as manufactured and sold at their factory, No. BI t ulton - itreet, four door above their old establishment, where, from their present convenience and acknowledg ed improvement! in the methods of worxmansnip, tbev are enabled to receive and execute au or ders in the above line, on the shortest notice and at the moH reduced wholesale pnees. B. k F. have received per lale arrivals an ex, tensive assortment of first rate tutania metal, block - tin, and japanned goods, which, with variety of hard and hollow wares, they offer for ale on reasonable terms. my XT zw A C0HTAT jCV. sapoly of la die Beaver Hats, fresh from the ma nuiactoiv uit hie for the south ern market, and lucked at the shortest notice, ,tt J. WILSON'S, 160 Broadwsy. may 27 fT WHEAT ON k DAVIS, Fancy Chair Manufacturers, No. 153 Fulton - it. opposite St. Pauls Church, offer for sale, wholesale onC retail, large and elegant as sortment of Curld Maple, plain painted and ornamented in gold h hmnre.burahoo, plain and Gilt Ball, Rocking, Sewing, and Conversation Chairs, 8olas, Settees Loongees, Music Stools, &c. Orders from aar part of tbe continentexecufed with ueatnes aad dispatch. Oid Chair repaired, painted and ornamented, my 19 JfK W DHESSIJfO ROOM. AFRU.YIENTO, No. I Wall - tret,Jut re - . turned from Italy, has tbe honour to inform the gentlemen, that be cuts and dresses hair in the latest style, and in a learner to as to adopt it to the phnioeaomy. He bas for sale a quantity of RAZORS of the first quality, if they do not please oa trial, the purchasers aie at liberty to return them, and receive the money. He has likewise procured a very fine none, and engages tn icstore razors to a very keen edge and should ny not cut he wiM receive no recom pence. Those gentlemen who may please to booor him with their patronage, may depend on the moil particular and resDortful attendance. Frumonto has just received a few setts of the celebrated Mangeiui False Back Raton, war ranted 01 uamasca lrel ofa itrpcnor quality. Arnairanmay snave inemseires luxtenousiv. N. B. Gentlemen who subscribe by th quar ter srill have their razors, Ac kept exclusively for tberaselve. P. S. A good journeyman w actio. - Apply as anove. - . ton o ti SUPER COMPANY FLAG HDSFS. Elegant pattern, for salehy o3ll MARCH & LOW, 210 Broadway. STEAM BOAT NAUTILUS. The steam boat NAUTILUS will hereafter ro as 'follows, except on faun - iidats.. LKA - VK SJKW - TOB.K, At " S o'clock in the forenoon, 8 do . do 11' - do tlo ' 2 o'clock ia tlie afternoon. 5 do do LC4VB TATIt IILAXD, At 1 - 2 past 0 in th forenoon, I t past 9 du 1 - 2 past 12 in (lie afternoon 3 o'clock do 1 - 1 past 6 do OI IVBOATB I.KAVC JUtW - IOBK, At 5 o'clock in tlie morning, 10 do do 1 o'clock ia the afternoon, 4 do do LtAV (TATKBT 1LAD, At 8 o'cloc k ia the forenoon, 1 - 2 past 11 o'clock do 1 - 2 pait 2 o'clock in the afternoon, 1 nVlr - k . tin Paengeri to the Narrow and Bath will, for fhp nn - ait. h taken flnwn on Sunday momiTZi in the 5 o'clock boat, and be called for about half past 5 o'clock in Uie evening, i ne lare io oiu Island will be 25 cents, and to Bath and Urn bar raws. HO feats. Children half orice. TLn NAUTILUS ia a new boat of sreat speed in fine order, witb good accommodation ; and is propelled "on the Livingtton nnd Fulton plan On account of the pleasantness of her tour, toe advantage of Sea Bathing at the place she vn its, the variety and beauty of the prospect tliev affotd. the clieauneas of tlie fore, and the excel lence of the relrettimfuts and arcommodHtions on board, t xcutnooi in the Nautilu lor pleaiure or business, will be found expedition, agreeable and healthful. As the ia fitted for the transportation of Hore and Carriage, and the wharves and float at New - York, btaten liland and tlie Horse - Boat Ktrrv at the Blaaine btar. prepnred for safe and commodious embarking ana lauding traveller in the Post Cbtase, or in private car. riage between New - York and Philadelphia, Trenton. Princeton. New Brunswick, or V owl bridsr, will find the route by the Nautilus and the Turnitikei across Stalen - Island to New Brunswick, the shortest, cheapest and most pleasant that can te selected. JOHN DEFOREST, Captain Staten - Mnnd, 27th May, 11118. mv tf!) Im NOIICE. 05 - Steam Boat Olive Brascii will sail every Sunday, at 1 1 o'clock round ifctaten Island, and occasion nily, ii tiie hii.J and tide will permit, to tlie hook. 1 his iienutnul lail will contribute both to health and pleasure, and is ni cheap a recreation ai can be found. Parlies who mean to partake ol" thii amusement will, if couvenient, eive in their names the (toy preredintr, at the office ia Murketfield itreet, north side of the Cat tery. Dinner on board, at Uie usual price. I'aisuge bs children hlf price. my 13tf SW1FT - SUKE MAIL COACHES, FOB. FHILADKLrHIA. (TT - lase Jew - Iom Jpfj eveiv uumiinsfunt.ay'iex - YuCepted) at M o'clock, end ar rive 10 Philadelphia next lav to riium - r. The uublii.k house are good, and reaaoaahle in ttieir charges. I beunvers, bones ami coacn es are not inferior to anv others now running be tween these two cities. The beautilul country, and the excellence of the roads on this rouf, con nected with tlie safety, comfort, and reaw'iiahle expences, are heleived to be stronn inducemci;ts to traveller! in giving this line a decided preicr encf. I he Uric test attention will lie observed hy the proprietor in giving general satisfaction. All baa - sase and dh kaee will to at the risk ni the owner unit s insured and receipted tot by (he clerk of taid office. Stage fare oiilr 5. with a generous allowance of baggage. Parties wishing to travel at their Itiiure, may engage the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, by applying one day previous to atarsina - . For aeati aoulv nt Northern Hotel. No. 79 Courtlandt - itreet, New - York. ap t Proprietor. NOTICE. For the further accommo dation of the Dulilic. the de parture of the r ircDv irom iora ana iewiirKn will be in luture on the following day : Leave New York on Monday. Wednesday and Saturday, at 9 A.M. Leave New burgh on Tuetday, Friday and Sunday at 8 A. AI. Ilie above arraneement willcommenr by the Firefly leaving Newburgb on Sunday, the 24th May. 1 he Western Stage leaves Ncwburgh imme diately after the arrival of the Firefly, my 5i PROSPECTUS von rcnLignmo bt siBscRimoir A MAP OF MEXICO AND LOUISIANA. rI M1E publication of this Map ha been under I taken with the impression, that it will ex hibit information, highly interesting at this evejt lul crhii . snd the valuable Man which the au thor bas procured, during his several tours through Mexico, in the years 1QU0, 1807. 1812, 1813, 1815, 1816, and 11117. induce him to beleive that the Map, with even all its imperfections, will be much tlie most perfect which has appeared be - lore the public. This Man will contain the latest and best in formation from the discoveries and possessions of the American, Spanish, Russian, British and t tench traveller and navigator ana representee tbe claim of their respective erovcrntnents on the Northwester coast of America. Th Map will include that portion of North America, which lie! between the Ulhrouiof I)a - rien, and the4Slh degree of Nottb Latitude, and from tlie Mississippi River westward ly to the racihc ocean. In aizf th Man will be ahont six bv fire feet. and (rill be protected on a scale ef 40 milei to me inert, 10 oe aenverea 10 uie luoscriuers bi iu - .. - . . 1 1 1 - . . 1 1 1 .. .r teen dollars eacb. Natcbes, March 7, 1818. ap7tAul (OR S.1LE OHTOLE.iHK, Lots in the 5, 6. 8. and 10 Wards; many of which are on regulated and peved streets. .No money win oe required uaoet ten years, 11 sow interest excepted. MUUSW. Several two and three torv houses on which a great part ol the money remain on mortgage. bAISUl.U AI IVL.U nvvsis.. An excellent stand for business, witb ten acres of land, pleasantly situated, with a wharf, store hou and barn. COTTON and WOOLEN MANUFACTORY Near New - Haven, with 40 acre of land, and a never failing stream, upon which 30 nillsmay be erecieo, wiui a uuuciency 01 water sor eacu. A ppiy at ao.x ureeowscn - street. Jan 13 tf HOARDING. FOUR or five gentlemen with their families, or, ten or fifteen sinsle gentlemen, can be uexomnodated with board aad lodgiog at Mount Vernon Hotel, about ove miles Irom uie city ot New York, on th) bank of the East River, and one of the most pleasant situation on the island. I be rooms are ipaciou and airy, having a full view of tbe river ; ceacii house and stable. Terms liberal, and every attention paid, by the public's humble servant. m 7 . I US ' lLJ f.l.l.. yUULKS.1L,t J.W HET.HL SHO STORE. BENJAMIN LELAND. US Broadway, has for tale, a general assortment of Ladies' Kid Morracco, Pnsnelle and Leather Boots k Shoe. of all description and qualities ; Uentlproen's Boot and bhoei, of different kinds ; Misses', liov'i and Children's do. donil which comoris e a large aad general an assortment of cilyhnd eastern made Shoes, as are to be found in any outer nore so nte city, and will be sola 0.1 ac cosnwiodsting terms. myS8lw ROAKDI.V'G A FEW gectlemcn can be accommodated il with boar L in a healUivand ceatral nart vi mo iiij i ici aiircawmau. Apply ai myKlw Ao. eiCourti - udstrett, .(..: - .. . . . krn Js cyav uxe. 11 I 1. A D E L f II 1 1 Twenty - five suite land carriage, via N'ew - Brunswick ami Trenton. In new post conches $5 Do. good stage, 4 SO lln. forecast I a or deck Dassewrers 3 60 Connected bv the itciim boatiOLI VE BRANCH and PHILADELPHIA. The steam - boat Olive Branch wUl leave New - York every d3y, Sun day excepted, from the north :de of the Katte - ry, at II oxioCK rsssci'sr "ui iuuB - at Trenton, and take the eteam - boat Philadelphia, so as to arrive m Philadelphia at 10 o'clock the next morning, in time to lake the Duion Line Baltimore Mam - boals. This line has a connection with tbe best boats on the Dataware and Chesapeake to .Norfolk ; a also those of the North River and Sound ; and their several arrivals are calculated to cause little, if any delay. This ii a spcs'ly and certainly the most convenient rout, as the passenger will leave New - Yoik after the bunks open, and arrive in Philadelphia before the hours of business, without fatigue in travelling or want of sleep, the land carriare being oiu' h less than by any other route lictweeu the two cities. . i'or esiU hi the above line apply to 'WILLIAM U JAQUES. At the L'nicn Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar - kelfibld street, north side of the Battery, between Greenwich .V Washington - streets, or to , The CAPTAIN on hoard. (Kr All goods and baggage nt the risk of Hie owner. np Til K bOVJSU sTKJtM HOA T - LIM. Ihe proprietors, n - itn a view of accommodating the public, by extending the line 5tto Norwich, intend making tl - sxriment with (Ik - r niton, C ipt. Jiit route (il found prnctic. - tblc) will be continued during the seitsnn. . 'J he line w ill in ft turc ho from New - York to Norwich, as follow s : The Connecticut, Cart. Hunker, will leave New - York .every Sunday, Wtdntidag nnd t'ridat, nt H o'clock, in the mornine. tor New - Haen. 1'hu Fulton, Capt Law, will have AiwirA at 6 o'clock in the moniins of the snme days, touch at Jfeio - I.ondon ami depart from thence for Jftv - Hnrax at 8 o'clock. The boat will mci - t nt A'w Haren, and depart Irom thence every Mvndcv, H'ednrs - rfViyand Friday, nt 7 o'clock in th evening the Connecticut furVtw - Vort, and the JSVir - fwirifiiM Rnd Aomirh. Kultnn for n,h 17 B - On the Uth or May, oati will commence A bout win itave New - York on Tuesday, at 9 A. M : WeOnesdnv. at 6 P. M. 1 Friday, at 9 A. - M. and Satuidav. nt 5 P. M. of each week nnd n limit will leave Alhany on Monday, Wtd - m idav. Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 A. M The above arrangement will commence by the t.liancellor's leaving Albany op monday, me 1 1th Alny, at 9 A. M. and the Richmond leaving New York on I ucsdiiv. the I2tb at v A. nl. The Fire - Fly leaves Ntw - York on Tuesday, Thursdnv Red Saturday, at 9 A. M. fcr Ncw - hureh. and rrtiiinsou Monday. Wednesday nnd II A. M. my 2 Akvvudkuh and 1 an axdaic v a mail - si auk - TUREB TIMFB A WEKK. k cn I EAVES Newtmrgh eve - A. n..gty - w Li ry Sunday, 'l uesdav, M hree o'clock, ruas througu Mfntgomrry, Bloominzhuii;ri, Monticelio, by Wiule Lake, Coshoc ton, Mount I'lcaiant, tin - nt Bend, C'hcnanjro I'. int, Onega, Ilhica, and Gt - neva, tocauEiiiliiieua. Returni'tir lcai e Canandaigua every Isfon - duV, Wednesday and Friday mornings at three o clock, .and arrives at Newburcrh, Uie third day in time to take tlie Steam - boat which arrive in New - Yoik the foitowinjr morutn" - . (Xj my be ixperlrd thnl at all limi t u htn the it'om - loati alter their dtiii of rimnwp, that Ihu line ml alter to at lo mitt them The whole route will be pcrfomed in three day, from the first of May, until the first of November and from the first of November until the fifteenth, of December, and From the fifteenth of March until the first of Mav, in four days nd from tlie 1.5th December, until the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to Canaridaigita in ." .1 - days. PMseriger travelling from New - iork to Canamiaigiia, Niagara or Bufiiilo, can leave N. lore in tne evening sieam - Dosu, ana arrive .n Canandaigua in three days a distance cf three hundred mile. The line is well funiiahed with good, new carriages t good horses, and careful and experienced driver Every attention will be paid to render the passage of the traveller safe, easy and expeditious ; and it is believed that Uie accommodations on thii line are equal to any line in the state. fXJ' FARE from Newburgh to Canandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS ti. U. A branch of the same line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line runs, from Ovrcgo Tioga Point; thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, Sic. , BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey, Bloomingbargh,! E. C. St. John. Mount PleasauL I L. & R. Manning, Chenango, IProprie - Luther (jerr, Ithicn, I ton, Samui'l Grecnliff, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Lansing, mh 14 dCm 2t5 WnUBCIS, begs leave to inform the public . that he has just received, per bnpiBac - chus, aud ship George, from Loudon, a geucral assortment of articlei in tlie musical line, amongst wiiico are some very elegant small nano - r ortes, nuua parxicuiany elegant rose - wood grand cahi. net Piano - Forte. Alio tlie new invented Metronome or nnfent elf - time healer, with a large assortment of new Music, which he offers for sale wholesale or re tail, oa tbe most reasonable terms, my 8 ffA'A' AHH BILIOUS PILLS. WHICH have - been attended with a degree of luccesi highly grateful to the inventor's feelings, in several prti of the Weit Indies, and the Southern and Middle States, particular ly in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, ic. ,7 he operation of these pills are perlectiy mild, so as to be used ty persons in every situation and of every age. They are excellently adapted to carry of su - perflou ode, and prevent its umthid lerretion ; to tMlere and amend the appetite; to produce a free perspiration, and thereby prevent cold which are often of fatal consequence. A doe never fails to remove a colJ, iflnl:enon its tirst ippfarnnce. They are an infalhlde prevent i v. oi Bilious and Afaiignaat Fever, and simuM ix frocuredforuse, hy every samnn snd travf.'lrr. repared and oldatLEii'dKU - iln iueft.jre. No. 46 tUaiJen Lr.on. Druf.";iEts aurl c jcit;v strrc' keeper supp!kd on u' - eral teruii. my iti aj'i itii.'.J.inrf 2 c3 4r 1 A touniK nbfickaew new ie ditintosh be - w wuifjn mm ouier. . DOCTOR HORNE,foriLerit of th city of London, an . member of the faculty of pbyiii nod urgery there, deem it hi d. tr to repeat some onservetiou o the abuse of MERCURY, a rash, indiscriminate, and nnquali. fled use thereof, has been produc tive of infinite miv - hiot it.,. sands are annually merccrinKted out of eiuf. ence. The disease we have in view ewe it fa tal result chiefly to this source. "What a pity that a young man, tlie hopes of hi country. j3 ""t ivftjiu ii naiicued . way from all the prospect aad enjoyments of h( by me consequence of one nngaarded momeaL and by a disease not in il own nature fatal, an J which only prove o from neglect or improMi treatmnt.'r A gcotlemap, (late Dr. Il'i il. limt) now perfectly hearty and wej( under physicians of general practice, six years, and rejieatedly salirau d ; when recommended tn ir. u. v"j a ijuiiiruian ei uus Cliy I lot bonei were carioui, and hi flesh dropping from them ti friends declared he could not posublvnrviii t wo month longer. Thousands experimenufit know with what ease and safety Dr. 1 1. cite tieicverect case, and confirms tiie consh - lution. Tlie Doctor' plan (advertising) ii Bl. 1 enuijr iu ruuiu uir. puuuu ogniuil me abuse tt tuercury, wml other fatal delusions, held forth. rcrsns, mtreiore, iianug contraod a Drj. vnte disorder, or suspecting latent nouon, ar, 1 nilmouiihcd not to tamper with their comtiin. tion, or conceal the disorder, till past recov. ry ; othersbaving the remaioi of an old cjm or other impunuei 01 the blood, a well ai otb. er complaints of a delicate nature, in either sex. tliould remember posterity, unci da justic (o tlitir consciences, by making appkeatue to Dr. H. at hit old and respectable establishment, No. 64 Wafer - street, four bouse well of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt omittance a - lone calculated Co prevent disclosure. And her let me claim your serious attention Remeinlwt superficial cure is no cure at all; unless the business is radically done, you will certainly bais the disorder break out again with redoubled ma limty, at lorae luture period ; perhaie then will be toe late for remedy. Don't you often meet ia (lie street! miserable, mutilated beings, witiojt rwn a bit of nose on their face I Take waraiLg, I beseech you. Dr. II's. character for skill and stubborn inte gri'y being universally known io thi city, litxt 1804,guarantee to patient that delicacy and s - crery hitherto unknoim, and having condned his practice for yean past, esduiivery to the cur ( iliscases of the blood system, they may sufely cJ culate on the most decided advantage in co. suiting Dr. II. Gleet eradicated in tw or three weeks.. Stricture removed withosi bougie r any other instrumfiit ; and all dsoihtie 1 likewise all old ulcerations, fistula' &c. A plurality of office are provided, tnd 10 ;t. ated that pat - pntsare not exposed - to each Oflier'i obiprveiion. Open till half past 9 in the evening. A I! persons concerned ar invited to he fret u ' ailing, and speaking with Dr. II. which U fit of cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid th expression of gratitude for innumerable recommendations, aiid for the decided preference (it i resumed with just cause) long given bin) by .UUTCldlil f'UIHlC. 4. - , N. B. All letters must b pott paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 1'Hr.ti W( A.H1 JXOH LVtUM. 1 111, r.s .& iiipo - it JL method of curing a certain Distasf, is now univer salis arknowlcdgcd in tliii city j his mode of treatment 1 perfectly mi!d. afe. ci peditions, and bi charg 1 reasonable, in every iu - tance he warrants a cure, aud wiM return the pay if h huts not perioral arvtaLI to cemract. 'l',... - I r . . t . f lATMr J Ihcre are many persons in thii city and it vi J 111. ..I 1 J "'..I, VLIKIfDU. cinity, laboring miner varum cnronio !,, such cancer, ul't in,elcraie utter, scrofula or king ml. nstuias. uiseaies (i the urethra, biadder and kidnies, old complicated complainU ofa certain nature, biliou and other abstractions, rheumatism, Vc. whi h they censtdor iuc ruble, uiey can cenmuiy wiuim iingem.ra!i hvaDDlying at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, Na, 9, 1V k - slilK having practised in exfcliiv Iiospiteli in Europe 1 year, under ome of a tint Surgeon and Physician in tbe world, fed made those obstinate disease nil constant study ot 30 vears. Oct IT ry The ubcrihr having recently returned from England with an important improvenent on th artificial spring L.eA, lie take this method of informing bis frioiHla and th public, that all those who are so unkirtuoRt a to be In want of a leg, or nrm, they can be accommodated by ap plying at no. 1 f uari'iay - atreet, Aew - York. Jan 12 WM. PURVIS... HYDE - PA RK iMall 1 U I IO.V. A SELECT and private ClaiMcal School il established at Hyde Park, Dutches: coun ty, state of New - York, under the direction and instruction 01 Bt.iv J liaiiA ALbCrv, u. L. D. rL i - j r .... - . .. . i ne insuiuuou u aesigneu o unite wita a Classical, and English Education, the modern lungua - tes. j Tie Classical course win comprise Use Latin aad Greek Languac, Ancient History and Ge - ftgraphy, Mythology, Roman and Grecian Auti - auitiei. ine t.nginn course wiu comprise Lngnin Gratnmer, Elocution, Elements of History, Khe - lorick, Geography, Ptnmamhip, elementary and practical Mathematics, and the outline of Natural Philosophy. Modern Language will comprise the French, Spanish and Ili'lian. Moral and religious Instruction will be atten ded to, as youth ii the most proper time to inculcate and fix those princ iple of virtue and pie ty, which ought to direct and influence the con duct of future life. 'Ine pupil of the Institution will be members of the Principtd'i family, and under bis immediate care and government. Particular attention will be paid to their roorali and manners. . Tbe corernment will be strict, but mild and paren tal its aim shall be to give habits of order and industry, nnd inspire a generous emulation. Tbe institution will be furnished with a Library, Maps, Globes, and sl.t Philosophical Apparatus, tlie use of which the pupils will be taught, and made familiar with the most important and striking experiments in Natural I'huVeo - phy. These will he considered a reward of good conduct and attention to study, and con stilute one of the most interesting sou reel of - njusentent and recreation. It ii known from ex - Dc - iiriice tl'tit much useful knowledge may be thus incideutnlly communicated. The ti - rmi are three hundred dollar per annum, payable quarterly washing included. Classical students who stody the modern lan guages, will be charged 10 dollars per quarter extra tor tne same. ' Tlie students find their beds and - bedding. The number of students i limited. Gentle men therefoie who are doirou of placing their 1011 in the institution, will please to make an early arolic&tion. All letter relative to the institution, addressed to the lubicrtber, Hyde Park Post Oifke, Dutchess County N. Y. wiH he promptly attend ed to. BtJA.WI V AL.L.C1V. Tbe S'immer term wit' commence on the 20th, of M ay, my 5 Sw" OMAN CKMivVi". (tfcfitk Roman Cej raeut, just received and for sale br ANDERSON ft SHEARER, my 23 131 War - lreet. NEW - YORK: rJlLHTki) .ImVJI l'UULISUSD M1C11.1K1, LbliS'UJiM k CO. ITo. 49 V. iixiam - sitpibt orroirrx tb Bask Coffee - Hobs e2 - ii I

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