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ST. NUMBER 4991 FRIDAY, "JUNE 12, ; 1818. NO. 49 WILLIAM - STREET. ffl For SALE. ti verv fine brier ALONZO. Green, L.iff. 163 tons, i in excellent order. - - ' - .,t tn t a mall exnence. J CV Uv - w 1 . ,ion board at Governeurt - wharf, or to Apply0" p0TT & M'KINNE, , 99 56 South - street. For SALE, 1 - t.ahurthensomeBch: ANTELOPE. of 105 tons, lying at Jones - wharf. mr S9 56 South - street i - or Jtottvn and Portland, The sloop FAVORITE, Trow, mas - ylter will have immediate dispatch. for 'Jreight or passage, having spacious ac - .ommodations, apply fcwnjOT. ' 66 South - street. tar tRt.lOUT or CUd HTt:H, lK .4 very sgperior coppered SHIP, rao - Vf"mently expected from an ca'tora port, iTbaUMt, and ma proceed immediately tl - e - whtri for a ctrso. Apply to W G. G. & S. HOWLAND, x fmrtt or Charter. A HT UMM, ' 3 r - i KinuvilWft STAR - hue. I.i nn .... Linn R(V) hhl ill od vessel, and ready for a voyage, lies at Dover - street wharf. Apply to B. ft C. W. DAVENPORT Sc CO. my 28 AMSTERDAM. K The regular trading brig OHIO, E. V - 2iCarmant maiter ! nas Part of her carf 0 engaged, and will be dispatched without delay. Forfreightor passage, (having rery good accommodations,) apply to the master on board, at pier no. 5 north river, or to J. C. ZIMMERMAN, mT jy tf No - 77 Washington - st. "pLASTEROF PARIS MANUFACTORY, At the foot of Harrison - street, North - River. WHERE manufactured Platter, for cornice and other purposes, may be had, warranted of the first quality, at one dollar and Itccn - Tbe manufactory is conducted by Mr. John Tacker, who has served a regular apprentice - sbia to tbe mawn business. njTxl JOHN BYCRS. LEATHER. 55 sidus un - lressed upper Leather, for s!e ly I ANSOli Ci. PHELPS, Biy g9 1H3 Front - street. 50O Hl l. Lr.AD, He. iic. test London White Lead in oil 30 nun tic L'rj vv Kite L.eaa 8 torn Red i .cad 30 barrels Brstol Red O tire 20 lo Venetian Red ; t tons line Litharge U0 bosfiliesds Whitir; 60 casks Patis White ; 2 hhds. Verdigris 50 tierces r return Yellow Ochre 5 kcgi Vermillion 4 casks Piu .o P!ue, 40rlt. Crome Yellow: Patent Yillow Spanish Brown, a Venetian Red, I Yellow, Vis oil. Black, Verdigris, J LampomcK ; Ivory Biack x Purple Drown Spirits l'utpeutin? ; LintseedOil 400 boxes Window GUm, assorted For sale on the lowest terms, for each or at short credit, by " PETER SCHERMERHORN It SONS, m.i t43 Water - street. D LYNCH, un.(atNo. 40 William - street,; . has on hand the followin; WINES and LIQUORS, selected with judgment by himself, which bs offers at wholesale and retail, war - rnnttd pure, m imported - Stiff I Madeira, from 3 to 13 lOObhds years in wood. 40 qr casks ) Old Madeira, in bottle, from S to CO years Champa! - ne, Burgundy, Claret and Sauterne, of very superior qa"Uity 7 pipes dry Lubon, 7 years old 7 do Sherry, nine years old, and fret from Boracha taste Port, in pipes and bottles Table wine, for its quality, the cheapest in America Teneruls, in hhds. Old Brandy, do. Rum, do. Gin, not reduced 600 demijohns, containing five gallons each 50 groce wine bottles N. B. Those iu the trade, and country deal - en, will find it to their ao v.unt, to supply them - sdvts with wiccs and liquors at the above uta - baibai - mt, e' ihy trill be rertiiu to oHaiu articles oliu lint quality, at the lowest price, ani pare as imported. my 9 2m TO UK LKASKD, " ON favorable terms, for a long term of years, 4 lots of ruud on Broadway, 200 tret .deep, extending to Crosby - ttreet, between Hes ter and Urand - strcet. S lots in Wa'er - street, near Catharine - market. 1 lot in Water - street, between Fulton atid BarlioEtUpj. Alto, several other lots in the 5th, 6th, 8th and 10th wards. For particulars, enquire at o. JU, OUa'P.atu street. may a TTAVANA SUGAR. TALLOW, tc. XI 60 boxes arown Havana Sugar, entitled to nrawuacit. 130 cerootis South American Tallow 54 boxes Roll Brimstone, and 13 cases Tumblers. Landin ' and for sale hy . JAMES D'WOLF. Junr. my IS 64 South street T ICHMOND FLOUR. & TOBACCO - 250 M bbls superfine flour, HaialPs brands 435 do do do country do 66 do fine do do do 1 do X middlings 63 hhds prime old and new tobacco 4 do do new tobacco, fit for manufac turers tor sale by W. & S. CRAIG, may 39 84 Front - street, pOPPER BOTTOMS. Ac 2000 lbs. Cop - v per Bottoms, suio ay inches 60 casks Wrought Nails, Eng. and Am. m 6 bales Italian Paper 000 lbs. Londuo Seine Twine, for sale by CEBRA & CUMLSG, wvtl 76 Pearl - street. MO.VEY TO LOAN ON MORlUAliE. 4 - 1 II III DOLLARS are to be had on anin - vlvfcemhered property in the city. n - Stock and Exchange Broker, my 88 tf No. C8 William street WINE 50 cases Claret Wine, containing 1 dozen each, 16 do do 3 doien each, of PDwtb of Branne Monton, vintage 1810, re - wived per brig South America, from Bordeaux, w for sale by . AG RACIE SONS. Jy 28 SUGAR ft RUM. - 6 hhds. Muscovado Sugar 5 hsgs Havana brown do A puncheons Antifrua Rem, for tale by t.. GOODHUE ft CO. 44 8outh - treet. rjTTON, DEEK feKINS ft GUM ILLEM1. i , bV Pfime Upland Cotton ii do Deer Skins, and J) "savJl ALLET, 93 Tiaeit ' HARDWARE, CUTLERY fcct casks Scotch spring Locks S casks plate Locks, 1 do Steelyards 1 do cheat handles, tic. 1 do screw plates, scale beams, lec 1 do brass cocks, tic. 1 do bell metal kettles and skillet 2 do tin'd pots and sauce pans 2 do fine padlocks 4 do Banbury locks, hinges, Sic. 2 do hammers, pincers, locks, &c. 2 do HL hinges, &c. 4 do anvils 1 do hammers and sledges 2 do black & bright vices, 2 do files 4 do pocket, pen and double blade knives 4 do sham buck and bone table knives 3 do buttons 100 do cut nails and brads, from 3.1. to COd. Also, a large and general asiortment of goods open on the ihol ves, for sale at the most reduced prices, by ADAMS & BLACKVVELL, may 7 815 Pcarl - sL TubJiCLO M.lAUfAC'JVliY. fin HE Subscribers beg leave to acquaint their . Ji friends and tbe public, that thev have re. moved their Tobacco Manufactory into their ure - prpof atore, No. C2 Water - street, where they intend carrying on the business on an exten sive scale they ha. on hand a large supply of Pigtail rolls, made of best Richmond tobacco Sweet scented N. Head Ladies' twist Long cut chewing, iu 1, 4, 8, and 16 ounce papers do smokiuor da Macuba snuff, in jars and bottles, by wholesale ana retail Scented Ruppee, do do Strasburgmuff do ' do French rappee di do Plain fine do do do Scotch snuff in bottles and bladders Spanish se?ari, made of choice tobacco im ported i years ajj.and warranted genuine ISew - Urlcart do. American do. Orders from the couatry will be punctually and carefully attended to. uiay9 lm I. NAAR St SON. I AMK1) O' WOLF, Junr. iia rrmovtd from 57 t lont - strcet to 54 South - street, and otters for sslc 52 crrnons south American Tallow 25 tors clean St. Petersburg!! Hemp, few iir.iis nrst quality uussia uuck; uer mho teel in boxes, entitled to draw 1'htC 16000 lbs. Green Coffee do 25 boxes China table setts 172 pieces each iu niius nure pllt 1 case Platillas. nay 5 PA I, Nib. OIL, Aic. tc 60 hhds. Paris White and Whiting CO bbls. Spanish Brown 20 do Yellow Ochre 16 casks Venetian Red 10 tons dry and ground While Lead 2 do Red Lead 6C0 lb. Prussian Blue 2000 lb. Blue Vitriol ; 3000 lb. Oil do 10 hhds. Copperas t 5 do Pumke Stone 1000 10s. Gum Copal ; 1500 do doSliellac 100 bbls. Ground Camwood 20 do do Logwood and Nicaragua 500 d do Tumeric 5 tons St. Domingo Lozwood 2 do Large Nicaragua t 2 do Red Wood 30 boxes Eastern Mould Candles Linsc - ed, spermaceti and seats foot Oil Black and Bnht Varnish 2500 feet 8 by 10 Glass 1500 do 7 by 9 do for sale by RIPLEY U WELD, my 14 192 Front, corner of Fulton - st. WAM r.Lt, icveral vouugLAOIfca us ap prentices to the MANTUAMAKiNG - BUSINESS. Eoquiro of MISS MARSHALL, my 14 - tf No. 7 Ccdar - strect. GUN.Y BAGS, in bales or otherwue,ol good quality, for sale by CEBRA s CU.MIm, Je 1 76 Pearl - street - k C. NICHOLS. No. 132 Pearl - street, have . now for sale 2 cases white and striped Marseilles Quilting 1 do white and striped Jeuns 2 do black Sinchews and black Sarsncts do coloured Canton Crapes do fine blacz r reach do do black and awrted sewing Silk do assorted Kid Gloves do of rotas aud women's silk do do 4 - 4 and 6 - 4 Cambric Muslin 3 do 4 - 4 and 6 - 4 Book do 2 do Jaconet do 2 do plain nnd seeded Mull do 2 do 5 - 4 Irish Sheeting I do Linen Diaper 3 do 4 - 4 Lish Linens, 1 do 7 - 8 lon Lawn fine 2 do brown do 2 du Cotton Datillas 3 do striped and Carlisle Gingham 3 do Madrass and Naval Victory ildkfs. 2 do luiltttiun, Merino, i. Damask Shawls 3 trunks Plate and superfine Calico 3 do Furniture Chiuts 2 bales black and assorted Oomha setts 2 do black and blue Broad Cloths 8 do red and white Flannel. Je23w M OLASSF.S. A quantity of Molasses, landing at Pier 11, for sale by J03.OSB0RN, Je 4 28 South - street. riEA, TIN PLATE, BLOCK TIN, &c. kc. X 40 chests hvson skin tea 100 boxes Tin Plate, assorted 10000 lbs. India block tin 8000 lbs. Spanish do titlOO lbs. iron wire 100 tierces prime new rice 50 bbls. cider brandy. - For sate by ANSON G. PHELPS, my 16 183 Front street. M' OFFAT rs STOCK ALE For sale at No. 20 Fulton - st. by my 22 3w ELLIS ft FLECKNER. OTTON. 160 bales prime Upland Cottoo, landing this day at Brooklyn, from sloops X ankee and Good Intent In Slort. 153 bales Upland Cottoo 4 do Sea Island do. For sale by HENRY THOMAS, Je 3 lOt No. 2 Jooes - lane. rVMff.Plt 1K3, TiLdCK - CHALYS, c X 200 boxes tin plates 28 casks Traces Brass Wire No. 9 60 casks Roman Cement, now landing, and (or sale by AN DERSON ft SI I EAREU, 131 Water - street. JFAo hart in tlore, . , Patent and common Carolina and irginia Hoes Sheet Brass of all sixes Brass and copper Wire London made pocket Books and Wallets Ladies work Boxes fcc. ? ,J . SCYTHES. X) dosea, for sale by J. D3 WOLF, Jr. ny 14 54 South - strer t TOBACCO, HIDES and FLOUR - U hhds Kentucky Tobacco, landing trom the ship Mary, from New Orleans 153 salted Hides, landing from the schr Rising Sun, from Pernarabuco t AH D;kMnii(irtnnr 20 hhds. old, and 40 do lew Richmond To bacco, lor sale oy . ROBERT GILLESPIE, ny f3 112 FmotslreeL iiDiDTi srrr iviITRl.S' RR.OWN H STOUT - 80 casks, selected by a friend im Xondoa. sioerior to ant in this market, lor J 1 ! No. 40 William street. KENTUCKY TOBACCO - r - 14 hhds prime Kentucky Tobacco, landing from schr. Fenelon, west side Burling (lip, for sale at 63 Washington - it. CHAS. L. OGOEN ft . my2T ABR. OGDEN. " NURSE WANTED. ' A RESPECTABLE middle aged woman is wanted as an attendant and nurse to a sick lady. Apply at my V II no. 45 Rose street. , LOSi, ON Saturday, n hundred dollar bill of the U. S. Branch Bank of Savannah Fifteen dol lars reward will be paid to the finder on his leaving it at this omce. June 1 MILLLME'l'i S. 6U0 ps white AWIinetts, well bleach'd and in good order, iost re ceived, and for sale low, by WILLJAM CAMPBELL, Manufacturer, J2 107 Pearl - s'reet, (upstairs.) j DUJUKHTIC i'OrJV GOUDH. i EVER A L cases of bleached and unbleached tsJ cotton shirtings and sheetings - of an exectr lent quality, with other domestic goods, just re ccivea aad lor sale on reasonable terms, by " - WILLIAM CAMPBELL, Manufacturer, 197 Pearl - street, up stairs. Also, a quantity or Killinetts. June 8 SUPER COM PAN V FLAG IlDKr'S. . Elegant patterns, lor rale by my 30 MARCH tz LOW, 210 Broadway. A LKXAMlKIA FLOUR 40 barrels, tuf :V sale by ROBERT GILLESPIE, Je 5 112 Front - street DliAiVKs, Law Mookseller nnd Stalioner, . has reinored his store from Wall and Broad streets to the corner of Nassau It Spruce streets, where will be found the greatest variety of law in the s ate. For particular!, see list of New Law Books, published in the Evci.inz Post and Columbian. Also, a gt. eral supply of the most approved iSw tsianas, oa une pajer ana hanasomeiy exe cuted. Printing and bookbinding, in ull its branches, neatly and promptly executed, on the most libe ral terms. Jeozw PV. LEDKaKU ft CO. No. Il4 Peari - st. havi on I' and an trstensivc rnd complete as - sortruoi l nuiuwart, cousiiuiigoi Wa..irca's f liiiie grass and corn scythes Steelyards ; trace chains Carolina hoes ; fine guns ; anvils Vices ; fr - ing pans Straw auJ hay knives p!;Li.w.r, bMd Mdi English shovels ; patent plane irons Adze, chitsels, poults Patent pot cotfee mills Files, rasps, hinsres ; screws, hammers Iron, brass acd plated candlesticks Plated cruets Brass and class cabinet fumiture l.ocks ol Hi i kinds Mortice locks, wish glass knobs Cu'l'iiy of all kinds, in great variety 8p nil), buttons spectacles. Chains, teals, keys, ftc. Also, a verv handsome assortment of firth webbine. common and plated saddlers, pat Ocu larly calculated for the southern market. i ii i. i . - ii inr biiuvc are iriiici(i3iiy ncwuvup, uuu win be sold in Quantities to suit purchasers, ootlie most reasonable terms. Je5tf SHEETINGS and tjHIRTlNGS Several c - ses of bleached and unblearhM Cetton Sheet ings and Shirtings, with other domestic goods, lust received and for sale by : WILLIAM CAMPBELL, Maauracturer, . No. 197 Pearl street, comer of Maiden - lane. Also, an assortment of MiUinetts. - - Je5 PROSPEC'JUS for rrcLisnmo by scbbcriptiov A MAP OK MEXICO AND LOUISIANA. riMIE puUication of this Map has been under - x fatten witn the impression, tnai u win ex hibit information, highly interesting at this eventful crisis , aad the valuable Maps which the author has procured, during his several tours through Mexico, in tbe years 1806, 1807, 1812, 181 J, 1815. 1816. and lo!7. icduce him to beleive that the Map, with even all its imperfections, will be much tbe most penect which lias appeared De - fore tht - public. This Mr.n xri'l contain the latest and best in formation iron, the dticcveries ami possessions of the American. Sf&niiS, Rosaia'.i, British and r reucu travellers ana Kavi".'irs ana rrprescn - tins the claims of thtir re - rc 'ive eoveruments on the North westei rast cf Anierica. The Map wi!i icli.': - : tbnt portim nf North America, which lies between thi Isthmus cf Da - rien, and tl.e4bth deie v! North Latitude, and from tbe Mississippi Kiver westwardly to the Pacific Ocean. In size the Map will be about six by five feet, and will be prelected on a scale of 40 miles to the inch, to be delivered to the subscriber; at fif teen dlaracb. Natchts. March?, 1818. ap7tAu1 MLiu Ijmi:i ' e o. o, o, ana in vvaras; many of which are on regul.t'rd and psved streets. No money will be required under ten years, u sold, intuest excepted. HOUSES. Several two and three story homes, on which a ere at part of the money remain on mortgage. An excellent staud for o;isiness, with ten acres or land, pleasantly si'uted, with a wharf, storehouse and barn. COTTON and WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - Haven, with 40 acres of land, and a never failing stream, upon which 20 mills may be erected, with a sufliciency of water for each. Apply at No. 2 Greenwich - street. JanlJtf MONT - ALTA. For sale or to lit, the beautiful place called Mont - Alta, seven miles from the City Hall, on the North River, adjoining lord Lour - tenay's. It contains SO acres ol laud under improvement, with a !:trge garden in good con.li - tion, a variety of fruit trees, and every conve nience a family may require. For terms, which are reasonable, and u tola a loug credit given it wished, apply to N. ft D. TALCOTT, ap 20 64 South - st. VOX. i.iLi., (Or exchanged for property in this city) A neat country house U the vicinity of Eli - zabclh - town, (N. J.) beautifully situated on the post - road : at present in the occupation of Doct. Grant It contains eight rooms with a piazza in front and rear, a eood kitchen, wash - house, milk - room, and celler, there is also, a coaclt - house, stable fur two horses, and other convenient out buildings, all in good repair, sbout an acre of land, laid out in a handsome garden and orchard, which afford a variety of choice fruit, asparagus, sc. ana a wen ot ex cellent water, with a pump, terms will De made liberal. . Apply to JACKSON ft WOOLLEY, Je 1 1m 75 Wall street. MILLINERY, fcc. JOHN WINTR1NGHAM, Milliner, No. 125 Williara - rt. rcipectfully informs his friends and the merchants in Rei.trai, mat ne nss moved from No. 117 William - street, to tbe above No. where he CRIMPS Satin, Muslins, Ribbons, Crapes, fic. at (he shortest notice and lowest prices. Also, Fancy, Lace, Sattin, and Crape Trimmings. He has constantly on hanl, split straw, and Leghorn bats, turbans, turban Croats, collects, ice One case superfine white chips, just imported and for sale by the dozen or single t Store Bio. 117 YYiiiiam - straitoist,aoa DOUBLE GLOSTER CHEESE. A small Parcel Of tile Verv heit nnalitv. imt muia. ed, and for tate by . . ANDERSON ft tHEARER, J8' at 131 Water - street COTTON. 100 bales prime Upland Cotton, lafttflnz from sloon Sarah Porter, at Rronk. lyn, for salo by KETCH UM ft WEED, iw 6 South - street CORN MEAL. - 75 finds, and 50 bbls. bright yellow Corn meal, of a verv aunerior ouali. ty, for sale by TUCKER LAUR1E3, 'en t9 South - street. rpAR. ftc 300 bbls Tar, and 1 do Beeswax L afloat and for sal by R. 4c C. W. DAVENPORT& CO. my 30 PRIME UEKF. tOO barrels, for sain by CAMBRELENG ft PEARSON, Je 9 '67 South street PUBLIC SALE OK CHINA GOODS. (XN Tuesday, the 16th June, at 10 o'clock in w me forenoon, will he sold at the auction store of the subscribers. No. 61 North Front - it. Philadelphia, (terms at sale) the following goods; vu nan enem young Dyson iea 35 quarter t bests do do 140 ten catty boxes do do 36 quarter chests hyson tea 20 ouartrr chests gunpowder tea 50 25 - catty boxes souchong tea 50 25 - catty boxes pourhong tea 155 quarter chests i ol: t M) half quarter chests 1Iv,0D Skin Tca 10 quarter chests , , 20 Half quarter chests ,nBPenal T CHINA WARE, CASSIA, NANKINS, Ac 20 boxes evening cups and saucers 180 boxes tea setts. 48 and 49 pieces each 30 boxes blue and white plates, fiat and deep 110 tiunaies ol tsoor matnns 1980 bundles, about 6500 lbs. cassia 400 nieces blue Nackins 1600 pieces of long yellow Nankins.of Mammee chop. The above goods were imported this spring, in the ship Rosalie, capt. Marry, from Canton. The Teas are principally Eihiog, Namshing, and Kingium'S chops. JENNINGS, JONES ft CO. Je5dtJel6 Auctioneers. NO I ICE, rTILFORD t OWEGO ROAD LOTTE - IV 1 RY. The future drawings will be as fol lows 8l!i day, first drawn number f 500, June 9 9lh do do do 1000 do 12 10th do do do 500 do 17 Uth do do do 35,000 do 24 12th do do do 600 do 26 13th do do do 1,000 do 29 14h do do do 600 July 1 15th do do do 70,000 do 10 16th do do do 500 do 13 Remniniiie; 4 drawings in succession. CHAKLES KIN SLY, 1 D.STUART. Managers. JOHN LYNN, Milfnrd and Oeego Road Lottery. A few Tickets remaining on hand, for sale by ISAAC G. OGDEN, Je61w 48 Wall - street. STOP IHLM. THE public are cautioned against purchasing five tickets in the Medical Science lat tery, 5th class, of the fbllowinz numbers, iz 12,011, 12,012, 12,013, 12,014 and 12,015, as they have absented themselves without leave I rem toe olnce of tbe sobsenner. . Arranesuneats have been made with the man - a eers to stop the payment of any prize which other of Ukus may draw, a suitanie reward will be given for their recovery. WAJ.SJWTTH, June 9 170 Broadway. TO BUILDERS. Or those who may wish to erect three elegant buildings or lactones. r OTS, 77 feet by 80, more or less, with the JJ buildinss thereon, in the centre of Vesev - st. can De purchased separate or togctner. illiSU. An elceant LOT. with the BuilJinzs thereon, 11 Bowery, 42 by 125, more or less, near Chat ham - street the w hole on accommodating terms Apply at 33 Chatham Row, near Beckmun - st The advertiser has three small mort?scs to dispose of, one of $3,000, one of $1000, one of $isuu, an in tnis city. . j v AOVV OR NEVEK. S the time for the purchase of re ticket in tbe 1 Mih'ord ft Owego Road Lottery. There are but verr few tickets now for sale j the drawing it nearly half over, and the capital prize of 70, 000 and 35,000 dolls, are yet to be drawn, besides several others of considerable amount Thns'i vrho have drawn sm - ill prizes will do well to renew them immediately, or they may be deprived of the chance of tl.e above capital p ires. A few whole, halves, quarters, eighths and sixteenths, warranted undrawn, all for sale at the Tmlv Fortunate Office of G. & R. WA1TE, Mo. 54 Maiden - lane, where cash is advanced for prizes as soon as drawn. Je 9 fMlE Raleidoscope, a philosophical amuse - L racnt lor youne people, invented by Dr. Brewster, of Edinburgh, for sale at the Minerva Oircuinting binrary aud book ana stationary Store, 265 Broadway, opposite the museum. Je 100,000 Dollars highest prize in the Grand New - York State Lottery. MEDICAL SCIENCE No. S. TO commence drawing on the first Tuesday in August next, (7 weeks from next Tuesday.) splendid scheme. 1 prize ot$ 1 00,000, I 1 prize off 50.000, 1 do 20,000, ) 1 do 10,000, 1 do 6,000, 1 2 do 2,000, And 45 of $1,000. Besides a treat proportion of smaller prizes, none kss than 30 dollars. Ticket, also. Halves. Quarters, Eighths, and Sixteenths, in a variety of numbers for sale at the present price of $26, at AB.VJ. r. BllUY.tVD, Lottery and Exchange Office No. 27 Maiden - lane, corner of Nassau - street. Uncurrent Banknotes and rrize I icaets in former Lotteries and in the Milford Road Lottery, now drawing, taken in payment. je y iw Slate of JSca i ork, t. N pursuance of a decretal order of the hooora J bSe the court ol chancery of this state, bear ing date the filth day of June, 1C in, will besold at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, irrthe city of N. York, under the direction of the subscriber, one of the masters of the saidcourt, on the 3l day of July next, at 12 o'clock at noon, all that certain dwr l.ing house and lot of ground situate, lying and being in the city of New York, aad which in a certain indenture made the se cond day of February, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and nine, between KichaM Hartihorne, John litus, William H arts - home, Thomas Ustick, James Onderdonk, Mary litus, vviiham Usticlr, Jane Hartihorne and Deborah Onderdoa!t, of the first part, and Ed round Elmecdorf, of the scond part, is described ss follows, to wit : All that certain dwelling; house and lot of ground, situate, lying and being in the second ward of the city of New York, and known and distinrushed bv the number sixty nine William street ; which' laid lot is bounded in front by William street, on tbe northwest side by tbe house and lot or ground now or formerly the property of David Johnson, on the southeast tine or uie noose ani mi now or ionut"j ol Peter Bogart j containing in breadth in front twenty five lect, in tbe rear twenty eijht fest ; in oepm on tne soum eess a mtuij. i i u tunnfh tarrntv uv - en fret four and a half inches, be tbe same more or leu; together with all and siagular the hereditaments and appurtenances to tbe same belonging oris any wise appertaining. Dated New York, June 9, 1818. - . ... . . P. O. IULUiU. ru, mar - :rini.Bancery Jc dts FRESH LONDON MUSTARD, &C - 65 boles first Quality Loudon Mustard, in white glass quarter pound bottles of six dozen each, just lauded from ship Ann Maria ; and, Powcbone Tea, of a remarkably fine quality, and of a delicious flavour, put up in Canton, in i - a id. papers, ror sale ( retain ay AIKJLN ft WILSON, J une 5 lot 82 Front street. A PATENTED INVENTION, For the convenience and comfort or ladies. IT is well known by all ladies that their cloak pins, fas thev are called! alias curtain Pins. particularly larse ones, in a verv short time. from tbe weight of the curtain, and from other causes, wear so large a hole in the wood in wmcn uiey are inserted mat they become lease, insomuch that thev droop and look ill. and more over oftentimes drop onC To prevent this ef - lectuaiiy, a person has invented that which will prevent the inconvenience alluded to t and any lady, or ertn a genftin, can be convinced of tne lact by applying at No. 2 Uey street, where the invention is to be seen : the ex pen so is a mere trifle, and cloak pins already in use can, and will vtt reanny altered to the propose elan. .Wry 19 3w '' Tj' 1"' to hk ,:'W; - ' - INHABITANTS OF WEW - YCRK, Asm rrs vicibitt. - WM. BRYAN, Dyer. &. from London, gratefully acknowledges the liberal encouragement he has received, from his friends ami the public, since his arrival from England. Anxious to merit a continuation of their patron age aud support, be has taken those extensive premises Nos.37 and 39 Spruce - street (late Lit tie George - street,) where he has at considerable expense created machinery and every cooven ience to ensure their future favours. Piece Goods dy'd any fancy color and flnithed in superior style; Ladies dresses, silk, sattin, velvet, damask, moreen, crape, veils, shawls, mantles, pelisses, bombaztens, &c. cleaned and dy'd any fancy pattern, chip, straw, ana legnorn uonnets aya. Black, fur mourning?, on shortest notice : mo reen furnitures clean'd, dy'd and water - marked ; not - pressing, kc. my i lm GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. rpjIE Preiiderit and Director give notice, JL that a dividend of four per rent on the capital stock of the company for the last sit months, will he paid to the Stockholders at their Office, No. 65 Wall - street, on and after the lit dav of Jene next. The 1 ransfcr book will be closed on the 21st instant By order of the board of Direc tors. RICHARD DVSS, Junr. my 14 dim SecVy. JTtJtVfJiJiV 4 AM JU MLf'M M f PRACTICAL TREATISEonPERSPEC u r. j K i ii tiju.' r v A T1VE, adopted for those who practice landscepe paintw e or drawing from nature. 'ing irons nature. OGRAPH, for tak Also, i tit rco i ou ing views. vvethe nnuersigned artists, resident at new - York, havineinsoeclcd Busby's nersnectoeraph. are of opiiii m. that it is an ineeuious. useful and convenient intention, that will materially assist all persons desirous or making accurate perspective viewi from nature. JNO. TRUMBULL, AB. ROBERTSON, SAMUEL L. WALDO, JOHN RUBENS SMITH, WILLIAM DUNLAP, J. H. JARVI3. The above works are for ale by J. LAMBERT, Je3 1m 3 Coortlandt street. Smtlktm Outrtctof jtic - l'ork, it. k B' E it remembered, that on the twenty ninth day of Aazust, in tht forty second year of . tne independence oi trie umtea ctaiet L. 8.5 cf America, Daniel U. Arden, of the wv - ' said district hath deposited in this office the tide of a book, the right whereof he claims as proprietor, in the words and figures lol lowing, to wit ; Reading made easy ; or, a new guide to spelling and reading ; in four parts. 1st, contain ing various alphabets, and nearly two hundred aliening and reading lessons, by regular jrrada - , . . . L - . . I I. ijuiiv, iruui me uui chj u me uiuicun, anil iu which the words are divided nnd accented, ac cording to the purest pronunciation. 2d, a voca bulary of words, nearly alike in sound, hut dif ferent in spelling and signification. 3d, lessons in reading and recitinj. 4th, outlines of geo graphy; a sketch of grammar ; abbreviations ; arithmetical tables : and prayers for the us or schools. 1 he whole rendered pleasing and im pressive by neat and appropriate cuts. By Wil iam Little, A. M. In conformity to the act of congress of the Uni ted States, entitled " an act for the encourage ment of learning, by securing the copies of maps, charts and books to tbe authors and proprietors of such copies, during the times therein mentioned," and also to an act entitled " an act supple mentary to an act, entitled, an act for tne encouragement of learning, by securing the copies of maps, charts and books to the authors nnd proprietors of lucfl copies, during the times therein mentioned, and extending the bench's thereol to Uie arts of designing, engraving and etching his torical and other prints. Kuui - .m rirvi. Clerk of tbe southern district of New York. Je8d4w t fii Between four and five hundred acres together with two dwelling houss, of land. and sundry out - houses, a saw - mill, and two or three fine mill - seats, suitable for any description of fnctorie: all compactly situated, in the town of Canaan, in the county of Columbia, in this state, and about 22 miles distant, from both Albany and Hudson. 1 he land, for the most part is of prime quality, nnd in good cultivation, and will be sold in divisions tn suit purchasers. The water - privileges are such as cannot often be met with, and worthy the attention of manufacturers. The greater part of the purchase money may remain on mortgage severs! years, if desired, or property in this city of New - York would be accepted iu exchange, as the premises, in part at least, are to be disposed of AT AI.T. xvkists, they will be told on vxrt reasoha - BLR terms. Enquire of II. w. WAKAKil, new York, or JASON WARNER, on the pt euiisea. ap4DACIaw3m DENTISTRY. ZERAH HAW LEY, Surgeon Dentist, has removed his office Irom 321 Pearl street, to 91 Nasian street, where he will extract, clean and file teeth. He also sets artificial teeth in tbe roost approved manner, and if application is made to mm in proper season, ne win prevent me irregular growth or the secood set oi teem, er remove any eiisting irregularity. He will ouly add tbe lollowing recommendation. WROSS IT MAT CORCRRir: iff Thii rrtirW that Doctor Zerah Haw ley is a regular bred physician, aud in good standing with his brethren in this place, that he ha paid particularatteniioa to ine arx oi w - y - TISTRY, has studied tbe best European works on the subject, and has given very good satisfaction in this branch to his customers, who are persons of the first respectabi lity in this city. We therefore, wilh entire confidence, recommend Dr. Hawiey to the citizens of New - York, as a Dentist , ' fiEneasMunson,) Profs of the New - Haven, ).athaabuilu, f medical insti - an. 22, 1818. J Eli Ives. rtution, Yak (Jona. Knight, ) College. Je8 1w AYOUNu L.AU x, wishes a situation as guv - irnML in a Private family i to n into tbe country, would be preferable. For fus thrr information, please t enquire at No, 36 Vandewater - ttreet, where the most satisfac tory references, may be obtained, ... je 8 Iw" TO LET, A pleasant back room, at no. 58 Wall street, suitable for a lawyer's office. Posstssion unmeeialely. Apply .in tbt front olnco. J4 ftT - Tbe new FERRY BOATS from tbe? foot of Walnut street, New York, to the foot or Jut - tie street, Brooklyn, near the Navv Yard, wilf commence running on Sunday, the l7thiBst rersons crossing to Brooklyn Irom the upper part of the city, will find the distance oiuc'h shortened by using this ferry. my 14 TONTINE COFFEE HOUSE, fr7" The committee for manasii.it tbe affairs of tbe Tontine Coffee House, gi vt notice, that a Dividend of Seventeen Dollars por share far the year ending the 1st inst. will be paid trw pro - prietors on or after the 19th inst at 24 Broad - street, my 1J lm NOTICE. V7 - The Rising Sun Sail Boats, Nonpariel. andlndustry, from the Elizabeth - town Point for New - York, sails from Markttneld - itrect, (where the Steam boat Atalanta formerly came to.) at 10 o'clock, of each day. Passage 12 1 - 2 cents. EoQuire at the Steam - boat Hoteil. of VANDERPOOL& PHILLIPS. my 21 tf ft' The bank noUs of all the banks between this city and Albany received at onr office at a discount of 3 - 4 per cent, in sums over f 50. - LIVINGSTON ft TRACY, X9 WaU - st. Tbe highest price given for Dollars. may xl Merchant' Jiai.k Dividend trY Notice is hereby riven to the Stockhol ders of the Merchant's Bank, that a Dividend of four per cent, ortwodollaia on each share tor six months, trom the hrst or December last, will be paid at the Bank en Monday, tht first of Jui.e next By order of the Bowdof Directors; my 29 lm G. D. VJIOOM, Cash'r. vmox WSURAXCE COMP.Wr, Office No. 66 Wall - street, . fXT Will receive applications for marine risks, and for insurance on lives, annuities, Ice. between the hours of 10 A. M. and 3 P. M. daily, SAMUEL A. LAWRENCE, president. WM. J. VAN WAGENEN, lecretary. DIRECTORS. John Oolhout James Boonnan Isaac G. Pearson, jr. Hrnry Major Henry Thomas Samuel A. Lawrence Charles King Robert Beioo, jun. James Boyd, jun. Balthazer P. Melick Joha Richaud Charles Rhind James Renwick P. Schernurhorn, Jua, John Jones Joseph Smith ' James Strong my 19 lm i'riENIX BANK. . 03 An election for fourteen Directors of this Bank will be held at the Banking House, on Tuesday, the 7th July next, between 11 and 1 o'clock. The transfer Books will be closed on the 25th instant and willlcontinue closed antil af ter the election. By order of the Hoard of Di rtrtors, D. I. GREENE, Cashier. je o y 7 (O Joun Proctor, Juts. 106 Liberty - street, offers liberal anticipations on property consign ed to his friends in the Mediterranean, for further particulars, apply as abpve, or to AHKAIt AM HELL , , Je6tf comcrofClitTftFulton - U. NOTICE. ffr - TllOS. and JOHN FLAWRF.NCt: have taken into copartnership THOMAS G. CASEY. . They will conduct business undue, M firm of T. J. F. LAWRENCE sc CO. New York, 6th June, 1818. Je 6 Iw A CARli. . Cr The proprietor of tht Salt Water Balh, - offers an apology to the public for the disappointment In not fulfilling, as contemplated, tht opening the Marine rjwimmtng Bath at the Battery on Saturday last, nndjolorms them, that it will certainly open during this week, and shall be noticed when at her station. J one 8 NOTICE, HERMAN THORN and JOHN B PEN DLETON bavins - formed a partnership, will conduct their business under the firm of Thorn ft Pendleton, at 56 Stone - street. HERMAN THORN, June 8 lw JOHN B. PENDLETON, Htntt ofJVnc - 1 ork, ComptroUerU I'tikt. fVr PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the holders of tbe six and seven per cent stock of this state, that the whole of the said stock, with the exception of the six per cent stock. created by the act, entitled " an act respecting navigable communicaiion oeiween uhs (teas western and northern lanes ana tne Atlantic Ocean," passed April 15, 1817, will be paid off on tbe first day of July next, or at any time thereafter when demanded. Payment will be made at the Manhattan bank in the city of New - York, to the Hock holders residing in the southern district of this state and out of this state t and at tbe New - York state bank, in tbe city of Albany, to all other stock holders. It is required thai the certificates issued for tbe stock should be given up at the Lank where socti payments are made. The interest on the said stock will cease after tbe said first day of July nest. ARCH'D M'livTYRE,'C0DpirolIer. Dated Albany June 1, 181U. Je 9 t Jy 1 TO MASOJTS. y Pioposals will be received until the 15th inst. for digging out a cellar and building a stone foundation and a chimney to a house IS by 40 feet, on the 10th Avenue, between 61st and 62d street, four miles from the City - Hall. The bricks and stone are on the premises. Apply at No. 17 Wall - street je 9 5t VI ORK TO LET Iff Ji tWA U WA t . EL1A3 VALENTINE intending o relinquish the bookselling business, oflen to let the store 104 Broadway ; it is a first rate stand for a retail store. EI, IAS VALENTINE having taken Ms brother SAMUEL info partnership, the COPPERPLATE PRINTING business will in future be conducted under the firm of Elias ft Samuel Valentine. OlDce 34 Spruce, street. EL1A 9 VALENTINE, SAMUEL VALENTINE. Orders from any part of the union, executed with neatness aud despatch, and on the most reasonable terms. Je 9 Iw BOMHAZKT'J'S 10 bales of Rhodes Bonj. bazetts, handsomely assorted, just received by the Ana Maria from Liverpool, and for rale by LAVERTY, SHELTERS ft KINO, je l zw ho. ioj reari - sireci. Amentan Insurant Commmv. THE board of Directors have this day declared a Dividend of fifteen per cent, on tha Capital Stock, for tht last six months, payable on or after the first day of June next between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clec k. By order of the President and Directors, May 12, 1818. my 16 . - T.T1AYT, Pec'ry. - ALL orders received and.altended to for lay ing and repairing the Manhattan lead pipes and cigtenta or for siuk pipvt or lead pomps, bj BAMbEL eTARKEY, mv27 tf - No. 13Chatnbr - etr t Hi IE LEAD. 10 tons first quality Eog - lish White Lead in oil. in 112, 66, aad tSlb.kers Stout do do Dir. or sals T TUCKER ft LAURIE fl Boum - slre. THE KALEIDOSCOPE. ACnriots optical joy, VJivKnhrrh. which ex hi hits an tZ;,.:: .f b.L.lBUy coiorsd rignret, ,xved "d Tjojxs & HANNAT, . j, a 4t 240 t'esrt - atresjls V . t , . : i, . : i 4 I - tf. - ,

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