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NUMBER 4985 FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1818. NO. 49 WILLIAM - STREET. For &1LE, rk. nr fine hriir ALONZO. GreeO, ..ee 163 tons, is in excellent order. A'cn be lent to sea at a small expence. "hron board at Govemeurs - wharf. or to Apply on l'OTT & M'KINNE, a 56 South - street. my . i i i. i vtii npp.. i ne Duruiensomc btu. ii of 105 tons, lying at Jones - wharf. Affyg9 . 56 South - atreet (JT jjU9tvn uriu v .) n . ..t pivnffiTP Tmtf. mas yl lie IUUL1 Y T - f - - jXf ICT t Will llftfC Hlllinuiv . - - - for itrciguw US .a - h, 0 - 4, commodations, apply tooTT&MiKiNNEt - .no 56 South - street "J For ttltlGUTot CUAHJEli, - .1 CI TIP win. i .A very superior copp 1 r . nnrt yff - mantir cxneciea irom m w r7 in bilat. and cau proceed immediately else - wbero for a cargo. Apply to ' G. G. & 3. DOWLAND, mv 2.1 67 Washington st A'r Sale. Freight or Charter, firhnnnrr MORNING ST AH. bur Jthen 90 tons, will stow 800 bbls. is a good vessel, and ready for a voyage, lies at Dover - street wharf. Apply to II. & C. V. DAVENPORT k CO. my 28 tor AMSTERDAM, Theretrular tradine brijr OHIO. E. Porman. mnater : has rart of her cargo engaged,, and will be dispatched without de - lav. For freight or pasrsgc, (having very good ic'commodutions,) apply to the master on board, at pier no. 5 north river, or to J. C. ZIMMERMAN, mv 27 tf No. 77 Washington - t. "pi'.Aa TER OF PA Rls MAN U FACTOR V , At the foot of Harrison - street, North - River. WHERE manufactured 1 Inster, for cornices and other purposes, may he had, warranted of the first quality, at one dollar and Iwrn - lufire cmlsptr bushel. The manufactory is conduc ted by Mr. John Tucker, who has served a regular apprenticeship to the maion busincis. h?l JOHN BYERS. LEATIIKK. 5a sides undress.ed upper Leather, for sale by ANiioN g. ruEi.ra, my 29 183 Front - street. (Li I Willi t. Lt.AU, Ait. Ate. J J J kegs London White Lead iu oil 30 barrels do Dry. While Lead 8 tons Red Lead SO barrels Bristol Red OJire SO do Venetian Red ; 2 tons line Litharge Cti hosh!d Whiting CO casks Paris White ; 2 hhds. Verdigris 60 tierces f rewh Yellow Ochre 5 kegs Veriniilirn 4 casks Prussian HUip, 4001b. C'romc Yellow; FaUnt Yellow fcpanuli Urmvn, tnetinn r 1 Red, Yellow, IX OIL. Iliac k,. i Verdigri, J Lampiilack i Ivory Clack ; Pule Brown Spirits Turpentine ; l.intfctd Oil 400 boxes Window tilatt, assorted For sate on the lowest terms, for cash or at siort credit, hv PETER SCHERMERMORN tc SONS, my 1 243 Water street. f l.V NCH, iun iat No. 40 Vv illi.im - ttiwt,) MJ . hnoahaud the following WINF.S and LIQUOR3, selwled with judgment by himself, which he tillers at wholesale and retxl, war - nttd pttY, as im;xr?rrf , L'j'T I M - eim, from 3 to 18 1hl'a', I years in wood. 40 qr casks ) ' Old Madeira, iu bottles, from Sto 2f years Champaigne, Burgundy, Claret and Sautcrnc, of very superior quality 1 pipes dry Litbon, 7 years ol J 7 do Sherry, nine years old, and free from Boracha taste Port, in pipes and bottles Table wiue, for its quality, the cheapest iu America I Tenerifle, in bluls. Old Brandy, do. Rum, do. Gin, not reduced 500 demiji.hus, containing five gallons each 50 sroce wine bottles N. B. Those in the trade, and country dealers, will find it to their arrount, to supply themselves with wines and liquors at the above establishment, as they will be certain to obtain articles of the first quality,' at the lowest prices, and purs as imported. my 9 2ui TO HE LEASED, ON favorable terms, for a long term of years, 4 lots of ground on Broadway, 200 feet deep, extending to Croiby - street, between Hester and Grand - streets. S lots in Water - street, near Catharine - market. 1 lot iu Water - street, between Fulton and Burling slips. Also, several other lots in the 5th, Cth, Cth and 10th wards. For particulars, enquire at No. 30, Chatham - street. may 8 HAVANA SL'GAR, TALLOW, A:c. 50 boxes brown Havana Sugar, entitled to drawback. 180 ceroons South Americnn Tallow 54 boxes Roll Brimstone, and 18 casts Tumbiers. Landing and for sale ty JAMES D'WOLF, Junr. ' my 12 54 South street. RICHMOND FLOUR Si TOBACCO - 250 bbls superfine Hour, HaxalFs brands i - X'j do do do country do 6 do fine do do ' do 1 do X middlings C3 hhds prime old and new tobacco 4 do do uew tobacco, fit for manufacturers For ralo by W. & 5. CRAIG, may 29 ' 84 Front - street. COrFER BOTTOMS. Ac 2000. lbs. Cop - per Bottoms, 80 to 30 inches 60 casks Wrought Nails, Eng. and Am. 6 bales Italian Paper i000 lbs. London Seine Twine, for sale by CEBRA ft CUMING, y2l - ft ,rl - street. 'Mill LlALX, lHEETl.TiS A.D Dl BAPKHS. Y the late arrivals from DnVlin and Belfast. . HENRY M'VICKAR &. CO. have received 4 - 4 & 7 - 8 linens, 5 - 4 sheetings, in half pieces B lawns, 3 - 4 diaper 4 brown linens, in half pieces Kuiaauucfc and table cloths, which they offer n reasonable terms at No. 57 1 - iue - sL "a 20 2iv 4 ttn 10 LOA ON MORTGAGE. 4 III lO DOIARSaretobehadoniioin - ciuire of Vcu"'Vrrd pro?erty in the city. ln - suueof Anw uYni'viini s.i ANDW. sroi:Viini.M " Stock and Es bn - e Broker, i,n ,. ii unnic uiorr, lh. 50 csesClnret Wine, containing , ',?nD'cIi4 16 do do 3 dozen each, ol i " "OIn eac cmiZa " ..0VBranne Moutoa. vintaif. ISiare and for ui. ooth America, from Bordeaux, my tt 7 A. GKAC1ES0.N3. HARDWARE, CUTLERY tc 2 casks Scotch spring Locks 5 casks plate Locks, i do Steelyards 1 do chest handles. Uc, 1 do screw plates, scale beams, ic. 1 do brass cocks, tic, 1 do bell metal kettles aod skillets 1 do tin'd pots and sauce pans 2 do fine padlocks 4 do Banbury locks, hinges, Ex. 2 do hammers, pincers, locks, &c. 2 do - ML hinges, &c. 4 do anvils 1 do liammeis and sledges 2 do black & bright vices, 2 do files 4 do pocket, pen and double blade kiiivct 4 do sham buck and bone table knives 3 do buttons 100 do cut nails and brads, from 2d. to 20 J. Also, a large and general assortment of aoods open ob the ihelvcs, for sale at the niott reduced prices, liy AUAM3 & 15LACKWELL, may 7 215 I'tarl - st. A RON SMI TH has rt moved ro SM9 Broad - . way, 2d door above Vemy street, and offers for sale 011 reasooahle terms, Black, white and col'd satins Green ievautine, loiiisine und flnrence silU Black, white, green our! liht hlue reps Superfine white chip dais. v. illi bands and extra crowns Elegant crape and fig. tafata ribbons White, black and pink tulle lace Black Italian lutfslrings Plaid, changeable and plain col'd do. Strip'd marcclir.e silks, Fine black, white and 10IM bombr.zir.e . Do. tabinets and poplins Black anil col'a Canton crapes fig'd Nankin do 7 - 4 and 8 - 4 Nankin crape shawls and scarfs Fig'd and plain India mull muslin Do's, mull and cambric dresses and thaw Is Inserting and lluimce trimming Thread laces, t rtgings and iooUiiks French lawn, linen cambric and lidkfs Fine 4 - 4 Irish linen Damask table cloths nnrt napkins, all sizes Muck, white and col'd Knglishiilk gloves t r.stor, kid and neaverdo Best fig'd nnd plain peart huttons Klue. Mack, stern and assorted tewinz silk Black, white nnd col'd raw silk shawls and scaris Merino shawls and diestcs satin Jeans, black and col'd galloons Hatbands, with a zcnctal assortment nf fancy ar.il stable goods. my 16 w j vu. ceo JVAjvutA awn i . f HE Subscribers beg leave to acquaint their J. friends and the public, that they have re moved their Tob.tcco Manufactory into tht. - ir fire - proof store, No. Ci W al r - stroct, where (hey intend carrying on the bu - inrss on au exten sive scalethey haveou hand a largo supply of Pigtail rolls, made ot irst Ki nuion t tctacco Sweet sceuled N. lleuil Ladies1 twist Long cutchewlng, la 1, 4, f!, auJ IG ounce papers do smoking d Macuba muff, in jars and bottler, 1 y wholesale and retail Scented Rapper, do do Strasl.'urg snuff do t - 'o French rappee do U Main fine do do 1j Scotch snuff iu bottles and bUJJurs Spanish segars, made c.f hoice tobacco im - Mrted2yearagn,ajid warranted genuine New - Orleaus 1I0T American nv. Orders from the country will be punctually and carefully attended to. may 9 Iu I, JiAAHSl v.. ... - I tt.t.tj VhJ ...J .m.i AS entire soit for a ship of about JT.O tons, ted o or IJ anchor', of assoited sizes, fjr sale by POTT At M'KINAiE, mv JO 56 South street. OlM CDl'I't.K. JOiHJllis. oldl.tppert received from Jamaica, wilt be sold in lots to suit purchasers, by 1WA.IVC.IW NliSlflin.9, my 30 29 routh - t reet. T AMES D'ttOLF. Juar. has removed Irom 5 1 J Front - strict to 51 South - street, and ofl'ers for sjle 52 ceropns south American Tallow 25 toi s rleun St. 1'eteishurgh Hemp, few belts first quality Russia Duck; Ger - Uian i - teel iu boxes, entitled to draw - (ai k. 1C00O lbs. Green CmTee do 25 boxes China table setts 172 pieces each 1(1 hhris pure i - pints I case FlatiPas. my 5 ! OFFATT'S SIOCK ALB For sale at if M. No. 20 Fulton - st. by my 22 3w ELLIS & FLF.CKNER. ' I MiKtAU HOsK. A lew dioen long and X half thread Hoe, for sale by G. G. K s. IIOWLAND, Je 1 f7 Washineton street. 'IMJKPENJ'INE. aOU bhls soil TurpeaUne, JL lor sale by BETHUNE ti CO. 92 C. f. Slip. my 26 HUMS, OIL, A;c. iic.M hhds. Paris L Vhite aod Whiting CO bbls. Spanish Browa 90 do Yellow Ochre 16. casks Venetian Red 10 tons dry and ground While Lead 2 do Red Lead ' 500 lb. Prussian Blue 20O0 Ih. Blue Vitriol ; 3000 lb. Oil do 10 hints Copperas : 5 do Pumit e Stone 1000 lbs. Gum Copal; 1500 do do Shellac , luu u:is. lroun.lLainwo xl 20 do do Logwood and Nicaragua 500 do do Tumeric 5 tons St. Dnmin?o I.ofrwood 2 do Lar - e Nicaragua ; 2 do Red Wood CO boxes Eastern Mould Candles Linseed, spermaceti and neats foot Oil Black and Bright Varnish 2500 ftet 8 by 10 Glass 1500 do 7 by 9 do for sale by RIPLEY At WELD, my 14 192 Front, corner of Fulton - st. MO.E TO LOAN. FROM 12.000 to 30,000 Dollars to loan, to be seemed by Mortgage on Real Estate in this city. Apply to ROBINSON, TOWN & BENSON, my 25 44 Wall - stive t. WANTED, several young LADIES as p preuliccs to the MANTUAMAKING - BUSINESS. Enquire of MISS MARSHALL, my 14 - tf No. 7 Cedar - strert. 'PEA, TIN i'LATE, BLOCK TIN, Uc. he. Ji 40 chests hvson si. in tea 100 box Tin Plate, assorted IfVJO lbs. India block tin 8000 lbs. Spanish do 6000 lbs. iron wire 100 (ierces prime new rice 50 bbls. cider brandy. - For sale by ANSON G. PHELPS, my 18 183 Front street. JJOl TON. 25 bales Upland Cotton, for sale b R. fc C. W. DAVENPORT t CO. my 30 linn LEMOSke. Smi KJ J Bones fresh Messina Lemon", in prime order 50 boxes do do . Oranges Now landing and lor sale by mr 13 PETER RF.MSEN & CO. GUNNY BAGS, in bales orotherwise, of good quality, for sale by .,... - CEBRA ft CUMING, Je 1 78 Pearl - strest. HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c Plated and tinned saddlery Koitting Pins Iron and Steel Steelyards, Sii - kles K&ivrs and forks, a great variety, f Pattern Cards Razors, Scirsors, Pen amir of them Pocket Knives, ) Steel Plate Saws, Chitrels Plane Irons. Drawirr; Knives - Files, Rasps, . Card Wire, Frying Pans English blisterd Crowley and Millington Steel, Sic. Sic. For aie by EDWARD LYDE, my 28 tf ' No. IG William street. KENTUCKY 'lOBACCO. 14 hhds prime Kentucky Tobacco, landine from schr. Kenelon, west siJe Burling slip, fur sale at 53 Washinston - st. CHAS. L. OGDEN Si jmyja ' A BR. OGDEN. rVUN - PLATES, TKACE - VUAlJiS. kc SL 200 boxes tin pfates 23 casks Traces Brass Wire No. 9 CO casks Roman Cement, now landing, and lor sale by ANDERSON Ac SHEARER, 131 ivater - strcei. Jf 7o hare in ilore. Patent nnd common Carolina and Virginia lloes Sheet Brass of r I! sizes Brass and copper Wire London unHi pocket Books and Wallets Ladies work lines Uc. my 25 rr. .n'iTfi . . 3 Elegant patterns, f'T sale by niy.'Hj MARCH A: LOW. 210 Broadway. SC Y 1 11LS. 33 doz.m, lor sale by J. D'WOLF, Jr. my 14 54 Smith - nlrerf. WOOLLENS. Ii0.cE and Point Blankets J Ingrained Carpeting, common and super. Venetian no Wilton Hml Brii'sels Hearth Ruzs Piinted Table Covers, green, blue, scarlet, &c. IJlue Cloths and Coatings. Received ier Ann Maria, rrom Liverpool, and for s ale by EDWARD LYD E, mv IV If No. 16 William street. ri'OUACCO, HIDES and KLoUR J. 1 1 hhds Kentucky Tobacco, lauding from the ship Mary, from flew Orleans 15.) salted tildes, landing irom llie (turni - sing bun, Irom retnainbuco Mt rarreis Kicnnioiin 1 lour 20 hhds. old, and 40 do new Richmond Tobacco, for sale by UOEERT GILLESPIE, mv 21 1 12 Front street. KESH TEA'S Aic.iiUthcsU ln.su Ujsou 1 Ten 10 chests Hyson Skin 10 25 catty h ues Mowhee Souchong 5 quarter chests B.;hra IS boxes froaii sweet Oil, in bellies 10 bags ptiine green Coll'ce 5 do Java do 1 pipe very superior Madeira Wine 20 boxes mould Candles C'O Deuiij'jhiis ALSO, Cognac Brandy. Holland Gin White t brown Sugar, Jamaica Ruin Mulus?es ahd oUier trroterles, for nlc cheap, by 11ALSLY U COS M A N , my 27 iw ai oia - siip. Tl LU.M"'S Slrangers tiuide to the City ot Jj New - York, price 1 50 Received and for tale at the Minerva Circulating Library, No. 265 Broadway, opposite the Museum, my 30 ' ' AURSIC WANTED. RESPECTABLE midille aged woman is .LA. wanted as an atteudant und nurse fo a sick lady. Apply at nivSiltl No. 4 Roue street. (rl.Yii HOUSE HIDES. - (pipes nud hhds. t Cranston GIN, of sope - JL sl 12 bbls. S 1 "r quality, 13 lDlcs Horse Hides, just received aud for sale by je 1 sr.i. . iiunui. I A - C. McliOLs. No. 132 i'tail - nreet, have I . now for sale 2 cks white and striped Marseilles Quilting 1 do white and striped Jeans 2 do black Sinchews an. I black Sarsnets 2 do coloured Canton Crapes 1 do tine black French do 2 do black and assoned sewing Silk 1 do assorted Kid Gloves 1 do of mens and women's silk do 1 do 4 4 and 6 - 4 Cambric Muslin 3 do 4 - 4 and 6 - 4 Book do 2 do Jaconet do 2 do plain and seeded Mull do 2 do 5 - 4 Irish Sheetings 1 do Linen Diaper 3 do 4 - 4 Irish Linens, 1 do 7 - 8 lorn; Lawn fine 2 do brown do t do Cotton Plalillas 3 do striped and Carlisle Gingham 3 do Madrass and Naval Victory Hdkfs. 2 do Imitation, Merino, H Damask Shawls 3 trunks Plate and superfine Calico 3 do Furniture Chintx . 2 bnles black and assorted Bomhazetti 2 do black and blue Broad Cloths 2 do red and white Flannel. - Je23w HARDWARE. CUTLERY IS BRISTOL GOODS. THE subscribers have received by the late arrivals from Liverpool and Bristol, an exten - ive supply of Hardware and Cutlery of every description, which they oner tor sale 10 the merchants from the country, in such quantities as mav be wanted, at a low advance and liberal credit. They have also rcce ved on consignment and offer for sale by the package. 1 60 casks and cases of Birmingham Hardware, consisting of most of the staple articles in the line. 10 casks of Kenyons warranted hand, pan tiel, tennant, sash, Sic. Saw. - 6 cases d warranted mill, pit and crois cut saws, best steel plate 10 casks of Kenyou's files of every descrip tion 100 casks best duality Enslish Porter 30 do assorted Glass Ware, consisting of tumblers, wines, decanters, white and green phials, Ac. . 10 crates 01 Stone Soda Jugs 10 cases of English tneu's and boys' hats 200 bundles of warranted Halback's German Steel, direct irom the JVIauufactury ol J. H C. Halhach A Son, nf Remscheid. 10 tons of London hoop L Steel 5 do Crawley Steel 8 thousand Stourbridge fire Brick Tin plates of the different kinds Black do do B. W. ROGERS it CO. JeJ 235 Pearl - street. c OAL AFLOAT. 100 chaldrons first quali - 1 Iv Liveroool new Pit Coal, carzo ol the - L I 1 (' l... .. t ..... A (....h,..ir. u V. .f 50 chaldrons equal lo the above, cargo of the ship Caroline Ann, lying at Minturn & Champ - lins wnari, n'iw uiscuarging, anu wmcu uie sun irriher will disoose of. iu lots to suit purchase rs He has also on hand, a cor.staut supply of Scotch and Virginia Coal, of very superior quality, which can be obtained on application on board, or at hi Coal yard, Its. Z74 r rnnt - street. ?i. 1 Je I 6t A. FRASER. II ICE. 70 tierces prime Rice, landing from It ship lelegrapn, and lor sale by ANSON G. PHELPS, mT30 183 Front streeL s - slBBF.RTS BEST DOUBLE BROWN tl STOUT - ) cak selected by a friend in London, suptrior to any in this market, lor sale by - - ' T). LYNCH. Junr. Je 1 Ira Ko. 40 William street. ' LOST. ON Saturday, a hundred dollar bill of the U. S. Brauch Bank of Havannali Fifteen dol lars reward will be paid to the finder on his leaving it at this office. June 1 COTTON. - 2j7 bales New Orleans Cotton, landins Irom brigs Frcilouia and Arro. from N. Orleans, for sale by a. si d. TALcorr, Je 2 64 South - street. rHotspKCTos or tub HEMPSTEAD ACADEMY The Rev. iimotiiv clowks. a. m. 1 ru.cipal 000O000 - HAVING purchased that large and commodious building iu the village of Hempstead, iues County, lately occupied by Mr Howel, the subscriber proposes to open r. ieorr,e nroDuses toonen an Aca demy (herein, on Monday, the 27th instant, for Doarcing young gentlemen and instructing them iu any of those branches of science and litera ture usually comprehended iu an academical course. That every scholarmav be under the constant and immediate superintendance of the Principal, none will be admitted into this academy as stu - deuls bet those who are r.lso boarders. Avery few students from the village, or its immediate vicinity, will be the only exception to this rule If, howeter, the numbar of students should ex ceed the means of accommodation iu the acade my, board may be ( rotuieJ in private families iu the neiirlibourhood. Should the public patronage be extended to Una institution sufficiently to warrant the mca sure, additional trachrrs will be procured. The year will be divided into two terras of tuition. The summer term will commence the last Monday in April, and will continue twenty three weeks. The winter term will commence the lust Monday in October, and will likewise continue twenty three weeks, ibis arrange' m.e - it will leave a vacation of about three weeks after each term. The price of boarding, tuition, candles and fuel, both 111 school und rooms, will be 100 dollars each term. But, two or more scholars sent by the same person, the children of clergymen, or those who are intended for the ministry (ol any denomination) will be boarded and instruct ed for CM each per term. In pII cases, a deduction of 5 per cent, will be made for payment in advance. Books, washing, mending, and any necessary article of clothins, will be furnish ed by Die subscriber at the most reduced prices. A col, matlrass or bed, and bedding, to be furnished by each student. 1 he patrons ol this institution may be assured that its system of discipline will be mild, yet exact. The rules of tiie academy must be strictly complied with, by every scholar. ftT FOREIGNERS, desirous of acquiiinsa grammatical knowledge of the English language, will be admitted as boarders intotne Hempstead Academy. Private apartments and separate ta hies will be furnished on the most reasonable terms, and every facility will be afforded to a speedy and thorough acquaintance with the lan guage. For the information of strangers it may besta - trd,tliat Hempstead is a pleasant village and post town, remarkable for its healthiness, only twenty enr miles east of the city ol New - York ; that it enjoys the advantage of public worship in the flesh) tenan, Episcopal, and Methodist forms; and that a stage runs Irom the city three limes a week, on one of the best roads in America. Parents desirous of placing their children at school, or foreigners wishing to bet instructed in the English Ibiiguage. are re specti'ullv requested to villi me Mihscriber, at nempsieau, wncre thev will receive fuller iiiiormalit u respecting the proposed institution. ( . ll.MUl III WbUIIU. Ifempstead, April 3, lUI'J. fjy The suliscnber hereby declares his un qualified approbation of the establishment propo sed hi' the Herd. Mr; Clowes. Convinced as be is of. Mr. Clowes' ample qualifications, both of (he head and the heart, fur suieriiiteiiding such an institution, he does not hesitate to recommend him to public confidence, and his academy to puiJlicpairouaRo. cmii Mini, Rector ot St. Geo. Church. Hempstead. Hempstead, 3d April, 1818. ' (rr The above prospectus meets with my hearty concurrence. tli Aivi.r.n ivr.cairn, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Hempstead. A l.ni. lnlloMfl II tiAm.iatoiift Arn.lttni. - St nill ht ,. u . . V IU - C.LU' ......... ...J ' . C. Langdon's Long - Island Steam - Boat Hotel, for communications with any person at tached to the institution. A Female department is connected with the Academy. Young Ladies to be boarded in the villaje. ap7 FJawLZawtr fleet es' H altr Coiort, Drmnng . tapir atid UratcinirJtrtulct. TIIE subscriber has just received per Venus, from London, and ofl'ers for sale at reduced prires Reeves' Water Color, in boxes of all sizes, with or without drawers and implements Foity difterent kinds of Colors, sold by the sin - ele cake, the largest assortmen; in the city Wove ti hot pressed Drawing paer of every size Bristol Miniature Boards and Ivory sheets Crayon paper for portraits Brookniaii's very superior drawing Pencils Chalk Pencils and Hair Pencils, lor oil colors Sable Hair rencils, lor miniatures Mathematical Instruments of all sizes Newman's Water Colors for artists, warran ted genuine and at reduced prices THOS. A. RONALD?, Stationer, Je31w 188 Penrl - street. C - 1.I11LDK Harold's Pilgrim age, to the Dead J Sea ; Death on the Pule Horse, and other Poems. Just received and for sale at the Miner va Circulating Library At Book and Stationary Store INo. 28a Broadway, opposite the Museum Price 25 cents. Je 2 la SPOHTsMEft Ac MEKUHAJWS. JOSEPH FINCH, gun - maker, respectfully informs his friends and the public, that he has commenced business in the store o. 3 Wall - street, near Broadway, where he has for sale a very handsome assortment of single and double - barrelled guns, Tine rifles, fusee;, Uc. ; also, shooting tackle generally. J. F. still retains bis old stand, No. SGI Greenwich - street, for the working department and shipping business. Orders left at cither place will be attended to with all possible expedition, mv 7 D&Clin CURLED HA Hi MAMfACIVKt, 76 Chatham - street. THE subscriber returns his thanks to the public for their former rmtronaarc in the line of his profession, and hopes for their future stip - iort. He likewise informs them that he has on hand a constant supply of curled hair, manu factured exprrsi'y for matrasses, on an improved principle ; and likewise guarantees the hair sold by him to be free from any impure smell, beiug well scoured, boiled and baked, and beinr ma nufactured by machinery, has an advantage over any other hair manufactured in America its very texture and elasticity making it a saving of twenty - live per cent to the purchaser. WILLIAM JACKSON. N. B. Merchants and the trade in seneral will find it to their advantage to call as above. 30 bales of hair in its rough state; 6 bales of j long borsc - tads ; SO00 lbs of long hair drawn 0(1 mthes, clubbed.; COO dozen hair sieve bottow) For sale as above. my 5 m FLOOR CLOTHS, BAIZKS, kr. JUST received, an assortment of Hare's bft patent floor clolhs of all width", Carpel baize 5 - 4 to 8 - 4 wide and printod crumb cloths, Nankeen, Canton and Lisbon matting ol different widths, Lisbon and Calcutta matts, with borders tor rooms, of various siz . for sale by W. W. ft T. L. CHESTER, June 3 3t l?l Bioa Iwiy, co. - . Dcy - st. HEAL ESTATE. IN pursuance of an order of the hooortble tli court of ( hanrerv. dated the 24th day of April, I.1I8, we. the undersized, trustees of the estate of Henry Dover, deceased, will sell at public auction, on Thursday, the 28tbday of May in - staut, the following real estate : ' Lot No. 7 Dover street, nineteen feet front and eighteen feet rear, 56 feet deep on southeasterly ana 4 icet on northwesterly sides, be me same more or less ; and as now in possession of Mr. "iiiiem Armstrong ; subject to a lease wmcn will expire on the 1st Mav. 1826. at a cround rent of 50 dollars per annum. I V - mi, . . rt r . r . ck ... iuvur iirni, au leti irom, reai, 46 feet 4 inches deep on southerly and 51 feet on northerly side, be the same more or less, as now or late 10 possession ol Col. W m. f ew, subject 10 alease, vhich will expireon the 1st May, 1824, at a ground rent or 40 dollars per annum. Lot No. 13 Doyer strert, 20 feel front and 2i rear, 51 feet deep on southerly and 54 leet 6 inches on the northerly side, be the same more or less, as now in the possession or Mr. David lYlunsoa; subject to a lease which will expire ou the 1st May, 1824, at a ground rent of thirty six dollars per annum. LotiSo. 15 Dover street. 25 feet front nnd 33 feet rear, 54 feet 6 inches deep on Southerly and uo icei o incueson .vorineny sine, peine same uioie or less, as now inposession of Mr. William Shatztl ; subject to a lease which will expire on i:ie isi way, iire - i, at a ground reutol lorty do! lars per annum. Lot No. 16 Doyer street, 26 feet front and 29 leel 0 inches rear, 21 leet deep on southerly and 21 itet on northerly sides, be the same more or less, and as row or late in possession of Col. Win. Few t subject to a lease which will expire on the 1st of May, 1824, at a ground rent of 16 dollars per annum. Lot No. 13 Pell street, 29 feet front and 9 feet 6 inches rear, 50 feet deep, be the same more or less, as now inloo?resirn ol the estate of Wm. Gray, deceased ; subject to a lease which, will expire on the 1st May, 1021, at a ground rent of thirty dollars per annum. Lot No. 21 Pellstiett. 21 feet front and rear, 56 feet 8 inches deep on easterly, nnd 5H feet 4 inches on westerly sides, be the same more or less, as now iu possession of Mr. Wm. I. Wnl - dron ; subject to a lease, which will expire on the ut day 01 - vi ay, YM - l, at a ground rent 01 w uoi lars per annum. Lot No. 25 Pell street, 31 feet front, 5 feet 3 inches rear, bo leet deep on easterly, and bb let 1 5 iiithes on westerly side?, be the same more or less, as now in possession oi John Meyer ;ud - leet to a lease which will expire on the 1st May, lb1 it, at a ground rent of 30 dollars. House and lot No. 21 Pell street, 21 feet front and rear, and 58 leet 4 inches deep on easterly, mm uu ltd im lTinic.li, Blues, c me roiuc uivic or less, as now in possession of Mr. Joseph Butler. 1'he improvements on the leaded lots (0 Le va lued and paid for by the purchaser, at the expiration of the lease. Terms nf sale, cash, on the delivery 61 the dteds. Any further information which may he required will he given by cither of the subscribers. ISAAC S. DOUGLASS, ADRIAN fl VAN BOKKELEN. The above prow rlv v. ill be sold attl.i Tontine Coll'ee House, on the above - mentioned day, by Messrs. r IvAINKLI.v ii MI.VIUK.., Auction - eers. my 7 Ids ItfT The sale of the above property is post poned to Thursday, the 11th ol'Juue. my sums IliU Villi I. SI A farm of hi tween sixty and seventy acres, situate on the west hank of Lake Otsego, nnd one mile from the villaee of Coopcrstown. On it are a new stone house 54 feet square 5 a new farm house, barn. Ate. It forms a desirable es tnhliihiiicut for a gentleman wishing to retire into the country, as its situation, as to prospect, convenience lo mantel, lie. is not surpassed hv any in the interior of the state. It will be sold low forca - h, on a credit, or exchanged for pro pel ly in thisciiv, enoas, ac ppiy 10 II. D At R. SEDGWICK, my 7 tf Law Buildings nr.w - vonK botanic oandkn. MICHAEL DENNISON, CURATOR. HIS rtahlihaient is situated at Rose Hill, near the junction of the Bloominsdale and llirrlem Road. It comprehends about five ncrcs of excellent land capable of the highest improve ments. The proprietor of this beautiful spot has obtain ed a lease of the land for the term of thirty years. He has (besides the enclosures, shrubbery, and other improvements) erected one of the largest and most convenient green houses in the United slates, tie solicits the citizens to patronize Ins efforts to render his garden camplete in every re - pect, by a moderate annual subscription. He proposes thai each contributor ol live dollars shall be entitled to receive the value in seeds, flowers, plants, fruits, or any other produce of the garden. By such an accommodation to him ou the part of the public, he will be enabled to procure the greatest variety of foreign and domestic vegetables, and to gratify the taste and expectations of his friends. Persons inclining to tnter their names as en - ccuragers of the design, arc invited to call at the garden, where tho fullest information will be siren. mv 21 lm rVH SALE, A house and farm on Throg's Neck, in the town and countv of Westchester, fourteen miles irom New - York. The farm contains a - hout one hundred acres nf excellent land in icood fence, a large barn and other convenient outbuilding, a good house two stories high, with four rooms on each floor, elegantly situated on the banks ol' the East River ; the situation uncommonly healthy ; the neighbourhood the most respectable ; abundance of iruitof the best selection ; scale aod shell tltli in grcnt variety taken hel'oie the house. For further information npply to the subscriber on the premises. my I 2m S I LI MEN H. HOFFMAN. A PATENTED IN l loN, For the convenience nnd comfort of Indies, IT is well known by Jl ladies that their cloak I pins, (as they big called) alias curtain pin, particularly lare ores, in a very short time. from the weight of the curtain, and from other causes, wrar so larsre a hole in the wood 11 wtuch they are inserted that thev become loose. insomuch that they droop and look ill, nn I more over oltentimes drop out. lo prevent this ef fectually, a person lias invented that which will fire vent the inconvenience alluded to ; and any ndy, or trtn a eenlttman, can I convinced ol the fact by applying at No. 2 Dey street, wbcr uie invention is 10 ue fren ; ine expense a uu re trine, and cloak pins already in use can, aud will be, readily altered to llie proposed plan, my 19 3w - PRIVATE LODOI.YG A SINGLE Gentleman can be accommodated, with a fun. is.hed or unfurnished room, with breakfast and tea, in a small anJ genteel fsmily. Inquire at the store, Xj 126 ilroad - ., may "Jl Ta Lei at Btoominzdate, 'isi An v person desii ou of a country resi dence, can ohuin one on modi - rate terms, situated about six milts from town, on the premises arc, a very commodious house, coach, house, Jtc. an excellent garden, vr ell slocked with f:n.t and planted, this Spring W illi vege tables of various kinds, - tiny can caber have it ui'ili or without the grounds belonirinr; to it as mav be preferred, there is also several articles of furniture, and oUier tiling beloncr ing tv the phce, wbich.will he either rented or sold if wiihrd flr. Fur further particulars, spply at So. It hi - arl - strcer. my 22 2w TO LET, tiilsl A three - story brick hruse, ornosite the paik in Dunne, and next to the corner of Hudson - street. Fi - iire ; .i . 2 Greenwich - street, my 7 I MUTUAL JXSURAMVE COMtAMt Of THE CITY OF fEH' - YOHK. The President and Directors give no tice that a dividend of finer and Am per cent, on the capital stock of this Company, for six months, will be made on the 1 lilt inst. and paid on demand to the stockholders or their attomies, at No. 52 Wall - street. . - ' my 6 lm JOHN PINTARD, Bee ry. ' Iff The new KERRY BOATS rrom the loot of Walnut street, New York, to the foot of Little street, Brooklyn, near trie Navy Yard, will commence running 00 Sunday, the 17th inst. ' 1 crsons crossing to JJrooaiyn irom ine upper part of the city, will find the distance rautli shortened by using this ferry, ' ' mv 14 , TONTINE COfcFEJi HOUSE., ; frr The committee for manaeiuK the affaire of the Tontine Coffee House, give notice, that a Dividend of Seventeen Dollars per share, lor tlie year ending the I st inst. will be paid the pro prietors on or alter tne itfin mil. at 24 uroaa - streel. my 13 Ira lt It SAY RE, Attornies at Law, have opened their olfii - e at Mo. 119 Pearl street. my 26 2w (r"T - The consignee ol the brig Ohio, irom Amsterdam, will confer an obligation on the owners by sending their permits to the store of the subscriber as soon as possible, as said bng win commence 10 load lor the above portiruuit - diately after the cargo being discharged. j - t;. .iMoir.tuviAm, my 28 . No. 77 Washington strei t. NOTICE. Oir The Riling Sun Sail Boats, Nnnpaiiel, and industry, liom the Elizabeth town Point, lor New - York, sails from Marketlleld - strcet, (where the Steam - boat Atalanla lonurrly came lo.) at 10 o'clock, ol each day. Pussage 12 1 - 2 cents. Enquire at the Steruii boot Hutell, of V ANDERPOOLAi PHILLIPS. my 21 If 'XT' The hank nolo ol all the banks betweea this city and Albany received at our office at a discount of 3 - 4 per cent, in sums over $50. LIVINGSTON & TRACY, 29 Wall st. The highest price given lor Dollars. may 27 JlrrchuHt't Jlat.k - Dividend - , (r Notice is hereby given to the Stockhol ders of the Merchant's Bank, that a Dividend of four per cent, or two dollars on each share for six months, from the first of December last, will be paid at the Bank on Monday, the first of June next. Uv order of the Board of Directors." . my29'lm G II. VROOM, Cash'r. ' UA10X . V.v UHA.XCE COMPAN Y, Oilice No. 56 Wull - strect, , Try Will receive applications for marine risks,,. and for insurance on lives, annuities, Art!, be - , tween the hours of 10 A. M. aud 3 P. AI. daily. , SAMUEL A. LAWRENCE, president. t WM. J. VAN WAGENEN, - secretary. DIRECTORS. John Oothout James Bnormaa John Rii lmud Charles Rh'uxt James Ranwick P. Schermerlvorn, jutl. John Jooe Joseph Smith J antes Strong my 19 lm Isaac G. Pearson, jr. Henry Major Henry 1 nomas Samuel A. Lawrence Charles King Robert Benson, tun. James BoyiLJuu. Ballnaser P.McUck X COMPANY hnve their OrTice at No. 41 Wall street; where they are ready to receive applications for InsurnnrV. The CAPITAL STOCK of Haifa Millioaof Dollars, is all subscribed and paid, or sutiii'arto rily secured DIRECTORS. Elislia Tibl.i'ls. Philip Brasher. Henry I. Wyckofl, George Griswold, Wm. Barard. Jr. Thomas Franklin, James Walsh. I Stephen Whitney, John T. Lawrence, I Jos. 1'. .M'Kinnt. I Perez Jones, James Boorraan, Beni. L. Swan. I John Adams, John 1. Pulnu - r, I 1 hninaa Buckler. KLISIIA TIB BITS', President. J. WORTHINGTON, Sec'ry. tnnyC lm (CTI The subscriber oners U sale his rcsi - Cljjiijdcnce in the town o. Fait lit Id, state el Connecticut. It is pleasantly situated, on (lie Boston road, about half a mile from Lonir Inland Sound, 55 milts from New York, anil 20 from New Haven. The house and out - houses are in excellent repair. The Iruil yard is well stocked with a variety of peach, apricots, i berries, pears and strawberries. There are in the vicinity academies for the education of youth of UitU sexes. From one tosix acres of excellent hunt, ft tl.A nntirMt ,.r tif riiir, - liiftr. r.n K hflil ivifli '. the house, nnd the purchase money, if desired, cun remain on interest. For terms apply to ISAAC M. ELY, Esq. 76 John street, N. York, or to the Hon. JONATHAN STURGES, Fairfield, Connecticut. niy6dA.ctt DAVID ELY. I1KANCM M'GOWAN, No. li'tf Fly Mar - JT ket, sensible f the very liberal encouragement he has received since his commencement in business, and feeling confident that no exertions on his part shall be wanting to merit a continuance, informs his friends anil the public that no pains or expence has been avoided to obtsia a stock of the best liquors of every description, which can he depended on for their purity. flavins made arrangement, wnue at v - nnnes - ton, lor a constant supply of GREEN TURTLE ply of u will be in l.'ieir season, lie win oe enaDiea to luriusii soup of an excellent quality. A hook w ill be opened lor subscribers to an ORDINARY, to be ou the table every day at a stated hour. Rooms, for private parlies, at a short notice. N. B. Soup, Beef - Steaks, Oysters, Mutton Chops and Relishes at all times. ap5J 'IO STONE CU I TERS. KUMRERof stone cutters are wanted, to go Inlliecity of Washington, lo work althts - public building; wages two dollars and a quarter per day. Their lime and expences in g ing will be ailnwed them. None need apply but those who can produce suitable recommendations of their beiiii good and stesdy workmen. A pply t0 JNO. M'COMB, mv 30 1 w At the Cily Hall. ItEl'.NESlMt audtlllDAY. IMiEMilforJ and Owego Road Lottery will draw twice Ibis week. On Wednesday the first drawn number will be entitled to a prize of lire hundred dollars ; and on Friday to ten thousand dollar. A lew warranted uaJrawn Tickets and Share or sale at ABM. P. BROWER'3 lottery and Exchange Office, No. 27 Maiden ' Lane, corner ol IMsiu street. L'ucurrent bank notes and pris tickets taken 10 payment. - A B' neral assortment of school books and !a - tion.nv for iale. Jftl5t - WANTED. A PERSON is desirous of procuring silos - . tion iu a l.iriie hotel, as uianacer. A:c. He. fromloug experience,. has a periect kcowledse of all the duties attached to the same, being w. il acquaiuied with oiarketipg aod cookery, a - iilh - viu; been in Uie ha'nl of preparing taoies lor six hundred ladies and gentlemen, .vdnn?r and supper, with desert, And wosild bare o objection to engage in a respectable boardwg ifutt. Letter direi trd trJ. A. and left at tin o.'uce. ami, out of the city end slate, nl the pt o'f . - f , " - riitiiC naiifl will hf Iff mi?a in. . v ' I 13 OMBAZETTS 10 balcsof Rhodes fcom - bnzetts, handsomely assoyte.l. Just reieiva by the An Mann from LiveeiHK I, and lor bV LA VFRTY. SHELTERS KING, for raW j; l ",v No. U3 Pc - arS - sttect.