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.rrT0REA5P LAKD OFFICE, - "" - "ni.. street. Utk - a. :. fTUlElionortbUi couwil ef appointment htt - j . I inmml - jloid the tubtcrinera one of the tuctioaeer for theeounfy Oneida, b of - Whit tervict to the merrhantt in JSew - ioriu who mnT ne incUted to make trial of Hut market, for the disposal, by public or prirtte tale, fcb me rcbanuise a i jteneraily vended lathe western country.. Account tale win b render - ; edirnd remittance promptly made, in cash, pot and peart ahcs, or approved note, payable at the bnk here and collectable through ttie bank , ia New York, aud atrirt compliance with orderi in every retpecu. ' - ii iUn .uitinuf hit land nflioe. where every d. - senption of wiid land and improved farm no charge whatever made unlett tale are effect - ftAU communication (post ptid) will be attended to and more particular tofbrmatioa given as M iinrHwl an.f Klil nlpa ires nl UUnni ww to either of toe above oujecis, ny H'!u , v f. fiOUKstUiica. !'it!a. M. Ifllft. e 1 law4w itat o KW - toa! m j; A online iiuucc """ - i - f f,K nder the direction ol the tubtcnber, a one of the roaster of Uii court, on ntdnaaay ine ctotj day of January next, at twe've o'clock, at noon, nil that certain lot, tractor parcel of anrL titua - tedia the count of Delaware, n llieiUI w - York, and in Evan' Patent, and known H treat kit thirty four, and hounded a fellow : De - riaainrat a state and heap of tonc - t near a beech tree, marked No. 34 and 37 ; being the northeart corner of lot thirty teven : thence along the north hoand thereof aouth eighty nine octrees, wei TN pursuance of a decre tal order of Ih t honora - 1 Me court, hesrin: date the 11 ..0! Oct orr last, will be iJd at publ auction, af tht Tontine Coiee House, in the city ci Aaw - lorfc, One hundred and twenty eight chain ana nineiy ail link to a beech tree marked No. 31 and 34 ; ' being the toutlieait corner of lot (No. 33,) number Uiirty three ; thence along the east bound thereof, oortk three degree, eat eighty one (Lain and tweaty link to a beech Wee med 'i i .. I - , . ilunra &tnnl tlie South DCtlldS Ol lot (Ns 31) number thirty one, north eighty nine decree, east tbe distance of one hundred and four .i.k. .nd heaD of (tone i thence aouth thirty five chain and twenty four link to Krh tM marked No. 6 t thence north eighty nine degree, eait twenty chain to the wett bound oi ioi unny eve ; iurm.o - eoutb forty fourdiain and ninety ni link to the nr tm.nii, rnntainins nine hundred and iirt nliu irm and thn fourth of an acre of . i .11 .1 - . lanti, wiin ijw (puiiriwi.c v ,7 J .. - .; Athor int. imrt.or narcel of land, titan idinthe county of Delaware, in the late of Kew Yoik. in Eaw Patent, end known bi rreat lot tliirty even, and i bounded ai M. law i Bfinuine at a liemlock tree maik - a v 47 rH ksin? the northuc - .it COT' n.r r.f In N. liO number forty : thence tlonr the north bound thereof, outh, eieb tw uiu le - re wet one hundred and thirty four chain and ten link to a beech apline marked No. 36 & 37 ; tlx - nce north three e - eree, eat leventy eight chais to a Beech tree ' with itonearuund it ; thence on the mth bound of lot thirty four north eighty nite deree,ea. one hundred and thirty chain to a Birch tree marked thirty eyen and thirty - eight : thence on the wet boundi of lot thirty - eigl - .t, aonth eventy - tught chain to tlie place ol beginning, containing one thowand and twenty - four acre and out fourth of an acre of land with tbe appurtenance. Dated. Decembers, 1817. ' JAMES A. HAMILTON, Dee 3 lawf&dt Mater in Chancery. (tj - '1 he ale of the alove property i poitpo - neaTo the eighteenth day of February nett at the tame hour and phce. Dated Jan. 7, I8i3. JAMES A. HAMIIjTON, Jan 7 Sawt Matter in Chancery The ale of the above property i otpined t" the 12th day of May nrit. at the aaie hour and lilace. Dated Fe. la, 1818. J AMKS A. HAMILTON, feh 18 lawtd M after inChnncerv. TK tale of the above iropprty i pottpuned to the t3 - J day of June ntl at the auie liour and place. DaUd May H,'1?18. JAMF.3 A HAMILTON, my 14 lawtd .Matttin Chancery. 76 Chatham - street. THE subscriber return his thanks to the public fur their former patronage in tbe line of hi profession, and hopes fur their future support. He like win informs them that he hai on hand a constant supply of curled hair, manufactured expressly for matr&sscf, on an improved principle i and likewise guarantees the hair told by him to be free from any impure smell, being well tcoured, boiled and baknd, and being manufactured by machinery, has an advantage over any other hair manufiu'turcd in America it very trxture and elasticity making it a saving ol twenty - five per cent to the purchaser. WILLIAM JACKSON. " N. B. Merchant and the trado in general will find it to their adraotare to call as nbove. 30 bales of hair in it rough state ; C hales of long horse - ttils ; WOO lbs of hng hair drawn 30 inches, cobbed 600 dozen hair sieve Dot lorn? For sale as above. my 5 2m TO I.KASE OR FOR SALE, That elezar.l modern built house, sit oate at the corner of Mantis and Washington streets, Brooklyn Its size is thirty - one feet front by fifty feet deep, its rooms so arranges tt to combine every convenience ior a genteel residence. It will be sold with two or more lot of ground, at the option of the purchaser. Terms, one fourth rash, the ret iu such payments as will be most convenient to purchaser. Apply on the pre mises to C. BALL, may 23 tf MAHOGANY SOKAS, CHAIR AND CABl NET KUKMTUKE, Ale. 49 Bt.EKMAX HTUF.ET. riHE subscriber bee leave to return hi fin A rrretltanks to those ladies and gentlemen who have been kind enough to houor him with their commands, and to inform then, and the ad mirer of handsome furniture in general, that he ha on hand some very elegant sofas, chairs, card, Pembroke and extending patent dining ta bles, grand sideboard, inlaid with high polished oro.iiueniai nrass - worit ami rote - wood, card ia - bk to match, Grecian couches, tofat, chaise lounge, inuMO' stools, chairt. He. Alfo, a li hrary ttepchair, the utility of which he particu larlr recommend. All furniture warranted of the bet quality and Workmanship, and ol the newest European lath iont. Order executed to any part of the union to any drawin?, on the most reasoo&ble term and punctuality for c sh. Ladies or gontkmen having fancy woods, may have litem manufactured to any article they wish, by applying at above. mv 30 2m A. M. HAYWOOD. Ttbtfldalpubltfttuettvn, At the Tontine Coffee House, on Tuesday, tbe 16ih June, at 18 o'clock, the following es'ateflfJacobmVerveelen. deceased, to close th enocern : Tbe two story brick front bouse and lot of ground No. Si. Walker street. The bnue i 25 Ret wide by about 38 deep, and well calculated to accommodate a famUy. The lot is 25 by 100 feet ALSO. 3 lots of ground, on the easterly side on hompson rtrett, between Grand and Broome - ttreett ; each Lot is 15 fee.t wide and 5deep. They have lately brn tilled with earth. ARTHUR sMIT - t, ' G. N. BLLLCKtllli Executor. Je1 ' SALE, A bouse and larm on 1 1, roe's rrk. in the town and county of W'ettcbcsler, fourteen nines irom iew - iora. lliu larui cnatain - bout on hundred acre of excellent land in good fence, a lance barn and other convenient out - baildinrs, a rood bouse twj stories bitrb. with (oar roMttt on each door, elegantly tituated on the of tlie Lst River : tlie timntion uu commonly b!tfiy I the neighbourhood the most respectable; abandaoce of fruit of tlie best eloc km ; tease and tlicll fish in grrnl variety taker before the ismik. For furtlier information apply to the tubtcriber on the premise. mj I ta t TEPIlfLN B. HOFf AX 1 the ie. : i Hies be the fore IN of and more will rent 4b or a at fs at 68 ni' the 21 C ' wntATftra ITCH OINTMEJST. - rTtfi r lrmr nil asrf - urui mam! of tilt OintlBMlt X i a aulScient recomoeodation, a it hai been found to he a pleaaatti, aale ana cenain remedy for that duagreeable dies in all it ta - ee. It it for aale in the city of New - Vork, by 3. A, At V. R. Fott, No. 41 WiUiauMteet I. C T. Clark, No. 85 Maidn - Lan ; H. U. Schieflelin b Co. No. 193 fearl - atreett Law - Jtr Km,. No. 19S Pearl - treet : Hull It Bowne, 146 Pearl - itreet R. & L. Murray, 313 Peari - etreet J. M. Bradbunt, 314 Peari - trect ; John Penford, No. 4 Fletcher - treet : Duryee ft Poe. ia Pearl - rtreetj JoIib C Mornon, 188 Greeawkh treetjJohn P.,Fiber, 100 Broadway ; Walter 4i Seaman, cornel of Chamber - it. and Broadway, and alto in Chalham - etreet ; and in (hortitaiay be procured at mot of the Dreg Stnm ia ihn citv Atao in Fhiladorphia. of S. Witherell k Son ; George Hartell , North ft Roger, and ahnort aV the drugpiU in the principal town ia ue uniieo siaie. LIXEWItK. WHEA TON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may he had at the above place. jaa226ra A fann of between ixtr and aerenty acre, aituate on the weit bank of Lake Otoego, nd one mile Irom the village of Coopentown. On it are a new (tone houe 54 feet inuare ; a new farm lionte, barn, arc. It form a tfetirable e tablithineot for a rentleman wiihinz to retire into tht - country, as it situation, a to prorpect. convenience to market, &:c. i not lurpaucd bv any m the interior ot tie state. It will he told low for cah, on a credit, or exchanged for property in tlii city, good, &c. Apply to rav 7 tf Lxw Building. till COilMtKllAI. tCHOoL, 3 KOOttVRl.T - STKEFT, BY ISAAC F. B R G FS. Late teacher of penmanship in the Adelplii fchool. rltrlt, apartment in tb catahiMkment ae u: - J ted up with a npenor degree of neatnesa. t he Voui.g Laditf' Room, completely diitinct from the other, it ii believed nill uct merc'.y It found corumodkut but comfi'iiahle and elfant. A Drawing Matter, of eminent qualitication, freceutlv from London.) itencacedto cive in struction in that tirani h twice 19 Hie week. Ui elegant collection of aiiecimcnt. in rare flowers, velvet painting, landtcape, Kc. will gladly be eabibited to inch a may be pirated to call. be term will be very moderate, and the exertion to reader landfcape drawing. Ac. inter esting, by tor preparation of viea expressly for school, and occasional practice Iron mature, with clear illuttratioo of the .ule of prrspect - it is believed will insure encouragement. In arithmetic, the piincipal is dc - terinijed to pare no pain to support the high character which toe recent examination of hi pupils fans given rite to. i he facility with wnicti complicated celculation were performed by many of his pupil, in the mmd, without any aid to the memory, however il may have impreMed with the ' .. .... k ii .k. ., r r, H riniifi ii J luic. mam lire icbuiivi v - quent practice alone, and prove that loy may taught all the facilities which are commonly reiultof long practice in counting house, he - they leave school. Application fur the admwion of hoys, will he received on or after the 1st of June, against winch time it it intended to increase tii arcom - modation. my 26 1m REAL ESTATE. pursuance of an order of the honorable tlie court oi chancery, dated the 24th day of A pril, lEW. we. the undersicued. truth et of the estate Henry Dojer, deceased, will tell at public auction, on 'l liuriday, the 23!hd.iy of May instant, the following rent estate : Lot No. 7 Doyer street, nineteen feet front and eighteen ftcl, Sti feet deep on touthcahterly 47 feet on northwesterly ul f, be the lann or it ts ; hiiu us now iu potscs'nm oi ni r. i il lain Armsiroiij; ; tunjeci in a lease winrn expire rn the 1st May, 1826, at a ground of 50 dollar per annum. Lot No. W Dover street, 20 feet front, 22 rear, h et 4 indict decpnn tuutt.eriv and 51 met on norllicrly tide, be the same more or lr - s, as now late in puis, mono! Col. W ui. 1 1, tuoject ti. lease, which will empire on tlie l(t May, 1824, a eround rent ot 40 dollars tier annum. L'dNo 13Doytrtrcet, 20 feet front and 2: rear, 51 feet deep on soutln rlv and 54 feel 6 inch on tie northrrly tide, he tbe tame more or If m, now in the poenonol ivir. uavia ivi unsoii ; subject to a lease w Inch will expire on the lit May, 1824, at a ground rent of thirty tix dollars per annum. Lot No. 15 Dover street, 25 feet front and 33 feet rear. 51 tut 6 data on South rlv ami feet 3 inches on Northerly side, he the tome ie or less, as now in position of Mr. William ?balztl ; subject to a lease which will expire on 1st May, 182 - 1, at aground rent Jlloity dollars per annum. Lot No 16 Doyer street, 20 fret front arid 20 feet 6 inches rear, 21 feet deep'on toutherly aim feet on northerly sides, be the ta:iie un.rf or let, and at nnw or late ia possession ol Col. in Few ; auhjict to a leu'e which w:ll expire on Unlit of May, 1824, at aground lent of 16 dollars per annum. Lot No. 13 Pell street, 29 leet front and 9 fiut inches rear, 50 feet deep, be the tame moro or less, at now inipoMeftion ol the enale ol win. Gray, deceased ; subject ton lease which will expire on the 1st May, 1821, at a grouiid rent of unny ooiiirs per annum. lot WJ. Zl rell street, Zl h tl front and rear, 56 feet 8 inches deep nn easterly, and 58 b et - l inchel on wctterlv sides, be the nine more or leit, a now in iMitsersion ot iMr. Win. I. W;il - dron : suhiert to a lease, which will expire on the 1st uay oiilay, tun, at agiouun rent Oi V) dollars per annum. Ixit Ho 85 fell ttn - f t, 31 feet rmnt, 5 Kit a inches rear. 60 feet deep on easterly, and 68 leel 5 inches on westerly side, he the tame more oi ret, at nnw in tKftnion ni'Jolm llfvtr :nib iect to a lease which will expire n.t (lie l:,t May, lull, at a ground rent of M dollars. House and lot So. 2d fell street, 21 feet front and rear, and 511 'eet 4 inches deep on easterly, and 60 feel on westerly suit, he the f hiuc more or lets, at now in possession orMr. Joteph But ler. The improvement? on the leased Intt to be valued ami paid for by the purchaser, at the expiration of the lease. Term of ale, rash, on the de'ivery of tlie deeds. Any further informntion whii h may be required will be given by either of the tuUK.ri bert. ISAAC S. DOUGLASS, ADRIAN II VANBOKKF.LEV. The above property w ill lie told at tbe Tontine Coilee llotire, on the above - mentioned day. by MotsM. FliANKLLV ti MI.ML'R.N, Amtion - eert. mv 7 Ids fjy The sale of th alove propi rty it itt - pooed to i hurtday, the llln ot June. my utitiit HKW t'lRK nuTAKIC tiAUUKr. MICH ALL DKN.NIsON, CLRAi'OR. HIS establishuieiit is situated at Rose Hi:l, near the ju.ictinn ol tlie Hloonnn - ilale and H xr'em Roads. It comprehends alxiut live acres of excellent land capable of tlie highest impro e - menu. The proprietor of this Ih au ilul pof hat obtain ed a Icate of the laud for the term ot thirty year. Me has (rietidet the enclosure, thruhrx rv, and other imi rovemenU) erected one of tlie Inrseit as most convenient green house in the uited States. - He solicits the ritixent to pi'rontze hit efforts to render bis garden rompietn in every re perl, by a moderate annual subscription. He propotet that each contributor of five dollar hll be entitled to receive the value in seeds, flowers, plants, fruits, or any other produce of the garden. By such ao accommodation to hiio on the part of the public, he will be enabled to procure the greatest variety of foreign and domestic vegetables, and to gratify U.e taste and expectatinnsof hit friend. Persons inclining to enter their name as en - ccuragers of the design, are invited to call at the garden, where the fullest information will lie given. rav?l 1m , I HS btbNCKK re'peetliil'y ininnns her ivl friends, and the ladies in particular who '"""r Alien on ner, u.nt her apanmetils nre now ready lor tbe reception of pupils (or the Pino lone ; also, thati.e is dt - tiorut f obtain - w; iwoor tiiree mora pupils wlio she would r. n.M. - ciioo i. wajt upf.n at thtir own ho. e,tliou!.ritbpre,e - i d. The m t resweta uie reierentv ran 1 giv. n. A RtrlrBaa and u - ih bijj we BccomtD' - d .ltd with board. m It ! - White - ttreet, 0. 3. 5 4 ta, in itn the c. in es to by All the of 9 A. 1 POST COACn An STEAM - BOAT LWES, rORPHUJUilLLfULt. via rowiks - wooK si ELitaaETMTown roi. - rr (1 - hrough in One Day.). - A NEW Line of Port Conclies withevery coo - xl e Spring. venience for patteogtra and basgage, on Ttut Post Cnrh will start from the Coach of fice. No. 1 Courtland - ttreet, near Broadway, n. York, every moroine. fsundayt excepted) ' o'clock, by way of Newark, Elixabelhtown. Brunswick. Prince ton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the tame afternoon, at o'clock.' A tecond Line of new Fort Coarhet will ttart from New - York every morning, (Sunday excepted,) at 10 o'clock in the I: team Boat Alalan - lodge at Trenton, and arrive at Philadelifhia, a Steam Boat, next inoroiug at 1U o'clock. Fare 5 dollar. . ... V. S. Pastengcn are requested to call and lake theirs. Mi at the office - No. 1 Courtlandt - - et, New - York. United States Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, Baltimore ard Washington City, with every ronrtui. - nre fur natsrnscrt and bacsasr. ou pricgt. The U. S. ruau coach will ttart from couch office, No. 1 Courtlandt - tt. New - Vork, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at C o'clock. Ouly 6 passenger admitted. For cats in the above named Lines, apply to T1I03. WHITFIELD, at the old established Coach, and Steam Boat office, No. 1 Court - landt - ttieet, netr the corner of Broadway, New - York ; or to A. T. GOODRICH S: CO. No. 121 Broadway, corner of Cedar - strett, New - York. (C5A!1 g'jodt ami b3j, - sage at the risk of the uer. J0SLPI1 LVON, SONS K CO. N. B Expresses smt to any part of the Continent, by THOMAS VVHiTFIlXD. uy .ii &WIF1 t - UKr. MAIL COAClito, run rnn.Auti.rniA, I . IV.m.Vnrk "TV.H IK ........... eve y inomins (Sunduy'tex .5 cepttdj at Ko'cioca, ana ar - "9 the iu Philadelphia next day i limner. Tlie public k houet are good, mid rcaonalI their charges. The drive it, horset and coach - are not inferior to nny othert now running It - tween these tworities. Tbe beautiful country, and the excellence f the roads ou this rout, connected wiih the safety, coinfort, und reasonable exptiicet, arc heleived lobe strong inducements travellers in givini; this line a decided prefer ence. The strictest attention will be ottered the proprietor in giving p ner.1 atifactinn. baggage and package will go at the risk of owner utile's insured and receipted fjr by the clerk of said office. Stage fare only $5, with a generous allowance baggage.' Partie wishing to travel at their leisure, may engage the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, by applying on day previous to starting. For seals apply at Northern Hotel, No. 79 Courliaudt - street, New - York. LYOS, SONS, CO. ap 2 Proprietor. Ull'Eli STMM - ROATS. fc7 - Onthe llth of May, the Boat will commence runriine four time a week, itlii52a.a follows : A Biiai will leave Wev - Yirk on Tuesday, at A M; Wednesday, at 5 P. M. ; Friday, atli M. and Saturday, at 5 P. M. of each week ; and a bnnt w ill leave Albany on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, nt 9 A. M I'hi' above arrangement will commrrce by the tlnnreller's leavine Albany (n Monday, tl.e 1 ih May, at 9 A. M. and the Richmond having INew York on I uesdnv. the 12th at A.A1. The Fire - Fly leaves New York ou Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 9 A.M. for New - Ini'li, and returns ou Monday, Wednesday and Friday.atHA.M. . my 2 VALUAULK RIAL .& .1 t OR SALE, l TX1K tlTt OF JSEW - VORK. .IYLIottol grouud en the west side of Green - wh"h - tlreet, I etween Vetlry and IJesnrot set - strett, 25 by 00. Four do in the rear of tbe above, fronting on theeasf side of Washington - street, i'jby HO. Lihtdu in the block below, between Wash ington tnd West - trertf. la Montgomery county. GOnO acres of Loud iu Lnwreuce't pun iiase, rear Fast Canada Creek, on the north tide ol the Mohawk. In Franklin Comity. I5.1C2 a. - resof Luiid. in the towns of Mount Morris and Dayton. in z.srx i.ounty. 7832 ceres of Land in the town of Barry more. In the County or Lewis. 1 2." 0 acres of lund iu Casterland, Chuitunit Purchase. In Saratoga Comity. 2 COO teres in Palmer's purchase. Fniiire at the office of the ut;criber, 3 - 1 Cedar - strett. EEV. ROBINSON. mh (7 tf BLRCEN ORPHANS COUKP. Ol the Term of March, IoIQ. Catl.nrine Schuyler, Adiiiinittrnlrin," Ae. f 1 1 John A. Schuyler Rule, under Statute, deceased. V ' I'M! E court order and direct, That Catharine L rn lieyli r :idmiuitralrix ol tbe goods, eli.l tels and credits of John A. Schuyler, d - eased. j:ive putilic notice to tlie crfditois ol the nere - dent to hrmz in tlrirclaiuis and demands azainit the estate cl tlie said decedent, on 'T before the firit day of .May, in the jenrof our Lord eighteen liuieired and ninetern, by putting up notices t' that etl'ert iu live nf the most public places in the oouiily of Bergen, for the vpare of two uii'iiths, and adv rtinrig .the same lor the like space ni tune in a newspaper printed and published in ti e tl.ite of Ni w - Jerty, , - .nd in a n pup r rintt - d and pu:ili!,ed uittie city f new I oik ap A true transcript Irom the record. 2ni J 1 1 H A . UO V s i. biir'r ate. SAONDLK'S PAI'K's T RAZOR; PROP, Ynu Hint wiih tohave with ease, B:y of ii you plesse ; His Rx - 'I Mrcp's, pecu'iar turlu Th it l:,irpi the Razor u ith atom h. G SAUMIr.Ra rei.pir'u!ly toln its thost who bae not got his I'abn' II ir r .etrrp, to lurnisli tliem'elves with his m w invcied u 1 tor Stri - p, and Metallic Compesiti n. No gen tli man w h.i on. e miikes tri.d 01" i.iie of the Strom now olfe id, wi.l ever try any nll.ers; nnd auchi - Iheir li.riniition, that ever s - i mtit h nse win give the razor that roundness wbii li ri(iiT the best of Idem useless, and which is well km a - . - i al ways to lollow the application of all lho hitler toinvnuid. 1 i.e aiiote simps an: in geueru: uc in New York, and are clrMiriSuishi d Ir iu. C tln - r. Barbers who have ured ttmuv unite in their plain: than I can tnyselt'iiyr.uT, 18 W all - tln ct. AIo fur sale. Razor, Soap, and cwt uteii sil lor Shai ing, of the first quality, with a supe rior astoitmr 1,1 01 rrrlumrry, Itair l owder, uic. Irom femytlrt. New Brid street. Iondoo. N. B. Tbe most liberal allowance made tu dealer. my ?2 7J l.KT, Tlie eh - gant 3 stort house No. 7 Ilnd - sou - street, whirh conmands a lensnt vkw of the Park and river. Possession may be had in a lewniyi. Also lor a!e, tlie lurnilure nfsiid house. His of the best quality ; well fitted, and suitable to a gentiN I family. Apply as above. my II If ELI.GAST PIAXO h OHTKS. JOS O c . kllU., 14 .Miidi n - Uane. has tust re ceived by the Venus a laree atsortnierit o ext - tlleot Piano Fortes F.'dent Flutes 1 la;o - lets, air .manuix. lured eticewiy for him bv - le - raeuti &Co. London. Also, Pison Forte Striotjs in set , new ma - K, and every arucie in the ma tical hue ; intrunenti takeu ia exchange, and tuner provided. my 29 U jVUUTU WfTrji A. and and and the and ry the. at J t to EXPEDITIOUS TRAVELLING. roa rniiADEi.rniA. Tbrongli iu ona day, and by day - light. ""VN Monday tlie 1 1th of May instant, a line of VJ' post - coaches and ttenra - boatt between New - York and Philadelphia will be commenced. The passenger will leave White - Hall in New - York every day (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock M. iu his excellency vice - president D. D. Topi) Wins' commodious and tjiecdy sieam - boat NAUTILUS, proceed to Bristol by the Statin Island and Wuodbrido turnpike, and take the steam - boat at Bristol at 2 o'clock, aud arrive in Philadelphia at 4 o'clock the same day. Th roads on the land part of this line nro turnpiket'. in excellent order ; the couutry nnd village, through which they pas is elevated, pleasant healthy, the route it the nearest at present travelled between tbe two cities ; the various extensive views which it gires oft ho ocean, hay?, ounJ and riven between New - Y'ork New - Brum wick, makes this the trott cxpr - diliou! comfortable and pleasant tour now (sibling between New - York nd Philadrl hia. A second post chaise will leave New - York eve day (Sunday's excepted) at 10 o'clock, in steam boat Atlanta, from While Hall, by way of Elirahcthtown, Bridgetown, New Brunt, wick, Princeton, lodge at Trenton, take the f'tatn boat at Bristol, and arrive in Philadelphia 10 o'clock. . Fare through $5. For teats in the above line apply at the office, No. 1 18 Broadway. All gobd and baggage at the risk of the owners. JOHV N. CUMMING, Newark. J. GULICK. SONS A - CO. Princeton. STOCKTON & HOWELL, Philadelphia. 1T r.xpresse tent to are nny part of the United ;ulick & CO. Stntcs. by L.. BAKER, G mv ll AO t ICE. For the further accommodation ol the put lie. the de parture of tbr rirefly from ; New - York and Ncwhurch will be in luture en the following day : Leave New York on Monday. Wednesday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. Leave Newburgh on tie id. iv, t rictav and s unnay at 6 A. .11. The above nrrungemrnt uillcommrni e by the irefiv leaving ewburgti on cu&day, the . HI May. The Western Stage leaves New - burgh immediately after the urrival ol the Firefly, my 22 NOTICE. (7" Steam Boat Omvk uiiiniu win sit BrK - "'y, at 1 1 o'clo l t. - 'jjrfatfj&tatcn Island, and liKANcn will sail every ock round occasion - uile. ntlie wind and tide will permit, tu the hook. This beautiful tail will contribute both health and pleasure, and is at cheap a recreation as can be found. Parties who mean to purlake of thit amusement will, if convenient, gheinlheir names tlie day preceding, at the oilicein MarketGeld street, north tide ol tlie Battery. Dinner on board, at the ritual pricet. Passage fit children half price. my 13lf A CO It OIS8TAKT apply oi la diet Beaver Hats, Ireihlrom the manufactory, tuita - hle lor the touth - ern market, and packed at the shortest notice, at J. WILSON'S, ' ICO Broadway. mny (tp - WH KATO k DAVIS, Fancy. Chair Manufai turers. No. 153 Fullon - st. opposite St. Paulv Chinch, oiler for sale, wholesale and retail, a large and elegaut a or'ment uf Curld Maph plain painted and ornament - ed in gold tt hrnnre, bamboo, plain and um linn, hock ing, Sewing, nnd Couversr,. tion Chairt, Sofas, Sellee Lotingee, Music Stool, Sec. Order from any part of thecontinentexecutei with neatness and iliapatch. Old Chair repaired, painted and ornamented my 1'J JE1f DnESSLYG HOOM. FRU1KTO, No. I Wall - street. Just re turned from Italy, has the honour to iulhru A the eentlemen. that he cuts and dresses hair ii the fntost style, and in a mat ner a to adopt 11 10 me pnisin"noniy. ne fias ir sate a qsanu ty of RAZOrL of the first quality, if they d not ideate nntrial, the purchasers aie at libtrtt to return them, and receive the money He ha likew ise procured a very fine hone, andcng ige - to i store razors to rt very keen edge and sliouli' tlity ii'it cut h will receive no recomeiice. Those ireiitlenren who may please to honor hin with their patronage, may depend on tlie most particular and respectful attendance. Frum nlo has just received a few sells ol the celebrated .M.iiiguim raise Uack Razors, war ranted ofl.lainascus ste - cl of a superior quality Amateurs may suave themselves N. II. (ienl'cnien who subscribe bythequar ter will have their raxors, Ac. kept exclu'iveli for themselves. P. S. A guod journeyman wanted. Applj as at'ovo. mh 6 tf 'TO LET. 'n sJ a dry thenar, unarr ttie nou io. '&t l ine - Mreet. F.nquire of MR. SMEDK?, my lit VM P - arl - strret. l.oi ICINGS WANTED. fiLN I I. K.MAN it detirnut of prorurinir. . v for liiniu'll and a lr;e fmi'y, during the iiinmer, comfirtahly fiirnihed Lorlings, (out fi liier.nyoi cw - Urooklyn, or with in a ronvr nienr Distance irom the Uity Hall ; 1: a Inusc v hi - re hf would lie allowed to provide !o his iwn Table to eat alone, and where the fanu'y wnuid attend to tlie cooking. A Parlour, and at least tiiree Bed room would ne rcq'iireri pertinps also servant cham' - wr. K:iquire at 7J Murray - tlreet. my21tf ANDERSON, at hit manufactory, 55 Mai 1 . din lane, ha on band a fiie assortment SPLCTACLLS, ia eold, silver, plated, gilt, steel and tortoie shell frames, with convex, con - enve.orsreen eyes 1ISO, pelllleS, goe - Jle lor waK yet, opera, rea - linsr and m?nn vi., v'ntm es eye. clatse se.t with eold or silver far tlw short id'ited, bolaniral glasses, linen proven, ant) spe. tacle cases ih a variety. J. A cmtiiiBes to manufacture Cane in every variety, rod n on hand a very ehcant assort - mejit nf sword and other t'anes, mounted to suit every tasie, w.leale and retail discount liberal ti wlj'defa'e dealers. iCr CANt:s and SPECTACLES marie and rep j lied to order new glasses fitted to old fra nes and eve ry alleulioa paid to thoe whe app'j ror specuwes. my au la - " .. L - r - r ' k ll V THE SOUA'D S'iTJiM JtOAT - LIfE. 4ill uvy w .1 ' '. 1 be proprietors, with a view of accommodating the public bvextandina tlie line mrrt t ..jim Norwich, intend making i be exDcuuieut witn the Fulton. Cant. Law. and this route (if found practicable) will oe continued during the season. - The line will in future be from New York to Norwich, a follow : Tbe Connecticut, I apt. Bunker, will leave New - York every Monday, iVtdnadajr and Friday, at 8 o'clock, in the morning, tor New - Haven. The Fulton, Capt Law, will leave - Norwich at 6 o'clock in the morning of the tame dayt, touch at Artc - Lornim and depart from thence for A'cw Uavtn at 8 o'clock. Tlie boat will meet at Aetv - fnren, and depart from thence every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening the Connecticut tor Yeur - Fori, aud the Fulton for Kev - London and JVorieich. mh 17 ST CAM iiOAT NAUTILUS. CCJ? The rteam boat NAUT1 - Y jf LL'S will hereafter run at LEAVE KKW - TORE, At 5 o'Uoek in the forenoon, 8 do ito 11 do do 2 o'clock in the afternoon. 5 do do LEAVE 6TATEN ISLAND, At 1 - 2 past 6 in the furciioon, I 2 past 9 do 1 - 2 ast 12 in the afternoon 3 o'clock do 1 - 2 pat) 6 do . OH El'ROWS LEAVE KkW - YOMC, At 5 o'clock iu tlie mornintr, 10 do do 1 o'clock in the afternoon, 4 do do ' I.CAVr STATE Ifl.AND, At is o'clock in the forenoon, 1 - 2 past II o'clock do; 1 - 2 past 2 o'clock in the afternoon, 7 o'clock do Passengert to the Narrowt and Bath wilhfor the preterit, bctaKen down on Sunday morning, in tl 5 o'clock I ;at, and be called for about half past 5 o'clock in the evening. 'I he - fare to Staleii land will be 25 cents, and to Bath nnd lli Narrows, 50 cents. Children hall pi ice. 'I he NAUTILUS is a new of great speed in fine order, with good urconimodations jand is pn pel led on the Uiiagstoa and Fulton plan. On account of the p!c;'.santmss ol'hcr tour, the adtantagci of Sea liuthing at the placet she visit, the variety and benuty of (lie ,ropccts they aJTord, the cheapness of the fare, ai.'d the excellence of the rdrt'sliu.rnti and necomiundation on board, exeu sinns in the Nautiiut lor pleasure or business, will be found expeditious, agreeable and healthful. A she i fitted for the transportation of Horse t - nd Carriages, and tlie wharves and float at New - York, Stuteu - lsland and the Horse - Boat Ferry at the Blazing Star, prrpaied for safe and commodious embarking and landii.g traveller in the Post Chaises, or in private carriages between New - York and Philadelphia, Trenton, Princeton, New Brunswick, or Wood - bridge, will find the route by the Nautilus aud the Turnpike acrot Staten - lsland to New. Brunswick, the shortest, cheapest and most pleasant that can be selected. JOHN deforest, Captain. Staten - Nland, 27th May, 1C18. my 291m NKWeUHOH Htl I 1 A.I AMI AH. V A MAIL - SI AbB' TRRLB TIM ICS A WEEK. EAVKS Newbnrgh every Sunday, 1'uesday, and 1 hnrsday mominjs, at three o'clock, runs throuch Monlgoou ry, filnomingburgh, Monticelio, by White Lake, Cohecen, Mount rlensaol, Ureat Bend, Chenango I'r.jnt, Owcga, Ithica, mid Ge neva, toCanandnigua. Rc - tu.iui p leaves Canamliua every Mon day. Wednesday and' Friday mornings at three o clock, and arrives at Ncwhurgh, the third day in time t take tlie Steam - lxjats which arrive in Ncw - Yoikthe fullnwintr moniinrj. fXj" It mo.v be txjircttd tltat at all touts v hrn the slram - buals alter their dais n running, that this line sriff aOr w asta mrtt them. The whole route will be perfomed in three days, from the first of May, until the first of November and finm the first if November until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March ontil the fin.t of May. in f - iii dav and from the 15th December, un til the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York an I run from tiitnce to Can' dairuu in fi.ur days. Pafisrr.frers travelling from New - soik to CnnHiiiUiirua, Nitrrura or Ihilfalo can leave N lork in the evcnniir steam - boats, mid arrive 11 Canaiutaigua in lie ee days a distance of three hundred miles. I he line is w ell tiimi - .lieil w ith irood, new carriatres ; good hnn,es, and carefin'and experienced drivers hvcry alien lion will be paid to render the pasjireol the tr:.vcller safe, easy and exj'editious ; and it is believed that the accommodating on this line are equal to any line in the state. d7 FARE from Newburgli to CananUaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS N. B. A bianch of the same line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line runs from Onego Ticga Point, thence through Newtown and PuirUcd Post, to Bath, BAGGAGF - , as usual, at the ri.k of the owners. David Godfrey. Bloominshurgh, i:. C St. John. Mount PIcasunL I., ii R. Manning, Chenango, IProprie Luther Gere, Itiiicn, I tor Samuel GreenlilT, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Lansing, mh 14 dGin U Dc'U Ai, e..e turn m. .in public . that he has iust rei eived. iter brie Bac chus and ship George, from London, a general tssoriuie 111 01 articles 1 n the musical line, amongst wincii are some very elegant small f lano - Korles, inn a particularly elegant rose - wood grand cat net Piano Forte. Also the new invented Metronome or patent sell - time beater, with a lartje assortment of new Music, which he offers :or sale; wholesale or re lad, on the most reasonable terms, mv II JM.VA'S A.Y t I lilUuUb PILLS. r H1CH haveheen attended with a degrtc I ol success highly K.rutelul to fi e linei't ir's feelinst, in teveial p ir's ol the West ludie; and tlie Southern and Middle StHtes, particular 'y in New I irk, rhiladeli Ina, baluniore, A The nperition ot these pills are perlectiy mild, s as to lx aed by persons in every siluaiiLn and ol every age. I'hey are excellently adapted to carry of su lrnou line, and prevnnl its niormd seerelions to rvttore and amend the appetite ; to produce lee perspiration, and thereby prevent cold riirn are otten ot fataf consequence. A 1 :rfver fails o remove a cold, if taken on its firs piwarancr". 1 bey are an infallible nreventiv .I Bilious and Malignant Fever, and s'.ouhl be procured for ue, by evrry tetninn and traveller Frepvred and sold at LEK'S Medii ino Store. N. - 4li .'diid' - n Line. Druszittt and country t'ore K - ep - rs suop ii il on lnernl terms. - my IB WAN I'F.ll to hire, a white woman, to do the Cooking and Ih use woik of a small family. Apply at No 6 Warren - street, my 28 A djtttriiag pifclJC know how ls dUUhi uiih br - tetliiiiR that differ. DOCTOR HORNE, former!, Of the citr of London aii . fer ?2T f"d ,ar6erT deem, it Lit JL J repeal tome ooterrationi f. M the abuse of . MERCURY, a .rah, indiscriminate, and tinquah. fied ate thereof, hat been produc. ... . of inu"'e mitchicf. Tboa. sand we aniaally mercurialized out of ts? I, ence. 1 he dueate we have in view owes it fa. tal results chiefly to thit wurce. What a pit, a j oung man, the nope, of hit country, ai; Uie darling of hi. rentt, should be tnitcEed a! waj - Irom aU the protpects and enjoyment of hf. by the consequencet of one unguarded momeri! tnd by a disease not in its own nature fatal. n2 which only prove to from neglect or imnron treatment." A geatlemar, llnta Dr. l'?Sa lient) now perfectiy hearty and well, had been under phyncian of gtneij pracUce, i vearA: and repeatedly tain at, d; vhen rccr - mBiccded U Dr. H. (by a gmtieman of tlat city) hi, bar, m were carious and hit flesh dropping iroa the - his fnendt declared he could not possibly tuni t wo month longer. Thousand, experancntali. know Willi what ease and tiwery Dr. H. eradi cate the severest case, and rxnftrmt the'eonsti tutioq. The Doctor', plan (advertising) is ni" ctssary to guard the public r - gains t the aouse at tr.ercury, and otherfatal delusions, held forth. - . Persons, therefore, having contracted e D'i. vale disorder, or suspecting latent poison, nr. admonished not to tamper with their contiito. tion, or conceal the disorder, till part recove ry ; others having the remains of an old case. ' or other impuritie of the blood, a. well at oOj! er complaints of a delicate nature, in eiU sr tex. thould remember posterity, mid do Vtiti to their consciencts, by making api.ucatio, to Dr. II. at In old and resnectab .k let me claim yur criou attention rieBi cm' 'A a supeili. ial cure is no cure at all ; !e4, fJ ' "r tines u radic ally done, you will certainly hav. the disorder break out attain with tidnnHls . " Riiity. at tome future period I j K - riftns tb - a wil c too late lor remedy. Dmi't Von nin. Ll.. " the ttrect miserable, mutilate hein u - ,il . wn a hit of nose on their face .' TdfrJii beseech you. 1 )r. li't. ciiaracier ror skill and stu,bom jntw - n:y being universally known in this ....Tl Ill04,guarantce to jiatient that delicacy and . crery hitherto unknown, and having confined hit raeuee ior years jiasr, eiciusively tothecureol 7 - j - y. u" J "loysaieiycal. ulate on (ne most decided ad v ant aires U,cem. ulting Dr. II. Gleet eradicated in lw or three ew. Stricture removed wifhou' boueiet nr anv nfh. er instrument ; and ail dfiiilitie 1 likewise Alt old ulcerations, fi tula't Ut , A plurality of office are nrorided. and so :f - tcd liifit patients are not exposed to each other' 1.... . 4 ... Iu . : M 1 - r - . . r. . , . v.pcu uu iino pasi y m me eve nirg. AI! person concerned are invited to he free ailing, and speaking with Dr. IL which i I ret il cost. And here tlie Doctor cannot avoid fha expression of gratitude for innumerable reroto 111c r.dat ions, and for the decided preference (it l presumed with just cause) long given him by a judicious public. . u. Ail letters must De post paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 lir If UT UElt qUACKLHX .XUH 1MFUS1 - DR. F.VAXa' superiar method of curine a ivh tain Disease, isnow unive' - sally acknowledged in thit city ; hismnrle oftrentmeul is ierfect!y mild. safe. ex. ,cuiuuii, sua nu cca - g. reasonable. In every it - fance he warrant a cor, and will return the payifbt daet not perform agreeable to contract. II1C .HI. .v.. HII.UJ, VIJICIIEU. There are ninny persons in this city and iu vi - I I.u .in. lull MrAo nlinp. aL..m...I inity, laboring under various chronic disease. such a cancer, old inveterate ulcer, scrofula or kings evil, fistulas, diseases of the urethra, bladder and kidnies, old complicated complaint of a certain nature, bilinu nnd other obstructions, rheuinatitw, Ac. which they consider incn. 1 . 1 . ii.r. Arlninlv Sin nwl in m .... I diiir, inj ....... . - iiu cinriuij lyupplvinir atDr.KVAN'S'S Medical Store. No, 1, 1 eea - itii', uhb piai meu in exitiairs ospitals in Lurope I years, under some oftl first Surgeons nnd niysicians in the world, eel those ohtlinale disease bis constant study or 30 years. 0 t It . 'If The sulirrribor bavine recently returned. from England with an important improvement oa .i.. ...i.r..:..i I t. - i. .i. - mi. - uiMiiiiai spiin 1. 1 . vj , ne uikcs im niciiHiu 1 lulormiug his friends nnd the public, that til those who are so unfortunate as to he In want of a leg, or arm; they can be accommodated by applying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - Y'ork. Jau22 WM. PURVIS. HV DE - PAUk CMS! I I U I ION. 4 5KLKCT and nrivate Classical School it established at llvdc Park. Dutchess coua - ty, state of New - York, under the direction and nsiruclion ol UbNJAMIN ALLEN, L. L. U. . The institution is desicned to unite with a clas sical and English Education, the modern languages. I'be classical course will comprise tlie Latia and Greek Languages, Ancient Hitorv and Gei ography, Mythology, Roman and Grecian Antv quities. i ne'isn course win comprise tnettia Grammer, Elocution, Elements of History, Kbe - , loriek. Geography, Penmanship, elementary anJ practical Mathematics, and the outline, of Nat ural rlnlosnpliT. Modern Laneuszes will comprise the French, . - 'punish and Italian. Moral and rchmout inttrucuon will lie atien - lil to, at youth it the most proper time to in culcate and fix those principles of virtue and piety, which ought to direct and influence the conduct of future life. The t - units of the Institution will be members of the Principal's family, and under his immedi ate care nnd government, i articular attention will be paid to (heir morals and manners. The government will he strict, but mild and parea - al it aim (hall be to tnie habit of order ana industry, nnd inspire a generou emulation. The institution will lie furnished with a Libra ry, Mapt, Globe, nnd sclec t Philosophical Ap paratu, tlie use of which the pupil will oe taught, and made familiar with the most import - - ant and striking experiments in natural rnuutv - phy. These will lie considered as rewards of good cotnluct and attention to study, and coa - tituteone of the most interesting ource of a - iiuscmeiit nnd recreation. It is known from experience that much useful knowledge may be thus incidentally communicated. 'Itie terms arc three hundred dollars per annum, payable quarterly washing included. Cla'sicnl ttudentt who study the modern la - eu..ges, will be charged 10 dollars per quaiur extra for the same. The students find their beds and bedding. 'the number of students it limiled. Gentlemen therefore who are de.irous of placing their sons in ihe institution, will pleate to make a early application. All letters relative to the institution, nddrest - d to tlie tubicribcr, Hyde Park Pitt Office, Dutchess Counly N.Y.will be promptly Mtcnd - lto. BENJAMIN ALLEt. The summer term wil' commence on the TJUi, of May. inyoSw" I I OMAN CEMENT. 60 Roman C, IX merit, just received nnd fortale bv ANDERSON ti SHEARER, mj23 131 Watei - ttreet NEW - YORK : " PRIIfTED A.VJj PUBLISHED MICH A El, BVRS'HAM A CO. 49 WiLMAxt - tTftttfT orrotiTK TB 1'axe CorrBF. - Horta. - No, i; l,..l K, .iiiiiumiu i.u. vt aii - r - iucci, luarnoutst west ol Old - Blip, to obtain that prompt assistance lone calrulaV.d to prevent ditclosure. a .i l' iSH NNViflj

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