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IHSOLVENT9, ADVERTISING FOR THE BENEFIT OTTHE ACT JN THIS STATE. ! raoat Tm Aiat Aaou, ti ' '" , T rrieiAb vayxb. ;. , VaTst! Sefbra Richard Acer. Recorder, , William Baker, July 11 - ' . , Tteaaai Sikwwth, aad JohaLt Roy, July 11 .JkntiHnK Ag8 ..... 'I. Franklin Green, tost Samuel VV. Green, Aug 1 ' Andrew Bache, July 14 . . Alfred P. Edward, Jury 14 J ease Vaa SkkHn, J use t7 "KmBcUfli. Jatv22 - ' Richard Gildenlew, JaM 30 Robert Nicbors, July z - . Job Alexander, JuaetO . Auruste Baton. June 30 Nathaaiel Mitchell, Jaoe 13 , U TknMna lM III 4Umnj emmty - BeJbro Philip 8. Prkert JU . . . . carrier, in Albany. , . . . . " Giles Kellogg, Augfl - iJarenl Spoor, June 8 . i RumcI P. Cowfci July 3 , . , l,ke Giflbrd, Jww 19 ' : e;,, - . . - , Before Ettrs Howe, Esq. ' Join Thompson, July 23 ; ; ' '. " ey - Wrs '"r 5"M' J J 2 . - . t Peterbora. e tockfre Berry, Joaa 7 , - ' : Chnrltt Adams, July 25 V. William Pease, June 27 ' Richard G. laieson, July 18 i George Cowan, June 2U .. - ' 1 Eater H. Harrington, Jul 57 John Phelps, July4, . ' - Simeon Soetbwick, July 4 Ehsha Calkin, June fl Oliver Barker, June 27 . Israel Osbom, Jane 20 ' Otteje County Before Joseph White, first Juiee inthetovn of Cherry Valley. . Spencer Esmond. Jul? 55 " : Ebsha Coniiig, June 20 u ,i n(T tnu i a , C7 of Troy Before WiUiasn L. Many, Esq ' Jacob Come, J woe 27 ' - Joseph Cbamberun, June t3 'Thoma "P. Francisco, Jane 20 ' ' Richard Hum. Jane 13 OneieVtt Ceimjr Before Joshua Formonjtrsl Jet Johnton. Julr 14 William Hutchinson, Aug 14 i ff - y Jwlge in Onondaga. ' . WaTter Ler - , July - Michael B. liutchint, Auff. 4 . ;. - Jeate Johnson, and Peter liygert, July 3 ExrkielChapmao, July t8 ' Chester Ballard, and Nathan St John, July 10 ; Joel Brittna, Jane 1Z , ; Klward Camp, June 16 Elijah Mills, Jane 9 John WeUr June 16 , Philip Tilts, June 12 . . . , IVrnthvigton Cevnty Before Anthony I. Blanch . , art; in Salem. ; Ebencser Sevens, Robert Coon, and John Al - f.liVh Juna If! f ' iSeneuee county Before John H. Jones, Jin Judge, ,. Leicester. Biil Sbr rwio,.Auz 10 Hh Cook, July I . Jacob Van Gnlder, jun. July 1 ' James Cramton, July 6 "liuon Copley, Juoe J4 . ' Israel Webber, June CO Asa Bennett, June 15 ' ' Saratoga totmty Before Salmon Child, first , Judee, in Greenfield, v. Calvin Murry, Juoe 19 Charles Waterman, June 19 . ' Ely Baldwin, June It . i 4;oiadjah Wood. June 12 Brnimia llosakrans, June 8 y Robert Miller, Juoe 8 t Hudson City - before. D.M oneU. v . Ct.aiL G. Irish, Aug 12 C John Hoot, Aug 6 . Titus H. Craatiet, July 3 Darid Colon, July 18 John U. Hogeboom, June 1 J 1 i'. - ' John J. Erertt, June It Columbia County - befm John 1. Milter, Esc,. Pater Yager, Aug 8 Veter Jacobie, July 6 1 HenP. Groat, July 18 tiodtnt Gamer, June 20 " " Aaro Shaw, jun. June 12 , Chenangoeevnty Before Obadiah German, Esr . - , .. - . tnJforvich . . John IToskin, JalT 11 - John W. Tram, June 23 Nicholas King J one 23 Montgomery county Before Alexander Sheldon, r rf Judge in Charleston. 1 ; Peter Brow and Jacob A. Flint, JuMSJ imnt. HimIUv - Jan 27 Stcutxneovntif - Before Thomas WBurney, fint Juire, in ramtca - rosc. Feaa Robinson, July 11 " David Chace, Ag.8 , Walter Dickinson, Jane 49 JacobCooJUia, joa.June8 . Oneida county Before Moms 3. Miller. . ' William Porter, Jone 27 Kobert Dyer, July 25 Justin Cooley, jun. July 11 - Before ffathan rViUiams. : George A. BartleM, June 20 . Nathaniel Kent Jalv 18 '.; Orange uranty Before JfaihanH. While, Esq. livaaar UDm - Venhuakw JurvS " ' . . ... . . r a nu b. Ananias ivuite, ana reiex a. uiiucauB"i Jnne 20 ', . Hugh R. Coulter, Jane 20 ' Job Ptimi'ton, June 13 nauitl Tears, ir. Jane 8 ScAsAarie County, before Wm. JBeekman, Esq - qi Sharon. Abel Bixby, June 8 John B. Ackley, June 8 Jeremiah Cole, do . Jefferson County. ..Before W. D. Ford. , Joha Young, July 27 Farriagton Wood, July 26 ' Samuel Case, July 1 - - Solomon Rich, July 19 Before W. Robinson, Esq. - ". Wnodard Silihev. July 6 " Dutchess County Beore Jamis Enwlt, Esq, .,' Henry Pettit, July 1 . Robert Dyer, June 29 Heary I. Piatt, June 13 . Joseph Ogden, July 15 ' Walter Pugsley, June 20 ' 1 1 Warren County before Wax. Robardt. ' MHtoa Bott wick, July 18 - Samuel Upbam, June 13 ..... Suffolk Covntybtfore T. Strong, Esq ' Phineas WhiUoo, Juoe 30 v SullumnBrfore A oral arm Brotcnson, Esq. Lymaa Bates, Jan 9 . V Franklin County, bebra Albon Man, Esq. . Robert Cooper, Aog. 10 uruorte county, ogore juagejiKiwuu, Henry Lb worth, and James Elsworth July tictoretf. Ir. Howell, fcf. at CanondatgutU Jimn BIMriarri. Jala m Jesse Peafield, Jane 27 T .J rrry rtusseu, JSiyxi PertG.BaTkTrair.nTn - k ftln Hamiisrtm laaaa am Jare9 r". ' CtinUm Cmmty before Phny Moorr, Esq, David Peter, Sum 29 cotneaus M. tnrio, JaM 10 - Cyugw jCounry, before Judge Miller. : Diogenes M'Ketuae, July 7 . Richard Benaet, jua svj . Richard Sbimer, Jaaa z9 JaredWecks, July 3 Richard Burnet, June 23 Tiatethy Mohr. July 14 Coruandt County, before Judge Keep. William Morton, July 29 4 i a1erl V o r" M Moaday ia Jane to to us in J. fc ami in gers, be now 10: bave se. ble hi LM 1'ha 1 7 1 I I ' Ottser County, before Judge Mooney. Isaac Ckatkins, Jane 26 ' Lister Cevnty, before judge Eknendoif. I ZacUriah Decker, July 7 , Coraehaa Hoof, June 20 " .Henry Simmons, June 20 ' 7 - . Before Abraham Hoffman, Esq. , ,Enearsar Stnckawsd, LoU toJOgwj 1T . Before J. W.XouUm,Eso, At P. Harris, July 6 ; '' v CAcUtfitfcMayy, fceirre ZeUM f JobaKeeay, Aa.t5 - Jotepta H. Akin, July 1$ ; ' 1 Natna Can, June t - Wnt - CKtster Cmtuv, ttft Celeb Tmfhms, JohTrTi, Jane tO ',.," Richmond Cnmty, ttfortjuk OvrtlMn Nathaniel Martin, Jane 13 - : Queens County, before Car) Dunn. RicbaHioB Reynold, Jane 15 Lewie County before Suae Stow. Isaac MCrea, July 8 - Richard Bradway, Jane tt Benjamin Rich, Jly, Ktnrt emmty, before Win, Forman, Etq. John Schooaraaker, July ... . . Herkimer Cevnty, before ffathan Smith. Abraham 8nyder, Jane 27 - Broome CWiy, b'fore judge - Drake. William Cooper, Aag IS , Aia Smith, July 30 1. Lmwrenee Cuntyt before Judge Feri. John Tbomaa, Aug 8 GTsAUiNDER'S PATENT RAZOR STROP. Yon that wun to inave wnn ease, Buy of SAvmtu it you please i Hi Rasor Strop's, peculiar such, ' That sharps the Rasor with a touch. G SAUNDERS respectfully solicits those . who bave not got his Patent Rasor Strop, furnish themselves with hi new invented Rasor Strop, and Metallic Composition. No ren Hem an who once make trial of one of the Strops bow offered, will ever try any others; and tacbb their formation, that ever so much use will not rive the rasor that rouadne which renders the bett of them useless, and which is well Known al ways to follow tha application or all those m'.ber - invented. The above strops are in gent ral in New York, and are distinguished from all others. Barbers wbo have used tbem say more their praise than I can myself. r ti. SAUNDERS, 18 Wall - street Also for sale, Rasor, Soap, and every utensil for Shaving, of the first quality, with a superior assortment of Perfumery, Hair - Powder, &c. from Smyth', New Bond street, London. N. B. The most liberal allowance made to dealers. my WUEATON'S ITCH OINTMENT. THE long and successful ase of this ointment is a sufficient recommendation, as it has been found to be a pleasant, safe and certain remedy for that disagreeable disease io all its stages. It is for sale in the city of New - York, by A. 61 W. R. Post, No. 41 William - street; I. T. Clark, No. 85 Maiden - Laao ; H. H. Schieffelinft Co. No. 193 Pearl - street; Lawrence ft Keese, No. 195 Pearl - street ; Hull i Kawrs. 14fi Pearl - street t R. tt L. Murrav. 313 PcarUtreet : J. M. Bradhurst 314 Pearl - street ; John Penford, No. 4 Fletcher - street Duryce & Poe, in Pearl - street; John C. Morrison, 188 Greenwich - street ; John P. Fisher, 106 Broad - ... - r r - i way waller 44 seaman, cornei oi inamuer - si. Breadwav. and also in Chatham - street ; and short it ma be procured at inot of the Drue . i ,1.1. lln la Ph;i.llr.luo nf S Witberell It Sons ueorge tiarren , worm oi uc - and almost a4 the druggists in the principal towns in the United states. LIKEWI3K, WH EATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS mi had at the above places. jan 22 6m MRS SPE.CKR letpectlullv inform her friends, and the ladies in particular who recently called on her, that her apartment r ready for the reception of pupil for the piano lone i also, that she is desiorus oi oDtain - two or three more pupils, who she would! no objection to wait upon at their own hou should it be preferred. 1 he most respecta reference can be eiven. A eentlemou and wife may be accommodated wiln Dcard. my Z lm w niie - srrepi, .o. 3. CITY COMMERCIAL SCHOOL, 3 HOOSCVBI.T - STHKET, BY ISAAC F. BRAGG. teacher of penmanship in the Adelphi school. rami, apanuicnu id wis esiaoiiMiaieui arc ui - 1 JB. lea UP wun a superior uceren oi ucainru. i Younit Ladies' Room, completely durtincti from the others, it is believed will not merely be I found commodious but corurcriauie and elegant, i A Urawing Master, oi eminent quauueauons, i freccutlv from London.) it eneaeed to eive in - 1 struction in that branch twice. in the week. His elecant collection of specimen, in rare flower, I velvet paintings, landscapes, etc. win giauiy oei eshibited to such as may be pleased to call. I be term will be very moderate, and tne ex ertion to render landscape drawing, ic. inter estios. bv the preparation of view expressly for the school, and occasional practice from Nature, with clear illustrations of the rule of perspect - ivc, H is uviicvcu win inmra cucuuraaxiutrni. In arithmetic, tne pnncipai is determined io spare ao pain to surport the high character which the recent examination of his pupils has given rise to. The facility with which complica ted ceicniation were performed oy many oi oil pupil, in the mind, witnout any aid to me me mory, however it may have imprented with the idea oi " getting oy rote." was tne result oi ire ium mi Remus uj iuic. wo ur. icuik u, qutot practice alone, and proves that boyt may be taujrht all the facilities which are commonly the resultof long practice io counting houses, be - tore they leave tciioni. Application lor the admistion oi noys, mil be received on or after the 1st of June, against which time it is intended to increase tiie accom modatiom. my 23 lm Aine French and American Boarding Houte, KO. 15 WARREST - GTRKET, BY LAMBERT SIVATTE. f AMBKRT SIVATTE seizes this opiwrtuni - sj t v to inlorm tne rubiic. uiat oa naturdav next, 30th May, his house will be opened for tbe reception of boarders, as well as fur erentlemen travellers, who will at nil times find, besides bis faWe d'hote at 3 o'clock, dinners served on the shortest notice. His bill of fare, which will bn daily varied, will contain tbe price, of the differ ent dishes, wines and liquors. He also informs his mends, that be will undertake to dress din tiers for private families in the French or Ameri can taste. Soupsof all kinds will be keptmrea dines from 10 o'clock in Uie morning till nve. He hopes, by bis lone experience, hi atti duity ia waiting on his customers, to merit the patronage ot uie public at large. my zb iw Vl'ANTEU to hire, a white woman, to do T. f the Cooking and House wo k of a small family. Apply at No 6 Warren - street. my 28 THE FINE ARTS. A M05GST the present numerous exhibitions n of this city, M. FAFF flatters himself that the lovers of genuine work, of old masters, will find his GALLERY OF PAINTIMG9, No. 20 Wall - street, worthy their attention, and present ine them at the smallest expense with the most extensive gratiucation N. B. Old paintinr repaired and restored to I their original lustre, or purchased at their utmost value. my its ti U m . U.,1 1W7M.V M. M WW., . l,i tknnr f Siilm m) WmhuiAa itnt. Reooklrnlts size is thirtv - one feet front bv fill v 1 ' . deep, Us rooms so arranged as to combine Ter convenience for a genteel residence. It wdl be sold with two or more tots of ground, at the option of the purchaser. Terms, one fourth cash, th rest us sum pay menu as wm m most convenient to purchAser. Apply on tbe pre - to - C. BALL - may 23 tf - t . TO LET. VLusl The eteeant 3 slorv house No. 7 Hud soa - street which command a pleasant view oi the far and river. Possession may be had iu lew days. Also tor tale, the furniture oftaid house. It oi roe bet quality ; well fitted, and suitable to I genteel family. Apply a. above. soy 1 1 ii EIA'AIANT flji vri van lis TOS. WILoON, 14 Maiden - Lane, baiustre - U onved by the enus, a lame assortment of i . .7 r,6a0 or,M. Pent Flutes, rlageo - j ,l"i raonuiacmreo cxprettly lor him by Cle - ; x.. . nimj, x iaoi T 'fJv curing,,! w sets, new music, and every article in th musical Kb ; instruments taken ia exchange, and IMllUrj, I .lUljInn Al ,1 . . L uner provided. my 23 tf in trte ay in es and to encc. hv All tne clerk day (he in in al is 1 a POST COACH Ar 8TEAM - BOAT LINMi FOR PHILADELPHIA. VIA rOWLM - "04E U BXiaABKTHTOW TOITT . . (Through in On Uay.) A NEW Lin of Post Coache with every con - " MniMu. far niviinn and bacreazet on Springs. The Post Coach win aiart from the Coach of - fir No. 1 r'nnrllanri - tfrreL near BroadwaVt". York, every morning, (Sundays escepted) at 5 o'clock, by way oi newara, .iuowuhumj Brunswick. Princeton, Trenton and UrUtol, and arrive at Philadelphia the same afternoon, at 4 o'clock. ' , . . . A second Line of new Post Coaches will start from New - York every morning, (Sundays ei - cepted.) at 10 o'clock in the Steam Boat Ataltia - ta, lodge at Trenton, and arrive at Philadelphia, a Steam Boat, next morniDg at 10 o'clock. Fare 5 dollar. . P. 8. PtMn?en are reouested to call and lake their seats at the office No. 1 Courtiaodt United state Man isoacn, icr runucnii, Baltimore and Washington City, with every - . . - . I r Dl!l..ntnlil. spring. The U. S. matt coacnwiii coacnomce, wo. ivoumanai - iu cw - every day at 2 o'clock, P.M. and arrive at Phil - adelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only 8 pas - sengers admitted. ... . . Vot seats in the above named Lines, apply to TH09. WUITHELD. at the old estaolubed Coach, and SUam Boat ofSce, No. 1 Court - landt - stieet, near the corner oi oroaaw.j, York ; or to A. T. GOODRICH & CO. o. 124 Broadway, comer of Cedar - treet New - York. owner. ju.traiiiuH,cu.'.'' N. B - txpree enl io any pan oi uie nu - lent.by THOMAS WHITFIELD. tinent my JU SWlFi' - bUKK MAIL COACH LS, for rniLADELraiA, Leave IV ew - York eveiy inornii4l(Sun(lay'ei to dinner. , The nublick houses are good, and rrasonaiiie their charee. The drivers, horses and coach are not interior to any others now running between these two cities. Tbe beautiful country, the eicellence of the roads on this rout, connected with the safetr. comfort and reasonable espences, are beleived to be strong inducements traveller in givin; this line a decided preier The strictest attention win oe ooservea the proprietors in eivins tenernl latisfaction. baseose and nackazes will to at the risk of owner unless insured ana receipieu tor oy ire of said office. Stage fare only $j, with a generous allowance j".""t6't." farues wisning to travel ai tneir leisure, may engage the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, by applying one previous to starting. t or seats apply at ivorinern rioiei, - o. iv Courtlandt - street, New - York. ap 2 Proprietors. S'i'fcAM BOAT NAU11LUS. The steam boat NAUTI LUS will hereafter run as 'Vf'.y)" ;' Tiollow, except on Sun - davs. LKAVK EW - TORK, At 5 o'clock in the forenoon, 8 do . do 11 do do 2 o'clock in the afternoon. 5 do do I.KAVE STATER ISLAND, At 1 - 2 past 6 io the forenoon, 12 past 9 do 1 - 2 past 12 in the afternoon 3 o'clock do 1 - 2 past 6 do 09 SOUDAYS LEAVE RKW - 10MC, At 6 o'clock in the morning, . 10 do do 1 o'clock in the afternoon, 4 do do LKAVF (TATEN ISLAND, At U o'clock in the forenoon, 1 - 3 part 1 1 o'clock do 1 - 2 past 2 o'clock in the afternoon, 7 o'clock do Passengers to the Narrow and Bath will, for present be taken down on Sunday morning, the 5 o'clock boat, and be called for about half past 5 o'clock in the e venimr. The fare to Staten Island will he 25 cents, and to Bath and th Nar rows. 50 cents. Children ball price. Th NAUTILUS is a new boat ol great tpeea fine order, with good accommodation ; and is propelled on the Livingston and Fultoa plan. un account oi Uie pleasantness oi ncr tonr, uie advantages of Sea Bathing at the places she visits, the variety and beauty of the prospects they nK Vanetv ana beauty oi tne prospects iue afford, the cheapness of the fare, and the excel lenre of the refreshments and accommodations on board, excursions in the Nautilus for pleasure ur buictt, will be found expeditious, agreeable and liealtMul. As she is tilled lor tne transpor tation of Horses and Carriages, and the wharves and floats at new - York, Maten - lsland anoint Horse - Boat Ferry at the Biasing Star, prepared for tale and commodious embarking and landing travellers in the rost cnaises, or in private car - ringes between New - York and Ptiilade Iphia, Trenton, Princeton, New Btunswick. or Wood - bridge, will find tbe route by the Nautilus and the Turnpikes across slaten - Island to New - Brunswick, the shortest, cheapest and most pleasant that can be selected. juh.m iir.ruKr.si, captain, tatcn - lsland, S7th May, 1818. my CJ Ira VALUABLE KLHI. to A I FOR &ALE, 1ST THE tlTT OF VEW - TORK. .IVE lot. of around on tl e west sideofCreen - wich - street, lietween Vestry and l)ibro - ses - strret. 5 bv 80. f ont do in the rear or tne above, fronting oa tbe east side of Washington - street, Z5 by mi. Kiisht do in tbe block below, between wasn ingtoa and West - streets. in Montgomery iountv. 6000 acre of Land in Lawrence' purchase. near Kast Canada Creek, on tbe north side ol the Mohawk. In Franklin County. 15.162 acres of Land, in the towns of Mount Morris and Dayton. in Ltsex county. 7832 acre of Land in the town of Barrymore la the County of Lewis. 1250 acre of land in catterland, Chsssanif Purchase. ... ' In Saratoga County. 2600 acres in Palmers purchase. ' Enquire at the office of the subscriber, 34 Ce dar - street. ' BEY. ROBINSON. mh 17 tf BtRGEN OKPHAib COURT, Of th Term of March, 1818. Catharine Schuyler, Admiaistratrix, Ac. F of John A. Schuyler Rule, tinder Statute. deceased. . THE court order and direct That Catharine JL Schuyler administratrix of the goods, chattel, and credits of Jobo A. Schuyler, deceased. cive public notice to tbe creditors of tne dece dent to brine in their claim, and demands against the estate ot the .aid decedent, on or before tbe first day of May, in the year of our Lord etgh - tera hundred and nineteen, by putting up notices to mat eflect in bve ot tbe most panne place ia the county of Bergen, for the space of two month, and advertising tba same mr the iikt space of time ia a newspaper printed and pub Iisbed in the state of New - Jersey, andi a news paper printed and pabhshed ia tbe city of few I one. a true vaaacnpi iroas ioe record. ap232aa a JOHN A. BOYD, Sor'gale, inOTTON, DEER 5KIN3 ft GUM 1LLEML C 71 bale prime upland coiroa 11 do do I leer Skins, and " ' 25 case Gam lllemi, saitable for (be Spa ish market, ror sale oy my 30 SAL'L ALLEY, 93 Fine st. i.iffii - i at to - : ) EXPEDITIOUS TRAVKLlVfG Vv!)i - CtlAliE k STRjlM - tivAi'UJY&S, raa raiuSELrsuA, Thronrh in one dar. and bv day - lirfit ' "V N MooJay the lllhofMay insUot, a line of J post - coaches and steam - boa lii between New - York and Philadelphia will be commenced. The passengers will leave White - Hall in New - York every day (Sunday excepted) at 5 o'clock A. M. in hi excellency vice - president D. D. Tompkins commodious and speedy steam - boat NAUTILUS, proceed to Bristol by the Slaten - Island ami Wood bridge turnpike, and take the steam - boat at Bristol at t o'clock, and arrive in Philadelphia at 4 o'clock the same day. 1 ha roads on the land part of this line are turnpiked and ia excellent order ; the country and villages through which they pass is elevated, pleasant and healthy, the route is the nearest at present travelled between the two cities ; the various and extensive view which it gives of the ocean, the bays, sound and riven between New - York and New - Brunswick, makes this the most ax pe - ditioas comibrtable and pleasant tour now exist ing between New - York and Philadelphia. j secuou pi rnoiae win ieareivew - 1 ora every day (Sunday's exrepted) at 10 o'clock, in the steam boat Atlanta, from White Hall, by way of Elisabethtowo, Bridgetown, New Brunswick, Princeton, lodce at Trenton, take the steam boat at Bristol, and arrive in Philadelphia iOo'clock. Fare through 45. For seat in the above lines annlv at tbe office. No. 118 Broadway. All goods and baggage al the risk of the own ers. JOHN N. CUMMING, Newark. J. GULICK. SONS k CO. Prineetoii. STOCKTON A HOWELL, Philadelphia. 1t Expresses srut to anv Dart of the Ilniti H States, by L. BAKER, GULICK & CO. mv it ao rich. For (he further accommo dation of the pufilic, the de - arture ot the t irefly from Jew - York and Newburch will be in lutuie nn the loiiowme days : Leave New York on Monday. Wednesday nnd Saturday, at 9 A. M. Leave" Newhurgh ou Tuesday, I - riday and eunday at 8 A. M. The above arrangement will commence by the Finuf lt,avinz Newburch ou Sunday, the 24th May. I he W estern Slaee leaves Dewburzh imme diately after the arrival ol the Firefly. mv Ti NOTICE. (fZj - bteam Boat Oi.ivk Beahch will sail every Sunday, at 11 o'clock round sf taten Island, and occasion ally, it the wiuJ and tide will permit, to the hook. I bis beautiful sail will contribute both health and pleasure, and is a f heap a re creation n ran be found. Parties who mean to partake of this amusement will, if convenient, give in their name the day preceding, - at the rtice in Market field street, north side of the Battery. Dinner oa board, at the uioal prices. Passage 8s children hlf price. my 13tf ACORITART supply ot" la r!ie Beaver Hats, ftesbfrom the ma - nufactoiy, suitable lor the southern market and packed ut the shortest notice, Ht J. WILSON'S, 160 Broadway. may 27 (T WHfcATOM DAVIS, Fancy Chair Manufacturers, Mo. 153 Fulton - st. opposite St. Pauls Church, otfer for tale, wholesale and retail, a large and elegant assortment of Curld Maple, plaio painted and ornament ed in gold et hronte, bamboo, plain and Uilt nans, kock ing, Sewing, and Conversation Chairs, Sofas, Settees. Loungees, Music Stools, Sc. Orders from any part of thecontinentexecuteo with neatness and dispatch. Old Chairs repaired, painted and ornamented, my 19 JYEIV DnESSLYG ROOM. A FRUMENTO, No. I Wall - street Just re - xX. turned from Italy, has the honour to inform the rentleraen, that he cuts and dresses hair in the latest style, and in a marner so at to adopt it to the phisioenomv. He has for sale a quanti ty or KA2UK3 ot the first quality, u tiiey ao not please on trial, the purchasers are at liberty to return them, and receive the money. He has likewise procured a very fine bone, and engage to restore raiors to a very keen cage ana snouia they not cut be will receive no recompence. Those gentlemen who may pleas to honor him with their patronage, may depend on tbe most particular and respectful attendance. Frumento has just received a few sett ol the celebrated Maoguim False Back Raton, warranted of Damascus steel of a superior quality. Amateur may shave themselves luxuriously. N. B. Gentlemen who subscribe by the quar ter will hnve their raiors, Ac. kept exclusively for themselves. P. S. A good journeyman wanted. Apply as above. mhrjtf T - 1 TO LET. V&jy A dry Cellar, under the house No. 29 fine - street, mquireoi mit. s nt.ue.s, mylltf 134 Pearl - street. LODGINGS WANTED A GENTLEMAN is desirous of procuring, ZJL for himself and a larze family, during the summer, comfortably furnished Lodgings, (out of the city of New - York.) at Brooklyn, or within a convenient distance from the City Hall ; in a house wbere he would be allowed to provide for bis own Table to eat alone, and wbere the fami'v would attend to the cooking. A Parlour, and at least three Bed rooms, would be required perhaps alto a servants chamber. Enquire at "i Murray - street. mylltf T ANDERSON, at hit manufactory, 55 Mai - I . den - lane, has on hand a fine assortment of SPECTACLES, in cold, silver. . plated, tilt. steel and tortoise shell frames, with convex, con - cavw, orgreen eyes. Alio, pebbles, sogsle lor weak eyes, opera, realm? nod mflzmiyins f as - ea, eye glasses set with gold or silver for the short tignteo, rxani!U glasses, imca provers, and spectacle case io a variety. J. A. continues to manufacture Cane in every variety, and ha oa hand a very elegant assort - BMttt of sword and other Canes, mounted to suit every taste, wholesale and retail discount liber al to wholesale dealers. - 03T CANES and SPECTACLES made and repaired to order new glasses fitted to old frames, and every attention apply for Spectacle. paid to thrwe who4 my 33 lm a2l rat.. - - - mjt - VI r VTT - - Zr - - i at on as IS 9 I V,' i - GV7DJV LIS'E. t u it. 1 ai LA D E L P H 1 A , Twenty - five mile land carriage, via New - Brunswick and Trenton. - In new pott coat his . i $S Do. good stages, r" .4 50 Do. ioreoastl or deck passengers 3 50 Connected by the steam boaU OLIVE BRANCH and PHILADELPHIA. The steam - boat Olir Branch will leave New - York every day, Sunday excepted, from the north side of tbe Batle - rf, at 11 o'clock A.M. Passengers will lodg Trenton, and take the steam - boat Philadelphia, so as to arrive in Philadelphia at 10 o'clock the next morning, iu time to Uka the L'uion Line Baltimore steam - boats. This lioe has a connection with the best boats the Delaware and Chesapeake to Norfolk ; al - o those of the North River aud Sound ; and their several arrivals are 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 in Philadelphia before the hours of business, without fatigue in travelling or want of sleep, the land carriage being much less than by any other route between the two cities. For scats in the above line apply to WILLIAM B JAQUES, At the Union Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar - ketficld - street, north side of the Battery, between Greenwich & Washington - streets, or to The CAPTAIN on board. 07" All goods and baggage at tbe risk of (lie owner. ap 4 TH t - AOUJS'D ST HAM BOA T - LIJM. The proprietor., with a view of accommodating the (public, by extending the line Ito Norwich, iutend making the experiment with the Fulton, C:ipt. Law, and Uus route (11 tound practicable) will be continued durine the season. The line will in future be from New - York to Norwich, as follows : The Connecticut, Capt linker, will leave New - ork every Jtiorufriy, Wednesday and Friday, at li o'clock, in the morning, lor New - Haven. The Fulton, Capt, Law, will leave JWinri at G o'clock in the morning of the same days, touch at Xew - London ami ilepurt from thence for A'tw - tiaren at 8 o'clock. The boats will meet at Attr Haren, and depart Irom thence every Monday, if ednts - day and Friday, at 7 o'clck in the evening the Connecticut lor A'ttr - Pert, and the Fulton for JVew - Iiondan and JSoiu - uh. nih 17 JWKTU KlVEli STEAM BOATS. &T On the I Its of May, the Boats will commence TtT,'! running four times a week, f3K2SasfolI..w.: - A Boat wiit leave New - Ycrk on Tuesday, al A. M ; Wednesday, at 5 P. M. ; Friday, at 9 A. M. and Saturday, at 5 P. M. of each week ; and a boat will leave Albany on Monday, Wtd - nesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 A. M The above arrangement will commence by the Chancellor's leaving Albany cn Monday, U 11th May, at 9 A. hi and the Rid .niond leaving New Yoik on Tuesday, Hie 12th at 9 A. M. The Fire - Fly leates New - Ycrk on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, al 9 A. M. for Newburch, and returns on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8 A.M. my 2 ewbchcu and cahamdaicca ail - stacx' TRRt.B TIMV8 A WF.KK. LEAVFS Newburgh every Sunday, Tuesday, and 1 hursday uiornings, at three o'chick. runs through Montgomery, Bloomingburgh, Montirello, by White Lake, Cothecton, Mount Pleasant, Great Bend, Chenango Point, Owega, Illika, and Ge neva, tnCanandaigua. Retumini? - leaves Canandaieua every Mon day, Wednesday and Friday mornings at three o'clock, and arrives at Neuburgh, the third day in time to take the Steam - boats which arrive in New - Yoik the following morning may be erpected that at ail times when the steam - boats alter their days of running, that this line will alter so as to meet them. Tbe whole route will be perfomed in three days, from the first of May, until the first of November and trom the first or November until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March umil the first of May, in four days and from the 15th lh cember, until the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to CViondaigua in four days. Passengers travelling from New - York to Canandaigua, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N. York in the evening steam - boats, and. arrive in Canandaigtia in three days a distance of three hundred miles. The line is well furnuhed with good, new carriages ; (rood horses, and careful and experienced drivers Every atten tion will be paid to rentier the passage ot the traveller safe, easy and expeditious ; and it i - . believed that the accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the state. (Tf PARK from Newbureli to Canandaieua FOURTEK.v JJOLCAIIS. N. B. A branch of the same line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line runs from Owego Tioga 1'ointj thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, tic. , BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey, Bloomineburgh,") E. C. St. John, Mount Pleasant, L. k R. Manning, Chenango, iProprie Luther Gere, Ithica, I tors. Samuel Greenliff, Geneva, I Oliver Pbelps, Lansing, J mh 14 d6m buoadway: W DUBOIS, beKt leave to inform the public . that be has just received, per bnpjBac - chns, and ship George, from London, a general assortment of articles! n the musical line, amongst which are some very elegant small Piano - fortes, ana a particularly elegant rose - woos grand cam net Piano - Forte. r Also the new invented Metronome or patent self - time heater, with a large assortment of new music, which he oiftrs tor sale wholesale or re tail, on the most reasonable terms ray 8 HAWS AJfll - BILIOUS PILLS. TAfHICH have been attended with a degree VI ol success highly grateful to the inventor's feelings, in several prts of the West Indies, and the Southern and Middle states, particularly in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Ac. The operation of these pill, are perfectly mild. so as to be used by perron in every situation and oi every age. - They are'excellently adapted to carry of su - perfl'iu. bil, and prevent its morbid secretions to restore and amend the appetites to produce free perspiration, and thereby prevent rolds which are often of fatal consequence. A dose never fail to remove a cold, u'tuktnnn its lint appearance. They are an infallible preventive of Bilious and .Malignant Fever, and should be procered for use, by every seaman and trave'ler. Prepared and sold ut LEi'S Mt - ilkine ttorc. No. 48 Maiden Lane.' - Druggist, and country store krepen mppfied on liberal terms. my 10 i ii r l t r 1 Usctrelflg pabliekuw hew to d - sUa. olsh u - a tusuga Uis) Ullier. i DOCTOR HORNE, formrrl, Ttbe city of London, aa . cniueroi me faculty of phv, and surgery there, deem it hi, di! ty to repeat some observation ea the abusa of MERCURY i rash, mdiacrimiiiate, and unquah - fied .se thereoi; b. been proda. tive of lnfinita rirh:r t - sands are annually mercoriaGsed .. r iV ence. .The disease wa ham in . tai result, chiefly to tU, source. WhaJ. pi , that a young man, the topes of hi codtrWj the darling of his parents, should be wffiv way from all the prospect and enjoyrXof l.u by the consequence, of one vwirffi mom er,L and by a disease not in it own natu ft.?..! wincnoniy proves so from neelect or inmi treatment." A eeatlem.n. Ti,,l rT.uP.,0P' dent) now pcrfecliy heart, and well haVlT" Physicjn. of Vne" vr." and repeatedlyanlivat.d; wh'cn rwommwdedS Dr. 11. (by a gfjitleman of tlu city) hU iSil! were carious, and his flesh dirfipinfronf si 1 bi. friend, delated be cot?. !t Wb?y .urti0 ; wo month, longer. Thcn,..l,br'r know with vital ease and .afetyDr. IL7 cesary to guard the public against tle VnaL mercury, and other fatal delK, heldZih " rate disorder o .3. s!? " P - a.lu,ni.l:dnot to tampe - , : W U eiccSC lion, or conceal the disorder, till m,i Tr ry ; others baviue the remain rf .1 or ofiier irnparitic. of the blood, aeUa, ou!f 9T rnmiilfiint nf . J.I . I - "ICHU UlJ - ... v, . uciicaie nature, in ifh. se. linn:,! r. nomk.. " u'v . n Watcr - W., fiC - TC' """r nf IHrl - .fih. t .u:: - V? "V west lerVied - roTreSS let me claim your serious atleation - Remcablr a supeiCcial cure is no cure at all ; unless thrh. siuessis radically done, you will certainlyf,, - ,: the disorder break out again with redoubled nil fiu..j. .u.u.c ,,cr,uu 5 pernan then r,l c too fate for remedy. Don't you often mL7 . de treet miserable, mutilated brim - 'M. even a bit of nose on their face Tail T wr7 beseech you. "" ur. ii'. character ror skill and stubborn int. ity bcins universally known in thiirin. 1804, guarantee to patients that delicacy lad s - crecy hitherto unknown, nnd having confined hi. practice for years past delusively to the cure M diseases of the blood system, they may safely csi culate on the most decided advantages in co. suiting Dr. H. . bleet. eradicated intwt or three weeks. - . Strictures removed without bouries r aa aia. - r instrument ; and all debilities: likesi .a old ulcerations, fistula's &r. A plurality of offices are prorided, and so silt. ted that patient are not exposed toeach other's utorvauon. vpen uu nan past v in the evenia. All persons concerned are invited to be frt ailing, and speakin' with Dr. II. which ia ira of cost. And here the Doctor cannot avni - l th. txpresiion of gratitude for innumerable recommendations, nnd for the decided preference (it is preiuuira wiinjosicausej long given nun by a t. au letter mutt bt polt paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aits 27 1 AEUtlER (tUACAEHs AUK LVPUil - DR. EVANS' stiperier method ofcuring a certain Disease, it now universally acknowledged in but city ; bis mode of treatment is perfectly mild, safe, ei peuiuous. aau nis cbargi t eoaunauie. m every instance he warrants a car, and wilt return tbe pay it'll doe not perform agreeable to contract. The strictest secrecy always observed. There are many persons in this city and iu yt. ' cinivy, lanoruig uuuer tanuva luronic uiseases such as cancers, old inveterate ulcer, scrofula or king evil, fistula, disease of the rethrt, bladder and kidnies, old complicated complaisuj of a certain nature, bilious and other obstructions, rlieumatism, Ac. which they consider iocs - hnrpitals i first Surgeons and Physicians in tbe world, ans) made those obstinate disease hi constant study for 30 years. Oct 12 Tf The subscriber having recently returned from England with an important improvement oa the artificial spring LEG, he takes this method of informing hit fricDds and the public, that ill those who art so unfortunate as to be Id want ct leg, or arm, they can b accommodated by ap plying at No. 77 Barclay - ttrect, New - York. Jan 22 WM. PURVIS. HYUK PAKK INalli U HON. A SELECT and private Classical School tf established at Hyde Park, Dutchess coos - ty, state of New - York, under the direction sad instruction ot llt.XJA.Mm ALLL.'V, L. L. U. The institution is designed to unite with a classical and English Education, the modem laogaa - set. The classical course will comprise the Laba and Greek Language, Acient History and Geography, Mythology, Roman and Grecian Anti - .. .,. , t. i ne r.ngntn course win comprise uuruui G rammer. Elocution, Element of History, Rhetoric k. Geography, Penmanship, elementary and practical Mathematics, and tbe outline of Nat ural Philosophy. Modern Laneuaee will comprise the French, Spanish and Italian. . Moral and religious biitruction will be attended to, as youth is tbe most proper time to inculcate and fix those principles of virtue and pie - ty , which ought to direct aud influence the conduct of future life. The j - upils or the Institution will De memners of the Principal's family, and under lus immedi ate care and government. rarucmar ikhu - will be paid to their morals and manners. The eovernroent will be strict, but mild and parea - ?i :,. .!,.! k. I Iinhifa nfnriVf aad iai us nil. ' mw a.. - - industry, and inspire a generous emulation. - Th. intiiintion will be furnished with a Libra ry, Maps, Globes, and select Philosophies! Apparatus, tba use of which the pupils willbe taught, and made laminar wun tue nw mrii - - antand striking experiments in Natural Philoso phy. These will be consideren as reward v. good conduct and attention to ttudy, and constitute one of the most interesting source! of s - uiusemeot and recreation. It it known irom e periencc that much aseful knowledge may b thus incidentally communicated. , . The tcims are three bnudred dollar per annum, payable quarterly washing included. Classical student wbo stud the modern language, will be charged 10 dollar per quarter extra for the same. , . . , - The students 6nd Uieir bedt and beddin;. . The number of Undents is limited. .Gen" - meo therefore who are dc.irout of placing sjtis in the institution, will please to make as early . application. . ... A: All letu - rt relative to the institution, sddrwi , .i - i ;i f.rlr lostOfllfei DotUiess County N.T. will rrromptly - attend - edto. BENJAMN AlsSjEN. Tho wmroer term wil1 commence on " "Jn of May, . y&w I SI OMAN CEMENT. 60 cask Rosaaaj it went, just received ami for sate bf ANUKh.b0.s ot on my23 131 Water - street i i ' . " ' ' " . NEW - YORK : n PRISTS D AKU PUBLISHID ' MICH A EI BVRjhlAM CO. r No; 49 WiLiiAiwsjrRKar oprcgrr . . , c ak CorrKK - Uocs .1 r i""ieriiy, and do iuatica !o ii?r jra, wS lishment No. C4 Watcr.fL0. - ntab! A a?aaMMBBaar (MaBtr, rahle, tney can cenauuj ur i - orea i in generaii t,y applying at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, No. 9. Petk - slip, having pracUsed in eiuliirs in Europe 12 years, under some of (ha

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