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A MB UK At HI Li. XAB6I0 COS a. ' Ll 3 Tbt boot know by U name of the ,nrioB House of Murray Hill," bont three ,.! hli nilet from the city I bounded 00 lb .JlarJnn Roed. - 1 he boute ii convenient and ' ' ' roomy, aad would answer for a genlleman't f summer residence, a boarding school, or pyblir. v huute. ' J hr arc about 4 acres or ground belonging; to the premises, divided into a garden, V onward and lawn. There it alto oa the premises tlaMa and ; rocb boute, out hoosct. cc and a well of t' water, Tba building n handsomely situated, . commanding a beautiful prospect and convenient to Hie public road. - Ao industrious gardener " woud be more than able to pay the rent from the fruiU aJ vegetables which be could raise. The proiierty will K rented very reasons lle to . a gooa tenant. . r or iimiitr panicuiura, cmjuiic; at .. 7 Al aides Ltir.e. jemtnnn . v iim O iii.' LET. ACounl - T Seat, with 15 acres of land, on the Hudson River. ' " The house and grounds at Bloominrnale, late tub residence oi irwii oiuij, - and a half miles frosa the city, aw cflered for tale of to be let. for a term of vears. 1 bo bouse is roomy and convenient, with all the necessary barm aad out - hoaset; a well of good water, and the situation as beautiful asnoy in the ytcin - itr of tbe city Tbere are about fifteen acres tl land, a proportioa of which is in thriving : yojinf 'wood. For terns, enquire of Mr. C WTLKLo, at the Bank of New York, Wall street. Je 8 eodlw . . " ' ' frt - JOUN I. ROBINSON and MARTIN LEE have entered into partnership nnder the firm of BMmtn 4c Lee, in the stock, exchange and brokerage business, at No. 44 Wall street, and solicit tbe patronage of their friends and tbe nuhlic. Je 2 eodf w. - . ,. - ANCHORS. A CONSTANT supply of Anchors from tbt troa - VVorkt of Messrs. Forbes & Adam, in ' Canaan, Connecticot, made of Salisbury iron, with or without iron stocks, for sale by the subscribers, agents for tbe manufacturers, and who are authorised to warrant the anchors if required. : , TUCKER ft CARTER, myWeodlm - 69 South street IV LET, That verr rile at ant situation at Green wich. in Asrlum street, consisting of a good and convenient dwelling bouse, in com pleat repair, a . stable and out - kitchen, and other out - bouses, a . wcllot excellent water, sad 1 lots of ground, laid out in a handsome gardrn ; containing a va rietv of fruit trees and shrubbery ; formerly or cupied by tbe s - jbscriber, and lately by Mr, James oaiiey. enquire ot . WIUJAjM VV. GILBERT, mytleodJw. - Greenwich Lane. tVH HALh. A trerv nrofitabie FARM, of 110 acres, two uurds under cuuivauuu, me rvsiuue wuua - Isnd, situate on the sea shore, a quarter of a mile below tbe narrows, on the Staten island tide and a short ride from the steam boat ferry landing It rives a verv extensive view ol the btT and en virons ol New - York, wjUiia the Narrows, and of. bandy Hook ana n ocean ror propcn ir Two thirds of Uie parcbase money may rruiain secured upon the land. Apply to A. V. D. Fountain on the premises, or to . - W. A. SEKLY. 113 Greenwich - street. ' TO LET, a convenient new It story boue, edjdioing the above, with a garden and about ao acre of land. For terms apply as above. . id 3 eodtf THE HMO A H I b. AMONGST the present numerous exhibition of this city, .VI. FAFF Hitters biineif that tbe lovers of renuioe works ol old matters, will find t.isGALLLRY OK PAINTINGS, No. 80 iv.ii - .tM.r vmrih il.ip Btif.iwm uiul nrp.i.l. I ing then at the smallest expense with the most extensive gratification. N. d. Old paintir.,s repaired and reHored to their original lustre, or purchased ut utmost value. my xo ii DEN US I RK. ZERAII HAW LEY, surg.on Dentist, hss removed hit office truin 3i Pearl street, to SH Nassau street, where he will extract, clean and file teeth, lie alto sett artificial teeth in ' the moit approved manner, and if auplicaliun is luaiKi loiiitu in proper season, ne win prevent me irregulur growth of the second set of teeth, er te - inoveauv existing irregularity He will only add Uie following recrmruendntion WHOM IT MAI C0BCER : f f This certihVs, that iJurtor Zerah Haw - ley is a regular bred physician, aud in good standing with his brethren in this place, tlmt lur has paid particular attention to the art of DENTISTRY, bas studied the best European works - on the subject, and has given very good satisfaction in this branch to his customers, who are persons of III - . - first respectability in this city. We tlitrel'nre. with entire confidence, recommend lr. Hawley to the cilixens of New - York, as a Penlist. f jEneat Munson, Prof's ofthe New - Havii, V Nathan Smith, f medical insti - an 22, lli 10. i Eli Ives, if tulion, Vale iJona. Kmzht, J College. Je8 1w AMEIUVAX ACADEMY OF TtltL H.VE AR1S. yil HE Board of Directors give notice that the A fourth exhibit'toa of this Academy is open ever dav from 0 in tba moroin? till duslt. They further give notice that the gallery nf tlie Antique statues is open for the purpose nl study all those students desirous of the benefit thus afforded by tbe Academy in laviug the (bun - tlatioa of art, are reqneitcd to anply tatho keep er, wbe will inform them of the rules laid down on tbe by - laws for their ailminion. - - The gallery is epen for this purpose every day (Sunday ex cepted; from 6 to 9 in the morning, nolil iurther . Douce. By order, ALEX'R. ROBERTSON, Sccr'y June 8 1 w cje4 tOti SALE, That beautiful anf well cultivated conn try seat, situated on Harlreiu Heights,!! inilct from New - York, nnd a quarter of a mile from Manhattanvilte. It consists of twenty five ncr s of excellent land, an elegant houe, hnm, stnhb's, ice hous", milk house, a lmue for the gat (letter arid new fences, hie. Ac. There is also a sitrinx ef nevrffailing wafer; an abundance of excellent fruit of every description in full hearing, imported from Europe at a very great ex)iene. Tbe ' tbid country seat is on the border ol the lludwn River. Every facility will be given at to pay meat. For further rtartirulnrs npplv to N. M. DELONGlKMARE, No. 1 Sloat lane, corner of Win. street. Jefttw MEDICAL AID. D' R CORN W ELL, who is a member of tlie Corpora - ion of Surgeons of London, und who hat bad much experience in tlie line of bit profession for mre than tweuty jeart. ha lately arrived in this city, and lieine well apprised of tlie treat let.:1!. I it cnerally tuBet to Mroduce a medical g utleman into practice in the common teteryrd . ay, takes this method to inform the public, tht be has t - xken the situation, No. 2 a WAfER - STREET, corner ef Uover - ttrot bis door in Dover - street hit name on the dor - Uit sigu, a Mortar; where lie will be found ready to wait on those that uletise to apply lor hit mi - .llrl .M : .i.. iiflrent branches of tnrgery, and the practice ef Physic erneraliy. r A, al , in all cases of imrotenrr r,,t . tain complaint, incident to iKith sex, in which he has haj treat, very ereat. rnvr,nr. .. - ewe 01 ui.iu.anuv wiuout one hours detrnlion from business, or chance of dit, or a poible UiN - overy by tbe mnst mti mate friend. ir Aaa in a t cases c: coaui'enee, the ereat - ?n secrecy will be strtctiy obsrnvrt. II. k.. ao shopman, or any person in p irtnersUo with uim. r N. B. Attendance will be m'vrn to patienb from smvrise autil 9 o'clock in tbe evening. im - 71 OFFATTS STOCK ALE For sale AfJt. Ma X) Fuiton - tt br my 3 8vr . ELLIS b FLECKNEB, be and On farm into any low Late r1 JL l'ho Tbe tne ive. ted idea be the fore Hoim of ed lie other and r,? lars tion and and now ing bave ble hit r line on by at at iVWEATCK'S ITCH OINTMENT. rTIHE lonir and successful use of this ointment JL is a sufficient recommendation, at it bat been fonad to be a pleasant, safe and certain re medy lor mat disagreeable oikk ges. it is for tale in the city of flew - York, by 3. A. W. R. Post, No. 41 VVilham - ttreet; I. & T. Clark, No. US Maiden - Lane H. H. Schieiftlin ii Co. No. 193 Pearl - street: Law - rnr & K.,u - . No. 195 Pearl - street t Hull A Bowne, 146 Pearl - street ; ft. at L. Murray, 313 Peari - etreat i J. M. Bradhurst, 314 Pearl - street ; John Penford, No. 4 Fletcher - street ; uoryee Poe, in Pearl - street; John C. Morrison, 188 Greenwich - street; John P. fisher, 106 Broad - way; Walter Seaman, cornet of Cfeamber - sf . and Broadway, and alto in Chatham - street i and ia short it may he procured at most of tbe Drug stores in this city Also in Philadelphia, of S. Wilhereil Sons i George Hanell , North it Ro cert, and ahuoit al the drag'ittt in the principal towns in tlie United States. LIKEWIgfC, WHEA TON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS mat had at the above places. iao t2 6m A farm of between sixtr and seventy acres, situate oa the wos t bank ol Lake Otsego, one mile from the villa - e of Cooperitown. it are anew stone house 54 feet square ; a new house, barn, &c. It forms n desirable es tahlishinent for a gentleman wishing to it - tire the country, as its situation, as to prospect. convenience to market, tec. it not surpassed by in the interior of the state. It will be sold for r ah, on a credit, or exchanged for property in this city, gond, toe. Apply to (I. V At 11 St - LHtWlCK, rav 7 tf Law Buildings. C1TK COWMfcKCIAt. SCHOOL, 3 ROOKKVKl.T - fiTRKET, BY - ISAAC F. BRAGG. teacher of penmanship in the Adelpbi school, HE apartments in this establishment are ft' - ted up with a superior decree of neatners. Youug Lodics Rnom, coniplcttly distinct from the others, it is believed will not merely be found commodious but comfnrtablc and clcnnt A Drawing Master, of eminent rjonlilirations, (recently from London,) is eugagrd to five instruction in that tirancb twice in the week. 1 J is elegant collection of specimens, in rare Cowers, velvet paintings, landscapes, tc. will gladly he exhibited to such at may be plrsscu to cuil. - terms will be very moderate, and tbe cx ertions to render landscatie drawing, Ac. inter esting, by the preparation of views expressly for school, and ocvaiiooal practice irom Mature, who ciear iiiusiratiuns oi me ruies cr persneci it is believed will iniure encourasement. In arithmetic, the principal is determined to spare no pains to support the high character which the recent examination of his pupils has given rise to. The facility with which complica rclcalations were performed by many ol bis pupils, in UiC mind, without any aid to the memory, however it may have impressed with the of" getting by rote," was the result of frequent practice alone, ai.d proves that boyt may taught all the facilities which nre commonly reiultof lonj practice in counting bouse, be tr.ey leave school. Applications for the admission of hoys, will be received on or after the 1st of June, against which time it is iulendcd to increase the accom modations, i my 26 1m NEW - TURK BOTANIC GARDE. MICJIAKL DKNNWON, CURATOR. HIS establishment is ituated at Rose Hill, near the iu.irtion of the Blonininedale and - m Roads. It comprehends about bve acres excellent laud capable of the highest improvements. Tbe proprietor of this beautiful font ha obtain a leateoi the land for the term of thirty years. has (besides Uie enclosures, Minib!i rv, and iuitroveiuent. - ) erected one of the "Urges' most crmvenieni sreea nouses in me uriteu ';. He tolicits the cilitens to patronize his efforts to render Ins garden complete in every re - " .uiiii.wmi He proposes th'it eitchcontiibutor of five do) sfaill be entitled to rvceiva the v:lne in seeds, Ihuvers, plants, fruits, or nny other produce ofthe garden. Bv uch an accommoda tnhiiu on the part of the public, he will he rnabled to procure the grralet variety of foreign domestic vegetables, and to gratify the tatte expectation ol nit menus. Persous iucliuing to euter their names as encounters of the detio, are invited to call at the garden, where the fullest tnlormatinn will he given. my SI lni I Hf bPLCKK respeitlally mlunos ber LVJL friends, and the Indies in particular who recently called on her, that her apartments are ready for tbe reception of pupils for the piaao forte t nlso, that she is desiorus of obtain two or three more pupils, who she would no objection to wait upon at their own houses, should' it be preferred. The most respecta references can be given. A gentleman and wife may be accommodated with board. rnylSlm wriitstr.t. io. :u CVULEIJ HA Hi MAJWfA C'iUfil, 76 Chatham - street. 1 subscriber returns his thanks to the JL public for their lornier patronage in the of his prolestion, and hopes for their future support. He likewise in tonus them that he ha band a constant supply of curled hair, manufactured exprenly for matrasses, on an improved principle ; and likewiiC'CU.irao'.ees Uie hair told hi in to be free from any impure smell, bein; well scoured, boiled and baked, ami being manufactured by machinery, has an advantage over any other hair manufactured in America its - very texture and elasticity making it a saving of tweuty - five per ceut to tbe purchaser. ' WILLIAM JACKSON N. B. Merchants and the trade in general will find it to Uieir advantage to call as above. 30 bales of hair ia its rough state ; 6 bales oi long horse - tails ; S(M)0 lbs of long hair drawn 30 inches c'ubbed ; 600 dozen bair sieve U.ttom" For sale a above. my 5 2m TO LEASE OR FOR SALE, j - iil 1 naieiejaiit modern t urn nouse, ntuaie the cororr of Sands and Washington street?, I'.rookly 11 Its size is thirty - ooe feet front by fifty feel deep, is rooms to arranged as to combioc every convenience tor a genteel residence. It will be sold with two or more lots of ground, at the option of the purchaser. Terms, onn fourth cash, the re't in such payments as will be rout convenient to purchaser. Apply on the pre mises to L. BALL, mny 0.1 tf MAHOGANY SOFAS. CHAIR AND CABl NET H'KNTTUKF., .tf. 49 BEE KM AX STREET. rflIE cuhtcriber beet leave to return hn fin JL cere th - tnks to those ladies and gentlemen who have been kind enough to honor him wilt their commands, and to inlorra them, and the ad mirers of handsome furniture in general, that be hat on hand tome very elegant sofa, chairs, card, Pembroke and extending patent dining ta blc, grnnd sideboard, inlaid witb high polithed ornamental brass - work and rose - wood, card ta bles to match, Grecian couches,, chaise lounge, mutic stools, chairs, tic. Also, a li brary step chair, the utility of which be particu larly recommends. All furniture warranted of the nett quality and workmanship, and the newest i.uropean fash ions. Orders executed to aay pirt of the anion to nny rirawinz, on the most re Moot Die termt and punctuality for cash. Ladies or gentleoiec having fancy woods, may have them tnaumac lured to any article mey wish, by applying at above. my 30 Sm A. M. HAYWOOD. fOR SALE, A house suid farm na Throe's Neck, in tbe town and county of Wettcbesler, fourteen nines irom ISew - York. The farm contains a - bout one hundred acres of excellent land ia good "K.e, tarie ftarn and other cooveeient oat - ouuoinRs. a good bo'ite two stories hish. with lour rooms on each floor, elegantly situated on " - w " - " Kiver ; die situation un - communly bralthv : th n.;t,l...hnt k retpectablt - . ahund anra nl iniinrih. y - t . 1. - lw ' ' AMd fi " KfeM takes Tin . I T 1 w 'uruier iniormation apply . - .' vii twc tncrnivev. trj 1 ta STEPHEN B. HOFFMAN n 4 in in e? to by the of 9 A. I 11 P03TJCOACfI AMD STEAM - BOAT LINES, fVR PHILADELPHIA. . , VtAVOWIM - SIOOK tl XLUABKTHTOWH : . . Cfbroagh it One lrty.) ANEW Line of Post Coaches with every convenience for passenger and baggage, on springs. Tbe Post Coach wiM start from the Coach of fice, No. 1 Courtland - ttreet. near Broadway, N. York, every morning, (Sundays excepted) at O'cioc, oy way oi newara, cusaoeiniowo, Brunswick. Princeton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the tame afternoon, at o'clock. A second Line of sew Post Coaches will start from New - York every morning, (Sundays excepted,) at 10 o'clock in the Steam Boat Atalun - ta, lodge at Trenton, and arrive at Philadelphia, a Steam Boat, next morning at 10 o'clock. Fare 5 dollars. P. S. Passengers arc requested to call and take their teats at the omce no. i uouwanni - street. New - Voric. United States Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington City, witb every convenience for nassensert and baire.iee, on tprbigt. The U. S. mail coach will start from the coach odkc. No. 1 Courtlandt - st. New - York, . . ..... . - . i every day at x o'ciocs, r. ni. and arrive oi i im - adelpbia next morning at 6 o'clock Oa!y 6 r1 lunn.r. rwl rvv i , t .1 ror seatt in the above named Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old ettat.h'hed Coach, and Steam Boat office. No. 1 Court - landt - stteet, near the cornrrof Broadntv, New - York i or to A. T. GOODRICH Si CO. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, New - York. frt - AII goods and baggage at the risk ofthe owner. justrn ijiu.v, a. w. N. B Expresses sent to any part of the Cca linenLby iu'JMAa wimrit - bu. my 30 &VMFJ SLKK MAIL COACH Kb, for ruiLAtiCLrniA, tCT Leave ftcw - York eve - v moruinirfSundav'sex - fcepted) at fio'dock, and ar - nvt in l liiiaueipiua ueai day t't dinner. The publirk houses are good, and reasonable their charees. The drivers, horses and coat h - are not inferior to any others now running between tieie two cities. Tbe heautilul country, and the exct Hence of tlie roads on this rout, connected with the safety, comfort, and reasonable expences, are heleived to be 1 1 rone inducements travellers in giving this line a decided preier ence. lhe strictest attention will be observed the proprietors in giving general satisfaction. All bueease and packages will go at the risk ol owner unless insured and receipted fjr by the clerk of said office. Stare fare only 5. with a senerous allowance baggage. Parties wishing to travel at their leisure, may engage the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, by applying o& day previous to starting. r or seats apply at northern Hotel, no. a Courtlandt - ttreet, New - York. - ap 2 Proprietors. MfxTH HIVH.R STEAM - BOATS. (itr On the lllhof Mav, ja uie uuaii mil i - vHiwiiv, IVVt At running four times a week, tejbBl0iws : A liout hiiI ienve New - York on Tuesday, at A. M ; Wednesday, at 5 P. M. ; Friday. a 9 M. nnd Saturday, at 5 P.M. of each week ; and a boat will leave Albany on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 A. M he above arrangement will commence by the Chancellor's leavins Albany on Monday, Uie tb May, at 9 A. M. and tlie Richmond leaving New York on Tu sdav. the l'2th at 9 A. M. . The Fire - Fly leaves New - York on Tuesday, Thursday nnd Saturday, at 9 A. M. for New - bureh. aud returns ou Monday. Wednesday and Friday, at 8 A. M. my 2 VALUABLE RDHL r.8 At' tOK SALE, IN TUB CIT1 or NEW - YORK. 1,"IVE lott of ground on tre west side of Green - wich - street, between Vestry and Desbros - ses streets, 25 by 110. four do in the rear 01 tne amove, trooting on the east side of Washiogtoo - street, to by 110. tight do in tbe block below, between wash ingtou and Wert - ttreets. In Mnntgomery county. 6000 acret of Land in Lawrence't purchase, near East Canada Creek, on the north side ci the Mohaw k. In Franklin County. 15.162 acres of Laud, in tbe towns of Mount Morris and Dayton. In Lssex county. 7832 acres of Land in the town of Barry more. In the County of Lewis. 1250 acret of land ia Catterland. Chasunis Purcl - Aie. In Saratoga County. 9600 acres in Palmer's purchase. Enquire at the office ofthe subscriber, 34 Ce dar street. EEV. ROBINSON. mh 17 tf BtRGEN OKrMIANS COURT, Of the Term of March, 1818. Catharine Schuyler, Administratrix Ac. f ol John A. Schuyler Rule, under Statute, deceased. V rl HK court order and direct, That Catharine L Schuyler administratrix of the goods, chattels and credits ofjoha A. Schuyler, deceased, give public notice to the creditors of the dece dent to bring in their claims and demands against the estate 01 the laid decedent, on or before the first day of May, in the year of our Lord eigh teen hundred and nineteen, by putting up notices to that effect in five ofthe most public places in the county of Bergen, for the space of two raonuis, and advertising ine same lor me r.xe siKice of time in a newspaper printed and pub lished in Uie state of iew - Jersey, end in a news - apt r printed and published in tbe city of Aew oric. a true iranscnin irom tne record, ap en 2m JOHN A. BOt'D, Sur'gate, G. b AUNDLK'tf PA1 L.M I RAZOR STROP. You that with to share with ease, Buy of Saunders if you please ; His Razor Strop's, pcculinr such, That sharps tbe Razor with atoucb. C1 SAUNDERS respectfully solicits those f. who have not got bis Patii.f Razor Strop, to lurnish tbeninelves with Ins new invented lla lor Strop, and Metallic CompoMti - in. No cen lleman who once makes trial of one ofthe Strops now ottered, will evertry any others; and nctu their formation, thateter tojmchuse will not give the razors that roundne'i which renders the best of tbein useless, and whicb is well known al wayt to follow the application of all those hi'her to invented. The above stroi s are in eenera use in New York, and are di'tingnishrd from all others. Barbers who bave ued them say mare in their praise than I can myself. 18 Wall - street. Also for tale. Razors, Soap, and every utea sil for Shaving, of the first (luality, witb a tune rior asortro nt of Perfumery, Hair - Pop - der,c Irons Smyth'. New Bond stieet. London. ?i. n. ine most liberal allowance mane to dealers. my tt ttr - i ro let. i nS The elegant 3 ttory bouse No. 7 Hud son street, which coramandt a pleasant view of the Park and rirer. rossessioa may be bad in few days. Also lor tale, the furniture of said bouse. It ofthe best quality ; well fitted, and suitable to - enter I family. Apply at above, my 11 tf ELEGA.VT PIASO t'ORTES. lOS. W ILtON. I4Maidea - Lane, basiuttre - J c - ived by tbe Venat, a larre assortment of excellent Piano Fortes, Patent Flutes Flaeeo - kts. Sic. raaoufactuied expressly for him by Cle men's it Co. Loadon. Alto, Piano Forte fclrirrt ia sets , new miuic, and every article in tbe me - sical boe t instnimentt tokea in txcbanr, and 0H2 inj at to tuners ptoVidid, my 29 tf EXPEDITIOUS TP.A VELLIXG. 4 ten r1,yraT "iiWyJ jSr" - , 1 nil j tOSi - LHAlSE k STE.iM.JUuA J UJS, lot rniLADsLFHiA, . Throoih in one day. and by day - li?ht "IN Monday the 1 ItU of May intlunt, a line of VS post - coaches and steam - boats .between New - York and Philadelphia will be commenced. The passengers will leave White - Hall in New - York every day (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock A. l. m ins excellency vice - president D. Ii. Tompkins' commodious and speedy steam - boat IvAU 1 1L.US, proceed to Bristol by tbe Staten Island and Woodbridge turnpike, and take the tte. - rm - boat at Bristol rt ? o'clock, and arrive in Philadelphia at 4 o'clock the same day. The roads on the land part of tins line are turnpikrd and in excellent order ; the country aud villages through which they pass is elevated, pleasunt and healthy, the route is the nearest at pre - en! travelled between the tv. - o cities ; the various and extensive views which it gives ofthe ocean, the by, sound and rivers between New - York and Ncw - ilt uiuwick, makes this the most expeditious comfortablo and pleasant tour now exiit - between New - York and Philadelphia. A second postchaie will leave New York every day (runday's excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the steam boat Atlanta, from White Hall, by way sif Klizabethtoirn, Bridgetown, New Brunt - wick, Frincelon, lorle nt 'I renton, take the steam boat at Bristol, and arrive iu Philadelphia iOo'clock. Fare through j&j. For teats in tlie above lines apply at the office, 1 hi r 1 " ' No, IIU DIUHIIWrtJ. All goods and baggage at tlie risk of the owners. JOHN N. CUMMING, Newark. J Gl'LICK, SONS : CO. J'rincetoii. STUCKTON A HOWELL, Philadelphia, t t Expresses sent to nny part of the United State, by L. BAKER, GULICK & CO. tnv II iSOUCK. For the further accommodation of the public, the de parture of the Firefly from New - York and Neuburch will be in tutuie n me K - iiowing days : Leave New York en Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, at 9 A.M. Leave Newburgh on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday at & A. M. Tb - above arrangement villconinieace by the Firulj leaving New - burgh on fcundaj, the 2 - lth May. The Western Stage leavet Newbureh imme diately after the arrival ofthe Firefly. mv ?i NOTICE. (t5 Steam Boat Olive Branch will sail every Sunday, at 1 1 o'clock round staten Island, and occasion ally, if Uie h lud and tide will permit, to tbe hook. This tieautiful tail will contribute both health and pleasure, and is at cheap a re creation as can be found. Parties who mean to partake of this amusement will, if convenient, liive in their names the day preceding, at the uffce in Marketlield street, north side ofthe Battery. Dinner on board, at the usual prices. Passage 8s children h - lf price. my 13tf A CONSTANT supply ol la dies Bearer Hats, fieshl'roro the ma - nuiactoiy, suitable lor the southern market, and packed at the hortett notice, ,t J WILSON'S, 160 Broadway. may 27 tp - w hea j o.n a - da - Vis, Fancy Chair Manufacturers, No. 153 Fulton - st oppotite St. Paul Church, oifer for sale, wholesale ami retail, a large and elegant at lor'inent of Curld Maple plain painted and ornament ed in gold tt hr"nre,bainboo, plain and bill Balls, noes ing, Sewing, and Conversation Chairs. Sofas, Settee Loungers, Music Stools, &c. Orders from anv Part ot" tbe continent exec ute: ith neatness and dirpatch. Old Chairs repaired, painted and ornamented my vj JVA.lf DnESSLYQ ROOM. AFRUMENTO, No. 1 Wall - street, Just re . turned from Italy, bas the honour to inform the gentlemen, that he cuts and dresses bair in the latest style, and in n max ner to at to adopt it to the pbisiognomy. He has for tale a quantity of RAZORS of the first quality, if they do not please on trial, the purchasers ale at liberty to return mem, and receive the money, lie lias likewise procured a very fine hone, aud engage to icstore razors to a very keenedge and should tnty not cut ne win receive no recompence. 1'hose gentlemen who may please to honor bin, with their patronage, may depend on the most particular and respecllul attendance. Frumi nto has lust received a few setts ol the celebrated Manguim False Back Razors, war ranted or Oamascus steel of a superior quality. Amateurs may thave themselves luxuriously. N. II. Gentlemen who subscribe by the quarter will hare their razors, Ac. kept exclu.ivelj for themselves. P. S. A cood tourncyman wanted. Annl as above. mh 6 tf 1J LET. A dry Cellar, under the houe No. 29 Hine - s'reet. Enquire of MR. SMEOF.S. my 11 tf 134 Pearl street. FOR SALE, O - ti Leasehold Froperfy. more valuable than rat tvlfat. 'rl'ht nlpaAnl tifitntprl lfAu nnrt Academy No. 29 White - street, between Broad - J way and Church - street, thirty yeart ofthe Lease un - expirrd ; all improvements to he paid for, by valuation at the expiration ofthe term Ground Kent thirty pounds per annum, for particulars enquire of George Pick, Cornelia - street, Green wich. Je2 tl St TO Lr. r. !fiJ A three - story brick bouse, orroite the park in Dnane, and next to the corner of IIuJ - son - streeL Enquire at No. S Greenwich - street. my 7 r ANDERSON, at hit mannfactory, 55 Mai - . den - lane, hat on hand a fine atmrtmt nt of srLC I AC LI. a, in gold, silver, plutcd, gilt, steel and tortoise shell frames, with convex, con cave, or green eyes. - lso, pebbles, goggles for wcu cjt, u'rr, ri - .iuins au magnrytr.g classes eye glasses set witb sold or silver for the short sighted, botanical glasses, licco prove rs, and ipeciatie cases ia a vanety. J. a cootinaet to maouiacture Canes in every variety, ana nat oa nand a very elegant assortment of tword and other Car t. mounted to suit every taste, wholesale and retail diKouut liber al to wboiesa'e dealers. (KT CANES and SPECTACLES made and repaired to order new glasnet fitted to old frame, and every attentioa pnid to those wbo J in o PPT ,0 !'aciei. zry ju Ira THE iOUA'D BOAT - LlVR. ' nyjf - lhe proprietors, with a '"t public, by extending tbe Ihie ai Norwich, intend making the experiment with tbe Fulton, Cant. Law, and this route (if found practicable) will be continued during the season. Thejine will in future be from New - York to Norwich, at follows : The Connecticut, Capt. Bunker, will leave New - York every Monday, Wednttdtiy and Friday, at 8 o'clock, in the morning, for New - Haven. Tbe Fulton, Capt Law, will leave A'orvtch at 6 o'clock in the morning of the tuice days, touch at JS'eio - London and depart from thence for JVtw - Haten at ii o'clock. The boats will meet nt JVeu Hat en, and depart from thence every Monday, n tdnu - rftfystd Eridai,;at 7 o'clock in Uie evening the Connecticut lor vV,c - iV)l, ahd tbe Fulton for eic - Isnuioii hntl jvoiuieh. - mh 17 BOAT NAUTILUS. The steam boat NAUT1 - lAls wnl hercr.ilrr run as follows, except n Sun - da)!. LICAVK NKtV - VORK, 5 o'clock in the foreman, At 0 uo no 11 do do 2 o'clock in the afternoon. 5 li do I.KAVE STATEN ISLAND, At 1 - 2 past 6 in the forenoon, 12 past 9 do 1 - 2 putt 12 in the afternoon 3 o'clock do 1 - 2 past 6 do ON SCNDAV8 LEAVB KAW - TOBIf, At 5 o'clock in the morning, 10 do do 1 o'clock in t!ie afternoon, 4 do do LCAVT STATKN ISLAND, At 8 o'clock in the forenoon, 1 - 2 past 1 1 o'clock do 1 - 2 jtast 2 o'clock ia the afternoon, 7 o'clock - do Passensers to lhe Narrows and Bath will, for tl:e present, be taken down on Sunday morning, the 5 o'clock boat, and be called fur about half past 5 o'clock in tbe evening. The fare to Staten Island will he25 cents, and to Batli aud the Narrows, 50 cents. Children hali price. I be NAUTILUS isaixw boat ofercat speed in fine order, with good accommodations ; aud is pri'pcllcd on the Livingrton and Fulton plan. un account ol ire pleasantness of her tonr, tne advantages of cca bathihi: at the places she vis its, the variety and beauty of the prospects they afford, the cheapness of the fare, and the excellence ofthe reire'lnicntt and accommodations on board, excur sions in the Nautilus lor pleasure or bueint, will be found expeditious, agreeable and healthful. At the is Titled for the transportation of Horses and Carriages, and the wharves and floats at New - York, Staten - Lland and the Horse - boat terry at the Murine Star, prepared for safe and commodious embarking and lauding travellers in the Pott Chiet, or in private car - rincet between Aevr - York and lluladeiphia. Trenton, Princeton, New Brunswick, or Wood - bridge, will fiad the route by the Nautilus and the Turnpikes across Staten - Island to New - Brunswick, Uie shortest, cheapest aud most pleasant that ran be selected. JOH.N DLr ORr.ST, Captain. Staten - Iiland, 27th Mav, llil8. ruyvyim NtvMuuKuu an - 1 iakapuaigu a nail - stalk - THRIR TIMES A WEEN. mjiy 3iiiii;.ijr, i uruj. , and Thursday morning, at three o'clock, runt through Montgomery, Bloominburgh, Motilkelio, by White Like, Cohcrton, Mount l'leaiant, Great Bend, Chenango Point, Owcga, llhicn, and Ge neva, toCanandaigua. Retu'inng leaves CannnJaicrua every Mon day, Wednesday and Friday murning at three clock, and arrives at Newburgh, the thud day in time to take the Steam - bouts which arrive in New - York the following morning. dj may be rxprcted that at all limnu licn the stram - boatt alter their dni,t of running, that this line will alter to at to meet them The whole route wdl be perfomed in three days, from the lir.t ef May, until the first of November and from the first ol ?ovember until the fifteenth of December, and from tlie fifteenth of March until the first of May, in four days and from the 15th Di cembcr, in. til the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York aii - 1 run from tbence to Canandarua in four days. Passengers travelling from New - Yovk to Can.mdaigiia, Niagara or lluS'alo, can leave N. York in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Canandaigua inthi cedars a distance of three hundred mili - s. 1 be line is well turnisliea with good, new carriages ; good horses, and careful and experienced drivers Every attention will be paid to render the passage ofthe traveller safe, easy and expeditious i and it i - believed that the accommodations on this line arc equal to any line in the state. (TJ FARE from Newburgli toCanandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLAKS. - X. It. A branch of the same line runs three timet a week from llharato Auburn. Also, a line runt from Owego Tioga Point, thcr.ce through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, ic. V BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey. Bloominchiirgh," E. C. St. John, Mount Fleatant, L. a R. Manning. Chenanzo. Lrropne - faultier, iiiiiua, i Samuel GreenlifT, Geneva, I Oliver Phelps, Laming, J mh 14 d6m - . i - i tors. WIlt'B. l, fcs leave to ui'uiiu (ii. public . tiiat he has iust received. rer brie Bac - chu, nnd hip George, from Ijondon, a general assortmrnt of articlesiiithe musical line, amongst which are some very elegant small Piano - Fortes, and a particularly elegant rose - wood grand cabi net Piano - Forte. Also the new invented Mitronome or patent eii - iinie oeaier, with a large assortment of new '"'C, which he offers lor sale wholesale or re tail, on the most reasonable termt. my 8 ff.VA'5 ASTI - B1LIOUS PILLS. U" IIIC11 have been attended with a degree of success highly grateful to the inventor's feeling, in several partt ofthe West Indies, and the Southern and Middle State, particularly in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Ac. The operation of these pills are perfectly mild, so as to be used by persout in every situation and of ctery ai;e. They are excellently adapted to carry of tu - perilous bile, and prevent its morbid secretions ; to re tore and amend the appetite ; to produce a free perspiration, and thereby prevent colds which are often of fatal consequent e A dose never fails to remove a cold, if taken oa its first apitearance. They are an infallible preventive oi Bilious and Malignant Fever, end should br procured for ue, by every seaman and traveller. Prepared and told at LEE'S Medicine Store, N 45 Maiden Lane. Druggist! and country ttote kwrwrs supplied on liberal term. my 18 WAN! to to hire, a white woman, ta do tlie Cooking tod II ue woik of a small family. Apply at No 6 Warren street., my 28 A b l EA.u am - - JBSkr - atW - ?7rT1 M I i - i tweentiiicitsthatdiu'er. .W4l DOCTOR, ofthj cily off.oridon.M' member of tlie faculty of p,wi, and surgery there, rieemi it LJ1 tjr to repeat tome onservaUons cb tie abuse of MERCURY." rash, indiscriminate, and oncwaJs. fied use thereof, tu.s been prodoc. tlVfl of mtinita iivht.r rnw sands am annnllv n,.. - i: ' .J,B - W' 7, - we bM in owes iu u W resultt chiefly to this source. VVnat a pUr" teat , young man, the hopes of his country P& the diirlin - pf h, parents, should be tntfcEed way from all the prospeclt and t - njoyrrt. 0f by tliecnwequencet of one ungxantedomeeL and by a duease not in its own nature fatal? IVl which on y provet so from neglect or LprooTr reatment." A fsentleman, (late Dr. rf'. Sa' tient) now perfect iy hearty and well, hnd be? under i hysiciaas of general practice, tiryear? nr Hflf ny,ttl'iVa,,d5 ,:cn'ommeadedt. Dr. 1J. (by a gent eman of Uiit city) hit bon were carious, and hit Ucsh dropping7rom tbenfi his fnetidt declared be could not ponibly ,ur.i two months longer. Thousanils exr.WnhuI! know with what ease and taictv Dr. It ... .7 cales the severest cases - and rnnfirm. ft,. tution. cr ssary I mercury .m,u,c, uuiring coniracted a nri. vate dtsortler, or tuspecting Intent poison, Vr. admonished not to tamjier wjtb their conltiti! tion, or conceal the disorder, till past reco,l ry ; others having the remains of an old catT or other irupuriliet of Uie blood, as well at oil. er conijdaintt of a delicate nature, in eilW sex. should remember posterity, and do iuttjti to Dr. H. at hit old and respectable estiC lisbment, No. 64 Water - street, fourboutet ofOld - tlip, Jo obtain that prompt MtLtaflre .. lone cakulated tb prevent disclosure. And tL? let me claim your serious attention R.JlJr a superficial cure is no cure at all ; nclest ii,T hi! incssit radically done, you will certainly fc lhe disorder break out n ;, . y cave 'UmillG t.nn.fAnn ... . . . the ttrcett miserable, mutilated beinn. wiif.JS ven a hit of note on their face ' Tak. beseech you. e wumng, Dr. H't. character for skill and stubborn toe - in ty being universally known in this city? tia i804, guarantee to patients that delirM - . orecy hitherto unknown, and having confined bis practice for years past, exclusively to the cure of diseases of tlie blood tvttcin. thev uiav - ,r, li culate on the most decided advantaires suiting Dr. H. cieett eradicated in tw or three wreki Stricturel removed wiUiout boueics or anv n'tK. er instrument ; and all debilities i likewise alt old ulceration?, fistula's Act . A plurality of offi; - ei are provided, and to tilt, .tetl that patientt are not exposed toeach other' ibst rvation. Open till half past 9 in the eveiiiwr. Ail persons com erned are invited to he free ia uidiisf, and speaking with Dr. If. which is . ofcosL And bere the Doctor cannot arai.1 ti xpression of gratitude for innumerable rerem. mend at ions, and for the decided preference (it it - piouuicu miujusi taure; long given nun by a ludiciout public. N. B. All letters must be post paid. i Dr. Buchanan. Aug 87 In JVA. 1 11 ER QUACK t.lit JVUK lMJfu's. DR. F. VANS' superiei method of curing a cer tain Dieeate, it now universally acknowledged in this city ; his mode of treatment it perfectly mild, tafe, ei ix.'uiuuui. ana un cnarg't iratnnable. !n every u; tance he warracta a cure, awl will return the pay ifU does not perform agreeable luiomrsct, Tbe strictest tecrecy always observed. There are many persons in this city end its vicinity, luboring under various chronic dieasta, sucli at cancers, old inveterate ulcers, scrofula or kings evil, fistulas, diseases of the urethra, bladder and kidnics, old complicated complaints of a certain nature, bilious and other obstructions, rheumatism, Ac. which they consider inct - hospitals ha Europe IS years, under tome of tbt Arst Surgeons and Physicians in tbe world, ant) made those obstinate diteaset hit constant study for 30 years. Oct It fT" Tbe subscriber having recently returned from England with an ituportaut improvement oa the artificial spring LEG, he takes this method of informing bis friends and the public, thsTt all those who are so unfortunate as to be In want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by p lying at Ao. 77 iSarclay - strert, Aew - York. Jau 92 VVM. PURVIS. HYDE - PARK INSTITUTION. SELECT and private Classical School It 2V established at Hide Park. Dutchesi coun ty, state of New - York, under tbe direction and instruction ol lit - .XJ ANl.i AM.hlv, L. L 1'. The iuttitutioti it designed to unite with It ctai - . ical aud English Education, the mode in languages. 9 'i - 1 i : i ... : i - ji. , . i lit: Ulfuaiuui cuiiisc win t.uuipriBB U1Q lavw ririxilr I ...... An..!.. . f 11.... n.l t' - M - niiu . , n u.iiqui. ilk. ii j nuu w - oraphy, Mythology, Roman and Grecian Atti uuities. .. .. t. ... ! L l ne i - .cgiitn course win comprise uxnia Grammer, Elocution, Elemontt of History, Rhetoric k. Geography, Penmanship, elementary and practical Mathematics, aud the outline! of Nat ural Philosophy. modern Languages will comprise tne I reoco, - panlsh and Italian. ... Moral and religious Instruction will be atten - led to. as youth is tbe most nroner time to in culcate and fix those principle! of virtue and pie ty, which ought to direct ana inuuence ine conduct of future life. The pupils of the Institution will be members ofthe Principal'! family, and under hit immedi ate care and government. Particular attention will be paid to their bk rail and manners. The government will he ttrict, but mild and parea - tal ut aim sna.i oe m give uauiis oi oruer man industry, and inspire a generous emulation. The institution will be furnished witb a Library, Maps, Globes, and select I'hiloscbical Apparatus, the use of whicb the pupils will he taught, and made familiar with the most important and striking experiments in Natural Philosophy. These will be considered at rewardi good conduct and attention to ttudy, and constitute one of the most interesting sources of a mutement and recreation. It it known from ex - nerience that much useful knowledge mat be thus incidentally communicated. The termt are three hundred dollars per annum, payable quarterly washing included. Classical ttudents who ttudy tlie modem Ian cuages, will be charged 10 dollart per quarter extra for the tame. - - . ' The students find their beds and bedding. 1 be number of students it limited. Gentlemen therefore who are ddirous of placing their sons in the institution, will please to make a early application. All letters relative to the institution. nwres - d to the tuhscribtr. Hyde Park PostOfSce, Dutches County N. Y. will promptly attended to. BENJAMIN ALLEN. The tummer term wil' commence on the swn, of Mav. myS5w" 1 " a li OMAN CEMENT. 60 casks Roman ce. meat, just recen ed nnd for sate ry my S3 131 Water - itreeL NEW - YORK : PR1STED AMU PUBLISHED - y - MICHAEL BVRXUAMk CO. SO. 49 WlLtlAM - STBEKT OfTOSIV . Bank CorrxE - Hoes . The Doctor's plan (advertising ITT to guard .the : public against the anuseTl . and other fatal H, (u.iiuia km 1 W1 m lAUT. - tfc Si rahlc, tuey can ccruumr w ureu i ip genera ll by applvin? at Dr.iVANS'S Medical Store, No. 9. ftck - siin. havine practised in eitAur

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