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suuit mix. uAasios aon;. . I. J The tionse kaown bvth name of tlic 4 .Mansion House of Murray Hill, about three ewd a half Bitot from llrt city ; bounded 9 the ' llnrtaesa Road. 11m bos ii convenient and . mam v. And would Miwtr for m seUletaaii'i mklmce. a bowing school, or public " house. . Tiere art a boat 4 acre of ground be longing to (lie premise, divided into garden, nri - Hard and lawB. - There i also oil the premise table and . coat u boiue. out bouaw, Slc and a well of good water, The bui'dinr u handsomely situated, coumxvodini a beautiful prnpect and convenient ' to the - public road. Aa industriou gardener would be more than abbs to ray the rents from the fmiU and yegetable which he could rnrse. i 'ui properly will be rented very reasonable to a good tenant, f or lurlber particular, enquire M 7 Maidea bane. je eooii 'X Vim SAi.K UH tO BE LET. A Country Seat, with 15 acre of land, a lue Hudson River. . , ' - . The nousaand grosmd at Bloomwrdale, latr tha residence of Lewi Simond, about three and a half mile from the city, are offered for e to be fedora term I year, in nousn 11 MAm mi rjntdtmt. with all the necessary barn and out - bouse i a well of good water, and the situation beautiful asany in the vicinity of the city. Tbre are aboat fifteen acrei of land, a prooortioo of which is in '"JC.yfJ" wood, t or terras enquire i ir. at the Bank of .New York, Wall slreeL Je 6 evdfw '. r - r - JOHN I. ROBINSON and MARTIN LEE have entered into partnership under the firm of HjMnmn k Lu, in the stock, exchange and brokerage business, at No. 44 Wall street, and solicit the patronage of their friends and tlte eeWic Je2eod4w AACHOK3. A CONSTANT supply of Anchor front the XX Iron - Work of .Vleasr. Forbes Adam, in Canaan, Connecticut, made ol Salisbury iron, with or without iron stocks, for sale by the sub scribers, agents fur the manufacturers, and who are auiuonteu 10 warrant me ancnori 11 reiiuircu TUCKER fc CARTER, nvt9eod1m 69 South street. FRENCH IN 48 LESoONa. ' TQ THE PUBLIC OF JfEW - YORK. TT. MILTON, teacher of the French lan XX gunge, regret that the arrangemeoU be bas made in Philadelphia render it impossible fcr him to visit their city this summer. He has reason to believe bis eflarts to change the pre ut mode of education are .appreciated by its enlightened inhabitants, and that they will re jot oe m the diffusion of a system by which a Ian guage may be learned in the tenth part of the time usually bestowed 00 it 1 thus making room lor the attainment of useful knowledge in other branches of science and literature, at the only period of our lives which we can devote to our ia - tructloo, without sacrificing other interests. He begs permission to inform them, that be has taken a spacious and convenient nonie, no. az flouth Fifth street, where he will receive boys under IS as boarders, daring the course at $24 per mouth, including washing, toe. tc. in 4, a, , or at farthest 6 mouths, according to their previous acquirements, they will be able to read and understand French with as much facility as Eng - Lsb, they will hare actually) read under the im - mliate inspection of their instructor, a number of lherwt works in the Flinch language they wilf write it and rpeak it ; nor will their profi - rleury in the English language be lens ioiortant. The translating into it from another language daring 4 months, the continual necessity of appreciating and discriminating the value of word and phrases, soon rentiers composition in both language familiar, and gives them a knowledge of their structure and grammar, which it would be impossible to acquire by the exclusive study of either. This is indeed the must important advantage derived from the study of the latin language as it is usually taught in schools; here it is attained in a much higher degree, iu a much shorter time, at a much less oxpenoe, and with it the knowledge of a modern and practically Useful language. The expenceof the course, exclusive of board. Will be 48 dollars, including books, paper, tic, tic. This expence will in no case be augment ed I half the course 24 dollars, and two month's board, payable at entrance ; a like sum' at the end or tsro months, ebiiuu he remam 2 mouin more, he pars for bis board only. At the end of the French course, say the 1st of October next, a course of latin will be commenc cd on the Hamilton system. The experiments already made prove that it may be taught on this plan with even greater efficacy and facility, (though from its peculiar construitiou and other caues, it is necessary to read a much greater number - of writers, and therefore a time rather longer is necessary for it attainment,) than the French. Hamilton is assisted by Mrs. Ilamilton, born in America, and by his son and three daughters. born and educated in France, but who have past. 13 months in aa Kngliah school of eminence, to perfect them in the knowledge er that Ian guae, previous to their arrival in America. Philadelphia, May 9, 1818. my 1 1 eod3nr TO LET, That very pleasant situation at Green wu li, in Asylum street, consi - tiugof a good and convenient dwelling house, in coinpleat repair, a stable and oat - kitchen, and other out - houses, a well of excellent water, and Ii lots of ground, fold out in a naadsome garden j containme a va rittv of fruit tree and sliruhberv : formerly oc rupied by the subscriber, aad lately by Mr, Jame Bailey, (inquire of WILLIAM W. G1LHERT, mvlieodjw Greenwii h Lane OZt S.1I.K. A verv profitable FARM, of 110 acres two thirds under cultivation, the residue wood land, situate on the sea shore, a uuartei of a mile below the narrows, on the Staten Island side aud a short tide from the (team boat ferry landing. It gives a very extensive view ol the bay and en virons ol New - York, within the Narrows, and of banny hook and Uie ocean r or prospect it equalled by none. The title is unquestionable. Two thirds of the purchase money may remain secured upon tne land. Apply to A. v. u. r oun tain on trie premises, or to W. A. SEEL Y, 113 Greenwich - street. TO LET, a conveniei.t nw 2 story house, adjoining the above, with a garden and about an acre 01 land, t or terms appiy aa aoove. tuh 3 eodtf - CUHLED HA IK MAJfUfA U'TOH i, 76 Chathamftreet. THE subscriber returns his thanks to the public for their lormer patronage, in the line of hi profession, and hope for their future lupport. He likewise informs them that he has 00 band a constant supply of curled hair, manu faclured expressly for matrasses, oa an improved principle ; and likewise guarantee the hair sold by him to be free from any impure smell, being well scoured, boded and baked, and being ma nufacturej by machinery, bas an advantage over any other hair manufactured in America its Tery texture and elasticity making it a saving o! iwcmy - uv per cent to tti purchaser. WILi.lVM JAriT.anv N. B. Merchant and the trade in general , will find it to their advantage to call . atv. XIQ bales ,f hair in its rough state ; 6 bales oil uuk unv - vaui ; ww ins ol long hair drawn 30 inche, clubbed ; 600 down hair sieve bottoms. For sale as above. my 6 2m 't"T TO LEASE OR for nsi l - titJ That elegant modem built house, 'sitoale at the corner of Sands and WaiJiin.,. Brooklyn lu sise is thirty - one feet front by fifty ' feet deep, its rooms to arranged as to combiue vary convenience for a rented reaidwa n will be sold with two or more tots of ground, at the option of the purchaser. Terms, one fourth cash, the rest in such payments as will be m.wt convenient to purchaser. Apply on th ire uiw C.BALL, mytJtf K in ee and On into any low e ttie ted be the of t Bi.d will rent 46 or a at es a per feet 68 the lars feet VI oer 6 56 5 tVHEATOS'B ITCH tolXTMCVT. rPEE lo&ff ubd successin ese of this ointment 1 hi tui&cient recommendation, a it ha Peen found to be a nleas&nt. sale aad certain re medy fur that disagreeable disease in all it sta - 5e. 11 is lor Mieiaibeciiy 01 iiwiura, trr . A. b VT. R. Post, No. 41 William - street 1 I. T. Clark. No. U Maitleo - Laoe i U. H achkfdi.&; Co. No. 193 fearl - street l Law raoce ti No. 19a Peart - strect t Uull ' Bowae, 146 Pearl - street ; IU tl L. Murray, 313 Pearl - street 1 J. M. Bradhurst, 314 Pearl - street ; John i'enfotd, Mo4 Fletcher - street ; Duryee ft Poe. in Pearl - ttieet; John C Morrison, IHtt Greenwich - street 1 John P. Fisher, 100 Broad - wav t Walter Ac Seaman, cornel of Chamber - t and Broadway, and also in Chatham - street (and short it ni&v be Drocored at moat of the Drnc Stores in this cirv Also in Philadelphia, of b. Wilherell k Sons : George Hariel! . North tl Ro gers, sod almost all the druggist is the principal town ta ue unuea suues. WHEATOX'S JAUNUIC'E BITTERS mav nad at ine aoove rnaiea. taarzom iT"! tVH SALE Mcial A farm of between sixty and eeveotv acres, situate on the west bank of Lake Otsego, one mile from the village of Coouerstown. it axe a new stone house 64 feet square ; a new larnt noose, Darn, lie. It lorms a desirable e tablishuieot for a gentleman waning to retire the country, as it situation, as to prospect, convenience to market, c. i uot surjiaised Lv iu the interior of the state. It will be sold for cash, on a credit, or exchanged for pro perty in uas ci it, eooas, etc. nppiy 10 11. U H li, MMJUWIUK, iT t tf Law Buildings. CITY COMMERCIAL bCHOUL, ' 3 ROOSEVKI.T - TKKT, BY ISAAC K. BKAGG. Late teacherof peumanthip in the Adelphi school. ritm. aparunoots in tins establishment are ut - X ted up with a superior decree of neatness. The Young LaditV Room, completely distinct irom incomers, it is ix - .iievcd will not jntrely be found commodious but comfortable ami et - ;ant. A urawing Master, 01 eminent qualifications, (receutly from London,) is eugagil to pive instruction in that oranch tvtice in the week. Uii elegant collection of specimens, in rare ffowtrs, velvet paintings, landscapes, Kc. will glndly be 1 (11 ruled to sucn as may te pleased to can. The term will be very moderate, and the cx ertion to render landscape drawin;. 4c. inter esting, by the preparation of view expressly for school, and occasional practice from Mature, with clear illustrations of tha rule of perspective, it is believed will imure encouraeement. In arithmetic, the priuciiial is determined to pare no pains to support the high character wrucn ine recent examination 01 Ms pupils nas given rise to. The facility with which complica ceirulations were performed by many ol bis pupils, in uie uiuiu, wiwuui nny niu 10 me nie - moir, however it may have impressed with the idea of" getting by rote." was the result of frequent practice alone, and prove that boy may taught all the facilities which nre commonly remltol Ion; practice in counting bouses, before they leave school Application for the admission of hoys, will be received on or after the 1st of June, against rhichtime it is intended to increase the accom modations, my 26 Im REAL ESTATE. N pursuance ol an order of the honorable the court of chancery, dated the iUth day 01 April. 1818, we, the undersized, trustees of the estate Henry Doter, deceased, will sell at public auction, on Ihurrdar, the 23th day of May in stant, the following real estate : Lot No. 7 Dryer street, nineteen feet front and eighteen feet rear, 56 feet deep on southeasterly 4? fppf nn nnrthvi'Ptfprlv !rlpc. tip ft!.ri. more or less ; and as now in possesion ol Mr. vMinam Armstrong ; subject to a lease vihicb expire 011 the 1st May, llG, at a ground 01 w dotiurs per annum. .Kot uoytr street, i;o itet rront, rjrear, feet 4 inches deep 00 soullierly and SI feet 011 northerly side, Le the tame more orltMsUi now late in possession ot Col. Wni. Few, lulijtct to lease, wiucli will expircon tiie 1st May, lbz - i, a ground nnt ot 40 dollars x r annum. rn. 13 Lioyer street, w lect irnnt aud zv rear, 51 feet deep on southerly and 54 lett) inch on the northerly side, he tl.e same more or less, now in the possess: on of Mr. David .Munsori; suhiect to a lease which still rxpiie on the 1st May, 1334, at n ground rent of thirty six dollars annum. Lot No. 15 Dover street. 25 feet front and 33 rear, 54 feet birches deep on SouUer!y and feet 3 inches on Northerly side, be the same irrnie or less, as now in nusesion of Mr. William Shatzrl ; subject to a leae which will expire 011 1st May, !Ui4, utagrouud rent of forty dol per annum. Lot no. Mi Llovcr street. 26 ltet iront nna 6 inches rear, 21 feet deep on southerly and leel on northerly sides, be the same more or less, and as now or late in possession ol loi. v in Few : suhitct to a leuie which will expire on tht tstof May, 1U24, utagrouud tent ol 16 dollars annum. Lot No. 13 Tell street. 59 fret front and 9 feet inches rear, 50 feet deep, le the same more or lets, as now inpoi - seion ol the estate of Wm. Grav. deceased : subiect to a lease which will expire on the 1st May, 1821, at a ground rent of ibirty dollar per annum. Lot No. 21 Pell street, t feet front and rear, feet 8 inches deep on easterly, and 58 feet - J inches on westerly sides, be the same more or less, as now in possession 01 Mr. Wm. I. Wul - dron ; subject to a lease, which will expire on the Ut day ol May, ltwi, at a ground rent 01 w uui lars per annum. 1 Ail no. S3 reu street, ji icei irom, a iee.i inches rear, 60 leet deep on easterly, aud 66 feel iuches on westerly sides, be the same in' re 01 less, a now iti possession of John Heyer ;suh iect to a lease which will expire on the 1st May 1824. at a around rent of 30 dollars. House and lot No. 23 Pell street, 31 feet front and rear, and 58 leet 4 inches deep on easterly and 60 feet on westerly sides, be Hit same more or less, a now in possession of Mr. Joseph But ler. The improvements on the leased lots to be va lued and paid lor by ttie purchaser, at tlie expi rution 01 ine lease. Teues of sale, cash, on the delivery of the deeds. Any fuilher iiifotmation whkhmay required will he given by either of the subsr.ri bers. ISAAC S. DOUGLASS, ADRIAN II VAN BOKKELEX. The above property will be sold at the Toutine Cotlee lloufte. no tl.e t.liov - nv ntioncd day, hi Messrs. FRANKLIN hi MIN I'L'R.V, Auction er. my 7 Ids ffcT" The sale of tlie above rropertv is post pone J 10 1 liursday, tlie lll.i oljune. my zi tits HEW TOKK BUlAklC t,ABllt.l. MICIMEL DENM.SON. CUltAIOK. H1 IS establishment it situated at nose II ill. near the jujetion of the Bloominzdule and Haerlera Roads. It comprehends about live acres of excellent land capable of the highest improve ments. The proprietor of this beautiful spot has obtain ed a lea'eot the land for the term of .thirty years. He has (beside tlie enclosure, sliruim rv, and other iiBLrovrments) erected one of the i.irgest and most convenient streen houses in the U"ited State. He solicits the rilixens to pauonize his ff irts to render his garden camplete ui evtryre - ( - ct, hy a moderate annual subscription. lie proposes mat eacnconiiiuuior 11 use 001 - lars shsll be entitled to receive the value in seeds, flowers, plants, fruits, or any other produce ol the garden By such an accommoda tion to him on the part of tlie pu'ihc, he will be enabled to procure the greatest variety of foreign and dome - tic vegetables, and to gratify the taste and expectation ol his mends. l ersoni inclining to enter their name as en - ccungers of the design, are invited to call at the garden, where the fullest information will tx Riven. my 21 1m I K& bPEJiCER respectful'? tniorm Iter ll friends, and the ladi. t in particular adit t in particular who recently calu d on her, tout her apartment are now ieaay lor the rwpUon of pupil for the ivrte 5 aito, mat tne is desiorus ot obtaio - iT8 - "T not PP''s whi she would no onweuun ia WBlt pon m t,eir own hou w - s, srimiid it preferrr - d. The m - t resivxt.v - u ereirrne en be givn. A gentlemaa od d 4 D in 10 of 9 A. ( 1 scs ; . oe accomrood..ted with board. ffr It la vv bit - itreet, o. 3, P03f COACH atb STEAM - BOAT LINES, ; , . foil PHILADELPHIA. - , VIA rOWLBa - MOOB f ELlXASKTBToWlT rotBT - (Through in One Uay.) ; , , A MEW Line of Post Coaches with every coo xjL vcoience for passenger and baggage, 00 Springs. The Post Coach wiri start from the Coach of fice. No. 1 Courtland - streeL near Broadway, A York, every morning, (Sunday excepted) at o'clock, by way 01 Iewaia, tniaDeunowii, Bruaiwick, Princt ton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at luiladeipbia the same aiierooon, a o'clock. A second Line of new Pott Coaches will itart from ew - York every morninc. (Sunday ex ceoted.) at 10 o'clock in the bteam Boat AtaUu ta, lodge at Trenton, and arrive at Pliiladtlphia, in a Steam Boat, next morning at 10 o'clock. Fare & dollar. P. U. Passengers are requested to call and take their seats at the ofli&e Wo. 1 CcurUaudt stn - eL New - York. United States Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, . 1 . w 1 ." 1 : t .. , I. UDU.u uaiuujure una vvasiiuigivn ,tj, muj convenience for passenger and baggage, on spring. 1 he U. &. mail coach will start irom the coach office, No. 1 Courtlandt - st. New - York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only 6 passenger admitted. For teats in the above named Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old ettaulished Coach, and Steam Boat office. No. 1 Court - landl - ttieet, near the corner of Broadway, New - York : or to A. T. GOODRICH ii CO. .No. Ii4 Broadwav. corner ol Ctdar - etrctt. New - York frt - AII cowlt and baL'gage r.t tlie risk of the owner. JOSEPH LYON, SONS 6i CO. N. B Expresses scut to any part of the Con unent, ty inv 3d THOMAS WHITFIELD. bMFTSUKK MAIL COACHES, FOR 1'IIIL.VDKLFHIA. ftr - Uave New - York ! evcy inorniii? tunday'sex fecpted) t )at uo'ttucK, ami ar - rive in Philadclphiu next da, let dinntr. The publiek house are good, and reasonable tneir rnarse. i ne onve rs, nortes aim tuu.u - es are not inferior to any others mm running between tbese tu b cities. The beautiful country, and tlie evrellenre 01" the roads on this rout, con nected with the safetv. condort. and reasonable expences, are beieived to ue strong inuuceiumn travellers in giving 1111s uue uiuujii eoce. Jhe strictest attention wilt ue onserveo by the proprietors in giving general satisfaction. All baeiraire and Dac kanes will E0 af the risk ol the owner unlets insured and receipted for by the clerk of said oftice. Stejre fare only 5, with a generous allowance baggage. Pnrtie wishing to travel at their leisure, may engage the Coach on reaonahle terms exclusively to themselves, by applying oil' - day previous to starting For seats bcpIv at Northern Hotel, No. "9 Courtlandt - street, New - York. ap 2 Proprietor. jHTH RIVEk STEAM - BOA TS. frt - Outhe lllh of May, theiloats will commence running four times a week, as follows : A liout wid ieawi New - Y oik on Tuesday, at A. M ! Wedn'.sduy, at 5 V. M. i Friday, at 9 M. and fcaturdav. at 5 P. M. of each eek ; and a boat will leave Albany on Monday, Wtd - iiesdav. Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 A. M The above arrangement will commence by the Lancellor't leaving Albany on Monday, tlie 1th Mh) at 9 A. M and tne Uichmond leaving New York on Tu. sdi.y, the 12th at 9 A.M. 1 ue 1 iie - r ty leaves iit'.v - 1 '"ik vu j u.miuj , hursdav and Saturday, at 9 A. M. for New - urch, aud return on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8 A.M. my 2 VALUAULE REHI. Lo A I . FUJI SALE, ill TI1K HIT OP KEW - YORK. I.IVE lots of ground on tl.e west side of Green - wich - street, between Vestry aud Desbros - - streets. 25 by 110. t our do in the rear ot tlie above, ironting on the east side or Wasbuigton - streel, 2a by lil). Mglit do 111 the block below, betwttn V ash ngtun aud West - streetr. iu nioni'imery uounty. 0000 acres ul Land in Lawrence's purchase. near Kan canadu creek, on the noitn tide me Aiottawii. In Franklin County. 15,102 acrut of Land, in the towmof Mount riiorm aud liaytoti. In I.iscx County. 783 - acres of Land iu the town of Barrj'more. In the County ot Lewis. 1250 acres of land in Cisterlaud. CLassaiii: Purchase. In Saratoga County. 2600 acres in Palmer's purchase. Enquire at the office of the subscriber. 34 Cc dar street. BEV. ROBINSON. rnhHtf B LUG E.N ORPHAN'S COUKT. Ol tlie Term of March. 1818. Catharine Schmler, Administratrix, Ac f ol John A. Schuyler Rule, undur Statute. deceased. rfy HE court oidcr mid direct. That Catharine X Schuyler ad uinntrHlnx of the goNli, eh.t telt and credits o. John A. Sthuvltr. deceased give public notice to the critnrs of the fleci - dent lo bnng in ilieir claims and demands ugaiort tne estate 01 (lie taid decedent, on or herore tin firt day of May, in the vear of our Lord eigh teen hundred and uitieteen, by putting up notices tu that effect in five of the most public placet 111 the county of Bergen, lor the space of two months, and advertising the same for the Ilk space of time in a newspam - r printed and pun lithed in the state of New - Jersey, tndin a newt' pap r prHiicu oi.d puiiiistied 111 tl.e city ol Iew torn. A true transcript from the record. apaem JOHN A. BOYD, Snr'gate. G. SALNDEIl'S PA 'I EM K AZOK STKOi leu that ui'h to shave with ease, Buy of Sac.vdlrs if you please ; His Hai ti strop's, culiar suib, That sharps the Kozor with a touch. SAUNDEKa resctiully solicits those VJi . who have not got his Patent lUznr Strop, to turnis!) tnemseives witti ins nets invented K.i xnr Str.p, aud .Metallic Compotiti m. No gen tleman who once makes trial of one of the Strop now olTe'ed, will ever try any others; hud such is tiieir loruiatiou, thai ever so much use will not give the razors that roundness which lenders the best of them useless, and which is well known ul ways to lollow the application of all those hither oinvenica. 1 ne anove stron are in centra use in New York, and are dislui'mshed Irom all others. Barters who have ucd them cay more inmeir piaise man 1 can myseit 4 cinvnroc ., lti Wall - Street. Also for sale, Raxors, Soap, and every uttn sil for Shaving, oftbehrtt m.ilitv, with a suie riorassoitmcnt of IVrfumrrv. Hair Powder. i:c Irom Smyth's, New Bond ttiett, London. 3. u. ine most liberal allowance made to dealers. mv 22 TO LET. The elegant 3 story house No. 7 Hud sou street, wi n h commands a plehsant vini ol the Park and river. Possession may be had in f A - lew a ays. Also lor tale, the lurciture nftaid Louse. It of the best quality ; well fitted, and suitable to genteel I .truly. Apply a above, my 1 1 tf ELEUA.VT PIAJi'O FORTES. JOS. WILSON, 14 Maiden Lan, basjustrr - ci ived by tlte Venr, a larre asiortmeiit oi excellent Piani Forie. Patent Flutes, Flageolets, fcc. mannfactu ed eai - rrssly fur him hy Cle - roenti tCo. London. Aiso, l inn' Forte Strirrrs in set , nety muic, and every article in the riu sk'.alliRc; in'truaienti taken in excheiigf - . hm! tuner provided. my 29 U Vr4 f 1'. 1 to i . EXt'lDlTIOVS Tfr - i VEIL LVG. tOSi - UllAlSE k ATf .,tJt - JvstTL.J.yti, rOB - rHILSDSLFUIA? - Throogh in one day, and by day - lifht, ON Monday the lltb of May iniuut, alintol twst - coachc and stam - loats between Now - York and Philadelphia will ba commenced. The passengers will leave U'ui' - Hall in New - York every Jjy (Sundays excepted; at 5 o'clock A. M. in bis excellency vico - president D. D. Tompkins commodious and speedy rtcam - lniat NAUTILUS, proceed to BrUtolby the tatcn - Island and WoodbriJgo turnpike, nod take the steam - boat at Bristol at 2 o'clock, anil arrive in Philadelphia at 4 o'clock the same day. Tbs roads on the land part of this line are turnpikrd and in excellent order ; the country and vitiate through which they pass U elcvatej, ph';aaui and healthy, tne route is the nearest at present travelled between the two cities ; the various aud ex t entice views which it gives of the ocean, the bays, sound and rivers U. I ween New - Yoik and Ncw - liruii.'wick, makes this the niobt expeditious comfortable aud pleasant tour now existing between New - York and l'hiludcli liia. A second post chaise will leave New - Y'ork every day (Sunday's excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the steam boat Atlanta, firm Wbito Hall, by way of Elizabethtown, Bridgetown, New Brunswick, Princeton, lodge at Trenton, take the steam boat at Bristol, and arrive in Philadelphia at 10 o'clock. Fare through $3. . For seats in the above line apply at the office, No. 118 Broadway. All good and baggage at the risk of the owner. JOHN N. CUMMING, Newark. J. GUI.ICK. SONS 4 - CO. Princeton. STOCKTON irOWELL, Philadelphia. tt Expreite sent to any part of the United States, by L. BAKER, GUL1CK tl CO. my 11 . NO f ICE. For the further accommodation of the pii'ilic. the departure of the I'ir fly from 'New - York and Newburgh will he in lulure ou the following days : Leave New York 00 Mondav, Wednesday and Saturday, at 9 A.M. Leave Newburgh tu ucsduy, r riday and cunuay at ii A. ill. The above arrangement w ill commenc e hy the Firefly leaving Neivburth ou auuday, tlie 24th May. The Western Stage leaves Newbureh imme diately utter the arrival ol tlie Firefly. uy Vi NOTICE. Steam Boat Omve ERA9CH will cuii every Sunday, at 1 1 o'clock round orv statcn Island, and occasion ally, if the hiuJ and tide Mill permit, to tlie hook. This beautiful sail will contribute both health and pleasure, and is as c heap a re creation as ran be lound. Parties who mean to partake of this amusement will, if convenient, e in tiieir name ine day preceding, at the riice in Marketheld street, north side ol the Bat tery. Dinner on board, ut tlie usual price. Passage 8s - children half price. my 13tf AC OK 81 supply TAUT nply la dies Beaver Hats, flesh from the manufactory, suitable (or the southern market, and packed bt the shortest notice, at J. WILSON'S, 100 Broadway. may trp - WH EATON k DAVIS, Fancy Chair Manufacturers, No. 153 Fulton - st. opposite St. Pauls Church, ofl'er foi talc, wholesalivjii! retail, a large and elegiiulat sort merit of Curld Maple plain painted and ornament ed in gold tc bronze, bamcor , plain and Uiit liana, Hoca mg, Sewing, and Conversation Chairs, Sofas, Settee Loungecs, Music Stools, Sc. Orders from any Dart of the continent execute with nea tne.s and dupafch. Old Chair repaired, painted and ornamented, my 19 .YEir mtKssi.vft non.v. FRUMENTO. No. 1 Wall - street, lust re f. . turned Irom I'a'y, has the honour to inform the gentlemen, th.'l he ruts and dtcsses hair in the latest style, ami in a mm ner so ns to adopt it to the t'oii'togu'iniy. lie has for sale aqaanti ty of It ZOKb ol the first quality, if tliev d - t:ot iileast? on trial, the purchasers ate at liberty t'i lelun them, and receive tiie money. He hat likewise procured a very Due hone, nndeng.iget to icstore r.iz'irt to a very keen edge and should tbey n'jtiut he will receive no recompeoce. I ii'ise cemiia!? n who m:iy please to nonor mm wi'b tiieir p.ttniuige, may depend on the inosl particular and rspc - rtful attendance. F'uni' - ntn l.a iust received a few setts of tlie reh brated Maiiguim raise Back Kazors, war ranted of Damascus steel of a suerior quality Ainaieursmay tnave inemseivcs luxuriously. N. ft. Gentlemen who lubrcrihe bythequar ter will have their razors, ic. kept excluiivelj fur tliemselves. P. S. A good journeyman wanted. Apply at anove. inn b tl .511 TO LET. uit A dry Cellar, under the houe No. 29 rine - rtr.rt. tnouire or J1K SYlt - DI.S, my 1 1 If 134 Pearl street LODGINGS WANTED. GF.N I'LE.MAN is desirous of prirurin; A f r liimclf an J a large family, during the iirmner, ccmfortahly furnished Loilgiugs, (out of the city of New - York,) ut Brooklyn, nr with in a movement distant e Irom the City Hall a house where he would be allowed to provide or me own 1 ante, to e.11 alone, and where th1 f tmi'v would attend to the conking. A Parlour, and at least three Bed rooms wnuM be required perhaps also a servant chaui!irr. Enquire at 72 Murray - street. inyltf i ANDERSON, at Li manufactory, 5i Mai - .1 den lane, ha on hand a fine assortment ' - f SlhblftLhiJ, III gold, silver, plated, gilt. siet. - i auu tortoise s - neil irames, witn convex, con rave, or reen eyes. V Iso. pebbles, eoeilrs I - wean eyt s,era, reading and magnifying i!as - eye glass. ti witn 8olrt or ilver lor the short sighted, hotHUiol giatse, liueo pioveis, nn ti - tdile ik a variety. J. A rontu.nes to manufacture Canes in every vnrieiy, aua lias on band a very ass ri oient nf twont aud other Canes, mounted to tui every taste, wholesale unJ retail diteonot liber al t'. wh't' - saH - dealers frt - CANES and SPECTACLE3 made an repiired to ordL - r new glasses fitted to o'.d irn nei, and ev. ry altcnlija paid to those wh apply for Scu:UUet. my 30 Ira tL - i THE SOUA'D STEAM IIOAt LLYF. ,m,rS ' p'op'" - '. t a 4 ' la new if acccmDiiidr.Ung Ii 7, .vyrtypni'li'', liyevtending the line 'f. z - i'. - h' - .' - zilto Norwich, intend Hinkiiii; In. , X emut - .nl with ibe Fulton, Ccpl. Law.aul this route (if found practicable) will be co;'t'.r,u - .J duiinthe season. . l he line will in future be from New Y..rk to Norwich, a loliows : The CocnecliCLf, O.jit. I!uiilu.r, will leave New - Vork every MuMhu, U'eiimsJaji and Friday, at U o'clock, in the, lor New - Haven. The Fultcn, Capl Law. will ieuve A'urxich sJ 6 o'clock in '.;. niornioj ot the same uuv, toucTi nt A' tin - London r.nd depart from thcwn for .Vttr H men at .U o'clock. The boats will meet at A'tw Hat cm, and depart from thence ev i v Mondu;;, l id:u - (uvand Erida;;,!l 7 o'clock iu the cvi bins - tht C'uinectirut lor .VVui - l'tirjr, aud Cm i ollcn lor .'Stu' - ndon una J oiu - uu. rnti 1 ; STEAM BOAT NAUTILI'S The sh am bout NAUT1 - n L 9 wi l.ereailLT rni at I. HAVE HEU - YOR!;, At 5 o'el'nU iu thy loieuoon, 8 do 1I0. 11 da do 2 o'clock in the afternoon. 5 do do LEAVE KTATF.M ISLAKD, At 1 - 2 past 6 in the forenoon, 1 - 2 past 9 do 1 - ? past 12 in the afternoon 3 o'clock do 1 - 3 past C do O SCN1IATS I.EAVK KlW - TORK, At 5 o'clock in the morning, - JO do do 1 o'clock la the afternoon, 4 do do LKAVF STATES ISLAND, At o'clock iu the forenoon, 1 - 2 past II o'clock do 1 - 'J 2 o'clock in the afternoon, 7 o'clock do Patsenser to the Narrows and Rath will, for the present, be taken down on Sunday morning, 111 tllP .nVlrW - b hnf fin4 I. a ...tlL.,1 In - Ii 'ill UIIU W V.IKU IMI U.'t'M. 11.11 fiast 5 o'clock in the evening. The fare to Statin stand will be 25 cents, and to Bath and th Narrows, 60 cents. Children hall price. The NAUTILUS isantw boat of great speed in fine order, withge - od accommodations ;nud it r pelled on the Livingston and Fulton plan. On account of ti e picasantntss ol her tour, the advantage of Sea Bathing at the places she v is - its, tlie variety and beauty of the respects they atfoid, the cheaimest of the fare, and Uie excellence of the rcireshn.ent and accommodations on boaid, excursions in the Nautilus tor pleasure or busintu, will be found expeditious, agreeable and healthlul. A she is fitted lor the traixpcr - tat ion of Horses and Carriages, and the whariei and floats at New - York, Statcn - Island and the Horse - Boat rerry at the Blazing Star, prepa - cd for safe and commodious embarking and landing traveller in the Post Chuiset, or in private car nages between INew - York and f hiladi li'hia. Trenton, Princeton, New Brunswick, or Wood - bndae, will hnd tr.e route by the Nautilus and the Turnpikes across ataten - Island to New - Brunswick, the shortest, cheapest and most p'easant that can be selected. juh. utruKhti, captain. Sratcn - Island, 27 th May, EMU. my - 29 lm .NAMtlliHGII till'i ANAMIAICVAMAll. - aTAOK' TI1HF.B TIMK8 A Wf.KK. ns? I .EA.v?.S!ewhS!5?h.!' 3SS2E a"d ' h"t''y moruins, at - - it ",' three o'clock, runs through Mrmtgnnit ry, Bloominirburgh, Monlicello. br White Lake, Co'l.ecton. Mount Pleasant, Great Bend, Chenango IViut, Owcga, Ithica, aud Ge neva, tf'Canaudatua. Returning leave Canandairia every Mon - lav, Wednesday ami Friday nmrmngs at three o'clock, and arrives at Ncwburgh, the third day in time to take the Steam - boats which arrive in New - Yo;k the follow ine; morniiijr. fXj" It may lit trpreted that at all Ivnet when llu tleam - bualt alter their ays tif running, that ihu line trill alter to otto mrtl Mini. The whole route will he perfumed in three days, from the first of May, until the fust of November and trom the hrst ot November until the fifteenth of December, ami from the fifteenth of March until the firtt of May, in four days and from tlie 15th lk r ember, until the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to Canai daigtia in four Jr,ys. Piiisenirer travelling from New - Wk - to Cananciaiirua, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N.. York in the evennitr steam - boats, and arrive .11 Canaiidaijrua inth ce davs a distance of three hundrcU miles. I he lute is well tuminca with good, new carriages i guo J horses, and carcfui and experienced drivers Every atten tion will be paid to render the passage 01 tlte traveller safe, easy and expeditious ; and it i - . believed that the accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the state. (J j FAKE trom .Ncwburgli tu Canandaigna FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. It. A b. ancli of the same line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a lim: run from Owepo Tioga l'ointj thence thrcuj,'h NewttHvn uid Paiiucd Post, to Buth, i:c. BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the owner. David Godfrey, B!ocmiiig!urgh,"J E. C. St. John, Mount Pleasant, L. 4i R - Manning, Chenango, .Propric - Luthcr Gere, Ithica, tuts. Samuel Greeoliff, Geneva, J Oliv r Phelps, Lansing, . J mh 14 d6m 136 UJ Dili ., e. tt.iu '.ut ip public . that he h.ts iust received, per Lne Ititc - chus, and ship George, from London, a central assortment of articlesi.n the musical lino, nmoust which are some very elezant small Piano - Fortes. awl a particularly elegant rose - wood grand cabinet Piano - Forte. Also tlie new invented Metronome or patent s it lime beater, with a large assortment of new Music, which Le offers (or sale wholesale or re tail, nn the most reasonable term, my 8 HA.YJV'S AJS'II - BILIuUS PILLS. A HICH have been attended with a degree V of success highly grate'ul to the inventor's feelings, in several parts of the M est Indies, and the Southern and Middle States, particular - y in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Ac. The opc - nlioo ol these pills nre perfectly mild, to ns tu be used by pertous in every situation and of every age. I'liey are excellently adapted to carry of tu - , - erflou bile, - ,md prevent its morbid secietions ; to restore an I amend the appetite; to produce a tree perspiration, and thereby prevent rolih which are often of fatal consequence A dose never fails to remove a cold, iftuktnon its first tp;arance. They are an infulhb'e preventive .1 Ui'i hi and Malignant Fever, and should be orucure.dl'oruve, by every seaman and traveller iVeiurrd and 1 ildal LEii'd Medicine More, Nn t'i Maidm Line. Drugitt and countiy store rs Sttiiptied on lilwril tenij". luy '6 IMfANTED to hire, a while woman, la do v T the Cooking' and II use work of a iniall family Appl j at No. 6 Warren trcet. my 28 ' A tticsrtiag pahiic icne fcow 19 i,, - t twnet - fciSkfaO'i itlUl,tc. t t;ui '11 e ?i.nuahy jrrci,ti.di iLi . iui result, chiefly to tins socrc. - . Wtet ai " .nut a joung man, the iiope. of his ctwwtry. 7. . " r"""" - , uuiu ue nuclei ''i 1 trcatu,ent.' A , iieutj now rjcrfi. tii i.r :... ,..i .... 1 . f ,.,i 'r i...: 7' - - wtii w.ti ft sattssi.e s'atjotw laiiej I'l V'J.J , - . aud ici - eulediy salivat, d , when nrAu.tuiii vi. niii.truiaa ol tins tityv fc;. tn, wen - can,, awl his flesh rtrotp, . iW L?f1 hi fiieiid declared he roul - i not possibly urt two mouUis longer. Thousand. eiKTiaSiT! know Willi what ease and siety Dr. fi 5i 1 Chtes the severest casci. tmd uiniM con.!'' tufion. The Doctcr'. plan (advertising . .h" cesaary to guard the puhlic Kim , ri ercury, and 0 heriatal delusion, held faith I ersens, therefore, having contracted a r7 vate disorder, or suspecting latent poisoD, "j, admonuhednot to tamper with the r tonlfi! lion, cr c... ceal the disorder, till Pat recov. ry ; othershaviug the remaini of an old c?! or other impiiriut s of the bloo.:. asweUas cu! tr complamU of a delicate naturr, in eiZr icx. should remember posterity, and do justij, n T);i:irHtb!!M,:nf'V, by ?;,ki' to Dr. H. at his old and retpecthhle tstav hthment, No. 64 WMer - .treet, um house. w of Old - shp, to ol.tau that prompt assistance ., one calculated to prevent ilinclosnrc. And hX let uifi claim your seriou attention Rewemh;, a tupeifctiul curei. no cure at ull; unless thetl. iine.sis radically done, you will certainly III 1 he disorder bre - k out aain W1U1 re,,;Uhicd ,, ugnity, at some future period ; iierhans IT;u l.e toolate for remedy. Don't JTa VA the itreets miserable, ttutiiMid hein"t. ven a bit cl nose on their fuce 'I aW J?i I beseech you. 1 Dr. li. character for .kill and stubborn int.. ari;y being unurrsally known ia this cilv .w - I..U4, guarantee to patient that delicacy und s. - - :iccy hitherto imknown, Mid havinr cn..Ani practice Mf year pa eiclusively to the cureof .lisease of the blocd sytlem they may safely cal uuneonUif mont decided advantt - e iocoa lulling Dr. H. . Gleets eradicated in tw or thrr l.v. Strictures rctuoved withou' bousiu nr anv ..m. er instrument ; and all debilities; likewise all aid ulccrationr, listula' A plurality of otticcs are proriiled, and 10 sit, ted that patients a. not nr.osed toeach other's bservhtion. Open till half putt 9 in the eveaicn At! persons cocrcrned are invited to he free ii ailing, widstieakiiisr with Dr. I' u bil l. .. of cost. And here the Doctor cannot ,,.;.! expression of gratitude for innumrrahU r.. - ,.. uiend.itions, aud fcr the decided prelerencc fit is iir,vui utiijDKiume; long given kun by a N. U. All It tteriryitt be postpaid. Dr. Buchanan. , . Aug 67 )i XtlTUER QUACKERY JS'Oli lMtbTt. rioj D(R. F. VANS' superiM tnictlind of curing a certain Disease, isnowimiver - reasouauie. in every il - he warrant a cnr. 71. ...J :ii - .. jK aJIVl . " ,tlI,ln me fwy ue .fi. 1 rf Hrjdm. - not pcriorm a"reenh: rAtoccutruet. l 1... .iri,lj f ,v,.rv .In.. ... I 1 't here are many persons in this cit nr. - ! it. riuity, laiioiiiig under various chronic diseases, sue h es cancers old inveterate ulcer, scrofula or kites evil, fistulas, diwatet of the urrlhrv, blaHilct and kidniet, old complicated complamU of a certain n&ture, bilious and other obstructions, rheumatism, kc. which tbry'toniider iar - rnti i.t.t, . thev cr.n certainly tie cured fin ceuerall I y apply in? at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, No. 9. Peck - shP. having rractued in exlAsiv horpitals in Europe li years, uruler some of t'i tirst Surgeons and Phy sicians iu the world, ait! made those obttiuat! ditcaKi Lil constant study for 30 years. Oct IS It J The sulwriher liaviu; recently returned iVoixi Eogland with an important improvement on tlie artificial spring LEG, he takes this method of iuforming his friends and the public that all those who ai e so uulortuuate as to be la want of a leg, or arm, they cau be accommodated by an - plyuig at No. 77 Barclay. street, New - Y'ork. Jan 22 WM. PL'RVIS. HYDE - PARK. INSTITUTION. A SELECT and private Classical School is 1 established at Hyde Park, Dutcbeu coun ty, state of New - York, under the direction and instruction 01 tJr.A J A.Ml.N ALLLiV, L. L U. I he institution is detiened to unite with a clas sical and English Education, the modern languages. 1 be classical course will comprise the Latin and Greek Language. Ancient History and Ge ography, Mythology, Roman and Grecian Anti uities. The Enelith course will comprise Ericliih G rammer, Elocution, Elements of Ili - tory, Rue - torick, Geography, Ptcmanship, elementary and practical Mutbematics, aud the outlines 01 nat ural I luloioptiy. Modro Lnngugcs will comprise the French, - panlsh and Italian. Moral and religious instruction will be ntten - led to, as youth is the most proper time to in culcate and Gx those principles of virtue and pie - t, which ought to direct and influence the conduct of future life. The iiinils of the Institution will be member ol tlie Principal' family, and under hi iioinedi - .tte care auu ptiveruuieui. s suit war Hutuum will be paid to their moral and manners. Tlie government will be strict, Out mild and parea - .al - ltt aim shad be to give habits of order and industry, and in'pire a generous emulation. ' The institution will be furnished with a Library, Mas, Globes, and select Philosophical A p - cnr.tlus, the use of which tlie pupils will be taught, and made familiar with the most important and striking exieriment in Natural Philosophy. These will be considered a reward of ;ood conduct and attention to study, and con - - litute one of the most interesting sources ol .scuieot and recreation. It is known from tx - (icriiucc that much uselul knowledge may oc thus incidentally communicated. i he terms are three hundred dollar per annum, payable quarterly washing included. Classical students who study tht modern language, will be charged 10 dollar per quarter extra for the same. The studetts find their beds and bedding. 'Ihe number of student is limited. Gentlemen therefore who are de - irous of placing their sons in the institution, will please to make an early application. - All letters relative to the institution, addressed to the subscriber, Hyde Park Post 0 nice, Dutcheis County N. V. will le promptly attended to. BENJAMIN ALLEN. The summer term wil' commence n the - 3 Ji ol May, my 6 6 . It' OMAN CEMENT. CO casks Roman Cej nnf in! rtpiipi - l ftnii for talk tT ANDEIISOX SHEARER, my S3 131 Water - street NEW - ORK: PRIJfTF.n AXD PUBLISHED , MICHAEL BURjVUAM CO. 49 William tiibi orroiT 1 tjAvx CorritK - HockB No, flXi&Kt of U .i,cu'.ty of VjiirnuryUerc, ,1 ;t , , CJf the aW of MJ::.:C'JUY - J " i - il'S . PiiHtiecfinimati - . n4 ua. - i. - , tut niijni'e iii't, - .!, 1 ant' j;. irom nn uie prcjtects and en yaieatso 'I " bv .!;0c.H,s.riueu.cs ofone unuitu - i. - .i uv a difease net is iu own 0a.i:,c tu'Ij 2 vub Cn v nr. - .v. e m ri. .... .1. ' GT ' acunowledged in this Fe'ClY c"J !hnodeoftrentineul H kKdt&L' vjfy mi'd' ,as 7A'MtA'T,,td,tl'uf a4 hich.irg.

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