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II' i 1 LVOTOfRTiSlAGrORTilE ' THE ALBAHT A0l, IHt tB,Art Richard Riktr. Recorder. .'vlii.i S. MotchkiM & Stephen Uotthkist, fcpraia arr, and Thomas Morton, Aug. 8 - Aw Taylor and Inomns U. Goddard, July 18 - Pettf I ownseed, Aug. o "" .' . i Iraaklia Greene & SaroBtl VP. Green, Aug I William Baker, July II - . Tbotuai Silkworm, od Jolifl Le Roy, July 11 James Huntington, Aug 0 - t.nM(in Green, and Sonne IV. Green, Aut f Andrew Bjcne, flij" 'Alfred P. Edwards, July U , " Jesse Va hkklin, Jana 27 - Frra. Belden, July . Richsrd Gildersleve, Jaa30 Robert Nichols, July . v ; John Alexander, June 20 Augusts Baton, Jone30 ... . . Wm.Tbompwn, June la - "vAUmx counly - Btfort Phtlut S. farter, Re ctrder. in Albany. John G. Wbeelock, July 4 lfhaui L. Wilton, Jail 17 HearylOstrom, July 10 . Gilet Kellogg, Aug 6 - Bdrent Spoor, Joae SO " Aussel P. Coode, July 3 JUuke Gifford, June 19 - Btfort Eslt Hove, Esq, John Thompson, July 58 . , . , Maduon cvunly Btfort Peter Smith, first judgt tn Pcterboro ' Adam Coyer, July 85 ' ; William Spencer, Aug. 15 , Lockere Berry, Juua 27 . Charlei Adams, July 25 Wirtiam Pease, June 87 Richard G. Imeson, July 18 George Cowan, June 20 . Kter 11. Harrington, June S7 John Phelps, July 4 Simeon Southwick, July 4 ElishaCalkiat, June 27 - . direr Barker, Jane 27 Israel Oabora, June 20 Outgo County Befort Joseph While, first Judge in the town of Chary Valky. Spencer Esmond, July 85 ' Llisha Corning, June 80 " Samuel Griffin. Jut.e 16 Ciy of Tny Btfort WiUiam L. Marty, Esq Joshua U. Robbins, July 11 . Jacob Couse, Jane 27 - Joseph Cbamberlin, June 23 Thomas T F rancisco, June 20 Onondaga County Befure Jothua Formmjirtt Judgt in Onondaga. , K icholaa Millennan, July 14 , Jesse Johnson, July 14 ' William Hutchinson, Aug 14 Walter Lee, July 6 Michael B. Hutchins, Aut. 4 Jesse Johnson, and Peter Dygert, July 3 Ezi kiel Chauman.' Jul 2U Clieiter Ballard, und Nathan St John, July 10 llward Camp, June 10 John Welti. June 16 Wathmglon County Btfort A nlJumy I. Blanch t are, tn oaum. J jIwi M. Bliveo, and David L. Fowl, Jaly 8 Btfort H. C. Martxndalt. Joteoh Wicket. Aug 15 Gttusut county Btfort John II. Jontt, firt Judge, .. Iitttttter. Ptephw Mono, Juiy 24 Sitiel Sherwin, Aug 10 SitnCook, i ul y I Jacob Van Galder, jun. July 1 Jaiuef Cranton, July 6 Lemoa Copley, June 24 . hrael Webher, June 20 - Ata Bennett, Jane 15 Saratoga tovnlg Btfort Satnum Child, firtl Judex, in Grtmfietd. Abraham Duggan, and John Scott, July 20 J amen fnrtnde, and John Scott, July 13 Calvin Murry, June 19 Charlei Waterman, June 19 tl u&en Viry - bffort J. D. Monttt. 2ira TrowtirKlgr, July 24 Charlei G. Irith, Aug 12 John llui.t, Aug 6 Titoi H.Cran - Tel, July 3 David Colon, July 18 . ' John B. Hojebpom, June 19 Columbia Ctuut)ibtjore John I. Miller, Ej. Peter Yager. Aug 8 Peter Jacohie, July 6 - Henry P. Groat, July 18 Uodirev uarner, junezu Chenango county - BtfortObadtakUtman, - ?lfence, a large barn and other convenient out - tnAbriPirA. Arthur N.Deseng, Sept 3 Asa Mav, July iiO Join Hotkin, Jaly 11 t John W. Trass, Junn 23 Nicholas King June 23 Montgomery county Before A lexander Sheldon, tint Judge in Charleston. , Peter Brown and Jacob A. Flint, June 30 Amasa Dudley, Jane 27 ;ru6en county - Before Thomas MBurnry, fnt Judge, in Painted - Post. Ferm Robinson, July II - David Chace, Aug. 8 Walter Dickinson, Jane 89 ' Oneida county Before Morris 8. .Miller. William Porter, June 27 ' llotwrt Dyer, July 25 J us tin Cotlej, jun. July 1 1 . Befort Nathan Williams. George A. Bartlett, June 20 Natlihaiei n.ent, Juiy in Orange county Before .rathana. While, Aif uosnen. t.rS A. Trvnn. Anr I fi.,n. Pdn.ll. in a Jamet Walker, Aug ' Joel W'h'eler, iun. July 25 Rvnear Qn ickeuousk, July 3 Ananias White, and Peter A. MiUspaugh,! June 20 Hugh R. Coulter, June .0 Schoharie County, before M'm. Bethnan, Esq at Sharon, Joseph M'Oaniel, July 18 JiffersonCounlfi...Befort W.D. Ford. , John Young, July 7 IVrrington Wood, JoJyW Samuel Case, July 1 - Solomon Rich, July 19 ' - Btfort W. hobinson, Esq. 'WoodardSilsbey, July 6 Dutchess Counfy Before Juuul Emott, Esq. Henry Ptttit, Ju'j 1 Robert Oyer, June 29 ' Joseph Ogdtn, July 15 Walter Pugsley, June 20 Warttn County btfort Wm. Robardl. Milton Bostwick. Ja!v 18 Suffolk County beferr. T. Strong, Esq Phineas Whitson, June 30 e ,, r. it w a m Sutfiron ComJy, befon tt tlltcm A. Thompson, Eso. at Thomiismu Beaager Edwards, July 27 1 Bess C. Bowers, and John Marshall, Aug. 31 e'ranlchsi Counts, btforr Atbon Man, Esq. Robert Coeper, Aug 10 Ontario Countv. ms K'irknU. Henry W.worth, and Jamet Eitworth July 7 . . . ; aovtu tC atCanandaigua. Atsbel A. Hurd, July IU Jamet Stoddard. Jnlv 31 Jesse fenueld, June 47 Perry Kuweit, July tl Caleb Harrington, Juo 24 Clinton County, btfort Pliny Moore. Esa David PcUrt, June 29 . H Cayuga Countv, b'fort Judct M tiler. Dingenrst M'Kenzie, July 7 Richard Ben net. junr 2J Rkaard rhimer, Juae 29 ' JeredWeekK July 2 - Richard Burnet, June 23 . .Tiat thy Mother, July 14 Cmrtlandt County, befort Judgt Kttf. 1 With'am Morton, July 29 . Jcvr Brash, Jaly 6. - Qsseegt County befort Judgt Mooney. Isaac Cjolkins, June 2o ' UlstT County, Off judgt Elmaidorf. ' Joseph Steward, July 1 1 Zachariak Decker, July 7 I Contiliu Hoot Jane tti MJeary Sinanom, Jone 20 - - Biott Abraham Uiffvu, - i ' Ebeaser Etrickland, jua. July .. . Niagara, btfort Judgt Wilktnttm. . William A.Ruell, - July 11 Lutt Patterson, July 10 Btfort J - W. Movlltn, Etq, Ata P. Harria, July - Chatairue county, or fort Zltu Cashing, ZJq. Joho Keeoy, Avg . 25 - Jotepta H. Akin, Jaly 15 Nathan Catt, June 3 " , . - . Wttl - CKalt Cawtiy, ere Caleb Towykwt. John Travis, June 20 tuttnt County, btfort Cory Dunn. KicbaMtoa Reynold, June 15 Levit County befort Silat Slow, Jared Toupiag, July 23 Itaac M'Crea, Jaly 8 Richard Bradwar, Jane 27. Benjamin Rich, J uly 9 . kXingt county, beftrt Wm. Fonnan, Esq. John bchoonmaker, July 6 Herkimer County, btfort Nathan Sm - 'th. Abraham Snyder, J sue 27 Broome County, btfort judge Drake. William Cooper, Aag 15 Ata Smith, July 30 St. Lawrence County, befort Judge Ford. John Ttmmas, Aug 8 KtCtl Kimball, Aug. 15 Tutnam Btfort H. Garrison, Esq. Peter Beyen, July 17 , CURLED II A Hi MANUFACTORY, 76 Chatham - street. THE tubsniber returns his thanks to the public for their lormer patronage in the line of his profession, and hopes for their future tupport. He likewise informs them that he has ou haud a cooitanf supply of curled hair, manu factured expressly for matrasses, oa an improved principle ; and likewue runranterj the hair sold by him to be free from any impure smell, being well scoured, boiled ana bkrU, and buinz ma. iufactured by machinery, has an advantage over any other hair manufactured in America its very texture and elasticity making it a saving of iweuiy - nve per cent to trie purchaser. WILLIAM JAUKSO.N. N. B. Merchants and the trade in general will And it to their advantage to call as above. 30 bales ol hair in its rough state ; 6 bales of long horse - tails ; 2000 lbs of long hair drawn 30 inches, clubbed ; COO dozen hair sieve bottoms, For sale as above. my 5 2m TO LEASE OK FOR SALE, That elegant modern built house, situate at the corner of Sands and Washington streets, Brooklyn Its size is thirty - one teet front by filly feet deep, its rooms so arranged as to combine very convenience for a geutetl residence. It will be sold with two or more lots of ground, at the option of the purchaser. Terms, ooe fourth cash, the rest in such payments as will be most convenient to purchaser. Apply on the pre mises to C BALL, may 23 tf MAHOOANY riOFAS. t I'AIK A.D CABI NET r'l'KNITUKE, Mo. 49 BVEKM.1N STREET. rpHE subscriber bs leave to return Ins sin - . 1 cere thanks tn those lanies ami gentlemen who have been kind enough to honor him with their coinmanili, and to in'or m thta, and tlie admirers ol handsoruu furniture in general, that he hut on hand some very elegant sofas, cluiirs, card, peruhmke and extendiog patent dining ta ulet. grand sideboar dt inlaid with hieh polished ornamental brass - work and rose - wood, curd tables to match, Grecian couches, sofas, chaise lounge, music stools, chairs, tic. Also, a library stt - prh:iir, the utility of which be particularly recommends. All furniture warranted of the HmI qua'ity and workmanship, aud ol the newest European millions. Order executed to any ptirt of the union to any drawinz, on the most reasonable terms and punctuality for cash. Ladies or gentlerarc having fancy woods, may nave mem unnuiacturea to any arucie uiey wish, by applying as above, mv 30 2n, A. M. HAYWOOD. 'AH. 4.C. JIV i Ms I ar, aud 1 do Beeswax L an. mi and lor sale hv R. it C. W. DAVENPORTS CO. my 30 OH SAI., A house and farm on Throe's Neck, in the town and countv of Westchester, fourteen miles from New - York. The farm contains a. I An I. .....I.... I nr.l nf ...i.u'Lnt I - t. r i n irnnil buildinss, a eood house two stories hih, with four rooms on each floor, rleeantlv situated on the hanks of the st River ; tlie situation un commonly healthy ; the neighbourhood the most resDectable ; ahundaore ol iruit ol tlie iet selec tion ; scale and shell Dih in grei variety mitei. before the house. For further information apply to the subscriber on the premises. my 1 2m STEPHEN B. HOFFMAN. CITY CO.VMthClAL tCHOOL, 3 ROOSIVHT - BTRKKT, by Isaac f. ukagg. Late teacher of penmanship in the Adelphi school. rllUK apartments in this estahlubmrnt are IU - JL ted up with a superior degree of neatness. I be Young Ladies' Rom, completely dntiiiCt from the otters, it is believed will not merely i t i L , . . I .. I . . A .. ; 1 1 . ... I.. ... fouud commodious but rmiortable and et'gant A Drawing Master, of eminent qualifications (recently from London.) is engaged to give in struct ion in that oranch twice in the week. Hi clfitatit collection of specimens, in rare fliwert, velvet paintings, innrscaies, tie. will gladly m fiiiiiiiiku iu iu ii r iuay ne I'teawru m mil. - The terms wi I be very moderate, and the ex letlions to render landscape drawing, Ac. inter esting, by the preparation of iewt expressly for 'he school, and occasional practice irom ature with clear illustrations of th rules of perspett ive, ills believed will wmre encouragement In arithmetic, the piinripal is determined t spare no pains to suiport the high charactei which the rrcccl etamination of his pupils h.is given rts' to. The tacility with which complica ted run manors were periorroea uy many oi nn pupils, in Dip mind, without any aid to the me mury, hnvvvver it may have iniressed with the i - lea of" getting by rote," was the result of fre qtient practice alone, and proves that buys may he taught all the laciiuies which are commonly the resultoi long practice in counting houses, before they leave school. Application! for the admission of boys will be received on or after the 1st of June, agairitt which time it is intended to increase the acconi modations. my 26 I in Stale of.Yt ir York, it. IN pursuance of a decretal order of the honora - J ble the court of chancery of this state, bear tag date the filth day of June, 1818, will be told at public auction, ,at ue l onune s - Ure noose iptht city of N. York, under the dirw tmo of tin r, one of the masters of the salcout, oi. the 3d day of July next, at 12 o'clock at noon, all that certain dwelinc bouse and lot of ground situate, lying and being io the city tf New York, cood day of February, in the year of our Lord - ..... . . . and which in a certain indenture made tlie se one thousand eight hundred and nine, between Richard llartshorne, John 1 ilus, William Maria borne, Thomas Ustick, James Onderdonk, Mary Titus, Williasa Ustick, Jane llartshorne and Deborah OnderdonE, irf tlie urtt pari, and ru munrt Lloiendorf, of the tcood part, it den - ribed as follows, to wit : All tnnt .ertain ilwelliug house and lot of ground, situate, l)i and beinc in the second ward oi the city oi new lora. ana Known and dislmgushed ty the niinwier sixiy nine William street : which said lot is noumieu in front by William street, on the northwest tnu - ty the bouse and lot of emend now or lormeiiy the property of David Johnson, on the sixitheaif tine uy Uie liouse and lot now or forwent, ol I'clrr Rocart : containinsf in hrvnHlh in front ... . f .". . . a iT 10 'enty eight leel ; . tH.u ua iik sou in east side twenty one leel, io u ,weoly seven leel lour and U..II inchea. i the tame more or lets ; togetlicr ... ...I,., me nereoitamenis aad ap , . uv Kjue iM - Kogint: or in a - v 'PPwaaS DaUd New Yoie, June 9, P. G.HlLORETII.MarterinCUancery. Jc 9 dts ' been 5es. . & and in be V ses the dar ' iu t 1 I i AMERICAN A CADEMT OF j77 fWE THE Board of Directors give notice that the furlh exhibition of this Academy b open every dar from 9 iu the moraine till dusk. 1 hey further five notice that the gallery ol the Antique statues, is open tor too purpose ol study all those students desirous of the beoefit tbns anurded by the Academy in lnyiagthe foun dation of art, are requested to apply to the keep er, wn will inlorm them of the rules laid down on the by laws for their admission. The gallery is open for this purpose every day (Sunday excepted) from 6 to 9 in the morning, uutil further notice. By order, ALLTR. ROBERTSON, Sccr'y. June 8 Iw OFOH S.iLK, T4M beautiful and well cultivated coun try scat, situated oa llarlcem Heights, 8 miles "til v - bvi, in n quarter Ol a nine irnn Mauhattanville. It tonsitts of Iwtntv live am s of excellent land, an elegant house, bam, statikt, ice house, milk house, a house for the gardener arid oew fences, Aic tec. There is also a spring of never failing water; an abundance of excellent fruit of every description in full bearing, imported from Europe ata very great expense. The said country seat it on the border ol the Hudson ruver. every facility will be tiven as to pay meat. For further particulars aimlv to N. M. DELONGUKMARE, No. 1 Sloat lane, corner of Wru. street Je81w WHEAiO.VS ITCH OlMTMKAT. THE long and successful use of this ointment is a sullicient recommendation, ns it has found to be a pleasant, safe and certain re medy for that disagreeable disease in all its tin - it is lor tale in the city of New - work, iy A. ii W. R. Post, No. 41 William - street; 1. T. Clark, No. 85 Maiden - Lane ; H. H Scliiefftlin ti Co. No. 193 Pearl - street; Law - leoce U. Keete, No. 195 Pearl - ttreet ; Hull k Bowne, 146 Pearl - street ; K. Ac L. Murray, 313 Pearl - street ; J. M. Bradhurst, 314 Pearl - street ; John Penford, No. 4 Fletcher - street ; Duryee hi Poe, in Pearl - street; John C. Morrison, 1 lit Greenwich street; John P. Fisher, 106 Broadway ; Walter U Seaman, cornei of Chamber - tt. Broadway, and also in Chatham - street ; and short it may be procured at most of the Ihun stores in this city Also in Philadelphia, of S. Wrlberell A Sons ; George Hariell , North U llo gers, and almost all the druggists in the principal towns in the United States. LIKEWISE, WHO TON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may had at the above places. jan 22 6m VALUAbLE KLHL rn FOR SALE, IW THE ITT Or REW - TORK. IIVE lots of ground on the west sideofGretn - wich - street, between Vestry and Deshroi - - streets. 25 bv 80. Four do in the rear of the above, fronting on Uieeait sine or Washington - street, xo hy ltd. Fight do in the block below, between Washington and Wtst - streetr. Iu Montgomery County. 6000 acres ul' Land in Lawrence's purchase, near Fast Canada Creek, on the north side ol Mohawk. In Franklin County. 15,162 acres of Land, in the towns of Mount Morris aud Dayton. - In Essex County. 7832 acres of Land in the town of Carrymore. In the County of Lewis. 1250 acres of land in Casterland, Chassaiiii Purchase. In Saratoga County. 2600 acres iu Palmer's purchase. Enquire at the office of the subscriber, 3lCc - street. BEV. ROBINSON. mh 17 tf btHGt.N OKPilANa COURT. Ol tlie Term of March. 1818. Catharine Schuyler, Administratrix, tic. f ol John A. Schuyler Rule, under Statute. deceased. a HUE court order and direct, That Catharine .L Schuyler administratrix of the gowlt, chattels and credits o; John A. Schuyler, deceased. give public notice to the creditors oi the decedent to bring in tlwir claims and deuauds against the estate oi the said decedent, on or nerore tne hrst day of May, in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and nineteen, by potting up notices mui eueci in live ui uie iuosi puuuc piaici in the county ol Bergen, lor the space of two months, and advertising the tame for the like space ol time ia a newspaper printed and pub - iisnea in me state oi .m - w - Jersey, aooin a newspaper printed and published in the city of New - oik true transcript irom in recora. ap 2H 2m JOHN A. BOtD.Sur'gate. 8Ac OEK'S PA I EN I KAZOR STROP. Yt.u thai with to shave with ease, Buy or&ACKDKIU il you please ; His Razor Strop's, peculiar such, That sharps the Razor with a touch. GSAUNDERs reiperttullv solicits those . mho have not got his Patent K - ,z'.r Stiop. to lurnish themselves with hit new irvci.tfl H.i tor Strop, and Metallic Composition. No c tie man who once make trial of one cl the flr - T now oCe'ed, will evertry any uther;aiid suciu' their lormatiun, that ever to much use wi . not give the razors that rour.dnes wjiicli rentier, tSr tiesl ol them useless, auu w hich it wt il k:io n ai - ways to follow the aptilh ation ofallthove hithc - r ' . . . .1 al - i . I to mv - ntrd. tue in New York, and are ditinguithed from all other,. Bathers who have used them bay more in their praise than I can myself 18 Wall - slrei t. Alto for sale, Razors, Soap, aud every uten sil for Shaving, of the first quality, with a supe rior asroilmiDt ol I'erlumerv. Hair - rowdir.&c. from Smyth's, New bond street, London. H.st. it.e must liberal allowance made m dealers. my 22 FO LET,' The e'egat.t 3 story houie No. 7 Hud - soo street, whii h co. - jmamis a rlraiant viev. - ol tl.e Park and river. I'onc - moi. uiiiy be had in a few dtys. Alio I' r sa.e, the lurnitureotsaiil notice. It is of the t'e - t quality ; well htted, and suitable tu a genteel Umily. Apply as above. my 1 1 ti ELEGANT PIANO FOHTL. 103. WILSON, 14 Maiden l ane, has just re - I ceived by the Venus, a l:tre ussortnienl o. excellent I tuno t ones, l'atent I lute, Il.tpeo lets, Kc. manufdCturcd eit'r - !v tor bun hv de menti tl Co. London. Alio, piano Forte Stiings in sh(s, new inuic, and every article in the n.u sicul line ; instruments taken in exchange, nnd tuners providtU. n.v 2! tf MEDICAL A10. DKa Cl)Kv KI.L, who l member of the Corpora ana of burgeons ol London, a wbohas bad much expehene in the line or his profession : more than twenty years, hn lately arrived in this city, and l - eing well apprised of Hie rreat e It eeneiuily takes to introdix e a luedica'. gentleman into i practice in the comoioi. . 1 .. . n I. n . I V. i mnllin.1 tn Inliun. flu nublic. that he bat taken the situation. No. 278 WATER STREET, corner of I lover - street his door in Dover - street his name on the door lui sign, a aiortnr wliere he will be found ready to wait on tho that p'ease to apply for hit medical aid, in the tiir. rent branches ol surgery, ata uie practice nf Phvtic generally. A." also, in all cases of ioi potency, and a cer tain complaint, incident to both sex, ia which lis has had great, very great, iiertence inth cure of thousands, without one bouts detention Irom business, or change r met, or a pouib! discovery bvthe tmtit u li'oate friend. rvr - And in all cases ol confidence, tie rreat rsfteirecv will be stricUy observed. He ba no shopman, or any person in partnership with him - .. .. . . N. B. Attendance will be given to patients front MM - rtr until 9 o'clock it ibe evenuig. Je8 Ira PRIME BEIT. 2U0 barrels, for tale by X UMEllLLUvi Oi rLIUU.V, Je 9 67 South stmt. VIA s 5 4 ta, in the in and to hv All the of day w and Tut to un POST COACH o STRAW - BOAT jUNES, J f OH PHILADELPHIA. rOWLE - HOOK ftXUSAI ETHTOWH FOIET - (Through in One Day.). ANEW Line of Post Coacbea with every convenience for passengers and baggage, on Springs. The Pott Coach wiM start from the Coach office, No. 1 Courtland - ttreet, near Broadway, N. York, every morning, (Sundays excepted) at o'clock, by way ol Newark, Elizabethtown, Brunswick. Princtton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the same afternoon, at o'clock. - . A second Line of new Post Coaches will start from New - York every morning, (Sundays excepted,) at 10 o'clock in the Steam Boat Atnlan - lodge at Trrnton, and arrive at Philadelphia, a Steam Boat, next morning at 10 o'clock. Fare 5 dollars. P. S. Passengers are requested to call and take their seats at the office No. 1 Courtla'bdt - street, New - Youc. United States Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, llallimo're and Washington City, with every convenience, for passengers and baggage, on springs. The U. S. mail coach will start Irom coacholhce, No. 1 Coiirtlandt - st. New - York, every tiny at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only 6 passengers admittedv or seats in the above named Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old estauhshed Coach, and Steam Boat office, No. 1 Court - laudt - stieet, near the corner ol Sroadway, New - York ; or to A. T.GOODRICH & CO. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - ttreet, New - York. frT - AII eoods and bacsage at the risk of the owner. Sfr. JOSEPH LYON, SONS bi CO. N B Expresses sent to any part of the Coi ,by THOMAS WHITFIELD. ni the con - tinent. v 30 sVMFl - SURE MAIL COACHES, ron rniLADF.LruiA, Leave New - orK eve - v moiniiu: (Sunday'sex pCepUd) at Uo'clork, and ar rive in 1 lulaaoipina nexi tu dinner The publick houses are good, and reasonable their charges. The drivers, horses and coat lies are not interior to any others now running le - twecn these two cities. The beautiful country, tlie excellence of the roads on this rout, connected with the safetv. comfort, and reasonable expencet. are beleived to be stroni inducements travellers in giving this line a decided prefer ence. The strictest attention will be observed the nronrietors in civin; eeneral satisfaction. br.ggage and packages will go at the risk of owner unless insured ana receipiea ur oy uie cltrk of said office. Stage fare only $5, with a generous allowance baggage. Parties wishing to travel at their leisure, may engage 'the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, hy applying one previous to starting. For teats apply at Northern Hotel, No. 79 Courliaudt - street, New - York. LYON, SONS, A CO. ap 2 Proprietors. NOTICE. For the further accommo dation of the ptii lie, the departure of the Fin fly from New - York nnd Newburgh ill be in luture on the following da s : Leave New Yolk on Monday, Wednesday Saturday, at 9 A.M. Leave Newburgh ou sdtiy. Friday mid Sunday at 8 A. M. The above arrangement will commence by the Fireii leaving Newburgh ou Sunday, the 24th .May. '1 he Western Stage leaves Newburgh immediately after the at rival ol the Firefly. mv 12 NOTICE. iVt - Steam Boat Olive Brabch will sail even Sunday, at 1 1 o'clock round Matcu Hand, and occasion ally, il tin - vviiiJ and tide will permit, to the hook TliisneButiluls.nl will rontritiute notn health and pleasure, and it as cheap a recreation ns can be found. Parties who mean to partake of this amusement will, if convenient, cive in their names th. - tijy preceding, at the office in MarUetfield street, north side ol the Bat tery. Dinner on board, at the usual prices. Passage fit children bwlf price. my 13tf FOR SALF., Leasehold Property, more valuable than rent Estate. I hat pleasant situated l louse aua Acadeiuv No. 39 While - street, between Broadway and Church - street, tliirty yeart of. Uie Lease - expirtd ; all improvements to be paid for, by valuation at the expiration ol the term Ground Kent thirtv pounds per annum, for psr'iculars enquire of George Pick, Cornelia - street, Gn en with. JeJtf TO LLP, A three - story brick house, opposite the I'uane, and next to the corner of Hud - e - ou - s'.reet. Enquire at No. 2 Greenwich - street. mv 7 Tn hm mat tt Hi miAi a - mWiatl. At the Tontine t: - ff, - e House, on Tues day, the 16th June, at 12 o'cloi k, th following estate of Jacobus Verveelcn, deceased, to close the concern : The two story brick Trent house acu fotnf round No. 22 Walker street. 1 he hoti - e is 2i feet wide hy about 38 deep, and well calculated to accommodate aluiniiy. 1 lie lot is by luu feet ALSO. 3 lots of ground, on the easterly tide f Thompson street, between urand and Broome ree't ; eacn l.oi is i'3 ten wioe ana ajaeep. bey have lately been uileii witn earth. ARTHUR SMITr,) p ARTHUR SMITI', G.N.BLEECKER;F - ,ecut0, J2 121 THE FINE ARTS. A MONGST the present numerous exhibitions fV of t hit city. M. PAFFUitten himself that the. lovers of genuine works "1 old mister, will ml his li SLIN KY Ur tM I INUS, tio.ti) Wall street, w rlhy their altenti.m, and preent - ing them at tlie smullesl expeuse with the most xti. - nsive c aiilication. N. B. Old paintings repaired nnd restored to their oiigin. I lustre, or purchased al their utmost va;oe. , my s ti AcorrgT art SHpply o! la dies Beaver Hate, frethfrom the ma - nulactoiy, iui'H - ble lort. - . em market, and fucked ( ut the l.ortcit' notice, at j WILSON'?, 160 Broadway. may 27 i ANOEUSO.V, at bis manufactory, 5". Mai ,1 . den lane, has on hand a fine assortment ; SPECTACLES, in gol.l. silver, plated, gill, steel and tortoise shell irarnes, tvith convex, c - i - cave, or green eyes. ptdilet, s - g - les fe weaa eyes,oiera, reading ant niagnit)! - . z'.'.ts rye gltts set with eoid or silve f - r the sliort sighted, botanical glasses, linen proven, sn speetacle caset lb a variety. J. A continue! to manui.tcture Canes in ercr - s.triety, and hat on hand a v ry elegant ast u ' mem ot sworn ana otner sJanet, mouoted to u - every taste, wholesale aad retail ducouotliU - i a to wb - ilesa'e dealt:rs OCT CANES and SPECTACLES mude an repaired to order new sUtct lilted lu o' fraiie. and every atlculioo paid to those srh apply for cpecUclei. tuy A) lu GS5 tasggssggfrs I sT in in JJiJE SOVAD ZTEAMBOAT - LLXK. ' " 1 he proprietor, with a vi?w of accoBiuiodutine; tl public, by extending tlie line ft, i - J" ixorwicii, intend inuxii! the experiment with the Fulton, Capt. Law, and this route (if fouud practicable) will be continued during the season. The line will in future be from New - York to Norwich, at follows: The Connecticut, Capt. Banker, will leave New - York every Monday, Wednesday and F ndny, at 8 o'clock, in the morning, lor New - Haven. The Fulton, Capt. Law, will leave Norwich at 6 o'clock in the morning of Uie same days, touch at Ntw - Lviulvn and depart from thence for Nao - Haren ut U o'clock. Tlie boats will meet at New Hai tn, and depart from thence every Monday, If'tdnts - day and Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening the Connecticut for Ntur - York, and the Ftilton for New - London and Noiinth. mh 17 . STEAM BOAT NAUTILUS. Tlie steam boat NAUTILUS will lierrafter run as follows, except on Sun days. LEAVE NEW - YORK, . At 5 o'clock in Uie forenoon, 8 do do 11 do do 2 o'clock in tlie afternoon. 5 dp do ' LEAVE STATE! ISLAM), At 1 - 2 past 6 iu the forenoon, 1 - 2 past 9 do 1 - 2 past 12 in the afternoon 3 o'clock do 1 - 2 past 6 do OS SriVDATS LEAVE KKW - IORIT, At. 5 o'clock in the morning, 10 " do do - 1 o'clock in Uie afternoon, . 4 do do LEAVF 8TATF.W ISLAND, At II o'clock in the forenoon, 1 - 2 past 1 1 o'clock do 1 - 2 past 2 o'clock in the afternoon', 7 o'clock do Passengers to the Narrows nnd Bath will, for the present, be taken down on Sunday morning, the 5 o'clock boat, and be called lor about half past 5 o'clock in the evening. The fare to Staten Ulaud will be 25 rents, nnd to Bath and the Nar rows, 50 cents. Children hall price. I he NAU I ILLS isanew hout of great speed fine order, with good accommodations ; and is lr pcllcd on the Liviiigstm aud Fulton plan. On account of the pleasantness ol her tour, the advantage of Sea bathing nt the places she vis its, me v uritiy and beauty oi the prospects they ah'ord, the cheapness of Uie fare, and the excellence of the reireshments and accommodations on hoard, excursions in the Nautilus lor pleasure or business, will be found expeditious, agreeable and healthful. As she is titled for the transportation of Horses nnd Carriages, and the wharves and floats nt New - YorK, Staten - lsland and the llorse - boat Kerry at the Blazing Star, prepared for safe and commodious embarking and landing travellers in the Post Chaises, or in private i ar - riaget bttweeu New - York and Philadelphia, Trenton, Princeton, New Brunswick, or Wood - bridge, will Mod the route by the Nautilus and the Turnpikes' across Staten - lsland to New - Brunswick, the shortest, cheapest and must pleasant that can be selected. JUitx ikrUKt:si, Captain. Stnlen - Island, 2?th .May, 1818. my i9 Ira iNawucmoh and t am asjdaii.ua mail - si auk - TBREB TIMES A WEEK. EAVES Newburgh eve ry Sunday, 1 uesday, and 1'hursday mornings, at three o'clock., runs (brutish Moiitgotni ry, Bloonfingburgh, Monticello, by While Lake, Coshecton, Mount Pleasant, Great Bend, Chenango Point, Owcga, lthica, and Ge neva, tc - Canaudiugua. Uetui - ntng lem es Canandaigua every Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings at three o'clock, and arrives at Newburgh, the Uiird day in lime to take tlie Steam - boats which arrive in New - Yoik the following morninj may be tr petted that at all limes v hen the steam boats alter their days of running, that this hue leili alter so as to meet them. The whole route will be perfumed in Uiree days, from' the fiivjt of May, until the first of Novemberand from the nrst ot November until the fifteenth of December, and from Uie fifteenth of March until the first of May, in four days and from Uie 15th December, until the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to CananUaigua in four days. Passengers travelling from New - iork to Canaudaigua, Nistrara or Buffalo, can lea e N Y'ork in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Cahamlaigtia in three days a distance of Uiree hundred miles. I lie line is well turnihed with trood. new carriages; good horses, and careful and experienced drivers Every alter tion w ill be paid to render the passage ot the traveller safe, easy and expeditious ; and it u believed that Uie accommodations on tins line are equal to any line in Uie state. JT FARE from NewburgJt to Canandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. B. A b anch of the same line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. AUo, a line runs from Owego Tioga Point thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to BaUi, . BAGGAGE, as usual, at Uie risk of the owners. David Godfrey, Bloomingburgh,' V C St. John. Mount t'ieasant. L. & R. Manning, Chenango, iProprie - Luther t.ere, lthica, I tors Samuel (Jretnliff, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Lansing, mh 14 dGm NORTH RIVER STEAM - BOATS. frt - OnUie llth of May, Uie Boatt will commence running four timet a week as follows : A Boat wnl leave New - Yoik on Tuesday, at 9 A. M ; Wednesday, at 5 P. M. ; Friday, at 9 A. - 1. and Saturday, at & f. !1. ol each week and a boat will leave Albany on Monday. Wed nesdav, Thursday, nnd Saturday, at 9 A. M. The above axtaucnicnt will commence by the Chancellor's leaving Albany on Monday, the llth May, at 9 A. M. and the Richmond having New lorlton 1 uesday, the lvth at a A.M. Tue Fire - Fly leaves New - York on Tuesday Thursday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. for New burgh, and returns on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8 A. M. niy 2 II ANN'S AN I I - BILt :l'S PILLS. J HICH liavelieen attemleil with a dfgrci V X W tncceti highly grateful to tlie itivei.l - ot'i ft elir.gs in se.vei al par's of tlie West Indies, and the Southern and Middle States, particularly in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Ac. The operation ol these pil l arep - nectly mild, so a to be used by ptrons in every situation and of every age. They are excellently adapted to carry of su - perllius biie, and prevent iis morbid tecretions ; to restore and amttid the appetite ; to produce a lee ers;irdtion, and H ereby prevent cold1 vhich are oilen of fatal conieguerce A dose .ever fails to remove a cold, iftt - kenon its first p;eBrance. They are an inlaihh'e pteverilivi ji Bilious vmf Malignant Fever, and should hi - roc red for ue, by every seaman and traveller, frepitrrd ai d ild at LEK'S Medicine Store, No d Maiden Lane. Druggists and country store keppcts supplied on liberal terms. mv 16 lANTKU to lure, a white woman, to do V T the Cooking and II mse wxm k of a small umily. Apply at No. 6 IV Arren street, inv 28 ZD LET. A dry Cellar, un - ler the hone No. 29 npe - sirvct. Enquire of MR. SMEUES, mylltf PJ1 P.arl street iitMrmT" it to of a er a A slisarElBg patlie knew how ta t. ? DWT0Rri0ItNE,forocr.. of lbs city of Uudon, aa' member of the faculty of pivv. and surgery there, rfeomi it fi - 'jl tjr to rcpea someooseryatioa, tb abuse of MERCURY. J j iui:ume, ana onotttli. Cd use thereof, t - as bee. ,r7,dut, live of mCnite fliiKhief. Tiioa. ..uaoj mervuriaiired out or ex l. ence.. The dilate we have in view owe, iuff. MresulUcJueflytoUiissonrce. "WhatarirV that tLyoung man, the hopes of his country,,?.! dailmg of hi, parents, shotld be snte&d a! way from a'J the prospects and enjoyments ehA by tlie consequences of one angaaried mmml and by a diae not in iu own nature fatal ,BJ which only proves so from neglect or irnpron,. reatmeut." A geo lemar, (late Dr. Ts S.I tieot) now perfectly hearty and well, had Uca under physicians of genem practice, six ve7. an.) repeatedly talivat. d ; when ncoL - .uienllft !: ur. n. f ny a gwitlemaa of this city) hi, bo,.:: were canous, and hit flesh dropmne from L hit friends declared he could not possibly surv wo inomns longer, i oousancii expenmcntal It know with what ease and swetyfcr. H er,,.'" cates the severest cases, and condnus the coilsii tution. The Doctor's flan (advertising) h il' cessary to guard tienublic against tlie auol. V, n.ercury, and other fatal delusions, held foith Persons, therefore, having contracted a pri vate disorder, or tusoectin' latent admonished not to tamper with their coaltits tion, or conceal the disorder, till past recoil, ry ; others huviug Uie remains of an old casT or other impurities of the blood, asweUaiouT; er complaints of a delicate nature, in eill sex. should remeniber posterity, and do iuttiri to their consciences, by niaking am, Dr. II. at his old and rnnH - lnU .. ." t lishment, No. 64 Water - street, four bouse, .. Old - slip, to obtain that prompt assisUnre . lone calculated to prevent disclosure. A. i let me claim your serious auention RJr ! superfkial cure is no currat all! n!... r.L sines. is radically done, you Mill certainly he disorder break out again tvith redooh,H tirniiy. at some raiure p nod ; perhaps iien will he loo late for remedy. Don't you o7tt - .r he streets u,iserahie, mutilated being,, witWt ivea a bit of nce on their face ! r - '&JZ"1?1 beseech you. " """ - Es ur. iis. character ror slr.i'1 and stubborn tm n .y ben universally known in it.;. n.T - m04,cuurantee to pa - Jenls that delicacy and tl aecyhitheito uoKutwn, and having confined i,;. practice lor years pnst, exclusively to the cure ol diseases ol the blood syitsm. they may safely caj. culate on the molt decided advantage, in cos. suiting Dr. II. Gleet, eradicated in tws or three tmVi tricturtt removed without housiet nr !, itistrument ; aud all debilities ; likewise all old ulcerations, fistula's A.c. A plurality of othces are provided, and to sitt atcd tliat patients are not txpt veil toeach other', uBLTvuuon. vptn ini nan f ast v ia the evening. All persons concerned are invited to h twill ailing, aiidppfakingwilhDr.il. which is irt. icnsu naa uere tn irocior cannot avoid tbt xpreision of crntitnde for innumerable rnrnn. mendations, and for the decided preference fit is presumed wunjusi cause; long givto Una by a judicious imliliv. N . B. All letters must be pott paid, Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 U NLlTUElt QUACKERY. NOR IMPUSl - DR. EVANS' tuperiot method ofcarinarer tain Disease, is sow universally ar.knowled.red in this city ; his mode of treatment is perfectly mild. safe, ei - nemuous. and hit charii icinwiflmc, m every il tauce he warrar.t, a cure, wd will return the riav if ha does not perform agreeable to contract. . ' I k . a I i - i . . I I ,u.M.v bIb... .L. llere are many ersons in this city and itt y4 - ciiiity, laboring under various chronic diseases, such at cancers, Id inveterate ulcers, scrofula or kings evil, bstuias, diseases or the aretnis, bladder and knlniet, old complicated complaints of a certain nature, tqiioa, and other obstrac - tiont, rlieumatism, Ac. which tt y consider inca hrnita.lt i tm urtreons and Physicians in the world, ud made those obstinate diseases his constant atudy for 30 years. Oct 12 rrp The subscriber baying recently returnea from England with an important improvement oa the artificial sprin; LEG, ha taket this tnelboa of informing his friends and the public, that all those who are to unfortunate as to be In want tf leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by ap plying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. Jan 22 ' WM. run vis. NEW DttESSINQ ROOM. FRUMENTO, No. 1 Wnll - streeLjust re - A . turned from Italy, has the honour to iaiorm the gentlemen, th;.t he cuts and dieuet hair ia the latest sty le, and in a niariier to at to adopt it totlic phisingnoniy. He bat for sale a qaanU - ty of RAZORS of the first quality, if they do not please on trial, the purchasers aie at noenj to return them, and receive the money. He hsi likewise procured a very fine hone, and enrvge to restore rasots to a very kecaedge and sbotild they not cut he will receive oo recompense - ; Those genilemen who may please to bonoraua with their patronage, may depend on Uie no' particular and respectful attendance. ' Frum - nto has just received a few setts tl II celebrated Manguim Falte Back Raxor' warranted of Damascus steel of a tuerior quality. Amatrnrt may shave themselves luxuriously N. H. Gentlemen whotubscribe byiheqM ter will have their raxors, Ac. kept excluurtiy for themselv es. . P. S. A good journeyman wanted. . flr" a above.. mbb" 4 7 DUBoli, Vet reave toiniUimbPbl'' VV . that he hiis.ii.st received, per brigj - wf! chos, and ship Gerge, from london, a enersi iMortnimt of arlirlesiin the musical line, t"?101 wicls are some very elegant small Piano - Fortes, a!id a iiarticulail; elegant rote - wood grand caw net Piano Forte. . i Also tle new invented Metronome orpMew e!l time beafer, with a larse assortment ofnej' Music, which be oflert for sale vrholetale orrx - 'ail, on the must reasonable terms, uy 8 .. . NEW - YORK t PRINTED AND PUBLISHED . MICH A Ef. BURNHAM k CO. 49 Willi AM - gTaBET - orromB tb Bane CorrEE - Hocsa. mm. MriI3SP3 1 rable, Uiey can cenuuir m cuira im general! hy applying atDr. EV ANS'S Medical Store. No, y. Peck - slip, having practised in exuW, In Europe 12 years, under tome of tu Vi A

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