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1 '. - I - 'V IN CHANCERY. IN CHANCERY iCTHEREASJamesJaine, of tb town off Vf S.uUifltldi coumy 01 nu:nniosuj, ana naie of New York, beioj indebted unto Henry Davit, ofttvt aue place, in and by ft certain nond or obligation, bearing date the tenth day of Decent' tier, m tlie year of our Lord, one thousand tight handled and et eateen, in the penal sum of twelve ImnHr i and ninety one dollar, lawful money ol the United Stale, conditioned for the payment of ail hundred and tuny live dollar and nity cents, (awful money aforesaid, with lawful interest for the tame, oo or before the tenth day of May, then next turning the dale of said bond or oongaujn, for tii bEttor stearins and more sure paymeotoi the said tain of tucuey mentioned in the laid bond or Obligation, according to the true intent and meaning thereoi, cua, logeuier un ausi liii wile, or, the taid tetitli day of December, in the year aforesaid, mortgage ioueiu eu.j Davit, ail tliat messuage, (arm, plantation, salt sneadow and premises, situate, itihc uju '"a in toe town of SoiAhneld, county and state afore. .um on. i .. huffed nil bounded at follows : be - Cinnin? by the easterroost corner ol tie toad of Cornelius Van Buskirk, n:id running from thence bv his line, north forty seven at giees ar.a thirty nimutev west thirty nvo cnaujs ana . Imki i i thence by said highway, north thirty - three degree and twenty minutes, east forrteen chains, to it corner ol the land of Isaac ttmon - temt thence by the line of the said Isaac bimoo - on and Ferine, soutn forty seven degrees and thirty minutes, east forty one chains and suty links, to the land of Jacob Vreeland j thence a - Jong said Vreeland's line, south City ooe degrees and forty five minute, wrst twenty th.e chain and sixty links, to the place of beginning ; con taining Within tne oounas ana iibiu mercoi ci,n i eight acres and one bait an acre 01 lana ; HnuniLl iiJiweterlv by the said Cornelius Van Bmkirk's land nortliwesterly by the said highway t northeast by the land of the said Isaac Simonson and ferine, and southeast by the land of said Jacob Vreeland. Also, a certain, piece or parcel of salt meadow, lying in said town, near a place called Old Town ; beginning at or near the corner of Cornelius Martino's meadow, . and running from thence south twenty nine degree, east fourteen chains and filly links ; thence north seventy four degrees, east one chain forty three links ; thence north twenty nine degrees, - east fourteen chains and fifty liuks, to the fence tnence south twenty lour degrees, weit one chain and forty three links to the phce of beginning ; containing two acres of salt meadow j . bounded southwest by Cornelius Martino's; poutheast by the creek ; northeast nyjonn sei - tlctas, and northwest by meadow of Stephen Martino. Also, mat certain piece 01 p.ircu ui salt meadow, situate and lying in the town of XSorOiUeld, ciunty and state uforesaid, nn Uie i(rrlv tide ofTuniion's creek (so called) and Cherry Tree Creek i bounded westerly by the aid two creeks ; northerly and easieny cy meadow of Captain Kirhard Courson, and southerly by meadow John Merrell ; containing f wo acres and a half of salt meadow, be the same more tr . toss ; together with all and singular, the edifices, buildings, rights, members, privileges anjappur tannLci. Hereunto belonging or in any wise ap pertaining s with a power in the said mortgage contained, that if default should be made iu the payment of the Said sura 01 money menuoueu in iJm condition of the said bond or oldigation, and the interest which should urcrue thereon, fit Uie time specified for the payment tnereof. that tnen it sit mid be lawful for the said Henry Davis, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, to sell and dispose of Uie said premises at puonc auction, according t the act of the legislature in inch cases made and ptovided ; which should Ie a pe riietuul bar, bo'.h in taw and equity, a - gainit the said James James and Amsau nis wife, their heirs and assigns, and all other persons claiming or to claim Uie said premises, by, from or under, them, or any of them. And whereas default has been m tde tn the py mcnt of the said principal sum of six hundred and forty five dollars and fifty cents, and the same with the interekt thereon remains due and unpaid Notice is hereby given, that pursuant to the act in such case made and provided, all and singular the premises above particularly mentioned, with the hereditaments and appurtenances, will be uld at pu'ilic auction or vendue, at the Tontine Coffee House, in tbecitr of New York, on Wednesday, the 4th day of November next, at 12 o'clock at noou. Mated the 14th day ol May. in iticearofour Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighteen. , my I51aw6ai HEMIY DAV13. ., .; ... - IS CHANCL11Y. . . Male of New - York, tt. TN Dursnance of an erderof Ihis honorable court, 1 bearing date the I9tb day o( January, lli!8, will he sold at poblic nuciion, at the 'f online Coffee House, in the city of .New York, under the direction ol the subscriber, as one of the mas ters of fhis court, in irparale hit or parctli, on Thursday, the tweuty third day of July next, at twelve o'clock at noon, " All those certain pieces or parcels and tracts of land, known as the north ait section of the teuth township, in Oft twelve towns in Tinea county, being lots Not. S6. 7. 8a. 29. 30. 32. and 38. Lot No. 26 con tains about eighty acres; lot No. 27, about one hundred and five acres : lot No. 28. 29. 30. and thirty two. each containing one hundred and (our acres, three fourths and 36 rods of land ; lot No. 30 contains 9'? 3 4 and nineteen rods. Also, west half or lot No. 24, which half contains ft acres. Ana aiso iois iios. i, o, v nuu , oo tlie cure Irinz westerly and adioinini on said nortlieast section, and was surveyed and ad ded to said secli - o to make up a deficiency in said serti.i,!, by a mistako in a rormer survey. ioS lot Nos. 1, , 3, - t and 6. containing abriut fifty acrs each i and lot :o. I anoui uveniy u acr each ; and lot :o. I anoui twenty ut s. Together with all and singular, the pre - s and appurtenam e. Dated pril 18, IB18 1Fu JAMES A. HAMILTON, acres. IDIIPI ' an 18 lawtds ' Master in Chancery. r - V ntAur ol" John Oam;lson. Kso. lirst luc!' XJ ol the court of common p'eas of ttichmomt county, and state of New - York, notice is hereby given to all tbe creditors of Nathaniel Martin, oi t ). rnur.IV and state aforesaid, an insolvent ilebtor, to appear before the said jnde, at the rjiiirt house in the town of !otithfitld, in said oouuty, oo the thirteenth day of June next, at two o clock in the afternoon of said day, to shew cause, if any they have, why an astignment of tlie said insolvents estate should a)t be made. for tlie benefit of all his creditors, and he be dis barged, according to an act of tlie legislature o the state of New - York, entitled " an act for giv' log relief in cae of insolvency." and the acts amending the same. Dated Richmond county, tl22duJ"Aril,A. D. 1818. NATHANIEL MARTIN, ap 87riawfrft DIsTlLLE.'t V Fitti b LE. O' i?iE of the first rate Steam Distillerieis, ca pable of working 36 barrels per day, with tbe m istance of two hands only. It is replete with tvery necessary utensil for putting; it iu im - nedi te operation. It is situated in the Village of P Highkeepsie. near a Grist Mill, and but a short di'tai.ce from lb North River. The price will be very moderate and the payments made eaiv, or it would be exchanged for men handise. For further information enquire if Mr. L. Biugham, No. 133 Fulton - street, N. York, or Thomas Sweet, esq. near the premises. l'0Uj;hkeepMe, June 1818. Je3 OstlanOw (ceres' H'attr Colon, Drawing tavtt and 1 Dratcinr .Hrtietc THE nhscnhr has lust revived per Venus, from London, and offers for sale at reduced prices Keeves Water Cclors, in boxes of all sixes, vi ifiiiiuviuiBiiviiauu implements Foity different kinds of Colors, sold by the sin tie cake, the larseit assortment in thp rii Wove ti Lot preMCQ Drawing paper of every aire lirittel Miniature Boards aud Irory sheets Crayon paper lor p rtraits Br, - ikman'a trrv ittrinr Arimintr Pa..li. Cha'k Pencils ani Hair Penci!, ?t oil colors', Babte Hair feools. forminiatarf - Mathematical luttrurarots M all ize Newman! Water Colrs (or artists, warranted genuine and at reduced prir - s - THOd. A. RONALD?. Stationer, JeSlw - . 168 PearUtreet TATOFPATTS BTOCK ALK - For talc ,t r lie the A'ew f ty uexl, table laily ent his uers can doity v gfl?" Si at feet will the IN of 46 or a at es u 6 XJM. Vo. 20 Fulton t. by .J 22 Zw LTJJ3 ii FLECKNER, tvnfcATON'91TCIl OINTMENT. THE long and successful use of this ointment t a sufficient reconuuendutioo, as it bal been found to be a pleasant, safe and certain re medy tor that disagreeable unease in an ii sia Sc. ii is ior sms in uie cny i " . A. It W. R Port. No. 41 William - street: & T. Clark. No. 85 Maiden - Lane t II. II Schieffelin & Co. No. 183 F earl - street j Law rence At Keese. No. 195 Pearl - street $ Hull Bowae, 146 Pearl - street ; R. U L. Murray, 313 rear) - street j J. ai. uradnersi, si rean - sireei John Fenfbrd. No. 4 Flffrhef - street t Duryee i Poe, io Pearl - streets John C. Morrison, ICO Greenwich street j John P. Fisher. 100 Broad war i Walter fc Seaman, corner of Chamber - st and Broadway, and also in Chatham - street ; aud in short it may be procured at most of the Drug store in this city Also in Philadelphia, of b. Wit hcivll ir Sons t Georere Harrell . North tt Ro gers, and almost a'l the druggists in the principal (owns in (he United States. - LIKKWISK. WH EATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be nad at the anove places. . innzxom A farm of between sixtr and serentv acres, situate on the west bank of Lake Otsego, and one mile from the villnse of Coonf j - stown. On it are a new atone bouse 6 - 1 feet square ; a new farm house, ban. iic. it tonus a desirable es tahushroeot for a gentleman wishing to retire into the country, as its situation, as to prospect, coovtfiience to market, tic. is not surpassed bv any in the interior of the state. It will be sold low for cut), on a credit, or exchanged for pro - pen io u.isciiy, gon, ate. Appiy io it. U tt tt. CC.DUVY1CK, mv 7 tf Law Buildings. Cli'V COMMERCIAL. SCHOOL, 3 UOOSXVEI.T - STRKKT, R Y ISAAC!!'. BRAGG. Late teachtrof penmanship in the Adelphi school 1 1 II t, apartments m this establishment are h JL ted up with a superior degree of neatuess. The Young Ladies' Room, completely distinct Irom the olheis, it is believed will not merely be iouiiu commouious Duicomiortanie anu eirsanc A Drawing Master, of eminent qualifications, recently from lndon.) is engaged to give in struction in that branch twice in the week. His eleeiuit collection of SDecimen. in rare flowers. velvet paintings, landscapes, c. will gladly be exhibited to such as may be pleased to caii. - lhe terms will be very uioricratc, and the ex ertions to render lundscane drawin. Ac. inter - e(ing, by the preparation of viaws expressly for the school, nnd occasional practice from .Nature, with clear illustrations or trie rules oi peripeu iie. it ii believed will ioiure encourazcuient. In arithmetic, the piincipal is determined to spare no pains to support tlx) high character which the recent examination of his pupils has given rise to. ineiaciuiy wiin wnicn complicated calculations were performed by many of bis ounils. in the mind, without any aid to the me - morv. however it may have impressed with the idea of" getting by role." wa the result of frequent practice alone, and proves that boy may taught all the facilities which are commonly resultof long practice in counting houses, before thev leave school. Applications for the admission of boys, will be received on or after the 1st of June, against which time itis intended to increase the a com - mndntinns. niy 26 lm Fttnch awl American Hoarding lloiut, NO. Ii W AHHEH - STREET, BY LAMBERT SIVATTE. AM8KRT SIVATTE icizes this opportuni ty to inform the public, that Ou Saturday J'Jtii May, hi houe will he opened for tlie reception of hoarders, as well as fir gentlemen traveller, who will at nil times rind, besides his d'hote at 3 o'clock, dinner served on the thorttst notice. His bill of fare, which will he varied, will contaiu the prices ol the differ dishes, wines and liquors. He also inform friends, that he will undertake to drts din for private fami ies in the French or Ameri taste, isoupsof all kinds will he kept in readiness from 10 o'clock in the morning till five. He hopes, ht ins lone experience, hi - utsi - in waiting on his instoiuers, to merit tlie patronage ol the public at large. my ! A.N I KU to lure, a white woman, to do T the Cookintr ami ll use woik of asmull family. Apply at Mo. 6 W arren - street. my 28 TO LKAst OK r OR SALE, Sill That elegant modern built house, tituate Ihu corner of Sands and Washiuj'.on streets, Brooklyn Its size is thirty - one feet front by fifty deep, its rooms so arranged as to combine every convenience lor a genteel residence. It be sold with two or more lots ol grouni, at option of the purchaser. Term?, oue luurth cash, the real iu such payment as will be mod convenient to purchaser. Apply on the pre mises to I. BALL may 23 tf REAL EaTA'i'E. pursuance of an order of the honorable the court of chancery, dated the 24th day of April, lb'18. we. the undersigned, trustees of Uie estate Henry Dover, ileceaied, will sell at public auction, on ihurrday, the umhday 01 may 10 tlaut. tits followiiis real estate : Lot Ko. 7 Uoyer atreet, nineteen feet front and eighteen feet rear, 56 lect deep on southeasterly aud 47 levt on northwesterly sides, be me same . . . r. . ,4 more or less ; anu us now iu potscstion 01 uir William Armstrong ; sumect to a lease wiiict will expire on tlie 1st May, 1826, at a ground lit of 60 dollars per annum. Lot .No. Ii L'oyer street, SIU leet Iront, Ti rear, feet 4 inches deep on southerly and 51 leet on northerly side, be the same more cr less, as now late in possession of Col. Wm. Few, subject to lease, winch will expireon the 1st xviny, lir. - i. a ground rent 01 40 dollars per annum. Li - t No. 13 Dover street, 20 feet front sad rear, 51 feet deep on southerly and 54 fcetCmh ou the northerly side, he the same more or less, now in the possession of Mr. David Munsoa uhject to a lease which will expire on the 1st May, lliJ l, ut a ground rent of thirty six dollars per allium. Lot No. 15 Dover street. 23 feet front and 3J feet rear, 54 feet 6 inches d p i n Southerly hitd 68 fiet 3 inches on Noitln - rly sidf, fie the tame inoie or ItJj. as now 1111 icifton of Mr. William Shatzcl ; subject to :i lease which will expire on the iktMay, 1UJ4, ni aground rent 01 lony 001 lars per annum. Lot .No. lb foyer utreet, vbitet iront and 5: fri - t 6 inches rear, 21 feet deep 011 southerly and 21 leet on northerly suits, lie the same mere or Ipss, bnd ar mw or late in possession ol Col. Wiu. lew ; uliect t a h;.ue which will expire on tlie 1st of .May, 1U'!4, nt aground rent of 1C dollars per annum. Lot No 13 Pell street. 29 fret front find 9 feet inches rear, 50 fret deep, he the same more or less, as now iupoesioo of the estate of Wm. Gray, deceased ; subject to a lease which will expire on the 1st May, 1321, at a ground rent of thirty dollar per annum. Ia1 no. 1 1 ell street, si icet iront and rear, 56 feet 8 inches deep on easterly, and 511 leet 4 inches on westerly side, be the same more or less, as now in possession ol Mr. Wm. I. Wul - dron ; subject to a lease, which will expire on the 1st day oi May, 1824, at a ground rent ol 40 dollars per annum. Lot No. 25 Pell street, 31 feet front, 5 feet 3 inches rear. 60 fei t deep ou easterly, and 66 lert 5 inihes on westerly sides, be the same more or less, a now i:i possession of John Heyer;ub iect to a lease which will expire 00 the 1st May, 1821, at a ground rent of 30 dollar. House and lot No. 23 Pell street, 21 feet front and rrar, and 53 feet 4 inches deep on easterly, and 60 feet on westerly aides, be the same more or less, as now in possession of Mr. Joseph Butler. The improvements on the leed lot to be va - Ij - iI and paid for by the purchaser, at tbe expiration ol the lea:. 1 erms of sale, cash, on tlie delivery of Vie eds. Any furtlwr informal ion which niav be deeds. required mil b given by either of the subrcri ISAAC S. DOUGLASS, AUKlAiN II VAN ROKSTVi rV TheMxvepioperty wiil besold attne Tontine trc.e Honw. on U: - ihn.m.nfi... i Messrs. FRANKLIN U M(N TURN, Au'tioii - . . my 7 Ids UT i pe sai 01 u above property u iost - es to by of A. r my 26 til YOZ't COACH Attn STEAM - BOAT LINES, rOR ttllLADELrUlA. ' ,. yii roWlM - NOOE ti EI.IXAWKT1IT0W5 fOWT ma - (Through in One Day.) - A N E W Line of Post Coaches with every con xl venience for patsengers and baggage, oo Springs. Tbe Post Coach will atari from the Coach of fice, No. I Courtland - street, near Broadway, t York, ever moraine, ftuudavs excepted) ' H nVhvlr. hir wav nl Newark. ElizabethtQWn, Brunswick. Princeton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at fbiladtlphia the same aiiernoon, ai 4 o'clock. A second Lino of new Post Coaches will tan from Itiiiar - York evrv morninff. f Sunday CX ceoted. at 10 o'clock in the Steam Boat Atalun ta, looge at t renton, and arrive ai rnnaaripiiia, in a Steain Boat, next morning at 10 o'clock. f are a dollars. P. S. Pnitenepr are reouestcil to Call and . . ... . , ,r . a lnnt lane ineir seat at toe oiuce im. i w'" atrMt. u - . Vnrlr. United Slates Mail coacn, ior ri - iiaueipmu, Baltimore and Washington Cify, with every rnnwiiMiip, . fnr nmiu - neers ana oasacf , uu springs. The U. S. mail coach will start from the coach office. No. 1 Courtlandt - t. New - York, ewrra Hav af n'rlork. P. M. and arrive at fhll adelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Ouly 6 passengers admitted, for seats in the above named Lines, apply to TIIOS. WHITFIELD, at the old estaonsneo Coach, and Steam Boat office, No. 1 Court - landf - atieet, near the corner oi Broadway, New - York ; or to A. T.GOODRICH 4: CO. No. 124 Broadway, comer of ueoar - sireei, new ior.. (lrrAII goods and Baggage ai e run 01 uw irit. JOSEPH LY ON, SONS & CO. N. B Expresses sent to any part 01 (lie con tinent, by THOMAS WUlTrILL,L. ray 30 aWIE'i' - SUKE MAIL COACHES, foe ruiLAPELrniA, fj7 Leave tw - ork l every morning (unday'scx ?ceptcd) at bVilock, und ar - rnve iu rniiadeipr.n next dj v lit dinner The pubhek houses are good, aud reasonable in their charges. The drivers, horses and coach are not inferior to any others now running between these two cities. The beautiful country, nnd Uie excellence of the roads on this rout, connected with the safety, comfort, and reasonable xpenccs, are beieived to be strong inducements travellers iu givin this line a decided prefer ence. ihe strictest attention will be observed the proprietor in giving general satisfaction. All baggage and pai.kases will go at the risk of the owner unless insured and receipted for by the lerx 01 said nmce. State fare only 45. with a eenerou allowance baggage. Parties wishing to travel at their leisure, may engage the Coach on reasonable tcrmsexclusively to themselves, by applying otu day previous to starting For seat apply at Northern Hotel, No. 79 Courtlandt - street, New - York. LYON, SONS, 4r CO. ap 2 Proprit tors. JVUKTU KiyLK ST HAM - BOATS. frt - Onthe llth of.Vay, tlielioats will commence riinnin inur I imp. a wlr liiirSXSi as follows : A boat will leave New - York on Tuesday, at A. M j Wednesday, at 5 P. M. : Frnlav. nl 9 M. and Sat'irdav, at 5 P.M. of each week . nd a boat will leave Albany on Monday, Wed nesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 A. M The abeve airangeroent will comm nif by the Chancellor's leading Albany nn Monday. tl,e 11th .May, al9 . M. and tr.e Kichmond leaving New York onTuisday, the 12th at 9 A.M. Ihi - rire - rly lenvi Itw - Yrk on luesday, Thurkday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. fnr New - bureh, and returns ou Monday, Wednesday and riday, at a a. .vi. my z VALUABLE R1ML La . tOK sALE, IN TBE tITT OF MEWTORK. IT'IVE lot of ground on the west sideofGreen - L w.ch - street, between Vestry aud Uesbros ses - street. 85 bv 80. four d in the rear of the above, front hie on the east side of Washington - street, S5 by iiu. tiirlitdo in the block below, between vvasn ington aud Wett - streets. In Montsnmerv County. 6000 acres of Land in Lawrence's purchase, near East Cauada Creek, on the north side o the Mohawk. In Franklin County. 15,162 a. - rt of Lui.d. iu tlie town of Mount .Morris and Lfayton. In Essex County. 7832 acres of Land in the town of Barry mere In the Countv of Lewis. 1250 acres of land in Casterland. Chassanis Purchase. In Saratoga County. 2600 acres in Palmer's purchase. Enquire at the office of the subscriber. 34 Ce dar - street. BEV. ROBINSON. mh 17 tf BEKGEM ORPHANS COURT. Of the Term of March, 1818. Catharine Schuyler, Adminiktratrix," Vc. f ol John A. Schuyler Rule, under Statute, deceased. rpHE court ordy and direct, That Cat ha rim J. Schuyler administratrix of the goods, cht tels and credits of John A. Schuyler, deceased, give public notice to the creditors of the decedent to bring in their claims and demands against Ihe estate 01 the said decedent, on or before tht Crtt day of May, in the year of our Lord eigh tern hundred and nineteen, by putting up notices tn that effect io five of the most public places in the county of Bergen, for tlie space of two months, and advertising the same for the like space ol tune in a newspaper printed and pub lished in the slate of Ne w - Jersty, nnd in a news paper printed and published ui the city ol INtw 10m. a irue uanscnpi irom uie reconi ap 2ft Cm JOHN A. BOYD.Sur'gate. gAL - NDER'S i'AIE.N t KAZOH sTHOr. leu that wih to shave with ease, Buy of SACNDX.IU if you please ; His Razur Strop's, pecu'isr such, That sharps the Razor with a touch. "N SAUNDERS respectfully solicits those VJf. who have not got his Pa'.eul Kx?r Strop, to lurnisli tbemselves with Ins new invented K.i fir &trip, and Metallic Cumsositijn. No een tinman who once make trial sf oue of the Strops now oneied, will evertry any otbers;and tuchis their formdtion, that ever so moth use will u - it give the razor ttiat roundness whic h renders the best of them useless, and which i welt known al ways to follow tlie applicatiox of all those bi'.her to invented. The aliove streps are in genera use in New. York, and are distinguished from a! others. Barbers who have ued them say more ui uieir praise than 1 can myself. 18 Wall - slrecL Also for tale. Razors, Soan. and every uten sil for Sbavinr. of the first audlitv. with a supe riorassoitmLiitof Perfumery, Hair - Powder, tic Irom Smvth't. New Bond street. London. I, ti. The most liberal allowance made to dealers. my ?2 ir ,1 Tbe eleeant 3 story house No. 7 Hud son street, which commands a pleasaat vies of Ihe rarx and river. 1 usseinoo may be bad 111 few div. Also ht sale, the luroilura o: said bouse. 11 1' of tbe best .luality ; w el! fitted, and suitable to gen led family. Apply as above. my 11 ti ELKGAST PlAJfO FORTES. IOS. vMLSO.V. 14 Maiden - Law, has iustr J ra - ivr d by th. Venus, a lare assortnurnt of excelleat Piano Fortes, Talent Flutes, Klazro - l - ts, sc. manulactn - ed expressly for lum by dementi tL Co. London. Also, Piano Forte strings in seta, new music, and every article in the mu sicalhue; instrumeaU tiken io exchangr, and iiPEMTlOVS JRA VZLLIXG f IIU J ron rmLaDELFHiA, Thronsrh in one day. and bv day - lisbt. O N Monday tbe 1 lth of May instant, a line ot post - coache and steam - boats between New - York and Pbihddphla will be commenced, The passengers will leave White - Hall in New - York every day (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock A. M. in his excellency vice - president D. D, Tompkins' commodious and speedy steam - boat !iV l lLUo, proceed to Bristol by the staten Island and Woodbridge turnpike, and take the steam - boat at Bristol at 2 o'clock, and arrive in Philadelphia at 4 o'clock the same day. The roads on the land part of this line are turnpiked and in excellent order ; the country aud villages through which they pass is elevated, pleasant aud healthy, the route is the n:.rct at present travelled between the two cities ; the various aud extensive views which it gives of tlio ocean, the bays, sound and rivers between Now - York and New - Brunswick, makes this the most eipe dilious comfortable and pleasant tour now exitt - J ing between Sew - York and Philadelphia. A second post cnaise will leave .New Yorkevo - ry day (Sunday's excepted) at 10 o'clock, iu the steam boat Atlanta, from White Hall, by way of Elizabetlitown, Bridgi town, New Brunswick, Princeton. lod"e at Trenton, take the steam boat at Bristol, and arrive iu I'hi'adelpl.ia at 10 o'clock. Fare through $i. . 1 or sent in the above lines apply at the oflice, No. 118 Broadway. aii goods anu baggage at tr.e risk of the own ers. JOHN N. CUMMING, Newark. J. GLfLICK'. SONS 4. CO. Princeton. STOCKTON I HOWELL, Philadelphia. 1t Expresses scut to any part of the United fates, l.yL. BAKER, UULICK (i CO. my II NOIICE. Fr.r the furthi r accammo - Wrt uii 1 11 111 ui me puniic. ine ae - Vf - - parture of Ihe Fin fly from SiCSEfLi New - York and Ncwburgh iil be iu lutuie ou the following davs Leave New York 00 Mumlnv. Wednesday nd Saturday, at 9 A.M. l.cae Newhurh on und.ty, r mlay and runday at 8 A. M. The above arrimieinent willcommem e bv the Fin fly leaving Ncwburgti on tunday, the 2 - lth Mav. J he Western Staze leaves Newbursh imme diately alter the arrival of the Firefly. my V NOTICE. Steam Boat Olive Branch will sail every Sunday, at 1 1 o'clock round 'lbtutcu libnd and occasion - lly, 11 the wind and tide will permit, to tlie hook. This beautiful sail will contribute both tn health and pleasure, and is as cheap a re align nsran be lound. rtirties who mean to partake of tliis amusement will, if convenient, lve in tlitir n.unes the day preceding, at tne tiice in Marketfield street, north side of the Bat tery. Dinner on board, at the usual prices. Passage 8s children b'lf price. my 13tf ACOl NSTAKT pply .i la dies Beaver Hals, lie - Iilrom the manufactory, suitable (or the southern market, and paiktd at the shortest notice, t J. WILSON'S, 160 Broadway. may 27 (XT WHEATO.N DAVIS, Fancy Chair Manufacturers, .No. 153 Fulton - st. opposite St. Pauls Church, oiler for sale, wholesale and retail, a large and elegant as tor'niPiit of Curld .Mapl. piaio painted and ornamented in gold tt hronse.bamhor , plain and Gilt Balls, Rock ing, Sewing, and Cot venation Chairs, Sofas, Settee Loungees, Music Stools, Sc. Onli. - ts from anv nart thecontir.fei.texocutet with nRtne'sanil dupatch. Ui'l Chairs repaired, painted and ornaraentei' my 19 ffF.lf DttESSI.Y(t ROOM. FRUMENTO, Xo. 1 Wall - street, Just re turned from liair. has the honour to infofu. A. the gentlemen, that he cuts and dresses hair in tlie latest style, and in a marnrr so as to adopt it to the phisiognnmy. He has for sale a quantity of KAZOKS of the first quality, if they d not please on trial, the purchasers aie at libert) to return them, and receive the money He hat likewise procured a very line hone, audeng'ige to restore razors to a very keen edge ami should thty not cut he will receive no rccompence. Those gentlemen who may please to honor him with their patronage, may deiend on the must particular and respectful attendance. Frumcnto ha just received a few sett ol the cclebrated Mauguiui False Back Razors, warranted of Dam tscas steel of a suerior quality. Amateurs may snave wejnuives luxuriously. N. B. Gentlemen who subscribe by the quarter will have their razors, ic. kept exclusively for themselves. P. S. A good tourney man wanted. ApdIi as above. mh 6 tf TO LET. A dry Cellar, under the houe No. 29 Pine street. Enquire of ' MR. SMF.DES, mylltf .. 134 Pearl - street. - LODGINGS WANTED. A lt,t LIL.1A.N IS desirous ol nror.urin?. t.lT riimc."1! ln4 . lariva f.n. ilv ,irin. fft. summer, commrraniy turnisneii boduinsrs. tout 01 uie ..ii, 111 iew - 1 oth. av ojv.jivn, or wiui .Hi.. v ... v 1 . d . 1 . r . l in a convenieni niiance trora tne vity nan ; in a house where he would lie allowed to provide or his own Tahle. to et alone, and where the faiuilv would attend to the cooking. A Parlour, and at least three Bed moms. would be required perhaps also a servant chamber. Enquire at It Murray - street. my 21 tf J ANDERSON, at I.U manHfRctory, 55 Mai - . di n - lane, h.is on hand a fi le assortment of atKClACLKb, in golil, silver, plated, gilt, steel and tortoise shell Iraiu, ,, with convex, concave, urgreen eyes. sjio, pebbles, gogsles fur wean ejs, nfiera, ri - nning and migmiyuig glasses, eje glaiss set with cold cr silver for the short sighted. licUnal glas, linen proven, nnd specsacie eres in a vanriy. J. A contiiiiies to maniiU - 'ture Canes in even variety, and hss on baud a very eh atit assort roent of sword and .itber Cane, mounted to suit every tatle, wholesale end retail discount liberal to whnlesj'e dealer. CAN 'S a.1 SPECTACLES made and r. - pjiitd tn order new glaisc Lttrd to old frames, and every atttfl'i.a PiiJ to those who J,J r 'S - ji'i1"" luaetipromlta. uyS?U 1 apply f ar Spcctaik s, in J 39 In THE SOUfrD STEAM B0.1T LIJVE. . the proprietors, with a view of accommodating the public, by extending the line Ho Norwich, intend makine the experiment with the r ulton, mpt. Law, and tlus route (if found practicable) will be continued during the season. The line will in future be from New - York to Norwich, a follow : The Connecticut, CapL Bunker, will leave New - York ever Monday, iYtdnttday and Friday, at 8 o'clock, in Ihe morning, lor New - Haven. The Fulton, C'apt. Law, wilt leuve Aoneich at 6 o'clock in the morning of the same days, touch at Jfete - London and depart from thence for .Vein - Haven at 8 o'clock. The boats will meet at Jfew - Hartn, and depart from thence every Monday, ll'tdnts - day and Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening the. Connecticut lor AVtn - l'iwi. aud Uie Fulton for Xetc - Limdon nnd Ao .. mhl7 STEAM BOAT NAUTILUS. . C3 The steam boat NAUTI LUS will herealter run as rV.YSEESf follows, except on Sun - ffiffisTi rjrfgdaya. LEAVE AEW - YORK, At 5 o'clock iu the forenoon, U do ila 11 do ' do " o'clock in the afternoon. 5 do do LEAVE STATES IET.ABO, At 1 - 2 past 6 io the furenooa, 12 past 9 do past 12 in the afternoon 3 o'clock do 1 - 3 pust 6 do O.N kl'SUAYS LEAVE BHW - VORlf, At 5 o'clock in Cifc morning, 10 do do 1 o'clock in Uie afternoon, 4 do do LEAVr STATEN lLASU, At H o'clock in the forenoon, 1 - 2 past II o'clock do 1 - 2 past 2 o'clock iu the afternoon, 7 o'clock do Passengers to the Narrow nnd Bath will, for the present, betaken down 01 Sunday morning, in the 5 o'clock boat, and be called (or about half past 5 o'clock in the evening. 'I he fare to Statec slaud will be 25 cents, anif to Bath au - J the Nar rows, 50 cents. Cbildieu hall price. I he NAUTILUS isaiitw boat ofirrcat sneed in fine order, with good accouimn:hitiuns ;and is propelled ou Ihu Livingston and Fulton plan. On ui cocxl of the p!ea.nntne?s of her tour, toe advantages of Sea U.Uhing at the places she vis iis, the variety and beauty of the prospects they HfJurd, the cheoiiness of the lare, and the excellence of the refreshments and ai commodutions on board, excursions in the Nnutilu for pleasure or business, will b - . found expeditious, agreeable and bealthlul. As she is titled for the transportation of II jrscs and Carriages, and Ihe whnrves and floats at New - York, Stutcn - lsland ami the Horse - Boat rerrv at the lllnzms Star. DreDared for safe and ccimnodious rui! urliiug and landing traveller io the Post Chaise, or in private carriages between New - York und Philadelphia, Trenton, Princeton, New Brunswick, or Wood - bridge, will find tne route by the Nautilus and the Turnpikes across Stutcn - lsland to New - Brunswick, the shortest, cheapest aud most pleasaut that can be selected. JOIl.N' DEFOREST, Captain. Sl.1lcn - M.1nd, 27th Mar, 181U. my SO 1m N ESS at KG H aill t ANAMIAIOCAMAIL - rAliE' TtlREE TI.UKS A WEEK. Montgomery, Bloomiiigburgh, Montic.ello. by While Lake. Coshecton. Mount Pleasant. Great Bend, Chenango Point, Ovrega, Itl.ica, and Ge neva, loi.i!iauii.ii"ua. Returning loaves Canandaigua every Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings at three o'clock, and arrives at Newburgh, the third day in time to take the Stcim - huau which arrive in Ntw - Yo k the following moniinj;. (J3 may be ti p cried that al all limn when Ihe sttam - bnalt alttr ihtir dait f running, Ifial Ihu line icill alter 10 at to tiirtt thou. The whole route will be perfomed in three days, from the first of May, until the first of November and from the first of November until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of - March umil the first of May, in four days and from the 15th Diccmbcr, until Uie fifteenth of March the same line, will be continued to the city of N ew - Vol k and run from Hi cue e to Canaulaigua in fourd.iya. l'aibengers travelling fioni New - York to Cananrui(rtia, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N. York ill the even in f; steam - boats, and arrive in t.'aiiandaiua inth' - ee days a distance of three hundred niih - s. The line is well furnished with good, new carriages ; good horses, aud can fui ami experienced drivers Every attention will be paid to render tlie passage of the traveller safe, eay and expeditious ; and it i believed that the accommodations 011 this line are equal to any line in the state. X7 FARE from Newburgh to Canandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. X. IS. A' branch of the same line runs three time a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line runs from Owego Tioga l'ointi thence through NcwtoM - n and I'aiiucd Post, to Batli, He. BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey, Bloomingburgh,') E. V. St. John, Mount Pleasant, L. ii R. Manning, Chenango, j.Proprie - Luther Gere, Ithica, j tors. Samuel GreenlifT, Geneva, I Oliver Phelps, Lansing, J mh 14 10m 126 UJ Dm - l :, ts .e.e toiu.i. iu tlK public . that he h;is just received. Per brir.Bac - hus, and ship George, from London, a gcutrai ortmpnt of articleslin the musical line, amongst which are some very elegant smtdl Piano - Fortes, and a particularly elegaut vose - wood grand cabinet Piano - Forte. Also the new invented Metronome or patent elf - time heritor, with a large assortment of new Music, which he offers ;or sale wholesale or re tail, on the most reasonable terms, my il . IIA.Y.S AA'II - BILIOUS PILLS. UflUCh have been attended with a degree of success Uglily grateful to the inventor's feelings, iu several part of the West Indies, and the Southern and .Middle Stales, particularly ii New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, tVc. The operation ol these pills are periectly tniid, 10 as (o be used by person in every situation and of every age. They are excellently adapted to carry of su - perflous bile, and prevent its morbid secretion ; to restore and amend theapetiie ; to produce a free perspiration, and thereby prevent cold which af e often of fatal conseuuruce. A dose never fails fo remove a cold, iftnkenon its first ipjvarance. They are an infallible preventive 01 Bi'ious nnd Malignant Fever, and should he procured loruse, by et - ry seaman and traveller. Prepared and told at LKii'S Medu ii.e btore. No 46 Maiden Lane. Druggists and cuuntiy store keepers supplied on lilie r.tl terius ' my 16 3 1 srsVsk I' EAVES Newburgh eve - prcv, l - J ry Sunday, Tuesday, srPS VtjPjjl a"d Thursday moruing, bt i - - - 5vI,J - three o'clock, runs through BKANDY. 2i piesGrjy'Brtuidy, Isi ud 4th proof, for sale hy JACKSON ! WOOL1XY, my 28 St Ii Wall - street, A 4lHtnlt ; Piblir tww k u disti. ,4 . tWeenttunrathatHiir. mm - n - I l"V7il.HOaNE,forBled, neraberofthe faculty of phv. tv to repeat somorwervation ?. tie abuse of MERCURY. 1 rash, uidiscrimuiate, and unojiai!; fied nse thereof, bit been prZfel " s5 vi u unite ojucbief sands ore annually mercurialucd ott of ii?V Mice. The aWase we have in view ewe. it, r. tal results chiefly to this source. "Wtofi&T that a young man, the hope, of hi. coiStVv in1' the darlmg of hi. parcnU, .hould be wfiT? wav Irom all th nrn.no, 1. j . . " - nea . by the consequence, of one 3TrW and by a di.eaxe not in if cSSSf which ouly prove. .0 from neglect or to treatment' A gMtiema (late D,".!?0' tientl now irfcri , f Y." H Psv. underpbysiVorgenerJ J actke '.t' ri .f ? ityl hiXl hi, fricndi , decla - red Zg? i cates the severest cases, and counrm. th.', ' tution. The Doctor', T n (Xl - ccssary to guard the rJilic agai0.t u ll" mercury, and other fatal delusions, hehl forth ' Persons, therefore, having conrVacJcd BT vate disorder, or lusnectimr lat.r r pri" n,cixted.ottoul ' - . - (, - in ICUJ3IH 01 an old r - .w or otlier impunues of the blood, nswcl a. oT' er complaint, of a delicate natu" , a JtL sex. should remember posterity, anj do 7 r7 . . "?,l;, - 'reci, mnr Douse wm of Old - sh, o ohtam that pro'mpt aaUsc.. one calc ulated to prevent disclosure. And U. Iff ma fhiini vmir ari.... uerf . 1 Bl" "'ion Kememh.1 superht 1a cure 1 no cure at all ; miles, ih.hl .mess . radically done, you will certainly ha,." he disorder break out again with redoubled iI ligmty, at ome future period ; iierhan, (u. JJS, he ton hde for remedy. IXm't you olt ?LV" Ihu street miserable, niutilatcii hei, . T even a hit of nose on their fa 2'nSa wit i? I beteech you. warning, Dr. Il'a. character for skill abd stubborn int. sn'.y hem;; universally known io this city tu. IliOl, guarantee b) paiients that delicacv lnd,a . t.n ..I i.l n ... T. ......... .1 L. 1 - " ""'j i.io.m ui.kiivnn, nnj i:uving connneit hi. practice f.iryear. p:ut, exclusively to the cure ol diseases of'lLe blood systf m, they way. nfelycaV culatc on the most decided advantage iu cox - iilfini' l)r. II. Gleets eradicated in twe or three weeks. Stricture, removed without bougie, or anv oih. er instruicent ; and al) debilities: likewit aii old ulcerations, fistula's Arc. a piur.iiuy 01 ouices are prorufed, and so .its. "" rsH' """f nui puten meach other's observation. Opvfc nil half past 9 in the evening. Al! er suns concerned are invited to be free ii ..ailing, aud shaking with Dr. H. which 1 Ire. of cost. Aud here the Doctor cannot avoid th .rir,.i.,i, uipiaiMuuc mr innumerable recont - mt dilutions, aud for the decided preference (it i. nrslimpH im.IIi in. I r.uul If... K u: i ... ... n....J..v..y g.tcuuu UI judicious DUhllC. N. B. All letters must be post paid. Dr. Buchanan. AusS7 U NETT11LH QLALXERX JiOR IMtOsl. '7f,V DiR. EVANS' superiot metliod of curing a certain Disease, is now universally acknowledged in this city ; his mode of treitnitut is nerferfJv mild. safe. i. itumuiu. wiu uis enarges reusonaoie. In every il tanre he warrant a core, and wilj return tlie pay if h doe. not perform aereeabla 6io cotHract. - 1', airicl!..! IM, nlm... r.W...J There are many persons in this city and its vicinity, laboring under various chronic diaei.se,, such as cancers, old inveterate ulcer, scrof!i or kings evil, c'stulas, disease of the urethra, bladder and kidnies, old complicated complaint of a certain nature, bilious and other obstrac - tions, rheumatism, ic. which they consider inc rahle, they can certainly be cured (in general) by applying at Or. L v Medical Store, No. 9, I'i eck - snp, Having practise a in extelmrs hospitals in Europe 1 years, under some of tt first Surgeon and Physicians in the world, ana made Uioe ousunaie uiseases nil constant (tody or 3ii vears. cci iz I" The siibrriber having recently returned from Euglan J with an important improvement oa the arlifiV - iul spring LEG, he takes this method of informing bis friends and the public, that all loose wno are so unfortunate as to be In want a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by applying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. Jan Ti WM. PURVIS. HYDE - PAKE INSTITUTION. A SELECT and nrivate Classical School il IX. eslahlislied at llvde Park. Dutchess cous - ty, stale of Oew - York, under the direction and instruction ot BENJAMIN ALLEN, L. L. D. 1 he institution is designed to unite with a clii - sical and English Education, the modern tannin es. The classical course will comprise the Lalia and Greek Languages, Ancient History and Geography, Mythology, Roman and Gretiau Antiquities. ' The English course will comprise Enrlnh G rammer, Elocution, Elements of Hiitory, Rbs torick. Geography, Penmanship, elementary tod practical Mai hematics, and the outline of Nat ural Philosophy. Modi rn Language will comprise tbe French, Spanish and Italian. - Moral and relieious Instruction will be atten ded to, as youth is the most proper time to in - entente and fix those principlesof virtue and pe" ' tv, winch ought 10 direct ana influence roe conduct ol future life. Tl.r iiudiIs of the Institution will be members of the Principal's family, and under hisimmedi - ale care and government. 1 arucuiar ancuuw will be paid to their moral and manner. 1 Tbt government will be strict, but mild and pared - ml - its aim shall be to give habits of order ana industry, and inspire a generous emulatioo. The institution will fe furnished with a Library, Map, Globes, and select Philosophical Apparatus, the use of 4which the pupils will be taught, and made familiar with the most important nud striking expert meat in Natural Philosophy. These will be considered a rewards of good conduct and attention to study, and constitute one of the most interesting touice of muscment and recreation. It is known irom perienre ttiat much useful knowledge way bt thus incidentally communicated. The terms are three hundred dollar per annum, payable quarterly washing included. Classical student who study tlie modern languages, will I charged 10 dollars ir quarter extra for the same. ' v The student fiad their beds anfl bedding. 'I he number of students is limited. Gentlemen therefore who are dcJrous of placing tbeit sons in the institution, will pleae to wake an early - application. . ' Ail Utters relative to the institution, addressed to the auhfcnbtr, Hyde Park Post Office, Dutchess County N. Y. will he promptly attended ta. .. . , BENJAMIN ALLEN; - Tbe summer term wil! commence on the zoui, of Mav. my5 5w O.MAN Cr.Mfc.NT. flw cask Roman Cei ii nieut, just received and for sate ov ANDERSON & SHEARER, mj23 : : ' ,T31 WatCT - ueew vrw.VARV PRINTED AKD PUBLISHED; ' ' MICHAEL BURJmAM k CO.y No. 9 Willi am - tkt orrosn . ' " ' bAiri Corricit - Uof. - - - : - jS

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