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' FRENCH .N 43 LEScONS. - v TO THJE PUBLIC OFJVKff - YQJlh, :'. fnr A xl I I .TON. teacher of tbe Fseach lan his mod m Philadelphia render it impossible ' - for too to risit their dtTthiiwimmer. 'He has .,nii la bIiee hit cibrts to change the pre - '. at mode of education are appreciated by Hl enlightened inhabitant, and that they will re - ' toice in tle diffuaoo of a system by - whit h a lui - guago may be learned in tiie tenth pert of th time as nally bestowed oo it ; tbut unking room tor tbasutaiurucntof useful knowledge iu ether ' branch of science and literature, at the only i , period of oot lire which we wa devote h our ' mttruction, Without crifu.iDgoUjer - ii)terei.t. 'A beg permission to inform tl.em, that he hat taken a spacious and convenient house, no. 52 South Filth street, whera he wi:i receive voys under 15 M boarder, during the course al 2 - 1 pei; month, inrludug washing, c. tc. Iu 4, o, ' or at farthest C mouths, acr srdltg to their provi - J one acquirements, they will be able to rtad and " - . understand Freoclt with as much facility as Fng - lish, they wUl have actually read under the im - mediate inspection ot their roitructor, a somber ' ofthebestworlu iu tlie r.iucU lunyjsse thry "V. ill write it and speak it: uor wiil their profi - "ciincy in the Emrlidi U'fcu!Jo be loss ienportaat. T.'m fxauUlioe. into it from another language ' during 4 month, the continual necessity of ap preciating aad drscnmmaun;:, me vaiue oi worn? ' and phraser, eoon renders composition in both linguages familiar, and gives Ihcro a Iroowledpe of their structure and grammar, which it wouid ' .be impossible to acquire by the exclusive stud; of either. This it indeed the most important advantage derived froji the itudy nf the latin language as it it usaally tauglil inschooU; here it ii attained in a much higher degree, ia a much : shorter time, at a much lest sxyeoce, aud with U the knowledge of a modern and practically useful language. ' i The ezpence ol the course, exclusive oi oouru - will be 43 dollars, including books, paper, tic, c. This ei pence will in no case be augment - ad half the course 24 dollars, and two month's board, payable at entrance t a like sum at the cod of two month! . F hould he remain 2 months more he dsts for bft board oulv. i " At the end of the French course, say the 1st of October next, a course of latin will be commenc ed on the Hamilton system. The experiment - already made prove that it may be taught on this plan with even greater elBcary and facility, - . .(thocgh from ita peculiar construction and other ,v - cause,, it is necessary toreaaa mucn greater "J number of writers, and therefore a time rather ' ; longer u necessary lor its attainment,; man tne : ' irench. ' ' - Hamilton is assisted by Mrs. Hamiltoo, born in America, and ir his son and three daughters, .bora and educated in France, but who have past 13 months in tu English srhoul of eminence, v in perfect, thsm in Uie knowledge el inai taa - gua;e, previous to their arrival in Awstica. rhilaJclJi:, May 9, 1818. my 1 1 eod3w v , ..... TO LEV, That verr nleassnt itL(ion at Green - Wk'tnin Jk'rwm street, consuungoi a gooa nnu v. . . ... , I J conrmient dwelling nonse, in compieai repair, a stable and out - kitchen, and other out - houses, a welh.f excellent water, end It lots of ground, hid out in a handsome garden ; containing a canity of fruii trees and shrubbery ; formerly occupied by the sitiscriber, and latrly by Air. Juices Cailty. Enquire of WH.LIA.Yi W. GILBERT, Biy?eod2w firernivuli l.ane. A res DrcCtable FARM, of 110 acres, two.tiiixilt under cultivation, tho rusijue wood - taod, situate outlie sea iiorv, a qu.Mtci of ? uiilt below the uorrowa, on the bta'a n l - .lau.l ide :.td n short ride from the steam boat ferry lauding. It gives a very extensive view o1 the bay a:id en - S irons nf New - Vctk, within Uie N'utrows, an.t ol Ron.lv Hook and the ore For pfO - Decl " eoujjled h none. The title is ummeilionaWe Two 'hirdiofthe nurchae monev m iv remnin secured upon the land. Apply to A. V. D. Foun tain on me premises, orio W. A.lsEELY. 113 Greenwich - street. TO LET, a convenient new 2 story house, adjoining the above, with garden and about an acre ol land. For terms apply a above. sun 3 eodtf .Imtrican Insurance t'onmny. THE bonrd of Directors have this day declared a Dividend cf fifteen per rent, on the Ca( ital Slock, for the last six montin, payable en or after the first day of June iiex, between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock. By order of the President and Directors.. May Ii, I81U. my 10 P. HAYT, i - ee'ry. PROSPECTUS " for rcau9ninr. b scBscBirTinsr A MAP OK MEXICO AND LOUISIANA. ffHE publication of this Map has heeu undcr - Jl taken with the impression, that it will ex ld:it iniormalion, highly intereuing at this eventful crisis, and the valuable Matis which the au thor has procured, during his several tours mmuzn Mexico, in the Tears lKOb', 1007, Kili, 1U13, 115, 1316, and 1817. induce him tu beteive that the Map, with even all its imperfections, will he much tne most perfect which has appeared before the pul.lic. This Map will eontain Ihe latest and be9t information from the discoveries and possessions .f the American, Spanish, Rusiaii, British and French travellers and navigators snd rt - presi - n - ting the clutins of their reseciive govenimcnU - n lh Nortliwe.teni cciait of Amnca. The Map will include that portion of North America, which Iie4 oetween the Isthmus of Da - nra. and Ihe 481h deer of North Latitude, and troiD the Mississippi River westwardly to the Pacific Ocean. . In siie the Mnp will be about six by five feet, .... . i i i - ... :l. . end will be prcjecieu on a scaie ui w nine ii. the inch, to he delivered to the subscribers at fifteen dollars f ach. Natches, March 7, 1818. ap 7 lAul r - rx tVU SALK OH 7U tfcV. a2'n;tl Lots in the 5. 6. 8. and 10 Wards; many of w hich are on regulated and paved streets. No money will be required under tea years, ii sow, interest excepted. HOUSES . Several twoand three story houses, on which a great part of the money remain on mortgage. LAS DING AT RED HOOK. An excellent stand for busine's. with ten arr of land, pleasantly situatod, with a wharf, store honse and barn. COTTON snd WOOLEN MANUFACTORY . Near New - Haven, with JOarrosofland, and a sever failing stream, upon which 'JO mills may be erected, wish a siuncicncy oi wnienar eacn. Apply at No. 2 trreenwich - street. jan 13 If GlXiJE INSURANCE COMPANY. THE President and Directors give notice, that a dividend of four per cent on tbe capi tal stock of the company for the last si months, will he paid to th - Stockholders at their Office. No. 55 Wall - street, on and after the 1st day of J ane next. The Transfer book will be clcd on tlie 1 1st instant. By order of thf board of Directors. RICHAHD DUNN, Junr. soy 14 d Im Sec'rv . ALL orders received uid.atteudcd to for laying and repairiii'ibe Manhattan lead pipes and cisterns or tor sink pipes or lead pimps, by SAMUEL 8TARKEY, mvS7 tf No. ISOinnber - Mreet. 'UK bjLk (Or exchanged for proprtT in tliii rltv A neat country bouse iu the v'uiuity of Eli - , y... w.f . - uul.iuiij ri'udienou Uie post - roaa; at present in tbs ortitpatijn c - fi Doct GnnL II contains ei'tit rooms with & piacx in front and rear, a e;ood kitchen, wah - hotise, milk - room, and cellcr , there ia also, a coacb - house, stable ftir two horses, and other convenient out buildings, all in good repair, . , 'about an sere of land, laid out in a handsome 1 Varden and orxhard. wlnchjiirord a variety ofl . choice fruit, acparsius, tc. and a well of ex ' csllent water, wtth a pump. Terms will be , made liberal. ArwWr t JACKiON ft WOOLLEY, V Js 1 la 75 Wail street. r The from The the witii e, la spare given ttd idea lie the fore table his uess v at e C. SAUKRE1VS fATLMT RAZOR STROP. . You that with to shave with ease, .. ; Buy of Sad wdiw if you please; . His Rstor Strop's, pecaliar such, - That arps the ftaxor with a touch. . ' GbAU.VDERS respertiully solicits those; . - who hsve not got his Paten Rsxor Strop,! to furnish themselves with his new invented Razor Strop, aud Metallic Composition. No gea - tU man nho once make triM ol'ooe of the Ptmfis now ofleif rf, will ever try any others; and such is their formation, that ever so much ate will not give t) ramr that rftindnefs which renders the best of them net let, and which is well known always to follow Hie application of all those hi'Jier - tq invented. The above strops art in general u in New York, and are 1;tinguMoed Irom all other. Barbers who Iwve used Uiem say more inthc'.r puiic taan I can piyself. jr ' (.. SAUNDERS, ''' lit AVaU - strett. Also for sale, Razor, Soap, and every utensil fordheving, of the rt (juality, with a superior assoitmcot of Perfumery, Hair - Powder, tic. from Srojlti's, New Bond sticet, London. " K. 0. The most lilieral allowance made to nVIers. my 9i WHbATOa'S JTLH OLNTMEM'. THE lont: and successful use of this ointment JL is a sufficient recommendation, as it hat oeen lot.uJ to be a pleasant, safe and certain re mmjy for that disagreeable disease ia all its ata f - i. it i tor satein the city or wew - sorai, n J. A. A VV. R. Pott. No. 41 W'iiliam - streets I K 'i'. Ciurk. No. 85 Maidt - n - Lane t II.'. 11 SchicrTelin hi Co. No. VJi l'esrl - strcet; Law ence U Kcefc, No. 195 Pearl - street ; Hull A ItoH - ns 146 IV arl - stret ; R. & L. Murray, 313 reori - 'ireti ; J. fti. ltraat.urst, 314 rean - street ; Joha Penford. No. 4 FUtchr - street ; Duryee & Poe, iu Pearl - street; John C. Morrison, 18t! ureebwicb - strett ; John 1. risher, 1U6 Broad - wny ; Walter ft Seaman, cornet of Chamber - st aud Broadway, and aho in Cliathnm - strret ; and in short it may lie procured at most of the Drug btores in this ci'v Also in Philadelphia, of b. Witherell Sons ; George Harrrll , North Si Ropers, and almost a'l the druggists in the principal towns in uie unuea naits. WH EATON'S JAUNLMCE BITTER? maj be hart at tlie above places. tan I'.' bui cPLNCKR it'Ltiliuly iuiorms lr ieails, und the ladies io particular whn recently calltdonher, that her apartments arc now ready lor the reception ol pupils lor the piano tone ; uuo, mat sac is (icsiorus oi ousuin - ingtWuor three more punils, who she would have no objection to wait upon at their own hou cs, should it be preferred. The most respectable references can be given. A gentleman and liis wife may be accommodated with board, my Ii Ira White - street, No. 3. CUT COMMEtlCIAL SCHOOL, 3 RO0SEVRI.T - STRF.KT, BY ISAAC F. bit AGO. Late teacher ol penmanship in the Adelphi school. B lilt, apartuieiits in tins es:abiLnmcut arc nt JL ted u:i with a superior decree of neatnefs. Young Ladies' Room, completely distinct theolbers, it is bclievnl will not merely he lound rommodinus but comloitaulc anil el?gant A Drawing Master, of en.n.e. - it qtialifn htions, frerrutlv mun IjonUuo,) is enspctd to cive in struction in that branch tMiue in the week. liis elegant collection of spcnmr r.s in rare dowers, velvet paintings, landscape, Kc. v:!l gluilly be exhibited to sui h as may he leased to end. terms will lie very luodciale. anil the ex ertions to render landscape drawing, Ac. inter - sfing. by tlieprui aratum of ins exprpsslv lor school, and occat iotul practice from Nature, near ii.uiraii'.ni oi iiio rmc ot perspttt it it lK'lifcvr: will niMire encouragement, nnthmi tic, ti e Minciwid is cU - ti iiuim d to no pa:ns to support ti,c l.i;h character ttiiichtl.e rtcer.t exaiuiuation rf his pupils has rii? to. i he f icility witli which cnmplica - Llrula'ions v. ere. performed i - v many t lii pupils, iu the n'.inti, without any aid l - j the me - n.ory, l.cwevir ii ruuy nuve i:i.prfs - . - ii wmi ine of " gf '.tin'; by rote," mhi thp ieult of fre quent practice uiune, aol rrove that bovs uirv i.uiji.1 an uo lai iiuiti wiiicn are cnuiiaoiny retu.til long pi ar.uce us conntiog houses, be they leave scboui Arp'icatiiHiS for the admission of hoys, will he recei?d on or after t!i 1st of June, against wliicul:me it is intended to increase the n. com - modatiom. my 2ti Im 'New ffiuck and .Imrriean lioartiing U ou:c. SO. 15 WARR.E9r - STRV.ET, BY LAMBERT S I V A T T F. . LAMBERT fclVATTE seizes this opiKirlimi - lytu inform the public, that on tafurday next, 30th May, Ins house will be opened for the reception of boarders, as well as fur gentlemen travellers, who will at all times find, besides his tPftolt at 3 o'clock, dinners served on the shortest notice. His bill ol tare, which will be daily vututU will contain tl:e prices ol the different dishes, wines and liquora. He ulso ii.forni! inendi, thut he will undertake to dress din for private fimii let in tho French or American teste, bouptcf all kinds will be kept in readme.! from 10 o'clock in Uie iiioming tiil five. He hopes, by his long experience, hi assiduity in waiting cn his customers, to merit the paln nngR of the puU.c at large. my an nil' Wf AN TED to lure, u while woman, to do T v the Cooking and Ilmisc wo - k of a small family. Apply at No 6 Wan en - street. mv 28 THE HNE Ait'I s. AMONGS i the pr sent nurii' - rons exliltiitions of this city, M. FAFF ll..tU rs himsell that Uie levers of CP n nine v - irl; r.l old masters, v.i!l tiid his UALLERV, OK PAINTINGS, No. !M ill - street, worthy t'.nr attti.tu.n, and pr lei.t ing them at the sina!!est expense with the mott extenrive gratiucxtioti. N. B. Old paintiigs repaired and restored to their original lustre, or purchased at their utmost vMue. myxtltl jftwi TO LEAsE Oil FOR SALE, jJ,TI That eleruit mo Jem built hou;e, JituMe the corner nt rands and vvarmngtoa .Tree', Brooklyn Its size is thirty - one feit trout nyc:!) fert deep, its room! to arranged as to combine vei y cou venimice for a grnteel residence. It wid be sold with two or more lot; of ground, at tho optioo of the pure hascr. Tcrm, ooo foui th cash, the ret in such payments as will be m : - t convenient to purchaser. Apply on the pre mises to C. UAI.L, may 33 tf NOTICE is hereby giwo, that wi tlit mider - . signrd hnvf been app'ilnted by his honor Richard Riker, Recorder of the City of Nrw - l orK, accorains m ine act lor relit I againn ab - sconiling and absent debtors, trustees for all thi creditors ol the persons ron.titutins the linn, co itartner.hip or house of trade, of I'rtntm at Car ter, ol Bal'luiorp, debtors, who reside out of thi state and are indebted within it ; snd all persons indebted to the snid persons constituting the said firm, copartnership or house of trade, are reimi red by the tenth diy of June next to pay ull debts and snms ot money which they one to the said persons constituting the snid firm, coiinrtnerhip or house of trade, und deliver all property of Ihe sums, which they have in possession, to as, the said trustees. And all creditors of the said per sons constituting the said firm, copartnerships honwnf tr,ile. are desired, bv Ihe first dav of August next, to deliver to us, or one ot'us, their respective demands pgainst the tvme. Dated the 27th day of .May, I Hit!. WILLIAM C. MULLIGAN.) WM PROCTOR, JOSEPH BATES, my S rttJ ID&lawtAl I rustees. TO LKTt The elecant 3 storr home No. 7 Hud son street, which commands a pleasant view of the Park and nver. Possession may be Dad m lew days. aio lor sate, f lie furniture oi sain oouse. ii of the best quality ; well fitted, and suitable to genteel i imiiy. Apply as above. my ii ii AN'l HORis. CONSTANT supply of Anchors from tbe x Iroo - Wnrk of Vleurs. Forbes ft A.Um, io - ai;an, Conoecticat, made of Salisbury iron, with or without iron stocks, for sale by the subscribe, Cmis fo, a manufacturers, and who are authorised to warrant Ihe anchors ifruuirwl. . tucker ft carter, myMeodlm 63 South street 4 to of in POST COACH Airn STEA'.f - BOAT LINES,' - rJJt tU I LA DLL.FUi.1 . VIA roWLU - ROOK & KUIABETBTOWa r0I5T . . (Through ia One tay.) - A NEW Line of Post Coaches with every coo - mjl. venience for passengers and baggage, on springs. The Post Coach wiM start from the Coach office. No. 1 Courtland - streeL near Broadway, N. York, every morning, (Sundays etcrpted) at 5 o'clock, by way ol Newark, Elizahethtown, Brunswick. Princeton. Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the same afternoon, at o'clock. A second Line of new Post Coaches will start from New - York every morning, - (Sundays excepted. 1 at 10 o'clock in the Steam Boat Atalan - ta, lodge at Trenton, snd arrive at Philadelphia, ia a Steam Boat, next morning at 10 o'clock. Fare & dollars. . P. S. Passenzr.r are requested to call and take their stats at the office No. 1 Courtlandt United States Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, Baltimore end Washington City, with every ronvnifnro for naiieners and bnease, on springs. The U. B. mail coach will start from the coach office, No. 1 Courtlandt - st. New - York, every day at 2 o'clocx, r. im. anu arrive bi imi adelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only 6 pas seneera admittf.. r or seats in the above named Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established Coach, and Steam Boat oSce. No. I Court - ImHtliM t n. or lh rnrnrr of Groariwav. New York ; or to A. T. GOODRICH ft CO. o. 124 Broadwav. corner of Cedar - street. Ne - ork. ft7 - AII goods and bsgpage at the risk of the owner. .uoLrn l i un, cv.u . N. B - Expresses sent to any part of the Continent, by THOMAS VVHITFIELD. my 30 SWIFT - SURE MAIL CO.lCHEb, inR miLADELPHIA. ftT" Leave Am iom eveiy morning (Sundny'sex cepted) at 8 o'clock, and ar rive io Philadelphia next day to dinner. I he publick houses are good, and reasonable in their charees. The drivers, burses and coach es are not interior to any others noi? running between these two cities. Tbe beautiful country, and the excellence of the roads on this rout, con nected wlin the safety, comfort, and reasonable exjiences, are beleived to be strong inducements travellers in giving; this line a decided preier enco. I he strictest attention will be obserted br the proprietors in eivinz ecneral satisfaction. All hacsac and Dackases will so at the risk nf the owner unless insured aud receipted for by the clerk of said office. ctase fare only Jo, witha generous allowance bnggnge. Parties wishing to travel at their liuurc, may engage the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, by applying one day previous to starting. For seals apply nt Northern Hotel, No. 79 Courtlandt - slreet, New - York. LYUN, BU?, l. - f. ap 2 Proprietors. STEAM BOAT NAUTILUS. The steam boat NAUTI - f lli trill rfftftrP run na . .'i.ii. l.KAVK NW - l'ORS, At 5 oV lock iu ll forenoon, II do do 11 do do 2 o'clock iu the afternoon. 5 do do I.EAVB 8TATEH ISLARD, At 1 - i! past 6 in the futeiioon, I 'J pust 9 do 1 - 2 past It in the afternoon 3 o'clock do 1 - 2 past G do Off SUNDAYS LEAVE KhW - YORK, At 5 o'clock in the uioiiiibg, 10 do do 1 o'clock in the afternoon, 4 do do I.EAVS STATEN bUM, At o'clock in the forenoon, 12 past II o'clock do 1 - 2 past S o'clock in the afternoon, 7 o'clock do Passengers to the Narrows and Bath will, for thepresent, be tnken down on Sunday morning, the 5 o'clock boat, and be ailed for about half mst 5 o'clock in the evening. I he tare lo ctaien slain! will be 25 centi, and to Butli and the Nar rows, 51' cent, (..luldien hull price. I lie NAtl ILLS n a new boat tl great speeu in fine order, with good accommQilations ; and is propelled on the Livingston and t uiton plan. uii account oi li e p.f aiamntsi oi ner our, uie advantages i f Sra bathing at the places she vis its, tlie varntv and beauty ol the prospects tuey aflbrd, the cheapness of the fare, and the excel lence ot tbe TciresriOietiis anu ai commouuuui.s on board, excU'Siom in the Nautilus lor pleasure or business, will be found expeditious, agreeable and heaithlu). As tlie u httid for t lie transportation ol Horses and Carriages, and the whanes and floats at New - York. Staten - Iland and the lloise - bo.it terry lit the ttluzing Star, prepared for safe and commodious embarking and landing tiuvellcrs in the Post Chaises, or in private cer - ringes between New - York and Philadelphia, 1 lenton. Princeton, New Brunswick, or Wood - bridge, will find tlie route bribe Nautilus and the lurnwkes across &Uten - ti and to iew - Brunswick, the shortest, cheapest and most pleasant that can be selected. JUIM lJLhUllr.bl, captain &(rt:cn - Maiid, 27th May, lain, my i'J I iu VALUABLE REAL ES A l M)K, SALE, IS TIIK tll Or 5EW - TORK. IjMVK lots of ground on t! e west sideofGrren . ,wi h - itrt:t, between Vestry and DesLros - ses - streets, 5!a ly !HJ. t oilr do in the rear ol the above, fronting on tli. - ta - t sulr of Washint'in - itrtet, "j by .1. Fihldo in the hi - ( k belu.v, l.etweeu Was! ingtou and West - streets. In .viontircKiK - ry L.ouiiiv. 6000 nr.r - a ol Land in Lawrence's purcliasr. near Fast Canada Creek, on the north side ol the Mohawk. In Franklin County. 15,16! n. roi of Lar.d, in the lowni of Mount .Morns and Way ton. In Eex County. 78J2 acres i - f l.anj in the lo.vn of Barrymore In the County of Lewis. liiO acres of lanJ in Casterland, Cl.ussanis Purchase. In Para toe a County. 2600 arresin Palmer's puichac. Eii'iuire at ttieefiite of the subscriber. 34 Ce dar - street. BF.V. ROBINSON. mh 17 tf BERGEN' ORPHANS COl 111'. Of the 1'erm of March, 1813. Catharine Schuyler, Administratrix Ac. f ot John A. Schuyler Rule, under SUtute. deceased. V T Iir, court orriyv and direct, That Catharine Schuyler ariinini'tratnx of the roods, cli. - t tels and credits oi John A. Schuyler, deceased, eive public notice toth? creditors of the dece dent to bring in theircliims and demands against ihe estate ol the said decetiect, on or I efore th - brt day of May, in Ihe yer of our Lrrd eiE'n teen h uii - 'red and nineteen, t y pstttirgop notices io mat execi in nte oi uie tn.isi puouc places in uie cunnty cl Bereti, 'or tlie spare of two monbi. ar.d aoveriir tl.e same lor the like "pace of time in a newniptr iwinlrd and ol nsned ia tf s'nic oi Atvji - mr, and in a nws - jyiperpnatKl hnd published in the city or New - tork A true lrans rpt irom fh record, ap 23 Sna Jwl ! A. BO 1 1), Sur'gate. ft - rJOlIV I. ROBISSON and MARTIN LEE have entered inta partnership under the firm of lloUnton k I et, in the stock, exchange and brokerage bumc,at fo. 44 V 'l street, ami solicit the ptronge of their frirs.ds and (tit puouc ve x eoa.w as5sasjMiMBB EXPEDITIOUS TRAVELUXC. S . v tOA PHILADKLrillA. Through in one day, and by day - light. O: ?i Monday tne 1 lib of May in taut, a liue ot iiost - roaches and stcara - hoats between New - York and Philadelphia will be commenced. The passengers will leave While - Hall in New - York every day (Sundays excepted) at 5 odor A. M. in hit excellency rice - president D. D. Tompkins.' commodious aud speedy steam - lioat NAU 1 IL.US, proceed to Bristol by the Malen Island and Woodbridge turnpike, and t:il:e the sUam - boat at Bristol alS o'clock, and arrive in Philadelphia at 4 o'clock the same day. The roads oo the land part of this line are turni ikrd and in excellent order ; Uie country and villages through which they - pass is elevated, pleasant und healthy, the route is the nearnt at present travelled between the two cities ; the various and extensive views whirh it gives of the ocean. the bays, sound and rivers between New - York and New - 3ruurwirk, makes this the most expeditious comfortable and pleasant lour now exist ing between INcw - Yorksnd Philadelphia. A second post chaise will leave New - York eve ry day (Sunday's excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the slenru boat Atlanta, from White Hall, by way ol r.lizabellitown, Vnugetown, New liruns wick, Princeton, lodge at Trenton, take the steam boat at Bristol, and arrive in Philadelphia at 10 o'clock. Fare through $5. For seats in Ihe above lines apply at this office, No. I IK Brcadu - ny. All goods and baggags at the risk of the own ers. JOHN N. GUMMING, Newark. J. GULICK, SONS It CO. Princeton. STOCKTON k HOWELL, Philadelphia, ft Expresses sent to any part of the Uoited States, by L. BAKER, GULICK & CO. mv 11 iSOllUE. For the furthi - r accommodation ol the public, the de parture ol Uie nreny Irom S'ew - York and Newburirli will be in lutute on the following days Leave New York on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, at 9 A.M. Leave Newliur;;h on Tucsduy, Friday and Sunday at 8 A. Al. The alioe arrangement will commence by the Firifly leavine Nctvburgh ou Sunday, the 24th May. '1 he Western Stage leaves Newhurgh immediately after tho arrival of the Firtriy. my Tl NOTICE. fry - Steam Boat Oi.ivk Urakch will sail every Sunday, at 1 1 o'clock round Statrn Island, and occasion ally, il II in winJ and tide will permit, to (lie hock. This beautiful sail will contribute both lo hinlth aud pleasure, and is as cheap a re creation as can be lound. Parties who mean tu partake of this amusement will, if convenient, give in their names the day preceding, at the office in Markctfield street, north side ol tbe Bat tery. Dinner cn bonrd, nt the usual prices. Passage Ct children lull" price. my 13lf t.OOViKUXD & FRAsER'S wholesale and retail copper, pewter, tin and shtet - irou kitchen furniture warehouse, No. 38 Mai - dcn - Laue, New - ork ; where may be bud I'lain & plan ubed block - tin coffee - pots iJo do do bigensandfillcrcrs Do do do tea aud chocolate pols Do do do newest pattern dish covert Do do do sauce aud stew pans Do do do tea and coffee urns Do do Jo egg cups and boilers Do do do cheese plates and toasters Willi every other article iu the copper, pewter, block - tin, and sheet - iron line, as manufactured and sold nt their factory, No. CI Ful ton - street, lour doors above theirolJ f stabli. - hment, where, from their present convenience aud acknowledg ed improvement! m the mcllv di of workmanship, they are cuabltd to receive and execute all or - deu in the i.bove line, on the shortest notice and at the mo - t redu cd wholesale price. I;. A t . have received per late arrivals an ex tensive assort meut of first rate tutania metal, Uock - liii, atd japanned goods, which, with a variety of hard and hollow waies, they offer for tale on reasonable terms. my 22 2w A CO s O.ViTAM apply o la dies Beaver Hats, freh from the manufactory, suitable lor the south - era market, and packed at the shortest notice, rt J. WILSON'S, 1C0 Broadway. may S7 iry WHEATO.N k DA - V i'lS, Fancy Chair Manufur turers, No. 153 Fulton - st opposite St. Pauls Church, offer for tale, wholeaate anr) retail, a large and elegant as tortment of Curld Mnple. plain painted and ornamented in gold h brcnze,baniboo, plain and Gilt Balls, Rot k - ing, Sewing, and Conversation Chairs, Sofas, Settee. Loungees, Music Stools, i:c. Orders from any part of thecontinenttxecuter with ijrntne.asand li. patch. Old ( - 'iiair. rtphired, painted and ornamented my I'J ffF.1l' DkESSLVG ROOM. AFRL'MENTO, No. 1 VVall - str t, just re - . turned from Paly, has the honour to inform the gentlemen, that he cuts and drens hair in the latest style, and in a marner so as to adopt it lothe phisio - jnoniy. He has for sale a qsi.iti - ty of RAZORS of U first qualtty, if they do nr.t please oo trial, Uie purchasers ate at liberty to return them, and receive the money. He has likewise procured a very fine hone, nndengsges lo it slore razors to a very keen edge and should thty not cut hs will receive no recompence. Those rentltinen who miy please to honor him with their patronage, may depend oa the mosi canicular ami rrstx - rtful hltenrlnnro. Frumnto has just received s few setts of the celebrated Viang - ilia ralM Baek Razors, war - ranlfd of Damisrus steel cf a superior quality, Amateurs may shave themselves luxuriously. N. B. tientlemea who subscribe tytlieqnar ter will have their rotors, c. kept exdunvely for themselves. r. S. A good journeyman wanted. Apply mm n.in ma 6 tl TO LKT. A dry Cellar. oJr the hmt No. 9 rioe - street. Lrq - ure af MR. SMEDES, ylltf Ui Pcari - ttncL a 1 i "r t - TSZ222 - ji I - , srsySBMMJswi w . m ; u itrnlLAlUlifUU,. Twenty - five miles land carriage, via New - Crunswick aud Trenton. In new pott coaches $5 Do. good stage, . 4 50 Do. tirrcastle or deck passengers' 3 50 Connected by the steam boats OLIVE BRANCH and PHILADELPHIA. The steam - boat Olive Branch will leave NewYork every dny, Sun - dav exccpteil, from the north side of the Battery Ii at 1 1 o'clock A. M. Passengers wdl lodge al Trenton, aud tike the steam - boat Philadel phia, to us to arrive in Philadelphia e.t 10 o'clock the next morning, iu time to laite tne ucion Line Baltimore steam - boats. This line has a connection with the best bouts on the Delaware and Chesapeake to Norfolk ; as Uo those of the North River and Scund ; and their several arrivals arc calculated to cause little, if any delay. This is a speedy and certainly the most convenient rout, as the passengers will leave New - York after the banks open, and arrive iu Philadelphia before the hours of business, wilho - .it fatigue in travelling or want of sleep, the laud carriage being much less than by any other route between the two cities. For seats in the alwve line apply to WILLIAM B. JAO.UES. At the Union Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar - kelfield - street, north side of the Battery, between Greenwich ft Washington - streets, or to The CAPTAIN cn board. OtT AH gocds and baggage at the risk of Ihe owner. np TU t: zVL'Alt SI MM BUATSUJfK. The proprietors, with a e - f oriftsnvwir'.rl:if ins thr public, by extending the line in Nonvich. intend making lie exueriiiient Hub Ihe Fulton. Caut. Law. and this route (if found practicable) will he continued during the season. 1 lie line will in H'.lure tie irom ,ew - loric vo Norwich, ns follows : The Connecticut, Capt. Bunker, will leave New - iork every Mvndiiy, IVtennday end tndji, at It o'clock, in the morning, for New - llaen. Hie r ultou, Capt Law, will leave AortrirA et 6 o'clock iu the niornini; of the same days, touch at A'w - London and depart from thence for JYctc - Haren nt 8 o'clock. The boats will meet at .Vtir Haven, and depart from tin nee every Mundny, ff'fdntt - diii and Fridcv. at 7 o'clock in the evening the Connecticut (or .Yeir - Forfe, and the Fulton tor Jitir - Inndon and J oi uxrh. uih 17 jVJ,TU HirKii STt - iM - UO. - ITX. fjT - On the 1 1 th of May, mm Uirj IvUtllS Will .UUjlUtJlli.C Xkaasxt riinniiifr (iinr lim a a wrlf. HSSas foll - s: - A Boat will leave Netv - Yrrk on Tuesday, at 9 A. Al ; Wednesday, at 5 P. iM. ; Friday, nt 9 A. M. and Saturday, at 5 P.M. of each week ; and a bo.it will leave Albany on Monday, Wed nesday, 1 bursdry, rnd Saturday, atyA. ftl. The above arrangement will commence by the I hancellor's leaving Albany on Monday, the tlth May, at 9 A. M. and die Richmond Itavin New Yoik on Tins Jay, tbe P.'th at 9 A.M. The Fire - Flv leaves Ntw - York on Tuesday. Thursday and SaturdhV, at 9 A. M. for New - burgh, and returns on Monday, Wednesday und rruiay, ntiiA.iVl. my v .Eivuciu.ii and i an amiiaii.i a mail - m ale inn if. - iflnr a u - fkk. EAVES Newl.nh eve - rv Sundav. '1'iies.lnv. V:iN5JtTiV!nd '1 iitirsday uiornii.'..s , hi three o'clock, rens llirousri Moui'riiit rv, Bloominchiirrh. Monlii cllu. by hite L ike, Coshcttun, Mount Pleasant, tirt - al tiend, Uicnango fi int, Uwrga, nhica, aud t'C - nevn, loiaiiaml.nzua. Returning leaves Canamlaifjua every Monday, Wednesday und Friday morning at three o'clock, and arrives at Newburgh, the third day in time to take the Steam - boats which arrive in New - York the following niorninr;. (Cj mo be erpectrd ('.al al art l,mn ic tie iteam - boati alter Ihctr days ef running, that tliit itne tciu alter to as to meet than. The whole route will be perfumed in three days, from the first of May, until tlie first of November - sand from the first ol November until the fifteenth of December, ar.d from the fifteenth of March until the first of May, in tour uavs and from Uie 15th IHccn - .bcr, tin - til the fifteenth of Match die same line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to Cauandaisna in four da vs. Passengers travelling from New - Ycik to C. - inandaitiia. N uigara or llutlalo, can leave N lovk in the evening btciati - boats, and arrive in Canaiidaigua in three days a distance of three hundred miles. The line is well furnished with good, new carriages ; good horses, and careful and experienced drivers Every altcn t'ron will be paid to render the passage of the traveller sale, easy and expeditious t and it is believed that the accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the state. (Xj FARE from Ncwbtirgli to Caiundaigua KOLKI EKN UULLAIta. N. I). A branch of the same line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, s line runs from Owegn Tioga Point; thence through Newton n and Punned Post, to Ualli, ftc. , BAGGAGE, as Uiuul, at Uie risk of the owners. David Godfrey. Bloominsburgh,"! I'.. C. St. John. Mount Pleasant. I L. ft R. Manning, Chenango, tProprie Lutlier Oere, Ithica, j tors, Samuel fJreenliff, (ienevn, I Oliver Phelps, Lantiug, J mh 11 dtjin W DUBOIS, beps leave loiniurm Ihe public . that he has just receives!, per hnjU accrue, and ship George, from Loudon, a (ecneral iiiwrtiue ut of articles in the musical liue, amongst wintii arc limit very etegani small riano - r ortes, anu a pnrucuiarty cieginl rose - w ood grand cabi net Piano - Forte. Also tlie new invented Metronom.? or self - time beater, with a large assortment of new .uusic, which he ohtirs lor sale wholesale or re tail, on the most reasonable terms, my 8 M JVA'S A.yjI.BILlOL'H PILLS. f HICH have been attended with a degree V of success highly grateful to the invtnt - or's feelings, io several parts of tlie West Indies, and the Southern and Middle States, particularly in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Sc. The operation of these pills sire perfectly mild, io as to be used by persons in every situation and of every age. They are excellently adapted to carry of iu - perilous bile, and prevent its morbid secretions ; to restore and amend the appetite; to produces free perspiration, and thereby prevent coldi which are often of fatal consei'jUTice. A dose never fails to remove a ccld, if taken oh its first ap;earar.ce. Th'y are an infallible preventive oi Bilious and Malignant Fever, and sitosild be procured for ue, by every seaman and traveller. Prepaid and sold at LEL'S Medicine Store, No. - 16 Maiden Lane. Druggists aud country store kecpert supplied ca liberal tcnui. . my IS 9 J CSLiaDVSSfa i rfiscsraiDg pabfic aw ac w ti a t vween tilings that d:fi. DOCTOR HORNTL former), cf t);e c ity f Lrldon, aa mv - mher of tr.e fsxullr or nh. and surgery there, deems it bis d - ty to repeat Bomeonserrations o the abuse of JMERCURY. a rash, indiscriminate, and onoutdt. fed stse thereof, has been produo tivo of infinite mischiof. tk - ands are annsally mercurialized out of era.1. ence. i tie disease we have in view owes its fa. tal results chiefly to this source. " What a piw that a young man, the hopes of his country, an J tlie darling of hi parents, should be snitched a. way from all the pros Dec ts and by the consequences of one ungaarded momeiiL and by a disease not in its own nature' fatal, ani uiumwuum neglect or UDDrorwr treatmenL" A ereatlemap. flni r, lit. Z' Uent) now perfectly hearty and WI nnder physicians of general practice, six and repeatedly lalivat. d ; when recommended u ur. u. t,ny a geuticman or this city) his bones were carious, end bis hesh dropping from them ' bis friends declared he could not possibly suriEl two months longer. Thousands experimentallJ know with what etse aad jptw " '.. . ry, and other fatal deb?.;. iTiTjV'A8 I'mcni. therefor. l,au;; T"?. "V".,ona fate disorder, or surpccUng latent poison, admonisliednot to tamper with their cowth.! Uou, or cor.cei.1 the disorder, tJl past recov. ry; others havine the remain! r . - i.i - 0Te or other impurities of the Mood, as well as o' er compla nts of a delicate nature: in Jfc ex. suoud remember posterity, aud do iuitk, o their consciences, by making appucati to Dr. II. at bis old nml - a.u?1 y, , ui wiuu mat prompt assistance., one calculated to prevent rfisclosVre. K let me claim your serious attenbon Remcmla, n a superficial cure is no cure at all; nnlnss UiebV iness ia radically done, you will certainly h ti e disorder brenk out again with redouhitd ,77 lignity, at some future period ; jierhans tllt.l ot iuo iaie lur rtnieuy. uon'l you often mef i. the streets miserable, mutilated hrin. l even a hit of nose on their face i Tai.V - . J.ZL1 I l:eetch you. Dr. II's. character for skill and stubborn in. ri;y being universally kaonvn in this city, sines 1L01, guarantee to patients that delicacy Snd ss - crery liitl'.erto unknown, and having conCced fcis v practice ("orvears past, exclusively to the cure o diseases of the blood systin, tiiey niaysafelyral. culcle on (he most decided advantages iilrr,.. lullir Dr. II. Gleets eradicated in twa or three weeki. Strictures removed withoul bougies or any other instiumcnt t nud all debilities i like in .11 old ulcerations, fistula's ftr. A plurality of ofiices are proiided, and so tils, ited that patients are not exposed tfleachntVrti observation. Open till half past 9 in the evening. .... wt.i lu.ncti iu ic ires 11 nllins'. and sneakiii'' with I Ir. II. ul.; - f. i. ... of cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid (lit; ttpression of gratitude fur iununjcrable recon. Diindatious, nnd for the decided preference fit is irr'iiiivu iaiuijuieau!lj lung given ui m tj ludicious public. i. is. aii letters must be pott paid, I r. Biicbauan. Au??7 1v JfKU Ji Ull L .i tk a H 1 .SOU LUtObl. F.VANS' sumvior 1 X'nel '.method ofcur'ir.r a cer tain Diea - , is now univer - tally acknoivleJjrx'd iu t':is city : bismnle oftreitmcD' is perfectly mild, tafe, ts 'irditious nn.l his charcl renjinablf. In every u - - tanrp ht warrants a run. iatiil trill rd irnthcpiyilbe nors not poriorm nreeau'e to contract. ai ri t.t st - rrrv nltvnvi ribirrft. Tliere arc many ivrsons tu this city and its vi cinity, laboiing under various chronic diecufei, 'lie 11 as cancers, om uvi icinie un era, tcroiuil or Kings evil, nmuia. ciseases oi uie ureuis, Madder and kidnies, old romplichtcd complaints of a certain nature, bilious and cither obstrsc - tions, rheumatism, Ax. which they consider inca rable, they can certainly be cured fin general) by arplyio' - ' 1 - ,r - EVANS'S Mtdical Store, Nt. 9, Peck - slip, having practised in exUfctirt hospitals in Europe If years, under some of Iks iirst Surgeons blJ Physicians in the world, sri made those obstinate diseases his constant sttdt for 30 years. Oct 1! fiy The subscriber haying recently returns! from England with an important improvement tho artificial spring LEG, he takes this method of informing his friends and the public, that all those who are so unfortunate as to be in want si a leg, or arm, they ran be accommodated by sp - plying at No. tl Uartlay - strct t, New - York. Jau S3 WH, rURVlS. HYDE - PAKE INSTITUTION. A SELECT and private Classical School is established at llvde Park. Dutchess coun ty, state rl .New - York, under the direction sxJ instruction oi BENJAMIN ALLEN, L. L. 0. 1 tie institution is designed to unite with a Clas sical and English Education, the modem langsi - ges. The classical course will comprise the Lttia and Greek Languages, Ancient History and Us o - rapliy, Mythology, Roman and Grecian Aati - quilies. i nc r.ngusn course w in comprise csnun G rammer, Elocution, Elements of History, Hht - torick, Geography, l' nmiiiii hip, elementary snl practical Math ui..lict, and the outlines of Natural Pliiioiopby. .Mi - th rn Languages will comprise the French, SpatiU - h ar.d I' .lihn. Aliiral aud rchious Instruction will be nttrn - lel to, as youtli it the most proper time to inculcate and lix those print iplesol virtue a - id piety, wliii h ought to direct &.nd inilue - nce the com - duct of future li 'e. The pupils of tho Institution wilt be memlierl of the Principal's family, and under his immediate care and government. Particular nttcntioa will tm paid to their morals arid manners. The oveniuif nt will he strict, but mild nnd parentalits aim shall be to give habits ol order and iudttstiy, and inspire a gencruus emulaticn. The institution will (c - furnished with a Libra - i 'i.i... - l . - . .. li :i ,.l;..i In. par.vtus, the use of which tlie pupils will be taught, and made familiar with the most important und striking experiments in Natural FhuVsc - phy. .These will be considered as rewards of good conduct and attention to study, and constitute one of the most interesting sources ol a muscmeut and recreation. It is known frornex - perience that much uselul knowledge may thus incidentally communicated. The terms are three hundred dollars per annum, payable quarterly washing included. Classical studeuts who study the inedcra languages, will be charged 10 dollars per fluarhi extra for the tnme. The students bnd their beds and beddinf - T he number cf students is limited. .t,tJJi?" men therefore who are de.irons of placing their sons in the institution, will please to make aa early application. , All letters relative to the imtitution. addressed to the subscriber, Hyde Park Post Office, Dutchess County N. V. will be promptly atund - ed to. BENJAMIN ALLEN. The summer term wil' commence on tbe Sups of May, mysow ROMAN CEMENT. 60 casks Roman vti aeut.just received and forssle by J ANDERSON & SHEARER, my 53 131 Watei - ttreet. . NEW - YORK: PRINTED AJfD PUBLISHED MICHAEL BUIVfHAM CO. 49 WiLLtAH - sTwcur rrosnK Tita Bask Cofee - Uoc. ' No, TTTT ri r

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